Principals and Presidents Biographical Files ca. 1875-

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Principals and Presidents Biographical Files RG 4. 2., ca. 1875-

Principals and Presidents Biographical Files ca. 1875-

Mount Holyoke College Principals and Presidents Biographical Files, ca. 1875-, contain correspondence, curriculum vitae and resumes, press releases, books, newspaper and magazine articles, writings, recollections, genealogical information, obituaries, tributes, notes, audiocassettes, video recordings, DVDs, compact discs, and photographs relating to individuals who have served as principals and presidents of the College.

10 boxes; (3.125 linear ft.)

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