Other related resources


Other related resources


This collection consists of item records that link to, and cite, resources outside of the Moakley Archive's collections that have been included here for use in Suffolk University student exhibits.

Collection Items

Suffolk Law School Class Profiles and Biographies 1909-1929
In 2006, the Moakley Archive completed a research project to find out more about Suffolk University Law School’s earliest graduates. This guide includes information about the classes and biographical information about a selection of graduates…

Friederich Schoeneman's 1933 Lecture at Ford Hall Forum, Why I believe in the Hitler Government, transcript and poster
These items relate to a Ford Hall Forum lecture by Friederich Schoenemann and the controversy surrounding it. Digital copies provided by a patron.

Feburary 15, 2015. Midnight Shift. SUPD Mobile 101 on patrol after the receiving the record snow fall in January.

Professor Wesley Savick directs students in Car Talk: The Musical, undated
Professional and Suffolk Theatre Department performances are among the offerings at the new Modern Theatre. Here Professor Wesley Savick directs students in Car Talk: The Musical. The musical comedy, inspired by the National Public Radio show, was…

Early film camera developed by Thomas Edison
This early film camera was developed by Thomas Edison, whose invention of the Kinetoscope and the Vitascope led to the first silent motion pictures.

1947 U.S. postage stamp featuring Thomas Edison
Thomas Edison experimented with the transmission of vocal sounds and images while living in the Boston area. The great inventor was commemorated in a U.S. postage stamp

Poster advertising The Jazz Singer, undated
The Jazz Singer was a groundbreaking movie that incorporated spoken dialogue into film.

Sun Ra performs at the opening of a Modern/Mayflower Theatre
Sun Ra was the opening act for a re-imagined Modern/Mayflower Theatre, which featured live entertainment after the movie business declined. However, that venture was short-lived. The theater closed in 1981 and fell into disrepair.
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