Mount Holyoke College Manuscript Collections
Found in 357 Collections and/or Records:
Jeanne Pinard Bird papers
Bird, Jeanne Yvonne Pinard, 1914-1953; Housewife. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1935 and M.A., 1936. Papers consist of professional records, photographs, newspaper articles, a small watercolor, and a travel diary. Primarily focusing on her experiences while accompanying her husband in Europe at the beginning of World War II.
Jeannette Marks papers
Marks, Jeannette Augustus, 1875-1964; Author and college teacher. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1901-1941. Papers contain correspondence, writings, clippings, and course materials. Primarily documenting her literary career and work at Mount Holyoke through correspondence to faculty and writers and subject files on her theater interests.
Jennie Gilbert Jerome papers
Jerome, Jennie Gilbert, 1888-1979; Student. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1911. Papers contain correspondence, scrapbook, writings, artwork, memorabilia, oral history transcript, biographical information, mah jong game, and photographs. Primarily documenting her experiences as a student at Mount Holyoke including her daily activities, teachers, and special events.
Jerome family papers
Joseph Brodsky collection
Joseph Brodsky, (1940-1996); Russian Poet and Literature professor, Mount Holyoke College. Papers contain a letter, select writings, teaching materials, biographical information and multi-media materials documenting his teaching and life in the Five College community.
Josephine Kingsley Hardy papers
Hardy, Josephine M. Kingsley, -1871; Student. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1857. Papers consist of diaries, compositions, and history class notes principally documenting her life at Mount Holyoke. Also includes commonplace books containing writings by students at Northfield Seminary and elsewhere, ca 1851-1853.
Jules Pascin correspondence
Transcription made by Noriko Iwaya in 1998.
Julia Brooks Spaulding correspondence
Spaulding, Julia Brooks; missionary. Ipswich Female Seminary graduate, 1830. Papers consist of correspondence chiefly describing her activities as a missionary in the Sandwich Islands (now Hawaii) in 1832. Also includes an 1897 letter containing a recollection of Mary Lyon.
Julia E. Ward papers
Ward, Julia E., 1832-1921; teacher and college principal. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1857, teacher, 1857-1883, and Principal, 1862-1883. Papers date from circa 1861-1921 and consist of correspondence, biographical information, and photographs of her. The materials concern both her personal life and her work at Mount Holyoke.
Julie C. Van Camp papers
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.
Karen J. Williams correspondence
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.
Katharine Elizabeth (Betty) Taylor Wells papers
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.)
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.
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.
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.
L. Stanley James papers
Lake Erie College papers
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.
Laura D. Ward papers
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.
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.
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.
Léonie Villard journal
Villard, Léonie; professor at the Université de Lyon, Lyon France. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1937 and 1950-1951. This journal details the political and socio-economic conditions in World War II France contrasting life in the city of Lyon and the nearby countryside. There are only 8 entries for 1941 with none between July 7 and Dec. 26, 1941.
Letter: Balcombe Place, Tuckfield, to Mark Antony Lower
Hankey, James Alexander, Esq., d. 1882. Single letter (1861) to Mark Antony Lower thanking him for the loan of his lectures on the "Bayeux tapestry".
Letters to Rev. and Mrs. Isaac Bird
Letters to Rev. and Mrs. Isaac Bird, 1822-1835; missionaries in Beirut, Lebanon. Correspondence in English and Arabic (with translations) reflects living conditions among Christian missionaries in the Middle East chiefly with regard to their health, general living conditions, and prospects for success among the Nestorians, Muslims and Jews.
Linda Thayer Guilford papers
Guilford, Linda (b. Lucinda) Thayer, 1823-1911; Teacher. Founder of Cleveland Academy, 1860. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1847. Papers contain correspondence, writings, an autograph album, memorabilia, biographical information, and photographs. Primarily concerning her academic and social activities as a Mount Holyoke student and her work as a teacher.
Lithgow, Marion Irene, 1901-1992; student; teacher. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1922. Papers contain a scrapbook, correspondence, biographical information, and a photograph primarily relating to Lithgow's time at Mount Holyoke College. Includes references to her clothing, expenses, sports, motion pictures, academics, political issues, and traditions such as Junior Prom.