Mary Taylor Seelye, 20 Aug. 1889; Lucille Seelye, 1931; Annie McGhee Joyner, 1936.
A.B. U. North Carolina, 1881; study at Leipzig, Göttingen, Paris, Athens, & Heidelberg, 1882-8; A.M., Ph.D. in Sanskrit, class. & anc. hist. Heidelberg, 1888.
Prof. Lat. Smith, 1888-1926.
"Die Lautveranderungen der neugriechischen Volks-sprache und Dialekte nach ihrer Entwicklung aus dem Altgriechischen" (Göttingen, 1886).
Studies in Quintus Curtius Rufus (Göttingen, 1887); Women in Roman Literature (Florence, MA, 1894).
J. Everett Brady spent his entire teaching career as Professor of Latin at Smith College. A courtly and somewhat eccentric southern gentleman, much revered by his students, he was also a shrewd administrator under whose tutelage the departments of Greek and Latin flourished. On his retirement the John Everett Brady Prize Fund was created in his honor.