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Atagirl! | D'Youville College Archives
Aviator and World War II pilot Ann Wood-Kelly graduated from D'Youville College in 1938. After graduation, she went to to attend the Civilian Pilot Training Program at Bowdoin College, becoming the first woman to earn an academic credit at what was an all-male school.
Padraic Colum | D'Youville College Archives
This is an image of famed Irish author Padraic Colum, who gave a highly anticipated lecture at D'Youville College in January of 1920. Colum was an author of poetry, novels, plays, and children's books, and was part of the Irish Literary Revival of the late 19th century and early 20th century. The D'Youville Archives holds several of his works.
The Mentor: Learn One Thing Every Day | D'Youville College Archives
The Mentor magazine was published from 1913 to about 1931 by the Mentor Association. According to the mission statement of the magazine, it existed to "give people, in an interesting and attractive way, the information in various fields of knowledge that they all want and ought to have." The Archives holds 43 issues of The Mentor, from 1913 to 1915.
A Mirror of Fair Women | D'Youville College Archives
This image of Spring, from The Birth of Venus, by Botticelli, is taken from Theodore Child's "A Mirror of Fair Women: Studies in Beauty and Elegance" which was published in 1892. The D'Youville College Archives has numerous engravings and etchings from this work.