Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs. LeBaron Russell Briggs.
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs
Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs

Papers and Material Related to Radliffe College, From The Papers Of LeBaron Russell Briggs

na, 1920. Unknown. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. / No Jacket. Item #005490548

Papers (ca. 1906 - 1924) from the collection of LeBaron Russell Briggs, one of the great figures in the history of Harvard, Radcliffe, and the NCAA. Briggs was first Dean of Men at Harvard College, where he also served as dean of the faculty. He was also president of Radcliffe College and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. This small but significant archive collects the original texts and drafts of Briggs' addresses, articles, etc., on key issues pertaining to Radcliffe College and women's education. Untitled [“First as to money”] Text in regards to fellow teachers and the duty of teaching at Radcliffe. No date. 6 page typescript Radcliffe Baccalaureate Sermon - 1920. First line: “A Wise woman has cautioned me not to treat you as children”. A sermon regarding Women and education. 12 page carbon typescript on Harvard watermark paper 10 page typescript with pen corrections 10 page typescript, with pen and pencil corrections Untitled [“The Radcliffe Guild, life Phillips Brooke Association...”] Text in regards to women and education at Radcliffe. No date. 7 page typescript Inauguration of President Comstock, October 20, 1923 Text of a speech in regards to the joint educational mission of Harvard and Radcliffe 2 page carbon typescript Untitled [“In The Diary of Elizabeth Cary Agassiz, first President of Radcliffe... ”] Text in regards to the history of Radcliffe, and the education of women. No date. 9 page typescript, with pen corrections 9 page typescript, with pen corrections Address at the Mid-Winter Meeting of the Alumnae Association. First Line: “According to Dr. Thomas Fuller in his History of the University of Cambridge...”. Text of a speech in regarding Radcliffe and its mission. No date. 13 page typescript, no markings, on Harvard watermark paper 13 page typescript, no markings 11 page typescript, no markings 11 page typescript, with pencil corrections [title in pencil, and signed by Briggs on the last page] 11 page typescript, with pen and pencil corrections How Can The Alumnae Association Help The College. First Line: “In dealing with my subject... ”] Text of a speech in regards to the alumnae of Radcliffe. No date. 7 page carbon typescript, on Harvard Watermark paper, with pen corrections Untitled. [“Welcome is shown best in acts”] On Radcliffe. No date 4 page typescript, with pen and pencil corrections 4 page typescript, with pen and pencil corrections 5 page typescript on Harvard watermark paper Untitled. [“The past year has been prosperous for Radcliffe College.”] An essay of the progress of both Radcliffe and Harvard. No date 7 page typescript, with pen corrections Radcliffe College Endowment Fund. First line “The Governing Boards of...” A TLS regarding the Radcliffe Endowment Fund. Signed in pen by Mrs. Henry Parkman Letter to “Friends and Lovers of Radcliffe”; 2 page typescript.

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