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Office of the President Mary Maples Dunn Files, 1985-1995
198 boxes (82 linear ft.)
Collection number: RG 32

Abstract:
Smith College president from 1985-1995 whose administration created programs, wrote position papers, and adjusted college policies and structure in order to deal with the questions of race and sexuality. Dunn dealt with the budget during an economically troubled period and began the process of getting the college on the "Information Highway." Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports and working papers, newspaper clippings and photographs.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

Half of the collection (99 document boxes, or 41 linear feet) is open to researchers according to the regulations of the College Archives. Another 99 document boxes (41 linear feet) are currently open only to employees of the office of origin.

Restrictions on use:

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish or quote from the documents must be obtained from the Smith College Archives.

Smith College Archives
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

Mary Maples Dunn was Smith's president from 1985 to 1995, an economically troubled period for the college. But the imbalanced budget was just one of the challenging issues she faced during her tenure. Campus diversity, internal communication flow, and socially responsible investment were also significant issues during her presidency. However, Dunn maintained a cheerful image and a sense of humor throughout, and persevered through the trials of her difficult position.

Dunn took office in 1985 after seven years as an administrator at another of the famed Seven Sister colleges, Bryn Mawr. In fact until that point nearly the entirety of Dunn's academic career was spent at Bryn Mawr. After she received her undergraduate degree from William & Mary in 1954, she went on to Bryn Mawr to do her graduate work in colonial U.S. history. She began teaching at the college while she was completing her Ph.D. then moved through the academic and administrative hierarchy until she became Dean of the Undergraduate College in 1978 then Academic Deputy to the President in 1981.

When she arrived at Smith the first order of business was to work on her fundraising skills. Development became a significant part of the duties of the President during Jill Ker Conway's tenure. Dunn immediately set to work on enlarging the college's endowment and locating funding for several new initiatives. The battle to balance the college's books included two capital campaigns, an increase in tuition, and a number of structural changes. Alterations in employee benefit packages and offers of early retirement had a significant impact on the college staff and caused considerable distress in the community. But while scaling back in some quarters of the campus, Dunn also had to fund necessary progress. Physical changes included the construction of Bass Science Center and the Young Science Library, and a number of renovations to residence houses. She also began the process of getting the college on the "Information Highway." The internet was first introduced to campus during her tenure along with e-mail and voice mail.

As Dunn was preparing to leave the college she reflected, "It's true that acquiring budgetary accountability is among my most important achievements, but I hope I'll be remembered as a president who helped open the college up to a more diverse population." Some of Dunn's most well-known challenges were related to diversity. South African divestment was a source of much conflict on campus when she first arrived, and a few years later inadequate office space for the multicultural organizations on campus reached a fever pitch. Dunn also had to deal with continuing publicity and institutional attitudes about Smith students' sexuality. Throughout her tenure Dunn was repeatedly forced to address media coverage of Smith, Northampton and the "L-Word." Her administration created programs, wrote position papers, and adjusted college policies and structure in order to deal with the questions of race and sexuality. The most extensive program, the 1988 Smith Design for Institutional Diversity, dealt primarily with race, but other endeavors handled questions related to sexuality, physical disabilities, and derogatory language.

When Dunn left Smith 1995, she went on to become director of the Schlesinger Library on the History of Women, then interim president of Radcliffe College and acting dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Dunn left the Radcliffe Institute to become Co-Executive Officer, with her husband Richard, of the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They retired from that position in July 2007.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Dunn Files include approximately 82 linear feet (198 document boxes) of material dating from 1985-1995. Some material has been restricted according the College Archives policies. The open records (99 document boxes/ 41 linear feet) include incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports and working papers, newspaper clippings and photographs. For more specific information about the contents of the collection see the series descriptions and folder listing below. See the Subject Guide on pages 9-11 of this finding aid for a list of topics of a broad nature.


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

Half of the collection (99 document boxes, or 41 linear feet) is open to researchers according to the regulations of the College Archives. Another 99 document boxes (41 linear feet) are currently open only to employees of the office of origin.

Restrictions on use:

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish or quote from the documents must be obtained from the Smith College Archives.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Office of the President Mary Maples Dunn Files, Box #, Smith College Archives.

History of the Collection

The majority of the Dunn Files were transferred to the College Archives from the Office of the President in a number of accessions dating from the time of her tenure until the present. Some material, however, came from Dunn herself after her departure in 1995. Additional biographical materials, such as newspaper clippings, press releases, and photographs, have been added by the College Archives staff.

Accruals:

The Records of the Office of the President constitute a continuing collection, because certain materials remain in active use by the office for periods exceeding a president's actual tenure. The College Archives may receive accessions/additions long after the date of creation.

Processing Information

Processed by Laura Finkel, with the assistance of Sara Streett.

Subject Guide
Note

The Subject Guide is meant as a supplement to information provided in the Series Descriptions and Folder Listing, and is in no way intended as a comprehensive listing of significant subject matter in the collection.

Academic Programs Funding Sources
  • -Ada Comstock Scholars
  • -Community College Connections
    • Series V. Administrative Offices
      • -Development-Corporations
        • -Chemical Bank
        • -Connecticut Bank and Trust Company
        • -Connecticut National Bank
        • -Northeast Utilities
        • -Warner-Lambert Company
      • -Development-Foundations
        • -Aetna Foundation
        • -Balfour Foundation
        • -Donaldson Charitable Trust
        • -Freeman Charitable Trust
        • -Roche Relief Foundation
        • -Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation
        • -Stackpole Trust
        • -Surdna Foundation
  • -Current Students / Future Scientists and Engineers Program:
    • Series V. Administrative Offices
      • -Development-Corporations
        • -Bay State Gas
        • -Bull HN Information Systems
        • -Citicorp
        • -Honeywell Bull
        • -New England Electric System
        • -Northeast Utilities
        • -UNISYS
        • -Warner-Lambert Company
  • -Dual Degree Program
  • -Smith Summer Science Program
Affirmative Action:
Lesbianism:
Race:
South Africa:

Additional Information
Contact Information
Smith College Archives
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: (413) 585-2970
Fax: (413) 585-2886

Email: nyoung@smith.edu
URL: http://www.smith.edu/libraries/libs/archives
Language
English.
Sponsor
Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Contents List
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHY

(3 document boxes / linear feet 1.3)

The records in this series include newspaper clippings, press releases, and correspondence relating to Dunn's appointment, presidency and retirement. There is also information about her husband, Richard Dunn. More extensive biographical material can be found in Mary Maples Dunn's personal papers.

Appointment


Box 1
-General
1985

Box 1
-Congratulations



-Response Sets
1985

Box 1
-Bryn Mawr Alumnae
1985

Box 1
-Bryn Mawr Faculty & Staff
1985

Box 1
-College Presidents
1985

Box 1
-Five Colleges and Northampton
1985

Box 1
-Haverford, Swarthmore and Franklin & Marshall
1985

Box 1
-Pennsylvania Friends and Neighbors
1985

Box 1
-Pennsylvania University and Government
1985

Box 1
-Personal
1985

Box 1
-Professional Engagements
1985

Box 1
-Professional Miscellaneous
1985

Box 1
-Smith College Alumnae
1985

Box 1
-Smith College Faculty & Staff
1985

Box 1
-Smith College Miscellaneous
1985

Box 1
-William & Mary
1985

Box 1
-Miscellaneous
1985

Box 1
-Miscellaneous without Response Checklists
1985-1986

Box 1
-Preparations



-General


Box 1
-Subject Files



-General
1985

Box 1
-General Briefing Mat'l Prepared by JKC, Folder 1
June 1985

Box 2
-General Briefing Mat'l Prepared by JKC, Folder 2
June 1985

Box 2
-Administrative Structure
1984

Box 2
-Admissions
1985

Box 2
-Alumnae
1985

Box 2
-Budget
1985

Box 2
-Chapel
1985

Box 2
-Computing
1985

Box 2
-Curriculum
1985

Box 2
-Dean of the College
1985

Box 2
-Faculty
1985

Box 2
-Five Colleges and Northampton
1984-1985

Box 2
-President's Committee
1985

Box 2
-Project on Women and Social Change
1985

Box 2
-Sabbaticals, Leaves and Early Retirement
1984-1985

Box 2
-School for Social Work
1985

Box 2
-Triennial Reviews
1985

Box 2
-Visits



-6-7 Dec 1984
1984

Box 2
-11-13 Mar 1985
1985

Box 2
Curriculum Vitae
1985-1994

Box 2
Family
1988-1993

Box 2
Official Portrait
1989-1995

Box 3
Publicity



-Articles by MMD
1986-1987

Box 3
-Interviews



-General
1985-1995

Box 3
-Initiatives
1989-1990

Box 3
-Newspaper Clippings
1985-1988

Box 3
-Newspaper Clippings
1989-1995

Box 3
-Newspaper Clippings
1996-1999

Box 3
-Press Releases
1986-1993

Box 3
-Requests for Photographs
ca 1985-1995

Box 3
Retirement



-General
1995

Box 3
-Congratulations, Folder 1
1995

Box 3
-Congratulations, Folder 2
1995

Box 3
-Dunn Celebration Day
1995

Box 3
-Student Farewells and Congratulations
1994-1995

Box 3
-Miscellaneous
ca 1985-1995

Box 3
SERIES II. ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS

(3 document boxes / 1.3 linear feet)

Arrangement:

The files in this series are arranged alphabetically by the most recent name of the department.

Scope and content:

Included are newspaper clippings, correspondence, and reports from the undergraduate departments of the college. Also included are programs administered by the departments. For example, files from the Smith College Campus School are included as a sub-series of the Department of Education. However, undergraduate and graduate academic programs administered either jointly by two or more departments, or by a separate and autonomous college office, are filed either with Academic Programs or Administrative Offices. Graduate Programs are filed in the Graduate Work series. Information about Five College joint academic programs in several areas of study can be found in the Intercollegiate Associations series.

Afro-American Studies-Search Committee
1987-1988

Box 1: folder 1
Art
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 2
Art
1988-1990, 1994

Box 1: folder 3
Athletics


Box 1
Note:
Classical Languages & Literature
1989, 1993

Box 1: folder 4
Computer Science
1985-1990

Box 1: folder 5
Dance
1988,1994

Box 1: folder 6
East Asian Languages & Literature
1989

Box 1: folder 7
Economics
1989, 1993

Box 1: folder 8
Education & Child Study



-General
1985-1994

Box 1: folder 9
-Campus School
1985

Box 1: folder 10
-Campus School
1986

Box 1: folder 11
-Campus School
1987

Box 1: folder 12
-Campus School
1988-1989

Box 1: folder 13
-Campus School
1990

Box 1: folder 14
-Campus School
1991-1994, n.d.

Box 2: folder 1
English
1985-1991

Box 2: folder 2
Exercise & Sport Studies
1985-1990

Box 2: folder 3
Note:
Exercise & Sport Studies
1991-1993

Box 2: folder 4
French
1985-1993

Box 2: folder 5
German
1990

Box 2: folder 6
Government
1989

Box 2: folder 7
History



-General
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 8
-Studies in History
1987

Box 2: folder 9
Italian
1989

Box 2: folder 10
Mathematics
1990

Box 2: folder 11
Music



-General
1985-1987

Box 2: folder 12
-General
1987-1992

Box 2: folder 13
-General
1993-1994

Box 3: folder 1
-Suzuki Institute
1985-1990

Box 3: folder 2
Philosophy
1990-1991

Box 3: folder 3
Psychology
1990

Box 3: folder 4
Religion & Biblical Literature
1985-1993

Box 3: folder 5
Russian Language & Literature
1991

Box 3: folder 6
Sciences



-General
1985-1992

Box 3: folder 7
-Biology
1990

Box 3: folder 8
-Chemistry
1990

Box 3: folder 9
-Geology
1990, 1994

Box 3: folder 10
Sociology & Anthropology
1985, 1991

Box 3: folder 11
Spanish & Portuguese
1989-1990

Box 3: folder 12
Theatre



-General
1985-1989

Box 3: folder 13
-General
1990-1992

Box 3: folder 14
-Cultural Images Group
1988

Box 3: folder 15
-Women's Summer Theatre Institute
1985-1986

Box 3: folder 16
SERIES III. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

(2 document boxes / 0.8 linear feet)

The Academic Programs series consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and reports regarding academic programs administered by the college outside of the regular operations of academic departments. Those programs include the Ada Comstock Scholars Program, Junior Year Abroad, Bridge Program, Community College Connections, and several interdisciplinary programs.The Subject Guide provides references to funding sources for a number of this programs.

Ada Comstock Scholars
1985

Box 1: folder 1
Note:
Ada Comstock Scholars
1986

Box 1: folder 2
Ada Comstock Scholars
1987

Box 1: folder 3
Ada Comstock Scholars
1988

Box 1: folder 4
Ada Comstock Scholars
1989

Box 1: folder 5
Ada Comstock Scholars
1990

Box 1: folder 6
Ada Comstock Scholars
1991-1993

Box 1: folder 7
Ada Comstock Scholars
Jan-May, 1994

Box 1: folder 8
Ada Comstock Scholars
Jun-Dec, 1994

Box 1: folder 9
Ada Comstock Scholars
1995

Box 1: folder 10
Bridge Program
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 11
Bridge Program
1988-1993

Box 1: folder 12
Community College Connections
1990-1992

Box 2: folder 1
Community College Connections
1993-1995

Box 2: folder 2
English as a Second Language
1990

Box 2: folder 3
Film Studies
1986-1990

Box 2: folder 4
Jewish Studies



-General
1986-1990

Box 2: folder 5
-Liv Ullman
1988-1989

Box 2: folder 6
Junior Year Abroad



-General
1985-1991

Box 2: folder 7
-Apartments
1986-1987

Box 2: folder 8
-Financial Aid
1986-1991

Box 2: folder 9
-Gulf War
1990-1991

Box 2: folder 10
-France
1985-1987, 1990, 1991

Box 2: folder 11
-Geneva
1985-1986

Box 2: folder 12
-Hamburg
1986-1991

Box 2: folder 13
-Italy
1986-1990, 1993

Box 2: folder 14
-Kyoto
1989-1994

Box 2: folder 15
-Thailand
1989-1990

Box 2: folder 16
-Third World
1987

Box 2: folder 17
Latin American Studies
1987

Box 2: folder 18
Peace & War Studies
1987

Box 2: folder 19
Preludes
1991

Box 2: folder 20
Public Policy
1987, 1990

Box 2: folder 21
STRIDE
1994

Box 2: folder 22
Women's Studies
1986-1990, 1992, 1994

Box 2: folder 23
SERIES IV. ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES

(11 document boxes / 4.6 linear feet)

This series documents activity in the President's Office which is either of a general nature, requiring the attention of only the president and her closest assistants, or requiring the participation of a number of administrative bodies at once. Included in this series are records relating to a number of general issues, such as Legislators and Legislation, Lesbianism, Race, and Women's Education. At the end of the series there is a collection of miscellaneous correspondence handled by the President's Office, filed in chronological order. Several issues, such as lesbianism, race and South Africa divestment, pervaded many areas of campus activity. Because material on these topics can be found under a variety of headings, a Subject Guide has been provided on pages 9-11 of this finding aid to assist the researcher.

Administrative Processes, Office Methods Ltd. Report
1986-1987

Box 1: folder 1
Administrative Structure
1987

Box 1: folder 2
Affirmative Action


Box 1
Note:

See Subject Guide for sources of information

AIDS


Box 1
Note:
Calendar



-General
1985-1990

Box 1: folder 3
-General
1992-1995

Box 1: folder 4
-Appointment Books
1989-1992

Box 1: folder 5
Curriculum
1987-1990

Box 1: folder 6
Diversity



-Equity Institute



Note:
-General
1986

Box 1: folder 7
-General
Jan-May 1987

Box 1: folder 8
-General
Jun-Dec 1987

Box 1: folder 9
-General
1988-1992, n.d.

Box 1: folder 10
-Reports
1986

Box 1: folder 11
-Reports
Mar-Jul 1987

Box 2: folder 1
-Reports
Sep-Nov 1987

Box 2: folder 2
-Reports
1988

Box 2: folder 3
-Smith Design



-General
1988-1989

Box 2: folder 4
-Memoranda
1988

Box 2: folder 5
-Implementation
1988-1989

Box 2: folder 6
-GTE Focus Grant
1988

Box 2: folder 7
-Call to Action



-Final
Mar 1989

Box 2: folder 8
-Drafts
Jul 1988

Box 2: folder 9
-Drafts
Aug 1988

Box 2: folder 10
-Drafts
Sep 1988

Box 3: folder 1
-Drafts
Oct 1988

Box 3: folder 2
-Background Material and Notes
1988

Box 3: folder 3
-Data on Minority Students
1988

Box 3: folder 4
-Report Requests [1 of 2]
Jun 1989

Box 3: folder 5
-Report Requests [2 of 2]
Jun 1989

Box 3: folder 6
-Responses
1988, 1991

Box 3: folder 7
Email


Box 3
Note:
Flag Lowering
1992

Box 3: folder 8
Kirkpatrick, Jeane
1987-1989

Box 4: folder 1
Legal Counsel



-General
1985-1993

Box 4: folder 2
-Justice Department Investigation
1989-1990

Box 4: folder 3
Legislation and Legislators



-General
1985

Box 4: folder 4
-General
1986

Box 4: folder 5
-General
1987

Box 4: folder 6
-General
1988-1989

Box 4: folder 7
-General
1990-1991

Box 4: folder 8
-General
1992-1993

Box 4: folder 9
-General
1994-1995

Box 4: folder 10
-Conte, Silvio
1988-1994

Box 5: folder 1
-Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Technology
1988

Box 5: folder 2
-Science Advisory Committees
1990, 1992

Box 5: folder 3
-South Africa
1985-1986, 1994

Box 5: folder 4
Lesbianism



Note:

See Subject Guide for further sources of information

-General
1985-1990

Box 5: folder 5
-General
1991-1993, n.d.

Box 5: folder 6
-Feminist and Lesbian Alumnae of Smith
1985-1990

Box 5: folder 7
-Information Packet
Jan 1992

Box 5: folder 8
Mailing Lists and Delivery
1991

Box 5: folder 9
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday, Observance of


Box 5
Note:
Master Plan


Box 5
Note:
Media Coverage



-General
1986-1995

Box 5: folder 10
-The New York Times
1986-1990

Box 5: folder 11
-U.S. News and World Report
1987-1988

Box 5: folder 12
-U.S. News and World Report
1989-1994

Box 5: folder 13
Nuclear War
1985-1986

Box 5: folder 14
Persian Gulf War
1991

Box 5: folder 15
Note:
Political Correctness



Note:
-General
1990-1992

Box 5: folder 16
-Alumnae Correspondence
1991

Box 6: folder 1
Racism
1986

Box 6: folder 2
Note:

See Subject Guide for further sources of information

Racism
Jan-Apr 1987

Box 6: folder 3
Racism
May-Dec 1987

Box 6: folder 4
Racism
Jan-Mar 1988

Box 6: folder 5
Racism
Apr-Dec 1988

Box 6: folder 6
Racism
1989

Box 6: folder 7
Racism
1990-1995

Box 6: folder 8
Research Questionnaires
1985-1993

Box 6: folder 9
Roundtables



-Campus Communications
1989

Box 6: folder 10
-Curriculum
1989

Box 6: folder 11
-Enrollment Management
Apr 1989

Box 6: folder 12
-Social Life
Nov 1989

Box 6: folder 13
-Smith's Future
Feb 1995

Box 6: folder 14
Seatbelts
1986

Box 6: folder 15
Secondary Education
1986-1995

Box 7: folder 1
South Africa



Note:

See Subject Guide for further sources of information

-General
1985

Box 7: folder 2
-General
Jan-May 1986

Box 7: folder 3
-General
Jun-Dec 1986

Box 7: folder 4
-General
1987-1993

Box 7: folder 5
-Background Information Packet
1985

Box 7: folder 6
-Correspondence with Corporations
1985-Jun 1986

Box 7: folder 7
-Correspondence with Corporations
Jul-Nov 1986

Box 7: folder 8
-Correspondence with Corporations
1987-1990

Box 7: folder 9
-Information from Other Colleges
1985

Box 8: folder 1
-Princeton Material
1985

Box 8: folder 2
-Scholarships
1985-1986

Box 8: folder 3
-Student Protest



-General
1986

Box 8: folder 4
-Alumnae Correspondence
1986

Box 8: folder 5
-Faculty Correspondence
1986

Box 8: folder 6
-Student and Parent Correspondence
1986

Box 8: folder 7
-Miscellaneous Correspondence
1986

Box 8: folder 8
Telephone System
1985, 1987, 1989

Box 8: folder 9
Town and Gown Relations



-General
1985-1988

Box 8: folder 10
-General
1989-1995

Box 8: folder 11
-Academy of Music
1985-1986

Box 9: folder 1
-Academy of Music
1987-1988

Box 9: folder 2
-Academy of Music
1989

Box 9: folder 3
-Academy of Music
1990-1993

Box 9: folder 4
-Citizen's Scholarship Foundation
1985-1988

Box 9: folder 5
-Civil Rights Advisory Board
1987-1989

Box 9: folder 6
-Clarke School for the Deaf
1985-1988

Box 9: folder 7
-Clarke School for the Deaf
1989-1990

Box 9: folder 8
-Clarke School for the Deaf
1991-1995

Box 9: folder 9
-Ad hoc Committee on Attracting and Retaining High-Quality Staff
1990

Box 9: folder 10
-Forbes Library
1994-1995

Box 10: folder 1
-Greater Holyoke Partnership


Box 10
Note:
-League of Women Voters
1985-1994

Box 10: folder 2
-Northampton Center for the Arts
1987-1990

Box 10: folder 3
-Northampton Chamber of Commerce
1985-1989

Box 10: folder 4
-Northampton Honor Court
1986-1990

Box 10: folder 5
-Northampton Public Schools
1986-1990, 1995

Box 10: folder 6
-Northampton State Hospital
1986-1994

Box 10: folder 7
-Pioneer Valley Ballet
1986-1994

Box 10: folder 8
-Valley 2000
1989-1990

Box 10: folder 9
Wedgwood Commemorative China
1985-1987

Box 10: folder 10
Women's Education



-General
1985-1995

Box 10: folder 11
-Elizabeth Tidball
1985-1986

Box 10: folder 12
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1985-1986

Box 10: folder 13
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1987-1988

Box 10: folder 14
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1989

Box 11: folder 1
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1990

Box 11: folder 2
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1991-1992

Box 11: folder 3
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1993

Box 11: folder 4
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1994

Box 11: folder 5
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1995, n.d.

Box 11: folder 6
SERIES V. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES

(22 document boxes / 9.1 linear feet)

Arrangement:

The files are arranged alphabetically by the most recent name of the office.

Restrictions on access:

Approximately 7 document boxes (3 linear feet) of Development material is open for research. Due to the sensitive nature of the development process, however, there is a large collection of material which will be closed to researchers for a minimum of seventy-five years.

Scope and content:

The Administrative Offices series is the largest series in the Dunn Files. It includes correspondence and reports from individual offices as well as newspaper clippings and other general information about their activities and functions. There may also be useful information in the Buildings and Grounds series about the buildings in which the various offices were housed. Development comprises the largest section of the Administrative Offices series.

Academic Computing Center


Box
Note:
Admissions


Box 1
-Annual Reports
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 1
-General
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 2
-General
1987

Box 1: folder 3
-General
1988

Box 1: folder 4
-General
Jan-Jun 1989

Box 1: folder 5
-General
Jul-Dec 1989

Box 1: folder 6
-General
1990

Box 1: folder 7
-General
1991

Box 1: folder 8
-General
1992

Box 1: folder 9
-General
1993

Box 1: folder 10
-General
1994

Box 1: folder 11
-Alumnae-Related Candidates
1985-1994

Box 1: folder 12
-Asia Recruitment Trip


Box 1
Note:
-Brain Storming Sessions
1987-1990

Box 1: folder 13
-Guston Dinner, October 1986
1986

Box 2: folder 1
-Minority Students
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 2
-Southwest Strategy Organizer
1985-1986

Box 2: folder 3
Advancement



Note:
-General
1991-1992

Box 2: folder 4
-Snelling, Kolb and Kuhnle Implementation Plan
1990

Box 2: folder 5
Affirmative Action



-General
1988-1992

Box 2: folder 6
-Management Workshop [Folder 1]
23-24 Aug 1989

Box 2: folder 7
-Management Workshop [Folder 2]
23-24 Aug 1989

Box 2: folder 8
-Meeting Agendas
1989-1994

Box 2: folder 9
-Officer Search
1987-1988

Box 2
-General
1988

Box 2: folder 10
-Student Dissent


Box 2: folder 11
Business Manager



Note:
-Annual Reports
1985-1987

Box 2: folder 12
-General
1985-1990

Box 3: folder 1
Campus Safety
1985-1990

Box 3: folder 2
Career Development Office



-Annual Reports
1985-1987

Box 3: folder 3
-General
1985-1986

Box 3: folder 4
-General
1987-1990

Box 3: folder 5
-Internships
1985-1990

Box 3: folder 6
-Meeting Agendas
1990-1992

Box 3: folder 7
-Seven Sisters Project: The Great Balancing Act
1986

Box 3: folder 8
Chapel



-General
1985-1986

Box 3: folder 9
-General
1987-1989

Box 3: folder 10
-General
1990-1991

Box 3: folder 11
-Farris Report
1986-1987

Box 3: folder 12
-Jewish Life
1985-1989

Box 4: folder 1
-Meeting Agendas
1990-1994

Box 4: folder 2
-Visiting Committee
1993

Box 4: folder 3
-Visiting Committee
1994

Box 4: folder 4
-Visiting Committee
1995

Box 4: folder 5
Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer



-Annual Reports
1992-1994

Box 4: folder 6
-General
1985

Box 4: folder 7
-General
Jan-May 1986

Box 4: folder 8
-General
Jun-Dec 1986

Box 4: folder 9
-General
1987-1988

Box 4: folder 10
-General
1989-1990

Box 4: folder 11
-General
1991-1995

Box 4: folder 12
-Budget
1985-1988

Box 5: folder 1
-Budget
1989-1991

Box 5: folder 2
-Meeting Agendas



-Larry Selgelid
1987-1990

Box 5: folder 3
-Charles Johnson
1990-1991

Box 5: folder 4
-Ruth Constantine
1991-1995

Box 5: folder 5
College Relations



-Annual Reports
1992-1994

Box 5: folder 6
-General
1985

Box 5: folder 7
-General
1986

Box 5: folder 8
-General
1987-1988

Box 5: folder 9
-General
1989-1990

Box 5: folder 10
-General
1991, 1993, 1995

Box 5: folder 11
-Calendar Office
1985-1990

Box 5: folder 12
-Cultural Diversity Brochure
1987

Box 6: folder 1
-Maguire Associates
1991-1994

Box 6: folder 2
-Meeting Agendas



-Janet McNeil
1989-1992

Box 6: folder 3
-Mary Reutener
1987, 1992-1995

Box 6: folder 4
-NewsSmith
1985-1990

Box 6: folder 5
Communications Systems


Box 6
Note:
Controller
1986, 1990, 1992

Box 6: folder 6
Dean of the College



-Annual Reports
1992-1994

Box 6: folder 7
-General
1985-1986

Box 6: folder 8
-General
1987-1988

Box 6: folder 9
-General
1989-1994

Box 6: folder 10
-Assistant Dean for Minority Affairs
1985-1987

Box 6: folder 11
-Assistant Dean for Minority Affairs
1988-1990

Box 6: folder 12
-Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
1992-1993

Box 6: folder 13
-Farris Report
1990

Box 6: folder 14
-Freshman Orientation
1985

Box 6: folder 15
-Housing Lottery
1986

Box 6: folder 16
-Meeting Agendas
1985-1989

Box 6: folder 17
-Meeting Agendas
1990-1995

Box 7: folder 1
-Self-Study and Retreat
1986

Box 7: folder 2
Dean of Enrollment and Management



-Annual Reports
1992-1995

Box 7: folder 3
-General
1991

Box 7: folder 4
-General
1992-1995

Box 7: folder 5
-Meeting Agendas
1991-1995

Box 7: folder 6
Dean of the Faculty



-Annual Reports
1993-1994

Box 7: folder 7
-General
1985-1987

Box 7: folder 8
-General
1988-1993

Box 7: folder 9
-Associate Dean
1987-1992

Box 7: folder 10
-Dean for Curriculum and Faculty Development



-General
1992-1993

Box 7: folder 11
-Meeting Agendas
1993-1995

Box 7: folder 12
-Five Year Report
1988

Box 8: folder 1
-Meeting Agendas
1985-1988

Box 8: folder 2
-Meeting Agendas
1989-1991

Box 8: folder 3
-Meeting Agendas


Box 8: folder 4
-Minority Faculty
1985-1988

Box 8: folder 5
-Structure Review
1993

Box 8: folder 6
Development



-Annual Reports
1985-1994

Box 8: folder 7
-General
1985-1986

Box 8: folder 8
-General
1987-1995

Box 8: folder 9
-Campaign for Smith



-General
1985-Jun 1987

Box 8: folder 10
-General
Jul 1987-Jun 1988

Box 9: folder 1
-General
Jul 1988-Dec 1989

Box 9: folder 2
-General
1990

Box 9: folder 3
-Congratulatory Letters
1990

Box 9: folder 4
-Corporate Campaign Committee
1986-1988

Box 9: folder 5
-Corporate Campaign Committee
n.d.

Box 9: folder 6
-PMI Telefund
1988

Box 9: folder 7
-Thank-You Letters to Opening Hostesses
1989

Box 9: folder 8
-Capital Campaign (Future)
1993

Box 9: folder 9
-Corporations



-Bank of Boston
1986-1991

Box 9: folder 10
-Bank of New England
1986-1989

Box 9: folder 11
-Bay Bank
1986-1995

Box 9: folder 12
-Chemical Bank
1986-1995

Box 9: folder 13
-CIGNA Corporation
1987-1988

Box 9: folder 14
-Citicorp
1985-1991

Box 9: folder 15
-Combustion Engineering
1988-1989

Box 9: folder 16
-Connecticut National Bank
1990-1992

Box 10: folder 1
-GTE
1986-1987

Box 10: folder 2
-Heritage-NIS Bank for Savings
1986-1987

Box 10: folder 3
-Honeywell Bull
1985-1989

Box 10: folder 4
-Kollmorgen Corporation
1985-1986

Box 10: folder 5
-New England Electric System
1986-1989

Box 10: folder 6
-Northeast Utilities
1985-1990

Box 10: folder 7
-Packaging Corporation of America
1986-1988

Box 10: folder 8
-Philip Morris
1985-1986

Box 10: folder 9
-Miscellaneous Corporations A-Z
ca. 1985-1995

Box 10: folder 10
-Deferred Gifts & Bequests
1987

Box 10: folder 11
-Emerson-Lewis Fund
1985

Box 10: folder 12
-Faculty Grants Council
1990-1991

Box 10: folder 13
-Foundations



-General
ca. 1985-1995

Box 10: folder 14
-Aetna Foundation
1985-1990

Box 10: folder 15
-Alden Trust
1985-1988

Box 10: folder 16
-Commonwealth Fund
1986-1988

Box 10: folder 17
-Dana Foundation
1985-Apr 1986

Box 10: folder 18
-Dana Foundation
Apr-Dec 1986

Box 10: folder 19
-Dana Foundation
1987-1989

Box 10: folder 20
-Dana Foundation
1990

Box 10: folder 21
-Dana Foundation
ca. 1991-1995

Box 10: folder 22
-Ford Foundation
1985-1989

Box 11: folder 1
-Ford Foundation
1990

Box 11: folder 2
-Ford Foundation
1991-1992

Box 11: folder 3
-General Electric Foundation
1985-1990

Box 11: folder 4
-Glenmede Trust Company
1985-1987

Box 11: folder 5
Note:
-Harper Foundation
1989-1992

Box 11: folder 6
-Hazen Foundation
1988

Box 11: folder 7
-Hewlett Foundation
1986-1987

Box 11: folder 8
-Hewlett Foundation
1989-1992

Box 11: folder 9
-Johnson Endeavor Foundation
1988

Box 11: folder 10
-Keck Foundation
1985-1990

Box 11: folder 11
-Keck Foundation
1991

Box 11: folder 12
-Keck Foundation
1992-1995

Box 11: folder 13
-[Ada Howe] Kent Foundation
1985-1991

Box 12: folder 1
-Kresge Foundation
1986-1987

Box 12: folder 2
-Kresge Foundation
1988-1989

Box 12: folder 3
-Kresge Foundation
ca. 1990-1995

Box 12: folder 4
-Littauer Foundation
1988-1994

Box 12: folder 5
-Luce Foundation



-General
Mar 87-Feb 88

Box 12: folder 6
-General
Mar 88-Dec 90

Box 12: folder 7
-General
ca. 1991-1995

Box 12: folder 8
-Luce Scholarship
1985

Box 12: folder 9
-MacArthur Foundation
1990-1991

Box 12: folder 10
-McCune Foundation
1992-1993

Box 12: folder 11
-Mellon Foundation
1985-1987

Box 12: folder 12
-Mellon Foundation
1988-1989

Box 12: folder 13
-Mellon Foundation
1990-1991

Box 13: folder 1
-Mellon Foundation
1992-1994

Box 13: folder 2
-National Science Foundation
1985-Jun 1987

Box 13: folder 3
-National Science Foundation
Jul 1987-1990

Box 13: folder 4
-National Science Foundation
1991-1995

Box 13: folder 5
-Norton Company Foundation
1986-1992

Box 13: folder 6
-Pew Charitable Trusts
1985-1989

Box 13: folder 7
Note:
-Pew Charitable Trusts
1990-1991

Box 13: folder 8
-Pew Charitable Trusts
1992-1994

Box 13: folder 9
-Pittsburgh Foundation
1989-1991

Box 13: folder 10
-Robison Foundation
1990-1994

Box 13: folder 11
-Saint Paul Foundation
1992-1995

Box 13: folder 12
-Schultz Foundation
1992-1993

Box 13: folder 13
-Schumann Foundation
1985-1988

Box 14: folder 1
-Shell Companies Foundation
1985-1990

Box 14: folder 2
-Surdna Foundation
1986-1990

Box 14: folder 3
-Miscellaneous Foundations A-H
ca. 1985-1995

Box 14: folder 4
-Miscellaneous Foundations J-P
ca. 1985-1995

Box 14: folder 5
-Miscellaneous Foundations Q-Z
ca. 1985-1995

Box 14: folder 6
-Gift Crediting and Reporting Policy
1985-1992

Box 14: folder 7
-Government Agencies



-General
1987-1994

Box 14: folder 8
Note:
-FIPSE
1985-1987

Box 14: folder 9
-Jill Ker Conway Fund for Research and Teaching on Women's Experience


Box 14
Note:
-Meeting Agendas-MMD and Charlotte Heartt
1985-1989

Box 14: folder 10
-Meeting Agendas-MMD and Charlotte Heartt
1990-1994

Box 14: folder 11
-Parents Fund
1986-1987

Box 14: folder 12
-Special Projects



Note:
-Academic Computing
n.d.

Box 14: folder 13
-Five-College Program in Coastal and Marine Sciences
1986-1987

Box 14: folder 14
-Jewish Studies
1986

Box 14: folder 15
-Museum of Art
n.d.

Box 14: folder 16
-NPRC
1987

Box 14: folder 17
-Spectrum



-General
ca. 1985-1995

Box 15: folder 1
-Fall 1985-Class Visits
1985

Box 15: folder 2
-Spring 1986-Class Visits
1986

Box 15: folder 3
-Fall 1986-Class Visits
1986

Box 15: folder 4
-Spring 1987-Class Visits
1987

Box 15: folder 5
-Fall 1987-Class Visits
1987

Box 15: folder 6
-Spring 1988-Class Visits
1988

Box 15: folder 7
-Fall 1988-Class Visits
1988

Box 15: folder 8
-Spring 1989-Class Visits
1989

Box 15: folder 9
-Fall 1989-Class Visits
1989

Box 15: folder 10
-Spring 1990-Class Visits
1990

Box 15: folder 11
-Fall 1990-Class Visits
1990

Box 15: folder 12
-Fall 1991-Class Visits
1991

Box 15: folder 13
-Spring 1993-Class Visits
1993

Box 15: folder 14
Environmental Health and Safety
1986-1989

Box 15: folder 15
Financial Aid



-Annual Reports
1985-1987

Box 15: folder 16
-General
1985

Box 15: folder 17
-General
1986

Box 15: folder 18
-General
1987

Box 15: folder 19
-General
1989

Box 15: folder 20
-General
1990

Box 15: folder 21
-General
1991

Box 16: folder 1
-General
1992

Box 16: folder 2
-General
1993-1995

Box 16: folder 3
-Director Search
1988-1989

Box 16: folder 4
-Need Blind Admissions
Feb-Jun 1990

Box 16: folder 5
Note:
-Need Blind Admissions
Jul-Dec 1990, 1991-1993

Box 16: folder 6
-Office Methods Ltd. Report
1985

Box 16: folder 7
Health Services



-Annual Reports
1985-1990

Box 16: folder 8
-General
1985-1989

Box 16: folder 9
-General
1990-1992

Box 16: folder 10
-Meeting Agendas
1989-1993

Box 16: folder 11
-Aids


Box 16
Note:
Human Resources



-General
1985-1992

Box 16: folder 12
Note:
-Benefits


Box 17
-General
1985-1991

Box 17: folder 1
-Dental
1988

Box 17: folder 2
-Leave Plans
1985-1993

Box 17: folder 3
-Medical
1988-1989

Box 17: folder 4
Note:
-Medical
1990

Box 17: folder 5
-Medical
1991

Box 17: folder 6
-Medical
1992-1993

Box 17: folder 7
-Compensation and Classification Plan
1985-1991

Box 17: folder 8
-Staff Counts
1985-1992

Box 17: folder 9
Information Systems



-Annual Reports
1993-1994

Box 17: folder 10
-General
1985-1989

Box 17: folder 11
-General
1990-1992

Box 17: folder 12
-General
1993-1995

Box 17: folder 13
-Meeting Agendas
1988, 1993-1995

Box 17: folder 14
-Database Manual


Box 17
Note:
-Reorganization
1990-1991

Box 17: folder 15
Institutional Affairs


Box 18
-General
1988-1989

Box 18: folder 1
-General
1990-1992, n.d.

Box 18: folder 2
-Departmental Planning
1988-1989

Box 18: folder 3
-Meeting Agendas
1988-1990

Box 18: folder 4
Institutional Research
1985-1986

Box 18: folder 5
Institutional Research
1987-1988

Box 18: folder 6
Institutional Research
1989-1991

Box 18: folder 7
Libraries



-Annual Reports
1985-1987

Box 18: folder 8
-Annual Reports
1988

Box 18: folder 9
-Annual Reports
1989

Box 18: folder 10
-General
1985-1988

Box 18: folder 11
-General
1989-1995

Box 19: folder 1
-College Archives & Sophia Smith Collection
1985-1986

Box 19: folder 2
-College Archives & Sophia Smith Collection
1987-1988

Box 19: folder 3
-College Archives & Sophia Smith Collection
1989-1995

Box 19: folder 4
-Friends of the Library
1990

Box 19: folder 5
-Hillyer Art Library
1986-1990

Box 19: folder 6
-Josten Performing Arts Library
1989, 1993

Box 19: folder 7
-Mortimer Rare Book Room
1985-1995

Box 19: folder 8
-Young Science Library
1988-1989

Box 19: folder 9
Museum of Art



-Annual Reports
1985-1986

Box 19: folder 10
-Annual Reports
1987-1988

Box 19: folder 11
-Annual Reports
1990-1991

Box 19: folder 12
-Annual Reports
1992-1993

Box 19: folder 13
-General
1985-1986

Box 19: folder 14
-General
1987-1988

Box 20: folder 1
-General
1989-1990

Box 20: folder 2
-General
1991-1992

Box 20: folder 3
-General
1993

Box 20: folder 4
-General
1994-1995

Box 20: folder 5
-Antwerp Symposium
1994

Box 20: folder 6
-Meeting Agendas
1988-1995

Box 20: folder 7
Personnel


Box 20
Note:
Physical Plant



-Annual Reports
1995

Box 20: folder 8
-Annual Reports
1988-1989

Box 20: folder 9
-General
1985-1989

Box 20: folder 10
-General
1990

Box 20: folder 11
-General
1991

Box 21: folder 1
-Asbestos
1985-1992

Box 21: folder 2
-Housekeeping
1987-1992

Box 21: folder 3
Planning and Research


Box 21
Note:
President's Office



-General
1985-1993

Box 21: folder 4
-Assistant to the President for Campus Planning
1992-1995

Box 21: folder 5
-Christmas Cards
1985-1986, 1990

Box 21: folder 6
-Circulars
1985-1990

Box 21: folder 7
-Circulars
1991-1995

Box 21: folder 8
-Five Year Report
1989-1991

Box 21: folder 9
Note:
-Goals
1991-1993

Box 21: folder 10
-Management by Walking Around
1992

Box 21: folder 11
-President's Reports



-Final Drafts
1992-1994

Box 21: folder 12
-Rough Drafts
1992

Box 21: folder 13
-Rough Drafts
1993

Box 22: folder 1
-Trend Topics
1993

Box 22: folder 2
Registrar
1985-1986

Box 22: folder 3
Registrar
1987-1990

Box 22: folder 4
Rental Properties
1985-1990

Box 22: folder 5
Residence and Dining Services



-Annual Reports
1985, 1988

Box 22: folder 6
-General
1985-1987

Box 22: folder 7
-General
1988-1989

Box 22: folder 8
-General
1990-1992

Box 22: folder 9
-Dining Consolidation


Box 22
Note:
Smith College Press [proposed]
1985

Box 22: folder 10
Special Needs Services
1989-1993

Box 22: folder 11
Treasurer


Box 22
Note:
SERIES VI. ALUMNAE

(7 document boxes / 2.9 linear feet)

Restrictions on access:

Note: Boxes 2-5 of the Alumnae series is restricted until June 2005, because of its alphabetical rather than chronological arrangement.

This series includes material on a number of issues related to the alumnae, as well as the Alumnae Association and its activities. The bulk of the files contain information about the Alumnae Association, class reunions, Smith Clubs, and specific individuals. The section related to individuals is in alphabetical order, and contains correspondence to, from and about alumnae. Many are routine and pro forma letters of thank you for attending certain functions, or congratulations on administrative successes. However, there are also letters scattered throughout addressing specific issues pertinent to the period. Information about alumnae involvement with Admissions can be found in the records of Alumnae/Admissions Task Force in the Committees and Boards series, and in the records of the Admissions Office's Candidates Committees in the Administrative Offices series.

Alumnae Association



-General
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 1
-General
1987

Box 1: folder 2
-General
1988

Box 1: folder 3
-General
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 4
-General
1991-1995

Box 1: folder 5
-Meeting Agendas
1989-1994

Box 1: folder 6
-Alumnae Biography Project
1986-1989

Box 1: folder 7
-Black Alumnae Weekend
1987-1990

Box 1: folder 8
-College/Alumnae Task Force on Diversity


Box 1
Note:
-Smith Alumnae Quarterly
1985-1994

Box 1: folder 9
-Travel/Tours
1986-1990

Box 1: folder 10
-Young Alumnae Conference
1988-1991

Box 1: folder 11
-Young Alumnae Survey
1987

Box 1: folder 12
Alumnae Fund
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 13
Alumnae Fund
1988-1991

Box 1: folder 14
Alumnae Fund
1992-1994

Box 1: folder 15
Dining Consolidation, Alumnae correspondence regarding


Box 1
Note:
Feminist & Lesbian Alumnae of Smith College [FLASC]


Box 1
Note:
Individuals



-A
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 1
-Ba
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 2
-Baldwin, Ainslie
1989-1990

Box 2: folder 3
-Be-Bl
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 4
-Bo
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 5
-Br-Bu
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 6
-Brayton, Charlotte
1985-1987, 1994

Box 2: folder 7
-Briggs, Lucy Barnard
1988-1995

Box 2: folder 8
-Brown, Elizabeth
1993-1994

Box 2: folder 9
-Brown, Locke
1987-1993

Box 2: folder 10
-Burack, Sylvia
1992-1995

Box 2: folder 11
-Bush, Barbara
1995

Box 2: folder 12
Note:
-Ca- Ch
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 13
-Carey, Ernestine Gilbreth
1988-1995

Box 2: folder 14
-Chapman, Dolly
1989-1994

Box 2: folder 15
-Ci-Cz
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 16
-D
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 17
-Denniston, Rosemary
1989-1994

Box 2: folder 18
-E
ca. 1985-1995

Box 3: folder 1
-Ericsson, Jane
1987-1990

Box 3: folder 2
-F
ca. 1985-1995

Box 3: folder 3
-G
ca. 1985-1995

Box 3: folder 4
-Ha-He
ca. 1985-1995

Box 3: folder 5
-Hi-Hz
ca. 1985-1995

Box 3: folder 6
-I-J
ca. 1985-1995

Box 3: folder 7
-K
ca. 1985-1995

Box 3: folder 8
-Kahn, Louise
1988-1994

Box 3: folder 9
-La-Le
ca. 1985-1995

Box 3: folder 10
-L'Engle, Madeleine
1992-1995

Box 3: folder 11
-Landstrom, Elsie and Hyla Doc
1990-1994

Box 4: folder 1
-Li-Lz
ca. 1985-1995

Box 4: folder 2
-Ma-Me
ca. 1985-1995

Box 4: folder 3
-McCallum, Taffy Gould
1988-1994

Box 4: folder 4
-Mi-Mz
ca. 1985-1995

Box 4: folder 5
-Milbank, Helen
1986-1995

Box 4: folder 6
-Mitchell, Margaretta
1989-1995

Box 4: folder 7
-N
ca. 1985-1995

Box 4: folder 8
-O
ca. 1985-1995

Box 4: folder 9
-O'Brien, Margaret
1988-1995

Box 4: folder 10
-P-Q
ca. 1985-1995

Box 4: folder 11
-Pyotte, Patty
1989

Box 4: folder 12
-Ra-Ri
ca. 1985-1995

Box 4: folder 13
-Rankin, Clara
1988-1994

Box 4: folder 14
-Reagan, Nancy
1985-1989

Box 4: folder 15
-Ro-Rz
ca. 1985-1995

Box 5: folder 1
-Rosenfeld, Erika
1986

Box 5: folder 2
-Sa-Sl
ca. 1985-1995

Box 5: folder 3
-Slater, Elaine
1993-1995

Box 5: folder 4
-Sm-Sz
ca. 1985-1995

Box 5: folder 5
-Smith, Bernadet Carey
1986

Box 5: folder 6
-Smith, Helen Bryan
1988-1994

Box 5: folder 7
-T
ca. 1985-1995

Box 5: folder 8
-Tangeman, Clementine
1989-1992

Box 5: folder 9
-U-V
ca. 1985-1995

Box 5: folder 10
-W
ca. 1985-1995

Box 5: folder 11
-X-Z
ca. 1985-1995

Box 5: folder 12
-Miscellaneous
1986-1995

Box 5: folder 13
Ketcham Project
1989-1990

Box 6: folder 1
Mayoral Meeting
1987-1988

Box 6: folder 2
Reunions



-1986
1985-1986

Box 6: folder 3
-1987
1987

Box 6: folder 4
-1988
1988

Box 6: folder 5
-1989
1989

Box 6: folder 6
-1990
1989-1990

Box 6: folder 7
-1991
1989-1991

Box 6: folder 8
-
1992


-General
1989-1992

Box 6: folder 9
-"Suddenly Single" Panel
1991-1992

Box 6: folder 10
-1993
1993

Box 6: folder 11
Reunion Task Force
1989

Box 6: folder 12
Smith Clubs



-General
1985-1992, 1995

Box 6: folder 13
-California
1985-1992

Box 6: folder 14
-Delaware
1990-1991

Box 6: folder 15
-Florida
1986-1988

Box 6: folder 16
-Georgia
1986-1990

Box 7: folder 1
-Illinois
1985-1990

Box 7: folder 2
-Massachusetts
1985-1991

Box 7: folder 3
-Minnesota
1985-1993

Box 7: folder 4
-Missouri
1991

Box 7: folder 5
-New Hampshire
1985, 1987

Box 7: folder 6
-New York
1985-1995

Box 7: folder 7
-North Carolina
1986

Box 7: folder 8
-Pennsylvania
1985-1991

Box 7: folder 9
-Texas
1986-1992

Box 7: folder 10
-Washington, D.C./Baltimore
1985-1986

Box 7: folder 11
-Washington, D.C./Baltimore
1987-1991

Box 7: folder 12
-Canada
1985

Box 7: folder 13
-Europe
1987-1995

Box 7: folder 14
Smith Voices
1988

Box 7: folder 15
SERIES VII. BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

(2 document boxes / 0.8 linear feet)

Arrangement:

Student residences are grouped together and organized alphabetically.

Scope and content:

This series includes records related to the maintenance and development of campus structures and infrastructure. The largest construction projects during Dunn's term was the renovation of the Clark Science Center.

Related material:

Related material may be found in the Committees and Boards series in the records of the Campus Planning Committee, Facilities Planning Committee, Committee on Faculty Offices, Grounds Committee, Ad-hoc Committee for the Selection of Architects and Supervision of Building Programs, Committee on Space Allocation, and the Campus Beautification Committee. There is additional information in the Administrative Offices series in the records of the Physical Plant as well as the Assistant to the President for Campus Planning (President's Office).

General
1987-1993

Box 1: folder 1
-Campus Signage
1989

Box 1: folder 2
-Handicap Accessibillity


Box 1
Note:
-Master Plan


Box 1
Note:
-Parking & Traffic
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 3
-Parking & Traffic
1988-1991

Box 1: folder 4
Athletic Facilities



-General
1985-1986, 1994

Box 1: folder 5
-Croquet Cart
1986, 1988

Box 1: folder 6
-Riding Facilities
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 7
Bass Hall


Box 1
Note:
Botanic Gardens



-Annual Reports
1985-1989

Box 1: folder 8
-General
1985-1994

Box 1: folder 9
-Landscape Architecture Symposium
1992

Box 1: folder 10
-President's Elm
1986-1988

Box 1: folder 11
Clark Science Center



-General
1985-1992

Box 1: folder 12
-Addition



-General
1985-1988

Box 1: folder 13
-General
1989-1991

Box 1: folder 14
-Action Plan
May 1986

Box 2: folder 1
-Dedication
1990-1991

Box 2: folder 2
-Federal Funding
1986

Box 2: folder 3
-Federal Funding
1989-1990

Box 2: folder 4
-Ground Breaking
1989

Box 2: folder 5
-White Report
1989

Box 2: folder 6
-Animal Care Facilities
1985-1989

Box 2: folder 7
College Hall
1987-1988

Box 2: folder 8
Dewey



-General
1990-1994

Box 2: folder 9
-Student Correspondence
1990

Box 2: folder 10
Fort Hill


Box 2
Note:
President's House
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 11
Student Residences



-General
1985-1994

Box 2: folder 12
-Dining Consolidation


Box 2
Note:
-Dawes House
1989-1991

Box 2: folder 13
-Duckett House
1989

Box 2: folder 14
-Hopkins House
1992, 1994

Box 2: folder 15
-Hubbard House
1990-1993

Box 2: folder 16
-Sessions House
1987

Box 2: folder 17
-Talbot House


Box 2
Note:
-Washburn House
1990-1991

Box 2: folder 18
-Ziskind House
1990-1993

Box 2: folder 19
SERIES VIII. COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

(2 document boxes / 0.8 linear feet)

Arrangement:

The files are organized alphabetically by institution, with a series of alphabetical miscellaneous material at the end.

Scope and content:

This series consists of correspondence, reports and newspaper clippings from other institutions regarding cooperative programs, institutional activities and events, as well as common educational issues.

Related material:

For institutions of either the Five Colleges, Seven Sisters or Twelve College Exchange, see also the Intercollegiate Associations series.

Amherst College
1989-1994

Box 1: folder 1
Beloit College
1990-1995

Box 1: folder 2
Bentley College
1990-1991

Box 1: folder 3
Bowdoin College
1985-1994

Box 1: folder 4
Bryn Mawr College
1985-1990

Box 1: folder 5
Carleton College
1986-1989

Box 1: folder 6
Chatham College
1991-1992

Box 1: folder 7
Chicago, University of
1986-1991

Box 1: folder 8
Columbia University
1990-1992

Box 1: folder 9
Hampshire College
1985-1995

Box 1: folder 10
Macalester College
1986-1995

Box 1: folder 11
Massachusetts, University of
1985-1988

Box 1: folder 12
Massachusetts, University of
1989-1995

Box 1: folder 13
Mount Holyoke College



-General
1985-1992

Box 1: folder 14
-International Conference on Worldwide Education for Women
1987

Box 1: folder 15
Oberlin College



-General
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 16
-Future of Science Conference
1985

Box 1: folder 17
-Future of Science Conference
1986-1988

Box 1: folder 18
-Research Grant Questionnaire
1986

Box 1: folder 19
Pennsylvania State University
1987

Box 2: folder 1
Swarthmore College
1986-1987

Box 2: folder 2
Trinity College
1985-1994

Box 2: folder 3
Miscellaneous



--A-D
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 4
-E-M
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 5
-N-R
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 6
-S-Z
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 7
Inauguration Invitations [Sample Only]
1986

Box 2: folder 8
SERIES IX. COMMITTEES AND BOARDS

(9 document boxes / 3.8 linear feet)

This series includes correspondence, reports and working papers of the standing and ad-hoc committees and boards of the college. The most central and far-reaching decision-making bodies are the Board of Trustees, the Board of Counselors, and the Committee on Planning and Resources (previously the College Planning Committee and the Faculty Planning Committee). However, college policy and the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act require the restriction of the records of both the Board of Trustees and the Board of Counselors. Other significant committees in this series include several faculty committees, the Committee on Social Responsibility and the Committee on Student Affairs. Also included in this series are three free-standing administrative groups: Administrative Department Heads, Senior Administrative Group, and Senior Staff. The files of the Senior Staff are the most extensive of these three groups. The Senior Staff (also know as the President's Staff) included key administrative figures, such as the Treasurer, the Directors of Development and Public Relations, Assistants to the President, and Deans and Associate Deans. Minutes and major reports from most committees are available in the Dean of the Faculty Records of the Smith College Archives.

General



-Appointment Letters
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 1
-Appointment Letters
1987-1988

Box 1: folder 2
-Appointment Letters
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 3
-Appointment Letters
1991-1992

Box 1: folder 4
-Appointment Letters
1993-1994

Box 1: folder 5
-Lists
1987-1994

Box 1: folder 6
-Miscellaneous and Proposed Committees
1985-1993

Box 1: folder 7
Academic Policy, Committee On
1985-1994

Box 1: folder 8
ACRA


Box 1
Note:
Administrative Board
1988-1993

Box 1: folder 9
Admission, Board of
1985-1989

Box 1: folder 10
Admission, Board of
1990

Box 2: folder 1
Admission, Board of
1991-1995

Box 2: folder 2
Advancement Committee
1989-1992

Box 2: folder 3
AIDS Committees
1985-1986

Box 2: folder 4
AIDS Committees
1987

Box 2: folder 5
AIDS Committees
1988-1991

Box 2: folder 6
Alumnae Relations & Support, Joint Commission on



-General
1989

Box 2: folder 7
-General
1990

Box 2: folder 8
-General
n.d.

Box 2: folder 9
-1990 Report
May 1990

Box 3: folder 1
Athletic Prog and Exercise & Sport Studies, Cttee to Review the Structure
1988

Box 3: folder 2
Athletics, Committee on
1991

Box 3: folder 3
Benefits Advisory Committee
1987-1988

Box 3: folder 4
Budget Officers
1992

Box 3: folder 5
Budget Officers
1993

Box 3: folder 6
Budget Officers
1994

Box 3: folder 7
Budget Officers
1995

Box 3: folder 8
Business Staff Directors
1988

Box 3: folder 9
Campus Committee
1985-1988, 1990-1992

Box 3: folder 10
Campus Planning, Faculty Advisory Committee on
1992

Box 3: folder 11
Civil Rights Board
1989-1992

Box 3: folder 12
College Planning & Resources



-General
1985-1987

Box 3: folder 13
-General
1988

Box 3: folder 14
-General
1989

Box 4: folder 1
-General
1990

Box 4: folder 2
-General
1991

Box 4: folder 3
-Child Care
1988

Box 4: folder 4
-Master Plan


Box 4
Note:
-Planning Task Force
1986-1987

Box 4: folder 5
-Strategic Planning


Box 4
Note:
Community Policy, Committee on


Box 4
-General
1985-1989

Box 4: folder 6
-General
1990-1994

Box 4: folder 7
-Equal Opportunity Employment


Box 4
Note:
-Ombuds Person Office Proposal
1987

Box 4: folder 8
-Otelia Cromwell Day, Subttee on


Box 4
Note:
-Race/Diversity
1987-1994

Box 4: folder 9
-Smith Design for Institutional Diversity


Box 4
Note:
-Task Force on South Africa
1985

Box 4: folder 10
Diversity, College/Alumnae Task Force on
1985-1986

Box 4: folder 11
Enrollment Management Committee
1988-1989

Box 4: folder 12
Enrollment Management Committee
Feb-Mar 1990

Box 5: folder 1
Enrollment Management Committee
Apr-Oct 1990

Box 5: folder 2
Enrollment Management Committee
Nov 1990-1992

Box 5: folder 3
Facilities Use Committee
1991

Box 5: folder 4
Faculty Appointments, Advisory Committee on
1989-1990, 1994

Box 5: folder 5
Faculty Council
1986-1990

Box 5: folder 6
Faculty Compensation and Development, Committee on
1986, 1994

Box 5: folder 7
Future of the College, Ad hoc Committee on-


Box 5
Note:
Honorary Degrees, Committee on
1986-1993

Box 5: folder 8
Marshals Committee
1986, 1993

Box 5: folder 9
Medical Benefits Review Committee
1986-1987

Box 5: folder 10
Motion Picture Committee
1985-1987

Box 5: folder 11
Personnel Policy Board



-General
1986-1993

Box 5: folder 12
-Classification & Compensation Plan Meeting
1991

Box 5: folder 13
Planning Task Force


Box 5
Note:
Pre-Health Advisors, Board of
1985-1993

Box 5: folder 14
Presidential Search Committee
1994-1995

Box 5: folder 15
President's Staff


Box 5
Note:
Radiation Safety Committee
1985

Box 5: folder 16
Registration & Standardization of Institutional Data, Committee for
1989

Box 5: folder 17
Resource Allocation, Advisory Committee on
1990-1994

Box 6: folder 1
Resource Coordinating Committee
1990-1991

Box 6: folder 2
Resource Coordinating Committee
1992-1995

Box 6: folder 3
Science Planning Committee
1985-1987

Box 6: folder 4
Senior Staff



-General
1985-1986

Box 6: folder 5
-General
1987

Box 6: folder 6
-General
1988

Box 6: folder 7
-General
1989

Box 6: folder 8
-General
1990

Box 6: folder 9
-General
1991

Box 6: folder 10
-General
1992

Box 7: folder 1
-General
1993

Box 7: folder 2
-General
1994

Box 7: folder 3
-General
1995

Box 7: folder 4
-Retreat


Box 7
-1988
1987-1988

Box 7: folder 5
-1989
1988-1989

Box 7: folder 6
-1990
1989-1990

Box 7: folder 7
-1991
1991

Box 7: folder 8
Smith Management Program Advisory Committee
1985-1988

Box 7: folder 9
Space Allocation Committee



-General
1985-1988

Box 7: folder 10
-General
1989

Box 7: folder 11
-General
1990-1991, 1993

Box 7: folder 12
-Student Cultural Organization Space
1990-1991

Box 7: folder 13
-Utilization Study
1990-1991

Box 7: folder 14
Special Needs Advisory Committee
1989-1990

Box 7: folder 15
Staff Conference


Box 7
Note:
Staff Council



-General
1991

Box 7: folder 16
-General
1992

Box 8: folder 1
-Task Force Information Packet
1991

Box 8: folder 2
Strategic Planning Committees



-General
1990

Box 8: folder 3
-General
1991

Box 8: folder 4
-George Kaludis Associates
Oct-Jun 1990

Box 8: folder 5
-George Kaludis Associates
Jul-Dec 1990

Box 8: folder 6
-Administration & Infrastructure
1990

Box 8: folder 7
-Campus School & Child Care



-General
1991-1992

Box 8: folder 8
-Correspondence with MMD Response
1991-1992

Box 8: folder 9
-Alumnae Correspondence
1991

Box 8: folder 10
-Parent Correspondence
1991-1992

Box 8: folder 11
-Miscellaneous Correspondence
1991

Box 8: folder 12
-Dining



-General
1990-1993

Box 9: folder 1
-Alumnae Correspondence with MMD Response
1991-1993

Box 9: folder 2
-Alumnae Correspondence without MMD Response
1991-1992

Box 9: folder 3
-Student & Parent Correspondence
1991-1992

Box 9: folder 4
-Educational Experience
1990

Box 9: folder 5
-Faculty & Academic Support
1990

Box 9: folder 6
-Infirmary Care
1991-1992

Box 9: folder 7
-Student Employment
1991-1992

Box 9: folder 8
-Student Population
1990

Box 9: folder 9
-Voluntary Separation Packages


Box 9
Note:
Student Life Committee
1987-1988

Box 9: folder 10
Study Abroad, Committee on
1985-1993

Box 9: folder 11
Summer Programs, Task Force on
1985-1986, 1993

Box 9: folder 12
Tenure & Promotion, Committee on
1985-1989

Box 9: folder 13
TIAA-CREF Retirement Plan Review Committee
1986-1987

Box 9: folder 14
Transition, Advisory Committee on-General
1991

Box 9: folder 15
SERIES X. ENGAGEMENTS

(5 document boxes / 2.1 linear feet)

This series of records works in concert with the Speeches and Events series to provide a detailed description of the activities and responsibilities of the President of Smith College. Included are a set of files containing details of various off-campus appointments and events the president attended (organized by date of event or appointment). There are also a set of calendars, daily schedules, travel schedules, and a sample of engagements the president had to refuse. Note: Frances Volkman was acting president for the spring semester of 1991.

October 1985-Macalester College
1985

Box 1: folder 1
February 1987-Marietta College
1986-1987

Box 1: folder 2
June 1987-Williston Northampton School
1986-1987

Box 1: folder 3
June 1989-Connecticut River Excursion
1989

Box 1: folder 4
February 1993-National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls
1992

Box 1: folder 5
June 1993-Dwight-Englewood School
1992-1993

Box 1: folder 6
Miscellaneous
1985-1994

Box 1: folder 7
Calendars



-1985
1985

Box 1: folder 8
-1986
1986

Box 1: folder 9
-1987
1987

Box 1: folder 10
-1988
1988

Box 1: folder 11
-1989
1989

Box 1: folder 12
-1990
1990

Box 1: folder 13
-1991
1991

Box 1: folder 14
-Frances Volkman
1991

Box 1: folder 15
-1992
1992

Box 1: folder 16
-1993
1993

Box 1: folder 17
-1994
1994

Box 2: folder 1
Conferences
1985-1990

Box 2: folder 2
Daily Schedules



-Mar-Aug 1985
Mar-Aug 1985

Box 2: folder 3
-Sep-Dec 1985
Sep-Dec 1985

Box 2: folder 4
-Jan-May 1986
Jan-May 1986

Box 2: folder 5
-Jun-Oct 1986
Jun-Oct 1986

Box 2: folder 6
-Nov-Dec 1986
Nov-Dec 1986

Box 2: folder 7
-Jan-Apr 1987
Jan-Apr 1987

Box 2: folder 8
-May-Aug 1987
May-Aug 1987

Box 2: folder 9
-Sep-Dec 1987
Sep-Dec 1987

Box 3: folder 1
-Jan-Apr 1988
Jan-Apr 1988

Box 3: folder 2
-May-Aug 1988
May-Aug 1988

Box 3: folder 3
-Sep-Dec 1988
Sep-Dec 1988

Box 3: folder 4
-Jan-Mar 1989
Jan-Mar 1989

Box 3: folder 5
-Apr-Jun 1989
Apr-Jun 1989

Box 3: folder 6
-Jul-Sep 1989
Jul-Sep 1989

Box 3: folder 7
-Oct-Dec 1989
Oct-Dec 1989

Box 3: folder 8
-Jan-Apr 1990
Jan-Apr 1990

Box 3: folder 9
-May-Aug 1990
May-Aug 1990

Box 3: folder 10
-Sep-Dec 1990
Sep-Dec 1990

Box 3: folder 11
-Jan-Aug 1991
Jan-Aug 1991

Box 4: folder 1
-Jan-Aug 1991-Frances Volkman
Jan-Aug 1991

Box 4: folder 2
-Sep-Dec 1991
Sep-Dec 1991

Box 4: folder 3
-Jan-Jun 1992
Jan-Jun 1992

Box 4: folder 4
-Jul-Dec 1992
Jul-Dec 1992

Box 4: folder 5
-Jan-Apr 1993
Jan-Apr 1993

Box 4: folder 6
-Apr-Jul 1993
Apr-Jul 1993

Box 4: folder 7
-Aug-Dec 1993
Aug-Dec 1993

Box 4: folder 8
-Jan-May 1994
Jan-May 1994

Box 4: folder 9
-Jun-Dec 1994
Jun-Dec 1994

Box 5: folder 1
-Jan-Jun 1995
Jan-Jun 1995

Box 5: folder 2
Refusals



-Jan-May 1986
Jan-May 1986

Box 5: folder 3
-Jun-Dec 1986
Jun-Dec 1986

Box 5: folder 4
-1990
1990

Box 5: folder 5
-1994
1994

Box 5: folder 6
Travel Schedules



-1985-1986
1985-1986

Box 5: folder 7
-1987-1993
1987-1993

Box 5: folder 8
SERIES XI. EVENTS

(7 document boxes / 2.9 linear feet)

Along with the Speeches and Engagements series, the records in this series document the activities and responsibilities of the President of Smith College. The events in this series (as opposed to the Engagements series) include significant campus traditional gatherings and celebrations as well as one-time happenings. Routine events include assemblies, commencement, Rally Day, and the awarding of Smith College Medals and honorary degrees. Other events include Dunn's inauguration, concerts, conferences, symposia, lectures, as well as various events at the President's House.

Commencement


Box 1
-
1986


-General
1986

Box 1: folder 1
-Speaker
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 2
-
1987


-General
1987

Box 1: folder 3
-Speaker
1986

Box 1: folder 4
-
1988


-General


Box 1: folder 5
-Shavuoth Conflict
1987-1988

Box 1: folder 6
-Speaker
1987-1988

Box 1: folder 7
-
1989


-General
1988-1989

Box 1: folder 8
-Speaker
1988-1989

Box 1: folder 9
-1990
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 10
-
1991


-General
1990-1991

Box 1: folder 11
-Shavuoth
1988-1991

Box 1: folder 12
-Speaker
1989-1991

Box 1: folder 13
-
1992


-General
1991-1992

Box 1: folder 14
-Speaker
1991-1992

Box 1: folder 15
-1993
1993

Box 1: folder 16
-1994
1993

Box 1: folder 17
Conferences



-About Women: Teaching and Research at Smith
1992-1993

Box 1: folder 18
-China Today
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 19
-Civil Rights/Institutional Diversity



-General
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 20
-Handouts
1990

Box 1: folder 21
-Encuentro de Latinas
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 22
-Experiences of Black Students
1989

Box 2: folder 1
-Faces of Tradition: Germany In Europe
1986-1987

Box 2: folder 2
-Kathleen Ridder Conference
1992

Box 2: folder 3
-Model United Nations
1990

Box 2: folder 4
-Women and Leadership, proposed
1988-1990

Box 2: folder 5
Dunn Celebration Day
1995

Box 2
-Publicity


Box 2: folder 6
-Gifts
1995

Box 2: folder 7
-Invitations and Lists
1995

Box 2: folder 8
-Meeting Minutes
1995

Box 2: folder 9
-Memos
1995

Box 2: folder 10
-Programs and Schedules
1995

Box 2: folder 11
-Transportation and Accommodations
1995

Box 2: folder 12
Family Weekend
1986-1994

Box 2: folder 13
Inauguration



-Program
1985

Box 2: folder 14
-Inaugural Address
1985

Box 2
-Final Copy
1985

Box 2: folder 15
-Background Info
1985

Box 2: folder 16
-Drafts
1985

Box 2: folder 17
-Publicity
1985

Box 2: folder 18
-Speakers and Distinguished Guests
1985

Box 2: folder 19
-Order of Exercises
1985

Box 2: folder 20
-Event Schedules
1985

Box 2: folder 21
-Accompanying Events
1985

Box 2
-Chapel Service
1985

Box 2: folder 22
-Debate
1985

Box 2: folder 23
-Museum Exhibit and Concert
1985

Box 2: folder 24
-Music
1985

Box 3: folder 1
-"Presidential Search" Game
1985

Box 3: folder 2
-Symposium
1985

Box 3: folder 3
-Menus
1985

Box 3: folder 4
-Recipe Books
1985

Box 3: folder 5
-"Transplantable Inauguration Garden Party"
1985-1988

Box 3: folder 6
-Welcome Packet
1985

Box 3: folder 7
-Invitations
1985

Box 3: folder 8
-Guest Lists



-General
1985

Box 3: folder 9
-Academic Delegates
1985

Box 3: folder 10
-Alumnae
1985

Box 3: folder 11
-MMD Personal
1985

Box 3: folder 12
-Replies
1985

Box 3: folder 13
-Congratulations
1985

Box 4: folder 1
-Thank-You Notes



-Incoming
1985

Box 4: folder 2
-Outgoing
1985

Box 4: folder 3
-Planning



-General
1985

Box 4: folder 4
-Arrangements for Guests
1985

Box 4: folder 5
-Budget and Expenses
1985

Box 4: folder 6
-Inaugural Committee Meetings
1985

Box 4: folder 7
-Seating, Processional
1985

Box 4: folder 8
-Rain Contingency
1985

Box 4: folder 9
Interterm
1985-1991

Box 4: folder 10
Last Chapel
1986

Box 4
-1986
1986

Box 4: folder 11
-1987
1987

Box 4: folder 12
-1988
1987-1988

Box 4: folder 13
-1989
1989

Box 4: folder 14
-1990-1993
1989-1993

Box 4: folder 15
Lecturers and Visiting Scholars



-General
1985-1994

Box 4: folder 16
-Foreign Visitors Welcoming Committee
1988

Box 4: folder 17
-Kyung-Nan Choo
1990

Box 5: folder 1
-Tropp, Vladimir
1985-1989

Box 5: folder 2
Mountain Day
1988-1993

Box 5: folder 3
Opening Convocation



-1985-1988
1985-1988

Box 5: folder 4
-1989
1989

Box 5: folder 5
-1990-1991
1990-1991

Box 5: folder 6
-1992
1992

Box 5: folder 7
Otelia Cromwell Day



-1989
1989

Box 5: folder 8
-Feb 1991
Feb 1991

Box 5: folder 9
-Oct 1991
1991-1992

Box 5: folder 10
-1992
1991-1992

Box 5: folder 11
-1993
1992-1993

Box 5: folder 12
President's House Events



-General
1985-1986

Box 5: folder 13
-General
1987-1988

Box 5: folder 14
-General
1989

Box 5: folder 15
-General
1990-1992

Box 6: folder 1
-Monthly Schedules



-1985-1987
1985-1987

Box 6: folder 2
-1988-1989
1988-1989

Box 6: folder 3
-1990-1991
1990-1991

Box 6: folder 4
-1992-1993
1992-1993

Box 6: folder 5
-1994-1995
1994-1995

Box 6: folder 6
-Head Residents Dinners
1987-1989

Box 6: folder 7
-Presidential Intern Dinners
1986-1991

Box 6: folder 8
-Senior Dinners
1985-1986

Box 6: folder 9
-Spectrum Dinners
1986-1990

Box 6: folder 10
Rally Day



-1986
1985-1986

Box 6: folder 11
-1987
1986-1987

Box 6: folder 12
-1988
1987-1988

Box 6: folder 13
-1989
1987-1989

Box 6: folder 14
-1990
1989-1990

Box 7: folder 1
-
1991


-General
1990-1991

Box 7: folder 2
-Medalists
1990-1991

Box 7: folder 3
-
1992


-General
1991-1992

Box 7: folder 4
-Medallists
1991-1992

Box 7: folder 5
-1993
1992-1993

Box 7: folder 6
-1995
1995

Box 7: folder 7
Summer Programs
1988-1991

Box 7: folder 8
Symposia



-Century of Struggle/Flexner Celebration
1989

Box 7: folder 9
-Metanoetics
1989

Box 7: folder 10
-Teaching for Tomorrow
1986-1987

Box 7: folder 11
-WAVES (proposed)
1986

Box 7: folder 12
Women's Basketball Centennial
1990-1993

Box 7: folder 13
SERIES XII. FACULTY & STAFF

(2 document boxes / 0.8 linear feet)

Scope and content:

The records in this series document the relationship of the President's Office with faculty and staff. There is information on a number of general faculty and staff issues, such as salaries and retirement, as well as information about specific individuals. Material relating to emeritus faculty and staff (including former Smith presidents and their families) can be found in this series as well.

Related material:

Additional material for specific faculty or staff members may be found in the Academic Departments, Administrative Offices, or Committees and Boards series. The Committees and Boards series also includes records for a number of faculty and staff-related committees. The records of the Women and Social Change Project, a faculty-research endeavor, is also included in this series.

General
1985-1995, n.d.

Box 1: folder 1
Administrative Staff
1990-1992

Box 1: folder 2
Clerical/Administrative Coffee Hour
1985-1988

Box 1: folder 3
Community Forums
1990-1991

Box 1: folder 4
Emeritus Presidents and Their Families



-Conway
1988-1995

Box 1: folder 5
-Davis
1989

Box 1: folder 6
-Mendenhall
1985, 1990

Box 1: folder 7
Equal Opportunity Policy and Grievance Procedures



-1988-Mar 1989
1988-Mar 1989

Box 1: folder 8
-Apr-Aug 1989
Apr-Aug 1989

Box 1: folder 9
Faculty Club
1985-1991

Box 1: folder 10
Faculty Dinners



-Jan-Mar 1992
Jan-Mar 1992

Box 1: folder 11
-Apr 1992-1994
Apr 1992-1994

Box 1: folder 12
Faculty Entertainment Funds
1985, 1987

Box 1: folder 13
Faculty Salaries
1987-1994

Box 1: folder 14
Faculty Spouse Tuition Policy
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 15
Humanities and Social Sciences Luncheons
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 16
Individuals



-A-C
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 1
-Berenson, Senda


Box 2
Note:
-D-F
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 2
-Dalby, Sidonia
1990-1995

Box 2: folder 3
-Freccero, Yvonne
1987-1995

Box 2: folder 4
-G-L
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 5
-Horowitz, Helen and Daniel
1994-1995, n.d.

Box 2: folder 6
-Hoyt, Nelly
1989-1990, n.d.

Box 2: folder 7
-M-R
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 8
-S-Z
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 9
-Schalk, Marshall
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 10
-Smith, Eleanor
1989-1995

Box 2: folder 11
-Unsworth, Richard
1993-1994

Box 2: folder 12
-Von Klemperer, Elizabeth and Klemens
1992-1995

Box 2: folder 13
-Miscellaneous
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 14
Labor Unions
1987-1993

Box 2: folder 15
Minority Faculty



-General
1988, n.d.

Box 2: folder 16
-Mendenhall Fellows
1985-1989

Box 2: folder 17
Neilson Professors



-General
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 18
-Charles Hamilton
1988

Box 3: folder 1
-Roy S. Bryce-Laporte
1992-1993

Box 3: folder 2
-Trinh Minh-La
1992-1994

Box 3: folder 3
OBND (Out But Not Down)
1985, 1987

Box 3: folder 4
Retirement Policies



-General
1988-1991

Box 3: folder 5
-TIAA/CREF
1987-1989

Box 3: folder 6
Smith Administrative Management Seminar


Box 3
-1988, 1991


Box 3: folder 7
-1992


Box 3: folder 8
-1993


Box 3: folder 9
Staff Connection
1989

Box 3: folder 10
Voluntary Separation Packages


Box 3
Note: Note:
Women Faculty


Box 3
Note:
Women and Social Change Project
1985-1988

Box 3: folder 11
Note:
Wye Faculty Seminars
1986

Box 3: folder 12
SERIES XIII. GRADUATE WORK

(2 document boxes / 0.8 linear feet)

Scope and content:

The Graduate Work series includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and reports regarding the evolution and operation of several graduate studies programs at the college. There are records documenting general aspects of graduate education, as well as specific programs of study, such as the the Smith-Northampton Summer School, the Smith Management Program, and the School of Social Work.

Related material:

Useful information may also be found in the Committees and Boards series on the Committee on Graduate Study.

Education and Child Study


Box 1
-SAGE [Smith Association of Graduate Education Students]
1995

Box 1: folder 1
-Smith/Northampton Summer School
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 2
School for Social Work



-Annual Reports
1992-1993

Box 1: folder 3
-General
1985

Box 1: folder 4
-General
1986

Box 1: folder 5
-General
1987

Box 1: folder 6
-General
1988

Box 1: folder 7
-General
Jan-Mar 1989

Box 1: folder 8
-General
Apr-Dec 1989

Box 1: folder 9
-General
1990

Box 1: folder 10
-General
1991-1992

Box 1: folder 11
-General
1993-1994

Box 1: folder 12
-70th Anniversary
1988

Box 1: folder 13
-75th Anniversary
1992-1993

Box 1: folder 14
-Commencement
1985-1994

Box 1: folder 15
-Day-Garrett Award
1991-1993, 1995

Box 1: folder 16
-Doctoral Program Review
1992

Box 2: folder 1
-Honorary Letters to Field Faculty
1987-1988

Box 2: folder 2
-Honorary Letters to Field Faculty
1990-1991

Box 2: folder 3
-Honorary Letters to Field Faculty
1993

Box 2: folder 4
-Meeting Agendas
1987-1994

Box 2: folder 5
-Salem State College
1986

Box 2: folder 6
-Self Study, Vol. 1
1990

Box 2: folder 7
-Strategic Plan
1991

Box 2: folder 8
-Ten Year Trends Study
1994

Box 2: folder 9
Smith Management Program



Note:
-General
1985-1986

Box 2: folder 10
-General
1987-1988

Box 2: folder 11
-General
1989-1991, 1993

Box 2: folder 12
-Meeting Agendas
1986-1992

Box 2: folder 13
-Staff Nominations
1986-1995

Box 2: folder 14
SERIES XIV. INTERCOLLEGIATE ASSOCIATIONS

(7 document boxes / 2.9 linear feet)

There are four intercollegiate associations included in this series: Five Colleges, Inc., Seven Sisters, Society Organized Against Racism, and Women's College Coalition.

Five Colleges: The Five Colleges material includes correspondence, reports and newspaper clippings tracing the evolution of cooperative relations between Smith College, Mount Holyoke College, Hampshire College, Amherst College, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Seven Sisters: The records of the Seven Sisters (also known as the Seven Colleges) include correspondence, reports and newspaper clippings documenting relations between seven of the most important historically women-only colleges in the Eastern United States: Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe, Smith, Vassar, and Wellesley.

Society Organized Against Racism (SOAR): The SOAR records include correspondence and reports documenting the founding and early activity of the organization. SOAR, founded in 1982, is a consortium of New England colleges and universities working to improve the racial climate in academic institutions.

Women's College Coalition: The Women's College Coalition was founded in 1972 under the auspices of the Association of American Colleges. It includes more than seventy two- and four-year colleges. The material in this collection includes correspondence, reports and announcements of the organization's events and projects.

Five Colleges



-General
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 1
-General
1988

Box 1: folder 2
-General
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 3
-General
1991-1992

Box 1: folder 4
-General
1993-1995

Box 1: folder 5
-Coordinator
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 6
-Directors Meetings
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 7
-Directors Meetings
1988-1989

Box 1: folder 8
-Directors Meetings
1990-1992

Box 2: folder 1
-Directors Meetings
1993-1995

Box 2: folder 2
-Academic Departments & Programs



-American Studies


Box 2: folder 3
-Arabic Studies [proposed]
1992-1993

Box 2: folder 4
-Canadian Studies
1986-1991

Box 2: folder 5
-Constitutional Studies


Box 2: folder 6
-Dance Program
1985-

Box 2: folder 7
-East Asian Studies
1986-

Box 2: folder 8
-European Institute [proposed]
1989

Box 2: folder 9
-Film Studies


Box 2: folder 10
-Foreign Languages & Culture
1988-

Box 2: folder 11
-Gerontology
1986

Box 2: folder 12
-History
1990-1993

Box 2: folder 13
-Irish Studies


Box 2: folder 14
-Latin American Studies
1986

Box 2: folder 15
-Peace and World Security Studies
1985-1987

Box 2: folder 16
-Peace and World Security Studies
1989

Box 2: folder 17
-Peace and World Security Studies
1990-1991

Box 3: folder 1
-Peace and World Security Studies
1992-1995

Box 3: folder 2
-Poetry
1988-

Box 3: folder 3
-Political Science
1989-

Box 3: folder 4
-Sciences



-General
1985-1992

Box 3: folder 5
-Astronomy
1985-1994

Box 3: folder 6
-Coastal and Marine Sciences
1985-

Box 3: folder 7
-Theatre


Box 3: folder 8
-Women's Studies
1985-1995

Box 3: folder 9
-American Indian Student Association
1990

Box 3: folder 10
-Articles of Incorporation Amendments
1994

Box 3: folder 11
-Budget
1985-1987

Box 3: folder 12
-Budget
1988

Box 3: folder 13
Five Colleges



-Budget
1989-1990

Box 4: folder 1
-Budget
1994

Box 4: folder 2
-Calendar Coordination
1989-1990

Box 4: folder 3
-Citizens for Limited Taxation Proposal (Question 3)
1990

Box 4: folder 4
-Grants and Proposals



-General
1985-1993

Box 4: folder 5
-NEH Challenge Grant
1987-1989

Box 4: folder 6
-"Growing Without Growing" Report
1991

Box 4: folder 7
-Historic Deerfield Cooperation
1986-1989

Box 4: folder 8
-Interchange
1989-1993

Box 4: folder 9
-Learning In Retirement Program
1988-1991

Box 4: folder 10
-Libraries



-General
1985-1986

Box 4: folder 11
-General
1987-

Box 4: folder 12
-Boss Report
1986

Box 4: folder 13
-OCLC Agreement
1988

Box 5: folder 1
-OCLC Agreement Revision
1987

Box 5: folder 2
-Living Care Center
1986

Box 5: folder 3
-Massachusetts Review
1985-

Box 5: folder 4
-Minority Fellows Program
1988-1994

Box 5: folder 5
-Minority Student Recruitment
1986-1989

Box 5: folder 6
-Museum Collaboration
1993, 1995

Box 5: folder 7
-Public School Partnership
1985-1993, n.d.

Box 5: folder 8
-Radio - WFCR
1986-1994

Box 5: folder 9
-Telecommunications
1985-1994

Box 5: folder 10
-Transportation System
1988-1990, 1993

Box 5: folder 11
Seven Sisters
1985-1987

Box 5: folder 12
Seven Sisters
1988-1991

Box 5: folder 13
Seven Sisters
1992-1993

Box 6: folder 1
Society Organized Against Racism
1985-1987

Box 6: folder 2
Society Organized Against Racism
1988-1993

Box 6: folder 3
Women's College Coalition
1985-1986

Box 6: folder 4
Women's College Coalition
1987

Box 6: folder 5
Women's College Coalition
1988

Box 6: folder 6
Women's College Coalition
1989

Box 6: folder 7
Women's College Coalition
Jan-Jun 1990

Box 7: folder 1
Women's College Coalition
Jul-Dec 1990

Box 7: folder 2
Women's College Coalition
1991

Box 7: folder 3
Women's College Coalition
1992

Box 7: folder 4
Women's College Coalition
1993

Box 7: folder 5
Women's College Coalition
1994-1995

Box 7: folder 6
SERIES XV. NON-SMITH ORGANIZATIONS

(9 document boxes / 3.8 linear feet)

Arrangement:

The files in this series are organized alphabetically by organization name, with a number of miscellaneous organizations also filed alphabetically, in the last few boxes.

Scope and content:

The material in this series documents the variety of national, regional and local organizations which had an impact on, and a relationship with, Smith College. Included are reports, newspaper clippings and correspondence with a number of academic, civic, corporate and nonprofit organizations. Organizations of particular interest are the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts (AICUM), the Consortium on Financing Higher Education (COFHE), and state and federal government bodies.

Advisory Council on Women / Lenox Associates
1985

Box 1: folder 1
American Association of Presidents of Independent Colleges and Univs.
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 2
American Collegiate Consortium for East-West Cultural and Academic Exchange
Apr 1987-May 1988

Box 1: folder 3
American Collegiate Consortium for East-West Cultural and Academic Exchange
Jun 1988-Aug 1991

Box 1: folder 4
American Council on Education



-General
1985-1987

Box 1: folder 5
-General
1988-1989

Box 1: folder 6
-General
1990-1994

Box 1: folder 7
-Board of Directors
1989-1991

Box 1: folder 8
-Women in Higher Education
1985-Aug 1986

Box 1: folder 9
-Women in Higher Education
Sep 1986-1994

Box 1: folder 10
Archaeological Societies
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 11
Association of American Colleges
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 12
Association of American Colleges
1987-1989

Box 2: folder 1
Association of American Colleges
1990-1991

Box 2: folder 2
Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges
1986-1995

Box 2: folder 3
Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in MA [AICUM]
1985-1986

Box 2: folder 4
Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in MA
1987-1988

Box 2: folder 5
Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in MA
1989-1990

Box 2: folder 6
Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in MA
1991-1994

Box 2: folder 7
Catalyst
1985-1995

Box 2: folder 8
College Board
1985-1991

Box 2: folder 9
Conference Board
1985-1990

Box 2: folder 10
Consortium for the Education of Non-Traditional Students


Box 2
Note:
Consortium on Financing Higher Education [COFHE]
1985

Box 3: folder 1
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
1986

Box 3: folder 2
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
1987

Box 3: folder 3
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
1989

Box 3: folder 4
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
Jan-Apr 1990

Box 3: folder 5
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
May-Jul 1990

Box 3: folder 6
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
Aug-Dec 1990

Box 3: folder 7
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
1991

Box 3: folder 8
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
1992

Box 3: folder 9
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
1993

Box 4: folder 1
Consortium on Financing Higher Education
1994-1995

Box 4: folder 2
Cooley's - Marco Polo Inc


Box 4
Note:
Cooperative Institutional Research Program [CIRP]
1986-1987

Box 4: folder 3
Council of Independent Colleges
1985-1986

Box 4: folder 4
Council of Independent Colleges
1987

Box 4: folder 5
Council of Independent Colleges
1988-1991

Box 4: folder 6
Freeform Enterprises
1986-1987

Box 4: folder 7
Humanities Research Institute
1990-1992

Box 4: folder 8
Institutional Leadership Project
1986-1989

Box 4: folder 9
International Association of Students in Economics and Commerce [AIESEC] [sic]
1986-1989

Box 4: folder 10
Korn/Ferry International
1986-1992

Box 4: folder 11
Learned Colleagues


Box 5
-General
1990-1991

Box 5: folder 1
-General
1992-1993

Box 5: folder 2
-General
1994-1995

Box 5: folder 3
-Smith Meeting June 24-26, 1992
1991-1992

Box 5: folder 4
Massachusetts Association of Non-Profit Schools and Colleges
1986-1992

Box 5: folder 5
Massachusetts Board of Regents of Higher Education
1985-1989

Box 5: folder 6
Massachusetts Department of Education
1985-1986

Box 5: folder 7
Massachusetts Department of Education
1988-1989

Box 5: folder 8
Massachusetts Education Loan Authority
1988

Box 5: folder 9
Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency
1988

Box 5: folder 10
National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities [NAICU]
1985-1988

Box 5: folder 11
National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities
1989-1990

Box 6: folder 1
National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities
1991-1994

Box 6: folder 2
National Collegiate Athletic Association [NCAA]
1985-1986

Box 6: folder 3
National Collegiate Athletic Association
1987-1990

Box 6: folder 4
National Collegiate Athletic Association
1991-1992

Box 6: folder 5
National Collegiate Athletic Association
1993-1995

Box 6: folder 6
New England Association of Schools and Colleges [NEASC]



-General
1985-1988

Box 6: folder 7
-General
1989-1993

Box 7: folder 1
-Accreditation
1985-1986

Box 7: folder 2
-Accreditation
Jan-Aug 1987

Box 7: folder 3
-Accreditation
Sep-Dec 1987

Box 7: folder 4
-Accreditation-Report on Institutional Self-Study
Sep 1987

Box 7: folder 5
-Reaccreditation Committee
1991

Box 7: folder 6
New England Board of Higher Education
1985-1986

Box 7: folder 7
New England Colleges Fund
1985-1987

Box 7: folder 8
New England Colleges Fund
1988-1989

Box 7: folder 9
New England Colleges Fund
1990-1993

Box 8: folder 1
Open Society Scholars Fund
1986-1990

Box 8: folder 2
Pew Higher Education Roundtable
1992-1995

Box 8: folder 3
Some Corporate and Foundation Relations Officers [SCAFRO]
1992-1993

Box 8: folder 4
Tillman Institute of Human Relations
1988-1990

Box 8: folder 5
United Way
1985-1986

Box 8: folder 6
United Way
1987

Box 8: folder 7
United Way
1988

Box 8: folder 8
United Way
1989-1990

Box 8: folder 9
United Way
1991

Box 8: folder 10
United Way
1992

Box 9: folder 1
United Way
1993-1995

Box 9: folder 2
Women Presidents' Group
1991-1993

Box 9: folder 3
World Affairs Council
1988-1989

Box 9: folder 4
Xerox Corporation
1989-1990

Box 9: folder 5
Miscellaneous



-A-B
ca. 1985-1995

Box 9: folder 6
-C-G
ca. 1985-1995

Box 9: folder 7
-H-N
ca. 1985-1995

Box 9: folder 8
-O-Z
ca. 1985-1995

Box 9: folder 9
SERIES XVI. SPEECHES

(2 document boxes / 0.8 linear feet)

Arrangement:

The records in this series are filed chronologically by event and are labeled with one or all of the following: title, location, and event.

Scope and content:

The duties of the President included many public speaking engagements, not only at Smith College events but also at local and national gatherings. The records in this series include notes and some full texts for many of these speeches, as well as associated correspondence and newspaper clippings.

Related material:

More detailed information about the events themselves can be found in the Events and Engagements series, and in some cases in the records of sponsoring Smith Administrative Offices, Academic Departments, Committees and Boards, or Non-Smith Organizations.

January All-College Meetings
1987-1995

Box 1: folder 1
Last Chapels
1986-1995

Box 1: folder 2
Opening Convocations
1985-1992

Box 1: folder 3
Parents Speeches
1985-1988, n.d.

Box 1: folder 4
State of the College Addresses
1986-1995

Box 1: folder 5
Macalester College
7 Nov 1985

Box 1: folder 6
Ethel Walker School
28 Apr 1986

Box 1: folder 7
Westchester Smith Club - "Some Themes in the Education of Women"
May 1986

Box 1: folder 8
Scripps College
11 Oct 1986

Box 1: folder 9
Marietta College - "The Education of Women in the 21st Century"
11 Feb 1987

Box 1: folder 10
Teaching For Tomorrow
21 Apr 1987

Box 1: folder 11
7 Colleges Alumnae Seminar - "The Education Conundrum"
14 Oct 1987

Box 1: folder 12
School for Social Work
23 Jul 1988

Box 1: folder 13
Smith All-College Meeting on Race
1 May 1989

Box 1: folder 14
Saint Edward's School
5 June 1992

Box 1: folder 15
Clarke School for the Deaf
18 June 1992

Box 1: folder 16
National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls
22 Feb 1993

Box 1: folder 17
Council for Women in Independent Schools
19 Apr 1993

Box 1: folder 18
Dwight-Englewood School
6 June 1993

Box 1: folder 19
Miscellaneous
1985

Box 2: folder 1
Miscellaneous
1986

Box 2: folder 2
Miscellaneous
1987

Box 2: folder 3
Miscellaneous
1988

Box 2: folder 4
Miscellaneous
1989

Box 2: folder 5
Miscellaneous
1990

Box 2: folder 6
Miscellaneous
1991

Box 2: folder 7
Miscellaneous
1992

Box 2: folder 8
Miscellaneous
1993

Box 2: folder 9
Miscellaneous
1994

Box 2: folder 10
Miscellaneous
1995

Box 2: folder 11
Miscellaneous
n.d.

Box 2: folder 12
Notes & Sources
ca. 1985-1995

Box 2: folder 13
SERIES XVII. STUDENTS

(3 document boxes / 1.3 linear feet)

Scope and content:

The records in this series document the relationship of the Smith student body with the faculty and administration of the college. There are records about student organizations, publications, athletics, and other activities.

Related material:

Information about students can also be found in the records of Committees and Boards with student representation, in the Administrative Offices series in the records of the Dean of the College and the Dean of Students, as well as in the records of specific student residences in the Buildings and Grounds series.

General
1985-1995

Box 1: folder 1
Academic Awards



-Eleanor Flexner Prize
1989

Box 1: folder 2
-Hamm Prize
1986-1994

Box 1: folder 3
-Knowles Scholarship
1986-1992

Box 1: folder 4
-Sean McFarland Prize
1986

Box 1: folder 5
-Miscellaneous
1991, 1994

Box 1: folder 6
Athletics



Note:
-General
1985-1986

Box 1: folder 7
-General
1987-1988

Box 1: folder 8
-General
1989-1990

Box 1: folder 9
-General
1991

Box 1: folder 10
-General
1992

Box 1: folder 11
-General
1993-1995

Box 1: folder 12
-Budget
1990

Box 1: folder 13
-Meeting Agendas
1988-1992

Box 1: folder 14
-NCAA Self-Study
1989-1991

Box 1: folder 15
-Basketball
1986-1995

Box 2: folder 1
-Crew
1985-1993

Box 2: folder 2
-Field Hockey
1985, 1993

Box 2: folder 3
-Gymnastics
1985-1988

Box 2: folder 4
-Soccer
1985-1986, 1991

Box 2: folder 5
-Squash
1986-1992

Box 2: folder 6
-Swimming & Diving
1989-1992

Box 2: folder 7
-Track & Field
1987-1995

Box 2: folder 8
-Volleyball
1986-1992

Box 2: folder 9
-Miscellaneous Teams & Sports
1988-1990, 1995

Box 2: folder 10
Chalking
1993-1994

Box 2: folder 11
Dinner Thank-Yous
1986-1994

Box 2: folder 12
First-Year Students
1985-1990

Box 2: folder 13
Hazing Compliance Reports
1987, 1994-1995

Box 2: folder 14
International Students
1985, 1990, 1992

Box 2: folder 15
Organizations



Note:
-Black Students Alliance
1985-1990

Box 2: folder 16
-Celebrations Dance Company
1989, 1994

Box 2: folder 17
-Debate Society
1986, 1988, 1992

Box 2: folder 18
-Korean Students of Smith
1985, 1990

Box 2: folder 19
-Lesbian Bisexual Alliance
1985, 1991-1995, n.d.

Box 2: folder 20
Note:
-Sazanami Club
1989

Box 2: folder 21
-Service Organizations of Smith (SOS)
1985-1994

Box 2: folder 22
-Student Government Association (SGA)
1985-1989

Box 2: folder 23
-Student Government Association (SGA)
1990-1995

Box 2: folder 24
-Students Against Multiple Sclerosis
1986

Box 3: folder 1
-United Student Employee Delegation
1991

Box 3: folder 2
-Miscellaneous
1985-1995

Box 3: folder 3
Parents Newsletter Mailings
1989-1993

Box 3: folder 4
Presidential Interns
1985-1988

Box 3: folder 5
Presidential Interns
1989-1994

Box 3: folder 6
Publications
1985-1991

Box 3: folder 7
Senior Class
1985-1995

Box 3: folder 8
Senior Class Gifts
1986-1991

Box 3: folder 9
Student Activity Fee
1988

Box 3: folder 10
Student Unrest



-Coke Boycott
1989

Box 3: folder 11
-Concerned Students of All Colors
1988

Box 3: folder 12
-Financial Aid


Box 3: folder 13
-Diversity Meetings with Student Groups
1992-1993

Box 3: folder 14
-Racism
1989

Box 3: folder 15
-South Africa


Box 3
Note:
-Miscellaneous
1987-1993

Box 3: folder 16
SERIES XVIII. PHOTOGRAPHS

(1 document box / 0.4 linear feet)

Scope and content:

The photographs in this series document many of the events and activities described in the printed material.

Related material:

Additional photographs may be found in the Smith College Archives collections which document specific events, such as Honorary Degree presentations, Ivy Day and Commencement.

Portraits
ca. 1985-1995

Box 1: folder 1
Portraits Contact Sheets
ca. 1985-1995

Box 1: folder 2
Alumnae
ca. 1985-1995

Box 1: folder 3
Family
n.d.

Box 1: folder 4
Inauguration



-Pictures with MMD
29 Sep 1985

Box 1: folder 5
-General, without MMD
29 Sep 1985

Box 1: folder 6
Non-Smith Speaking Engagements
ca. 1985-1995

Box 1: folder 7
Smith Events
ca. 1985-1995

Box 1: folder 8
Students
ca. 1985-1995

Box 1: folder 9
Teaching
1988

Box 1: folder 10
Miscellaneous Contact Sheets
ca. 1985-1995

Box 1: folder 11
Miscellaneous
ca. 1985-1995

Box 1: folder 12

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Subjects
  • Dunn, Mary Maples.
  • Smith College--Presidents.

Contributors
  • Smith College. Office of President.


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