Concerned about the “climate of unexpectation” facing women academics, Radcliffe President Mary Ingraham Bunting establishes the community of scholars, scientists, and artists known as the Bunting Fellowship Program.
The donation of Maud Wood Park's suffrage papers forms the nucleus of the Schlesinger Library, which becomes the foremost library on the history of women in the United States. The library’s opening ceremonies are held on the 23rd anniversary of the signing of the 19th Amendment.
The Annex is chartered as Radcliffe College by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The College is named in honor of Ann Radcliffe, Lady Mowlson, who established Harvard’s first scholarship fund in 1643.