Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Minutes, reports, correspondence, programs, scrapbooks and other materials documenting official activities of Amherst College alumni, including Alumni Council meetings, dinners and conferences and the activities of regional alumni associations.
Series 1: General - is composed of various material relating to athletics at Amherst College, including newspaper clippings, correspondence, memorabilia, scorebooks, tickets, and other material. This series also includes baseball centennial material and documentation of the early history of athletics at Amherst.
The collection consists of records of the Amherst College Centennial Celebration Committee and clippings, programs, ephemera, photographs and scrapbooks related to activities at the College for the celebration in 1921 of the 100th anniversary of its founding.
Scrapbooks containing programs, souvenirs, photographs, newspaper clippings, college papers, letters and ephemera relating chiefly to student life at Amherst. Includes both personal and institutional scrapbooks.
The Evelyn Way Kendall Papers contain correspondence, documents and memorabilia of Evelyn Louise Way Kendall (1893-1979). This collection also contains photographs, scrapbooks, and records and samples of some of her collections.
Eight scrapbooks of programs and clippings related to musical concerts, theatrical performances and opera in New York City, 1899-1962.
This collection documents the evolution of musical instruction, performance, and composition at Amherst. Includes printed and manuscript music, photographs, printed material, personal correspondence and documentation, sound recordings, books, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and concert programs.
Scrapbook, chiefly political cartoons concerning U.S. Secretary of state William Jennings Bryan, 1912-1915
Series 3: Photographs, circa 1860-1920 - include portraits of both William Rutherford and Olga Kilyeni Mead as well as photos of the William and Elinor Mead Howells family. This series also includes several folders of unidentified family photos and a scrapbook of travel images, circa 1910.
Series 3: Scrapbooks - contains material largely related to: JJM's activities as head of the World Bank; news clippings, photographs and signatures related to JJM's activities as High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG); scrapbooks assembled by other people and sent to JJM as mementos of a given occasion, such as the 20th anniversary of the World Bank or the launching of the U.S.S. Henry L. Stimson.
The Gordon Family series includes two scrapbooks and one file of loose manuscripts and ephemera. The exact family connection between William Pitt Amherst and the Gordon family is uncertain. Lady Julia Emily Gordon (1810-1896) was the daughter of General Sir James Willoughby Gordon, 1st Baronet and Quartermaster General of the Forces and Isabella Julia Lavinia (1775–1867), daughter of Richard Henry Alexander Bennet of Shorwell, Isle of Wight.
This is an artificial collection of materials relating to Doshisha University and the Doshisha-Amherst connection. There materials are largely correspondence, photographs and ephemera.
Series 7 is a SCRAPBOOK which contains additional clippings, press releases, and reviews of his novels, but contains virtually no personal material.