Found in 80 Collections and/or Records:
WWI relief worker; Nurse. The papers include correspondence, reports, papers, and pamphlets relating to Clement's administration of the American Red Cross rural nursing program in Appalachia, circa 1912-1917, and various of accounts of her visits to impoverished communities in that area. There is also correspondence from Clement to her family while working with the Smith College Relief Unit in Grécourt, France, after World War I (1919).
World War II nurse. Six World War II scrapbooks, including clippings, postcards, brochures, and typed letters home from England and France, where she served as a nurse, circa 1943-45.
The Gloria W. Heath papers contain biographical information, correspondence, professional files, and publications of Gloria W. Heath, Class of 1943.
Author; Travel writer; Feminist; Suffragist; and Relief worker, World War I. Includes printed material, correspondence, published writings and typescripts, memorabilia, notes, photographs, and organization files. Information relating to the International Council of Women, the National Council of Women, and the Montessori Education Association of New York.
Red Cross volunteer, World War I. Biographical material, clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, and a journal pertaining to Nobili's World War I service in Italy as a Red Cross volunteer and hospital worker for the YMCA. Also included are artwork; writings of her husband, Cavaliere Riccardo Nobili; photographs of John Burroughs, n.d.; and correspondence (1930s-50s). Correspondents include Bernard Berenson, Cecil Gould, Cecil Roberts, Frank Mather, and Ham Rosewell.
Instructor of Greek, archaeologist, nurse, relief worker. Contains writings, correspondence, journals, news clippings, notes, photographs, and publications.
Red Cross official; Relief worker, World War II; Refugee relief organizer, Vietnam; and President, International Women's Association, Vietnam. The papers document the lives of women in Korea; in Germany after World War II; and in Vietnam, as well as orphanages, and refugees. Material includes correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia; approximately one quarter of the collection is in German, and some is in Vietnamese, Korean, and French.
Actress; Playwright; Women's Army Corps, World War II. The Helen Bragdon Papers include letters to her family from her basic training in Florida, her stateside service in Texas and Georgia, and overseas tours of duty in Australia, New Guinea, Netherlands East Indies, and the Philippines. Additional materials include correspondence, clippings, photographs, and programs related to her theater activities.
Approximately 60 letters (1861-1864) from Hubert Perry Young to his wife, Elizabeth Johnson Young, written while Hubert was serving in the Union Army during the Civil War.
Jean Louise Burnham is an Alumna of Smith, Class of 1938. Her papers contain biographical material, correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia.
Red Cross volunteer, Vietnam War. Copies of letters from Vietnam; Red Cross material, photographs; and videotapes re: Vietnam .
Professor of History and Associate Editor of Smith College Studies in History. Contains biographical materials, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, and publications.
Correspondence written by John Cropper while serving as an officer in the Revolutionary War to Marget Cropper, his wife, and Geo. Abbott or received by him from Geo. Corbin and others between 1776 and 1838.
John James Conway, a professor of history and decorated World War II veteran, was born in Toronto, Canada, in 1916. He was the husband of Jill Ker Conway, the first female president of Smith College. The collection includes materials regarding John Conway's personal and professional life including correspondence with his wife, Jill Ker Conway, his education at Harvard, speeches, writings, publications inscribed to Conway and World War II photographs.
The collection consists of papers, correspondence, and books in French and in English concerning the Renty family, including Robert de Renty (1894-1944) and Madame Germaine de Renty, both part of the French Resistance movement during WWII. Also contains books and other materials by one of their daughter's, Claude du Granrut. Also included are emails and other notes about the collection by the donor, Judith Miller Childs.
YWCA volunteer, World War I, YWCA executive, YWCA overseas secretary. Papers are primarily related to her work as an Overseas Secretary for the YWCA of the U.S.A in France and Belgium during and immediately after World War I. A large portion is a typescript of excerpts from Boyd's letters home to her mother. There is also general biographical material and some materials from her time as General Secretary of the YWCA of Manila, Philippines, 1930-33.
Officer, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and communications worker. The majority of the papers document Hermance's service overseas with the WAAC during World War II. Of particular interest is a typescript of her journal, As You Were, as well as other short diary and biographical writings. Other material includes a series of letters to her sister, Julia Winslow, army memorabilia, and photographs.
Volunteer, Korean War Widows Committee. Collection consists of one photograph album compiled by the Korean War Widows Project Committee containing photographs and memorabilia.
Margaret Myers Dunn is a Smith College Alumna, Class of 1937. This collection contains correspondence, ephemera, and photographs.
Red Cross relief worker, World War I. The Pond Papers consist of an annotated scrapbook documenting her work with the American Red Cross in Europe during World War I.
Owner, Crumperie Tea Room; Red Cross volunteer; YWCA volunteer; Suffragist. Collection includes guest books and memorabilia from the Crumperie Tea Room (Greenwich Village, N.Y., 1916-26) with entries from theatrical and literary personalities; and materials from Mary Alletta Crump's volunteer work with the Grenfell Mission (Labrador) and American Women's Voluntary Service in World War I.