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COLLECTION Identifier: RG II, Series 4

Records of Radcliffe College President Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith, 1960-1972

Official Radcliffe College correspondence, reports, minutes, etc., of Mary Bunting-Smith, professor and fifth president of Radcliffe College.

Dates

  • 1960-1972

Language of Materials

Materials in English.

Access Restrictions:

Access. Records are closed for 50 years from date of creation except with the permission of the Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Student records are closed for 80 years from the time of separation. Some folders (#105, 223, 287, 711) marked closed in the inventory are an exception to the rules. Material removed from folders 62, 69, 85, 90, 95, 97, 99, 106, 121, 127, 129, 132, 216, 237, 243, 251, 304, 338, 364, 365, 369, 378, 393, 450, 454, 494, 504, 516, 565, 568, 578, 590, 626, 636, 640, 650, 661, 676, 677, 678, 701, 703, 713, 724, 739, 768, 773, 776a, 843 is closed for 80 years. Appointment may be required. Contact public services.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright. Copyright in the records of Radcliffe College President Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith is held by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. Copyright in other papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns.

Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.

Extent

23 linear feet (55 file boxes)

This collection consists of the official correspondence, reports, and memoranda of the president's office, 1959-1972, and is arranged alphabetically by academic year. The materials document the innovative programs and restructuring of Radcliffe carried out by President Bunting. Included are enthusiastic letters in response to the creation of the Radcliffe Institute from alumnae and members of the general public. Correspondence with Harvard documents the opening of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Harvard Business School to women (1963), the award of the Harvard degree to women (1963), and the progress of merger negotiations, 1969-1972. Alumnae reaction to merger, which was largely negative, is also well documented in letters and memoranda.

Fundraising reports and correspondence follow the progress of the Program for Radcliffe, the capital campaign 1967-1970, which aimed to raise thirty million and succeeded in raising ten million dollars. The records of disciplinary committees, including the Harvard Committee of Fifteen, chart the course of student protest, 1967-1970. Also included are annual reports of many Radcliffe programs, comparative admissions statistics for the Seven Colleges, and papers concerning the transformation of student government from Student Government Association (SGA) to Radcliffe Government Association (RGA), to Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS).

There are speeches and scientific papers written by Bunting-Smith and correspondence relating to Bunting-Smith's service on the AEC and the President's Commission on the Status of Women.

BIOGRAPHY

Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith, geneticist and fifth president of Radcliffe, was born in Brooklyn, New York on July 10, 1910, the daughter of Henry A. and Mary (Shotwell) Ingraham. She received her A.B. from Vassar (1931) and her A.M. (1932) and Ph.D (1934) in Bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin. In 1937, Bunting-Smith married Henry Bunting of the Yale University School of Medicine. They had one daughter and three sons.

Bunting-Smith served as an instructor at Bennington College (1936-1937) and Goucher College (1937-1938), as research assistant (1938-1940) and lecturer on Microbiology (1948-1955) at Yale, and lecturer on Botany at Wellesley College (1946-1947). After her husband's death in 1954, she became Dean of Douglass College at Rutgers University and Professor of Bacteriology (1955-1959). She was President of Radcliffe College and lecturer on Biology at Harvard (1960-1972). She took a leave to serve on the United States Atomic Energy Commission (1964-1965) during which period Helen Gilbert was Acting President.

President Bunting introduced many new programs and radically changed the structure of Radcliffe during her presidency. In 1961 she formed the Radcliffe Institute (now Bunting Institute), a research center for post-graduate women to help reverse what she called the "climate of unexpectation for women." Among its first one hundred and eighty-eight fellows (1961-1971), seventy-six went on to college teaching or administration in fifty-six different institutions. Two years later she closed the Radcliffe Graduate School and the Harvard/Radcliffe Program in Business Administration when the Harvard Graduate School and Business School opened their doors to women. She created a new residential house system for undergraduates, 1961-1962, by grouping the dormitories into North, South, and East (later Currier House.)

In 1967 Bunting-Smith launched a capital campaign, a Program for Radcliffe which successfully raised ten million by 1970 to renovate the Quad houses, construct Currier House, renovate the old college library for the Bunting Institute and the Schlesinger Library, and expand financial aid.

The period from 1967 to 1970 saw escalating student protests against the Vietnam war. Radcliffe students were involved in protesting against recruiting by the Dow Chemical Co. (October 25, 1967). They participated in a sit-in at Paine Hall (December 12, 1968) demanding an end to Reserve Officer Training at Harvard (ROTC), the occupation of University Hall (April 9, 1969), a noisy sit-in in President Bunting's office in Fay House to protest the punishment meted out to Radcliffe women after the Paine Hall incident, and a university-wide strike. Other protests included a hunger strike for off-campus living (Spring, 1968) and a confrontation over Black admissions (Fall, 1968). Students joined Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) to stop Harvard's expansion into low-income neighborhoods and to advocate an Afro-American Studies Department. Others joined Bread and Roses an off-campus women's liberation organization.

President Bunting was sympathetic to the need to increase the numbers of Black students and raised the minimum number of admits to thirty in 1969. She also believed that merger with Harvard was the only strategy for solving the serious inequities for women students in housing, financial aid, access to tutors, and in recreational facilities. The majority of the students were pressing for co-residence (the creation of co-residential houses) and President Pusey was unwilling to consider co-residence without merger of college offices relating to students. Alumnae were suspicious of the merger and their negative reactions led in 1971 to an agreement between Harvard and Radcliffe known as the "non-merger merger" instead of the corporate merging of the two institutions. The Harvard and Radcliffe houses became co-residential and were operated by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS). The President of Radcliffe was made a member of the FAS and Council of Deans, the Radcliffe Dean's Office was closed and the Radcliffe Administrative Board merged with Harvard's. Radcliffe administered its own ("retained") programs including the Career Services, Bunting Institute, Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Seminars, Alumnae Office and, until 1975, Admissions and Financial Aid Offices. Administration of the college library, student life, athletics, dance and other extra-curricular programs and some business operations (payroll, accounting, dining halls, and buildings and grounds) were transferred to Harvard. All tuition and income from endowment were transferred to Harvard except for income restricted to the retained programs. These arrangements were essentially confirmed by the new agreement of 1977.

Following her retirement from Radcliffe, Bunting-Smith served as an adviser to the president of Princeton for coeducation. She returned to Cambridge to marry Dr. Clement Smith and after his death in 1988 moved to New Hampshire.

Bunting-Smith was named Woman of the Year in 1960 and received honorary degrees from Wheaton, Smith, Douglass, Goucher, and Radcliffe Colleges and the Western College for Women, as well as the University of Wisconsin, Princeton, Yale, Northeastern, Tufts, and Harvard Universities.

Physical Location

Collection stored off site: researchers must request access 36 hours before use.

Related Materials

There is related material at the Schlesinger Library; see Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith Papers, 1926-2002 (MC 564 ).

CONTAINER LIST

  1. Box 1: 1-12
  2. Box 2: 13-26
  3. Box 3: 27-49
  4. Box 4: 50-73
  5. Box 5: 74-93
  6. Box 6: 94-108
  7. Box 7: 109-124
  8. Box 8: 125-131
  9. Box 9: 132-150
  10. Box 10: 151-166
  11. Box 11: 167-184
  12. Box 12: 185-198
  13. Box 13: 199-219
  14. Box 14: 220-236
  15. Box 15: 237-244
  16. Box 16: 245-261
  17. Box 17: 262-281
  18. Box 18: 282-304
  19. Box 19: 305-322
  20. Box 20: 323-333
  21. Box 21: 334-348
  22. Box 22: 349-359
  23. Box 23: 360-368
  24. Box 24: 369-379
  25. Box 25: 380-391
  26. Box 26: 392-404
  27. Box 27: 405-415
  28. Box 28: 416-434
  29. Box 29: 435-457
  30. Box 30: 458-475
  31. Box 31: 476-491
  32. Box 32: 492-505
  33. Box 33: 506-520
  34. Box 34: 521-536
  35. Box 35: 537-553
  36. Box 36: 554-573
  37. Box 37: 574-587
  38. Box 38: 588-596
  39. Box 39: 597-615
  40. Box 40: 616-627
  41. Box 41: 628-647
  42. Box 42a: 648-663
  43. Box 42b: 664-679
  44. Box 43: 680-696
  45. Box 44: 697-714
  46. Box 45a: 715-719
  47. Box 45b: 720-727
  48. Box 46: 728-742
  49. Box 47: 743-759
  50. Box 48: 760-776a
  51. Box 49: 777-793
  52. Box 50: 794-811
  53. Box 51: 812-838
  54. Box 52: 839-854
  55. Box 53: 855-860
  56. Box 54: 861-867
  57. Box 55: Closed folders and closed material removed from folders.
INDEX Index of major correspondents and topics. Offices and programs at Radcliffe are filed under their most recent names.
INDEX
  1. Abernathy, Fred and Ann Marie 735, 766
  2. Abramowicz, Janet 735
  3. Abramovitz, Max 168, 177, 258, 267, 340, 401, 446, 564
  4. Acquisitions Committee 268, 341, 401, 447
  5. Ackerman, James 626
  6. Adams, Arthur 167
  7. Adams, Florence 74
  8. Adams, Muriel Haynes 74
  9. Adams, Ruth 167
  10. Administrative Board 1, 75, 169, 269, 325, 342, 448
  11. Admissions Office 1, 10, 28 62, 76, 82, 170, 185, 270, 333, 343, 360, 401, 450, 506, 556, 565, 619, 621, 681, 737, 795
  12. Affirmative Action 706, 761, 794
  13. Afro-American Studies 684
  14. Agassiz, Elizabeth Cary 64
  15. Agassiz, George R. 22, 138
  16. Agassiz House 3, 266, 344, 339, 402, 794, 840
  17. Agassiz theatre 167
  18. Albro, Mary 715, 794
  19. Alcoa gift 401
  20. Aldrich, Nelson W. 3, 14, 77, 171, 794
  21. Alice Lloyd College 506
  22. Altschul, Siri von Reis 445, 680, 735
  23. Alumnae Association 4, 78, 94, 172, 271, 345, 403, 427, 451, 507, 566, 618, 682, 738, 796
  24. Alumnae Council 4, 78, 272, 403
  25. Alumnae Forum 266
  26. Alumnae House 339
  27. American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1, 167, 273, 346
  28. American Association for the Advancement of Science 339
  29. American Association of School Administrators 167
  30. American Association of University Women 71, 79, 127, 173, 274, 401
  31. American Council on Education 1, 81, 97, 167, 192, 275
  32. American Institute of Physics 74
  33. American Women's Association 80
  34. Ann Radcliffe lecture 1, 174
  35. Annual Reports 82
  36. Appian Way 187, 208, 224
  37. Appointment Bureau 5, 10, 82, 83, 176, 276
  38. Armstrong, Florence A., Dr. 1
  39. Art at Radcliffe-see separate list (RG I, series 15 Box 13 #2)
  40. Ash Street Place 3
  41. Athletics 489, 493 (See also Physical Education)
  42. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) 347-350, 360, 452-53, 616, 735
  43. Auerbach, Beatrice Fox 401, 563
  44. Austin, Barbara 749
  45. Ayers, Martha E. 794
  46. Baccalaureate 188, 357, 410, 514, 626, 688, 746, 807
  47. Back to Radcliffe Day 179
  48. Bailey, Katherine 84
  49. Babbidge, Homer 158
  50. Baker, Christina Hopkinson 6
  51. Baker, George Pierce 277, 299
  52. Baldwin School in Philadelphia 277
  53. Ballard, Frederic L. 739
  54. Bank Street College of Education 180
  55. Barnard Hall 84
  56. Barnes property 6
  57. Barrett, Florence 6
  58. Barron, Jennie Loitman 178
  59. Bartholomew, Susan 523
  60. Baruch, (Bernard M.) Study on the Impact of Higher Education on Women 178
  61. Basye, Cheryl Renee 739
  62. Baxter, Richard R. (Mr. and Mrs.) 404, 568, 620
  63. Baylor University 404
  64. Beadle, Muriel 178
  65. Beal, Thaddeus 187
  66. Beatley, Catherine B. 774
  67. Beer, Samuel 121
  68. Beinecke, Walter 199, 220
  69. Belisle, Ruth Macloon 178
  70. Benjamin, Roberta 1962, 774
  71. Bennett, Mary 797
  72. Bennington College 454
  73. Berkeley, Joseph L. 739
  74. Bettelheim, Bruno 426
  75. Bibring, Grete L. 121, 508, 568, 683, 739, 797
  76. Bingham, Henry R. 50
  77. Bingham, Mary Caperton 121, 683, 739
  78. Bird, Mrs. Clarence 178
  79. Black Students 381, 419, 568, 617, 621, 664, 684, 701, 703, 740, 798, 836
  80. Blum, John 121
  81. Blumen, Jean 797, 830
  82. Blustein, Bonnie E. 797
  83. Board of Management 345, 402
  84. Bohlen, Charles E. 92
  85. Bok, Derek C. 818
  86. Bok, Sissela 797
  87. Bond, Helen 6
  88. Bonney, Theresa 178
  89. Boston NOW: 718
  90. Bowen, William 802
  91. Boyle, Kay 568
  92. Brachman, Judith Yenkin 1960, 774
  93. Bramson, Lee and Elizabeth 454
  94. Brattle Street, #55 454
  95. Brattle Street, #76 584
  96. Brattle Street, #83 85
  97. Briggs (Isobel L.) Travelling Fellowships 404
  98. Britton, J. Boyd 404, 715, 794
  99. Brooke, Edward W. 620
  100. Brooks, Harvey 830
  101. Brown, Percy W., Scholarship 6
  102. Brown University 719, 737
  103. Bruce, Ailsa Mellon 568, 620, 683, 701
  104. Bruner, Jerome S. 683, 764
  105. Buck, Paul 497
  106. Buckingham House 76, 178
  107. Budget 7-10, 86, 181, 280, 405, 741, 799, 832
  108. Buildings and Grounds 9, 508, 800
  109. Bullitt, Katherine M. 774
  110. Bullitt, Sarah 599
  111. Bundy, Mary Lothrop 178, 568
  112. Bundy, McGeorge 2, 28, 110, 121, 812
  113. Bunting Institute (formerly Radcliffe Institute for Independent Study) 71, 74, 120-23, 214, 219-20, 232, 260-62, 291, 305-06, 372-23, 422, 471, 477, 534, 593, 596, 648, 709, 732, 761, 768, 773, 789, 830
  114. Bunting, Mary Ingraham 6, 11-12, 20, 22, 106, 151, 178, 183, 256, 279, 347-48, 351, 360, 415, 452, 469-70, 483, 531, 554, 569, 642, 742, 840
  115. Bunting, Mary Ingraham, Honorary Degrees and awards 23, 59, 161, 315, 353, 381, 415, 444, 622
  116. Bunting, Mary Ingraham, speeches, writings 13, 67, 79, 85, 129, 132, 146, 151, 158, 164, 258-59, 261, 272, 277, 284, 315, 351, 406, 421, 451, 460, 489, 496, 504, 507, 563, 567, 572, 626, 683, 688, 696, 735, 749, 776, 801, 807, 853
  117. Bunting, Mary Ingraham, teaching 11, 27, 87, 182, 259-60, 278, 352, 406
  118. Bunting, Mary Ingraham, travel 88, 146, 263, 327
  119. Bureau of International Research 184
  120. Burr, Francis H. 739
  121. Bush, Susan Hilles 404
  122. Business Office 82, 226
  123. Buttenweiser, Elizabeth 683
  124. Cabot Hall 13
  125. Cabot, Thomas Dudley 185, 510, 623, 743
  126. Cade, Alex T. 743
  127. Calderwood, Stan 170
  128. Caldwell, Ann 830
  129. Cam, Helen Maud 185
  130. Camden Educational Foundation 457
  131. Campbell and Aldrich, Architects 3, 14
  132. Cannon Award 353
  133. Cannon Fellowship 685
  134. Cannon, Cornelia James 407
  135. Cannon, Walter B. 23, 121
  136. Capital Fund Campaign 511-12, 528, 530, 570, 625, 686
  137. Carnegie Corporation 353
  138. Carnegie Institute of Technology 185
  139. Carpenter, Liz 510
  140. Cedar Hill Conference 90, 185, 281, 353, 407, 457, 510, 570
  141. Chamberlain, Samuel and Narcissa 623
  142. Chayes, Antonia Handler 13, 90, 240, 323, 457
  143. Cheek, Jeanette 623
  144. Chodakowska, Elzbieta 504, 803
  145. Church Street Garage 13
  146. Civil Rights 355
  147. Clark University 186
  148. Class of 1905 13
  149. Class of 1951, 1954, 1956 62
  150. Class of 1959 5
  151. Class of 1961 97
  152. Class of 1964 76
  153. Class of 1971 583
  154. Claugus, Mary 714
  155. Clementi piano 268
  156. Cochran, Jacqueline 13
  157. Coffin, William Sloan 626
  158. Colyton, Lady 743
  159. Comer, Margaret 743
  160. Commencement 15, 92, 188, 221, 357, 410, 451, 460, 514-15, 572, 626, 688, 746, 807
  161. Commission on Non-Traditional Study 808
  162. Committee on Rights and Responsibilities at Harvard 728, 782, 843
  163. Committee on Status of Women in FAS 743, 761
  164. Commission on the Education of Women 81, 167, 192
  165. Commonwealth Fund 685
  166. Comptroller 358, 411, 461, 573, 627, 689, 747, 809
  167. Comstock, Ada Louise (See Notes in, Ada Louise Comstock)
  168. Comstock Hall 13
  169. Conant, James Bryant 570
  170. Concord Avenue, #245 624
  171. Conlon Fellowships 13
  172. Constable, Giles 369, 591, 803
  173. Continuing Education 454
  174. Coolidge, Catherine 743
  175. Coolidge, Charles Allerton 581
  176. Coolidge, Charles C. 94, 186
  177. Coolidge Scholarship Fund 13
  178. Co-operative Houses 25, 93, 189
  179. Co-operative Living 1, 189
  180. Cope Committee Report 507
  181. Corcoran, Margaret Jeannette, Scholarship 13
  182. Co-residence 597, 624, 629, 642, 651, 683, 687, 803
  183. Council 17-18, 94-95, 190-91, 286, 301, 359-60, 412-13, 462-63, 516-17, 568, 574-75, 614, 628-29, 690, 748, 810
  184. Council for Financial Aid to Education 361, 414, 464
  185. Council for Small Colleges 13
  186. Cowen, Ann Ronell 408
  187. Cox, Archibald 457, 761
  188. Cox, Gardner 743, 783
  189. Coyle, Constance 245
  190. Crary, Catherine S. 91
  191. Cronkhite Graduate Center 585, 641, 759, 816
  192. Cronkhite, Bernice Brown 19, 71, 96, 281, 510, 524, 743, 803
  193. Cummings, Willard W. 13
  194. Currier, Audrey Bruce 13, 510, 732, 749
  195. Currier House 13, 599, 610, 620, 630, 683, 749, 764, 773, 780, 789, 827
  196. Dabney, Oliver, Prize 137
  197. Dakin, Susanna 192
  198. Danforth Foundation 691
  199. Daniels Hall 446, 465, 519
  200. Daniels, Mabel Wheeler 20, 97, 192, 362, 415, 465, 519, 750
  201. David, Opal D. 81, 192
  202. Davies, Margaret 750
  203. Davison, Archibald 192
  204. Day Care 691, 761, 780, 810-11
  205. Dean, Vera Micheles 121
  206. Deichmann, Elizabeth 192, 465, 518, 576
  207. Delacorte Foundation 691
  208. Dell Publishing Co. 691
  209. Demos, Raphael 92
  210. Decker, Nancy 259
  211. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 251, 415
  212. Development 9, 258
  213. Dinesen, Isak 362
  214. Dining Halls 82, 577, 632, 638, 693, 697, 811
  215. Diploma 97, 287
  216. Doering Trust 691
  217. Donovan, Frances Cooper-Marshal 415
  218. Dormitories 37, 224, 258, 520, 633, 694, 751
  219. Douglass College 20, 97, 576
  220. DuBois, Cora 287, 362, 415, 576, 631
  221. Drugs 729
  222. Duke University 415, 465, 631
  223. Dunlop, John 819
  224. East House 334, 383, 396
  225. Education for Action 451, 469, 522-23, 531, 580, 635, 696, 699, 753, 813
  226. Educational Research and Development Panel 290
  227. Educational Services Inc. 365
  228. Educational Testing Service 365
  229. Eliot, Abigail Adams 524
  230. Eliot, Martha May 416, 539
  231. Elliott, Kathleen 21, 468, 715
  232. Emerson, Ruth 365
  233. Endowment Funds 62, 98
  234. Epps, Archie 820
  235. Equal Rights Amendment 315
  236. Esso Education Fund 195, 365, 416, 468
  237. Evans, Robert H. 21
  238. Faculty Row 697, 755, 765, 812
  239. Farlow Herbarium 224
  240. Farnsworth Report 360
  241. Fay Trust (Eugene F.) 635
  242. Fay House 196, 291
  243. Fay, Maria 268
  244. Field House 103, 291
  245. Filippeli, Anthony 22
  246. Finance Committee 22, 100, 197
  247. Financial Aid 13, 82, 99, 524, 637, 698, 756, 814
  248. Food Services 812
  249. Forbes, Anne Pappenheimer 22
  250. Forbes Scholarship (Clara) 22
  251. Ford Foundation 98-99, 153, 196, 291, 469-70, 511-12, 525, 582, 635, 639, 699, 757, 812
  252. Ford, Franklin 196, 298, 370, 420, 473, 530, 589, 644
  253. Founders Award 403, 407, 427, 460, 510, 524, 547, 581, 636, 688, 697, 738, 754
  254. Founders House 22, 500
  255. Fox, John 714
  256. Frank, Lawrence 291
  257. Frankfurter, Estelle S. 524, 581, 754, 812
  258. Franklin, John Hope 460
  259. Freidel, Frank 670
  260. Freshman Advisers 99, 198, 214, 700
  261. Freshman parents 758, 778
  262. Freshman Seminars 11, 29, 87, 278, 352, 405, 456, 509
  263. Friedan, Betty 470
  264. Frost, Paul 3
  265. Gabriel, Robert 200
  266. Galbraith, John Kenneth 23, 101
  267. Garden St., #10 23
  268. Gardiner, Robert H. 3, 22-23, 65, 102, 201, 558
  269. Gates, Ralph B. 103, 202
  270. Gemmell, Edgar M. 527, 715
  271. General Foods 701
  272. Ghirlandaio's Madonna 293
  273. Gilbert, Helen Homans '36 94, 101, 360, 367, 401-44, 542, 701, 715, 816, 847
  274. Gilman, Charlotte Perkins 843
  275. Ginzburg, Eli 526
  276. Glover, Katherine S. 701
  277. Goell, Theresa 367
  278. Goodenough, Ursula 820
  279. Goodman, Emily 759
  280. Gordimer, Nadine 101
  281. Gordon, Albert 817
  282. Gordon Travelling Scholarships 104, 145, 199, 294, 367
  283. Gorelick, Jamie 759, 816
  284. Goucher College 23, 101
  285. Gourley, Ronald 759
  286. Graduate Refectory 24, 101
  287. Graduate School 191, 203, 258, 295, 368, 645, 762, 823
  288. Graduate Society 367
  289. Graduate students 101, 702
  290. Graham, Katherine Meyer 471
  291. Graham, Patricia Albjerg 720, 752, 816
  292. Grant, Jane (H-R Fund for the Study of Woman) 701, 703, 759
  293. Grasso, Ellen 245
  294. Grass Fellowships 23
  295. Grass-Cannon Funds 584
  296. Gray, Francis C. 22-23, 65
  297. Greene-Mercier, Marie Zoe 584, 587, 640
  298. Greenleaf House 24, 101, 584
  299. Gregory, Judith P. 774
  300. Gueron, Judith Mitchell 367
  301. Gurin, Maurice G. 528, 586
  302. Habein, Margaret 90, 106
  303. Haight, Shirley 1943, 774
  304. Hammarskjold, Dag 217, 288, 363, 415, 466, 518
  305. Hammond, Mason 425
  306. Hampton Institute 419
  307. Hanna, Dorothea 529
  308. Hansl, Eva B. 106, 204
  309. Harris, Seymour C. 760
  310. Hartford College 296
  311. Hartung, Maryel 780
  312. Harvard Alumni Bulletin 106
  313. Harvard Archives 277
  314. Harvard College Observatory 23, 106
  315. Harvard Club 817
  316. Harvard Dramatic Club 667
  317. Harvard Faculty 298, 370, 588-89
  318. Harvard General Education Committee 299, 371
  319. Harvard Graduate School of Education 28, 208, 214, 297
  320. Harvard-Radcliffe Administrative Board 706
  321. Harvard-Radcliffe Agreement (See Merger)
  322. Harvard-Radcliffe Day Care Center 817
  323. Harvard-Radcliffe Merger (See Merger)
  324. Harvard-Radcliffe Pottery Studio 766
  325. Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration (HRPBA) 10, 30, 82, 109, 175, 243, 324, 390
  326. Harvard-Radcliffe relationship 25, 114, 216, 296, 473, 530, 743, 761
  327. Harvard-Radcliffe World Federalists 217
  328. Harvard Student Council 25
  329. Harvard Theatre Collection 277
  330. Harvard University 110-11, 205-14, 530-531, 590, 643-46, 704-07, 761, 818-24
  331. Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (See Graduate School)
  332. Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration 205, 243, 299, 821
  333. Harvard University Graduate School of Education 28, 208, 214, 297
  334. Harvard University Preschool 112, 213
  335. Harvard University-Riot April 9, 1969 (See Student Unrest)
  336. Harvard University Summer School 115
  337. Harvard University Extension 116, 209
  338. Harwood, Louise Perry 774
  339. Harwood, Margaret 760
  340. Head Residents 10, 763
  341. Health, Education and Welfare Department (HEW) 67, 122, 158, 532
  342. Hellman, Lillian 122, 220, 760
  343. Helman, Ruth Bocholtz 1943, 774
  344. Hemenway, Abby Maria 33, 48
  345. Herrick, Margaret F. 760
  346. Higonnet, Janet 529
  347. Hilles Library 187, 258, 267, 369, 474, 504, 532, 584, 640, 695, 825
  348. Hilles, Susan Morse 25, 117, 204, 369, 419, 472, 587, 695, 703, 760, 817
  349. Hoar, John 760
  350. Hobby, Oveta Culp 587
  351. Hoffman, Stanley 548
  352. Holburn, Louise 760
  353. Holman, Anna Eveleth Memorial Fund 685
  354. Holmes Hall 42, 107, 204
  355. Hoopes, Isobel 1921, 204
  356. Horner, Matina S. 817; re: Hosmer Statue 17 Sleeping Faun 310
  357. Housekeeping 10, 82
  358. Housen, Mildred 472
  359. Houses 35, 37, 108, 215, 302, 330, 369, 475, 529, 591, 599, 647, 708, 763-66, 826-29
  360. Houston Endowment Inc. 703
  361. Howard, Betty 774
  362. Howard University 419, 472
  363. Hubbard, Ruth 820
  364. Hudson, Thomas 426
  365. Humphrey, Hubert H. 472
  366. Hunger Strike 517
  367. Hunneman, Robert I. 58, 168, 216, 303, 369
  368. International Business Machines (IBM) 34, 767
  369. Ingalls, Margaret Rae, Scholarship Fund 178
  370. Ingraham Farm in Teterbrook 151
  371. Institute (See Bunting Institute)
  372. Institute for Historical and Archival Management 9, 34, 124, 218
  373. Institute for International Education 476
  374. Institute for Policy Studies 476
  375. Internship programs 304
  376. International Management Congress 374
  377. Jackson Laboratory 478
  378. Jackson, Lady (Barbara Ward) 68, 122, 125, 220, 307, 533, 594, 649, 769
  379. Jackson (Roscoe B.) Memorial Library 250
  380. James, Edward T. 33, 48
  381. James Foundation 307, 375, 423
  382. Jewett Scholarship Fund 423
  383. Johnson, Edith Morse 221, 375
  384. Johnson Foundation 831
  385. Johnson, Lyndon B. 360, 469, 478, 483
  386. Johnson, Robert W. 307, 375, 649
  387. Jones, Howard Mumford 35
  388. Jordan, Wilbur Kitchener 1-2, 11, 13, 25, 33-37, 55, 64, 68, 497, 594
  389. Junior Parents Weekend 125, 307, 375, 423, 478, 769
  390. Kagan, Jerome 514, 651, 687
  391. Kahne, Hilda 768
  392. Kaplan Foundation 376
  393. Karsh, Yussuf 802
  394. Keenan, Joan and Edward 765, 770
  395. Keenan, William R. Jr. Charitable Trust 770
  396. Keller, Helen 204, 424, 651
  397. Keller, Phyllis 843
  398. Kendall Foundation 376, 424, 479, 536, 595, 652, 710, 771, 835
  399. Kendall Fund 222, 308
  400. Kennedy, Edward 710
  401. Kennedy Fellowships 376, 424
  402. Kennedy, Joseph P. Jr. Foundation 770
  403. Kenyon, Mildred Adams 535
  404. Keppel, Frank 208, 297
  405. Kerby-Miller, Wilma 36, 38, 309, 581, 594, 774
  406. Kilson, Martin 798
  407. King, Martin Luther, Scholarship Fund 836
  408. Kresge Foundation 651
  409. Kress (Samuel H.) Fellowships 424, 651
  410. Kubrick, Stanley 425
  411. Lamb, Maila E. 224
  412. Lamont Library 425
  413. Lamont, Thomas Stillwell 224
  414. Landers, Ann 596
  415. Landon, Hugh Nick 537
  416. Landscape architects 538, 596
  417. Landscape plan 482, 836
  418. Larsen, Roy 712
  419. Lasker, Mary Woodard 425
  420. Lee, Mary 425
  421. Lemann Lectures 311, 377, 425
  422. Lemann, Lucy B. 224, 712
  423. Lehmann, Solene Benjamin 480
  424. Levine, Paul and Ursula 764
  425. Levy Foundation 480
  426. Library 10, 82, 225, 245, 481
  427. Life Magazine 127
  428. Lilienthal, David 122, 772
  429. Lindbergh, Anne Morrow 425
  430. Littauer Foundation 712
  431. Little, Arthur D. 680
  432. Loeb Theatre 27, 32, 127
  433. Longfellow Hall 127, 187, 208, 214, 224, 257, 310, 727
  434. Longfellow plaques 297
  435. Lord, Deane 46, 135, 712, 715
  436. Louchheim, Kate 653
  437. Lyman, Susan Storey 524, 836
  438. MacBride, Katharine Elizabeth 252
  439. MacCaffrey, Wallace 38
  440. McCane, Margaret Perea 378
  441. McCarthy, Mary 482
  442. McGovern, George 773, 836
  443. McGuire, Diane Kostial 482, 538
  444. MacLeish, Archibald 122, 179
  445. Macy Conference 540
  446. Macy Fellowships 534
  447. Macy Foundation 482, 541, 597, 713, 773
  448. Maguire, Robert 130, 226, 313
  449. Mallardi, Claire 426
  450. Marcus, Mary 713
  451. Marquis, Mary Lee 713
  452. Marshall, John (Mr. and Mrs.) 38
  453. Massachusetts Educational Study 379
  454. Massachusetts General Hospital 40, 131, 229, 314, 378, 426
  455. Massachusetts Teachers Association 426
  456. Master of Arts (MAT) degree 370
  457. Mattfeld, Jacquelyn A. 773
  458. Mayer Foundation 713
  459. Meckstroth, Bertha A. 231
  460. Mellon, Andrew W., Foundation
  461. Mellon, David 620
  462. Mellon, Paul 749
  463. Mendelsohn, Everett 548
  464. Mendenhall, Thomas 251
  465. Merck Institute Study 424
  466. Merger 542, 618, 620, 625, 636, 646, 655-56, 675, 707, 714 733, 739, 743, 760, 775-76, 789, 801, 837
  467. Merrill, Charles 482, 539, 696, 773, 836
  468. Meyer, Agnes 220
  469. Mitchell, Albert K. (Mrs.) 378
  470. Mitchell, Doris 713, 836
  471. Monsour, Marilyn 774
  472. Morgenthau, Alma 396
  473. Morley, Eileen 821
  474. Morton, William J. 38
  475. Motter, Thomas Hubbard Vail 713
  476. Motz, Annabelle B. 227
  477. Mower, Sara J. 13
  478. Mudd, Emily H. 482
  479. Mugar, Stephen B. 713
  480. Murray, Josephine L., Travelling Fellowship 773
  481. Murray, Josephine Rantoul 227, 258, 426
  482. Murray, Pauli 378, 482
  483. Musher, Jeremy 227
  484. Myrick, Charlotte Porter 773
  485. National Association of Women Deans and Counselors 41
  486. National Defense Education Act 28, 43, 382, 425
  487. National Institute of Social Studies 381, 622
  488. National Institutes of Health 316
  489. National Merit Scholarship Corporation 233, 317, 381, 427, 484
  490. National Organization for Women 718
  491. National Scholarship Service and Fund 315
  492. National Science Foundation 44, 133, 234, 485, 546, 658, 838
  493. National Service Foundation 718, 836
  494. National Vocational Guidance 41
  495. Neuberger, Maurine 483, 543
  496. New England Aquarium 777
  497. New England Board of Higher Education 315
  498. New England Colleges Fund 45, 134, 235, 319, 381, 487, 659, 718, 839
  499. New England Club 146
  500. New York Medical College 381
  501. New York Times 122, 132, 483, 657
  502. News Office 46, 135, 488
  503. Niebuhr, Ursula 777
  504. Nieman Foundation 718
  505. Nixon, Richard M. 626, 718
  506. Nordell, Joan P. 1949, 774
  507. North House 369, 547, 710, 765, 769-70, 828
  508. Norton, Barbara 427
  509. Notable American Women 13, 33, 48, 82, 136, 777, 838
  510. Notestein, Ada Louise Comstock 3, 49, 232, 315, 427, 598
  511. Nursing Program at MGH 40, 131, 360, 378
  512. Oak Ridge National Laboratory 660
  513. Observatory Hill 224, 629, 643, 718, 840
  514. Oettinger, Anthony and Marilyn 383
  515. Oettinger, K. 266
  516. Off-campus housing 517, 548, 668, 727
  517. Ogilvie, Lady 220
  518. Old, Bruce 489
  519. Olson, Susan 429
  520. Opening of college 51, 137, 236, 258, 320, 383, 429, 489, 547, 600
  521. Padykula, Helen A. 384
  522. Paley Foundation 719
  523. Pappenheimer, Beatrice Leo, Fund 22
  524. Parietal rules 299, 302, 330, 385, 420, 435, 675
  525. Park, Maud Wood 165
  526. Parker, Gail Thain 843
  527. Patterson, Alicia 123
  528. Peabody, Lucetta Upham, Scholarship 52
  529. Peace Corps 139, 238, 251, 321, 478, 490, 549, 561, 601, 614, 662, 722
  530. Pension Committee 429
  531. Peretz, Martin 778
  532. Permanent Charity Fund 237, 384
  533. Perry, John H. 384
  534. Peterson, Chase 776
  535. Pforzheimer, Carol 547
  536. Pforzheimer Foundation 660
  537. Phi Beta Kappa-Iota Chapter 138, 321, 386
  538. Phillips Brooks House 663
  539. Physical Education 10, 141, 175 (See also Athletics)
  540. Piel, Gerald 802
  541. Pineda, Marianna 384
  542. Poetry room 396
  543. Polaroid Corporation 490, 720
  544. Poses, Jack 720
  545. Pottery 766, 841
  546. President's Advisory Committee 142, 239
  547. President's Commission on the Status of Women 240-41, 322-23, 387
  548. President's Fund Board 242
  549. Princess Christina 321, 384
  550. Princeton University 840
  551. Proskauer, Alice Naumburg, Fund 59, 845
  552. Public Peace Conference 518
  553. Publishing Procedures Course 9, 54, 144, 244, 325, 368, 660, 723, 779, 842
  554. Puerto Rican Students Federation 840
  555. Pusey, Nathan Marsh 28, 114, 214, 258, 301, 473, 542, 646, 707
  556. Putnam House 321, 384
  557. Putnam Fellowship 237
  558. Putnam, Marion C. 524, 547
  559. Quadrangle 77
  560. Quilts 231
  561. Quincy House 42, 107, 204
  562. Rabb, Sidney R., Family Scholarship 664
  563. Rabb, Irving W. 724
  564. Radcliffe Career Services 796, 804
  565. Radcliffe Choral Society 185, 282, 354, 407, 458
  566. Radcliffe Class of 1959 5
  567. Radcliffe Clubs 57, 146, 246, 327, 389, 432, 551, 603, 665, 725, 844, 855-860
  568. Radcliffe College. Admissions Office (See Admissions Office)
  569. Radcliffe College. Education for Action (See Education for Action)
  570. Radcliffe College Fund 157, 187, 283, 356, 409, 459, 513, 571, 624, 745, 806
  571. Radcliffe College. Hilles Library (See Hilles Library)
  572. Radcliffe College. Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute (See Bunting Institute)
  573. Radcliffe College. Radcliffe Career Services (See Radcliffe Career Services)
  574. Radcliffe College-Student government (See Radcliffe Government Association and Radcliffe Union of Students)
  575. Radcliffe College-Students (See Student Life)
  576. Radcliffe Day Care Center 703
  577. Radcliffe Development Fund 58, 147, 258
  578. Radcliffe Government Association (RGA) 185, 247, 254, 328, 391-92, 433-44, 492, 552, 604
  579. Radcliffe Quarterly 4, 326, 491, 780
  580. Radcliffe Seminars 9, 148, 389, 550
  581. Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) 606, 666, 675, 726, 776, 780, 843
  582. Radcliffe Yard 32, 437
  583. Rappaport, Ruthann 145
  584. Raushenbush, Elizabeth 245, 780
  585. Raushenbush, Esther 81
  586. Read House 454, 500, 550
  587. Readers Digest 248
  588. Recreational Activities 249, 329, 390, 493, 667
  589. Registrar 10, 326, 494
  590. Reid, Elizabeth 651
  591. Reiser, Stanley 817
  592. Residence 553, 602, 781
  593. Residence Halls 25, 37, 108, 258, 330, 495, 602
  594. Reston, James 123, 724, 657, 780
  595. Reston, Sally 843
  596. Reunions 272
  597. Richardson, Elliot L. 602
  598. Rieder, Florence 550, 762
  599. Riesman, David 245, 390, 490, 550, 602, 664, 724, 843
  600. Rioch, Dr. 220
  601. Roberts, Ragnhild J. 30, 390
  602. Rockefeller Brothers Fund 664
  603. Rockfeller, David 491, 724
  604. Rockefeller Foundation 477, 843
  605. Rockefeller Institute 724
  606. Rockefeller, Laurence 123, 220, 724, 780
  607. Rockefeller, Richard 780
  608. Room and board 150, 155, 237, 245
  609. Roosevelt, Eleanor 245
  610. Roosevelt, Eleanor, Memorial Foundation 326, 390
  611. Ross, Margaret Alice 145
  612. Rossi, Alice S. 843
  613. Rostow, Eugene 123
  614. Rothschild, Maurine Pupkin 1940, 664
  615. Rubenstein, Helena 245, 724
  616. Ruzicka, Rudolf 287
  617. Sanctuary 729, 783, 845
  618. Sarah Lawrence College 151
  619. Saturday Evening Post 163
  620. Schafly, Phyllis 4
  621. Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Jr.) 607, 783
  622. Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Sr.) 497
  623. Schlesinger, Elizabeth Bancroft 554, 570, 743, 845
  624. Schlesinger Library 9, 10, 13, 56, 72, 97, 165, 264, 399, 443, 497, 555, 608, 670, 730, 784, 819, 846
  625. Scholarship Funds 60, 151, 245
  626. Schroeder, Margaret Forbes 729
  627. Schumpeter Scholarship Fund 151
  628. Seager, Mary Vincent 729
  629. Search Committee 847
  630. Seronde, Adele 251, 496
  631. Seven College Admissions 2, 251, 621
  632. Seven College Conference 61, 153, 252, 333, 394, 436, 498, 556, 609, 621, 671, 785, 848
  633. Sexton, Anne 783
  634. Shaw, Pauline Agassiz, Fund 331
  635. Shepard House 729
  636. Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott 481
  637. Sherman, Mildred P. 154, 253, 258
  638. Shriver, Eunice Kennedy 220
  639. Sex Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) 496, 554
  640. Simmons, Sylvia 836
  641. Simon, John G. 764
  642. Singleton, Mary Elizabeth, Scholarship Fund 729
  643. Sizer, Theodore R. 435
  644. Skinner, Alice 714, 776
  645. Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation 607, 729, 783
  646. Smith, Alice Kimball 715, 768
  647. Smith College 59, 251, 554
  648. Smith, Constance 90, 305, 760
  649. Smith, David K. 715
  650. Smith, Kendrick 499
  651. Smith, Margaret Earhart 109, 152, 365
  652. Solomon, Barbara Miller 1940, 264, 310, 607
  653. South House 334, 404, 543, 568, 620, 766, 829
  654. Spellman College 393
  655. Staff 332, 395
  656. Stalin, Svetlana Alliluyeva 554
  657. Statistics 62
  658. Stearns, Stewart 155
  659. Stedman fellowships 331
  660. Stein, Jeannette 714, 789
  661. Stevens, Nan 714
  662. Stokes, Olivia Pearl 251
  663. Stowe, Harriet Beecher 56, 59, 186
  664. Student life 227, 237, 245, 672
  665. Student loan program 28
  666. Student unrest 548, 578, 581, 610, 613, 619, 621, 623-24, 628-29, 650, 661, 672, 676-77, 692, 706, 778, 820
  667. Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs 657
  668. Summer secretarial program 9, 845
  669. Swan, Barbara 783
  670. Switzer, Mary Elizabeth 140, 435, 581, 607, 636, 729
  671. Taconic Fund 13, 471, 732
  672. Tate, Merze 396, 673, 732, 788, 849
  673. Taussig, Helen Brooks 266, 611
  674. Teaching Assistants 98
  675. Tenure 255
  676. Teplow, Harmand 849
  677. Tharp, Louise Hall 64
  678. Thimann, Karen 396
  679. Thimann, Kenneth and Ann 334, 396
  680. Think Committee 334, 345
  681. Thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 334
  682. Time Magazine 167, 256, 611, 732
  683. Toronto Exchange Program 396
  684. Townsend Trust 156
  685. Travers, Pamela L. 437
  686. Treasurer 558, 674
  687. Treat, Priscilla Gough 1919, 774
  688. Trottenberg, Arthur D. 257, 437
  689. Trustees 66, 157, 258, 335, 397, 438-39, 501, 559, 612, 675, 733, 789, 850
  690. Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim 1933, 396, 418, 437, 502, 515, 714, 732, 849
  691. Tuchman, Lucy 259
  692. Tymoczko, Maria Fleming 1965, 774
  693. Ullian, Frieda 559, 715, 738
  694. Ullian, Hyman 790
  695. Unions 851
  696. United States. Atomic Energy Commission (See Atomic Energy Commission)
  697. United States-Department of Health, Education and Welfare (See Health, Education and Welfare Department)
  698. United States-Department of Labor 67
  699. United States Steel 260
  700. University Hall take-over 623
  701. University Health Services 31, 113, 212, 300, 420
  702. University of Massachusetts 228
  703. Untermeyer, Joan Gray, Poetry Prize 336, 398
  704. Upward Bound 790
  705. Uris, Harold 561
  706. Vassar College 68
  707. Venn, Helen (Doylie) 244, 779
  708. Vermeule, Emily 774, 792
  709. Villa Serbelloni 442
  710. Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) 478
  711. Vondermuhll, Mrs. George A. 442
  712. Von Reis, Siri 159
  713. Voss, Barbara 714-15, 774, 789
  714. Wacker, Mrs. Warren W. 504
  715. Wadsworth, Arthur R. Co. 162
  716. Wald, George 561, 614, 854
  717. Waldron Grant-in-Aid Fund 69
  718. Walker Street, #12 338
  719. Walker Street, #20 854
  720. Walker Street, #60 792
  721. Walker Street, #124 262, 338
  722. Walker, Irene Tinker 399
  723. Ward, Barbara (See Jackson, Lady)
  724. Warren, Henry Ellis 854
  725. Washington Internships in Education Program 443
  726. Wasserman, Elga Ruth 752
  727. Watson, Thomas 34
  728. Weeks Fund in Geology 160
  729. Wellmet Project 163
  730. West, Dorothy P. 268
  731. West, John 338
  732. Westheimer, Frank Henry 672
  733. Wheaton, Margaret 714
  734. White, E. B. 126
  735. White House Conference on Education 504
  736. Whitman Hall 69
  737. Who's Who of American Women 161
  738. Wilby, Catherine I., Fund 292
  739. Wiley, Mary Shepard, Grant-in-Aid Fund 71
  740. Williams, Phyllis 161
  741. Williston, Catherine 69, 99, 616, 854
  742. Wingspread Conference 744, 805
  743. Wolbach, Anna Wellington 338, 399
  744. Wolff, Robert Lee 399, 714
  745. Woman's Rights Collection 607
  746. Women at Harvard 351, 704, 792
  747. Women in Medicine 482
  748. Women in Science 554
  749. Women physicians 315
  750. Women Strike for Peace 262, 443
  751. Women's Bureau 129
  752. Women's City Club 69
  753. Women's College Board 504
  754. Women's College Board of Chicago 70, 164, 399
  755. Wood, Kay 774
  756. Woodrow Wilson Scholarships 161, 262, 338
  757. Woolridge Committee on Science and Technology 399
  758. Woodworth, G. Wallace 561, 636
  759. Xerox Corporation 793
  760. Yale University 265, 400, 678
  761. Yatman, Marion F. 1912, 166
  762. Yeshiva University 444
  763. Zemurray-Stone professor 607, 615, 679, 734
  764. Zemurray, Mrs. Samuel Jr. 444
  765. Zimmerman, Anita 793
  766. Zinberg, Dorothy 505, 678, 683, 793

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