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T. Earl Pardoe Collection

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Pertenece a: Digital Collections at Brigham Young University  

Descripción: Thomas Earl Pardoe was born in Ogden, Utah on Feb. 24, 1885. After graduating with honors from high school in Ogden in 1903, he attended Leland Powers Dramatic School in Boston where he graduated in 1913. His training there was interrupted when he served his mission in the Eastern States (1911-1913). T. Earl Pardoe then became associated with several opera companies and dramatic groups in California, Utah, and Boston. In 1914 he opened his own drama studio in Ogden. On June 3, 1914 he married one of his drama students, Kathryn Bassett. Founder of the BYU Speech Department he was president of the Utah Speech Association, the Rocky Mountain Forensic League, and the Western Speech Association. He engineered the first radio broadcast from BYU. The Pardoe Theatre in the Fine Arts Building on BYU campus was named in honor of T. Earl and Kathryn Pardoe. The collection consists of personal correspondence, programs and clippings of dramatic activities in Ogden, Salt Lake City, and California, manuscripts of some of the books he has authored are included as well as notes dealing with the subject matter of his books, and alumni activity programs. Also included are correspondence of the alumni association with missionaries and servicemen. Several albums of photos and postcards with photos of Europe, missions, and play scenes are also included in the collection. With the collection is also included a box of Trophies adn Plaques from the organizations with which he was associated. Thomas Earl Pardoe was born in Ogden, Utah on Feb. 24, 1885. After graduating with honors from high school in Ogden in 1903, he attended Leland Powers Dramatic School in Boston where he graduated in 1913. His training there was interrupted when he served his mission in the Eastern States (1911-1913). T. Earl Pardoe then became associated with several opera companies and dramatic groups in California, Utah, and Boston. In 1914 he opened his own drama studio in Ogden. On June 3, 1914 he married one of his drama students, Kathryn Bassett. After spending three years (1915-1918) as the head of the Department of Dramatic Art and Pubilc Speaking at Weber College, T. Earl Pardoe cam to BYU in 1920 as a tennis coach, and also received his A.B. from BYU in 1925. He received his M.A. from the University of Southern California in 1931, while there he directed the Long Beach Little Theatre. In 1937 he received his Ph.D. in Speech from Louisiana State University.Thomas Earl Pardoe then returned to BYU and continued his tradition of service and accomplishments. He founded the BYU Speech Department. He was also president of the Utah Speech Association, the Rocky Mountain Forensic League, the Western Speech Association, and the Utah Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Throughout his life he directed over 500 plays and operas, and was well known country-wide on stage, radio, and academic circles. He was given chief responsibility of the BYU Alumni Association from 1952-1971 and did much to promote strong Alumni-University relations. Thomas Earl Pardoe served a second mission (1954-1955) in the New England States Mission. The collection consists of personal correspondence, programs and clippings of dramatic activities in Ogden, Salt Lake City, and California, manuscripts of some of the books he has authored are included as well as notes dealing with the subject matter of his books, and alumni activity programs. Also included are correspondence of the alumni association with missionaries and servicemen. Several albums of photos and postcards with photos of Europe, missions, and play scenes are also included in the collection. With the collection is also included a box of Trophies adn Plaques from the organizations with which he was associated.

Autor(es): Pardoe, T. Earl, 1885 -  1971 - 

Id.: 45408586

Versión: 1.0

Estado: Final

Tipo:  27 Boxes (13.5 linear feet) - 

Palabras claveBrigham Young University -  Brigham Young University. Alumni Association -  Mormon Church -  Missions -  Eastern states -  Rotary Club - 

Tipo de recurso: Books; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Sketches  - 

Tipo de Interactividad: Expositivo

Nivel de Interactividad: muy bajo

Audiencia: Estudiante  -  Profesor  -  Autor  - 

Estructura: Atomic

Coste: no

Copyright: sí

: Open for public use. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.Permission to publish material from T. Earl Pardoe Collection must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the Special Collections Board of Curators.

Formatos:  27 Boxes (13.5 linear feet) - 

Requerimientos técnicos:  Browser: Any - 

Fecha de contribución: 07-jul-2009

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Localización:
* UA 557


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