Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: RG 27
Abstract Alumnae Biographical Files primarily contain biographical questionnaires, correspondence, articles and other publications, press releases, and notes documenting the lives of Mount Holyoke alumnae.. Also include diaries, letters, notebooks, and other personal materials for these individuals, often describing their experiences as students. Topics discussed by alumnae in these materials include their personal lives and employment in teaching, missionary work, and other fields. There is also...
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MS 0560
Abstract Hale, Harriet Johnson, d. 1865; student and teacher. Ipswich Female Seminary graduate, 1837. Papers contain a notebook of penmmanship examples and letters to family members concerning primarily her schedule, studies, and activities as a student at Ipswich with frequent references to Zilpah P. Grant Banister, Mary Lyon, and to her own ideas about women's education.
Identifier: MS 0755
Abstract Hardy, Mary McLean, 1831-1927; Student and teacher. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1852. Papers contain notebooks, writings, an autograph album, biographical information and a photograph. Primarily document her studies at Mount Holyoke (1850-1852), the University of Chicago (1893-1894) and the University of California (1898-1900), her experiences at the World's Columbian Exposition (1893), and her research into the genealogies of the Gregory, McLean and Talcott families.
Identifier: MS 0572
Abstract Nutting, Mary Olivia, 1831-1910; Librarian. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1852. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary staff member, 1870-1901. Papers consist of correspondence, account books, diaries, books written by Nutting, a notebook, and photographs. Primarily documenting her daily activities as a student at Mount Holyoke and her plans for Peterson's Lodge faculty apartment house.
Identifier: MS 0715
Abstract Holden, Sarah Daniels Packard, 1827-1907; Student. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary graduate, 1846. Papers contain journals, correspondence, notebooks, biographical information, a diploma, and photographs. Primarily pertaining to her daily activities and social events at Mount Holyoke.