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Louise Overacker, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science
The Australian Party System, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1952.
Unsigned Reviews for the U. S. Library of Congress.

Patrick F. Quinn, M.A., Instructor in English
Reviews in The Commonweal.

Pamela H. Rice, Ph.D., Instructor in Political Science
"The Municipal Protection of Human Rights" (with Milton Greenberg),
Wisconsin Law Review, July 1952.

42



Publications of the Faculty

Dorothy M. Robathan, Ph.D., Professor of Latin
"Housing Conditions in Ancient Rome," The Classical Outlook, Jan. 1953.
Review in Classical Philology.

Phillip L. Sirotkin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pohtical Science
"Oil: Eisenhower's Give-Away Program," Frontier, Vol. 4, April 1953.

Helen J. Sleeper, Mus. B., Research Librarian

"A Check-List of Thematic Catalogues" (Joint editor; prepared by a Com-
mittee of the Music Library Association), Bulletin of the New York
Public Library, Jan.-Mar. 1953, 23-27, 88-95, 134-143. Book An-
notation for the United States Quarterly Book Review.

Louise P. Smith, Ph.D., Professor of Biblical History
Review in the Westminster Bookman.

Carolyn S. Solo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics
"Puerto Rican Lessons in Economic Development" (with J. K. Galbraith),
The Annals, Jan. 1953.

Roberta A. Stewart, Ph.D., Instructor in Chemistry

"Some Derivatives of 2-Carbomethoxycyclohexanone" (with Milton

Soffer), Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 74, 1952.

"Tetralone, Organic Syntheses" (with M. Soffer), Ibid, Vol. 32,

1952.

Owen S. Stratton, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science
Reviews in The Progressive, The Harvard Educational Review.

Robert G. Templeton, M.A., Instructor in Education
Review in The Harvard Educational Review.

Marl^nne Thalmann, Ph.D., Professor of German

"E.T.A. Hoffmann: Wirklichkeitsmarchen," Journal of English and Ger-
manic Philology, Vol. LI, #4, Oct. 1952. "100 Jahre Tieckforschnung
in Monatshefte fiir deutschen Unterricht, deutsche Sprache und deut-
sche Literatur," Ibid, March 1953.

Louise P. Wilson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology

"A comparison of the activity of tyrosinase in wild and tumor strains of

Drosophila melanogaster," Proceedings of the American Association

for Cancer Research. Vol. I, No. 1, April 1953.

Michael J. Zigler, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology
Review in Psychological Bulletin.



43



STATISTICAL REPORT ON STUDENTS



Registration



October 1930

Candidates for the B.A. degree 1,654

Seniors 365

Juniors 384

Sophomores 4l6

Freshmen 489

Candidates for the M.A. degree 41

Candidates for the M.S. degree and the Teaching Certificate in

Hygiene and Physical Education 11

Candidates for the Teaching Certificate only 2

Non-candidates for degrees 10



1,718



October 1931

Candidates for the B.A. degree 1,692

Seniors 370

Juniors 366

Sophomores 456

Freshmen 500

Candidates for the M.A. degree 27

Candidates for the M.S. degree and the Teaching Certificate in

Hygiene and Physical Education 10

Non-candidates for degrees 10



1.739



October 1932

Candidates for the B.A. degree 1,673

Seniors 351

Juniors 395

Sophomores 465

Freshmen 462

Candidates for the M.A. degree 24

Candidates for the M.S. degree and the Teaching Certificate in

Hygiene and Physical Education 21

Non-candidates for degrees 8

1,726
44



Statistical Studies
Units of Instruction"^ and Relative Size of Departments

1950-51 1951-52 1952-53
Relative Relative Relative

Units Size Units Size Units Size

Art 3,348 3 3,228 5 3,462 4

Astronomy 231 27 174 28 195 28

Biblical History 3,276 4 3,387 4 3,399 5

Botany 1,356 13 1,131 16 1,095 16

Chemistry 1,246 15 1,211 15 1,255 14

Classical Archeolo-
gy 3 29 3 29

Economics 2,337 8 2,451 8 2,352 8

Education 1,029 17 962 17 942 17

English 8,010 1 8,391 1 8,118 1

French 3,207 5 3,646 3 3,473 3

Geology and Geog-
raphy 1,311 14 1,551 13 1,596 10

German 663 21 588 23 540 21

Greek 363 23 402 22 417 23

History 3,730 2 3,726 2 4,389 2

Hygiene and Physi-
cal Education** 330 24 237 27 513 22
Interdepartmental 894 19 726 20 870 18

Italian 320 25 358 24 354 25

Latin 261 26 246 26 223 27

Mathematics 882 20 795 19 831 19

Music 1,635 12 1,677 11 1,428 12

Natural Resources
and Conserva-
tion 3 30

Philosophy 1,938 10 2,049 10 1,353 13

Physics 459 22 474 21 393 24

Political Science 3,l4l 6 3,084 6 3,336 6

Psychology 2,535 7 2,766 7 2,775 7

Russian 228 28 294 25 273 26

Sociology and An-
thropology 2,334 9 2,370 9 1,950 9

Spanish 1,038 16 1,224 14 1,116 15

Speech 1,011 18 798 18 675 20

Zoology and Physi-
ology 1,650 11 1,606 12 1,467 11

*A unit of instruction equals the instruction of one student one hour a
week for a semester.

**The figures have reference only to enrollment in courses counting to-
ward the B.A. and M.S. degrees. Other work of the department, for

example, instruction in Physical Education for freshmen and sopho-
mores, is not included.

45



Wellesley College

Distribution of Major Students by Subjects

1950-51 1951-52 1952-53

Graduate Graduate Graduate

Seniors Students Seniors Students Seniors Students

Art 28 2 43 29

Biblical History 10 7 17

Botany 11 8 6 7 12 5

Chemistry 21 5 11 6 8 5

Classical Archeology 1 1

Economics 32 28 20

Education 2 2 1

English 59 7 61 4 77 5

French 10 2 15 1 15

Geology and Geography 8 8 6

German 5 6 1

History 35 1 37 31

Hygiene and Physical

Education 14 14 25

International Relations 4 3 3

Italian 1 3 1

Latin 1 1 2

Latin-American Studies 1

Mathematics 8 3 4

Medieval Studies 1

Music 9 1 14 7

Natural Resources and

Conservation 1

Philosophy 9 18 5

Physics 5 3 3 11

Political Science 26 1 35 50

Psychology 22 5 21 4 24 4

Sociology 32 26 21

Spanish 2 2 8 16

Zoology and Physiology 24 8 22 7 21 5

362 63* 371 48** 353 50 *♦•

*27 carried a full program, 36 a part-time program

**15 carried a full program, 33 a part-time program

***30 carried a full program, 20 a part-time program



46



Statistical Studies



Jegrees






*


Honors










Class of


Class of


Class of




1951


1952


1953



Seniors graduated with High Honors in the

Major Subject 14 16

Seniors graduated with Honors in the Major

Subject 20 19 33*

*The distinction between High Honors and Honors has been abandoned;
only one grade of Honors is now awarded.



Bachelor of Arts Degrees

October, 1950 1

March, 195 1 4

June, 195 1 359

October, 1951 1

March, 1952 3

June, 1952 364

October, 1952 4

March, 1953 1

June, 1953 351

Total number of Bachelors' degrees conferred to date 17,888

Masters' Degrees and Teaching Certificates

March, 1951

Master of Arts 1

June, 1951

Master of Arts 18

Master of Science and Teaching Certificate of the Department

of Hygiene and Physical Education 10

Teaching Certificate only „... l

June, 1952

Master of Arts 14

Master of Arts in Education 1

Master of Science and Teaching Certificate of the Department

of Hygiene and Physical Education 5

March, 1953

Master of Arts 1

June, 1953

Master of Arts 1 2

Master of Science and Teaching Certificate of the Department

of Hygiene and Physical Education 19

Teaching Certificate only 1

47



Wellesley College



SCHOLARSHIPS



1950-51



Undergraduate Scholarships



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Per cent
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90 24.6


$ 45,765


84 21.8


46,673


81 19.4


43,610


83 16.9


47,067



29 10 16 28 25 58 52 56 41 23 338 20.4 $183,116



Foreign Student Scholarships

Number of Amount

students of aid

Graduate Students 3 $ 2,935

Undergraduate Students (including 7 listed above) 17 16,409

Mayling Soong Scholarship 1 1,600

21 $20,944



Graduate Student Scholarships
(Exclusive of Foreign Students)

Number of Amount

students of aid

Scholarships covering tuition plus $100 1 $ 550

Full or partial tuition scholarships 1 450

Tuition remitted to Graduate Assistants and Staff mem-
bers 28 8,900

Amy Morris 'Homans Scholarship 1 375

Loretta Fish Carney Scholarship 1 187

Chattle Fund 7 2,925

Watamull Foundation 1 600



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$13,987



48



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1951-52



Undergraduate Scholarships





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1954


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1955


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48 12 24 33 29 41 47 49 21 14 318 18.79 $194,323



Foreign Student Scholarships

Number of Amount
students of aid

Graduate Students 2 % 2,055

Undergraduate Students (including 7 listed above) 15 6,312*

Mayling Soong Scholarship 2 2,400



*In addition to $8,764 included in the table above.



19



$10,767



Graduate Student Scholarships
(Exclusive of Foreign Students)

Number of Amount
students of aid
Tuition remitted to Graduate Assistants and Staff mem-
bers 28 $ 9,775

Chattle Fund 7 4,075

Ruth Ingersoll Goldmark Memorial 1 700

36 $14,550



49



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1952-53



Undergraduate Scholarships



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5 9 5 102 25.82

3 11 86 18.49

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$ 56,522
66,688
66,322
74,991



70 36 40 46 36 40 39 22 30 5 364 21.75 $264,523



Foreign Student Scholarships



Graduate Students

Undergraduate Students (including 4 listed above)
Mayling Soong Scholarship



Number of
students
2
14
1



17



Amount
of aid

$ 1,602

17,543

925

$20,070



Graduate Student Scholarships
(Exclusive of Foreign Students)

Number of
students

Full or partial tuition scholarships 2

Tuition remitted to Graduate Assistants and Staff mem-
bers 19

Chattle Fund 1 7

Celanese Fellowship — 1

39



Amount

of aid

$ 870

6,885

13,745
1,125

$22,625



50



GIFTS AND BEQUESTS OF $1,000 OR MORE

(These lists include donors of single gifts of $1,000 or more)
JULY 1950 TO JULY 1951



Unrestricted

Donor

Anonymous (annuity)

Aldrich, Charles S. in memory of Helen Drake Aldrich '94

Boston Wellesley Club

Class of 1926

Cole, Bessie Champney '05

Cooley, J. J.
*Copeland, Lennie P. M.A. '11

Creamer, Janet Waters '39

Dean, Mrs. James

Elley, Mr. and Mrs. Harold W.
*Griffin, Lucy Pickering '79

Hatch, Ellen Smith '98
*Kelley, Clara Nichols '96

McCully, Elizabeth Milne '23

McLean, Marion Butler '12

Moreland, Edward L.

Moss, Dr. and Mrs. W. L.

Munns, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
*Newhart, Grace '03

New Jersey Wellesley Club

Reindel, Gladys McCreery '19

Ring, Carlyn P. '51

Rosensteil, Dorothy H. and Lewis Foundation

Scherman, Bernardine Kielty '11

Schlitz Foundation, Inc.

Sherwin, Belle '90

Student Fund Organization



Amount^*
25,000
1,000
2,793
1,000
1,250
1,000
2,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
15,383
25,000
35,191
1,258
1,000
1,000
3,167
1,000
2,000
1,043
1,656
2,000
1,500
2,450
1,000
2,000
1,000



General Endowment



Donor

Anonymous

*Frear, Mary Dillingham '93
Thayer, Marion Harbison '18



* Bequest
** Cents are omitted



Name of Fund Amount**

Class of 1895 Fund $ 1,000

Class of 1893 Alumnae Fund 25,000

Raymond Calkins Endowment and

Development Fund 3,340



51



Wellesley College



Scholarships and Fellowships



Donor

Anonymous

Anonymous

Baker, George F. Charity Trust

Bissell, Mr. and Mrs. Louis G.

Bollard, Ralph H.

Brezner, Nathan
Carman, Mrs. Philip D.

Committee of Permanent Charity

Fund, Inc.
*Dean, Arthur Davis
*Duke, Esther Linton ' 1 7
*Durant, E. Belle

Ellery, Edward
*Har\^ey, Fanny Johnson '84
*Hitchcock, David W.
♦Holmes, Helen W. '89

Indianapolis Wellesley Club

Jackson, Grace E. '91
Kansas City 'Weller.ley Club

Keiser, David M.
Lebus, Bertha '91
Loucr, Albert S. Trust
Paley, Mrs. 'William S.
Philadelphia High School,
Faculty of
*Rondinella, Annina C.
Stone, Robert G.
Taylor, John W.

Wellesley-in-Westchester Club

Whitchurch, Dorothy Emmons '14

(annuity)
White, Mary Freng '50

Zimmcrmann, Marie

* Bequest
** Cents are omitted



Name of Fund


Amounf^*


1


1 1,450




1,000




1,428


Connie M. Guion Scholarship Fund


1,000


The Margaret and Katherine Bollard




Scholarship Fund


5,000


Nathan Brezner Scholarship Fund


1,000


The Sarah Spaulding Metcalf Memo-




rial Fund


5,000




2,000


Tlie Amy Chattle Fund


20,526




_ 1,342


E. Belle Durant Memorial Scholarship




Fund


6,316


Abbie Maria Ellery Memorial Scholar-




ship Fund


1,800


Fanny C. Johnson Harvey Scholar-




ship Fund


7,500


Anna M. Hitchcock and Alice H.




Hitchcock Fund ;


539,796


Helen W. Holmes Class of 1889




Scholarship Fund


5,809


Scholarship gift and Indianapolis Wel-




lesley Club Scholarship Fund


2,396


Grace E. Jackson Scholarship Fund


3,000


The Kansas City Wellesley Club




Scholarship Fund


2,935


Connie M. Guion Scholarship Fund


1,087


Leona Lebus Scholarship Fund


2,000




2,500


Connie M. Guion Scholarship Fund


1,000


Jessie E. Allen Scholarship Fund


2,000


Edna V. Moffett Scholarship Fund


12,673


Galen L. Stone Scholarship Fund


1,000


Elizabeth Reeves Taylor Memorial




Scholarship Fund


1,000


Wellesley-in-Westchester Scholarship




Fund


3,400




2,500


Barbara J. Freng Memorial Scholar-




ship Fund


2,000


The Connie M. Guion Bursary


1,500



52



Gifts and Bequests



Combined Purposes



Donor

Ascoli, Marion Rosen wald '24

Bonnell, Helen Knowles '07



Donnell, Glenn McClelland '06

Haffenreffer, Marie Rahr '11
Humphrey, Grace '05
Jewett, Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Munger, Jessie '86

New York Wellesley Club

Shupp, Mary R. '07

Tower, Walter S.



Purposes Amount**

Scholarship gift and Seal Thompson

Fund $1,700

Connie M. Guion Scholarship Fund
and Helen S. French Research Pro-
fessorship 2,000
Unrestricted and Connie M. Guion

Scholarship Fund 2,000

Unrestricted and scholarship 1,000

Unrestricted and new dormitories 1,100

Unrestricted and lectures 19,000

Scholarship funds, new dormitories,

and Munger Hall 6,800

Unrestricted and Candace C. Stimson

Scholarship Fund 2,205

Unrestricted and Helen S. French Re-
search Professorship 9,000
Unrestricted and Connie M. Guion

Scholarship Fund 1,500



Donor

Anonymous

Anonymous

Decker, Charlotte Henze 13

Hunn, Hiram S., and E. Gerald

and Walter F. Adams
Research Corporation
Steinert, Mrs. Albert M.



Instruction

Purpose Amount**

Spanish studies $50,000

Library 1,000

Paula Henze Fund (Library) 1,000

Doris Adams Hunn Fund (Music) 15,000

Chemistry 1,500

Art 1,100



Donor
*Lewin, Fanny S. '09



Faculty Salaries



Amount**
$1,957



Donor

Bakwin, Ruth Morris '19
Balderston, Elizabeth B., Kath-
arine C. '16, Stella M. '23,
and William

* Bequest
** Cents are omitted



Buildings

Purpose

New dormitories



Amount**
$1,000



Library — in memory of Stella Sain

Balderston 3,500



53



Wellesley College



Not Yet Designated



Donor

Luce, Henry R.

Pope, Juliette Wall "91



Amount**

$25,330
2,000



JULY 1951 TO JULY 1952
Unrestricted



Donor






Amount**


*Allen, Frank G.






$2,500


Bakwin, Ruth Morris '19






1,000


♦Baltzell, Alice Cheney






1,000


Class of 1885






1,812


Cooley, J. J.






1,000


*Dawley, Marion E. '09






3,000


Dennison Manufacturing Company




1,000


Donnell, Glenn McClelland '06






2,000


Drought, Frank T.






1,000


Elley, Sarah Caswell '12






1,000


Fisk, Isabelle E. '23






1,000


Harbison, Helen D. '17






1,000


Hatch, Ellen Smith '98






1,000


Ingalls, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe C






1,878


Inglis, John B.






1,000


Jewett, Mary Cooper '23






10,000


*Kelley, Clara Nichols '96






3,336


Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs. F. G.






1,000


Lehman, Mrs. Arthur






5,031


Lombard, A. Josephine Freeman


'87




1,065


McMaster, Mary L. '88






1,000


Needles, Enoch R.






1,000


Peck, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wallace






1,105


Pool, Edith Butler '96 Trust






1,200


Reeves, Charles Edgar Graham






1,000


Ring, Carlyn P. '51






4,000


Roush, Galen J.






1,000


Schlitz Foundation, Inc.






1,000


Sherwin, Belle '90






6,000


Tower, Walter S.






1,000


Wilcox, Levi in memory of Eleanor Bennett Wilcox '04


1,000


General Endowment




Donor


Name of


Fund


Amount**


*Preston, Emily Brown '96


Class of


1896 Fund


$5,000


Rahr Foundation


General Endowment Fund


5,000


* Bequest








* Cents are omitted









54



Donor

Anonymous

Baker, George F. Charity Trust
♦Blaney, Elizabeth '12

Buffalo Wellesley Club

Chicago Wellesley Club

Cincinnati Wellesley Club

Committee of Permanent Charity

Fund, Inc.
Donnell, James C, II

*Duke, Esther Linton '17
Houston Wellesley Club

Indianapolis Wellesley Club

Kansas City Wellesley Club

Knapp Fund
*Lester, Harriet M.
Lindsay, Agnes M. Estate
Louer, Albert S. Trust
Louisville Wellesley Club
Merwin, Mrs. William B.

Shill, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eli

Southern Connecticut Wellesley

Club
Staples, Mary Woodin '96

♦Stoddard, Esther G.

Stone, Robert G.
Taylor, John W.

Washington Wellesley Club

Wellesley-in-Nassau Club
Zimmermann, Marie

* Bequest
** Cents are omitted



Gifts and Bequests

Scholarships and Fellowships
Na?ne of Fund



Edith Erskine and Elizabeth Blaney
Scholarship Fund

Buffalo Wellesley Club Scholarship
Fund

Chicago Wellesley Club Scholarship
Fund and Helen Newell White
Memorial Fund

Scholarship gift and Cincinnati Wel-
lesley Club Scholarship Fund



Glenn McClelland Donnell Scholar-
ship Fund

Houston Wellesley Club Scholarship
Fund

Scholarship gift and Indianapolis Wel-
lesley Club Scholarship Fund

Scholarship gift and Kansas City Wel-
lesley Club Scholarship Fund

Harriet M. Lester Fund



Mary B. McDougall Memorial Schol-
arship Fund
Scholarship gift and Norma J. Shill
Scholarship Fund



Mary De Groff Staples Scholarship
Fund

Professor Elizabeth F. Fisher Fellow-
ship

Galen L. Stone Scholarship Fund

Elizabeth Reeves Taylor Memorial
Scholarship Fund

Washington Wellesley Club Scholar-
ship Fund

The Connie M. Guion Bursary



Amount**
$1,000
1,428

20,000

2,100

3,100

1,125

2,000

1,302
1,850

1,320

2,300

2,044
1,500
2,000
4,000
2,500
1,250

3,000

1,600

2,260

10,000

5,050
1,000

1,000

1,679
1,924
1,500



55



Wellesley College



New Dormitories



Donor

Allen, Eleanor Wallace '25

Allen, Frank G., Jr.

Anonynious

Anonymous

Boston Wellesley Club

Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. T. Kenneth

Brown, Clarence M.

Brown, Marion Mills '10

Chase, Barbara S.

Faculty Show

Granniss, Eugenie Williams '31

Horton, Dr. and Mrs. Douglas
Humphrey, Grace '05
Jewett, George F.
Meyerhoff, Joseph
Morey, Elizabeth King '19
Rood, Dorothy Bridgman '10
St. Louis Wellesley Club
Smith, Eunice C. '98
Tranchin, Marjorie Allen '52
Winer, Rose David '25



Given m Memory of or in Honor of


Amount**


Frank G. Allen




$10,000


Frank G. Allen




2,500


Seal Thompson




10,000


Annie K. Tuell '96




10,000
1,700
2,500


Lorna Brown Haley '26 ar


id Janet




Brown Guernsey '35




10,497


Ruth Lester Burr '10




2,000
1,000
1,856


Almeron Newberry and Alice


Eugenie




Burr Williams




2,500
1,000
5,000


Mary Cooper Jewett '23




165,500
1,000
1,000
2,500
1,000


Alice Childs Dodge '98




2,000


Frank G. Allen




2,500


Minnie and Nathan David




1,500



Combined Purposes



Donor

Detroit Wellesley Club



Purposes Amount**

New Dormitories, scholarship gift,
and Detroit Wellesley Club Scholar-
ship Fund $2,595
Haffenreffer, Marie Rahr '11 Unrestricted and scholarship 1,500
Lightner, Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. New dormitories and Mayling Soong

Foundation 1,200

New dormitories, scholarships, and

Munger Hall 8,500

Unrestricted and New Jersey Welles-
ley Club Scholarship Fund 2,000

New dormitories and Candace C.

Stimson Scholarship Fund 5,429

New dormitories and Friends of the

Library 10,010



Munger, Jessie D. '86
New Jersey Wellesley Club
New York Wellesley Club
Wellesley-in-Westchester Club



* Bequest
** Cents are omitted



56



Gifts and Bequests



Donor
Anonymous

Parker, Bertha M. and Edith P.

Pecxy, Mrs. Thomas D.

Pope, Juliette Wall '91
Rockefeller Foundation

U. S. Department of Public
Health



Other

Purpose Amount'^*

Faculty salaries in the area of Spanish

and Latin American culture $50,000

08 Margaret Terrell Parker Memorial

Book Fund 5,000

Lena Britton Memorial Fund (Library

appropriation for Political Science) 1,000

Not yet designated 2,000

Research grant for Leland P. Jenks,

Professor of Sociology 3,000

Research grants for Mary L. Austin

and E. Elizabeth Jones, Professors

of Zoology 8,808



JULY 1952 TO JULY 1953
Unrestricted



Donor

* Adams, Marjorie '13
Bakwin, Patricia '51
Bakwin, Ruth Morris '19
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. T. Kenneth
Bradley, Helen Worcester '16
Chase, Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard
Cooley, J. J.

Dickey, William A., Jr.
Donnell, Glenn McClelland '06
First National Stores
Haffenreffer, Marie Rahr '11
Harbison, Helen D. '17
♦Harbison, Helen D. '17
Inglis, Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Johnson, Homer H.
Lightner, Margaret Griffin '15
McLean, Louise Williams '28
McLean, Marion Butler '12
McLean, Mr. and Mrs. William L., Jr.
McMaster, Mary L. '88
Morey, Elizabeth King '19
Needles, Enoch R.

Rockefeller, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson A.
Roush, Sarah E. '52
Schweppe, Annis Van Nuys '03
Sherwin, Belle '90
Southern Connecticut Wellesley Club

* Bequest

** Cents are omitted



Amount**

$2,675
1,000
2,000
2,500
2,625
1,000
1,000
1,000
2,000
1,500
2,600
1,115

23,988
1,000
6,612
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1.009
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
2,000
1,800



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Donor

Student Fund Organization

Waddell, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey L.

Wardwell, Sheldon E.

Wilkins, Lewanna '91

Wilkins, Lydia K. '96



Amount**

$1,797
1,000
1,293
1,000
1,000



Scholarships and Fellowships



Donor
Anonymous

Baltimore Wellesley Club
♦Brainerd, Henry B.
Celanese Corporation of America
Chase, Barbara S.
Chicago Wellesley Club
Cincinnati Wellesley Club

Committee of Permanent Charity

Fund, Inc.
Detroit Wellesley Club

*Duke, Esther Linton '17
Gavin, Mrs. Michael
*Harlow, Sarah H. "91

Hunt, Samuel P. Foundation
Indianapolis Wellesley Club

Jackson, Grace E. '91
Kansas City Wellesley Club

Knapp Fund
Lebus, Bertha '91
Lindsay, Agnes M. Estate
Louer, Albert S. Trust
MacLeish, Elizabeth Moore '06

Payson, Mrs. Charles S.
♦Powell, Amy Lane '96
Sherwood, Margaret P.

*Shupp, Mary R. '07
Stone, Robert G.
Taylor, John W.

Vickers, Helen Baird '06

* Bequest
** Cents are omitted



Name of Fund

Henry B. Brainerd Fund

Galen L. Stone Scholarship Fund

Scholarship gift and Cincinnati Wel-
lesley Club Scholarship Fund



Scholarship gift and Detroit Wellesley
Club Scholarship Fund


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