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Victoria Schuck Papers, 1930-1999
80 boxes (34.125 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 0841 (LD 7092.8 Schuck)

Abstract:
Schuck, Victoria, 1909-1999; political scientist and college professor and administrator. Mount Holyoke College faculty member, 1940-1976. Papers contain correspondence; her writings; records for many of her courses at Mount Holyoke; records of the Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center and the Washington Internship Program; subject files; records of Mount Holyoke committees, the Political Science Department, and the Women in Politics Symposium held at the College; memorabilia; biographical material; audiocassettes, and photographs. Primarily document her work as a political science professor at Mount Holyoke, her research interests, and her service as a member of numerous organizations, commissions, and boards.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted except for evaluations of and recommendations for students in Series 3 and Series 5; surveys providing names and descriptions of respondents and student papers that are graded or otherwise evaluated in Series 4; and information about students' grades in Series 7 and Series 8. These records many be used by researchers who sign the Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections Restricted Records Statistical and Quantitative Research Contract.

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
South Hadley, MA

Biographical Note

Victoria Schuck was born on March 16, 1909 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Anthony B. and Anna Prieb Schuck. She grew up in San Marino, California and received her B.A. (1930), M.A. (1931) and Ph.D. (1937) from Stanford University. She was an assistant professor at Florida State College for Women from 1937-1940, and then became a member of the Mount Holyoke College Political Science Department. During and after World War II she also worked for two federal agencies: the Office of Price Administration, where she was the Principal Program Analyst from 1942-1944 and the Office of Temporary Controls, where she served as a consultant from 1945-1947. She was a visiting lecturer at Smith College (1948-1949), a visiting professor at Stanford University (1952), and a visiting scholar at the Brookings Institute (1967-1968).

Schuck was an innovative teacher of courses in American government, urban planning, and the administration of public policy. In 1949, she initiated a Washington Internship Program to provide Mount Holyoke students with an opportunity to work in Washington, D.C. as summer assistants to members of congress, senators, and administrators of federal agencies. This program was the first of its kind and it served as a model for similar internships at other schools. In 1954, she was instrumental in establishing a Political Studies Center to encourage students at Amherst College and Mount Holyoke to become involved in politics through interaction with residents of local communities. She invited many national, state, and local politicians to speak at Mount Holyoke, including United States presidential candidates Barry Goldwater and Hubert H. Humphrey and Massachusetts senators Edward M. Kennedy and John F. Kennedy.

Schuck served on several Mount Holyoke Committees, including the Lecture Committee (1948-1974), the Honors Committee (1960-1962), and the committee that planned special events held during the College's one hundred twenty-fifth anniversary celebration in 1962. Shuck also served on many local, state, and federal commissions and boards and was an active member of numerous professional organizations. In 1963, President John F. Kennedy appointed her as a member of the President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation. She was a member of the Massachusetts Commission on Interstate Cooperation (1957-1960), the Board of Trustees of the University of Massachusetts (1958-1965) and the University's Building Authority (1960-1968), the Town of South Hadley, Massachusetts Planning Board (1961-1967), the Massachusetts Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights (1962-1974), and the Berkshire Community College New Campus Committee (1964-1973). She was Vice President of the American Political Science Association (1971-1972) and President of the Northeastern Political Science Association (1972-1973).

In 1966 and 1971, Schuck received grants to observe elections in South Vietnam and to study the Vietnamese constitution. Her publications include articles about women in politics and a survey of documents and writings about the Watergate Affair. Shuck retired from full-time teaching at Mount Holyoke in May of 1974, but returned to teach Winter Term courses in 1975 and 1976. She then served as President of Mount Vernon College in Washington, D.C. from 1977-1980 and received an honorary degree from that school upon her retirement. In 1988, the American Political Science Association established an annual award in her name to be given to the author of a book on women and politics. Schuck died on February 15, 1999 at the age of eighty-nine in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Victoria Schuck Papers primarily document her professional activities as a political scientist and professor of political science at Mount Holyoke College. Materials are arranged into these series: Correspondence, Writings, Course Records; Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Records, Internship Records, Subject Files, Mount Holyoke College Political Science Department Materials, Records of Mount Holyoke College Committee Work, Women in Politics Symposium Records, Memorabilia, Biographical Materials, Audiocassettes, and Photographs. There is also a series for Oversize (Folio) Material described as part of other series.

Correspondence (1945-1989, n.d.) contains letters by and to Schuck, primarily concerning her professional activities. Correspondents include Mount Holyoke College students, alumnae, faculty, and administrators as well as colleagues elsewhere and political figures in the United States and other countries. These letters discuss her courses at Mount Holyoke, her speaking engagements, her research, and her work as a member of numerous local, state, and national boards, commissions, and organizations.

Writings (1941-1982) consist of published as well as unpublished works written by Schuck. Two reports were written by her as part of her work for the United States Office of Price Administration and Office of Temporary Controls during and soon after World War II. Most of the other works reflect her service as a member of several organizations and commissions, including the President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation, the Massachusetts State Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, and the Planning Board of South Hadley, Massachusetts. There are also copies of her books, articles, reports, and notes about women in politics, party politics, and constitutional government and her analysis of "Political Science and Instruction in Political Science at Mount Holyoke Colleg"e.

Course Records (1930-1976, n.d.) contain syllabi, readings lists, lecture notes, papers and projects written by students, class lists, and other materials from Schuck's political science classes at Mount Holyoke College. Most of these records are for courses in urban planning, American government, public policy, presidential leadership, and political philosophy and behavior.

Records of the Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center (1952-1970) primarily document the work of Mount Holyoke College and Amherst College students who conducted a variety of studies and surveys of political issues and events in local communities. Topics studied by the students include the results of local, state, and national elections in Holyoke, Massachusetts and town planning in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Several studies concern Springfield, Massachusetts, including "Negro Leadership" in that city (1964) and the results of local, states, and national elections in November, 1964. There are also surveys of the political activities of Mount Holyoke students in 1959-1960 and students' responses in the spring of 1964 to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November, 1963.

Internship Records (1950-1976, circa 1986) contain correspondence, applications, reports, schedules, and financial records concerning students who participated in summer internships available through the Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center or the Washington Internship Program. Most of these documents concern Mount Holyoke students, who provided detailed reports describing their experiences as interns. There is also a summary of the "Most Memorable Experiences of Mount Holyoke Interns", probably compiled for a celebration of the history of the Washington Internship Program in 1986.

Schuck's Subject Files (1945-1974) consist of correspondence, memoranda, bibliographies, publications, and memorabilia. Most of these materials document her work as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on Interstate Cooperation, the Massachusetts State Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights (1961-1974) and President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation (1963-1965); her membership in the American Association of University Women, the American Political Science Association, and the New England Political Science Association; her service on the Berkshire Community College New Campus Committee (1964-1973) and the Board of Trustees and Building Authority of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1958-1971). Other files concern her studies of the constitution revision process in the United States, the constitution of South Vietnam, the early years of the United Nations, and women in politics. There are also documents, buttons, lapel pins, a bar of "Goldwater soap", and other materials from her attendance at the Republican National Convention of 1964.

Mount Holyoke College Political Science Department Materials (1942-1976) consist of minutes, correspondence, reports, memoranda, course descriptions, schedules, examinations, financial records, publications, and lists. These records, which were primarily created or sent to Schuck (often as Department Chair) concern course offerings and the activities of faculty and students. Some materials also relate to the Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center.

Schuck's Records of Mount Holyoke College Committee Work (1948-1963) consist of correspondence, reports, programs, announcements, schedules, articles, financial records, and lists. Most materials document her service on the College's Lecture Committee (1948-1950) and Special Events Committee (1961-1963). Both committees were involved in selecting individuals to participate in programs at Mount Holyoke. These materials include twenty-one letters exchanged by Schuck and Bertrand Russell, who spoke at the College in the fall of 1950, as well as her correspondence with other notable political figures, scientists, authors, and artists. There are also reports, correspondence, and notes from Schuck's years as a member of the College's Honors Committee (1960-1962). These materials consist of reports, correspondence, and lists of students concerning students eligible for honors work.

Records for the Women in Politics Symposium held at Mount Holyoke College in 1974 consist of correspondence, memoranda, programs, schedules, press releases, biographical information, and lists. This event (organized by Schuck) featured many women politicians who discussed their experiences in local, state, and national politics.

Memorabilia (1953-1986) consists of letters, programs, invitations, certificates, announcements, publications, political cartoons, lists, cards, and a scrapbook. These documents primarily concern events during Schuck's life such as her appointment by John F. Kennedy as a member of the President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation in 1963, her tour of the Cape Kennedy Air Force station in 1966, and her inauguration as President of Mount Vernon College in 1978. The scrapbook, compiled on the occasion of Schuck's retirement from full-time teaching at Mount Holyoke in 1974, contains letters and tributes by colleagues and alumnae. There are also original drawings of five political cartoons (1957-1958) by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, editorial cartoonist for the St. Louis Dispatch.

Biographical Material (1940-1999, n.d.) primarily consists of newspaper articles and press releases about Schuck's professional activities from 1940-1980. These documents concern her work as a member of numerous boards, organizations, and committees, her lectures, and her frequent trips to Washington, D.C. with students in her political science classes. The series also includes an article (circa 1986) about the house that Frank Lloyd Weight designed for her (which was never built), tributes to her work by members of the United States Congress (1978, 1980, 1986), and a copy of Schuck's obituary (1999).

Audiocassettes (1988) consist of two copies of a recording of a panel discussion in which Schuck participated at the Women and the Constitution: a Bicentennial History conference held in Atlanta, Georgia in February 1988. The topic of the panel was "Abigail Adams and Her Times".

Photographs (circa 1940s-1992, n.d.) primarily show Shuck alone or with others. The formal portraits and informal photographs of Schuck date from the 1940s to about the 1970s. Images of Schuck and others include photographs of Mount Holyoke students and interns at the White House (1965, 1968) and elsewhere in Washington, D.C. There are also photographs of Schuck and students with Dwight D. Eisenhower, Barry Goldwater, Hubert H. Humphrey, Edward M. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and other political figures.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted except for evaluations of and recommendations for students in Series 3 and Series 5; surveys providing names and descriptions of respondents and student papers that are graded or otherwise evaluated in Series 4; and information about students' grades in Series 7 and Series 8. These records many be used by researchers who sign the Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections Restricted Records Statistical and Quantitative Research Contract.

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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Victoria Schuck Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA

History of the Collection

Processing Information

Processed by Patricia J. Albright, 1987, 2008, with assistance from Ralitsa Donkova and Autumn S. Winslow, 2005-2008.


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Contact Information
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South Hadley, MA 01075

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Language
English.

Series Descriptions
1945-1989, n.d.
2 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Correspondence (1945-1989, n.d.) consists of letters by and to Schuck reflecting her activities as a political scientist and Mount Holyoke College faculty member. Correspondents include Mount Holyoke students, alumnae, faculty and administrators, other colleagues, and politicians in the United States and other countries. Letters from alumnae such as Marilyn Ursu Bauridel (July 1, 1964 and April 1, 1969), Jane E. Cummins (October 31, 1970), and Astrid Merget (August 17, 1969) provide detailed descriptions of the activities of these women. Other alumnae correspondence concerns the many speeches that Schuck presented at meetings of Mount Holyoke alumnae clubs. There are also letters by Mount French professor Ruth Dean, who describes her experiences while at Oxford University between January-May 1968. Schuck's correspondence with other colleagues chiefly concerns her work at Mount Holyoke and her other professional activities. These documents discuss arrangements for courses, the work of students, visiting lecturers, her membership in organizations, and her 1966 candidacy for an appointment to the Board of Trustees of the University of Massachusetts. Letters from 1966-1967 also concern her sabbatical in Southeast Asia. Politicians represented by letters in this collection include Edward P. Boland and Ella Grasso. There is also a letter that Schuck wrote to Indira Gandhi (January 27, 1966) after receiving a Christmas card from her and a letter to Schuck from Massachusetts Attorney General Elliott L. Richardson (May 28, 1968), congratulating her for receiving the "Woman of the Year" award from the Massachusetts Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Schuck's correspondence after her retirement from Mount Holyoke in 1974 includes a draft of a comment that she wrote in April of 1989 to accompany a Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly article about Member of Congress Nita Melnikoff Lowey (Class of 1959).

1941-1982
3 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Writings (1941-1982) contain books, articles, reports, pamphlets, speeches, letters to the editor, and book reviews as well as unpublished notes, drafts, and typescripts. Most publications reflect Schuck's work for various organizations and commissions. These works chiefly concern Massachusetts state and local government, party politics, regional planning, racial discrimination, women in politics, and the teaching of politics at the college level. Two reports from 1944 about the administration of a "Large War Agency" reflect her work as Principal Program Analyst for the Office of Price Administration. Another article concerns "The Negro and the O.P.A." (1947). Some writings relate to South Hadley, Massachusetts, including a Comprehensive Planning Program prepared by Schuck and other members of the town's Planning Board (1964). The Report on Registration and Voting Participation from 1963 was prepared by Shuck and other members of a commission created President John F. Kennedy to study that issue. A Report on Racial Imbalance in the Boston Public Schools and Report of Massachusetts Housing Discriminations in the Springfield-Holyoke-Chicopee Metropolitan Area (1966) reflected her membership on the Massachusetts State Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Articles from 1966-1967 are based on her research about the constitution of South Vietnam. Drafts, notes, questionnaires, surveys, and correspondence from 1968-1971 concern a study conducted by Shuck and other members of the American Political Science Association Committee on the Status of Women in the Political Science Profession. Similar materials from 1969-1971 reflect Schuck's interest in the reorganization of executive branch of United States government at the state and federal level. There is analysis of "Political Science and Instruction in Political Science at Mount Holyoke College" that Schuck prepared for the Academy for Educational Development in Washington, D.C. Other writings include her article about "Sexism and Scholarship" (1974), three newspaper articles that she wrote as a delegate to the International Women's Year conference in 1975, and two collections of essays about politics that she co-edited in 1979 and 1981.

1930-1976
13 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged by course name and number.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted except for evaluations of students. These records may be used by researchers who sign the Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections Restricted Records Statistical and Quantitative Research Contract.

Scope and content:

Course Records (1930-1976) document Schuck's work as a professor of politics at Mount Holyoke College. These records primarily consists of syllabi; reading lists; lecture notes; course diaries, reports and papers written by students; examinations; announcements; class lists; and publications, campaign literature, transparencies, maps and charts used in several courses. Records for Political Science 244, Urban Politics and Planning, also contain the results of students' interviews with Springfield, Massachusetts business leaders and as well as a "Community Land Use" board game used in the course. Most of the remaining materials are for courses in American national, state, and local government; parties and politics; public policy; presidential leadership; and political behavior, philosophy, and problems. In addition, there are records for Winter Term classes and projects that Schuck taught or supervised in 1973, 1974, and 1976.

1952-1970
17 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted except for surveys providing the names and descriptions of respondents and for student papers that are graded or otherwise evaluated. These records may be used by researchers who sign the Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections Restricted Records Statistical and Quantitative Research Contract.

Scope and content:

The Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center was established at Mount Holyoke College in 1954 with grant funding from the Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation. The Center (which became the Political Studies Center in 1965 then closed after Schuck's retirement in 1974) provided Mount Holyoke and Amherst College students with literature and source materials for the study of parties and politics and for making political surveys in local communities. The Center also supported an internship program for students who wanted to work in branches of the federal government in Washington, D.C. and a volunteer program for students interested in working in international organizations in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Records (1952-1970) document efforts to gain support for the Center's creation and the subsequent activities of faculty and students associated with it. Most of these materials consist of student papers, questionnaires, and surveys analyzing the results of local, state, and national elections in local communities, particularly Holyoke, South Hadley, and Springfield, Massachusetts, 1954-1967. There are surveys of Mount Holyoke students who voted in the 1960 presidential election, questionnaires recording responses of Mount Holyoke students to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, and a study of "Negro Leadership" in Springfield in 1963-1964. Other records consist of Schuck's annual reports for the Center, correspondence with representatives of the Falk Foundation, syllabi, schedules, and brochures and articles about the Center's activities.

1950-1976, circa 1986
11 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted except for evaluations of and recommendations for students who served as interns. These records may be used by researchers who sign the Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections Restricted Records Statistical and Quantitative Research Contract.

Scope and content:

These records concern students who participated in summer internships available through the Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center or the Washington Internship Program. Correspondence in these materials consists of letters by and to Shuck concerning arrangements for internships and the activities of interns. Some letters are from staff members at Connecticut College, Wheaton College, and other schools who participated in the Washington Internship Program. There are many reports by student interns providing detailed descriptions of their work as assistants to members of congress, senators, and the administrators of federal agencies. Other materials consist of applications from potential interns, lists, schedules, and financial records. The records also include a summary of the "Most Memorable Experiences of Mount Holyoke Interns", possibly compiled in 1986 for the celebration of the thirty-fifth anniversary of the Washington Internship Program.

1945-1974
25 boxes

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Subject Files document Schuck's research interests, her service on a variety of boards, committees, and commissions, and her active membership in several professional organizations. Research materials include correspondence, memoranda, bibliographies, publications, and memorabilia concerning the Republican National Convention of 1964. Reports and other publications concern the creation and early years of the United Nations (1945-1957). Schuck's interest in women in politics is reflected by numerous publications relating to that subject, including a study of the Role of Women in the 1964 Republican National Convention and Women in the Public Service: A Series of Surveys on Women in Public Office issued in 1955, 1959, and 1963. Correspondence, reports, bibliographies, notes and lists concern her grant-supported research trips in Southeast Asia in 1966 and 1971. One subject file for Vietnam includes photographs sent to Schuck by Newsweek magazine relating to elections in South Vietnam in 1967.

Materials reflecting Schuck's public and professional service consists of minutes, reports, correspondence, by-laws, lists of members, notes, bibliographies, statistics, questionnaires, financial records, and publications. These documents primarily concern her work as a member of the Berkshire Community College New Campus Committee (1964-1973), the Massachusetts Commission on Interstate Cooperation (1957-1962), the President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation (1963-1965), and the Massachusetts Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights (1961-1974). Her long association with the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Massachusetts is documented by minutes and, reports, correspondence, memoranda, notes, lists, and financial record from her service on the University's Board of Trustees (1958-1971) and Building Authority (1960-1968). Other materials concern her work on commissions revising the constitutions of New York State and several other states.

Materials documenting Schuck's membership in professional organizations consist of minutes and agenda, correspondences, lists of officers and members, programs, newsletters, announcements, proposals, resolutions, questionnaires, notes, financial records. Most of these files relate to the American Association of University Women (1968-1974), the American Political Science Association (1950-1971), and the New England Political Science Association (1967-1973).

1942-1976
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted except for records for records containing information about the grades of individual students. These records may be used by researchers who sign the Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections Restricted Records Statistical and Quantitative Research Contract.

Scope and content:

Consist of minutes of Department meetings, correspondence, reports, memoranda, course descriptions, schedules, general examinations, financial records, publications, and lists. These documents reflect the overall activities of Department members. Some correspondence, financial records, and equipment manuals relate to the Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center. There are also copies of Schuck's reports concerning the Urban Studies Interdisciplinary Major Program for 1972/1973 and 1973/1974.

1948-1963
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged by name of committee, then chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted except for Honors Work Committee material containing information about the grades of individual students. These records may be used by researchers who sign the Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections Restricted Records Statistical and Quantitative Research Contract.

Scope and content:

Consist of correspondence, reports, schedules, financial records, lists, and other material reflecting Schuck's service on the Mount Holyoke College Lecture Committee, Honors Committee, and Special Events Committee. The Lecture Committee material (1948-1950, 1959) consists of lists and correspondence about lectures given at Mount Holyoke by a wide range of speakers. These documents include twenty-one letters exchanged by Schuck and Bertrand Russell, who gave a series of lectures at the College in the fall of 1950. There are also letters to Schuck from W.H. Auden, Hugo Black, Ralph Bunche, Bernard DeVoto, Thomas Dewey, William O. Douglas, John Foster Dulles, T.S. Eliot, Felix Frankfurter, Herbert Hoover, Harold Ickes, Thomas Mann, Robert Oppenheimer, Frances Perkins, Drew Pearson, Sumner Welles, Rebecca West, and Thornton Wilder discussing invitations to speak at Mount Holyoke in 1948-1950. Other Lecture Committee materials concern a conference on city planning held at the College in 1959. Honors Committee materials (1960-1962) consist of lists of students as well as reports, correspondence, and notes. The Special Events Committee planned events held during Mount Holyoke's one hundred twenty-fifth anniversary celebration in 1962. These materials date from 1961-1963 and consist of programs, correspondence, memoranda, notes, and lists. The letters are by and to participants in programs about "Art and Artists in Today's Society", "Words and Music", "The New in Science at Mid-Century", and "Women in Politics Around the World". Records for the Special Events Committee include correspondence with Edward Albee, W.H. Auden, Aaron Copeland, E.E. Cummings, Indira Gandhi, Ella Grasso, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and Margaret Chase Smith.

1974
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Contains correspondence, memoranda, press releases, programs, schedules, biographical information about participants, and lists relating to a symposium organized by Schuck and held at Mount Holyoke College on April 26-27, 1974. The program featured women elected to national, state and local offices who spoke about their experiences in politics. Speakers included Bella Abzug, Margaret M. Heckler, Madeleine Kunin, and Linda J. Melconian.

1953-1986
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged by form of material.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of programs, invitations, certificates, announcements, letters, publications, political cartoons, lists, cards, and a scrapbook. Some of these materials concern Schuck's attendance at the inaugural ceremonies for various politicians, including United States Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953) and Lyndon Baines Johnson (1965), as well as her own inauguration at President of Mount Vernon College in 1978. Announcements are for Senator John F. Kennedy's lecture on "American Foreign Policy Problems for 1956" at Mount Holyoke College (November 2, 1955) and for Schuck's campaign for election to the South Hadley, Massachusetts, Planning Board in 1961. Certificates include her appointments to the Massachusetts State Advisory Committee to the United States Civil Rights Commission (1962) and the President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation (1963). The menu is for a lunch at the White House on April 28, 1965. Materials from Schuck's tour of the Cape Kennedy Air Force Station in 1966 consist of letters, publications, and the certificate granting her an honorary "Doctor of Aerospaceology" degree. The scrapbook compiled on the occasion of Schuck's retirement from Mount Holyoke College in May of 1974 contains letters and tributes by colleagues and alumnae and a resolution from the Board of Trustees commending her thirty-four years of service. The five political cartoons (1957-1958) dealing with Cold War topics are original drawings by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, editorial cartoonist for the St. Louis Dispatch. Each cartoon panel measures 13.5 x 18 inches and is inscribed "To Mount Holyoke College".

1940-1999, n.d.
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Consists of biographical forms completed by Schuck as well as copies of newspaper and journal articles, press releases, announcements, programs and newsletters in which she is mentioned. These materials primarily document her professional activities from 1940 until her retirement in 1980. They describe her appointments to committees, commissions, and boards; her work for professional organizations; her attendance at conferences; lectures and other talks by her; research and publications; her frequent trips to Washington, D.C. with students in her classes; her students' surveys of the results of elections; Political Science Department and Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center events; and the work of Mount Holyoke students in the Washington Internship Program. Included are copies of tributes to her and her work from members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives, originally published in issues of the Congressional Record for November 9, 1978, June 18, 1980, and April 16, 1986. These materials also contain an article about the house that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for her which was never built (circa 1986), and an obituary of Schuck (1999).

1988
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged by form of material.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Contains two copies of a tape of a panel discussion of "Abigail Adams and Her Times", presented as Panel XX at the Women and the Constitution: a Bicentennial History conference in Atlanta, Georgia, in February, 1988. Members of the panel, convened by Diane Fowlkes, were Schuck, Edith B. Gelles, and Mary Beth Norton. The conference was presented by the Carter Center at Emory University in conjunction with Georgia State University and the Jimmy Carter Library.

circa 1940-1992
1 box

Arrangement:

Arranged by type of photograph.

Restrictions on access:

Unrestricted.

Scope and content:

Primarily consist of formal and informal photographs of Shuck and photographs of her with others. Included are photographs (1948-1966) of Schuck, students, and visiting politicians in her Political Science 241 (Parties and Politics) and 346 (Public Policy) and at Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center classes and events. There are photographs of Mount Holyoke students serving as Washington Interns (circa 1957-circa 1971) and of Shuck and interns meeting with Lady Bird Johnson the White House in 1965 and 1968. Other photographs show Shuck and others with Robert Frost, Barry Goldwater, Hubert H. Humphrey, Lyndon B. Johnson, Edward M. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Elliot Richardson (1955-1976). The photograph of Frost dates from October, 1962 when he gave a lecture at Mount Holyoke, while the photographs of political figures date from their appearances at the College or from students' trips to Washington, D.C. as Washington Interns or members of Schuck's classes. Photographs from 1952 and 1957 show Mount Holyoke students and others with Dwight D. Eisenhower. Autographed photographs sent to Schuck by Representative Silvio O. Conte, and other politicians are part of this series, as are two groups of photographs that were probably taken at the celebration of the thirty-fifth anniversary of the Washington Internships Program in 1986. There are also three photographs dating from 1982 of Frank Lloyd Wright's 1955 drawings for a house that he designed for Schuck in South Hadley, Mass. which was never built.

1957-1986
1 box

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 descriptions of these items include an indication that they are shelved in Folio. Among the materials shelved in this series are original political cartoons by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (1957-1958) and a scrapbook compiled for Schuck's retirement from Mount Holyoke College in 1974.

Contents List
Correspondence,
1945-1989, n.d.


1945-1956


Box 1: folder 1
1957-1959


Box 1: folder 2
1960-1962


Box 1: folder 3
1963


Box 1: folder 4
January-February 1964


Box 1: folder 5
April-May 1964


Box 1: folder 6
June-December 1964


Box 1: folder 7
1965


Box 1: folder 8
January-June 1966


Box 1: folder 9
August-December 1966


Box 1: folder 10
1967


Box 1: folder 11
January-April 1968


Box 1: folder 12
May-June 1968


Box 1: folder 13
July-September 1968


Box 1: folder 14
October-December 1968: circa 1968


Box 2: folder 1
January-March 1969


Box 2: folder 2
April-May 1969


Box 2: folder 3
June-September 1969


Box 2: folder 4
October-December 1969: circa 1969


Box 2: folder 5
January-February 1970


Box 2: folder 6
March-May 1970


Box 2: folder 7
August-December 1970


Box 2: folder 8
1971-1972


Box 2: folder 9
1973


Box 2: folder 10
1974


Box 2: folder 11
1976-1989, n.d.


Box 2: folder 12
Writings,
1941-1982


1941-1959


Box 3: folder 1
1961-1962


Box 3: folder 2
1963


Box 3: folder 3
1964-1966


Box 3: folder 4
1967-1968


Box 3: folder 5
Women in Political Science Study
1968

Box 3: folder 6
Women in Political Science Study
1969

Box 3: folder 7-9
Women in Political Science Study
1969

Box 4: folder 1
Women in Political Science Study
1970

Box 4: folder 2-4
Women in Political Science Study
1971

Box 4: folder 5
Reorganization of Executive Branch
1969-1970

Box 4: folder 6
Reorganization of Executive Branch
1970-1971

Box 4: folder 7
1970, 1973


Box 4: folder 8
1974-1976


Box 4: folder 9
1979


Box 5: folder 1-2
1981, 1982


Box 5: folder 3
Course Records,
1930-1976, n.d.


Interdepartmental 330
1958-1959

Box 6: folder 1
Political Science 101
n.d.

Box 6: folder 2
Political Science 102
1969

Box 6: folder 3
Political Science 131
1953-1963, n.d.

Box 6: folder 4
Political Science 235
1961-1962

Box 6: folder 5
Political Science 241
1930-1949

Box 6: folder 6
Political Science 241
1950-1954

Box 6: folder 7
Political Science 241
December 1954

Box 6: folder 8
Political Science 241
December 1954

Box 6: folder 9
Political Science 241
1954

Box 6: folder 10-11
Political Science 241
1955

Box 6: folder 12-13
Political Science 241
1956

Box 6: folder 14-15
Political Science 241
1956

Box 7: folder 1-7
Political Science 241
1957-1959

Box 7: folder 8
Political Science 241
1960

Box 7: folder 9-10
Political Science 241
circa 1961

Box 7: folder 11
Political Science 241
1961

Box 8: folder 1
Political Science 241
1962

Box 8: folder 2-3
Political Science 241
1963

Box 8: folder 4
Political Science 241
1964

Box 8: folder 5-6
Political Science 241
1965

Box 8: folder 7-8
Political Science 241
1966

Box 8: folder 9
Political Science 241
1967

Box 8: folder 10
Political Science 241
1968

Box 9: folder 1-2
Political Science 241
1969

Box 9: folder 3
Political Science 241
1970

Box 9: folder 4-5
Political Science 241
1972

Box 9: folder 6-9
Political Science 241
1972

Box 10: folder 1
Political Science 241
circa 1972

Box 10: folder 2-3
Political Science 244
1952-1956

Box 11: folder 1
Political Science 244
1957-1959

Box 11: folder 2
Political Science 244
1957

Box 11: folder 3
Political Science 244
1958

Box 11: folder 4
Political Science 244
1959-1965

Box 11: folder 5
Political Science 244
1960-1965

Box 11: folder 6
Political Science 244
1966

Box 11: folder 7-9
Political Science 244
1967-1968

Box 11: folder 10
Political Science 244
1968

Box 11: folder 11
Political Science 244
1970-1972

Box 11: folder 12
Political Science 244
1973

Box 11: folder 13
Political Science 244
1974

Box 11: folder 14-16
Political Science 244: CLUG, the Community Land Use Game) shelved in FOLIO)
n.d.

Box 12: folder 1
Political Science 245
1950-1956

Box 13: folder 1
Political Science 245
1957-1959

Box 13: folder 2
Political Science 245
1960-1963

Box 13: folder 3
Political Science 245
1961-1964

Box 13: folder 4
Political Science 245
1964-1965

Box 13: folder 5
Political Science 245
1965

Box 13: folder 6
Political Science 245
1966

Box 13: folder 7-8
Political Science 245
1967

Box 13: folder 9
Political Science 245
1968-1969

Box 13: folder 10
Political Science 245
1970-1972

Box 13: folder 11
Political Science 245
1972

Box 13: folder 12-16
Political Science 245
1973

Box 13: folder 17
Political Science 295
1972

Box 13: folder 18
Political Science 303
1972

Box 14: folder 1
Political Science 303
1973-1974

Box 14: folder 2
Political Science 333
1948-1949

Box 14: folder 3
Political Science 333
1953-1954

Box 14: folder 4
Political Science 343
1962

Box 14: folder 5
Political Science 346
1949

Box 14: folder 6-8
Political Science 346
1950-1952

Box 14: folder 9
Political Science 346
1950

Box 14: folder 10
Political Science 346
1953

Box 14: folder 11-12
Political Science 346
1954

Box 14: folder 13-14
Political Science 346
1955

Box 14: folder 15-16
Political Science 346
1956

Box 14: folder 17-19
Political Science 346
1957

Box 14: folder 20-22
Political Science 346
1958

Box 15: folder 1-2
Political Science 346
1959

Box 15: folder 3-4
Political Science 346
1960

Box 15: folder 5
Political Science 346
1961

Box 15: folder 6-7
Political Science 346
1962

Box 15: folder 8-9
Political Science 346
1963

Box 15: folder 10-11
Political Science 346
1964

Box 15: folder 12-13
Political Science 346
1965

Box 15: folder 14-15
Political Science 346
1966

Box 15: folder 16-19
Political Science 346
1967

Box 16: folder 1
Political Science 346
1968

Box 16: folder 2-5
Political Science 346
1969

Box 16: folder 6-8
Political Science 346
1971

Box 16: folder 9-10
Political Science 346
1971-1972

Box 16: folder 11-12
Political Science 346
1973

Box 16: folder 13-14
Political Science 346
1974

Box 16: folder 15-16
Political Science 348
1953

Box 17: folder 1
Political Science 348
1957

Box 17: folder 2
Political Science 348
1961

Box 17: folder 3
Political Science 348
1962

Box 17: folder 4-10
Political Science 348
1966-1969

Box 17: folder 11
Political Science 348
n.d.

Box 17: folder 12-13
Political Science 348
1963-1966

Box 17: folder 14
Political Science 395
1959

Box 18: folder 1
Political Science 395
1963

Box 18: folder 2
Political Science 395
1966

Box 18: folder 3-5
Political Science 395
1969

Box 18: folder 6
Political Science 395
1969

Box 18: folder 7-8
Political Science 395
1972

Box 18: folder 9
Political Science 395
n.d.

Box 18: folder 10
Political Science 399
1972

Box 19: folder 1
Political Science 399
1973

Box 19: folder 2
Political Science 431
1950

Box 19: folder 3
Political Science B1
1953-1962

Box 19: folder 4
Political Science B1
1958-1961

Box 19: folder 5
Political Science B2
1949-1963

Box 19: folder 6
Political Science B2
1959-1963

Box 19: folder 7
Political Science G1
1963-1969

Box 19: folder 8
Political Science S2
1963-1966

Box 19: folder 9
Political Science S2
1964-1966

Box 19: folder 10
Winter Term
1973

Box 19: folder 11
Winter Term
1974

Box 19: folder 12-14
Winter Term
1975

Box 19: folder 15
Winter Term
1976

Box 19: folder 16-17
Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center Records,
1952-1970


1952-August 1954


Box 20: folder 1
Election Analysis Report by Amherst and Mount Holyoke Students
Fall 1954

Box 20: folder 2
January-May 1955


Box 20: folder 3
June-August 1955


Box 20: folder 4
September-December 1955


Box 20: folder 5
Material relating to post-election survey, Holyoke and Springfield, Massachusetts
January-August 1956

Box 20: folder 6
Material relating to post-election survey, Holyoke and Springfield, Massachusetts
September 1956-April 1957

Box 20: folder 7
Material relating to post-election survey, Holyoke and Springfield, Massachusetts
May-Fall 1957

Box 20: folder 8
Material relating to post-election survey, Holyoke and Springfield, Massachusetts
Fall 1957

Box 20: folder 9-10
Material relating to post-election survey, Holyoke and Springfield, Massachusetts
Spring 1958

Box 21: folder 2
Summer 1958


Box 21: folder 3
Post-election survey materials, South Hadley, Massachusetts
Fall 1958

Box 21: folder 4
circa 1958


Box 21: folder 5
Spring 1959


Box 21: folder 6
Summer 1959


Box 21: folder 7
Survey of political activities of Mount Holyoke students
1959

Box 22: folder 1
Survey of political activities of Mount Holyoke students
1960

Box 22: folder 2
Holyoke, Massachusetts community study material and survey of Springfield, Massachusetts mayoralty election
1961

Box 22: folder 3
Survey for planning and a profile of South Hadley, Massachusetts residents
1962

Box 22: folder 4
Report on post-election survey of Holyoke, Massachusetts and material about Holyoke community study
January-Summer 1963

Box 22: folder 5
Springfield, Massachusetts leadership study material
Fall 1963

Box 23: folder 1-3
Study of Negro Leadership in Springfield, Massachusetts
March-May 1964

Box 23: folder 4
Questionnaires recording responses of Mount Holyoke students to the assassination of President Kennedy
Spring 1964

Box 23: folder 5-8
Questionnaires recording responses of Mount Holyoke students to the assassination of President Kennedy
Spring 1964

Box 24: folder 1-6
Questionnaires recording responses of Mount Holyoke students to the assassination of President Kennedy
Spring 1964

Box 25: folder 1-5
Questionnaires recording responses of Mount Holyoke students to the assassination of President Kennedy
Spring 1964

Box 26: folder 1-2
Material relating to Post-Election Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1964

Box 26: folder 3-7
Material relating to Post-Election Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1964

Box 27: folder 1-7
Material relating to Post-Election Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1964

Box 28: folder 1-8
Material relating to Post-Election Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1964

Box 29: folder 1-7
Material relating to Post-Election Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1964

Box 30: folder 1-7
Material relating to Post-Election Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1964

Box 31: folder 1-7
Material relating to Post-Election Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1964

Box 32: folder 1-7
Leadership in Springfield Survey
March-April 1965

Box 33: folder 1-7
Leadership in Springfield Survey
March-April 1965

Box 34: folder 2
Material relating to Municipal Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1965

Box 34: folder 3-8
Material relating to Municipal Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1965

Box 35: folder 1-7
Material relating to Municipal Survey, Springfield, Massachusetts
November 1965

Box 36: folder 1-2
April 1966


Box 36: folder 3-5
Spring 1966-Spring 1967


Box 36: folder 6
1968-1970


Box 36: folder 7
Internship Records,
1950-1976, circa 1986


1950-1956


Box 37: folder 1
1957


Box 37: folder 2
1957-1958


Box 37: folder 3
1959


Box 37: folder 4-5
1960-1963


Box 37: folder 6
1964


Box 38: folder 1-4
1965


Box 38: folder 5
Reports
1965

Box 38: folder 6
Reports
1965

Box 39: folder 1-3
1966


Box 39: folder 4-7
1966


Box 39: folder 7
Reports
1966

Box 40: folder 1-3
1967


Box 40: folder 4
Reports
1967

Box 40: folder 5
1968


Box 40: folder 6-7
1968


Box 41: folder 1
Reports
1968

Box 41: folder 2-5
1969


Box 41: folder 6-7
1969


Box 42: folder 1-4
Reports
1969

Box 42: folder 5-6
Reports
1969

Box 43: folder 1-2
1970


Box 43: folder 3-5
Reports
1970

Box 43: folder 6
Reports
1970

Box 44: folder 1-2
1971


Box 44: folder 3-4
Reports
1971

Box 44: folder 5-6
1972


Box 44: folder 7
1972


Box 45: folder 1-3
Reports
1972

Box 45: folder 4-5
1973


Box 45: folder 6-7
1973


Box 46: folder 1-4
Reports
1973

Box 46: folder 5-6
Reports
1973

Box 47: folder 1-2
1974-1975


Box 47: folder 3
1976, circa 1986


Box 47: folder 4
Subject Files,
1945-1974

Box 47
American Association of Political Consultants
1969-1971

Box 48: folder 1
American Association of University Professors
1968-1970

Box 48: folder 2
American Association of University Women
1946-1948

Box 48: folder 3
American Association of University Women
1949-1950

Box 48: folder 4
American Association of University Women
1965

Box 48: folder 5
American Association of University Women
1965-1966

Box 48: folder 6
American Association of University Women 1966


Box 48: folder 7-9
American Association of University Women
1967

Box 49: folder 1-3
American Association of University Women
1968

Box 49: folder 4-6
American Association of University Women
1968

Box 50: folder 1-2
American Association of University Women
1969

Box 50: folder 3
American Association of University Women
1969-1974

Box 50: folder 4
American Political Science Association
1950-1954

Box 51: folder 1
American Political Science Association
1958-1960

Box 51: folder 2
American Political Science Association
1964-1965

Box 51: folder 3
American Political Science Association
1968-1969

Box 51: folder 4
American Political Science Association
1970

Box 51: folder 5-7
American Political Science Association
1970

Box 52: folder 1
American Political Science Association
1971

Box 52: folder 2-5
Amherst-Mount Holyoke Colloquium
1968

Box 52: folder 6
Barnard College Women's Center Conference
1974

Box 52: folder 7
Berkshire Community College New Campus Committee
1964

Box 52: folder 8
Berkshire Community College New Campus Committee
1965

Box 52: folder 9
Berkshire Community College New Campus Committee
1966

Box 52: folder 10
Berkshire Community College New Campus Committee
1967-1973

Box 52: folder 11
Carnegie Symposium
1973

Box 53: folder 1
Commission on Interstate Cooperation
1957

Box 53: folder 2
Commission on Interstate Cooperation
1958

Box 53: folder 3
Commission on Interstate Cooperation
1959

Box 53: folder 4
Commission on Interstate Cooperation
1960-1962

Box 53: folder 5
Committee on New College
1958-1960

Box 53: folder 6
Committee on New College
1962-1963

Box 53: folder 7
Committee on Non-Western Studies
1961-1967

Box 53: folder 8
Constitution Revision: New York
1957-1961

Box 53: folder 9
Constitution Revision: New York
1957-1961

Box 54: folder 1-5
Constitution Revision
1955

Box 55: folder 1
Constitution Revision
1958

Box 55: folder 2
Constitution Revision
1958-1959

Box 55: folder 3
Constitution Revision
1960

Box 55: folder 4-5
Constitution Revision
1961

Box 55: folder 6
Constitution Revision
1965

Box 55: folder 7
Constitution Revision
1967

Box 55: folder 8
Constitution Revision (shelved in FOLIO)
1967

Box 55: folder 9
Constitution Revision
1969

Box 55: folder 10
Constitution Revision
1969

Box 56: folder 1-6
Constitution Revision
1973-1974

Box 56: folder 7
Continuing Education
1970-1971

Box 57: folder 1
Dupont Educators' Conference
1957-1963

Box 57: folder 2
Eagleton Center for the American Woman
1970-1073

Box 57: folder 3
Eagleton Institute of Politics
1972

Box 57: folder 4-5
Massachusetts General Court
1963

Box 57: folder 6
Mount Holyoke Club of Westchester, New York
1973-1974

Box 57: folder 7
National Center for Education in Politics
1962-1965

Box 57: folder 8
New England Political Science Association
1967-1968

Box 57: folder 9
New England Political Science Association
1967-1968

Box 58: folder 1
New England Political Science Association
1969-1970

Box 58: folder 2
New England Political Science Association
1970-1971

Box 58: folder 3
New England Political Science Association
1971

Box 58: folder 4
Northeastern Political Science Association
1971-1973

Box 58: folder 5
Northeastern Political Science Association
1973

Box 58: folder 6
Northeastern Political Science Association
1973

Box 59: folder 1-2
Phi Beta Kappa
1954

Box 59: folder 3
Phi Beta Kappa
1955

Box 59: folder 4
Phi Beta Kappa
1958, 1961

Box 59: folder 5
Phi Beta Kappa
1963-1974

Box 59: folder 6
President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation
1963

Box 59: folder 7-11
President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation
1963

Box 60: folder 1-7
President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation
1963

Box 61: folder 1
President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation
1964

Box 61: folder 2
President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation
1965

Box 61: folder 3
Republican National Committee
1958-1979

Box 61: folder 4
Republican National Convention
1963-1964

Box 61: folder 5
Republican National Convention
1963-1964

Box 61: folder 6
Republican National Convention
1963-1964

Box 61: folder 7
Republican National Convention memorabilia: campaign buttons, lapel pin, match books, bar of "Goldwater soap"
1963-1964

Box 62: folder 1
Ryan Book Fund
1972-1973

Box 62: folder 2
Seven College Conference
1965

Box 62: folder 3
Seven College Conference
1965-1966

Box 62: folder 4
Simmons College Committee on Independent Study
1966-1969

Box 62: folder 5
Social Science Quarterly
1973-1974

Box 62: folder 6
Southeast Asia
1966-1967

Box 62: folder 7
Southeast Asia
1969-1970

Box 63: folder 1
Southeast Asia
1971

Box 63: folder 2
Speakers
1972-1973

Box 63: folder 3
State Constitution
1972-1973

Box 63: folder 4
Truman and Syllabus
1970-1971

Box 63: folder 5
Twelve College Exchange
1970-1971

Box 63: folder 6
United Nations
1945

Box 63: folder 7-9
United Nations
1945

Box 64: folder 1-3
United Nations
1954-1957

Box 64: folder 4
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1961

Box 64: folder 5
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1962

Box 64: folder 6-9
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1963

Box 64: folder 10-11
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1963

Box 65: folder 1-2
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1964

Box 65: folder 3-5
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1965

Box 65: folder 6-7
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1966

Box 65: folder 8-10
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1966

Box 66: folder 1
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1967

Box 66: folder 2-3
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1968

Box 66: folder 4-5
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1969

Box 66: folder 6-8
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1969-1970

Box 66: folder 9
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1970

Box 66: folder 10-11
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
1971-1974

Box 66: folder 12
University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees
1958-1959

Box 67: folder 1
University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees
1960-1962

Box 67: folder 2
University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees
1963

Box 67: folder 3-4
University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees
1964

Box 67: folder 5-6
University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees
1965-1971

Box 67: folder 7
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1960

Box 67: folder 8
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1961

Box 67: folder 9
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1962

Box 67: folder 10
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1962

Box 68: folder 1-4
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1963

Box 68: folder 5-10
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1964

Box 68: folder 11-12
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1964

Box 69: folder 1-9
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1964

Box 70: folder 1-3
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1965

Box 70: folder 4-9
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1965-1966

Box 71: folder 1
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1966

Box 71: folder 2-3
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1967

Box 71: folder 4
University of Massachusetts Building Authority
1968

Box 71: folder 5
University of Massachusetts Phi Beta Kappa
1957-1964

Box 71: folder 6
Urban Studies Curriculum Conference
1972

Box 71: folder 7
Urban Studies Program
1969-1970

Box 71: folder 8
Vietnam
1963-1972

Box 71: folder 9
Vietnam (includes photographs from Newsweek magazine of elections in South Vietnam in 1967)
1967, 1972

Box 71: folder 10
Vietnam
1973

Box 71: folder 11
Vietnam
1973-1974

Box 71: folder 12
Walters, Martha and Robert
1973

Box 71: folder 13
Western Mass Public Interest Group
1973

Box 72: folder 1
Wheaton College
1967-1968

Box 72: folder 2
Women
1964-1973

Box 72: folder 3
Women
1973

Box 72: folder 4
Women: Democratic Party
1966

Box 72: folder 5
Women in Politics
1955-1960

Box 72: folder 6
Women in the Public Service
1955

Box 72: folder 7
Women in the Public Service
1959

Box 72: folder 8
Women in the Public Service
1961-1963

Box 72: folder 9
Yale University Symposium
1968

Box 72: folder 10
Mount Holyoke College Political Science Department Materials,
1942-1976


1942-1949


Box 73: folder 1
1950-1956


Box 73: folder 2
1959-1961


Box 73: folder 3
1962


Box 73: folder 4-5
1963


Box 73: folder 6
1964-1967


Box 73: folder 7
1968


Box 73: folder 8-9
1969


Box 73: folder 10-11
1970-1972


Box 73: folder 12
1973


Box 73: folder 13
1974-1976


Box 73: folder 14
Records of Mount Holyoke College Committee Work,
1948-1963


Lecture Committee: lists, report, readings
1948-1950

Box 74: folder 1
Lecture Committee: correspondence
1948

Box 74: folder 2
Lecture Committee: correspondence
1949

Box 74: folder 3
Lecture Committee: correspondence
1950

Box 74: folder 4
Lecture Committee: conference on city planning
1959

Box 74: folder 5
Honors Committee: lists, reports, notes, and correspondence
1960-1962

Box 74: folder 6
Special Events Committee: list of members, notes
1961

Box 74: folder 7
Special Events Committee: programs, announcements, lists
1962

Box 74: folder 8
Special Events Committee: programs, notes, lists
1963

Box 74: folder 9
Special Events Committee: correspondence
1961-1962

Box 74: folder 10
Special Events Committee: correspondence
1963

Box 74: folder 11-12
Women in Politics Symposium Records,
1974


Programs, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, schedules, lists, and biographical information
1974

Box 75: folder 1-6
Memorabilia,
1953-1986


Programs, invitations, announcements, lists, cards
1953-1969

Box 76: folder 1
Original drawings for five political cartoons by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (originals shelved in FOLIO)
1957-1958

Box 76: folder 2
Certificates (shelved in FOLIO)
1962, 1963, 1986

Box 76: folder 3
Correspondence and booklet from Schuck's tour of the Cape Kennedy Air Force station
1966

Box 76: folder 4
Scrapbook compiled for Schuck's retirement from Mount Holyoke College (shelved in FOLIO)
1974

Box 76: folder 5
Invitations, programs, booklet, and certificate for Schuck's inauguration at President of Mount Vernon College and the honorary degree the College gave to her upon her retirement
1978-1980

Box 76: folder 6
Biographical Material,
1940-1999


1940-1965


Box 77: folder 1
1966-1999


Box 77: folder 2
Audiocassettes,
1988


Audiocassette (2 copies) of Victoria Schuck and other participants in a discussion of "Abigail Adams and Her Times", Panel XX at the Women and the Constitution: a Bicentennial Perspective conference, Atlanta, Georgia
February 10-12, 1988

Box 78: folder 1
Photographs, ca.
1940s-1992, n.d.


Of Schuck
circa 1940s-circa 1970s

Box 79: folder 1
Schuck with others
1954-1992

Box 79: folder 2
Schuck with others
circa 1940s-1990s

Box 79: folder 3
Schuck and others in Political Science 346, Public Policy
1948-1965, n.d.

Box 79: folder 4
Schuck and others in Political Science 241, Parties and Politics
1956-1957

Box 79: folder 5
Schuck and others, Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center classes and events
1956-1966

Box 79: folder 6
Washington Interns
circa 1957-1971

Box 79: folder 7
Schuck and others with John F. Kennedy
1955-1963

Box 79: folder 8
Schuck and others with Hubert H. Humphrey
circa 1960, 1964, circa 1968

Box 79: folder 9
Schuck and others with Robert Frost, President Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Elliot Richardson
1962, 1963, 1976

Box 79: folder 10
Schuck and others with Barry Goldwater
1964

Box 79: folder 11
Schuck and others with Robert F. Kennedy
1964-1965

Box 79: folder 12
Schuck and others with Edward M. Kennedy
1965, 1970

Box 79: folder 13
Schuck and others at the White House
1965, 1968

Box 79: folder 14
Schuck and others at the White House (shelved in FOLIO)
1968

Box 79: folder 15
Schuck and others, possibly at the celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Washington Internship Program
1986

Box 79: folder 16
Autographed photographs of politicians
1965, n.d.

Box 79: folder 17
Dwight D. Eisenhower with students and others
1952, 1967

Box 79: folder 18
Street scenes with political posters, probably in South Vietnam
circa 1972

Box 79: folder 19
Color photographs of Frank Lloyd Wright's plans for Schuck's house in South Hadley, Mass.
1982

Box 79: folder 20
Oversize (Folio) Material 1957-1986


Box 80
Subject File: Constitution Revision; original drawings of political cartoons by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick; certificates; scrapbook; photograph
1957-1986

Box 80

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Subjects
  • American Association of University Women.
  • American Political Science Association.
  • Amherst College--Students.
  • Amherst-Mount Holyoke Political Studies Center.
  • Berkshire Community College (Pittsfield, Mass.)
  • Constitutions--South Vietnam (Provisional Revolutionary Government, 1969-1976).
  • Constitutions--United States.
  • Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998.
  • Holyoke (Mass.)--Politics and government.
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978.
  • Internship programs--Washington (D.C.)
  • Kennedy, Edward Moore, 1932-
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963,
  • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968.
  • Massachusetts. Commission on Interstate Co-operation.
  • Mount Holyoke College--Student papers--1949-1974.
  • Mount Holyoke College--Students.
  • Mount Holyoke College-Faculty.
  • Mount Holyoke College. Curricula.
  • New England Political Science Association.
  • Politicians--Massachusetts.
  • Politicians--United States.
  • Republican National Convention (28th 1964: San Francisco).
  • Schuck, Victoria.
  • South Hadley (Mass.)--Politics and government.
  • Southeast Asia--Politics and government.
  • Springfield (Mass.)--Politics and government.
  • United States Commission on Civil Rights. Massachusetts Advisory Committee.
  • United States. President's Commission on Registration and Voting Participation.
  • University of Massachusetts (Amherst Campus).
  • Vietnam--Politics and government.
  • Women college teachers--Massachusetts--South Hadley.
  • Women in politics--United States.
  • Women political scientists--Massachusetts--South Hadley.

Contributors
  • Fitzpatrick, Daniel Robert, 1891-1969.
  • Mount Holyoke College. 125th Anniversary Special Events Committee.
  • Mount Holyoke College. Honors Committee.
  • Mount Holyoke College. Lecture Committee.
  • Mount Holyoke College. Political Science Dept.
  • Mount Holyoke College. Washington Internship Program.
  • Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970.
  • Women and the Constitution (1988: Atlanta, Ga.).
  • Women in Politics (1974: Mount Holyoke College).

Genre terms
  • Audiocassettes.
  • Buttons (Information artifacts).
  • Examinations (Documents).
  • Letters.
  • Minutes.
  • Photographs.
  • Political cartoons.
  • Scrapbooks.
  • Surveys (Documents).
  • Syllabi.


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