Smith College. Office of President.
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Acting President of Smith College, Dean of the College of Smith College, Professor of English at Smith College, and President of Radcliffe College. Contains biographical material, correspondence, materials related to professional and volunteer work, and photographs.
Benjamin Fletcher Wright was the fifth president of Smith College, and a professor of Government. The collection contains official records of the Office of the President, correspondence, speeches, legal documents, press releases, minutes, memoranda, reports, and newspaper articles.
Herbert John Davis was the fourth president of Smith College, a professor of English and world-renowned expert on Jonathan Swift. This collection contains material primarily related to his personal life including correspondence, speeches, publications, photographs, newspaper articles, and memorabilia.
William Allan Neilson was the third President of Smith College. The Office of President William Allan Neilson files contain official records of the Office of the President including, correspondence, subject files, organization files, and confidential files.
Elizabeth Cutter Morrow served as Smith's acting president. She was also a Smith alumna, a teacher, author, volunteer, and trustee. This collection contains correspondence, news clippings, photographs, presidential documents, speeches, reports and other materials. Correspondents include the Neilson family and the Davis family.
Carol T. Christ served as the 10th president of Smith College from 2002 to 2013. These files consist of her daily calendar pages from 2003 to 2009, as well as materials regarding her tenure on the Academy of Music Board of Trustees.
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.
Author, professor, and the first female president of Smith College who pledged "...to foster research and the creation of new knowledge about matters of central importance in women's lives" by helping to develop and fund women-centered projects such as the Smith Management Program, Ada Comstock Program, and Project on Women and Social Change. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports and working papers, newspaper clippings and photographs.
Kathleen McCartney is the 11th president of Smith College. She was installed on October 19, 2013. These files consist of planning and other printed materials pertaining to her Inauguration as well as a file of letters sent to President McCartey in reaction to the cancellation of Christine Legarde as Smith's 2014 commencement speaker.
Marion LeRoy Burton was the second president of Smith College and later president of the University of Minnesota and the University of Michigan. This collection contains correspondence, publications, sermons, photographs, and press articles.
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.
Sixth President of Smith College, Professor, history. Contains official records of the Office of the President, incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports and working papers, news clippings and photographs
President, Smith College and professor, Yale University. Papers include correspondence, memorabilia, writings, hobbies, course materials, Rhodes Scholarship information, professional records, news clippings, portraits and photographs.