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- Subject: Pembroke College (Brown University) -- Alumni and alumnae X
Call Number: OF-1S-7zp
Overview: The Alumnae Association Files includes meeting minutes, committee activity notes, class officers, and fundraising projects dated from 1900 to 2007. It includes materials regarding Andrews Association, Pembroke College Clubs, speaker lists, scrapbook materials, and flyers and invitations.
Call Number: OF.1S.2019.008
Overview: This collection contains administrative and historical records of the Brown Alumnae Club of Kent County. Materials date from 1987-2018 and include bylaws, Presidents’ binders, secretary’s books, photographs from events, and a scrapbook.
Call Number: AMS-1U-B9
Overview: This collection consists of the papers of Nancy L. Buc, a 1965 graduate of Brown University, an attorney and the first woman Chief Counsel for the Food the Drug Administration. The collection documents Buc’s personal and professional life with a particular focus on her career in government in Washington, DC, and her service on the Corporation of Brown University. Materials include biographical information, correspondence, conference material, speeches, writings, subject files, print material,...
Call Number: AMS-1U-2019.002
Overview: This collection contains 18 black and white photographs of Pembroke College students on campus and a copy of "Pembroke Magazine" which belonged to Carol Canner, Brown University class of 1959. Materials date from 1956-1959.
Call Number: Ms.2019.004
Overview: This collection consists of the papers of Ruth B. Ekstrom, education testing researcher and early woman member of the Brown Corporation. The collection documents Ekstrom’s student life, career, and participation in establishing the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women at Brown University. Materials include correspondence, clippings, Pembroke College ephemera, subject files, and published works by Ekstrom, dating from 1924-1988. The collection is arranged alphabetically by record...
Call Number: Ms.2013.012
Overview: This collection consists of the papers of Penelope Hartland-Thunberg, economist, expert on international trade and finance, and member of the United States Tariff Commission (1965-1969) and Central Intelligence Agency (ca.1954-1978). The collection documents Hartland-Thunberg’s professional life and scholarship. Materials include biographical information, correspondence, files pertaining to her role at the Georgetown Center for Economic and Strategic Studies, writings, speeches, and photographs...
Call Number: Ms.2018.009
Overview: This collection consists of the personal papers of Maria Louise Laviolette, Pembroke College alumna from the class of 1905. Papers document events at Pembroke and include Class Day, commencement, and Ivy Day programs, as well as a formal graduation photo of Laviolette and a photo book of Brown University. The collection spans from 1905-1906 with the exception of one piece of correspondence from 2018.
Dates: 1905-1906, 2018
Call Number: Ms.2017.021
Overview: This collection consists of the personal papers of Mary Jane Mikuriya, Asian-American Pembroke College alumna from the class of 1956. Papers document Mikuriya’s time at Pembroke and include clippings, room assignment correspondence and cards, commencement and Father Daughter Weekend programs, facebooks, scrapbook pages, her diploma, and contemporary reminiscences. The collection spans from 1952 – 2017 and is particularly compelling for users researching the experience of post World War II,...
Call Number: ms2019.009
Overview: This collection consists of the personal papers of Peggy Ogden, Pembroke College class of 1953, and primarily document the Stephen A. Ogden Jr. ’60 Memorial Lecture Series at Brown University named after her brother. Materials include her diplomas, family photos, and correspondence and DVDs related to the lecture series, and date from 1949 – 2018.
Call Number: MS-2018-013
Overview: This collection consists of the personal papers of Anna C. Renzi, Pembroke College alumna from the class of 1947. Renzi was the first woman to receive a Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Civil Engineering from Brown University. She went on to become chief of the District Highways and Traffic Department’s programming division in Washington, DC. Papers document Renzi’s time at Pembroke and her subsequent career. Materials include Junior Promenade, May Day, and commencement programs;...