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Folder 22: Miscellaneous M.A.C. Handbooks
Handbook No. 3: Information (entrance requirements, expenses, enrollment, courses, equipment, etc.)  1921 Jan.
Handbook No. 1: Opportunities for Self-Help and Information to Needy Students  1921 May
Memorial Hall - Regulations of the Board of Managers  1923 Sept. 15
RULES: Student Copy  [published by direction of the M.A.C. faculty]  1930 Sept.
Constitution and By-Laws of the Honor System  n. d.
Folder 23: Women's Residence Halls
Scrapbook from Dean of Women Helen Curtis Cole (mostly newspaper clippings about Heads of Residence, namesakes of residence halls, and social events; also some handwritten letters, photos, and information on art in women's residences  [Acc. #97-054]  bulk ca. 1948-1969
Folder 24: Dedication of Sylvan Area Residence Halls
Correspondence between Dean of Women Helen Curtis and Elizabeth L. McNamara re: meeting with her in Boston to discuss important matters (2 items)  1950 Jan.
Remarks by Helen Curtis at Dedication: "Tribute to Elizabeth L. McNamara"  1971 Oct. 23
Folder 25: Photographs of Helen Curtis Cole
Helen Curtis outside the college chapel n. d.
Colleagues attending Helen Curtis' retirement party at the Faculty Club n. d.
Dr.  Varley, Dr. Duus, and Lorna Sass  (left to right) n. d.
Women's Affairs Officers 1962
Heads of the Residence Staff  1966
The new physical education building for women.  [Women in the photo were identified as Flora, Ruth, and Mildred.] n. d.
Mortar Board 1970
Welcoming incoming frosh at Knowlton House n. d.
International night n. d.
Folder 26: Margaret Hamlin (Agricultural Counselor for Women, Placement Counselor for Women, 1918-48)
"Alumnae Find Jobs Through Miss Hamlin's Office," in: M.S.C. Alumni Bulletin  1935 Dec. 
"Tribute" - written for her upon retiring. [1948]
Margaret Hamlin Fund [letters and documents related to her bequest, and the establishment of  a student endowment fund for needy women.] 1963-72
"Notes about Margaret Hamlin," written by Helen Curtis 1973 Jan. 10
Folder 27: Committee of Ten minutes
"Minutes of Committee Meeting of Committee of Ten" [re: funding to build a home economics building; Hamlin was recording secretary.] 1940 Dec. 11
Folder 28: Printed Materials Related to Women Students
"Education for Women at Massachusetts State College," by Edna L. Skinner, Adviser of Women 1934 Jan.
"Construction of Women's Dorm Started This Week" [newspaper article; publication unknown] [ca. 1940]
"Miss Edna Skinner Speaks Hopefully of Coed Housing" [newspaper article; publication unknown] [ca.. 1940]

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