The Sister Sheila Megley, RSM, papers consist of correspondence, memorandum, logs, and requisitions related to the professional work endeavors at Salve Regina University while serving as Provost/Executive Vice President and Vice President and Academic Dean.
This collection is comprised mostly of photographs of members of the King family and associated persons. The collection also contains a few paper documents, mostly written in French and seemingly related to the service of Philip Wheaton Rives King in a welfare organization attached to the French army during World War I.
collection was assembled over a period of fifty years by Mel B. Yoken. The primary focus
is 20th century pieces of correspondence and documents by and related to French,
Québécois, British, and American authors, artists, politicians, and public figures.
Numerous letters written by significant figures of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries
enhance the historical, literary and political interest of the collection. Notes,
typescripts, photographs and personal papers complement the archive.