William & Mary Theater Department programs for The Stronger Woman (1953), Hamlet (1954), Twelfth Night (1955), Antigone (1955), Home is Tomorrow (1956), and three undated programs: William & Mary's Backdrop Club's Be My Guest, Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary's She Stoops to Conquer, and the National Theatre's The Confidential Clerk.
Includes three programs from the 1956 William & Mary graduation ceremony and a newspaper clipping about Lou Biggs, William & Mary's Coed of the Week.
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David W. Ferriday was a member of the William & Mary class of 1956.
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