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Raymond, Cornelia M., 1861-1952

Guide to the Cornelia Morse Raymond Papers, 1819-1952 (bulk 1876-1952)

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Cornelia Morse Raymond Papers
Abstract
Materials relating to Raymond's life as the daughter of a Vassar College president, a Vassar student, administrator of the College, and unofficial historian. Also included is information about the years she spent as a grade school teacher.
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Guide to the James Monroe Taylor Papers, 1865-1916

Collection Title
James Monroe Taylor Papers
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Personal and professional papers relating to Taylor's tenure as President of Vassar College as well as his larger interests in education and religion. Includes correspondence, manuscripts, clippings, photographs, articles, and certificates.
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Guide to the John Howard Raymond Papers, 1823-1913 (bulk 1823-1878)

Collection Title
John Howard Raymond Papers
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Correspondence, manuscripts, a scrapbook, and other materials relating to Raymond's personal life as well as his work as a minister, one of the founders of the University of Rochester and then president of Vassar College.
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Guide to the Vassar College Student Materials Collection, 1859 - circa 1989 (bulk 1867-1950)

Collection Title
Vassar College Student Materials Collection
Abstract
Diaries, letters, scrapbooks,
photograph albums and other materials documenting student life at Vassar
College.
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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1893

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1893
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VC 1883, Brief daily entries. Raymond describes her continuing activites at Vassar College, mentioning College Club, music lessons and performance, reading, preparing Latin texts, lectures, and graduation (June 28th). She details various features of her religious life, such as church services

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1894

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1894
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Short entries in a page a day format. Generally, she writes on her health (including vaccinations and taking electricity), social events, student life, family news, and prayer meetings. She feels a strong religious devotion, and tries to convert others, including a Jew (February 25th) and an

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1895

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1895
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Short entries in a page a day format. Raymond describes her consistent participation in religious life through prayer meetings, religious lectures, and encouragement of others to renounce vices (particularly alcohol and smoking) and proclaim their Christian faith. Illnesses, depressive episodes (

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1896

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1896
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Short entries in a half page a day format. Raymond describes her academic activities at Vassar, including studying and tutoring in Latin, and giving, taking, and chaperoning music lessons. Raymond mentions class day, graduation, and the naming of Vassar's new dormitory, Raymond House (Jun 9).

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1897

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1897
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Short entries in a half page a day format. Raymond describes teaching at a [private] school in [Springfield], Massachusetts, giving music lessons, reading books and studying poetry, reflecting on sermons and religious lectures, and being involved with a list of courses (Feb 12). She refers to her

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1898

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1898
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Short entries in a half page a day format. Raymond contemplates sermons and religious literature, including the sermons given by the famed Springfield pastor [Phillip Stafford] Moxom. She details the frustrations and and successes of supporting attendees of temperance meetings (including "Joe"

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1899

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1899
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Short entries in a half page a day format. Raymond details her involvement in religious life, such as her attendance of prayer-meeting, the sermons of pastors such as [Phillip Stafford] Moxom, "Mr. Hahn's" religious lectures, theologian Lyman Abbot's address to a high school (Jun 28), and talks by

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1900

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1900
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Short entries in a page a day format. Raymond discusses her experiences teaching in Springfield, mentioning the school's commencement (Jun 27) and her concerns for the examination results among her pupils and social circle. Raymond details her involvement in religious and social activism, which

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1901

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Date
1901
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Short entries in a page a day format. Raymond describes her social life, academic classes, and the books she reads. She also includes her worries over her mother's health. She writes about the concerts and lectures that she attends, including Jacob Riis and a lecture at her church on the "Race

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1902

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1902
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Short entries in a page a day format. This volume discusses Raymond's social life and experiences at work with her students. Her mother breaks her hip this year, prompting Raymond to worry for her mother's health. Raymond also reflects on her active religious life, including continuing to convert

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1903

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1903
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Short entries in a page a day format. Raymond discusses providing music lessons, Latin tutoring, substitute teaching, and chaperoning field trips for a private school in Springfield. She mentions the students' play and charity ball, as well as her coworkers' salary negotiations. Raymond describes

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1904

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1904
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Short entries in a page a day format. Raymond discusses her work for Joe's temperance mission, mentioning collecting donations, finding relapsed mission members (Mar 30), and attempting to involve members of the Springfield YWCA.\nShe describes attending Hahn's prayer meetings and various pastors'

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1905

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1905
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Entries every day. At the beginning of the diary, Raymond describes her mother's illness and death (Feb 7), an event affecting her deeply. Throughout the diary, Raymond discusses her temperance activism and associated social work through "Joe's mission" and the Y.W.C.A. She describes sermons

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Raymond, Cornelia M., 1861-1952 | Memorial Minute:

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Raymond, Cornelia M., 1861-1952 | Memorial Minute:

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She Goes to Vassar

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She Goes to Vassar
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1961
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1961 revision of the silent film written, directed, and shot in 1931 by Vassar graduate Marvin Breckinridge (VC 1927), a self-taught filmmaker. The original "She Goes to Vassar" was a silent film, following a freshman (Shirley Ewald, VC 1933) through the course of her first year at the college

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