Summer School in Speech records
Scope and Contents
The records contain clippings from magazines and newspapers, pamphlets advertising the school, correspondence, reports, and photographs (1939). Information on courses offered during the summer, reflections on sessions by faculty, and summaries of sessions are all included.
Conditions Governing Access
The Summer School in Speech opened at Mount Holyoke College in 1937 to male and female college students under the direction of Professor Alive W. Mills. In 1939 it began including theater courses. Additionally, courses in broadcasting, public speaking, and debate were offered.
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Language of Materials
The records contain clippings from magazines and newspapers, pamphlets advertising the school, correspondence, reports, and photographs (1939).
- Mount Holyoke College Record Groups Subject Source: Local sources
- Summer School in Speech Records, 1936-1940
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- Finding aid prepared by Archives and Special Collections.
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