ASC/B/B2. Auxiliary Services
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
The records on the college bookstore contain photographs, order forms, memos, newspaper clippings, and fliers.
The records of Central Services contains an invitation for a open house to visit the new facilities.
The records of the Chapel includes hymnals, special programs and events including order of worships from 1900 to the present.
The records of Eliot House contains newspaper clippings, photographs, pamphlets on conferences and information on Eliot House.
The records from the Equestrian Center contains newspaper clippings and a newsletter.
The records from Friends of Art contain newspaper clippings, informational pamphlets, press releases, invitations, and correspondence.
The records of the Friends of Athletics consists of newsletters dated from 1992-1995.
The records of the Friends of Development Committee contain newspaper clippings about the formation of the committee and events it has sponsored.
The records of the Friends of Horticulture consist of a pamphlet and participant list for a conference on Japanese and American horticulture that was held at Mount Holyoke in 1984.
The records of the Friends of Music contains informational and membership pamphlets.
The records of Friends of Rowing contain announcements, articles, programs, annual reports (1976-present), Executive Committee records, and the concert committee records, correspondence (1976-present) and financial records dated (1977-present).
The records of the Gorse Child Study Center contain calendars of important dates, sample health forms, and clippings about the center.
Records of the Harriet L. and Paul M. Weissman Center for Leadership and the Liberal Arts date from 1997 to the present and concern the creation and activities of this unit of the College. Materials include reports, correspondence, articles, announcements, brochures, and programs.
The records of the Learning Development Center consist of clippings and Annual Reports from 1978-1981
The records of the Library contain histories, annual reports, policy records, financial records, correspondence, manuals, handbooks, leaflets, collection records, accession records, and library programs information.
Records of the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives date from 2004 to the present and concern lectures and programs offered by the Center, particularly opportunities for students to study or do internships in other countries. The materials consist of memoranda, announcements, articles, and brochures.
Records for the Miller Worley Center for the Environment date from 1998 to the present and consist of reports, correspondence, articles, announcements, and brochures.
Records of the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, established in 1876, date from 1876-present. Records consist of historical sketches and notes, fliers, catalogues, clippings, agendas, correspondence, membership lists, minutes of meetings, information about facilities and collections, annual reports, Art Museum Director Steering Committee Records photographs, slides, Art Advisory Committee Records, financial records, and the records of exhibits and other events.
The records of the Mount Holyoke Day Care Center contain clippings that contain information about the center, registration forms, and brochures.
The records of the Skinner Museum contain clippings, fliers, correspondence, a National Endowment for the Humanities grant proposal, annual reports (1977-1982), donor records (1974-1984), Skinner Museum Evaluation Committee Records, Winter Term Course Evaluation records.
The records of Summer Theatre contain clippings, informational fliers, photographs and programs from the Mount Holyoke Summer Theatre.
The records of the Willits-Hallowell Center contains menus, informational brochures, by-laws, catering information, and a study by Taylor, Lieberfield, and Heldman, Inc. (1972).
The records of the Writing Center contain memos, clippings, and informational fliers.