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Marion Blake as a Mount Holyoke student, dressed in white, standing outdoors with an unidentified companion
Scene of two students, probably Marion Blake on the left, studying in the Mount Holyoke library
Marion Blake as a Mount Holyoke student (on the right), seated with two other young women in a wooded area
Frances Perkins and President John Kennedy at the 50th Anniversary dinner for the Department of Labor, March 4, 1963
Sarah Parker Eastman
Marion Blake as a student, holding flowers, standing with a tree and a grassy hillside in the background
Marion Blake as a Mount Holyoke student (on the right), standing with two other young  women in a wooded area
Letter and envelope from Mary Woolley to Jeannette Marks
Shapes and names of Greek vases, pencil study
Marion Blake standing in a garden with an unidentified male companion
Letter with introduction by Adaline Kelsey, Class of 1868, describing her first six months as a missionary physician in China, from October 30, 1878, until April, 1879
Letter from Adaline Kelsey to her friends from the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, Class of 1868, dated April 4, 1879, describing her life as a missionary physician in Chefoo, China
Adaline Kelsey's autobiography
"Hospital Experiences," an article published by Adaline Kelsey in Nikko, Japan, July 4th, 1905
Adaline Kelsey, bust-length 3/4 view studio portrait at the time of her graduation from Mount Holyoke
Letter from A. W. Van Buren to Marion Blake dated 9 September 1926
Travelers posing on the steps of a church or other building during Marion Blake's Scandinavian trip, front and back of a picture
Travelers on deck of a ship during Marion Blake's Scandinavian trip, front and back of a picture
Marion Blake's portrait, probably when she graduated from Mount Holyoke
Barbara Reck, Class of 1943
Irene Cronin, Class of 1943, in her later years
I-Djen Ho '33
Frances Carrington, Class of 1915, posing on the town's Civil War monument
Frances Carrington, Class of 1915, posing on campus in front of a dormitory

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