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Mary Emma Woolley Papers, circa 1845-1947 (Bulk: 1900-1947)
91 boxes (42.29 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 0842 (LD 7082.25 1901)

Abstract:
Woolley, Mary Emma, 1863-1947; college professor and administrator. President of Mount Holyoke College, 1901-1937. Papers contain correpondence; Woolley's published and unpublished speeches and other writings; her diaries, appointment books, and calendars; materials relating to conferences that she attended; scrapbooks; statistics about Mount Holyoke College; materials concerning her inauguration as Mount Holyoke's President; legal documents; honors and awards; memorabilia; books that she owned; biographical information; photographs; and indices. Primarily concern her work as an educator and advocate for world peace.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Restrictions on use:

Use of the collection is governed by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S.C.)

Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections

Biographical Note

Mary Emma Woolley, college professor and President of Mount Holyoke College from 1901-1937, was born on July 13, 1863 in South Norwalk, Connecticut to Joseph Judah Woolley, a Congregational minister, and Mary August Ferris Woolley, a schoolteacher. She attended Mrs. Fannie Augur's school in Meriden, Connecticut until her family moved to Pawtucket, Rhode Island in 1871, when she enrolled in Providence High School. In 1882 she began attending Wheaton Seminary in Norton, Massachusetts, graduating in 1884 and serving as a faculty member there from 1885-1890. She entered Brown University in the fall of 1891 as the first woman to attend the university. She received her A.B. in 1894 and her A.M. in 1895. She served as an instructor, associate professor and professor at Wellesley College from 1895-1899, teaching for and acting as chairman of the Biblical History and Literature Department. During this period, Woolley formed what would be a life-long partnership with Jeannette Augusta Marks, then a student at Wellesley. In 1900, Woolley accepted the position as President of Mount Holyoke College and took office in May of 1901. Her achievements include hiring more faculty with advanced degrees, introducing honors work into the curriculum, expanding the graduate program, successfully raising funds for the College, establishing an academic honors program, eliminating secret societies (sororities), improving the health of students by increasing the physical education requirement, ending the domestic work system, and easing Mount Holyoke's religious exclusiveness. She was an active member of many organizations, serving as the first woman senator of Phi Beta Kappa (1907), chairman of the College Entrance Examination Board (1924-1927), President of the American Association of University Women (1927-1933), and moderator of the Congregational Churches of America (1937). She served as a member of the Foreign Missions Conference of North America Educational Commission to China, which studied Christian higher edu! cation i n that country (1921) and she participated in several major conferences, including the Institute of Pacific Relations conventions (1925 and 1927). In 1932, President Herbert Hoover appointed her to serve as the only woman delegate from the United States to the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments held in Geneva, Switzerland. She retired as President of Mount Holyoke in 1937 after a divisive controversy over the selection of her successor. She lived in Jeannette Marks' home in Westport, New York and remained active, organizing the Committee on the Participation of Women in Post-War Policy during World War II, joining the National Woman's Party, and endorsing the Equal Rights Amendment. In 1944, Woolley suffered a cerebral hemorrhage that left her partially paralyzed. She died on September 5, 1947 in Westport at the age of eighty-four.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Mary Emma Woolley Papers contain correspondence; speeches and other writings by her; autobiographical information; diaries, appointment books and other notebooks; materials relating to her inauguration at President of Mount Holyoke College in 1901 and her participation in numerous conferences; statistics about the College; scrapbooks; legal documents; honors and awards that she received; memorabilia; books that she owned; biographical information about her; sound recordings of two of her addresses; photographs, and a variety of indices. The collection primarily concerns her career as an educator and advocate for world peace. Correspondence (1873-1947, n.d.) chiefly dates from 1899-1947 and concerns her professional activities, particularly her many speaking engagements, her membership in various organizations, and her participation in the Institute of Pacific Relations Conferences (1925, 1927), the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments (1932), and the International Federation of University Women's Council Meeting of 1938. Her writings (1894-1944) include the texts of speeches by her and copies of her published articles and essays. Autobiographical Information (circa1939) compiled by Woolley contains information about her family, education, and experiences. Her Diaries, Appointment Books, and Calendars (1901-1945) contain brief notes about her daily activities. Conference Materials (1921-1938) consists of notebooks, minutes, and other documents reflecting her involvement with several major conferences concerning education or world peace. Scrapbooks (1901-1941) contain newspaper and magazine articles and other materials documenting her professional life. Statistics About Mount Holyoke College (1903-1919) consists of surveys, questionnaires, and other materials relating to the College's personnel, students, curriculum, and facilities. Inauguration Materials (1900-1901) document the ceremony at which Woolley officially became President of Mount Holyoke. Legal Documents (1921-19! 47) incl ude copies of her birth certificate and will and a passport. Honors and Awards (circa 1893-circa 1947, n.d.) include correspondence, certificates, tributes, medals, and other items presented to Woolley during her career. Memorabilia (1884-1946) includes documents and postcards reflecting her participation in the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments and information concerning her pet dogs. Books owned by her (1869-1942) include a copy of a large Bible presented to her father. Biographical Information (1895-1947, n.d.) consists of sketches, articles, essays, obituaries, and tributes describing her life and work. Sound Recordings (1920, 1937, n.d.) consist of copies (in various formats) of an address that she gave in 1920 on the topic of "The Strength of Goodness", a recording from March 23, 1937 labeled "Mt. Holyoke 1837-1937", and an undated recording of a address that Woolley gave to Moun! t Holyoke alumnae clubs. Photographs (circa 1845-1947) include formal portraits, snapshots and glass plate negatives showing Woolley alone or with others, photographs of people and scenes taken during a trip to China in 1921, and an album dating from circa 1945-circa 1870s that contains photographs of unidentified individuals (probably relatives). Indices (circa 1900-1947) consist of card files listing the names of correspondents represented by letters in the collection and the titles of Woolley's speeches and articles.

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Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Restrictions on use:

Use of the collection is governed by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S.C.)

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Mary Emma Woolley Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA

History of the Collection

Processing Information

Processed by Patricia J. Albright and Autumn S. Winslow, 2007-2008. Jennifer A. Smith, Eleanor I. Rounds, Jeannie M. Jones, and Dorothy Vastine Eaton assisted with arranging and describing these papers between 1964-2005.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections
8 Dwight Hall
50 College St.
South Hadley, MA 01075

Phone: (413) 538-2013
Fax: (413) 538-2370

Email Reference Form: http://www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/library/arch/forms/areq.htm
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Language
English

Series Descriptions
1873, 1875, 1894, 1899-1947, n.d.
17 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically. Within years, some correspondence is also filed alphabeticaly by names of correspondents.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Correspondence includes letters, telegrams, notes, invitations, cards, and publications written by or sent to Woolley, primarily dating from 1899-1947. These documents chiefly concern her professional activities, although the series also includes several letters that she wrote to her grandparents in the 1870s. There are letters and programs reflecting her involvement with the Institute of Pacific Relations Conferences in Hawaii (1925 and 1927), the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments in Geneva, Switzerland (1932) and the International Federation of University Women's 23rd Council Meeting (1938). Of particular note in these materials are letters from representatives of peace organizations including the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and the Conference on the Cause and Cure of War. Other correspondence is with Mount Holyoke College alumnae and members of alumnae clubs, representatives of academic institutions, and many organizations, including The American Association of University Women, the League of Nations Association, and the League of Women Voters. These letters most often concern speeches and articles that Woolley presented to various groups. Other correspondence concerns individuals whom she invited to speak at Mount Holyoke College. The correspondents includes one or more letters by Herbert Hoover, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, M. Carey Thomas, Jane Addams, Frances Perkins, and Virginia Woolf as well as letters from many Mount Holyoke College trustees, faculty, staff and alumnae.

1899-1944, n.d.
25 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged in numerical order by a number assigned to each speech and article (with gaps in the numbering sequence). Unnumbered items filed at end of series.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Speeches and Articles consist of published works by Woolley as well as unpublished typescripts, manuscripts, and notes. Most documents dating from her tenure as president of Mount Holyoke College (1901-1937). The speeches, which comprise most of the series, were most often given at meetings of professional, religious, or civic organizations and at commencement or convocation ceremonies at various institutions. They include the text of a number of "Chapel Talks" that Woolley presented to Mount Holyoke College students as well as scripts for radio broadcasts that she made while attending the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments in Geneva, Switzerland in 1932. Her articles were published in magazines, journals, and books, including Encyclopaedia Britannica, Foreign Affairs, Harper's Bazaar, and the Journal of Higher Education. Frequent topics of her speeches and article include the education of women, international relations, world peace, and the role of spirituality in politics.

1894-1944
2 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of bibliographies of Woolley's writings and copies of her published essays, articles, and speeches, primarily dating from 1901-1938. Many of these documents appeared in magazines, journals and newspapers including Good Housekeeping, the Woman's Home Companion, the Congregationalist, the Journal of the American Association of University Women, the Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly, and the New York Times. Topics of these writings include world peace, the education of women, and the college woman in society. Included in these writings are Woolley's M.A. thesis about the history of the colonial post office (1894) and her inaugural address as President of Mount Holyoke College. There are also two anthologies containing essays by Woolley: a book for young adults entitled What I Owe to My Father (1931) and Why Wars Must Cease (1935), an anthology of essays advocating disarmament.

circa 1939, n.d.
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists primarily of drafts for an autobiography that Woolley began preparing after her retirement from Mount Holyoke College. Consists of drafts, notes, and memoranda relating to her life and includes information about her family, education, experiences at Mount Holyoke, and participation in the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments in 1932. This material also includes a draft of an essay entitled "Respect" that Woolley wrote during her childhood.

1901-1945
7 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of a variety of notebooks containing brief notes relating to Woolley's daily activities. One volume contains "Miss Woolley's Geneva Log", a daily journal of her observations at the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments at Geneva as it appeared in the Mount Holyoke News in April 1932. Some notebooks also include addresses of friends and colleagues.

1921-1938
5 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of notebooks, minutes, schedules, reports, notebooks, correspondence, publications, petitions, and programs reflecting Woolley's membership or participation in several major commissions and conferences. These materials concern the Foreign Missions Conference of North America Educational Commission to China, which studied Christian higher education in that country (1921), two Institute of Pacific Relations meetings in Honolulu, Hawaii (1925, 1927), the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments in Geneva, Switzerland (1932), and the International Federation of University Women's 23rd Council Meeting in London (1938). Include in the Geneva conference materials are many letters and petitions from individuals writing in support of world peace and a volume of sketches of delegates by Oscar Lazar.

1901-1941, n.d.
6 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of seven scrapbooks containing newspaper and magazine articles, programs, and postcards, dating from 1901-1941. Most of the material in these volumes relates to Mount Holyoke College and Woolley's position as President of that school. Many of the articles in these scrapbooks are from the Springfield, Massachusetts Republican, the Boston Evening Transcript, the Congregationalist and the Christian World. A scrapbook devoted to the 1932 Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments contains newspaper articles about that meeting, several articles written by Woolley, and a copy of a joint address on "The Sino-Japanese Affair and Disarmament" that she prepared with Frederic William Wile.

1903-1919
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged by form of material, then chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of surveys, questionnaires, correspondence, publications, a notebook, and notes about the faculty, staff, students, curriculum, library collections, finances, buildings and grounds between 1903-1919. Statistical surveys and questionnaires completed by Woolley and Office of the President staff were prepared for the United States Bureau of Education and Bureau of the Census, the National Association of State Universities, the World Almanac, and the New International Year Book. These documents include a detailed questionnaire about "Provisions for Living" from 1916 that describes the furnishings, regulations, and maids and other support staff of residence halls as well as the foods typically served to students. A notebook of "Mount Holyoke College Statistics" dating from circa 1907-circa 1912 includes information about the living arrangements and salaries of faculty and staff, the grading system, the graduate work, and scholarships and fellowships. Some statistics from 1904 concern secret societies at the school.

1900-1901
2 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged by form of material, then chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Contains Committee of Inauguration minutes, guest lists, invitations, correspondence, programs, sheet music, tickets, and newspaper clippings relating to the inauguration ceremony for Woolley, who officially became President of Mount Holyoke College in May, 1901.

1921, 1922, 1932, 1947
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged by form of material, then chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consist of a copy of Woolley's birth certificate, a smallpox vaccination record for her, the diplomatic passport issued to her when she served as a delegate to the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments in 1932, and a copy of her will.

circa 1893-circa 1947
3 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged by form of material, then chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Contains lists, notes, correspondence, certificates, citations, tributes, badges, pins, medals, coins, and ribbons chiefly relating to honors and awards bestowed on Woolley. Includes citations for the many honorary degrees that she received and a medal presented to her as a delegate to the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments in 1932. Also includes a "Book of Signatures of Donors for the Mary E. Woolley International Fellowship" (1939, 1945) and a volume of tributes presented to Woolley by Mount Holyoke faculty members upon her retirement as President of the College in 1937.

1884-1946
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged by form of material, then chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Includes announcements, programs, lists, notes, a calendar, greeting cards, a diploma, membership certificates, guest books, and copies of poems and prayers collected by Woolley. Some materials relate to her participation in the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments held in Geneva, Switzerland in 1932. These items include a collection of signatures of delegates to the conference, postcards of buildings in Geneva, a menu for a dinner, and a booklet describing the S.S. Washington, the ship on which she sailed to Europe. The guest books in the collection record information about visitors to Mount Holyoke College during Woolley's tenure as President (1901-1937). Also included in the series is information about Woolley's dogs, including notes that she wrote to them while attending the conference in Geneva.

1869-1942
3 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

These volumes consist of several Bibles, books relating to Mount Holyoke College, and other books owned by Woolley. The Bibles include one "Presented to Rev. J.J. Woolley, by St. Elmo Commandery, K.T. No. 9, Meriden, Conn. Jan. 26, 1870". A copy of the Whittier Birthday Book (1881) contains the names of several individuals and is inscribed "ME Woolley, from Papa, Feb. 10 '89". Another book entitled The Ghosts of My Friends (1909) is a book filled with ghost shadows, or signatures of Woolley's friends folded and pressed so that they create unique shapes.

1895-1947
2 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Contains published biographical sketches, newspaper and magazine articles, essays, obituaries and tributes concerning Woolley and her accomplishments. Includes articles entitled "Women's Colleges and Their Women Executives" (Booklovers Magazine, October 1903), "American's Twelve Greatest Women: Mary E. Woolley "(Good Housekeeping, March 1931), "Disarmament and President Woolley" (Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly, February 1932), and "Fairy Godmother to Mt. Holyoke "(Christian Herald, June 1937).

1920, 1937, n.d.
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of several copies of a 78rpm sound recording of "The Strength of Goodness", a chapel talk given by Woolley on September 24, 1920 that was recorded and distributed to raise funds for a Mount Holyoke College endowment campaign. Audio cassette and a tape of this recording are also part of the series. There is a recording from March 23, 1937 labeled "Mt. Holyoke 1837-1937" that may contain an interview of or about Woolley by Marion Barbour (Class of 1920) and an undated silver-coated recording of an address that Woolley gave to Mount Holyoke alumnae clubs.

circa 1845-circa 1947
7 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged by content, then chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Chiefly consists of formal portraits, snapshots and glass plate negatives dating from about 1864-1947 that show Woolley alone or with relatives, friends, colleagues, Mount Holyoke students, distinguished visitors to the College, or her beloved pet dogs. Some photographs are reproductions of paintings and drawings of her. Includes photographs of people, buildings and scenes taken during a trip to "the Orient "in 1921, when Woolley was a member of a commission studying Christian education in China, as well as photographs of her at the Conference on Reduction and Limitation of Armaments (1932) and other meetings. Also includes photographs of Woolley's parents and siblings, an album dating from circa 1845-circa 1870s containing photographs of unidentified individuals (probably relatives), and another album that primarily consists of photographs of Woolley's dogs.

1900-1947
5 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged by type of index, then alphabetically or chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of two card indexes, 1901-1947. One is an alphabetical list of the names of correspondents represented by letters in the collection (Series 1). The other is an alphabetical list of the titles of Woolley's speeches and articles that are part of these papers (Series 2). The latter index provides the number assigned to each work by which the speeches and articles are filed.

1884-1943, n.d.
2 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged by form of material.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Contains oversize items described as part of other series in the collection. The container list description of these items includes an indication that they are shelved in Folio.

Contents List
Correspondence
1873, 1875, 1894, 1900-1947. n.d.


1873, 1875


Box 1: folder 1
1894, 1900-1905 (chronological)


Box 1: folder 2
1901-1903, 1905 (A-Z)


Box 1: folder 3
1906-1911 (chronological)


Box 1: folder 4
1906-1907, 1911 (A-Z)


Box 1: folder 5
1912 (chronological)


Box 1: folder 6
1912 (A-Z)


Box 1: folder 7
1913-1920 (chronological)


Box 1: folder 8
1913-1915, 1917-1920 (A-Z)


Box 1: folder 9
1921 (chronological)


Box 1: folder 10
1921 (A-N)


Box 1: folder 11
1921 (P-W)


Box 1: folder 12
1922-1925 (chronological)


Box 1: folder 13
1923-1925 (A-Z)


Box 1: folder 14
1926 (chronological)


Box 1: folder 15
1926 (A-Z)


Box 1: folder 16
1927 (chronological)


Box 1: folder 17
1927 (A-I)


Box 1: folder 18
1927 (I-W)


Box 2: folder 1
1928 (chronological)


Box 2: folder 2
January 1928 (I)


Box 2: folder 3
February 1928 (I)


Box 2: folder 4
March 1928 (I)


Box 2: folder 5
April-June 1928 (I)


Box 2: folder 6
1929 (chronological)


Box 2: folder 7
1929 (A-Z)


Box 2: folder 8
1930 (chronological)


Box 2: folder 9
1930 (A-Z)


Box 2: folder 10
1931 (chronological)


Box 2: folder 11
1931 (A-B)


Box 2: folder 12
1931 (C-D)


Box 2: folder 13
1931 (E-F)


Box 3: folder 1
1931 (G-L)


Box 3: folder 2
1931 (M)


Box 3: folder 3
1931 (N-R)


Box 3: folder 4
1931 (S)


Box 3: folder 5
1931 (T-Y)


Box 3: folder 6
January-April 1932 (chronological)


Box 3: folder 7
May-December 1932 (chronological)


Box 3: folder 8
1932 (A)


Box 3: folder 9
1932 (A)


Box 3: folder 10
1932 (B)


Box 3: folder 11
1932 (C)


Box 4: folder 1
1932 (D)


Box 4: folder 2
1932 (E)


Box 4: folder 3
1932 (F)


Box 4: folder 4
1932 (G)


Box 4: folder 5
1932 (H-K)


Box 4: folder 6
1932 (L)


Box 4: folder 7
1932 (M)


Box 4: folder 8
1932 (N)


Box 4: folder 9
1932 (O)


Box 4: folder 10
1932 (P)


Box 5: folder 1
1932 (R)


Box 5: folder 2
1932 (S)


Box 5: folder 3
1932 (T-V)


Box 5: folder 4
1932 (W)


Box 5: folder 5
1932 (Y-Z)


Box 5: folder 6
1933 (chronological)


Box 5: folder 7
1933 (A-Z)


Box 5: folder 8
1934 (chronological)


Box 5: folder 9
1934 (A-Z)


Box 5: folder 10
1935 (chronological)


Box 5: folder 11
1935 (A-Z)


Box 6: folder 1
1936 (chronological)


Box 6: folder 2
1936: Succession to Presidency (A-H)


Box 6: folder 3
1936: Succession to Presidency (I-Y)


Box 6: folder 4
1936 (A-M)


Box 6: folder 5
1936 (N-Y)


Box 6: folder 6
1937 (chronological)


Box 6: folder 7
1937: Succession to Presidency (A-P)


Box 6: folder 8
1937: Succession to Presidency (R-Y)


Box 6: folder 9
1937 (A)


Box 6: folder 10
1937 (B)


Box 7: folder 1
1937 (C-E)


Box 7: folder 2
1937 (F-H)


Box 7: folder 3
1937 (I-L)


Box 7: folder 4
1937 (M)


Box 7: folder 5
1937 (N-P)


Box 7: folder 6
1937 (R-S)


Box 7: folder 7
1937 (T-Y)


Box 8: folder 1
1938 (chronological)


Box 8: folder 2
1938 (Ab-Amel)


Box 8: folder 3
1938 (American Association)


Box 8: folder 4
1938 (American Association)


Box 8: folder 5
1938 (American B-American W)


Box 8: folder 6
1938 (American Y)


Box 8: folder 7
1938 (An-Ba)


Box 8: folder 8
1938 (Be-Bu)


Box 8: folder 9
1938 (Ca-Cl)


Box 8: folder 10
1938 (Co)


Box 8: folder 11
1938 (Cr-E)


Box 9: folder 1
1938 (F)


Box 9: folder 2
1938 (G)


Box 9: folder 3
1938 (H)


Box 9: folder 4
1938 (I-J)


Box 9: folder 5
1938 (K)


Box 9: folder 6
1938 (La)


Box 9: folder 7
1938 (Le-Ly)


Box 9: folder 8
1938 (Ma)


Box 9: folder 9
1938 (Mi-Mor)


Box 9: folder 10
1938 (Mou)


Box 10: folder 1
1938 (Mou-Mu)


Box 10: folder 2
1938 (National A-National F)


Box 10: folder 3
1938 (National L-National W)


Box 10: folder 4
1938 (N)


Box 10: folder 5
1938 (P)


Box 10: folder 6
1938 (R)


Box 10: folder 7
1938 (Sa-Sc)


Box 10: folder 8
1938 (Se-Sy)


Box 10: folder 9
1938 (T-U)


Box 11: folder 1
1938 (V-We)


Box 11: folder 2
1938 (Wh-Woo)


Box 11: folder 3
1938 (Wor-Y)


Box 11: folder 4
1939 (chronological)


Box 11: folder 5
1939 (Ab-Ay)


Box 11: folder 6
1939 (American A)


Box 11: folder 7
1939 (American A-American Y)


Box 11: folder 8
1939 (Americana-B)


Box 11: folder 9
1939 (C-E)


Box 11: folder 10
1939 (F-H)


Box 12: folder 1
1939 (I-K)


Box 12: folder 2
1939 (L-Mi)


Box 12: folder 3
1939 (Mo)


Box 12: folder 4
1939 (Na-No)


Box 12: folder 5
1939 (O-Q)


Box 12: folder 6
1939 (R)


Box 12: folder 7
1939 (S-U)


Box 12: folder 8
1939 (V-Y)


Box 12: folder 9
1940 (chronological)


Box 13: folder 1
1940 (A-American A)


Box 13: folder 2
1940 (American A-American Y)


Box 13: folder 3
1940 (An-Be)


Box 13: folder 4
1940 (Bi-Ca)


Box 13: folder 5
1940 (Ch-Cr)


Box 13: folder 6
1940 (D-F)


Box 13: folder 7
1940 (G-H)


Box 13: folder 8
1940 (I-K)


Box 13: folder 9
1940 (L-Mi)


Box 14: folder 1
1940 (Mo-Mu)


Box 14: folder 2
1940 (Na)


Box 14: folder 3
1940 (Ne-O)


Box 14: folder 4
1940 (P-Q)


Box 14: folder 5
1940 (R)


Box 14: folder 6
1940 (S-T)


Box 14: folder 7
1940 (U)


Box 14: folder 8
1940 (V-W)


Box 15: folder 1
1940 (Z)


Box 15: folder 2
1941 (chronological)


Box 15: folder 3
1941 (A)


Box 15: folder 4
1941 (B)


Box 15: folder 5
1941 (C-F)


Box 15: folder 6
1941 (G-I)


Box 15: folder 7
1941 (K-Mi)


Box 15: folder 8
1941 (Mo-O)


Box 15: folder 9
1941 (P-S)


Box 16: folder 1
1941 (T-Y)


Box 16: folder 2
1942 (chronological)


Box 16: folder 3
1942 (A-W)


Box 16: folder 4
1943 (chronological)


Box 16: folder 5
1943 (A-C)


Box 16: folder 6
1943 (Le-Lo)


Box 16: folder 7
1943 (Ma-Pe)


Box 16: folder 8
1943 (Ph-S)


Box 17: folder 1
1943 (T-U)


Box 17: folder 2
1944 (chronological)


Box 17: folder 3
1944 (A-C)


Box 17: folder 4
1944 (D-N)


Box 17: folder 5
1944 (O-Y)


Box 17: folder 6
1945 (chronological)


Box 17: folder 7
1946 (chronological)


Box 17: folder 8
1947 (chronological)


Box 17: folder 9
Undated Correspondence


Box 17: folder 10
Speeches and Articles
1899-1944, n.d.


Index #1: "Relation of Educated Women to the Peace Movement"
April 16, 1907

Box 18: folder 1
Index #2: "Susan B. Anthony" (A tribute to)
February 8, 1906

Box 18: folder 2
Index #3: "What Should College Training Accomplish?"
April 28, 1910

Box 18: folder 3
Index #4: "Peace and the Imagination"
May 12, 1908

Box 18: folder 4
Index #5: "Mary Lyon's Religious Ideals and Its Expression"
June 6, 1905

Box 18: folder 5
Index #6: "How Can the Voluntary Religious Organization of Students be Broadened so to Represent All Types of Students?"
March 4, 1904

Box 18: folder 6
Index #7: "What Responsibility have Christian Women in the Development of the Character on the Young Man of Today?"
March 23, 1905

Box 18: folder 7
Index #8: "Early Relations Between Church and Seminary"
May 5, 1908

Box 18: folder 8
Index #9: "Education and the Missionary Spirit"
October 15, 1907

Box 18: folder 9
Index #10: "The Church and the College"
September 24, 1901

Box 18: folder 10
Index #11: Sophomore Prayer Meeting
December 10, 1908

Box 18: folder 11
Index #12: "The Educated Woman in the Church"
January 8, 1904; September 23, 1903

Box 18: folder 12
Index #13: "The Woman's Club Woman"
May 1910

Box 18: folder 13
Index #14: "The Study of English in our Public Schools from the point of view of an Outsider"
October 1905

Box 18: folder 14
Index #15: "The Public School"
n.d.

Box 18: folder 15
Index #16: "Our English as a College Woman"
n.d.

Box 18: folder 16
Index #17: "Physical Education in Woman's College"
November 25, 1904

Box 18: folder 17
Index #18: "The Relation of the College to the Training of the Public Conscience"
n.d.

Box 18: folder 18
Index #19: T"he Significance of the Y.W.C.A. Movement"
February 27, 1910; April 22, 1909; November 16, 1910

Box 18: folder 19
Index #20: "The Woman's College for Woman"
February 10, 1909

Box 18: folder 20
Index #21: "Some Results of Higher Education for Women"
June 1909

Box 18: folder 21
Index #22: "Values of College Training for Women"
September 1904

Box 18: folder 22
Index #23: "One Academic View of Culture"
1908

Box 18: folder 23
Index #25: "Some Phases of a Girl's Education"
November 18, 1908; March 3, 1909

Box 18: folder 24
Index #26: "The Place of the College in the Great Educational Movement"
September 23, 1904

Box 18: folder 25
Index #27: "Education"
January 29, 1902

Box 18: folder 26
Index #28: "Education of Women"
1905

Box 18: folder 27
Index #29: Commencement Address
June 15, 1910; May 31, 1911

Box 19: folder 1
Index #30: "Higher Education of Women (Some Phases of)"
January 27, 1903; November 21, 1904

Box 19: folder 2
Index #31: "Teaching"
n.d.

Box 19: folder 3
Index #32: "The Effect of College Training Upon Character"
November 3-5, 1904

Box 19: folder 4
Index #33: "Preparation for College"
May 1903

Box 19: folder 5
Index #34: "The Vocational Power of the Woman's College"
September 1909; November 1909

Box 19: folder 6
Index #35: "The College Woman as Home Maker"
1909

Box 19: folder 7
Index #36: "Idealism in Education"
1905-1907

Box 19: folder 8
Index #37: "Educational Ideals of the Teacher"
July 1909

Box 19: folder 9
Index #38: "Educational Ideals of the Pupil"
August 1909

Box 19: folder 10
Index #39: "Some Essentials of Culture"
June 7, 1904; June 29, 1904

Box 19: folder 11
Index #40: "Current Ideals"
January 1, 1909; October 11, 1910

Box 19: folder 12
Index #41: "Culture as an Expression of Character"
1903-1904

Box 19: folder 13
Index #42: "Taxation of College Property"
March 13, 1906

Box 19: folder 14
Index #43: "The Significance of Changes in Education for Women"
1905-1906

Box 19: folder 15
Index #44: "The College Woman's Place in the World"
1908-1911

Box 19: folder 16
Index #45: Bryn Mawr College, Twenty-fifth Anniversary
October 22, 1910

Box 19: folder 17
Index #46: Burton, President Marion L. (Inauguration of)
October 5, 1910

Box 20: folder 1
Index #47: "What the Alumnae May Mean to the College"
December 4, 1909

Box 20: folder 2
Index #48: Lake Erie College Founder's Day Address
November 15, 1910

Box 20: folder 3
Index #49: "Education for Life"
1911

Box 20: folder 4
Index #50: "What Every College Woman Knows"
April 13, 1910; March 11, 1911

Box 20: folder 5
Index #51: Extracts of Talks
n.d.

Box 20: folder 6
Index #52: Eliot, George (Life of)
1908, 1909, 1917

Box 20: folder 7
Index #53: "The Conservation of Values"
March 8, 1908

Box 20: folder 8
Index #54: "Women in Professions"
June 6, 1906

Box 20: folder 9
Index #55: South Hadley Sesquicentennial Address
July 29, 1903; June 15, 1904

Box 20: folder 10
Index #56: "Why Should I be Educated? What is Education?"
1910-1911

Box 20: folder 11
Index #57: "The Social Appeal"
November 23, 1907

Box 20: folder 12
Index #58: Alumnae Luncheon, Boston
February 25, 1911

Box 20: folder 13
Index #59: Fortieth Anniversary, New Haven Alumnae
March 30, 1912

Box 20: folder 14
Index #60: "Inspirations by the Way"
June 3, 1908; June 8, 1908

Box 20: folder 15
Index #61: Contemporary Club
n.d.

Box 20: folder 16
Index #62: Chapel Talk
September 21, 1911

Box 20: folder 17
Index #63: Jeannette Marks (Introduction for article)
September 1911

Box 20: folder 18
Index #64: Benton, President Gay Potter (Inauguration of)
October 6, 1911

Box 20: folder 19
Index #65: "The Social Responsibility of the Educated Christian Woman"
December 21, 1904

Box 20: folder 20
Index #66: "The Things that are Worthwhile"
December 5, 1912

Box 20: folder 21
Index #67: "College Woman's Duty to the State"
February 14, 1908

Box 20: folder 22
Index #68: N.E. Association Colleges and Preparatory Schools
1912

Box 20: folder 23
Index #69: Junior Prayer Meeting, Smith College Vespers
1912

Box 20: folder 24
Index #70: College City and Christian Association
May 19, 1908

Box 20: folder 25
Index #71: "A Christian Association, Its Meanings and Purpose"
February 11, 1908

Box 20: folder 26
Index #72: Soule, Miss (Memorial Service for)
March 20, 1905

Box 20: folder 27
Index #73: Mount Holyoke College Library (Dedication)
November 8, 1905

Box 21: folder 1
Index #74: Small, President of Lake Erie College
October 27, 1909

Box 21: folder 2
Index #75: Address of congratulation, Lake Erie College
June 24, 1909

Box 21: folder 3
Index #76: King, Lida Shaw (Inauguration of Women's College, Brown University)
October 25, 1905

Box 21: folder 4
Index #77: Gaylord Library (Dedication of)
May 18, 1904

Box 21: folder 5
Index #78: Y.M.C.A. Training School (Talk)
n.d.

Box 21: folder 6
Index #79: Commencement Address (Western College)
June 14, 1905

Box 21: folder 7
Index #80: Twentieth Century Club (after dinner speech)
January 22, 1904

Box 21: folder 8
Index #81: "A Modern Interpretation of an Ancient Teaching"
May 10, 1908

Box 21: folder 9
Index #82: "For None of us Liveth to Himself"
October 12, 1902

Box 21: folder 10
Index #83: "Ye Shall Receive Power When the Holy Ghost Shall Come Upon You"
n.d.

Box 21: folder 11
Index #84: "Sir, We Would See Jesus" (John 12:21)
January 31, 1904

Box 21: folder 12
Index #85: "The Unfolding Life"
April 13-15, 1906

Box 21: folder 13
Index #86: "Lent and Easter--Their Meaning for Me"
March 25, 1906

Box 21: folder 14
Index #87: "A Message from the Prophets"
n.d.

Box 21: folder 15
Index#88: Northfield Student Conference
July 7, 1903

Box 21: folder 16
Index #89: General Federation of Women's Clubs
June 28, 1908

Box 21: folder 17
Index #90: Baccalaureate Address
June 18, 1905

Box 21: folder 18
Index #91: "The Place of Prayer and Worship in our Daily Living"
February 28, 1905

Box 21: folder 19
Index #92: "The Value of Prayer"
February 2, 23, 24, 1904

Box 21: folder 20
Index #93: "And Ye Shall Be Witnesses Unto Me"
July 3, 1903

Box 21: folder 21
Index #94: "The Library Which is Called the Bible"
January 14, 1906

Box 21: folder 22
Index #95: Grace Church (Talk)
April 14, 1908

Box 21: folder 23
Index #96: "Qualities Which Make the Bible Educationally Valuable"
March 3, 1904

Box 21: folder 24
Index #97: "Why Should I Study the Bible?"
October 2, 1904

Box 21: folder 25
Index #98: "Thine Eyes Shall See the King in His Beauty"
September 18, 1904

Box 21: folder 26
Index #99: "The College and Evangelism"
September 29, 1910

Box 21: folder 27
Index #100: Chapel Talk
January 10, 1910

Box 21: folder 28
Index #101: Missionary Jubilee
March 7, 1911

Box 21: folder 29
Index #103: "Relation of the Association to the Religious Instruction Given by the College"
February 7, 1911; April 1911

Box 21: folder 30
Index #104: International Institute of Girls in Spain
January 18, 1911

Box 21: folder 31
Index #105: Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward (Memorial Service)
January 8, 1911

Box 21: folder 32
Index #106: Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward (Memorial Service)
November 12, 1910

Box 21: folder 33
Index #107: Brown, Chancellor Elmer Ellsworth (Inauguration of)
November 9, 1911

Box 21: folder 34
Index #108: "Women" (introduction for book on)
April 1, 1911

Box 21: folder 35
Index #109: "Where there is no Vision, the People Perish"
June 25, 1911; January 10, 1911

Box 21: folder 36
Index #110: Hitchcock, Dr. Edward (Memorial Service)
April 30, 1911

Box 22: folder 1
Index #11: Whiting, Honorable William (Memorial Service)
February 9, 1911

Box 22: folder 2
Index #112: "The Church and the College"
May 19, 1912

Box 22: folder 3
Index #113: Williston, Mrs. A. Lyman (Memorial Service)
May 26, 1912

Box 22: folder 4
Index #114: "The Spirit of Sunday"
January 26, 1913

Box 22: folder 5
Index #115: Bridges, Flora and Atwood, Ella G. (Memorial Service)
January 12, 1913

Box 22: folder 6
Index #116: Hull, Arthur T. and Charles A. (Memorial Service)
May 26, 1913

Box 22: folder 7
Index #117: Mount Holyoke College Catalogue (introduction for)
January 1912

Box 22: folder 8
Index #118: Chapel Talk
September 19, 1912

Box 22: folder 9
Index #119: Seventy-fifth Anniversary Greetings
October 9, 1913

Box 22: folder 10
Index #120: "The Plain Path" (Chapel Talk)
January 3, 1913

Box 22: folder 11
Index #121: "The Enlarging Life"
April 20, 1913

Box 22: folder 12
Index #122: Adelphi: College Address
January 8, 1913

Box 22: folder 13
Index #123: "Mount Holyoke--The Mother of Colleges"
November 15, 1912

Box 22: folder 14
Index #124: Meiklejohn, President Alexander (Inaugural Address)
n.d.

Box 22: folder 15
Index #125: "What Does College Give?" (a talk to entering students)
October 5, 1907

Box 22: folder 16
Index #126: American International College (Reception of Flag)
February 12, 1913

Box 22: folder 17
Index #127: "The Civic Responsibility of the College Woman"
November 15, 1912

Box 22: folder 18
Index #128: "What Can Education Do For the Cause of Peace?"
April 10, 1913

Box 22: folder 19
Index #129: Monticello Seminary (Seventy-fifth Anniversary)
June 3, 1913

Box 22: folder 20
Index #130: "Fraternities in College"
November 11, 1912

Box 22: folder 21
Index #131: "Earning One's Expenses in College"
December 13, 1912

Box 22: folder 22
Index #132: "Relation of the College Girl to her Future Vocatio"n (some Phases of the)
August 1912

Box 22: folder 23
Index #133: Guth, President William W. (address at Inauguration of)
February 9, 1914

Box 22: folder 24
Index #134: "What Fundamental Social Characteristics May Be Developed by Education"
March 5, 1914

Box 22: folder 25
Index #135: Boston Alumnae Luncheon (informal talk)
February 28, 1914

Box 22: folder 26
Index #136: Y.W.C.A. Boston
March 3, 1914

Box 22: folder 27
Index #137: Vespers--A Lenten Talk
March 15, 1915

Box 22: folder 28
Index #138: "Why Stand Ye Here All the Day Idle"? (Chapel Service)
April 12, 1914

Box 22: folder 29
Index #139: Sophomore Prayer Meeting Talk
April 19, 1914

Box 22: folder 30
Index #140: Jewett, Professor Louise Rogers (Memorial Service)
April 12, 1914

Box 22: folder 31
Index #141: "The Practical Value of a Liberal Arts Training for Women"
April 7, 1914

Box 22: folder 32
Index #142: New York Alumnae Luncheon
May 9, 1914

Box 22: folder 33
Index #143: "The General Secretaryship--A Position of Conflicting Opposites"
May 8, 1914

Box 22: folder 34
Index #144: "Analysis of a Gentleman"
May 22, 1914

Box 22: folder 35
Index #145: "Mary Lyon and her Work for Women"
July 27, 1904

Box 22: folder 36
Index #146: Vespers--Baccalaureate
June 7, 1914

Box 22: folder 37
Index #147: Junior Prayer Meeting Talk
May 14, 1914

Box 22: folder 38
Index #148: Commencement Address (Passaic High School)
June 25, 1914

Box 23: folder 1
Index #149: "Preparation of Women for Twentieth Century Life"
July 6, 1914

Box 23: folder 2
Index #150: "A Gift of Days" (Chapel Talk)
September 24, 1914

Box 23: folder 3
Index #151: Talk to Entering Students
October 1, 1910

Box 23: folder 4
Index #153: "Woman's Voice for Peace"
September 10, 1914

Box 23: folder 5
Index #154: "Emma Willard and her Gift to Education"
October 6, 1914

Box 23: folder 6
Index #155: "The Keeping of the Lord's Day"
October 11, 1914

Box 23: folder 7
Index #156: "The Present Day Mission of the College"
December 5, 1914

Box 23: folder 8
Index #157: "The Passover Scandal"
April-May 1893

Box 23: folder 9
Index #158: "Relation of the Educated College Woman to the Twentieth Century"
November 13, 1914

Box 23: folder 10
Index #159: Vosburgh, Isabelle Marion
December 7, 1914

Box 23: folder 11
Index #160: Graduate Council
January 26, 1915

Box 23: folder 12
Index #161: Philadelphia Alumnae Association Luncheon
January 16, 1915

Box 23: folder 13
Index #162: "Some Debatable Questions Before the College Woman of Today"
January 23, 1915

Box 23: folder 14
Index #163: Coman, Katharine (Memorial Service)
January 31, 1915

Box 23: folder 15
Index #164: "Patriotism"
February 16, 1915

Box 23: folder 16
Index #165: "Our Debt to Brown"
April 11-15, 1914

Box 23: folder 17
Index #166: A.C.A. Boston
March 10, 1915

Box 23: folder 18
Index #167: Sophomore Prayer Meeting
March 11, 1915; April 11, 1915

Box 23: folder 19
Index #168: "The Challenge of the Century"
March 24, 1915

Box 23: folder 20
Index #169: "Value of the Constructive"
April 8, 1915

Box 23: folder 21
Index #170: "Brown's Contribution to the Education of Women"
April 16, 1915

Box 23: folder 22
Index #171: Barnard College, Twenty-fifth Anniversary
April 29, 1915

Box 23: folder 23
Index #172: Student League Notes
April 28, 1915

Box 23: folder 24
Index #173: Garrett, Mary E. (Memorial Service)
May 9, 1915

Box 23: folder 25
Index #174: "Success"
May 12, 1915

Box 23: folder 26
Index #175: "Impressions of the Seminary"
May 8, 1915

Box 23: folder 27
Index #176: "The Place of Education in International Cooperation"
May 21, 1915

Box 23: folder 28
Index#177: Williston, Lyman A. (Memorial Service)
May 30, 1915

Box 23: folder 29
Index #178: Senior Prayer Meeting Talk College
June 3, 1915

Box 23: folder 30
Index #179: "The City Beautiful"
June 9, 1915

Box 23: folder 31
Index #180: "Mountain Day--The Future"
June 14, 1915

Box 23: folder 32
Index #181: "The Coming Days"
June 12, 1915

Box 23: folder 33
Index #182: Reunion Banquet of 1910
June 12, 1915

Box 24: folder 1
Index #183: Gulick, Alice Gordon (tribute written for life of)
July 14, 1915

Box 24: folder 2
Index #184: "Sabbath and Social Uplift"
July 29, 1915

Box 24: folder 3
Index #185: "Beauty in Life"
August 8, 1915; June 7, 1916

Box 24: folder 4
Index #186: Alumnae Address (Northern California)
July 31, 1915

Box 24: folder 5
Index #187: Alumnae Address (Southern California)
August 4, 1915

Box 24: folder 6
Index #188: Chapel Talk
September 23, 1915

Box 24: folder 7
Index #189: Y.W.C.A. and Student League Reception
September 25, 1915

Box 24: folder 8
Index #190: "Some Essentials of the Modern Girl's Education"
October 4, 1915

Box 24: folder 9
Index #191: MacCracken, Pres. Henry Noble (Inauguration)
October 13, 1915

Box 24: folder 10
Index #192: National Congregational Council
October 22, 1915

Box 24: folder 11
Index #193: "An Old Profession in a New Setting"
November 12, 1915; November 1922

Box 24: folder 12
Index #194: "The New England Woman's Educational Heritage"
November 20, 1915

Box 24: folder 13
Index #195: Pittsburgh Alumnae Reception
November 19, 1915

Box 24: folder 14
Index #196: Association of Northwest Chicago
November 15, 1915

Box 24: folder 15
Index #197: Chapel Talk
January 6, 1916

Box 24: folder 16
Index #198: "What Does It Mean To Be A Christian?"
January 9, 1916; February 25, 1916; April 9, 1916

Box 24: folder 17
Index #199: "The Challenge of Tomorrow"
January 14, 22, 27, 1916; February 7, 16, 25, 1916; May 24, 29, 1916; June 6, 1916

Box 24: folder 18
Index #200: Junior Prayer Meeting
January 12, 1916

Box 24: folder 19
Index #201: "What is the Women's College Trying to do for Women?"
January 21, 1916

Box 24: folder 20
Index #202: "The Development of the Love of Romantic Scenery in America"
October 1897

Box 24: folder 21
Index #203: "A Glimpse of the Pacific Coast"
February 11, 1916

Box 24: folder 22
Index #204: "Mount Holyoke Today and Tomorrow"
February 26, 1916

Box 24: folder 23
Index #205: "The New Epoch"
n.d.

Box 24: folder 24
Index #206: "The College Woman and the New Epoch"
March 13, 18, 22, 24, 1916

Box 24: folder 25
Index #207: Schwab, John C. (Memorial Service)
March 20, 1916

Box 24: folder 26
Index #208: Chapel Talk
April 5, 1916

Box 24: folder 27
Index #209: Senior Prayer Meeting, "Heart-Culture"
April 12, 1916

Box 24: folder 28
Index #210: Shakespeare Tercentenary Address
April 25, 1916

Box 24: folder 29
Index #211: "The Fact of Life, or Truth to the Fact"
June 1, 2, 1916; November 8, 1916; January 13, 1917; February 5, 1917

Box 24: folder 30
Index #212: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 11, 1916

Box 24: folder 31
Index #213: The Story of a Pioneer (review of)
July 1916

Box 24: folder 32
Index #214: Chapel Talk
October 5, 1916

Box 24: folder 33
Index #215: "The Liberal Arts Course--Is It Out of Date?"
October 12, 28, 1916; November 7, 1916

Box 24: folder 34
Index #216: "The Education of the Modern Woman"
November 3, 22, 1916; December 2, 4, 6, 1916

Box 24: folder 35
Index #217: Skinner Coffee House Dedication
November 14, 1916

Box 24: folder 36
Index #218: "Town and Gown"
December 11, 1916

Box 24: folder 37
Index #219: Chapel Talk
January 4, 1917

Box 25: folder 1
Index #220: "An Ancient Message In A Modern Setting"
January 14, 1917; February 4, 1917; March 16, 1921

Box 25: folder 2
Index #221: "The Early History of the Colonial Post Office"
January 1894; January 19, 1917

Box 25: folder 3
Index #222: "Women and the World Crisis"
January 27, 1917; December 13, 1917

Box 25: folder 4
Index #223: Junior Prayer Meeting Talk
January 31, 1917

Box 25: folder 5
Index #224: Graduate Council Talk
February 17, 1917

Box 25: folder 6
Index #225: "Resolved, that the Curricula of Women's Colleges Are Based Too Closely on Classical Tradition"
February 19, 1917

Box 25: folder 7
Index #226: Sophomore Prayer Meeting
May 10, 1916

Box 25: folder 8
Index #227: Faculty Prayer Meeting
March 14, 1917

Box 25: folder 9
Index #228: "Practical Value of a Liberal Arts Education"
April 11, 1917

Box 25: folder 10
Index #229: Constantinople College Talk
April 18, 1917

Box 25: folder 11
Index #230: "Work of the Union Along Lines of Vocational Guidance and Appointment Bureau"
April 26, 1917

Box 25: folder 12
Index #231: "Woman's Part in the Coming Program of Peace"
May 5, 1917

Box 25: folder 13
Index #232: Freshman Prayer Meeting
May 8, 1917

Box 25: folder 14
Index #233: Sophomore Prayer Meeting
May 9, 1917

Box 25: folder 15
Index #234: "Women and the War"
May 12, 1917

Box 25: folder 16
Index #235: "For What Are We Educating?"
June 1917

Box 25: folder 17
Index #236: "The Y.W.C.A. and the Present Crisis"
May 17, 1917

Box 25: folder 18
Index #237: Ellis, Miss Mary (Funeral Service)
May 22, 1917

Box 25: folder 19
Index #238: Mead, Mrs. Elizabeth Storrs (Service in Memory of)
June 3, 1917

Box 25: folder 20
Index #239: "For What Are We Educating?"
June 6, 1917; June 7, 1917

Box 25: folder 21
Index #240: Vesper Talk
June 10, 1917

Box 25: folder 22
Index #241: Mount Holyoke Catalogue
n.d.

Box 25: folder 23
Index #242: Huxley, T.H. (Autobiography of)
August 31, 1917

Box 25: folder 24
Index #243: Chapel Talk
September 20, 1917

Box 25: folder 25
Index #244: Athletic Association Talk
September 26, 1917

Box 25: folder 26
Index #245: Talk to Freshmen
September 28, 1917

Box 25: folder 27
Index #246: "Preparedness in the Home"
October 3, 1917

Box 25: folder 28
Index #247: "Lost Moments in the Christian Woman's Life"
October 10, 1917

Box 25: folder 29
Index #248: Twenty-fifth Anniversary, Women's College in Brown University
October 20, 1917

Box 25: folder 30
Index #249: Western and Central New York Alumnae (address before)
November 3, 1917; November 10, 1917

Box 25: folder 31
Index #250: Liberty Loan Rally
October 24, 1917

Box 25: folder 32
Index #251: "Woman's Share in World Missions"
November 14, 1917

Box 25: folder 33
Index #252: Doctor Andrews (An Appreciation)
November 22, 1917

Box 25: folder 34
Index #253: Thanksgiving Talk
November 25, 1917; November 27; 1917

Box 25: folder 35
Index #254: "Educational Problems in the Colleges for Women"
December 8, 1917

Box 25: folder 36
Index #255: "What Does It Mean To Be A Patriot?"
January 8, 1918

Box 25: folder 37
Index #256: Faculty Prayer Meeting
January 9, 1918

Box 25: folder 38
Index #257: Talk at Teacher's College, Columbia University
January 17, 1918

Box 25: folder 39
Index #258: "Facing a New Era"
January 23, 1918; January 26, 1918

Box 26: folder 1
Index #259: "Students' League Courtesy"
February 6, 1918

Box 26: folder 2
Index #260: "Some Ideals for Deans"
February 26, 1918

Box 26: folder 3
Index #261: Graduate Council
February 16, 1918

Box 26: folder 4
Index #262: "What Are We Trying To Do?"
March 20, 1918

Box 26: folder 5
Index #263: "The Woman's College and Social Training"
June 1918

Box 26: folder 6
Index #264: Chapel Talk
April 3, 1918

Box 26: folder 7
Index #265: Sophomore Prayer Meeting
March 12, 1918

Box 26: folder 8
Index #266: Junior Prayer Meeting
April 10, 1918

Box 26: folder 9
Index #267: Chapel Talk
April 11, 1918

Box 26: folder 10
Index #268: Freshman Prayer Meeting
April 11, 1918

Box 26: folder 11
Index #269: "Traveling Salesman"
April 13, 1918

Box 26: folder 12
Index #270: Vesper Talk
April 21, 1918

Box 26: folder 13
Index #271: "The College for Women and the War"
May 12, 1918

Box 26: folder 14
Index #272: Senior Prayer Meeting
May 8, 1918

Box 26: folder 15
Index #273: "Mobilizing the Soul of America"
May 17, 1918

Box 26: folder 16
Index #275: "Mobilizing the Soul of America"
May 26, 1918

Box 26: folder 17
Index #276: "An Instinct in Workmanship"
May 29, 1918; June 5, 1918; May 19, 1918

Box 26: folder 18
Index #277: Chapel Talk
June 1, 1918

Box 26: folder 19
Index #278: "A Redefinition of Fraternity"
June 4, 1918

Box 26: folder 20
Index #279: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 9, 1918

Box 26: folder 21
Index #280: Summer School (opening of)
June 26, 1918

Box 26: folder 22
Index #281: Talk to Entering Students
September 27, 1918

Box 26: folder 23
Index #282: Chapel Talk
September 20, 1918

Box 26: folder 24
Index #283: Vesper Talk
September 22, 1918

Box 26: folder 25
Index #284: Summer School Report
n.d.

Box 26: folder 26
Index #285: "Woman and her Gift of Service"
October 27, 1918

Box 26: folder 27
Index #286: "American Womanhood One Hundred Years Ago and Now"
April 21, 24, 1920; May 5, 1920; April 4, 1921

Box 26: folder 28
Index #287: "The Church from the College Students' Standpoint"
November 19, 1918

Box 26: folder 29
Index #288: "The New World and the Church"
November 9-18, 1918

Box 26: folder 30
Index #289: Roosevelt Service
January 19, 1919

Box 26: folder 31
Index #290: "Conservation in the Colleges for Women"
December 4, 1918

Box 26: folder 32
Index #291: "The Colleges and our National Ideals"
January 9, 1919

Box 26: folder 33
Index #292: "Feminism"
January 12, 1919

Box 26: folder 34
Index #293: "Today and its Demands"
January 15, 18, 23, 26, 29, 1919; February 4, 6, 1919

Box 26: folder 35
Index #294: "Phi Beta Kappa and its Significance"
February 5, 1919

Box 26: folder 36
Index #295: "Women and Democracy"
February 12, 1919

Box 26: folder 37
Index #296: Student League Talk
January 21, 1919

Box 26: folder 38
Index #297: Graduate Council
February 15, 1919; April 26, 1919

Box 26: folder 39
Index #298: Vesper Talk
February 16, 1919

Box 26: folder 40
Index #299: "The College Woman as a World Citizen"
March 8, 15, 1919

Box 26: folder 41
Index #300: "The Nation and the Inter-Nation"
March 22, 1919

Box 26: folder 42
Index #301: Lenten Bible Class Talk on Matthew
1919

Box 26: folder 43
Index #302: "Bought With a Price"
April 1, 1919; May 11, 20, 1919

Box 26: folder 44
Index #303: "Personal Influence"
April 3, 9, 1919

Box 26: folder 45
Index #304: "Woman's Work in the Modern City Church"
April 6, 1919

Box 26: folder 46
Index #305: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 8, 1919

Box 27: folder 1
Index #306: "Training for Citizenship"
April 8, 1919

Box 27: folder 2
Index #307: Silver Bay Talk
June 27, 1919

Box 27: folder 3
Index #308: "Citizenship Problems"
April 22, 1919; May 7, 1919; October 28, 1919

Box 27: folder 4
Index #309: Freshman Prayer Meeting
April 15, 1919

Box 27: folder 5
Index #312: Vesper Talk
May 4, 1919

Box 27: folder 6
Index #314: League of Nations Address
May 11, 1919

Box 27: folder 7
Index #316: "The College Woman in the Community"
June 3, 16, 18, 1919

Box 27: folder 8
Index #317: "Women in Politics"
July 25, 1919

Box 27: folder 9
Index #318: "Reconstruction and the Education of Women"
August 25, 1919

Box 27: folder 10
Index #319: Chapel Talk
September 19, 1919

Box 27: folder 11
Index #320: Talk to Entering Students
September 25, 1919

Box 27: folder 12
Index #321: League of Nations Meeting
September 30, 1919

Box 27: folder 13
Index #322: Faculty Prayer Meeting
October 22, 1919

Box 27: folder 14
Index #323: "Reconstruction Problems"
October 24, 1919; February 18, 1920

Box 27: folder 15
Index #324: "What Is An Ideal?"
November 3, 1919

Box 27: folder 16
Index #325: "Content Examinations: Shall They Be Abandoned?"
November 28, 1919

Box 27: folder 17
Index #326: "Americanism"
November 27, 1919

Box 27: folder 18
Index #327: "Reconstruction and Education"
December 2, 3, 11, 1919; January 12, 23, 1920

Box 27: folder 19
Index #328: "Americanization"
December 16, 1919

Box 27: folder 20
Index #329: Ratification Meeting
December 18, 1919; January 25, 1920

Box 27: folder 21
Index #330: "The College Woman in This World Leadership"
January 8, 1920

Box 27: folder 22
Index #331: Chicago College Club
January 9, 10, 1920

Box 27: folder 23
Index #332: "Americanization"
January 23, 26, 1920; February 25, 1920

Box 27: folder 24
Index #333: International Meeting
February 6, 1920

Box 27: folder 25
Index #334: Graduate Council Report
February 14, 1920

Box 27: folder 26
Index #335: Students League
February 16, 1920

Box 27: folder 27
Index #336: Boston Alumnae Association
February 18, 1920

Box 27: folder 28
Index #337: Senior Prayer Meeting
March 10, 11, 1920

Box 27: folder 29
Index #338: Unveiling of Tablet to Service Men
April 8, 1920

Box 28: folder 1
Index #339: "Women in the New World"
June 20, 1920; June 19, 1924; October 24, 1924; November 17, 1924; December 12, 17, 1924; January 17, 1925; May 17, 1926; April 21, 1926

Box 28: folder 2
Index #340: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 13, 1920

Box 28: folder 3
Index #341: Y.W.C.A. Conference
June 23, 1920

Box 28: folder 4
Index #342: Buffalo Alumnae Dinner
April 2, 1920

Box 28: folder 5
Index #343: Cleveland Forum
April 27, 1920

Box 28: folder 6
Index #344: New York Endowment Dinner
May 10, 1920

Box 28: folder 7
Index #345: Vesper Talk
December 7, 1919

Box 28: folder 8
Index #346: "The Woman's College and the Public"
April 24, 26, 1920; March 16, 1920; October 26, 1920

Box 28: folder 9
Index #347: "Women and Today's Needs"
June 30, 1920

Box 28: folder 10
Index #348: Chapel Talk
September 24, 1920

Box 28: folder 11
Index #349: "Our Common Problem"
September 21, 1920; October 28, 1920; November 1922; February 14, 1923; December 5, 1923

Box 28: folder 12
Index #350: "Academic Team Work"
October 29, 1920

Box 28: folder 13
Index #351: Alumnae Association Talk
October 23, 25, 1920

Box 28: folder 14
Index #352: "The College Woman in the Modern World"
November 17, 1920; January 20, 1921; February 15, 1921; March 7, 8, 1921; April 2, 1921; November 1922

Box 28: folder 15
Index #353: Sophomore Prayer Meeting
November 14, 1920

Box 28: folder 16
Index #354: "Our Grandmothers and Their Granddaughters"
December 21, 1920; January 18, 1921

Box 28: folder 17
Index #355: Barnard Club Greeting
February 8, 1921

Box 28: folder 18
Index #356: "The Duties of Voting"
February 4, 1921

Box 28: folder 19
Index #357: International Federation of University Women
January 28, 1921

Box 28: folder 20
Index #358: Association of American Colleges
January 6, 1921

Box 28: folder 21
Index #359: "Some of the Deeper Needs of Our Modern Life"
February 24, 1921

Box 28: folder 22
Index #360: Students' League: "Cheapness as Characteristic of Age"
February 25, 1921

Box 28: folder 23
Index #361: "The American Woman"
November 22, 1920

Box 28: folder 24
Index #362: Graduate Council
March 11, 1921

Box 28: folder 25
Index #363: "A Time-Honored Problem"
March 23, 1921

Box 28: folder 26
Index #364: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 12, 1921

Box 28: folder 27
Index #365: Pres. Angell (Inauguration of)
June 21, 1921

Box 28: folder 28
Index #366: "The Educated Man and Woman in the World Today"
June 30, 1921

Box 28: folder 29
Index #367: "Mountain Day"
1921

Box 28: folder 30
Index #368: "Educational Missions and the Future of China"
March 12, 1922

Box 28: folder 31
Index #369: "The Cultivation of Personal Religion"
March 23, 1922

Box 28: folder 32
Index #370: Graduate Council
March 9, 1922

Box 29: folder 1
Index #372: Students' League Meeting
April 11, 1922

Box 29: folder 2
Index #373: China Vesper Service
September 25, 1921

Box 29: folder 3
Index #374: China American Woman's Club
January 3, 1922

Box 29: folder 4
Index #376: "The Christian Church and Education in China"
April 20, 1922; October 1922

Box 29: folder 5
Index #377: "The Christian Church and Society"
April 20, 1922

Box 29: folder 6
Index #378: "A New Factor in an Ancient Civilization"
April 26, 1922; October 10, 23, 25, 1922; November 24, 1922; December 6, 1922; January 13, 24, 1923

Box 29: folder 7
Index #380: "The College Woman: East and West"
April 8, 1922; November 1922; June 17, 1922

Box 29: folder 8
Index #381: "Observations in China"
May 1, 1922; January 28, 1923

Box 29: folder 9
Index #382: "China and the Trend of Modern Education"
May 24, 1922

Box 29: folder 10
Index #383: Commencement: The Lincoln School
May 31, 1922

Box 29: folder 11
Index #384: Junior-Freshman Association Meeting
May 7, 1922

Box 29: folder 12
Index #385: Sophomore Association Meeting
May 28, 1922

Box 29: folder 13
Index #386: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 11, 1922

Box 29: folder 14
Index #387: "Teaching as an Adventure"
June 30, 1922; November 1922

Box 29: folder 15
Index #388: "Education as an Adventure"
June 28, 1922; January 31, 1923; February 14, 1923; June 13, 15, 1923; May 2, 6, 1926; April 28, 1926, March 31, 1927

Box 29: folder 16
Index #389: "Idealism Applied to Politics"
July 31, 1922

Box 29: folder 17
Index #390: Chapel Talk
September 22, 1922

Box 29: folder 18
Index #391: Fortieth Anniversary of Park Place Church
October 1, 1922

Box 29: folder 19
Index #392: "China and the Student's Opportunity"
October 30, 1921

Box 29: folder 20
Index #393: Talk to Entering Students
October 6, 1922

Box 29: folder 21
Index #394: "Oh East is East, and West is West"
October 20, 1922

Box 29: folder 22
Index #395: Hartford Seminary Foundation
November 1, 1922

Box 29: folder 23
Index #396: "The Trend of Modern Education in China"
November 23, 1922; December 4, 14, 1922; January 12, 1923; November 12, 1924; January 13, 19, 1925

Box 29: folder 24
Index #397: "A Mental Photograph of Mount Holyoke"
December 2, 1922

Box 29: folder 25
Index #398: Phi Beta Kappa Fellowship Tea
January 16, 1923

Box 29: folder 26
Index #399: "Education of the Women of China"
January 11, 1923

Box 29: folder 27
Index #400: Waites, Margaret (Service in Memory of)
March 17, 1923

Box 29: folder 28
Index #402: Chapel Talk
April 7, 1923

Box 29: folder 29
Index #403: "The New Citizenship"
April 18, 24, 1923; May 16, 1923; January 14, 31, 1924; June 12, 1924

Box 29: folder 30
Index #404: "Reaction of the College Student to Religion"
April 16, 1923

Box 30: folder 1
Index #405: "Mr. Wilson as an Intellectual Leader"
May 1, 1923

Box 30: folder 2
Index #406: Classical Association of New England
March 30, 1923

Box 30: folder 3
Index #407: "The Twentieth Century College Woman"
May 7, 1923; June 14, 1923; January 28, 1924; February 11, 1924

Box 30: folder 4
Index #408: Alumnae Association Meeting
May 9, 1923

Box 30: folder 5
Index #409: Symposium
May 22, 1923

Box 30: folder 6
Index #410: "Mr. Wicks Appreciation Social"
June 1, 1923

Box 30: folder 7
Index #411: Alumnae Forum
June 9, 1923

Box 30: folder 8
Index #412: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 10, 1923

Box 30: folder 9
Index #413: King, Lida Shaw
n.d.

Box 30: folder 10
Index #414: Chapel Talk
September 21, 1923

Box 30: folder 11
Index #415: "What Women of the United States Have Accomplished in the Field of Education"
October 12, 1923

Box 30: folder 12
Index #416: "The Call for Its Leadership"
October 16, 1923

Box 30: folder 13
Index #417: Talk to Freshmen
October 10, 1923

Box 30: folder 14
Index #419: "Christian Education of World Leadership"
November 11, 1923

Box 30: folder 15
Index #420: "A Constructive Program of Peace"
November 13, 1923

Box 30: folder 16
Index #421: "Women as an Asset in Politics"
November 19, 21, 1923

Box 30: folder 17
Index #422: "Common Sense and Sentiment in International Relations"
March 19, 1923; November 26, 1923; January 15, 19, 23, 25, 1924; February 15, 1924; March 24, 1924

Box 30: folder 18
Index #423: "The Better Home"
December 8, 1923

Box 30: folder 19
Index #424: "The New Year at Mount Holyoke"
January 18, 1924

Box 30: folder 20
Index #425: "Woodrow Wilson"
February 6, 1924

Box 30: folder 21
Index #426: "Our Sister Republic Across the Pacific"
February 10, 1924; March 14, 1924; April 11, 1924

Box 30: folder 22
Index #427: "Women's College in Brown University"
February 23, 1924

Box 30: folder 23
Index #428: Graduate Council
March 1, 1924; February 29, 1924; April 11, 1924

Box 30: folder 24
Index #429: Cornelia Clapp Building
March 17, 1924

Box 30: folder 25
Index #430: "The Religion of the College Girl"
March 10, 1924; February 27, 1927

Box 30: folder 26
Index #431: Vespers
December 2, 5, 1923

Box 30: folder 27
Index #432: "School of Politics"
January 10, 1924

Box 30: folder 28
Index #433: "Present Assets and Liabilities in Education"
April 12, 1924; May 3, 1924

Box 30: folder 29
Index #434: Chapel Talk
April 8, 1924

Box 30: folder 30
Index #435: "The Village Beautiful "
April 22, 1924

Box 30: folder 31
Index #436: "My Christian Responsibility in the Business of Government"
April 30, 1924

Box 30: folder 32
Index #437: Cowles, Louise T.
May 8, 1924

Box 30: folder 33
Index #438: "The Woman of 1924"
May 5, 1924

Box 31: folder 1
Index #439: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 8, 1924

Box 31: folder 2
Index #440: Attleboro Falls Congregational Church
June 15, 1924

Box 31: folder 3
Index #441: Student Federation of Religious Liberals
June 21, 1924

Box 31: folder 4
Index #442: "Whither?"
June 25, 1924; May 28, 1925; June 2, 1925

Box 31: folder 5
Index #443: Chapel Talk
September 19, 1924

Box 31: folder 6
Index #444: Vespers
September 21, 1924; November 16, 1924; May 12, 1925

Box 31: folder 7
Index #445: Y.W.C.A. and Community Reception
September 20, 1924

Box 31: folder 8
Index #446: Y.W.C.A.
October 1, 1924

Box 31: folder 9
Index #447: "Yesterday and Today in the Christian Church"
October 7, 1924

Box 31: folder 10
Index #448: Talk to Freshmen
October 2, 1924

Box 31: folder 11
Index #449: "A New Aspect of an Old Question"
October 24, 1924; April 26, 1926; May 7, 1926; November 21, 1930; June 11, 1931

Box 31: folder 12
Index #451: "Our Foremothers and their Granddaughters"
December 16, 22, 1924; November 17, 1925; April 29, 1926; May 5, 1926

Box 31: folder 13
Index #452: Chapel Talk
January 6, 1925

Box 31: folder 14
Index #453: Alumnae Association
January 10, 1925

Box 31: folder 15
Index #454: "Contribution of Christianity to the Womanhood of the Orient"
January 30, 1925

Box 31: folder 16
Index #455: Vespers
January 18, 1925

Box 31: folder 17
Index #456: "Education of International Understanding"
January 22, 1925

Box 31: folder 18
Index #457: I"s There Room for the Things of the Spirit on the Life of Today?"
February 25, 1925; April 19, 1925

Box 31: folder 19
Index #458: "Standards at Mount Holyoke College"
February 14, 1925; March 28, 1925

Box 31: folder 20
Index #459: Missionary Conference
March 6, 1925

Box 31: folder 21
Index #460: "Education of Women in China"
March 18, 22, 1925

Box 31: folder 22
Index #461: "China"
1921; 1923

Box 31: folder 23
Index #462: Chapel Talk
April 7, 1925

Box 31: folder 24
Index #463: Memorial Service
April 19, 1925

Box 31: folder 25
Index #464: AAUW
May 14, 1925

Box 31: folder 26
Index #465: Wellesley College Fiftieth Anniversary
May 29, 1925

Box 31: folder 27
Index #466: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 7, 1925

Box 31: folder 28
Index #467: "The College Girl of Today and Yesterday"
October 1925

Box 31: folder 29
Index #468: "Health as a Problem in College Life"
September 23, 1926

Box 31: folder 30
Index #469: Chapel Talk
September 25, 1925

Box 31: folder 31
Index #470: Old Hadley Church
October 4, 1925

Box 31: folder 32
Index #471: American Association University Professors
October 8, 1925

Box 31: folder 33
Index #472: "Changing Ideals of Home Life"
October 17, 1925

Box 31: folder 34
Index #473: "A Student Problem in the Far East"
October 28, 1925

Box 31: folder 35
Index #474: Memorial Service
May 20, 1925

Box 31: folder 36
Index #475: "The Girl of Today"
November 30, 1925; January 6, 16, 22, 31, 1926; April 30, 1926; May 3, 1926

Box 31: folder 37
Index #476: Alumnae Association
November 13, 1925

Box 31: folder 38
Index #477: New England Association College and Secondary Schools
December 4, 1925

Box 32: folder 1
Index #478: "Cooperation Among the Countries of the Pacific Along Education Lines"
January 22, 1925; July 10, 1925

Box 32: folder 2
Index #479: Institute of Pacific Relations at Honolulu
November 13, 1925; January 8, 15, 22, 25, 1926; February 2, 8, 18, 1926; March 16, 1926

Box 32: folder 3
Index #480: Trustee-Alumnae Conference
January 29, 1926

Box 32: folder 4
Index #481: Brooks-Bryce Cup Presentation of Miss Porter's School
February 4, 1926

Box 32: folder 5
Index #482: Graduate Council
February 26, 1926

Box 32: folder 6
Index #483: "A Next Step in Education"
March 13, 1926; April 16, 20, 24, 1926; May 7, 1926

Box 32: folder 7
Index #484: "A Great Investment for Girlhood"
March 24, 1926

Box 32: folder 8
Index #485: "The Kingdom of Heaven in Us All"
March 30, 1926

Box 32: folder 9
Index #486: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 9, 13, 1926

Box 32: folder 10
Index #487: "Education And Its Appeal to the Imagination"
June 23, 1926

Box 32: folder 11
Index #488: Silver Bay
June 21, 1926

Box 32: folder 12
Index #489: Mountain Conference
September 22, 1926

Box 32: folder 13
Index #490: Chapel Talk
September 24, 1926; December 7, 1926; October 30, 1927

Box 32: folder 14
Index #491: "Mary Lyon"
February 28, 1925

Box 32: folder 15
Index #491A: "The College Woman of the Orient"
October 2, 1926

Box 32: folder 16
Index #492: "What the American Woman Thinks"
May 1928

Box 32: folder 17
Index #493: "A Prayer for World Friendships"
n.d.

Box 32: folder 18
Index #494: "Teaching as a Profession"
October 29, 1926

Box 32: folder 19
Index #495: "In Flanders Fields"
November 11, 1926

Box 32: folder 20
Index #496: "Women in Phi Beta Kappa"
November 27, 1926

Box 32: folder 21
Index #497: Phi Beta Kappa Sesquicentennial
December 6, 1926

Box 32: folder 22
Index #498: "Educational Trends"
November 12, 1926

Box 32: folder 23
Index #499: "Women's Colleges of Today"
January 12, 20, 1927

Box 32: folder 24
Index #500: "Mary Lyon"
December 1926

Box 32: folder 25
Index #501: "A Renaissance in Health"
November 9, 1925

Box 32: folder 26
Index #502: "Education as an International Bond"
November 6, 1926

Box 32: folder 27
Index #503: "Internationalism as seen from Institute of Pacific Relations at Honolulu"
December 14, 1926; January 22, 28, 1927; February 7, 12, 27, 1927; February 29, 1928

Box 32: folder 28
Index #504: "Little Bits of Folks"
February 2, 9, 11, 1927

Box 32: folder 29
Index #505: "Mount Holyoke's One Hundredth Birthday"
February 19, 1927

Box 32: folder 30
Index #506: Broadcast
March 22, 1927

Box 32: folder 31
Index #507: T"he Need of Religion in the Life of the Girl of Today"
March 27, 1927; January 24, 1929

Box 32: folder 32
Index #508: "The Significance of Holy Week"
April 12, 1927

Box 32: folder 33
Index #509: "The Twentieth Century Y.W.C.A."
April 19, 1927

Box 32: folder 34
Index #510: Chapel Talk
April 5, 1927

Box 32: folder 35
Index #511: "The Educated Woman of the 20th Century"
April 29, 30, 1927

Box 32: folder 36
Index #512: "Mary Lyon the Progressive"
May 5, 1927

Box 32: folder 37
Index #513: Inauguration of John Edgar Park
May 5, 1927

Box 32: folder 38
Index #514: Alumnae Association Meeting
June 11, 1927

Box 32: folder 39
Index #515: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 12, 1927

Box 32: folder 40
Index #516: "Mountain Day"
June 8, 1923

Box 32: folder 41
Index #517: The Institute of Pacific Relations and China
October 1927

Box 32: folder 42
Index #518: The Institute of Education
August 7, 1927

Box 32: folder 43
Index #519: A.A.U.W.
August 1, 1927

Box 32: folder 44
Index #520: League of Women Voters
July 13, 1927

Box 32: folder 45
Index #521: Mountain Conference
September 19, 1927

Box 32: folder 46
Index #522: Chapel Talk
September 23, 1927

Box 32: folder 47
Index #523: "Has the Church a Task for the Twentieth Century Woman?"
October 19, 1927

Box 32: folder 48
Index #524: "American Educational Influences on Education of Women Abroad"
December 3, 1927

Box 32: folder 49
Index #525: "The Younger Generation"
April 20, 1928; October 2, 1928; December 10, 1928; January 24, 1929; February 27, 1929

Box 33: folder 1
Index #526: National Council of Women
December 8, 1927

Box 33: folder 2
Index #527: Chapel Talk
January 3, 1928

Box 33: folder 3
Index #528: "The Debt to Shakespeare"
January 2, 1928

Box 33: folder 4
Index #529: Intercollegiate Conference
January 21, 1928; February 4, 1928

Box 33: folder 5
Index #530: Y.W.C.A. Talk
January 20, 1928

Box 33: folder 6
Index #531: A.A.U.W.
January 31, 1928

Box 33: folder 7
Index #532: "The Opportunity of Responsibility of the A.A.U.W. in Securing Better International Relations"
February 11, 1928; March 17, 1928

Box 33: folder 8
Index #533: "A College Ramble with the Administration"
February 17, 1928

Box 33: folder 9
Index #534: James, Dr. J. Franklin
February 24, 1928

Box 33: folder 10
Index #535: "The Association and the World Outlook"
March 17, 1928; May 16, 19, 1928

Box 33: folder 11
Index #536: "Evolution in the Feminine World"
March 19, 1928; January 9, 1930

Box 33: folder 12
Index #537: "The Woman's College and the Modern Girl"
March 16, 1928

Box 33: folder 13
Index #538: "I came that they may have life"
April 1, 1928

Box 33: folder 14
Index #539: T"hy Kingdom Come"
April 17, 1928

Box 33: folder 15
Index #540: Yenching College
April 24, 1928

Box 33: folder 16
Index #541: "Things are in the Saddle and ride Mankind"
June 4, 19, 1928

Box 33: folder 17
Index #542: Vesper Talk
June 10, 1928

Box 33: folder 18
Index #543: Alumnae Forum
June 9, 1928

Box 33: folder 19
Index #544: "Women's College in America"
July 1928

Box 33: folder 20
Index #545: Chapel Talk
September 21, 1928

Box 33: folder 21
Index #546: "Why I Am Going to Vote for Hoover"
October 14, 23, 31, 1928; November 3, 1928

Box 33: folder 22
Index #547: "The Significance of Honors' Day"
October 19, 1928

Box 33: folder 23
Index #548: "What the A.A.U.W. is Trying to Accomplish"
October 20, 1928; November 16, 1928

Box 33: folder 24
Index #549: "How can Education for International Cooperating be made Effective in the U.S.?"
November 17, 19, 1928; March 21, 1928

Box 33: folder 25
Index #550: "Thou Shalt No Longer be than thy Desire"
November 13, 1928; February 21, 1929; April 15, 1929

Box 33: folder 26
Index #551: "Education of Women in the U.S."
January 8, 1929

Box 33: folder 27
Index #552: "Not by might nor by power"
January 13, 20, 1929; March 3, 1929

Box 33: folder 28
Index #553: "Educational Trends"
January 9, 29, 1929

Box 33: folder 29
Index #554: "Religion and the Girl of Today"
January 24, 1929

Box 33: folder 30
Index #555: "What College Does for Girls"
December 10, 1928

Box 33: folder 31
Index #556: "A Question and an Answer"
February 15, 1929

Box 33: folder 32
Index #557: "Thou Shalt No Longer Be Than Thy Desire"
February 21, 1929

Box 33: folder 33
Index #558: "Achievement Versus Possibility"
February 28, 1929; April 1929

Box 33: folder 34
Index #559: "Character and Religion"
March 3, 1929; January 9, 1930

Box 33: folder 35
Index #560: "Science of Powers"
n.d.

Box 33: folder 36
Index #561: "The Y.W.C.A. as a Unit"
May 12, 1929

Box 33: folder 37
Index #562: "The College of Today"
May 18, 1929

Box 33: folder 38
Index #563: "Individualizing the College Student"
May 1929

Box 33: folder 39
Index #564: T"o Radcliffe College, for the Colleges for Women"
May 31, 1929

Box 33: folder 40
Index #565: "The League's Interest in Adult Education as I Have Known It"
May 22, 1929

Box 33: folder 41
Index #566: "A Century-Old Gift"
June 5, 1929

Box 33: folder 42
Index #567: "Look Up and Laugh and Love and Lift"
June 9, 1929

Box 33: folder 43
Index #568: "World Understanding from the Point of View of Women"
June 15, 1929

Box 33: folder 44
Index #569: "Subjects and Suggestions for Talks"
n.d.

Box 33: folder 45
Index #570: Thomas, President M. Carey
n.d.

Box 34: folder 1
Index #571: Chapel Talk
September 20, 1929

Box 34: folder 2
Index #572: "William Tennent's Log College"
October 3, 1929

Box 34: folder 3
Index #573: "Citizenship as an Adventure"
October 9, 1929

Box 34: folder 4
Index #574: Broadcast
October 17, 1929

Box 34: folder 5
Index #575: "The College Girl in Relation to the Home"
October 29, 1929

Box 34: folder 6
Index #576: A.A.U.W.
October 19, 1929

Box 34: folder 7
Index #577: Woodrow Wilson Dinner
November 11, 1929

Box 34: folder 8
Index #578: "What Sixty Years has done for Women in Education"
November 1929

Box 34: folder 9
Index #579: "The Americanism of the Colleges for Women"
November 13, 1929

Box 34: folder 10
Index #580: "The Mount Holyoke of the Future"
November 25, 1929

Box 34: folder 11
Index #581: "Notable Members of the Faculty and What They are Doing"
December 13, 1929; May 1930

Box 34: folder 12
Index #582: "Has the Tenth Birthday of the League of Nations Significance?"
January 12, 1930

Box 34: folder 13
Index #583: "Mary Lyon"
February 1, 1930

Box 34: folder 14
Index #584: "Things That Are Most Worthwhile"
February 6, 1930

Box 34: folder 15
Index #585: "The Education of Girls"
February 13, 1930

Box 34: folder 16
Index #586: "Forward Steps in the A.A.U.W."
March 28, 1930; April 4, 1930; May 16, 23, 1930

Box 34: folder 17
Index #587: King's Chapel Talk
April 24, 1930

Box 34: folder 18
Index #588: "What may the Alumni do for an Institution?"
May 1, 1930

Box 34: folder 19
Index #589: "The Future and its Inspiration"
May 6, 1930

Box 34: folder 20
Index #590: "Academic Trends at Mount Holyoke"
May 16, 1930

Box 34: folder 21
Index #591: International Relations Dinner
May 17, 1930

Box 34: folder 22
Index #592: Y.W.C.A.
May 25, 1930

Box 34: folder 23
Index #593: Mount Holyoke Club of New Hampshire
May 24, 1930

Box 34: folder 24
Index #594: "A New Aspect of an Old Question"
June 11, 1931

Box 34: folder 25
Index #595: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 8, 1930

Box 34: folder 26
Index #596: "Value of Research for Women"
May 15, 1930

Box 34: folder 27
Index #597: "What's Wrong with Women Teachers?"
October 1930

Box 34: folder 28
Index #598: Chapel Talk
September 19, 1930

Box 34: folder 29
Index #599: Cultural "Values that a College Education Might Possess"
September 1930

Box 34: folder 30
Index #600: "Youth and the World"
October 27, 1930

Box 34: folder 31
Index #601: "Unfinished Educational Tasks"
November 10, 1930

Box 34: folder 32
Index #602: "The New Curriculum at Mount Holyoke"
n.d.

Box 34: folder 33
Index #603: Seven College Dinner
November 12, 1930

Box 34: folder 34
Index #604: White House Conference Dinner
November 20, 1930

Box 34: folder 35
Index #605: "Our Fiftieth Birthday"
November 19, 21, 1930; March 28, 1931

Box 34: folder 36
Index #606: Tagore Reception
December 1, 1930

Box 34: folder 37
Index #607: "Present Day Problems in the Field of Education"
January 18, 1931

Box 34: folder 38
Index #608: "Mount Holyoke's Contribution to Internationalism: Past, Present and Future"
February 13, 1931

Box 34: folder 39
Index #609: "What My Religion Means to Me"
February 25, 1931

Box 34: folder 40
Index #610: Rutgers University Talk
March 29, 1931

Box 34: folder 41
Index #611: A.A.U.W. Dinner
March 31, 1931

Box 34: folder 42
Index #612: A.A.U.W. Fiftieth Anniversary
April 10, 11, 1931

Box 34: folder 43
Index #613: Nichols, Rev. Jesse G.
April 19, 1931

Box 34: folder 44
Index #614: "We and the World"
May 1, 4, 1931

Box 34: folder 45
Index #615: Y.W.C.A. Tea
May 2, 1931

Box 34: folder 46
Index #616: "Women and Scholarship"
May 7, 1931

Box 34: folder 47
Index #617: Candlelight Services
October 12, 1930; October 9, 1932; October 22, 1933; October 14, 1934; September 29, 1935; October 11, 1936

Box 35: folder 1
Index #618: "Taking Account of Stock"
May 13, 1931; June 6, 1931

Box 35: folder 2
Index #619: Dedication of the Fountain at the Village Green
May 29, 1931

Box 35: folder 3
Index #620: "Mountain Day"
June 5, 1931

Box 35: folder 4
Index #621: Alumnae Day
June 6, 1931

Box 35: folder 5
Index #622: Baccalaureate Vespers
June 7, 1931

Box 35: folder 6
Index #623: "The Present in the Light of the Past"
June 14, 1931

Box 35: folder 7
Index #624: Endowment Dinner
May 3, 1921

Box 35: folder 8
Index #625: International Student Services Conference
August 31, 1931

Box 35: folder 9
Index #626: Phi Beta Kappa Dinner
September 9, 1931

Box 35: folder 10
Index #627: Chapel Talk
October 13, 1931

Box 35: folder 11
Index #628: Freshman Welcome
October 12, 1931

Box 35: folder 12
Index #629: "The Function of the College of Liberal Arts in Modern Life"
October 16, 1931

Box 35: folder 13
Index #630: National Society for the Study of Education
n.d.

Box 35: folder 14
Index #631: "The World We Live In"
December 2, 1931

Box 35: folder 15
Index #632: Animal Hospital Dedication
December 3, 1931

Box 35: folder 16
Index #633: "On Awakening Women to their Civic Duty"
December 16, 1931

Box 35: folder 17
Index #634: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
January 10, 1932

Box 35: folder 18
Index #635: Boston City Club
January 14, 1932

Box 35: folder 19
Index #636: Dinner in Honor of Miss Woolley
January 19, 1932

Box 35: folder 20
Index #637: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
September 16, 1932

Box 35: folder 21
Index #638: Chapel Talk
September 22, 1932

Box 35: folder 22
Index #639: "Women's Part and Power in the Peace Movement"
September 29, 1932

Box 35: folder 23
Index #640: Geneva Disarmament Conference
September 30, 1932; October 1, 1932

Box 35: folder 24
Index #641: Springfield College Club
October 5, 1932

Box 35: folder 25
Index #642: "What Happened at Geneva?"
October 10, 18, 25, 26, 29, 1932; November 14, 15, 1932; December 1, 1932

Box 35: folder 26
Index #643: Smith College Alumnae Conference
October 15, 1932

Box 35: folder 27
Index #644: "The World and the Church"
October 20, 1932

Box 35: folder 28
Index #645: Broadcast
November 3, 1932

Box 35: folder 29
Index #646: Y.W.C.A. Twenty-fifth Anniversary Celebration
November 12, 1932

Box 35: folder 30
Index #647: "Moral Disarmament and Education"
November 25, 1932; December 10, 1932; January 11, 1933

Box 35: folder 31
Index #648: "What Happened? What is Happening? What will Happen?"
December 5, 1932

Box 35: folder 32
Index #649: "The Church and World Peace"
December 6, 1932

Box 35: folder 33
Index #650: The Exchange Club
December 8, 1932

Box 35: folder 34
Index #651: "Can the Disarmament Conference Succeed?"
December 12, 1932

Box 35: folder 35
Index #652: "The Outlook for Disarmament"
January 6, 9, 12, 1933; February 24, 1933; May 19, 1933; January 1933

Box 35: folder 36
Index #653: "The Status of Disarmament"
January 17, 1933

Box 35: folder 37
Index #654: Broadcast at Eight Conference on the Cause and Cure for War
January 17, 1933

Box 35: folder 38
Index #655: Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D.
February 8, 1933

Box 35: folder 39
Index #656: "The Year at Geneva"
February 13, 25, 1933; March 18, 31, 1933

Box 35: folder 40
Index #657: "What I Owe to my Father"
February 19, 1933

Box 35: folder 41
Index #658: "The Disarmed Mind"
February 20, 1933

Box 35: folder 42
Index #659: "Disarmament and its Relation to International Questions"
February 28, 1933; March 30, 1933

Box 35: folder 43
Index #660: South Hadley Church
March 12, 1933

Box 35: folder 44
Index #661: "Educational Trends of Today"
March 18, 1933

Box 35: folder 45
Index #662: Chicago, University of
March 19, 1933; January 14, 1934

Box 35: folder 46
Index #663: "Education and World Mindedness"
March 20, 1933; April 12, 1933

Box 36: folder 1
Index #664: Trust Officers Luncheon
March 31, 1933

Box 36: folder 2
Index #665: "Women's Part in the Settlement of International Problems"
April 20, 1933

Box 36: folder 3
Index #666: "Disarmament"
April 23, 1933

Box 36: folder 4
Index #667: A.A.U.W. Biennial Address
May 17, 1933

Box 36: folder 5
Index #668: "The Work of University Women for Peace"
May 21, 1933

Box 36: folder 6
Index #669: "Education for Peace"
May 25, 1933

Box 36: folder 7
Index #670: Chapin School Commencement
June 2, 1933

Box 36: folder 8
Index #671: "An Age of Power"
June 13, 14, 1933

Box 36: folder 9
Index #672: What is Happening at Geneva?
June 21, 1933

Box 36: folder 10
Index #673: "A New Responsibility"
August 26, 1933; September 8, 1933

Box 36: folder 11
Index #674: "The World We Live In"
August 27, 1933

Box 36: folder 12
Index #675: "World Planning for Peace--Through Education"
September 17, 1933

Box 36: folder 13
Index #676: Chapel Talk
September 21, 1933

Box 36: folder 14
Index #677: "World Thinking on Disarmament Problems"
October 1, 1933

Box 36: folder 15
Index #678: "Educating for Peace"
October 13, 1933; April 14, 1934

Box 36: folder 16
Index #679: "International Peace and Disarmament"
October 15, 1933

Box 36: folder 17
Index #680: "The Duty of the Church in the Field of International Relations"
October 17, 1933

Box 36: folder 18
Index #681: Suffield School Centennial
October 25, 1933

Box 36: folder 19
Index #682: "The National and International Character of our College"
November 2, 1933

Box 36: folder 20
Index #683: "After Fifteen Years"
November 5, 12, 1933

Box 36: folder 21
Index #684: "The Place of the Teacher in World Problems"
November 11, 1933

Box 36: folder 22
Index #685: "Geneva and the International Situation"
November 28, 1933; December 2, 13, 14, 1933

Box 36: folder 23
Index #686: Chapel Talk
January 3, 1934

Box 36: folder 24
Index #687: Broadcast
January 4, 1934

Box 36: folder 25
Index #688: "Understanding the International Situation"
January 18, 1934

Box 36: folder 26
Index #689: Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D.
February 7, 1934

Box 36: folder 27
Index #690: "Mount Holyoke's Assets--An Enduring Idea"
February 14, 1934

Box 36: folder 28
Index #691: "What Every Alumna Should Know"
February 17, 1934

Box 36: folder 29
Index #692: "The Will to Peace"
February 21, 28, 1934

Box 36: folder 30
Index #693: "Internationalism--Its Present and Its Future"
February 27, 1934

Box 36: folder 31
Index #694: Trust Officers Luncheon
March 1, 1934

Box 36: folder 32
Index #695: Harvard University
February 18, 1934

Box 36: folder 33
Index #696: "Geneva--The Present Situation"
March 29, 1934, April 30, 1934

Box 36: folder 34
Index #697: "Peace and Disarmament"
April 3, 1934

Box 36: folder 35
Index #698: "Mount Holyoke--A Progressive College"
April 14, 1934

Box 36: folder 36
Index #699: Palmer Memorial Institute
April 20, 1934

Box 36: folder 37
Index #700: "The Church in Action for International Peace"
May 2, 1934

Box 36: folder 38
Index #701: Mother's Day Dinner
May 13, 1934

Box 36: folder 39
Index #702: Ward-Belmont School
May 29, 1934

Box 36: folder 40
Index #703: Fiftieth Anniversary
June 15, 21, 28, 1934

Box 36: folder 41
Index #704: "Some Aspects of our Foreign Policy"
June 11, 1934

Box 36: folder 42
Index #705: Lake Erie College-Seventy-fifth Anniversary
June 13, 1934

Box 36: folder 43
Index #705A: Talk on Woodrow Wilson
n.d.

Box 36: folder 44
Index #706: Opening Chapel Talk
September 20, 1934

Box 36: folder 45
Index #707: "Thirty-Five Years A Forecast"
October 1, 1934

Box 36: folder 46
Index #708: President Chalmers (Inauguration of)
October 10, 1934

Box 36: folder 47
Index #709: "Sufficient Unto the Day is the Miracle Thereof"
October 14, 1934

Box 36: folder 48
Index #710: General Electric Luncheon
October 16, 1934

Box 36: folder 49
Index #711: Trust Officers' Luncheon
October 17, 1934

Box 36: folder 50
Index #712: "The International Situation and the Teacher"
October 26, 1934

Box 36: folder 51
Index #713: "The New Deal for the Woman's Club"
October 31, 1934

Box 36: folder 52
Index #714: Y.W.C.A. Broadcast
November 15, 1934

Box 36: folder 53
Index #715: Trust Officers' Luncheon
November 14, 1934

Box 36: folder 54
Index #716: "The Point and Purpose of our Alliance"
November 22, 1934

Box 36: folder 55
Index #717: "The International Situation and the Public"
November 16, 17, 1934

Box 36: folder 56
Index #718: "Because Wars Waste Human Life"
November 1934

Box 36: folder 57
Index #719: Trust Officers' Luncheon
November 14, 21, 1934

Box 36: folder 58
Index #720: "The International Outlook and Our Responsibility"
January 12, 13, 1935

Box 36: folder 59
Index #721: "Internationalism and Disarmament"
January 15, 1935

Box 36: folder 60
Index #722: "The International Outlook and Our Responsibility"
February 4, 6, 1935

Box 36: folder 61
Index #723: "The Will to Peace"
February 5, 1935

Box 36: folder 62
Index #725: "The College Woman in the World Community"
February 20, 22, 1934

Box 36: folder 1
Index #726: "The Woman's College in a New Day"
February 28, 1935

Box 36: folder 2
Index #727: "The Child in Relation to the Twentieth Century"
February 27, 1935

Box 36: folder 3
Index #728: "Thine Eyes Shall See the King in His Beauty: They Shall Behold the Land that is Very Far Off"
March 19, 1935; April 7, 1935

Box 36: folder 4
Index #729: "The College and the World of Today"
April 5, 1935

Box 36: folder 5
Index #730: "The International Outlook and Our Responsibility"
April 8, 1935

Box 36: folder 6
Index #731: "We will carry on as well as you have"
April 11, 1935

Box 36: folder 7
Index #732: "College Why?"
April 9, 1935

Box 36: folder 8
Index #733: "Progress, Man's Distinctive Mark Alone"
May 27, 1935; June 17, 1935

Box 36: folder 9
Index #734: "The International Outlook and Our Responsibility"
May 27, 1935

Box 36: folder 10
Index #735: "Education--Why?"
June 4, 6, 1935

Box 36: folder 11
Index #736: "Elisha Benjamin Andrews"
June 15, 1935

Box 36: folder 12
Index #737: "Who Yet Speaketh"
September 6, 1935

Box 36: folder 13
Index #738: Fellowship Dinner
September 14, 1935

Box 36: folder 14
Index #739: "Progress is the Law of Life"
September 19, 1935

Box 36: folder 15
Index #740: One Hundred Fiftieth Anniversary of Buckland Church
October 1, 1935

Box 36: folder 16
Index #741: "The Educator and Peace"
October 10, 1935

Box 36: folder 17
Index #742: "The New World and the Grown-up"
October 2, 1935; January 15, 1936

Box 36: folder 18
Index #743: "And in Today Already Walks Tomorrow"
October 2, 1935

Box 36: folder 19
Index #744: Address--Dedication of Addition to Library
November 8, 1935

Box 36: folder 20
Index #745: Seven College Dinner
October 30, 1935

Box 36: folder 21
Index #746: "Peace is Just a Matter of Stopping to Think"
November 10, 1935

Box 36: folder 22
Index #747: Federation of Women's Clubs
November 23, 1935

Box 36: folder 23
Index #748: Greeting
December 9, 1935

Box 36: folder 24
Index #749: "The International Situation"
December 11, 1935

Box 36: folder 25
Index #750: "The Intelligent Citizen in the 20th Century"
January 10, 18, 1936

Box 36: folder 26
Index #751: Homely Talk
January 9, 1936

Box 36: folder 27
Index #752: South Congregational Church
January 26, 1936

Box 36: folder 28
Index #753: Dinner, Conference on the Cause and Cure of War
January 21, 1936

Box 36: folder 29
Index #754: Boston College Club Dinner
January 30, 1936

Box 36: folder 30
Index #755: "Taking Account of Stock"
February 15, 1936

Box 36: folder 31
Index #756: "After 100 Years"
February 19, 1936

Box 36: folder 32
Index #757: "Facing a New Half Century"
February 26, 1936

Box 36: folder 33
Index #758: "Foreign Affairs"
April 1936

Box 36: folder 34
Index #759: "And in Today Already Walks Tomorrow"
April 1, 1936

Box 36: folder 35
Index #760: Detroit Trust Officers' Luncheon
March 19, 1936

Box 36: folder 36
Index #761: "Thinking Internationally"
March 18, 1936; April 3, 1936

Box 36: folder 37
Index #762: "Religion and the International Problem"
April 13, 1936

Box 36: folder 38
Index #763: "Goodwill in a Troubled World"
May 7, 1936

Box 36: folder 39
Index #764: "My Responsibility in a Troubled World"
May 15, 1936

Box 36: folder 40
Index #765: "Exploring and Possessing the Unclaimed Areas in World Peace"
May 14, 1936

Box 36: folder 41
Index #766: Park Place Church Dedication
May 17, 1936

Box 36: folder 42
Index #767: Saint Louis Trust Officers' Luncheon
May 13, 1936

Box 36: folder 43
Index #768: "The Thinking Woman in the Twentieth Century"
May 21, 1936

Box 36: folder 44
Index #769: Commencement Address
May 26, 1936

Box 36: folder 45
Index #770: Commencement Address
June 1, 1936

Box 36: folder 46
Index #771: "Reflections on Thirty-five Years of Education"
June 12, 1936

Box 36: folder 47
Index #772: "Why Education?"
June 15, 1936

Box 36: folder 1
Index #773: "Taking Account of International Stock"
July 8, 1936

Box 36: folder 2
Index #774: "Taking Account of International Stock"
July 22, 1936

Box 36: folder 3
Index #775: "Thinking Internationally"
July 22, 1936

Box 36: folder 4
Index #776: "Thinking Internationally"
July 23, 1936

Box 36: folder 5
Index #777: "Thinking Internationally"
July 22, 1936

Box 36: folder 6
Index #778: "The Good Neighbor Ideal"
September 15, 1936

Box 36: folder 7
Index #779: Chapel--Opening Talk
September 24, 1936

Box 36: folder 8
Index #780: Convocation Address
October 6, 1936

Box 36: folder 9
Index #781: "The Old Order Changeth"
October 10, 1936

Box 36: folder 10
Index #782: "The old-time Lady Principal versus the new-time Dean"
October 22, 1936

Box 36: folder 11
Index #783: Quota Club
November 9, 1935

Box 36: folder 12
Index #784: "What's Next?" Armistice Day Address
November 11, 1936

Box 36: folder 13
Index #785: Plantations Club Address
December 1, 1936

Box 36: folder 14
Index #786: "A Giver of Gifts"
December 5, 1936; January 25, 1937; March 20, 1937

Box 36: folder 15
Index #787: Women and the Federal Council
December 10, 1936

Box 36: folder 16
Index #788: Resolutions in honor of Ellen Fitz Pendleton
Autumn 1936; December 16, 1936

Box 36: folder 17
Index #789: "The Field of Liberalism in America"
December 19, 1936

Box 36: folder 18
Index #790: People's Mandate Luncheon
January 9, 1937

Box 36: folder 19
Index #791: "Taking Account of International Stock"
January 19, 1937

Box 36: folder 20
Index #792: "I Knew Woody"
February 3, 1937

Box 36: folder 21
Index #793: "The College and Optimism at Seventy"
June 1937

Box 36: folder 22
Index #794: Mills College Dinner
April 7, 1937

Box 36: folder 23
Index #795: "The Continued Education of University Women"
April 14, 1937

Box 36: folder 24
Index #796: "Mount Holyoke in the International Field"
May 7, 1937

Box 36: folder 25
Index #797: "Undergraduate Education--What of its Future?"
May 21, 1937

Box 36: folder 26
Index #798: "A Quarter Century in Church and College"
May 23, 1937

Box 36: folder 27
Index #799: St. Mary's Hall Centennial
May 29, 1937

Box 36: folder 28
Index #800: Sweet Briar College
October 29, 1937

Box 36: folder 29
Index #801: Mount Vernon Seminary
November 5, 1937

Box 36: folder 30
Index #802: New Jersey College for Women
November 2, 1937

Box 36: folder 31
Index #803: Elmira College
December 6, 1937

Box 36: folder 32
Index #804: Albany--Student Christian Movement
December 10, 1937

Box 36: folder 33
Index #805: Armistice Day Talk
November 7, 1937

Box 36: folder 34
Index #806: Elmira Forum
December 5, 1937

Box 36: folder 35
Index #806A: "The People's Mandate--Why?"
January 10, 1938

Box 36: folder 36
Index #807: Georgia State Women's College
January 14, 15, 1938

Box 36: folder 37
Index #808: The Berry Schools
January 13, 1938

Box 36: folder 38
Index #809: "Kate Smith--Columbia Broadcast"
January 6, 1938

Box 36: folder 39
Index #810: League of American Writers
March 24, 1939

Box 36: folder 40
Index #811: Women's Cooperating Commission
December 8, 1938

Box 39: folder 1
Index #812: Lawyers' Committee on American Relations with Spain
November 19, 1938

Box 39: folder 2
Index #813: "Our World"
November 11, 1938

Box 39: folder 3
Index #814: "And What Doth the Lord Require of Thee?"
August 20, 1938

Box 39: folder 4
Index #815: International Peace Campaign
July 23, 24, 1938

Box 39: folder 5
Index #816: Lake Erie College
June 14, 1938

Box 39: folder 6
Index #817: Moulton College
June 11, 1938

Box 39: folder 7
Index #818: Beloit College
June 15, 1938

Box 39: folder 8
Index #819: National Education Association
June 27, 1938

Box 39: folder 9
Index #820: "To What End--Education?"
May 1938; June 28, 1938

Box 39: folder 10
Index #821: Monticello College--Centenary
May 30, 1938

Box 39: folder 11
Index #822: "The Lord's hand is not shattered"
March 4, 1938

Box 39: folder 12
Index #823: A.A.U.W. Luncheon
March 10, 1938

Box 39: folder 13
Index #824: Alumnae--Northern California
March 12, 1938

Box 39: folder 14
Index #825: "Collective Security of Reason"
March 18, 1938

Box 39: folder 15
Index #826: "What's Right with America?"
October 12 (year unknown)

Box 39: folder 16
Index #827: "Reflections on the International Situation"
circa 1937

Box 39: folder 17
Index #828: "If I had a Daughter"
August 1939

Box 39: folder 18
Index #829: "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow"
February 5, 1939

Box 39: folder 19
Index #830: "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow"
February 8, 1939

Box 39: folder 20
Index #831: "Today and Tomorrow"
February 7, 1939

Box 39: folder 21
Index #832: "Women's Leadership in Education"
April 1, 1939

Box 39: folder 22
Index #833: "What of the Future"
May 8, 18, 24, 27, 1939

Box 39: folder 23
Index #834: Agnes Scott College
June 6, 1939

Box 39: folder 24
Index #835: "Committed to Thy Trust"
June 11, 1939

Box 39: folder 25
Index #836: "Outlook for Democracy"
June 29, 1939

Box 39: folder 26
Index #837: "Fruit of the Spirit"
July 23, 1939

Box 39: folder 27
Index #839: "The Crisis and our Responsibility"
November 9, 11, 12, 27, 1939; January 9, 12, 1940; February 1940; March 1940

Box 39: folder 28
Index #840: "Education of Women"
December 1939

Box 39: folder 29
Index #841: "Government by Discussion versus Government without Discussion"
January 27, 1940

Box 39: folder 30
Index #842: Greater New York Conference on Inalienable Rights
February 12, 1940

Box 39: folder 31
Index #843: "Women in the Twentieth Century World"
October 11, 1940

Box 39: folder 32
Index #844: Y.W.C.A. Seventy-fifth Anniversary
April 8, 1940

Box 39: folder 33
Index #845: "The World of Tomorrow"
June 7, 11, 17, 1940; July 2-12, 26, 27, 1940

Box 39: folder 34
Index #846: "The Twentieth Century Christian"
September 22, 29, 1940

Box 39: folder 35
Index #847: "The Search after Power"
September 30, 1940

Box 39: folder 36
Index #848: "Women in the Twentieth Century"
October 11, 1940

Box 39: folder 37
Index #849: College of Osteopathic Physicians
November 19, 1940

Box 40: folder 1
Index #850: "To What End--Education?"
January 14, 16, 19, 1941; March 8, 1941

Box 40: folder 2
Index #851: League of Nations conference
April 20, 1941

Box 40: folder 3
Index #852: Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies
April 23, 1941

Box 40: folder 4
Index #853: "Our International Responsibility"
May 5-10, 1941

Box 40: folder 5
Index #854: "Our Latent Resources"
June 1941; June 16, 1941

Box 40: folder 6
Index #855: "So Build We Up the Being that We Are"
August 3, 1941

Box 40: folder 7
Index #856: "There is a Lion in the Way"
August 23, 1941; October 9, 1941

Box 40: folder 8
Index #857: Pembroke College Fiftieth Anniversary
September 24, 1941

Box 40: folder 9
Index #858: Women's Cooperating Commission
October 6, 1941

Box 40: folder 10
Index #859: Helen Bragdon (Inauguration of as President of Lake Erie College)
November 1, 1941

Box 40: folder 11
Index #860: "The World Future--What?"
November 12, 14, 1941; January 14, 1942

Box 40: folder 12
Index #862: Pembroke College Fiftieth Anniversary
May 16, 1942

Box 40: folder 13
Index #863: "And In Today Already Walks Tomorrow"
May 30, 1942

Box 40: folder 14
Index #865: Park Place Church Sixtieth Anniversary
October 30, 1942

Box 40: folder 15
Index #866: Detroit Conference
November 18-19, 1942

Box 40: folder 16
Index #867: "Preparation for Reconstruction"
November 20, 1942

Box 40: folder 17
Index #868: "What Place Shall Women Have in Sharing Policies?"
n.d.

Box 40: folder 18
Index #869: "And In Today Already Walks Tomorrow"
February 16, 1943

Box 40: folder 19
Index #870: "Woman's Place in the Coming World"
March 10, 1943

Box 40: folder 20
Index #871: Wells College--Vespers
May 16, 1943

Box 40: folder 21
Index #872: "Latent Moral and Political Power of American Women"
July 12-13, 1943

Box 40: folder 22
Index #873: "The Contribution of Women and the Creation of a World Order"
n.d.

Box 40: folder 23
Index #874: "Disarmament"
n.d.

Box 40: folder 24
Index #875: "Woman's Place in the Coming World"
November 3, 4, 5, 1943

Box 40: folder 25
Index #876: "Christian Mission on World Order"
November 3, 4, 5, 1943

Box 40: folder 26
Index #877: "The Church and the Community Face Their Task"
November 1943

Box 40: folder 27
Index #878: "The Wiser World We Want"
November 1943

Box 40: folder 28
Index #879: "Position of College-Trained Women in Post-War World"
January 19, 1944; February 28, 29, 1944

Box 40: folder 29
Index #880: "Tomorrow--And its World"
April 17, 1944

Box 40: folder 30
Index #881: "The American Student of the Post-War World"
June 27, 1944

Box 40: folder 31
Index #882: "Respect"
n.d.

Box 40: folder 32
Index #883: "The International Must"
January 29, 1942

Box 40: folder 33
Index #884: Geneva Talks
1932

Box 40: folder 34
Index #885: "Peace--A Matter of Stopping to Think"
November 1936

Box 40: folder 35
"Miscellaneous"
1934; 1939

Box 40: folder 36
"Miscellaneous"
n.d.

Box 40: folder 37
"Suggestions for talks"
n.d.

Box 40: folder 38
Northfield Conference
August 9-11, 1899

Box 41: folder 1
"Miscellaneous"
February 5-23, 1900; April 28, 1900

Box 41: folder 2
Inaugural address
May 15, 1901

Box 41: folder 3
"Miscellaneous"
September 21, 1902; October 8-10, 1902; December 3-21, 1902

Box 41: folder 4
"Miscellaneous"
1903

Box 41: folder 5
"Miscellaneous"
1904

Box 41: folder 6
"Miscellaneous"
1905

Box 41: folder 7
"Miscellaneous"
1906

Box 41: folder 8
"Miscellaneous"
1907

Box 41: folder 9
"Miscellaneous"
1908

Box 41: folder 10
"Miscellaneous"
1909

Box 41: folder 11
"Miscellaneous"
1910

Box 41: folder 12
"Miscellaneous"
1911

Box 42: folder 1
"Miscellaneous"
1912

Box 42: folder 2
"Miscellaneous"
1923

Box 42: folder 3
"Miscellaneous"
1924-1927

Box 42: folder 4
Other Writings
1894-1944


Bibliographies of Woolley's publications, 1937


Box 43: folder 1
1894-1904


Box 43: folder 2
1905


Box 43: folder 3
1909-1917


Box 43: folder 4
1920-1922


Box 43: folder 5
"Lida Shaw King: An Appreciation"
1923

Box 43: folder 6
1924-1927, 1930


Box 43: folder 7
What I Owe to my Father
1931

Box 43: folder 8
1932-1933


Box 43: folder 9
1934-1935


Box 43: folder 10
"Internationalism and Disarmament"
1935

Box 43: folder 11
Why Wars Must Cease
1935

Box 44: folder 1
1936-1939


Box 44: folder 2
1941-1944


Box 44: folder 3
Autobiographical Materials
circa 1939, n.d.


Miscellaneous notes for autobiography
circa 1939

Box 45: folder 1
Draft chapter, "Hope Springs Eternal"
circa 1939

Box 45: folder 2
Draft chapter, "Introduction to My Career as a Diplomat"
circa 1939

Box 45: folder 3
School essay, "Respect"
n.d.

Box 45: folder 4
Memos, notes for "The Doldrums", Geneva Conference notes
n.d.

Box 45: folder 5
Diaries, Appointment Books, Calendars
1901-1945


Address Book, "Visits Book"
1901;circa 1903, circa 1903

Box 46: folder 1
A Line A Day Book
1903-1907

Box 46: folder 2
A Line A Day Book
1908-1912

Box 46: folder 3
A Line A Day Book
1913-1917

Box 46: folder 4
A Line A Day Book
1917-1921

Box 46: folder 5
A Line A Day Book
1921-1925

Box 46: folder 6
Notebook
1925

Box 47: folder 1
A Line A Day Book
1926-1929

Box 47: folder 2
The Year 1926 Appointment Book
1926

Box 47: folder 3
Leather-bound Diary
1932

Box 47: folder 4
The Year 1932 Appointment Book
1932

Box 48: folder 1
Calendar
1932

Box 48: folder 2
A Line A Day Books
1935-1939

Box 48: folder 3
The Year 1936
Appointment Book 1936

Box 48: folder 4
The Year 1937 Appointment Book
1937

Box 49: folder 1
Calendar
1937

Box 49: folder 2
The Year 1938 Appointment Book
1938

Box 49: folder 3
Calendar
1938

Box 49: folder 4
Five Year Diary
1940-1944

Box 50: folder 1
Day By Day Desk Calendar
1940

Box 50: folder 2
Year Book Appointment Book
1940

Box 50: folder 3
Deskaide Appointment Book
1941

Box 50: folder 4
Year Book Appointment Book
1941

Box 51: folder 1
Year Book Appointment Book
1941

Box 51: folder 2
Deskaide Appointment Book
1942

Box 51: folder 3
Daily Calendar Diary Appointment Book
1942

Box 51: folder 4
Year Book Appointment Book
1942

Box 51: folder 5
Calendar
1942

Box 51: folder 6
Year Book Appointment Book
1943

Box 52: folder 1
Year Book Appointment Book
1943

Box 52: folder 2
Calendar
1943

Box 52: folder 3
Diary 1944 Appointment Book
1944

Box 52: folder 4
A Line A Day Appointment Book
1945

Box 52: folder 5
Conference Materials
1921-1938


China: notebook
1921

Box 53: folder 1
China: notebook
1921

Box 53: folder 2
China: notebook
1921

Box 53: folder 3
China: two notebooks
1921

Box 53: folder 4
China: minutes, program, notes
1921

Box 53: folder 5
Hawaii: notebook
1925

Box 53: folder 6
Hawaii: notebook
1925

Box 53: folder 7
Hawaii: notebook
1925

Box 53: folder 8
Hawaii: notebook I
1927

Box 53: folder 9
Hawaii: notebook II
1927

Box 53: folder 10
Hawaii: notebook III
1927

Box 53: folder 11
Hawaii: notebook IV
1927

Box 53: folder 12
Geneva Disarmament Conference appointment letter (Shelved in FOLIO)
1932

Box 54: folder 1
Geneva Disarmament Conference Nous Desarmons Packet
1932

Box 54: folder 2
Geneva Disarmament Conference: pamphlets
1932

Box 54: folder 3
Geneva Disarmament Conference: notes
1932

Box 54: folder 4
Geneva Disarmament Conference: notes
1932

Box 54: folder 5
Geneva Disarmament Conference: notebooks I-III
1932

Box 54: folder 6
Geneva Disarmament Conference: notebooks IV-V
1932

Box 54: folder 7
Geneva Disarmament Conference: notebooks VI-VII
1932

Box 54: folder 8
Geneva Disarmament Conference: notebooks VIII-X
1932

Box 54: folder 9
Geneva Disarmament Conference: notebooks XI-XII
1932

Box 54: folder 10
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace list of signers
1932

Box 55: folder 1
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Canada, Holland, Mexico, Hawaiian Territory, Puerto Rico)
1932

Box 55: folder 2
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas)
1932

Box 55: folder 3
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (California, Colorado, Connecticut)
1932

Box 55: folder 4
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia)
1932

Box 55: folder 5
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa)
1932

Box 55: folder 6
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana)
1932

Box 55: folder 7
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts)
1932

Box 55: folder 8
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri)
1932

Box 55: folder 9
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey)
1932

Box 55: folder 10
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (New York
1932

Box 55: folder 11
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon)
1932

Box 55: folder 12
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota)
1932

Box 55: folder 13
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont Virginia)
1932

Box 56: folder 1
Geneva Disarmament Conference: petitions for peace (Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming; location not given)
1932

Box 56: folder 2
Geneva Disarmament Conference: sketches of delegates by Oscar Lazar (Shelved in FOLIO)
1932

Box 56: folder 3
International Federation of University Women: programs, agenda, schedules
1938

Box 57: folder 1
International Federation of University Women: reports, agendas, balance sheet
1938

Box 57: folder 2
Scrapbooks
1901-1941, n.d.


1901-1902

Box 58
1902-1904

Box 59
1907-1911

Box 60
1912-1914


1914-1919

Box 61
Geneva
1932

Box 62
1932-1945

Box 63
Statistics about Mount Holyoke College
1903-1919


Statistical surveys and bulletins
1903-1912

Box 64: folder 1
Statistical provisions, questionnaires, surveys
1913-1919

Box 64: folder 2
Notebook
circa 1907-circa 1912

Box 64: folder 3
Loose surveys, notes, records
circa 1898-circa 1912, n.d.

Box 64: folder 4
Inauguration Materials
1900-1901


Committee of Inauguration minutes
May 1901

Box 65: folder 1
Announcements, programs, invitations, tickets
May 1901

Box 65: folder 2
Inauguration program
1901

Box 65: folder 3
Clippings
January 1900-June 1901

Box 65: folder 4
Acceptances, Adams-Cook
1901

Box 65: folder 5
Acceptances, Cooley-Gulick
1901

Box 65: folder 6
Acceptances, Hall-Norcross
1901

Box 65: folder 7
Acceptances, Oberlin-Taylor
1901

Box 65: folder 8
Acceptances, Terry-Wright
1901

Box 65: folder 9
Regrets, Abbott-Crucker
1901

Box 66: folder 1
Regrets, Cutter-Knight
1901

Box 66: folder 2
Regrets, Lane-Root
1901

Box 66: folder 3
Regrets, Royal Halloway College-Watson
1901

Box 66: folder 4
Regrets, Weeden-Young
1901

Box 66: folder 5
Correspondence: Congratulations
1901

Box 66: folder 6
Legal Documents
1921, 1922, 1932, 1947


Birth certificate and vaccination record
1921, 1922

Box 67: folder 1
Passport
1932

Box 67: folder 2
Will
1947

Box 67: folder 3
Honors and Awards
circa 1893-circa 1947, n.d.


Lists, notes
circa 1947

Box 68: folder 1
Correspondence, citations and articles
1910, 1914, 1923, 1931-1940, 1946

Box 68: folder 2
Correspondence, awards, program, and commemorative ode (Shelved in FOLIO)
1921, 1931, 1939, 1941

Box 68: folder 3
Honorary degree citations (Shelved in FOLIO)
1900-1940

Box 68: folder 4
Honorary degree citations
1931-1937

Box 68: folder 5
Letters of appreciation
1937, 1939

Box 68: folder 6
Programs, certificates, and membership cards
circa 1893-1946

Box 68: folder 7
Mary Emma Woolley Foundation
1921

Box 69: folder 1
Mary E. Woolley International Fellowship: brochures, announcements, and correspondence
1935-1946

Box 69: folder 2
Mary E. Woolley International Fellowship: book of signatures of donors
1939

Box 69: folder 3
Mary E. Woolley International Fellowship: book of signatures of donors
1945

Box 69: folder 4
Mary Lyon and Mary Woolley luncheon
March 18, 1937

Box 69: folder 5
Testimonial book, Mount Holyoke College faculty
1937

Box 69: folder 6
Delegates badge to fiftieth anniversary of Vassar
1915

Box 70
Connecticut and Mexican commemoration coins
1894, 1935

Box 70
Offert Par Le Conseil Federal Suisse et Les Autorites Genevoises
1932

Box 70
Monticello College Seal, The Philharmonic Symphony Society medal
1938, 1942

Box 70
Near-East Relief medal
1915

Box 70
Nathan Hale medal
1925

Box 70
Medal
1912-1913

Box 70
Pro-Dania medal
1945

Box 70
Massachusetts Peace Society medal
n.d.

Box 70
Daughters of the American Revolution lapel pin
n.d.

Box 70
Pour La France medal
n.d.

Box 70
Brown University Susan Colver Rosenberger medal
n.d.

Box 70
Mount Holyoke College seventy-fifth anniversary badge
1912

Box 70
Fifteenth International Congress Against Alcoholism delegate badge
September 21-26, 1920

Box 70
League to Enforce Peace delegate badge
1919

Box 70: folder 1
Memorabilia
1884-1946, n.d.


Announcements, programs, lists, and notes
circa 1905-1946

Box 71: folder 1
Calendar
1937

Box 71: folder 2
Cards
1915, 1930, 1941, n.d.

Box 71: folder 3
Collection of signatures of Mount Holyoke alumnae (Shelved in FOLIO)
June 12, 1937

Box 71: folder 4
Geneva Disarmament Conference Memorabilia
1932

Box 71: folder 5
Geneva Disarmament Conference Memorabilia
1932

Box 71: folder 6
Diplomas: Wheaton Female Seminary and Brown University (Shelved in FOLIO)
1884, 1895

Box 71: folder 7
Guest book
1901-1919

Box 71: folder 8
Guest book
1920-1937

Box 71: folder 9
Invitations
circa 1900-1936

Box 71: folder 10
Letters to and clippings concerning dogs
circa 1924-1932

Box 71: folder 11
Membership certificates (Shelved in FOLIO)
1893-1943, n.d.

Box 71: folder 12
Poems and prayers
1926-1930, n.d.

Box 71: folder 13
Ribbon
1898

Box 71: folder 14
Books that Belonged to Woolley
1869-1942, n.d.


Credo by Anne C.E. Allinson, Love and Life by Elsa Tudor, Before I Die by an American Soldier
1934, 1935, 1942

Box 72: folder 1
A Hundred Years of Mount Holyoke College by Arthur C. Cole
1940

Box 72: folder 2
The Holy Bible
n.d.

Box 72: folder 3
The Holy Bible
1870

Box 72: folder 4
The Whittier Birthday Book
1889

Box 72: folder 5
The Ghosts of My Friends
June 1909

Box 72: folder 6
The New Testament
1929

Box 72: folder 7
The Holy Bible
1898

Box 73: folder 1
The Holy Bible
1870

Box 74: folder 1
Biographical Information
1895-1947, n.d.


Articles
1895-1903

Box 75: folder 1
Articles
1904-1912

Box 75: folder 2
Articles
1913-1929

Box 75: folder 3
Articles
1930-1931

Box 75: folder 4
Articles
1932

Box 75: folder 5
Articles
1933-1937

Box 75: folder 6
Articles and miscellaneous items
1938-1940

Box 75: folder 7
Women Leaders, edited by Philip Henry Lotz
1940

Box 75: folder 8
Articles
1941-1947

Box 75: folder 9
Obituaries and tributes
1947

Box 75: folder 10
Obituaries and tributes
1947

Box 76: folder 1
Memorials and tributes
1947

Box 76: folder 2
Articles
n.d.

Box 76: folder 3
Sound Recordings
1920, 1937, n.d.

Box 76
"The Strength of Goodness" chapel talk
1920

Box 77: folder 1
Address to Mount Holyoke Clubs
n.d.

Box 77: folder 2
"Mt. Holyoke 1837-1937" (Shelved in FOLIO)
March 23, 1937

Box 77: folder 3
Photographs
circa 1845-circa 1947

Box 77
General Information
n.d.

Box 78: folder 1
Photographs of Woolley
circa 1864-1870s

Box 78: folder 2
Photographs of Woolley
circa 1880s-1890s

Box 78: folder 3
Photographs of Woolley
circa 1900-1901

Box 78: folder 4
Photographs of Woolley
1902

Box 78: folder 5
Photographs of Woolley
1902

Box 78: folder 6
Photographs of Woolley
1903

Box 78: folder 7
Photographs of Woolley
1903

Box 78: folder 8
Photographs of Woolley
circa 1904-1908

Box 78: folder 9
Photographs of Woolley
1909

Box 78: folder 10
Photographs of Woolley
1909-circa 1910

Box 78: folder 11
Photographs of Woolley
1911

Box 78: folder 12
Photographs of Woolley
1911

Box 78: folder 13
Photographs of Woolley
circa 1912-1920s

Box 78: folder 14
7814Photographs of Woolley circa 1912-1920s
Photographs of Woolley
1920s-1930s

Box 78: folder 15
Photographs of Woolley
1921

Box 79: folder 1
Photographs of Woolley
circa 1930s

Box 79: folder 2
Photographs of Woolley
circa 1930s

Box 79: folder 3
Photographs of Woolley
1931

Box 79: folder 4
Photographs of Woolley
1931

Box 79: folder 5
Photographs of Woolley
1932-1933

Box 79: folder 6
Photographs of Woolley: Geneva Disarmament Conference
1932

Box 79: folder 7
797Photographs of Woolley: Geneva Disarmament Conference 1932
Photographs of Woolley
circa 1934-1935

Box 79: folder 8
Photographs of Woolley
1935

Box 79: folder 9
Photographs of Woolley
1936

Box 79: folder 10
Photographs of Woolley
1930s-1940s

Box 79: folder 11
Portraits: paintings, drawings, etc., of Woolley


Box 79: folder 12
Photographs of Woolley with others
circa 1900

Box 80: folder 1
Photographs of Woolley with others
circa 1901-1919

Box 80: folder 2
Photographs of Woolley with others
circa 1920s

Box 80: folder 3
803Photographs of Woolley with others circa 1920s
Photographs of Woolley with others
circa 1930s

Box 80: folder 4
804Photographs of Woolley with others circa 1930s
Photographs of Woolley with others
circa 1930s

Box 80: folder 5
Photographs of Woolley with others
circa 1930s

Box 80: folder 6
Photographs of Woolley with others: Geneva Disarmament Conference
1932

Box 80: folder 7
Photographs of Woolley with others
circa 1940s

Box 80: folder 8
Photographs taken during trip to Orient
1921-1922

Box 81: folder 1
Photographs taken during trip to Orient
1921-1922

Box 81: folder 2
Photographs taken during trip to Orient
1921-1922

Box 81: folder 3
Photographs relating to Geneva Disarmament Conference
1932

Box 81: folder 4
Photographs Relating to Woolley
circa 1900-1947

Box 81: folder 5
Photographs of others: Woolley Family Members
1879, n.d.

Box 81: folder 6
Photographs of others: women
1896, 1937, n.d.

Box 81: folder 7
Photographs of others: women
1941, 1945, n.d.

Box 81: folder 8
Photographs of others: men
1918, 1939, n.d.

Box 81: folder 9
Photographs of others: children and groups
circa 1924-1946, n.d.

Box 81: folder 10
Photographs of others: Woolley family album
circa 1845-circa 1870s

Box 81: folder 11
Photograph album
circa 1920s-1930s

Box 82: folder 1
Glass plate negatives
n.d.

Box 82: folder 2
Rolled photographs, chiefly of Woolley and other participants in conferences or other meetings of the American Institute of Pacific Relations, Association of Collegiate Alumnae, League of Nations, National Advisory Committee of Education, National Institute of Social Sciences, and Phi Beta Kappa. Also includes photographs of groups of people at events, including a dinner held in Woolley's honor in January 1932, before she left for the Geneva Disarmament Conference
circa 1921-1937, n.d.

Box 83
Oversize or framed photographs of Mary Emma Woolley, Woolley family members, and others, and a portfolio of "Famous American Women" (including Woolley) by Leon Gordon (shelved in Folio)
circa 1890s-1930s, n.d.

Box 84
Indices
1901-1947


Alphabetical index to correspondents represented by letters in Series 1, A-I
1901-1947

Box 85
Alphabetical index to correspondents represented by letters in Series 1, J-V
1901-1947

Box 86
Alphabetical index to correspondents represented by letters in Series 1, W-Z
1901-1947-1947

Box 87
Alphabetical index to titles of Woolley's speeches and articles in Series 1, A-V
circa 1899-1944

Box 88
Alphabetical index to titles of Woolley's speeches and articles in Series 2, W-Z
circa 1899-1944

Box 89
Oversize (Folio) Material
1932, 1937


Wheaton Female Seminary and Brown University diplomas; correspondence, awards, letter of appointment, program, and commemorative ode; membership certificates; honorary degree citations; Geneva Disarmament Conference appointment letter and book of sketches of delegates by Oscar Lazar; sound recording entitled "Mt. Holyoke 1837-1937"
1884-1943, n.d.

Box 90
Collection of signatures of Mount Holyoke alumna
June 12, 1937

Box 91

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Subjects
  • Arms control--Congresses.
  • China--Description and travel.
  • Conference of Reduction and Limitation of Armaments (1932: Geneva, Switzerland).
  • Education, Higher--China.
  • Foreign Missions Conference of North Americirca Educational Commission to China.
  • Geneva, Switzerland--Description and travel.
  • Hawaii--Congresses and conventions.
  • Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel.
  • Institute of Pacific Relations.
  • International Federation of University Women.
  • International cooperation--Congresses.
  • Mount Holyoke College--Administration.
  • Mount Holyoke College--Presidents.
  • Pan-Pacific relations--Congresses.
  • Peace.
  • Switzerland--Congresses and conventions.
  • Women and peace.
  • Women college presidents--Massachusetts--South Hadley.
  • Women educators--United States.
  • Women--Education--United States--History.
  • Woolley family.
  • Woolley, Mary Emma, 1863-1947.

Genre terms
  • Autobiographies.
  • Calendars.
  • Diaries.
  • Letters.
  • Photographs.
  • Scrapbooks.
  • Sound recordings.
  • Speeches.


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