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Call No.: SC 41
Repository: Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Creator: Mary Ernst Archibald, 1882-1975
Title: Scrapbook of Mary Ernst Archibald, 1899-1903
Quantity: .21 linear feet (1/2 file box)
Language of materials: Materials in English.
Abstract: Scrapbook of Mary Ernst Archibald, Radcliffe College Class of 1903.
Mary Ernst Archibald taught high school in Beverly (1902-1904, 1905-1908) and in Bridgewater (1904-1905) before her marriage to Warren Seymour Archibald, a clergyman, in 1908. She was an active church volunateer, especially as a teacher in the church school. She was at one time a director and secretary of the Hartford Orphan Asylum (now known as Childrens' Village in Hartford). As Director of the Lady Doak College of India Funds Corp., Archibald went to India in 1956 to dedicate "Archibald House" at the college. She was also Director and President of the Hartford branch of the McAll mission and a member of the Friday Morning Club of Hartford.
The scrapbook contains programs, tickets, invitations (both manuscript and printed), photographs, and newspaper clippings.
- Botany, 1898-1899; 32
- Choral Society, program, 1902; 24
- Class of 1903, Secretary's report #1, 1908; 33
- Classical Club, program, 1902; 30
- Deutscher Verein, program, 1901; 17
- Emmanuel Club, program, 1909; 15
- English A, 1900; 4
- Glee Club, programs, 1898;26; 1899;6; 1900;18; 1901;19
- Idler Club, program, 1900; 9
- La Rose, Pierre (drawing and correspondence), 1900; 4
- Dramatics, "She Held Her Tongue", 1900; 8
- Fay House, 1900; 1
- Students, 1900; 7