Mount Holyoke College Record Groups
Found in 289 Collections and/or Records:
The Mount Holyoke College Botany Department Records contain correspondence; a photocopied page from the "Llamarada;" newspaper clippings; reports; a journal; a grade book; course descriptions; examinations; and photographs.
Buildings and Grounds Records date from 1836 to the present and provide extensive documentation of the history of Mount Holyoke's campus and facilities. Materials include historical sketches, publications, plans, maps, lists, invitations, guest books, postcards, drawings, compact disks, video recordings, and photographs.
Bureau of University Travel Records consist of itineraries for two summer tours in Europe for Mount Holyoke students: an "Art Appreciation Tour" (1950) lead by professors Marian Hayes and Valentine Giamatti and a "Vacation Tour" (1952) lead by Hayes.
The records of the Career Development Center date from 1901 to the present include annual reports, statistics, newsletters, forms, publications, instructions, recommendations, correspondence, financial records, committee records, photographs, press releases, student files, and questionnaires.
Mount Holyoke College Catalogs, Registers, and Directories are comprised of annual and supplementary catalogues, courses of instruction booklets, handbooks for advisers and new students, summer session catalogues, course evaluations, class schedules, calendars, registers of teachers and students, and directories. These materials describe academic requirements and the curriculum, document events at the school, and provide information about students, faculty, and administrators.
The records of Central Services contains an invitation for a open house to visit the new facilities.
The records of the Chapel includes hymnals, special programs and events including order of worships from 1900 to the present.
The records contain an outline of the contest rules, and press releases.
Consist of reports, correspondence, minutes and agenda, course records, research records, subject files, questionnaires, records concerning programs and events, historical sketches, brochures, announcements, lists, films, lantern slides, glass slides, and photographs documenting the Department's history, administration and activities from 1890 to the present.
The Mount Holyoke College Classics Department Records contain lists; newspaper clippings; advertisements; play programs and scripts; brochures; scrapbooks; press releases; reports; and photographs.
The records contain two newspaper clippings describing the formation of the prize fund and the first year's recipient.
Records of the Committee of Nine, established as the Committee of Four in 1934 to select a successor for Mary Emma Woolley as President of Mount Holyoke College and enlarged to nine members in 1935, consist of minutes, correspondence, reports, petitions, questionnaires, surveys, speeches, lists, newspaper and magazine articles, press releases, and publications. Most materials concern the controversy over the selection of Roswell Gray Ham as Mount Holyoke's first male president.
Records of the Committee on Buildings and Grounds, established in 1908 as the Building Committee, date from 1929-1996 and chiefly concern the construction and renovation of facilities, improvements to the campus, and the purchase and sale of property at Mount Holyoke College. Materials consist of minutes and agenda, reports, architectural plans, correspondence, financial records, memoranda, and lists.
Records of the Committee on Education, a supervisory Committee of the Mount Holyoke College Board of Trustees established in circa 1924-1925, date from 1963-1993 and reflect the Committee's oversight of the College's educational activities and policies. Records consist of minutes and agenda, correspondence, reports, lists, statistics, biographical sketches and curriculum vitae of faculty, recommendations for faculty appointments and promotions, and annual reviews of academic salaries.
The Committee on Religion and Student Life (earlier, the Committee on Religion) was created in 1965 to consider issues relating to both religion and student behavior at Mount Holyoke College. Records dating from 1966-1972 consist of agenda for meetings, correspondence and memoranda, reports, policy statements, proposals, lists, and statistics.
The Committee on Religion was established in 1959 to examine the religious program at Mount Holyoke College, particularly the controversial requirement that all students regularly attend chapel services on campus. Records date from 1958-1960 and consist of minutes, reports, correspondence, statements, articles and other publications, memoranda, notes, and statistical studies.
Records of the Committee on Resources and Priorities, established in 1975 to advise the Board of Trustees about financial issues and problems affecting Mount Holyoke College, date from 1975-1984, 1988 and consist of agenda, reports, correspondence, financial records, publications, speeches, and graphs.
Records of the Committee on Student Affairs, established in 1968 to encourage student participation in the development of social life regulations at Mount Holyoke College, date from 1968-1993 and consist of agenda and minutes, correspondence, reports, questionnaires, proposals, petitions, drafts, newspaper articles and press releases, memoranda, and lists.
Records of the Committee of Trustees, established in 1982 to replace the Board of Trustees Nominating Committee, concern the selection of new members of the Board as well as commencement speakers and honorary degree recipients at Mount Holyoke College. The records date from 1982-1993 and consist of agenda for meetings correspondence, memoranda, lists, curriculum vitae, and biographical material.
Computer Science Department Records consist of annual reports (1992-1994) discussing course offerings, finances, and staffing.
The records of Computing and Information Systems include annual reports, committee minutes, memoranda, newsletters, announcements, mission statements, conference material, and grant information. The records include material relating to this department and its predecessor organizations such as the Central Records Unit, WANG word processing,
Records of the Conference Committee, established in 1925 to promote cooperation and communication among Mount Holyoke College trustees, faculty members, and students, date from 1942-1955, 1967-1969, 1985-1993 and include minutes, correspondence, reports, questionnaires, surveys, and lists.
The records of the Conference Office include memos; campus announcements; and brochures.
The records contain one press release concerning the foundation of the Cornelia Catlin Coulter Scholar in Classics Award.