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Van Camp, Julie Charlotte, 1947-; college professor and attorney. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1969. Papers contain course records, correspondence, writings, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, graduation cards, invitations, biographical information and photographs. Primarily concern her social life at Mount Holyoke College and her role as editor of Choragos, the college newspaper.
These records contain newspaper clippings, press releases, correspondence, posters, reports, and photographs (1928-69).
Williams, Karen Averill Jackson, 1940- ; student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1961. Papers consist of letters to her parents, primarily describing her living conditions and social activities while living in Moscow with her husband, who was a journalism student at the University of Moscow (Moskovskii universitet). Includes descriptions of her travels to Leningrad, Kiev and Central Asia.
The records include newspaper clippings, correspondence, and a brochure.
Mount Holyoke College graduate (1935) and French high school teacher. Correspondence, writings, photographs, biographical material and scrapbooks documenting close friendship with Simone Calvet, a friend met in France her junior year abroad (1935.)
The records contain one memo asking for the inclusion of this prize on the annual listing of prizes and awards.
The records include correspondence and student submissions for the Award contest.
The records include lists of contestants and judges, judges' correspondence and evaluations, copies of poems, photographs, clippings, announcements, Glascock Committee records, and audiotapes made by judges (1964, 1968, 1988, 1989).
Kendall, Clara Idella Plimpton, 1848-1941; Teacher and Housewife. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1871. Papers consist of correspondence, biographical material, and photographs primarily discussing her travels in England, France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Also includes letters by Kendall and Plimpton family relatives and "The Kendall Book" by Priscilla Robertson.
The papers of Kenneth Rosenthal, the firest treasurer of Hampshire College, who served from 1971 to 1975. Prior to his tenure as treasurer, Rosenthal was instrumental in planning for the College. He served as Secretary of the College from 1975-1976.
These records contain one newspaper clipping from the Union-News (1994) concerning the Kids to College Program.
Kimball, Elsie May, 1887-1972; Secretary and missionary. Attended Mount Holyoke College, 1905-1907. Papers consist of correspondence and biographical information. Primarily documenting her experience as a missionary in Armenia and the Republic of Georgia including comments of the effects of World War I, revolutions, the Greco-Turkish War and Communism in the region.
Kingston, Mary Woodman, 1876-1964; student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1899. Papers contain a notebook, a calendar, biographical information and a photograph concerning primarily her study of art history while at Mount Holyoke.
The records include four student entries in the Kneeland Prize Essay Contest.
Kormos, Elizabeth Antonia, 1951-; Student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1973. Consists of three 35mm films and DVD surrogates, documenting Elizabeth Kormos college life at Mount Holyoke.
Kummel, Charlotte Proctor, 1903-1987; Historian and college teacher. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1924. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1925-1926. Papers consist of correspondence, memorabilia, essays, and art history projects. Primarily documenting her academic career as a student at Mount Holyoke.
Lake Erie College. Founded as Lake Erie Female Seminary in Painesville, Ohio, 1859. Papers consist of catalogs, publications, clippings and photographs. Primarily documenting the founding of the school and its academic program.
Lane, Mary Haynes, 1841-1922; student and college teacher. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1864. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary teacher, 1864-1868. Papers consist of correspondence, writings, memorabilia, biographical information, and photographs chiefly documenting her activities as a student at Mount Holyoke with an emphasis on religious life and references to the Civil War.
Lang, Malvina Stanton, 1826-1919; student. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1849. Papers contain course records, account books, a commonplace book, writings, recollections, memorabilia, and biographical information; primarily documenting her academic work and finances as a Mount Holyoke student.
Latin American Studies Program Records date from 1975-1993, 1997, and 2009 and primarily consist of annual reports describing course offerings, majors, enrollment, and staffing. Materials also include articles and brochures concerning the Program.
The Mount Holyoke College Latin Department Records contain reports; an historical sketch; a photocopied page from the Llamarada; examinations; exercises; booklets; and photographs.
These records contain one newspaper clipping concerning a grant from the College/Community Partnership Program in Washington, D.C. to the Latino Scholarhip Fund.
Le bateau ivre / A. Rimbaud ; les illustrations, la relivre et la calligraphie ont fait par Konstantine Kalinovitch.
"Ce livre a edite a un exemplaire."Mounted etchings.Unique copy of Arthur Rimbaud's poem "Le bateau ivre", with illustrations, binding and calligraphy by Konstantine Kalinovitch.
The records of the Learning Development Center consist of clippings and Annual Reports from 1978-1981
Lebourveau, Jennie Lord Winslow, 1895-1960; teacher, housewife. Mount Holyoke College student, 1912-1916. Papers contain correspondence, a scrapbook and biographical information, primarily concerning Lebourveau's time as a student at Mount Holyoke College. Include references to traditions, domestic work, her expenses and campus jobs, faculty, academics, new buildings, food, clothing, and political matters such as a women's suffrage lecture and a mock presidential election.
Lecture Series Records concern on-campus programs presented by scholars, educators, scientists, politicians, writers, musicians, artists, and others. Some of these programs were presented as part of a named series of lectures (often honoring particular Mount Holyoke faculty members), while others focused on a theme or topic. Materials date from 1895-1985 and consist of reports, correspondence, programs, announcements, lists, articles, and press releases.
Leighton, Nathaniel Wilson, 1833-1899; Physician and United States Army surgeon. Papers consist of diaries, correspondence and United States Civil War material. Primarily documenting his work as a surgeon during the Civil War.
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