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0000ua003 Frances Jewell McVey papers, 1858-1953 0000ua003 McVey, Frances Jewell Finding aid prepared by Processed and finding aid prepared by Janice Childers under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist. Encoded by Deana Thomas. University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 2008 March This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2014-01-22T12:57-0500 Describing Archives: A Content Standard Frances Jewell McVey papers 0000ua003 University of Kentucky Special Collections 13.5 Cubic Feet 38 boxes, 3 wrapped packages 1858-1953 The Frances Jewell McVey papers (dated 1858-1953; 13.5 cubic feet; 38 boxes, 3 wrapped packages) include her personal and professional correspondence, manuscripts and research notes, diaries, address books, notebooks, documents, recipes, photographs, and scrapbooks. Also included are materials relating to Frank LeRond McVey, such as correspondence, speeches, notes, documents, and a scrapbook devoted to the memory of Frances Jewell McVey. McVey, Frances Jewell, 1889-1945 Scope and Contents note The Frances Jewell McVey papers (dated 1858-1953; 13.5 cubic feet; 38 boxes, 3 wrapped packages) include her personal and professional correspondence, manuscripts and research notes, diaries, address books, notebooks, documents, recipes, photographs, and scrapbooks. Also included are materials relating to Frank LeRond McVey, such as correspondence, speeches, notes, documents, and a scrapbook devoted to the memory of Frances Jewell McVey. These materials span most of the years of McVey's life, from 1898 to 1945, and document her childhood and adolescence in Lexington (Ky.); school experiences at the Baldwin School (Pa.), Vassar College (N.Y.) and Columbia University (N.Y.); her career as an English professor and Dean of Women at the University of Kentucky; her marriage to Frank McVey, including her role as the host of Maxwell Place (including extensive recipe files), vacations, joint projects, and family events; her involvement in clubs and organizations; and her extensive research and writing on a variety of topics. Correspondents include Thomas D. Clark, Sarah Bennet Holmes, Frank LeRond McVey, John Jacob Niles, Rena Niles, Eleanor Roosevelt, Katherine Pettit, and Governor A.B. Happy Chandler. Organizations represented in the collection include the International Relations Club at the University of Kentucky, the Lexington board of Education, the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), and the American Association of University Women (AAUW). There are also materials generated after her death which relate to Frances McVey, including correspondence and information about a portrait dedication. Also included are photographs dating from the 1920s-1930s of Pine Mountain Settlement School, the Frontier Nursing Service, and Mary Breckinridge, most likely generated during McVey's research on these topics. Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Related Archival Materials note Related Published Materials: McVey, Frances Jewell. Literature of Shakerism. New York: Columbia University, 1918. McVey, Frances Jewell and Robert Berry Jewell. Uncle Will of Wildwood: nineteenth century life in the Bluegrass. Lexington (Ky.): University Press of Kentucky, 2005. McVey, Frank LeRond. University is a place -- a spirit. Collected and arranged by Frances Jewell McVey. Lexington (Ky.): University Press of Kentucky, 1944. Related Archival Materials: 2005MS47, Frontier Nursing Service collection, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 85M1, Frontier Nursing Service records, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 0000ua004, University of Kentucky. Office of the President Records: Frank LeRond McVey, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 1981ua001, The Lexington branch AAUW records, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 56M304, Garden Club of Kentucky records, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 2005ua001, Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 0000ua257, Dean of Women collection, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 2011ms063, Jewell family papers, University of Kentucky Special Collections. FNS001, Frontier Nursing Service Oral History project, University of Kentucky Special Collections. Preferred Citation note 0000ua003: [Item Number], Frances Jewell McVey papers, 1858-1953, University of Kentucky Special Collections Arrangement note Collection is arranged by subject and format into nine series as follows: Correspondence; Manuscripts; Diaries, notebooks, address books; Organizations; General subject files; Frank LeRond McVey; Scrapbooks; Photographic materials; Educational institutions Biographical Note Frances Jewell McVey was born December 23, 1889, to Asa and Elizabeth Jewell in Harrison County, Kentucky. When she was a small child, the family (including brothers Robert and John) moved to Lexington, where Frances graduated from Sayre College before going to the Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College in 1913 and a Master of Arts degree from Columbia University in 1918. She was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Kentucky in 1940. Frances Jewell McVey held several positions at the University of Kentucky, beginning as a professor in the English Department from 1915-1921, then as the Dean of Women from 1921-1923. In 1923, she married then President of UK, Frank LeRond McVey, and is perhaps best known for her role as the First Lady of Maxwell Place. The McVeys were the first President's family to reside in Maxwell Place and Frances Jewell McVey was widely praised for her graciousness as host of many teas and dinners. Her interest in, and recipes for, traditional Kentucky and Southern foods were well known and publicized, as was her knowledge of gardening. McVey was active in many organizations, including the Southern Association of College Women (of which she served as chair in 1918), which worked with the U.S. Food Administration during WWI; the YWCA; the USO; the University of Kentucky Woman's Club; AAUW (American Association of University Women); the Garden Club, and the Vassar Club (she was an alumnae member of the Board of Trustees from 1933-1939). She was often asked to give speeches at club meetings, as well as county section meetings of the Kentucky Homemakers Association. With a background in English literature, it is not surprising that Frances Jewell McVey was also a dedicated author. She wrote serial travel and history pieces, short fiction and essays, many of which were published in magazines of the time. She also published two books, The Literature of Shakerism and Uncle Will of Wildwood (co-authored with her brother, Robert). She also collected, edited and arranged the speeches of Frank LeRond McVey into University is a Place - a Spirit. Frances McVey was stepmother to Frank McVey's three children from his first marriage to Mabel McVey, Frank, Jr., Janet, and Virginia. She was diagnosed with cancer in the fall of 1944 and went to Ann Arbor, Michigan, for emergency surgery. She never fully recovered, and died June 13, 1945. She was interred at Lexington Cemetery. Conditions Governing Use note Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections. American Association of University Women. Baldwin School. Breckenridge, Mary, 1881-1965 Chandler, Happy, 1898-1991 Clark, Thomas Dionysius, 1903-2005 Columbia University. Frontier Nursing Service, Inc. Hindman Settlement School. Maxwell Place (Lexington, Ky.). McVey, Frances Jewell, 1889-1945 McVey, Frank LeRond, 1869-1953 Niles, John Jacob, 1892-1980 Niles, Rena Lipetz Pettit, Katherine Rebecca, 1869-1936 Pine Mountain Settlement School (Pine Mountain, Ky.) Roosevelt , Eleanor, 1884-1962 Sayre Female Institute (Lexington, Ky.). University of Kentucky--Faculty. University of Kentucky--Presidents. University of Kentucky--Societies, etc. Vassar College. Young Women's Christian Association (Lexington, Ky.). Cooking, American--Kentucky--Lexington Cooking, American--Southern style Deans of Women Photographs Women authors, American--Kentucky--Lexington Women college teachers Women--Societies and clubs Correspondence Series I. 1898-1945 Scope and Contents note Comprises incoming and outgoing personal and professional correspondence. Materials are arranged by type of correspondence, subject, and sender. Where photographs are enclosed with correspondence, they have been noted and retained in the same folder. Personal Subseries A. 1898-1945 Scope and Contents note Represented within this subseries are letters from Frances school friends, parents, friends, stepchildren, husband, and relatives, particularly her aunt, Betty J. Dorman. Also of note are congratulatory letters on the Sullivan Award (Box 3, Folder 1), and a letter from Laura Clay (Box 3, Folder 3). Also present are copies of correspondence sent by Frances McVey. Folders are arranged chronologically. 1 1 1898-1914 1 2 1915-1926 1 3 1927-1929 1 4 1930-1931 Photos: Joe Hardman (2), Albert Hardman (1); enclosed with Hardman letter 1 4 1-3 circa 1930-1931 1 5 1932-1933 June 1 6 1933 July-1934 April 2 1 1934 May-July 2 2 1934 August-December 2 3 1935 January-May 2 4 1935 June-December 2 5 1936-1937 [2 views of] School pavilion [sic] of Mary B. Clayes; enclosed with Mary B. Clayes letter 2 5 1-2 circa 1936-1937 Anne Gould; enclosed in Mrs. Carl F. Gould letter 2 5 3 circa 1937 Anne, John, Carl Jr. (Gould); enclosed in Mrs. Carl F. Gould letter 4 5 4 circa 1937 2 6-7 1936-1940 Scope and Contents note Represented within this file are letters to and from Frances, most of the letters sent by Frances are in regards to university related matters such as friends visiting the university/Lexington, events/engagements, and former students (i.e. letters of recommendation). Also in this file are guest lists (pertaining to different events that Frances' hosted) as well as professor list, Christmas card list, a few non-university related organizations list (i.e. Kentucky Rural church Council list). 3 1 1938-1939 August 3 2 1939 September-1940 January 3 3 1940 February-April 3 4 1940 May-July 3 5 1940 August-December 3 6 1941 4 1 1942-1943 4 2 1944 4 3 1945 Janice Lynn, Nov. 30, 1944; enclosed in Jennie Lynn card 4 3 1 1944 November 30 Patty [?] with man in uniform at German border; enclosed in 5/18/45 letter from Patty 4 3 2 1945 Patty [?] in uniform with gun; enclosed in 5/18/45 letter from Patty 4 3 3 1944 Patty [?] and man in uniform on broken Rhine bridge; enclosed in 5/18/45 letter from Patty 4 3 4 1945 4 4 undated 4 5 undated Professional Subseries B. 1913-1945 Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence relating to writing research; Frances positions as English professor, Dean of Women, and first lady of Maxwell Place; and concerning events and reports of organizations with which she was involved. Many of the materials relate to university events, requests to address various groups, or her work with organizations and clubs. There is also a large group of letters concerning manuscript submissions--McVey kept both rejection and acceptance letters. People represented in this subseries include Katherine Pettit, Frank LeRond McVey, Thomas Clark, Sarah B. Holmes and Governor A.B. Happy Chandler. Folders are arranged chronologically, then by subject. 4 6 1913-1932 1 1 1933-1934 May 5 2 1934 June-1935 March 5 3 1935 April-December 5 4 1936-1938 June 5 5 1938 July-1939 September 5 6 1939 October-1940 March 5 7 1940 April-December 6 1 1941-1942 6 2 1943 6 3 1944-1945 6 4 undated WWI organizations 6 5 1918 March-August 10 WWI organizations 6 6 1918 August 12- November Manuscript submissions 6 7 1915-1920, undated Manuscript submissions 6 8 1929-1943 Manuscript submissions University is a Place a Spirit 6 9 1943-1945 Other Subseries C. 1925-1941 Scope and Contents note Included are letters from folksong-collector and writer, John Jacob Niles (early letters discuss his work with photographer Doris Ullman in Appalachia, and her death), and his wife Rena; letters concerning Eleanor Roosevelts visits to Maxwell Place in 1934 and 1938, including some letters written by Mrs. Roosevelt; correspondence relating to the modern Flat-top House the McVeys built after leaving Maxwell Place (including one from author Margaret Mitchell); a group of letters written to Elizabeth Jewell by Betty J. Dorman (Frances aunt); a group of correspondence concerning a Baldwin School alumnae reunion that McVey was involved in planning; and letters concerning the Jewell family genealogy. From Betty J. Dorman to Elizabeth 7 1 1930-1939, undated John Jacob and Rena Niles 7 2 circa 1934-1940 Eleanor Roosevelt's visits 7 3 1934-1938 Flat-top House 7 4 1940-1941 Baldwin School alumnae 7 5 1933-1934 Jewell genealogy 7 6 circa 1925-1933 Manuscripts Series II. circa 1918-1940s Scope and Contents note Comprises numerous handwritten manuscripts and typescripts, as well as notes made during writing. Although many of the manuscripts are undated, Frances Jewell McVey seems to have been writing and submitting material from an early age until the last year of her life. She wrote on a variety of topics, mostly non-fiction, including travel and leisure, history, culture, cooking, gardening, and women's issues. Materials are arranged topically, in original order where possible, and with dates noted when known. Shakers 7 7-8 circa 1918 Shakertown (Pleasant Hill, Ky.) 7 9 circa 1934 Shakers notes and research 7 10-11 circa 1918-1934 Kentucky mountains/Appalachia 7 12 circa 1934 UK and Kentucky interest 8 1 undated Women's and domestic interest 8 2 undated Boating 8 3 circa 1932 Tours of Discovery series 8 4 circa 1940s Leisure series 8 5-7 circa 1920s Gardening 9 1 undated Food 9 2 undated University is a Place a Spirit 9 3 circa 1944 Miscellaneous 9 4-7 undated Miscellaneous notes 10 1-5 9 8 undated Diaries, notebooks, address books Series III. 1904-1944 Scope and Contents note Primarily comprises diaries (1900, 1914 and most years until 1944) and notebooks containing some research notes, plans for events, lists and general notes. Also included are address books, some of which also contain notes. All loose materials found inside books were left in original order. Materials have been arranged by form. Diaries (2) 11 1 1904, 1914 Diaries (5) 11 2 1922-1926 Diaries (5) 11 3 1927-1929 Diary 12 1 1930 Diaries (5) 12 2 1932-1939 Diaries (4) 12 3 1941-1942 Diaries (3) 13 1 1943-1944 Notebooks (6) 12 4 undated Notebooks (2) 13 2 undated Notebooks (3) 13 3 undated Notebook (1) 14 1 undated Notebooks (6) 14 2 undated Notebooks (12) 14 3 undated Notebooks (13) 14 4 undated Notebooks (2) 15 1 undated Address books (3) 15 2 undated Address books (3) 15 3 undated Organizations Series IV. circa 1915-1944 Scope and Contents note Comprises records and documents from Frances Jewell McVey's involvement in professional, charitable, and social organizations. These include University of Kentucky activities and events, Lexington Board of Education and Adult Education, Community Chest, YWCA, and several women's charity and social organizations. Materials are organized by topic and arranged chronologically therein. University of Kentucky Subseries A. circa 1915-1943 Scope and Contents note McVey was very involved with UK activities from 1915, when she began teaching in the English department, through her time as Dean of Women (1921-1923), until husband, Frank, retired as university President in 1939. During that time, and particularly as first lady of Maxwell Place, she was inextricably involved in student, faculty, and outreach affairs. Many of the materials in this subseries document the many teas, dinners and other social events hosted at Maxwell Place. Lists of student organizations that were most likely used for tracking and planning student events are also included. Additionally, materials concerning the International Relations Club--a campus organization whose mission was to encourage education and understanding of other cultures--are contained within this subseries. English department Subseries i. 15 4 circa 1915-1920 Dean of Women Subseries ii. 15 5 circa 1921-1923 Maxwell Place events Subseries iii. 1927-1943 15 6 1927-1943 16 1 1935-1936 1937 16 2 1938 16 3 16 4 1939 January-June 16 5 1939 July-December 16 6 1940 Senior Breakfasts and Alumni Teas 16 7 1933-1939 Summer School events 17 1 1930-1939 17 2-3 undated Student organizations Subseries iv. 1934-1939 17 4 1934-1936 17 5 1936-1938 17 5 1938-1939 Women's fraternities Subseries v. 17 7 undated International Relations Club Subseries vi. 1927-1942 18 1 1927-1928 18 2 1929-1931 18 2 1932-1935 18 4 1936-1938 18 5 1939-1942 18 6 undated Education Subseries B. 1921-1939 Scope and Contents note Materials include education-related organizations outside of UK. Included are minutes, reports, bulletins, and programs. Lexington Board of Education Subseries i. 1929-1939 18 7 1929-1930 19 1 1931-1935 19 2 1936-1939 19 3 undated Adult Education Subseries ii. 1921-1934 19 4 1921-1931 19 5 1928-1934 Education Association Subseries iii. 20 1 1930-1938 Local/Civic Subseries C. 1927-1942 Scope and Contents note McVey was involved in several local and civic organizations including the YWCA (Young Womens Christian Association), Community Chest and Cancer Control. Included are minutes, reports, bulletins and programs. Community Chest Subseries i. 20 2 1938-1940 YWCA Subseries ii. 1927-1939 20 3 1927-1929 20 4 1933 20 5 1934 21 1 21 2 1935 21 3 1936-1939, undated Cancer Control Subseries iii. 21 4 1941-1942 Wartime organizations Subseries D. circa 1917-1946 Scope and Contents note Frances Jewell McVey was involved in wartime efforts in both World War I and World War II. Materials reflect her work in the Southern Association of College Women (of which she served as Kentucky chairman in 1918), the USO, the Stopover Station and Civic Defense. Included are flyers, newsletters and bulletins, minutes, notes, reports and pamphlets. WWI 21 5 circa 1917-1918 WWII 21 6-8 circa 1942-1946 Women's organizations Subseries E. circa 1934-1944 Scope and Contents note McVey was a member of the AAUW (American Association of University Women), and was also actively involved in the Womens Auxiliary, Kentucky Homemakers, the Womans Club and the Garden Club. Materials include yearbooks, programs, speech notes, lists, pamphlets, reports and minutes. AAUW Subseries i. 1935-1939 22 1 1935-1943 22 2 1938-1939 Women's Auxiliary, 1st Presbyterian Church Subseries ii. 22 3 1941 Various women's organizations: Home Ec. Club, Womans Club, Homemakers, Garden Club Subseries iii. 22 4 circa 1934-1944 General subject files Series V. circa 1915-1945 Scope and Contents note Comprises small groups of materials on subjects of interest to Frances Jewell McVey including recipes, publicity, programs, and printed materials. The files are arranged by subject and chronologically where possible. Recipes and menus Subseries A. undated Scope and Contents note Frances McVey created and collected recipes and menus for the very practical purpose of planning events at Maxwell Place, as well as for articles she wrote about local food. The recipes largely fall into the Southern cooking category, particularly ones she collected or adapted for use in manuscripts on the subject (Of Sandwiches I Sing, What Dessert Shall We Have for Dinner?, Breads Today in Southern Kitchens, The Pride of Kentucky Food, etc.) There are also classic early 20th-century recipes for spreads, salads and hors doeuvres popular for entertaining, as well as practical World War II-era recipes which take rationing into account. Recipes are both in book form and loose. Recipes, loose 22 5 undated Recipes and menus, book with loose recipes 22 6 undated Recipes, book with loose recipes tucked inside it 22 7 undated Recipes, book 23 1 undated Programs Subseries B. 1915-1943 Scope and Contents note As former Dean of Women, the UK Presidents wife, and an active member of many clubs and organizations herself, Frances Jewell McVey was often asked to be a speaker at various functions. These programs reflect area events at which she spoke or attended, and include materials from UK, Kentucky Homemakers Association, various educational institutions and organizations, regional high schools and colleges, and special interest groups. Programs are arranged by type, and chronologically therein. Banquets 23 2 circa 1924-1938 Commencement 23 3 circa 1924-1938 Miscellaneous 23 4 circa 1915-1943 Publicity Subseries C. circa 1942-1945 Scope and Contents note Materials include clippings of newspaper articles on both Frances and Frank McVey, from front-page stories to mentions of entertainment at Maxwell Place; articles about organizations that Frances McVey was involved in; and University of Kentucky events and people. Many of the clippings do not include the date published, so materials have been arranged solely by subject. Frances and Frank McVey articles 23 5-6 undated Organizations (including UK) events and people 23 7 undated Organizations involved in war effort, WWII 24 1 circa 1942-1945 Miscellaneous clippings 24 2 undated Printed materials and documents Subseries D. circa 1918-1945 Scope and Contents note Materials include publications from local businesses and organizations, tourist brochures and informational pamphlets from regional sites, World War II publications on civil defense, and local theater and organization membership cards. Arranged by subject. Local printed materials 24 3 circa 1918-1945 WWII printed materials 24 4 circa 1942-1945 Miscellaneous printed materials and documents 24 5 undated A. & M. College, transcripts from Lexington Daily 24 5A 1879-1892 A. & M. College, transcripts from the Daily Leader and the Kentucky Leader 24 5B 1888-1900 Frank LeRond McVey Series VI. 1894-1953 Scope and Contents note Primarily comprises personal and business correspondence. Other materials in the series include speeches and manuscripts, publicity materials and clippings, artwork, programs and photographs. The materials are arranged by subject and chronologically therein. Correspondence Subseries A. 1894-1953 Scope and Contents note Correspondence ranges from Frank McVeys involvement with the Reform Club Sound Currency Committee, to his work as Director of Exhibits at the Twin City Exhibit in St. Louis (1904), and letters relating to job searches and offers of employment, including his position at UK. Much of the correspondence was generated while McVey was married to first wife, Mabel, and included is also a collection of letters written to Mabel by their children. Other materials include personal and professional correspondence, a group of letters relating to a book co-authored with Raymond Hughes in 1952, and letters addressed to or written by Harry Colpus (who apparently claimed to be the illegitimate son of King Edward VII of England), the significance of which is unknown. Reform Club Sound Currency Committee 24 6 1894-1895 24 7 1895-1896 24 8 1896-1898 25 1 1899 25 2 1900 25 3 1901 25 4 1902 Twin City Exhibit, St. Louis 25 5-6 1904 25 7 1905-1939 25 8 1940-1953 Problems of College and University Administration (book) 25 9 1952 25 10 undated From McVey children to Mabel McVey 25 11 circa 1901-1922 Harry Colpus 25 12 1913-1925 Other Subseries B. circa 1898-1946 Scope and Contents note Materials include speeches, manuscripts and notes, memorandums delivered as President of University of Kentucky, McVeys Ohio Wesleyan transcript, a curriculum vitae, clippings, publicity materials, programs from events at which Frank McVey spoke, and materials commemorating Frances McVey after her death. Speeches and manuscripts 26 1 circa 1898-1945 Watercolors and sketches 26 2 undated Documents: UK memorandums, transcript and curriculum vitae 26 3 undated Publicity: printed and graphic material 26 4 undated Publicity: clippings 26 5-7 circa 1923-1943 Programs 26 8 1926-1942 Memorials for Frances McVey 26 9 1946 Photographed document to King Albert and Queen Elizabeth, signed by McVey 26 10 undated Photographic Material Subseries C. circa 1917-1938 Scope and Contents note The six photographs in this subseries include portraits of Frank McVey, group photographs with the Book Thieves Club, and a portrait assumed to be Frank McVey, Jr. Book Thieves Club, Lexington, Ky. Left to right: Major S.W. Wilson, Dr. Claude Frapp, Dr. J.S. Chambers, Winston Coleman, Frank L. McVey, Wm. H. Townsend, Dr. Thomas D. Clark, Chas R. Staples 30 18 1938 September 17 Frank L. McVey portrait 30 19 undated Book Thieves at L[?] Left to right: C.R. Staples, F.L. [Frank] McVey, Winston Coleman, W. H. Townsend, Dr. J.S. Chambers, Dr. Louis Mulligan, Lexington Judge Wilson, house 31 29 1935 April 20 Frank McVey portrait 31 44 undated Frank McVey portrait 31 45 undated Possibly Frank McVey, Jr., portrait 31 46 1917 Scrapbooks Series VII. 1858-1948 Scope and Contents note Comprises several scrapbooks kept by McVey containing memorabilia, notes, letters, dance cards, photographs and clippings. The earliest (1906-1908) commemorates her Sayre Female Institute experiences in Lexington. The 1858-1909 (predominant, 1908-1909) scrapbook, contains materials from her time as a student at the Baldwin School, and also includes some pages at the back with family memorabilia, such as invitations from her parents' and grandparents' weddings. Two scrapbooks document vacations, while two others contain materials relating to the International Relations Club at UK, one of which is partially arranged, the other of which contains materials that were collected, but never arranged. Lastly, there is a memorial scrapbook in Frances McVey's honor, presented to Frank McVey in 1948 by Jacqueline Bull and Frances Smith Dugan. Materials for International Relations Club scrapbook, not arranged 26 11 circa 1929-1935 International Relations Club scrapbook, partially arranged 1 circa 1929-1935 Vacation scrapbook 2-3 circa 1934-1935 Sayre scrapbook 27 1 1906-1908 Baldwin School scrapbook 28 1 1858-1909 Picnic at Elk Lick (2 images) 28 1 1 undated Country life in Kentucky: Pleasant View; The Scales; John McClure's house; In Will Stoll's automobile; High Bridge (6 images) 28 1 2 undated The ideal hostess of the house beautiful? Julie Logan and Bob Jewell; Elizabeth Malloy; Frances Jewell (4 images) 28 1 3 undated Farewell; Station at Wilmore; Q&C Station at Lexington; Lillian's beau (4 images) 28 1 4 undated Town and Country; Q&C Station at Lexington (3 images) 28 1 5 undated Memorial scrapbook 29 1948 Photographic materials Series VIII. circa 1890s-1945 Scope and Contents note Primarily comprises photographs that depict scenes in Appalachia, most likely generated during Frances Jewell McVeys research on Katherine Pettit and the Pine Mountain and Hindman Settlement Schools, and on the Frontier Nursing Service. Also included are snapshots and negatives, mostly of unidentified figures. Materials are arranged by size and therein by subject. Rebel Rock on trail across Pine Mountain Man with surveying equipment on rock 30 1 undated Nearest neighbor to Pine Mountain Settlement School - woman feeding ewes and ram 30 2 undated Limestone and log building [Pine Mountain or Hindman Settlement School?] 30 3 undated Mary Breckinridge portrait 30 4 circa 1920s-1930s Family being interviewed by Frontier Nursing Service (FNS) nurse on front porch of clinic 30 5 circa 1920s-1930s First Aid in the Ky. Mountains woman applying first aid to man on steep mountainside 30 6 circa 1920s-1930s A nursing visit nurse with 2 boys and 1 girl on porch of un-chinked log cabin 30 7 circa 1920s-1930s Ready to start for the clinic woman with 4 children on horseback 30 8 circa 1920s-1930s Frontier Nursing Service Hospital at Hyden, Ky. 30 9 circa 1920s-1930s FNS nurses fording Ky. river 30 10 circa 1920s-1930s Mary Breckinridge and her staff of midwife nurses [on horseback] 30 11 circa 1920s-1930s FNS nurse, baby, and granny by picket fence 30 12 circa 1920s-1930s Some Frontier Nursing Service product 3 children standing on porch rail of log cabin 30 13 circa 1920s-1930s Mary Breckinridge, volunteer director of FNS 30 14 circa 1920s-1930s Two FNS nurses with crippled child, Hyden, Ky. 30 15 circa 1920s-1930s Mary C. Breckinridge [on horseback], Frontier Nursing Service. White-out applied as frame [for publication?] 30 16 circa 1920s-1930s Babies Row, Emergency Hospital, Hyden [Ky.], Frontier Nursing Service 30 17 circa 1920s-1930s Woman on porch in winter 31 1 circa 1890s-1910s Hermanos Kerdel Vegas [Kerdel Vegas siblings] 31 2 circa 1942-1945 Lillian and Beatriz Kerdel 31 3 circa 1942-1945 Para mi querida Señora McVey, Lillian Kerdel, Lillian and Beatriz Kerdel 31 4 circa 1943-1945 Jerold D. Talbot 31 5 circa 1920s-1930s T.S.S. Saturnia, Lady Liberty, Uncle Sam, man with basin 31 6 1910 July 4 At the Roman catacombs, 4 women, 1 man. From 1910 journal. [Top of photo torn off] 31 8 1910 Man and woman in yard 31 9 1942 Why so pale and wan?, cut-out photo of man in American WWI uniform 31 10 circa 1918 U.K. buildings (10) 31 11-20 undated Woman outside building (negative) 31 21 circa 1910s-1920s Woman looking out door (negative) 31 22 circa 1910s-1920s 5 women outside building (negative) 31 23 circa 1910s-1920s 4 women outside building (negative) 31 24 circa 1910s-1920s Aunt N[?], Taken on Gulf of Mexico 31 25 undated October bride. Mrs. Leo Pan[?], Mary Settle 31 26 1917 Antique table, Pine Mountain, 1931 31 27 1931 The Chapel, Pine Mt. Settlement School 31 28 undated Erica Thorpe, Visiting our neighbors 2 women on horseback in mountains 31 30 undated Fair Day, woman with baskets and woven goods, Pine Mountain 31 31 undated Boys of the Pine Mt. School 31 32 undated Spinning and weaving, Pine Mountain 31 33 undated Neighbor fetchin in the baskets, Pine Mountain 31 34 undated Boy Scouts putting window in neighbors house, Pine Mountain Settlement School 31 35 undated Playground, [Pine Mt.?] 31 36 undated Industrial Building Fireside Industries, Pine Mountain Settlement School 31 37 undated Miss [Katherine] Pettit's living room at Pine Mt. School 31 38 undated Trillium Rock near Pine Mt. Settlement School 31 39 undated Uncle William and Aunt Sal's house, Pine Mountain Settlement School 31 40 undated Hildreth Méière, 1914, portrait 31 41 1914 Autumn, corn shocks and hillside 31 42 undated Young man and woman laughing 31 43 1910 June Educational institutions Series IX. 1907-1942 Scope and Contents note Includes notes and notebooks from classes taken while at The Baldwin School, Vassar College and Columbia University. Also included are general papers from Vassar College dating from McVey's service as alumnae member of the Board of Trustees (1933-1939), including meeting minutes, bulletins and financial reports. This series also includes yearbooks from Baldwin School and Vassar. Arranged by educational institution and therein by subject. Baldwin School Subseries A. 1907-1933 Baldwin School 32 1 circa 1928-1933 The Baldwin Annual 38 1 1907-1908 The Baldwin Annual 38 2 1908-1909 The Baldwin School yearbook 38 3 1909-1910 Vasser Subseries B. 1909-1942 Theme papers Subseries i. 32 2-5 1909-1913 General papers Subseries ii. 1923-1942 undated 32 6 1923-1924 33 1 1931-1934 33 2 1935 33 3-4 1936-1937 33 5-6 1937 32 7 1938 34 1-2 1939 34 3-5 1940 35 1 34 6 1941 35 2 1941-1942 35 3 Diploma 39 1 1 1913 June 75th anniversary papers Subseries iii. 35 4 undated Bound reports Subseries iv. 1935-1940 1935-1936 35 5 1939 35 6 1940 35 7 42 notebooks Subseries v. 37 circa 1909-1913 Vassarion yearbook Subseries vi. 38 4 1919 Vassar and Columbia University: notebooks (3) Subseries vii. 36 1 circa 1911-1918 Columbia University Subseries C. circa 1917-1921 Columbia University notebooks: (3) 36 2 circa 1917-1918 Medival Literature lecture notes 36 3 circa 1917-1918 American Literature lecture notes 36 4 circa 1917-1918 Drama to 1642 lecture notes 36 5 circa 1917-1918 Miscellaneous, english literature lecture notes 36 6 circa 1917-1918 Columbia University: Summer school; lecture notes; examinations 36 7 circa 1917-1921 Diploma 39 1 2 1918 June 5