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Bronx Community College Ephemera Collection, 1954-2007, Allen Thomas, Cynthia Tobar Feb 2018

Bronx Community College Ephemera Collection, 1954-2007, Allen Thomas, Cynthia Tobar

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Finding aid for Bronx Community College Ephemera Collection prepared by Bronx Community College Archives.


Finding Aid To The Collection Of Louise Helen Coburn Materials, Louise Helen Coburn, Colby College Special Collections Jan 2018

Finding Aid To The Collection Of Louise Helen Coburn Materials, Louise Helen Coburn, Colby College Special Collections

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Louise Helen Coburn was born in Skowhegan, Maine on September 1, 1856, daughter of Stephen Coburn and Helen Sophia Miller. Coburn was Colby's second female graduate (after Mary Low Carver) in 1877, and graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors. She also later received an honorary Litt. D. degree from Colby in 1914. Coburn's family was deeply tied to Colby College. Her father Stephen graduated in 1839, and the Coburn family was critical to Colby's early development as benefactors. Coburn was a co-founder, along with Mary Low Carver and others, of the Sigma Kappa Sorority. Coburn also later ...


Finding Aid To The Collection Of Mary Low Carver Materials, Mary Low Carver, Colby College Special Collections Jan 2018

Finding Aid To The Collection Of Mary Low Carver Materials, Mary Low Carver, Colby College Special Collections

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Mary Caffrey Low (later Carver), born on March 22, 1850, in Waterville, Maine, was the first woman to graduate from Colby College. In 1871, she enrolled as the college's first female student, to graduate four years later in 1875. She was one of the first women in New England to receive a regular A.B. degree. Low was the only female student at Colby until the fall of 1873, when she was joined by four other women, among them Louise Helen Coburn. In 1874, Low co-founded the Sigma Kappa Sorority. Low was the first woman to appear on the ...