Seelye, Laurenus Clark, 1837-1924
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Professor of Fine Arts. Collection contains biographical material, correspondence, material related to museum and art collecting, publications, and teaching materials.
Seelye thanks Mr. and Mrs. Allen (Hart-Lester Harris) for their "flowers and friendly greetings" on the Seelye's wedding anniversary. Seelye wishes the Allen's equal happiness in their marriage to their own.
Seelye thanks Mr. and Mrs. Allen (Hart-Lester Harris) for their flowers for the Seelye's wedding anniversary. Seelye wishes the Allen's equal happiness in their marriage as in their own.
Alumnae, Instructor, drama. Collection contains correspondence, materials related to Lend-a-Hand Dramatic Club, class notes, plays, photographs, and memorabilia.
Pastor of Sophia Smith, generally regarded as the originator of the idea of founding Smith College as a college for women. Papers contain biographical information, personal and professional correspondence, recollections, journals, manuscripts, photographs, and published works. There are also articles and clippings pertaining to his life, Sophia Smith, and the early history and founding of Smith College.
Seelye asks Mrs. Clarke (Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence) to help him write a chapter of his book about the early history of Smith College during his administration. He asks if she would writes a chapter about "the activities and entertainments of the students aside from their regular academic work."
Seelye is glad that Clarke (Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence) has accepted his request that she write a chapter on student life for his book about the early history of Smith College, and discusses the logisitcs of the work.
Seelye writes to Mrs. Clarke (nee Lawrence) stating that he has recieved her manuscript for the chapter on student life that she has written for Seelye's book on the early history of Smith College. He thanks her for all her work, and wishes "mine were as satisfatorily finished."
Seelye tells Clarke (Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence) that she can send along her manuscript of the chapter on Student Life for Seelye's book about the early history of Smith College. He writes that he has reluctantly accepted his appointment to investigate the education at the Massachusetts Agricultural College, and that he and is family are well, but his daughters are a bit anxious about infantile paralysis.
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.