RG II, Series 4
Bunting-Smith, Mary Ingraham, 1910-1998. Records of Radcliffe College President Mary
Ingraham Bunting-Smith, 1960-1972: A Finding Aid
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe
Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
© President and Fellows of Harvard College
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Call No.: RG II, Series 4
Repository: Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe
Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Creator: Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith, 1910-1998
Title: Records of Radcliffe College President Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith, 1960-1972
Quantity: 23 linear feet (55 file boxes)
Language of materials: Materials in English.
Abstract: Official Radcliffe College correspondence, reports, minutes, etc., of Mary Bunting-Smith,
professor and fifth president of Radcliffe College.
Processed: December 1993
By: Helen Gilbert, May Cheever, Barbara Kravitz, Jane S. Knowles
Access. Records are closed for 50 years from date of creation except with the permission
of the Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Student records are closed
for 80 years from the time of separation. Some folders (#105, 223, 287, 711) marked
closed in the inventory are an exception to the rules. Material removed from folders
62, 69, 85, 90, 95, 97, 99, 106, 121, 127, 129, 132, 216, 237, 243, 251, 304, 338,
364, 365, 369, 378, 393, 450, 454, 494, 504, 516, 565, 568, 578, 590, 626, 636, 640,
650, 661, 676, 677, 678, 701, 703, 713, 724, 739, 768, 773, 776a, 843 is closed for
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Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
Mary Ingraham Bunting Records of the President of Radcliffe College, 1960-1972; item
description, dates. RG II, Series 4, folder #. Radcliffe College Archives, Schlesinger
Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University.
There is related material at the Schlesinger Library; see Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith
Papers, 1926-2002 (MC 564
Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith, geneticist and fifth president of Radcliffe, was born
in Brooklyn, New York on July 10, 1910, the daughter of Henry A. and Mary (Shotwell)
Ingraham. She received her A.B. from Vassar (1931) and her A.M. (1932) and Ph.D (1934)
in Bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin. In 1937, Bunting-Smith married Henry
Bunting of the Yale University School of Medicine. They had one daughter and three
Bunting-Smith served as an instructor at Bennington College (1936-1937) and Goucher
College (1937-1938), as research assistant (1938-1940) and lecturer on Microbiology
(1948-1955) at Yale, and lecturer on Botany at Wellesley College (1946-1947). After
her husband's death in 1954, she became Dean of Douglass College at Rutgers University
and Professor of Bacteriology (1955-1959). She was President of Radcliffe College
and lecturer on Biology at Harvard (1960-1972). She took a leave to serve on the United
States Atomic Energy Commission (1964-1965) during which period Helen Gilbert was
President Bunting introduced many new programs and radically changed the structure
of Radcliffe during her presidency. In 1961 she formed the Radcliffe Institute (now
Bunting Institute), a research center for post-graduate women to help reverse what
she called the "climate of unexpectation for women." Among its first one hundred and
eighty-eight fellows (1961-1971), seventy-six went on to college teaching or administration
in fifty-six different institutions. Two years later she closed the Radcliffe Graduate
School and the Harvard/Radcliffe Program in Business Administration when the Harvard
Graduate School and Business School opened their doors to women. She created a new
residential house system for undergraduates, 1961-1962, by grouping the dormitories
into North, South, and East (later Currier House.)
In 1967 Bunting-Smith launched a capital campaign, a Program for Radcliffe which successfully
raised ten million by 1970 to renovate the Quad houses, construct Currier House, renovate
the old college library for the Bunting Institute and the Schlesinger Library, and
expand financial aid.
The period from 1967 to 1970 saw escalating student protests against the Vietnam war.
Radcliffe students were involved in protesting against recruiting by the Dow Chemical
Co. (October 25, 1967). They participated in a sit-in at Paine Hall (December 12,
1968) demanding an end to Reserve Officer Training at Harvard (ROTC), the occupation
of University Hall (April 9, 1969), a noisy sit-in in President Bunting's office in
Fay House to protest the punishment meted out to Radcliffe women after the Paine Hall
incident, and a university-wide strike. Other protests included a hunger strike for
off-campus living (Spring, 1968) and a confrontation over Black admissions (Fall,
1968). Students joined Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) to stop Harvard's expansion
into low-income neighborhoods and to advocate an Afro-American Studies Department.
Others joined Bread and Roses an off-campus women's liberation organization.
President Bunting was sympathetic to the need to increase the numbers of Black students
and raised the minimum number of admits to thirty in 1969. She also believed that
merger with Harvard was the only strategy for solving the serious inequities for women
students in housing, financial aid, access to tutors, and in recreational facilities.
The majority of the students were pressing for co-residence (the creation of co-residential
houses) and President Pusey was unwilling to consider co-residence without merger
of college offices relating to students. Alumnae were suspicious of the merger and
their negative reactions led in 1971 to an agreement between Harvard and Radcliffe
known as the "non-merger merger" instead of the corporate merging of the two institutions.
The Harvard and Radcliffe houses became co-residential and were operated by the Faculty
of Arts and Sciences (FAS). The President of Radcliffe was made a member of the FAS
and Council of Deans, the Radcliffe Dean's Office was closed and the Radcliffe Administrative
Board merged with Harvard's. Radcliffe administered its own ("retained") programs
including the Career Services, Bunting Institute, Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Seminars,
Alumnae Office and, until 1975, Admissions and Financial Aid Offices. Administration
of the college library, student life, athletics, dance and other extra-curricular
programs and some business operations (payroll, accounting, dining halls, and buildings
and grounds) were transferred to Harvard. All tuition and income from endowment were
transferred to Harvard except for income restricted to the retained programs. These
arrangements were essentially confirmed by the new agreement of 1977.
Following her retirement from Radcliffe, Bunting-Smith served as an adviser to the
president of Princeton for coeducation. She returned to Cambridge to marry Dr. Clement
Smith and after his death in 1988 moved to New Hampshire.
Bunting-Smith was named Woman of the Year in 1960 and received honorary degrees from
Wheaton, Smith, Douglass, Goucher, and Radcliffe Colleges and the Western College
for Women, as well as the University of Wisconsin, Princeton, Yale, Northeastern,
Tufts, and Harvard Universities.
This collection consists of the official correspondence, reports, and memoranda of
the president's office, 1959-1972, and is arranged alphabetically by academic year.
The materials document the innovative programs and restructuring of Radcliffe carried
out by President Bunting. Included are enthusiastic letters in response to the creation
of the Radcliffe Institute from alumnae and members of the general public. Correspondence
with Harvard documents the opening of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and
the Harvard Business School to women (1963), the award of the Harvard degree to women
(1963), and the progress of merger negotiations, 1969-1972. Alumnae reaction to merger,
which was largely negative, is also well documented in letters and memoranda.
Fundraising reports and correspondence follow the progress of the Program for Radcliffe,
the capital campaign 1967-1970, which aimed to raise thirty million and succeeded
in raising ten million dollars. The records of disciplinary committees, including
the Harvard Committee of Fifteen, chart the course of student protest, 1967-1970.
Also included are annual reports of many Radcliffe programs, comparative admissions
statistics for the Seven Colleges, and papers concerning the transformation of student
government from Student Government Association (SGA) to Radcliffe Government Association
(RGA), to Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS).
There are speeches and scientific papers written by Bunting-Smith and correspondence
relating to Bunting-Smith's service on the AEC and the President's Commission on the
Status of Women.
- Box 1: 1-12
- Box 2: 13-26
- Box 3: 27-49
- Box 4: 50-73
- Box 5: 74-93
- Box 6: 94-108
- Box 7: 109-124
- Box 8: 125-131
- Box 9: 132-150
- Box 10: 151-166
- Box 11: 167-184
- Box 12: 185-198
- Box 13: 199-219
- Box 14: 220-236
- Box 15: 237-244
- Box 16: 245-261
- Box 17: 262-281
- Box 18: 282-304
- Box 19: 305-322
- Box 20: 323-333
- Box 21: 334-348
- Box 22: 349-359
- Box 23: 360-368
- Box 24: 369-379
- Box 25: 380-391
- Box 26: 392-404
- Box 27: 405-415
- Box 28: 416-434
- Box 29: 435-457
- Box 30: 458-475
- Box 31: 476-491
- Box 32: 492-505
- Box 33: 506-520
- Box 34: 521-536
- Box 35: 537-553
- Box 36: 554-573
- Box 37: 574-587
- Box 38: 588-596
- Box 39: 597-615
- Box 40: 616-627
- Box 41: 628-647
- Box 42a: 648-663
- Box 42b: 664-679
- Box 43: 680-696
- Box 44: 697-714
- Box 45a: 715-719
- Box 45b: 720-727
- Box 46: 728-742
- Box 47: 743-759
- Box 48: 760-776
- Box 49: 777-793
- Box 50: 794-811
- Box 51: 812-838
- Box 52: 839-854
- Box 53: 855-860
- Box 54: 861-867
- Box 55: Closed folders and closed material removed from folders.
Index of major correspondents and topics. Offices and programs at Radcliffe are filed
under their most recent names.
- Abernathy, Fred and Ann Marie 735, 766
- Abramowicz, Janet 735
- Abramovitz, Max 168, 177, 258, 267, 340, 401, 446, 564
- Acquisitions Committee 268, 341, 401, 447
- Ackerman, James 626
- Adams, Arthur 167
- Adams, Florence 74
- Adams, Muriel Haynes 74
- Adams, Ruth 167
- Administrative Board 1, 75, 169, 269, 325, 342, 448
- Admissions Office 1, 10, 28 62, 76, 82, 170, 185, 270, 333, 343, 360, 401, 450, 506,
556, 565, 619, 621, 681, 737, 795
- Affirmative Action 706, 761, 794
- Afro-American Studies 684
- Agassiz, Elizabeth Cary 64
- Agassiz, George R. 22, 138
- Agassiz House 3, 266, 344, 339, 402, 794, 840
- Agassiz theatre 167
- Albro, Mary 715, 794
- Alcoa gift 401
- Aldrich, Nelson W. 3, 14, 77, 171, 794
- Alice Lloyd College 506
- Altschul, Siri von Reis 445, 680, 735
- Alumnae Association 4, 78, 94, 172, 271, 345, 403, 427, 451, 507, 566, 618, 682, 738,
- Alumnae Council 4, 78, 272, 403
- Alumnae Forum 266
- Alumnae House 339
- American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1, 167, 273, 346
- American Association for the Advancement of Science 339
- American Association of School Administrators 167
- American Association of University Women 71, 79, 127, 173, 274, 401
- American Council on Education 1, 81, 97, 167, 192, 275
- American Institute of Physics 74
- American Women's Association 80
- Ann Radcliffe lecture 1, 174
- Annual Reports 82
- Appian Way 187, 208, 224
- Appointment Bureau 5, 10, 82, 83, 176, 276
- Armstrong, Florence A., Dr. 1
- Art at Radcliffe-see separate list (RG I, series 15 Box 13 #2)
- Ash Street Place 3
- Athletics 489, 493 (See also Physical Education)
- Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) 347-350, 360, 452-53, 616, 735
- Auerbach, Beatrice Fox 401, 563
- Austin, Barbara 749
- Ayers, Martha E. 794
- Baccalaureate 188, 357, 410, 514, 626, 688, 746, 807
- Back to Radcliffe Day 179
- Bailey, Katherine 84
- Babbidge, Homer 158
- Baker, Christina Hopkinson 6
- Baker, George Pierce 277, 299
- Baldwin School in Philadelphia 277
- Ballard, Frederic L. 739
- Bank Street College of Education 180
- Barnard Hall 84
- Barnes property 6
- Barrett, Florence 6
- Barron, Jennie Loitman 178
- Bartholomew, Susan 523
- Baruch, (Bernard M.) Study on the Impact of Higher Education on Women 178
- Basye, Cheryl Renee 739
- Baxter, Richard R. (Mr. and Mrs.) 404, 568, 620
- Baylor University 404
- Beadle, Muriel 178
- Beal, Thaddeus 187
- Beatley, Catherine B. 774
- Beer, Samuel 121
- Beinecke, Walter 199, 220
- Belisle, Ruth Macloon 178
- Benjamin, Roberta 1962, 774
- Bennett, Mary 797
- Bennington College 454
- Berkeley, Joseph L. 739
- Bettelheim, Bruno 426
- Bibring, Grete L. 121, 508, 568, 683, 739, 797
- Bingham, Henry R. 50
- Bingham, Mary Caperton 121, 683, 739
- Bird, Mrs. Clarence 178
- Black Students 381, 419, 568, 617, 621, 664, 684, 701, 703, 740, 798, 836
- Blum, John 121
- Blumen, Jean 797, 830
- Blustein, Bonnie E. 797
- Board of Management 345, 402
- Bohlen, Charles E. 92
- Bok, Derek C. 818
- Bok, Sissela 797
- Bond, Helen 6
- Bonney, Theresa 178
- Boston NOW: 718
- Bowen, William 802
- Boyle, Kay 568
- Brachman, Judith Yenkin 1960, 774
- Bramson, Lee and Elizabeth 454
- Brattle Street, #55 454
- Brattle Street, #76 584
- Brattle Street, #83 85
- Briggs (Isobel L.) Travelling Fellowships 404
- Britton, J. Boyd 404, 715, 794
- Brooke, Edward W. 620
- Brooks, Harvey 830
- Brown, Percy W., Scholarship 6
- Brown University 719, 737
- Bruce, Ailsa Mellon 568, 620, 683, 701
- Bruner, Jerome S. 683, 764
- Buck, Paul 497
- Buckingham House 76, 178
- Budget 7-10, 86, 181, 280, 405, 741, 799, 832
- Buildings and Grounds 9, 508, 800
- Bullitt, Katherine M. 774
- Bullitt, Sarah 599
- Bundy, Mary Lothrop 178, 568
- Bundy, McGeorge 2, 28, 110, 121, 812
- Bunting Institute (formerly Radcliffe Institute for Independent Study) 71, 74, 120-23,
214, 219-20, 232, 260-62, 291, 305-06, 372-23, 422, 471, 477, 534, 593, 596, 648,
709, 732, 761, 768, 773, 789, 830
- Bunting, Mary Ingraham 6, 11-12, 20, 22, 106, 151, 178, 183, 256, 279, 347-48, 351,
360, 415, 452, 469-70, 483, 531, 554, 569, 642, 742, 840
- Bunting, Mary Ingraham, Honorary Degrees and awards 23, 59, 161, 315, 353, 381, 415,
- Bunting, Mary Ingraham, speeches, writings 13, 67, 79, 85, 129, 132, 146, 151, 158,
164, 258-59, 261, 272, 277, 284, 315, 351, 406, 421, 451, 460, 489, 496, 504, 507,
563, 567, 572, 626, 683, 688, 696, 735, 749, 776, 801, 807, 853
- Bunting, Mary Ingraham, teaching 11, 27, 87, 182, 259-60, 278, 352, 406
- Bunting, Mary Ingraham, travel 88, 146, 263, 327
- Bureau of International Research 184
- Burr, Francis H. 739
- Bush, Susan Hilles 404
- Business Office 82, 226
- Buttenweiser, Elizabeth 683
- Cabot Hall 13
- Cabot, Thomas Dudley 185, 510, 623, 743
- Cade, Alex T. 743
- Calderwood, Stan 170
- Caldwell, Ann 830
- Cam, Helen Maud 185
- Camden Educational Foundation 457
- Campbell and Aldrich, Architects 3, 14
- Cannon Award 353
- Cannon Fellowship 685
- Cannon, Cornelia James 407
- Cannon, Walter B. 23, 121
- Capital Fund Campaign 511-12, 528, 530, 570, 625, 686
- Carnegie Corporation 353
- Carnegie Institute of Technology 185
- Carpenter, Liz 510
- Cedar Hill Conference 90, 185, 281, 353, 407, 457, 510, 570
- Chamberlain, Samuel and Narcissa 623
- Chayes, Antonia Handler 13, 90, 240, 323, 457
- Cheek, Jeanette 623
- Chodakowska, Elzbieta 504, 803
- Church Street Garage 13
- Civil Rights 355
- Clark University 186
- Class of 1905 13
- Class of 1951, 1954, 1956 62
- Class of 1959 5
- Class of 1961 97
- Class of 1964 76
- Class of 1971 583
- Claugus, Mary 714
- Clementi piano 268
- Cochran, Jacqueline 13
- Coffin, William Sloan 626
- Colyton, Lady 743
- Comer, Margaret 743
- Commencement 15, 92, 188, 221, 357, 410, 451, 460, 514-15, 572, 626, 688, 746, 807
- Commission on Non-Traditional Study 808
- Committee on Rights and Responsibilities at Harvard 728, 782, 843
- Committee on Status of Women in FAS 743, 761
- Commission on the Education of Women 81, 167, 192
- Commonwealth Fund 685
- Comptroller 358, 411, 461, 573, 627, 689, 747, 809
- Comstock, Ada Louise (See Notes in, Ada Louise Comstock)
- Comstock Hall 13
- Conant, James Bryant 570
- Concord Avenue, #245 624
- Conlon Fellowships 13
- Constable, Giles 369, 591, 803
- Continuing Education 454
- Coolidge, Catherine 743
- Coolidge, Charles Allerton 581
- Coolidge, Charles C. 94, 186
- Coolidge Scholarship Fund 13
- Co-operative Houses 25, 93, 189
- Co-operative Living 1, 189
- Cope Committee Report 507
- Corcoran, Margaret Jeannette, Scholarship 13
- Co-residence 597, 624, 629, 642, 651, 683, 687, 803
- Council 17-18, 94-95, 190-91, 286, 301, 359-60, 412-13, 462-63, 516-17, 568, 574-75,
614, 628-29, 690, 748, 810
- Council for Financial Aid to Education 361, 414, 464
- Council for Small Colleges 13
- Cowen, Ann Ronell 408
- Cox, Archibald 457, 761
- Cox, Gardner 743, 783
- Coyle, Constance 245
- Crary, Catherine S. 91
- Cronkhite Graduate Center 585, 641, 759, 816
- Cronkhite, Bernice Brown 19, 71, 96, 281, 510, 524, 743, 803
- Cummings, Willard W. 13
- Currier, Audrey Bruce 13, 510, 732, 749
- Currier House 13, 599, 610, 620, 630, 683, 749, 764, 773, 780, 789, 827
- Dabney, Oliver, Prize 137
- Dakin, Susanna 192
- Danforth Foundation 691
- Daniels Hall 446, 465, 519
- Daniels, Mabel Wheeler 20, 97, 192, 362, 415, 465, 519, 750
- David, Opal D. 81, 192
- Davies, Margaret 750
- Davison, Archibald 192
- Day Care 691, 761, 780, 810-11
- Dean, Vera Micheles 121
- Deichmann, Elizabeth 192, 465, 518, 576
- Delacorte Foundation 691
- Dell Publishing Co. 691
- Demos, Raphael 92
- Decker, Nancy 259
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 251, 415
- Development 9, 258
- Dinesen, Isak 362
- Dining Halls 82, 577, 632, 638, 693, 697, 811
- Diploma 97, 287
- Doering Trust 691
- Donovan, Frances Cooper-Marshal 415
- Dormitories 37, 224, 258, 520, 633, 694, 751
- Douglass College 20, 97, 576
- DuBois, Cora 287, 362, 415, 576, 631
- Drugs 729
- Duke University 415, 465, 631
- Dunlop, John 819
- East House 334, 383, 396
- Education for Action 451, 469, 522-23, 531, 580, 635, 696, 699, 753, 813
- Educational Research and Development Panel 290
- Educational Services Inc. 365
- Educational Testing Service 365
- Eliot, Abigail Adams 524
- Eliot, Martha May 416, 539
- Elliott, Kathleen 21, 468, 715
- Emerson, Ruth 365
- Endowment Funds 62, 98
- Epps, Archie 820
- Equal Rights Amendment 315
- Esso Education Fund 195, 365, 416, 468
- Evans, Robert H. 21
- Faculty Row 697, 755, 765, 812
- Farlow Herbarium 224
- Farnsworth Report 360
- Fay Trust (Eugene F.) 635
- Fay House 196, 291
- Fay, Maria 268
- Field House 103, 291
- Filippeli, Anthony 22
- Finance Committee 22, 100, 197
- Financial Aid 13, 82, 99, 524, 637, 698, 756, 814
- Food Services 812
- Forbes, Anne Pappenheimer 22
- Forbes Scholarship (Clara) 22
- Ford Foundation 98-99, 153, 196, 291, 469-70, 511-12, 525, 582, 635, 639, 699, 757,
- Ford, Franklin 196, 298, 370, 420, 473, 530, 589, 644
- Founders Award 403, 407, 427, 460, 510, 524, 547, 581, 636, 688, 697, 738, 754
- Founders House 22, 500
- Fox, John 714
- Frank, Lawrence 291
- Frankfurter, Estelle S. 524, 581, 754, 812
- Franklin, John Hope 460
- Freidel, Frank 670
- Freshman Advisers 99, 198, 214, 700
- Freshman parents 758, 778
- Freshman Seminars 11, 29, 87, 278, 352, 405, 456, 509
- Friedan, Betty 470
- Frost, Paul 3
- Gabriel, Robert 200
- Galbraith, John Kenneth 23, 101
- Garden St., #10 23
- Gardiner, Robert H. 3, 22-23, 65, 102, 201, 558
- Gates, Ralph B. 103, 202
- Gemmell, Edgar M. 527, 715
- General Foods 701
- Ghirlandaio's Madonna 293
- Gilbert, Helen Homans '36 94, 101, 360, 367, 401-44, 542, 701, 715, 816, 847
- Gilman, Charlotte Perkins 843
- Ginzburg, Eli 526
- Glover, Katherine S. 701
- Goell, Theresa 367
- Goodenough, Ursula 820
- Goodman, Emily 759
- Gordimer, Nadine 101
- Gordon, Albert 817
- Gordon Travelling Scholarships 104, 145, 199, 294, 367
- Gorelick, Jamie 759, 816
- Goucher College 23, 101
- Gourley, Ronald 759
- Graduate Refectory 24, 101
- Graduate School 191, 203, 258, 295, 368, 645, 762, 823
- Graduate Society 367
- Graduate students 101, 702
- Graham, Katherine Meyer 471
- Graham, Patricia Albjerg 720, 752, 816
- Grant, Jane (H-R Fund for the Study of Woman) 701, 703, 759
- Grasso, Ellen 245
- Grass Fellowships 23
- Grass-Cannon Funds 584
- Gray, Francis C. 22-23, 65
- Greene-Mercier, Marie Zoe 584, 587, 640
- Greenleaf House 24, 101, 584
- Gregory, Judith P. 774
- Gueron, Judith Mitchell 367
- Gurin, Maurice G. 528, 586
- Habein, Margaret 90, 106
- Haight, Shirley 1943, 774
- Hammarskjold, Dag 217, 288, 363, 415, 466, 518
- Hammond, Mason 425
- Hampton Institute 419
- Hanna, Dorothea 529
- Hansl, Eva B. 106, 204
- Harris, Seymour C. 760
- Hartford College 296
- Hartung, Maryel 780
- Harvard Alumni Bulletin 106
- Harvard Archives 277
- Harvard College Observatory 23, 106
- Harvard Club 817
- Harvard Dramatic Club 667
- Harvard Faculty 298, 370, 588-89
- Harvard General Education Committee 299, 371
- Harvard Graduate School of Education 28, 208, 214, 297
- Harvard-Radcliffe Administrative Board 706
- Harvard-Radcliffe Agreement (See Merger)
- Harvard-Radcliffe Day Care Center 817
- Harvard-Radcliffe Merger (See Merger)
- Harvard-Radcliffe Pottery Studio 766
- Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration (HRPBA) 10, 30, 82, 109, 175,
243, 324, 390
- Harvard-Radcliffe relationship 25, 114, 216, 296, 473, 530, 743, 761
- Harvard-Radcliffe World Federalists 217
- Harvard Student Council 25
- Harvard Theatre Collection 277
- Harvard University 110-11, 205-14, 530-531, 590, 643-46, 704-07, 761, 818-24
- Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (See Graduate School)
- Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration 205, 243, 299, 821
- Harvard University Graduate School of Education 28, 208, 214, 297
- Harvard University Preschool 112, 213
- Harvard University-Riot April 9, 1969 (See Student Unrest)
- Harvard University Summer School 115
- Harvard University Extension 116, 209
- Harwood, Louise Perry 774
- Harwood, Margaret 760
- Head Residents 10, 763
- Health, Education and Welfare Department (HEW) 67, 122, 158, 532
- Hellman, Lillian 122, 220, 760
- Helman, Ruth Bocholtz 1943, 774
- Hemenway, Abby Maria 33, 48
- Herrick, Margaret F. 760
- Higonnet, Janet 529
- Hilles Library 187, 258, 267, 369, 474, 504, 532, 584, 640, 695, 825
- Hilles, Susan Morse 25, 117, 204, 369, 419, 472, 587, 695, 703, 760, 817
- Hoar, John 760
- Hobby, Oveta Culp 587
- Hoffman, Stanley 548
- Holburn, Louise 760
- Holman, Anna Eveleth Memorial Fund 685
- Holmes Hall 42, 107, 204
- Hoopes, Isobel 1921, 204
- Horner, Matina S. 817; re: Hosmer Statue 17 Sleeping Faun 310
- Housekeeping 10, 82
- Housen, Mildred 472
- Houses 35, 37, 108, 215, 302, 330, 369, 475, 529, 591, 599, 647, 708, 763-66, 826-29
- Houston Endowment Inc. 703
- Howard, Betty 774
- Howard University 419, 472
- Hubbard, Ruth 820
- Hudson, Thomas 426
- Humphrey, Hubert H. 472
- Hunger Strike 517
- Hunneman, Robert I. 58, 168, 216, 303, 369
- International Business Machines (IBM) 34, 767
- Ingalls, Margaret Rae, Scholarship Fund 178
- Ingraham Farm in Teterbrook 151
- Institute (See Bunting Institute)
- Institute for Historical and Archival Management 9, 34, 124, 218
- Institute for International Education 476
- Institute for Policy Studies 476
- Internship programs 304
- International Management Congress 374
- Jackson Laboratory 478
- Jackson, Lady (Barbara Ward) 68, 122, 125, 220, 307, 533, 594, 649, 769
- Jackson (Roscoe B.) Memorial Library 250
- James, Edward T. 33, 48
- James Foundation 307, 375, 423
- Jewett Scholarship Fund 423
- Johnson, Edith Morse 221, 375
- Johnson Foundation 831
- Johnson, Lyndon B. 360, 469, 478, 483
- Johnson, Robert W. 307, 375, 649
- Jones, Howard Mumford 35
- Jordan, Wilbur Kitchener 1-2, 11, 13, 25, 33-37, 55, 64, 68, 497, 594
- Junior Parents Weekend 125, 307, 375, 423, 478, 769
- Kagan, Jerome 514, 651, 687
- Kahne, Hilda 768
- Kaplan Foundation 376
- Karsh, Yussuf 802
- Keenan, Joan and Edward 765, 770
- Keenan, William R. Jr. Charitable Trust 770
- Keller, Helen 204, 424, 651
- Keller, Phyllis 843
- Kendall Foundation 376, 424, 479, 536, 595, 652, 710, 771, 835
- Kendall Fund 222, 308
- Kennedy, Edward 710
- Kennedy Fellowships 376, 424
- Kennedy, Joseph P. Jr. Foundation 770
- Kenyon, Mildred Adams 535
- Keppel, Frank 208, 297
- Kerby-Miller, Wilma 36, 38, 309, 581, 594, 774
- Kilson, Martin 798
- King, Martin Luther, Scholarship Fund 836
- Kresge Foundation 651
- Kress (Samuel H.) Fellowships 424, 651
- Kubrick, Stanley 425
- Lamb, Maila E. 224
- Lamont Library 425
- Lamont, Thomas Stillwell 224
- Landers, Ann 596
- Landon, Hugh Nick 537
- Landscape architects 538, 596
- Landscape plan 482, 836
- Larsen, Roy 712
- Lasker, Mary Woodard 425
- Lee, Mary 425
- Lemann Lectures 311, 377, 425
- Lemann, Lucy B. 224, 712
- Lehmann, Solene Benjamin 480
- Levine, Paul and Ursula 764
- Levy Foundation 480
- Library 10, 82, 225, 245, 481
- Life Magazine 127
- Lilienthal, David 122, 772
- Lindbergh, Anne Morrow 425
- Littauer Foundation 712
- Little, Arthur D. 680
- Loeb Theatre 27, 32, 127
- Longfellow Hall 127, 187, 208, 214, 224, 257, 310, 727
- Longfellow plaques 297
- Lord, Deane 46, 135, 712, 715
- Louchheim, Kate 653
- Lyman, Susan Storey 524, 836
- MacBride, Katharine Elizabeth 252
- MacCaffrey, Wallace 38
- McCane, Margaret Perea 378
- McCarthy, Mary 482
- McGovern, George 773, 836
- McGuire, Diane Kostial 482, 538
- MacLeish, Archibald 122, 179
- Macy Conference 540
- Macy Fellowships 534
- Macy Foundation 482, 541, 597, 713, 773
- Maguire, Robert 130, 226, 313
- Mallardi, Claire 426
- Marcus, Mary 713
- Marquis, Mary Lee 713
- Marshall, John (Mr. and Mrs.) 38
- Massachusetts Educational Study 379
- Massachusetts General Hospital 40, 131, 229, 314, 378, 426
- Massachusetts Teachers Association 426
- Master of Arts (MAT) degree 370
- Mattfeld, Jacquelyn A. 773
- Mayer Foundation 713
- Meckstroth, Bertha A. 231
- Mellon, Andrew W., Foundation
- Mellon, David 620
- Mellon, Paul 749
- Mendelsohn, Everett 548
- Mendenhall, Thomas 251
- Merck Institute Study 424
- Merger 542, 618, 620, 625, 636, 646, 655-56, 675, 707, 714 733, 739, 743, 760, 775-76,
789, 801, 837
- Merrill, Charles 482, 539, 696, 773, 836
- Meyer, Agnes 220
- Mitchell, Albert K. (Mrs.) 378
- Mitchell, Doris 713, 836
- Monsour, Marilyn 774
- Morgenthau, Alma 396
- Morley, Eileen 821
- Morton, William J. 38
- Motter, Thomas Hubbard Vail 713
- Motz, Annabelle B. 227
- Mower, Sara J. 13
- Mudd, Emily H. 482
- Mugar, Stephen B. 713
- Murray, Josephine L., Travelling Fellowship 773
- Murray, Josephine Rantoul 227, 258, 426
- Murray, Pauli 378, 482
- Musher, Jeremy 227
- Myrick, Charlotte Porter 773
- National Association of Women Deans and Counselors 41
- National Defense Education Act 28, 43, 382, 425
- National Institute of Social Studies 381, 622
- National Institutes of Health 316
- National Merit Scholarship Corporation 233, 317, 381, 427, 484
- National Organization for Women 718
- National Scholarship Service and Fund 315
- National Science Foundation 44, 133, 234, 485, 546, 658, 838
- National Service Foundation 718, 836
- National Vocational Guidance 41
- Neuberger, Maurine 483, 543
- New England Aquarium 777
- New England Board of Higher Education 315
- New England Colleges Fund 45, 134, 235, 319, 381, 487, 659, 718, 839
- New England Club 146
- New York Medical College 381
- New York Times 122, 132, 483, 657
- News Office 46, 135, 488
- Niebuhr, Ursula 777
- Nieman Foundation 718
- Nixon, Richard M. 626, 718
- Nordell, Joan P. 1949, 774
- North House 369, 547, 710, 765, 769-70, 828
- Norton, Barbara 427
- Notable American Women 13, 33, 48, 82, 136, 777, 838
- Notestein, Ada Louise Comstock 3, 49, 232, 315, 427, 598
- Nursing Program at MGH 40, 131, 360, 378
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory 660
- Observatory Hill 224, 629, 643, 718, 840
- Oettinger, Anthony and Marilyn 383
- Oettinger, K. 266
- Off-campus housing 517, 548, 668, 727
- Ogilvie, Lady 220
- Old, Bruce 489
- Olson, Susan 429
- Opening of college 51, 137, 236, 258, 320, 383, 429, 489, 547, 600
- Padykula, Helen A. 384
- Paley Foundation 719
- Pappenheimer, Beatrice Leo, Fund 22
- Parietal rules 299, 302, 330, 385, 420, 435, 675
- Park, Maud Wood 165
- Parker, Gail Thain 843
- Patterson, Alicia 123
- Peabody, Lucetta Upham, Scholarship 52
- Peace Corps 139, 238, 251, 321, 478, 490, 549, 561, 601, 614, 662, 722
- Pension Committee 429
- Peretz, Martin 778
- Permanent Charity Fund 237, 384
- Perry, John H. 384
- Peterson, Chase 776
- Pforzheimer, Carol 547
- Pforzheimer Foundation 660
- Phi Beta Kappa-Iota Chapter 138, 321, 386
- Phillips Brooks House 663
- Physical Education 10, 141, 175 (See also Athletics)
- Piel, Gerald 802
- Pineda, Marianna 384
- Poetry room 396
- Polaroid Corporation 490, 720
- Poses, Jack 720
- Pottery 766, 841
- President's Advisory Committee 142, 239
- President's Commission on the Status of Women 240-41, 322-23, 387
- President's Fund Board 242
- Princess Christina 321, 384
- Princeton University 840
- Proskauer, Alice Naumburg, Fund 59, 845
- Public Peace Conference 518
- Publishing Procedures Course 9, 54, 144, 244, 325, 368, 660, 723, 779, 842
- Puerto Rican Students Federation 840
- Pusey, Nathan Marsh 28, 114, 214, 258, 301, 473, 542, 646, 707
- Putnam House 321, 384
- Putnam Fellowship 237
- Putnam, Marion C. 524, 547
- Quadrangle 77
- Quilts 231
- Quincy House 42, 107, 204
- Rabb, Sidney R., Family Scholarship 664
- Rabb, Irving W. 724
- Radcliffe Career Services 796, 804
- Radcliffe Choral Society 185, 282, 354, 407, 458
- Radcliffe Class of 1959 5
- Radcliffe Clubs 57, 146, 246, 327, 389, 432, 551, 603, 665, 725, 844, 855-860
- Radcliffe College. Admissions Office (See Admissions Office)
- Radcliffe College. Education for Action (See Education for Action)
- Radcliffe College Fund 157, 187, 283, 356, 409, 459, 513, 571, 624, 745, 806
- Radcliffe College. Hilles Library (See Hilles Library)
- Radcliffe College. Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute (See Bunting Institute)
- Radcliffe College. Radcliffe Career Services (See Radcliffe Career Services)
- Radcliffe College-Student government (See Radcliffe Government Association and Radcliffe
Union of Students)
- Radcliffe College-Students (See Student Life)
- Radcliffe Day Care Center 703
- Radcliffe Development Fund 58, 147, 258
- Radcliffe Government Association (RGA) 185, 247, 254, 328, 391-92, 433-44, 492, 552,
- Radcliffe Quarterly 4, 326, 491, 780
- Radcliffe Seminars 9, 148, 389, 550
- Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) 606, 666, 675, 726, 776, 780, 843
- Radcliffe Yard 32, 437
- Rappaport, Ruthann 145
- Raushenbush, Elizabeth 245, 780
- Raushenbush, Esther 81
- Read House 454, 500, 550
- Readers Digest 248
- Recreational Activities 249, 329, 390, 493, 667
- Registrar 10, 326, 494
- Reid, Elizabeth 651
- Reiser, Stanley 817
- Residence 553, 602, 781
- Residence Halls 25, 37, 108, 258, 330, 495, 602
- Reston, James 123, 724, 657, 780
- Reston, Sally 843
- Reunions 272
- Richardson, Elliot L. 602
- Rieder, Florence 550, 762
- Riesman, David 245, 390, 490, 550, 602, 664, 724, 843
- Rioch, Dr. 220
- Roberts, Ragnhild J. 30, 390
- Rockefeller Brothers Fund 664
- Rockfeller, David 491, 724
- Rockefeller Foundation 477, 843
- Rockefeller Institute 724
- Rockefeller, Laurence 123, 220, 724, 780
- Rockefeller, Richard 780
- Room and board 150, 155, 237, 245
- Roosevelt, Eleanor 245
- Roosevelt, Eleanor, Memorial Foundation 326, 390
- Ross, Margaret Alice 145
- Rossi, Alice S. 843
- Rostow, Eugene 123
- Rothschild, Maurine Pupkin 1940, 664
- Rubenstein, Helena 245, 724
- Ruzicka, Rudolf 287
- Sanctuary 729, 783, 845
- Sarah Lawrence College 151
- Saturday Evening Post 163
- Schafly, Phyllis 4
- Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Jr.) 607, 783
- Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Sr.) 497
- Schlesinger, Elizabeth Bancroft 554, 570, 743, 845
- Schlesinger Library 9, 10, 13, 56, 72, 97, 165, 264, 399, 443, 497, 555, 608, 670,
730, 784, 819, 846
- Scholarship Funds 60, 151, 245
- Schroeder, Margaret Forbes 729
- Schumpeter Scholarship Fund 151
- Seager, Mary Vincent 729
- Search Committee 847
- Seronde, Adele 251, 496
- Seven College Admissions 2, 251, 621
- Seven College Conference 61, 153, 252, 333, 394, 436, 498, 556, 609, 621, 671, 785,
- Sexton, Anne 783
- Shaw, Pauline Agassiz, Fund 331
- Shepard House 729
- Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott 481
- Sherman, Mildred P. 154, 253, 258
- Shriver, Eunice Kennedy 220
- Sex Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) 496, 554
- Simmons, Sylvia 836
- Simon, John G. 764
- Singleton, Mary Elizabeth, Scholarship Fund 729
- Sizer, Theodore R. 435
- Skinner, Alice 714, 776
- Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation 607, 729, 783
- Smith, Alice Kimball 715, 768
- Smith College 59, 251, 554
- Smith, Constance 90, 305, 760
- Smith, David K. 715
- Smith, Kendrick 499
- Smith, Margaret Earhart 109, 152, 365
- Solomon, Barbara Miller 1940, 264, 310, 607
- South House 334, 404, 543, 568, 620, 766, 829
- Spellman College 393
- Staff 332, 395
- Stalin, Svetlana Alliluyeva 554
- Statistics 62
- Stearns, Stewart 155
- Stedman fellowships 331
- Stein, Jeannette 714, 789
- Stevens, Nan 714
- Stokes, Olivia Pearl 251
- Stowe, Harriet Beecher 56, 59, 186
- Student life 227, 237, 245, 672
- Student loan program 28
- Student unrest 548, 578, 581, 610, 613, 619, 621, 623-24, 628-29, 650, 661, 672, 676-77,
692, 706, 778, 820
- Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs 657
- Summer secretarial program 9, 845
- Swan, Barbara 783
- Switzer, Mary Elizabeth 140, 435, 581, 607, 636, 729
- Taconic Fund 13, 471, 732
- Tate, Merze 396, 673, 732, 788, 849
- Taussig, Helen Brooks 266, 611
- Teaching Assistants 98
- Tenure 255
- Teplow, Harmand 849
- Tharp, Louise Hall 64
- Thimann, Karen 396
- Thimann, Kenneth and Ann 334, 396
- Think Committee 334, 345
- Thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 334
- Time Magazine 167, 256, 611, 732
- Toronto Exchange Program 396
- Townsend Trust 156
- Travers, Pamela L. 437
- Treasurer 558, 674
- Treat, Priscilla Gough 1919, 774
- Trottenberg, Arthur D. 257, 437
- Trustees 66, 157, 258, 335, 397, 438-39, 501, 559, 612, 675, 733, 789, 850
- Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim 1933, 396, 418, 437, 502, 515, 714, 732, 849
- Tuchman, Lucy 259
- Tymoczko, Maria Fleming 1965, 774
- Ullian, Frieda 559, 715, 738
- Ullian, Hyman 790
- Unions 851
- United States. Atomic Energy Commission (See Atomic Energy Commission)
- United States-Department of Health, Education and Welfare (See Health, Education and
- United States-Department of Labor 67
- United States Steel 260
- University Hall take-over 623
- University Health Services 31, 113, 212, 300, 420
- University of Massachusetts 228
- Untermeyer, Joan Gray, Poetry Prize 336, 398
- Upward Bound 790
- Uris, Harold 561
- Vassar College 68
- Venn, Helen (Doylie) 244, 779
- Vermeule, Emily 774, 792
- Villa Serbelloni 442
- Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) 478
- Vondermuhll, Mrs. George A. 442
- Von Reis, Siri 159
- Voss, Barbara 714-15, 774, 789
- Wacker, Mrs. Warren W. 504
- Wadsworth, Arthur R. Co. 162
- Wald, George 561, 614, 854
- Waldron Grant-in-Aid Fund 69
- Walker Street, #12 338
- Walker Street, #20 854
- Walker Street, #60 792
- Walker Street, #124 262, 338
- Walker, Irene Tinker 399
- Ward, Barbara (See Jackson, Lady)
- Warren, Henry Ellis 854
- Washington Internships in Education Program 443
- Wasserman, Elga Ruth 752
- Watson, Thomas 34
- Weeks Fund in Geology 160
- Wellmet Project 163
- West, Dorothy P. 268
- West, John 338
- Westheimer, Frank Henry 672
- Wheaton, Margaret 714
- White, E. B. 126
- White House Conference on Education 504
- Whitman Hall 69
- Who's Who of American Women 161
- Wilby, Catherine I., Fund 292
- Wiley, Mary Shepard, Grant-in-Aid Fund 71
- Williams, Phyllis 161
- Williston, Catherine 69, 99, 616, 854
- Wingspread Conference 744, 805
- Wolbach, Anna Wellington 338, 399
- Wolff, Robert Lee 399, 714
- Woman's Rights Collection 607
- Women at Harvard 351, 704, 792
- Women in Medicine 482
- Women in Science 554
- Women physicians 315
- Women Strike for Peace 262, 443
- Women's Bureau 129
- Women's City Club 69
- Women's College Board 504
- Women's College Board of Chicago 70, 164, 399
- Wood, Kay 774
- Woodrow Wilson Scholarships 161, 262, 338
- Woolridge Committee on Science and Technology 399
- Woodworth, G. Wallace 561, 636
- Xerox Corporation 793
- Yale University 265, 400, 678
- Yatman, Marion F. 1912, 166
- Yeshiva University 444
- Zemurray-Stone professor 607, 615, 679, 734
- Zemurray, Mrs. Samuel Jr. 444
- Zimmerman, Anita 793
- Zinberg, Dorothy 505, 678, 683, 793
- 1-73:. 1959-1960
- 1. A: Third Ann Radcliffe lecture by Wilbur K. Jordan on Ann Radcliffe; Dr. Florence
A. Armstrong re: co-op living; Jordan elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences;
American Council on Education.
- 2. Administrative Board: Admissions, includes admissions policies; Wilbur K. Jordan and
McGeorge Bundy re: Radcliffe's size; Seven College Admissions; average costs for 1956-1958.
- 3. Aldrich, Nelson W.: Campbell and Aldrich architects of master plan for Radcliffe;
students re: use of Agassiz; Ash Street Place; registration of deeds re: Robert Gardiner's
garden, designed by Paul Frost in 1924, includes letter from Ada Louise (Comstock)
- 4. Alumnae Council: agenda for Council meeting, April 1960; letter re: Phyllis Schafly's
"The Techniques of Communism," reprint in the Radcliffe Quarterly, May 1960; budget for Alumnae Association 1960-1961; Alumnae Association gifts to
- 5. Appointment Bureau; auditing committee; careers etc. of Radcliffe Class 1959.
- 6. B: Council re: Christina Hopkinson Baker; Barnes property re: parking; will of Florence
E. Barrett; Helen Bond, letter from Mary I. Bunting re: trusteeship; Percy W. Brown
- 9. Budget: departmental: Includes Women's Archives, Buildings and Grounds, Development,
Institute for Historical and Archival Management, Publishing Procedures, Summer Secretarial,
- 10. Budget: salaries: job management, Admissions, Appointment Bureau, Business Manager,
Dietician, Graduate Office, Housekeeping, Library, Physical Education, Program in
Business Administration, Head Residents, Registrar, Women's Archives.
- 11. Bunting, Mary Ingraham: with Wilbur K. Jordan re: her appointment as Radcliffe's President;
date of inauguration; Bunting-Smith on her Freshman Seminars; inauguration arrangements,
- 12. Bunting, Mary Ingraham: letters of congratulation
- 13. C: Cabot Hall (heating); Cambridge re: contributions in lieu of taxes on Warner property;
Antonia Chayes on Bunting-Smith's speech to Harvard Law School; Church St. garage
purchase; Class of 1905's gift of cherry tree in honor of Sara J. Mower; thanks to
Jaqueline Cochran for her contributions and papers to Notable American Women and the
Women's Archives; Conlon Fellowships; Coolidge Scholarship Fund; Margaret Jeannette
Corcoran Scholarship; summary of Radcliffe's financial aid for Council for Financial
Aid to Education; Scholars Program announced through Council for Small Colleges; gift
to Radcliffe of $155,000 from the Taconic Fund for Currier House; Willard W. Cummings,
artist for portrait of Wilbur K. Jordan; question of return of Audrey Bruce Currier's
gift to Comstock Hall.
- 14. Campbell and Aldrich: master plan for Radcliffe
See also Aldrich.
- 15. Commencement: Alumnae Reception, Baccalaureate Exercises, general luncheon
- 16. Comstock-Cooperative houses
- 17. Council: dockets for meetings, gifts and salaries
- 18. Council - minutes: Bunting-Smith presided for the first time February 1, 1960
- 19. Cronkhite, Mrs. Leonard W.
- 20. D: Mabel Daniels Fellows; Drezel will; Douglass College and Bunting-Smith; letters
to Ruth Adams re: honors program etc.
- 21. E: includes Kathleen Elliott, Robert H. Evans re: program in science
- 22. F: includes portrait of Bunting-Smith by Anthony Filippelli; Founders House; Finance
Committee reports; F.C. Gray suggests Robert Gardiner take over as Treasurer; establishment
of the Beatrice Leo Pappenheimer Fund by Dr. Anne Pappenheimer Forbes; Clara Forbes
Scholarship; cost of redoing Founders House; gift of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Agassiz
for Founders House.
- 23. Ga-Go: J.K. Galbraith to Helen Gilbert; lease of 10 Garden Street to Harvard Observatory;
terms of Robert Gardiner's appointment; Goucher gives honorary degree to Bunting-Smith
(includes her riding escapade); Grass Fellowships in honor of Dr. Walter B. Cannon;
Wilbur K. Jordan records F.C. Gray's resignation and long service to Radcliffe.
- 24. Gr-Gu: Graduate Refectory costs; Alumnae Association's use of Greenleaf House.
- 25. Ha-Hi: Halls of Residence; Harvard Student Council questionnaire on H/R relations
sent to Bunting-Smith; correspondence re: Coop Houses Wilbur K. Jordan and Bunting-Smith
with Susan Morse Hilles.
- 27. Harvard University: general: Radcliffe gives permission for serpentine wall at Loeb
Theatre; Bunting-Smith's course.
- 28. Harvard University: general: McGeorge Bundy, Nathan Pusey; Pusey's letter and Wilbur
K. Jordan's resonse re: Harvard's rejection of the Student Loan program under the
National Defense Education Act; School of Education.
- 29. Harvard University: Harvard Education Policy: Freshman Seminars
- 30. Harvard University: Harvard Program in Business Administration and Advisory committee:
Ragnhild J. Robert award
- 31. Harvard University: Harvard Health Service: Radcliffe's share in new building
- 32. Harvard University: Harvard-Radcliffe negotiations over building site for Loeb Theatre;
two plans for Radcliffe Yard.
- 33. Hemenway, Abby Maria; Wilbur K. Jordan's article on Abby Maria Hemenway for Notable
American Women; correspondence with Edward James and Newberry Library.
- 34. I: with Thomas Watson re: IBM scholarship; Institute of Historical and Archival Management:
records, schedules, includes Wilbur K. Jordan and his work on keeping the program
- 35. J: Johnson, Gen. R.W. letter on fundamentals of group management; Howard Mumford Jones
on Bunting-Smith's hopes for living arrangements and programs in the dorms; Wilbur
K. Jordan's portrait; verse on his retirement and Trustees' tribute to him.
- 36. K: Wilma Kerby-Miller; Wilbur K. Jordan's 5-year "Hidden Talent Plan."
- 37. L: Fred J. Levy, with Mrs. Locke, Wilbur K. Jordan's effort to help him as a graduate
student; faculty-student relationships; Radcliffe dormitory and Harvard House affiliations.
- 38. M: Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall appointment to the Villa Serbelloni; establishment of
the Wilma Kerby-Miller fund for student-faculty relations; Wilbur K. Jordan's letter
of recommendation for Wallace MacCaffrey; curriculum vitae of William J. Morton, trustee.
- 39. Maintenance Center: where to build or buy such a facility?
- 40. Mass. General Hospital: correspondence re: Everett Hughes' report on nursing program
- 41. Na: National Vocational Guidance; includes National Association of Women Deans and
- 42. N: Daisy Newman, head of Holmes Hall re: affiliation with Quincy House; also use of
Holmes Hall as a music center.
- 43. National Defense Education Act re: the affidavit and oath required by law
- 44. National Science Foundation: Bunting-Smith's possible study of why undergraduate women
do not concentrate in science
- 45. New England College Fund: Radcliffe's share, minutes of New England College Fund meetings
and annual reports
- 46. New Office: annual report from director, Deane Lord
- 47. Nominating Committee: suggestions for Board membership from members of the Board of
- 48. Notable American Women: Wilbur K. Jordan to Edward T. James re: Hemenway piece; advisory
committee to Notable American Women.
- 49. Ada Comstock Notestein to Wilbur K. Jordan on her visit to England; and to Bunting-Smith.
- 50. O: furniture for Oval room, received from Henry R. Bingham
- 52. P: establishment of the Lucetta Upham Peabody Scholarship; personnel practices committee.
- 53. Positions, non-teaching
- 54. Publishing Procedures: report on 1959 session, student reaction
- 55. R: to Dr. Helen Dwight Reid describing Institute; Dean Rush re: Wilbur K. Jordan's
book Philanthropy in England 1480-1660, includes Henry Allen Moe's paper, "The Vision of Piers the Plowman."
- 56. Radcliffe Archives: grant for cataloguing the Beecher-Stowe collection
See also Women's Archives
- 58. Radcliffe Development Fund: Robert I. Hunneman, Radcliffe's lawyer re: annuity, life
income, and tax exempt income agreements and tables, by-laws.
- 59. S: Smith College honorary degree for Bunting-Smith; Ruth Proskauer Smith's gift of
the Alice Naumburg Proskauer graduate fellowship; re: Beecher-Stowe catalogue; Dr.
Lyman M. Stowe of Stanford re: flexibility of schedule for women medical students.
- 60. Scholarships: amounts available 1957-1960
- 61. Seven College Conference: discussion of early admissions and national scholarships
- 62. Statistics: growth of undergraduate and graduate enrollments, 1879-1958; growth of
college net worth, assets and bequests, 1879-1955; survey of classes of 1951, 1954,
- 63. Student Government and report of student life committee
- 64. T: Wilbur K. Jordan to Louise Hall Tharp re: biography of Elizabeth Cary Agassiz
- 65. Treasurer Francis Gray re: the job of Radcliffe's treasurer; Robert Gardiner proposed
as new treasurer.
- 66. Trustees: new trustees and trustees' committee meetings
- 67. U: United States, Health, Education & Welfare questionnaires and reports; Bunting-Smith's
contribution to the anniversary conference of the United States Department of Labor.
- 68. V: Centennial plans for Vassar in 1961; theme to be the emerging values and new directions
of world societies and their implications for education; Lady Jackson to give the
keynote speech; re: Wilbur K. Jordan's portrait.
- 69. W: Waldron Grant-in-Aid Fund; Whitman Hall proposal for affiliation with Adams, Dunster
or Kirkland House; correspondence re Women's City Club having a portrait of Ann Radcliffe;
Catherine D. Williston appointed assistant dean.
- 70. Women's College Board of Chicago
- 71. Women, outstanding; Mary Shepard Wiley Grant-in-Aid Fund; special 25th reunion project
of the Class of 1934; Bernice Cronkhite's suggestions for committee on the Institute
and other names from AAUW Boston branch.
- 72. Women's Archives
See also Radcliffe Archives
- 74-166:. 1960-1961
- 74. A: Muriel Haynes Adams to Bunting-Smith re possible directions for women's education;
summer programs for Agassiz; committee on functions for Agassiz; Judge Florence Adams,
U. S. Circuit Court in Cleveland, writes Bunting-Smith on equal facilities for women;
American Institute of Physics expresses interest in Radcliffe Institute; Auditing
- 75. Administrative Board minutes
- 76. Admissions Committee plans for renovating Buckingham for admissions; discussion of
early admissions re Seven Sisters; one year plan for foreign students; statistics
on the class of 1964.
- 77. Aldrich, Nelson re: building plans and renovation of the Quadrangle
- 78. Alumnae Association: procedures and Alumnae Council members
- 79. American Association of University Women: Bunting-Smith's speeches: "Women's education
for new horizons;" "New frontiers in the education of women;" "Education in our affluent
- 80. American Women's Association: award for eminent achievement and talks; contribution
of $3000 to the Institute.
- 81. American Council on Education: Opal D. David, the commissioner of education for women,
re: the Institute and pamphlets put out by the ACE; Esther Raushenbush to Opal David
on college credit courses for women; minutes of the commission on the education of
- 82. Annual Reports: Admissions; Business Office; Dining Halls; Financial Aid; Harvard-Radcliffe
Program in Business Administration; Health; Housekeeping; Library; Notable American
Women; Recreation; Statistics.
- 84. Ba-Be: tree in memory of Katherine Bailey 1923; re: will of the Barnards and the building
of Barnard Hall; suggestions for bequests.
- 85. Bi-Bu: construction and income of 83 Brattle Street; report of Bunting-Smith's speech
at Browne and Nichols: "Motivation of students."
- 87. Bunting: Bunting-Smith's freshman seminars, students requests and comments
- 88. Bunting: travel and expenses
- 89. Byerly Hall space utilization
- 90. Ca-Cor: Agenda for Cedar Hill; "Radcliffe's contribution to undergraduate education;"
President Eddy of Chatham College re: Constance Smith and Margaret Habein; with Antonia
Chayes on action by women at the legislative level.
- 91. Cos-Cu: Catherine S. Crary re: the difficulties of women's employment
- 92. Commencement: Baccalaureate speaker Raphael Demos; Charles E. Bohlen the commencement
speaker; commencement luncheon.
- 93. Co-op Houses: completion and furnishings
- 94. Council- general: Charles C. Coolidge and Helen H. Gilbert re: changes in the Council;
relationship between the Alumnae Association and the Development Fund.
- 96. Cronkhite, Bernice Brown: dinner in her honor
See also Radcliffe Quarterly.
- 97. D: life annuity agreement with Mabel Daniels; American Council on Education re: Women's
Archives and Institute publications; Class of 1961; changes in the diploma; Bunting-Smith's
statement for an Educational Guidance Center at Douglass College 1959.
- 98. E: list of endowment funds; Nell and Al Eurich of the Ford Foundation Fund re: use
of graduate students as teaching assistants.
- 99. F: Committee on Financial Aid re: loans and repayments, scholarships and student earnings;
Ford Foundation and other foundations; Catherine Williston's paper on freshman advising.
- 100. Finance Committee minutes
- 101. John K. Galbraith re: Helen Gilbert's service to the Board and Council; correspondence
re: gifts to the college; Nadine Gordimer's talk, "The Novel and the Nation, South
Africa;" Goucher College; Graduate Center Coffee House and the operation of the Refectory;
graduate students fellowships; Greenleaf House inventory of furnishings.
- 102. Gardiner, Robert H: Fiduciary Trust Co. re: income plans and annuities; reports on
Radcliffe funds and accounts.
- 103. Gates, Ralph B.: conversion of Field House into art studio
- 104. Gordon travelling scholarships
- 106. Ha: Margaret Habein appointed Director of Admissions; Eva B. Hansl's pilot study on
the patterns in woman power; Harvard Alumni Bulletin re: Bunting-Smith; Radcliffe's
gift to Harvard College Observatory of four Zeiss visual instruments and two Ross
- 107. He-Hu: Holmes Hall-Quincy House affiliation, financial problems.
- 108. Halls of Residence problems re: student luncheons and exchange lunch program with
Harvard; preliminary House plan for Radcliffe and other suggestions.
- 109. Harvard University: Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration: evaluation
of program 1952; Director's report 1953; Margaret Earhart Smith on the program; promotion,
publicity, and ideas for a conference; minutes of the Advisory Committee.
- 110. Harvard University: faculty: McGeorge Bundy's Deans committees; non-resident students;
recommendations for degrees.
- 111. Harvard University: general: appraisal of value of land in Cambridge by L.F. Niles
- 112. Harvard University: Harvard University Pre-School
- 113. Harvard University: Harvard University Health Services agreements for formation of
joint Harvard/Radcliffe health service
- 114. Harvard University: President Pusey re: future relationship of Harvard and Radcliffe;
President Pusey on Radcliffe's house plan; 4% remission of tuition paid from Radcliffe
- 115. Harvard University: Summer School
- 116. Harvard University: University Extension
- 117. Hilles, Mrs. Frederick W.
- 120. Institute for Independent Study: organization and establishment of the Institute,
agendas and minutes, correspondence, news releases and articles
- 121. Institute for Independent Study: correspondence, A-G: Samuel Beer, Grete Bibring,
Mary Bingham, John Blum, McGeorge Bundy, Dr. Cannon, Vera M. Dean; draft by J. Whitney
Bunting, of the General Electric Co. "Business interest in women's higher education."
- 122. Institute for Independent Study: correspondence, H-O: Eric Havelock, Fred Hechinger,
Lilian Hellman, Sperry Hutchinson, Ivy Lee, Lady Jackson, Elaine Tanner Karron on
women's roles, David Lilienthal, Archibald MacLeish, New York Times, Dr. Kathleen
Oettinger, chief of the Children's bureau of HEW.
- 123. Institute for Independent Study: correspondence, P-Z: Alicia Patterson (Newsday);
Catherine Schetter 1961 to David Riesman on career versus marriage; Lawrence Rockefeller,
Eugene Rostow, Katherine Taylor (ex head of the Shady Hill School) and re: Reston's
article "Nothing left at Harvard but Radcliffe."
- 124. Institute of Historical and Archival Management annual report from Lester Capon; discussion
of the future of the course.
- 125. J: Lady Jackson; plans for Junior Parents weekend.
- 126. K: George Kellogg with enclosure to E.B. White; Mrs. E.D. Kennedy on re-entry of women
into work force.
- 127. L: Life Magazine re: remarks at AAUW forum; Mrs. Kakie Livanos on Radcliffe's potential
as an innovator; opening of the Loeb Drama Center; sale of Longfellow Hall.
- 128. Long range planning: library in quadrangle and a house plan for Radcliffe
- 129. M: Elizabeth Stone MacDonald 1904 on her career and her approval of Bunting-Smith's
plans; excerpts from Bunting-Smith's talk to the Massachusetts Association of Deans
of Women "How far ahead should they plan?" Mrs. Eugene Meyer; Amy Hewes of Mount Holyoke
to Esther Peterson, director of the Women's Bureau.
- 131. Massachusetts General Hospital: the future of the Radcliffe-Massachusetts General
Hospital (MGH) Nursing Program
- 132. N: Bunting-Smith's speech at National Vocational Guidance Association; article for
the New York Times and discussion prior to publication.
- 133. National Science Foundation: notices of meetings, summer institute at Brandeis
- 134. New England Colleges Fund
- 135. News Office: Deane Lord's annual report
- 136. Notable American Women questions re: funding
- 137. O: Oliver Dabney Prize; opening of college; operation committee; administrative officers
of Radcliffe and list of the Radcliffe College committees.
- 138. P: to parents including freshman parents; parking facilities; Phi Beta Kappa; with
Mrs. Gordon Prince on the death of her aunt Mrs. George R. Agassiz listing all the
Agassiz's gifts to Radcliffe; honorary Doctor of Laws at Princeton; public relations
- 139. Peace Corps appointment as Vice-Chairman of the National Advisory Committee to the
Peace Corps; with Thomas Mendenhall re: Seven Sisters reaction to and involvement
in the Peace Corps.
- 140. Personnel committee: review of salaries and retirement funds; with Mary Switzer.
- 141. Physical Education: past history and present problems of Radcliffe Athletics; information
on Harvard Athletics.
- 142. President's advisory committee on policy members and minutes; plans for President's
discretionary fund; room charges, scholarships, work plans, physical education requirements,
chaperones, senior sisters, vocational planning, house plan.
- 143. President's fund board; announcements and minutes of meetings; projects approved and
- 144. Publishing Procedures Course: course outlines and publicity pamphlets
- 145. R: Margaret Alice Ross' memorial; rank lists; research fellows; Ruthann Rappaport
awarded the Gordon travelling fellowship.
- 146. Radcliffe Clubs minutes of meeting of New England club presidents; Bunting-Smith's
trips to Baltimore, Philadelphia, Chicago, and other cities.
- 147. Radcliffe Development Fund: minutes of the executive committee; reports by Mildred
Sherman of visits to possible donors; list of donors.
- 148. Radcliffe Seminars: report to Radcliffe council, financial statements
- 149. Radcliffe representation at presidential inaugurations, etc.
- 150. Rooms charges and costs etc. includes 1959
- 151. Sa-Sh: Sarah Lawrence College re: further education of women; Dr. John L. Schimil
re: Ingraham farm in Teterbrook; scholarship funds available 1960-1962; review of
Schumpeter scholarship fund; re: seminars for students not taking tutorials; Bunting-Smith's
speech to Service Bureau of Hartford.
- 152. Sm-Sy: resolution on the death of Margaret Earhart Smith
- 153. Seven College Conference: general; early admissions proposal for the Ford Foundation;
Seven College Scholarship program.
- 154. Sherman, Mildred P.: prospective donors
- 155. Stearns, Stewart: summary of expenses and income; union problems; flat rate for student
rooms; zoning for Farwell Place and Brattle Street; report on dormitory facilities;
resignation of Stewart Stearns; conversion of three rooms at Agassiz for study purposes.
- 156. T: addition to Townsend Trust for scholarships; tuition raised.
- 157. Trustees committees: minutes, interim report, agendas, change in statutes, ten year
plan merged with Radcliffe College Fund
- 158. U: union demands; Homer Babbidge of United States Department of Health, Education
& Welfare re: better teaching in elementary schools; Bunting-Smith speech to United
States House of Representatives' committee on education; speech to the University
Women's Forum "Women's education for new horizons."
- 159. V: Siri von Reis re: women's education
- 160. Wa-We: Walker Street properties and other investments; correspondence re: Weeks Fund
- 161. Wh-Wo: Who's Who of American Women designates Bunting-Smith as woman of 1960 in education;
Phyllis Williams, trustee, cites fund possibilities in Philadelphia, Wilmington and
Longwood area; honorary degree from University of Wisconsin; Woodrow Wilson scholarships.
- 162. Wadsworth, Arthur R. Co. (decorators)
- 163. Wellmet project includes article from Saturday Evening Post
- 164. Women's College Board of Chicago: Bunting-Smith's speech, "New Campus Attitudes;"
Women's College Board's plans for 1960-1961.
- 165. Women's Archives; reception for Maud Wood Park and her suffrage colleagues; advisory
committee minutes and annual report.
- 166. X.Y.Z: Marion F. Yatman 1912, former National Republican Committeewoman, memorial
scholarship fund; meeting of Young Presidents.
- 167-265:. 1961-1962
- 167. A: Arthur Adams re: Time Magazine article on Bunting-Smith; Ruth Adams, dean of Douglass
College re: relationship of Harvard and Radcliffe; Agassiz theatre project; American
Academy of Arts and Sciences, Committee on educational activities; American Association
of School Administrators; American Council on Education and its gift to Women's Archives
of file on the Commission on the Education of Women; Mrs. L. Andrus re: proposed Alumnae
College on "pathways to peace;" Atkins will.
- 168. Abramovitz, Max: appointed Radcliffe architect
See also #177.
- 169. Administrative Board: members and minutes
- 170. Admissions: rating and analysis of class of 1966; Stan Calderwood, trustee, re: non-admits
and financial aid letters; politcy committee on admissions and financial aid.
- 172. Alumnae Association: organization and composition of the Board; future activity; fund
- 173. Association of American University Women
- 174. Ann Radcliffe lecture
- 175. Annual reports: sports; Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration; new
style of annual report.
- 176. Appointment Bureau: Racliffe student summer jobs; Radcliffe Alumnae directory questionnaire.
- 177. Architect: committee to select; new building
See also #168.
- 178. B: Barron, Judge Jennie Loitman re: Bunting-Smith's appointment to the President's
Commission on the Status of Women; Baruch study on the impact of higher education
on women; Muriel Beadle; Ruth (Macloon) Belisle re: proposal for a peace studies program
at Radcliffe; Margaret Rae Ingalls scholarship fund from the Berkeley Street School
Association; Mrs. Clarence Bird 1923 with remembrances of life at Radcliffe; Board
report on the meal situation at the off-campus houses; Dr. Therese Bonney AM 1918
artist, photographer, writer; Buckingham House redecorated; Mary (Lothrop) Bundy.
- 179. Back to Radcliffe day: Archibald MacLeish et al.
- 180. Bank Street College of Education
- 182. Bunting, Mary I.: freshman seminars
- 183. Bunting, Mary I.: travel expenses and personal finances
- 184. Bureau of International Research: royalty statements (1960-1962) and transfer of royalties
to the Harvard Center for International Affairs
- 185. Ca-Ch: Thomas Cabot re: Radcliffe affairs, graduate school, Radcliffe Government Association
and admissions; Helen Cam; Carnegie Institute of Technology; Cedar Hill agenda; Charlestown
Savings Bank; Choral Society re: plans for future and possible solicitation of alumnae.
- 186. Ci-Cr: Clark University; Charles Coolidge on Radcliffe matters; complaint of Cooper
re: restrictions on access to the Stowe papers.
- 187. College Fund records of gifts; Thaddeus Beal re: end of the ten year plan and the
start of funds for library-study center and new house; sale of Longfellow Hall and
the Appian Way property.
- 188. Commencement: Baccalaureate, Commencement exercises, luncheon
- 189. Cooperative Houses opening celebration, final summary of costs
- 190. Council-general: agendas and reports, capital funds
- 191. Council-minutes: discussion of Harvard-Radcliffe relations, merger of Radcliffe Graduate
School and the granting of Harvard degrees to Radcliffe students
- 192. D: Susanna Dakin; Mabel Daniels; Opal David re demise of the American Council on Education's
Commission on the Education of Women; Mrs. Archibald Davison re: traveling fellowship
in music in memory of her husband; reorganization of Radcliffe's deans; Elizabeth
Deichmann gives her mother's watercolors to Radcliffe.
- 194. Dormitory conference, includes position papers and comments from participants re:
House plan for Radcliffe
- 195. E: Esso, student aids in administrative offices
- 196. F: Ford Foundation; Franklin Ford re: Radcliffe; remodeling of Fay House; Federal
- 197. Finance Committee: investments and minutes
- 198. Freshmen Advisers: Radcliffe takes on, and pays, advisers appointed by Harvard
- 199. G: Gordon Traveling Fellowship announcement, Walter Beineke
- 200. Gabriel, Robert: appointed director of the Radcliffe College Fund
- 201. Gardiner, Robert H.: appraisal and analysis of Radcliffe's funds etc.
- 202. Gates, Ralph: arrangements for the transfer of Longfellow hall to Harvard
- 203. Graduate School: merger of Radcliffe Graduate School and HGSAS; negotiations between
Harvard and Radcliffe re: merger and awarding of Harvard degrees to graduates and
- 204. H: Eva B. Hansl's "A report on 15 respondents to the pilot study in patterns in womanpower;"
Susan Morse Hilles' election to the Board of Trustees; Holmes Hall-Quincy House affiliation;
gift from Isobel Hoopes 1921 of sprinkler system for the Keller garden.
- 205. Harvard University: Business School
- 206. Harvard University: committees: educational policy et al.
- 207. Harvard University: committees: size of college-reports
- 208. Harvard University: School of Education: annual report by Dean Keppel and future use
by the school of Longfellow Hall and Appian Way
- 209. Harvard University: Extension: credit for students who take courses at the Radcliffe
- 210. Harvard University: faculty: Harvard degrees to all Radcliffe students
- 211. Harvard University: general: decrease in Radcliffe concentrators in Economics; advanced
standing after fourth year, MA degree in the Graduate School of Education.
- 212. Harvard University: Health Services: new joint Harvard-Radcliffe University Health
- 213. Harvard University: Preschool: question of undergraduate participation
- 214. Harvard University: President Pusey with Bunting-Smith on Longfellow Hall; House Masters;
freshman advising; Institute scholars; Corporation appointments of Institute fellows
and scholars; announcement of sale of Longfellow Hall to the School of Education.
- 215. Houses: shift to a house plan for Radcliffe; press releases; memos and information
from new house masters; dining hall problems.
- 216. Hunneman, Robert I. re: Radcliffe's relationship with Harvard Graduate School and
the College; joint degrees but no merger; conference to explore Harvard-Radcliffe
relationship with Bunting-Smith, Hunneman, Wilma Kirby-Miller, Oscar M. Shaw, and
Harvard Deans Elder and Phelps.
- 217. Harvard-Radcliffe World Federalists re: Dag Hammaskjold Memorial Lecture
- 218. I: Institute of Archival Management
- 219. Institute for Independent Study: general information re: foundations
- 220. Institute for Independent Study, correspondence: with Lady Jackson, Lillian Hellman,
Agnes Meyer, Lady Mary Ogilvie, Dr. Rioch, Lawrence Rockefeller, Eunice Kennedy Shriver,
Sperry and Hutchinson (Mr. Beinecke).
- 221. J: Stephen Jenks re: graduate school merger and the joint commencement; Faith Peterkin
re: Edith Johnson (oldest Radcliffe alumna).
- 222. K: includes Kendall Fund
- 224. L: Dr. Maila E. Lamb re: Farlow Herbarium; Thomas Lamont re: Radcliffe dormitories;
Lucy B. Lemann; life annuity agreement; copy of agreement between Harvard and Radcliffe
re: Longfellow Hall, the property on Appian Way, and the possible use by Radcliffe
of the land on Observatory Hill, etc.
- 226. Ma-Mc: Robert Maguire and Business office
- 227. Me-Mu: Dr. Annabelle B. Motz re: needs of women who wish intellectual activities outside
their homes; minute on Josephine Rantoul Murray, trustee and council member; Jeremy
Musher of Kirkland House re: life at Radcliffe as compared to Harvard.
- 228. Massachusetts, University of: Commission on the budgetary powers of trustees, with
- 229. Massachusetts General Hospital: discussions and meetings on the joint nursing project
- 230. Measuring achievement at the college level: proposals and minutes
- 231. Meckstroth, Bertha A.: will, estate including correspondence and descriptive list
of 89 quilts
- 232. N: Ada Notestein re: Institute
- 233. National Merit Scholarship Corporation, includes John M. Stalmaker
- 234. National Science Foundation; agendas and minutes of the divisional committee for scientific
personnel, and education.
- 235. New England Colleges Fund: minutes and meetings
- 236. O: includes opening of college 1961, 1962
- 237. P: Putnam fellowship; letters to parents re: increase in room and board; Pension committee
report March; Permanent Charity Fund.
- 239. President's Advisory Committee: members and minutes
- 240. President's Commission on the Status of Women: subcommittee on education; with Antonia
Chayes re: membership and other correspondence
- 241. President's Commission on the Status of Women: meetings and procedures
- 242. Presidents' Fund Board: operation and expenditures
- 243. Program in Business Administration: its future; minutes of Advisory Committee; announcement
of women's admission to the Harvard Business School programs.
- 244. Publishing Procedures Course: report and correspondence of Doylie Venn
- 245. R: Elizabeth Raushenbush re: Library/Study Center; David Riesman re: increase in rates
for room and board; invitation from Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt for Bunting-Smith to appear
on TV "Prospects of Mankind"; Scholarships from Helena Rubenstein; includes various
Radcliffe committees: discussion among recent graduates about continuing education;
Ellen Grass re: Constance Coyle.
- 247. Radcliffe Government Association re: social rules, honor system and changes in constitution
See also #254.
- 248. Readers Digest re: "One woman, two lives"
- 249. Recreational activities: reports of departments of Sports, Dance, Recreation
- 250. Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory: minutes
- 251. S: Adele Seronde re: domestic peace corps; Smith College, with President Mendenhall
re: increased enrollment of blacks at the Seven Sister Colleges; staff-general; Olivia
Pearl Stokes re: American culture pace seminar at Harvard-Radcliffe.
- 252. Seven College Conference-general: loans, admissions data, correspondence with President
- 253. Mildred Sherman: the Mildred Sherman award, memorial minute, profile of class of 1964,
her notes on fund raising in New York City
- 254. Student Government Association, Board of Hall Presidents re: parietal rules; minutes
See also #247.
- 255. T: tenure, Bunting-Smith on nepotism
- 256. Time Magazine: letters of comment and congratulations re: article about Bunting-Smith
- 257. Trottenberg, Arthur D., papers re: sale of Longfellow and other transactions
- 258. Trustees: agendas and minutes; with Helen Gilbert, chairman of the Board of Trustees;
re: Edith Sherman's and Josephine Murray's deaths; Abramovitz, architect for Library-Study
Center; Harvard-Radcliffe Graduate School merger and papers on admission and financial
aid; trustees' committees; committees on library, public relations, and undergraduate
life; President Pusey on the Radcliffe house plan; Development Fund; Bunting-Smith's
speech for the opening of college.
- 259. Tuchman, Lucy, and Nancy Decker: report to Admissions, Alumnae Association, and Bunting-Smith
re: study of the relationship between extracurricular activities among high school
girls and their motivation and choice of college.
- 260. U: United States Steel; proposal for support of Bunting-Smith's science seminar; United
States government departments.
- 261. V: includes Bunting-Smith's address at Vassar College Centennial
- 262. W: 124 Walker Street; Bunting-Smith's Western College speech; Women strike for peace;
Woodrow Wilson Foundation.
- 264. Women's Archives: report by Barbara Solomon, agenda and meeting of the Advisory Committee
- 265. X,Y,Z: Yale, Hadley Hall (graduate residence)
- 266-338:. 1962-1963
- 266. A: rules for hanging portraits and use of Agassiz House; Alumnae Forum, with comments
from Dr. Helen Taussig, Mrs. Goldberg, and K. Oettinger, chief of the Children's Bureau
- 267. Abramovitz, Max, architect Library-Study Center and House
- 268. Acquisitions Committee re: Clementi piano, property of Maria Fay of Fay House; gift
received from Mrs. Dorothy P. West.
- 269. Administrative Board minutes
- 270. Admissions statistics and procedures
- 272. Alumnae Council history and minutes; Alumnae reunion weekend includes speech by Bunting-Smith.
- 273. American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- 274. American Association of University Women
- 275. American Council on Education
- 276. Appointment Bureau "Part Time Opportunities" seminar
- 277. B: George Pierce Baker and transfer of his papers and photographs from the Radcliffe
Library to the Harvard Archives or Harvard's Theatre collection; Bunting-Smith speaks
at Baldwin School in Philadelphia.
- 278. Bunting Freshman Seminar: correspondence with the Biology Department etc., lists of
- 279. Bunting, Mary I.: personal affairs
- 281. Cedar Hill survey of class of 1963; bas-relief of Bernice Brown Cronkhite; dedication
- 282. Choral Society's proposed American tour
- 284. Commencement: Baccalaureate, Commencement Exercises, luncheon
- 285. Council: financial and staff
- 287. D: Design of new Harvard AB diploma for Radcliffe, commissioned by Rudolf Ruzicka;
drugs at Radcliffe (closed); Cora DuBois' sabbatical.
- 288. Dag Hammarskjold committee and plans for memorial lecture
- 290. E: Educational Research and Development panel, sub-committee of the Office of Science
and Technology of the White House
- 291. F: Faculty aides; Fay House renovations; Field House operations; Ford Foundation re:
Institute; Lawrence Frank's study of women's life cycle.
- 292. Financial Aid: tuition remission for daughters of employees; reallocation of Caroline
I. Wilby Fund.
- 293. G: General Electric's gift to Radcliffe Library of Some classic contributions to professional management; Ghirlandaio's Madonna at Radcliffe.
- 295. Graduate School: use of Radcliffe fellowship funds by women graduate students at Harvard
- 296. H: Hartford College; Bunting-Smith comments on Harvard-Radcliffe relationship for
- 297. Harvard University: Graduate School of Education: Frank Keppel and Bunting-Smith re:
Longfellow plaques; registration of women in Master of Arts in Teaching program.
- 298. Harvard University: faculty: Franklin Ford re: degrees and other matters
- 299. Harvard University: general: enrollment; Business School; parietal rules; death of
George Pierce Baker; Marion S. Fay's "Women in Medicine;" exemption from tuition for
Radcliffe employees; computation of Radcliffe payment to Harvard; clarification re:
Harvard scholarships to Radcliffe graduate students; Mrs. Arlan R. Coolidge and Bunting-Smith's
comments re: Harvard's General Education committee.
- 300. Harvard University: Health Services
- 301. Harvard University: President Pusey re: Radcliffe Council's statement on Radcliffe's
- 302. Houses: East House directory; Trustees assignments; general House news: events, problems,
report on sex education books, suggestions for House Masters; parietal rules.
- 303. Hunneman, Robert I.: use of Radcliffe funds for women enrolled in the Graduate School
of Arts and Sciences
- 304. I: Informal report on intern programs and questions of Radcliffe's program for the
- 305. Institute for Independent Study: minutes, executive committee, scholars, press releases,
Constance Smith's comments
- 306. Institute for Independent Study: correspondence
- 307. J-K: Lady Jackson (Barbara Ward) re: her stay at Radcliffe on a Carnegie grant; application
to the James Foundation; Robert W. Johnson of Johnson and Johnson re: women in economics
and economics at Harvard; Junior Parents weekend.
- 310. L: Longfellow Hall includes Mrs. Hanna re: Radcliffe plaques in Longfellow Hall; Mrs.
Shortall re: Harriet Hosmer's "Sleeping Faun"; Barbara Solomon re: furniture in the
Women's Rights Room; portraits in Ralph Gates' office; inventory of items in Longfellow
- 312. M: Mrs Albert K. Mitchell's gift of "etching with watercolor" by Marc Chagall
- 313. Maguire, Robert, re: increase in room charges
- 314. Massachusetts General Hospital: possible move of nursing program to Northeastern University
- 315. N: Ada Comstock Notestein; National Institute of Social Sciences' medal to Bunting-Smith;
response to National Scholarship Service and Fund for negro students; Bunting-Smith
and Equal Rights Amendment; Nelson memorial fund; projected enrollments for the New
England Board of Higher Education; new concept of graduate training for women physicians.
- 316. National Institutes of Health correspondence re: grant to study employment of mature
women in the health fields
- 317. National Merit Scholarships: agendas and minutes
- 318. New buildings: new residence and library
- 319. New England Colleges' Fund minutes
- 320. O: Opening of College; Radcliffe students awarded Harvard degrees; "I should like
to talk to you about Radcliffe College, the college for women at Harvard University;"
Radcliffe employees and women at Harvard and Radcliffe.
- 321. P: Letter to freshman parents; Peace Corps; Phi Beta Kappa, Iota Chapter; Phiney bequest;
Princess Christina; uses of Putnam House.
- 322. President's Commission on the Status of Women: correspondence, reports
- 323. President's Commission on the Status of Women-Education Committee: correspondence,
reports with Antonia Chayes etc.
- 324. Program in Business Administration correspondence re: the Harvard Business School's
acceptance of women; Radcliffe's decision to abandon the Harvard-Radcliffe Program
in Business Administration.
- 325. Publishing Procedures Course
- 326. R: Radcliffe Administrative Board; Radcliffe Quarterly; rank list; Registrar; Eleanor
Roosevelt Memorial Foundation.
- 327. Radcliffe Clubs: trips
- 328. Radcliffe Government Association: agendas, by-laws, finances, minutes
- 329. Recreational activities
- 330. Residences: affiliates, parietals, salaries, etc.
- 331. S: Pauline Agassiz Shaw Fund; will of Mary P. Sears re: Shelley Memorial award; Polla
Rawson Spaulding gift; Edith Gratia Stedman fellowships.
- 333. Seven College Conference: vocational workshops, minutes, comparative admissions statistics
for class of 1965
- 334. T: Kenneth and Ann Thimann, co-masters of East House; Think Committee; Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Thorne, co-masters of South House.
- 336. U: Joan Gray Untermeyer Poetry prize
- 337. United States Government Depts.
- 338. V-Z: commencement address at University of Vermont; purchase of 12 Walker Street;
John West's gifts; naming of 124 Walker Street for Anna Wellington Wolbach; Woodrow
Wilson funds for Radcliffe women graduate students.
- 339-400:. 1963-1964
- 339. A: Alumnae House inventory, American Association for the Advancement of Science
- 341. Acquisitions Committee
- 342. Administrative Board
- 343. Admissions: statistics, class of 1968
- 344. Agassiz: use and future plans
- 345. Alumnae Association: club colloquia, Board of Management, Steering Committee, Think
Committee, Cope Committee
- 346. American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- 347-348. Letters of congratulation on Bunting-Smith's appointment to AEC
- 349. Atomic Energy Commission: correspondence with AEC, resignation letter, visit to "Savannah"
- 350. Requirements for joining AEC; leave from Radcliffe.
- 351. B: Bunting-Smith's "Women at Harvard" in Boston Globe
- 352. Bunting-Smith's Freshman Seminars
- 353. C: Cannon award to Bunting-Smith; Carnegie Corporation's "Catalyst in Education";
Cedar Hill conference; resignations from Charlestown Savings Bank, Citizen's Advisory
Committee on the Status of Women and Citizen's Advisory Committee for Outdoor Recreation.
- 354. Choral Society: Joint Choral/Glee Club North American Tour; RCS alumnae news and minutes.
- 355. Civil Rights: National Women's Committee on Civil Rights, etc.
- 356. College Fund: minutes and reports
- 357. Commencement: Baccalaureate, Commencement exercises, luncheon
- 359. Council: agendas and financial reports
- 360. Council: minutes; end of Coordinated Program of Radcliffe College with MGH School
of Nursing; admissions; Farnsworth report; call from President Johnson re: AEC; H.
H. Gilbert appointed acting President.
- 361. Council for Financial Aid to Education
- 362. D: Mabel Daniels; Bunting-Smith and Harriet Gibney re: the recording of Isak Dinesen
made while she was here in 1959; Cora DuBois leave of absence 1964-1965.
- 363. Dag Hammarskjold memorial lecture
- 364. DuPont: fellowship for a graduate woman
- 365. E: Margaret Earhart Smith; Educational Services Inc.; Educational Testing Service;
Ruth Emerson; ESSO Education Foundation grants.
- 367. G: Helen Homans Gilbert speech to seniors; Theresa Goell 1923; Gordon Foundation awards;
Graduate Society; Judith Mitchell Gueron.
- 369. H: Susan Morse Hilles gift for library; houses: rules, and Giles Constable on long
range plans for North House; R. I. Hunneman on fund raising.
- 370. Harvard: includes Educational Policy Committee re: MAT degree etc.; Faculty; Dean
- 371. Harvard: General Education Committee re: reducing requirements
- 372. Institute: Corporation and Council appointments; selection; Executive Committee; Seminars.
- 373. Institute: news releases, finance reports, general correspondence, history
- 374. International Management Congress: Bunting-Smith's speech
- 375. J: Lady Jackson (Barbara Ward); James Foundation grant; Edith Morse Johnson; Robert
Johnson of Johnson and Johnson on women in business; Junior Parents weekend.
- 376. K: Kaplan Foundation, Kendall Foundation awards, Kennedy fellowships
- 377. L: includes Lemann Lectures, discussion of program and committees, etc.
- 378. M: termination of Massachusetts General Hospital's program in Nursing; Margaret Perea
McCane re: study of black graduates of Radcliffe; Mrs. Albert K. Mitchells's grant-in-aid
to Graduate Students; Pauli Murray re: her article in the Radcliffe Quarterly, etc.
- 379. Massachusetts Educational Study
- 381. N: National Institute of Social Studies gold medal awarded to Bunting-Smith; remarks
at National Jewish Welfare Board published in Boston Traveler; National Merit Scholarships;
black students at Radcliffe; new building; New England Colleges Fund; New York Medical
College, "Psychiatric Residency Training Program for Physician mothers;" News Office.
- 382. National Defense Education Act: graduate fellowships: appropriation hearings, background
information, advisory committee, etc.
- 383. O: Anthony and Marilyn Oettinger, co-masters of East House; exceptions from FAS degree
requirements for Mrs. David Ogilivy; opening of college, enrollment, employees.
- 384. P: Helen A. Padykula re: her career as scientist; letter to freshmen parents; Permanent
Charity Fund gift; John H. Perry's gift to the library; speech to Postgraduate Study
Committee of New York; Personnel Club; Marianna Pineda's sculpture; Princess Christina;
- 385. Parietals: letters from alumae and parents about laxity in college rules, includes
- 386. Phi Beta Kappa, 50th anniversary celebration
- 387. President's Commission on the Status of Women: misc. correspondence
- 388. Publishing Procedures Course student critiques
- 389. Ra: Radcliffe clubs, Radcliffe Seminars
- 390. Re-Ro: report on recreational activities by Mary Paget; David Riesman; Ragnhild J.
Roberts re: Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration (HRPBA) history;
Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation.
- 391. Radcliffe Government Association: newsletters, minutes
- 392. Radcliffe Government Association: Rules Committee reports on effect of rule changes
- 393. S: Radcliffe and Spelman College exchange
- 394. Seven College Conference: correspondence, reports, minutes, comparative statistics
for Class of 1967
- 395. Staff: lists, meetings
- 396. T: with Merze Tate; Karen Thimann and admissions; Kenneth V. Thimann re: resignation
from East House; Toronto Exchange Program; Barbara Tuchman re: Poetry Room to be named
for her mother, Alma Morgenthau.
- 397. Trustees: agendas, minutes, letter re: AEC appointment
- 398. U: with United States Government Departments, Untermeyer Poetry Prize
- 399. W: with Irene Tinker Walker and Charmarie J. Webb re: graduate study for Anna Wolbach;
Robert Lee Wolff; Women's College Board of Chicago; women: includes Nancy Hendrie's
letter on medical work; Women's Archives; resignation from Woolridge Committee on
Science and Technology.
- 400. Y: Yale, Junior Science and Humanities Symposium; Young Presidents Organization.
- 401-444:. 1964-1965, Helen Homans Gilbert, Acting President
- 401. A: Max Abramovitz; Acquisitions Committee; letters on admissions policies; Alcoa gift
re: financial aid at Radcliffe; AAUW report on research needs of women; Beatrice Fox
- 402. Agassiz House renovations
- 403. Alumnae Association: Founders Award, Alumnae Council, annual giving, Board of Management
- 404. B: Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Baxter, Acting co-masters of South House; Bunting-Smith
to Baylor University; Mary P. Follett 1998 bequest for the "Isobel L. Briggs Travelling
Fellowships" and "American Isobel L. Briggs Fellowship"; J. Boyd Britton; Susan Hilles
- 406. Bunting, Mary I.: speech to Atomic Industrial Forum, Bunting Freshman Seminars
- 407. Ca-Co: Cornelia James Cannon re: Founders Award; with Stephanie Krebs re: Cedar Hill
Conference; Choral Society North American Tour.
- 408. Coo-Cox: Council of National Organizations; Ann Ronell Cowen, including photograph.
- 409. College Fund: minutes, discussion, analysis and plan for Radcliffe
- 410. Commencement: Baccalaureate, Commencement exercises, lunch, notes for HHG's speech
- 412. Council: general, agendas and financial reports
- 414. Council for Financial Aid to Education, minutes
- 415. D: Dag Hammarskjold memorial lecture; Mabel Daniels; Delta Sigma Theta award to Bunting-Smith;
Frances Cooper-Marshal Donovan, Trustee; Isabelle Dry's salary; leave for Professor
Cora DuBois; Bunting-Smith and Duke Women's College; DuPont fellowships in chemistry.
- 416. E: Dr. Martha M. Eliot, Esso Education Fund
- 418. G: Guns of August preview benefit for Radcliffe scholarships
- 419. H: with Hampton Institute re: increasing admissions of black students; Susan Morse
Hilles; Edith Holway re: student behavior; Howard University's future goals and centennial.
- 420. Harvard: with faculty; Dean Franklin Ford gift from Harvard to Radcliffe; enrollment
figures; Committee to visit Harvard and Radcliffe re: parietal regulations; re: lease
sale property to Harvard; report of Visiting Committee to the University Health Services
- 421. I: French translations of the paper Bunting-Smith gave at the International Management
- 422. Institute for Independent Study: appointments; minutes of executive committee; memos
from Bunting-Smith re: Radcliffe's need for old library building.
- 423. J: James Foundation gift; Jewett Scholarship Fund; Junior Parents Weekend.
- 424. K: Martha Kaplan 1966 re: her study of the "boys who worked in Dr. Molitor's animal
room at the Merck Institute;" Helen Keller; Kendall Foundation grants to graduate
women; Kennedy scholarships; Samuel H. Kress fellowships.
- 425. L: Radcliffe's use of Lamont Library in Mason Hammond letter; appeal to Mary Lasker
for funds; Mary Lee on moral laxity at Radcliffe; Lemann lectures; Anne Morrow Lindbergh;
National Defense Student Loan Program; Stanmley Kubrick
- 426. M: Claire Mallardi begins work at Radcliffe; Massachusetts General Hospital and Radcliffe:
reports by Ruth Sleeper and Everett C. Hughes; M.I.T. panel re: women and science
with Bunting-Smith's speech in response to Bruno Bettelheim; Massachusetts Teachers
Association questionaire; restoration of portrait of Annabella Molyneux by Thomas
Hudson; gift from Henry and Josephine Murray.
- 427. N: National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs award to Bunting-Smith;
National Institute of Public Affairs; National Merit Scholarships; Barbara Norton,
appointed executive secretary to the Alumnae Association; Ada Comstock Notestein refuses
- 429. O-P: re: Susan Olson; opening of college; letters to parents; Pension Committee.
- 430. Perls Gallery opening
- 433. Radcliffe Government Association: report on housing
- 434. Radcliffe Government Association: minutes
- 435. S: Theodore Sizer; Mrs. William B. Snyder on parietals; staff; students; Mary Switzer
on H-R relations.
- 436. Seven College Conference: agenda, comparative admissions statistics, representatives,
- 437. T: Pamela L. Travers; Arthur D. Trottenberg's resignation; Barbara W. Tuchman's gift
for Radcliffe Yard.
- 439. Trustees: Library Committee
- 441. United States Government Departments
- 442. V: re: Villa Serbelloni conference on higher education for women; Mrs. George A. Vondermuhll,
on morals at Radcliffe.
- 443. W: Washington Internships in Education Program; Women Strike for Peace; Women's Archives
- 444. X-Z: Yeshiva University gives Bunting-Smith an honorary degree; Mrs. Samuel Zemurray
Jr.'s gift to Building Fund
- 445-505:. 1965-1966
- 445. A: to Karen Al-Aidroos on teaching science to non-scientists; to Siri Altschul on
married women in graduate study; Bunting-Smith on need for a new educational highway
for women, speech to American Academy of Psychoanalysis; Association of American Colleges
questionnaire; Mrs. Beatrix Fox Auerbach's gift.
- 446. Abramovitz, Max: Mabel Daniels Hall costs and library furnishings
- 447. Acquisitions Committee: reports
- 448. Administrative Board
- 449. Administrative Vice-President: Harvard policy, etc.
- 450. Admissions: statistics on applicant pool by decade, 1935-1965; correspondence with
- 451. Alumnae Association: includes Bunting-Smith's speech at Commencement re: Education
- 452. Atomic Energy Commission: letters on retirement
- 453. Atomic Energy Commission's Advisory Committee for Biology and Medicine: minutes, etc.
- 454. B: continuing education at Bennington College; Lee and Elizabeth Bramson's proposal
for a Woman's Career Development Corps; 55 Brattle Street re: Read House preservation.
- 455. Buildings and Grounds re: security at Radcliffe
- 456. Bunting Freshman Seminars
- 457. C: Camden Educational Foundation proposal for a new college; Cedar Hill Conference;
Antonia Chayes, "Alternative Futures for the Mature Woman"; Archibald Cox refuses
Mastership of House.
- 458. Choral Society: tour plans for 1967
- 460. Commencement: John Hope Franklin address, Founders Award citations, Bunting-Smith
- 461. Comptroller: student costs
- 462. Council: general, agenda, gifts
- 464. Council for Financial Aid to Education
- 465. D: Mabel Daniels, Daniels Hall; Elizabeth Deichmann; Women's College of Duke University.
- 466. Dag Hammerskjold lecture
- 467. Dormitory renovation: selection of architect
- 468. E: Kathleen G. Elliott, sabbatical leave for spring term, 1968; proposal for an Esso
Education Foundation Grant.
- 469. Education for Action: Bunting-Smith to President Lyndon Johnson, proposal to Ford
Foundation, and other statements by Bunting-Smith
- 470. F: includes Bunting-Smith's statement on women's education for Ford Foundation; Betty
- 471. G: with Stephen Currier of the Taconic Foundation about graduate students; Katherine
Graham on the Institute.
- 472. H: includes Susan Morse Hilles; Mildred Housen re: accomplishments at Radcliffe; Howard
University's future; Hubert H. Humphrey.
- 473. Harvard University: Franklin Ford on size of Radcliffe; conflict of interest statement
with Nathan Marsh Pusey on future of H-R connection.
- 476. I: Institute for International Education, Institute for Policy Studies
- 477. Institute for Independent Study: fellows, Executive Committee minutes, correspondence,
and progress report submitted to Rockefeller Foundation
- 478. J-K: Jackson Laboratory: Bunting-Smith to President Lyndon Johnson on VISTA and the
Peace Corps; Junior Parents' weekend
- 480. L: Solene Benjamin Lehmann 1920, Levy Foundation, need for scholarships
- 481. Library conversion, with Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson, and Abbott
- 482. M: Macy Foundation gift to support women in medicine; Mary McCarthy re: poor housing
at Radcliffe; Diane K. McGuire's landscape plan for Radcliffe; Bunting-Smith with
Charles Merrill: "Women's Education: The Next Experiment"; with Pauli Murray; Emily
H. Mudd and the Citizens Crusade Against Poverty.
- 483. N: National Advisory Committee on Health Manpower, with enclosure from Lyndon B. Johnson;
National Advisory Council on Regional Medical Programs; National Institute of Public
Affairs, minutes; Senator Maurine Neuberger; apology from The New York Times re: Bunting-Smith's article.
- 484. National Merit Scholarship Corporation, minutes
- 485. National Science Foundation
- 487. New England College Fund: article on benefits of small colleges, minutes
- 488. News Office: proposal to sponsor alumnae essays and biographies of women for young
- 489. O: with Bruce Old on a more effective program for athletics; opening of college, with
Bunting-Smith's speech on challenges and opportunities for women.
- 490. P: freshmen and other parents' letter; parking; Peace Corps report and comments by
David Riesman; Polaroid application.
- 491. R: Radcliffe Administrative Committees; Radcliffe Clubs; Radcliffe Quarterly expenses and plans; Michael Rice's proposal for physics for non-scientists; David
Rockefeller's gift to the 4th House; Russell and Russell re: reissue of The Poetry of Ezra Pound by Alice A. Amdur.
- 492. Radcliffe Government Association: minutes, correspondence, report on social rules;
- 493. Radcliffe Recreational Activities: comprehensive report on athletics, facilities,
coaches and staff, pay scales; comment on yearbook article by Michele Disario.
- 494. Registrar: transfer of Radcliffe undergraduate registration to Harvard, includes Corporation
vote, data on the Class of 1966, rank list 1965-1966 by name
- 495. Residence: dormitory capacities, social rules, letter to parents on room and board
fees, comments and protests from Radcliffe students on imposition of flat fee for
room and board
- 496. S: Adele Seronde re: art at Radcliffe; Sex Information and Education Council of United
States (SIECUS); Bunting-Smith's speech "The University's responsibility in Educating
Women for Leadership", at Southern Methodist University.
- 497. Schlesinger Library: letters from Schlesinger family; memorial talks by W.K. Jordan
and Paul Buck on A.M. Schlesinger Sr.; Bernays report on the Library; memorial appeal;
advisory committee minutes; releases.
- 498. Seven College Conference: brief reports
- 499. Smith, Kendrick: fund raising analysis
- 500. T: includes Treasurer re: Read and Founders Houses
- 501. Trustees-General: agenda, correspondence
- 502. Tuchman, Barbara W.: assignment of The Proud Tower and copyright to Radcliffe; gift to Institute, Schlesinger Library, and Tuchman Hall
in Currier House.
- 504. W: Wacker, Mrs. Warren W.: social regulations in undergraduate dormitories; Michael
Weinberg re: Elzbieta Chodakowska, future Bunting Institute fellow; Helen C. White
for dedication of Hilles Library; White House Conference on Education; Woman's College
Board; Woman's Medical College: honorary degree and Bunting-Smith's commencement address.
- 505. Z: Zinberg, Dorothy: on establishing a center for Behavioral Science Research
- 506-562:. 1966-1967
- 506. A: Admission statistics, Alice Lloyd College
- 507. Alumnae Association: re: fundraising responsibilities, Cope Committee Report, bylaws,
Bunting-Smith's speech to alumnae
- 508. B: Dr. Grete Bibring's report on defeatist attitudes of Radcliffe students and their
lack of opportunities; Jane Britton and Alice Broadhurst re: opportunities for summer
service for students; Buildings and Grounds.
- 509. Bunting Freshman Seminar and personal list of papers, speeches, reprints
- 510. C: Thomas Cabot re: financial aid to Radcliffe students; Liz Carpenter; Cedar Hill;
Mrs. Joseph Clark re: education of the non-professional; Thomas Corcoran; Bernice
Cronkhite re: Founders Award; Audrey and Stephen Currier Memorial Scholarship Fund.
- 511. Capital Fund Drive: announcement of Ford Challenge Grant, reports, goals, monetary
- 512. Capital Fund Drive: letters re: Ford Grant
- 513. College Fund re: annual giving
- 514. Commencement: Baccalaureate address by Jerome Kagan
- 515. Commencement Exercises: address by Barbara Tuchman, Bunting-Smith's notes, citations
- 516. Council: general: agenda, financial reports
- 517. Council: minutes, includes discussion of issue of off-campus housing and the student
- 518. D: Dag Hammarskjold lecture, Elisabeth Deichmann, Public Peace Conference
- 519. Daniels Hall: Mabel Daniel's remarks at dedication, architectural plan
Filed with oversize.
- 520. Dormitory renovation by Integrated Design Services Group
- 522. Education for Action: courses, funding
- 523. Education for Action: correspondence re: projects with director Susan Bartholomew
- 524. F: Financial Aid Office, Founders Award, includes Abigail Adams Eliot, Marian C. Putnam,
Bernice B. Cronkhite, Susan S. Lyman, Estelle Frankfurter
- 525. Ford Foundation Challenge Grant, includes detailed profile of Radcliffe
- 526. Eli Ginzburg re: physician shortage, graduate funds
- 527. Edgar M. Gemmell: consultant for development
- 528. Maurice G. Gurin: feasibility survey for capital campaign
- 529. H: Dorothea Hanna re: capital campaign; Harvard-Radcliffee fund for the Study of Women;
Janet Higonnet re: problems of family and career for women; Houses.
- 530. Harvard University-general
- 531. Harvard University-general: Harvard-Radcliffe agreement re: payment to Harvard; Franklin
Ford; Bunting-Smith joins GSAS faculty; financial aid to part-time women.
- 532. Hilles Library: dedication speeches, Health, Education & Welfare Grant Agreement
- 533. I-J: Lady Jackson asks Radcliffe to administer her Ford Foundation Grant
- 534. Institute: members, executive committee report, releases, report to Carnegie Corporation
for 5 year grants; members' publications; Macy Fellowships' report, other fundraising
and members' handbook.
- 535. K: Mildred Adams Kenyon re: Bunting-Smith's comment that, "too close association"
of Radcliffe with women's rights movement would be a "liability"
- 536. Kendall Foundation: letters from award recipients
- 538. Landscape architects: Diane Kostial McGuire
- 539. M: Martha M. Eliot in Massachusetts Committee on Children and youth; Charles E. Merrill:
correspondence, proposals for reports, women's graduate fellowship program.
- 540. Macy Conference on "Women For Medicine", includes list of Radcliffe MDs, for classes
- 541. Macy Foundation: grant
- 542. Merger: with Helen Gilbert, and Nathan Pusey, and others
- 543. N: Maurine Neuberger, appointed head of South House
- 544. National Advisory Commission on Health Manpower
- 545. National Advisory Council on Regional Medical Programs
- 546. National Science Foundation
- 547. O-P: Formal Opening and letter to freshman parents; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parry, appointed
co-masters of North House; resume of Carol Pforzheimer; Pomona College: Bunting-Smith
as Johnson lecturer; Dr. Marian C. Putnam, Founders Award.
- 548. Off-campus housing: history, R.G.A., Strike Committee and Mediation Committee reports;
also letters from alumnae, parents, students, and professors Stanley Hoffman, Everett
- 549. Peace Corps: includes proposal for experimental Peace Corps traineeship in Education,
- 550. R: Radcliffe Seminars re: graduate work for part-time students; history of Read House,
55 Brattle Street; Lois D. Rice re: admissions policies; Florence Rieder, comptroller
of Radcliffe College; David Riesman re: a mediator for Miles College.
- 551. Radcliffe Clubs: reports on visits to various clubs
- 552. Radcliffe Government Association: minutes, newsletters, correspondence
- 554. S: Sanger Institute; Elizabeth B. Schlesinger; SIECUS: Bunting-Smith resignation from
Board; Sigma Xi; Smith College panel on opportunities for women in science; Svetlana
Alliluyeva Stalin recommended for Bunting Institute fellowship.
- 555. Schlesinger Library: Advisory Committee minutes and AMS memorial fund
- 556. Seven College Conference: partial admissions and financial aid statistics
- 558. Treasurer: talk by Robert Gardiner on Radcliffe's finances at Convocation
- 559. Trustees: agenda reports of Radcliffe College Alumnae Association (RCAA) president,
Frieda Ullian, correspondence
- 560. U-W: Harold Uris; Phyllis Van Nestle 1967: complaints of a commuter; George Wald;
Washington opportunities for women; Jeanne Wasserman: gift of Mirko sculpture; Elizabeth
Wecter re: Schlesinger Library; to Cornelia Wheeler on educational opportunities for
women; Harris Wofford on the peace corps; Robert Lee Wolff re: towers in the Quad;
G. Wallace Woodworth.
- 561. U.S. Government: statistical report to Health, Education & Welfare on Radcliffe
- 562. X-Y: xeroxing policy
- 563-615:. 1967-1968
- 563. A: A Woman's Work, includes Bunting-Smith's article on women and work; Aquisitions: need for inventory
of Radcliffe-owned art; American College Public Relations Association: statistical
report on staffing and wages; American Effort in International and Cultural Activities-conference;
Beatrix Fox Auerbach.
- 564. Abramowitz, Max: plans for new house
- 565. Admissions: letter to rejected applicants' parents; Seven College's comparative admissions
statistics, Class of 1971.
- 566. Alumnae Association: Bunting-Smith's report to Radcliffe College Alumnae Association
- 567. American Records Management Association: Bunting-Smith panelist on "The Role of the
Professional Woman in Business"
- 568. B: Richard R. and Harriet Baxter, co-masters of South House; Gretchen Berggren; Grete
L. Bibring's study group on "Education of Women"; Committee of Black Students, 1968;
Kay Boyle re: World Woman's Party; Ailsa Mellon Bruce: plans for Radcliffe's first
College House; budget: Thomas Cabot letter; Mary L. Bundy re: students on Council.
- 570. Cedar Hill: Conference, Class of 1943, 1967, 1968; James B. Conant; Charles Coolidge
and Thomas Corcoran re: "A Program for Radcliffe"; Gardner Cox's portrait of Elizabeth
- 571. College Fund: statistics
- 572. Commencement: includes talks by Walter Washington and Bunting-Smith
- 573. Comptroller: data on loans and loan funds
- 574. Council-general: appointments, finances, agendas
- 576. D: Elisabeth Deichmann; Ethel Desborough: part-time work; Douglass College's 50th
Anniversary; Cora Du Bois on debt to Harvard.
- 577. Dining Halls Visiting Committee
- 578. Dow Sit-In: statement of Radcliffe Judicial Board, letters from Stanley Hoffmann and
other Harvard faculty, Senior Residents, alumnae, students; petitions; newspaper articles.
- 580. Education for Action: program, description, report to Ford, description of project
- 581. F: Fast (hunger strike): letter from anti-war protestor Lois Ann Hilfiker; Founders
Awards: Wilma Kerby-Miller, Charles Allerton Coolidge, Mary Switzer; Estelle S. Frankfurter.
- 582. Ford Foundation re: challenge grant
- 583. Freshman Class: letter to freshmen: ACE statistics on aspirations, interests, dating
and other patterns of Radcliffe freshmen compared with national female norms of Class
- 584. G: Dr. Le Roy Graham, health Consultant; Ellen R. Grass re: Grass-Cannon funds for
scientists, includes list of holders of fellowship; Jane Gray re: women's place and
Graham Blaine article in Quarterly; Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier and her sculpture in Hilles Library; Greenleaf House with
letter from Eleanor Pearson on history of 76 Brattle and survey of architectural history
- 585. Graduates: petition on parietals, minutes and discussion on changes at Graduate Center,
lectures on college teaching as a career
- 586. Maurice G. Gurin re: formation of a Major Gifts Committee
- 587. H: Susan Morse Hilles re: Greene-Mercier sculpture; Oveta Culp Hobby.
- 588. Harvard University: faculty
- 589. Harvard University: Franklin L. Ford re: sharing costs of Hilles Library
- 590. Harvard University: general: Radcliffe grants to graduate women; discussion of co-residence
for graduate students.
- 591. Houses-lists of members, affiliates etc., and Giles Constable's account of "stewardship"
of North House
- 593. Institute: list of members, executive committee minutes, James Gavin's "Why is Arthur
D. Little interested in the Radcliffe Institute?"
- 594. J-K: Lady Jackson; W.K.Jordan re: future gift to Radcliffe; Judicial Board statement;
Wilma Kerby-Miller's pension.
- 595. Kendall foundation letters from fellows
- 596. L: Ann Landers (Eppie Lederer); landscape architect; Roy Larsen re: Institute.
- 597. M: impact of Macy Foundation grants; coresidence of Harvard and Radcliffe students
in Anne McConnell; Bunting-Smith's talk to Medical Manpower Needs Conference.
- 598. N: Ada Comstock Notestein
- 599. New House (Currier): Sarah Bullitt on justification and purpose of house system at
- 600. O-P: Opening of College
- 601. Peace Corps: contract for training Radcliffe interns in Africa and Central America;
letter from Sue Bartholomew describing experience in Ethiopia and Senegal.
- 602. R: residence, Elliot L. Richardson's remarks on retirement from Board of Trustees;
David Riesman on house life.
- 603. Radcliffe Clubs: NY, Princeton, Rochester, Seattle, St. Louis, Westchester
- 604. Radcliffe Government Association: newsletter, minutes, budget
- 605. Radcliffe Policy Committee: joint student-administration committee to consider student
- 606. Radcliffe Union of Students: proposed constitution, newsletter
- 607. S: Arthur Schlesinger Jr. re: his mother's portrait; Simon Rock's accreditation; Sloan
Foundation proposal; list of African-American graduates aided by Small College Scholar's
Program 1965-1968; Social Work Associate proposal; Barbara Solomon's leave; Edna Lamprey
Stantial re: Woman's Rights Collection; Olivia Pearl Stokes re: Julia H. Smith and
African American history; Doris Zemurray Stone's resume; Mary E. Switzer.
- 608. Schlesinger Library: Advisory Board, minutes, fundraising
- 609. Seven College Conference: includes Humphrey Doermann's report
- 610. Students: Class of 1968 refusal to contribute to alumnae funds because of new house
- 611. T: Helen Taussig, Roy E. Larsen of Time Magazine
- 612. Trustees: minutes of Board meetings and of Trustee-Student Conferences
- 613. U-V: Vietnam, alumnae reactions
- 614. W: George Wald approves of students on Council; Mrs. Henry Warren; Bennetta Washington
on National Committee, A Program for Radcliffe; Ellen Waterstron: Peace Corps internship
- 615. Zemurray Professorship
- 616-679:. 1968-1969
- 616. A: anti-ballistic missiles, citizen's protest; Helen Howe (Mrs.Allen); Atomic Energy
Commission re: pollution at Cayuga Lake; proposals for support of Institute to Avalon
Foundation; with Catherine Williston re: renovating 19 Avon Street; Mrs. Nathan Ayers,
member of Institute Executive Committee.
- 617. Admissions: recruitment of Afro-American students; comparison of college financial
aid and admissions statistics; letters with parents of rejected applicants.
- 618. Alumnae Association: Bunting-Smith's replies to alumnae questions on H/R merger, etc.
- 619. April 28th Confrontation: i.e. student demonstration in Bunting-Smith's office in
response to disciplinary action against students involved in Paine Hall sit-in, letters
from students, alumnae, etc.
- 620. B: Susan Bartholomew: resume; Debbie Batts, Fay Prize winner; Richard Reeve Baxter
to continue as Master of South House; G. d'Andelot Belin with Robert I. Hunneman re:
responsibilities for H/R merger agreement; Henrietta Blueye (Senecan Indian), trial
in Hungary; Edward W. Brooke; Reuben A. Brower on merger, co-residence, relationships
of men and women, marriage etc.; Ailsa (Mellon) and David Bruce re: naming Currier
House in memory of her daughter Audrey Bruce Currier; Jerome S. Bruner re: diversified
residential community, appointed co-master of Currier House.
- 621. Black Students' admissions: Radcliffe policy on admissions and financial aid; sit-in,
protest and statement, demand for increase in numbers to 30 per year; resumes of applicants;
Seven College policy towards blacks; appointment of black admissions officer; demand
for major in Afro-American Studies.
- 622. Bunting, Mary I.: National Institute of Social Sciences Golden Anniversary Awards
Dinner: medal and speeches
- 623. C: Thomas D. Cabot: includes letter to Harvard Alumni Bulletin after University Hall
take-over; Samuel and Narcissa Chamberlain's library and papers; Jeanette Cheek's
appointment as Director of Schlesinger Library; Bunting-Smith's open letter re new
house to Class of 1968.
- 624. C: co-educational housing, clippings from Crimson etc; I. Bernard Cohen: draft resolution re student misbehavior; College Fund; Communication
for the Volunteer program; purchase of 245 Concord Avenue; Continuing Education for
Women Conference minutes; Lucella Corigliano: re readmittance to college; recruiting
policy of the Crimson.
- 625. Capital Fund Campaign: objectives; also material on H/R merger; letters between Bunting-Smith
and President Pusey re merger; transcript of panel discussion on "Women and the University,"
including Kingman Brewster, Edwin D. Etherington, Bunting-Smith, Gardner Patterson,
and Marya Mannes.
- 626. Commencement - general: program, speeches by Bunting-Smith, students, Rev. William
Sloan Coffin; Baccalaureate prayer, message from Richard Nixon to Class of 1969, speech
by James Ackerman.
- 628. Council-general: agenda, appointments, financial reports, correspondence, report on
occupation of University Hall
- 629. Council-minutes: includes co-ed housing; merger; occupation of University Hall; Observatory
Hill agreement; underground garage.
- 630. Currier House: newspaper articles, budget, architectural plans, furnishings
- 631. D: Cora DuBois, Duke University's plan for Continuing Education
- 632. Dining Halls Visiting Committee
- 633. Dormitory renovation: budget, furnishings, construction costs, food service, underground
- 634. Helen G. Edmonds' resume and re: Afro-American history
- 635. Education for Action: Ford Foundation grant proposals; requests to foundations for
funding; E4A course on social institutions; Eugene F. Fay Trust; summer projects;
- 636. F: Mathea Falco re: merger; Mrs. Frances A. Flaherty re: Flaherty Film Festival; Barbara
Fleischmann re: use of social psychology laboratory and Radcliffe students for her
thesis; Founders Award for G. Wallace Woodworth, Mary Switzer.
- 638. Food: re dining halls, interhouse dining, food services, wages
- 639. Ford Foundation: challenge grant
- 640. G: Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier sculpture at Hilles Library, includes letters and clippings
- 641. Graduate Center: policy
- 642. H: Harvard Comes to Cincinnati: Bunting-Smith on panel; Harvard Medical School: address
to Alumni Association; Harvard Policy Committee and Harvard-Radcliffe Policy Committee:
joint faculty-student committee's proposal to audit each department every 4 years;
report on co-education at H/R and proposal for co-educational housing.
- 643. Harvard University: general: coordinated arrangements on security issues; proposal
for extension of co-ed undergraduate dining; women employees at HU; purchase of Observatory
- 644. Harvard University: Franklin Ford
- 645. Harvard University: Graduate School: fellowships, MAT program; Student/Faculty Disciplinary
- 646. Harvard University: Pusey re: merger, discipline of students, ROTC Programs at Harvard,
- 647. Houses: associates, guest privileges, Institute scholars, salaries, staff members,
- 648. Institute: minutes of executive committee, finances, lists of scholars
- 649. J: Lady Jackson: gift to Institute; Johnson Foundation.
- 650. Judicial Board re: decision and statement on Paine Hall sit-in on ROTC, December 12,
- 651. K: Jerome Kagan proposes study on co-residence to be carried out by Elizabeth Reid;
re: bust of Helen Keller in James S. Adams; Kathleen Kreiss' aspirations and reasons
for applying to medical school; notes on Bunting-Smith's visit to the Kresge Foundation;
list of Kress fellows.
- 652. Henry P. Kendall Foundation: grant, recipients
- 654. M: with Susanna Weisman Marks 1960 re: sexuality at college; Doris Mitchell: cv, appointment
as first black in Admissions Office.
- 655. Merger: correspondence, etc. with faculty, students, alumnae
- 656. Merger: correspondence from alumnae expressing regret, condemnation, support, approval,
suggestions, including letters from Abigail A. Eliot, and Mrs. Daniel H. Fenn
- 657. New York Times: invitations from James Reston and Arthur Ochs Sulzberger; proposal
for a National Service Foundation in letter with Nixon campaign
- 658. National Science Foundation
- 659. New England Colleges Fund
- 660. O-P: Oak Ridge National Laboratory Graduate School; Paley Foundation: proposal to
support women artists at Institute; Freshmen Parents letter; Pforzheimer Foundation;
Philippine Women's University: anniversary conference; Publishing Procedures Course.
- 661. Paine Hall Sit-in: December 12, 1968 student protest against ROTC
- 662. Peace Corps: contracts
- 663. Phillips Brooks House: report on programs
- 664. Q-R: Quail Roast Conference on Higher Education, includes comments on Black students'
sit-in at Radcliffe; Sidney R. Rabb Family Scholarship; David Riesman; Rockfeller
Bros. Fund: re Project Backstop; William Rosenwald Family Fund Gift; Maurine Rothschild.
- 666. Radcliffe Union of Students: minutes, parietals, newsletters
- 667. Recreational Activities: Harvard Dramatic Club Summer Program
- 668. Residence: Plans and use of playyard; off-campus housing-problems with city; use of
dormitory space for lodging or entertaining during vacation periods; curtailment in
maid service; laws or ordinances relating to narcotics.
- 669. S: Sylvia Shapiro re: story of a rejected applicant
- 670. Schlesinger Library: purchase of Maria Lydia Child letters, Advisory Committee, Frank
Freidel's concern about directorship of library
- 671. Seven College Conference: discussions about student/faculty participation in decision
making; legal procedures on campus; usefulness of the M.A. degree; pressures for coeducation;
programs for the disadvantaged; Afro-American Studies; academic credit for field work;
report to the President on enrollment and financial aid.
- 672. Students: complaints about food services; maintenance work during reading period;
security issues; student unrest; Student-Faculty Committee; Frank Westheimer's suggestions
for committee of students and videotaping to evaluate Professors and teaching assistants.
- 673. T-U: Merze Tate; Union; Virginia G. Wall's distress about co-residence; paintings
from Marie-Helena and Jimmy Weill; U.S. Government regulations about denying financial
aid to disruptive students.
- 675. Trustees-General: agendas, Selma Crevoshay re: merger, Radcliffe Union of Students
(RUS) statement re: parietals, reports from Trustee Committees
- 676. University Hall: membership, minutes of Committee of Fifteen; resolution on Rights
and Responsibilities; causes of "The Bust", and disciplinary decisions; student statements
on ROTC, University Hall occupation, Harvard expansion; correspondence with alumni
re: use of police.
- 677. University Hall - Radcliffe: with President Pusey: list of Radcliffe students on probation,
"under decision", criminal cases; statement on Paine Hall sit-in; Radcliffe News Office's
releases on occupation of University Hall.
- 678. V-Z: Carroll Williams re: Natural Science Foundation cuts in his research; Yale's
plan for coeducation; Dorothy Zinberg, Acting Dean of North House.
- 679. Zemurray Professorship: lists of proposed names, committee minutes, biographies and
correspondence about possible candidates for chair including: Thelma Alper, Mildred
Cohn, Marie-Therese d'Alverny, Frederica de Laguna, Helen Gardner, Edith Helman, Barbel
Inhelder, Gertrude Himmelfarb, Margaret Mead, Agnes Mongan, Wilga M. Rivers, Judith
Shklar, Emily Vermeule, and Luise Vosgerchian.
- 680-734:. 1969-1970
- 680. A: Siri von Reis Altshul, including CV; American Bar Association: Bunting-Smith invited
to be member of Commission on Campus Government and Student Dissent; Arthur D. Little
Foundations's support for Institute.
- 681. Admissions: responses to rejected applicants and other admissions issues
- 682. Alumnae Association: minutes of Board of Management, Memorandum number 2 re: merger,
speech by Karen Nelson 1970
- 683. B: Grete L. Bibring re: seminar on women; Mary Caperton Bingham re: gifts to Schlesinger
Library and disapproval of co-residence; David Breakstone to Dorothy Zinberg re: students
disappointment with college; Bunting-Smith's Bowdoin College speech; Ailsa Mellon
Bruce's obituary; Jerome Bruner re: Currier House; budget deficit; Kay Bullitt's observations
on co-residence, curricular change, etc.; and proposal to widen age range of students
at H and R; Elizabeth Buttenweiser.
- 684. Blacks: development of Afro-American Studies department; union hiring of minority
workers and occupation of University Hall by Organization for Black Unity (OBU) over
this issue; Association of Black Faculty, Fellows, and Administrators of Harvard University;
problems of financial aid for Blacks; Black students discontent with housing lottery.
- 685. C: Bradford Cannon re: Cannon fellowship fund; Class of 1914 includes Abigail A. Eliot
re: Anna Eveleth Holman Memorial Fund; Class of 1970's scholarship gift; Commonwealth
Fund re: program for women in medicine; Catherine Coolidge re: students at Trustees'
- 686. Capital Fund campaign: case statement and sample letters
- 687. Co-educational housing: questionnaire and Kagan Committee report on co-residence;
letters from students, parents, and alumnae on co-residence.
- 688. Commencement: correspondence with President Pusey, releases re: first joint Harvard/Radcliffe
commencement; speech by Bunting-Smith; Founders' awards; refusals to give Baccalaureate
speech from Edmund S. Muskie and Margaret Mead.
- 690. Council-general: financial reports, appointments, agendas, and budget
- 691. D: Danforth Foundation; Day Care program; Delacorte Foundation; Dell Publishing Co.;
- 692. Dietitian: annual report; SDS Campus-Worker-Student Alliance includes petitions and
student complaints about wage differentials between male and female kitchen staff;
job and wage analysis of kitchen staff.
- 693. Dining Halls Visitng Committee: minutes of meetings
- 694. Dormitory renovation: plans and costs for Quadrangle houses
- 695. E: embellishment fund for Hilles Library set up by Susan M. Hilles, environmental
- 696. Education for Action: program proposals and reports of student projects, 1966-1969;
correspondence with Judith Newman and Charles Merrill re: Bunting-Smith's insistence
on women having a need for both career and family.
- 697. F: Faculty Row; Deborah Alice Frank on improving working conditions for dining hall
and other staff; Dorothy Frooks offers scrapbooks and legal papers to Schlesinger
Library; Founders awards for Susanne Knauth Langer and Alice Mitchell Rivlin.
- 698. Financial Aid Office: typical student expenses, restricted loan funds
- 699. Ford Foundation: Education for Action report on activities, success in meeting Ford's
3:1 challenge grant
- 700. Freshman Class: letter to freshmen parents and responses, list of fresmen advisers
- 701. G: General Foods support for Black students; Helen Homans Gilbert Hall; Katherine
S. Glover's gift to the Institute; Jane Grant: establishment of the Harvard-Radcliffe
Fund for the Study of Woman, 1964-1970; G. Lauder Greenway re: Radcliffe's proposal
to the Ailsa (Mellon) Bruce Foundation to renovate the two Quad houses [North and
- 702. Graduate Students: protests from students at Cronkhite Center over cancellation of
dinners, scarcity and high cost of rooms, and other unequal treatment of graduate
women; also responsibilities of head resident with Carmelita Boirin.
- 703. H-I: Charlotte A. Hankin: aid for Black students et al.; Harvard-Radcliffe Fund for
the Study of Woman: terms and prospectus, with Daivd Riesman as Director; Janet Higonnet
about support for a Radcliffe Day Care Center; Susan M. Hilles re: sculpture and paintings
at Radcliffe; Houston Endowment Inc. scholarship program.
- 704. Harvard University: faculty: Caroline Bynum and Janet Martin's Women's Faculty Group
re: status of women at Harvard
- 705. Harvard University: Ford and Dunlop: expenses of Radcliffe houses
- 706. Harvard University: general: statements and demands re: Organization for Black Unity's
demonstrations and demand for hiring more Black construction workers, and subsequent
occupation of Faculty Club and University Hall; disruption at Center for International
Affairs; Sargent Kennedy's statement on affirmative action; reports of faculty committees;
joint Harvard-Radcliffe Administrative Board established.
- 707. Harvard University: President Pusey: with Helen Gilbert and Frances Donovan, members
of the merger committee
- 708. Houses - general: directories, problems, proposals from residents of East, North,
and South houses; costs of bringing Radcliffe houses up to Harvard standards.
- 709. Institute: Mary Shotwell Ingraham fund and IBM grant to Institute; Dorothy Meckel
re: part-time graduate fellowship recipients; Institute scholars by fields; William
Alfred: review of year; Executive Committee minutes, summaries of Institute research;
Alice K. Smith's request to hold down tuition for Radcliffe Seminars.
- 710. J-K: Joan and Edward Keenan appointed co-masters of North House; Kendall Foundation
grants; Edward Kennedy re: national youth service.
- 712. L: Roy Larsen's grant; Lucy B. Lemann; Littauer Foundation proposal; Deane Lord joins
- 713. M: Macy Foundation's fellowship program for women in medicine at Institute; Mary Marcus,
Schlesinger Library Advisory Board member; Mary Lee Marquis' concerns for her Radcliffe
daughter; proposal to Mayer Foundation for theater at Currier; Metco re: employment
of minorities on Radcliffe construction; Doris J. Mitchell's appointment, and problems
in definition of job; estate of Thomas Hubbard Vail Motter; Stephen B. Mugar.
- 714. Merger (Harvard/Radcliffe): historical material including articles of incorporation;
minutes of faculty meeting relating to H/R merger; Alumnae Association material including:
memoranda #1 and #2, press clippings, and merger committee minutes; correspondence
of Barbara Voss, Jeannette Stein, Mary Claugus, Barbara Tuchman, Nan Stevens, Margaret
Wheaton, Alice Skinner, John Fox, Robert Lee Wolff.
- 715. Merger (Harvard/Radcliffe): memos from Radcliffe staff including: David K. Smith,
Dean Kathleen Elliott, Deane Lord, J. Boyd Britton, Alice Smith, and Mary Albro; also
from alumnae et al., including Helen Gilbert, Edgar Gemmell, Barbara Voss, Frieda
Ullian; also Alumnae Association merger committees.
- 716. Merger (Harvard/Radcliffe): Harvard University Faculty Committees on Merger
- 717. Merger (Harvard/Radcliffe): proposals, 1969-1970 and yearly reports from Radcliffe
- 718. N-O: National Organization for Women: Boston proposal concerning status of women and
sex discrimination at Harvard; New England Colleges Fund's gift to Institute; Nieman
Foundation's first annual assembly; with President Richard Nixon re: Nancy Hanks and
hope for a National Service Foundation; Observatory Hill purchase.
- 719. Pa-Pe: Paley Foundation; letter to parents on exchange of students in Harvard/Radcliffe
houses; merger of Pembroke and Brown; Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency
re: Ivy League's refusal to report on students.
- 720. Po-Pr: Polaroid Corporation rejects financial support for Institute; Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Poses' gift; President's contingency fund; proposal for appointment of part-time
faculty by Patricia Albjerg Graham at Princeton; Project Backstop: to assist Radcliffe
graduates with career plans.
- 721. Peace: letters from staff, students, alumnae and other colleges protesting escalation
of war to Cambodia
- 722. Peace Corps: contract and supplemental agreement for training interns for service
as Peace Corps volunteers in Africa
- 723. Publishing Procedures Course: financial report, Harvar University Press' refusal to
take over administration of the course
- 724. R: Irving W. Rabb's gift; James Reston; David Riesman suggests Bobbie (Norfleet) and
Alfred Cohn as interim co-masters of North House; role of faculty in Houses; honorary
degree from Ripon College; David Rockefeller re: houses and Institute; Laurence Rockefeller
re: Institute; Rubenstein Foundation's scholarship.
- 725. Radcliffe Clubs of Boston, Indiana, Peninsula, and Rochester
- 726. Radcliffe Union of Students: minutes, newsletters, report of Radcliffe Union of Students
(RUS) Admissions merger committee
- 727. Residence: Jordan Coop houses; off-campus housing expenses (1968-1969)
- 728. Rights and Responsibilities re: demonstrations at University Hall and disruption at
Center for International Affairs; Interim and Progress reports of Committee of 15;
Resolution on Rights and Responsibilities; University Committee on Governance Report.
- 729. S: Sanctuary: Program for counseling on drugs; Margaret Forbes Schroeder; SDS: notice
demanding action to stop different wage rates for men and women at Harvard; Mary Vincent
Seager re: elitism of Radcliffe and other failings; value of Shepard House; Mary Elizabeth
Singleton Scholarship Fund; proposals to Alfred P. Sloan Foundation; Mary Switzer.
- 730. Schlesinger Library: minutes of Advisory Board, report by Alison Hanham on staffing
and arrangements, Bryant report on library management, inauguration of Friends of
the Schlesinger Library
- 731. Students: correspondence with alumnae and parents who express concern and criticism
and refuse to donate to Radcliffe because of "moral issues;" "use of force," "amnesty,"
"destructive dissent,' etc.
- 732. T: Taconic Foundations's gift of Audrey and Stephen Currier Memorial Fund; Merze Tate's
gift of stock; Time Magazine's full page ad for Radcliffe Institute; Barbara Tuchman
- 733. Trustees - general: minutes and agenda, preliminary report of Trustee Committee to
- 734. Zemurray Professorship: list of possible candidates: CVs and bibliographies; letters
pro and con; CV and bibliography of Emily Vermeule.
- 735-793:. 1970-1971
- 735. A: Fred Abernathy; Janet Abramowicz to join Fine Arts Faculty; CV of Siri von Reis
Altschul; Women in Archaeology in American School of Classical Studies; Bunting-Smith
speech given to American Society for Microbiology, "From Serratia to Women's Lib and
a Bit Beyond"; Bunting-Smith re role of Atomic Energy Commission in national public
- 736. Administrative Vice President re: deficit etc.
- 737. Admissions: with parents; Brown University's criticism of Radcliffe's admissions Committee's
"backward policy"; concern of Black members of Admissions Committee.
- 738. Alumnae Association: GSAS degree winners join RCAA; memo on RCAA and Radcliffe College
relationships; Bunting-Smith letter to Frieda Ullian re 50th Reunion; Founders Awards.
- 739. B: Frederic L. Ballard re: merger; Cheryl Renee Basye's resignation as Assistant Director
of Admissions; Dr. Joseph L. Berkeley's criticism of Radcliffe; Grete L. Bibring's
course on "The Educated Woman;" Mary Caperton Bingham in Boston Junior Chamber of
Commerce re: Sylvia Simmons; Francis H. Burr re: relationship with RCAA Board of Management.
- 740. Blacks: NAACP re: racial justice on campus; proposal for creation of special committee
to consider all minority group applicants to Radcliffe; Minority Students Admissions
Committee, correspondence and minutes; National Science Foundation Summer Grant for
Black Students' nutrition study of Roxbury.
- 742. Bunting, Mary I., correspondence about her resignation
- 743. C: Thomas D. Cabot: advice on investment policy; Alex T. Cade re: Black students;
Lady Colyton on merger; Margaret Comer: H-R relations and merger; Committee on Status
of Women in FAS: faculty minutes, report, releases; Catherine Coolidge, trustee; Gardner
Cox re: his portrait of Elizabeth Schlesinger; Bernice Brown Cronkhite, naming of
- 744. National Coalition for Research on Women: statements, correspondence, Wingspread Conference
- 745. College Fund: report
- 746. Commencement: baccalaureate speech
- 748. Council-General: minutes of meetings, includes vote adopting an amendment to Harvard-Radcliffe
- 749. Currier House: building costs, with architects Harrison and Abramovitz, and dedication,
including invitation list, speeches made by Bunting-Smith, Barbara Austin on Audrey
Bruce Currier, Paul Mellon
- 750. D: memorial to Mabel Wheeler Daniels, Margaret Davies (Mrs. Godfrey)
- 751. Dormitory renovation: correspondence with Ronald Gourley re: estimate from Vappi &
- 752. E: Bunting-Smith, Patricia A. Graham, and Elga R. Wasserman in Educational Record 1970: "Academic Freedom and Incentive for Women"
- 753. Education for Action: report
- 754. F: Four Colleges Trust Fund; Founders Awards; Estelle S. Frankfurter.
- 755. Faculty Row: proposals, costs, rentals, parking etc.
- 756. Financial Aid Office: loan aid report
- 757. Ford Foundation: report on matching gifts, 1967-1970
- 758. Freshman class: letter to parents, and re: freshman parents weekend
- 759. G: Emily Goodman re student strike at SUNY Buffalo; Jamie Gorelick: opening fellowships
to women; Ronald Gourley; Graduate Center: expenses, extra-curricular course on College
Teaching, occupants and meetings; Jane Grant: award of grant to Janet Giele from her
fund administered by David Riesman; Greene-Mercier re: plaque for "Orpheus and Eurydice"
- 760. H: Seymour C. Harris on economics of H/R merger; request to Harvard Club of NY to
admit women members; Harvard-Radcliffe Fund for Study of Women; Margaret Harwood's
research support; Lillian Hellman: on death of Connie Smith; Margaret F. Herrick:
will, funds to support cypher research; Susan Morse Hilles: gift to Constance E. Smith
Fellowship Fund; John Hoar re: The Widow Joanna Hoar Scholarship; Louise Holburn re:
- 761. Harvard University - general: with Dean Dunlop; FAS minutes re: Committee on Status
of Women and H/R Relationship; Pusey report on Affirmative Action; Archibald Cox's
report on occupation of Architectural Technology Workshop by 150 women, and related
women's issues (day care, women's center, status of women at Harvard); six case histories
showing impact of Institute on scholars' careers; memo on increasing number of faculty
women; Archibald Cox's memo on "improper interference with University activities.
- 762. Harvard University - Graduate School: Florence Rieder re: Graduate Fellowship Funds;
J.P. Elder re: part-time status to men or women; funds to GSAS for fellowships for
women graduate students; list of named funds, Ernest May on Radcliffe Houses.
- 763. Houses: duties of Head Residents, details on budgets, co-residence
- 764. Houses: Currier House: appointments: House Associates, Resident Tutors; with Jerome
Bruner, Edward Warburg, and Paul and Ursula Levine; Currier House dedication with
John G. Simon remarks.
- 765. Houses: North House: Edward and Joan Keenan re: budget, freshmen, residents, Faculty
- 766. Houses: South House: Fred and Anna Maria Abernathy re: staff appointments, budget,
free speech, Harvard-Radcliffe Pottery Studio, and handbook
- 767. I: Indiana University re: Blacks in higher education; IBM's gift to the Institute.
- 768. Institute: questionnaire and roster of professional women; minutes of advisory committee;
Hilda Kahne re: future of Institute, and leadership given by Alice Smith; death of
Connie Smith; Alice Smith's report on twenty years of Radcliffe Seminars, and report
on part-time fellowship program.
- 769. J: Lady Barbara Jackson; honorary doctorate from Johns Hopkins; with Harvey Brooks
re: R. Victor and Bernice Jones, acting co-masters of North House; Junior Parents
- 770. K: Edward and Joan Keenan and North House; William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust;
Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation; Kent State University.
- 772. L: Ladies Home Journal petition against Vietnam War; David Lilienthal on Ford challenge.
- 773. M: George McGovern on FBI role on campuses; Josiah Macy Jr. Foundations's grant to
advance careers of women in medicine; Jacquelyn A. Mattfeld re: deanship of Institute;
Wendy D. Mela re: house arrangements for married students; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation;
Paul Mellon: dedication of Audrey Bruce Currier House; Charles Merrill; Ellen Messer
re: her dismissal and readmission; Margaret B. Morse: disapproval of house plan; Josephine
L. Murray Travelling Fellowship; Charlotte Porter Myrick gift.
- 774. Merger (Harvard/Radcliffe): alumnae response including letters and statements from
Bunting-Smith, Catherine B. Beatley, Betty Howard, Roberta Benjamin 1962, Priscilla
Treat 1919, Shirley Haight 1943, Ruth Bocholtz Helman 1943, Judith P. Gregory, Kay
Wood, Katherine M. Bullitt, Marilyn Monsour, Joan P. Nordell, Barbara Fischer Voss,
Emily Vermeule, Maria Fleming Tymoczko 1965, Wilma Kerby-Miller, Louise Perry Harwood,
Judith Yenkin Brachman 1960
- 775. Merger (Harvard/Radcliffe): mailings, committees, chronology of discussions; letters
to alumnae; trustees' meetings; articles; final drafts of 1971 Amendment.
- 776. Merger (Harvard/Radcliffe): implementation: Bunting-Smith's description of a future
Radcliffe Center and "Reflections" on Merger; report by Radcliffe Union of Students
on "Preservation of Radcliffe;" Chase Peterson on H/R admissions and financial aid
policy; Alice Skinner; also publicity releases and writings describing merger in practice.
- 777. N -O: National Council for an Indochina Deadline; New England Aquarium's Science Advisory
Committee; William L. Newkirk re: interchange of H-R freshmen; Ursula Niebuhr (Mrs.
Reinhold) re: living in retirement and Simon Rock's School; Notable American Women
with Janet James and W.K. Jordan; Jessie Smith Noyes: gift to E4A.
- 778. P: Bunting-Smith's support for Pakistan Relief Committee; letters to freshman parents;
Peace Action at Harvard; Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency - civil action
re academic freedom; H-R and seven other protesters against signing a student misconduct
agreement; Martin Peretz: proposals for revival of Houses.
- 779. Publishing Procedures Course: class lists, reports, programs; McGraw-Hill Scholarship;
Doyle Venn statistical report on PPC.
- 780. Q-R: resignation of Maryel Hartung from the Radcliffe Quarterly; Radcliffe Union of
Students, "Report on the Preservation of Radcliffe;" Elizabeth Raushenbush re: annual
giving, housing, etc; James Reston; Laurence Rockefeller's pledge to Radcliffe Institute;
Richard Rockefeller's gift to Currier House for day care center.
- 781. Residence: numbers of male students in Quad Houses, female students in Harvard Houses;
wage scales for House Residents; new lunch plan; RUS housing poll (blank questionnaire.)
- 782. Rights and Responsibilities (Committee on): releases, correspondence, procedures,
list of students asked to leave
- 783. S: Sanctuary: Drug Counseling Project; Arthur Schlesinger Jr. re: portrait of his
mother and and payment to Gardner Cox etc.; Sloan Foundation: Scholars Program at
Radcliffe Institute; Barbara Solow inquiry about employment; Barbara Swan: making
drawings for Anne Sexton's poetry of Grimm.
- 784. Schlesinger Library: proposal for oral histories of influential American women; NHPRC
resolution concerning editions of women's papers.
- 785. Seven College Roster Project: registry of professional women and women scholars
- 786. Smith, Constance: letters on her death and memorial service
- 787. Students: correspondence, alphabetical lists of Radcliffe stuents in Harvard houses
- 788. Tate, Merze: re gifts to Institute
- 789. Trustees - general: naming units of Currier House (Tuchman, Bingham, Gilbert, Daniels;)
Barbara Voss re: alumnae reaction to merger; list of trustees and length of service;
Jeanette S. Stein's report on Institute programs; report on legislation favoring the
status of women; 1971 H/R agreement, includes agreement by Harvard to cover Radcliffe's
deficit and discussion of "retained" and "non-retained" activities.
- 790. U: Hyman Ullian; union grievance; Upward Bound.
- 792. V-W: Emily Vermeule; 20, 60 Walker Street; women (occupation of Architectural Technology
Workshop on Memorial Drive highlighting concerns of women at Harvard.)
- 793. X-Z: grant from Xerox; Anita Zimmerman on sex segregation at Harvard commencement;
- 794-854:. 1971-1972
- 794. A: Administrative Vice President, J. Boyd Britton; Affirmative Action program at Harvard;
Agassiz House; Mary Albro; Nelson Aldrich; American School of Classical Studies Fund;
Martha E. Ayers.
- 795. Admissions: effect of merger, comparative H-R statistics
- 796. Alumnae Association re: career services
- 797. B: Mary Bennett, principal of St. Hilda's College, Oxford; Grete L. Bibring's seminar;
Jean L. Blumen: female role ideology; Bonnie E. Blustein's violation of Resolution
on Rights and Resolutions; Sissela Bok; Byerly Hall.
- 798. Blacks: correspondence between Doris Mitchell and Martin Kilson and other material
about Radcliffe Black students
- 799. Budget: for 1972-1973
- 800. Buildings and Grounds: costs, Central Station Protective Services
- 801. Bunting, Mary I.: talks, speeches
- 802. Bunting, Mary I.: correspondence with Gerald Piel; with William Bowen re: Bunting-Smith's
post at Princeton; Bunting-Smith's portrait by Yussuf Karsh.
- 803. C: Chicano-Boricua Studies Conference re: Institute at Harvard; Elzbieta Chodakowska's
residency status; Giles Constable's nomination for Harrison Award; study of co-residence;
Bernice Brown Cronkhite.
- 804. Career Planning Office: its future as Radcliffe Career Services
- 805. Coalition for Research: National Coalition for research on Women's Education and Development
- 806. College Fund: Radcliffe's open endowments
- 807. Commencement: includes Baccalaureate speech
- 808. Commission on Non-Traditional Study
- 809. Comptroller: budget policies and practice after merger of H/R financial offices
- 810. Council-General: agendas and minutes re: H/R Agreement, day care, Radcliffe employees
- 811. D: day care and dining halls
- 812. E-F: Faculty Row's problems with flooding, etc; Food Services; Ford Foundation: McGeorge
Bundy re: Women's Program; Estelle S. Frankfurter re: gift to Radcliffe.
- 813. Education for Action
- 814. Financial Aid Office: re loans
- 815. Freshman: Class of 1975 list
- 816. G: Helen Homans Gilbert: CV and speech on new H/R agreement; Jamie S. Gorelick re:
eligibility of women for Harvard prizes and fellowships; Ronald Gourley for architectural
services; Patricia Graham: CV and letters of recommendation to Guggenheim Foundation;
- 817. H: with Albert Gordon re: Harvard Club of New York's admission of women; Harvard Club
of Western Pennsylvania; with Stanley J. Reiser re: Harvard Medical School; Susan
Morse Hilles to Robert Gardiner re: reducing Radcliffe's deficit, also gift to H/R
Day Care Center; Matina Souretis Horner's election as President.
- 818. Harvard University: Derek Bok: Statement on increase in number of women undergraduates
- 819. Harvard University: John Dunlop: Schlesinger Library's proposal to NHPRC to edit and
publish papers of outstanding women; Radcliffe's budget.
- 820. Harvard University: general: distribution of men and women students in houses; correspondence
between Archie Epps and SDS re: their convention at Harvard; Ursula Goodenough and
Ruth Hubbard re: preferential hiring of women and minority faculty.
- 821. Harvard University: Graduate School of Business Administration: Eileen Morley's report
on "Careers for Women in Business Administration"
- 822. Harvard University: Governing Boards: votes opening Harvard's awards and prizes to
- 823. Harvard University: GSAS: graduate fellowships for women
- 824. Harvard University: William Leahy: re change in budgeting, systems due to pooled financial
- 825. Hilles Library: Lamont-Hilles Study Committee reports
- 826. Houses: general: function of Houses; numbers of men and women in 3 Radcliffe Houses;
guidelines for maintaining m-f ratio; letter to Crimson re student option to change
houses; co-residential freshman year experiment.
- 827. Houses: Currier: disagreement over dark room
- 828. Houses: North: furnishings, personnel
- 829. Houses: South: housing survey, etc.
- 830. Institute: fact sheets, tables, financial statements; Hans Rosen Laupt about careers
of Institute fellows, Jean Blumen on new directions for the Institute, Harvey Brooks
on fellowship for women in applied sciences, Ann Caldwell on career counseling; Advisory
- 831. I-J: insurance and proposal to Johnson Foundation re: program for health care
- 832. H/R Joint Budget Committee: recommendations, financial tables, minutes
- 833. Joint Committee (with Harvard): minutes cover such issues as: fund raising, housing,
Search Committee, Institute, status of women, constitution of RUS, SDS
- 835. Kendall Foundation: card file of recipients of grants
- 836. L-M: Landscaping Embellishment Fund; Susan Storey Lyman's CV; with Sylvia Simmons
re: Martin Luther King Scholarship Fund; Bunting-Smith's statement of support for
George McGovern, also proposal for National Service Foundation; Charles Merrill; Doris
J. Mitchell: report to Black students and staff at Radcliffe concerning future of
Black students at H-R etc.
- 837. Merger: 1971 H/R Agreement and appendices; bookeeping remarks; Rachel Duane's application
for the Bowdoin Prize.
- 838. N: National Science Foundation's part-time fellowships for women; with University
of North Carolina re: Continuing Education; re: Notable American Women, remarks by L.H. Butterfield at publication party.
- 839. New England Colleges Fund: alumnae participation in annual giving
- 840. O-P: Observatory Hill option; installation of organ in Agassiz living room; letters
to parents; Princeton press release on Bunting-Smith's new position as Assistant to
the President for Special Projects; Puerta Rican Students Federation.
- 842. Publishing Procedures Course
- 843. R: Radcliffe Union of Students' new constitution; Sally Reston; David Riesman; Committee
on Rights and Responsibilities: list of students asked to leave; Rockefeller Foundation:
includes letter from Phyllis Keller, Gail Thain Parkers's research on Charlotte Perkins
Gilman, and post-doctoral fellowships for women; Alice S. Rossi.
- 844. Radcliffe Clubs, including Atlanta, Southern California, and Cleveland
- 845. S: Sanctuary: program in Cambridge; Elizabeth Schlesinger re: gift of Notable American Women; Shared Experience: program, work with a carpenter etc., Western Electric involvement;
Shelley Memorial Award: John Malcolm Brinnin as Judge; Ruth P. Smith: re Alice Naumburg
Proskauer Fund; SDS re: application to hold National Convention at Harvard; Summer
Secretarial School: H-R operation.
- 846. Schlesinger Library: National Historical Publications Records Commission (NHPRC),
publications, projects on history of women in US
- 847. Search Committee: presidential search chaired by Helen Gilbert
- 848. Seven Colleges: roster of professional women
- 849. T: Merze Tate re: her book "The Disarmament Illusion," her gift, paintings, biography;
Harmand Teplow: offer of Klotz violin; Barbara Tuchman.
- 850. Trustees - general: notes on future of Board, reports of Director of Radcliffe College
Fund, annual report of RCAA
- 851. Unions: Radcliffe charged with unfair labor practices
- 852. V: Emily Hanke Van Lee's criticism of Racliffe experiences and proposal for book on
young children; Venezuelan women's seminar group.
- 853. W: Womens's Conference, "Women: Resource for a Changing World," Bunting-Smith speech,
- 854. W-X: George Wald: biography, resignation from Board of Trustees; 20 Walker Street;
107 Walker Street, rental and use; Henry Ellis Warren, commemorative stamp in his
memory; Catherine Williston.
- 855. Radcliffe Clubs, Ann Arbor-Chicago. Reports of visits; most by Bunting-Smith, some
by Dorothea Hanna, ca. 1962-1971.
- 856. Radcliffe Clubs, Cincinnati-Hawaii. Reports of visits; most by Bunting-Smith, some
by Dorothea Hanna, ca. 1962-1971.
- 857. Radcliffe Clubs, Houston-Nashville. Reports of visits; most by Bunting-Smith, some
by Dorothea Hanna, ca. 1962-1971.
- 858. Radcliffe Clubs, New Hampshire-Old Colony (Massachusetts). Reports of visits; most
by Bunting-Smith, some by Dorothea Hanna, ca. 1962-1971.
- 859. Radcliffe Clubs, Peninsula (Palo Alto)-Rochester. Reports of visits; most by Bunting-Smith,
some by Dorothea Hanna, ca. 1962-1971.
- 860. Radcliffe Clubs, St. Louis-Worcester (Ohio). Reports of visits; most by Bunting-Smith,
some by Dorothea Hanna, ca. 1962-1971.
- 861. Appointment books, 1960-1961
- 862. Appointment books, 1961-1962
- 863. Appointment books, 1962-1964
- 864. Appointment books, 1964-1965
- 865. Appointment books, 1965-1966
- 866. Appointment books, 1966-1968
- 867. Appointment books, 1968-1972
Women scientists--United States
Bingham, Mary Caperton, 1904-1995
Bok, Derek Curtis
Bruce, Ailsa Mellon, 1901-1969
Cabot, Thomas D. (Thomas Dudley), 1897-1995
Comstock, Ada Louise
Daniels, Mabel W. (Mabel Wheeler), 1878-1971
Graham, Katharine, 1917-2001
Hilles, Susan Morse
Hobby, Oveta Culp, 1901-1995
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973
Lasker, Mary Woodward
Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, 1906-2001
Murray, Pauli, 1910-1985
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994
Park, Maud Wood, 1871-1955
Pusey, Nathan M. (Nathan Marsh), 1907-2001
Radcliffe College--Alumni and alumnae
Radcliffe College--Funds and scholarships
Radcliffe College. Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute
Reston, James, 1909-1995
Richardson, Elliot L., 1920-1999
Rockefeller, David, 1915-
Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Arthur Meier), 1888-1965
Travers, P. L. (Pamela Lyndon), 1899-1996
Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim.