Smith College -- Alumni and alumnae
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Anna Hempstead Branch (1875-1937) was an American poet who editor William Thomas Stead called “the Browning of American poetry. She was a member of the 1897 Smith College graduating class. The Anna Hempstead Branch Papers consist of aproximately 13 linear ft. and are primarily related to her professional and public life.
Author and columnist. Grace Collin wrote a daily drama/women's column in the New York Evening Sun, as well as short stories. Her papers consist primarily of correspondence from Collin to Smith College classmate Mary Aimee Goodman. The correspondence is centered around her work and publications, her involvement with the Smith College Club of New York, and her travels.
Small collection of chapbooks and other print ephemera from Incline Press relating to the their correspondence with Nancy Bloch. Nancy Bloch was an artist, art collector, and art philanthropist. She studied Art History and Literature at Smith College (Class of 1952) and bookbinding at the American Academy of Bookbinding in Telluride, CO.
Class of 1882. Librarian. Founder of the College Archives. Collection cContains news clippings, correspondence, essays, photographs, publications, and financial records documenting the student and professional experiences of Nina Browne.
This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Ruth Mortimer, a Smith College Alumnae (class of 1953) and a rare book librarian in the Smith College Library from 1975 to her death in 1994. Of particular note, the collection includes Mortimer's writings, her long correspondence with Mary Ellen Chase and playwright Maggie Edson, and papers relating to her work with the Friends of the Smith College Library.
Smith Alumnae Quarterly is the alumnae magazine of Smith College. The collections contains files and records from the magazine's editors and staff relating to its creation and publication, the conception and writing of articles, and photographs and artwork.
These records contains board meeting minutes, Smith Club of Washington, D.C.'s President's notebooks, newsletters, financial records and information on fundraisers and events, and materials concerning hosting international students in Washington D.C.
These records contain minutes, photographs, membership directories, publicity materials, clippings, and president's notebooks documenting the activities of the Smith Club of Western Connecticut .
This collection contains the records of the Smith College School for Social Work, Office of Alumni Affairs and Development. The records document the office's work on alummni relations, alumni chapters, fundraising from alumni, grant writing and administration, the alumni biographical files, training and resource sharing related to alumni job placement, and the Continuing Education program.
Weaving Voices is a Smith student activist organization that started in 2002. The records contain material related to the organizing of these activists on campus and include oral histories recorded in 2014.