Connecticut College for Women
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs accumulated by Ann Beck, class of 1955, while a student at Connecticut College.
Correspondence, notes, and fundraising material documenting Colin Sherman Buell’s role in the founding of Connecticut College.
An artificial collection of material documenting the development of the Connecticut College campus, including architectural plans, building specifications, correspondence, fundraising material, and planning records.
This collection includes a scrapbook and photographs of Jean Carroll Siefke, Connecticut College class of 1949. There are also some materials from the 10th reunion of the class of 1949, held in June 1960.
Correspondence, planning minutes and notes, research, reporting, and press pertaining to Connecticut College’s transition to coeducation, 1968-1989.
Materials relating to the work of the Board of Trustees, including agendas, meeting minutes, committee records, individual trustee files, and Secretary of the Board record books, 1911-1994.
Correspondence, meeting minutes and reports, and incorporation documentation of Connecticut College for Men, 1959-1969.
Scrapbook of Nancy Noyes Thayer, class of 1947, covering her four years at Connecticut College.
Correspondence, reports, and press material kept by William Reeves and relating to the resignations of Frederick Sykes and Benjamin Marshall in 1917 and 1928.
This collection is primarily letters written by Jane McLane Smith Moody, class of 1949, to her family while she was a student at Connecticut College. It also contains her academic transcript from the College.