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The Origins and Governance Collection brings together materials concerning the creation and administration of Mount Holyoke College, an institution for the higher education of women that was founded by Mary Lyon, granted a charter as Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, and opened in 1837. Materials date from 1834 to the present and include a ledger notebook, charters, acts, regulations, minutes, planning documents, publications, speeches, questionnaires, drawings, and photographs.
Ruth, Margaret Stallman, 1911-; Secretary and homemaker. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1932. Papers consist of correspondence, a zoology notebook, biographical information, material relating to the Class of 1932, a photograph album, photographs, and slides. Primarily documenting her academic and social life as a student at Mount Holyoke, 1928-1932. Class of 1932 materials chiefly consist of correspondence with her classmates after graduation.
Quainton, Susan Dorothea Long, b. 1936; student and English teacher. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1957. Papers contain correspondence, course records, biographical information, and photographs, primarily documenting her academic and social activities as a Mount Holyoke College student from 1953-1957.
- Mount Holyoke College -- Traditions 3
- Student activities -- Massachusetts -- South Hadley 3
- Women college students -- Massachusetts -- South Hadley 3
- correspondence 3
- photographs 3
- Books and reading 2
- Dating (Social customs) 2
- English literature -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Massachusetts -- South Hadley 2
- Hazing -- Massachusetts -- South Hadley 2
- Marriage 2
- Mount Holyoke College -- Records and correspondence 2
- Mount Holyoke College Manuscript Collections 2
- Mount Holyoke College Record Groups 2
- photograph albums 2
- postcards 2 ∧ less
- Mount Holyoke College. Alumnae Association 1