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Greene, John Morton, 1830-1919.


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

John Morton Greene collection of documents on the early history of Smith College

Identifier: CA-MS-01215
Abstract John Morton Greene, Sophia Smith's pastor, is generally regarded as the originator of the idea of founding Smith College as a college for women. Born in Hadley, Mass. on March 12, 1830, he was an 1853 graduate of Amherst College, which also granted him the A.M. in 1856 and D.D. in 1881. This collection contains items collected by Greene documenting the early days of Smith College. Much of the collection consists of letters from Greene to Sophia Smith, summarizing their meetings about the...
Dates of Materials: 1868 - 1933

John Morton Greene papers

Identifier: CA-MS-00080

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.

Dates of Materials: 1833 - 1997

Laurenus Clark Seelye papers

Identifier: CA-MS-00001
Abstract Laurenus Clark Seelye was the first president of Smith College. His papers contain biographical material, correspondence, sermons, speeches, lectures, publications, photographs and family papers of Henrietta Chapin Seelye. Correspondents include President Marion LeRoy Burton, Harry Norman Gardiner, Arthur L. Gillett, John M. Greene, Mary Augusta Jordan, William H. Lanning, Alice (Lord) Parsons, Herbert A. Wilder, Andrew Carnegie, President William McKinley, and John D. Rockefeller, Jr, among...
Dates of Materials: 1820 - 1995; Majority of material found within 1875-1924

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