Alverno College Library
Collection contains the records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Sr. J. Dolores Brunner (Sr. M. Providentia) dating from 1959 to 1970. The collection largely consists of annual reports, correspondence, faculty memoranda, faculty personnel records, meeting minutes, committee files, grant files and subject files. The records concern accreditation, curriculum changes and proposed changes, student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, consortia memberships, staffing and other administrative issues
Alverno College Library
The collection, dating from 1968, consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, grant files, committee files, personnel files, program files, activity files and subject files. The records concern accreditation, policy issues, expansion plans, financial issues, consortia memberships, staffing and other administrative affairs. Documented in depth are the Assessment Center, Alverno Campus Elementary School, Alverno Alumnae Association, Weekend College Program, Faculty Senate, President's Council, Alverno Board of Trustees, and the Alverno Ability-Based Curriculum
Alverno College Library
The collection, dating from 1948 to 1968, consists of annual reports, correspondence, meeting minutes, grant files, committee files, personnel files, program files, and subject files. The records concern accreditation, general policy issues, plans for physical expansion and moving of the college, financial issues, consortia and organization memberships, sister formation, staffing, and other administrative affairs
Alverno College Library
Collection contains records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Bernarda Handrup dating from 1970 to 1974. The collection largely consists of annual reports, correspondence, faculty personnel records, meeting minutes, committee files, grant files, faculty institute files, and subject files. The records concern continuing accreditation, curriculum changes and proposed changes including competence-based learning (CBL) (now known as Alverno's ability-based curriculum), student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, consortia memberships, staffing and other administrative issues
Alverno College Library
Collection contains the records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Sr. Austin Doherty dating from 1978 until 1991. The collection largely consists of grant records, faculty personnel records, college institute files, meeting minutes, correspondence, faculty workshop records, faculty senate materials, and committee files. The records concern continuing accreditation, ongoing establishment of the Weekend College Program, evolution of the Alverno Learning Process, student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, staffing, and other administrative issues
Temple University - Special Collections Research Center
This collection documents the history of the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women. Administrative records, correspondence, and financial logs demonstrate the school's organization and philosophy. A considerable number of photographs, yearbooks, and scrapbooks provide insight into the students' accomplishments, activities, and viewpoints. Student records, which include correspondence, grades, and a few photographs, make up the bulk of the collection
Alverno College Library
The collection, dating from 1970, contains correspondence, questionnaires, programs, publicity and planning materials documenting Center-sponsored programs such as: Careers for Women Conference, Conference of Women Theologians, Midwest Conference on Women's Studies, Sperry-Hutchison Foundation Lecture Series, Smithsonian Exhibit on Women Workers, Women in Public Life in Wisconsin and the Women's Educational Equity Act Grant Project. There are also subject files, materials from an oral history project (Alverno students were interviewed), Center publications, photographs, and audio and videotapes of some Center-sponsored programming
Alverno College Library
Collection contains records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Robert G. Pitman dating from 1974 to 1978. The collection largely consists of annual reports, correspondence, faculty personnel records, meeting minutes, committee files, grant files, faculty senate materials, and subject files. The records concern continuing accreditation, evolution of the competence-based learning (CBL) curriculum (now known as Alverno's ability-based curriculum), creation of the Weekend College program, student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, consortia memberships and other association memberships, staffing, and other administrative issues
New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
Most of the content of the album is not labeled, but appears to be a collection of photographs related to activities and events of female students at the former theological seminary in Auburn, New York. Students are shown engaged in a variety of activities both on and off campus. Faculty and staff are also featured in a number of images
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Correspondence and other papers of John Lipscomb Johnson, including correspondence of John Lipscomb Johnson, Jr., and the latter's children, Cecil Johnson (b. 1900) and Rachel Johnson (b. 1903). Many letters discuss family matters, social events, and daily activities in Mississippi and Tennessee. Correspondence and other items document Johnson's service at the University of Mississippi and Mary Sharpe College; his compilation of biographies of University of Virginia graduates killed in the Civil War; involvements of members of the Johnson family with Southern Baptist churches; social and academic activities of students at Mississippi Woman's College, 1910s-1930s; Cecil Johnson's career teaching history, primarily at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill; Rachel Johnson's career with the Associated Press in Geneva, Switzerland, in the 1930s and with the U.S. Office of Strategic Services in Italy and North Africa in 1943 and 1945; and other, largely family, matters

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