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Cole, Katharine (Salmon), 1906-1972



  • Usage: 1928-08-28 - 1972-02-20

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Charles W. Cole (AC 1927) Papers

Identifier: MA.00163
Abstract Letters, reports, minutes, speeches, photographs, printed matter and other materials documenting Charles W. Cole's personal life and professional career as President of Amherst College (1946-1960) and as a member of a variety of committees and boards in the private and public sector. The collection also includes correspondence and other personal papers of Cole's first wife, Katharine, but does not include any significant material related to Cole's appointment as Ambassador to Chile or...
Dates: 1906-1979; Majority of material found within 1920-1960

Cole, Katharine S. (Spouse of President), 1972

Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Amherst College Non-Alumni Biographical Files document individuals associated with the college as faculty, staff, honorary degree recipients, trustees, visiting speakers and artists or in any role other than student. Files contain information about the individual and their relationship to the college and may including newpaper clippings, photographs, curriculum vitae, pamphlets, correspondence and other materials. Some files contain biographical questionaires submitted by the individual...
Dates: 1972

Sale of household items between presidential families, correspondence between Peg (Margaret P.) King and Kitty (Katharine S.) Cole, 1946 March to July

 File — Box 6: [Barcode: BG 6], Folder: 2
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: This sub-series documents the President's House from President Stearns' term (1854-1876) to President Gerety's tenure (1994-2003). Photographs, architectural plans, and drawings show structural and stylistic alterations. College records include maintenance requests, correspondence with architects and designers, and furnishing inventories for President King's term. In addition, Margaret Pinckney (Jackson) King, President King's wife, wrote a history of the house for Amherst Graduates'...
Dates: 1946 March to July