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Collection Number: 04124

Collection Title: Frederick H. Koch Papers, 1893-1979.

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Size 14.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 2700 items)
Abstract Professor of dramatic literature at the University of North Dakota and University of North Carolina; founder and director of the Carolina Playmakers. Correspondence, writings, photographs, and other material documenting the life of Frederick Henry Koch from his years as an undergraduate at Ohio Wesleyan University until his death. The bulk of the collection, particularly the correspondence, deals with his personal and family life. Especially notable is a series of long letters, circa 1897- 1917, to Koch from his father, August Wilhelm Koch, concerning family matters and life in Peoria, Ill. Correspondence after 1944 is chiefly addressed to Koch's niece, Adeline Denham McCall, and documents the lives of Koch's wife, Jean Hanigan Koch, and four sons after his death. Also included are personal and professional correspondence with literary agents, publishers, other dramatists, and University of North Carolina faculty and officers; newspaper articles and pamphlets Koch wrote about the theater; notes about play production; some information about Koch's involvement with the American Pageant Association; class-records from the University of North Carolina; and diaries from Koch's student years. The activities of the Carolina Playmakers are primarily represented by photographs and copies of prompt books for plays written by students.
Creator Koch, Frederick H. (Frederick Henry), 1877-1944.
Language English
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Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Frederick H. Koch Papers #4124, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Thomas B. Koch of Burnsville, North Carolina, in March 1977, the Department of Dramatic Arts, UNC-CH, in May 1979, and the estate of Adeline Denham McCall in July 1989.
Sensitive Materials Statement
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[This note is from the sketch of Koch written by Samuel Selden for the Dictionary of North Carolina Biography (vol. 3, p. 381). A family chart produced by the compilers of this inventory follows.]

"Frederick Henry Koch, 12 September 1877-16 August 1944, was born in Covington, Kentucky, in a family of nine boys and one girl. His father, August William Koch, was of German ancestry; his mother, Rebecca Cornelia Julian Koch, came from French stock. August, an accountant and cashier in the Etna Life Insurance Company, was a freehand artist and inventor. His imaginative bent showed up in his children: three of his sons became architects, the daughter a singer. From his father, Frederick obtained creative talents, from his mother a playful disposition."

"Koch grew up in Illinois. He attended Peoria High School and Caterals Methodist College, then Ohio Wesleyan, from which he was graduated with the A.B. degree in 1900. Wishing passionately to become an actor, he spent some time at the Emerson School of Oratory in Boston, but when his family frowned on his histrionic ambition, Koch enrolled at Harvard to study English literature. Unable to stifle completely his thespian urge, however, he traveled around the countryside giving readings of Shakespeare. He was awarded the M.A. degree in 1909."

"At Harvard Koch fell under the dramatic influence of George Pierce Baker who was, at the time, stirring a group of young men and women to write plays on native American subjects. After graduation, Koch took an extended trip to Greece, North Africa, Syria, Egypt, and Palestine. At Athens he met an Irish-American girl, Loretta Jean Hanigan, whom he married in 1910. They had four sons: Frederick, George, Robert, and William. From 1905 to 1918 Koch taught English at the University of North Dakota where, besides conducting courses in literature, he founded the Dakota Playmakers. The Playmakers produced one-act plays on the life of the state, written by students. The plays were trouped around North Dakota and presented to schools and communities, some of which had never before seen a dramatic performance."

"Informed of the singularly productive work being done by Professor Koch in the Midwest, President Edward Kidder Graham of The University of North Carolina wished to develop similar creative activity at his institution. In 1918 he wrote to Koch and persuaded him to come to the Southeast. In Chapel Hill, Koch taught dramatic literature and playwriting for twenty-six years. Young men and women from every section of the state came to work with him, and they were soon joined by students from other states, then from abroad; Canada, England, Germany, Egypt, Korea, Japan, the Philippines, Mexico, Chile, and elsewhere. Among the dramatists, novelists, and short-story writers (authors, who were inspired and guided in one way or another by the lively theater man from the Midwest) were Thomas Wolfe, Paul Green, Betty Smith, Jonathan Daniels, Noel Houston, Joseph Mitchell, Frances Gray Patton, Bernice Kelly Harris, Le Gette Blythe, Howard Richardson, and Josefina Niggli."

"To provide a means for his authors to see their work in performances, Koch organized a producing group, the Carolina Playmakers, modeled on the Playmakers of North Dakota. Many of the actors, directors, dancers, and designers who received instruction at The University of North Carolina later entered the professional world of the stage, motion pictures, and television. The university group--again following the example of the Dakota students--trouped their plays all over North Carolina, and extended their tours to such far-off places as New York, Boston, Dallas, and St. Louis."

"With the help of the University Extension Department and its associates, Koch established a Bureau of Community Drama, with a field secretary, which developed dramatic centers in other parts of the state. The productions of high school, college, and community groups were brought yearly to the university in Chapel Hill where they were staged in a spring Festival. Thirty years after Koch's death, the yearly Festival was still being held."

"Selected student-written plays were published by Koch in five volumes: Carolina Folk Plays (in four series) and American Folk Plays. He sponsored single authors' works in Alabama Folk Plays, by Kate Porter Lewis; Folk Plays of Eastern Carolina, by Bernice Kelly Harris; and Mexican Folk Plays, by Josefina Niggli. Some of Miss Niggli's short stories were combined and produced as a motion picture, Sombrero. Outdoor historical plays, inspired by Koch and written by Paul Green and Kermit Hunter, were produced and published."

"Koch used the term 'folk play' in the sense of the German 'volk' (common people), thus describing his employment of the word: The term 'folk,' as we use it, has nothing to do with the folk play of medieval times. But rather is it concerned with folk subject matter: with the legends, superstitions, customs, environmental differences, and the vernacular of the common people. For the most part they are realistic and human; sometimes they are imaginative and poetic." The early plays of Eugene O'Neill and Paul Green, Koch regarded as folk plays; the dramas of such writers as Bernard Shaw and John Von Druten were not.

"A man of remarkable energy and enthusiasm, Koch remained active until the time of his death. He was buried in the old Chapel Hill Cemetery."

HANIGAN AND KOCH FAMILIES

Frank Hanigan - ?(b. 5/3/1849- d. 2/?/1910)

William J. (d. 1911) + Nell ?

Edna + W. R. ("Roy") Thompson

Bradley (b. circa 1900)

Leo + Bertha ?

Benneth (b. 1913)

Tom (b. 1915)

Helene + (1) Denham ?

Adeline + Fred McCall

+ (2) George S. McKay

Loretta Jean + Frederick Henry Koch

Frederick H., Jr. + Edna ?

Frederick K., III "Ricky" + Valerie ?

Thomas ("Tommy") + Sue ?

Thommy

Billy

Chris

George Julian (b. circa 1913) + Betty ?

Barbara + Terry ?

Robert (b. 1920)

William + Dorothy ("Dot") ?

Jean

Tricia + Bob Margolis

Michelle

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This collection documents the adult life of Frederick Henry Koch from his years as an undergraduate at Ohio Wesleyan University until his death in 1944. The bulk of the collection, particularly the correspondence, deals with his personal and family life.

Koch's professional life is documented through newspaper articles and copies of published versions of pamphlets he wrote about the theater. Some information is included on his involvement with the American Pageant Association and his contacts with publishers. The activities of the Carolina Playmakers are primarily represented by photographs and copies of prompt books for plays written by students.

The correspondence after 1944 is chiefly addressed to Koch's niece Adeline Denham McCall and documents the lives of Koch's wife and four sons after his death.

See the series descriptions for further details on contents and folder listings.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1897-1979 and undated.

About 1400 items.

This series is arranged chronologically in three subseries. Subseries 1.1 consists of correspondence through 1904, just before Koch took his first teaching position. Subseries 1.2 covers the years 1905-1917, during which Koch taught at the University of North Dakota. Subseries 1.3 begins with 1918, the year Koch moved to Chapel Hill. See Subseries 3.2 (Royalty Accounts) for correspondence between Koch and his publishers.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. 1897-1904.

About 300 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Chiefly letters from members of Koch's family. Most of these are lengthy typed letters from Koch's father, August William Koch, in Peoria, Illinois, sent to Koch when he was a student at Ohio Wesleyan University (Delaware, Ohio) and Emerson School of Oratory (Boston). These letters primarily concern family matters, events in Peoria, and responses to Koch's description of life at school. A. W. Koch also frequently encouraged his son to live an upright Christian life.

Included are several letters written by Koch's father in November and December 1899 discouraging him from pursuing a career as an actor. There are further references to this dispute in letters from December 1901 and January 1902.

Also included are brief letters from representatives of organizations that sponsored Koch's oratorical performances, primarily from the years 1901-1904 when he was at Emerson School of Oratory.

Folder 1

1897 September-November #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 1

Folder 2

1897 December #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 2

Folder 3

1898 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 3

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1898 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 4

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1898 July-September #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 5

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1898 October-December #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 6

Folder 7

1899 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 7

Folder 8

1899 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 8

Folder 9

1899 July-September #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 9

Folder 10

1899 October-December #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 10

Folder 11

1900 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 11

Folder 12

1900 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 12

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1900 July-September #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 13

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1900 October-December #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 14

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1901 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 15

Folder 16

1901 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 16

Folder 17

1901 July-September #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 17

Folder 18

1901 October-December #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 18

Folder 19

1902 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 19

Folder 20

1902 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 20

Folder 21

1902 July-September #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 21

Folder 22

1902 October-December #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 22

Folder 23

1903 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 23

Folder 24

1903 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 24

Folder 25

1903 July-December #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 25

Folder 26

1904 January-June #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 26

Folder 27

1904 July-December #04124, Subseries: "1.1. 1897-1904." Folder 27

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About 400 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Chiefly correspondence between Fred ("Fritz") Koch and Jean ("Genie," "Loretta") Hanigan Koch, with scattered correspondence of other Hanigan family members.

Correspondence between 1905 and 1908 consists chiefly of letters to Koch from his father and friends, and includes a few letters about Koch's appointment to the faculty at the University of North Dakota and his graduate work at Harvard University. There are numerous love-letters between Fred (travelling in Europe, and in Massachusetts and North Dakota) and Jean (travelling in Europe, especially England, and in Denver, Colorado) during their courtship in 1909, and in the months immediately following their marriage in 1910 (Fred in North Dakota, Jean in Denver).

The remainder of the series (1911-1917) consists chiefly of letters to Koch from his father and correspondence between Fred and Jean concerning family matters while he was in Montana in 1912 and in New England in 1916 and 1917. There also are a few letters from Koch's young sons to their father. Of particular interest are the detailed letters, resembling a travel diary, written by Koch from Yellowstone National Park in September 1912.

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Folder 31

1905 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 28-31

Folder 32

1906 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 32

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Folder 35

1907 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 33-35

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Folder 38

1908 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 36-38

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Folder 55

1909 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 39-55

Folder 56-69

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Folder 69

1910 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 56-69

Folder 70

1911 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 70

Folder 71-72

Folder 71

Folder 72

1912 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 71-72

Folder 73

1913-1914 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 73

Folder 74

1915 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 74

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1916 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 75-78

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Folder 85

1917 #04124, Subseries: "1.2. 1905-1917." Folder 79-85

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3. 1918-1979 and undated.

About 700 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Chiefly letters to Jean and/or Frederick Koch from members of the Koch and Hanigan families. Included are an increasing number of letters to their parents from the four Koch sons after they moved away from home to go to college, travel, and work. Included are letters by Koch written from September to December 1926, when he traveled in Europe with his father.

Also included are a series of letters written by the Koch sons during World War II when George, Robert, and William Koch were drafted. Of particular interest are Robert's accounts from occupied Germany, May 1945-May 1946, and a letter from William describing his suicide attempt (30 September 1943). Also of interest are Frederick, Jr.'s accounts of wartime conditions at the University of Miami, where he worked in the Drama Department.

The correspondence after 1947 is chiefly addressed to Adeline Denham McCall, niece of Jean Koch. Included are letters from the four Koch sons and Jean. Also included is a letter to Adeline from Paul Green.

Folder 86

1918 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 86

Folder 87

1919 January-July #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 87

Folder 88

1919 August-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 88

Folder 89

1920 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 89

Folder 90

1921 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 90

Folder 91

1921 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 91

Folder 92

1921 July-September #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 92

Folder 93

1921 October-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 93

Folder 94

1922 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 94

Folder 95

1922 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 95

Folder 96

1922 July-September #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 96

Folder 97

1922 October-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 97

Folder 98

1923 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 98

Folder 99

1924 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 99

Folder 100

1925 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 100

Folder 101

1926 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 101

Folder 102

1927 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 102

Folder 103

1928 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 103

Folder 104

1929 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 104

Folder 105

1930 January-August #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 105

Folder 106

1930 September-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 106

Folder 107

1931 January-March #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 107

Folder 108

1931 April-June #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 108

Folder 109

1931 July-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 109

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1932 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 110

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1933 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 111

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1934 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 112

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1935 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 113

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1936 January-May #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 114

Folder 115

1936 June #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 115

Folder 116

1936 July #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 116

Folder 117

1936 August-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 117

Folder 118

1937 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 118

Folder 119

1938 January-June #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 119

Folder 120

1938 July-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 120

Folder 121

1939 January-August #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 121

Folder 122

1939 September-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 122

Folder 123

1940 January-February #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 123

Folder 124

1940 March-August #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 124

Folder 125

1940 September-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 125

Folder 126

1941 January-May #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 126

Folder 127

1941 June-August #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 127

Folder 128

1941 September-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 128

Folder 129

1942 January-May #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 129

Folder 130

1942 June-August #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 130

Folder 131

1942 September-November #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 131

Folder 132

1942 December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 132

Folder 133

1943 January-June #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 133

Folder 134

1943 July-August #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 134

Folder 135

1943 September-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 135

Folder 136

1944 January-February #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 136

Folder 137

1944 March-June #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 137

Folder 138

1944 July-September #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 138

Folder 139

1944 October-December #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 139

Folder 140

1945 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 140

Folder 141

1946-1947 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 141

Folder 142

December 1952-January 1970 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 142

Folder 143

January 1971-December 1973 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 143

Folder 144

May-December 1974 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 144

Folder 145

January-November 1975 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 145

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January-October 1976 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 146

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January 1977-March 1979 #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 147

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Folder 153

Undated #04124, Subseries: "1.3. 1918-1979 and undated." Folder 148-153

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About 288 items.

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About 250 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Chiefly writings by Koch, primarily from his years as an undergraduate and graduate student, and reviews of plays directed by Koch.

A collection of short essays written for an English course at Harvard from September through December 1904 is included. Also included are drafts of several poems written in 1908, one of which, "Dakota Prairies," was published in the School of Education Record, University of North Dakota, in 1915. Later writings by Koch are published versions of pamphlets about the theater.

Writings about Koch consist chiefly of newspaper articles about plays under Koch's supervision at the University of North Dakota and by the Carolina Playmakers.

Folder 154

1895-1896 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 154

Folder 155

1897-1898 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 155

Folder 156

1899 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 156

Folder 157

1900 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 157

Folder 158

1901-1903 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 158

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Folder 159

Folder 160

1904 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 159-160

Folder 161

1906 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 161

Folder 162

1907 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 162

Folder 163

1908 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 163

Folder 164

1909 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 164

Folder 165

1910 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 165

Folder 166

1911 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 166

Folder 167

1912-1914 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 167

Folder 168

1915 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 168

Folder 169

1916-1919 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 169

Folder 170

1920 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 170

Folder 171

1921 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 171

Folder 172

1922 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 172

Folder 173

1923 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 173

Folder 174

1924-1978 #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 174

Folder 175

Undated #04124, Subseries: "2.1. Writings by or about Frederick H. Koch, 1895-1978 and undated." Folder 175

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated.

38 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by author.

Chiefly prompt books of plays written by Koch's students, including "The Chatham Rabbit" by Le Gette Blythe. Also included is a prompt book of "Tom Pinch" (an adaptation of Charles Dickens's Martin Chuzzlewit), the senior class play at the University of North Dakota in 1907, directed by Koch.

Also included are handwritten versions of a series of stories written by the Rev. Charles R. Talbot of Wrentham, Massachusetts. The connection between Talbot and Koch is unknown.

A few miscellaneous writings, primarily in published form, by Koch's students and associates, are filed at the end of this subseries.

Folder 176

Blythe, William LeGette "The Chatham Rabbit" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 176

Folder 177

Boswell, Martha "Politicin in Horse Cove" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 177

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Boswell, Martha "Yon Side O'Sunk Creek" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 178

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Dilley, Joseph J., and Lewis Clifton "Tom Pinch" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 179

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Gaspell, Susan "Trifles" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 180

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Gorham, Mack C. "John Lane's Wife" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 181

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Koch, Bill "Days After Tomorrow" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 182

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Potter [no first name] "The Berry Pickers" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 183

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Reid, Louisa "The Fighting Corporal" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 184-185

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Setzer, Pearl "The Black Rooster" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 186

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Squires, W.H.T. "Grace Sherwood, The Virginia Witch" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 187

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Stout, Wilbur "Dogwood Bushes" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 188

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Stout, Wilbur "In Dixon's Kitchen" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 189

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Talbot, Rev. C. R. "A Deaf Bycyclist" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 190

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Talbot, Rev. C. R. "The Hungry Crows" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 191

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Talbot, Rev. C. R. "Mr. Fayerbrother's Call" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 192

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Talbot, Rev. C. R. "The Shape of A Man's Head" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 193

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Talbot, Rev. C. R. "The Steamer Chair" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 194-195

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Talbot, Rev. C. R. Untitled #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 196

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Terry, John Skally "The Reaping" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 197

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Toy, Jane "Reward Offered" #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 198

Anonymous "Shenandoah" (Request volume S-47) #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 198

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Miscellaneous Writings #04124, Subseries: "2.2. Writings by Others, Not About Koch, 1906-1941 and undated." Folder 199

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Other Papers, 1909-1949 and undated.

About 368 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1. Pageant Papers, 1909-1919.

About 110 items.

Chiefly writings and newspaper articles about various pageants, especially the Pageant and Masque of St. Louis, to which Koch was invited by the St. Louis Pageant Drama Association, and the Shakespeare Pageant in Chicago.

Also included are bulletins and other items from the American Pageant Association to which Koch was elected in 1914.

Folder 200

St. Louis Pageant #04124, Subseries: "3.1. Pageant Papers, 1909-1919." Folder 200

Folder 201

Shakespeare Pageant #04124, Subseries: "3.1. Pageant Papers, 1909-1919." Folder 201

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General Pageant Papers #04124, Subseries: "3.1. Pageant Papers, 1909-1919." Folder 202

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American Pageant Association #04124, Subseries: "3.1. Pageant Papers, 1909-1919." Folder 203

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2. Royalty Accounts, 1937-1944.

About 125 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by name of publishing company.

Chiefly statements of royalties earned by Koch on various publications. Also included are royalty statements for Carolina Folk Plays and American Folk Plays, which were collections of plays written by Koch's students. Some correspondence between Koch and publishers is included.

Folder 204

D. Appleton Century Company #04124, Subseries: "3.2. Royalty Accounts, 1937-1944." Folder 204

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F. S. Crofts & Co. #04124, Subseries: "3.2. Royalty Accounts, 1937-1944." Folder 205

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Henry Holt and Company #04124, Subseries: "3.2. Royalty Accounts, 1937-1944." Folder 206

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Samuel French, Inc. #04124, Subseries: "3.2. Royalty Accounts, 1937-1944." Folder 207

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University of North Carolina Press #04124, Subseries: "3.2. Royalty Accounts, 1937-1944." Folder 208

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.3. Playbills, 1902-1937 and undated.

About 68 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Chiefly playbills for productions that Koch directed or in which he performed. Included are playbills for dramatic readings of Shakespeare and others performed by Koch. Also included are playbills for the Carolina Playmakers.

Folder 209

Playbills, 1902-1917 #04124, Subseries: "3.3. Playbills, 1902-1937 and undated." Folder 209

Folder 210

Playbills, 1920-1937 #04124, Subseries: "3.3. Playbills, 1902-1937 and undated." Folder 210

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Playbills, Undated #04124, Subseries: "3.3. Playbills, 1902-1937 and undated." Folder 211

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.4. Miscellaneous Items, 1896-1949 and undated.

About 60 items.

A passport, Italian railroad ticket, wedding announcement, personal account ledger, 1896-1899, information cards on Koch's students, Harvard report card, birth certificate for Frederick Henry Koch, Jr., class schedules for Emerson School of Oratory, and a copy of the contract typically used for authors writing for the Carolina Playmakers. Also included is a folder of miscellaneous papers which relate to Charles Remington Talbot, one of which is an obituary for him.

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Miscellaneous Papers, F. H. Koch #04124, Subseries: "3.4. Miscellaneous Items, 1896-1949 and undated." Folder 212-213

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Miscellaneous Papers, Talbot #04124, Subseries: "3.4. Miscellaneous Items, 1896-1949 and undated." Folder 214

Folder 215

Miscellaneous Papers, Others #04124, Subseries: "3.4. Miscellaneous Items, 1896-1949 and undated." Folder 215

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated.

48 items.

Arrangement: by type.

Volumes include those compiled and written by Koch (Vols. 1-37: a commonplace book, an address book, personal diaries, date books, and gradebooks); prompt books used by Koch for various play productions mounted at the University of North Carolina and the University of North Dakota (Vols. 38-44, S-47); a scrap book which apparently belonged to Charles Remington Talbot, and two miscellaneous volumes.

Volume 1

Commonplace book, circa 1910 #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 1

Volume 2

Address book, circa 1909 #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 2

Volume 3-7

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Volume 7

Personal diaries, 1897-1902. Entries are brief, were recorded daily, and chiefly concern Koch's daily activities. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 3-7

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Volume 35

Date books, 1919-1943 #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 8-35

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Volume 36

Volume 37

Gradebooks and attendance records from classes taught by Koch at UNC, 1918-1920. Thomas Wolfe and Paul Green are among the students listed. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 36-37

Volume 38

Prompt book, Clyde Fitch, "Nathan Hale." Used for a production in 1912. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 38

Volume 39

Prompt books and director's copies, Gilbert Seldes, "Lysistrata" (in 4 parts). Used for a production in 1936. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 39

Volume 40

Prompt book, William Shakespeare, "The Merry Wives of Windsor." Used for a production in 1939. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 40

Volume 41

Prompt book, George Bernard Shaw, "The Devil's Disciple." #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 41

Volume 42

Prompt book, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, "The Rivals." Used for a production in 1906. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 42

Volume 43

Prompt book, J. M. Synge, "Riders to the Sea." #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 43

Volume 44

Prompt book, Oscar Wilde, "The Importance of Being Ernest." #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 44

Volume 45

Script, Margaret Plank Ganssle, "The New Day" (with an introduction on the rural community drama by Koch). Also contains other miscellaneous scripts of North Dakota pageants, 1917-1918. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 45

Volume 46

A sex manual for married couples, untitled, unascribed, undated. (Preface concludes with the initials H.W.L.) The first page is headed, "To Members of the Medical Profession Into Whose Hands This Book May Come." 83 numbered pages, with 7-page unnumbered preface. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 46

Volume S-47

Prompt book, Anonymous, "Shenandoah". (See Series 2.2, Writings by Others, Folder 198). #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." S-47

Volume 48

A scrap book containing newspaper clippings of poems which were apparently written by Charles Remington Talbot. #04124, Series: "4. Volumes, 1897-1943, and undated." 48

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Chiefly portraits of Koch. Some group shots are included. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/1-25

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Portraits of Jean Koch. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/26-39

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Frederick, Jr., George, Robert, and William Koch as children. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/40-147

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Frederick, Jr., his wife Edna, and their son Frederick, III. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/148-182

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William Koch, his wife Dorothy, and their daughter Patricia. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/183-195

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Chiefly group shots of Frederick Koch and his family with other members of the Koch family, including his father and his mother. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/196-201

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Portraits of Adeline Denham McCall. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/202-227

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Portraits and group shots of various members of the Hannigan family, including portraits of Jean's brother Leo, and Jean's sister Helene Denham. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/228-253

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Friends and distant family of Frederick and Jean Koch. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." P-4124/254-273

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Tintype of two unidentified men. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/274

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Tintype of an unidentified woman. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/275

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Scenes of various places taken by Jean and her father, Frank Hanigan, on their world tour of 1908-09. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/276-284

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Jean's house in Florida. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/285-287

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University of North Carolina and Chapel Hill. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/288-293

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New Faculty Row at University of North Carolina, 1921. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/294

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Koch family home. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/295-296

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Carolina Playmakers (first state tour). #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/297-300

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Carolina Playmakers (group photo). #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/303

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Interior of the Playmakers Theater. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/304-307

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Ceremony on the steps of the Playmakers Theater. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/308-309

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"The Taming of the Shrew," performed by the Carolina Playmakers in the Forest Theater. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/310-320

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Dakota Playmakers in various productions. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/442-524

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"A Pageant of the Northwest" performed by the Dakota Playmakers #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/525-544

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Masque of the New Day in St. Thomas, North Dakota. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/545-560

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Pageant in Ellendale, North Dakota. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/561-584

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Bankside Theater at the University of North Dakota. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." Folder SP-4124/585-591

Photograph Album PA-4124/1

Album of photos taken by Koch when he was in Maine the summer of 1902 and possibly 1903. Includes scenes from Camden and the road to Belgrade. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." PA-4124/1

Photograph Album PA-4124/2

Album containing photos of the Koch family and scenes from Colorado and Chapel Hill. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." PA-4124/2

Photograph Album PA-4124/3

Scrapbook of photos of Russian productions of Shakespeare, labeled in Russian and English. Contains a map of Russia with locations marked where Shakespeare was produced in 1935-1939. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." PA-4124/3

Photograph Album PA-4124/4

Scrapbook of photos of famous actresses and actors. #04124, Series: "5. Pictures, 1893-1975 and undated." PA-4124/4

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