Found in 81 Collections and/or Records:
Administrative Offices records include pamphlets, office files, exams, reports, meeting minutes.
The Alumnae Oral History Project collection is comprised of oral histories conducted with Smith College alumnae during reunion weekends from 2010 to 2017. The project was funded by the President's Office and the College Archives and coordinated by Kelly Anderson. Students from the Archives Concentration and Anderson's classes in oral history conducted the interviews. The collection contains video recordings, transcripts, and project records.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians (A.O.H.) was a secret society devoted to "the maintenance of devilish wit and the promotion of hellish spirit in the college." Contains correspondence, membership lists, photographs, songs and poems, and a scrapbook.
Cartoons, newspaper clippings and published articles about Smith College from a wide variety of sources.
Advisory committee to the Smith College Board of Trustees. Contains meeting minutes, memoranda, newspaper clippings and lists.
Campus Cat was a publication created by Smith students in 1918. Its contents provided information to the campus about going-ons, events, activities, and poked fun at the rituals, trials, and stresses of academia and life on the Smith campus. Material includes most issues of the Campus Cat, press releases and other Campus Cat related publications.
Class of 1915. Staff, Department of Art. Collection consists of a memorabilia book documenting her experiences at Smith College.
The Christian Science Organization at Smith College was a student led group that organized lectures and other events intended to spread the ideas of Christian Science. The collection contains reports to members, membership applications, administrative records, and other material documenting the activities of the club.
Since 1900, Christmas at Smith College has involved the sending of cards, the singing of carols, and the annual Vespers. Smith College's Christmas Vespers have allowed religious and non-religious students alike to come together and appreciate the music and spirit of the holiday season for over one hundred years. Materials include cards, programs, clippings, and photographs.
Student demonstration. Includes interviews and papers.
Author. Papers consist primarily of typescripts of Seton's columns, essays, and novels; biographical material; detailed correspondence; and a few photographs. Major themes addressed in the papers are Smith College; the city of Northampton; the social movements of the 1960s (especially the women's movement); the impact of feminism on middle-aged women; and writing.
The files contain mostly photographs, dance cards and invitations. Some photographs can tell their own story such as with the "Superdance USA" of 1981, with its succession of 4 photographs. Information about the Supper Dance can be derived from the many press releases about the event.
Records include information regarding committees, courses, exams, department memos, minutes from department meetings, as well as information and publicity regarding lectures and symposiums sponsored by the department. There is also information regarding the Sigma Xi Society and the H.H. Wilder Collection.
Records include the department's course offerings, history, events, finances and faculty. Types of materials include typescripts, annual reports, press releases, syllabi, photographs, financial ledgers, published papers, journals, correspondence, and meeting minutes (restricted).
The first psychology course was offered at Smith College in the fall of 1878. These records contain information about the Smith College Department of Psychology's history, academic courses, including syllabi and examinations, and finances. Also included is information on events sponsored by the department and the students' Psychology Club. Types of materials include typescripts, photographs, and news clippings.
Hart-Lester Harris gives a brief account of each day in 1910, her freshman/sophomore year at Smith College. Harris writes of school work, friendships, clothing, events and day-to-day happenings in her life. Notable events include seeing Halley's comet, and the inauguation of Smith College President Marion Le Roy Burton.
Hart-Lester Harris gives a brief account of each day in 1911, her sophomore/junior year at Smith College. Harris writes of school work, friendships, clothing, events and day-to-day happenings in her life. Events of note include the announcement to name the auditorium "John M. Greene."
Hart-Lester Harris gives a brief account of each day in 1912, her junior/senior year at Smith College. Harris writes of school work, friendships, clothing, events and day-to-day happenings in her life. Events of note include the death of her brother, Ches, and her Junior Prom.
Hart-Lester Harris gives a brief account of each day in 1913, the end of her senior year at Smith College, and the summer and fall following. Harris writes of school work, friendships, clothing, events and day-to-day happenings in her life. Events of note include her graduation.
Contains correspondence, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, press releases and photographs about distinguished visitors to Smith College.
The Dixon-Clark family papers contain photographs, newspaper articles, and correspondence regarding the private and social lives of various members of the family.
Dorothy May Anderson taught landscape design at Smith College and contributed to the redesign of the Smith campus prior to joining the war effort in 1943. Her papers contains questionnaires, course material, photographs, newspaper clippings, and correspondence related to Anderson's professional and personal life.
Records consist of programs, photographs, press releases, articles, notes and prompt books relating to student productions at Smith between the years 1878 and 1949. These include all House Dramatics, Division of Dramatics, Alpha-Phi Kappa Psi, Theater Workshop, Dramatic Association and early Theater Department performances.
Faculty. Department of Sociology. Contains various documents relating to the career of Ely Chinoy at Smith College including correspondence, photographs, news clippings, published works, research, course materials, and programs.
Contains constitution, correspondence, flight training and financial records, photographs, publications, manuals and instructions.
Professor of English, poet. Contains biographical information, correspondence, and publications.
- Collection 73
- Archival Object 8
- administrative records 21
- correspondence 12
- scrapbooks 10
- Electronic records 8
- Student housing 7
- Women -- Education (Higher) -- United States 7
- Women college students -- United States -- 20th century 7
- College sports for women -- United States 6
- clippings 6
- diaries 6
- photographs 6
- articles 5
- Examinations 4
- Female friendship 4
- Notes 4
- Church and education 3
- College students -- Political activity -- Massachusetts -- Northampton 3
- Education, Higher 3
- Music -- Instruction and study 3
- Newsletters 3 + ∧ less