Endowed Funds

The generous support of the following endowed funds enables the Bryn Mawr College Libraries to purchase materials in support of the teaching and research mission of the College.

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Isabel MacCaffrey Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials relating to the Renaissance period.

Established by family, friends, and former students as a memorial fund for Isabel G. MacCaffrey, a member of the English Department at Bryn Mawr from 1949 to 1969.

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Jean MacIntyre '56 Canadian Collection

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Designated for the purchase of Canadian materials.

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Susan Pasley MacKenzie Fund

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Designated for the purchase of books in Anthropology and Archaeology.

Established by a first gift by Mr. and Mrs. Gale G. Plsley, Jr., in memory of their daughter, Susan Pasley MacKenzie, Class of 1967.

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Helen Taft Manning Fund for Library Development in the Field of History

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Designated for the purchase of materials in History.

Established by a gift from Barbara Janney Trimble, Class of 1960, in honor of Helen Taft Manning, Class of 1915 and member of the Bryn Mawr College Faculty from 1930 until her retirement in 1956.

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Delia Mares Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in Political Science (Communications and International Relations).

Established by a gift from the Mares Foundation in honor of Delia N. Smith Mares (Mrs. Joseph R. Mares), Class of 1926. Delia Mares had earlier established a book fund in honor of Margaret Nichols Smith and Content Nichols Smith.

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Frederick E. and Mary Louise Jarden Maser Library Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in Special Collections, with a preference for additions to the Masers' Binding Collection.

Established by a gift.

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Mathematical Book Fund

Designated for the purchase of books or periodicals in Mathematics.

Established by a gift from Emilie Norton Martin, Class of 1894, Ph.D. 1901, in appreciation of benefits received and of inspiration given during her study under the guidance of Professor Charlotte Angas Scott, Professor of Mathematics at Bryn Mawr.

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Mary Patterson McPherson Fund for Library Purchases in Humanities

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Designated for the purchase of materials in the Humanities.

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Cornelia L. Meigs 1907 Book Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in American literature or some phase of American life.

Established by gifts from various members of the Class of 1907 in memory of Cornelia L. Meigs.

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Helen Moseman Wilson Merril Memorial Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in French.

Helen Mose Wilson Merrill was a member of the Class of 1918. After her death in 1921, a memorial committee was formed, which received gifts from classmates, family and other friends.

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Agnes Kirsopp Lake Michels Fund for the Purchase of Books in Various Fields of Classical Studies

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Designated for the purchase of books in the Classics.

Established as a fund to honor Agnes Kirsopp Lake Michels, who was a member of the Bryn Mawr College Faculty from 1934 until her retirement in 1974. Started with initial gifts from Marianne McDonald Santas, Class of 1958, and others. After initial donations were received, the Latin Department took on a program of active solicitation and there has been a steady stream of contributions to this fund over the years.

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Charles R. Miller Memorial Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials for the general collection.

Established at the bequest of Madge D. Miller, Class of 1901, in memory of her father, Charles R. Miller. Charles R. Miller was editor of the New York Times. Madge D. Miller's major subjects were German and French. She also bequeathed considerable money to the "100 Neediest Cases Fund" of the New York Times.

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Isabelle Miller Fund for Books for the Library

Designated for the purchase of materials for the general collection, with a preference for those in History.

Established at the bequest of William Merrill Chester in honor of Isabelle Miller, Class of 1911, whose major subjects were History, Economics, and Politics.

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Charles Mitchell Book Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in the History of Art.

Established by gifts from colleagues, friends, students, and family dating to Mr. Mitchell's retirement in 1980.

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Agnes Mongan History of Art Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in the History of Art.

Established in honor of Agnes Mongan (Class of 1927, M.A. 1929) from a gift by the Class of 1927 at the time of their 50th Reunion. Originally the fund was intended to support the work of the Department of History of Art but was changed to a book fund at the request of the Chairman of the History of Art Department.

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John J. Moon and Charlotte L. Moon Fund for Library Purchases in History of Religion

Designated for purchase of materials in the History of Religion.

Established from a gift by Mary Moon Hemingway, Class of 1939, in memory of her parents, John L. Moon and Charlotte L. Moon.

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Eleanor Morris Fund for the Library

Designated for the purchase of materials in Growth and Structure of Cities.

Established at the bequest of Eleanor Morris, Class of 1927, and subsequent memorial gifts.

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Milton C. Nahm Fund for Library Purchases in Department of Philosophy

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Designated for the purchase of materials in Philosophy.

Established by receipt of money toward a Campaign pledge of Ruth Kaiser Nelson, Class of 1958, in honor of Milton Nahm because she, "would like him to know that his teaching made a lasting impression," on her.

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Ryoichi Nakanishi Library Fund

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Designated for the purchase of materials in Asian Studies, with a preference for those in the area of Japan.

Established from a gift by the Japan Foundation in honor of Ryoichi Nakanishi, the father of Masako Maekawa, M.A. 1960 (English).

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H. Terry Nee Book Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in Mathematics.

Established as a memorial fund for H. Terry Nee by her husband, Raymond M. Nee, and her daughter, Rayetta T. Nees, Class of 1969.

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Caroline Newton Book Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in the Humanities and Women's Studies.

Established by a gift from Caroline Newton, Class of 1914, in honor of Katherine McBride.

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Mildred B. Northrop Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials for the general collection, with the preference for those in Economics.

Established in memory of Professor Mildred B. Northrop, Chairman of the Department of Economics, and member of the Bryn Mawr College Faculty from 1938 until 1964.

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