Mount Holyoke College Record Groups
Found in 289 Collections and/or Records:
The Office of Publications was established in 1928.
The Origins and Governance Collection brings together materials concerning the creation and administration of Mount Holyoke College, an institution for the higher education of women that was founded by Mary Lyon, granted a charter as Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, and opened in 1837. Materials date from 1834 to the present and include a ledger notebook, charters, acts, regulations, minutes, planning documents, publications, speeches, questionnaires, drawings, and photographs.
The records contain nomination forms for the award.
The records of the parking coordinator includes an information packet on vehicle registration, parking and traffic regulations.
The records contain one newspaper clipping concerning a visit by Holyoke's Donahue Elementary School students to the Mount Holyoke Chemistry Department.
The records include one letter written by Paul F. Saintonge concerning the statement which accompanied the prizes.
Phi Beta Kappa Prize Records consist of an announcement (1959) and letter (1988) describing a prize offered by the Mount Holyoke chapter of this national organization to students in recognition for "excellence in any field.”
The Mount Holyoke College Philosophy and Psychology Department Records consist of course descriptions; a photocopy from the Llamarada; articles; memoranda; reports; examinations; course outlines; syllabi; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College Philosophy Department Records contain articles; drafts; reports; examinations; syllabi; press releases; biographical sketches; flyers; and photographs.
The records contain one letter written to Theodore S. L. Perlman concerning the 1973 recipient of the prize.
The Mount Holyoke College Physics Department Records contain reports; articles; memoranda; newsletters; news clippings; booklets; brochures; press releases; announcements; lists; a grade book; examinations; notebooks; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College Physiology Department Records consist of brochures; programs; outlines; articles; memoranda; lists; reports; correspondence; drawings; examinations; manuals; press releases; and photographs.
The records contain two newspaper clippings concerning Pervis Ellison and Al Attles visits to the Planned Learning Achievement for Youth Camp.
The Mount Holyoke College Plant Science Department Records contain lists; advertisements; reports; and photographs.
Postbaccalaureate Studies Program Records date from 2002-2003 and 2008-2009 and consist of brochures and an application form relating to a program which allows students to prepare for careers in the health professions.
Mount Holyoke College Principals and Presidents Biographical Files, ca. 1875-, contain correspondence, curriculum vitae and resumes, press releases, books, newspaper and magazine articles, writings, recollections, genealogical information, obituaries, tributes, notes, audiocassettes, video recordings, DVDs, compact discs, and photographs relating to individuals who have served as principals and presidents of the College.
Mount Holyoke College Principals and Presidents Reports, 1867-1985, containing information about academic and administrative matters, the activities of faculty and students, and improvements to facilities and the campus.
Records of the Proxy Committee, established in 1974 to monitor the investments of Mount Holyoke College, date from 1973-1996 and consist of minutes and agenda, reports, correspondence, questionnaires, notes, statements, resolutions, articles, publications, proxy voting records, and records of the faculty advisory Committee on Social Responsibility. Most of these materials concern the College's investments in South Africa.
Psychobiology Program records date from 1979-1993 and primarily consist of annual reports discussing course offerings and majors. Materials also include a handbook for majors and faculty in the program, 1984.
The Mount Holyoke College Psychology and Education Department Records contain articles; outlines; tests; newspaper clippings; announcements; reports; flyers; press releases; applications; speeches; handbooks; notices; brochures; and photographs.
These records contain two brochures which give a description of the program and outline application procedures.
The records include correspondence, advertisements, newspaper clippings, reports, press releases, and photographs (1947-54).
The Mount Holyoke College Religion Department Records consist of articles; sketches; lists; newspaper clippings; press releases; statements; announcements; memoranda; questionnaires; reports; minutes; correspondence; financial records; notes; examinations; syllabi; programs; brochures; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College Romance Languages and Literatures Department Records contains a photocopied page from the Llamarada (the College yearbook); reports; grade books; a scrapbook including newspaper clippings and photographs; an advertisement; and a program.
Romance Languages and Literatures Program Records date from 1974-1986, 1991-1993 and primarily consist of annual reports discussing majors and the curriculum. Materials also include a leaflet (1990) describing "Foreign Languages" at the College.
Personal and professional documents concerning Roswell G. Ham include correspondence from 1937-1981.
The records include newspaper clippings which discuss the founding and mission of the Row as One Camp.