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.

 

 

| A-B | C | D-F | G-J | K-L | M-N | O-P | R-S | T-Z |

 

 

 

Delphine Fitz Darby Fund for Art History

Designated for purcahse of materials in Art History.

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Charles W. and Margaret Simpson David (1935) Book Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in Bibliography and Medieval Studies.

Established by a gift from Margaret Simpson David, Class of 1935, in memory of her husband. Margaret Simpson David ran the Owl Bookshop for many years. Upon her death, the fund was broadened to include her. Her son George and other friends continue to contribute to this fund in her memory.

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Grace and Theodore de Laguna Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials for the general collection, with a preference for those that represent major new intellectual works.

Originally established by an anonymous gift as a, "Fund for the Philosophy Department in honor of Theodore and Grace de Laguna." In 1977, the donor requested the name change and a more specific designation of purpose. Additions to this fund were made by the Class of 1927 at its 50th Reunion. Grace de Laguna was a member of the Bryn Mawr College Faculty from 1907-1944; her husband, Theodore de Laguna, from 1907 to 1930; and their daughter, Frederica de Laguna, Class of 1927, was a member of the Anthropology Department from 1938 until her retirement in 1975. Frederica de Laguna refined the purpose of the fund orally to "major new intellectual works" in 1988.

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James A. Develin Fund in Memory of Quita Woodward

Designated for the purchase of books in English literature, with a preference for Irish authors, and leisure reading materials for the Quita Woodward Room.

Established by an initial gift from James A. Develin in 1961. Mr. Develin died in January 1978 and provided a legacy to Bryn Mawr College in support of this fund.

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Rita Dielmann Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in History.

Established at the bequest of Rita Dielmann, Graduate Fellow in History 1921-22 upon her death in 1985.

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Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in the History of Religion, with a preference for those in the area of Christian Studies.

Established by a gift of the Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation in 1975.

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DuBois Fund for the Library

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

Established in 1988 by a gift from Elizabeth Gibson DuBois, Class of 1927.

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Margaret Dunham Edsall Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in Art, Archaeology, and Anthropology, with preference for those materials in the fields of Anthropology, Archaeology, and the History of Art.

Established in 1972 by a gift of Margaret Dunham Edsall, Class of 1924.

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Anne Henry Ehrenpreis Library Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in Special Collections, with a preference for early English books (published through 1640).

Established by donations as "an acknowledgement of Mrs. Ehrenpreis' (Anne Henry Ehrenpreis, Class of 1948) work as a rare book cataloger and bibliographer," by her husband, Irvin Ehrenpreis, and several friends.

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Lois Lawrence Elliott Library Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in the Behavioral Sciences, with a preference for those in the field of Human Development.

Established by Lois Lawrence Elliott, Class of 1952.

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Francis Farquhar Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in the History of Science and Philosophy.

Established at the bequest of Francis Farquhar. Charlotte Farquhar Wing, Mrs. Farquhar's daughter, and her husband also established a book fund.

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Eugene Feldman Fund for Library Purchases in History of Art

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

Established in 1973 as a gift from Eugene Feldman.

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Professor Charles Fenwick Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in Political Science.

Susanna Edmundsom Hotelling (Mrs. Harold Hotelling), graduate student from 1930-32, established this fund as a memorial to Charles Ghequiere Fenwick, Professor of Political Science at Bryn Mawr College from 1914 until he retired in 1945. He died April 24, 1973.

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Helen G. First Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in Education, with a preference for those in the field of Human Development.

Established by a gift of Ambassador Walter Annenberg in honor of Helen G. First, Ph.D. 1966 in Education and Child Development. Helen decided that the money should be used to create this fund.

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Isabelle Oroian Fleck Fund

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

Established by a gift from Francis E. Fleck and Isabelle S. Fleck as a memorial fund for their daughter, Isabelle Oroian Fleck, Class of 1964.

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Susan L. Fleischer Fund for Journals

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Designated for the purchase of periodicals.

Established in 1991 by a gift from Susan Levin Fleischer, Class of 1958.

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Magdalen Hupfel Flexner Memorial Book Fund

Designated for the purchase of general library materials, with a preference for those in the field of Political Science (Law).

Established at the bequest of Magdalen G.H. Flexner, Class of 1928.

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Helen L. Flinn 1921 Memorial Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in Psychology and general reference.

Established at the bequest of Helen Louise Flinn, Class of 1921.

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Olive Floyd Fund

Designated for the purchase of materials in English, with a preference for those in the fields of Romance languages, English, or American Literature.

Established at the bequest of Olive Floyd, Class of 1922.

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Cora Baldauf Fohs Fund

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

Established by the Bryn Mawr Club of Houston, Texas, in honor of Cora Baldauf Fohs, Class of 1904. Mrs. Fohs had earlier established the Class of 1904 Book Fund. Her major subjects were German and French. She helped her husband professionally; he was an oil geologist.

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Constance Tang Fong 1955 Book Fund

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Designated for the purchase of books in Asian Studies, with special preference for those in the areas of Chinese Art and History.

Established by a gift from Constance Tang Fong, Class of 1955, through the KMT Trust.

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Lucien Foulet French Book Fund

Designated for the purchase of books in French. Established by miscellaneous gifts from the 1946 Campaign.

Lucien Foulet was on the Bryn Mawr Faculty from 1900 to 1909.

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