Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:
Alumnae, Professor, Spanish. Contains correspondence, photographs, photo album, and publications.
Professor, zoology, translator, The Second Sex. Contains, biographical information, articles, correspondence, photographs, published works, notes and translations. Notable correspondents include Adelaide Cromwell and Margaret Sanger.
Contains correspondence, photographs, news articles, and publications by Howard Rollin Patch, professor of English, 1919-1957.
Professor of Psychology, Smith College. Papers include professional correspondence, research files, publications and photographs that document his career as a psychologist. In addition, personal correspondence and biographical information are also available in the papers.
This collection contains photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and drawings related to the professional and personal life of Jere Abbott, Director of the Smith College Museum of Art from 1932 until 1946.
Professor of History. Collection contains professional papers, correspondence, news clippings and photographs belonging to John Spencer Bassett.
Professor of Religion at Smith College and later President of Colby College. Contains correspondence, biographical information, lecture notes, photographs, publications and writings spanning Bixler's career.
Graduate, class of 1901, Smith College; Dean of Students, Smith College; and Dean of Women, Carnegie Institute of Technology. Papers include clippings, diaries, commonplace books, geneology, photographs, passports, speeches, recipes and writings, including her autobiography, poetry, and articles. Correspondents include her family and friends, plus the Morrow Family and William Allan Neilson.
Correspondence, ephemera, newspaper clippings, syllabi, photographs, typescripts, and handwritten manuscripts of Louis Cohn-Haft, professor of history.
Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature, Minister. Collection contains biographical material, correspondence, photographs, publications, and reviews.
Professor and psychologist. Creator of a successful pre-school program at the Peoples' Institute in Northampton, Massachusetts, which evolved into a laboratory for Smith College's child psychology classes. Papers also depict family life in Nebraska and Northampton. Materials include correspondence, research, writings, photographs, scrapbooks, and artwork.
Biographical materials, correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, publications, and speeches by Marine Leland, Professor of French and primary contributor to the French Canadian Collection in the William Allen Neilson Library at Smith College.
Professor, English, writer. Contains biographical material, correspondence, published and unpublished writings.
Director, Smith College Observatory, Professor, Astronomy. Collection contains biographical materials, correspondence, photographs, and publications.
The bulk of the collection consists of manuscripts of novels, children's books, memoirs, biblical studies, articles, and book reviews.
Professor of Chemistry, Director of the International Institute for Girls in Spain. Collection contains biographical material, publications, photographs, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings.
The Massimo Salvadori Papers document his commitment to freedom and anti-fascism. The bulk of the materials consist of copies of the shorter publications as well as annotated manuscripts for a number of his other works. Other materials include biographical material, Smith College faculty photographs, publications, typewritten manuscripts and galley proofs, course materials for Smith College history classes, and correspondence related to the School for Freedom seminars.
Class of 1918, Professor of English, author. Collection contains biographical material, correspondence, examinations, lectures, publications, and student papers.
Professor of Zoology. Contains correspondence, clippings, notes, reports, and photographs.
The Nelly Schargo Hoyt papers contain class materials, notes, alumnae college sessions, student projects, correspondence, writings, personal documents, and photographs related to Professor Hoyt.
Faculty. Professor of English Language and Literature from 1922 - 1960. Arrested in 1959 on charges of moral turpitude for possesing pictures of male models that were considered pornographic, he pled guilty to the charges and was retired from Smith College by the Board of Trustees in 1960.
Herbert John Davis was the fourth president of Smith College, professor of English and world-renowned expert on Jonathan Swift. Contains correspondence, newspaper articles, and memorabilia related to his official duties as President of Smith College.
The Office of the Provost and Dean of the Faculty directs and integrates the varied academic efforts of the college to create a thriving community and supports faculty across the arc of their professional lives—through curricular innovation, compensation, professional development and external grants. The Office of the Provost/Dean of the Faculty records contain files on tenure and promotion committees, meetings, inactive faculty, personnel.
The Priscilla Van der Poel Papers contain materials primarily concerned with the professor's teaching career at Smith, but also reveal much about her social life. Material includes correspondence, programs, writings, photographs, diaries, and collected ephemera.
Papers include a small amount of biographical material on Perera, such as his career summary and resume, reviews, flyers and programs, photographs and newspaper articles. The majority of the materials are musical manuscripts of works by Perera.