Collection number: 100.1
Size: 209 bound volumes
Manuscripts and Typescripts
Notre Dame College in Manchester, New Hampshire was founded in 1950 as a Roman Catholic women's college dedicated to the training of teachers. The College's programs expanded over the following decades and it became partially coeducational in the 1970's. Due to financial difficulties, the College closed on May 31, 2002. Southern New Hampshire University took on five educational programs at the time of the College's closure as well as a portion of the College's library collections.
The Notre Dame College (New Hampshire) Theses collection contains the research papers completed by students in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the College's Masters of Education program between 1977 and 2002. The collection is organized using the numbering system devised by Notre Dame College.
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[Author last name, Author initials]. [(Date of publication)]. [Thesis title]. [Thesis number], Notre Dame College (New Hampshire) Theses, 100.1, University Archives, Harry A.B. and Gertrude C. Shapiro Library, Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH, USA.
Acquired from Notre Dame College, 2003