File Cabinet A
2010.074.001: Presidents 1804
.001 Recommendations for Frederick Spofford as a Merchants
Clerk or agent from Samuel Freele. First preceptor. Original
.002 Typed list of Presiding Heads since 1803 at Bradford
Academy, Bradford Junior College, and Bradford College. List
taken from Semi-Centennial catalogue (published in 1853)
and successive catalogues.
2010.074.002: Presidents 1813
Copy of letter written by Benjamin Greenleaf to his father
while a student at Dartmouth. Copied letter, Haverhill Public
Library has the original. Benjamin Greenleaf was president in
1815 until 1836. The letter describes his illness and the
illnesses of other people in the country. The letter also
describes his studies in Natural and Political law.
2010.074003: Presidents Dr. Katherine Denworth -
President in 1927
2010.074.004: Presidents Katherine M. Denworth.
Document for the Country fair sponsored by Dr. Denworth
and faculty to benefit seniors. Denworth was president in
2010.074.005: Presidents 1953
.001 Dorothy M. Bell documents objectives as Bradford as a
two year liberal arts college.
.002 Letter to the faculty from Dorothy M. Bell dated
October 28, 1953. Letter includes statements from the
faculty and departments.
2010.074.006: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell - President in
Correspondence letters includes thanking people for their
gifts to Bradford toward the completion of the Development
2010.074.007: Presidents 1940 Dorothy M. Bell
Original letter from Plainfield, New Jersey to Dorothy Bell.
Copy of newspaper clipping titled “Miss Bell Heads College”
from Boston Herald (?) dated July 26, 1940 copy of
document from the trustees of Bradford Junior College
announcing the election of Dorothy M. Bell as President in
1940. Original document from the Trustees announcing the
2010.074.007: Presidents 1953 Dorothy M. Bell
Copy of letter from Bell to the faculty dated December 2,
1953. Letter includes planning instruction for the faculty and
staff for both the Mother’s Day and the Christmas events.
2010.074.009: Presidents 1957 Dorothy M. Bell
Original newspaper clipping from the Boston Herald dated
May 14, 1957 titled “Colleges Seen Unprepared from Rush.”
Picture of Dorothy Bell with four men who were Presidents
and Deans of Radcliffe, Yale, Boston University and
University of Connecticut. Taken at the Sheraton Plaza for
the opening of the New England Regional Conference on
2010.074.010: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1956-57
Two Original Newspaper clipping from the Haverhill Gazette:
September 20, 1956- “Miss Bell Named to Study Colleges.”
May 21, 1957- “Miss Bell Will Get Honorary College Degree.”
Dorothy Bell appointed by Mass. Legislature to commission to
study relative to the Junior Colleges. Dorothy Bell awarded
honorary law degree from Alma Mater.
2010.074.011: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1956
“Report of the President” from the Bradford Junior College
Bulletin dated 1955-1956. Includes four booklets.
2010.075.012: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1954
Original Newspaper clipping titled “Miss Bell Leaves on
European Trip.” Bell granted a one year leave by board of
2010.074.013 Presidents Dorothy M. Bell
Original catalogue: “That Your Wealth May Endure.”
2010.074.014: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1967
Original document: Commendation from faculty and staff for
a task well done. Date: May 5, 1967.
2010.074.015: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1961
Original bulletin: “Bradford Junior College Bulletin” September
15, 1961. Report on disposition of funds received as gifts
2010.074.016: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1961
Original catalogue: “New Dimensions in Excellence.”
Presidents report on future goals.
2010.074.017: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1960
Original newsletter dated October 1960 Business Views and
News, a monthly newsletter published by the Merrimack
Valley National Bank.” A leader in the Valley Community, a
2010.074.018: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1960
Original booklet: “Special Reports- Clearinghouse of Studies
on Higher Education” dated April 1960.
2010.074.019: Presidents Dorothy M. Bell 1958
Four original booklets of “Bradford Junior College Bulletin”
dated: March 1958 titled: “Report of the President”
2010.074.020 Presidents Dorothy M. Bell through 1966
.001: Includes: Original newspaper clipping from the Boston
Sunday Globe dated June 11, 1967 “Schools” section of the
.002: Original newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning
News dated May 16, 1964 “Bradford President- New Junior
.003: Informal picture of Dorothy M. Bell tending her garden.
Includes letter from Mrs. George D. O’Neill from Oyster Bay,
N.Y. to to Inge. Letter is dated August 27, 1980.
.004: Original document from the trustees of Bradford Junior
College announcing the election of Dorothy M. Bell as
president in 1940.
.005: Press release dated May 6, 1966 describing Miss Bell’s
retirement at the end of the 1966-1967 academic year.
.006: Document Commending Dorothy Bell for her
achievements dated May 5, 1967? From the Bradford Faculty
.007: Dorothy Bell’s resume including awards and
.008: Document of events taken place at Bradford Junior
College from 1940 to 1966. Dated December 1966.
.009: Original newspaper clipping from the Chronicle
Telegram Elyria, Ohio dated February 22, 1970. Article titled
“Elyrian Discovers--Greece, once master of men, is now
mastered by them.”
.010: Copy of letter from Frederic B. Viaux, President of New
England Junior College Council, to Dorothy Bell. Dated
December 12, 1967. Elected Dorothy Bell to Honorary
Membership in the Council.
.011: Letter from Dorothy M. Bell to Colleagues and Friends
dated May 7, 1967. Thanking them for the dinner party and
the gifts including the hood.
.012: Document from sic presidents of colleges
commemorating Dorothy Bell for her accomplishments. Dated
June 5, 1967.
.014: Document from Bradford Faculty and Staff to Dorothy
Bell commemorating her. Dated May 5, 1967.
.015: Original newspaper clipping from The Boston Herald
dated July 26, 1940. “Miss Bell Heads College.”
.016: Copy of letter from the President of Wheaton College
in Norton, Massachusetts presenting to Dorothy a degree of
Doctor of Laws.
.017: letter from Mary E. McKay, Department of Education,
to Dorothy Bell dated April 29, 1966.
.018: Letter from Faith Preston, President-Elect at White
Pines College, to Dorothy Bell dated July 24, 1966. Letter
describes Bell accepting a trusteeship of White Pres. College.
.019: Press release from Norton, Mass. Wheaton College
announcing Dorothy Bell as a recipient of an honorary degree
at Wheaton’s 131st Commencement. Press Release dated
June 2, 1966.
.020: Wheaton College Norton, MA Honorary Degree Citations
for Commencement dated June 5, 1966.
.022: Press Release from Wheaton College announcing
Dorothy Bell as a recipient of an honorary degree of Doctor
of Laws. Press release dated May 27, 1966.
.023: Program from Georgetown Junior-Senior High School
Commencement Class of 1966 dated June 9, 1966. Dorothy
Bell gave the Graduation Address.
.024: Numerous copies of Dorothy Bell’s resumes.
.025: Letter from Director of Public Relations to Mrs. J. Emile
Raymond describing Bell’s honor and biographical information
dated September 25, 1962.
.026: Newspaper clippings titled “School Party this Week at
Amherst” (no date) and “Dr. Brase Will Open Institute”
(dated September 12, 1955); from the Haverhill Gazette.
.027: Copied letter from David M. Gordon, President of
Haverhill Community Chest, Inc. dated June 19, 1956.
Dorothy Bell elected to Executive Board of the Haverhill
.029: Letter to The Trustees from Constance Leighton,
Director of Public Relations dated March 21, 1960. Enclosed
with a copy of a news story recipient of the local 1960 B’nai
.030: Biographical Summary copies dated April 1956 for
2010.074.021 Presidents 1967 Robert M. Vogel--
Installation as President of Bradford Junior College
Program for the installation of President Vogel November 3,
2010.074.022 Presidents 1967 Robert M. Vogel
News release announcements of his election as President of
President of Bradford Junior College dated May 9, 1967. (2
2010.074.023 Presidents 1967 Robert M. Vogel
Announcement of Election as President of Bradford Junior
2010.074.024 Presidents 1967 Robert M. Vogel
Installation Program. 2 copies dated November 3, 1967.
2010.074.025 Presidents 1967 Robert M. Vogel.
Subject: co-ed dormitory visitors.
2010.074.026 Presidents 1970 Robert M. Vogel. Letters to
The students had voted to strike, wishing to break with
tradition; they were seeking more liberal campus and
2010.074.027 Presidents Robert M. Vogel. Installation
2010.074.028 Installation Ceremony Invitations
File Cabinet A: Drawer 3
.001 concert by Bradford Academy music faculty on February
.002.01 and .02 A concert of Baroque Chamber Music on May
.003.01 and .02 Chamber Orchestra with Harvard Freshman
Glee Club on February 24, 1967
.004 Bradford Junior College presents “A Concert of Keyboard
and Choral music of the 18th Century April 27, 1967.
.005.01 and .02 Invitation to “A Concert by the Faculty and
Students of the Music Department” April 27, 1967
.006.01 and .02 Methuen Memorial Music hall and Bradford
Junior College… present The Bradford Junior College Glee Club
and The Union College Glee Club. April 14, 1971.
.007 Bradford Junior College…presents A Program of Operatic
Music on June 1967
.008.01 and .02 Bradford Junior College…presents The
Amherst Glee Club and the Bradford Junior College Glee Club
Feb. 16, 1968
.009 Bradford Junior College…presents Bradford Junior College
Glee Club and The Union College Glee Club and Chamber
Ensemble on Feb. 24, 1971.
.010 Bradford Junior College…presents “A concert of Choral
and Chamber Music. Date: Dec. 9, 1968.
.011.01 and .02 Bradford Junior College…presents Frans
Bruggen (Recorder) Jack Fisher (Harpsichord). Date: Dec. 9,
.012.01 and .02 Boston University and Bradford Junior
College present Lawrence A Young (Organist) Assisted by
Frances Demoalas (Soprano). Date: April 30, 1971.
.013.01 and .02 Bradford Junior College presents Kate Friskin
and Jack Fisher (Duo-pianists) assisted by Barrbara McClosky
(Cantrato). Date: Nov. 2, 1971.
.014.01 and .02 Bradford Junior College presents “A Program
of Opera Arias and Duets” Date: May 22, 1971.
.015.01 and .02 Bradford Junior College Presents Frans
Bruggen (recorder) and Jack Fisher (Organ). Date: March 22,
.016.01 and .02 Bradford Junior College presents Maria
Clouds (Pianist). Date: April 26, 1972.
.07.01 and .02 Methuen Memorial Music Hall and Bradford
Junior College present The Bradford College Glee Club;
Charles W. Ludington (Conductor) and Jack Fisher (Organist)
and The Harvard University Glee Club, F. John Adams
(Conductor) and Trinity Lutheran Church Choir, John Floreen
(Conductor and Organist). Date: April 12, 1972.
2010.074.234 Concerts Glee Club (Programs)
.001.01 and .02 Glee and Mandolin Club Concert. Bradford
Academy. Date: May 7, 1904.
.002 Glee and Mandolin Club Concert Bradford Academy.
Date: March 2, 1906.
.003 Concert by The Glee Club of Bradford Jr. College and
Phillips Academy, Andover. Date: May 13, 1933.
.004 Bradford Jr. College June Concert; Bradford Jr. College
Glee Club: Frederik Johnson (Conductor) and Florette
Gosselin (Accompanist) and Students of the Department of
Music. Date: June 16, 1940.
.005 Bradford Jr. College and Harvard glee Club: G. Wallace
Woodworth (Conductor) and Bradford Jr. College Glee Club,
Frederick Johnson (Conductor). Date: March 15, 1941.
.006 Bradford Jr. College presents The Bowdoin College Glee
Club and The Bradford Jr. College Glee Club. Date: March 22,
.007 Bradford Jr. College presents The Newhampshiremen:
Wendell Orr (Director) and The Bradford Glee Club: Dean D.
Bouzianis (Director). Date: March 12, 1965.
.008 Bradford Jr. College: The Newhampshiremen:
.009.01, .02, and .03 Bradford Jr. College…presents: The
Bradford Glee Club, Charles W. (Ludington (Conductor).
Date: February 24, 1969.
.010.01 and .02 Bradford Jr. College…presents: The Bradford
Glee Club: Charles W. Ludington (Conductor); Jack Fisher
(Pianist); Lawrence A. Young (Assistant Pianist). Date: April
.011.01 and .02 Bradford Jr. College presents: The Bradford
Glee Club Charles W. Ludington (Conductor). Date: April 26,
.012 The Church of Saint John the Evangelist: The Reverend
Joseph W.B. Upson (Vicar) and Bradford Jr. College the
Department of Music Presents The Bradford Glee Club Charles
W. Ludington (Conductor) and Jack Fisher (Organist). Date:
March 10, 1970.
.013 Methuen Memorial Music Hall and Bradford Jr. College
the Department of Music Present: the Bradford Glee Club,
Charles W. Ludington (Conductor) and the Bowdoin College
Glee Club; Rodney J. Rothlisberger (Conductor), Jack Fisher
(Organist), Johanna Albrecht (Soprano), Paul Wiggin (Tenor),
Barbara McClosky (Contralto), Rodney Roisterer (Bass)
Chamber Orchestra. Date: April 15, 1970.
.014.01 and .02 Bradford Jr. College presents: The Bradford
Glee Club. Charles W. Ludington (Conductor) and Jack Fisher
(Organist) Ardmore, Penn. Date: April 17, 1970 and
Cleveland, Ohio on April 19, 1970.
.015 Johan Sebastian Bach Cantata No. 182: Bowdin College
Chapel Choir Rodney J. Rothlisberger (Conductor); Bradford
Jr. College Glee Club Charles W. Ludington (Conductor);
Bradford Jr. College Chamber Ensemble (Members are listed).
The lyrics are listed on the inside: The left is in German and
the right is English. Choir and Glee Club members listed on
the back, no date.
2010.074.235 concerts: Leonora Society Programs
.001 Bradford Academy Annual Musicale by the Pupils of the
Music Department Assisted by the Lenora Society. Date:
June 14, 1915.
.002 The Lenora Society Concert, Bradford Academy. Date:
June 12, 1916
.003.01 The Lenora Society Concert, Bradford Academy.
Date: June 11, 1917 and .02 The Lenora Society Concert,
Bradford Academy. Date: June 10. 1918.
.004 Concert by the Lenora Society of Bradford Academy
Accompanied by the Bradford Academy Orchestra assisted
by the Boston Orchestral Players. Date: June 14, 1920.
.005 Concert by the Lenora Society of Bradford Academy
Accompanied by the Bradford Academy Orchestra assisted
by the Boston Orchestral Players.
.006 Concert by the Lenora Society of Bradford Academy
Accompanied by the Bradford Academy Orchestra assisted
by the Boston Orchestral Players. Date: June 6, 1921.
.007 Concert by the Lenora Society of Bradford Academy
Accompanied by the Bradford Academy Orchestra assisted
by the Boston Orchestral Players. Date: June 5, 1922.
.008 Concert by the Lenora Society of Bradford Academy
Accompanied by the Bradford Academy Orchestra assisted
by the Boston Orchestral Players. Date: June 2, 1925.
.009.01 and .02 Concert by the Lenora Society of Bradford
Academy Accompanied by the Bradford Academy Orchestra
assisted by the Boston Orchestral Players. Date: June 8,
.010 Concert by the Lenora Society of Bradford Academy
Accompanied by the Bradford Academy Orchestra assisted
by the Boston Orchestral Players. June 7, 1926.
.011 Bradford Academy June Concert: The Lenora Society
assisted by The Coir of Phillips Academy, Andover and The
Bradford Academy Orchestra. Date: June 9, 1928. Frederick
Johnson (Conductor). .01 and .02 are laminated.
.012 Concert by The Lenora Society of Bradford Academy
Accompanied by the Boston Orchestral Players. Date: June
2010.074.236 Concerts: Miscellaneous Programs
· .001 Concert, New Hall, Bradford Academy. The following
have kindly volunteered their services: Miss J.E. Houston,
Mrs. D.C. Hall, Miss M.C. Barstow, Mr. J.K. Colby, and Mr.
S.M. Downs. Date: May 11, 1970. (Written in pencil front,
top left). The back of the spine has tape along it, but the
program is intact.
002 .01-.03 Programme For Concert, by Young Ladies of
Bradford Academy, in Academy Hall, Wednesday Evening
March 6th (1872). .01 is laminated.
.003 The Following Programme will be given by the Young
Ladies of Bradford Academy. Wednesday Evening February
26, 1873. The program is listed on the front. It is a single-
sided light purple page that is laminated with some
discoloration on the bottom right corner.
.004 The Young Ladies of Bradford Academy will give their
Third Concert in Academy Hall, May 5, 1875. Blue paper and
opens vertically. Only .01 is laminated.
.005 The Young Ladies of Bradford Academy will give their
Third Concert in Academy Hall May 5, 1875. Blue paper that
opens vertically. Only .01 is laminated.
.006 No. 26--Novello’s Octavo Edition of Trios &c., For
.007 “Senior March” Bradford Academy for Pianoforte by
Samuel M. Downs. Inside has sheet music for “Senior March.”
Written in pen on the top front corner: L. Hubbard. (no date)
.008 Abbot Academy Andover, Mass…Recital…in the Honor of
the Service and Memory of Samuel Morse Downs (May 31,
1836-October 30, 1909). Teacher at Abbot 1861-1907 and
also taught at Bradford 1869-1908. By Ernst Perabo (Pianist)
Assisted by Fred L. Mahn (Violinist), and Carl Barth (Cellist).
.009 Dianoforte Recital by Frederick Johnson, Bradford
Academy March 10, 1914. Single-Sided piece of paper. Has
tears, folds, and paper glued to the back.
.010 Recital by Pupils of the music department at Bradford
Academy. March, 16 (1914?). Single-sided piece of paper.
.011 Sony Recital by Pupils of the Music Department of
Bradford Academy June 3, 1914. Single-sided piece of paper
with tears and holes.
.012 Musicale by Pupils of Frederick Johnson March 18, 1920.
Single-sided piece of paper with tears and holes.
.013 1st page seems to be missing because there is no title
to the song. The lyrics are in French and then the program
information is listed.
.014 Recital by Pupils of the Music Department at Bradford
Academy May 20, 1921. There are some water stains.
.015 Concert by Bradford Academy String Orchestra assisted
by Mr. Edward L. Gerry (Baritone). It lists the program then
the lyrics to “Spinning Song.” The second page (stapled at
top) Ava Maria and Omnipotence lyrics. Date: March 21,
.016 concert by Marie Nichols (violinist) assisted by Harrison
Potter (pianist). Single-sided full sheet. Date: April 25, 1923.
Been folded, some tears, and water marks.
.017 Concert (the word has a circle around it in pencil) by
Marie Nichole (violinist), Hope Wright (Viola), Priscilla Warren
(Violoncello). Frederick Johnson (pianist), Bradford Academy.
Date: May 9, 1923. Single-sided full sheet that has been
.018 concerts (with a circle around it in pencil) by Bradford
Academy String Orchestra March 19, 1924. Single-sided full
.019 Concerts by Musical Clubs of Phillips Andover and
Bradford Academy. Date: May 21, 1924.
.020 Bradford Academy Orchestral Concert (circled in pencil).
Date: March 23, 1926. Single-sided half size piece of paper.
.021 Bradford Academy June 6, 1926 program single-sided
half size piece of paper with the word concerts written in
pen top left.
.022 Bradford Academy Student Concert December 12, 1926.
Single-sided half size piece of paper.
.023 Bradford Jr. College Concert The Glee Club and
Orchestra of Phillips Exeter Academy; Arthur Landers
(conductor) and The Bradford Academy Chorus, The Jr.
College LEONORA SOCIETY with Frederick Johnson as
conductor. Date: January 14, 1933. The program is single-
sided full sheet that has been folded multiple times.
.024 Bradford Academy Student Concert THE HARVARD
UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA; Malcolm H. Holmes (Conductor)
and THE LENORA SOCIETY; Frederick Johnson (conductor).
Date: February 11, 1933. Single-sided full sheet with water
stains and folds.
.025 BRADFORD JR. COLLEGE Concert THE BURGIN QUARTET
(Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra). Date:
January 17, 1934. Single-sided full sheet of paper.
.026 Dedicatory Recital CORNELIA WARREN MEMORIAL ORGAN
Frederick Johnson, Organist June 14, 1940. Inside left:
Specifications of the Organ; Right: Program. Front page right
side is frayed.
.027 .01, .02, .03, .04 Bradford Jr. College 150th
commencement Anniversary Concert by the Bradford Glee
Club and Choir. Ellwood W. Hall (Director). Glen Weigh
(Accompanist) Antonia Swinney (‘52 Soloist). Date: June 14,
1953. .01 Writing in pen: Top left corner “Corrected.” Inside
right, words added to quote …?
.028 Newspaper clipping from “Haverhill gazette, “Thurs Dec
6, 195?” (in pencil at top). Titled “Bringing Big Orchestra to
City No Simple task (National symphony Orchestra of D.C. to
visit Bradford’s Dentworth Hall stage.
.029 .01 and .02 Printed on inside flap: Bradford Night at the
Boston Pops Thursday, April 27, 1971. Program is folded in
half than in three sections. Top says POPS open: Left side
lists patrons and sponsors, right flays says POPs open:
Middle and right side contains more information. Orange
paper. Back has postage info.
.030 Bradford College the Department of Music presents A
Concert of Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (conductor),
Mark Peterson (accompanist)… goes on to list other
members… The Alma String Quartet Chamber Orchestra
Wednesday, April 23, 1980. Shows a silhouette of Mozart.
Also has a sheet with words to Mozart’s Requiem, KV 626and
a half-sheet of “Bradford College Addition to Patron’s list--
Alan Victor with “Coming Events.”
.031 Bradford Pentachet Chorale Pops Concert printed on
8.5X14 light green paper. Date: May 1, 1980.
.032 Jordan Hall- Boston Monday afternoon, May the 2nd at
three Concert by Bradford Academy Music. Faculty in aid of
Endowment Fund. Has some water damage.
.033 Jordan Hall-Boston Friday evening, February the third at
eight-fifteen. Concert by Bradford Academy Music Faculty in
aid of Endowment Fund.
.034 Full sheet program: Concert by the Bradford Academnt
Orchestry. Some water damage and rips.
.035 Bradford Junior College Convocation Elizabeth Harris’ 53:
in concert. Choreography by Elizabeth Harris; Music by
Pauline Oleveros; films, lighting, and sets by Ronald Chase. A
half sheet of paper, one sided.
2010.074.237 The Vocational Symposium 1949
.001 The Vocational Symposium Bradford Jr. College. Date:
March 1-2, 1949. Has a pin hole in all four corners.
2010.074.238 Conferences Bradford Arts Conference 1958
.001 “85 letters sent 24 to sponsors of National Symphony
Concert in 1956 and/or 1957” about the intercollegiate
student conference on “The Creative Arts Today” on
February 14 and 15. Sent on January 24, 1958 by Dorothy
.002 Bradford Arts Conference, Bradford Jr. College, February
14-15, 1958. Program and statement of purpose. Two typed
documents in purple ink, not stapled together.
.003 Bradford Arts Conference, Bradford Jr. College, February
14-15, 1958 Exhibition of Contemporary Art: Artists and
Acknowledgements. A two-sided salmon colored piece of
paper. Other side has “In Appreciation” and “Comments on
.004 Bradford Arts Conference: with list of Student and
faculty Delegates and Special Guests. The Paper is very
browned, there is no date.
.005 Bradford Arts Conference Modern Dance Performance by
the Mary Anthony Dance Theatre, Sunday, February 15,
1958. Printed on pink paper folded in half horizontal with the
black trim that is showing from the inside page. Four pages
in total. .01 has three 3.75X2.25 guests tickets printed on
pink card stock.
.006 14pg essay by Rudolf Arnheim titled “Is Modern Art
Necessary?” Printed on very delicate brown paper.
2010.074.239 Conferences: Educational Conferences 1926
.001 63 pages tied together (65 including cover and index).
Cover page has an article from the Haverhill Evening
Gazette: Tues January 26, 1926 “Conferences at Bradford
Upon college Work: Experts Meet at Academy to Discus More
Desirable Courses.” Indexes includes: Academic work;
creative work; determining academic standards; entrance
requirements; extra-curricular or group activities; faculty;
fine arts; needs personnel; productive use of leisure;
program; purpose of a conference at Bradford; responsibility
self-analysis and self-knowledge; student committees;
teacher load; and vocational guidance. There are corrections
added on Saturday January 23, 1926.
.002 Same as 2010.074.239.001 but missing cover page and
not tied together. This version is 71 pages as opposed to 63
and is divided into two sleeves (Index on 34 and 35-71).
2010.074.240 Conferences: Symposium Education for
Tomorrow’s Problems October 1961
.001 Check-list exchanges of speakers’ notes on a 14 X 8.5
typed with pencil made columns and rows with pencil and
pen check marks and notes. 10/16 to 10/26
.002 Letter to Mrs. Carrol Aument written October 24, 1961
by the Director of Public Relations. On delicate brown paper.
Written on top in pencil: “Henrietta Sharon Aument poetry
by Mother Mary Bruce Sharon” and on back in pen:
.003 .01: Bradford Jr. College October 27, 1961 memorandum
Subject: Symposium-- “Educating for Tomorrow’s Problems.”
.02 “Speaker Check-off” list for Mrs. Carroll Aument and one
(.03) for Mrs. Constance Ballow.
.004 Bradford Jr. College, Bradford, Ma complete list of
Convocation Speakers (no date).
.005 .01: Letter typed on 8 X 6 copy-paper to Mrs. Peter E.
Pratt and it doesn’t say who it is from. Date: October 25,
1961. .02: A letter on the same size paper to the same
person from Bernard Shea the Director of Development.
Date: October 30, 1961.
2010.074.241 Conferences: Financing the Women’s Two-
Year College 1961
.001.01-.06 Six copies of a letter from Louis Menard, III
(Office of the Dean) to “Friends of Bradford” inviting them to
a college-wide symposium on “The Collision of Science and
Society” on February 23rd and 24th.
.002 Newspaper articles from the Haverhill Gazette February
6, 1965 “Bradford Jr. College Plans for Symposium.”
2010.074.242 Conferences-President’s 1964
• .001 Two Newspaper articles glued to a piece of paper from
the Haverhill Gazette: Left-“Junior College Leaders Will Meet
Here.” Date: October 23. 1964.
2010.074.243 Conferences Symposiums 19665: The
Collision of Science and Society
· 001.01-.06 Six copies of a letter from Louis Menard
· .002 Newspaper article from The Haverhill Gazette Date:
Feb. 6, 1965 “Bradford Jr. College Plans for Symposium.”
· .003 Note to Faculty and Administrative Officers from Dean
Menard. Subject: Symposium on Science and Society. Date:
February 19, 1965.
· .004.01-.07 Seven programs for the “The Collision of Science
and Society Symposium February 23rd and 24th 1965.
Tuesday Feb. 23rd: Science and Society Opening Lecture;
Wednesday: Social Response, Aesthetic Response, Value
Orientation, Summary, and Concert. Printed on yellow paper,
folded in half, 6X7 in. On the Back: “Bradford Jr. College,
· .005 .01-.11 Programs for “The Collision of Science and
Society Symposium” (see .004) but has a different cover and
the back lists the student committees for the symposium,
Fab. 23-24. .01 Says: “Bradford Junior College Library”
(stamped) and the catalog number.
· .007??? Note, Notecard and piece of paper that is paper
clipped together. Note: TO Miss Leighton, Miss Proctor, Mr.
Miles from Dan Menard. Subject: Symposium Expenses. Date:
February 25, 965. Notecard: “1500 letters of invitation for
symposium $18.75.” Paper: Photocopy of receipt from Record
Publishing Company, Inc. 17-21 West St. Haverhill, Mass
February 12, 1965. The receipt says that there were 1,500
programs totaling $46.00, date: Feb. 12, 1965.
· .008 Letter to Mr. Menard (Dean) from the S&H Foundation,
Inc., The Lectureship Program NY,NY also included is a
descriptive list of the awardees for 1964-65. It is on very
browned thin paper totaling seven pages. Date: June 26,
2010.074.244 Conferences: The African Symposium 1966
· .001 .01-.03 Three programs for “Bradford Jr. College STOA
Presents the African Symposium April 20 and 21, 1977.” Has
a stamped image of Africa on the cover and lists the
committee members and acknowledgements on the back.
2010.074.245 Conferences: Symposium Disequilibrium
Within the Environment
· .001 Information about the 1970 Symposium to students
where they have the option to check off a topic of interest
and check if they will be “willing to partake in the activities.”
Date: May 12, 1969.
· .002 .01 and .02 Two pamphlets to “Bradford Jr. College
Symposium ’70 Disequilibrium Within the Environment” date:
January 28 to 31, 1970. The back lists the planning and
2010.074.246 Conferences Symposium 1972
· .001 Photo from The Haverhill Gazette, May 25, 1972 of
those who attended the symposium: There are five men, two
of which are shaking hands. The photo is glued to a piece of
2010.074.247 Conferences Symposium Today’s World 1973
· .001 Newspaper article from The Haverhill Gazette from
March 1, 1973 glued onto paper: “Philosophy Symposium at
2010.074.248 Conferences, Massachusetts Economic
· .001 Two smaller sheets of paper paper-clipped to a larger
one. First sheet lists the costs of the conference. The
second sheet are written notes about meetings and
questions to ask and says “Lynn Whitaker” at the top and
the paper is from Rowley Printing, Inc. the third sheet is the
“Price quotation for Oct. 29, 1976 coffee and doughnuts” to
Mrs. Bologna. Date: 9/20/76.
· .002 Letter to Miss Constance Leighton from Jerry Cohen
(Special Assistant) date: Sept. 24, 1976 requesting materials
for conference and what needs to be done for each program.
Notes in marker are written on the letter.
· .003 Letter from Michael S. Dukakis (Governor) to “Dear
Friend” inviting them to the Economic Conference in Haverhill
that will be held at Bradford College with the breakdown of
the meeting. Date: 9/30/76.
· .004.01-.03 Two copies of same letter as 2010.074.248.003.
One (.01) has corrections in green pen about the location of
each part of the meeting. Paper-clipped together with the
card for registering for the Massachusetts Economic
· .005 Typed letter on a half sheet of paper to: Bob Strout,
Bertha Daly, Walter Griffen, and Al Hall from: C. Leighton,
informing that attached to the letter is information about the
Governor’s Conference that was held on Oct. 29, 1976.
(Nothing is attached now). Date: 10/1/76.
· .006 Three copies of a letter to: Faculty and Staff from:
College Relations Office in purple ink about the Governor’s
Economic Conference with schedule. .02 Has the date
(10/8/76) oat the bottom in pen. .03 has a lot of corrections
and words crossed out in brown marker and there are staple
holes at the top left corner.
· .007 Letter to: Bob Strout, Bertha Daly, Jeff Eaton, Elaine
Willet, jack Armstrong, Marian Rant, Maurel Landau, Joe
Goldsmith, Florence Page, Dick Newman, Jane McFarland,
and Al Hall From: Connie Leighton with the same body and
schedule as 2010.074.248.006, but with additional
· .008 Notes in pencil and marker on a half sheet of paper
about The Governor’s Council Costs. Date: 10/12/76.
· .009 Handwritten letters to Bob Strout from Connie
(Leighton) about Governor’s Conference. Date: 10/14/76.
· .010 Handwritten letter to Jeff Eaton from Connie (Leighton)
about having police officers outside the conference. Date:
· .011.01 & .02 Two letters paper-clipped together: .01 is to
Dr. Jack Armstrong (President of Bradford College), from
Jerry Cohen (Special Assistant) to governor Michael Dukakis.
There are corrections at the top fixing the address on the
letter head. Date: 10/15/76. Attached is an invitation (.02)
to the conference (same as 2010.074.248 .003)
· .012 Resume of Stuart L. Mandell with stamp at the bottom
left corner. “Received Oct. 22, 1976, Office of the Secretary
of Manpower Affairs.”
.013 Schedule of the Massachusetts Economic Conference
at Haverhill, Oct. 25, 1976 with information about the
Business Contact Program on back. Signed by Michael S.
.014 (.01) Same schedule as 2010.074.248.013, paper-
clipped to a yellow booklet (.02) titled “An Economic
Development Program for Massachusetts” Michael S. Dukakis
(Governor) Date: August 1976. Also included is the concert
format (.03), pamphlet (.04) to Massachusetts’ Unique
Resources and same resume (.05) as 2010.074.248.012 with
corrections and a letter to Jacob from Connie (Leighton).
.015 Invoice for Governor Dukakis’ Conference: $34.52 due
to Bradford College. Date: 10/29/76.
.016 Letter to Mr. Jack Armstrong (President of Bradford
College) From Michael S. Dukakis thanking him for letting
them use the Conover Hall for the conference. Written in
pencil at the bottom: “Nov. 4, 1976” and “bcc. Connie
.017 Letter from Frank A. Tredinnick Jr. (Executive Vice
President) of the Association of Independent Colleges and
Universities in Mass.) To President Jack L. Armstrong. A copy
of the response to the letter is attached. Date: 12/2/76.
.018 (.01) One letter from Jerry Cohen (Special Assistant,
Executive Office of Economic Affairs) to Constance Leighton.
.02 is her response letter from Dec. 13, 1976.
.019 Letter from Constance Leighton, Director of College
Relations, to Jerry Cohen date: Feb. 22, 1977 (.01) in
response to his Dec. 15, 1976 letter about finance for
.020 contact sheet/Photograph Number grid to send to Jerry
Cohen, from Al Hall. No date.
.021 Miscellaneous scrap pieces of paper about the
conference, with information about the students who are
attending, finances, the schedule, and more.
2010.074.249 Contracts (All laminated, some marked)
.001 Letter from William Bricket from Aug. 9, 1823 with letter
from Benjamin Grumby to Mr. Morse (Bradford Academy)
date: Nov. 10, 1827. Brickett does not believe “Aunt” will
allow Moses to leave his home for fear of morals getting
.002 Contract from June 20, 1841.
.003 contract with a monetary description of goods given to
Academy from April 1947 from John H. Swagey to William
Brickett with translation of original document attached.
.004 “Contract: 1869: Contract with F.L. Clogston and Co. to
install steam heat in new Academy under Construction.”
Date: April 22, 1869.
.005 “Contract: 1880: Agreement with town of Bradford in
regards to waterworks.”
.006 “Contracts: 1892, Labor and Material for completion of
East Wing” Date: May 14, 1892.
.007 “Contracts: 1895 contract with New England Telephone
and Telegraph Co.” Date: Nov. 12, 1895.
.008 8X3 in. piece of paper with a short note from John
Brickett Jr., Thomas Harding, and John Chase stating that
Mr. William Brickett is of “good moral character.”
2010.074.250A Convocations Transcripts 1952 Verbatim
Transcripts for Sesquicentennial Convocation
· .001 Oct 25, 1952 Spiritual Needs in Education Today.
Summary of Panel Discussions.
· .002 “Oct 25, 1952 Spiritual Needs in Education Today”
Address: James R. Killian Jr., President, MIT
· .003 Oct 25, 1952 “Spiritual Needs in Education Today II” “
Where in Does Honor Lie?”
· .004 “Oct 25, 1952 Spiritual Needs in Education Today” with
“(Fornes sppcj marked up for publishing)” At top right
corner in red pencil.
· .005 Oct 25, 1952--Denworth Hall “What is the Place of
· .006 Oct 25, 1952--Panel Discussion “People of Conviction
in Action” Ellwood W. Hill, Moderator with “(Parts edited in
pencil)” at top right corner in red pencil.
· .007 Oct 25, 1952 --Panel Discussion “People of Conviction
in Action” Ellwood W. Hill, Moderator with no pencil marks.
2010.074.250B Convocations--Founder’s Day Verbatim
· .008.01 & .02 Student chapel Services Programs (two
originals) Oct. 26, 1952
· .009.01 to .05 Community Convocation “You and Your
Community” March 7, 1953 (five original programs)
· .010.01 & .02 Bulletin of the Sesquicentennial Convocation
Oct 25, 1952 (two original). .02 has stamp: “Bradford Jr.
· .011 Bulletin of the Sesquicentennial Convocation Oct 25,
1952 (two original). .2 has a stamp “Bradford Jr. College
· .012.01 to .08 Bulletin “You are Cordially Invited to the
College--Community Convocation of Bradford’s 150th
Founder’s Day: Saturday, March 7, 1953 (eight originals)
· .013 Programs for Sesquicentennial Convocation “Spiritual
Needs in Education Today” Oct. 25, 1952 (two small
· .014 Programs for Sesquicentennial Convocation “Spiritual
Needs in Education Today” Oct. 25, 1952 (three large
· .015 Laminated Programs for the Sesquicentennial
Convocation “Spiritual Needs in Education Today” Oct. 25,
1952. Attached is a gold ribbon that reads “Bradford
· .016 Commemorative Ribbon: Miss Constance Leighton
Bradford Hostess 150
· .017 Program: General Information for Convocation Guests”
with a map of Bradford/Haverhill on back with includes:
Haverhill Country Club, Monument Square, and Bradford Jr.
College 9.75X6.75 in. There are pencil marking corrections.
· .018 An 8X10 photograph of 1952 convocation taken from
the balcony looking down onto the stage where a speaker is
at the podium (president?) faculty are seared. All wearing
cap and gowns. On the back in pencil top right corner:
150th Convocation October, 1952
· .019 Ticket to: “Bradford Jr. College Sesquicentennial
Convocation Saturday, Oct. 25, 1952. “Please Keep This
Ticket With You It is your admission card to all Convocation
sessions and to the lunchroom.” Yellow 1.75X3.5 in.
· .020.01 to .04 Reservation Card, blue with return address
on front (Bradford Jr. College) and the back says “Please
return by October 15, 1952. 3.5X5.5 in. .01 and .02 are blue
and .03 and .04 are off white.
· .021.01 to .04 Four invitations for the “College--Community
Convocation celebrating the One Hundred & Fiftieth
Anniversary of Founders’ Day” March 7, 1953. .03 is
missing an envelope and tissue paper. 4.25X5.5 in.
· .022.01 to .04 Reservation cards for “Founders’ Day
Luncheon as a Guest of the College” with the return
address on the back and “Please return this card by
Wednesday, February 25, 1953” and “Att. Mrs. M. Chase
· .023.01 to .03 Three cards: “Souvenir of the
Sesquicentennial Founders’ Day Convocation March 7,
1953” and “Compliments of Haverhill Chamber of
Commerce and Haverhill Trade School.” Only .01 is
· .024 Typed paper: “Suggested Reading List for Bradford’s
Sesquicentennial Convocation, October 25, “1953” written
· .025 Typed paper: “Report on Sesquicentennial
· .026 Typed paper: “Dignitaries and Honored Guests.” Top
right corner in pencil: “1952 Convocation.”
· .027 Typed “Roster of Official Delegates: Colleges and
Secondary Schools.” Four pages; page four has “1952” in
pencil and on the back, written twice.
· . 028 Map: “Vicinity Map Bradford Junior College Bradford
Massachusetts Sesquicentennial 1803-1953.” It is a hand-
drawn map with a guide.
2010.074.250C Convocations Founders’ Day Transcripts 1952
(All secured in blue folders)
· .029 Verbatim Transcript: Bradford Jr. college--Community
Convocation “You and Your Community Keynote Address”
Founders’ Day: March 7 Bradford, Massachusetts 1803-
1953. 15 pgs
· .030 Verbatim Transcript: Bradford Jr. College--Community
Convocation “You and Your Community” I “What is the
Citizen’s Part in Local Government?” Saturday Morning
10:45-12:15 march 7, 1953 Bradford, Mass. 53 pgs.
· .031 Verbatim Transcript: Bradford Jr. College--Community
Convocation “What is the Citizen’s Responsibility for
Volunteer Participation in Community Living?” Bradford jr.
College Haverhill, Mass. Saturday march 7, 1953. 44 pgs.
· .032 Verbatim Transcript: Bradford Jr. college--Community
Convocation “You and Your Community Panels.” III and IV.
Founders’ Day March 7 Bradford, Mass 1803-1953. 105
· .033 Verbatim Transcript: Bradford Jr. College--Community
Convocation “How Does a Community Develop its
Potentials for Recreation?” Bradford Jr. College Haverhill,
Mass Saturday March 7, 1953. 50 pgs.
· .034 Verbatim Transcript: Bradford Jr. College--Community
Convocation “You and Your Community” VI “How Can a
Community Best Benefit From the Cultural Traditions of It’s
Citizens?” Saturday Afternoon 2:00-3:30 March 7, 1953
Bradford, Mass. 59 pgs.
· .035 Verbatim Transcript: Bradford Jr. college--Community
Convocation “You and Your Community Panel Summaries.”
Saturday Afternoon 3.45 5:00 March 7, 1953 Bradford,
Mass. 39 pages.
2010.074.251 Convocations 1961
· .001 Speech: “Statement by Miss Bell for Edith P. Brown”
Two pages typed and stapled together at the top right
corner. Date: Oct. 16. 1961.
· .002 “Memorandum” Date: Nov. 1, 961. A typed list of the
“Convocation Expenses Schedule” (partial)--Approved by
Miss Bell on Oct. 24, 1961.
· .003 Paper: Typed Biographies of six Convocation
Chairman: Fred C. Scribner, Jr., Henri Peyre, Charles H.
Morgan, M.F. Ashley Montagu, Santha Rama Rau, Elliott
Lee Richardson. Has some corrections in pencil.
· .004.01 to .07 Seven programs for Bradford Jr. College
Special Convocation November 3.4, 1961 Bradford, Mass.
.01 contains a red pamphlet for the Convocation with a map
stapled to the back that also lists Accommodations Near
Bradford Jr. College. .06 contains a map from
201.074.250.028 is 10X7 ins.
· .005.01 to .05 Five Programs: Excerpts from Speakers at
the Special Convocation November 3-4, 1961. “Bradford
and the Inquiring Mind” Extracted and Edited by George E.
Brown of the Bradford English Department.
· .006.01 to .06 Six Pamphlets for the Bradford Jr. College
Convocation Nov. 3-4, 1961. They are red and show a
picture of the college.
· .007 Invitation to “A Special Convocation” by The President,
Trustees, and Faculty of Bradford Jr. College on Nov. 3-4,
· .008 Bulletin: “The Quill” “Convocation--Bradford Look to the
Future” “Bradford and the Inquiring Mind.” Published by the
Students of Bradford Jr. College, Bradford, Mass. Date:
Oct. 30, 1961 13.75X 9.5 ins.
· .009 Announcement for the “Special Convocation on the
theme ‘Bradford and the Inquiring Mind’” Date: Nov. 3-4,
1961. It is typed in red and is on a 5X7 card.
· .010 Letter to Christopher Legge from Dorothy M. Bell
asking him to serve as a member of the Convocation
Committee. Date: July 11, 1961.
· .011 A three page Agenda: Convocation Committee,
Bradford Jr. College Wednesday, July 26, 1961. 10:00 AM
at the President’s Office. It is typed with penciled-in notes.
· .012 Two page typed of Background Material for the
Convocation. Date: July 20, 1961.
· .013 Transcript: Bradford Jr. College Convocation “In
Defense of Useless Subjects by Charles H. Morgan.
Haverhill Country Club. Date: Nov. 3, 1961. A blue cover
and is typed on a translucent paper with a watermark: “Little
Falls Reusable Cotton Content” The second page is
crossed out and there are some pen corrections. It is 18
· .014 Transcript: Bradford Jr. College “Special Convocation”
Saturday Nov. 4, 1961 in the Auditorium, Denworth Hall. It
has a grey cover with a water mark on the first page with
the pages crossed out and there are pen markings.
· .016 Transcript Bradford Jr. College “Special Convocation
Symposium” Pgs 1-64. Has water marks on the pages.
· .017.01 to .02 “Convocation Committee Organization”
Date: Aug. 28, 1961. .02 is a 4.5X5.5 envelope for Mr. Fred
C. Scribner, Jr. Convocation Chairman Bradford Jr.
2010.074.252 Folder: Convocation Nov. 3-4 1961 Convocation
· .001 Newspaper article in the Haverhill Gazette Date: Nov.
4, 1961 “Jr. College Confers Honors Convocation Occasion
for Awards.” There are three pictures: 1) Manual Epstein,
Nicholas Johnson, Mrs. Willard Cogswell, Aldo Santarelli. 2)
George McGregor, Donald Freeman, Mrs Louis Swartz and
Raymond McNamara. 3) Bernard Durgin, Mrs. Asher B.
Arnold and Lawrence Ewing.” It is glued to a piece of paper.
· .002 Various Newspaper clippings for Convocation Divided
up into three different sheet protectors.
· .003.01 & .02 Description of the Bradfordania Collection,
contains: Access and Preservation of the Collection,
Policies and Procedures, Collection Development Plan,
Field Work to Further Develop the Pal, Future Maintenance,
Proposed Budget, Goals for the First Six Months of the
Project, Goals for the second Phase of the Project. 5pgs.
There is a sticky note attached: “Laura Lincard’s Plan”
· .004.01 to .06 .01: Pamphlet from NEDCC. .02: Technical
Leaflets: “Conservation Procedures [for] Works of Art and
Ubound Artifacts on Paper.” .04: “Planning and Prioritizing.”
.05: “New NEDCC Manual Answers Preservation
Questions.” .06: A grid developed by Pam Darling “as a tool
for comparing the pricing of possible preservations actions”
· .005 Letters ranging from 9/26/85 to 9/10/92
o .01 Memo to: Ann Chesebro, Director of Alumni
Activities From: Tin Sweda, Director of the Library
RE: Bradfordaina. Attached are: III Comments, IV
Recommendations and Suggestions and a copy of
the same Bradfordaina Report as 2010.074.002
Date: Aug. 1985.
o .02 Letter About the Collection From Carol Hayward
Vanderpol and Ruth Benner. Date: Feb. 8, 1988.
o .03 Memo to Han Breen, Tom Sweda, Nancy
Pederson, Sandra Swain From: Ruth Benner with
“Ruth Benner 4/18/88” written in pen. Re:
Bradfordiana Grant Application--More Information
about our means of request. There is a sticky note
attached: “Ruth Benner Rev. Al Whittaker...Buildings
and ground column in grant attached.
o .04 Letter to: Mr. Albert H. Whitaker, Jr. From: Ann
F. Powell Vice President for College Relations about
the Bradfordaina Collection. Attached: “Proposed
o .05 Letter to: Jan Green, Tom Sweda, Sandra S.
Bromwell, Mary Senior and Nancy Pederson. From:
Ruth Benner Re: Our meeting with Mr. Al Whittaker
Date: Oct. 18, 1988.
File Cabinet A Drawer 2
2010.074.051 (Not in a folder)
· .001 Four books “Bradford Academy
Reminiscences” dated October 10. 1891
· .002 Two papers read at the Annual Meeting of
the Alumnae. Papers written by Harriet O. Nelson
and Betsey G. Kendall.
· Copies of document describing step singing at
Bradford Academy school songs; step singing
manual and class songs from the 1960s.
2010.074.053 Seal, Reproductions, and Original of
Bradford Jr. College Seal and house logo
· .001 Bradford Jr. College seal
· .002 Bradford Academy
· .003 Reproduction of Bradford Jr. College
2010.074.054 Societies--The Female Association
Constitution. 1817. Copy
· Original constitution of the Female Association of
Bradford Academy. Date: Oct. 11, 1817.
2010.074.055 Societies. 1818. Sister Circle of
· .001 Copy of list of members
· .002 Original list of members addressed to Miss
Abigail Richardson Franklin
· .003 Copy of Constitution
· .004 Original Constitution
· .005 Copy of letter from John Richardson to
Librarian Bradford Academy.
· .006 Original letter from Richardson to Librarian
dated Feb. 15, 1921.
· Original Constitution of Bradford Auxiliary
Society for the Education of Pious Young Men.
· Original Document. 1840. Invitation to join a
· Original notebook of the Missionary Society of
Bradford Academy 1868-1869
· Original notebook of the Missionary Society at
Bradford Academy 1868 to 1869.
· Original pamphlet from 1940-41 “Christian
Union--What is it and how does it work?”
2010.074.061 Societies. Christian Union. 1904
· An original document: “Christian Union, Subject:
the Spirit of Christmas Leader: Lucy Lindsley.”
Date: Dec. 11, 1904.
2010.074.062 Societies: Lenora Society--Musicale,
· Original pamphlet Bradford Academy dated June
19, 1900. Musicale performed by the pupils of
Mr. S.M. Downs assisted by The Lenora Society of
2010.074.063 Societies: Lenora Society--Musicale,
· Original pamphlet for the event. Musicale
performed by the pupils of Mr. S.M. Downs
assisted by The Lenora Society of Bradford
2010.074.064 Societies Lenora Society. Program,
· Original pamphlet “Bradford Academy” dated
June 12, 1905
2010.074.065 Societies: Masqueraders
· Constitution, a typed document from 1921
· An original handbook of group activities 1926 to
2010.075.067 Societies: Masqueraders
· Original newspaper clipping from 1928. “A
Guiding Star i Collegiate Dramatics: Miss Gwynne
Williams of Larchmont Elected President of the
Masqueraders’ Society at Bradford Academy
Bradford, Mass.” with a snapshot of Gwynne
Williams in front of building.
2010.074.068 Societies: Lenora
· Original program for event at the Lecture Hall at
Boston Public Library. Dated April 21, 1929.
2010.074.069 Societies: Christian Union Association
· Final statement from 1938, signed by Ann Carroll
· Typed document dated 1957 to 1958 “Clubs at
· Copied document dated 1966 to 1967 “Officers of
Student Organizations--First Semester”
2010.074.072 Speeches, addresses. No date.
· Original documents. Three papers possible
delivered by the Principal
2010.074.073 Speeches, addresses. No date.
· Handwritten addresses given to young ladies on
eve of departure and eve of Sabbath, presumably
by school principal.
2010.074.074 Speeches, addresses
· Address to Miss Ann Parker on her departure
from Bradford to go to Syria as a missionary.
Date: 1822, original document.
2010.074.075 Speeches, addresses, etc.--1803
· An address composed by Sally Billingham about
leaving the academy
2010.074.076 Speeches, addresses--April 15, 1841
· William M. Rogers Dedication of New Hall,
Bradford academy. A gift of Dartmouth College
Library from March f8, 1975.
2010.074.077 Speeches, addresses, etc.--1869
· Commencement topic by Erbena Quinner
(formally Gooding) with the subject of
2010.074.078 Presentation of Portraits of Rufus
· Portraits of Harriet Newell and Ann H. Judson
2010.074.079 Speeches, addresses, etc.--Dec. 12, 1888
· Berry, Mary (Richardson) pupil in 1854. Toast
“Alma Mater” given at reunion at Revere House.
2010.074.080 Presentation of a Portrait of Samuel D.
· Reverend A.S. Twombly date: June 12, 1889.
2010.074.081 Speeches, addresses, etc.
· Read by Elizabeth A. Barrows (Cate) at a reunion
of five classmates of 1842 in 1891.
2010.074.082 Speeches, addresses--1892
· Original document possibly given by the school
2010.074.083 Speeches, addresses, etc.
· Speech by Mary L. Oliver (Merrill) Class of 1842
(the first class to receive diplomas. Read in
2010.074.084 Document from October of 1891
· Class of 1842 Reminiscences of Elizabeth Cate
barrows when five of her class returned to
2010.074.085 Original Pamphlet
· Two papers read at the Annual Meeting of the
Alumnae on Oct. 10, 1891 by Harriet O. Nelson
and Betsy G. Kendall.
2010.074.086 Address from July of 1891
· George Cogswell (trustee) at the presentation of
paintings; a gift of Mrs. Susan C. Warren.
2010.074.087 “Faith, Virtue and Knowledge”
· Originals from 1892 by Andrew P. Peabody.
2010.074.088 Speeches & Addresses
· Original document, an addresses delivered to the
school on Nov. 8, 1898. The subject was
2010.074.089 Speeches, addresses, etc from 1901
· Laura A. Knott, Principal, at a reception given by
the Trustees in her honor. Original pamphlets;
2010.074.090 Typed document June 17, 1903
· Laura A. Knott’s Centennial Celebration speech.
2010.074.091 Speeches, addresses, etc 125th
· At the Frances Fenton Park at Dean Smith College
2010.074.092 Speeches, addresses, etc 125th
· By Reverend Charles Huntington, Board of
Trustees at Bradford Academy.
2010.074.093 Speeches, addresses, etc 125th
· By John H. Trumbell, the Governor of Connecticut
2010.074.094 Speeches, addresses, etc 125th
· Alice Babson Whittemore, luncheon speaker.
Alice was the 1095 President of Bradford Alumni
2010.074.095 Speeches, addresses, etc 125th
· jean S. Pond, luncheon speaker, and Vice
Principal of Bradford Academy and graduated in
2010.074.096 Speeches, addresses, etc 125th
· By Bertha Bailey the principal at Abbot Academy
2010.074.097 Speeches, addresses, etc 125th
· By Hon. Wellington Wells, the president of Mass
2010.074.098 Speeches, addresses, etc 125th
· the Luncheon Speaker was Professor Harold E.B.
Speight at Dartmouth College