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The records of the Gorse Child Study Center contain calendars of important dates, sample health forms, and clippings about the center.
Bacon, Grace Mabel, 1878-1976; College teacher. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1901. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1906-1943. Papers contain letters, writings, biographical information, and photographs. Focusing on her work with the Red Cross in France during World War I and her experience teaching German to American soldiers.
Mellen, Grace Temple, b. 1877; Housewife. Papers consist of journals commenting on her life as a mother and living on a farm. Chiefly describing the work of her husband on the farm owned by Joseph Skinner and the mental illnesses of her mother and husband, Archie C. Mellen.
Tenny, Grace Esselstyn Webb, 1883-1910; student and missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1904. Papers consist of a scrapbook, correspondence, memorabilia, biographical information and photographs, chiefly concerning her life as a student at Mount Holyoke.
Graves, Dorothy Boyd, 1907- ; Student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1927. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1929-1932. Papers consist of correspondence to her mother, primarily describing her academic and social activities at Mount Holyoke.
Gray, Grace Warner, 1924-2001; student, biomedical research scientist. Mount Holyoke graduate, 1945. Papers consist of correspondence, coursework, scientific writings, memorabilia, biographical information and a photograph relating chiefly to her years at Mount Holyoke College (1941-1945) and her research into the effect of various drugs on intestinal muscle.
The Mount Holyoke College Greek Department Records consist of reports; photocopied pages from the Llamarada, the College yearbook; an historical sketch; a booklet; and examinations.
Materials documenting the management and activities of Greenwich House and Enfield House at Hampshire College from 1972 to 1983.
Group photographs are chiefly of Mount Holyoke students from 1851 to the present. These photographs include images of students in classrooms, laboratories, and residence halls, at dances, on dates and picnics, and engaged in other social or recreational activities. The unidentified individuals photographs consist almost entirely of formal portraits, probably of women associated with Mount Holyoke as students, faculty, or staff from the 1860s through the 1920s.
These records contain one brochure which describes the GTE Focus on the Sciences Program and includes and application for admission.
Gulick, Alice Gordon, 1847-1903; educator, founder of the International Institute for Girls in Spain, missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1867. Papers contain correspondence, writings, biographical information, memorabilia, and photographs and portraits; primarily concerning Gulick's work as an educator and as a missionary in Spain.
Hahn, Dorothy Anna, 1876-1950; chemist and college teacher. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1908-1941. Papers consist of a scrapbook compiled after her death, correspondence, writings, biographical information, laboratory safety goggles, and photographs; principally documenting Hahn's career as a chemistry professor. Also contains correspondence to James M. Foster, father of Dorothy Foster, Mount Holyoke College English professor.
Hall, Ruth Hana Tenny, 1907-1997; student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1929. Papers contain correspondence, diaries, a scrapbook, writings, memorabilia, biographical information and photographs; primarily documents her daily activities and her experiences during her undergraduate years at Mount Holyoke, also including letters from her father, Charles B. Tenny, discussing the 1923 earthquake in Japan.
Hammond, William Churchill, 1860-1949; college teacher and organist. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1899-1937. Papers contain scrapbooks, correspondence, materials relating to his arrangement of "White's Air," music programs, biographical information, memorabilia, sound recordings, and photographs; primarily documenting his work as an organist in area churches and at Mount Holyoke.
Records documenting the work of the Hampshire College Board of Trustees from 1965-2008. Includes founding documents for Hampshire College; Trustee by-laws; minutes, agendas from quarterly Board of Trustee meetings; memoranda, reports, statistical summaries, and committee reports; and records from Trustee committees, including the Committee for the Evaluation of the President and Vice-President and two presidential search committees.
Publications, clippings, press releases, memos, correspondence, reports, fact sheets, photographs, and audiovisual recordings created or acquired by the Communications Office at Hampshire College.
This collection consists of four series: I:Annual Report to the Board of Trustees; II: Administrative Committee; III: Student Correspondence; IV: Personal Files
Recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted by historian Amy Mittelman with Hampshire College founders, faculty, and administrators between 1986 and 2014.
The Hampshire College Archives and Special Collections collects, preserves, and provides access to materials documenting the history of the college. Through its web archiving program, Archives and Special Collections selectively captures web content produced by or about Hampshire, its students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Documentation of the Hampshire College Yurt Project, with records dating from 1993 to 1998. The endeavors of a student-led group, the Hampshire College Yurt Project sought to explore methods of alternative education and community development. This collection contains documentation of the project, from the 1993 initial concepts to the groundbreaking and final construction of the building in 1998.
HRU Digital Documents contain organizational records, recorded audio, photographs, meeting minutes, email correspondence, and internal communication pertaining to the student activist group "Hamp Rise Up," as well as the larger coalition of Hampshire students faculty and staff members. Physical documents include, posters, petitions of no confidence, zines, art, and agitprop created by Hamp Rise Up and supportive alumni. Oversized items consist of 20 posters in varying sizes and mediums.
This collection consists of Harold Johnson's correspondence with the first three presidents of Hampshire College, arranged in chronological order.
Meyer, Harriet Marie Cogswell, 1900-1983; Teacher. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1922. Mount Holyoke College staff member, 1924-1926. Papers contain correspondence, writings, memorabilia, biographical information and photographs; documenting her teaching career in China and the family and social matters of a diplomat's wife in Asia and South America.
Hale, Harriet Johnson, d. 1865; student and teacher. Ipswich Female Seminary graduate, 1837. Papers contain a notebook of penmmanship examples and letters to family members concerning primarily her schedule, studies, and activities as a student at Ipswich with frequent references to Zilpah P. Grant Banister, Mary Lyon, and to her own ideas about women's education.
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.