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This collection is organized in one series.
The Pembroke College Seventy-fifth Anniversary files include records kept by the anniversary committee, Dean Rosemary Pierrel, and the Alumnae Association Committee, which are comprised of minutes, correspondence, reports, and accounts. There are also programs, tickets, invitations, and articles. The material dates from 1965 to 1971.
The Pembroke College Seventy-fifth Anniversary Committee was comprised of representatives from the administration, undergraduates, and alumnae. Mary Louise Record served as the chair. The alumnae sub-committee also acted as a committee of the Alumnae Association of Brown University. The 75th Anniversary Committee first met in the fall of 1965. The celebration began in the fall of 1966 with an arts festival that included an Exhibition of the Herbert and Nannette Rothschild Collection at the Annmary Brown Memorial (for the exhibit catalog, request University Archives 1-ZP -B68h). Grace E. Hawk wrote Pembroke College in Brown University: The First Seventy-Five Years, 1891-1966 (University Archives 1-ZP H3) for the anniversary.
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Pembroke College Seventy-fifth Anniversary files, OF-1E-5zp, Brown University Archives.
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For records of the fiftieth anniversary of Pembroke College see University Archives OF-1E-4zp. For records of the celebration of One Hundred Years of Women at Brown see University Archives OF-1E-6.