Junior Year Abroad records
Scope and Contents
These records contain newspaper clippings, press releases, correspondence, posters, reports, and photographs (1928-69). Information on student participants and their experience is included.
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Records restricted to use by office/department of origin for 25 years from date of record creation
Since the early 1900s, many Mount Holyoke students have chosen to spend their junior year studying abroad in a variety of programs. The most popular program has been the Sweet Briar College program in Paris, France.
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Language of Materials
These records contain newspaper clippings, press releases, correspondence, posters, reports, and photographs (1928-69).
- Junior Year Abroad Records, 1928
- Finding Aid
- Finding aid prepared by Archives and Special Collections.
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