Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae -- United States
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Women's collegiate association. Collection conisists primarily of printed material relating to the organization and its Boston and Los Angeles branches.
An article about a tea planned for February 13 for graduates and ex-students of Smith College, living in Sarasota and Bradenton. The tea to be hosted by Mrs. Samuel. F. Clarke (nee Lawrence) and Miss Elizabeth L. Clarke.
Application for the historic designation of Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence Clarke's house in Sarasota, Florida. Report includes details about the structure of the house, photographs, a narrative description of the house, and a note about its historical context, which gives a history of Clarke's life from 1926-1951 in context of Smith College and her house in Sarasota.
Clarke (Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence) informs Miss Brown that she has written an article about the Smith College Alumnae Association for the Wellesley College magazine per the request of the Wellesley Alumnae editors.
Mrs. George B. Ford (Harriet C. Ford) is glad that Clarke (Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence) has agreed to participate in the Diamond Jubilee celebration of the Alumnae Association, and discusses the logistics of her part in the event, as well as travel and rooming accommodations.
Clarke writes to "Elsa" (possibly Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence Clarke), saying he is glad of a beautiful day for her and "83", and gives some updates on happenings at home and at the "farm."
Beth Clarke, daughter of Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence Clarke, represents her mother in recieving the Cup that was awarded to the Class of 1883. She stands on the Smith College campus with five other women. On the back Lawrence notes "I had to go back with Sam."
Beth Clarke, daughter of Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence Clarke, represents her mother in recieving the Cup that was awarded to the Class of 1883. She stands on the Smith College campus with five other women. On the back Lawrence notes "I had gone back w. Sam - He had been at rally w. me after he and I gone back"
The program for the Alumnae Assembly, at which the Alumnae Association celebrates its "Diamond Jubilee" (60 years). E. L. Clarke (Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence) is cast among the "Experts Appearing as Rough Diamonds."
An article noting that Miss Florence H. Snow and Miss Louise P. Collin were guests of honor at a tea held in the home of Mrs Samuel F. Clarke (nee Lawrence) and Miss Elizabeth Clarke.
Includes an article written by Elizabeth L. Clarke (Crocker Lawrence) entitled "Something about the Smith Colelge Alumnae Association." on page 11 (page 17 of digitized material).