New London County Historical Society
Papers relating to the founding of Connecticut College -- Consists of copy of part of his diary and correspondence with Morton F. Plant, George S. Palmer, and Edward S. Harkness, benefactors
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, constitution, bylaws, faculty and staff minutes, curriculum, catalogs, student files, and other materials, relating to the school, accreditation, recruitment, National League for Nursing, South Carolina League for Nursing, Winthrop College, U.S. Public Health Service, nursing assignments, and faculty impressions of candidates
University of California, Berkeley
Printed forms, filled in
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, diaries and other autobiographical material, notes, addresses and articles, scrapbooks, and photos, relating to Woolley's tenure as president of Mount Holyoke College (1901-1937), participation in Foreign Missions Conference of North America's Christian Educational Commission conferences in Shanghai and Han-k Ľou (1921), Institute of Pacific Relations conventions in Honolulu (1925 and 1927), and American delegation to Disarmament Conference in Geneva (1932), and, particularly after 1937, speaking engagements at various colleges, women's clubs, Mount Holyoke College alumnae functions, and organizations advocating international peace. Includes Woolley's letters to Jeannette Marks (one-third of collection) and correspondence with Presidents Herbert Hoover, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and William Howard Taft, American Association of University Women, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Cordell Hull, League of Nations Association, League of Women Voters, Francis Perkins, Eleanor ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Official records documenting activities of the branch. Contains files relating to program development activities including implementation of ESEA (U.S. Elementary and Secondary Education Act) Title IV and Title IX in Fargo; the status of math and science in Fargo schools; legislative programs and resolutions covering the ERA, equal employment, and other issues; area preschools; annual tour of homes (1956-1966) and book fair; and topics studied at monthly meetings such as pollution, communism, and women as agents of change. Includes biography of Mary Emma Woolley, president of Mount Holyoke College (Mass.) and the national AAUW (1932)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, biographies, wills, diaries, scrapbooks, genealogical charts, estate records, autograph collection, research notes, financial documents, tributes, drawings, account books, awards, photos, and other materials, relating to Samuel Livingston Mather (1817-1890), his daughter, Katharine Livingston Mather (1853-1939), and sons, William Gwinn (1857-1951) and Samuel (1851-1931) Mather; Samuel's wife, Flora (Stone) Mather (1852-1909); their children, Samuel Livingston (1882-1960), Amasa Stone (1884-1920), and Philip Richard (1894-1973) Mather, and Constance (Mather) Bishop (1889-1969) and her husband, Robert H. Bishop (1879-1955), a physician; and related families, including Benedict, Stone, and Woolson. Topics include the family business, Cleveland Iron Mining Company (later name: Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company); philanthropic work in Cleveland, including the establishment of Flora Stone Mather College, a liberal arts college for women, Western Reserve University, Trinity ... Read More
Clemson University Library
Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, scrapbooks, photos, and other items, relating to Tillman, his activities as governor (1890-1894) of South Carolina, including the establishment of Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina and Winthrop College for women, farmers' movement, agriculture, dispensary system for the sale of alcohol, and regulation of railroads; and as U.S. senator (1895-1918), including the silver question, regulation of monopolies and trusts, development of a strong U.S. Navy, Treaty of Paris (1898), and the Philippine War. Includes 8 v. of extracts from The Congressional Record (1895-1918); stenographer's notebooks (1895-1903); and correspondence, deeds, diaries, and other papers, relating to the Tillman family, including Tillman's parents, Benjamin Ryan Tillman (1803-1849) and Sophia Ann (Hancock) Tillman (1808-1876), his wife, Sally Stark (d. 1927), and children, Benjamin Ryan (1878-1950) and Henry Cummings (b. 1884) Tillman, Margaret Malona (Tillman) Moore (b. ... Read More
Smith Library of Regional History
Material chiefly relating to the Western College for Women (1904-1971) and the Western Female Seminary (1853-1894). Other persons and entities represented include Clara S. Clark and the Western College Alumnae Association
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly travel memorabilia (1881-1912) including journals, guidebooks, postcards, clippings, and photos, relating to Edwards's trips in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and the Middle East; together with correspondence, chiefly letters (1892-1925) to Sarah L. Stow describing her life in South Hadley, college activities, and travels, and providing information on Mount Holyoke alumnae; writings and research materials; biographical material; and scrapbooks
Smith College Archives
Correspondence, essays, mss. of writings, lecture notes, diaries, speeches, newspaper clippings, awards, photos, and miscellaneous materials, documenting Neilson's life and career. Includes materials relating to his years at Smith College (1917-1939); his work on behalf of higher education and women's colleges; his personal life, finances, travel, and family affairs; Neilson and Muser families (including diaries and other papers of his wife, Elisabeth (Muser) Neilson); his career as professor and scholar of English and Scottish literature, including years spent at Harvard, Radcliffe, and Bryn Mawr, his editorship of the Harvard Classics with Charles W. Eliot, duties as editor-in-chief of the second edition of Webster's New International Dictionary, interests in Shakespeare and Burns, and affiliation with scholarly organizations; and activities as administrative adviser to various institutions (Harvard University, Bennington College, New School for Social Research, and others) and ... Read More

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