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[Students seated in Graduate Student Center lounge area] , [circa 1950] Digital

image Identifier: HUV, HUV 211, Folder 4 of 9, HUV 211 Folder 4, Image 7
Scope of the Views: The images in this series chiefly depict the Harvard environment, places where the Harvard community studies, teaches, works, researches, or lives. Rarely, images may be other two-dimensional images such as engravings, drawings, or paintings, or photographic reproductions of such two-dimensional artwork. Images listed here are 11x14 inches in size or smaller.

Students, [Seniors, Class of 1783, Juniors, Class of 1784, 1782-1783] Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 102Identifier: UAIII 50.15.60, UAIII 50.15.60, Volume 25,
Scope of the Collection: The library charging records offer insight into the reading habits and intellectual life of New England's most educated thinkers in the era when Boston earned the title, "the Athens of America." Book borrowers include Harvard faculty and students, tutors, overseers, proctors, administrators, and employees. New Englanders who were not officially affiliated with Harvard also had borrowing privileges. These include prominent clergy, jurists, lawyers, doctors, educators, and civic leaders. ...

Students, [Seniors, Class of 1785, Juniors, Class of 1786, 1784 September-1785 June] Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 105Identifier: UAIII 50.15.60, UAIII 50.15.60, Volume 28,
Scope of the Collection: The library charging records offer insight into the reading habits and intellectual life of New England's most educated thinkers in the era when Boston earned the title, "the Athens of America." Book borrowers include Harvard faculty and students, tutors, overseers, proctors, administrators, and employees. New Englanders who were not officially affiliated with Harvard also had borrowing privileges. These include prominent clergy, jurists, lawyers, doctors, educators, and civic leaders. ...

Students, [Seniors, Class of 1788, Juniors, Class of 1789, 1787 July-1788 June] Digital

Item — unspecified: Box 107Identifier: UAIII 50.15.60, UAIII 50.15.60, Volume 32,
Scope of the Collection: The library charging records offer insight into the reading habits and intellectual life of New England's most educated thinkers in the era when Boston earned the title, "the Athens of America." Book borrowers include Harvard faculty and students, tutors, overseers, proctors, administrators, and employees. New Englanders who were not officially affiliated with Harvard also had borrowing privileges. These include prominent clergy, jurists, lawyers, doctors, educators, and civic leaders. ...

Students. Student essays about Palmer Memorial Institute, ms., 1931-1946, n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: A-146; M-92, 74.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection provides information about Charlotte Hawkins Brown's life and activities, about Palmer Memorial Institute, and particularly about Brown's continuing struggle to enlarge the school, the financial problems she encountered, and her constant fund-raising efforts. Series I, Personal and biographical, contains biographical material by Charlotte Hawkins Brown and by others, including an incomplete draft of an unpublished biography of Brown by Ceci Jenkins. There are also...

[Students studying at table in library.],, 1957?. Digital

Item — Box: S017.50Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00115, 00116, Image: 00116.039
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs, negatives, slides, and photomechanical prints of Boston Medical Library officers, librarians, members, events, library materials, and buildings. Images depict building exteriors at 5 Hamilton Place, 19 Boylston Place, and 8 The Fenway; interior views of 19 Boylston Place and 8 The Fenway; events and meetings; and library materials including books, book plates, and library catalogs. Unless noted all images are black and white.

[Students working in chemistry laboratory],, 1960. Digital

Item — Box: S005.23Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00096a, Image: 00096.078
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs, lantern slides, negatives and photomechanical prints depicting interiors of Harvard Medical School buildings at locations on North Grove Street (1847-1883), Boylston Street (1883-1906) and Longwood Avenue (1906-present). Included are images of Warren Anatomical Museum artifacts stored at the North Grove Street location; early images of laboratories at 688 Boylston Street; and later images of laboratories, classrooms, libraries, and other interior spaces...

Students working in the fields, 1911, 1923, n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 426, 397.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection has been divided into three series: Papers of Anna Gladding, Papers of Miriam Van Waters, and Photographs.Series I, Papers of Anna Gladding, #1-196, documents Gladding's work at the reformatory, largely in the nursery. There are also printed materials (mostly clippings) collected by Gladding, most of which pertain to the accusations, trial, dismissal, and subsequent reinstatement of Van Waters. The clippings have been photocopied and discarded. There are many letters...

Studies: "A study of 400 'problem' girls placed by the VAB, with special attention to the sex delinquents," Barnard College student, 1925, typescript. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 389, 15.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains administrative records; correspondence; studies, reports, printed material, and reprints about the Vocational Adjustment Bureau's work by Vocational Adjustment Bureau staff and graduate students; studies and reprints on related mental hygiene and vocational education issues, and miscellaneous reprints, clippings, and photographs.There was no apparent order when the collection was received. The arrangement that emerges from the material is a mainly...

Studin, Charles H., recipient. 1 letter; 1924., 1924. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Lowell 19-19.4, MS Lowell 19.1, (1249)
Scope and Contents: Correspondence is with American and English poets as well as other literary figures. The collection includes letters to Amy Lowell from approximately 1400 different correspondents, copies of her outgoing letters (chiefly after 1913), some correspondence between others, and letters of condolence received by Lowell's companion, Ada Russell, and members of Lowell's family upon her death. Finally, there is a small amount of printed ephemera from organizations in which Lowell was involved.