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Department of Physical Education records date from 1863 to the present and reflect Mount Holyoke's long history of providing students with opportunities for exercise and participation in athletics and dance. Materials consist of reports, minutes, subject files, course records, publications, announcements, press releases, scrapbooks, schedules, and photographs in several different formats.
The records from the Security Office, currently known as the Department of Public Safety, contain a large collection of general material, dated from 1936-1996.
Materials contained in the records of the Development Office include Annual reports (1925-1982); correspondence; budgets; agendas; publications and brochures; a number of subject files on the Alumnae Association
The records of Dining Services consist of files from the Food Service office. Within these records are manuals, newspaper clippings, memos, and letters.
Dippel, Rosalie Peppler, 1911-2001; student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1933. Papers contain course records, biographical information and photographs; primarily consisting of notebooks and papers for astronomy and religion courses taken at Mount Holyoke College.
Morgan, Donald Grant, 1911-1985; Political scientist and college teacher. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1943-1976. Papers include correspondence, writings, research materials, biographical information and a photograph. Primarily documenting his interest in New England town meetings and containing student papers for his courses at Mount Holyoke.
Albino, Donna, b. 1961; student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1983. Papers contain course records and photographs; primarily consisting of notebooks, notes, laboratory work and examinations used for courses taken at Mount Holyoke College, and press coverage from the publication of her book "Mount Holyoke College" in 2001.
Snow, Dorothy Ada, 1912-1997; secretary. Mount Holyoke College staff member, 1940-1977. Papers consist of travel diaries, itineraries, correspondence, and photographs relating chiefly to her travels to Great Britain and Ireland and to her retirement from Mount Holyoke in 1977.
Van Ess, Dorothy Firman, 1855-1975; student, teacher, author, missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1906. Diaries, correspondence, writings, memorabilia, books, family papers, biographical material, and photographs primarily concerning her experiences as a student at Mount Holyoke College; her work as an educator and missionary in Basrah, Iraq; travels in Kuwait, India, Iran, Lebanon, and Cyprus; and family life.
Foster, Dorothy, 1883-1968; College teacher. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1908-1948. Papers consist of correspondence, writings, biographical information, and photographs. Primarily containing correspondence regarding her views on World War I and her work.
Cogswell, Dorothy McIntosh, 1909-; artist and educator; Mount Holyoke College art professor, 1939-1974. Correspondence, diaries and datebooks, appraisals of art work, exhibit catalogues, publications, sketchbooks, student papers, clippings, notebooks, biographical information, and photographs concerning her work as an artist and teacher
Dowd, Harriet Miriam North, 1830-1911; Principal and housewife. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1851. Papers consist of correspondence, invitations, and biographical material. Primarily discussing her daily activities, her career, and her health.
Downer, Sara Boddie, 1896-1987; Physicist, college teacher, and missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1918. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1919-1920, 1934-1935, and 1945-1946. Papers contain correspondence, writings, scrapbooks, biographical material, and photographs. Primarily documenting her work as a missionary in China during World War II and her correspondence with Mount Holyoke College President, Mary Emma Woolley.
Drew University Semester in Belgium Records consist of a press release dated December 18, 1969 describing a spring semester 1970 opportunity for college and university students in the United States to study economics in Brussels.
The Mount Holyoke College Economics Department records contain correspondence; reports, 1912- 1991; announcements; departmental publications on economic topics and the Mount Holyoke economics program, 1939-1947; news clippings, press releases and brochures; a departmental history; honors papers of students; examinations (1946-1966), course outlines and syllabi; and photographs.
The records contain two memos concerning the formation of the prize.
Edling, Leila Childs, 1895-1976; Nurse and missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1917. Papers consist of correspondence, primarily documenting her travels to Africa and her subsequent work as a mother and medical missionary in Angola.
The Mount Holyoke College Education Department Records consist of newspaper clippings; a photocopied page from the "Llamarada;" brochures; articles; advertisements; a survey; correspondence; proposals; reports; syllabi; examinations; and photographs.
Eekhoff, Henry Isaac George, b.1879; World War I soldier, farmer, merchant, and gold miner. Papers contain letters and photographs concerning his life in Papua New Guinea and Australia during the Japanese invasions of the island during World War II and photographs of his service in World War I.
These records contain one newspaper clipping from the Holyoke Transcript-Telegram (1992).
Series 1: Registration Day Photographs consists of 33 hand-colored black-and-white photographic portraits of all the people who came into Mayes' office on registration day in 1973. Series II: Photographs of Cole Science Center Offices consists of 31 black-and-white photographs taken during Fall Colloquy in September 1971. While most faculty were at the first faculty meeting, Mayes phtographed their offices on the east side of the newly-opened science center.
Light, Eleanor Bird, 1947-; student, newspaper copy editor. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1969. Papers consist of correspondence, a scrapbook, and a photograph primarily documenting her junior year abroad at the Women's Christian College in Madras, India.
Dwight, Elihu, 1763-1854. Dwight, a physician and entrepreneur, practiced in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Papers contain small pox information; land records; financial records; mining records, blacksmith shop records; notebooks; recipes; and algebra class notes. Records primarily document his business activities, including land investments and trading.
The records of Eliot House contains newspaper clippings, photographs, pamphlets on conferences and information on Eliot House.
Bardwell, Elisabeth Miller, 1831-1899; College teacher and astronomer. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1866. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary teacher, 1866-1896. An instrumental supporter in building the Williston Observatory. Papers consist of correspondence, scrapbook, notebook, travel journal, notes and photographs. Primarily documenting her interest in astronomy and her trip to Europe, all dating between 1874 and 1899.
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