Welcome to the home of crowdsourced transcription for the Archives and Special Collections of Mount Holyoke!


You do not need an account to browse the items and transcription available on the site. However in order to provide your own transcriptions you will need to request an account. Visit the How To Begin page to learn more about contributing. Thanks!

Jeannette Marks and Mary Woolley Correspondence

Mary Woolley and Jeannette Marks were educators and partners who lived and worked at Mount Holyoke College during the early 1900s. Learn more about Woolley and Marks's…


Caroline A. Henderson Papers

Caroline Boa Henderson, Mount Holyoke College Class of 1901, farmed a land claim in the Oklahoma Panhandle from 1907 until 1966. She struggled against recurring droughts, dust…


Mount Holyoke Early Letters and Diaries, 1837-1849

Opened in November 1837, Mount Holyoke was one of the first institutions of higher education in the United States to offer female students coursework equivalent to that available…



MHC Accessibility Barriers Form
Omeka Statement on Accessibility