Junior Month Records
Collection Scope and Content Summary
This collection contains two scrapbooks of photographs, pamphlets, reports, and newspaper clippings related Barnard College students' participation in Junior Month.
- 1924 - 1932
- Barnard College. Junior Month (Organization)
This collection has no restrictions.
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Photocopies or scans may be made for research purposes.
Junior Month was a summer project in sociological theory and practice founded in 1917 and supervised by the Charity Organization Society of New York City. In a one month period juniors from twelve eastern colleges attended lectures and performed case work in New York City, visiting neighborhoods, factories, courts and other locations. Colleges participating were: Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Connecticut College, Elmira, Goucher, Mt. Holyoke, Radcliffe, Smith, Swarthmore, Vassar, Wells and Wellesley. Barnard first participated in the program in 1921. Barnard suspended its participation during the 1930's.
0.88 Linear Feet (2 scrapbooks)
This collection consists of materials relating to Junior Month.
This collection is arranged in the original order in which it was received.
This collection is located in the Barnard Archives and Special Collections, Barnard Library. To use this collection, please contact the Barnard Archives and Special Collections at 212.854.4079 or email@example.com.
The acquisition date and source is unknown.
No additions are expected.
This collection was processed and the finding aid written by Charlotte Kostelic in December 2015. Finding aid adheres to that prescribed by Describing Archives: A Content Standard. Machine readable finding aid encoded in EAD 2002. Finding aid written in English.
- Guide to the Junior Month Records
- Finding aid by Charlotte Kostelic; collection surveyed 1987 by Julie Miller; description revised 2004 by Laura Zelasnic.
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description