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Fri Mar 21 17:06:58 2014 UTClccn-n833014690.00Newnham College. Record of benefactors made in the jubilee year of the College, 19210.721.00Letter158973176n 833014691096955Newnham College Ehemalige Vorzugsbenennung SWDUniversity Cambridge Newnham CollegeUniversity of Cambridge. Newnham Collegelccn-n50036393Harrison, Jane Ellen1850-1928lccn-n88015873Peacock, Sandra J.1955-lccn-n50082619Strong, Eugénie1860-1943lccn-n84198685Beard, Mary1955-lccn-no98113317Robinson, Annabelnp-phillips, ann$m aPhillips, AnnM.A.lccn-no2006045506Clough, Anne Jemimalccn-no2006047326Clough, Blanche Athenalccn-n84046593Hamilton, Mary Agnes1884-1966lccn-n50053359Sutton, John Edward GilesNewnham CollegeHistoryConference proceedingsRegistersBiographyNewnham CollegeGreat BritainClassicistsArchaeologistsHarrison, Jane Ellen,Mythology--HistoriographyRitual--HistoriographyHistory, Ancient--HistoriographyStrong, Eugénie,England--CambridgeLiterature and anthropologyMythology, Classical--HistoriographyClassical philology--Study and teachingClough, Anne JemimaWomen--EducationEnglandSidgwick, Eleanor Mildred,AntiquitiesAgriculture, PrehistoricAfrica, Sub-SaharanIron ageExcavations (Archaeology)Bantu-speaking peoplesAfrica, SouthernHospital librariesFeminismPresidentsWomen classicistsWomen archaeologistsUniversities and colleges--FacultyAgricultureMaasai (African people)--Social conditionsCivilization, Ancient--HistoriographyTanzania--Arusha RegionSocial historyWomen--Education (Higher)Speeches, addresses, etcRepplier, Agnes,Sedgwick, Henry Dwight,Smith CollegeMassachusetts--NorthamptonAbbott, Lyman,Howe, Julia Ward,Literature--Women authorsKelly, Howard A.--(Howard Atwood),Women's collegesStudentsBlackwell, Elizabeth,Longfellow, Alice M.--(Alice Mary),Theater18791880188218861888189218971903190519121916191719211929193619381944194619471949195019631964196519681979198019811983198519871988198919901995199619992000200120022009201020112012188783116378.42659GN780.4.B331843ocn004499655book19790.84A Newnham anthologyHistory+-+6048866705324661ocn035917095book19960.92The growth of farming communities in Africa from the Equator southwards : being the proceedings of a conference of the British Institute in Eastern Africa (in association with the African Studies Centre of Cambridge University) held in Newnham College, Cambridge, 4-8 July, 1994431ocn000086846book19680.95Library AssociationLibrarianship and therapy; papers given at the Hospital Libraries and Handicapped Readers Group conference and weekend school held at Newnham College, Cambridge, July, 1967Conference proceedings82ocn012973324book19850.97Village Study-Group Tanzania 1984Village Study-Group Tanzania 1984 : final report61ocn271061932book19630.47Newnham CollegeNewnham College register 1871-1950. 1924-195061ocn271061926book19630.47Newnham CollegeNewnham College register 1871-1950. 1871-192341ocn073212147serial0.47The Henry Sidgwick memorial lecture21ocn558102969book1946Girton College (University of Cambridge)Girton and Newnham Colleges ... Joint entrance and scholarship examination papers, November 1946 [etc.]21ocn036418404book19210.47Newnham CollegeRecord of benefactors, made in the jubilae year of the college, 192121ocn049740660book2001Hamlin, AnnPioneers of the pastBiography23ocn558104710book19630.92Newnham CollegeNewnham College register, 1871-1950Registers22ocn810503281book19790.47Newnham CollegeNewnham College register, 1871-1971Biography21ocn050394265serial1.00Newnham CollegeReport21ocn316156957book1921Newnham CollegeNewnham College. Record of benefactors made in the jubilee year of the College, 192121ocn041302900book19890.47Steinberg, Jonathan"Based on fact but told like a novel" : the historical legacy of C.B.A. Behrens : a memorial lecture given in Newnham College on 16 June 1989 in association with Clare Hall11ocn085028136book19800.47Cambridge commemorated : a programme of readings and music, the Senate House, Thursday 27 March 1980, in aid of the Newnham College Development Fund11ocn504619570serialNewnham CollegeLetter. 1925; 1933; 1958; 1959; 1961; 1962; 1964-1973; 1975; 1977, etc11ocn499612401book0.88Newnham CollegeNewnham College register, 1871-1971BiographyRegisters11ocn055864309book19160.47Newnham CollegeDraft of proposed charter and statutes : [with statement relating to the same]11ocn055866507book18920.47Newnham CollegeMemorandum of association, 1880-- articles of association, 18924782ocn017484370book19880.59Peacock, Sandra JJane Ellen Harrison : the mask and the selfBiography+-+13769555853244142ocn043245889book20000.66Beard, MaryThe invention of Jane HarrisonHistoryBiographyQuestioning the common criteria for identifying intellectual "influence" and "movements," Beard exposes the mythology that is embedded in the history of classics. At the same time she provides a picture of a sparkling intellectual scene."--BOOK JACKET+-+67675592152624ocn048475384book20010.84Robinson, AnnabelThe life and work of Jane Ellen HarrisonBiography"A rebel against Victorian mores, Jane Ellen Harrison (1850-1928) was the first woman to make a name in modern classical scholarship. She was renowned for her public lectures on Greek art and for her books on ancient Greek religion and mythology. She was fascinated by primitive ritual as it survives in the superstitions and practices of ordinary people. Working together with Gilbert Murray at Oxford and Francis Cornford at Cambridge, she applied new discoveries in anthropology and sociology to classical studies, stirring up controversy amongst classicists, while influencing English writers such as T. S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf."+-+K8879744651037ocn006593540book18970.90Clough, Blanche AthenaA memoir of Anne Jemima Clough721ocn001451787book19360.76Hamilton, Mary AgnesNewnham; an informal biography511ocn001451607book19210.73Gardner, AliceA short history of Newnham college, Cambridge424ocn319210070book20090.76Clough, Anne JemimaA feminist case study in transnational migration : the Anne Jemima Clough journalsHistoryBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondenceAlthough until now virtually unacknowledged in the field of women' education, Anne Jemima Clough was active throughout her long life in the field. Among other positions, she held the position of principal of Newnham College, Cambridge, for more than a decade, from 1880 until her death in 1892. But in spite of her prominent position, her achievements were overshadowed by her more visible and vocal contemporaries in higher education, such as Emily Davies and Josephine Butler. Nevertheless, she+-+6349538996324282ocn005779840book19030.66Clough, Blanche AthenaA memoir of Anne Jemima Cough, first principal of Newnham college, Cambridge101ocn018413235book19870.88Whetham, Catherine DurningLetters from Newnham College, 1889-1892102ocn014716878book19810.88Newnham CollegeNewnham College register, 1871-1971BiographyRegisters61ocn035306617book19120.98Sollas, I. B. JThe story of Newnham College61ocn031539815book18790.97Adams, John CouchNewnham College51ocn751754661book20110.10Davidson, AlanThe Newnham yearPictorial works52ocn220162598book19380.81Sidgwick, EthelMrs. Henry Sidgwick, a memoir by her niece, Ethel SidgwickBiography42ocn551238855com19640.92Newnham CollegeNewnham College register, 1871-1950Registers32ocn085103206book19810.47Newnham CollegeNewnham College Register, 1871-1971Biography21ocn015734083serial0.92Cambridge letter, &cPeriodicals22ocn051576640mix0.92Scott, Mary AugustaDiariesCorrespondence, diaries, manuscripts, programs, clippings, course materials, research notes, notebooks, reports, photographs, and other materials relating to her personal and professional life. Correspondents include Elizabeth Blackwell, Anne Jemima Clough, Lewis Einstein, Horace Howard Furness, Dr. Howard Atwood Kelly, Alice M. Longfellow, Joseph K. Murray, Agnes Repplier, Eleanor Sedgwick, Henry Dwight Sedgwick, and the Underhill family (England). Subjects in the correspondence include her academic positions, dispute with Einstein over her allegations that he appropriated her research, her publications, the education of women, and family affairs. Correspondence with Dr. Kelly concerns her health, religious views, their working partnership, intellectual discussions, the capabilities of women, her problems supporting herself, her desire for a home, and comments on Bryn Mawr. Her diaries, 1882-1906, disucss her reading, visits to Vassar College by Julia Ward Howe, Lyman Abbott, and other lecturers, social events, plays seen, ideas, and comments on writers. There are also reports, course materials, class records, and correspondence with students from Smith College, 1902-1912; and her manuscripts, notes, galleys of her published works, and articles by others on women's education in England and America and on literary topics, 1885-1916. Collection includes typescript copies of her diaries and of her correspondence with Dr. Kelly22ocn224402543serial1.00LetterPeriodicals22ocn679927662book19950.47Hill, PollyThe early Cambridge women students : the sociological, demographic and sexual contexts and the women's subsequent careersHistory+-+6048866705324+-+6048866705324Fri Mar 21 15:42:43 EDT 2014batch20337