Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, ephemera, photographs, printed matter and media documenting the long-standing connection between Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan and Amherst College.
Series 4: Amherst College - Administrative Correspondence, 1921-1959, consists of correspondence and reports relating to Amherst College administrative affairs.
George A. Plimpton (AC 1876) Materials related to the Dedication of the Amherst Building at Doshisha University
Speeches, photographs, news clippings, correspondence, and other materials related to the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the founding of Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, which George A. Plimpton attended as a representative of Amherst College in October 1935. The celebration included the presentation and dedication of the Amherst Building to Doshisha from friends of Amherst College.
The material in the Joseph Hardy Neesima Collection consists mostly of secondary source material created about Neesima in the twentieth century.
Regarding the Amherst College Neesima Endowment.
Hashimoto was a Doshisha Fellow for one year after graduation from Amherst College. The collection includes teaching records, printed matter, photographs, and other materials documenting her year as a teacher of English and peer mentor, as well as information on Amherst House at Doshisha University and various university activities.
Series 1: Speeches and Talks, 1964-1985 - consists of typescripts of speeches given by Ward before a variety of scholarly, academic, governmental and civic bodies. Many are speeches given as President of Amherst College (1971-1979), such as at Commencement, Convocation or alumni meetings; others were given by Ward as President of the American Council of Learned Societies (1982-1985).
Ledgers, account books, correspondence and other financial records relating to Amherst College scholarships, loans, tuition payments, special funds, and investments, dating chiefly from circa 1830-1900.