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Overview The Balch Photographs and Travel Ephemera Collection consists of forty-four bound photograph albums and twenty-seven boxes of primarily visual material related to the world travels of Janet Jacks Balch and Allan Christopher Balch during the 1910s-1930s.
Dates: 1912 - 1943; Majority of material found within 1920 - 1930
Abstract The Elizabeth Paull Bunje Papers include correspondence, notes, schedules, maps, photographs, course catalogs, financial records, newspaper clippings, poetry, class reunion memorabilia, a diploma, and other materials documenting Bunje's experience during and after her time at Scripps College from 1927-1931.
Abstract The Virginia Judy Esterly Papers contain correspondence, documents, newspaper clippings, periodicals, printed material, pamphlets, and ephemera that document Mrs. Esterly's varied interests in women. The items reflect her interest in domestic workers and household employment, and the national effort to organize these women into unions in the period between the First and Second World Wars. As a Scripps College faculty member and administrator, Mrs. Esterly's syllabi and lectures on her course on...
Abstract The Ruth George Collection of T.S. Eliot (1888–1965) is comprised of inscribed books, manuscripts, and memorabilia given to Scripps College by Emily Hale, former faculty member at Scripps and life-long friend of T. S. Eliot. A commemorative accumulation of documents having direct or tangential relation to Eliot’s visit was initiated by Emily Hale in 1945, when she indicated her wish to have created, at the Ella Strong Denison library in honor of her friend, Ruth George, a collection devoted to...
Overview The Marianne Moore (1887-1972) papers include photos, correspondence, articles, writings, and interviews related to the life and work of the American poet. Her cousin, Mary Louise Schneeberger, had a daughter named Paula who attended Scripps and graduated in 1956. That same year, Moore visited the campus in October. She maintained a close friendship with Denison Librarian Dorothy Drake, and the two wrote to each other extensively during the 1950s and 1960s. Box 1 of the collection was assembled...
Dates: Majority of material found in 1925-1983, and undated
Abstract Compiled by Katherine Gillette Osborne (1847–1943), who was both the founder and resident director of the Boston Students’ Union from 1910 until her death in 1943, the Katherine Gillette Osborne Collection includes two religious manuscripts of either southeast Asian or Middle Eastern origin and four scrapbooks, containing maps, photographs, correspondence with several government officials, and select art documenting Osborne's travels in Quebec, Switzerland from 1910-1932, and India, Pakistan,...
Overview The Suzanne Macpherson Papers include correspondence, photographs, periodicals, journals, notebooks, manuscripts, and artifacts documenting Macpherson's experience as an American Red Cross Clubmobile girl during World War II from 1941-1945, and her subsequent travels and career as an author.
Dates: 1915-1970, and undated