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Marion Edwards Park Papers

1970-02

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Summary Information

Repository:
Bryn Mawr College
Creator:
Park, Marion Edwards
Title:
Marion Edwards Park Papers
Date [inclusive]:
1922-1942
Call Number:
1970-02
Extent:
18 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Marion Edwards Park Papers consist mainly of the subject files and correspondence of marion Edwards Park, who served as president of Bryn Mawr College from 1922 to 1942.
Cite as:
Papers of Marion Edwards, Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library.
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Biography/History

Marion Edwards Park was born in 1875 in Gloversville, NY. She arrived at Bryn Mawr College in 1894 as a freshman in the class of 1898. She distinguished herself as a scholar, winning the college's European Fellowship upon her graduation, the college's highest academic honor at that time. After spending a year at the University of Chicago in 1900, she spent two years at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. she also studied at Colorado College and Johns Hopkins University, earning her PhD in classics from Bryn Mawr College in 1918.

Park's career in academia began with a teaching position at Miss Wheeler's School in Providence. She served as dean of Simmons College from 1918 to 1921, and dean at Radcliffe from 1921 to 1922.

In 1922 Park became president of Bryn Mawr College on the retirement of M. Carey Thomas, a position she would retain for the following twenty years. During her tenure she significantly increased entollment, broadened the curriculum, and expanded cooperation with Haverford, Swarthmore, and the University of Pennsylvania. Although she was in office during the difficult years of the Depression, she helped the college attract the gifts and contributions that enabled it to construct four buildings. Bryn Mawr's science center was later named after her.

Park retired in 1942. She died in 1960 at Jordan Hospital in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Scope and Contents

The Marion Edwards Park Papers consist of the materials that were kept in her secretary's office in Bryn Mawr College's Taylor Hall while Park served as president. They consist of subject files and correspondence files arranged in alphabetical order and stored in thirty-five document boxes. In addition, there is one document box containing miscellaneous biographical material, personal letters, and reprinted information.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Bryn Mawr College

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research. Records containing personal or confidential student information may be used subject to the discretion of the president of the college.

Use Restrictions

The Marion Edwards Park Papers are the physical property of the Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heris or assigns.

Custodial History note

These papers were transfered to the Archives of Bryn Mawr College from office of the president of Bryn Mawr College.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • School records
Subject(s)
  • School management and organization--United States.
  • Schools--Pennsylvania.
  • Undergraduates--United States.
  • Universities and Colleges--China.
  • Women - education
  • Women college students--China.
  • Women in education
  • Women--Education--Pennsylvania.

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Collection Inventory

Park, Marion Edwards. Series I. Miscellaneous Biographical material, Personal Letters, Reprinted Information.

Biographical/Historical note

Born in New England in 1876, Marion Edwards Park received her A.B., M.A. and PhD from Bryn Mawr College. She became president of Bryn Mawr College in 1922, following a period of teaching and five years in academic administration at Bryn Mawr, Simmons and Radcliffe colleges. She served as president of Bryn Mawr College until 1942. During her administration the college's curriculum was broadened in subjects and teaching methods, the Graduate School was strengthened and the number of students and faculty increased, despite that she served during the Depression and the outbreak of World War II. she died in 1960.

Scope and Contents note

The bulk of materials are subject files taken from Park's office in Taylor Hall following her retirement. Subjects are arranged in alphabetical order. There are also miscellaneous biographical materials, personal correspondence, and speeches.

Cite as:
Cite as Papers of Marion Edwards Park, College Archives, Bryn Mawr College, Special collections.
Conditions Governing Use note

The Marion Edwards Park Papers are the physical property of Bryn Mawr College Special Collections. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the author's legal heirs and assigns.

Conditions Governing Access note

The collection is open for research.

Custodial History note

Materials were removed from the president's office in Taylor Hall following the retirement of Marion Edwards Park and the establishment of a college archives at Bryn Mawr College.

Controlled Access Headings
Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence.
Geographic Name(s)
  • Bryn Mawr (Pa.)
Occupation(s)
  • Academia.
Subject(s)
  • Bryn Mawr College-- Alumni and alumnae.
  • Undergraduates--United States.
  • Universities and Colleges--China.
  • Women - education
  • Women in education
Box
1
Box Folder

Miscellaneous, nd.

1 1

Inauguration, 1922.

1 2

Letter to [Dr.] Auchincloss, nd.

1 3

Letters to Frances F. Jones, 1937-1959.

1 4

Letters to Frederica de Laguna, 1958-1959.

1 5

Letters to Laurence Stapleton and Bettina Linn, 1943-1959.

1 6

Letters to Margaret and Katharine Lord, nd.

1 7

Letters to Josephine Goldmarsh, nd.

1 8

Miscellaneous Recollections, nd.

1 9

Reprints, nd.

1 9

Speeches, nd.

1 10

Series II. Office Files, 1922-1942.

Box
Box 1.
1
Box

Abaecherli, Aline. 1 Folder.

1

Abbot Academy. 1 Folder.

1

Academic Committee.

1

Academic Council.

1

Academic Gowns.

1

Academic Freedom.

1

Academy of Natural Sciences.

1

Acceleration Program.

1

Achievement Tests.

1

Addams, Jane.

1

Administration.

1

Admissions.

1

Air Raids.

1

Akeley, Mary I. Jobe.

1

Aldridge, Mrs. Talbot.

1

Allen, Judge Florence E.

1

Alumnae (General).

1

Alumnae Association.

1

Alumnae Association-Council.

1

Alumnae Association-Deanery.

1

Alumnae Association-Secretary.

1

Alumnae Bulletin.

1

Alumnae, College.

1

Alumnae Director.

1

Alumnae Fund.

1

Alumnae Register.

1

Alumnae Weekend.

1

American Academy of Political & Social Science.

1

American Association of University Professors.

1

American Association of University Women.

1

American Chemical Society.

1

American Council of Learned Societies.

1

American Council on Education.

1

American Excavation Committee.

1

American Friends Service Committee.

1

American Legion.

1

American Philosophical Society & American Philosophical Association.

1

American Scandinavian Foundation.

1

American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

1

American Schools of Oriental Research.

1

American University Women's Paris Club.

1

Animals-Rules on Keeping in Halls.

1

Ann Elizabeth Sheble Lecture Fund.

1

Ann Howard Shaw Memorial Foundation.

1

Anna Howard Shaw Foundation Lectures, 1933-34.

1

Anna Howard Shaw Foundation Lectures, 1934.

1

Anna Howard Shaw Foundation Lectures, 1937.

1

Anna Howard Shaw Foundation Lectures, 1938.

1

Anna Howard Shaw Foundation Lectures, 1940.

1

Anna Howard Shaw Foundation Lectures, 1941-1942.

1
Box 2.
Box

Appeals -- For Financial Aid.

2

Appointments Committee.

2

Appreciations.

2

Apprentice Teachers.

2

Archaeological Institute of America.

2

Architects.

2

Architects (Ralph Adams Cram).

2

Architects (Thomas & Martin)-Architects for New Science Building.

2

Art & Archeology Building (Proposed).

2

Arts-Pratical Aspects.

2

Association of American Colleges.

2

Association of College Presidents.

2

Association to Aid Scientific Research Among Women.

2

Athens Hostel.

2

Auchincloss, Barbara.

2

Autographs.

2

Automobiles, Students' Use of.

2

Awards.

2

Baccalaureate.

2

Bailey, Margaret Emerson.

2

Balch, Emily Greene.

2

Balwin Memorial Fund, Juliet.

2

Baldwin School.

2

Bancroft, Gertrude.

2

Banff Conference.

2

Barker, Marjorie (Suit Against College).

2

Barnard College.

2

Barnes, Margaret Ayer.

2

Barnes-Blake Controversy.

2

Barton, Prof. George A.

2

Bascom, Florence.

2

Beck, James M. & Beck, Jean B.

2

Bennington College.

2

Bequests.

2

Bequests, Possible.

2
Box 3.
Box

Berkley Nursery School.

3

Bettws-Y-Coed.

3

Bigelow Memorial Room, Elizabeth.

3

Blair, Mrs. Louis H.

3

Blayney Controversy, Lindsey.

3

Blodgett, Katharine.

3

Bontecou, Eleanor.

3

Book Fund, Class of 1904.

3

Book Plate.

3

Book Shop.

3

Borah, Hon. William E.

3

Borghese, Santa (Donna).

3

Bosanquet, Bernard.

3

Bosanquet, Theodora.

3

Boucher Bequest, Sophie.

3

Bradford Academy.

3

Brandeis, Hon. Louis B.

3

Branson, Dr. Thomas F.

3

Brearley School.

3

Breasted, James Henry.

3

Bree, Germaine.

3

British Consulate.

3

Brock Bequest, Alice Gibson.

3

Brown, Prof. Carleton.

3

Brown, Helen M.

3

Browne, Frances.

3

Brownell Bequests, Harriet M. and Janet L.

3

Brunel, Prof. Roger F.

3

Bryn Mawr College.

3

Bryn Mawr College-Cable Address.

3

Bryn Mawr College-Clubs.

3

Bryn Mawr College-Description.

3

Bryn Mawr College-Endowments [1930].

3

Bryn Mawr College-Finance.

3

Bryn Mawr College-History [1 of 2].

3

Bryn Mawr College-History [2 of 2].

3

Bryn Mawr College-Traditions.

3

Bryn Mawr Excavation (Cilicia), 1933-1935.

3

Bryn Mawr Excavation (Cilcilia), Feb. 1935-No. 1940.

3

Bryn Mawr League.

3
Box 4.
Box

Bryn Mawr Notes and Monographs.

4

Bryn Mawr School (Baltimore).

4

Brynmawr, in Wales.

4

Buck, Pearl S.

4

Budget 1935-36.

4

Budget 1936-37.

4

Budget 1937-38.

4

Budget 1938-39.

4

Budget 1939-40.

4
Bin

Budget 1940-41.

4
Box

Budget 1941-42.

4

Budget 1941-42.

4

Budget 1942-43.

4

Building Needs.

4

Building & Grounds.

4

Bullock, Dr. Walter L.

4

Burrage, Mildred G.

4

Business Administration.

4

Byers, Mrs. William C.

4
Box 5.
Box

Cadbury, Prof. Henry J.

5

Caetani, Gelasio (Ambassador).

5

Calendars.

5

California Schools (Plans for Visits by them March 1941).

5

Campus Ornithology.

5

Canby, Henry Seidel.

5

Canu, Jean M.F.

5

Cappelen-Smith, Karen E.

5

Carey, Dr. Frederick M.

5

Carnegie Corporation (Appeal for Funds for Science Building and Arch. Dept. 1931).

5

Carnegie Corporation.

5

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

5

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

5

Carpenter, Rhys.

5

Cary, Margaret R. (Mrs. C. Reed Cary).

5

Catalogue.

5

Catalog References.

5

Century of Progress (Chicago) 1933 and 1934.

5

Cestre, Prof. Charles.

5

Chase, Arthur Freeburn.

5

Chadwick-Collins, Mrs. J. (Caroline).

5

Chairs.

5

Chapel.

5

Chapin, Helen B.

5

Chaplin School.

5

Charlotte Angus Scott Prize.

5

Charter.

5

Checks Cashed for Students.

5

Chew, Samuel Claggett.

5

Cheyney Training School for Teachers.

5

Children in Apartments.

5

Childs Essay Prize, George W.

5

Chinese Relief.

5

Chinese Scholarship Fund.

5

Choir.

5

Chow May.

5

Clairborne, Mrs. R.W.

5

Clark, Janet H.

5

Class Lists [1938-39].

5

Class of 1907 Room.

5

Classics, Importance of.

5

Collections.

5

College as a Reference.

5

College Cheers.

5

College Club (Boston).

5

College Council.

5
Box 6.
Box

College Entrance Examination Board 1924-1937.

6

College Entrance Examination Board 1937-1938.

6

College Entrance Examination Board (Visit of Mr. Stalnecker Jan. 30 1942).

6

College Houses.

6

College Inn Association.

6

College Membership in Learned Societies.

6

College News.

6

Collins, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hill.

6

Commencement Programs, 1923-.

6

Commencement Speakers.

6

Compton, Pres. Karl.

6

Comstock, Ada.

6

Conant, Prof. Kenneth J.

6

Concerts.

6

Conditions, Entrance.

6

Conference of British & American Professors of English.

6

Confidence, Breach of.

6

Constantinople College of Women.

6

Converse Memorial Fund, Lisa Baker.

6

Coolidge, Mrs. Frederic C.

6

Coolidge, Mary I.

6

Cooperation with Community Interests.

6

Cooperation with other Education Institutions.

6

Cooperative Bureau for Women Teachers.

6

Coordination of the Sciences.

6

Cosmopolitan Club.

6

Courses under U.S. govt.

6

Crabbs, Lela.

6

Cram, Ralph Adams.

6

Crane, Esther.

6

Crane, Marion D.

6

Crenshaw, Prof. James L. [Llewellyn].

6

Criticisms, Adverse and Favorable.

6

Crowder, Grace Meigs.

6

Curie, Marie.

6
Box 7.
Box

Curran, Will.

7

Current Events, Speakers.

7

Curriculum.

7

Curriculum Committee.

7

Curriculum Committee, Undergrad on Cuts.

7

Cutting.

7

Dalton Hall.

7

Dalton Schools.

7

Dances-in Halls.

7

Daniels, Josephus.

7

David, Charles Wendell.

7

Davis, Pres. Herbert.

7

DeBow, Caroline I.

7

De La Mare, Walter.

7

de Laguna, Theodore.

7

Dean, Vera Michaels.

7

Dean of the Graduate School.

7

Deanery.

7

Deanery-Garden.

7

Deans.

7

Defend America Committee by Aiding the Allies.

7

Deficit Fund Appeal.

7

Degrees.

7

Degrees, Conferring of.

7

Degrees, Honorary.

7

Delaware Plan.

7

Delegates.

7

Democratic Convention [1940].

7

Denbigh Hall.

7

Dennis, William C.

7

Departments, Anthropology.

7

Departments, Archaeology.

7

Departments, Art.

7

Department of History of Art.

7

Departments, Biblical Literature.

7

Departments, Biology.

7

Departments, Chemistry.

7

Departments, C. [Carola] W. [Woerishoffer] School of Social Economy and Social Research, 1922-1924.

7

[C.[Carola] W. [Woerishoffer] Graduate Department of Social Economy and Social Research].

7

Departments, C.[Carola] W.[Woerishoffer]. School of Social Economy and Social Research, 1925-1941.

7
Box 8.
Box

Departments, Economics.

8

Departments, Education.

8

Departments, English.

8

Departments, English-Composition.

8

Departments, English-Playwriting.

8

Departments, English-Speech.

8

Departments, French.

8

Departments, Geology.

8

Departments, German.

8

Departments, Greek.

8

Departments, History.

8

Departments, Italian.

8

Departments, Latin.

8

Departments, Mathematics.

8

Departments, Music.

8

Departments, Philosophy.

8

Departments, Physics.

8

Departments, Politics.

8

Departments, Physical Education.

8

Departments, Psychology.

8

Departments, Science.

8

Departments, Spanish-Portuguese.

8

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst.

8

Dewey, John.

8

Dietitian.

8

Diez, Ernst.

8

Directors.

8

Displaced Scholars-Emergency Committee in Aid of.

8

Dissertations.

8

Doctors Degrees-Presentation.

8

Doctors of Philosophy.

8

Dodge Memorial Fund, Grace H.

8

Doerman, Eleanor B. (Mrs. H.J.).

8

Dolgelly.

8

Domestic Relations Court.

8

Donnelly, Lucy M.

8

Drama League Travel Bureau.

8

Drinking.

8

DuPont, Alice Belin.

8

Dudley, Trevania Dallas.

8

Duell, Prentice.

8

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing.

8

Dunne, Eleanor C.

8

Durant, Will.

8
Box 9.
Box

Earp, Canon Ernest C.

9

East House.

9

Educational Clinics.

9

Electricity.

9

Ely, Gertrude.

9

Ely Property.

9

Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars.

9

Emergency Committee in Aid of Displcaed German Scholars.

9

Emergency Nurses Training School.

9

Emlen, Samuel.

9

Emmy Noether Fund.

9

Employees Compensation Insurance.

9

Encyclopaedia Britannica.

9

Encyclopedia Americana.

9

Endowment Funds.

9

Enrollment [1933-1938].

9

Entertainments.

9

Entrance Requirements.

9

Epidemics.

9

Equal Rights Amendment.

9

Ethel Walker School.

9

Examinations-General.

9

Examinations-Comprehensive.

9

Examinations-Conditions.

9

Examinations-Final in Major Subject.

9

Examinations-Preliminary.

9

Examiners, Outside.

9

Exchange Library Services.

9

Exchange Scholars.

9

Executive, Role of.

9

Exhibitions.

9

Faculty-Appointment Contracts.

9

Faculty-Caricatures of.

9

Faculty-Committees.

9

Faculty-Distinguished Members of.

9

Faculty-Free Tuition for Children of.

9

Faculty-Housing.

9

Faculty-Leaves of Absence.

9

Faculty-Outside Work.

9

Faculty-Part-Time.

9

Faculty-Promotions.

9

Faculty-Publications of.

9

Faculty-Representatives.

9

Faculty-Rules.

9

Faculty-Sabbatical Leaves.

9

Faculty-Salaries.

9

Faculty-Secretary of the.

9

Faculty-Special Grants.

9

Faculty-Substitutes.

9

Faculty-Tenure.

9

Faculty-Wives.

9

Faculty and Staff.

9

Fairchild, Mildred.

9

Faukner, Ellen.

9

F.B.I.

9

Federal Aid.

9
Box 10.
Box

Fellowships.

10

Fellowships-Deferred.

10

Fellowships-Foreign.

10

Fellowships-Traveling.

10

Fenwick, Charles G.

10

Fieser, Louis F.

10

Fiesel, Mrs. Eva & Ruth F.

10

Fiftieth Anniversary.

10

Fiftieth Anniversary Fund.

10

Films.

10

Fina, Mr. & Mrs. Ramon.

10

Finance Committee.

10

Finance, College.

10

Financial Study, 1929-1930.

10

Finley, John H.

10

Fires and Fire Captains.

10

Fitz, Delphine.

10

Five Colleges Conference-Correspondence.

10

Five Colleges Conference-Entrance Requirements Discussions.

10

Five Colleges Conference-Minutes of Meetings.

10

Fletcher Memorial, Ruth Emerson.

10
Box 17, various. 1 Box.
Box

May Day, 1924.

17

May Day, 1928.

17

May Day, 1932.

17

May Day, 1936.

17

May Day, 1939.

17

May Day, 1936-1942, Park, Pres. Marion E. Speechless.

17

Medical Staff.

17

Meigs, Cornelia Lynde.

17

Mellon Property.

17

Mellor, Meigs & Howe.

17

Memorial Services.

17

Memorial Tablets.

17

Memorials.

17

Men students.

17

Merion Ave (Prposed Closing of Road Between Rockefeller and Dalton.

17

Merion Hall.

17

Messages Francais.

1

Mexican Bachelor Degree.

17

Mezger, Fritz.

17

Michels, Walter C.

17

Microscopes.

17

Miller, Alec (Sculptor).

17

Miller, Mrs. Helen Hill.

17

Miller, Madge Daniels.

17

Miller Memorial Fund, Charles R.

17

Millikan, Robert A.

17

Million Fund, Helen Lovell.

17

Minority Rights, League for.

17

Miranda, Mrs.

17

Mitchell, Kate L.

17

Modern Language Journal.

17

Morgan, Agnes & Alice.

17

Monograph Series.

17

Montgomery County Emergency Relief Board.

17

Montgomery County Reemployment Committee.

17
Box 11.
Box

Flexner, Abraham.

11

Flexner, Abraham.

11

Flexner, Simon.

11

Flexner Lectures, Mary.

11

Flexner Lectureship Fund, Mary.

11

Foley, John J., & William.

11

"Follow the Gleam".

11

Forbes Book Fund, Margaret.

11

Foreign Policy Assocation.

11

Forsyth, Mrs. George H.

11

Fortune Magazine.

11

Foster, Frank B.

11

Fountain, Elizabeth (Mrs. Gerald).

11

France-1940.

11

Frank, Erich.

11

Frank, Pres. Glen.

11

Frank, Prof & Mrs. Tenney.

11

Freedom, Political.

11

French Government-Gift.

11

French House.

11

Freshman Week [1935-1936].

11

Friends Council on Education.

11

Friends Relief.

11

Funds [1934-1935].

11

Furness, Mr. & Mrs. H.H.

11

Garages.

11

Gardiner, Mary S.

11

Gates, Pres. Thomas S.

11

Gay, Edwin F.

11

Gelhorn, Martha.

11

General Education Board-Appeal to (1922-1929; 1931).

11

General Education Board-Appeal for Funds for Buildings, etc. 1932-1938.

11

General Education Board-Correspondence in re Appeal.

11

German Born Faculty of BMC [Dec. 1940].

11

German House.

11

German Universities-Summer Courses for American Students.

11

Germany (Protests in re Treatment of Jewish and Christian Professors).

11

Gifts, 1925-1935.

11

Gifts, 1936-1942.

11
Box 12.
Box

Gifts Reported by Comptroller and Treasurer.

12

Gildersleeve, Virginia C. [Crocheron].

12

Gillespie-Portrait.

12

Gillet, Joseph E.

12

Gilman, Margaret.

12

Glen, Enid.

12

Gobert, Adrienne C.

12

Goldman, Hetty.

12

Goldman Fund, Julius & Sarah.

12

Goldmark, Josephine.

12

Goldmark, Pauline.

12

Good Friday.

12

Goodenough, Erwin W.

12

Goodhart, Howard L.

12

Goodhart, Phyllis (Mrs. J. Gordon).

12

Goodhart Hall, Majorie Walter.

12

Goodhart Hall, Majorie Walter- Acoustics.

12

Goodhart Hall, Marjorie Walter-Correspondence with Builders, etc.

12

Goodhart Hall-Use for Outside Affairs.

12

Goodhart Hall, Marjorie Walter-Furnishings.

12

Goodrich Plan.

12

Gould, Alice Bache.

12

Graaff, Mrs. Jan de.

12

Grace, Virginia.

12

Graduate Club.

12

Graduate Gowns.

12

Graduate School.

12

Graduate Students.

12

Graduate Students-Pleasure Fund.

12

Grant, Dean Christine (Mrs. Alan F. Grant).

12

Gray, Prof. Howard L. [Levi].

12

Growth of the College.

12

Guggenheim Fellowship.

12

Guiton Case, Jean William.

12

Gummere, Richard M [Mott].

12

Gymnasium.

12
Box 13.
Box

Halls, Director of.

13

Halls, Rents, etc.

13

Ham, Pres. Roswell G.

13

Hamilton, Alice.

13

Hand, Judge and Mrs. Learned (Frances Fincke).

13

Harkness, Edward Stephen-Appeals for Funds.

13

Harriet Randolph Memorial Fund.

13

Hart, Hornell.

13

Harvard University.

13

Haupt, Istar A.

13

Haverford College.

13

Hawkins, Alice M.

13

Hazard, Paul.

13

Headmistresses Conference.

13

Health Department.

13

Hearers.

13

Hedlund, Gustav A.

13

Helburn, Theresa.

13

Helen Schaeffer Huff Memorial Fellowship.

13

Helene & Cecil Rubel Foundation Fellowship.

13

Henriquez Urena, Pedro.

13

Hepburn, Katharine.

13

Herben, Stephen J.

13

Hewitt, Mrs. George W.

13

Hibben, Pres. John G. [Grier].

13

Hiss, Mrs. Alger (Priscilla Fansler).

13

Hockey Field.

13

Holton, Mrs. F. A.

13

Honour Students-Admission to Seminary Rooms.

13

Honours Work.

13

Hoover, Pres. Herbert.

13

Hospitalization Insurance Plans.

13

Hotson, Prof. Leslie.

13

Hotson-Morley Controversy.

13

Housing Committee.

13

Hoyt, Helen Strong.

13

Huber, Irene.

13

Hudson, Manley.

13

Hudson Shore Labor School-Correspondence 1939-1941.

13

Hudson Shore Labor School-Minutes of Meetings and Reports 1939-1940.

13

Hudson Shore Labor School-Minutes of Meetings and Reports, 1939-1940.

13

Hudson Shore Labor School-Minutes of Meetings and Reports 1941-July 1942.

13
Box 14.
Box

Huff, Prof. William Bashford.

14

Hull, Hon. Cordell.

14

Huntington Monograph Fund, Archer M.

14

Hurban, Vladimir S.

14

Hurst, Sandy L.

14

Hymnal, Harvard.

14

Immigration Law.

14

Income Tax-Deductions.

14

Infirmary.

14

Institute for Advanced Study.

14

Institute of International Education.

14

Institute of Pacific Relations.

14

Institute of Public Affairs.

14

Institute of Women's Professional Relations.

14

Institute on Public Assistance.

14

Insurance.

14

Insurance-Group Insurance Plan, 1938.

14

Intelligence Tests.

14

International Federation of University Women.

14

International Student Service.

14

International Students House.

14

Invocation-Commencement.

14

Jackson Bequest, Alice Day.

14

Janney Bequest, Marianna.

14

Jarrett, Cora (Mrs. Edwin S.).

14

Jeanne Quistgaard Prize.

14

Jessen, Myra Richards Jessup, Mr. & Mrs. Philip C.

14

Johns Hopkins University.

14

Johnson, Mrs. Alba B.

14

Johnson, Elizabeth F.

14

Jones, Rufus M.

14

Jourdan Annuity, Minerva S.

14

Junior Year Abroad.

14

Katrina Ely Tiffany Garden.

14

Katrina Ely Tiffany Garden-Contributions.

14

Kelly, Howard A.

14

Keppel, Frederick.

14

King, Georgiana Goddard.

14

King, Samuel A.

14

King, Wyncie.

14

Kingsbury, Susan M.

14

Kingsbury, Susan M-Research Institute.

14

Kirk, Abby.

14

Kobe College.

14

Kohler, E. [Elmer] P.

14

Kohler, Elmer P. (Proposed Memorial Fellowship).

14

Kraus, Hertha.

14
Box 15.
Box

Labor Troubles-Service.

15

Labor Turnover.

15

Laboratory Committees.

15

Ladd, Mrs. William C.

15

Lake, Prof. Kirsopp.

15

Landscape Architect-Mrs. Earl Bailie.

15

Landscape Architect-Olmstead Brothers.

15

Lanscape Architect-Thomas W. Sears.

15

Landscape Committee.

15

Langevin, Imprisonment of.

15

Language Committee.

15

Language Examination.

15

Lantern Night.

15

Lawrence Memorial, Edith.

15

Lawther, Anna B.

15

Leach, Mrs. Jenry G (Agnes) and Mr. Henry G. [Goddard].

15

League of Nations Association.

15

League of Women Voters.

15

Learned Publications, Committee on.

15

Lectures and Lecturers.

15

Legal Education.

15

Lend-Lease Bill (Jan. 1941).

15

Leuba, Prof. James.

15

Lewis, Mrs. Robert M.

15

Liberal Arts Colleges of PA [Pennsylvania], Assn. Of-Senate Bill 598.

15

Library.

15

Library-Committee.

15

Library-Inscription.

15

Library-Offices.

15

Library-Reports of the Librarian.

15

Library-West Wing.

15

Library Company of Philadelphia.

15

Lightning Damage.

15

Linguistics, Proposed Chair of.

15

Linn, Bettina.

15

Loans.

15

Longacre, James Barton.

15
Box 16.
Box

Louvain University.

16

Low Buildings 1922-1931.

16

Low Buildings 1932-1946.

16

Lowes, John Livingston.

16

Loyalty Oath.

16

Ludington, Constance Guyot Cameron.

16

M.A. Requirements-Revision of 1936.

16

M. Carey Thomas Award Fund.

16

M. Carey Thomas Award, Second Jane Addams-Committee of Business 2 May 1931.

16

M. Carey Thomas Award, Second Jane Addams, Invitations 2 May 1931.

16

M. Carey Thomas Award, Third, Dr. Florence R. Sabin, 2 Nov. 1935.

16

M. Carey Thomas Award Fund.

16

M. Carey Thomas Essay Prize.

16

MacAfee, Helen.

16

McBride, Katharine E.

16

MacCracken, Pres. Henry N. [Noble].

16

McIntosh, Mrs. Rustin (Millicent Carey).

16

Maclay, Mrs. Alfred B. (Louise Fleischmann).

16

Madariaga, Salvador de.

16

Maids and Porters.

16

Mail Mistress.

16

Main Line Citizens Association.

16

Maintenance-Wages, etc.

16

Mallory, Whiting Webster History Foundation.

16

Mallory, Whiting Webster Lecture Fund.

16

Mann, Thomas.

16

Manning, Helen Taft.

16

Manning, Acting Pres. Helen Taft-Speeches.

16

Manship, Paul-Bust of Pres. Thomas.

16

Manship, Pauline.

16

Maps.

16

Margaret Kingsland Haskell Fund.

16

Marjorie Walter Goodhart Endowment Fund in History.

16

Marjorie Walter Goodhart Memorial Building Fund.

16

Marjorie Walter Goodhart Memorial Fund.

16

Marriage Counsel.

16

Marriage Statistics.

16

Martin, Sydney E.

16

Marx, Tilde.

16

Mary Flexner Lecture Fund.

16

Masefield, John.

16

Master School of Music Association (Gifts for Music Department).

16

Matriculation Greek and Latin.

16

Maxwell, William.

16
Box 17.
Box

May Day, 1924.

17

May Day, 1928.

17

May Day, 1932.

17

May Day, 1936.

17

May Day, 1939.

17

May Day, 1936-1942, Park, Pres. Marion E. Speeches.

17

Medical Staff.

17

Meigs, Corelia Lynde.

17

Mellon Property.

17

Mellor, Meigs & Howe.

17

Memorial Services.

17

Memorial Tablets.

17

Memorials.

17

Men students.

17

Merion Avenue (Proposed Closing of Road between Rockefeller and Dalton).

17

Merion Hall.

17

Messages Francais.

17

Mexican Bachelor Degree.

17

Mezger, Fritz.

17

Michels, Walter C.

17

Microscopes.

17

Miller, Alec (Sculptor).

17

Miller, Mrs. Helen Hill.

17

Miller, Madge Daniels.

17

Miller Memorial Fund, Charles R.

17

Millikan, Robert A.

17

Million Fund, Helen Lovell.

17

Minority Rights, League for.

17

Miranda, Mrs.

17

Mitchell, Kate L.

17

Modern Language Journal.

17

Morgan, Agnes & Alice.

17

Monograph Series.

17

Montgomery County Emergency Relief Board.

17

Montgomery Country Reemployment Committee.

17
Box 18.
Box

More, Paul Elmer.

18

Morley, [Pres.] Felix.

18

Morrow, Mrs. Dwight W.

18

Mount Holyoke College.

18

Moving Pictures.

18

Muller, Valentin K.

18

Musicians' Union.

18

Naples Table.

18

Nason, John W.

18

National Association for American Speech.

18

National Association of Principals for Schools for Girls.

18

National Committee for Mental Hygiene.

18

National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War.

18

National Defense-College.

18

National Foundation for Education in American Citizenship.

18

National Planning Board.

18

National Research Council.

18

National Youth Administration.

18

Neall, Adelaide W.

18

Neighbors.

18

Neilson, Pres. William A.

18

Netherland-America Foundation.

18

New Book Room.

18

New England Regional Scholarship Committee.

18

New School for Social Research.

18

New York Times.

18

New York Times Current Events Contest.

18

Newton, Mrs. A. Edward.

18

Nicoll, Allardyce.

18

Nicolson, Dean Marjorie [Holland].

18

Noether, Emmy.

18

North House.

18

Norton, Lucy Washington.

18

Nurses' Training Camp, Red Cross, 1941.

18

Nursing, Summer School of, 1942.

18

Oath of Allegiance.

18

O'Conor, Morreys J.

18

Office National des Universites et Ecole francais.

18

Offices.

18

Official Traveling.

18

Ogilvie, Ida.

18

Openhym, Mrs. George J.

18

Oppenheim, Jane.

18

Orchestra.

18

Organ.

18

Ormandy, Eugene.

18

Otey, Mrs. Dexter.

18

Ottendorfer Fund.

18

Palmer, Memorial Fund, Mary E. Scribner.

18

Pan American Union.

18

Panofsky, Erwin.

18

Parde, Marcelle.

18

Parents' Council.

18

Park, Dr. Edwards.

18

Park Hall.

18

Park, Pres. Marion E.

18

Park, Pres. Marion E., Appreciations of.

18

Park, Pres. Marion E., Honorary Degrees.

18

Park, Pres. Marion E., Inauguration (1922).

18

Park, Pres. Marion E., 1942 Fund.

18

Park, Pres. Marion E., Outside Activites.

18

Park, Pres. Marion E., Outside Contacts.

18
Box 23, various. 1 Box.
Box

President, Selection of, Names Suggested, N-S.

23

President, Selection of, Names Suggested, T-Y.

23

President's Fund.

23

President's House.

23

President's Name as Reference.

23

President's Reports.

23

[President's] Report to the Board of Directors of Bryn Mawr College, 1935-36.

23

President Park from the Dean of the College, Dean of the Graduate School, Librarian, and Director of Publications.

23

President's Report, 1940-1941.

23

Princeton-Bryn Mawr Christmas Cantata, 1939.

23

Prizes.

23

Progressive Education Association.

23

Progressive Education Association-Commission on the Relation of Schools and College-Correspondence.

23

Progressive Education Association-Commission on the Relation of Schools and College-Reports.

23

Progressive Experiments of Schools and Colleges.

23

Prokosch, Prof. Eduard.

23

Protests.

23
Box 19.
Box

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Portrait by Charles Hopkinson.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Allegheny College.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Alumnae Bulletin.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Alumnae Council.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Alumnae Dinner.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Alumnae Luncheon.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Alumnae Weekend.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Ambler School of Horticulture.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-American Association of University Women.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Association of American Colleges.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Balch, Emily Greene Luncheon.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Baldwin School.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Bronxville Parents & Teachers Association.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Chapel.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Chapin School Commencement.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Chicago District, Girls Private Schools of March 1937.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Chinese Scholarship Dinner.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Classical Association of the U.S.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-College Assembly.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Colorado College.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Commencement 1923-1929.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Commencement 1931-1936.

19

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Commencement 1937-1942-44.

19
Box 20.
Box

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Concord Academy, Connecticut College, Duke University.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Educational Records Bureau.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-European Fellowship, 1931-1939.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Fellowship Day-1941-1942.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Ferry Hall Commencement.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Fiftieth Anniversary, 1-2 November, 1935.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Girl Scount Convention, Graduate Reception, Greensboro College, Goodhart Hall Dedication.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Inauguration, [20 October] 1922.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-League of Nations, League of Women Voters, Lincoln's Birthday Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Lincoln's Birthday Committee.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-M. Carey Thomas Award.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-May Day (1936-1942).

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-May School Commencement, 26 May 1935.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Miscellaneous Notes and Statements.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Montclair Women's Club, Moravian Seminary, National Association of Principals of Private Schools, New York; Bryn Mawr Club, New Jersey College for Women.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Opening Address-Chapel, 1922-1934.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Opening Address-Chapel, 1935-1941.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Opening Address-Chapel, 1935-1941.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Packer Institute, Park Dinner, Pennsylvannia.

20

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Public Relation to.

20
Box 21.
Box

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches, Radcliffe College, Richmond Virginia, Schoolmen's Week, St. Catherine's School, Schoolmen's Week.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Seven Colleges Dinner, Simmons College, Smith College, Sophie Newcomb College.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-South Philadelphia High School for Girls, Swarthmore, Sweet Briar Colleges, Tracy Memorial.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Speeches-Wheeler's School, Miss; Wilson College, Winsor School, Quita Woodward Wing, Library, World's Work.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Trustee of Hollins College.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Western Trip, 1935.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Western Trip (1935), Correspondence.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Western Trip, (1935), Publicity.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Western Trip, (1935), Schedules and Schools.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Western Trip, (1939-1941).

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Western Trip (1939-1941), Correspondence.

21

Park, Pres. Marion E.-Writings.

21

Park, Pres. Emerita Marion E.-Speeches-Graduate Fellowships.

21

Park, Pres. Emerita Marion E.-Speeches-European Fellowship Speech (1940).

21

Parkhurst, Mrs. Fredric A.

21

Patents.

21

Pay Day.

21

Peabody Bequest, Fanny R.S.

21

Peace Chest.

21

Pembroke.

21

Pembroke Windows.

21

Pen Y Groes Alterations.

21

Pendleton, Pres. Ellen Fitts.

21

Penn, Anniversary on the Sailing of William Penn, 1932.

21

Pennsylvania, Elections Association.

21

Pennsylvania State Education Association.

21

Pennsylvania, University of.

21

Pennsylvania, University of, Board of Graduate Education and Research, 1933-June 1942.

21

Pennsylvania, University, of, General Correspondence.

21

Pensions.

21

Perkins, Hon. Francis.

21

Ph.D Examinations.

21

Ph.D Requirements.

21

Phebe Ann Thorne School, 1920-1926.

21
Box 22.
Box

Phebe Ann Thorne School, 1927-1940.

22

Phebe Ann Thorne School, Association Minutes 1922-1930.

22

Phebe Ann Thorne School,Correspondence 1924-1930.

22

Phi Beta Kappa.

22

Philadelphia Award.

22

Philadelphia Bureau of Occupations.

22

Philadelphia Conference on City Government.

22

Philadelphia High School for Girls.

22

Philadelphia Orchestra Concert, 1928-29-1940.

22

Philadelphia Suburban Transit Company.

22

Physical Education, Department of.

22

Pianos.

22

Pinchot, Gov. Gifford.

22

Plagiarism.

22

Plan of Government.

22

Planting.

22

Plays.

22

Police, Cooperation of.

22

Political Controversy-Stokes vs. Park.

22

Pollack Memorial Book Fund, Louise Hyman.

22

Portraits.

22

Positions, Science-Held by Former Students.

22

Post Office.

22

Power House.

22

Power Plant.

22

President, Powers of.

22

President, Selection of.

22

President, Selection of, Names Suggested, A-D.

22

President, Selection of, Names Suggested, E-M.

22
Box 24.
Box

Public Affairs Committee, Regarding Broadcast, March 18, 1939.

24

Public Affairs, Education for.

24

Public Assistance Employment Board.

24

Public Assistance, Philadelphia Area Citizens' Committee on.

24

Public Health Studies, Prize for.

24

Public Instruction, Department of.

24

Public Instruction, Department of-Reports of Bryn Mawr College (1922-23-1941-42).

24

Public Speaking, Course in.

24

Publications, Scientific.

24

Publicity.

24

Putnam, Bertha Haven.

24

Quarantine.

24

Questionnaires-File Missing.

24

Quistgaard, Jeanne and J.W. de Rehling.

24

Quistgaard, Memorial Prize, Jeanne.

24

Quita Woodward Wing, Library.

24

Racial Discrimination.

24

Radcliffe College.

24

Radios.

24

Radnor Hall.

24

Rare Book Room.

24

Raymond Rich Associates.

24

Read, Conyers.

24

Readers.

24

Readmission.

24

Recommendations, Bureau of.

24

Record Library, Music.

24

Red Cross.

24

Red Cross Camp.

24

Reed, Lois A.

24

Refugees.

24

Regional Scholarships.

24
Box 25.
Box

Registrar.

25

Reilly, Marion.

25

Reilly, Bequest and Endowment Fund, Marion.

25

Religious Life.

25

Religious Tolerance.

25

Reorganization-Administration.

25

Research Fund.

25

Residuary Legatee-Legal Form.

25

Reunion Gift of the Class of 1898.

25

Reunion Gift of the Class of 1920.

25

Rhoads, Charles, J.

25

Rhoads Hall.

25

Richards, I.A.

25

Richter, Gisela B.

25

Riegel, Ella.

25

Rieser, Catherine.

25

Robbins, Caroline (Mrs. Stephen J. Herben).

25

Rockefeller, John D., Jr.

25

Rockefeller Institute [for Medical Research].

25

Rockefeller Memorial, Laura Spelman.

25

Rogers, Agnes L.

25

Roman Club House.

25

Roosevelt, Jr., Colonel and Mrs. Theodore.

25

Roosevelt, Eleanor and Franklin D.

25

Rosemary Hall.

25

Rosenau, Proposed Memorial Bench, Myra F. (Mrs. Milton J.).

25

Rosenwald, Lessing, J.

25

Rostovtzeff, M.

25

Rubel, Helen.

25

Rufus, M. Jones.

25

Rumors.

25

Russell, Lillian.

25

Russian.

25
Box 26.
Box

Sabin, Florence R.

26

Salary Averages [of various colleges].

26

Salary Endowment Fund (1920).

26

Scattergood, J. Henry.

26

Schenck, Eunice Morgan.

26

Scholars, Foreign.

26

Scholars, Regional.

26

Scholarships.

26

Scholarships, Establishment of.

26

Scholarships-Paul Hazard (1930-1931).

26

Scholastic Aptitude Test.

26

School of Citizenship.

26

Schools, Preparatory.

26

Schurz Memorial Foundation, Carl.

26

Science Building, New.

26

Science Building, Proposed (1933).

26

Science Majors.

26

Science, Philosophy and Religion, Conference on Science, Philosophy, and Religion in their Relation to the Democratic Way of LIfe (1940).

26

Science Positions Held by Bryn Mawr Graduates.

26

Scott, Charlotte Angas.

26

Scott Prize in Mathematics, Charlotte Angas.

26

Scull, David.

26

Scull, William Ellis.

26

Scull Property.

26

Seal, College.

26

Seeyle, Mrs. Laurens H.

26

Self Government.

26

Self Government, Graduate.

26

Selincourt, E. de.

26

Senate, Judicial Committee.

26

Senior Year Book.

26

Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley.

26

Sesqui-Centennial [Exhibition].

26

Seven Colleges, 1926-29.

26
Box 27.
Box

Seven Colleges, 1930-1932.

27

Seven Colleges, 1933-1934.

27

Seven Colleges, Alumnae Committee of, 1934-38.

27

Seven Colleges, Alumnae Committee of, 1939-1940.

27

Seven Colleges, Conference, 1941.

27

Seven Colleges, Minutes of Meetings, 1926-1941 (various years).

27

Seven Colleges, Publicity.

27

Seven Year Plan (March 1931).

27

Sex Education.

27

Sheble Lectureship Fund, Ann Elizabeth.

27

Sherman Memorial Scholarship Fund, Mary Williams.

27

Shipley, Dorothea C.

27

Shipley Bequest, Hannah Taylor.

27

Shipley, Samuel.

27

Shipley School.

27

Shippen, Katherine.

27

Shoe, Lucy T.

27

Shorey, Mrs. Paul.

27

Shorey Memorial, Paul.

27

Sigma Xi.

27

Sikelianos, Mme. Eva.

27

Simmons College.

27

Skinner, Cornelia O. (Mrs. Alden Blodget).

27

Skinner Estate, Otis.

27

Slade, Mrs. F. Louis (Caroline McCormick).

27

Slaughter, Martha Frances.

27

Sloan Bequest, Mary.

27

Sloane, Joseph Curtis.

27
Box 28.
Box

Smith, Hilda Worthington.

28

Smith, Professor & Mrs. William R. (Marion Parris).

28

Smoking.

28

Smoking-Correspondence.

28

Social Science Research Council.

28

Social Security.

28

Sound Films.

28

Sound Projector.

28

Spanish Child Feeding Mission.

28

Speed, William S.

28

Speer, Margaret Bailey.

28

Sprague, Arthur C.

28

Squash Couters-Fathers' Fund.

28

Staff-Salaries.

28

Stalnaker, John M.

28

Stapleton, Laurence.

28

State Council of Higher Education.

28

State Council of Education-Higher Class Teachers.

28

State Welfare Commission.

28

Station Wagon.

28

Statistics-Class of 1944.

28

Statistics, Freshmen and Graduate (1927-28--1931).

28

Statistics, Freshmen (1932-1936, 1940).

28

Statistics (Freshmen Statistics-Chapel, October 1936-1940).

28

Statistics-Miscellaneous.

28

[Statistics Financial].

28

Stealing.

28
Box 29.
Box

Stearns, Isabel.

29

Stoddard, Alice Bartlett.

29

Stokes, Francis J.

29

Stokse, May Egan (Mrs. J. Stogdell), Letters of, Marion Park, Roger Wells.

29

Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stogdell.

29

Stokes, S. Emlen.

29

Stokowski, Evangeline (Mrs. Leopold).

29

Stokoski, Leopold.

29

Stoneleigh Prospect Hill School.

29

Straight Fund, Dorothy Whitney.

29

Strauss, Mrs. Berthold.

29

Streeter, Mrs. Thomas W. (Ruth Cheney).

29

Dr. Marjorie J.

29

Stuart, Barbara.

29

Student Opinion.

29

Student Organizations.

29

Student-Accidents.

29

Students-Appointments.

29

Students-Bills.

29

Students-Chinese.

29

Students-Deaths.

29

Students-Exclusions, 1922-1925.

29

Students-Exclusions, 1926-1930.

29

Students-Exclusion, 1931-1936.

29

Students-Exclusions, 1937-1942.

29

Students-Expenses.

29

Students-Foreign.

29

Students-Housing in Vacation Periods.

29

Students-Japanese.

29

Students-Molesting of.

29

Students-Opinion.

29
Box 30.
Box

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry-Reports, Minutes, etc.

30
Box 31.
Box

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, 1921-1925.

31

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, 1926-1933.

31

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, Jan-Dec 1934.

31

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, Jan.-Apr. 1935.

31

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, May-Dec. 1935.

31

Summer School [for Women Workers in Industry] Board.

31

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, 1934-35, from files of Hilda [Worthington] Smith.

31
Box 32.
Box

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, Feb.-Dec. 1936.

32

Summer School [for Women Workers in Industry], Jan. 1936-1939.

32

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry-Correspondence, Jan.-Dec. 1936.

32

Summer School [for Women Workers in Industry]-Correspondence, 1937-July 1938.

32

Summer School [for Women Workers in Industry]-Correspondence, Sept 1938-1939.

32

Summer School [for Women Workers in Industry]-Minutes of Meetings, Jan.-Oct. 1937.

32

Summer School [for Women Workers in Industry]-Minutes of Meetings, 1937-1938.

32

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry-Survey of Years 1928-1938.

32

Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, Undated.

32

Superintendent.

32

Surette, Thomas Whitney.

32

Survey of College.

32

Susan B. Anthony Memorial Prize.

32

Svedberg, The [Theodor].

32

Swarthmore College.

32

Swimming Pool.

32

Swindler, Mary Hamilton.

32

Symposium.

32

Sze, Sao-Ke Alfred.

32
Box 33.
Box

Tarsus Excavation.

33

Taxation.

33

Taylor, Charles S.

33

Taylor, Irmgard.

33

Taylor, Joseph Wright (founder).

33

Taylor, [Prof.] Lily Ross.

33

Taylor Hall.

33

Taylor Hall Library Stacks.

33

Tea Room, College.

33

Teachers Contributory Retiring Fund.

33

Teachers Insurance & Annuity Association.

33

Teachers' Oath.

33

Telescope.

33

Tennet, Prof. David Hilt.

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Tenney Frank Prize.

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Terrien, Mary Louise.

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Theatre, Bryn Mawr.

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Theatre Workshop, Mrs. Otis Skinner Theatre Workshop.

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Thomas, Arthur H.

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Thomas, Norman.

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Thomas, Pres. M. Carey (Emerita).

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Thomas, Pres. M. Carey (Emertia)-Manship Bust.

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Thomas, Pres. M. Carey-Sargent Portrait.

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Thomas, Pres. Emerita M. Carey (1922-1935).

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Thomas, Pres. Emerita M. Carey-Bequests.

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Thomas, Pres. Emerita M. Carey-Gifts.

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Thomas, Pres. M. Carey (Emerita)-Letters of Condolence on death of.

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Thompson, Dorothy Burr (Mrs. H.A.).

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Thompson, Marjorie L.

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Three College Cooperation-Alumni Dinner.

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Three College Cooperation-Initiation Of.

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Three College Cooperatino-Joint Appointments.

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Three College Cooperation-Latin American Culture & Spanish.

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Three College Cooperation-Minutes of Meetings.

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Three College Cooperation-Music.

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Three College Cooperation-Sciences.

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Three College Cooperation-Social Sciences & Economics & Politics.

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Three College Cooperation-Teachers' Training.

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Ting, Vung-Yuin (Mrs. Ray Chang).

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Tinker, Dorothy.

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Todd, Mrs. Constance L.

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Torres-Rioseco, Arturo.

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Town Hall Club.

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Traffic Control.

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Transfer Students.

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Trees, Class.

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Trustee Conference Lafayette College.

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Trustees.

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Tsuda College.

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Tuberculosis Survey.

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Tuition.

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Tuition-Partial Payment.

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Tutos & Tutoring.

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Undergraduate Association.

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Union Catalog.

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United Charities Campaign.

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U.S.-Education, Bureau of.

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U.S.-Foreign Service.

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University of Chicago.

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University Travel, Bureau of.

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Ursinus College.

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Veblen, Oswald.

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Villa Collina Ridente.

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Visiting Groups, etc.

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Vivisection.

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Vocational Conferences.

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Vocational Information, Joint Committee.

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Wagoner, Dr. Marjorie J.

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Wagoner Memorial, Marjorie J.

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Walker Fund, Esther.

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War Effort.

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War Service- Faculty.

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War Service-Opportunities.

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Ward, Julia.

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Wardens.

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Waterbury, Florance.

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Watson, Edward H.

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Watson, Louise.

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Webster Memorial Lectures, Mallory Whitney.

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Welch, Dr. William W.

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Wellesley College.

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Wells, Prof. Roger H. [Hewes].

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Wheaton College.

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Wheeler, Anna Pell (Mrs. Arthur L.).

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Wheeler School.

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White, Thomas Raeburn.

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White, Mrs. Thomas Raeburn (Dorothy S.).

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White Memorial Lectureship, Horace.

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Whitehead, Alfred North.

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Whittredge, Bequest, Euphemia.

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Who's Who in America.

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Who's Who in the East.

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Widows of Professors.

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Williams, Parker S.

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Williams, Rosalie.

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Willoughby, F.H. Ernest.

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Wilson, Edmund B. & Mrs. Edmund B.

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Wing, Asa S.

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Windsor, Mary.

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Woerishoffer, Mrs. Anna.

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Woman's College Information.

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Women, Distinguished Bryn Mawr.

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Women-Education.

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Women's International League for Peace & Freedom.

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Women's University Club.

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Woodward, Quita-Portrait.

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Woodward Memorial Fund, Quita.

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Wooley, Pres. Mary E.

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Workman Scholarship Fund, Fanny Bullock.

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World Today, The.

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Wrench, Mrs. Emily.

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Wright School.

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Writing Room (Library).

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Wynham.

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Yale University.

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Yarrow.

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Yenching University.

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Yoakam, Mrs. Maynard K.

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Young, Helen Hawthrone.

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Young, Owen D.

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Young Woman's Christian Association.

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Zoology, American Society of.

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