Guide to the Margaret Judson Papers, circa 1915
Table of Contents
- Collection Summary
- Biographical Note
- Scope and Content Note
- Subject Headings
- Administrative Information
- Access and Use
- Encoding Information
|Repository:||Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries|
|Title:||Margaret Judson Papers|
|Quantity:||0.2 cubic ft. (1 manuscript box)|
|Abstract:||Seven complete typescripts of Judson's "Pride and Prejudice: A Play in Three Acts"; 19 extra pages, several with Judson's annotations in ink.|
|Forms of Materials:||Typescripts.|
Margaret Judson graduated from Vassar in 1903 with an AB in English. After teaching English for two years at Simmons College, she returned to Vassar in 1905 as an Instructor in English. She continued to teach at Vassar over the succeeding several years, with periodic absences to study at Yale and serve as Dean of Women and Professor of English at Denison University. In 1916 she was promoted at Vassar to Associate Professor of English. In addition to teaching, Judson wrote and published poetry and adapted Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice for the stage. Born in Orange, NJ, she died in Cazenovia, NY, on July 6, 1963.
Seven complete typescripts of Judson's "Pride and Prejudice: A Play in Three Acts"; 19 extra pages, several with Judson's annotations in ink.
This collection is open for research according to the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library without any additional restrictions.
Restrictions on Use
Permission to quote (publish) from unpublished or previously published material must be obtained as described in the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library.
- Austen, Jane, 1775-1817--Adaptations.
- Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Pride and prejudice.
- Vassar College--Faculty.
- Vassar College--Students.
Encoded by Mark Seidl, April 2014.
Margaret Judson Papers, Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries.
Collection processed by Mark Seidl, April 2014.
Original acquisition date unknown. Transferred from Special Collections Dewey material on March 28, 2014 (M2014-004).