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Royce, Harriette A. Wells, 1827-1892; Student. Attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, 1845-1846. Papers consist of journals. Primarily noting her daily activities at Mount Holyoke and her life upon return to the family farm.
Harrison, Anna Jane, 1912-1998; Chemist and college teacher. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1945-1979. Papers consist of American Chemical Society records, subject files about Mount Holyoke containing correspondence, publications, reports, and minutes, writings, letters, memorabilia, biographical information and photographs. Primarily documenting her work in various science organizations and her travels to India and Japan as a representative for these organizations.
Hartwell, Hannah Louisa Plimpton Peet, 1823-1908; Teacher and missionary. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1848. Papers contain four volumes of journals and notebooks, correspondence, Plimpton family correspondence, biographical information and a photograph.
Health Services records primarily consist of reports, correspondence, memoranda concerning the activities of that unit and the physical and mental health of members of immediate the Mount Holyoke community. These materials also include a photocopy of two journals (1841-1854) compiled by S.D. Brooks when he was serving as the physician at the school and nine ledgers (circa 1889-1917) recording "anthropometric" measurements and other information relating to the health of students.
The records contain a press release and correspondence concerning the first two awards given.
Belcher, Helen Loring Barnes, 1887-1979; teacher and housewife. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1909. Papers contain a scrapbook, course records, postcards, a marriage announcement, obituaries, and photographs. Primarily concerning her academic and social activities as a Mount Holyoke student.
Gulliver, Helen M. French, 1832-1909; teacher and college principal. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1857, teacher, 1857-1872, and Principal, 1867-1872. Papers consist of correspondence, biographical information, and photographs of her. The materials concern both her personal life and her work at Mount Holyoke.
The records contain correspondence and copies of the announcement made at the presentation of the award.
Herman H. Goldstine, mathematician, was intimately involved in the design and development of the first electronic computers. The collection includes materials produced or supervised by Dr. Goldstine, or collected by him for use in the preparation of his book on the history of computers.
Herron, Mary Louise Browning 1834-1863; Missionary and Teacher. Attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, 1855. The papers contain correspondence, family material, biographical material and a published letter. The letters are. The papers primarily document missionary life in India. The collection also includes some family materials written after her death discussing family issues.
Herzig, Helene Joy Phillips, 1927- ; student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1949. Papers consist of course work, correspondence, financial records, memorabilia, biographical information and photographs; principally pertaining to her academic studies at Mount Holyoke.
These records contain correspondence (1964-79), reports, financial information, and memorabilia.
The Mount Holyoke College History Department Records consist of photocopied pages from the Llamarada, the College yearbook; articles; lists; memoranda; charts; notes; press releases; brochures; flyers; newspaper clippings; reports; meeting minutes; correspondence; announcements; questionnaires; surveys; financial records; examinations; syllabi; interview abstracts; student papers; posters; and photographs.
Holms, Sarah Elizabeth Arny, 1906-; Student. Mount Holyoke College Graduate, 1928. The collection consists of correspondence, biographical information, and photographs. The collection primarily documents her life as a student at Mount Holyoke College coving both social life and traditions and academic life.
Hooker, Henrietta Edgecomb, 1851-1929; Botanist and college teacher. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1873. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1873-1908. Papers consist of correspondence, writings, magazine and newspaper articles, and photographs. Primarily documenting her work as a professor at Mount Holyoke College and her hobby raising Buff Orpington chickens.
Horner, Joyce Mary, 1903-1980; Writer and college teacher. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1944-1969. Papers include journals, correspondence, writings, reviews of her novels, records from English courses, biographical information and photographs. Chiefly documenting her academic career and publications.
Howe, Edith Morton Packard, 1893-1927; student. Attended Mount Holyoke College, 1893-1896. Papers contain correspondence, clippings, and a photograph documenting primarily her daily activities and special events while a student at Mount Holyoke.
Thomson, Hugh, 1860-1920; Illustrator. Two original pencil drawings from the Highways and Byways series.
Huguenot College. Founded as Huguenot Seminary in Wellington, Cape Colony (South Africa), 1874. Papers consist of notebooks, catalogs, brochures, publications, clippings, and photographs of the Seminary. Primarily documenting the involvement of Mount Holyoke graduates, Abbie Ferguson, Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1856, and Anna Bliss, Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1862, in the founding of the school.
Hyslop, Beatrice Fry, 1899-1973; Historian. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1919. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1926-1928. Papers consist of correspondence to Helen M. Voorhees; primarily documenting her experience as a history professor and describing her research in France between 1931 and 1952.
Indenture: between Samuel Sheafe, Joseph Caryll and Stephen Foster (1st part), Alexander Merreall (2nd part) and John Applebee (3rd part)
A 1715 release from Samuel Sheafe to John Applebee of 13 messuages in Southwark, England (now part of London). The contract was executed to settle debts owed following the bankruptcy of Alexander Merreall of London. Also named in the contract are the member of the King's Majesty's Commission who oversaw the bankrupcy and the tenants of the messuages.
International Institute for Girls in Spain. Founded in Santander, Spain, 1877. Papers include brochures, pamphlets, annual reports, and other materials about the institution. Primarily documenting the work of Alice Gordon Gulick, Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1867, in founding the school.
The Intercollegiate Courses/Seminars Records contain articles; memoranda; course descriptions, syllabi, reading lists, handouts, and examinations; glossaries of geographical terms used in courses and at lectures; and lecture series descriptions and schedules.
The Interdepartmental Courses Records contain proposals, course outlines and syllabi, as well as, exams, reports, and newspaper articles about eight interdepartmental courses.
The African and African-American Studies records contain the program's annual report from 1992-1993.
International Relations Program Records date from 1983-1988, 1992-1994 and primarily consist of annual reports discussing activities and course offerings. The materials also contain an announcement for a lecture series on the Middle East (1988) and a November 11, 1993 "Mount Holyoke News" article about the program.
The records include newspaper clippings, annual reports (1974-1992), press releases, brochures, annual reports for the International Program (1972-1983), a directory of former International Interns, evaluations (1972-75), photographs (1959-1971), and annual reports for the Washington, D.C. Internship Program (1974-1983).