Dickinson television program production material
Collection includes costume pieces; tone (or mood) boards for seasons one and two; reproductions of poems, letters, and newspapers; reproduction Thoreau & Co. pencils; two first prize ribbons; set building drawings; production and pre-production scripts for seasons one and two; posters; and publicity pictures.
- Smith, Alena, 1980- (Person)
In good condition. Set building drawings are stored in tubes and will need conservation if requested.
Conditions Governing Access
The bulk of this collection is open for research.
Restricted: fragile; consult curatorial staff (costumes and ribbons; set building drawings).
This collection is shelved offsite. Retrieval requires advance notice. Readers should check with Houghton Public Services staff to determine what material is offsite and retrieval policies and times.
Extent3 linear feet (5 boxes, 6 tubes)
Biographical / Historical
Alena Smith is a screenwriter, author, and producer; she is the creator and producer of Dickinson.
Biographical / Historical
Dickinson is a television series produced for Apple TV+, a streaming service created by Apple Computer, Inc.; the series premiered in 2019.
Material was acquired from the creators, Alena Smith and associates.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
2021M-48. Gift of Alena Smith, 2021 July 5, September 10.
2022M-29. Gift of Alena Smith, 2021 October 8 (costume drawings with fabric swatches).
Processed minimally by Melanie Wisner, 2021 August.
- Dickinson television program material, 2019-2021 (MS Am 3372): Guide
- Houghton Library, Harvard University
- 2021 August 6
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