Newton College of the Sacred Heart (Newton Center, Mass.)
Newton College of the Sacred Heart was a four year liberal arts college for women, founded in 1946. The school was conducted by the Sisters of the Sacred Heart. Due to financial difficulties, Newton College ceased to exist and was consolidated into Boston College in 1975.
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Newton College of the Sacred Heart records
Abstract The records of Newton College of the Sacred Heart document the administration of the college from its founding in 1946 to its consolidation with Boston College in 1975. It also includes records of the Society of the Sacred Heart dating back to 1863. Materials include academic department records, annual reports, artifacts, correspondence, course syllabi, development records, faculty files, financial records, governance materials, library records, memos, meeting minutes, personnel records,...
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Collection is open for research. Materials containing personally identifiable information, financial records, student records, and salary information are closed due to privacy restrictions. Some audiovisual materials are not immediately available due to formatting issues.
Dates: 1863-2001, undated; Majority of material found within 1944 - 1975