Mount Holyoke College Record Groups
Found in 289 Collections and/or Records:
The records include a newspaper clipping, and correspondence.
The records contain packets of information and applications for the Program, and one packet of research abstracts (1990).
The records include correspondence and nominations forms.
The records include press releases concerning the Frances L. Haven Prize in Chemistry given by the Genesee Valley Mount Holyoke Alumnae Club.
The records include newspaper clippings, correspondence, a petition (1980), brochures, press releases, directories, newsletters, invitations, and bulletins.
The Mount Holyoke College French Department Records contain newspaper clippings; historical sketches; press releases; flyers; brochures; reports; examinations; play programs; and photographs.
The records from Friends of Art contain newspaper clippings, informational pamphlets, press releases, invitations, and correspondence.
The records of the Friends of Athletics consists of newsletters dated from 1992-1995.
The records of the Friends of Development Committee contain newspaper clippings about the formation of the committee and events it has sponsored.
The records of the Friends of Horticulture consist of a pamphlet and participant list for a conference on Japanese and American horticulture that was held at Mount Holyoke in 1984.
The records of the Friends of Music contains informational and membership pamphlets.
The records of Friends of Rowing contain announcements, articles, programs, annual reports (1976-present), Executive Committee records, and the concert committee records, correspondence (1976-present) and financial records dated (1977-present).
Department of Gender Studies Records primarily concern the Women's Studies Program at Mount Holyoke (predecessor of this department). Materials date from 1984 to the present and consist of reports, student papers, articles, and announcements.
The records contain one press release concerning the 1954 award by the Genesse Valley Alumnae Club.
The records include correspondence and a brief history of the fund.
The Mount Holyoke College Geography and Geology Records consist of a page from the Llamarada, the College yearbook; a page from the Course Bulletin; articles; memoranda; some correspondence; proposals; press releases; clippings; brochures; flyers; reports; examinations; an invitation; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College German Language and Literature Department Records consist of photocopied pages from the Llamarada; lists; articles; brochures; reports; examinations; flyers; advertisements; programs; press releases; and photographs.
These records contain course catalogs (1927-29), posters, a few newspaper clippings, and three photographs.
The records include correspondence, brochures, press releases, poetry, and announcements.
The records contain one press release and one memo concerning the first annual award.
Girls' Basketball Day Camp Records date from 2001-2006, 2009 and consist of brochures describing this week-long summer program at Mount Holyoke.
Girls Leadership Institute Records consist of a newspaper article dates July 21, 2007 describing a two-week summer camp at Mount Holyoke.
Girls' Soccer Day Camp Records date from 2002-2004, 2006 and consist of brochures describing a week-long program at Mount Holyoke.
The records of the Gorse Child Study Center contain calendars of important dates, sample health forms, and clippings about the center.
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.
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.