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DeWitt, Nettie (Brand). Letters, 1892-1894

Abstract

12 letters from DeWitt (VC Ex 1896) to her mother, 3 to both parents, 2 to her brother, 2 to her father, and 3 addressed to the whole family. The letters describe finances, healthcare and the Infirmary, social life and organizations, academics, and religion & bible study. She describes some

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Shipp, Margaret M. Letters, 1901-1905

Date
1901-09-01T00:00:01Z-1905-05-31T23:59:59Z
Abstract

This collection contains 315 letters: 19 addressed to her family, 248 to her sister, 2 to her father and sister, and 46 to her father. The letters cover her entire time at Vassar. Shipp describes her courses and impressions of faculty members (President James Taylor and Lady Principal Georgia

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Taylor, Lea D. Letters, 1900

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VC 1904,8 letters, dated between September and December 1900, from Taylor (VC 1904) to her family. In the earlier letters, Taylor describes her journey by train from Chicago to Vassar College, her interactions with instructors such as Miss Ballantine and Miss Bartelmann, her off-campus boarding

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Worthing, Margaret (Fletcher). Letters, 1907-1911

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VC Ex 1910,Letters from Worthing to family, dated between 5 May 1907 and 19 Mar 1911. Worthing mentions various Vassar College traditions, such as tree ceremonies, commencement, the Vassarion, the senior boat ride, a stunt party, choral club, and a sermon by Lyman Abbott. She also makes reference to

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The Vassar College Archives within the Digital Library include some images, texts, and material items that are racist, xenophobic, or otherwise harmful. The Vassar Libraries have provided descriptive text and additional notes whenever possible to alert Digital Library users to these items. The Engaged Pluralism Initiative Race and Racism in Historical Collections Project Group is working with the library on contextualizing and facilitating community conversations about these materials. For more information see: https://library.vassar.edu/rrhc