This virtual exhibit draws upon materials in the Romulus Linney Papers and was designed in conjunction with an exhibit on display in the Carol Grotnes Belk Library and Information Commons from September-December 2012. 

We are especially grateful to Laura Callanan, whose expertise and knowledge of Romulus Linney's life and work greatly enhanced our endeavors.  We would also like to thank our colleagues who helped to make this exhibit possible.  With special thanks to Scott Rice, Hunter Phillips, and Paul Grant for their considerable expertise.  Thanks also to our talented team of student workers:  Ashley Staples, Bess Walker, Allison Parrish, Lawrence White, and Rose Buchanan.

Except where noted below, all images are from the Romulus Linney Papers housed in Belk Library at Appalachian State University.

The images of Signature Theatre, the Linney Courtyard Theatre and Romulus Linney with Jim Houghton are courtesy of the Signature Theatre Company.  The photograph of the Linney/Coffey homestead is courtesy of Frank L. Coffey.  The 1964 Yaddo residents photograph is courtesy of the Corporation of Yaddo.  All video clips and interview segments are courtesy of the William Inge Center for the Arts in Independence, Kansas and were filmed in 2003 as part of the William Inge Theatre Festival's Tribute to Romulus Linney.

We are grateful to Frank L. Coffey, the Signature Theatre Company, the Corporation of Yaddo, and the William Inge Center for the Arts for allowing us to use these wonderful images and video segments.