Records of the Radcliffe College Office of Public Information, 1923-2005
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Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
152 linear feet (39 cartons, 71 file boxes, 60 folio+ boxes)
Series 2. Unmounted clippings, 1928-1999, chronologically arranged, and within years, arranged by subject; 12 cartons and 11 file boxes.
Series 3. Releases, 1934-2000, arranged chronologically, includes texts of commencement speeches and baccalaureate sermons, 1934, 1938-1952, 1960/1961, 1980-1981. 7 cartons, 9 file boxes
Series 4. Scrapbooks (mounted clippings), 1926-1958; 58 vols, wrapped and labeled, each with a number: arranged chronologically and then by subject or geographically within subjects; 59 folio+ boxes
Series 5. There is no series 5.
Series 6. Correspondence and Papers, 1929-1970, arranged in folders according to subject matter; 2 cartons
Series 7. Correspondence and Papers, 1940-2005, arranged alphabetically by subject. 7 cartons, 37 file boxes
Series 8. Centennial News (later Second Century and Radcliffe News), correspondence, memos, clippings and releases, arranged alphabetically, 1969-1989, 2 cartons, 2 file boxes
Series 9. Radcliffe Quarterly, correspondence, financial records, reprints, permissions, 1942-1999. 3 cartons, 7 file boxes, 1 folio+ folder
Series 10. Presidency of Linda S. Wilson: inauguration publicity, commencement packets, Radcliffe publications annotated by Linda S. Wilson, President's letters [mass mailings], 1990-1998. R1999-CR16. 1 file box
Series 11. Communications Office, 1980-1998. 6 cartons
- Radcliffe College. Office of Public Information. Records of the Radcliffe College Office of Public Information, 1923-2005: A Finding Aid
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