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Oral history of Radcliffe College during the Horner years, 1999-2002 (inclusive).

Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of 44 interviews with key decision-makers, administrators, and staff who were involved in refocussing the mission of Radcliffe College and who worked to establish and implement the programs and initiatives. Interviews include family background, career experience before coming to Radcliffe, but focus largely on Elizabeth Cary Agassiz's vision of Radcliffe at its  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Audiotapes
Interviews
Transcripts
Named Person: Susan McGee Bailey; Harriet Bundy Belin; Derek Curtis Bok; Philippa Bovet; Jane Carpenter Bradley; A'Lelia Perry Bundles; Mary Lothrop Bundy; Hooks Burr; Anne Colby; Mary Cox; Nancy Downey; Amey Amory DeFriez; John T Dunlop; Patricia Albjerg Graham; Barbara Haber; Ruth Helman; Ruth Hill; Tia Horner; Matina Horner; Niki Janus; Marion Kilson; Jane S Knowles; Alison Wheeler Lahnston; Renee Landers; Susan Storey Lyman; Myra Mayman; Charlotte McGhee; Margaret McKenna; Nancy Morgan; Cecily Morse; Eva Steiner Moseley; Barbara Norton; Jane Rainie Opel; Carol Pforzheimer; Aida Kabatznick Press; Mary Anne Schwalbe; Sylvia Simmons; Phyllis Rosenstein Stein; Zeph Stewart; Jane Tewksbury; Warren E C Wacker; Judith Walzer; Hope W Wigglesworth; Burt Wolfman
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 579424953
Language Note: Materials in English.
Description: 3 linear ft. 63 sound cassettes : analog.

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Collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of 44 interviews with key decision-makers, administrators, and staff who were involved in refocussing the mission of Radcliffe College and who worked to establish and implement the programs and initiatives. Interviews include family background, career experience before coming to Radcliffe, but focus largely on Elizabeth Cary Agassiz's vision of Radcliffe at its founding, the transformation of Radcliffe during the Horner years, and Radcliffe's relationship with Harvard. Also includes administrative records.

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