Mount Holyoke College -- Associated schools
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Gulick, Alice Gordon, 1847-1903; educator, founder of the International Institute for Girls in Spain, missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1867. Papers contain correspondence, writings, biographical information, memorabilia, and photographs and portraits; primarily concerning Gulick's work as an educator and as a missionary in Spain.
International Institute for Girls in Spain. Founded in Santander, Spain, 1877. Papers include brochures, pamphlets, annual reports, and other materials about the institution. Primarily documenting the work of Alice Gordon Gulick, Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1867, in founding the school.
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.
Western Female Seminary, Oxford, Ohio, predecessor to Western College for Women, founded in 1853 by Rev. and Mrs. Daniel Tenney. It's first principal was Helen Peabody, one of Mary Lyon's students. Records consist primarily of notebooks, catalogs, publications, clippings, and photographs (1863-1973) with particular focus on the period 1877-1880.
Women's Christian College. Founded in Madras, India, 1915. Collection consists of minutes from Council meetings, publications, Mount Holyoke alumnae files pertaining to fundraising, anniversary materials, and photographs.