Class of 1932.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Helen Paull Kirkpatrick was a journalist. Her papers include extensive correspondence to her family while serving as a foreign correspondent in Europe. Included are her views of Europe just before the outbreak of World War II; the air raids in London; Allied Headquarters in North Africa; campaigns in Algiers, Italy, and Corsica; the armistice in Paris; post-war Germany and Europe; the Nuremberg Trials; and the Council of Foreign Ministers in Moscow. Notable correspondents include Adlai...
Dates of Materials: 1930 - 1998
Miss Macdonald's experience of three Smith College Presidents, first, as an undergraduate under Mr. Neilson, then as Secretary to Mr. Wright and Mr. Mendenhall:, May 30, 1978
File — Box: 22, item: C142
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The tapes range from personal recollections about being a student, staff, or faculty member at Smith to wider social and political issues of the times. The tapes record various changes in Smith College's landscape- the razing of buildings as well as changes in curriculum, departments, and staff. Gertrude Smith's summary provides a concise overview, highlighting key topics on each tape and noting whether the tape is single or double sided. The following tapes mentioned in Smith's...
Dates of Materials: May 30, 1978