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Phipp, Richard: Indenture between Richard Phipp (1st part) and John Lathom and Henry Barrow[e] the elder (2nd part)
On vellumPre-nuptial agreement, Burtonwood, England, February 1642, in which Richard Phipp, yeoman, acquires land from Henry Barrow on the occasion of Richard's upcoming marriage to Susan, daughter of William Smyth.
Plowman, William, of Dunninghton, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Vellum "indenture" in the form of an pre-nuptial agreement dated Dec. 1682 conveying land owned by Plowman to John Jackson on the occasion of Jackson's marriage to Plowman's daughter Mary.
Poor, Ella Marion Farrington, 1876-1950; student and college teacher. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1899; Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1899-1901. Papers contain course records, biographical information, and photographs; primarily of notes and laboratory notebooks compiled for courses in art, botany, history, and zoology at Mount Holyoke College.
Prince, Henriette Marsh, 1835-1869; Teacher. Attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, 1857-1858. Papers consist of letters written to a friend, principally describing her work at a plantation school in King William County, Virginia.
Putnam, Lucy Pepper, 1823-1849; Student. Attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, 1845-1846. Papers contain a letter, ten compositions and poems. Primarily documenting her travel from her home in New Hampshire to Mount Holyoke and her social life and activities at school.
Radcliffe, George, 1593-1657, lawyer. Letter to his mother Margaret Radcliffe dated Oct. 1616 chiefly on personal matters, also includes mention of Sir Edward Coke's dismissal from office and preparations for the Prince Charles' [later Charles II] installment as Prince of Wales in Nov. 1616.
Ransom, Annette Mowatt, 1915-1996; student and zoologist. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1936. Papers consist of correspondence, a scrapbook, biographical information, and photographs; principally pertaining to her daily activities and social events at Mount Holyoke. Also of note is her correspondence pertaining to her work as a secretary-companion and zoologist in the British West Indies, 1936-1937.
Ridgway, Ida Coperland, 1905-1927; Student. Attended Mount Holyoke College, 1923-1927. Papers contain letters addressed to family members and discussing her love for her family and her happiness at Mount Holyoke College. Also includes a collection of poems by Ida Coperland Ridgway, compiled by Ada L. F. Snell.
Robinson, Ethel Palmer Breitenstein, 1887-1964; student and housewife. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1911. Papers consist of correspondence, notebooks, scrapbook, biographical information, photograph albums and photographs documenting primarily her academic and social activities at Mount Holyoke.
Rops, Félicien, 1833-1898, artist. Collection of letters, in French, written principally to François Nys and Henri Liesse. Letters concern Rops' personal affairs, chiefly his financial difficulties, and designs for new works. Also included are 7 proof etchings to works published in 1864 and 1866
Masters, Rosemary Cox, 1939- ; Lawyer. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1961. Papers consist chiefly of letters to her parents, concerning her activities at Mount Holyoke College and Harvard University Law School, her work as a lawyer, marriage to Jon J. Masters, life in New York City and birth of two children.
Rowell, Elizabeth L., 1882-1985; Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1904. Papers contain course records, biographical information and photographs; primarily consisting of notebooks, notes and examinations used for courses taken at Mount Holyoke.
Rox, Henry, 1899-1967; professor, sculptor. Mount Holyoke College Professor, 1939-1964. Papers contain writings, exhibit catalogues, publications illustrated by Rox's work, biographical information, and photographs. Primarily concerning Rox's professional work as a sculptor in photosculpture and more traditional media and as an art professor.
Runnette, Helen Virginia, 1886-1988; Administrator and teacher. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1910. Papers consist of correspondence, photographs, school information, artwork, Runnette family collection of correspondence, and memorabilia. Primarily documenting her personal and professional life, with an emphasis on her work at the Tower School for children.
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900; Artist and philosopher. The collection consists of an undated letter to "Darlingest Grannie," i.e., Joan Severn, in which he discusses his grief and seeing his children.
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900; Artist and philosopher. The collection consists of a letter to Mrs. Simon, the wife of Ruskin's physician, Dr. John Simon, on the nature of the artistic standards of the English people. Included is a transcription, as well as a check dated October 13, 1884, payable to Miss Gale.
Backes, Ruth Emerson, 1918-; Psychologist, teacher, and consultant. Papers consist of correspondence, writings, research material, publications, oral history material, and photographs relating to her research for a biography of social reformer and government official Frances Perkins, a 1902 graduate of Mount Holyoke College. Includes photocopies of letters and writings by Perkins.
Zencey, Ruth Estelle Mills, 1915- ; Secretary and stenographer. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1936. Papers consist of correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs. Primarily containing letters by and to her brother, Earl Mills, concerning his life in the army during World War II.
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.
Sanderson Academy. Founded in Ashfield, Massachusetts, 1816. Papers contain a catalog and compositions written by several students of Mary Lyon's.
Kohler, Sandra Iger, 1940-; poet and teacher; Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1961. Correspondence, journals, writings, thesis, dissertation, and publications primarily concerning hr education and creative writing.
Ward, Sandra MacDonald Nichols, 1943- ; Librarian. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1965. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, since 1992. Papers contain letters written to her family. Primarily documenting her life as a student at Mount Holyoke, her summer employment and her work with Operation Crossroads Africa in Gambia.
Sanford family papers, 1788-1900. Papers consist of inventories, account books, and a book of charades of the family of William, William A., Edward and Edward C. A. Sanford of Nynehead Court, Somerset, England. Inventories includes household goods, including silverplate and picture, and the library.
Jonsberg, Sara Dalmas, 1939-; college professor and administrator; Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1960, Secretary of the Board of Trustees, Executive Assistant to the President, Secretary of the College, and Director of the Next Step/El Proximo Program for teenage mothers, Papers primarily consist of letters (with transcripts) and course records dating from her years as a student at Mount Holyoke. Also include later writings, an autobiographical sketch, and a photograph.
Teasdale, Sara, 1884-1933; poet. Nine letters, including six to her friend Jean S. Untermeyer and a long letter (July 1909) to John Myers O'Hara, describing primarily her personal life and her career.
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- Mount Holyoke College -- Students 80
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- English 349
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