COLLECTIONS: 1 - 12 of 12
This collection documents the collaboration of Harvard Business School in the establishment and operation of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad from 1961 to 1969.
Personal papers of Miriam Jay Wurts Andrus, philanthropist and activist for global peace, document her relationships with her parents and husband, international travel, and household management. Also contains diaries, correspondence, photographs, and genealogical records pertaining to the Benedict and Wurts families.
Cecil Pinsent (1884-1963) and partner Geoffrey Scott (1884-1929) became the architects of choice for Florence, Italy’s Anglo-American expatriate community at the beginning of the 20th century. Designs consist of measured plans of the main architectural features of the Villa I Tatti garden. Drawings are pencil on tracing paper. These are particularly rare, because Pinsent is known to have burned most of his records.
Composite collection of architectural plans, blueprints, and landscape designs for Radcliffe buildings and grounds, assembled by the Radcliffe College Archives.
Records of the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute contain the office files of the deans and directors of the Institute: Constance E. Smith, Alice Kimball Smith, Susan Storey Lyman (Acting Director), Patricia Albjerg Graham, Marion Kilson, Mary Baughman Anderson (Acting Director), and Margaret McKenna.
Minutes, reports, correspondence, etc., of North Bennet Street Industrial School (Boston, Mass.), a trade school and settlement house.
Correspondence, speeches, minutes, annual reports, deeds, programs, financial records, newsletters and other publications, press releases, photographs, a videotape, and clippings, etc., of the South Boston Neighborhood House.
Correspondence, financial records, minutes, etc., of the Window Shop (Cambridge, Mass.), established to offer employment to and raise money for refugees from Germany and Austria during World War II.
Office files, photographs, publications, etc., of the Young Women's Christian Association of Cambridge.