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Photojournalist. The Papers document Elbaum's career as a photojournalist, notably in Chechnya during the war with the Soviet Union and include biographical information and photographs.
Author. Papers consist primarily of typescripts of Seton's columns, essays, and novels; biographical material; detailed correspondence; and a few photographs. Major themes addressed in the papers are Smith College; the city of Northampton; the social movements of the 1960s (especially the women's movement); the impact of feminism on middle-aged women; and writing.
D. Dennis Hudson (1938-2006) was Professor of World Religions at Smith College from 1970 until his retirement in 2000. His papers mainly consist of research files, as well as notes, papers, and class materials.
The files contain mostly photographs, dance cards and invitations. Some photographs can tell their own story such as with the "Superdance USA" of 1981, with its succession of 4 photographs. Information about the Supper Dance can be derived from the many press releases about the event.
Contains news articles, faculty listings, correspondence, photographs, books, pamphlets and manuscripts documenting the life and work of Daniel Aaron during his professional life at Smith College.
Daniel Horowitz is a historian whose work focuses on the history of consumer culture and social criticism in the U.S. He taught at Smith College and directed the school's American Studies program for 18 years. These papers contain professional papers including correspondence, research, and reviews related to several of Horowitz's books.
Hunter was born in Ohio to a family involved in printing and publishing. Hunter is also known as a papermaker and an authority on the history of papermaking. This collection contains specimens of papers made by Hunter and articles by or about him. Also a copy of: Massachusetts Institute of Technology : Dard Hunter Paper Museum
David P. Bourbeau photograph collection of Pioneer Valley book workers, printed books, and bookbindings
A photograph collection of Pioneer Valley book workers, printed books, and bookbindings. Includes photographs, flyers, and catalogue.
The Dead Feminists broadside collection includes broadside prints created by Chandler O’Leary and Jessica Spring. Each print features quotes by historical feminists, are limited-edition, and letterpress printed from hand-drawn lettering and illustrations. Jessica and Chandler have released 31 broadsides since the series began in 2008.
Contains programs, photographs, and newspaper clippings documenting the Debate Society 's activities.
Woman who owned Robert Browning's writing desk and bequeathed it to Smith College in memory of her daughter. Includes photographs of the desk, Vail's manuscript notes and printed writings, a note in Robert Browning's autograph, memorabilia, and flowers collected from Elizabeth Barrett Browning's grave in Florence and the Browning residence in Venice from a trip to Europe in 1924.
This collection contains department records including literary journals, photographs, pamphlets, course listings, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, paper assignments, final and mid-year exams, and assorted fliers.
This collection contains course syllabi, resources, announcements, invitations, newsletters, pamphlets, newspaper articles, exam questions, a handbook, diploma program thesis reports, student assignments and student records.
The Department of Art at Smith College was established in 1902 when art courses became a part of the regular curriculum. Many varied courses have been added to this curriculum and many pieces of art have been added to the art museum since that year. The collection contains the administrative, faculty, and course material produced within the department, including art building files, faculty articles and books, gift files, and general departmental material.
Athletics have been a part of a Smith College education since 1889. The Department of Athletics focuses on student athletics/teams at Smith, not the academic side of sports. Its records consist of office files, meeting minutes, account books, publications, bulletins, scrapbooks, photos, class cards, budgets, intramural files, Seven Sisters files, and team files.
Records include information regarding committees, courses, exams, department memos, minutes from department meetings, as well as information and publicity regarding lectures and symposiums sponsored by the department. There is also information regarding the Sigma Xi Society and the H.H. Wilder Collection.
Records include the department's course offerings, history, events, finances and faculty. Types of materials include typescripts, annual reports, press releases, syllabi, photographs, financial ledgers, published papers, journals, correspondence, and meeting minutes (restricted).
The Department of Chemistry started at Smith College in 1897 and by the 1940's, courses were being offered in biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry, and analytical chemistry. The depatment records contain general departmental material collected over the latter half of the twentieth century, including files pertaining to the American Chemical Society, National Science Foundation, lab notes, grants, theses, and administrative functions.
The Department of Classical Languages and Literatures was founded in 1937 when the departments of Greek and Latin merged. This collection contains their records, including files created by the Greek Club and Latin Club.
This collection contains exam questions, newspaper articles, and black and white photographs.
Dance began at Smith as a study though lectures in the 1920's, became tied to the Theatre Department in the 1940's, and finally established its own department in the 1970's. Along with department files, the collection includes dance programs, concert files, and photographs.
The Department of East Asian Language and Literature began in 1989 at Smith College with a focus on Korean, Japanese, and Chinese culture. Its records contain documents pertaining to the function of the department including memos, budget statements, copyright requests, and syllabi.
This collection contains black and white photographs, newspaper articles, mid-year and final exams, and department announcements.
This collection contains newspaper and magazine articles, materials for prospective majors, news releases, black and white photographs, class notes, course syllabi, and mid-year and final exam questions.