FebruMary at MHC

Celebrating Mary Lyon's birthday all month long

Take Mary to Work Wednesday!

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Today is once again Bring Mary to Work Wednesday!  Lots of alumnae have  printed their very own picture of Mary and brought her with them, and they have shared their stories with us.

Mary Lyon joins Jerome Charyn, author of The Secret life of Emily Dickinson and Lenore Riegel, The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson and Mary Augusta Thomas ’73, Deputy Director in the Smithsonian Libraries: Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology.

Mary Lyon joins Jerome Charyn, author of The Secret life of Emily Dickinson and Lenore Riegel, The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson and me in the Smithsonian Libraries: Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology.

Mary Lyon joins Jerome Charyn, Lenore Riegel,  and Mary Augusta Thomas ’73  in the Smithsonian Libraries: Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology.

 

Mary was also given the opportunity to look at an early 19th century edition of Euclid.

Miss Lyon is looking at an early 19th century edition of Euclid.

Miss Lyon is looking at an early 19th century edition of Euclid.

Mary also visited Katrina Strikis ’10 at the jewelry design studio where she works!

Mary visited Katrina Strikis '10  at the jewelry design studio where she works.

Mary visited Katrina Strikis ’10 at the jewelry design studio where she works.

You can share your photos with Mary via social media (post it to your Instagram or Facebook profile using the hashtag #FebruMary #MaryAtWork) or you can send them to Beckie Markarian (rjmarkar@mtholyoke.edu) and she will post it for you.

Check out Mary’s Instagram to see Mary visiting alumnae work.

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