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Bryn Mawr College 

CALENDAR t 



REGISTER OF ALUMNA AND FORMER 
STUDENTS 



1916 




Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 

Published by Bryn Mawr College. 

January, 1916. 

Volume IX. Part 1. 






Bryn MAwr College 



CALENDAR 



REGISTER OF ALUMNA AND FORMER 
STUDENTS 



1916 



COMPILED AND TABTJLATED 
BY 

ISABEL MADDISON, B.Sc, Ph.D., 
Recording Dean and Assistant to the President. 



Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 
PubKshed by Bryn Mawr College. 
Vol. IX. Part 1. January, 1916. 

Entered as second-class matter, March ZSrd, 1908, at the post-office, Bryn Mawr, 
Pennsylvania, under Act of July 16th, 1894. 

Printed by the Jolin C. Winston Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Bryn Mawr College Calendar. 
1916. 

Paet 1. Register of Alumnse and Former Students. 

Pakt 2. Graduate Courses. 

Part 3. Undergraduate and Graduate Courses. 

Part 4. Academic Buildings and Halls of Residence, 
Plans and Descriptions. 



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Register of Alumnae and Former Students. 
Table of Contents. 



FAQB 



Doctors of Philosophy of Bryn Mawr College 5 

Masters of Arts of Bryn Mawr College 7 

Bachelors of Arts of Bryn Mawr College 12 

Holders of European Fellowships 69 

Holders of Resident Fellowships 72 

Former Graduate Students 83 

Former Undergraduate Students 112 

Associate Members of the Alumnse Association 151 

Married names of Alumnse and Former Students 154 

Geographical Distribution of Alumnse and Former Students 174 

List of present Students 193 

Statistics 208 



Doctors of Philosophy of Bryn Mawr College. 

Bartlett, Helen, 1892, Vermejo Park, Colfax Co., New Mexico. 

Bliss, Eleanora Frances, 1904, 1715 I Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Boring, Alice Middleton, 1904, University of Maine, Orono, Me. 

Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Maine, 1913-16. 

Bourland, Caroline Brown, 10 West Street, Northampton, Mass. 

Professor of Spanish and French, Smith College, 1913-16. 

BowERMAN, Helen Cox, Point Pleasant, N. J. 

Instructor in Latin and Greek, Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa., 1912-16. 

Breed, Mary Bid well, 1894,. .5317 Westminster Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Dean of the Margaret Morrison Carnegie School of the Carnegie Institute of Technology, 
1913-16. 

Bunting, Martha,. .The Newport, Spruce and 16th Streets, Philadelphia. 

Research Assistant to Professor of Physiology, University of Pennsylvania and Fellow of 
Carnegie Institute, Washington, D. C, 1910-15. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, 1891, . .193 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher of Physiology and Zoology in the Girls' High School, Brooklyn, New York City, 
1897-1916. Special Student in the Brooklyn Law School, St. Lawrence University, 
1914-16. 

Claplin, Edith Frances, 17 Felton Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Instructor in Greek and Latin in the Laurel School, Cleveland, O., 1914-16. 

Coulter, Cornelia Catlin, 207 Adams Avenue, Ferguson, Mo. 

Teacher of Latin in St. Agnes School, Albany, N. Y., 1912-16. 
CUMMINGS, LoinSE DUFFIELD, 

256 Main Street East, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Vassar College, 1915-16. 

Duckett, Eleanor Shipley, Frome, Somerset, England. 

Instructor in Latin in the Western College for Women, Oxford, O , 1914-16. 

Dudley, Louise, 579 Lawe Street, Appleton, Wis. 

Professor of English Literature, Lawrence CoUege, Appleton, Wis., 1914-16. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, 1901, 

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of History and Political Science, Mount Holyoke College, 1911-16. 

Emery, Anne Crosby, 1892, 163 George Street, Providence, R. I. 

Writer and Lecturer, 1913-16. 

Married, 1905, Professor Francis Greenleaf Allinson. 

EvERS, Helen Margaret, 12510 Mayfield Road, Cleveland, O. 

Teacher of French in Mary Institute, St. Louis, Mo., 1913-14. 

Fahnestock, Edith,. Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Assistant Professor and Acting Head of Department of Italian and Spanish, Vassar College, 
1915-16. 

Foster, Frances Allen, 381 Angell Street, Providence, R. I. 

Instructor in English, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn., 1914-16. 

Franklin, Susan Braley, 1889, 33 Central Park West, New York City. 

Head of the Classical Department, Ethical Culture School, New York City, 1904-11, 
1912-16. 

Gentry, Ruth, StilesviUe, Ind. 

Gibbons, Vernette Lois, Mills College, Oakland, Cal. 

Professor of Chemistry, Mills College, 1915-16. 

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6 Doctors of Philosophy 

GEAHAiij ]\Ii2eNTE Aj^'UF.a. 34 Park Place, LockporT. X. Y. 

Inauruetor in Chemisz-rr . V^i'li-s'.is C;llrgi, I'-l-'-l-i. 

GT*i2or, Mabt, .S3 Mount Yemon Place Easr, Bahimore, ild. 

Mamed. 1901. Mr. Alfred Hodder (f;. 

TTatt^ Edixh Hatwabd, 3715H Chestnut Srree:. PhiladelpMa. 

Mazried. 1915. Mr. Joseph M. Dokan. 

Habmoh, Estihkb, 2139 GlenTrood Avenue; Toledo, O. 

InstznctoT in German. Normal Collie of New "iork, 1912-15. 

Habpeb, Cabbib A3«3fA, Sunderland, Ma^s. 

Associate Professor of 'Rngliah liteiatnre. Mt. Holjxtke CoD^e. 1911—16. 

HTjssirr. M-iST Inda, 4 Bryant Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

.^3 : : ; - ; ? : ; r s sor of Biblical Histoiy, Mt. Holyoke College, 1914r-16. 

.Jox.-s, A:r::jL Isabei;, 1904, Bridgeton, N. J. 

?;5r :- ~ : i- iAogy, 1912-16. 

Kii\G, Emij:s Deajnl 17 HUiott Avenue, Biyn Mawr, Pa. 

Asistant Professor of Embryology, Wistar Institnte of Anatomy and Biolt^gy. Philade^bia. 
191-3-16. 

L.-Li?i . Elizabeih Rebecca, Mt, Holyoke CJoD^e, South Hadley, Mass. 

?.;;£=: :: I- rrsics, Mt. Holyoke CoO^e, 19<Mr-16. 

IxTTwicH, rxoBEisrcE, 1895, Biltmore, X. C. 

Married. 1903, Mr. S. PrMeau EtaeneL 

Lop.i . Elz.-v:?. Lotjisa, 2426 Qijiliord Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

L'Ti- : :.; ; - :;::-ge, 1911. 1911-15. 

Lo~'A~z?.. F?.a::':z = "VYelleslev College, WeDesley, Mass. 

I::^.:- - :_ ? ; ; :: " I-sley Collie, 1915-lo. 

Ltox, Dop.otht vrirBEEPOECE,..VentrT, Castleton-on-the-Hudson, N. Y. 

Msrried. 1!-1L. ."-'-. Z —■..■■.; B~:.-rt. One daughter, one son. 

:MAcDoy.^rLi. Ma?,c-.^^t Baxtiib, State College, Pa 

.^5 :i'^-i - ;:;£r r ;: Cc^icdsuy, FeEOisylvania State College. 1913-16. 

}vIazii~:: I^ _3zl, 217 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa 

-. r ; ; : i: ^ g 1 i l in Assistant to the President, Biyn Mawr OiU^e. 1910-16. 

MA?.n::, E^aLiz XoETON, 1S94, Mt. Holyoke CoE^e, South Hadley, Mass. 

.„=5 :r r: : ;=- f : la thematics. Mt. Holyoke College, 1911-16. 

Z\I :?.?.!-;, M..?.:az.it Shove,. . .1904 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, Md 

. _= = :; : i e ? .- : : r = = : : : Hiixoiy, Mt. Holyoke College. 1914-16. 

XziL-:::, Xzlliz. 1893, Mt. Holyoke Collie, South Hadlev, Mass, 

?;;; = =: f H- .; .Mt. Holyoke College. 19a3-16. 

Xi:h L= Hziz:: Hatvlet, Pomeroy Hall, Wefleslev, JVIass, 

ini-:.: :r ::. in::.: Histoiy. TVellesIey CoE^e, 1911-15. 

Ogden". Ellzn SzTGJf, Hopkins Hall, Burlington. Y 

Head ct H T^-i HiZ, Bnriington, Vt.. 1913-16. 

Paez.I5, M az.i ; ::, 1901, Low Bufldin^, Bryn Mawr, Pa 

AasocLiti ^::.ii^^: ;i Economics and Politics. Bryn Ma-ssr College, 1911—16. 
Married, 19 L2, Pro/ei»or William Boy Smith. 

Peebi.es, FLOBESfCE, 2352 Camp Street, Xew Orleans, La. 

Professor of Biology, S. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College. Tulane Umversity. 1915-16. 

Peesi£S, Rose Jeffbies, Yassar College, Poughkeepae, N. Y. 

Assistant Profe^»r of KngKah, Va^ar CoIL^e. 1914-16. 

Pebkixs, Elizabeth Mabt, 1900, 2429 Green Street, San Erancisco, Cal 

Married, 1910, Mr. Eric Charles William Sched Lyders. One dan^ter. 

Ragsdaue, YiRGEtqA, 1896, Jamestown, N. C. 

A^odate in Afathoinatii-g, State Normal CoUege, Greensboro, M. C, 1912-16. 



Masters of Arts 7 

Rand, Gertrude, Gulph Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Associate in Experimental and Educational Psychology and Psychologist to the Phebe 
Anna Thome Model School, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-16. 

Reimer, Marie, 420 West 118th Street, New York City. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Barnard College, 1911-16. 

Reynolds, Grace Potter, Fairfield Avenue, Stamford, Conn. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Winthrop Merton Rice. One daughter (f 1914). 

Ritchie, Mary Helen, 1896, Died, 1905. 

Roe, Adah Blanche, Kreutzbergweg 7, Gdttingen, Germany. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Herman Lommel. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, 1906, 

404 North Centre Street, Terre Haute, Ind, 

Instructor in English, Vassar College, 1913-16. 

ScHAEFFER, Helen Elizabeth, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1908, Dr. William Bashford Huff. One son, one daughter (f 1913). 

ScHENCK, Eunice Morgan, 1907, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Associate in French, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-16, and Teacher of French in the Phebe 
Anna Thorne Model School, 1913-16. 

Schmidt, Gertrud Charlotte, .Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, 1904, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Reader in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1910-16. 

Spalding, Mary Caroline, Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa. 

Professor of English, Wilson College, 1914-16. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, Died, 1912. 

Stites, Sara Henry, 1899, Simmons CoUege, Boston, Mass. 

Instructor in Economics, Simmons College, 1913-16. 

Sweet, Marguerite, 602 West 190th Street, New York City. 

Head of the EngUsh Department in the Veltin School, New York City, 1914-15. 

Swindler, Mary Hamilton,. . . .847 Western Avenue, ConnersviHe, Ind. 

Reader in Latin and Reader and Demonstrator in Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College, 1913- 
16; Teacher of Latin in the Phebe Anna Thorne Model School, 1914-16. 

Taylor, Lily Ross, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Instructor in Latin, Vassar College, 1912-16. 

Traver, Hope, 26 Oakland Terrace, Hartford, Conn. 

Professor of English, Mills College, Oakland, Cal., 1911-16. 

Urdahl, Margerethe, Charleston, 111. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Lewis Albert Anderson. 

Warren, Winifred, 805 Comstock Avenue, SjTacuse, N. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. George Arthur Wilson. 

White, Florence Donnell, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Assistant Professor of French, Vassar College, 1915-16. 

Willis, Gwendolen Brown, 329 Dolphin Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1914-16. 

Wood, Ida, 

Care of Colonel John P. Wood, 521 North 22nd Street, Philadelphia. 



Masters of Arts of Bryn Mawr College. 
Adaire, Nannie, 1904, 1227 West Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the William Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1911-14. 

Albee, Maria Hawes, 1904, 167 Linden Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Edward Lewis Uhl. Two sons (one f 1913). 



8 Masters of Arts 

Albert, Grace, 1897, The College Irm, Brj-n ^Mavrr, Pa. 

Graduate Student, Brj-a Ma'WT College, 1915-16, First Semester. 

Aj^len, Hope Emily, 1905, Kenwood, X. Y. 

Research .Student, 1912-16. 

Baetlett, HELE>f, 1892, See page 5. 

Bautlett, ^MAEGrEEiTE GoLD, 1913, 201 North 50th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English, Historj- and Ciiacs in the High .School, Pleasant ^aUe, X. J., 191.5—16. 

Bates, Theodoea, 1905, 35 Brewster Street, Cambridge, ^Mass. 

Private Tutor, 1915-16. 

Beliek;ow.skt, Sadie, 1912, 1712 North 7th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German, English, and Ancient History in the High School, Hinton, W. Va., 
191.5-16. 

Benist:tt, Ethel IMaet, 1905, 

Apartment J 3, The Powelton, 36th Street and Powelton Avenue, 
Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-16. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Arthur Parker Hitchens. One daughter (f 1911). 

Blake, Stje Atis, 1898, ^lerion, Pa. 

Demonstrator in Physics, Br>-n ^lairr College, 1915-16. 

Bliss, Eleaxoea Fean'ces, 1904, See page 5. 

Boeing, Alice Middleton, 1904, See page 5. 

Beaxdox, Rose, 1914, 314 North ^McKean Street, Butler, Pa. 

Instructor in Geologj', Mt. Holyoke CoUege, 191.5-16. 

Beaxsok", Anna IVIaey, 1903, Alpine, Tex. 

Beeed, Maey Bidtvell, 1S94, See page 5. 

Beockstedt, Claeissa Beatrice, 1913, 

4902 St. Louis Avenue, St. Louis, :Mo. 

Beowxzll, .Lvxe LonsE, 1S93, 220 Summer Street, Bristol, Conn. 

BuFFrii, IMariaxxa Nicholsox, 1902, 

749 West Washington Street, Jackson, Alich. 

Married, 190S, Mr. Perry Childs Hill. Two sons (one f 1909;, one daughter. 

BrxxEE, Maele Rowlaxd, 1907, 

The Essex, 34th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. 

Head of English Department of Strayer's Business College, 191.3-16, and Head of Stand- 
ardized English Course in Strayei's Special School, 191.5-16. 
Married, 1911, Mr. Leo Daniel Comber. 

Byexes, Esthee FrssELL, 1891, See page 5. 

Cam, Noeah, 1912, 

23 Lome Avenue, Montreal, Canada. Summer: Paulers Pury Rectory, 
Towcester, England. 

Teacher in Miss Edgar's School, Montreal, Canada, 1914-16. 

Chaxdlee, Elizabeth Betteetox, 1902, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 190-3, Mr. Horace Baker Forman, Jr. One son, one daughter. 

Clark, Mabel Paekee, 1889, 145 West 78th Street, New York City. 

Chairman of Local School Board, District 14, Manhattan, 1913-16; Volunteer Social 

Worker, 1914-16. 
Married, 1894, Dr. John Henry Hiiddlesfon (f 1915). Two daughters, one son. 

CoLLixs, Rlth, 1910, 10 Gramercy Park, New York City. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Frank Howard Desch. 

Crane, Martox Delia, 1911, 

Care of Professor H. 5. Williams, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Sage Fellow in Philosophy, Cornell University, 1914-16. 



Masters of Arts 9 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, 1911,. . .3911 Poplar Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Tutor, 1914-15. 

Deems, Elsie, 1910, 

Sailors' Snug Harbor, New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Teacher of English in the Cathedral School of St. Mary, Garden City, N. Y., 1915-16. 

DiLLiN, Margaret Sidner, 1909, Radnor, Pa. 

DiMON, Abigail Camp, 1896, 367 Genesee Street, Utica, N. Y, 

Recording Secretary, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-16. 

Doolittle, Margaret, 1911, 

102 Valentine Street, Mt. Vernon, N. Y., or care of Presbyterian Board 
of Foreign Missions, 156 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

Student and Assistant in Phonetics in the Kennedy School of Missions, Hartford, Conn., 
1915-16. Appointed to Mission Station, Tripoli, Syria. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, 1901, See page 5. 

Farnham, Lois Anna, 1900, 22 Old Lancaster Road, Brjm Mawr, Pa. 

Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1903, Professor David Wilbur Horn. Three daughters. 

Fay, Mart Ltjella, 1897, Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of History and French in the Misses Kirk's School, Bryn Mawr, 1903-16. 

Flickinger, Alice, 1906, 

227 Orchard Avenue, Webster Groves Station, St. Louis, Mo. 

Foster, Elizabeth Andros, 1908, Glendale Road, Sharon, Mass. 

Fellow in French, Smith College, 1915-16. 

Fowler, Eugenia, 1901, 

6847 Cornell Avenue, Chicago, 111., or Upper Lehigh, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Mahlon Kemmerer Neale. One son (t 1912). 

Gardner, Julia Anna, 1905, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Assistant in Palaeontology, Johns Hopkins University, 1911-16. 

Gerhard, Elizabeth Hill, 1904, 522 West James Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Teacher of French in the Girls' Latin School, Baltimore, Md., 1912-16, and Graduate Stu- 
dent, Johns Hopkins University, 1915-16. 

Giles, Ellen Rose, 1896, *: Died, 1914. 

Gilroy, Helen Turnbull, 1909, 2314 Green Street, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Student in Physics, University of Chicago, 1915-16. 

Gleim, Mary Agnes, 1897, .... 524 Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Teacher of English and History in Miss Ethel Walker's School, Lakewood, N. J., 1915-16. 

GoFP, Leah, 1889, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Alba Boardman Johnso)i. 

Goodwin, Mary Merrick, 1909, 3927 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 

Haines, Jane Bowne, 1891, Cheltenham, Pa. 

Private Indexer and Bibliographer, 1903-16. 

Hamilton, Edith, 1894, The Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md. 

Head Mistress of the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1896-1916. 

Harris, Elizabeth, 1890, 534 Linden Avenue, Clayton, Mo. 

Married, 1896, Professor Edward Harrison Keiser. Five sons, one daughter. 

Heritage, Gertrude Langden, 1896, 

636 South Wahiut Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1913-16. 
Married, 1911, Mr. Francis Harvey Green. 

Hodge, Helen Henry, 1900, 11 Queensberry Street, Boston, Mass. 

Hopkins, Mary Delia, 1896, Chnton, N. Y. 

Suffrage Worker, 1913-16. 



10 Masters oj Arts 

HOUGHTOX, KATH-\BI>n: rvlAETHA, 1900, 

133 Hawthorn Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Thomas Nortal Hepburn. Three sons, one daughter. 

HoTTSox, Emily Elizabeth, 1910, Lake Erie College, Paines^"ille, 0. 

Instructor in Mathematics and Physics, Lake Erie College, 1914r-16. 

HoYT, Helen Stkoxg, 1897, 

Care of C. N. Loveland, Esq., 608 Coal Exchange, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Jeffees, !Mart, 1897, 2352 Camp Street, Xew Orleans, La. 

Reader in German, BrjTi Mawr College, 1913—16; on leave of absence, and Acting Assistant 
Professor of Education, H. S. Xewcomb Memorial CoUege, Tulane L niversitv, Xew 
Orleans, 191-5-16. 

JoHXSox, MiEiAU Leigh, 1905, 752 Xorth 40th Street, Philadelphia. 

JoHXSTOx, Elizabeth Hexeietta, 1912, 

206 Elm Avenue, S. W., Pv.oanoke, Va. 

Teacher of English in the High School, Roanoke, Va., 1915-16. 

Jonas, Anna Isabel, 1904, See page 6. 

Jones, Geace Latimee, 1900, . . . .1175 East Broad Street, Columbus, O. 

Head ^Mistress of Columbus .School for Girls, and Teacher of English, 190i-16, and Secre- 
tary of Board of Directors, 1912-16. 

Jueist, Helen Steeglitz, 1909, . . . 916 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 
Ketllee, IVIabel Mathewson, 1908, . . . 1209 Avenue C, Gtalveston, Tex. 

Private Tutor, 1913-16. 

King, Geoegiana Goddard, 1896, Roadside, Rosemont, Pa. 

Associate Professor of Modem Art, Brj-n Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Lambeeton, Helen, 1907, 753 Corinthian Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Germantown High .School for Girls, Philadelphia, 1910-16. 

Latimee, Caeollne Wormelet, 1896, 

Sherwood Hotel, Monument Street, Baltimore, 'Sid. 

Lee, Elva, 1893, Randolph, X. Y. 

Editor. Bryn Mawr Alumna Quarterly, 1913-16. 

Locke, Geace Perley, 1898, 179 State Street, Portland, 'Me. 

LoNGWELL, Katheeine Cavenagh, 1912, Clinton, X. Y. 

Principal, The College Hill School, Clinton, N. Y., 191.5-16. 

LowENGEUND, Helen Moss, 1906, 1356 Madison Avenue, Xew York City. 

Married, 191-5, Mr. George W. Jacoby. 

MoNTGOMEEY, AMELIA, 1905, 628 Xorth First Street, San Jose, Cal. 

Married, 1911, J/r. William Douglas Carter. 

MosEE, Lillian 'S'ieginia, 1893, 812 South West Street, SjTacuse, X. Y. 

Teacher of Historj- in the Goodyear Burlingame School, .Sj^racuse, X. Y., 1913—16. 

Xeilson, Xellie, 1893, See page 6. 

Nichols, Context Shepaed, 1899, 95 Carroll Street, Binghamton, X. Y. 

Teacher in !Miss Childs's School, Binghamton, 1911—16. 

NoREis, Beetha Coenelia, 1904, . .- ^ . . Torrington, Conn. 

Teacher of Classics and English in the Ward-Belmont School, Xash\-ille, Tenn., 191.3-16. 

NoREis, Maey Rachel, 1906, Torrington, Conn. 

Teacher of English and Historj- in Miss Cowles's School, HoUidaj-sburg, Pa., 1911-16. 

Obeege, Ulleeicka Hendeietta, 1898, .... Buck Lane, BrT,-n ]Mawr, Pa. 

Head of Historv and Economics Department in Miss Wright's School, Brj-n Ma-sr, Pa., 
1915-16. 

Olsen, Sophie Yttt.kn, 1898, Rektorboligen, Rosldlde, Deimiark. 

Married, 1902, Dr. Henrik BerteUen. Two daughters, one son. 



Masters of Arts 11 

O'Neil, Elizabeth Breading, 1903, 

20th and Chestnut Streets, Chester, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Kingsley Montgomery. 

Park, Marion Edwards, 1898, 1529 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1915-16. 

Parkhurst, Helen Huss, 1911, Chestnut Street, Englewood, N. J. 

Honorary Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, 1915-16. 

Perkins, Agnes Frances, 1898, Wellesley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of Rhetoric and English Composition, Wellesley, 1915-16. 

Pettit, Edith, 1895,. 59 East 65th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Adolphe Edward Borie, 3rd. One son. 

Pond, Millicent, 1910, State College, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the North East High School for Girls, Philadelphia, 1913-16. 

Rambo, Eleanor Ferguson, 1908, 

120 County Line Road, Brjm Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, and Private Tutor, 1912-16; Gradu- 
ate Scholar in Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-16. 

Rembaugh, Bertha, 1897, 1 Broadway, New York City. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 1904-16. 

Rhoads, Anna Ely, 1889, 686 Old Railroad Avenue, Br3Ti Mawr, Pa. 

Alumnae Director, Bryn Mawr College, 1909-12, and Trustee and Director, 1912-16. 
Married, 1897, Professor William Coffin Ladd (f 1908). One daughter. 

Rice, Edith Florence, 1907, 

647 West Phil-Ellena Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the High School, Germantown, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Ritchie, Mary Helen, 1896, See page 7. 

Roberts, Louise Elizabeth, 1908, 2043 North 62nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Paterson, N. J., 1913-16. 

Robinson, Virginia Pollard, 1906, 

420 West 20th Street, New York City. 

Visiting Teacher, Public Education Association, 1915-16. 

Sampson, Edith F., 1890, Died, 1905. 

Married, 1895, Professor John Howell Westcott. Three children. 

Sampson, Lilian Vaughan, 1891, 409 West 117th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1904, Professor Thomas Hunt Morgan. One son, three daughters. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, 1906, See page 7. 

DE Schweinitz, Agnes, 1899, 

11 Cummings Apartments, First and D Streets, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Married, 1908, Mr, Edward Robins Zalinski, 

Scott, Margaret, 1904, 4402 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1914-16. 

Seymour, Elizabeth Day, 1897, 

89 A King Henry's Road, S. Hampstead, London, England. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Angel. One son. 

Shields, Emily Ledyard, 1905, 36 Bedford Terrace, Northampton, Mass. 

Instructor in Latin, Smith College, 1915-16. 

Shoemaker, Jane Cushing, 1905, Died, 1910. 

Smith, Clara Lyford, 1907, 921 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Instructor in Biblical Literature and Comparative Religion, Goucher College, 1915-16. 

Smith, Helen Twining, 1907, Havre de Grace, Md. 

Teacher of History in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1913-16. 

Smith,, Hilda Worthington, 1910, 320 West 91st Street, New York City. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 



12 Bachelors of Arts 

Smith, Louise Pettibone, 1908, Linterhouse, Winchester, Conn. 

Instructor in Biblical History, Wellesley College, 191.5-16. 

Stecher, Lorle Ida, 1912, 

72 West Johnson Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Student in Psychology and Education, Columhjia University, 1911-16. 

Stites, Sara Henry, 1899, See page 7. 

Stoddard, Virginia Tryon, 1903, Mt. Holly, N. J. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 191o-16. 

Temple, Maud Elizabeth, 1904, ... 28 Highland Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Research Student, 1915-16. 

Thomas, Anne Heath, 1897, 138 South 46th Street, Philadelphia. 

Physician in Philadelphia, 1905-16. 

Thomas, Miriam, 1902, Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher of English in the Friends' School, Haverford, 1907-12, 1914-16. 

Thompson, Charlotte de Macklot, 1896, The Terraces, Camden, S. C. 
TowLE, Elizabeth Williams, 1898, The Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Head of Science Department in The Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1914-16. 

TowLE, Mary Rutter, 1899, 107 Waverly Place, New York City. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 1912-16. 

Tredway, Helen, 1911, 45 Fenelon Place, Dubuque, la. 

Trimble, Helen Bell, 1902, 827 Wynnewood Road, West Philadelphia. 

Substitute in I^anguage Department, William Pcnn High School, 1915-16. 

ViCKERS, Florence Childs, 1898, 

318 West Adams Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Franklin Allister McAlHsier. Two daughters, one son. 

Walker, Ethel, 1894, Lakewood, N. J. 

Head of Miss Ethel Walker's School, Lakewood, 1911-16. 

Wesson, Cynthia Maria, 1909, Gulph Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Assistant to the Director of Athletics and Gymnastics, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-16. 

Wines, Emma Stansbury, 1894,. .606 Lawrence Avenue, Springfield, 111. 



Bachelors of Arts of Bryn Mawr College. 
Abbott, Madeline Vaughan, 1893, Died, 1904. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Charles Elmer Bushnell. 

Abernethy, Florence Rosamund, 1915, . . Gulph Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Student of Stenography, Peirce Business School, Philadelphia, 191.5-16. 

Adair, Edith, 1909, 159 Macon Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher of EngUsh in the Brooklyn High School for Girls, 1909-16. 

Adaire, Nannie, 1904, See page 7. 

Adams, Eliza Raymond, 1893,. . .42 East 32nd Street, Indianapohs, Ind. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Frank Nichols Levns. 

Adams, Sophie Frances, 1902, 

Care of American Social Hygiene Association, 105 West 40th Street, 
New York City. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Bascom Johnson. Two sons, one daughter. 

Albee, Maria Hawes, 1904, See page 7. 

Albert, Grace, 1897, See page 8. 



Bachelors of Arts 13 

AxBERTSON, Alice O^ten, 1902, 3940 BrowB Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Tutor, 1912-16; Teacher in Miss Cruice's School, Philadelphia, 1912-1'J; Curator, 
Maria Mitchell Association, jSTantucket, JMass., 1914-16. 

Albertson, Ltdia Mitchell, 1897, 

Ashtree, Bexilah HiU, Upper Norwood, London, S. E., England. 

Married, 1900, Mr. J. Wilbur Tierney. One son, one-daughter. 

Albertson, Mary, 2nd, 1915, Magnoha, N. J. 

Albeo, Alice Hopkins, 1890, Died, 1904. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Ch.arles A. Barker. One son. 

AxDEN, Mary Bogtie, 1912, 

5541 Morris Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1915, Tlie Rev. Edwin Selden Lane. 

Alexander, Willa Bullitt, 1911, 

Great Neck Station, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1913, Mr. James Herbert Browning. One daughter. 

AjiEN, Eleanor Bradford, 1914,. .2400 Durant Avenue, Berkeley, Cal. 

Student, University of California, 1915-16. 

Allen, Frances Dean, 1902, 

Riverdale Country School, Riverdale on Hudson, N. Y. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Frank SutdjJ Eackett. Four sons. 

Allen, Hope Emily, 1905, See page 8. 

Allen, Jane, 1904, 1147 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1912-16. 

Allen, Marguerite Sheldon, 1902, 

2281 Murray Hill Road, Cleveland, O. 

Visitor, Associated Charities, Cleveland, 1912-16. 

Allen, Mary Norton, 1910, 2 Forestdale Road, Worcester, Mass. 

Student, School of Journalism, Columbia University, 1914-15. 

Allinson, Susanne Carey, 1910, . . .163 George Street, Providence, R. I. 
Alus, Mary Elizabeth, 1901, 1604 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Director and Secretary for Westminster Guild, 1909-16. 

Anderson, Catharine Longworth, 1906, Grandin Road, Cincinnati, O. 
Andrews, Elizabeth Agnes, 1899, Merion, Pa. 

Student of Secretarial Work, 1916. 

Andrews, Isabel Josephine, 1898, Merion, Pa. 

Andrews, Lotta Grace, 1902, 1931 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Practising Ophthalmologist, 1907-16. 

ANN.ysr, Helen Culbertson, 1891, 39 East 67th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Arthur Hau-ley Scribner. 

Anthony, Alice, 1889, Hopkins Hall, Burlington, Vt, 

Bursar, Hopkins Hall, Burlington, Yt., 1915-16. 

Anthony, Emily Frances, 1889, 96 West Forest Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Married, 1891, Dr. Frederick Wright Robbi?is. Two sons, one daughter. 

Archbald, Anna, 1902, 353 West 21st Street, New York City. 

Married, 1908, Mr. William Sihey. 

Archer, Caroline, 1898, 301 South 5th Street, Reading, Pa. 

Armstrong, Marguerite B., 1905, Died, 1913. 

Arnold, Dorothy H. C, 1905, Address unknown. 

Arthurs, Ann Catherine, 1912, 7 East Preston Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher in the True Light Seminarj', Canton, China, 1913-16. 



14 Bachelors of Arts 

Arthurs, Maktha Montgomery, 1914, 

The Homewood, Charles and 31st Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

jNIarried, 1915, Mr. J. Frank Supplee, Jr. 

Ash, Rachel, 1915, 4176 Leidy Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, 191.T-16. 

Ashley, Mabel Pierce, 1910, 41 West 87th Street, New York City. 

Ashton, Dorothy Laing, 1910, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Ashwell, Grace Isabel, 1905, 380 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Dr. Edward Holman Royinond, Jr. Two sons. 

Atherton, Louise Parke, 1903, 4 Chalmers Place, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1908, Professor Samuel Dickey. One daughter, two sons. 

Atherton, Melanie Gildersleeve, 1908, Kolhapur, Bombay, India. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Daiid Benjamin Updegraff. 

Atherton, Sarah Henry, 1913, 36 West River Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Atkins, Emma Louise, 1894, Windermere Avenue, Interlaken, N. J. 

Alarried, 190.5, Mr. Edward B. Davis. Two daughters. 

Atkins, Sarah Frances, 1894, 

1312 North Meridian Street, IndianapoHs, Ind. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Thomas Reid Kackley (f 1909) . One daughter, one son. 

Atkinson, Mary Janney, 1895,. . . .277 Maple Avenue, Doylestown, Pa. 

Married, 1895, Mr. George Watson. Two daughters (one f 1900). 

Austin, Agnes Bell, 1903, 2418 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English and History in Miss HiUs's Sohool, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Austin, Mabel Henszey, 1905, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Bernard Todd Converse. Two daughters. 

Avery, Delia Strong, 1900, 16 Hancock Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Ayer, Elizabeth, 1914, 518 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Student in the School for Social Workers, Boston, ]91o-16. 

Ayer, Margaret Helen, 1907, 1153 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Cecil Barnes. Two sons. 

Ayer, Mary Farwell, 1901, 121 East 64th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1910, Mr. John Easton Rousmaniere. Two daughters, one son. 

Babcock, Ruth, 1910, 184 Belatr Road, Rosebank, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, The Rev. Charles Price Deem^. 

Bacon, Ethel McClellan, 1903, 714 Connor Street, Jophn, Mo. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Aa. Levering Smith. One son, one daughter. 

Baechle, Cecelia Irene, 1913,. . .6420 North 11th Street, Philadelphia. 

Instructor in Latin and German in the High School, York, Pa., 1911-16. 

Bailey, Margaret Emerson, 1907, 111 East 56th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of English in Miss Chapin's School, New York City, 1909-16. 

Baird, Janet, 1914, Sharon Hill, Pa. 

Assistant Teacher of Languages, Friends' Central School, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Baird, Lucy, 1896, 927 Cherokee Road, Louisville, Ky. 

Teacher of IVIathematics in Sea Pines School, Brewster-on-the-Cape, Mass., 1915-16. 

Baird, Mildred, 1914, Sharon Hill, Pa. 

Teacher of History in the Public Schools, Donora, Pa., 1915-16. 

Baker, Eugenia Griffin, 1914, . . 667 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Baker, Pleasaunce, 1909, 

Zellwood, Fla., Summer: 1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 



Bachelors of Arts 15 

Balch, Emily Greene, 1889, . . . 130 Prince Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Professor of Political Economy and Political and Social Science, Wellesley College, 1913-16. 

Balch, Marion Casares, 1902, 130 Prince Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Balderston, Elizabeth Grecian, 1914, 

505 South 41st Street, Philadelphia. 

Head of the English Department, Lucy Cobb Institute, Athens, Ga., 1914-16. 

Baldwin, Dorothea de Forest, 1913, 

133 East 65th Street, New York City. 

Baldwin, Elizabeth Ford, 1914, 

Care of Harris, Forbes & Co., 56 WilUam Street, New York City. 

Y. W. C. A. Worker in Paris, France, and Laboratory Assistant in French Military Hos- 
pital, 1915-16. 

Baldwin, Juliet Catherine, 1898, Died, 1910. 

Ball, Rebecca Whitman, 1904, 

Department of Labor and Industry, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Chief Clerk, Bureau of Employment, Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, 
1915-16. 

Baltz, Ellen Duncan, 1900, 443 South 44th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. John Morton Fultz. One son, one daughter. 

Barber, Fannie Skeer, 1909 Mauoh Chunk, Pa. 

Teacher of English and I^atin in the Cathedral School for Girls, Bagnio, Beugnet, P. I., 
1913-10. 

Barber, Helen Dorothy, 1912, 

483 East 16th Street, North, Portland, Ore. 

Teacher of English in the James John High School, Portland, 1915-16. 

Barbour, Elizabeth Graeme, 1899, 1139 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 

Head of English Department in the Girls" High School, lyouisville, 1904-16. 

Barnett, Hazel Kathryn, 1915, Bedford, Pa. 

Graduate Scholar and Laboratory Assistant in Psychology, Bryn Mawr College, 191.5-16. 

Barrett, Helen Juanita, 1913, Glenolden, Pa. 

General Secretary, Y. W. C. A., Norristown, Pa., 1915-16. 

Bartholomew, Clyde, 1897, Box 437, Manila, Philippine Islands. 

Principal of the Ellinwood School for Girls, Manila, 1905-16. 

Bartholomew, Grace, 1913, 4527 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in Miss Hills's School, Main Line Branch, Ardmore, Pa., 1915-16. 

Bartholomew, Mary Eleanor, 1909, 

509 North Person Street, Raleigh, N. C. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Leland James Fogg. One daughter. 

Bartlett, Helen, 1892, See page 5. 

Bartlett, Marguerite Gold, 1913, See page 8. 

Bartlett, Theodora, 1905, 141 East 16th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of History in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1910-16. 

Barton, Katharine Sayles, 1900, 124 Fifth Street, Hinsdale, HI. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Robert William Chitds. Two daughters. 

Batchelor, Jean Muriel, 1914,. . . .217 Reynolds Street, Kingston, Pa. 
Bates, Josephine Russell, 1902, 35 Brewster Street, Cambridge, Mass, 
Bates, Margaret Handy, 1905, Franklin Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Teacher of English in the Misses Hebb's School, Wilmington, 1915-16. 

Bates, Theodora, 1905, See page 8. 

Bean, Catharine E., 1889, 919 Twelfth Avenue, Kaimuki, Honolulu, H. I. 

Married, 1891, Mr. Isaac M. Cox. One son. 



16 Bachelors of Arts 

Bean, Susan Austin, 1905, 19 North Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Private Tutor, 1911-16. 

Beakdwood, Jane, 1912, 802 North 24th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of French and German in Dilworth Hall and Pennsylvania College for Women, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1915-16. 

Bechtel, Dorothea, 1914, Carpenter, Del. 

Teacher of English in the High School, Lambertville, N. J., 1914-16. 

Bedingek, Anna Moore, 1899, Kunsan, Korea, Asia. 

Bedinger, Maria Voorhees, 1891, Anchorage, Ky. 

Principal of Anchorage School, 1916-16. 

Beliekowsky, Sadie, 1912, See page 8. 

Belin, Alice, 1892, Longwood, Kennett Square, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Pierre Samuel du Pont. 

Belleville, Marie Elizabth, 1909 620 Maple Lane. Sewickley, Pa. 

Instructor in Physics, Margaret Morrison Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1912-16. 

Benedict, Isabel Hopkins, 1914, 375 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Student, Barnard School of Household Arts and Graduate Student of Economics, Columbia 
University, 1915-16. 

Benjamin, Julie De Forest, 1907, 90 North 13th Street, Flushing. N. Y, 

Married, 1913, Mr. Roger Saul Howson. One son. 

Bennett, Ethel Mary, 1905, See page 8. 

Bent, Elizabeth Conway, 1895, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Hethert Lincobi Clark. Two daughters. 

Bering, Mary Isabel, 1914, 457 West WiUiam Street, Decatur, 111. 

BiDDLE, Maria Georgina, 1910,. . .2017 De Lancey Place, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, 1915-16. 

Biedenbach, Mary Estella Dolores, 1908, 

700 North McKean Street, Butler, Pa. 

Biglow, Elsie, 1906, Chesterfield, Md. 

Married, 1906, Mr. St. George Barber. 

Billmeyer, Helen May, 1902,. . .250 Midland Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Teacher in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1911-16. 

BiRDSALL, Mabel, 1894, 37 William Street, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 191.5-16. 
Married, 1896, Mr. William Turner Cowles. 

Bishop, Mildred Remsen, 1908, 1555 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Teacher of French in the Grosse Pointe School, Grosse Pointe, Mich., 191.5-16. 

BissELL, Bessie Gertrude, 1899, 400 West 3rd Street, Dubuque, la. 

BixLER, Irma Bertha,* 1910, 247 Princeton Avenue, Elyria, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Emerson Peck Paste. One daughter. 

BiXLER, Rena Catherine, 1914, 236 McKee Place, Pittsbiu-gh, Pa. 

Graduate Student, University of Pittsburgh and Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 

Blaine, Margaret Graham,. 1913, 141 High Street, Taunton, Mass. 

Blaisdell, Viola Margaret, 1907, Box 258, Glassboro, N. J. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Camden, N. J., 1907-16. 

Blake, Dorothy Turner, 1913, 

Care of Eben Symonds, Esq., 50 State Street, Boston, Mass. 

Blake, Sue Avis, 1898, See page 8. 

Blakey, May Louise, 1900, "Roscommon," Doylestown, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Thomas Ross. Three sons. 



Bachelors of Arts 17 

Blanc, Zena Jennie, 1915, .. .5178 Parkside Avenue, West Philadelphia. 
Blanchaed, Elizabeth Miller, 1889, Bellefonte, Pa. 

Assistant JXIanager of the Bellefonte Basket Shoji, 190S-16. 
Married, 1914, Dr. Robert Mills Beach. 

Blanchard, Margaret Terry, 1914, 

190 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Volunteer Church Worker, 1915-16. 

Blanchard, Mary Miles, 1889, Bellefonte, Pa. 

Owner and Director of the Bellefonte Basket Shop, 1906-16. 

Blauvelt, Anne Fleming. 1899, Died, 1900. 

Blauvelt, Elisabeth Hedges, 1896, Died, 1912. 

Bley, Helen Muller, 1910,. . .2 Sixth Street, N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Translator in U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1915-16. 

Bliss, Eleanora Frances, 1904, See page 5. 

Blose, Corinne, 1902, Douglas Manor, Douglaston, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Henry Collier Wright. One son, three daughters. 

Boardman, Wynanda Koechlin, 1914, 6 Washington Place, Troy, N. Y. 

BoDiNE, Elizabeth Davis, 1902,. .146 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 

BoGGS, Anita Uarda, 1910, 

Bureau of Commercial Economics, Washington, D. C. 

Co-Founder of Bureau of Commercial Economics and Magazine Writer and I.ecturer, 
1913-16. 

BoNTECou, Eleanor, 1913, 150 Highland Avenue, Orange, N. J. 

Student, New York University Law School, and Private Secretary, 191.5-16. 

BoNTECOU, Margaret, 1909, 150 Highland Avenue, Orange, N. J. 

Warden of Denbigh Hall, 1914-16. 

BooKSTAVER, Mary Alletta, 1898, 

•'The Wyoming," 55th Street and 7th Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Charles Edward Knoblauch. 

Boring, Alice Middleton, 1904, See page 5. 

Boring, Lydia Truman, 1896, 4520 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1914-16. 

Boucher, Sophie, 1903, 340 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Bowman, Elsa, 1896, 49 East 84th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Science in the Brearley School, New York City, 1S9S-1916. 

Boyd, Jessie, 1914, 64 West 77th Street, New York City. 

Boyd, Lydia Paxton, 1902, 720 Marion Street, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Richard Mehille Day. One daughter. 

BoYER, Anne Ayer, 1899, 219 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Head of Department of Modern Languages in the High School, PottsviUe, 1914-16. 

BoYER, Frances Elizabeth, 1915, 219 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and Ancient History in the Hillside School, Norwalk, Conn., 1915-16. 

BoYER, Judith McCutcheon, 1909, 43 Gay Street, Newtonville, Mass. 

Married, 1911, Mr. James Albert Syrenger. One son. 

BoYER, Laura Frances, 1906,. . .219 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Educational Secretary, Diocese of Bethlehem, 1914-16. 

BoYER, Martha Getz, 1909, The Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1914-16. 

Bradford, Harriet, 1915, 2516 Union Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Private Secretary, 1915-16. 



18 Bachelors of Arts 

Bradway, Margaret Saeger, 1915, Haverford, Pa. 

Graduate Scholar in French, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Br ALE Y, ELiZABETiT, 1914, 12 Charles Street, New York City 

Married, 1914, Mr. Frederick Archibald Dewey. 

Branch, Zelda Madison, 1912, 3443 Paseo Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 191.5-16. 
Married, 1912, Dr. William Emile Cramer. 

Brand, Helen Page, 1903, Address unknown. 

Married, , Mr. Raymond I. Hall. 

Brandeis, Adele, 1908, Ladless Hill Farm, Louisville, Ky. 

Brandeis, Susan, 1915, 6 Otis- Place, Boston, Mass. 

Equal Suffrage Worker, 191.5-16. 

Brandon, Rose, 1914, See page 8. 

Branham, Grace Bagnall, 1910,. . . .2200 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer.sity, 191.5-16. 

Branson, Anna Mary, 1903, •. . . . See page 8. 

Branson, Katharine Fleming, 1909,.. 114 Main Street, Coatesville, Pa. 

Instructor in Latin and Mathematics, Miss Beard's School, Orange, N. J., 1914-16. 

Branson, Laura Elizabeth, 1915,. . . .114 Main Street, Coatesville, Pa. 

Head of Department of Mathematics and Teacher of Physics, Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, 
Conn., 1915-16. 

Brayton, Abby Slade, 1894,. . . .19 Highland Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Randall Nelson Durfee. Two sons, two daughters. 

Brayton, Helen Ireson, 1903, Box 34, Fall River, Mass. 

Farming in Washington, Conn., 191.5-16. 

Brayton, Mary Elizabeth, 1901, 338 Locust Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Edward Ira Marxell. One son, one daughter. 

Bready, Marcia, 1905, 981 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Teacher of English and History in the National Cathedral School, Washington, D. C., 
1913-16. 

Breed, Mary Bidwell, 1894, See page 5. 

Brewer, Rachel Slocum, 1905, 650 Canton Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

Church and Settlement Worker, 1915-16. 

Brockstedt, Clarissa Beatrice, 1913, See page 8. 

Brown, Anna Haines, 1915, 5927 Drexel Road, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Brown, Bertha, 1904, Westtown, Pa. 

Secretary to the Principal, Westtown School, 1915-16. 

Brown, Carolyn Trowbridge, 1900, Freeport, Long Island, N. Y. 

Managing Editor, Harper's Bazar, 1913-15. 
Married, 1899, Mr. Herbert Radnor Lewis. 

Brown, Christine, 1914, . .717 South 4th Street, Springfield, 111. 

Brown, Emily Eastman, 1897, . . 178 Hawley Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Head of Classical Department in the Central High School, Binghamton, 191.5-16. 

Brown, Fannie Isabella, 1903, 190 Park Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Charlton School, New York City, 1912-16. 

Brown, Helen Dalton, 1909, .... 1216 North State Street, Chicago, 111. 

Junior Assistant Cataloguer, John Crerar Library, Chicago, 1909-16. 

Brown, Josephine Chapin, 1913, 436 Portland Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 



Bachelors of Arts 19 

Brown, Louise Colbourne, 1901, Address unknown. 

Brown, Mary Pitman, 1902, 72 Pleasant Street, Marblehead, Mass. 

Brown, Mary Wilmarth, 1913,... 1216 North State Street, Chicago, 111. 

Laboratory Assistant in the Memorial Institute for the Study of Infectious Diseases in 
Chicago, 1915-16. 

Browne, Frances, 1909, 15 East 10th Street, New York City. 

Teacher in the Play School, 206 West 13th Street, New York City. 

Browne, Jennie Nicholson, 1898, . . . 510 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Medical Examiner for Catholic Women's Benevolent Legion, 1903-16: Physician to the 
Supervisors of City Charities for the South Baltimore District, 1903-16; Physician, 
1902-16. 

Browne, Mary Nicholson, 1899, . . . .510 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Physician, 1903-16; Medical Examiner for the Ladies of the Maccabees and for the Tribe 
of Ben Hur, 1906-16; Teacher in St. Timothy's School, Catonsville, Md., 1911-16. 

Brownell, Eleanor Olivia, 1897, 

The Misses Shipley's School, Brya Mawr, Pa. 

Principal, the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-16. 

Brownell, Grace Stanley, 1907, 

20 Markwood Road, Forest Hills, New York City. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Harold Piatt Daniels. Two daughters. 

Brownell, Harriet Mather, 1896, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Teacher of Greek and I^atin in the Mary Lyon School, Swarthmore, Pa., 1913-16. 

Brownell, Jane Louise, 1893, See page 8. 

Brownell, Louise Sheffield. 1893, Chnton, N. Y. 

Private Tutor, 1905-16. 

Married, 1900, Dean Arthur Percy Saunders. Two daughters, two sons. 

Brownell, Mary Gertrude, 1915, 144 Lloyd Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Bruner, Grace E., 1901, Llanerch, Pa. 

Private Secretary, 1911-16. 

Brusstar, Margaret Elizabeth, 1903, 

708 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Head of Department of Mathematics in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1908- 
10, 1912-16. 

Bryan, Elizabeth Middleton, 1903, 

188 Midland Avenue, East Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1909, Dr. .John EmiNus Parker. Two sons, one daughter. 

Bryan, Kate Hampton, 1908, Lincoln Drive, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Robert Rodes McGoodwin. Two sons. 

Bryant, Elizabeth Sohier, 1914, 81 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass. 

Student in Secretarial Course, Bryant and Stratton Commercial School, 1914-16. 

Bryant, Elsie Harriet, 1908, 2922 Scottwood Avenue, Toledo, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. David Herrick Goodwillie. Two sons. 

Bryant, Marian Elizabeth, 1907, 116 South East Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. David Eas^tman Johnson. 

Buchanan, Ethel, 1915, 255 Park Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Teacher in the West End School, Bridgeport, 1915-16. 

Buchanan, Jessie Crow, 1913,. . .473 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 
BuFFUM, Gertrude Mary, 1908, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Richard Lee Barrows. One daughter, one son. 

BuFFUM, Marianna Nicholson, 1902, See page 8. 

Bull, Emily Louisa, 1891, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher in the Misses Kirk's School, Brj'n Mawr. 1907-16. 

Bullock, Ethel Stratton, 1906, PottsviUe, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Harold Kline Beecher. One daughter, two sons. 



20 Bachelors of Arts 

Bunker, Marie Rowland, 1907, See page 8. 

BxjRCHARD, Agnes Elizabeth, 1915, Kellogg Springs, Morgan Hill, Cal. 

Burns, Mary Creighton, 1903, 217 Radcliffe Street, Bristol, Pa. 

Btjrrell, Eleanor Loudenois, 1903, Redlands, Cal. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Raymond Hornby. One daughter, one son. 

Buxton, Caro Fries, 1901,. .Care of H. L. Edwards & Co., Dallas, Tex. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Henry Lee Edwards. One daughter. 

Byrne, Laura Laurenson, 1912, 

Care of Dr. B. J. Byrne, ElHcott Citj^ Md. 

Teacher of History and Latin in Suffern Academy, Suffern, N. Y., 1915-16. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, 1891, See page 5. 

Cabot, Ruth, 1910, East Milton, Mass. 

Private Secretary, 1913-16; Worker in Social Dramatics, South End House, Boston, Mass., 
1915-16. 

Cadbury, Jr., Emma, 1898,. . . .254 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Treasurer of Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans, 1901 -16. 

Cadbury, Hannah Warner, 1896, West Grove, Pa. 

Editor, 1908-16; Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1910, Mr. Robert Pyle. 

Cadbury, Leah Tapper, 1914, Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher of Arithmetic, French and Physiology in Haverford Friends' School and of Ath- 
letics in Miss Kirk's School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-16. 

Caldwell, Elizabeth Miller, 1897, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Gerard Fountain. Three daughters, one son. 

Cam, Norah, 1912, See page 8. 

Cameron, Mary Wiley, 1904, 238 Granada Street, Tucson, Ariz. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1912-16. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Walter James Wakefield. 

Camp, Marion Merrill, 1914,. . .277 Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Campbell, Cornelia Sarah, 1902, Sausalito, Cal. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Harry Akin Yeazell. Two daughters, one son. 

Campbell, Edith Crowninshield, 1901, Walker Road, West Orange, N. J. 

In charge of Publication Department, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 1910-16. 

Campbell, Grace Bowditch, 1900, 

Avalon Orchard, Parkdale, Hood River VaUey, Ore. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Sydney Gorham Babson. Two sons, one daughter. 

Campbell, Mary Moriarty, 1897, . . . Walker Road, West Orange, N. J. 

Teacher of Latin in the Brearley School, New York Citv, 1897-1910; Suffrage Worker, 
1915-16. 

Canan, Marjorie Stockton, 1904, Rosemont, Burnham, Pa. 

Philanthropic Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Lawford Howard Fry. Two daughters, two sons. 

Canan, Mary Hilda, 1904, Coldspring, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Samuel Matthews Vauclain, Jr. (f 1913). Two daughters. 

Canan, Virginia Custer, 1911, 1803 Third Avenue, Altoona, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Ensign John Harold Smith, U. S. N. 

Cannon, Mary Antoinette, 1907, Deposit, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1915-16. 

Cantlin, Ethel, 1901, 3 Polo Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Volunteer Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Monroe Buckley. 

Capel, Frank Marcella, 1914, 320 North Lang Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Bachelors of Arts 21 

Cakey, Frances King, 1911, Died, 1912. 

Carey, Helen Fraser, 1914, 

Care of Martin Carey, Esq., 26 Broadway, New York City. 

Cakner, Lucy Perkins, 1908, 

5530 Morris Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Assistant Executive for Field Committee, Y. W. C. A., 1915-16. 

Carpenter, Hannah Thayer, 1898, 276 Angell Street, Providence, R. I. 

Student and Teacher of Music, 1910-16. 

Carrere, Anna Merven, 1908, Red Oaks, White Plains, N. Y. 

Carroll, Elizabeth Maxwell, 1892, 

212 East Eager Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Head Mistress of the Arundell School, Baltimore, Md., 1900-16; Recording Secretary of the 
Consumers' League of Maryland, 1910-16. 

Carter, Alice, 1899, 809 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1905, Mr. William Carter Dickerman. Two sons, two daughters. 

Case, Adelaide Teague, 1908, 309 West 91st Street, New York City. 

Librarian, Church Missions House, New York City, 1914-16. 

Case, Clara Cary, 1904, 

Persia, Permanent address: 309 W. 91st Street, New York City. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Arthur Cecil Edwards. 

Caskey, Emily Edna, 1911, Glenside, Pa. 

Settlement Worker and Missionary, 1912-16. 

Chamberlain, Gladys Elizabeth, 1912, 

7 East 15th Street, New York City. 

Secretary, Central Branch, Y. W. C. A., New York City, 1913-16. 

Chamberlain, Mary Mitchell, 1915, 3216 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Special University Fellow in Aledical Sciences, University of Pennsjdvania, 1915-16. 

Chambers, Edith, 1908, 2211 ShaUcross Avenue, Wilmington, Del. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Joseph Edgar Rhoads. Two sons, one daughter. 

Chambers, Kate Ethel, 1911, Orchard Road, Chatham, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, Tlie Rev. Laurens Hickok Seelye. 

Chandlee, Elizabeth Betterton, 1902, See page 8. 

Chandler, Gladys Winthrop, 1907, 

7013 Cresheim Road, Mount Airy, Philadelphia. 

Chapin, Edith Burwell, 1899, 225 Lenoir Avenue, Wayne, Pa. 

Reader in English, Bryn Mawr College, 191.5-16. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Thomas Truxtun Tingey Craven (f 1914). One son. 

Chapin, Helena, 1896, 846 South George Street, York, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-16. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Alexander Edwin McLean. Three daughters (two f), two sons 
(one t). 

Chapin, Helen Burwell, 1915, 225 Lenoir Avenue, Wayne, Pa. 

Chase, Bertha Poole, 1899, 150 Ocean Street, Lynn, Mass. 

Married, 1904, Mr. John Hudson Hollis. Three sons. 

Chase, Carmelita, 1912, 

Hull House, 800 South Halsted Street, Chicago, 111. 

Student, Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, 1915-16. 

Chase, Dorothy, 1912, 514 Belmont Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Chase, Ethel Bird, 1910, 2339 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Benjamin Franklin Keith (f 1914). Mariied, 1915, Dr. George De 
Wolfe Kirk Patrick. 



22 Bachelors of Arts 

Chesxey, Miria-M, 1904, 2065 East Lippincott Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher, 1908-16. 

Chickerixg, Julia, 1911, 165 West 12th Street, Xew York City. 

Financial Secretary, Xew York Dispensary, 1913-1.5. 

Chickerixg, Rebekah Mcxroe, 1897, 78 Alorton Road, Milton, Mass. 

Teacher of History and English in Abbot Academy, Andover, Mass., 1898-1916. 

Cbild, Dorothy, 1910,. . . .McKean Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Student of Public Hygiene, University of Pennsylvania, 1915-16. 

Child, Edith, 1890, 60 West 10th Street, Xew York City. 

Treasurer of BrjTi Mawr Club of New York City, 1909-16: Private Secretary, 1913-16. 

Child, Florence Chapmax, 1905, 

Alclvean Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Practicing Physician, Philadelphia, 1912-16; Medical Inspector, Di^osion of Child Hygiene, 
Bureau of Health, Department of Public Health and Charities, 191.5-16; Chief of Chil- 
dren's Clinic of Je'nish Hospital Dispensarj% 191-1-16; Kensington Dispensarj' for Treat- 
ment of Tuberculosis, 1914-16. 

Child.s, ^M.iEJORiE, 1914, 1040 De Kalb Street, Xorristown, Pa. 

CHPasTT, Regixa LrciA, 1907, ... 310 West 79th Street, Xew York City. 

Artist's Mode], 1911-16. 

CiLLEY, Alice Loxgfellow, 1897, 32 East 64th Street, Xew York City. 

Married, 1899, Dr. Harry Hihherd Weist. One daughter, two sons. 

Cl.aflix, Charlotte Isabel, 1911, 

Care of Mrs. A. A. Claflin, Broad Exchange Building, Boston, Mass. 

Teacher of Infant Hygiene, Division of Child Hvgiene, Department oi Health, Newark, 
N. J., 1913-15. 

Claghohx, Kate Holladay, 1892, 15 Cranberry Street, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Lecturer on Social Research, New York School of Philanthropy, 1912-16. 

Clapp, Amy Lilley, 1904, 3809 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the William Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Claek, Axna Newhall, 1908, 117 ^Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass. 

Clakk, Elizabeth Estelle, 1907, 

School of Horticulture for Women, Ambler, Pa. Summer: 252 High 
Street, Germanto-5\-n, Philadelphia. 

Clark, Florexce Wilcox, 1902, Onawa, la. 

Married, 1915, J/r. Henry Lawrence Morrison. 

Clabk, Jean Butler, 1902, 688 Marshall Street, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Jacques Andre Fouilhoux. One daughter. 

Claek, Leslie, 1904, 960 Rose Building, Cleveland, O. 

Teacher of Historj' and Psychology,', Westover School, Middlebury, Conn., 1912-16. 

Clark, Mabel Parker, 1889, See page 8. 

Clarke, Edythe, 1903, 50 Harris Street, Brookhne, Mass. 

^Married, 1909, Dr. Arthur Willard Fairbanks. One daughter, one son. 

Clarke, Paulixe Ida, 1912, 603 West 139th Street, Xew York Citv. 

Reader for Stokes Publishing Company, 1912-16. 

Claeke, Susan. Lowell, 1901,. . .78 Bellariastrasse, Ziirich, Switzerland. 

Teacher of English at "Zur Manegg," Zurich, 1911-16. 

Clauder, Axxa Corxelia, 1905, 1724 Green Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History in the William Penn High School for Girls, Philadelphia, 1909-16. 

Clemexts, Helex Theodora, 1892, 

554 South Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdo-wae, Pa. 

Married, 1892, Dr. Edward Cameron Kirk. Three daughters. 



Bachelors of Arts 23 

Clifton, Anna Eleanor, 1909, 

5038 Schuyler Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Secretary to Chief, Bureau of Highways, Department of Public Works, Philadelphia, 
1915-16. 

Clifton, Jessie Williams, 1911, 

5038 Schuyler Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Secretary, Recorder's Office, University of Pennsylvania, 1914-16. 

Clinton, Ethel, 1902, 152 Bryant Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Nelson Gorham Russell. Two sons, one daughter. 

Clinton, Marion Dorothea, 1913, 

1565 East Davis Street, Portland, Ore. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the James John High School, Portland, Ore., 1913-16. 

Coale, Helen Cecilia, 1889, 620 Library Street, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1890, Dr. Henry Crew. Two daughters, one son. 

Cochran, Fanny Travis, 1904, .... 131 South 22nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Chairman of the Industrial Betterment Bureau of the Consumers' League of Eastern Penn- 
sylvania, 1910-16. 

CocKRELL, Josephine Eleanor, 1913,.. 4512 Swiss Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Robert Nuckols Watkin. 

CocKRELL, Mary, 1908, 4314 Worth Stre«t, Dallas, Tex. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Alexander Vardeman Cockrell. 

Coffin, Dorothy, 1911, Sunset Road, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Samuel Arnold Greeley. One son. 

Coffin, Mariam Louise, 1906, Box 133, New Castle, Ind. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Ward Murphey Canaday. One daughter. 

Cole, Dorothea, 1910, Chester, lU. 

Coleman, Anne C, 1895, 

Chateau de ViUandry, Savonniere, Indre et Loire, France. 

Married, 1899, Dr. Joachim Leon Carvallo. 

Colgan, Alice Ella, 1906, 608 West Indiana Avenue, Urbana, lU. 

Married, 1910, Mr. George Paul Boomsliter. Two daughters, one son. 

Collins, Phyllis, 1915, Altamont Hotel, Fort Thomas, Ky. 

Student, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, 1915-16. 

Collins, Ruth, 1910, See page 8. 

Colt, Elizabeth Fitzhugh, 1914, Geneseo, N. Y. 

CoNGDON, Dorothy Ida, 1906, 

Care of Postmaster, U. S. S. Sterett, New York Citj'. 

Married, 1913, Lieutenant .John Warburton Gates. Two sons. 

CoNGDON, Elizabeth, 1902, Glen Osborne, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Alexander Johnston Barron. 

CoNGDON, Gertrude, 1909, 1415 Wesley Avenue, Evanston, lU. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Richard Leicester Crampton. One daughter. 

CoNGDON, Louise, 1908, 1400 Judson Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1910, Mr. .Tulixis Pratt Balmer. One daughter, one son. 

CoNGDON, Louise Buffum, 1900, 

89 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Richard Siandish Francis. Two sons. 

Converse, Helen Prentiss, 1901, . . 6 East 69th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Warren Parsons Thorpe. One daughter, one son. 

Converse, Lisa Baker, 1896,. . . .311 Madison Avenue, Lakewood, N. J, 

Teacher of Latin, Greek and Mathematics in Miss Walker's School for Girls, Lakewood, 
1911-16. 



24 Bachelors of Arts 

Converse, Mary Eleanor, 1898, Rosemont, Pa. 

Cook, Katharine Innes, 1896, 71 East 87th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Greek and "Latin in Miss Chapin's School, New York City, 1909-16; Sufirage 
Worker, 1915-16. 

Cooke, Bertha May, 1901, 25 Raines Park, Rochester, N. Y. 

Married, 1903, Mr. James E. Kelley. One daughter. 

CooLiDGE, 2nd, Mary Lowell, 1914, 

81 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass. 

Assistant Teacher, Miss Pierce's School, Brookhne, Mass., 1915-16. 

Cooper, EivnLY Smyth, 1907, 234 AHens Lane, German to^^-n, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Edwin James Johnson. 

Cope, Julia, 1889, Haverford, Pa. 

General Secretary of the Foreign Missionary Association of Friends of Philadelphia, 1905-16. 
^Married, 1S94, Mr. Williain Henry Collins. 

CoPELAND, Margaret Boyd, 1908, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Nathaniel Hopkins Blatchford, Jr. One son. 

Cornell, Esther Stuart, 1912, 119 Washington Place, New York City. 

Actress, 1914-15. 

Corson, Eliz^eth Stillwell, 1902, 

185 Buckminster Road, Brookhne, Mass. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Perciral Gallagher. Two sons, one daughter. 

CoRwiN, Margaret Truivibuxl, 1912, 

247 St. Ronan Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Cox, Caroline Bessie, 1910, CjTiwj-d, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Hollis Wolstenhohne. 

Cox, LiLLiEN Adele, 1914, Short Hills, N. J. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Archer Harman. 

CoYLE. Margaret Hildegarde, 1906, 

1110 Duncannon Avenue, Logan, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Darid Aloysius Rahilly. 

Cragin, Jane Heartt, 1902, 8 Washington Square, New York City 

Married, 1905, Mr. D'Arcy Hemsworth Kay. One daughter. 

Craig, Dorothy Mayhew, 1907, 478 West 158th Street, New York City 

Secretary to the Executive Secretary of the Church Periodical Club, 1913-16. 

Crane, Claris Isabel, 1902, "Robin Wood," Timonium, Md 

Housekeeper and Farm 2^Ianager, 191.3-16. 

Crane, Edith Campbell, 1900, 135 Hampton Drive, Spartanburg, S. C 

Alarried, 1912, Mr. Samuel Tucker Lanham. Two daughters (one f 1913). 

Crane, Helen Bond, 1909, Care of Y. W. C. A., Foochow, China 

Secretary of the Y. W. C. A., Foochow, 1913-16. 

Crane, Marion Delia, 1911, See page 8 

Crawford, Elizabeth Long, 1908, 

228 Crawford Avenue, West Conshohocken, Pa 

Married, 1914, Mr. Wayne Sensenig. One son. 

Crawford, Emma Walker, 1903, 

103 West Nippon Street, Allen Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1913, Mr. John Clemmer Bechtel. One son. 

Crawford, Harriet Jean, 1902, . . Ury House, Fox Chase, Philadelphia. 
Crawford, Mary Virginia, 1896, Gulph Road, BrjTi Ma\\T, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Charles Benjamin Dudley, (f 1910). 

Creighton, Catherine, 1914, 1821 19th Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Student of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1915-15. 



Bachelors of Arts 25 

Crenshaw, Fanny Graves, 1912, 

919 Franklin Street West, Richmond, Va. 

Teacher of History and Mathematics in Miss Ellett's School, Richmond, 1912-16; Ath- 
letic Director, Westhajnpton College, 1914-16. 

Criswell Eliza Helen, 1904,. . . .45 West 38th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of German in New York City High Schools, 1914-16. 

Crosby, Phoebe Sinclair, 1906, Catonsville, Md. 

Teacher in Catonsville Primary School, 1914-15. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Serern Robert Allnutt. ^ 

Cross, Emily Redmond, 1901, 405 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Cruice, Louise Netterville, 1906, 1820 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Tutor, 1907-10; Principal of Miss Cruice's School, 1910-16. 

Dabney, Edith, 1903, 1530 Fifteenth Avenue, Seattle, Wash. 

Teacher of History, English, and Mathematics in the St. Nicholas School, Seattle, 1909-16. 

Daly, Elizabeth Teresa, 1901, Hudson Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Dalzell, Dorothy, 1908, 486 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 

Teacher of German and French in the Volkmann School, Boston, Mass., 1915-16. 

Daniels, Caroline Seymour, 1901, 1621 Judson Avenue, Evanston, HI. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Philip Wyatt Moore. Two sons, one daughter. 

Danielson, Rosamond, 1905, Putnam Heights, Putnam, Conn. 

Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, 1911, See page 9. 

Darkow, Marguerite Daisy, 1915, .. .3911 Poplar Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Science in Tudor Hall, Indianapolis, Ind., 1915-16. 

Darlington, Sarah Wilson, 1894, R. R. 1, Yuma, Ariz, 

Married, 1905, Mr. Louis Pennoch Hamilton. Three sons (one f 1913). 

Darrow, Elizabeth Tremper, 1901, 434 North 32nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1906, Mr. William Hamilton Laciar. 

Davis, Dorothy Livingston, 1913, 60 West 76th Street, New York City. 
Davis, Etta Lincoln, 1899, Waverley, Mass. 

Decorator, 1915-16. 

Davis, Jean Scobie, 1914, 11 Dominick Street, New York City. 

Social Worker in Varick House, New York City, 1915-16. 

Davis, Louise Dudley, 1897, 44 West 9th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1899, Dr. Henry Harlow Brooks. Two daughters (one f 1904). 

Davis, Lucia, 1902, Curtis Baj^, Md. 

Secretary of the Y. W. C. A., Baltimore, 1915-16. 

Davis, Sarah Ellen, 1903, 34 St. Nicholas Place, New York City. 

Daw, Elma, 1907, 150 West 104th Street, New York City. 

Day, Alice Hooker, 1902, 63 East 62nd Street, New York City. 

Recording Secretary, National Consumers' League, 1914-16, and Vice-President, New 

York Consumers' League, 1914-16. 
Married, 1909, Mr. Percy Jackson. 

Day, Dorothea, 1903, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Married, 1915, The Rev. Asa Dupuy Watkins. 

Day, Rosalie, 1913, CatskiU, N. Y. 

Student of Music, 1914-16. 

Dean, Elisa, 1900, 2406 Second Avenue, Altoona, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Dr. Joseph Dysart Findley. One son, two daughters. 

De Angelis, Annina, 1911, 11 Cottage Place, Utica, N. Y. 



26 Bachelors of Arts 

DEAPLiIO^"D, Elixor Maegaezt, 1S99, 

309 King William Street,, San Antonio, Tex. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Frank Kimmell Xeill. 

Deehs, Elsie, 1910, See page 9. 

Delaxo, CATHERrsT; Ltmax, 1911, 

31 ]SIassachussetts Avenue, Boston, ]Mass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Alexander Gait Grant. One son. 

Delako, Lauba, 1914, 1128 Sixteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Delaxo, Susax Adaais, 1907, Oj'ster Bav, Long Island, X. Y. 

Married, 1907, Mr. CharUn W. McKeliey. Two sonsr 

Demixg, Agathe, 1913, 509 Cathedral Parkwaj-. Xew York Citj'. 

Teacher of Home Economics, TVallcourt, Aurora, X. Y., 1915—16. 

Demixg, Coxsta^s'ce, 1910, 2310 Central Avenue, Augusta, Ga. 

^Married, 1914, Mr. Willard Lewis. One son. 

Deiuxg, Eleaxor, 1903, 113 South 38th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Domestic .Science and Dra-ning in Shady Hill, Countrj- Day School, German- 
town, Philadelphia, 191-5-16. 

Dexisox, Carla, 1905, 740 Emerson Street, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Henry Sican. Two daughters, one son. 

Dextsox, Elsa, 1910, BrAH ]\Iawr, Pa. 

Vohmteer Social "Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Dayton Voorhees. One daughter. 

Dessau, Exid, 1915, 555 Park Avenue, Xew York City. 

Student of Secretarial Work, 1915-16. 

Dessau, Florexce ZMaude, 1913,. . . .555 Park Avenue, Xew York City. 

Teacher of German, Mathematics and Athletics in Miss Howe and Miss Marot's School, 
Thompson, Conn., 191.5-16. 

Dewees, SrsAX Jax-x-ey, 1900, Haverford, Pa. 

Dietrich, Gertrude Elizabeth, 1903, Farmington, Conn. 

Volunteer .Social and Philanthrooic Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Herbert Knox Smith. 

DiLLix, Margaret Sldxer, 1909, See page 9. 

Dillixgham, Alice, 1901, Englewood, X. J. 

Lawyer, 190-5-16. 

Dimox, Abigail Camp, 1896, See page 9. 

DiTiiARS, Helex Stdxet, 1903, 

195 East Commerce Street, Bridgeton, X. J. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Millard Freeman Seirall. One daughter, two sons. 

DoDD, Haxxah Mabia, 1911, Lewes, Del. 

^Married, 1914, Mr. JVilliam Edward Thompson. One daughter. 

DoDD, Katharixe, 1914, IS Concord Avenue, Cambridge, ]Mass. 

Teacher in Miss Haskell's School, Boston, 1914-16. 

Dodge, Elln-qr, 1902, 81 Clark Street, Behnont, Mass. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 191-5-16. 

Doe, Julia Adrlexxe, 1909, 517 Juneau Place, ^Milwaukee, Wis. 

Teacher of English in the Lniversitv School for Girls, Chicago, 1915-16; Suffrage Worker, 
1914-16. 

Dogura, Masa, 1897, 350 Xishi Okubo, Tokj-o, Japan. 

^larried, 1899, Viscount Yasuga Uchida. 

Dohext, Mary Elizabeth, 1910, Box SO, Haverford, Pa. 

DoxALDSox, Elise, 1909, 1337 Mt. Roj-al Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Journalist, 1915-16. 



Bachelors of Arts 27 

Donnelly, Lucy Martin, 1893, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Professor of English, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-16, on leave of absence, 1915-16. 

DooLiTTLE, Margaret, 1911, See page 9. 

DooLiTTLE, Margaret Chloe. 1908, Gambier, O. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Misses' Kirk's School, Bryn ^lawr, Pa., 190.3-16. 
DORSEY, COIIFORT WORTHINGTON, 1907, 

70 Morningside Drive, New York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Arthur Henry Richardson. One son. 

Douglas, Grace, 1902, 1636 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Morris Leidy Johnston. One daughter. 

Dudley, Dorothy, 1904, 119 East Huron Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Henry Bhdgett Harvey. 

Dudley, Helen, 1909, 1545 Aster Street, Chicago, 111. 

Dudley, Helena Stuart, 1889, 

Denison House, 93 Tyler Street, Boston, Mass. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 

Duncan, Margaret Steel, 1908, 

709 West Springfield Avenue, L'rbana, 111. 

DuNGAN, Emily, 1902, 34 Delaware Street, Woodbury, N. J. 

Director of Music and Soloist in Kemble Memorial M. E. Church, Woodbury, N. J., 

1914-16. 
Married, 1903, Dr. George W. Moore, Jr. 

Dunham, Anna Mary, 1908, 922 Oak Street, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. John Rice Reilly. Two sons. 

Dunham, Ethel Collins, 1914, .. 1030 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 

Student, Johns Hopkins ZMedical School, 1914-16. 

DuRAND, Edith Pusey, 1906, 

506 Telfer Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Gilbert Beebe McColl. Two daughters. 

DuRAND, Mildred Pauline. 1909, Southampton, Pa. 

Du Val, Kate Isabel, 1903, 620 Hope Street, Bristol, R. I. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Henry Sullivan Pitts. One daughter. 

Dyer, Marg.uiet Brydie, 1898, Sulphur Springs, Mo. 

Earle, Doris, 1903, Stenton Avenue, Chestnut HiU, Philadelphia. 

Eastman, Elizabeth, 1903, . . . 134 Mt. Vernon Street, Winchester, Mass. 
EcoB, Eleanor, 1907, 743 Everett Street, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Harold Merriam Sawyer. 

EcoB, Katharine Gilbert, 1909, Flushing, Long Island, X. Y. 

Eddy, Olive Gates, 1906, 212 Market Street, Warren, Pa. 

Edgerton, Gladys, 1912 225 West 86th Street, New York City. 

On Editorial Staff of Centurj' Dictionary, 1912-16. 

Edwards, Edith, 1901, .St. James Hotel, Woonsocket, R I. 

Secretary-Treasurer, Ballou Family Association, 1914-16. 

Egan, May Margaret, 1911, The Lucerne, Kansas Citj^ Mo. 

Ehlers, Bertha Sophie, 1909, 3227 North 17th Street, Philadelphia. 

Warden, Radnor Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-16. 

Ehlers, Hermine 1904, 226 East 16th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the Friends' Seminary, New York City, 1906-16. 

Eichberg, Alice, 1911, 619 Oak Street, Cincinnati, O. 

Graduate Student, University of Cincinnati, 1915-16. 



28 Bachelors of Arts 

Elcock, Gektrude Marie, 1912, Glenside, Pa. 

Principal of the Misses Elcoek's School for Boys and Girls, Glenside, 1912-16. 

Elder, Grace A., 1897, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Tutor in IXIathematics, 1914-16. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Frederick A. Saunders. One son, one daughter. 

Elder, Louise R., 1889, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Eldredge, Adda, 1908, 317 High Street, Marquette, Mich. 

Student in the Law School, University of Chicago, 1913-16. 

Eldridge, Irene Stauefer, 1908, 

6605 North 7th Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1908-16. 

Elliot, Mtra, 1908, 1823 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Jacques Leonard Vauclain. One daughter, one son. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, 1901, See page 5. 

Ellis, Lillian Rauschere, 1906, 215 Perm Street, Burlington, N. J. 

Ellis, Mary French, 1895, . . . 2505 South Lambert Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Alathematics in the Gordon School, Philadelphia, 1913-16. 

Ellis, Sara Fkazer, 1904, 5716 Rippey Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Assistant Principal and Director of Out-door Department in Miss Shaw's School, Pitts- 
burgh, 1915-16. 

Elwood, Catherine Prescott, 1915, 

400 Ridge wood Avenue, Minneapohs, Minn. 

Ely, Katrina Brandes, 1897, 128 East 36th Street, New York City. 

Chairman of the Executive Committee of the New York Infirmary for Women and Chil- 
dren, 1908-16; President of College Equal Suffrage League of New York, 1913-16; Secre- 
tary of Local School Board, District 12, New York City, 191.3-16. 

Married, 1901, Afr. Charles Lewis Tiffany. 

Emerson, Helen, 1911,. . . .162 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 

President, College Equal Suffrage League of Rhode Island, 1915-16. 

EiiERSON, Ruth, 1893, Died, 1910. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Henry Martineau Fletcher. Two daughters. 

Emery, Anne Crosby, 1892, See page 5. 

Emery, Gertrude Canterbury, 1915, 

Care of J. E. Ames, 87 Chestnut Street, Boston, Mass. 

Emery, Sarah Lotta, 1900, 

Care of Bryn Ma^T Club, 137 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Charles Tarhell Dudley (f 1908). One son, one daughter. 

Emmons, Elizabeth Wales, 1901, No address. 

Sister Frances Elizabeth in an Episcopal Sisterhood. 

Erbsloh, Olga Helen Clara, 1915, 42 West 58th Street, New York City. 

Student, New York School of Philanthropy, 1915-16. 

Erismann, Pauline Adele Camille, 1900, 

1 Chemin de Miremont, Geneva, Switzerland. 

Red Cro.ss Worker, 1914-16. 

Evans, Katherine Mary, 1910, NicholasvUle, Ky. 

Teacher of Languages in the High School, Nicholas\-ille, 1913-15. 

Evans, Marion Annette, 1914, 117 West River Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Everett, Helen, 1915, 116 Governor Street, Providence, R. I. 

Fabian, Elizabeth Storrs, 1913, 6341 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, lU. 

Volunteer Worker in the Womens' Trade L^nion League, Chicago, 1914-16. 
jNIarried, 1915, Mr. Ronald Webster. 

Fabian, Mary Huntington, 1907, 1100 Oak Avenue, Evanston, lU. 

Student of Music, 1908-09. 



Bachelors of Arts 29 

Failing, Katharine Frederika, 1903,. . . .R. F. D. 3, Hood River, Ore. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Henry Clay Riiz. One son. 

Fairbank, Nathalie, 1905, 31 Scott Street, Chicago. 111. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Laird Bell. Two daughters. 

Falk, Zip Solomons, 1910, 

Apartment 42, The Mendota, Washington, D. C. 

Executive kSecretary, Consumers' League of the District of Columbia, 1916-16. 

FarieS; Elizabeth, 1912, .True Light Seminary, Canton, China. 

Teacher m the True Light Seminary, Canton, China, l9l3-16. 

Farnham, Lois Anna, 1900, See page 9. 

Farquhar, Dorothea, 1900, Cross Farm, Limenbiu-g, Mass. 

Volunteer Social Worker. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Frederick Cushing Cross. Three daughters. 

Farr, Clara E., 1896, 4603 Cedar Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-16. 

Farwell, Leslie, 1905, 147 Canton Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Edward Buffum Hill. One son, one daughter. 

Faulkner, Ellen, 1913, Keene, N. H. 

Science Teacher in Miss Low and Miss Heywood's School, Stamford, Conn., 1914-16. 

Fauvre, Madeline Maus, 1908, East Street, Hingham, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Thomas Linwood Wiles. 

Fay, Mart Ltjella, 1897, See page 9. 

Fell, Edith Newlin, 1900, .... The Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia. 

Nurse Instructor, Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Fendall, Mary Gertrude, 1912, 

141 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Ferguson, Mary Rodgers, 1907, 

Care of G. S. Ferguson Co., 15 North 7th Street, Philadelphia. 

Fetterman, Mary Gertrude, 1903, 

7047 Germantown Avenue, Mount Airy, Philadelphia. 

Field, Aristine, 1911, R. F. D., Spencerport, N. Y. 

Teacher of Music, 1915-16. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Martin Dodd. 

Fincke, Frances Amelia, 1898, . . . 142 East 65th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1902, Judge Learned Hand. Three daughters. 

FiscHEL, Edna, 1900, 4366 McPherson Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

First Vice-President of St. Louis Equal Suffrage League, 1914-16. 
Married, 1903, Dr. Oeorge Gellhorn. Three sons, one daughter. 

Fleischmann, Louise, 1906, 

Verona Apartment, 32 East 64th Street, New York City. 

Fleisher, Eleanor Louie, 1903, 1715 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1908, Dr. David Riesman. Two sons. 

Fleisher, Madeleine Wolf, 1914, 15 East 10th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1915, Mr. James Stanley Wolf. 

Fleming, May Augusta, 1907, 544 West 157th Street, New York City. 

Assistant Educational Secretary, S. V. Movement, 1910-16. 

Fletcher, Katherine Sila, 1902, 37 Canfield Avenue East, Detroit, Mich. 
Flexner, Mary, 1895, 209 East Chestnut Street, Chicago, 111. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1911-16. 

Flickinger, Alice, 1906, See page 9. 

FocHT, Mildred, 1904, 526 West 114th Street, New York City. 



30 Bachelors of Arts 

Foley, Louise, 1908, 468 Ashland Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Frederick Fineriy. 

FoLLANSBEE, BLANCHE Davis, 1894, Stockbridge, Mass. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Brown Caldivcll. One son, one daughter. 

FoLLANFBEE, EuNicE Dana, 1903, 1412 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William Brown Hale. One son. 

FoLLANSBEE. SusAN Davis, 1897, 1637 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, ]899, Mr. William Gold Hibhard, Jr. 

FoRSTEK, Dorothy, 1907, 114 East 84th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Rutger Bleecker Miller. One son. 

FoRSTER, Emma, 1911,. . . .2631 Fillmore Street, Bridesburg, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the High School, Matawan, N. J., 1913-16. 

FoRSTER, Sophie Katharine, 1914, 

2631 Fillmore Street, Bridesburg, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the High School, Mifflinburg, Pa., 1914-16, and Assistant 
Principal, 1915-16. 

Foster, Dorothy, 1904, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Instructor in English Literature, Mt. Holyoke College, 1906-07, 1908-16. 

Foster, Elizabeth Andros, 1908, See page 9. 

Foster, Isabel, 1915, 26 Middle Street, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Student in the School of Journalism, Columbia University, 1915-16. 

Foster, Mabel, 1907, 26 Jones Street, New York City. 

Settlement Worker, Greenwich House, New York, 1911-16. 
Married, 1913, Mr. William Spinney. 

FouLKE, Caroline Reeves, 1896, Hull House, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1910, Dr. John Francis Urie. One daughter. 

FouLKE, Mary Taylor Reeves, 1899,. . . .719 Rush Street, Chicago, 111. 

Recording Secretary of the National Woman's Suffrage Association, 1915-16. 
Married, 1900, Mr. James William Morrison. Three sons, one daughter. 

Fowler, Eugenia, 1901, See page 9. 

Fowler, Katharine, 1906, 142 East 27th Street, New York City. 

Registrar, New York School of Philanthropy, 1913-16. 

Fowler, Laura, 1901, Plaza Apartments, Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Fowler, Susan, 1895 420 West 118th Street, New York City. 

Head Teacher of Greek and Latin in the Brearloy School, New York City, 1913-16. 

Frace, May, 1904, Clinton, N. J. 

Francis, Clara Jane, 1913, Elm Street, Martins Ferry, O. 

Married, 1915, Mr. James Arthur Dickson. 

Frank, Myra B. Faith, 1900, 65 Naples Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1900, Dr. Milton J. Rosenau. Two sons (one f 1901), one daughter. 

Franklin, Margaret Ladd, 1908, 

527 Cathedral Parkway, New York City. 

Book Reviewer and Translator, 1908-16. 

Franklin, Susan Braley, 1889, See page 5. 

Free, Margaret Louise, 1915, 

355 South Rebecca Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Assistant in Psychology, in the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, 1915-16. 

Freer, Eleanor, 1915, 1420 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

Frehafer, Mabel Katherine, 1908, 219 Lathrop Street, Madison, Wis. 

Assistant in Physics and Graduate Student, Universitj' of Wisconsin, 1914-16. 

French, Augusta Graham, 1907, Louisville, Ky. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Tom Wallace. 



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Friend, Margaret Alice, 1911, 424 Kane Place, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Fries, Emma Riddell, 1904, 1350 Orthodox Street, Philadelphia. 

Member of the Board of Visitors of the Episcopal Hospital of Philadelphia, 1906-16. 

Fronheiser, Mary Dorothy, 1899, 

1605 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Philip Taliaferro Meredith. One daughter, one son. 

Frost, Mary Gertrude, 1897, 19 Yale Street, Winchester, Mass. 

Married, 1905, The Rev. William Satterlee Packer. One son, three daughters. 

Fry, Anna Delany, 1899,. . .The Ludlow, Copley Square, Boston, Mass. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 

FxjLTON, Louise Oliphant, 1893, 3420 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Frank Thomson Gucker. Three sons (one f 1899), two daughters. 

FuNKHOusER, Elsie Lush, 1911, 401 South 40th Street, Omaha, Neb. 

Secretary to the Superintendent of Schools, Wellesiey, Mass., 1915-16. 

FuRMAN, Rosalie Allan, 1895, . . . .232 Walnut Avenue, Cranford, N. J. 

Married, 1911, Mr. D. C. Newman Collins. One son. 

FuRNESS, Ruth Wadsworth, 1896, 

1085 Sheridan Road, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Married, 1898, Mr. James Foster Porter. One daughter, four sons. 

Fyfe, Florence Marjorie, 1915, 

2001 Orrington Avenue, Evanston, 111. Summer: 642 Maple Street. 
Winnetka, 111. 

Graduate Student in Mathematirs, Northwestern University, 1915-16. 

Gale, Eleanors Edwards, 1914, 

309 West 74th Street, New York City. Summer: 14 Sagamore Road, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Student of the Montessori Method, 191.5-16. 

Galt, Caroline Morris, 1897, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of Archaeology, Mt. Holyoke College, 1913-16. 

Gannett, Alice Peirson, 1898, 

Care of Children's Bureau, Washington, D. C. 

Special Agent, Children's Bureau, 1915-16. 

Gardner, Evelyn Dunn, 1908, 508 Thirteenth Street, Pacific Grove, Cal. 

Teacher of Latin, French and Spanish in the High School, Pacific Grove, 1913-16. 

Gardner, Julia Anna, 1905, See page 9. 

Garretson, Alice Eleanora, 1890, Haywards, Cal. 

Garrett, Christina Hallowell, 1903, 

Care of Baring Bros., 8 Bishopsgate, London, England. 

Garrett, Ida Mercette, 1906, ...12 Norwood Street, Winchester, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. J . Prentice Murphy. One son. 

Gayler, Ruth Hamilton, 1911, 105 Fisher Avenue, White Plains, N. Y. 
Gendell, Annie Ashbrook, 1907,. .835 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the WilUam Penn High School for Girls, Philadelphia, 1909-16. 

VON Gerber, Wilhelmina Georgina Marie, 1903, Died, 1914. 

Gerhard, Alice Hill, 1907, 522 West James Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Teacher of French and English in the Girls' High School, Lancaster, 1910-16. 

Gerhard, Elizabeth Hill, 1904, See page 9. 

GiBB, Leonora Walton, 1901, 

York Road and 71st Avenue, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, The Rev. William Gray Jones. 



32 Bachelors of Arts 

GiBsox, LoriSE Isabel, 1913, 1120 Xorth 11th Street, Birmingham, Ala. 

Teacti-g, 1915-16. 

GiTFOED, Floea Sawtze, 1903, 4A: ^Marion Street, Brookhne, IMass. 

Teacher of Latin and German, Tougaloo College, Miss., 1912-16. 

GiGxo"ux, Elsie Messexgee, 1902, Great Neck, Long Island, X. Y. 

Member of Board of Education, Great Neck, 1912-16. 

Gii^s, Ellex Rose, 1896, See page 9. 

GUlLIXDEe, Agxes, 1904, 4837 Pulaski Avenue, G^rmantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. John Thompson Carson. Two daughters. 

GiLEOT, HJELEX TtTENBiJUJ, 1909, See page 9. 

GiLEOT, Jessie Jay, 1909, 40 Gray Avenue, Webster Groves, ^lo. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edward Ticichell Hall, One son, one daughter. 

GiEDWooD, Ethel ^Mathe^s, 1903, 

721 Euclid Avenue, Ptoland Park, Baltimore, ^Id. 

^Married, 1910, Dr. George Peirce. Two sons. 

GiTHEXs, Maet Ubxe, 1898, 327 South 16th Street, Philadelphia. 

Vohmteer Church and Social Worker, 1914-16. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Alan Cahert. Two sons, two daughters. 

GiiEiM, Maet Agxtes, 1897, See page 9. 

Gi/ENif, Floeexce Maetha., 1912, 561 Park Avenue, Johnstown, Pa. 

Teacher of German in the High School, Johnstown, 1914-16. 

Glex^ Rttth, 1915, 561 Park Avenue, Jolmstown, Pa. 

Substitute Teacher of English and German in the High School, Johnstown, 1915-16. 

GoFF, Ethel Petheebeidge, 1903, Brj-n ^Mawr, Pa. 

GoFF, Geeteude Alice, 1898, Brj-n ^lawr. Pa. 

GoFF, Le.ih, 1SS9, See page 9. 

GoFFE, AIildeed ViEGrxiA, 1904, 157 East 81st Street, Xew York City. 

Lawj-er, 1912-14. 

jNIarried, 1913, Mr. Friend Hoar. One daughter. 

GoLDMAX, Agx-es, 1909, 132 East 70th Street, Xew York City. 

Special .Student, Cornell Medical School, New York City, 1914-15. 

Goldman, Beetha, 1901, 1 rue Delambre, Paris, France. 

IMarried, 1907, Mr. Bernhard Guimann. One daughter. 

GoLDMAX, Hetty, 1903, 132 East 70th Street, Xew York City. 

Graduate Student, Eadcliffe College, 191-5-16. 

Gold A T A RK, Josephixe Claea, 1898, 

270 West 94th Street, Xew York City. 

Member of Committee on Newsboj's, New York Child Labor Committee, 1904-16; Pub- 
lication Secretarj', >;ational Consumer's League, 1903-16. 

GoLDilAEK, PaTLIXE DOROTHEA, 1896, 

270 West 94th Street, Xew York City. 

Member of the Legislative Committee of the New York Child Labor Committee, 1904- 
05, and Director, 1905—16; Research Secretary, National Consumers' League; Member 
of Governing Board of New York Consumers' League; Member of Ad\-isory Council 
of New York City Health Department, 1915-16. 

Goldsmith, Cecile Adler, 1913, 2308 Xorth Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Tutor in French and German, 1914—16. 

Goldsmith, Sasah Sanson, 1908, 1932 Xorth 19th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the High School, Wilkinsburg, Pa., 191.3-15. 

Goodale, Catharine Warren, 1910, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. 

Married, 1912, Lieutenant Rawson Warren, U. S. A. 



Bachelors of Arts 33 

GooDALL, Winifred, 1914, 

2905 Vernon Place, Mount Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

Teacher of English and History in Miss Kendrick's School, Cincinnati, 1915-16. 

GooDELL, Edith, 1904, 233 Twenty-fourth Street, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Married, 1905, Mr. John Gregsoii, Jr. One daughter. 

GooDHXJE, Mary Brooks, 1915, 

639 Church Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the High School, Lunenburg, Mass., 1915-16. 

Goodrich, Elizabeth, 1905, ........ 1035 East 45th Street, Chicago, III. 

Member of Chicago Little Theatre Company, 1913-15. 
Married, 191,3, Mr. Charles Colehy Reckitt. 

Goodwin, Mart Merrick, 1909, See page 9. 

Gould, Alice Bache, 1889, Care of Baring Brothers, London, England. 

GowEN, Emeline, 1890, 

Care of Mr. Francis I. Gowen, 1112 Girard Trust Bldg., Philadelphia. 

Graves, Ellen, 1907, 1056 Beacon Street, BrookJine, Mass. 

Gray, Elizabeth Delano, 1898, 105 Leighton Street, Lynn, Mass. 

Illustrator of Scientific Text Books, 1905-16. 

Greeley, Helen Ridenoxjr, 1908, 4833 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Allen Riissel. 

Greely, Adola, 1904, St. Paul's Rectory, WiUimantic, Conn. 

Married, 1906, The Rev. Charles Lawrence Adams. One son. 

Green, Anna Bright, 1896, Frostburg, Md. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Roherdeau Annan. One daughter, one son. 

Greene, Cornelia Bonnell, 1897, 

279 Tulpehocken Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Paul King. One son. 

Gribi, Marguerite, 1904, Lake Bluff, lU. 

Artist, 191.3-15. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Otio August Kreut^berg. One daughter. 

Griffith, Cornelia Jeannette, 1908, 

Goodfellowship Club House, Vassar CoUege, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Director, Goodfellowship Club House, Vassar College, 1914-16. 

Griffith, Elizabeth Mingus, 1900, 

939 St. Marks Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A.=sociate Principal in Miss Church's School, Boston, Mass., 1909-16; on leave of absence 
and Graduate Student, School of Pedagogy, New York Univeisity, 1915-16. 

Griffith, Helen, 1905, 1307 Fourth Avenue South, Minneapohs, Minn. 

Instructor in English, Mt. Holyoke College, 1912-16. 

Grossmann, Bella Mira, 1896, 27 Astor Street, Boston, Mass. 

In charge of French and German Deoartment Weltmann Conservatory of Music, Maiden, 
Mass., 1914-16, and Translator, 1915-16. 

Grotevent, Kathryn Ellen, 1905, 

245 West Chelten Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German in the Girls' High School, Germantown, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Guffey, Mary Emma, 1899, 49 South Highland Avenue, Aurora, 111. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Carroll Miller. Four sons. 

Guilford, Elizabeth Gleim, 1898, 4 EUsworth Terrace, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

President, Vi^estcrn Pennsylvania Association of Women Workers, 1915-16. 
Married, 1910, Mr. John Lind.say Prestley. 

Haas, Anna Maria, 1898, 41 East Orange Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Hacker, Emma Lydia, 1893, R. F. D. 2, W^estbrook, Me. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Arthur Herbert Norton. 



34 Bachelors of Arts 

Haenssler, Mildred, 1914, R. R. 4, Fayette, Mo. 

Principal of the High School, Ashland, Mo., 191.5-16. 

Hahn, Dorothy Aj^na, 1899, 409 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Mount Holyoke College, 1914-16; on leave of absence. 
Graduate Student in Chemistry, Yale University; Currier Fellow, Yale University and 
Anna C. Brackett Fellow of the Association of CoUegiate Alumnje, 1915-16. 

Haines, Anna Jones, 1907, Moorestown, N. J. 

Inspector in Division of Housing and Sanitation, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Haines, Gladys Priscilla, 1907, 141 Main Street, West Haven, Conn. 

Head of German Department in the High School, Meriden, Conn., 1913-15. 

Haines, Helen Eayre, 1896, Vincentown, N. J. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Henry B. Greenino. 

Haines, Jane Bowne, 1891, See page 9. 

Haines, Julia Loring, 1912,. . . .228 East 13th Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Haines, Marion Hartshorne, 1902, 

East Haines Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Samuel Emlen, Jr. One son, three daughters. 

Haines, Mary Troth, 1914, .... 123 Cluster Avenue, Moorestown, N. J. 

Visitor, Children's Aid Society of Pennsylvania, 1914-16. 

Hall, Annette Louise, 1895, 

6809 Cresheim Road, Germanto^Ti, Philadelphia. 

:Married, 1900, Mr. Howard Magill Phillips. 

Hall, Edith Rockwell, 1893,. . . .227 East 18th Street, New York City. 

Student, School of Philanthropy, 1915-16. 

Hall, Margaret, 1899, 120 East 31st Street, New York City. 

Hall, Margaret Goodman, 1905, 

1415 North Lang Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1915-16. 

Halpen, Sara Marion, 1913, 3318 North 17th Street, Philadelphia. 

Halsey, Cornelia Van Wyck, 1900, 31 Boyken Street, Morristown, N. J. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1904-16; President of Bryn Mawr College Alumnse Associa- 
tion, 1914-16. 
Married, 1903, Mr. Fiederic Rogers Kellogg. One daughter, two sons. 

Hamilton, Amy Gordon, 1914, 

10 Pelham Place, Colorado Springs, Colo. Summer: Tenafly, N. J. 

Hamilton, Edith, 1894, See page 9. 

Hamilton, Margaret, 1897, 1312 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of Science, Bryn ^Iaw•r School, Baltimore, Md., 1900-11, and Head of Primary 
Department, 1910-16. 

Hammer, Christint; Potts, 1912, 715 High Street, Pottstown, Pa. 

Graduate Scholar in English, Cornell Universitj', 1915-16. 

Hammond, Alice Bradford, 1898, Torrance, Cal. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in the High School, New Haven, Conn., 1905-16; on leave of 
absence, 1915-16. 

Hann, Anna Thompson, 1907, Address unknown. 

Harbeson, Lynda Myra, 1903, 

132 West Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Hardon, Anne Frances, 1915, . . .315 West 71st Street, New York City. 

Hardy, Cora, 1899, 105 East 19th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Edwin Seton Jarrett. Two sons. 



Bachelors of Arts 35 

Harlan, Anna Elizabeth, 1909, . . . 357 Chestnut Street, Coatesville, Pa. 

Volunteer Sooial and Church Worker, 1909-16. 

Harlan, Mary Monroe, 1915, Bel Air, Md. 

Assistant Instructor in Mathematics, Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1915-16. 

Harley, Katharine Venai, 1908, .Devon, Pa. 

Harper, Ethel, 1907, 58 East 55th Street, New York City. 

Harrington, Caroline Elizabeth, 1906, 5 Ash Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Arthur Hendricks Brooks. One son. 

Harris, Elizabeth, 1890, See page 9. 

Harris, Frances Brodhead, 1893, 

The Oak B,oad, Station Z, Philadelphia. 

Married, 189.5, Mr. Reynolds Driver Brown. Two sons (one f 1S99), one daughter. 

Harris, Madeline Vaughan, 1895, 

"Clover Hill," Township Line and Manheim Streets, Germantown, 
Philadelphia. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Henry Ingersoll Brown. Two sons, one daughter (f 1911). 

Harris, Mary, 1895, .... 6335 Greene Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1897-1916. 

Hartman, Gertrude, 1905, The College Inn, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Director of the Merion Country Day School, 1915-16. 

Hartshorne, Anna, 1912, Westtown, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Carroll Thornton Brown. 

Hatton, Florence Gage, 1915, 47 Miami Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Instructor in English Composition, Columbus School for Girls, 1915-16. 

Haughwout, Helen Preston, 1906, 91 Spooner Road, Brookhne, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Mr. William Edxoard Putnam, Jr. Ihree sons (one f 1912, one f 1914). 

Havemeyer, Adeline, 1905, 1 East 66th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. 

Hawkins, Alice Martin, 1907, 

518 Manheim Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Haydock, Louisa Low, 1913, 242 Canton Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

Proctor and Tutor, The Winsor School, Boston, Mass., 1914-15. 

Haynes, Mabel Stevens, 1898, 

Care of Anglo-Austrian Bank, I Strauchgasse 1, Vienna, Austria. 

Married, 1907, Major Konrad Heissig (t 1912). One son, two daughters. Married, 1913, 
Lieutenant Rudolf Leick. 

Head, Harriet Frazier, 1891, 

408 West Chelten Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Healy, Josephine, 1910, 61 North Franklin Street, Pottstown, Pa. 

Hearne, Alice, 1913, Wayne, Pa. 

Instructor in Athletics and in Junior Department in Miss Hebbs's School, Wilmington, 
Del., 1914-16. 

Hearne, .Antoinette Claypoole, 1909, 

125 West Lancaster Avenue, Wa5me, Pa. 

Teacher of English and Latin in Miss Beard's School, Orange, N. J., 1910-16. 

Hearne, Frances Hale, 1910, Glendale, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Robert Bowen Brown. One daughter, one son. 

Hecht, Blanche, 1907, Address unknown. 

Hedges, Miriam Margaret, 1910, . . . 138 Bartley Avenue, Mansfield, O. 
Heffern, Anna Constance, 1912, St. Thomas' Rectory, Whitemarsh, Pa. 

Married, 1913, The Rev. Nathanael Babcock Groton. 



36 Bachelors of Arts 

"Helburn, Theresa, 1908, 425 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Ijecturer on Drama and Poetry and Private Tutor in English, 1915-16. 

Hemphill, Jeannette, 1904,. . . .117 Bentley Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Charles Bolle. One daughter. 

Henderson, Helen Hamilton Leiper, 1911, 

164 Washington Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Hendrickson, Amanda, 1903,. . . .66 Avenue Victor Hugo, Paris, France. 

Married, 1911, Marchess Cesare G. Molinari d'Incisa. 

Henry, Elisabeth Prentiss, 1905, 142 East 27th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Mansfield Redfield. 

Henry, Jessie Kellogg, 1903, 3413 Baring Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1905-16. 

Heritage, Gertrude Langden, 1896, See page 9. 

Herr, Etta, 1898, 108 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Hbrr, Mary Emma, 1909, Ill East 56th Street, New York City. 

Librarian and Assistant to Miss Dean, Brearley School, New York City, 1914-16. 

Herrick, Clara Martha, 1905, 165 Broadway, New York City. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Arthur Harejneyer. One daughter. 

Hewitt, Jessie Germain, 1906, . . 2241 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, Cal. 

Teacher of English in Miss Ransom and Miss Bridges' School, Piedmont, Cal., 1910-16. 

Heyl, Friedrika Margretha, 1899, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

HiBBEN, Elizabeth Grier, 1910, ... 19 Cleveland Lane, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Robert Maxwell Scooti. 

Hickman, Marian Margaret, 1903, 11 rue Scribe, Paris, France. 

HiGGiNSON, Mary Hamot, 1911, Died, 1913. 

Hill, Abby Gertrude, 1907, 198 Park Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Hill, Mary Dayton, 1896, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Gerard Swope. Four sons, one daughter. 

Hill, Virginia Greer, 1907, 3417 Race Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Julian Alexander. 

HiLLES, Margaret Hill, 1893, 8 Oak Way, Hartsdale, N. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Joseph Esrey Johnson, Jr. One son. 

Hills, Evelyn Agnes, 1900, 

362 East Washington Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Married, 1907, Mr. William Enright Davenport. One son, one daughter. 

Hinrichs, Gertrude Mary, 1913, . .78 Douglas Road, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Teacher jn the Misses Hebbs's School, Wilmington, Del., 1914-16. 

Hobart, Margaret Jefferys, 1911, 

35 Washington Square West, New York City. Permanent: Som- 
mariva, Easthampton, Long Island, N. Y. 

Assistant to the Educational Secretary of the Episcopal Board of Missions, 1911-16. 

HoBsoN, Martha Barbour, 1914, 1 Chalmei's Place, Chicago, lU. 

Hodge, Helen Henry, 1900, See page 9. 

Hoffman, Margery Elizabeth, 1911, 705 Davis Street, Portland, Ore. 

Student, Portland Art School, Portland, 1914-16. 

HoLDEN, Charlotte, 1903,. ..... .121 Linden Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1908, Professor George iiamuel Jamieson. One daughter. 

HoLLiDAY, Evelyn Macfarlane, 1904, 1622 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Wallace Patterson. One daughter, one son. 



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HoLLiDAY, ^.uciA Shaw, 1901,. . .3823 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1006, Mr. Norman Macbeth. Three sons. 

HoLLiDAY, Maey Early, 1909, 

1121 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

HoLLiNGSwoRTH, LoTjiSA Walker, 1915, 1085 Prince Avenue, Athens, Ga. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the Lucy Cobb Institute, Athens, 191.5-16. 

Holmes, Maud Wislizenus, 1915, 5514 Cabanne Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Head of Department of Mathem^atics and Science, Grafton Hall, Fond du Lac, Wis., 
191.5-16. 

Hood, Alice Watkins, 1898, 1231 Xorth Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Hooper, Ethel Eugenie, 1899, 7 Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1911, Dr. Marlin Russ Edv-ards. Two daughters. 

Hopkins, Elizabeth Frances, 1893, Thomasville, Ga. 

Hopkins, Helen Rolfe, 1894, 10 Hillside, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Hunt Reynold.'^ Mayo Thorn. Three daughters. 

•Hopkins, Mary Delia, 1896, See page 9. 

Hopkinson, Ruth Warren, 1915, .... 14720 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, O. 

Hornberger, Agnes Warren, 1915, 

5413 Stanton Avenue, E. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Horner, Brita L.4jisena, 1907, 102 A Morgan Street, Weehawken, N. J. 

Teacher of Latin in the High SchooL Union, N. J., 191.3-16. 

HosHiNo, Ai, 1912, 16 Goban Cho, Kojimachi, Tokj^o, Japan. 

Houghteling, Leila, 1911, 850 Lincoln Parkway, Chicago, 111. 

Worker in Bureau of Public Welfare, 1914-16. 

Houghton, Edith, 1900, 

Cliffhurst, Mt. Washington, Baltimore County, Md. 

Suffrage Worker, 1910-1.5. 

Married, 190-5, Dr. Donald Russell Hooker. Two sons. 

Houghton, Katharine Martha, 1900, See page 10. 

Houghton, Marion, 1906, 520 Seminole Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Suffrage Worker, 191-l-lo. 

Married, 1911, Mr. sStevens Thomson Mason. One daughter. 

Houston, Julia Taylor, 1912, Court House, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1913-15. 

Howard, Jeannie Colston, 1901, 

514 West Frederick Street, Staunton, Va. 

Principal of Stuart Hall, Staunton, Va., 1915-16. 

Howard, Julia McHenry, 1909, 901 St. Paul Street, Baltunore, Md. 

Teacher of History in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 191-5-16. 

Howell, Helen Armstrong, 1904, 115 West 64th Street, New York City. 

Volunteer Worker for Hospitals, 1914-16. 
Married, 1907, Dr. Jofin Joseph Moorhead. 

Howell, Janet Tucker, 1910, 232 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Sarah Berliner Research Fellow and Research Worker, Mt. Wilson Solar Observatory, 
Pasadena, Cal., 1915-16. 

Howell, Kathrine Leonard, 1906, 3307 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1906-16. 

HowsoN, Agnes, 1897, 122 Beech Tree Lane, Wayne, Pa. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Rufus Waples, Jr. Two daughters. 

HowsoN, Beatrice, 1912, 109 North 34th Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Secretary, 1912-16. 



38 Bachelors of Arts 

HowsoN, Emily Elizabeth, 1910, .See page 10. 

HoYT, Floeence Stevens, 1898, 609 Lennox Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of English in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1903-16. 

HoYT, Helen Strong, 1896, See page 10. 

HoYT, Mary Eloise, 1893, Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of English in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1S95-1916. 

Hubbard, Frances Johnson, 1905, Houghton, Mich. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Robert Joseph Flaherty. 

Htjbbard, Ruth, 1915, 17 Trinity Place, Montclatr, N. J. 

Teacher of Latin in the Misses Allen School, West A'ewton, Mass., 1915-16. 

Hubbard, Sibyl Emma, 1899, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Herbert Seymour Darlington. One son, one daughter. 

Hudson, Margaret Elizabeth, 1909, 

2111 West Berks Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and French in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1915, 1915-16. 

Hughes, Mary Dorothy, 1914, 406 Hay Street, WUkinsburg, Pa. 

Assistant Registrar, Aiargaret Morrison Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1914-16. 

HuLBURD, Ethel, 1903, 79 Cedar Street, Chicago, lU. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Hugh McBirney Johnston. Two sons, two daughters. 

Hull, Katharine Dent, 1903, 916 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Humphrey, Alice Robbins, 1915, 420 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Studying Portrait Painting, The Art League, Kew York City, 1915-16. 

Hunt, Evelyn, 1898, Care of Thomas Cook & Sons, Florence, Italy. 

Travelling in Italy, lOi.5-16. 

Hunt, Frances Elizabeth, 1893, 1015 Gibson Street, Scranton, Pa. 

Huntington, Katharine, 1914, 

617 West 113th Street, New York City. Permanent: Princeton, N. J. 

Student of Music, New York City, 1915-16. 

Hutchin, Elizabeth Ferguson, 1901, 

414 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Instructor in Psychology in the Girls' Normal School, Philadelphia, 1903-16. 

HuTCHiNS, Grace, 1907, 166 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Principal of St. Hilda's School, Wuchang, China, 1915-16. 

Hutchinson, Mabel, 1889,. . . .523 South Painter Avenue, Whittier, Cal. 

Professor of German, Whittier College, 1910-15. 
Married, 1891, Mr. J. Henry Douglax, Jr. Two sons. 

Hyman, Louise, 625 East Mitchell Avenue, Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Julian A. Pollak. One daughter. 

Ingham, Mary Hall, 1903, 333 South 16th Street. Philadelphia. 

Investment Manager of Women's Department of William P. Bonbright & Co., Vice-Presi- 
dent of the Equal Franchise Society of Philadelphia, 1915-16, and Secretary of Progres- 
sive League, 1914-16. 

Irey, Helen Chrisman, 1910, 608 South High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Latin in the Friends' Select School, Media, Pa., 1914-16. 

Irish, Florence Catherine, 1914, 

813 West Main Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Graduate Student in History, Bryn IMawr College, 1915-16. 

Irvin, Helen Walkley, 1915, 1702 Park Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of English and Greek in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1915-16. 

Irvine, Mary Agnes, 1910, 216 Elysian Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Assistant Secretary in Miss Madeira's School, Washington, D. C, 1915-16. 

Irwin, Agnes Miller, 1910, 830 South 48th Street, Philadelphia. 



Bachelors of Arts 39 

Irwin, Marian, 1913, 53 Garden Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Graduate Student in Zoology, Radcliffe College, 1915-16. 

Irwin, Martha Elizabeth, 1900,. . .Princeton Avenue, Princeton, N. J. 
Ivory, Elizabeth ScHoriELD, 1915, Claymont, Del. 

Married, Mr. P. Van Eman Ivory. 

Jackson, Anne Warren, 1908, Gwynedd, Pa. 

Married, 1914, The Rer. Benjamin Newcomer Bird. One son. 

Jackson, Eugenia Louise, 1914, ..25 Chauncy Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Arthur Coleman Carney. 

Jackson, Helen Hale, 1905, 629 Frances Street, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Frederic L. Paxson. Two daughters. 

Jacobs, Sarah, 1909, 217 South Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin, English and History in the Seller School, Harrisburg, 1909-16. 

James, Catherine Alma, 1900, 319 North 6th Street, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Teacher of French in the Wiley and Garfield High Schools, Terre Haute, 1915-16. 

James, Eleanor, 1902, St. Paul's Rectory, Englewood, N. J. 

Head of Latin Department in the Rye Seminary, Rye, N. Y., 1911-16. 

James, Lillie, 1910, 

905 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington, Del. Summer: 3426 North 21st 
Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English and German, Friends' School, Wilmington, Del., 1915-16. 

James. Mary Denver, 1895, Died, 1910. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Arthur Sullicant Hoffman. One son. 

James, Mary Latimer, 1904, 

American Chiu-ch Mission, Wuchang, Hupei Province, China. 

Superintendent of Women's Department of the Church General Hospital in Wuchang, 
1915-16. 

James, Rosalie Telfair, 1903, 

Bryn Mawr Club, 137 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Instructor in French, Hunter College of the City of New York, 1908-11, 1912-15; on leave 
of absence, 1914-16. 

Janney, Marianna, 1895, Box 96, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of English in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, 1910-12, and Head of Depart- 
ment, 1912-16. 

Jaynes, Alice Dickson, 1905, ... .34 EdgehiU Road, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Leonard Sanford Tyler. 

Jefpers, Evetta Tupper, 1900, 210 South Duke Street, York, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1915-16. 

Jeffers, Mary, 1895, See page 10. 

Jenkins, Martha Babocck, 1902, 

209 Livingston Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Harry Ward Foote. Two sons, one daughter. 

Jewett, Mary Warren, 1896, Moravia, N. Y. 

President of the Board of Trustees, the Powers Library, Moravia, 1914-16. 

Johnson, Miriam Leigh, 1905 See page 10. 

Johnston, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1912, See page 10. 

Jonas, Anna Isabel, 1904, See page 6. 

Jones, Alice, 1897, Giverny par Vernon, Eure, France. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Frederick MacMonnies. 

Jones, Dorothy May, 1908, 138 South Main Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Teacher of German, Algebra and Phy-siographj- in the Technical High School, Scranton, 
1913-16. 



40 Bachelors of Arts 

Jones, Eleanor Hooper, 1901, 455 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Treasurer of Boston Y. W. C. A., 1914-16. 

Jones, Elsie Parry, 1906, 1445 Webster Street, New Orleans, La. 

Settlement Worker, 1014-15. 

Jones, Gladys, 1913, '. Hazleton, Pa. 

Jones, Grace Latimer, 1900, See page 10. 

Jones, Helen Elizabeth, 1906, 138 South Main Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in the Central High School, Scranton, 1908-16. 

Jones, Josephine Margharetta, 1905, 

2720 North 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Jones, Margaret Sparhawk, 1908, 

16 West Hamilton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 191.3, Mr. Bayard Turnbull. 

Jones, Ruth Lovering, 1905, Station B, R. F. D. 7, Columbus, O. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Clarence Dean Huddleson. One daughter. 

Jurist, Helen Stieglitz, 1909, ' . . . . See page 10. 

Justice, Caroline Letchworth, 1911, 

616 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Teacher in the "Open Air School," Wayne, Pa., 1914-16. 

Justice, Mildred Lewis, 1915, Narberth, Pa. 

Graduate Scholar in Education, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Katzenstein, Josephine, 1906., 4727 Hazel Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1913-16. 

Kawai, Michi, 1904, 

National Training School of Y. W. C. A., 135 East 52nd Street, New 
York City. Summer: 16 Gobancho, Kojimachi, Tokio, Japan. 

Teacher in Miss Tsuda's School, Tokio, 1904-15, and National Secretary of the Y. W. C. A. 
of Japan, 1912-16. 

Keay, Frances Anne, 1899, The Headlands, Painesville, O. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Thomas P. Ballard. Two sons. 

Keen, Dora, 1896, 1729 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Writer and Lecturer on South America, The Alps and Alaska, 1912-16; F. R. G. S., 1914. 

Keiller, Mabel Matthewson, 1908, See page 10. 

Keiller, Violet Hannah, 1910, 1209 C Street, Galveston, Tex. 

Instructor in Surgical Pathology, University of Texas, 191.5-16; General Practitioner, 
1915-16. 

IvELLER, Marie Ottilie, 1915, 2313 Green Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English and German in the North East High School for Girls, Philadelphia, 
1915-16. 

Kelley, Annette Maria, 1906, 329 Galena Boulevard, Aurora, lU. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Frank Swan Howard. Two sons. 

Kelley, Katharine Mildred, 1910,. . .1816 Wilton Road, Cleveland, O. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Reed Taylor. 

Kelley, Olive Minard, 1909, Radnor, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. George Craig Craig. One daughter. 

Kellum, Margaret Dutton, 1892, 

163 Joralemon Street, Brookljrn, N. Y. 

Law Librarian, 1909-15. 

Kelly, Olga Elisabeth Bredow, 1914, 

1406 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Kempton, HJELEN Payson, 1905, 26 Seventh Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

General Secretary, New Bedford Charity Organization Society, 1914-16. 



Bachelors of Arts 41 

Kennedy, Laura Elizabeth, 1913, Rupert, Vt. 

Teacher, 1913-16. 

Kenyon, Adrienne, 1915, 322 West 100th Street, New York City. 

Kerr, Jeanne Benedict, 1910,. . . .32 East 64th Street, New York City. 

Student, New York University Law School, 1913-16, University Prize" Scholar, 1915-lG. 

Kerr, Katharine, 1907, 40 West 11th Street, New York City. 

Superintendent Nurse, National Hospital Bureau, 1915-lG. 

Kidder, Anne Maynard, 1903, 411 West 114th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1904, Professor Edmund Be.echer Wilso7i. One daughter. 

Kieffer, Josephine Berry, 1902,. .249 Charlotte Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Charles Steinman Foltz. One son, one daughter (t 1907). 

Kilpatrick, Mary Grace, 1900, . . . 1027 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

King, Anna, 1908, 

Stuart Club, 102 Fenway, Boston, Mass. Summer: Woodstock, Vt. 

District Secretary, Associated Charities of Boston, 1915-16. 

King, Georgiana Goddard, 1896, See page 10. 

IviNG, Gladys, 1905, 

46 Stujr\resant Place, New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Kinsley, Mary Anderson, 1908, 1198 Bush wick Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Dr. William Henry Best. One daughter, one son. 

Kirk, Abby, 1892, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Reader in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-16; Teacher of English and the Classics and 
Associate Principal in the Misses Kirk's School, Rosemont, Pa., 1899-1907, and in the 
Misses Kirk's School, Bryn Maw-, 1907-16. 

Kirk, Helen Reed, 1914, 

13 West Upsal Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin, Historj' and Athletics in the Holman School, Philadelphia, 1911-16. 

Kirk, Marion Shelmire, 1910, 

13 West Upsal Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia. 1915-16: Private Tutor, 1913-16. 

Kjrk, Mary Brosius, 1897, Kennett Square, Pa. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in the George School, George School, Pa., 1902-16. 

Kirkbride, Elizabeth Butler, 1896, 1406 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Alumna' Member of the Board of Directors of Bryn Mawr College, 1906-16; Member of 
Board of Directors of Civic Club. 1908-16, and of Society for Organizing Charity, 1907- 
16; President, College Club of Philadelphia, 1909-16: Vice-President, Fencer's Club of 
Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Klauder, Jeannette Cascaden, 1907, Bala, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Lieutenant Thomas Charles Spencer. 

Klein, Gertrude, 1904, 1512 Oxford Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German in the Girls" High School, Philadelphia, 1905-16. 

Knight, Emma Taft, 1905, 

Norfolk House Centre, 14 Eliot Square, Boston, Mass. 

Teacher of History and English in The Winsor School, 1914-16, and Director of Work for 
Women and Girls, Norfolk House Centre, 1915-16. 

KJNowLEs, Leslie Appleton, 1900, Dedham, Mass. 

^Married, 1910, Mr. Arthur Blake. One daughter. 

Kroeber, Johanna, 1900, 

401 Hawthorn Road, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1908, Dr. Herman O. Mosenthal. Two daughters, one son. 

Labold, Leona Sophie, 1909, 633 West 4th Street, Portsmouth, O. 



42 Bachelors of Arts 

Ladd, Mart Ethel, 1910, 4619 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the West Philadelphia High School for Girb, Philadelphia, 1912-16 , 
and in The West Philadelphia Evening High School, 1914-16. 

Lamb, Louise Emerson, 1912, 232 Laurens Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of French and English in the Roland Park Country School, Roland Park, Md., 
1912-16. 

Lamberton, Helen, 1907, See page 10. 

Lamberton, Mart, 1904, 4112 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Principal of the Gordon School, Philadelphia, 191.V16. 

Landers, Julia Ethel, 1894, 

804 North Pennsj'Ivania Street, Indianapohs, Ind. 

Lant)Sberg, Clara, 1897, HuU House, Chicago, 111. 

Teacher of German in the Lniversity School for Girls, Chicago, 1906-16. 

Langdon, Ida, 1903, 

Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Summer : Elmira, X. Y. 

Reader in EngHsh, Brjn Mawr College, 1912-16. 

Lange, Linda Bartels, 1903, 

Department of Pathologj", University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

Instructor in Pathology, University of Wisconsin, 1915-16. 

La Porte, Martha Di-v^en, 1895, 1201 Lincoln Avenue, TjTone, Pa. 

Principal of Miss La Porte's School, Tyrone, 1909-1.1. 

Larrabee, Emilt Dorr, 1903, 102 Emery Street, Portland, Me. 

Acting Assistant Principal in Miss Church's School, Pioston, 5lass., 1915-1'i. 

Laser, Lillian J., 1909, 6430 North 13th Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1914, Mr. Berthold Slraups. 

Latimer, Caroline Wormelet, 1896, See page 10. 

Lattimore, Eleanor Larrabee, 1900, 

4111 Baltimore Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Head Social Worker in the Psychological Clinic, 1914-16. 

Laughlin, Agatha, 1903, 

405 West Penn Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Private Nurse, 1912-16. 

Lauterbach, Alice, 1906, 301 West 106th Street, New York City. 

Lautz, Helen Sophia, 1912, 803 Park Avenue, Pekin, lU. 

Teacher of Latin, English and French in the Friends' Academy, Moorestown, X. J., 
1912-16. 

Law, Sallt Porter, 1903, ... .114 West Franklin Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Alexius McGlnnnan. 

Lawrence, Caroline, 1889, 3909 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 

Lawrence, Edith, 1897, 140 East 38th Street, New York City. 

Laws, Bertha Margaret, 1901, 1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Secretary-Treasurer in the Agnes Irwin School, Phik.delphia, 191.5-lG. 

Lawther, Anna Bell, 1897, 239 Seventeenth Street, Dubuque, la. 

Lawton, Grace Ea^eltn, 1898, 30 BuU Street, Newport, R. I. 

Latton, Margaret Hammond, 1911, 930 Humboldt Street, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Robert Lennox Morris, Jr. One daughter. 



Lee, Elva, 1893, See page 10. 

Lee, Helen, 1914, 

Stoneleigh Court, 46th and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia. 

Lee, Mart Madison, 1901, Orange, Va. 



Bachelors of Arts 43 

Lee. Mary Sarah, 1906, 879 Wynnewood Road, Philadelphia. 

Teacner of Latin in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1906-16. 

Lee, Sylvia Knowlton, 1901, 42 Avon Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Teacher of Latin in the Winsor School, Boston, 1909-16. 

Le Fevre, Eva Frederica, 1905, 627 Gaylord Street, Denver, Colo, 

Married, 1912, Mr. Harry Elbert Bellamy. One daughter. 

Leffingwell, Aimee Gilbert, 1897, 708 West Nevada Street, Urbana, 111. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Kenneth McKenzie. 

Leftwich, Florence, 1895, See page 6. 

Leopold, Florence Stein, 1912, 

1428 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. Permanent: 619 West 127th 
Street, New York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Lester Wolf. One son. 

Lepper, Mi'nerva Augusta, 1906, 

503 East Tulpehocken Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Professor Gar/on Spence Greene. 

Leupp, Constance Davis, 1903, 

Apartment 304, The Cordova, Washington, D. C. 

Magazine Writer, 1911-16; Volunteer Social Worker, 1912-16. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Laurence Todd. 

Levering, Ethel, 1899, 173 Waterman Street, Providence, R. I. 

Married, 1909, Professor James Marrin Motley. 

Levering, Mary Armstrong, 1897, 116 Main Street, Easthampton, Mass. 

Married, 190.5, The Rev. Joseph Haswell Robinson. Two daughters. 

Levinson, Dora Clara, 1915, 3141 Euclid Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Levy, Edna Sophia, 1913, 5400 Hobart Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Joseph H. Barach. 

Lewis, Constance, 1904, 3066 North Meridian Street, Indianapohs, Ind. 

Lewis, Elizabeth Dabney Langhorne, 1901, 

R. F. D. 4, Lynchburg, Va. 

Volunteer Social and Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1910, Mr. Dexter Otey. One daughter. 

Lewis, Lucy, 1893, 1535 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Lewis, Margaret Charlton, 1908, 

44 Highland Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Teacher of English and History of Art in Miss Chapin's School, New York City, 1912-16. 

Lewis, Mayone, 1908, 

103 East Avenue, Norwalk, Conn. Summer: 4324 Pine Street, 
Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1909-15; on leave of absence, 
1915-16. 

Lewis, Rebecca Renshaw, 1912, 1813 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Graduate Student in French, Johns Hopkins L^niversity, 1914-16. 

Lexow, Caroline Florence, 1908, 

722 St. Mark's Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

LiDDELL, Katharine Forbes, 1910, 

9 Summit Road, WeUesley, Mass. Summer: Care of Mr. Forbes 
Liddell, 9 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Instructor in English, Wellesley College, 1915-16. 

Linburg, Emma Hillman, 1896, . . . 225 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Horace Bailey Tobin. One daughter. 

List, Minnie Kendrick, 1908, 5607 Walnut Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Frederick Beriiard Chalfant. Two daughters. 



44 Bachelors of Arts 

Little, Eleanor Lovell, 1905, 34 Fairfield Street, Boston, Mass. 

Volunteer Soeial Worker, 1912-16. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Talbot. Aldrich. One son. 

Livingston, Frances Elizabeth, 1914, 

66 Jamaica Avenue, Flushing, N. Y. 

Llewellyn, Gertrude, 1912, 1246 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

LoBDELL, Mary Arleville, 1915, 3333 North 18th Street, Philadelphia. 

Locke, Grace Perley, 1898, See page 10. 

LoDER, Eleanor, 1905, 1102 South Wilton Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Instructor in Latin, the Gordon School, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

LoiNES, Elma, 1905, 3 Pierrepont Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Treasurer of Brooklyn Auxiliary of Consumers' League, 1908-16. 

LoMBARDi, Lucy, 1904, 2630 Woodley Place, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1908, Captain Alvin Barton Barber. Two sons, one daughter. 

London, Mary Parke, 1915,. .2040 Highland Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. 
Long, Anne Dodd, 1906, 441 South 44th Street, Philadelphia. 

LONGSTRETH, EdITH MaY, 1905, 

7921 Germantown Road, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William Stroud Wood. 

LoNGWELL, Katherine Cavenagh, 1912, See page 10. 

Loose, Katharine Riegel, 1898, .... 120 North 5th Street, Reading, Pa. 

Lord, Elizabeth Evans, 1914, Plymouth, Mass. 

Lord, Katharine, 1901, 

261 Walnut Street, Brookhne, Mass. Summer: Plymouth, Mass. 

Assistant Director of the Winsor School, Boston, Mass., 1914-16. 

LoRENz, JusTiNA, 1907, 1527 West 1st Street, Dayton, O. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. : 

Married, 1911, Profeasor John Balmer Showem. 

LosHE, LiLLiE Deming, 1899, 49 Glenbrook Road, Stamford, Conn. 

Teaching in the Canton Christian College, Canton, China, 1915-16. 

LouDERBACK, Jessie Livingston, 1895, 

144 West 78th Street, New York City. 

Visiting Teacher, Board of Education, New York City, 1914-16. 

LouNSBERY, Grace Constant, 1898, 86 rue de LiUe, Paris, France. 

Lovell, Alice, 1903, Leonia, N. J. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Lok Olds Kellogi/. Two sons. 

LowENGRUND, Helen Moss, 1906, See page 10. 

Lowbnthal, Esther, 1905, 14 Buckingham Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

Assistant Professor in Economics, Smith College, 1915-16. 

LowREY, Maud Mary, 1900, 1704 Rittenhouse Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Robert Dartah Jenks. 

Lucas, Leonora, 1912, 2344 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. 

Warden of Merion Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Lynde, Isabel Adair, 1905, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1908, Mr. John Francis Dammann, Jr. 

Lyon, Elizabeth Treat, 1902, 2514 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Robert E. Belknap. Two sons (one f 1907), one daughter. 

Mabon, Rosa Vedder, 1913, Wards Island, New York City. 



Bachelors of Arts 45 

MacClanahan, Anna Elizabeth Caldwell, 1906, 

20 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1909, Dr. Wilfred Thomason Grenfell. Two soks. 

MacCoy, Mart Helen, 1900, .... 5800 Overbrook Avenue, Philadelphia. 
MacCracken, Fay Mary, 1894, 84 Grand Street, Newburgh, N. Y. 

President of North River Presbyterial Society, 1910-16. 

Married, 1S99, The Rev. Frederick Emerson Stockwell. Five daughters (one f 1905"). 

Macdonald, Frances, 1915, 124 Coulter Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

MacElree, Helen, 1915, 609 South High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

MacElree, Margaret, 1914, 609 South High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Teacher in the High School, West Chester, Pa., 1915-16. 

Macintosh, Marian T., 1890, Keene, N. Y. 

Magoffin, Henrietta Floyd, 1911,. .129 South Pitt Street, Mercer, Pa. 

Volunteer Social and Church Worlver, 1915-16. 

Magrtjder, Rosalie Stuart, 1904, 23 State Circle, Annapohs, Md. 

Assistant to the Principal and Teacher of Mathematics and Latin in Miss Chamberlayne's 
School, Boston, Mass., 1915-16. 

Maguire, Elizabeth Yarnall, 1913, 3813 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 
Manchester, Ruth Coe, 1913, .... 171 Spencer Street, Winsted, Conn. 

Graduate Scholar in Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 191.5-16. 

Mann, Euphemia Mary, 1897, 300 Grayling Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1904-16. 

Mappin, Lilian M., 1896, Died, 1914. 

Marble, Elizabeth Dana, 1902, 3201 Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Marcus, Bertha, 1905, 1942 North 19th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the Public School, Bala and in the Northeast Evening High School, 1914-16. 

Marsh, Rose Guthrie, 1909, 

Llanfair Lodge, Woodland Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Marshall, Louise Chapin, 1905,. . . .574 Hawthorne Place, Chicago, 111. 

Martin, Amy Lawrence, 1915,. . . .26 East Division Street, Chicago, III. 

Martin, Emilie Norton, 1894, See page 6. 

Masland, Mary Elizabeth, 1901, 607 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

Principal of the Gardner School, New York City, 1911-16. 

Mason, Frances Eleanor, 1905, 8 East Elm Street, Chicago, III. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Arthur Manierre {.f 1912). 

Mason, Mary Taylor, 1892, 

School House Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Assistant Demonstrator in Obstetrics and Assistant Obstetrician, Woman's Medical Col- 
lege, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Mason, Rosalind Fay, 1911, 150 East Superior Street, Chicago, lU. 

Private Secretary to the President of the Chicago Equal Suffrage Association, 1915-16. 

Matheson, Winifred, 1907, 1221 Robson Street, Vancouver, B. C. 

Matsuda, Michi, 1899, The Doshisha, Kyoto, Japan. 

Mattson, Ethel, 1909, 417 Bigelow Street, Peoria, 111. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Prescott Heald. One son, one daughter. 

Mattson, Rebecca Taylor, 235 Sisson Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 

Secretary of the Roto Company, 1910-16. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Philip Jackson Darlinyton. Two sons, one daughter. 

Maynard, Margaret Ryerson, 1908, 84 South Broadway, Nyack, N. Y. 

Volunteer Missionary Worker, 1914-16; Private Tutor, 1911-16. 



46 Bachelors of Arts 

McAiojLTT, AxKA, 1906, 710 Webster Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Walter Phelps Stevens. 

McBeide, Jessie Chaiibers, 1900, 

Care of Xaval Constructor J. H. Walsh, U. S. X., Xavy Department, 
Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1906, Mr. John Henry Walsh. 

McCaulet, KATHAErN-E Lat, 1906, 522 Vine Avenue, Highland Park, 111. 

McCooK, Caeolixe Alexaxder, 1908, 

88 Onslow Gardens, London, England. 

Married, 1908, Mr. John Junius Morgan. 

McCoy, Anna Allison, 1905, Belief onte. Pa. 

McEwEN, Madge, 1905, 3811 Lafayette Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 190e, Mr. Walter Schrnitz. Two son.=. 

McFarland, Helen Josephine, 1915, 

442 West Stafford Street, Germanto-^\-n, Philadelphia. 

Student, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 191.5-16. 

McGeorge, Beatrice, 1901, Cedar Hill, Qyn^-yd, Pa. 

Private Tutor in English and French, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

McKeex, Eliz.\beth Farley, 1901, 

7 jMcKeen Street, Brunswick, ]Me. Summer: Jewels Island, CUff 
Island P. O., Me. 

McKeen, Helen Josephix-e, 1900, 40 Wall Street, Xew York City. 

Manager of Kings Park State Hospital and Lawyer, 1905-12. 

McKextst;y, ViRGDaA Spotswood, 1908, 

137 South S3'camore Street, Petersburg, Va. 

McLean, Charlotte Frelinghuysex, 1899, 

277 South 4th Street, Philadelphia. 

Professor of Greek, English and Philosoph\-, College of Montana, Deer Lodge, ^lont., 
1914-16. 

McMANtrs, Caeoline Esther, 1902, .Rosemary, Westto-n-n, Pa. 

Married, 1903, Mr. John Rogers Dickey. One son, two daughters. 

McMtjllin, Mary Belle, 1893, 4805 Chester Avenue, Philadelphia. 

McMuRTRiE, Mary, 1889, 1104 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Boardinghouse Keeper, 1902-16. 

McWilliams, Ida Catheeixe, 1907, 149 Sunbury Street, Shamokin, Pa. 
]ME.y3, Maeiox Loeeaixe, 1912, 817 West End Avenue, Xew York City. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Conrad Schwable. One daughter. 

Meade, Addis Manson, 1899, Boyce, Va. 

Meigs, Alice McKinstry, 1905, 

Care of American Embassy, Paris, France. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Arthur Orr. Two sons. 

Meigs, Cornelia Lynde, 1908, 123 Morgan Street, Keokuk, la. 

Private Tutor, 1914-16, Writer of Plass and Stories for Children, 1915. 

Meigs, Grace Lynt)e. 1903, The Ontario, Washington, D. C. 

Expert on Sanitation, Children's Bureau, U. S. Department of Labor, 1914-15. 

Mellen, Maeguerite, 1914, 932 BeUefonte Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Bradley Dev:ey. 

Mendinhall, Mary Anna, 1896, Pine Crest, West Chester, Pa. 

Married, 1&97, Mr. J. Herbert Mullin. "Three sons (one f 190/). 

Menendez, Lucinda Poillox', 1913, 

840 West End Avenue, Xew York City, or Green-n-ich, Conn. 



Bachelors of Arts 47 

Merle-Smith, Dorothy, 1908, 31 West 12th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1911, Mr. David Hunter McAlpin Pyle. Two sons. 

Merrill, Louise Edgerton, 1910, Oaksmere, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Business Manager, Merrill School, Oaksmere, 1911-15. 

Merriman, Lucile, 1899, 44 West 96th Street, New York City, 

Married, 1906, Mr. Malcolm Farmer. One daughter. 

Middleton, Helen, 1895, 3302 Iowa Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Thomas Smith. 

Miles, Rxjth Helene, 1902, 20 Dartmouth Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Charles R. Witherspoon. One daughter, three sons. 

Miller, Alice Chapman, 1914,. . .316 Juneau Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Secretary and Accountant in business office, 1914-16. 

Miller, Dorothy Elizabeth^ 1909, Utica, N. Y. 

Teacher of History and German in Miss Knox's School, Utica, N. Y., 1913-16. 

Miller, Emma Louisa, 1901, 510 Sixth Avenue, Belmar, N. J. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Paul Clifford Taylor. Three sons (one f 1907), one daughter. 

Miller, Laura Isabelle, 1911,. . .316 Juneau Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Miller, Madge Daniels, 1901, 21 East 9th Street, New York City. 

Miller, Mary Ruth, 1905, 1912 Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Thomas Joseph Walker. One daughter. 

Miller, Ramona Beatrice, 1913,. . . .5424 Wahiut Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Science in the West Philadelphia High School for Ciirls, 1913-16. 

Milligan, Louise, 1908, 10th Infantry, Canal Zone, Panama. 

Private Tutor, 1915-16. 

Married, 1912, Captain Charles Douglas Herron. 

MiLTENBERGER, EuGENiA Blow, 1909, Ferguson, Mo. 

Instructor in English in the High School, Ferguson, 1915-16. 

Minor, Caroline, 1909, 205 Prospect Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Richard Sterling Ely. 

Minor, Marie Louise, 1894, 131 East 31st Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Biology in the Wadleigh High School, New York City, 1897-1916. 

MiNTURN, Mildred, 1897,. . .Waterside Copse, Liphook, Hants, England. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Arthur Hugh Scott. Two daughters. 

Mitchell, Charlotte Barnard, 1899, Died, 1910. 

Mitchell, Charly Tiffany, 1898, 

8 Ormonde Gate, Chelsea, London S. W., England. 

Married, 1907, Mr. James Hopwood Jeans. One daughter. 

Mitchell, Elizabeth Yeager, 1905, 

1967 Holly Drive, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Head of English and Latin Departments in the High School, Chino, Cal., 1915-16. 

Mitchell, Grace Downing, 1901, BeUefonte, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Westover School, Middlebury, Conn., 1912-16. 

Mitchell, Pearl Boring, 1912, 5030 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1915-16. 

Mitchell, Renee, 1900, Mount Carmel, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Thomas M. Righter. One son, two daughters. 

Montague, Mary, 1903, 213 High Street, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Married, 1909, Mr. George M. Guild. One daughter, two sons. 

Montenegro, Sara, 1902, Anchorage, Ky. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Clayton Becker Blakey. One son (f 1913), one daughter. 

Montgomery, Amelia, 1905, See page 10. 



48 Bachelors of Arts 

MoxTGOJizEY, Hazel IMarg.ieet, 1912, 

509 West 121st Street, Xew York City. 

MooERS, LiLiAX E^-EEETT, 1903, 116 East Street, La-nrence, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Brainerd Edwards Smith. One daughter. 

Moore, Dorothea May, 1915,. . .21 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, ]Mass. 

Graduate Student, Radcliffe College, 191-5-16. 

Moore, Elsie, 1911, 113 Ferrj- Street, Dan^-ille. Pa. 

Moore, Ltdia, 1905, Died, 1911. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Henry Totnall Bush. One son. 

Moore, Maria:n:n~e Craig, 1909, 343 North Hanover Street, Carlisle, Pa. 

Suffrage and Church Worker, 191.5-16. 

Morgan, jMARGrERiTE Broades, 1910, 121 Ardinore Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and Algebra in the High School, Lansdale, Pa., 1915-16. 

Morgan, Mart Axdex, 1912, 161 East 79tli Street, New York City. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Walter Clark Haupt. 

MoRiCE, Jaxe Rosalie, 1899, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Thomas Edward Pooley. One daughter, one son. 

jMorison, Mahgaeet Baker, 1907, 

233 West Preston Street, Baltimore, :\Id. 

Teacher of English in the Brj-n Ma^vr School, Baltimore, Md., 1908-11, 1912-16. 

Morris, Evelyx Flo-r-er, 1903, 

East Washington Lane, Gennantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Francis Reeie Cope, Jr. One daughter. 

Morris, Frances Ht^tphrey, 1902, . . . .628 Maple Lane, Sewickley, Pa. 

Member of the Board of Managers of the Christian Home for Wonaen, 1912-16. 
Married, 1906, Mr. John Bruce Orr. One daughter, one .son. 

Morris, Jacqueline Pascal, 1908, 

151 East Coulter Street, Germantown. Philadelphia. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edward Wyatt Erans. Two sons. 

^Morris, ^Margaret, 1908, 53 Edgehill Eoad, New- Haven, Conn. 

Honorary FeUow in Zoologj-, Yale University, 1914-16. 

Morris, Margaretta, 1900, 

124 Highland Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Samuel Bryan Scott. Three daughters. 

Morrow, Agnes Elizabeth, 1912, 315 East 17th Street, New York City. 

Assistant in Di-\-ision of Educational Inquirj', Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement 
of Teaching, 191.3-16. 

Morrow, Caroline Nelye Eli.se, 1905, 

Howe Lodge, Kin son, near Bournemouth, England. 

Worker for the British Red Cross and other War purposes, 191.5-16. 
Married, 1909, Captain J. C. Chadwick Collins. Two sons. 

MoRT, Dorothy, 1908, 55 Edmimd Place, Detroit, ]\Iich. 

Teacher of Historj- in Miss Ransom's School, Piedmont, Cal., 191.3-16. 

MosER, Lillian Virginia, 1893, See page 10. 

MtJLLER, An-na, 1905, Died, 1911. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Sidney Wallace Prince. 

MtJiiLER, LiLLiE Eliz.\beth, 1903, 

440 Hoboken Avenue, Jersey Cit}', N. J. 

Married, 1910, The Rex. Carl Edward Poensgen. 

MrNN, Aristine Pesxey, 1909, 

327 Van Cortlandt Park Avenue, Park Hill, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Assistant attending Department of Neurology, New York University and BeUe^■ue Med- 
ical College, 1914-16; Lecturer in Pedagogy, New York University, 1914-16; Medical 
Director, Finch Day Nursery, 191.3-16. 

'Sl&TTied, 191o, Mr. Charles Recht. One son. 



Bachelors of Arts 49 

MuNROE, Margaret Adelaide, 1913, 5732 Thomas Avenue, Philadelphia. 
Murphy, Edith Hamilton, 1910, 4211 Sansom Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the Friends' Central School, Philadelphia, 1912-16. 

Murray, Agnes Laurence, 1911, 

Denison House, 93 Tyler Street, Boston, Mass. 

Social Service Department, Boston Dispensary, 191.3-1.5. 

Murray, Marjorie Frances, 1913, 206 Main Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Teacher of Science and Mathematics in the Resthaven School, Mendon, Mass., 1913-16. 

Mygatt, Tracy Dickinson, 1909, 164 Waverly Place, New York City. 

Field Secretary, Church Socialist League in the East, 1914-16; Worker on the Anti-enlist- 
ment League, 1915-16. 

Nathans, Beatrice Cornelia, 1914, 926 John E,. Street, Detroit, Mich. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Alexander Gray Churchvjo.rd. 

Neall, Adelaide Walbaum, 1906, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

On Editorial Staff of Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, 1909-16. 

Nearing, Dorothy, 1910, Tfoy, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Henry Bowers Van Dyne. One son. 

Nearing, Mary Frances, 1909, 

Care of Mrs. Henry Bowers Van Djoie, Troy, Pa. 

Warden of Rockefeller Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-16. 

Neff, Brownie Elizabeth, 1907, 

409 West First Street, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edward Wright Noble. One son. 

Neilson, Grace Herbert, 1906, 

Care of Mr. W. C. NeUson, 1111 Harrison Building, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Charles John Constable LaCoste. One son, one daughter. 

Neilson, Nellie, 1893, See page 6. 

Neville, Mary, 1894, 722 West Main Street, Lexington, Ky. 

Neville, Zelinda, 1895, 722 West Main Street, Lexington, Ky. 

Philanthropic Worker for the Blind and for Prison Reform, 1908-16. 

Newman, Ruth, 1915, Bridge Hampton, N. Y. 

Settlement Worker, Spring Street Neighbourhood House, New York City, 1915-16. 

Newton, Alberta Montgoimery, 1905, 

St. Valier, 90 Morningside Drive, New York City. 

Graduate Student, Columbia University and Teacher of Latin in the Ethical Culture School, 
New York City, 1915-16. 

Nichols, Content Shepa.rd, 1899, See page 10. 

Nichols, Elizabeth, 1893, 

1918 North Pennsylvania Street, IndianapoUs, Ind. 

Secretary of the Indianapolis Branch of the Needlework Guild of America, 1904-16. 
Married, 1896, Mr. Charles W. Moores. One daughter, one son. 

Nichols, Margaret Baxter, 1905, 

3824 Warmck Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Clarence Morgan Hardenbergh. Two daughters, one son. 

Nichols, Margaret Parsons, 1897, 

114 South ArHngton Avenue, East Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1904, Mr. William Hemans Smith. Two daughters, two sons. 

Nichols, Susan Farley, 1915, 42 West 11th Street, New York City. 

Nichols, Tirzah Lamson, 1896, 3221 Race Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Culture of Speaking Voice and Librarian in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 
1906-16. 

NiELDS, Elizabeth, 1898, 29 St. Paul's Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Alumnse Director, Bryn Mawr College, 1913-16. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Wilfred Bancroft. Two sons, one daughter. 



50 Bachelors of Arts 

NiLES, Josephine, 1914, 2010 Edgewood Street, Walbrook, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of History and English in the Girls' Latin School, Baltimore, 1915-16. 

NoRCEOss, Elizabeth, 1897, 

Inwood, Hewett Boulevard, Hillsdale, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 190S, Mr. Henry Minor Esterly. One son, one daughter. 

NoRCROSs, Louise Jackson, 1900, 130 West Pomfret Street, Carlisle, Pa. 

Lecturer on Art, Wilson College, 1914-16. 
Married, 1911, M. Francois Lucas. 

NoRCROss, Mary Jackson, 1900, 243 South Hanover Street, Carlisle, Pa. 

Suffrage Worker, 1912-16. 

NoRRis, Bertha Cornelia, 1904, See page 10. 

NoREis, Mary Rachel, 1906, See page 10. 

North, Dorothy, 1909, 7 West Walton Place, Chicago, lU. 

Assistant Kindergarten Worker, Firm in House, 1915—16. 

North, Helen Virginia, 1908, 342 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Robert John Hunter. Two daughters. 

North, Lila Verplanck, 1896, .... Bradford Academy, Bradford, Mass. 

Lecturer on Sociologj', Bradford Academy, 1915-16. 

Norton, Elsa, 1908, 4502 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Norton, Mabel Harriet, 1902, 540 West California Street, Pasadena, Cal. 

Associate Principal, Westridge School for Girls, Pasadena, 1914-16. 

NoYES, Emily Gifford, 1915, 189 Morris Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Student in the School of Journalism, Columbia f niversity, 1915-16. 

Oberge, Ullericka HIen-drietta, 1898, See page 10. 

Ogilvie, Ida Helen, 1900, 25 Claremont Avenue, New York City. 

Assistant Professor of Geology, Columbia University, 1912-16. Fellow of Geological 
Society of America; of the New York Academy of Science, of the American Association 
for the Advancement of Science and of the Seismological Society of America. 

Oliver, Rachel Louise, 1893, 99 Beacon Hill Avenue, LjTm, Mass. 

Private Tutor, Tryon, X. C, 1915-16. 

Olsen, Sophie Yhlen, 1898, See page 10. 

O'Neil, Elizabeth Bre^^ding, 1903, See page 11. 

Oppenhelmer, Ella, 1914, 1316 Behnont Street, Washington, D. C. 

Student, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1914-16. 

Orlady, Edith, 1902, Himtingdon, Pa. 

Secretary of Bryn !NIawr College, 1912-16. 

Orrick, Christine, 1899, 19 Washington Terrace, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1902, Mr. William Chadicick Fordyce. Three sons, one daughter. 

OsTROM, Virginia, 1901, Wonder-Strand, Waquoit, Mass. 

Teacher of Singing, Soloist aud Choirmaster, 1914-16. 

O'Sullivan, Mary Isabelle, 1907, 4230 Otter Street, Philadelphia. 

Student, New York State J^ibrary School, 1915-16. 

Othejian, Margaret Stevens, 1905, 4 Nelson Street, Auburn, N. Y. 

Married, 1913, The Rev. Frank Wood Moore. One son. 

Owen, Clara Marie, 1913, 411 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Secretarj' in Physician's OfSce, 1913-16. 

Page, Katharintj Alice, 1913, 8 Otis Place, Boston, Mass. 

^Married, 1915, Mr. Charles Greely Loring. 

Palmer, Emily Waterman, 1900, 3741 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 



Bachelors of Arts 51 

Palmeh, Heneietta Raymer, 1893; 

Care of Messrs. Brown. Shipley & Co., 123 PaU MaU, London, S. W., 
England. 

Bibliographical Research, 1912-16. 

Palmer, Madeline, 1899, 437 Humphrey Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1S99, Professor Charles Montague Bakewell, Two sons. 

Palmer, Sara Stokes, 1904, 

Channel Drive, Montecito, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Frederic Lockuood Baxter. One son, one daughter. 

Park, Marion Edwards, 1898, See page 11. 

Parker, Alpine Bodine, 1911,. . . .1923 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Director of Physical Training in the Friends School, Baltimore, 1914-16. 

Parkhurst, Helen Huss, 1911, See page 11. 

Parris, Marion, 1901, See page 6. 

Parr'ish, Ethel, 1891,. .52 Campden Hill Square, London, W., England. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Henry Martineau Fletcher. 

Passmore, Frances, 1908, 410 Chfton Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Patterson, Alice Dudley, 1913, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Patterson, Margaret M., 1890, 1075 Penn Avenue, Denver, Colo. 

Alarried, 1895, Mr. Richard Crawford Campbell. 

Patterson, Mary Grafton, 1888, Died, 1894. 

Paxson, Caroline Ely, 1890, . . . .208 North 3rd Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Secretary of the Civic Club of Harrisburg and Member of Indiistrial Committee on Con- 
ditions Affecting Women and Children of the Pennsylvania State Federation, 1907-16. 
Married, 1905, Mr. John C. Stine. 

Pearson, Bertha, 1904, 

271 Main Street, Cumberland Mills, Me. Summer: 23 Bolton Street, 
Portland, Me. 

Companion, 1915-16. 

Peck, Ethel Rogers, 1904, 2331 Le Conte Avenue, Berkeley, Cal. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Maurice Ennis Lombardi. One daughter, two sons. 

Peck, Helen Lucile, 1903, Died, 1906. 

Peck, Louise Lyman, 1904, Palenville, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Albert C. White. Four daughters (one t 1909). 

Peck, Margaret Winthrop, 1912,. . .220 Summer Street, Bristol, Conn. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the Louisville Collegiate School, Louisville, Ky., 1915-16. 

Peckham, Laura, 1899, 325 Washington Street, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Edward Hileman Waring. 

Peckham, Mary, 1897, Westfield, N. J. 

Tutor in the Hartridge School, 1915-16. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Josiah T. Tubby, Jr. One daughter. 

Peirce, Mary, 1912, Haverford, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-16. 

Pelton, Jessie Parthenia, 1901, 2 Barclay Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Member of Board of Y. W. C. A., Poughkeepsie, 1904-16. 

Penntp ACKER, Anna Maria Whitaker, 1897, 

Pennypacker's Mills, Schwenksville, Pa. 

Suffrage Worker, 1915. 

Pennypacker, Eliza Broomall, 1897, 

Pennypacker's Mills, Schwenksville, Pa. 

Perkins, Agnes Frances, 1898, , See page 11. 



52 Bachelors of Arts 

Perkixs, Elizabeth Mart, 1900, See page 6. 

Peekixs, DagmaE;. 1915; 255 West 108th Street, New York City. 

Perkixs, Ltcile, 1913, Dallas, Tex. 

Peters, Gabeiella Brooke Forua-st, 1907, 

111 Twelfth Street, Long Island City, X. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. John Adams Church, Jr. One daughter, one son. 

Peters, Isabel Merceix, 1904, ... 33 West 49th Street, Xew York City. 

Volunteer Social and Church Worker, 1915-16. 

Pettit, Edith, 1895, See page 11. 

Pew, Ethel, 1906, . . . . IVIorris Avenue, Brj-n Ma^T, Pa. 

Pfaee, Ethel Curtis, 1904, 57 Ohio Street, Bangor, Me. 

Teacher of Latin and French in the High School, Bangor, 1912-16. 

PrrHL, Sophie Augusta, 1910, 942 Fourth Street, Louisville, Ivy. 

Teacher of German in the Girl?' High School, Louisville, Ky., 1903-16. 

Phillips, Grace, 1901, 198 CoUege Avenue, Houghton, ISIich. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Gardner Rogers. Three sons, one daughter. 

PiXNEY, Elizabeth, 1912, Oakwood, Staten Island, X. Y. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Andrew Dickson Hunt. One son. 

PixxEY, Geace, 1892, 120 Riverside Drive, Xew York City. 

^Married, 1895, Mr. James M. Stewart. One son. 

Plaisted, Martha, 1908, 126 East 19th Street, Xew York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Eugene Francis Saxton. One son. 

Platt, Axxa Estelle, 1909, 1109 North Charles Street, Baltimore, IMd. 

Medical Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1915-16. 

Plux'kett, Elizabeth Ivellogg, 1902, 144 East Street, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Brace Whitman Paddock. One daughter, one son. 

Pollock, Lauea Lelsexeixg, 1908, 

1050 East 17th Street, BrookljTi, X"^. Y. 

PoxD, Cl.\ra Pexximax, 1914, 

Northern Hospital for Insane, Logansport, Ind. 

Eugenics Field Worker for Xorthem Indiana Hospital for the Insane, 1914-16. 

PoxD, ^Iillicext, 1910, See page 11. 

Pope, Elizabeth Bogiiax, 1907, . . 104 High Street, Xewburj'port, IMass. 

Head of English Department in Miss Wheeler's .School, Pro^-idence, E. I., 1915-16. 

Porter, Clara Phelps, 1905, 

Allem-ej' House, Swonnej- Court, Fort WajTie, Ind. 

Married, 1909, Mr. William Page Yarnelle. Two daughters, two sons (one j 1912j. 

Poetee, Feaxces, 1911, Hubbard Woods, lU. 

.Social 3en."ice Worker in Rush Medical College, 191.5-16. 

Porter, Helex Louise Kxickerbacker, 1914, 

165 Gates Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Porter, I^athepjx^e, 1894, 109 Congress Street, Pasadena, Cal. 

Porter, Luctle Axxe, 1902, 1104 West WajTie Street, Fort '^'ajTie, Ind. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Ben Perle'j Weaver. Four daughters (one f 1906;, three sons (one 
t 1904). 

Potteebg, Ellex Esther, 1911, 2338 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of ^lathematics, William Penn High School for Girls, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Potter, Edna Margaret, 1913, 172 West Palmer Avenue, Detroit, IMich. 

General Assistant, Editorial Department, The American Boy, 1914-15. 



Bachelors of AHs 53 

Potts. Laukette Extstis, 1896, 155 East 22nd Street, New York Citj-. 

Secretary of the Church Mission of Help, New York Citj', 1915—16. 
Married, 1905, Mr. Lewis Frederic Pease. One son, one daughter. 

PowEES, Anna, 1890, Died, 1894. 

Pratt, Anne Stoexet, 1906, Care of University Library, Berkelej-, Cal. 

Senior Assistant, University of California Librarj-, 1913-16. 

Pressinger, Mildred, 1909, 120 West 86th Street, Xew York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Carl Otto von Kienbusch. One son. 

Price, Alice Montelius, 1903, 3613 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English, IMathematics, and Science in Hampton Institute, Hampton, Ta., 
1903-16. 

Price, Marjorie Gertrude, 1903, Died, 1915. 

Married, 1904, Dr. George Scott McKnight. One daughter. 

Pritchett, Ida Willia^is, 1914, 22 East 91st Street, Xew York Cit}-. 

Graduate Student, Columbia University, October, 1915 to Februarj-, 1916, Volunteer 
Laboratorj' Worker, Rockefeller Institute, Februarj- to June, 1916. 

Peoudfit, Josephine Voorhees, 1908, 25 Langdon Street, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Dudley Montgomery. One son, one daughter. 

Prussing, Margaret Alice, 1911, 2 East 33rd Street, Xew York City. 

Actress in Motion Pictures and Author's Representative, 1914-16. 

Putnam, Ayis, 1905, 1 West 64th Street, Xew York City. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edouard Dethier. One son. 

Putnam, Bertha ILi."\-EN, 1893, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, ]\Iass. 

Associate Professor of History, Mt. Holyoke College, 1913-16. 

Putnam, Margaret, 1907, 1408 West Washington Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1911, Professor Max Wilhrov: Morse. One daughter, one son. 

Putnam, Mat, 1910, 102 Jackson Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Medical Student, Johns Hopkins Universitj-, 1911-15. 

Putnam, Shirley, 1909, The Woodward, Washington, D. C. 

Teacher of English in !Miss ^ladeira's School, Washington, 1912-16. 

Ptfer, Isabella Mat, 1910,. . . .131 West Main Street, Xorristo-OTi, Pa. 

Married, , Dr. Howard Fritsch Pyfer. 

Quimbt, Mart Agnes, 1906, 

Highland Avenue, Ithaca, X. Y. Summer: Berw;>-n, Pa. 

Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1915-16. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, 1896, See page 6. 

Rambo, Eleanor Ferguson, 1908, See page 11. 

Ramset, Helen Marguerite, 1911, Rosemont, Pa. 

Randolph, Harriet, 1889, 1310 South 47th Street, Philadelphia. 

Rapallo, Edna, 1915, 400 West 20th Street, X'ew York City. 

Rawson, Gwendoltn, 1913, 3767 Clifton Avenue, Ciacmnati, O. 

Rawson, Luct, 1902, 

Dexter and Wold Avenues, East Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1909, Mr. William R. Collins. One son, one daughter. 

Rawson, Marjorie, 1906, ...3767 Clifton Avenue, Clifton, Cincinnati, O. 

Secretary of Shut-In Society of Cincinnati, 1914-16. 

Raymond, Helen Jackson, 1903, 324 Amherst Street, IManchester, X'. H. 

^Married, 1908, Dr. John Christopher O'Connor. Two sons. 

Reaji, Frances Mott, 1901, Short Hills, X^. J. 

Married, 1906, Mr. John Leisenring Kemmerer. Two sons, two daughters (one f 1909). 



54 Bachelors^of Arts 

Ream, Maeion Buckixghaii, 1899, 1365 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Redraond Dads Stephens. 

Ree^^, Margaret Morris, 1907, 

1 Lehman Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Charlex Reed Cary. One daughter, one son. 

Reichenbach, LrciE Tattghajs:, 1910, 

1020 Guilford Street, Huntington, Ind. 

Reid, Esteixe, 1894, Died, 1910. 

Reillt, Maeiox, 1901, Brj-n Mawr CoUege, BrjTi Mawr, Pa. 

Dean of the College and Reader in Philosophj% Brjii Ma-svr College, 1907-16. 

Reinhaedt, Elizabeth Christina, 1902, 

3404 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1912-16. 

Reixhaedt, Esther IMeredith, 1907, 3404 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Head of Department of English in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1912-16. 

Rembaugh, Bertha, 1897, See page 11. 

Rhoads, Axxa Ely, 1889, See page 11. 

Rice, Edith Florence, 1907, See page 11. 

Rice, Phyllis, 1911, 126 Ocean Street, Lj-nn, Mass. 

Married, 191.5, Mr. Charles Herschel MacKnight. 

Richards, Ants'abella Elliott, 1907, Merion, Pa. 

Demonstrator in Chemistry and Assistant in Climcal Pathologj-, Woman's Medical Col- 
lege of Pennsylvania, 191.5-16. 

Richards, Caroline Louise, 1906, Chula Vista, Cal. 

Married, 19il, Mr. Thomas Joseph McKnight. Two sons. 

Richards, Myra Stephannie, 1915, 111 Petrie Avenue, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 191.5, Professor Karl Detlev Jessen. 

Richardson, Ethel LonsE, 1911, 

277 East Belleviie Drive, Pasadena, Cal. 

Social Worker on Immigration and Hotising, 1914-16. 

Richardson, Maky Tuckerjian, 1906, 

152 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Robert Walcott. One daughter, three sons. 

RiCHTER, Helen Ruth, 1913, 22 East 94th Street, New York City. 

Secretarj-, Volunteer Ser^-ice Department of Intercollegiate Bureau of Occupations, and 
Volunteer Social Worker, 191.5—16. 

RiCHTER, Ina May, 1908, 

Pine Crest Ranch, Mission Canon, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Student, Johns Hopkins University, Medical School, 1914-16. 

RiDGWAY, Sarah Shre-^te, 1898, Columbus, N. J. 

RiEGEL, Ella, 1889, Low Buildings, Brj-n Mawr, Pa. 

RiGG.s, Henrietta Sanford, 1910, 

131 Maryland Avenue, N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Assistant in Card Section of Congressional Librarj-, 1911-15. 

RisTiNE, MtRiAii Vaughan, 1908, 

711 Old Lancaster Road, BrjTi Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and History' in the Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, Pa., 1914-16. 

Ritchie, Mary Helen, 1896, See page 7. 

Robbins, H.VRRIET, 1893, Wethersfield, Conn. 

Roberts, Anna Wilkins, 1915, 16 East Main Street, ^Moorestown, N. J. 

Principal of Plymouth Meeting Friends School, 1915-16. 



Bachelors of Arts 55 

Roberts, Emma Dunwoody, 1903, 662 Stanbridge Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Teacher of English, Friends' School, Germantown, Philadelphia, 1903-16. 

Roberts, Louise Elizabeth, 1908, See page 11. 

Roberts, Ruth, 1912, 1440 West Decatur Street, Decatur, 111. 

Married, 1914, Mr. RoUa Carol. McMillen. 

Robertson, Emma Sellers, 1913, .. .4310 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of French in Miss Cruice's School and in Miss Roney's School, Philadelphia, 
1914-15. 

Robins, Dorothea, 1914, 23 Gowen Avenue, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in the Lower School, Miss Jones and Mrs. Chapman's 
School, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Robins, Florence Eustis, 1904, 

23 Gowen Avenue, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History and English in Miss Madeira's School, Washingto, D. C, 1910-15. 

Robins, Helen Josephine, 1892, 

Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Summer: 23 Gowen Avenue, Mt. 
Airy, Philadelphia. 

Head of Department of English in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1910-16. 

Robinson, Constance, 1898, Died, 1910. 

Robinson, Ethel Fern, 1915, 80 PaUister Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Robinson, Helen Louise, 1901, . . 67 Lafayette Place, Greenwich, Conn. 

Assistant in Music and Dramatics and Coach for Glee Club in Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, 
Conn., 1912-16. 

Robinson, Leone, 1909, 5468 Von Versen Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Teacher of INIathematics in the Central High School, St. Louis, 1912-16. 

Robinson, Virginia Pollard, 1906, See page 11. 

Rock, Amy Cordova, 1893, .... 1455 Belmont Street, Washington, D. C. 

Volunteer Social Worker and President, Washington Branch of the Association of Colle- 
giate AlumnjB, 191.5-16. 
Married, 1899, Mr. Frederick Leslie Ransome. One son, three daughters. 

Rockwell, Cleos Lepha, 1914, Pres du Lac, Kenilworth, lU. 

Assistant to Manager of Lake View Laundry, 1914-15. 

RocKw^ELL, Martha Skerry, 1904, Ill Wister Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Mr. H. Wilson Moorhouse. One son, one daughter. 

RocKwooD, Eleanor Ruth, 1900, 

Care of Library Association, Portland, Ore. 

Head of Reference Department, Library Association of Portland, 1902-10, 1911-16. 

Rogers, Isobel Mitchell, 1911,. .48 Highland Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

RoHRER, Miriam, 1915, Lenox Road, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Root, Mary Longaker, 1910, 

631 East Leverington Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the WiUiam Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1912-16. 

Ropes, Alice Rogers, 1906, Shoo-wu, via Foochow, China. 

Married, 1909, The Rev. Edioin Dwight Kellogg. One daughter. 

Ropes, Ellen Marvin, 1902, Grossharthau, bei Dresden, Germany. 

Married, 1909, The Rev. Gottfried Martin Horn. One son, one daughter.. 

Ropes, Margaret, 1903, .Oracle, Ariz. 

RosENHEiMER, Bertha, 1907, 2242 Van Pelt Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German in the Girls' High School, Germantown, 1915-16. 

Ross, Anna, 1905, 1603 Opal Street, Pullman, Wash. 

Married, 1912, Professor Archibald Wellington Taylor. One son (f 1914). 



56 Bachelors of Arts 

Ross, EuzABETH, 1909, Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher in the Holton Arms School, Washington, D. C, 1912-16. 

Ross, Elizabeth, 1911 1868 East 89th Street, Cleveland, 0. 

Volunteer Philanthropic Worker, 1911-16. 

Ross, Fkajnxes LtJBBE, 1913, Conshohocken, Pa. 

Ross, Maegaeet Jaxe, 1904, 626 De Kalb Street, Xorristown, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Dr. Albert Rowland Garner. Ttto sons. 

RoTAX, Ax^"E Stueh, 1902, 155 Haverhill Street, I/awrence, INIass. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Thorndike Dudley Howe. T'n'O sons. 
ROTAX, IVATHEEIXE Ll^lXOSTOX, 1910, 

1003 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, :\Id. 

Advanced Student in Physiology-, Johns Hopkins ^ledical School, 1915-16. 
Married, 1910, Dr. Cecil Kent Drinker. 

Rowley, HAJsnsrAH Teresa, 1901, 

The Stuart Club, 102 Fenway, Boston, :\Iass. 

Teacher of Science in the Winsor School, Boston, 1914-16. 

RxiMSON, LrcT Constance, 1900, 

Bankers' Trust Companv, Xew York Citv. 
Teacher of Music, 1915-16. 

RuMEiLL, Helen Du Bois, 1909, . . 1045 South 51st Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Xorth East High School, Philadelphia, 1911-16. 

Rush, Feances Bertha, 1901, 517 Emerson Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Remembrance Lindsay Crawford. Three daughters, two sons. 

Russell, Louise Sternberg, 1911,. .39 Charles Street, Xew York C\\y. 

Secretary, Russell Sage Foundation, 1911-16. 

Ryan, Mary Catherine, 1909, Rosemont, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1909-16. 

Sachs, Auce, 1908, 3632 Washington Avenue, Cincinnati, 0. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Jacob M. Plant. One son, one daughter. 

Sackett, Mary Johnson, 1901, 237 Clermont Avenue, Brooklj-n, X. Y. 

SAiEPSON, Edith F., 1890, See page 11. 

Sampson, Lillian Vaughan, 1891, See page 11. 

Sampson, Merle D'Aubigne, 1915, Pantops, Charlotteville, Va, 

Teacher of English in the Roland Park Countiy School, Baltuiiore, Md., 191.5-16. 

Sanborne, Sarah Minier, 1908,. . .815 South 34th Street, Omaha, Xeb. 

Teacher of Ci\-ic3 in the Omaha High School of Commerce, 1914-16; Private Tutor, 
1915-16. 

Sandison, Helen Estabeook, 1906, See page 7. 

Sargent, Cecilia Vennard, 1915, Wenonah, X. J. 

Teacher of English and German in the High School, Parkesburg, Pa., 1915-16. 

Sattler, Jean, 1915, 2449 Highland Avenue, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, 0. 

Volunteer Assistant in the Placement Office of the Cincinnati Public Schools, 191-5-16. 

Saunders, Helen Matheson, 1897, 9 Greystone Terrace, Yonkers, X. Y. 

Married, 1910, Mr. William H. Appleton Holmes. One daughter. 

Scatteegood, Anna, 1896, Haverford, Pa. 

Suffrage Worker, 191.5-16. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Clarence Gilbert Hoag. One daughter, three sons. 

ScHAEFEE, Ethelinda Floeence, 1908, Box 349, Honolulu, H. I. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Alfred L. Castle. One son, one daughter. 

ScHENCK, Eunice Morgan, 1907, See page 7. 

ScHiEDT, Alice Edith, 1904, 2006 Monroe Street, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Paul Franklin Clark. Three daughters (one f 1914). 



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ScHiEDT, Helen Lee, 1901, Lowell Avenue, West Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Horace Arthur Woodioard. Two sons, one daughter. 

ScHOCK, Caroline Franck, 1908, .. .151 Summit Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1909, Professor Chester Lloyd Jones. Two daughters. 

ScHOPF, Edith Gertrude, 1898,. .318 Beacom Lane, Merion Station, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. John James Boericke. Three sons, one daughter. 
SCHOFF, LotJISE, 1902, 

Penn Laird, Va.; or care of Mrs. Frederic Schoff, 3418 Baring Street, 
Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Private Montessori Kindergarten, 1915-16. 

Married, 1908, Mr. George Edgar Ehrman. One son, one daughter. 

SCHONEMAN, May Cadette, 1899, 

6429 Drexel Road, Overbrook, Philadelphia. 

Lecturer on Contemporary History; School Visitor, 34th Ward, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 
Married, 1900, Mr. Percival M. Sax. Three sons. 

ScHRAM, HiLPA Serena, 1911, . . . .142 South College Street, Decatur, lU. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Rollin Darnall Wood. 

DE Schweinitz, Agnes Julia, 1899, See page 11. 

ScoFiELD, Jane, 1891, Died, 1896. 

Scott, Helen Townsend, 1910, 909 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Scott, Katharine Esther, 1904, 

American Church Mission, Hankow, China. 

Teacher in St. Hilda's School, American Church Mission, Wuchang, China, 1911-14. 

Scott, Margaret, 1904, See page 11. 

Scott, Marion Sturges, 1911, 

Care of Mr. Frank H. Scott, 1620 Corn Exchange Building, Chicago, lU. 

ScRiBNER, Mary Etta, 1912, 258 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Scripture, Winifred, 1912,. . . .300 Central Park West, New York City. 

Director of Athletics in the Dwight School, Englewood, N. J., 1915-16. 

ScuDDER, Atala Thayer, 1915, 

112 WiUow Street, Brookboi, New York City. 

Medical Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1915-16. 

ScuDDER, Sylvia Church, 1901, 19 Buckingham Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1904, Mr. IngersoU Bowditch. Two sons, one daughter. 

Sears, Margaret, 1914, Prospect Street, Framingham, Mass. 

Student of Household ISconomics in the Garland School, Boston, Mass., 1914-16. 

Seaver, Harriet Frances, 1907, . . 199 St. Paul Street, Brooldine, Mass. 

Teacher of Grade Work in the New England Peabody Home for Crippled Children, Hyde 
Park, Mass., 1915-16. 

Seeds Nellie Marguerite, 1908, Toledo University, Toledo, O. 

Married, 1908, Dr. Scott Hearing. Two sons (one f 1911). 

Seely, Bertha Warner, 1905, 7 Oxford Street, Montclair, N. J. 

Secretary, Conventions and Conferences Department, National Board of the Y. W. C. A., 
1911-16. 

Seely, Evelyn Elizabeth, 1910, 17 Oxford Street, Montclair, N. J. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1911, Mr. Lambert Lincoln Jackson. 

Selleck Anne, 1904, 435 West 119th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Art and History of Art, St. Agatha, New York City, 1913-16. 

Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley, 1903, 4 Hawthorn Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Writer, 1913-16. 



58 Bachelors of Arts 

Sergeaxt, Kathakin-z. 191-i. 1933 East 73rd Street, Cleveland, O. 

Assistant, Cleveland Industrial Surrey of Cripples, 1915-16. 
Married, 1915, ilr. Ernest Angell. 

Seth, Feaxces BrEBEiDGE, 1902, .. .Windsor, "VTalbrook, Baltimore, ^Md. 

SsTuorE, Claea Hitchcock, 1900, 

The Choate School, "Wallingford, Conn. 

Married, 1906, Mr. George Clare St. John. Two daughters (^one t 1907;, fvro sons. 

Setmotje, Elizabeth Day, 1897, See page 11. 

Shaemax, Lou ISIat, 1912, 309 South 5th Street, Reading, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Lieutenant Walter Stardey De Lany. 

Shaep, Hexeietta Wogan, 1910, Newville, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1910-16. 

Shaepless, Edith Fobstthe, 1905, 

Haverford, Pa.; after August, 1916, Tenno Cho, Mito, Japan. 

Teacher in Friends' ^lission. Mito, Japan, 1912-16; on leave of absence and Student, Brjn 
Mawr College and Drexel Institute, 1915-16. 

Shaepless, Ltdia Tetmble, 1908, 8 Margui Street, Westerty, E. I. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Hariey Ciiace Perry. One daughter, one son. 

Shaw, Evel-tnt Wells, 1914, 1130 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

Shaw, Helen Hastixgs, 1914, . . 77 Englewood Avenue, Brookhne, Mass. 
Shaw, Kathaeixe Ltdia, 1912, 63 Thorn Street, Sewickley, Pa. 

Pathological Assistant to Physician, 1914-16. 

Sheaeee. Ea.theeixe Elizabeth, 1915, 

305 West Market Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Sheaeee, Axxe Fraxcis, 1902, Shady Hill, Ardmore, Pa. 

Treasurer of Lower ^Merion Township, 1912-16. 

^larried, 1904, Mr. John Armand La.fore. Two sons, one daughter. 

Shearer, Edxa Astox, 1904, See page 7. 

Sheaeee, ALargaret Juliet. 1910,. . .244 Spring Street, New York Cit3^ 

Head Resident, Varick House, "Working Girls' Boarding House, 1914-16. 

Shearmax, Margaret Hxlles, 1895, 

1600 West 7th Street, 'R'ihnington, Del. 

President of the Consumers' League of Delaware, 1909-16. 

Sheldox, Harriet Sheldox, 1915, S9 Lexington Avenue, Columbus, 0. 

Private Tutor, 1915-16. 

Sheldox, Mart, 1913, 38 Bellevue Place, Chicago, 111. 

Shexstoxe, ]Maet Elsie, 1913, 40 Wakner Road, Toronto, Canada. 

District Secretarj-, Bureau of Charities, BrookijTi, X. Y., 1915—16. 

Sheppard, Mart, 1898, . . 229 Harvej^ Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Sherwix, Axne Isabel, 1903, 150 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Teacher of Diction in Miss Lee's School, Boston, and in Miss Woodward's School, Boston, 
Mass., 1915-16. 

Shields, Emily Ledyapj), 1905, See page 11. 

Shipley, Ka.tharixe Mop^as, 1890, BrjTi Mawr, Pa. 

Principal in the Misses Shipley's .School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1S94-1916. 

Shipley, ]Mary Boyd, 1910, Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher of History and Latin in ^Nliss Low and !Miss He^"wood's School, Stamford, Conn., 
1913-16. 

Shippex, Ellex Fraxcis, 1909, ..1217 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, X. J. 
Shippex, Katharixe Bixxey, 1914, 123 South 22nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Secretary, 1915-16. 



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Shoemaker, Jane Gushing, 1905, See page 11. 

Shreve, Harriet Ridgway, 1895, .... 118 Grove Street, Plainfield, N. J. 

Study Hall Teacher in the Alisscs Shipley's School, Bryn Alawr, 1915-16. 

Shugert, Kate Dunlop, 1906, Bellefonte, Pa. 

Sickel, Gorinne, 1901, Bangor Road, Gynwyd, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. R. Henderson Farley. One daughter. 

SiMONDS, Gharlotte Victorine, 1910, 

175 Edwards Street, New Haven, Conn.; or care of Mr. A. D. Hill, 
17 Brimmer Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Nathaniel McLean Sage. One daughter. 

Simpson, Adelaide Douglas, 1913, 87 Hamilton Place, New York Gity. 

Assistant to Registrar, Teachers College, 1914-16. 

Simpson, Frances Marion, 1906, Died, 1910. 

Married, 1908, Dr. George Edward Pfahler. 

Sinclair, Agnes Maitland, 1903, 800 Second Avenue, Gedar Rapids, la. 
Sinclair, Elsie Gampbell, 1897, Died, 1900. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer Hodge. 

Sinclair, Fanny Soutter, 1901, 

Ganton Christian College, Canton, Chiaa. 

Married, 1902, Dr. Andrew Henry Woods. Three sons, two daughters. 

Sinn, Esther Marion, 1904, 15 Clark Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SiPE, DoLLiE Holland, 1899, 5419 Coral Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. James Clifford Bradley. One daughter, one son. 

Skerrett, Dorothy Wentworth, 1914, 3940 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Tutor, 1914-16. 

Slade, Annie Malcom, 1901, Nepperhan Heights, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Student, Woman's Law Class, New York University, and Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 

Sloane, Caroline Swanwick, 1900, 

Care of B. M. Lombard, Esq., 3rd and Madison Streets, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Benjamin Mathews Lombard. Two daughters, one son. 

Smith, Alys Whitall Pearsall, 1890, 

11 St. Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, London, England. 

Volunteer Social and Suffrage Worker. 
Married, 1894, The Hon. Bertrand Russell, 

Smith, Clara Lyford, 1907, See page 11. 

Smith, Clarissa, 1915, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia. 

Secretary to the President of the Drexel Institute, 1915-16. 

Smith, Clarrissa Worcester, 1896, 69 Hobart Avenue, Summit, N. J. 

Recording Secretary, Town Improvement Association, 1915-16. 
Married, 1901, Mr. John Dey. One son, two daughters. 

Smith, Dorothy Ingalls, 1909, . . . .4725 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Volunteer Philanthropic Worker, 1910-16. 

Smith, Elizabeth Baldwin, 1915, . . .1805 Madison Road, Cincinnati, O. 
Smith, Emily James, 1889, 335 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Associate in History, Barnard College, 1914-16. 
Married, 1899, Mr. George Haven Putnam. One son. 

Smith, Helen Twining, 1907, See page 11. 

Smith, Helen Williston, 1906, 

Bloomingdale Hospital, White Plains, N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Dr. Sanger Brown, 2nd. 

Smith, Hilda Worthington, 1910, See page 11. 



60 Badidors oj Arts 

SiHTH, Isabel, 1915, 1565 Vestal Drive, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Teacher in ^liss Wheeler's School, Providence, R. I. 

Smith, Louise Pethbone, 1908, See page 12. 

Smith, JMaegebt, 1911,. . .1009 Edgewood Avenue, Pelham Manor, H. Y. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Dand Franklin Goodnoiw. One son. 

Smith, Maeia Wllkins, 1906, St. Davids, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and ilathematic-s in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mairr, 191-5-16. 

Smith, Mary Cheisttnte, 1914, 

Care of Horace E. Smith, Esq., 1108 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History in the Agnes Irivin School, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Smith, Saba PiOzet jMathee, 1915, 12 West Walton Place, Chicago, HI. 
Smtthemats", HTrr.K Tv Pttgh, 1907,. .1466 Eidgwood Avenue, Lakewood, O. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Allen Tkomag Baldwin. One daughter. 

SjfODGEASS, Kathaeine, 1915, . . . 420 West 118th Street, New York City. 
Sntdeb, Elizabeth, 1903, 9 Wyoming Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Teacher of French and German in the High School, Maiberth, Pa., 1910-16. 
SOTJTHAJBD, JMaEJOEIE WeIGHT, 1914, 

119 St. Marks Place, New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Soxjthgate, Maet, 1911, 14 Weeks Avenue, Hempstead, N. Y. 

Married, 1904, Mr. William Brewster. Two sons, one daughter. 

SPE^"CE, AxGELEEsE Bexedicta, 1915, 238 Union Street, Rockland, Mass. 

Speln'cee, Maet Wobsdale, 1905, 

The Lombardy, P. O. Station N, Baltimcre. ^Id, 

Married, 1909, Dr. J. Kent Worthington. Three daughters. 

Spestcee, Maud Dtr Pur, 1903, Steyning, Sussex, England. 

Married, 1907, Dr. George Holmes L zedale Corhett. Two sons. 

Spoffoed, Baebaba, 1909, 829 Park Avenue, Kew York City. 

Lecturer on Diagnosis of Backward Children, iSew "iork University, 1915—16. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Shepard Ashman Morgan. Two daughters. 

SpBAGrESMiTH, HxLDA, 1909, 135 Parkwood Boulevard, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Vicior Starzf.r.ihi. 

Spey, Gladys, 1912, 1101 Porest Avenue, Evanston, lU. 

Staadeeee, Jexxde IsL, 1S94, 422 East Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 

Teacher of History in the Girls' High School, Louisville, 1899-1916. 

Staxwood, Alice, 1906, Manchester, Mass. 

Volunteer Settlement Worker, 1906—16. 

Staplee, ^Iaetha Gaese, 1905, 55 East 76th Street, New York City. 

Staples, Helex P^., 1593 427 Wrightwood Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

ilarried, 1914, Mr. Daniel U. EUsucorth. 

Steaexs, Ajn^-a, 1911, 37 Orange Street, Kashua, M. H. 

Stechee, Loele Ida, 1912, See page 12. 

Steele, EDrm Plachael, 1913, 214 Delaware Avenue, West Pittston, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and Modem Languages, School of the I^ckaicaima, Scxanton, Pa., 

1915-16. 

Steesee, Amy Loeise, 1899, 1512 Bolton Sfa-eet, Baltimore, Md. 

Steltzee, Elsie Hajnts ah, 1915, .... 2450 ZSTorth 6th Street, Philadelphia. 
Steyess, Alta Cop^-elia, 1909, 4700 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, El. 



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Stevens, Helen Lee, 1902, 

1921 Nineteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1914, Mr. George Dudley Gregory. 

Stevenson, Harriet, 1892, 112 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Married, 1S94, Mr. Edward G. Pinney. Three sons, one daughter. 

Stewart, Margaretta Shaw, 1903, Hastings, Neb. 

Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Charles H. Dietrich. 

Stirling, Jean Wedderburn, 1912, . . . 1616 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Volunteer Philanthropic Worker, 1914-16. 

Stites, Sara Henry, 1899, See page 7. 

Stoddard, Elizabeth Farris, 1902, Plymouth, Mass. 

Stoddard, Virginia Tryon, 1903, See page 12. 

Stoddard, Yvonne, 1913, 197 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Stohr, EJEiNATH, 1913, Oakwood Court West, Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Edward Stiles Davey. One daughter. 

Stoner, Mary Ella, 1898, Frederick, Md. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Arthur Derail Willard. Two sons. 

Storer, Frances Louise, 1910, 2249 Glenwood Avenue, Toledo, O. 

Teacher of English in the Scott High School, Toledo, 1912-16. 

Stotjghton, Leila Roosevelt, 1900, 

106 East 52nd Street, New York City. 

Private Tutor, 1915-16. 

Stout, Gladys, 1909, 10 Wall Street, New York City. 

Straus, Dorothy, 1908, 2 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Lawyer, 1912-16. 

Streeter, Julia, 1900, 405 Edgevale Road, Roland Park, Md. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Henry Gardner. One son, two daughters. 

Streett, Katherine Maynadier, 1915, 

64 Washington Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Head of English Department in the Allegany County Academy, 1915-16. 

Strong, Anne BQervey, 1898, 

Teachers College, Columbia University, New York Cit3^ 

Instructor in Department of Nursing and Health, Teachers College, 1914-16. 

Stuart, Suzette Grundy, 1907, 

Hotel Montague, Montague Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1911-16. 

Sturdevant, Winifred, 1909, Cragsmoor, N. Y. 

Sturgis, Helen Rutgers, 1905, 

500 Cedar Avenue, Richmond Hill, Long Island, N. Y. 

Art Student, New York City, 1915-16. 

SussMAN, Amy, 1902, 2527 Fihinore Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Jesse Henry Steinhart. One daughter. 

SuTCH, Cleora, 1915, 314 West Duval Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Assistant Teacher of History in the William Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Sweet, Emma, 1907, SeUeck, Wash. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Lyman Mark Tondel. One son. 

Swift, Elizabeth, 1911, Died, 1911. 

Swift, Nathalie, 1913, 20 West 55th Street, New York City. 

Student in Library School, New York Public Library, 1915-16. 

Sykes, Edith Ellen, 1903, 5002 Hazel Avenue, Philadelphia. 



62 Bachelors of Arts 

SzoLD, Bektha, 1895, 2104 Chelsea Terrace, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Loui.? Hiram Levin. Two sons, three daughters. 

Taber, Carlotta Lowell, 1915, 26 Daj'ton Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Student in the New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University, 1915-16. 

Taber, Izette, 1910, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Alfred Victor de Forest. One son. 

Taber, Marion Rtssell, 1897, 348 Lexington Avenue, New York City. 

Assistant Secretarv of New York Citv Visiting Committee of State Charities Aid Associa- 
tion, 1912-16; Member of Local S'chool Board, District XII, 1910-16. 

Taet, Helen Herron, 1915, 367 Prospect Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Graduate Student, Yale University, 1915-16. 

Tappan, Elizabeth, 1910, 1419 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of Latin in 2vliss r^Iadeira's School, Washington, D. C, 1912-16. 

Tappan, Julia Buchanan, 1914, .... 1419 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of 3rd and 4th Primarj-, Jefferson School for Boys, Baltimore, 1914-16. 

Tatlock, Jessie Mat, 1900, .... 670 Lexington Avenue, New York City. 

Teacher of Latin in the Misses Master's School, Dobbs Ferry, X. Y., 1906-16. 

Tattersfield, Elsie Hannah, 1905, 

404 West Price Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Walter Dans Banes. 

Taylor, Alice Marion, 1913, Oswego, N. Y. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Perry Gray Burleigh. 

Taylor, Anne, 1889, College Hill, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1891, Mr. Frank Hartwell Simpson. One son, four daughters. 

Taylor, Gertrude Elizabeth, 1893, 633 Francis Street, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1893, Professor Moses Stephen Slaughter. Two daughters (one f 1914, one f 1915). 

Taylor, Helen Mary Anthony, 1905, 

1812 Madison Road, Cincinnati, O. 

Taylor, Marian'na, 1903, St. Davids, Pa. 

Clinician in Women's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1910-16; Practicing Physician, St. Davids, 
1910-16. 

Taylor, Mary Lewis, 1893, Died, 1896. 

Married, 1895, Professor Arthur Stanley Mackenzie. One daughter. 

Taylor, Maey Minor Watson, 1911, 

2001 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Secretary to the Dean and Assistant Registrar, Westhampton College, 1914-16. 

Temple, Maud Elizabeth, 1904, See page 12. 

Tents'ey, Elizabeth Louise, 1910,. . . .389 Ridge Avenue, Wirmetka, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Frederic Goddard Cheney. One daughter. 

Terry, Catherine Louise, 1912, 310 West 105th Street, New York City. 

Modelling, 1915-16. 

Tevis, Julia Antony, 1902, 

The Elms, Strand-on-Green, Chiswick, London, W., England. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Elmer Bloomfield Lane. Two sons, one daughter. 

Thacher, Henrietta Foster, 1901, 

216 Edwards Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Glendinning's School, New Haven, 1915-16, and Volun- 
teer Social Worker, 1911-16. 

Thayer, Aurie Cleves, 1900, 2023 O Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Maynard Kauffman Yoakam,. One son (f 1906), one daughter. 

Thayer, Ellen, 1907, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Reader in French, Brjm Mawr College, 1914-16 and Teacher of French in the Phebe Ann^ 

Thome Model School, 1915-16, 



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Thayek, Margaret, 1905, 80J^ School Street, Concord, N. H. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Frank Jones Sulloway. One daughter. 

Thomas, Anne Heath, 1897, See page 12. 

Thomas, Elsie Cecil, 1903, 28 West Greenwood Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Edward McGinley. One son, one daughter. 

Thomas, Helen Whitall, 1893, . . 150 East 61st Street, New York City. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Simon Flexner. Two sons. 

Thomas, Jessie Dunlap, 1907, 

219 South FrankUn Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Z. Plait Bennett. One daughter. 

Thomas, Louise Miner, 1901, 

142 South FrankHn Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Member of Board of Free Kindergarten Federation, 1914-16. 

Thomas, Margaret Cheston, 1889, 

1004 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Chairman of East Baltimore Branch of Y. W. C. A., 1904-16, Minister in the Society of 

Friends, Baltimore; President of Peace Party of Maryland, 1915-16. 
Married, 1893, Mr. Anthony Morris Carey. Four sons, two daughters. 

Thomas, Martha Gibbons, 1890, Whitford, Pa. 

Warden of Pembroke Hall East and West, 1905-16. 

Thomas, Miriam, 1902, .See page 12. 

Thompson, Catherine Reichenbach, 1912, 

5534 Raleigh Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Teacher of English and Psychology in the Ossining School for Girls, Ossining, N. Y., 
1915-16. 

Thompson, Charlotte de Macklot, 1896, See page 12. 

Thompson, Elizabeth, 1909, 1350 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Thompson, Elizabeth Taylor, 1907, Died, 1914. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Herbert Malcolm Remington. Two daughters. 

Thompson, Emma Osborn, 1905, 213 South 50th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Chemistry in the Girls' High School, West Philadelphia, 1912-16. 

Thompson, Lucille 1914, 922 Farragut Terrace, Philadelphia. 

Secretary to Mr. Harold Peirce, New York Life Insurance Company, 1915-16. 

Thompson, Marjorie La Monte, 1912, 

210 South 42nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Superintendent of Women's Department of Philadelphia Branch of State Employment 
Bureau and Vice-President of College Equal Suffrage League, 1915-16. 

Thomson, Mary Marjory, 1915, Lowerre Summit, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Thorne, Luella H., 1890, Died, 1897. 

Thornton. Janet, 1906, 81 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass. 

Registrar and Assistant in Research, Boston Dispensary, 1914-16. 

Thurber. Mary Tyler, 1899, R. F. D. 3, Framingham, Mass. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Henry Sturgis Dennison. Two sons (one t 1907), three daughters. 

Thurston, Margaret Gertrude, 1905, 106 State Street, Portland, Me. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1909-16. 

Thwing, Apphia Stanley, 1913,. . .84 Prescott Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Volunteer Consumers' League Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Roy Kenneth Hack. 

TiLLEY, Lydia Lois, 1895, 611 West 156th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of German in the Morris High School, New York City, 1911-16. 



64 Bachelors oj Arts 

TrxKEE^ PtUTH, 1915, -Bedford Park, Stamford, Conn. 

Teacher in Miss Paxton's School, Stamford, Conn., and Graduate Student in German, 

Columbia University,. 191.5—16. 

Todd, A2<rs^ HAiiPTOX, 1902, 2115 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

School Visitor, 8th "tt'ard, Philadelphia, 1912-16. 

ToxGrr, Maet Va2s- Aesdat.k, 1913, 

116 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, 'Md. 

Student of Design, l&l-i-l-S. 

ToTTEX, Edith, 1902, 

Hartley House, 413 West 46th Street, ^ ew York City. 

Resident 'Worker, Hartlej- House .Settlement, 1915—16. 

ToTtxE, Elizabeth WnxiAiis, 1898, See page 12. 

Tcnxz, Maet ErTTEE, 1S99, See page 12. 

Teacy, AIaetha, 1898, 5138 Wayne Avenue, Gennantown, Philadelphia. 

Professor of Physiological Chemistry, Woman's iledical College of Pennsjlvania, TVorker 
under Huntington Fund for Cancer Research of New York City, 1913-16. 

Teedwat, Helex, 1911, See page 12. 

Themain, Elolse Rlithvex, 1904, 

139 West Gorgas Street, :Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 
Teacher of History in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1909-16. 

Teimble, Helen Bell, 1902, See page 12. 

Teoet, Ethel Wendell, 1901, 

11 North Aberdeen Place, Chelsea, Atlantic Citj^ X. J. 

First Assistant in Editorial Department, PresbJ^e^ian Board of Publication and Sabbath 
School Work, Philadelphia, 1913-16. 

Teeitt, Ada Viola, 1905, 4713 Hazel Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Tell, Alice Weight, 1904, St. Da^-ids, Pa. 

Student of Music, 1912-16. 

Tenbetdge, Helen Elizabeth, 1897, Died, 1909. 

Teenee, Geace, 1913, 300 Grayhng Avenue, Xarberth, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and English in the High School, Narberth, Pa., 191-1-16. 

Tettle, Reth Alden, 1915, 116 HoweU Street, Canandaigua, X. Y . 

Ttlee, Sesan Banceoet, 1903, 1303 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Ullman"n, Maegaeet, 1904, 250 East Central Avenue, Highland Park, 111. 

Beekeeper, 1907-16. 

Utlet, Catheeine ZvIeeea, 1907, 926 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 

^Married, 1910, J/r. George Edwin Hill. 

Vail, Claea Waeeen, 1897, Grej- House, Ardsley-on-Hudson, X. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Henry Stanford Brooks. Four sons (tvro f 1907j, one daughter. 

Vael, Eiult Rachel, 1891, 

125 West Chelten Avenue, Germantovm, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English and German in the Bennett Memorial School, London, Ey., 1915-16. 

Van Hoen, EinLY Ellison, 1915,. . . .Heathcote Road, Scarsdale, X. Y. 

Student in Secretarial Course, Columbia University, 1915-16. 

Van Kiek, Edith Loeise, 1898, 1333 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Van Ejek, Susan Feances, 1894, 1333 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and English in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1S99-1916. 

Van Retpen, Alletta Louise, 1900, 

Xorra Kajen 10, Helsingfors, Finland. 

Married, 1905, Baron Serge Alexander Korf. One son, one daughter. 



Bachelors of Arts 65 

Van Schaack, Albione Libby, 1910, 

1028 Greenwood Boulevard, Evanston, lU. 

Van Wagenen, Katheina Holland, 1904, 

Care of American Presbyterian Mission, Changsha, Hunan, China. 

Missionary in China, 1912-15. 

Van Wagenen, Mary Lacy, 1909, . . 100 Cleveland Street, Orange, N. J. 
Vauclain, Maky, 1904, Darlington Road, East End, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Franklin Abbott. One daughter. 

Venntjm, Mary Durham, 1913, Shoreham Hotel, Los Angeles, Cal. 

VicK, Ethel Phillips, 1908, Dudley Avenue, Newport, R. I. 

Married, 1913, Lieutenant Comtnander Robert Wallace, U. S. N. 

VicKERS, Florence Childs, 1898, See page 12. 

Vincent, Isabel Darlington, 1912, 1326 East 58th Street, Chicago, lU. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Paul Vincent Harper. One son. 

Wade, Clara Louise Whipple, 1904, 646 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek in the Charlton School, New York City, 1911-16. 

Wade, Grace Bennett, 1906, Ruxton, Md. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Ernest Douglas Le'sering. Three sons. 

Wade, Ruth Anita, 1909, Columbia Falls, Mont. 

Married, 1914, Mr. William Lindsey Fitzsimmo7is. One daughter. 

Wagner, Caroline Frances, 1903, 

128 West Tulpehocken Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Waldo, Alice Goddard, 1904^ Hopkins Hall, Burlington, Vt. 

Teacher of History and French, Hopkins Hall, Burlington, Vt., 1913-16. 

Walker, Amy Morehead, 1911, 5328 Hyde Park Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Editor, "Life and Labor," 1915-16. 
Married, 1914, Professor James Alfred Field. 

Walker, Anna Martha, 1895, 

1136 South Alvarado Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Walker, Esther, 1911, Died, 1914. 

Walker, Ethel, 1894, See page 12. 

Walker, Evangeline Holcombe, 1893, 

424 St. Ronan Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1895, Professor Charles McLean Andrews. One son, one daughter. 

Walker, Evelyn, 1901, 119 Park Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Registrar, Simmons College, 1910-16. 

Walker, Susan Grimes, 1893, 7 Greenough Avenue, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Secretary, School Voters' League, 1910-11, 1913-16; Secretary, Massachusetts Political 

Equality ITnion, 191.5-16. 
Married, 1901, Mr. Richard Y. FitzGerald. Three daughters, one son. 

Wallace, Eleanor Wigton, 1903, 

Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Henry Meech Loomis. 

Wallace, Elsie Amelia, 1907, Oswego, Ore. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Aman Moore. One daughter. 

Wallace, Marjorie Newton, 1908, .... 7 Grover Street, Auburn, N. Y. 

Married, 1910, Professor Robert Hastings Nichols. One daughter, one son. 

Waller, Mary Kirk, 1908, River Forest, lU. 

Wallerstein, Ruth Coons, 1914, 

253 West Hortter Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Scholar, University of Pennsylvania, 1915-16. 



66 Bachelors of Arts 

WaltePv. Maejoeie Fa^-^ie, 1912; 88 Central Park West, New York Citj'. 

Student of Political .Science, Columbia University, 1914—16. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Hou-ard Lehman Goodhart. One daughter. 

Waxtehs, Adelixe B., 1896, 5734 jMalcolm Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Horace Edmund Guilloii. 

Walton, Anne Gaeeett, 1909, 212 West Front Street, JNIedia, Pa. 

Teacher of New Testament Historj- in the Baldwin School, Brj-n Mawr, and Volunteer 

Social Worker, 191.5-16. 

Ward, Jaxe Shaw, 1905, 

Young Women's Christian Association, Shanghai, China. 

Secretarj' of the Y. W. C. A. of Shanghai, 1913-16. 

Wakd, Mtriam Elsie, 1914, 417 Narberth Avenue, Xarberth, Pa. 

Waee, Claea Ceosbt, 1910, Hingham, INIass. 

Graduate Student in Zoologj', Columbia University, 1913-lG, and Assistant in Zoologj-, 
Barnard College, 1915—16. 

Waen-er, Albeeta Htntkle, 1905, Duffrj-n ]Mawr, Pa. 

Registrar and Teacher of English in the National School of Elocution and Oratorj", Phila- 
delphia, 1915-16. 

Waenee, Maegaket, 1895, Tryon, N. C. 

Waeeen, Maet Edwixa, 1914, 41 ^Middlesex Road, Chestnut Hill, ]Mass. 

Washbtien, Maegaeet, 1908, 

2221 Humboldt Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Harold Olney Hunt. One son. 

Wateebiiry, Ada Floeence, 1905, 16 East 52nd Street, Xew York City. 

Student of Painting and Singing in New York, 1915-16. 

Watson, Louise, 1912, Yarrow West, Br]."n ^VlavvT, Pa. 

Business Manager, Brj-n ^lawr College, 1915-16. 

Wattson, Floeence Trotter, 1903, 

Care of U. S. S. "Cresham," Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1914, Lieutenant Muller S. Hay. 

Waynt:, Frajsxes Charlotte, 1903, 4820 Florence Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Henry James Barr. One son. 

Weaver, Beatrice, 1902, Newburgh, X. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Albert Reese. 

Weaver, Elizabeth Waldeon Xoeman, 1915, 

34 E.hode Island Avenue, Xevport, R. I. 

Webb, Celeste, 1910, 

Homewood Apartment, Charles Street Avenue, Baltimore, ]\Id. 

Assistant to General Secretarj' of the St. Louis Y. W. C. A., 1915-16. 

Webstee, Malloey Whiting, 1915, 3023 Clifton Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Weil, Mathilde, 1892, 1730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Photographer and Reader of MSS., 1896-1910. 

Welles, Anna, 1908, 435 West 119th Street, Xew York City. 

Married, 1915, Mr. John Wylie Brown. 

Welles, Carlotta, 1912, 92 Avenue Henri IMartin, Paris, France. 

Student of Music, 1912-16; Volunteer Relief 'Worker in Paris, 1914-16. 

Wells, Rttth, 1911, Hanover, X'. H. 

Teacher of English in the Bald^^in School, BrjTa Mawr, Pa., 1913-16. 

Wesner, Mary Boyde, 1910, 403 Xorth 33rd Street, Pliiladelphia. 

Wesson, Cynthia Maria, 1909, See page 12. 

Westling, Catheein-e Lillie, 1914, 437 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Trench and German at St. Anne's School, Charlottesville, Va., 1914-15. 



Bachelors of Arts 67 

Weston, Dorothy Vivian, 1914, Weston's Mills, N. Y. 

Bryn Mawr Fellow of the College Settlements Association, Resident in the College Settle- 
ment, Philadelphia, and Carola Woerishoffer Scholar in Social Economy and Social Re- 
search, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-1(3. 

Wetherill, Edith, 1892, 318 West 75th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1900, Dr. Frederick Merwin Ives. Two daughters, three sons'. 

Weygandt, Sophia, 1889, 

105 West Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1894, Mr. John McArthur Harris. One son, one daughter. 

White, Amelia Elizabeth, 1901, 18 West 69th Street, New York City. 
White, Anne Lindsay, 1914, ...... .323 Hamilton Street, Evanston, lU. 

White, Emma Vestine, 1909, 202 South 39th Street, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-16. 

Married, 1912, Professor Howard Hawkes Mitchell. 

White, Esther Mary, 1906, 163 Queen Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History and French, Friends' Select School, Philadelphia, 1909-16. 

White, Leda Florence, 1904, 1230 Amsterdam Avenue, New York City. 

Statistical Secretary for Chairman of Commission on the Welfare of Teachers in Elementary 
and Secondary Schools in New York State, 1915-16. 

White, Martha Root, 1903, 18 West 69th Street, New York City. 

White, Mary Elizabeth, 1900, New Canaan, Conn. 

Volunteer Philanthropic Worker, 1909-16. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Charles O. Miller, Jr. One son (f 1914), two daughters (one f 1914). 

Whitehead, Anna Marion, 1897, 464 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Edwin Herbert Grafton. One daughter, two sons. 

Whitelaw, Hazel Cooper, 1908, 41 Apawamis Avenue, Rye, N. Y. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Benjamin Nields, Jr. Two sons. 

Whiting, Agnes Mary, 1894, 284 Pine Street, Springfield, Mass. 

Worker in Metal, Deerfield Industries, 1907-16. 
Married, 1899, Air. Philip Henry Wynne. 

Whiting, Elizabeth, 1904, 

224 East Wister Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1910-16. 

Whitney, Annie Leslie, 1909, Adams Street, Milton, Mass. 

Teacher in Milton Academy, 1912-16. 

Whittemore, Alice, 1910,. . .715 Madison Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Wilbur, Constance Caroline, 1911, 

711 Grand Avenue, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Neptune Township High School, 1912-16. 

Wilbur, Florence Lenore, 1910, 711 Grand Avenue, Asbiu-y Park, N. J. 

Teacher of Modern Languages in the High School, Red Bank, N. J., 1911-16. 

WiLDMAN, Marion Kirk, 1910, NewviUe, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Perry William McLaughlin. 

Wilkinson, Laura E., 1898, Fort Wayne, Ind, 

Married, 1902, Mr. Asa M. Tyler. 

WiLLETS, Katherine Taber, 1896, Died, 1908. 

Married, 1892, Mr. Alfred A. Gardner. 

Williams, Constance Martha, 1901, 26 Quincy Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Joseph Warren. Three sons, one daughter. 

Williams, Esther, 1907, 43 Randolph Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

Teacher of History and English in the Milton Academy, Milton, 1907-16. 

Williams, Helen Elizabeth, 1898, 309 South 16th Street, Philadelphia. 

Secretary of the Board of Managers of the Evening Home and Library Association, 1906- 
16; Member of the Board of Managers of the Visiting Nurse Society, 1903-16; Member 
of the Board of Directors of the Abington Library Society, 1904-16. 



68 Bachelors of Arts 

WiLLLUis, Kate, 1900, . . 177 Thirteenth East Street, Salt Lake Citj', Utah. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-lG. 

Williams, Kate Elizabeth, 1900, 485 Palmetto Drive, Pasadena, Cal. 
WiLLLois, I^THARiXE Delaxo, 1914, 15 Conunon Street, Dedham, Mass. 

Student Secretarj- for Kings Chapel, 1914-16. 

Williams, Makgaret Sanderson, 1914, 

207 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Aid. 

In charge of Out-of-Door School, and Reader of English Compositions, Brj'n Mawr School, 
Baltimore, 191.5-16. 

Williams, Mart Almiea, 1911, .... 1333 Buckland Avenue, Fremont, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Homer Sherman. Two sons. 

WiLSGN, Elizabeth Dlxon, 1908, Lansdowne, Pa. 

WiLSOx, Helen Adams, 1903, Care of Portland Academj', Portland, Ore. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin, Portland Academy, Portland, 1914—16. 

Wilson, Margaretta B.uley, 1905, 

South Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdo-mie, Pa. 

WiNDLE, Letitia Btjtler, 1907, 

20 East Washington Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Stevens School, Germantown, Philadelphia, 1909—16. 

Wines, Emma. Stansburt, 1894, See page 12. 

WiNSLOW, Philena Clarke, 1903, 135 Commercial Street, Portland, Me. 
WiNSOR, Elizabeth Ware, 1892, . . Dudley Road, Xewton Centre, Mass. 

Member of Committee on Women's Kesidence, South End House, Boston, 1907—16, Presi- 
dent of the Montessori Educational Association, Boston Branch and Member of the 
Corporation of Simmons College, 1915-16. 

Married, 1898, Professor Henry Greenleaf Pearson. Three sons, two daughters (one t 1901, 
one t 1906). 

Winter, Agnes Mary, 1907, 

4613 Wayne Avenue, Germanto^Ti, Philadelphia. 

Worker in "Lighthouse" Settlement, Philadelphia, 1908-15. 

WiTHERSPOON, Fannie IMat, 1909, 164 Waverly Place, New York City. 

Secretarj- and Assistant Treasurer, Womans' Auxilliary to the New York Civil Service 
Reform Association and ^'olunteer Socialist and Siiffrage Worker, 1914—16; Worker 
for Anti-enlistment League, 191.5-16. 

Withtngton, Mart CorcH, 1906, 287 Willow Street, Xew Haven, Conn. 

Cataloguer, Yale L'niversity Librarj-, 1914-16. 

WoERiSHOFFER, Carola, 1907, Died, 1911. 

Wolff, Dorothy Sybil, 1912, 84 Prescott Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Student of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1915-16. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Paul Howard Douglas. 

Wood, Agxes Penman, 1912, 234 Walnut Avenue, Waj-ne, Pa. 

Wood, Bertha Gordon, 1898, 122 Hawthorn Street, New Bedford, IMass. 

Head Teacher, Cathedral School of St. Man.-, Garden City, X. Y., 1910-16. 

Wood, Eleanor Dexxistoux, 1902, 

Hotel Puritan, Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Joseph Clark Hoppin. 

\\'ooD, Marxette, 1909, 2200 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1915, Dr. James H. Chesnntt. 

Wood, Mart, 1900, Lookout Mt. Orchard, Fort Pa^-ne, Ala. 

:Married, 1909, Mr. T. Willard Ayres. Three sons. 

Wood, Ruth Blanche Isabella, 1904, 55 Tanvard Lane, Bristol, R. I. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Philip De Wolf. Two daughters. 



Former European Fellows 69 

WooDELTON, Grace Adaline, 1905, Elkins Park, Pa. 

Attorney at Law, 1911-16. 

Woodruff, Clara Lucelia, 1904, .... 207 Arthur Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Robert Alonzo Hull. One son. 

Woodruff, Lelia True, 1907, 

724 Locust Avenue, German town, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Francis Joseph Stokes. Two sons. 

WooLDRiDGE, Grace La Pierre, 1909, 

2314 Lincohi Park West, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Edwin Peter Deices. Two daughters. 

Workman, Anna Cheney, 1905, 

Corner York and Ashbourne Roads, Elkins Park, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Robert Money Stinson. 

WoRTHiNGTON, Maey Dorothy Whitall, 1910, Died, 1912. 

Wray, Edith Sophia, 1901, 887 South 7th Street, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Married, 1904, 7"he Rev. Clyde Cecil Holliday. One son, three daughters (one t 1909). 

Wright, Edith Buell, 1900, 739 Jeffer.son Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Wright, Lois Meta, 1903, Died, 1909. 

Wright, Mabel Clara, 1902, 5238 Catherine Sti'eet, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of French in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1906-16. 

Wright, Marian Adams, 1891, 71 Francis Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1893, Mr. Thomas Henry O'Connor. Married, 1899, Mr. Timothy Walsh. Two 
sons, four daughters. 

Wright, Marion Lucy, 1901, 

Washington Road, Grosse Pointe Village, Mich. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Robert Laughlin Messimer. One son, one daughter. 

Wyeth, Helen Elizabeth, 1906, 

Care of J. B. Wyeth, Esq., 1814 North Bouvier Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. .Joseph Otis Peirce. One son (f 1912). 

Yaknall, Emma, 1911, 229 West Beaver Street, State College, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Albert Ogden Vorse. One son. 

Young, Marjorie, 1908, 294 Ashmont Street, Boston, Mass. 

Volunteer Settlement Worker, 1909-16; Student in Drama, Radcliffe College, 1913-16. 

Young, Rose, 1907, 1710 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Painter, 1913-16. 

Zebley, Helen Mary, 1898, 

320 Springfield Avenue, Chestnut HiU, Philadelphia. 

Zeckwer, Isolde Therese, 1915, . . 106 North 34th Street, Philadelphia. 

Student, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1915-16. 



Former Holders of European Fellowships. 
Balch, Emily Greene, See page 15. 

Bryn iMawr European Fellow, 1889-90. 

Becker, Amanda Fredricka, . . 5709 Von Versen Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

President's European Fellow, 1903-04. 
Married, 1911, Mr. William Hardy Montague. 

BiLLMEYER, Helen May, See page 16. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1902-03. 

Bley, Helen MIjller, See page 17. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1910-11. 



70 Former European Fellows 

Bo^TTzcor, !Map.G-Vret, See page 17. 

Brj-n Mavn Eur;-: r. : rllow, 1909-10. 

BoETSG, AucE MiDDLETONf, See page 5. 

Mary E. Garre:- Z ^- :i _ v:::^, 1907-OS. 

BoTJKLAJNiD, CAP.OLr>:E Bp-OWM, See page 5. 

Maiy E. Garrett European Fellow, 1900-01. 

Beeed, Mabt Bidwell, See page 5. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1894-95. 

Bbooks, Hakbikt,. 990 Queen Marj-'s Ptoad, Montreal, Canada. 

President's European Fellow. 1902-03. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Prank H. Pitcher. One daughter, two sons. 

Bbowkell, Louise Sheffteu), See page 19. 

Bryn Ma,vrr European FeUow, 1893-94. 

Beitsstae, ]Maegaeet Elizabeth, See page 19. 

Maiy E. Garrett Eiiropean Fellow, 1911—12. 

Cadt, Mary LotjISe, 48 North Churcli Street, Decatur, Ga. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1906-07. Professor of History, Agnes Scott College, 
Decatur, 1910-16. 

Cam, Norah, See page 8. 

Bryn ^lawr European Fellow, 1912—13. 

Claixts, Edith Fbajstces, See page 5. 

ilary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1899-1900. 

CoiTLTEB, CoK^TELiA Catux, See page 5. 

President's EuToi)ean Fellow, 190S-09. 

Et.TjTS, Eleex Deborah, See page 5, 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1901-02. 

EitEBY, AxxE Ceosby, See page 5. 

Bryn ilawr European FeUow, 1892-93. 

FixiSHEB, Eeeaxoe Lotte, .See page 29. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1903-04. 

Fosteb, Feaxces Aeles, See page 5. 

ilary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1912-13. 

Gibbons, Yebxette Lois, See page 5. 

President's European FeUow, 1912-13. 

Giles, Eulex Rose, See page 9. 

President's European Fellow, 1897—98. 

Hat.t. , Edith Ha-ywaed, See page 6. 

Mary E. Garrert European Fellow, 1903-04. 

HAinxTOJf, Edith, See page 9. 

ilary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1895-96. 

HAinxTox, Maegaeet, See page 34. 

Bryn ^lawr European Fellow, 1897-98. 

Haxxa, Maey Auce, Trenton, jVIo. 

Mary E. Garrett European FeUow, 1913-14. FeUow by Courtesy and Graduate Scholar 
in History, Bryn ilawr CoUege, 1914^16. 

Haedy, Coea, See page 34. 

Bryn iMawr European FeUow. 1899-1900. 

Habmox, EstheBj See page 6. 

President's European 'FeUow, 1907-08. 

Habbisox, Jajct: An2vetta, La Plata, Mo. 

Ottendorfer Memorial Research FeUow, 1910-11. Instructor in German in the Misses 
Shipley's School, Bryn INfawr, 1914—16, and Graduate Student and FeUow by Courtesy 
in German, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1915-16. 



Former European Fellows 71 

Hill, Virginia Greer, See page 36. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1907-08. 

King, Helen Maxwell, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1910-11. Instructor in French Language and Litera- 
ture, Smith College, 1914-16. 

Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, See page 6. 

President's European Fellow, 1898-99. 

Langenbeck, Clara, 803 North Eutaw Street, Baltimore, Md. 

President's European Fellow, 1896-97. 

Leftwich, Florence, See page 6. 

Bryn ]\Iawr European Fellow, 1895-96. 

Lewis, Florence Parthenia, 2435 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

President's European Fellow, 1899-1900. Associate Professor, Goueher College, 1913-16. 

Lewis, Matone, See page 43. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1908-09. 

Lowengrund, Helen Moss, See page 10. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1906-07. 

Maddison, Isabel, See page 6. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1894-95. 

Martin, Emilie Norton, See page 6. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1897-98. 

Morse, Kate Niles, 24 Park Street, Haverhill, Mass. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1901-02. 

Nichols, Helen Hawley, See page 6. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1908-09. 

NowLiN, Nadine, 1144 Louisiana Street, Lawrence, Kan. 

President's European Fellow, 1906-07. Assistant Professor of Zoologj', University of 
Kansas, 1913-16. 

Park, Marion Edwards, See page 11. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1898-99. 

Pabkhurst, Helen Htjss, See page 11. 

President's European Fellow, 1913-14. 

Pabris, Marion, See page 6. 

Bryn Mawr Research Fellow, 1906-07. 

Peebles, Florence, See page 6. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1898-99. 

Perkins, Elizabeth Mart, See page 6. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1900-01. 

PiNisnEY, Mary Edith, Wilson. Kan. 

President's European Fellow, 1911-12. Demonstrator and Graduate Student in Biology. 
Bryn Ma^nT CoUege, 1913-16. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, See page 6. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1896-97. 

Reimer, Marie, See page 7. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1902-03. 

Roe, Adah Blanche, See page 7. 

Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1911-12, 1913-14. 

Sampson, Lillian Vaughan, See page 11. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1891-92. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, See page 7. 

Special European Fellow, 1909-10. 

ScHAEFFER, Helen Elizabeth, See page 7. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1905-06. 



72 Former Resident Fellows 

ScHENCK, Eunice Mokgan, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1910-11. 

Schmidt, Gertrup Charlotte, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1904-05. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1905-06. 

Shields, Emily Ledyard, See page 11. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1905-06. 

Shipley, Katharine Morris, See page 58. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1890-91. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1901-02. 

Stites, Sara Henry, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1900-01. 

Stoddard, Yvonne, See page 61. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1914-15. 

Swindler, Mary Hamilton, See page 7. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1909-10. 

Traver, Hope, See page 7. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1904-05. 

Tredway, Helen, See page 12. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1911-12. 

Wade, Clara Louise Whipple, See page 65. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1904-05. 

Warren, Winifred, See page 7. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow% 1896-97. 

Weusthoff, Anna Sophie, 106 Northern Avenue, New York City. 

Special Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1907-08. Holder 

of Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellowship in Teutonic Philology, 1908-09. 
Married, 1914, Mr. Joseph Albert Mosher. 



Former Resident Fellows. 
Albert, Grace, See page 8. 

Fellow in History, 1903-04. 

Atkinson, Mabel, 28 Colville Square, Baj'swater W., London, England. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1902-03. 

Aven, Anna Ward, 401 East Market Street, Greenwood, Miss. 

Fellow in Latin, 1908-09. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Williayn Madison Whittinglon. Two daughters (one f 1913). 

Baker, Mabel Whitman, 3100 Newark Street, Washington, D. C. 

Fellow in Latin, 1896-97. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Alfred Hulse Brooks. One son, one daughter. 

Bancroft, Jane M., 425 Cass Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Fellow in History, 1885-86. 

Married, 1891, Mr. George Orrille Robinson. 

Bartlett, Helen, See page 5. 

Fellow in English, 1893-94. 

de Beauregard, Esther Tontant, 117 Collier Street, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1894-95. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Percy James Robinson. One son. 



Former Resident Fellows 73 

Beckwith, Minnie Ada, 30 Home Street, New London, Conn. 

Fellow in Latin, 1903-04. Head of Latin Department in the Baldwin School, Brvn Mawr, 
Pa., 1912-16. 

Benneson, Cora Agnes, 3 Phillips Place, Cambridge, Mass. 

Fellow in H-story, 1887-88. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Cambridge, 1894-1916; 
Special Commissioner in Massachusetts, 1895-1916; Member of Massachusetts Bar 
Association, 1915. 

Bills, Marion Almira, 234 Cutler Street, Allegan, Mich. 

Fellow in Psychology, 1913-15. 

Blake, Sue Avis, ' See page 8. 

Fellow in Physics, 1906-07. 

Blanchard, Elizabeth Miller, See page 17. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1889-90. 

Boeing, Alice Middleton, See page 5. 

Fellow in Biology, 1906-07. 

Bourland, Caroline Brown, See page 5. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1898-99. 

Bowerman, Helen Cox, See page 5. 

Fellow in Archa;ology, 1909-11. 

Bramhall, Edith Clementine, Rockf ord College, Rockford, 111 

Fellow in History, 1898-99. Professor of History and Economics, Rockford College, 
1902-16. 

Brombacher, Caroline Garnar, 177 Woodruff Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1896-97. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Sidney G. Stacey. 

Brooks, Harriet, See page 70. 

Fellow in Physics, 1901-02. 

Brownell, Jane Louise, See page 8. 

Fellow in Political Science, 1893-94. 

Brusstar, Margaret Elizabeth, See page 19. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1910-11. 

Burnley, Mary Cloyd, 1029 Grove Street, Evanston, 111. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1897-98. 

Married, 1909, The Rev. James Madison Siifler. Two daughters. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, See page 5. 

Fellow in Biology, 1894-95. 

Cady, Mary Louise See page 70. 

Fellow in Greek, 1905-06." 

Calderhead, Iris Gallant, Marysville, Kan. 

Fellow in English, 1912-13. Teacher in the High School, Wichita, Kans., 1915-16. 

Cam, Helen Maud, Paulers Pury Rectory, Towcester, England. 

Fellow in History, 1908-09. Assistant Lecturer in History, Royal Holloway College, 
1912-16. 

Campbell, Gertrude Hildreth, . . 71 Sycamore Street, Providence, R. I. 

Fellow in English, 1913-14. Mary E. Garrett Fellow and Research Student, British 
Museum, London, 1915-16. 

Chamberlain, Ethel Mary, 89 Migeon Avenue, Torrington, Conn. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1908-09. Volunteer Suffrage V^^orker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1911, Mr. Gail Quincy Porter. One son. 

Clark, Mabel Parker, See page 8. 

Fellow in English, 1889-90. 

Clarke, Mary Patterson, 721 Illinois Street, Lawrence, Kan. 

Fellow in History, 1906-07. Teacher of Historj' in Alissouri Christian College, Camden 
Point, Mo., 1915-16. 



74 Former Resident Fellows 

Clough, Ida Prescott, 37 Cedar Street, Somerville, Mass. 

Fellow in Latin, 1900-01. 

Cole, Anna Lewis, 7135 Boyer Street, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1895-96. Instructor in French in the Germantown High 
School for Girls, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Colin, Ther^sb F., Died, 1913. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1893-94. 
Married, — - — , Mr. Alfred Colin. 

Cooper, Elva, 4521 Nineteenth Avenue, N. E., Seattle, Wash. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1907-08. 

Married, 1913, Professor Carl Edward Magnv.sson. 

Coulter, Cornelia Catlin, See page 5. 

Fellow in Latin, 1909-10. 

Crawford, Thyra, 2213 Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in German, 1911-12. Instructor in German, William Penn High School for Girls, 
Philadelphia, 1912-16. 

Ctjmmings, Louise Duffield. , See page 5. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1898-99. 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, See page 9. 

Fellow in Greelc, 1912-14. 

Davis, Sarah White, Lapeer, Mich. 

Fellow in History, 1910-11. Inatruetor in History, Margaret Morrison Carnegie School, 
Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1914-16. 

Daw, Elizabeth Beatrice, Spottswood, N. J. 

Fellow in English, 1914-15. Mary Richardson and Lydia Pratt Babbott Fellow of Vassar 
College and Graduate Scholar and Fellow bv Courtesy in English, Brvn Mawr College, 
1915-16. 

Denis, Willey, 

Laboratory of Biological Chemistry, Harvard Medical School, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1902-03. Chemist to the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 
1913-16. 

Dover, Mary Violette, 

194 Hunter Street East, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1905-06. Instructor in Chemistry, University of Mis ouri, 1915-16. 

Downey, Katherine Melvina, Wheaton, Minn. 

Fellow in Physics, 1913-14. Instructor in Physics, Mt. Holyoke College, 1914-16. 

DucKETT, Eleanor Shipley, See page 5. 

Fellow in Latin, 1912-13. 

Dudley, Louise, See page 5. 

Fellow in English, 1906-07. 

Eddingfield, June Christina, New Ross, Ind. 

Fellow in German, 1913-14. Teacher of German in the High School, Misbawaka, Ind., 
1915-16. 

Eddy, Helen May, Marengo, la. 

Fellow in Latin, 1904-05. Head of Department of Foreign Languages, Idaho Technical 
Institute, PocateUo, Idaho, 1915-16. 

Edmand, Marietta Josephine,. .E., 1846 Ninth Avenue, Spokane, Wash. 

Fellow in Latin, 1897-98. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Frederic Perry Noble. One daughter. 

Edwards, Katharine May, WeUesley CoUege, WeUeslej^, Mass. 

Fellow in Greek, 1888-89. Professor of Greek and Comparative Philology, Wellesley 
College, 1915-16. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, See page 5. 

Fellow in Economics and History, 1904-05. 

Evers, Helen Margaret, See page 5. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1904-06. 



Former Resident Fellows 75 

Fahnestock, Edith, See page 5. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1897-98. 

Fairbanks, Charlotte, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1896-97. Physician, 1905-16. 

Fairclotjgh, Elizabeth Mary, .Died, 1912. 

Fellow in Grjek, 1893-94. 

Farnham, Lois Anna, See page 9. 

Fellow in History, 1901-02. 

Fogg, Emily, "Longlands," Holicong, Fa. 

Fellow in History, 1897-98. 

Married, 1900, Professor Edward Sherwood Mead. One son, four daughters (one f 1907). 

Foster, Elizabeth Andros, See page 9. 

Fellow in Latin, 1910-11. 

Foster, Frances Allen, See page 5. 

Fellow in English, 1911-12. 

Fowler, Eugenia, .See page 9. 

Fellow in Physics, 1902-03. 

France, Wilmer Cave, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow in Greek, 1892-93. Associate Professor of Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-16. 
Married, 1906, Mr. J. Edmund Wright. 

Franklin, Marjorie Lorne,. . . .404 West 116th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in Economics, 1914-15. University Scholar, Columbia University, 1915-16. 

Franklin, Susan Braley, See page 5. 

Fellow in Greek, 1889-90. 

Frehafer, Mabel Katherine, See page 30. 

Fellow in Physics, 1909-10. 

Gage, Kitty Augusta, New Paltz, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1885-86. 

Gates, Fanny Cook, 1328 East 53rd Street, Chicago, 111. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1896-97. 

Gentry, Ruth, See page 5. 

Fallow in Mathematics, 1890-91, 1892-93. 

Gibbons, Vernette Lois, See page 5. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1911-12, Helen Schaeffer Huff Research Fellow in Physics, 1914-15. 

GiLROY, Helen Turnbull, See page 9. 

Fellow in Physics, 1911-12. 

Goodman, Byne Frances, 1918 Hill Avenue, Champaign, 111. 

Fellow in Economics, 1913-14. 

Goodrich, Grace Gertrude, Ripon, Wis. 

Fellow in Latin, 1911-12. Instructor in Latin and Greek, Ripon College, 1913-16. 

Gordon, Wilhelmina, 

Principal's House, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in Latin, 1906-07. Instructor in English, Queen's University, 1912-16. 

Graham, Ellen Maud, 131 Scott Street, Quebec, Canada. 

Fellow in History, 1896-97. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Frederick Gourlay Millar. 

Graham, Minnie Almira, See page 6. 

FeUow in Chemistry, 1906-07, 1910-11. 

Grant, Mary Amelia, 1420 Polk Street, Topeka, Kan. 

Fellow in Latin, 1914-15. Instructor in Latin and Greek, Western College for Women, 
Oxford, Ohio, Semester II, 1915-16. 

Griffin, Hattie Josephine, Marshfield, Ore. 

Fellow in Latin, 1899-1900. Government Clerk, Post-office, Marshfield, 1914-16. 



76 Former Resident Fellows 

GwiNN, Mary, See page 6. 

FeUow in English, 1885-87. 

Hahn, Dorothy Anna, See page 34. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1907-08. 

Haines, Jane Bowne, See page 9. 

Fellow in History, 1892-93. 

Hamilton, Edith, See page 9. 

Fellow in Latin, 1894-95. 

Hanington, Florence, Prospect Road, Rockcliffe, Ottawa, Canada. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1905-06. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Charles Reginald Carter. One daughter. 

Hanna, Mary Alice, See page 70. 

Fellow in History, 1912-13. 

Hardcastle, Frances, 3 Osborne Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1894-95. 

Hardenbrook, Mildred, Valatie, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1914-15. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Harmon, Esther, See page 6. 

Fellow in German, 1908-09. 

Harper, Carrie Anna, See page 6. 

Fellow in EngUsh, 1898-99. 

Harris, Elizabeth, See page 9. 

FeUow in Greek, 1890-91. 

Harrison, Elizabeth, 

Mickleton, Queen's Drive, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, England. 

FeUow in Greek, 1906-07. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Percy Fallowfield Kipling. Two sons. 

Harrison, Jane Annetta, See page 70. 

FeUow in German, 1909-10. 

Harrison, Julia Peachy, 1214 Floyd Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1913-14. Head of Department of Chemistry, Sweet Briar College, 
Sweet Briar, Va., 1915-16. 

Haseman, Mary Gertrude, 

D 5 Calvert Court, 31st and Calvert Streets, Baltimore, Md. Summer: 
Linton, Ind. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1913-15. Graduate Student in Mathematics, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1915-16. 

Hatch, Laura, 1210 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Fellow in Geology, 1912-13. Lecturer in Geology, Barnard College and Instructor in 
Geography, Extension Teaching, Columbia University, 191.5-16. 

Hazen, Annah Putnam, 68 Washington Square, New York City. 

Fellow in Biology, 1898-99. First Assistant in Biology in the Eastern District High School, 
Brooklyn, New York City, 1909-16. 

Hazlewood, Charlotte Williams, 161 Allen Avenue, Lynn, Mass. 

Fellow in Greek, 1898-99. 

Henry, Margaret Edith, 1108 East 62nd Street, Chicago, 111. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1900-01. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Alvin Saunders Johnson. One son, one daughter. 

Hicks, Amy Maud, 33 Downside Crescent, Hampstead, London, England. 

Fellow in Greek, 1904-05. 

Highet, Mary Elizabeth, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in German and Teutonic Philology, 1896-97. Professor of German, Elmira College, 
1902-16. 

Hill, Sarah D., 

333 South Emerson Street, Irvington, Ind. Summer: Richmond, Ind. 

FeUow in Teutonic Philology, 1904-05. 

Married, 1908, Professor Milton D. Baumgartner. One son, one daughter. 



Former Resident Fellows 77 

Hooper, Edith Sophia, . . Heathersby, Chislehurst Road, Kent, England. 

Fellow in English, 1900-01. 

Hopkins, Mary Delia, See page 9. 

Fellow in English, 1896-97. 

HoRTON, GoLDiE Printis, . Quanah, Tex. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1912-13. Graduate Student and Tutor in Mathematics, Uni- 
versity of Texas, 1913-16. 

HowELL, Janet Tucker, See page 37. 

Helen Schaeffer Huff Research Fellow in Physics, 1913-14. 

Howell, Jean Kirk, 123 West 7th Street, Plainfield, N. J. 

Fellow in Biology, 1891-92. Teacher of Science in the Plainfield Seminary, Plainfield, 
1905-16. 

Hubbard, Alice Philena Felicia, Brjoi Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1914-15. Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in 
Romance Languages, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Hughes, Winona Alice, . .Holden Hall, College of Wooster, Wooster, O. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1900-01. Dean of Women and Instructor in the History of Art, 
College of Wooster, 1912-15. 

Hutchinson, Anabelle Roxburgh, 

Brookside, Catterick, Yorkshire, England. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1899-1900. French Lecturer, Homerton College, Cam- 
bridge, 1913-16. 

Hyde, Ida H., Lawrence, Kan. 

Fellow in Biology, 1892-93. Professor of Physiology and Head of Department of Phys- 
iology, University of Kansas, 1899-1916. 

Hyde, Winifred Florence, 1039 C Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1902-04. Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Nebraska, 
1911-15. 

IsHAM, Mary Kbyt, 149 West 79th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1899-1900. Physician, 1904-16. 

Jarvis, May Mason, Avenue A and Newell, San Antonio, Tex. 

Fellow in Biology, 1909-10. 

Married, 1911, Mr. George Strihling Newell. One daughter, one son. 

Jones, Laura Lucinda, Box 353, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in English, 1894-95. 

Kellogg, Angie Lillian, Watertown, N. Y. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1911-13. 

Keys, Florence V., 87 Avenue Road, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Greek, 1891-92; Fellow in English, 1892-93. 

King, Georgiana Goddard, See page 10. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1896-97; Fellow in English, 1897-98. 

King, Helen Dean, See page 6. 

Fellow in Biology, 1897-98. 

King, Helen Maxwell, See page 71. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1909-10. 

King, Lida Shaw, 

The Women's College in Brown University, Providence, R. I. 

Fellow in Greek, 1899-1900. Dean of the Women's College in Brown University, and 
Professor of Classical Literature and Archseology, 1910-16. 

King, Marie Seward, 920 High Street, Grinnell, Iowa. 

Fellow in German, 1910-11. Instructor in German, Grinnell College, 1912-15. 

Lamberton, Helen, See page 10. 

Fellow in Physics, 1908-09. 

Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, See page 6. 

Fellow in Physics, 1897-98. 



78 Former Resident Fellows 

Langenbeck, Clara, See page 71. 

Fellow in Biology, 1895-96. 

Lansing, Ruth,." 53 Crawford Street, Roxbury, Mass. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1911-12. Professor of French, Oxford College for Women, 
Oxford, O., 1915-16. 

Leftwich, Florence, See page 6. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1902-03. 

Lewis, Florence Parthenia, See page 7L 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1898-99. 

LoNGBOTTOM, Gertrude, The Hollies, Louth, Lincolnshire, England. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1897-98. Governor of King Edward VI Girls' Grammar School, 
Louth, 1903-16; Manager of the Louth British (Elementary) School, 1904-16. 

Lord, Eleanor Louisa, See page 6. 

Fellow in History, 1889-90, 1895-96. 

Lovell, Helen Louisa, 1001 South Jefferson Street, Mexico, Mo. 

Fellow in Greek, 1887-88. Dean and Professor of Greek and Latin, Hardin College, 

Mexico, 1905-16. 
Married, 1896, Mr. John Wilson Million. Two daughters, two sons. 

Lowater, Frances, See page 6. 

Fellow in Physics, 1896-97. 

Lundie, Elizabeth Helen, 36 Fort Street, Montreal, Canada. 

Fellow in Physics, 1905-06. Assistant in Chemistry in the High School, Montreal, 1908-16. 

MacDonald, Margaret Baxter, See page 6. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1898-99. 

MACLEOD, Annie Louise, Earltown, Nova Scotia. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1909-10. Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar College, 1914-16. 

Maddison, Isabel, See page 6. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1893-94. 

Mann. Carrie Alice, Died, 1905. 

Fellow m Mathematics, 1903-04. 

Marcuse, Bella, 1965 14th Avenue West, Vancouver, B. C. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1904-05. 

Married, 1908, Professor Douglas Mcintosh. One daughter, one son. 

Martin, Emilie Norton, See page 6. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1895-96. 

Mason, Gertrude Helen, 2627 Channing Way, Berkeley, Cal. 

FeUow in English, 1887-88. Private Tutor in English, 1905-16. 

Mathews, Irene Maud, . .HoUy House, Duke Street, Sheffield, England. 

FeUow in Physics, 1910-11. Senior Mathematical and Physics Mistress, Chester City and 
County School for Girls, 1913-16. 

McCain, Gertrude Iona, Delphi, Ind. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1911-12. Professor of Mathematics, Oxford College for Women, 
Oxford, O., 1915-16. 

McNair, Grace Elizabeth, ' Brodhead, Wis. 

Fellow in History, 1900-01. 

Medes, Grace, 300 Gladstone Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 

Fellow in Biology, 1913-15. Fellow by Courtesy in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 
1915-16. 

Merrill, Katharine, 
J. B. Pond Lyceum Bureau, Metropolitan Life Building, New York City. 

Fellow in English, 1890-91. Lecturer on the Theatre, 1915-16. 

Miles, Caroline, Bloomingdale, Ind. 

Fellow in History, 1891-92. 
Married, 1895, Mr. William Hill. 



Former Resident Fellows 79 

MiLLMAN, Mabel Helen, 735 Bloor Street West. Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in French, 1908-09. English Essay Reader, University oi Toronto, and Private 

Tutor, 1911-16. 
Married, 1912, Dr. Clarence Meredith Hincks. 

MoRRiss, Margaret Shove, See page 6. 

Fellow in History, 1907-08. 

Morse, Kate Niles, See page 71. 

Fellow in Greek, 1900-01. 

Morton, Caroline Millard, 131 Superior Street, Providence, R. I. 

Fellow in Classical Archaeology, 1912-13. 

MoRY, Ruthella Bernard, The Somerset, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow in History, 1899-1900. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Arthur Barneveld Bibbins. 

Neilson, Nellie, See page 6. 

Fellow in History, 1894-95. 

Nichols, Elizabeth, .• See page 49. 

Fellow in Biology, 1893-94. 

NoRTHWAY, Mary Isabel, 

1657 Burnaby Street, Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 

Fellow in Physics, 1900-01. 

Married, 1904, The Rev. R. J. Wilson. One daughter 

Nowlin, Nadine, See page 71. 

FeUow in Biology, 1905-06. 

O'Grady, Marcella I., Wurzburg, Bavaria. 

Fellow in Biology, 1887-89. 

Married, 1897, Professor Theodore Boveri. 

Olsen, Sophie Yhlen, See page 10. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1899-1900. 

Parker, Emma Harriet, Charlestown, N. H. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1893-94. 

Parkhxjrst, Helen Huss, See page 11, 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1914-15. 

Parris, Marion, See page 6. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1905-06. 

Parsons, Vera Lillian, 

Central Neighbourhood House, 82 Gerrard West, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1913-14. Social Centre Director, Central Neighbourhood 
House, 1915-16. 

Paschall, Annie Goode, Died, 1895. 

Fellow in Greek, 1894-95. 

Peebles, Florence, See page 6. 

FeUow in Biology, 1896-97. 

Peebles, Rose Jeffries, See page 6. 

Fellow in English, 1907-08. 

Perkins, Elizabeth Mary, See page 6. 

FeUow in Latin, 1902-03. 

Perry, Lorinda, Melvin, 111. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1911-13. 

Petty, Mary, 211 South Ashe Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Fellow m Chemistry, 1895-96. Head of Department of Chemistry, Industrial College, 
Greensboro, 1899-1915. 

Pinney, Mary Edith, See page 71. 

Fellow in Biology, 1910-11. 

Potts, Laxjrette Etjstis, See page 53. 

Fellow in English, 1899-1900. 



80 Former Resident Fellows 

Ptjkdie, Ele a:\or, Ortler, Prestbvtrj', Gloucestershire, England. 

Fellow in Greek, 1895-96. Head Classical Tutor, Cheltenham Ladies' College, Chelten- 
ham. England, 1898^1916. 

Raboubn, Saba Breavt;e Fra:vcis, VisaUa, Cal. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1906-07. Head of Department of Mathematics in the High School, 
Yisalia, CaL, 1914-1.5. 

Ragsdaxe, ViEGrNiA, See page 6. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1902-03. 

Raxd, Marie Gertrude, See page 7. 

Fellow ia Philosophy, 1909-10, and Fellow in Psjchologj-, 1910-11. 

Ra^tdolph, Harriet See page 53. 

FeUow in Biology, 18S9-90. 

Reed, Bertha, Universitj- of Montana, ^Missoula, ]\Iont. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1906-07. 
Married, 1909, Professor George Raleigh Coffman. 

Reed, Margaret IIdauxe, 1931 East 31st Street, Baltimore, ]Md. 

Fellow iD Biology, 1908-09. Collaborator in the Department of Embryology, Carnegie 

Institution, 191-5-16. 
Married, 1910, Dr. Warren H. Lewu. One daughter, one son. 

Reimer, Marie, See page 7. 

FeUow in Chemistrj-, 1899-1900, 1901-02. 

Ret^tolds. Grace Potter, See page 7. 

FeUow ia Chemistry, 190S-09. 

Ret^oij>s, Mixxce Beatrice, 

274 ]Siorth Mountain Avenue, Upper ^Vlontclair, X. J. 

Fellow in Greek, 1897-98. 

Married, 190-3, Jlr. James A. Kinkead. Four sons. 

Ritchie, Mart Helen, See page 7. 

FeUow in Latin, 1898-99. 

Rock, Aiir Cordova, See page 55. 

FeUow in Chemistry-, 1894-95. 

Roe, Adah Blaxche. See page 7. 

FeUow in German, 1912-13- 

RoLFE, Martha Deette, 601 John Street, Champaign. 111- 

FeUow in Geology, 1914-15. Graduate Student, University of Illinois. 1915—16. 

RrsK, Ferx Helen, 25 West Broadway, Columbia, Mo. 

FeUow in Archaology, 1914—15. Graduate Student, L'niversity of Missouri, 191.5-16. 

SALi.SBrRT, Lena Belle, R. R. 5, Oswego, X. Y. 

FeUow in Latin, 1913-14. Teacher of Latin and Greek, Drew Seminary for "i oimg Women, 
Carmel, X. Y., 1914r-16. 

Salmon, Luct Matnard, Poughkeepsie, X. Y. 

FeUow in History, 1SS6— S7. Professor of History, Vassar CoUege, 1889-1916. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, See page 7. 

FeUow in English, 190S-09. 

Satterthwaite, Sarah E., 2037 Franklin Avenue, Toledo, O. 

FeUow in Greek, 1886-87. 

Married, 1890, Dr Francis Alexander Leslie. One son. 

ScHAEFFER, Helen ELIZABETH, See page 7. 

FeUow in Physics, 1904-05. 

ScHENCK, Eunice Morgan, See page 7. 

FeUow in Romance Languages, 1912-13. 

DE ScHWEiNrrz, Agnxs Juua, See page 11. 

FeUow in Teutonic Philology, 1902-03. 

Sew ALL. Hannah Robie, Forest Glen, Md. 

FeUow in' History, 1888-89. 



Former Resident Fellows 81 

Shapiro, Rebecca, Marshfield, Wis. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1900-01. 
Married, 1904, Mr. Richard Strauss. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, See page 7. 

Junior Fellow in Philosophy, 1904-05; Fellow in Philosophy, 1906-07. 

Sheavyn, Phoebe A. B., 

Ashburne Hall, Fallowfield, Manchester, England. 

Fellow in English, 1895-96. Warden of Ashburne Hall and Special Lecturer in English 
Literature, University of Manchester, 1907-16. 

Shoemaker, Jane Gushing, See page 11. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1909-10. 

Shute, Helen Winifred, 331 Hammond Street, Bangor, Me. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1893-94. 
Married, 1900, Mr. Warren J. Moulton. 

Sinclair, Alice, Wailuku, Maui, H. I. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1903-04. 

Married, 1906, The Rev. Rowland Backus Dodge. Two daughters, two sons. 

Smith, Amelia Catherine, 4515 Regent Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Biology, 1900-01. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Philip Powell Calvert. 

Smith-Goard, Eunice Glara, 12 Pomeroy Hall, Wellesley, Mass. 

Fellow in English, 1909-10. Instructor in French, Wellesley College, 1915-16. 

Smith, Eva Maria, The Ladies' GoUege, Cheltenham, England. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1908-09. 

Smith, Louise Pettibone, See page 12. 

Fellow in Semitic Languages, 1912-13, 1914-15. 

Smith, Minna Steele, Newnham Gollege, Cambridge, England. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1894-96, and Director of Studies in Mediaeval and Modern 
Languages, Newnham College, 1905-16; Lecturer in English, Girton College, University 
of Cambridge, 1898-1903, and 1906-16. 

SouTHWORTH, Effie A., Loma Linda, Gal. 

Fellow in Biology, 1885-86. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Volney Morgan Spalding. 

Spalding, Mary Caroline, See page 7. 

Fellow in English, 1910-11. 

Spencer, Fannie Grace Clara, 1811 South 3rd Street, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Research Fellow in Chemistry, 1909-10. 

Spray, Ruth Gladys, 616 Quincy Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Fellow in Biology, 1912-13. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Edward Lawrence Griffin. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, See page 7. 

Fellow in Biology, 1902-03. 

Stewart, Anne Amelia, 28 South Street, Hahfax, N. S. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1886-87. 

Stocking, Ruth Jennings, WickHffe, Lake County, O. 

Fellow in Biology, 1911-12. Professor of Biology, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Ga., 
1915-16. 

Street, Jennette Atwater, . . . .47 Lakeview Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Fellow in Latin, 1895-96. Suffrage Worker, 1912-16. 
Married, 1901, Professor Edward Charles Jeffrey. One son. 

Sumner, Louise Maudsley, 1920 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Fellow in History, 1913-14. Teacher of History in the Columbus School for Girls, Colum- 
bus, Ohio, 1914-16. 

Sweet, Marguerite, See page 7. 

Fellow in English, 1891-92. 

Swindler, Mary Hamilton, See page 7. 

Fellow in Greek, 1907-09. 



82 Former Resident Fellows 

Taylor, Lily Ross, See page 7. 

Fellow in Latin, 1907-08. 

Thompson, Charlotte De Macklot, See page 12. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1896-97. 

Thompson, Frances D'Arct, 

Jumna Bridge, Hamirpur, United Provinces, India. 
FeUow in Greek, 1911-12. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Robert J. Hallidy. 

Tibbals, Kate Watkins, Sandy Hook, Conn. 

Fellow in English, 1901-02. 

ToRELLE, Ellen, 438 West Washington Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Fellow in Biology, 1903-04. Lecturer, Extension Division, University of Wisconsin, 

191.5-16. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Lewis Bernard Nagler. One son. 

TowLE, Elizabeth Williams, See page 12. 

Fellow in Biology, 1899-1900. 

Traver, Hope, See page 7. 

Fellow in EngUsh, 1903-04. 

Trevvett, Lily Frances, 1715 Park Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Fellow in Historj', 1914-15. Professor of Historj', Woman's College, Richmond, Va., 
1915-16. 

Urdahl, Margerethe, See page 7. 

FeUow in Teutonic Philology-, 1900-02, 1902-03. 

VanDeman, Esther Boise,. .2514 Thirteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Fellow in Latin, 1892-93. 

Waddell, Mary E^^lyn Gertrude, 

655 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 
Fellow in Mathematics, 1904-05. Private Tutor in Mathematics, 1912-16. 

Walker, Anna Martha, See page 65. 

FeUow in Latin, 1905-06. 

Warren, Winifred, See page 7. 

FeUow in Latin, 1893-94. 

Weeks, Eula Adeline, Rich Hill, Mo. 

FeUow in Mathematics, 1909-10. Teacher of Mathematics, Grover Cleveland High 
School, St. Louis, Mo., 1915-16. 

Wergeland, Agnes Mathilde, Died, 1914. 

FeUow in History, 1890-91. 

White, Florence Donnell, See page 7. 

FeUow in French, 1907-08. 

Wilkinson, Annie Lyndesay, 

7125 Greene Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

FeUow in Mathematics, 1899-1900. Suffrage Worker, 1913-16. 
Married, 1902, Dr. Joseph Head. Two daughters, two sons. 

WiLLCOX, Marguerite, Oxford, N. Y. 

FeUow in Chemistry 1914-15. 

Williams, Ella Cornelia, 609 West 127th Street, New York City. 

FeUow in Mathematics, 1885-86. Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Spence's School, New 
York City, 1892-1915. 

Willis, Gwendolen Brown, See page 7. 

FeUow in Greek. 1902-04. 

Winston, Mary Frances, . . . 1620 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kan. 

FeUow in Mathematics, 1891-92. Assisant Professor of Mathematics, Washburn CoUege, 

Topeka, Kan., 1913-16. 
Married, 1900, Dr. Henry Byron Newson (t 1910). Two daughters, one son. 

Wood, Ida, See page 7. 

Fellow in English 1888-89. 



Former Graduate Students 83 

Former Graduate Students. 
Abbott, Fidelia Nichols, 1908-09, Grandfield, Okla. 

Head of Department of English in Central College, Conway, Ark., 1914-1.5. 

Adaire, Nannie, 1904-05, See page 7. 

Adams, Edith, 1910-11, 24 Howe Street, Wellesley, Mass. 

Teacher in the jNIisses May's School, Boston, Mass., 1914-16. 

Adams, Eliza Raymond, 1893-94, See page 12. 

Adams, Sophie Frances, 1902-03, See page 12. 

Agg, Rachel, 1911-12,. . . .The Stratford, Apartment N, Evansville, Ind. 

Branch Librarian, Wheeler Branch of the PuhUc Library, Evansville, Ind., 1915— lb. 

Akers, Deborah Chase, 1909-10, 2754 East Broadway, Long Beach, Cal. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Sylvan Morse Travers. One daughter, one son. 

Albee, Maria Hawes, 1909-11, See page 7. 

Albert, Grace, 1901-03, 1904r-08, See page 8. 

Albertson, Alice Owen, 1909-10, See page 13. 

Albertson, Anna Mary, 1909-10,. . . .Green Gables, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Lester Cullins. One son. 

Alexander, Willa Bullitt, 1911-12, See page 13. 

Allen, Elizabeth, 1902-04, 129 Columbia Heights, BrookljTi, N. Y. 

Teacher of Alathematics in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1911-16. 

Allen, Hope Emily, 1905-06, See page 8. 

Allen, Jane, 1907-09, See page 13. 

Allen, Rosa Noyes, 1898-99, 57 Rutland Square, Boston, Mass. 

Allinson, Susanne Carey, 1912-14, See page 13. 

Allis, Mary Elizabeth, 1902-05, See page 13. 

Allison, Edith Mary, 1909-10,. . .827 Catalina Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Paul August Jesherg. 

Ambrister, Maud, 1907-08, 305 East Main Street, Norman, Okla. 

Assistant Instructor in EngUsh in the Central State Normal School, Edmond, Okla., 
1911-15. 

Amiss, Margaret, 1913-14, 420 West 118th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Literature in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1914-16. 

Anthony, Alice, 1904-05, See page 13. 

Archibald, Sara Elizabeth, 1894^95, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Married, 1897, Mr. John Alexander Macintosh. 

Armfield, Lucille, 1894-95, Monroe, N. C. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Frank Armfield. Two daughters, three sons. 

AsHBURNER, ELIZABETH Atkins, 1904-06, 1908-09, .. .Addi'ess unknown. 

Ashford, Ethel Bright, 1910-11, 

6 WiUiam Street, Knightsbridge, London, England. 

Ashley, Alice Mary, 1913-14, 

3 Yateley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. 

Classical Mistress in the High School, Darlington, 1914-16. 

Atkins, Emma Louise, 1894, See page 14. 

Auerbach, Lilli, 1913-14, Luisen Ufer 11, Berlin S. 42, Germany. 

Substitute Teacher in the Lyceum, Koslin in Pommern, 1914-16. 



84 Former Graduate Students 

AvEX, AxxA Ward, 1906-08, See page 72. 

Babcock, RrTH, 1913-14, See page 14. 

Bain, Emma, 1889-90, Knoxville, Term. 

Married, 1892, Mr. Glen Levin Swiggett. One son (t 1912). 

Baker, Bessie, 1893-94, Died, 1899. 

Baker, Mart Ellex, 1910-11, 1211 University Avenue, Columbia, 'Slo. 

Head Cataloguer, Missoiiri State University Librarj-, 1912-16. 

Baldwin, Alice Mart, 1908-09, "High Croft," Acworth, X. H. 

Teacher of History and Economics in the Baldwin School, Br>-n Mawr, Pa., 1906-12, and 
Head of Department of Histor\-, 1912-15. 

Baetz, Ellen DrNCAN, 1900-01, See page 15. 

Balz, Martha, 1912-13, 70 Kanonenweg, Stuttgart, Germany. 

Bareis, Grace Marie, 1897-99, 1902-06, Canal Winchester, O. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University, 1908-16. 

Barker, Grace Sarah Taylor, 1909-10, 

1035 Xorth Calvert Street, Baltimore, :\ld. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Brj-n Mawr School, Baltimore, -911-1-5. 

Barnes, Letitia, 1905-06, Grove City, Pa. 

Barnicle, Mart Elizabeth, 1913-15, 

221 Messer Street, Providence, R. I. 

Fellow in English, Bryn Mawr College, 191.5—16. 

Barr, Dora, 1893-94, Died, 1903. 

Married, 1900, Mr. William Brown. 

Bartholomew, Mart Eleanor, 1909-11, See page 15. 

Bartlett, Helen, 1892-93, 1894-95, See page 5. 

Bartlett, Marguerite Gold, 1914—15, See page 8. 

Bash, Amt Ballance, 1898-99, Address unknown. 

Married, 1902, Mr. C. E. A. Dowler. 

Bass, Stella, 1893-94, 700 Brompton Place, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Joseph E. Tilt. Two daughters, one son. 

Bates, Theodora, 1905-06, See page 8. 

Bauer, Ruth Elizabeth, 1914-15, . .222 Topeka Avenue, Topeka, Kan. 
Beardshear, Hazel Leoni, 1897-98, Oak Creek, Colo. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Lauren Miller Chambers. Two daughters, one son. 

Beardwood, Jajve, 1912-13, See page 16. 

Beck, Louise Goebel, 1914-16, 1041 County Line Road, Brj-n ]Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Professor Jean Baptiste Beck. 

Becker, Amanda Fredricka, 1902-03, See page 69. 

Beckwith, M. Ethelwtnne Rice, 1907-08, 

2032 East 115th Street, Cleveland, O. 

Instructor in Mathematics, College for "Women of Western Reserve University, 1910-16. 
Married, 1900, Mr. William E. Beckwith (f). 

Beckwith, Minnie Ada, 1907-08, See page 73. 

Bedinger, Maria Voorhees, 1892-93, See page 16. 

Beebe, Margaret Htde, 1910-11, Nanking, China. 

Teacher in Nanking, 1913-15. 

Beechlet, Lorette Jesse, 1900-01, 1902, 

1111 First Avenue, Cedar Rapids, la. 

^Married, 1912, Mr. Clifton Gu^tarus Crull. 



Former Graduate Students 85 

Beermann, Eugenie, 1914-15, 

Care of Mrs. Waldemar Hepp, San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Private Tutor, 1915-16. 

Behrens, Margarete Emma Johanna, 1909-10, 

Jungfrauental 45, Hamburg, 37, Germany. 

Teacher in Girls' Real Gymnasium, Hamburg, 1915-16. 

Belding, Josephine, 1909-10, R. F. D. 245, Windsor, Conn. 

Secretary to Head Master, Loomis Institute, Windsor, Conn., 1914-16. 

Beliekowsky, Sadie, 1912-14, See page 8. 

Bell, Emma Virginia, 1909-10, 604 North 3rd Avenue, Columbus, Miss. 

Teacher in the Franklin High School, Columbus, Miss., 1915-16. 

Bennett, Ethel Mary, 1906-08, See page 8. 

Benson, Mary Estella, 1895-96, 

934 West Second Street, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Literary Worker, 1915-16. 

Berry, Emma Louise, 1897-98, 1541 North Bouvier Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1898-1916. 

Berst, Jessie May, 1898-99, 650 West 7th Street, Erie, Pa. 

Teacher of History in the High School, Erie, 1905-16. 

Betz, Martha, 1913-14, 881 North Michigan Avenue, Pasadena, Cal. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Harlon Shapley. One daughter. 

Beyfuss, Margarete Friede Bertha, 1913-14, 

Care of General Toppin, Westminster Cottage, Branksome Park, 
Bournemouth, England. 

BiDDLE, Marie Georgina, 1914-15, See page 16. 

Bills, Marion Almira, 1911-13, See page 73. 

Bird, Emily Maltby, 1911-12, 307 East Broad Street, Chester, Pa. 

Teacher of English and History and Oral Expression in the Stevens School, Germantown, 
1912-16. 

BiRDSALL, Anna Palmyra, 1899-1900, Wallkill, N. Y. 

BisHOFF, Ruth Spies, 1903-04, 1905-06, Hahfax, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin in the High School, Lansdowne, Pa., 1914-16. 

Blackwell, Ethel B., 1891-92, 

85 Norwood Avenue, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Alfred Brookes Robinson. Four sons (one t 1902), one daughter. 

Blair, Annie King, 1900-01, 231 Poplar Avenue, Woodbury, N. J. 

Married, 1905, Mr. William W. Allen, Jr. One davighter. 

Blair, Kate Ruth, 1896-97, 991 Neil Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Head of Science Department in the West High School, Columbus, O., 1910-16. 

Blake, Sue Avis, 1898-1900, 1904-06, See page 8. 

Blanchard, Elizabeth Miller, 1902-03, See page 17. 

Bliss, Eleanora Frances, 1904-06, 1908-09, 1911-12, See page 5. 

BoLWiN, LucRETiA, 1911-12, Deiclistrasse, Geestemiinde, Germany. 

BoNTECou, Eleanor, 1913-14, ; See page 17. 

BoNTEcou, Margaret, 1914-16, See page 17. 

Borden, Fanny, 1901-02, 618 Rock Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Reference Librarian, Vassar College, 1910-16. 

Boring, Alice Middleton, 1904-05, See page 5. 

Boring, Lydia Truman, 1903-04, See page 17. 

Borthwick, Agnes, 1912-14, 66 Newton Street, Greenock, Scotland. 

Overseer, National Shell-filling Factory, Houston, Scotland, 1915-16. 



86 Former Graduate Students 

BouRLAND, Caroline Brown, 1899-1900, 1901-02, See page 5. 

BousQUET, A. Carolina D., 1894-95, 311 West 4th Street, Ottumwa, la. 

Married, 1904, Dr. William Brooks La Force. 

BowERMAN, Helen Cox, 1908-09, 1911-12, See page 5. 

Bowers, Corinne, 1911-12, 173 Market Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 

Boxer, Martha Getz, 1910-11, See page 17. 

BoYSEN, Belle Douglass, 1912-14, Knoxboro, N. Y. 

Fellow in the New York School of Philanthropy, 1914-ie. 

BoYSEN, Marie Jeannette, 1904-05, . Carlinville, lU. 

Brandon, Rose, 1914-15, See page 8. 

Branson, Anna Mary, 1903-05, See page 8. 

Breed, Mary Bidwell, 1899-1901, See page 5. 

Bresnehen, Vivian Honora, 1912-13, Brookfield, Mo. 

Brevitt, Jessie, 1889-90, 144 Wilson Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Brigham, Pauline Wight, 1901-02, Died, 1905. 

Brockstedt, Clarissa Beatrice, 1913-14, See page 8. 

Brook, Elizabeth Cable, 1913-14, 

707 West Hancock Street, LawTence, Kans. 

Brown, Carolyn Trowbridge, 1902-03. See page 18. 

Brown, Dorothy Miles, 1914-15, East Lansing, Mich. 

Instructor in Economics, Vassar College, 1915-16. 

Brown, Jeannette Swan, 1886-87, 407 South 19th Avenue, Maywood, 111. 

Brown, Vera Lee, 1913-15, CentreviUe, New Brunswick, Canada. 

Browne, Frances, 1914-15, See page 19. 

Brownell, Harriet Mather, 1906-10, See page 19. 

Brownell, Louise Sheffield, 1896-97, See page 19. 

Brupf, Anna Marie, 1908-09, White's Institute, Mt. Hamill, la. 

Matron of Girls' Dormitory, White's Institute, 1914-16. 

Brusstar, Margaret Elizabeth, 1907-10, See page 19. 

Buchanan, Margaret, 1912-14, 304 Willey Street, Morgantown, W. Va. 

Instructor in Mathematics, West Virginia University, 1915-16. 

BuDD, Harriet May, 1892-93, 706 University Avenue, Sryacuse, N. Y. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Luther Ogden Wadleigh. Three daughters, one son (f 1906). 

BuFFUM, Marianna Nicholson, 1906-07, See page 8. 

Bull, Emily Louisa, 1891-92, See page 19. 

Bulla, Lillie Elliotte, 1911-12, Asheboro, N. C. 

Teacher of History and Enghsh in the High School, Asheboro, 1915-16. 

Bunker, Marie, 1907-10, See page 8. 

Bunting, Martha, 1891-93, See page 5. 

BuRCHiNAL, Mary Cacy, 1905-07, 1909-10, 

18 Cricket Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Head of Department of Foreign Languages in the High School for Girls, West Phila- 
delphia, 1912-16; President of the Association of Modern Language Teachers of Phila- 
delphia, 1915-16. 



Former Graduate Students 87 

Btjrnell, Elizabeth Frayer, 1910-11, Lake Erie College, Painesville, O. 

Head of the Mathematics Department, Lake Erie College, 1914-16. 

Burns, Sarah Helen, 1914-15, 508 South High Street, West Chester, Pa. 
BxjRNSiDE, Mary Hortense, 1896-97, 

713 High Avenue, East, Oskaloosa, la. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Irving Culver Johnson. One son, one daughter. 

Burton, Cornelia R., 1903-04, Basin, Big Horn Co., Wyo. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Herbert Taylor Harris. One son. 

Byrne, Alice Hill, 1908-16, . . .447 West Walnut Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1913-16. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, 1893-94, 1895-97, See page 5. 

Cadbury, Emma, Jr., 1901-02, See page 20. 

Cady, Mary Louise, 1904-05, See page 70. 

Calderhead, Iris Gallant, 1910-11, See page 73. 

Caldwell, Effie Pearle, 1903-04, 

5 The Worthington, Indianapohs, Ind. Summer: Oskaloosa, la. 

Teacher of English and History in the Junior High School, Indianapolis, Ind., 1912-16. 

Calfee, Marguerite Avelette, 1911-12, University Station, Austin, Tex. 

Assistant Registrar, University of Texas, 1912-16. 

Campbell, Annie Catharine, 1908-11, 

409 Eleventh Avenue, Munhall, Pa. Summer: Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Head of Department of English in the High School, Homestead, Pa., 1915-16. 

Campbell, Gertrude Hildreth, 1912-13, 1914-15, See page 73. 

Campbell, Marian Elizabeth, 1900-01, 

515 South 5th Street, Ironton, O. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Ralph B. Mitchell. Three sons (one f 1910), one daughter. 

Canan, Marjorie Stockton, 1904-05, See page 20. 

Carroll, Anna Belle, 1888-90, Harveysburg, O. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-16. 

Married, 1892, Mr. Edgar Stinson. One son. 

Carroll, Josephine Eliza, 1911-12, 683 Oak Street, Columbus, O. 

Student, College of Education, Ohio State University, 1915-16. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Benjamin Santarelli Franklin. 

Carroll, Marie Josephine, 1910-11, 608 Wooster Street, Marietta, O. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Reginald Miller Tussing. 

Carter, Jeannette Eva, 1891-92, R.F.D., Catawba, W. Va. 

Professor of Modern Languages, Kansas City University, 1915-16. 

Cartland, Mary Alice, 1904-05, 19 Pearson Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Married, 1908, Mr. James G. Lewis. Two sons. 

Caspar, Adelheid Christine, 1912-13, 

Breiteweg 125, Magdeburg, Germany. 
Chamberlain, Susanna Wiley, 1898-99, 

237 East Terrace, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Champlin, Evangeline St. Clair, 1891-92, 1895-96, Alfred, N. Y. 

Farming, 1911-16. 

Chandlee, Edith A., 1901-02, 44 East Stratford Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Secretary, Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J., 1910-16. 

Chandlee, Elizabeth Betterton, 1907-08, 1912-13, Seepages. 

Chapin, Edith Burwell, 1899-1900, See page 21. 

Chase, Josephine' Alzaida, 1907-08, 240 Academy Street, Trenton, N. J. 

Assistant to the Superintendent of Schools, Trenton, N. J., 1913-15. 



88 Former Graduate Students 

Chisholm, IMaet Elizabeth, 1S91-92, 

161 ivortli Menaxd Avenue; Chicago, HI. 

Married, 1594, Mr. John Eldridge Northrup. One daughter. 

Choatz, ArousTA. 1905—06, The Baldwin School. Brj-n JSIawr, Pa. 

Head of English Deparrment in the Baldwin School, Brj-n Mawr, 1910-16, and Associate 
Direc-tor of Studies, 1915-16. 

Chttbb, Ethel Leigh, 1909-11. 280 Gilmour Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1910-16. 

CiiAixnf, Edith Frances, 1897-99, See page 5. 

Claggett, Edith J., 1904-05, Palmj-ra, Mo. 

Married, 1908, Mr. John Wainwright Etans. One son. 

CiiAGHOKN^ Kate Holladat, 1892-93, See page 22. 

Claek, Agnes Euzabeth, 1905-06, 

617 West 115th Street, Xew York City. 

Assistant in English, Xew York Training School for Teachers, 1906—16. 

Clark, Ana^a Whitman, 1914—15, 117 Henry Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Brvn Z^IawT CoUege and Teacher of Science and Gecgraphv in the Phebe 
Anna Thome Model School, 1914-16. 

Claek, Behtha ]Mat, 1900-01, William Penn High School, Philadelphia. 

Head of Department of Science in the William Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1909—16. 

Clark, Mabel Paekee, 1890-93, See page 8. 

Clakke, Nakct Baentm, 1909-10, Brevard, X. C. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Henry Xash Carrier. 

Clothiek, Hannajh Hallowell, 1896-97, Swarthniore, Pa. 

Worker for the Society of Friends and for Suffrage. 

^larried, 1S9S, Professor William Isaae Hull. Two daughters. 

CocHEAN, Faxnt Travis, 1904, See page 23. 

Coffen-, Elizabeth White, 1899-1900. . . R. F. D. 3. Greensboro. X. C. 

Marrie-d, 1904, Mr. John W. Lewis. 

Cole, Anna Lewis, 1906-07. 191ij-ll See page 74. 

Coleman, Anne C, 1896-97, See page 23. 

Coleman, Jessie Hestee, 1909-10. 1110 C Avenue East, Oskaloosa, la. 

Instructor in English in the High School, Oskaloosa, 1912—16. 

Colin, Theeese F., 1894:-96, See page 74. 

Collins, RrTH, 1910-12. See page 8. 

CoLUTZ, Klaea Hechtenbeeg, 1904-07, 

135 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

^Married, 1904, Professor Hermann Collitz. 

Cons, Jeannette, 1913-14, 36 rue GeoflFrov, St. Hilaire. Paris. France. 

:Married. 1909. M. Louis Cons. 

CoNVEKSz. Helen Prentiss. 1901-02, See page 23. 

Cook, Rttih Hilma, 1906-07, 115 Main Street, Easthampton, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Dr. Lucius Beierly Pond. One daughter. 

Cope, Jclia, 1896-97, 190-5-06, See page 24. 

CoBBrs, Florence Extchtm, 1908-09,. .208 Glenn E.oad, Ardmore, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Frederick Godfrey Corhus. One son. 

Costelloe, Eachel Conn, 1908-09, 

96 South Hill Park, Hampstead, London, England. 

^larried, 1911, Mr. Olirer Strachey. One da-aghter. 

CorLTEE. Cornelia Catijn. 1907-08, See page 5. 



Former Graduate Students 89 

Cowan, Mtjsa Kimball, 1902-03, Lane, Kan. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Paul M. Cory. 

CowGiLL, Maethanna, 1906-07, Montezuma, Ind. 

CoYLE, Margaret Hildegarde, 1907-08, .See page 24. 

CoYLE, Susan Edmond, 1902-03, 

1326 Nineteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Teacher of English and Sociology in Miss Madeira's School for Girls, Washington, D. C, 
1906-16. 

Cr.ug, Bess, 1902-03, . 117 East Pine Street, Grove City, Pa. 

Craig, Marie, 1895-96, 117 East Pine Street, Grove City, Pa. 

^larried, 1902, Mr. Charles E. McConkey (f 1912). One son, one daughter. 

Crane, Marion Delia, 1913-14, See page 8. 

Crawford, Eahly C, 1907-10, 36 East 49th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Latin in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1910-16. 

Crawford, Emma Walker, 1904-05, See page 24. 

Crawford, Thyra, 1912-13, See page 74. 

Crighton, Ltjcile, 1910-11, Gulfport, Miss. 

Teacher of English in the High School, Chandler, Okla., 1915-16. 

Cummings, Louise Duffield, 1900, 1912-13, See page 5. 

Curtis, Margaret, 1907-08,. . . .61 Trumbull Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1913, Pro.fessor Hugh Harlshorne. 

Dale, Jennie, 1895-96, Ojai Valley, Ventura Co., Cal. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Morgan Barnes. One son, one daughter. 

Dame, Katharine, 1894r-95, 24 North Allen Street, Albany, N. Y. 

Instructor in the New York State Library School, 1910-16, and Cataloguer, New York 
State Library, 1911-16. 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, 1911-12, See page 9. 

Darling, Jessie, 1895-96, 5 Douglas Road, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Arthur W . Henshaw. Two sons, one daughter. 

Darlington, Beulah Walter, 1893-94, 

305 North High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Maurice Baldwin Pratt. One son, two daughters. 

Daugherty, Ellouise, 1894-95, Died, 1903. 

Daughtrey, Gene, 1908-09, 177 West North Avenue, Atlanta, Ga. 

Married, 1913, Professor William Stockton Nelms. 

Davidson, Alice Reed, 1898-1900, 

704 North Avenue, West, North Side, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Davis, Anna Laura, 1913-14, Guilford College, N. C. 

Davis, Esther, 1911-12, Great Bridge, Staffordshire, England. 

Davis, Mabel, 1905-06, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. 

Davis, Margaret, 1909-10, GuiKord College, N. C. 

Assistant Principal and Teacher of I,atin and Engli.sh, Corinth Acadeniv, Ivor, Va., 
1915-16. 

Davis, Ruby, 1903-04, 1914-15, Lansdowme, Pa. 

Teacher of German and Scripture in the Friends' Select School, Philadelphia, 1912-15, 
on leave of absence, 1915-16. 

DA^^s, Sarah Ellen, 1905-06, See page 25. 

Dean, Harriet Lulu, 1902-03, 

4714 Eighth Avenue, N. E., Seattle, Wash. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Hans Julius Carstensen (t 1913). One daughter. 



90 Former Graduate StudenU 

Deems, Elsu:, 1914-15. See page 9. 

Deftrick, Ethel, 1906-07, . . 600 Thirteenth Avenue, Xew Brighton, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin in toe High School, Xew Brighton, 1909—1-5. 

De Lag-txa, Grace Me.id AxDErs, 190S-09, 

Yarrow East, BrjTi ^Slawr, Pa. 

Associate in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1910-16. 

JMarried, 1905, Professor Theodore de Leo de Laguna. One daughter, one son. 

De Loxg, Ida Lela, 1912-13, R. R. 2, Hudson Falls, N. Y. 

Teacher of EngUsh and German in Westto'mi Boarding School, Westtown, Pa., 1915-16. 

De^-is, Willet, 1S99-1901, See page 74. 

De?vise, Edith, 1SS9-90, Lake Forest, 111. 

Dean of 'VTomen and Assistant Professor of German, Lake Forest College, 1906-16. 

D'EvELT>-, Charlotte, 1913-15, 

22 Park Crescent, Oxford, England. Summer: 312 Phelan Building, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow and Student in England, 1915-16. 

Detvees, Susaiv Ja:\-at;t, 1914-15, See page 26. 

Dettell, Jessie Xetes, 1892-93, 232 Braxiley Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Teacher of Music, 1907-16. 

Dewet, Elizabeth Bkalet, 1914-15, See page 18. 

Married, 1914. Mr. Frederick Archibald Dewey. 

DiLLix. ]\Iaegabet Sidner, 1909-10, See page 9. 

DiMOX, Abigail Camp, 1898-99, 1901-04, See page 9. 

Dismgre, ]Mabgaeet Stewart, 1910-11, 

Summer, Chenies, West Byfleet, Surrej', England. 

Dixox, -\lice LonsE, 1910-11, Elkin, X. C. 

Teacher of Latin and French in the High School, Jamestown, X. C, 191.3-16. 

DoN"XELLT, Helen [Mary, 1914r-lo, 5046 Vernon Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Instructor in the High School, University City, Mo., 191.5-16. 

DoxxELLT, LrcT ^Martin-, 1895-97, See page 27. 

Doolittle. Margaret, 1911-12, See page 9. 

Dgw^ixg, Maid, 1903-08, Address unknown. 

DRErTLEis;, Mae Cecelia, 1903-04, ... 762 Park Avenue, ]SIead^alle, Pa. 

Married, 190S, Mr. James Clement Shulis. Two daughters. 

Dboege, IVIathilde, 1908-09, 1229 Madison Avenue, Xew York Cit}^ 

Teacher of Geography in the Brearley School, Xew York City, 1914-16. 

DrcEETT, Eleaxoe Shipley, 1911-12. 1913-14, See page 5. 

DrDLEY, LonsE, 1905-06, 1910, See page 5. 

DiTvBAR, Ri?TH Jciiette, 1910-11, ... .75 Division Street, Ashtabula, O. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Carey S. Sheldon, Jr. 

Dtjkob, Caroline ArsTix, 1914-15, 

810 Columbus Avenue, Xew York Citj*. 
Graduate Scholar in Geology, Chicago University, 1015-16. 

Dtee, Mildred, 1911-12, 10 South Gilbert Street, Iowa Cit}-, la. 

Professor of German in the High School, Iowa City, 1913-16. 

East, Helex Clare, 1914-15, 2230 Central Street, Evanston, 111. 

EaSTLAXD, XoEilA EtTHEiHA, 1913-14, 

1226 Xorth 18th Street, Waco, Tex. 



Former Graduate Sludeiils 91 

Easton, Margaret, 1891-92, Walnut and College Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Frank Rahm Liggett. One daughter, one son. 

Eby, Minnie Dorothy, 1901-04,. .705 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 

Instructor in Chemistry, New Jersey State Normal School, 1904-16. 

Eddingfield, June Christina, 1912-13, .See page 74. 

Edwards, Alma Taylor, 1907-08, Salemburg, N. C. 

Edwards, Edith, 1901-02, See page 27. 

Edwards, Elizabeth Mary, 1912-14, 

419 West 118th Street, New York City. 

Temporary Instructor in History and Economics, Hunter College, New York City, 1914-16. 

Ehlers, Bertha Sophie, 1914-15, See page 27. 

Eisenhower, Anna Belle, 1903-04, 1909-10, 

802 De Kalb Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Head of French Department in the Friends' Central School, Philadelphia, 1907-16. 

Elmore, May Terry, 1898-1900, 109 West Chemung Place, Elmira, N. Y. 

Head of English Department in the Dwight School, Englewood, N. J., 1901-15, on leave 
of absence, 1915-16. 

Emery, Agnes, 1886-87, Lawi-ence, Kan. 

Emery, Anne Crosby, 1892-93, 1895, 1895-96, See page 5. 

Engelmann, Susanne Charlotte, 1912-13, 

Fasonenstrasse 65, Berlin W. 15, Germany. 

Eno, Sara Wooster, 1912-14, Charlotte, Vt. 

Circulation and Reference Librarian, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-16. 

Evans, Mae J., 1893-94, 7 Bromley Court, Cambridge, Mass. 

EwALD, Marina, 1912-13, 

Kaiserin Augustastrasse 78, Berlin W. 10, Germany. 

Head Teacher in Lyceum II, Berlin-Steglitz, 1915-16. 

EwART, Jean Cossar, 1912-13, . . . 135 Cameron Street, Ottawa, Canada. 

Physical Director, Baker University, Baldwin City, Kans., 1915-16. 

EwERTH, Martha, 1913-14, Zoppot bei Danzig, Germany. 

Fahnestock, Edith, 1901-02, 1906-07, See page 5. 

Failing, Katharine Frederika, 1904-05, See page 29. 

Farnham, Lois Anna, 1900-01, 1913-14, See page 9. 

Fawcett, Mary Eliza, 1914-15, Waldo Hall, Corvallis, Ore. 

Dean of Women, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, 1915-16. 
Married, , Mr. Fawcett. 

Fay, Mary Ltjella, 1897-98, See page 9. 

Fernald, Grace Maxwell, 1904-06, 

State Normal School, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Field, Ada Martitia, 1898-99, 1900-02, 

George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn. 
Professor of Home Economics, George Peabody College for Teachers, 1915-16. 

FiLLius, Ella Sarin, 1903-04, Caldwell, Idaho. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Benjamin: Merrill Holt. One son. 

Fleisher, Eleanor Louie, 1903-04, See page 29. 

Flickinger, Alice, 1905-06, See page 9. 

Fogg, Emily, 1898-99, See page 75. 



92 Former Graduate Students 

FoRMAN, Elizabeth Betterton Chandlee, 1911-13, See page 8. 

Foster, Elizabeth Andros, 1908-10, See page 9. 

Foster, Frances Allen, 1909-11, See page 5. 

Fowler, Eugenia, 1901-02, 1908-09, See page 9. 

Fowler, Laura, 1910-11, See page 30. 

Francisco, Lucy, 1895-97, Blue Rapids, Kan. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Thomas Newby. 

Frank, Grace, 1908-10, 1913-16,. . .219 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Professor Te7iney Frank. 

Franklin, Marjorie Lorne, 1913-14, See page 75. 

Franklin, Susan Braley, 1890-93, 1901, 1901-03, See page 5. 

Eraser, Jean, 1912-13, Carman, Manitoba, Canada. 

Teacher in the High School, Carman, Manitoba, Canada, 1914-16. 

Freeman, Mary L., 1885-87, 85 Howell Street, Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Frehafer, Mabel Kathryn, 1910-11, 1912-13, See page 30. 

Fricke, Eleanor Frances, 1907-08, 

30 Allen Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Albert Gordon Peterkin, Jr. One son. 

Friedlander, Esther, 1893-94, 

2803 Second Avenue, South, Minneapohs, Minn. 

Room Principal and Senior Teacher of Latin in the South High School, Minneapolis, 
1904-16. 

Fry, Anna Delany, 1899, See page 31. 

FuLLERTON, Katharine, 1901-02, 1903-04, Princeton, N. J. 

Writer, 1910-16. 

Married, 1910, Professor Gordon Hall Gcrould. One son. 

Furnas, Edith, 1898-99, Valley Mills, Ind. 

Furnas, Marcia Moore, 1909-10, The Elms, Valley Mills, Ind. 

Assistant Cataloguer, Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, Ind. 191.3-lfi. 

Gabriel, Grace Ethel, 1911-12, 

1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, Des Moines, la. 

Teacher in the East High School, Des Moines, 1908-11, 1912-16. 

Galabert, Juliette Michel, 1913-14, Rue du Bourg, Frontignan, France. 

Professor in the Ecole normale d'Institutrices, Chateauroux, Indre, France, 1914-16, and 
nurse for wounded soldiers, 1915-16. 

Gale, Mary Eastman, 1888-90, .... 176 Pleasant Street, Laconia, N. H. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Charles Bell Hibbard. One son (f 1900), one daughter (f 1902). 

Gardner, Claribel, 1893-94, Died, 1897. 

Gardner, Julia Anna, 1906-07, See page 9. 

Garlow, Lulu, 1894-97, Died, 1897. 

Gates, Fanny Cook, 1895-96, See page 75 

Gatewood, Ethel Geneva, 1911-12, Crown City, O. 

Teacher of Science in the High School, Eureka, Mont., 1915-16. 

Geddes, Helen Corey, 1912-15, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Head Cataloguer, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-16. 

Geer, Helena, 1903-04, 50 Pineapple Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Instructor in German, Goucher College, 1915-16. 

Gerhard, Elizabeth Hill, 1911-12, See page 9. 



Former Graduate Students 93 

Gerlach, Elxa, 1909-10, Bischofsburg, East Prussia. 

Gibbons, Veenette Lois, 1912-13, See page 5. 

GiLDXER, Laura May, 1914-15. .537 West 121st Street, New York City. 

Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1915-1 13. 

Giles, Ellen Rose, 1896-98, See page 9. 

GiLLiLAND, Margaret, 1912-13, Gettj^sburg, Pa. 

GiLROY, Helen Turnbcll, 1910-11, 1914-15, See page 9. 

Gleim, Mary Agnes, 1912-14, See page 9. 

Glide, Mary L., 1899-1900, 2615 K Street, Sacramento, Cal. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Charles M. Goethe. 

GoDDARD, Anna, 1891-92, 1894,. . .402 West Adams Street, Muncie, Ind. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Robert Mong Chappell. 

GoDDARD, Grace, 1891-92, Addi'ess unkno'mi. 

Married, 1893, Mr. Cordydon M. Rich. 

GoFF, LE.4JI, 1889-90, 1893-94, See page 9. 

Goodwin, Maey Merrick, 1911-13, See page 9. 

Gordon, WiLHELinNA, 1905-06, See page 75. 

GouDGE, Mabel Ensworth, 1909-10, 

101 Victoria Road, Halifax, Xova Scotia, Canada. 

Instructor in Psj-chology, Ohio State University, 191.5-16. 

Grabill, Winogene, 1896-97, 709 College Avenue, Beloit, Wis. 

Instructor in Latin and ^lathematics, Saluda Seminars- (American Mission Association 

School for Mountain Children), Saluda, N. C, 1914-16. 
Married, 1907, Professor Robert Coit Chapin (j 1913). 

Gragg, Florence Alden, 1899-1900, Hudson, Alass. 

Associate Professor of Latin, Vassar CoUege, 1914-16. 

Graham, Minnie Alihra, 1911-12, See page 6. 

Gray, Agnes Woodbury, 1895-96, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1894, Professor Henr;/ Sherring Pratt. One daughter. 

Greene, Ella Catherine, 1898-99, 155 Union Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Teacher of Latin in the Ethical Culture School, New York City, 1911-16. 

Greene, Inez Abigail, 1908-09, 129 Campus Avenue, Ames, la. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Louis Agassiz Test. One son. 

Greenwood, Celia Daphnt;, 1901-02, '. Princeton, 111. 

Grice, Ettalene Mears, 1912-14, 341 King Avenue, Columbus, 0. 

Graduate Student in Semitic Languages, Yale University, 1914-13. 

Grimes, Ethel, 1896-97, .... 1546 jMassachusetts Street, La-m-ence, Kan. 

Married, 1901, Mr. J. H. Outlayid. 

Grossmann, Bella IMira, 1896, See page 33. 

Gruening, Martha, 1909-10, 505 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

Guy, Ruth Alline, 1912-13, 335 Convent Avenue, New York City. 

Medical Student, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1913-14. 

Gt\-inn, Mary, 1887-88, See page 6. 

Hackenberg, Erna jNIathilde, 1912-13, 

Fruchtstrasse 63 II, Berlin, 0. 17, Germany. 

Hackney, Henryanna Clay, 1895-96, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Daiid White. One daughter. 

H.UNES, Jane Bowne, 1891-92, 1893-94, See page 9. 



9i Former Graduate Students 

Hatnt;.?, Maey, lb91-92, 1206 Twenty-first Street, De= Glomes, la. 

Married, 1S&6, Mr. Fra/J: Irzing HerrioU. Three sons, two daughters. 

Hale, :\Iabzl, 190S-09, 137 East 40th Street, New York Citj-. 

Instructor in Latin, iliss Chapin's School, Xew York City, 1911-16. 

Hall, Edith Hatwaed, 1900-01, 1905-09, See page 6. 

Hall, Florence, 1888-89, Box 135. AVilrnington, Del. 

^Married, 1867, Mr. John C. Philips. One son, two daughters. 

Hallett, Saeah Xewtox, 1914-1.5, 

Care of Rhode Islaiid Hospital Trust Company, Providence, E,. I. 

Teacher of Historv in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia and Assistant to the Warden, 
Pembroke HaU, Brj-n Mavrr College, 191.5-16. 

Hammer, Christine Potts, 1912-1.3, See page 34. 

Haxixgtox, Floeexce, 1904-05, See page 70. 

Haxn-a, Mart Alice, 1911-12, 191^15, See page 76. 

Hakbach, Maede Amelia, 1900-01,. . .2221 Union Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Hardcastle, Frances, 1892-93, See page 76. 

ELardexbrook, Mildred, 1911-12, 1913-14, See page 76. 

BLiRDix, ViRGLNiA, 1914-15, 1312 .Josephine Street, Denver, Col. 

Teacher of English Literature and History in the High School, Denver, and Playground 
Instructor, Denver Plajgrounds, 1915-16. 

Harding, Flora Keziah, 1903-04, Mars Hill, N. C. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Mars HiU College, 1913-16. 
:Married, 190S, Mr. Jacob Taium Eaton (f 1912). 

Harlet, EA.THARINE Yenai, 1912-13, See page 35. 

Harmon, E.5ther, 1906-07, See page 6. 

Harper, Carrie An-na, 1896-97, See page 6. 

Harper, Ethel, 1910-11, See page 35. 

Harper, Florence ]Mat, 1914^16, 

Care of P. J. Glennon, 711 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, Wash. 

Scholar in Romance Languages, Brj-n !Mawr College, and Teacher of English Literature 
in the Harcum School, Br\-n Mawr, 191-5-16. 

Harrington. Emily Bevan, 1S9.5-96, Died, 1906. 

Harpjson, Jane Annetta, 1913-14, See page 70. 

Harrison, Miriam Alice, 1892-93, 

2017 Argjie Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 

^larried, 1901, The Rez. Stephen Stanton Myrick. Two sons, one daughter. 

Harrison, Susan Rachel, 1885-87, 

206 North Friends" Avenue, TMiittier, Cal. 

Member of School Board, Whittier, 1912-16. 
Married, 1S93, Mr. ATlen Clinord Johnson. 

Haseman, ]Mart Gertrede, 1911-13, See page 76. 

Haskell, Caroline Flora, 1897-98, MarshalltowTi, la. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Ira Oscar Kemble. One son. 

Hatterslzt, ISIabel, 1910-11, .Address unknown. 

Ba_zen, Annah PrxNAM, 1597-98, See page 76. 

Haweins, Emma Jean, 1902-03, :Malone, N. Y. 

Head, Ha.rriet Frazier, 1895-96, See page 35. 



Former Graduate Students 95 

Head, Margaret Louise, 1911-12, 

7720 North Ashland Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Walther Buchen. 

Heath, Mary Bailey, 1893-94, Scottsboro, Ala. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Waldemar Lee. Two daughiters. 

Hedges, Olive, 1904-05, .336 North Twelfth Street, Newcastle, Ind. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Ernest Robert Payne. 

Heffner, Barbara, 1909-10, Heinestrasse 2, Wiirzburg, Germany. 

Married, 1911, Dr. Hugo Noll. 

Hege, Flora, 1910-11, 116 West 12th Avenue, Emporia, Kan. 

Student, National Training School for Y. W. C. A. Secretaries, New York City, 191.5-16. 

Helm, Maude Lucille, 1905-06, . .1416 East Long Street, Columbus, O. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Herman A. Bloom. 

Hemenway, Josephine, 1899-1900, 57 West 58th Street, New York City. 

Lecturer, Teachers' College, 1913-16. 

Married, 1911, Dr. James Henry Kenyan. Two daughters. 

Hemperly, Catharine, 1910-11, 1626 Green Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Instructor in Chemistry, Irving College, Mechanicsburg, Pa., 1914-16. 

Henley, Florence Ruth, 1899-1900, 

3132 North New Jersey Street, Indianapohs, Ind. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Murray Nathan Hadley. Three sons. 

Heritage, Gertrude Langden, 1896-1900, 1909-10, See page 9. 

Hewitt, Jessie Germain, 1908, See page 36. 

HiESTAND, Eleanor M., 1890-93, 1022 Clinton Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1893, Mr. William Moore. 

Hill, Sarah D., 1903-04, See page 76. 

HiLLES, Margaret Hill, 1899-1900, See page 36. 

HiLLiARD, Caroline E., 1885-86, New Paltz, N. Y. 

HiLLMAN, Elizabeth, 1900-01, Died, 1911. 

HiMES, Anna Magdalen, 1900-01, Mechanicsburg, 111. 

Married, 1904, Mr. George V. Metzel. 

Hodge, Helen Henry, 1901-04, See page 9. 

HoGUE, Mary Jane, 1905-07, 503 North High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Instructor in Zoology, WeUesley College, 1914-16. 

Holmes, Mary Davis, 1905-06, Woodland, N. C. 

Hood, Ida Mary, 1912-13, Leeds Station, Sioux City, la. 

Head of Miss Hood's School of Expression and Dramatic Instruction, 1914-16. 

Hopkins, Edna Pierson, 1910-11,. . .1177 Fillmore Street, Topeka, Kan. 

Student in the Washburn Law School, Topeka, 1915-16. 

Hopkins, Mary Delia, 1897-98, See page 9. 

Hopp, Marie, 1912-13, Barnard College, New York City. 

HoRiNE, Anna Mary, 1902-03, Faii-banks, Alaska. 

Married, 1905, Mr. John Franklin Zimmerman. 

HoRST, Mary Elizabeth, 1902-04, Myerstown, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Elmer Lewis Mohn. Married, 1912, Dr. Harvey D. Miller. 

Hotchkiss, Ruth, 1907-09, 50 Atlas Street, Akron, O. 

Teacher of History in the South High School, Akron, 1911-16. 

Howard, Hazel Antoinette, 1906-07, Whittier, Cal. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Herbert Elmore White. 



96 Former Graduate Students 

HowLAND, Marcella, 1891-92, Died, 1894. 

HowsoN, Emily JElizabeth, 1910-13, See page 10. 

HoYT, Helen Strong, 1897-99, See page 10. 

Hubbard, Alice Philena Felicia, 1913-14, See page 77. 

Hudson, Hilda Phoebe, 1910-11, 

34 Birdhiirst Road, Croydon, Surrey, England. 

Lecturer in Mathematics, West Ham Municipal Technical Institute, 1913-16. 

Hudson, Margaret Elizabeth, 1912-13, See page 38. 

HuEBENER, Helen J., 1904-08,. . .231 Lancaster Avenue, Lancaster, Pa. 

Teacher of French in Dana Hall, Wellesley, ^lass., 1911-16. 

Huff, Frances Josephine, 1908-09, Bridgeport, Tenn. 

Hull, Dorothy Palmer, 1914-15,. . .484 Hope Street, Providence, R. I. 

Student Bryant and Stratton Business College, Providence, 1915-16. 

HuLLEY, Harriet Spratt, 1913-14, De Land, Fla. 

Teacher of Latin, Sanford, Fla., 191-5-16. 

Hunnicutt, Gertrude Oren, 1895, 1895-96, Address unkno-mi. 

Hunter, Mary Jo, 1910-11, 

212 Alaiyland Avenue, X. E., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Smith Culbertaon. Two daughters. 

HussEY, Mary Ixda, 1897-1901, 1906, See page 6. 

Hutchin, Elizabeth Ferguson, 1904—05, See page 38. 

Hyde, Ida H., 1891-92, See page 77. 

Irish, Florence Catherine, 1915, See page 38. 

Jackson, Alice W., 1888-89, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Teacher of English in the Marj- Lyon School, Swarthmore, 1913-15. 

Jackson, M. Katharine, 1908-09, 

Xorman House, RushoLme, Manchester, England. 

Married, 190S, Mr. William Harta.i Jackson. Three daughters. 

James, Eleanor, 1908-10, See page 39. 

James, Mary Den^ver, 1902-03, See page 39. 

Jarman, Margaret Dance, 1911-12, LoreauviUe, La. 

Teacher in the High School, Clarksdale, Miss., 1915-16. 

Jay, Anna Elizabeth, 1900-01, .. 122 North 11th Street, Richmond, Ind. 

Jeffers, Mary, 1895-98, 1903-04, 1906-07, 1908-09, See page 10. 

Jeffries, Helen Howard, 1889-90, Valentine, Xeb. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Joseph Warner Angell. One daughter, two sons. 

JoBE, Mary Lenore, 1901-03,. . .50 Morningside Drive, New York City. 

Instructor in History in Hunter College, 1914-16; Director, Camp Fire Girls, 1915-16; 
Geographic Research and Exploration, 1915. 

Johnson, Alice Phebe, 1902-03,. ..2125 Sixth Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Teacher in the McKinley Avenue Intermediate School, Los Angeles, 1915-16. 

Johnson, Annette, 1906-07, Portage, Pa. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Calvin C. Rtish. One daughter, one .son. 

Johnson, Elizabeth, 1894-95, 2424 Seventh Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 

iMarried, 1896, Mr. Fred. Weaver Esgen. One son, one daughter. 

Johnson, Elizabeth Forrest, 1913-14, Brj-n Mawr, Pa. 

Head of the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-16. 



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Former Graduate Students 97 

Johnson, Emily, 1905-06, 

114 South Guadalupe Street, Redondo Beach, Cal. 

Married, 1913, Mr. John Edmund Duffy. 

Johnson, Helen Moore, 1909-10, Osceola, Mo. 

Professor in Foreign I.anguages, Oklahoma College for Women, Chikasha, Okla., 1913-16. 

Johnson, Mary Augusta, 1887-89, Marco, Fla. 

Married, 1894, Dr. Charles Louis Olds. Three daughters. 

Johnson, Miriam Leigh, 1905-06, See page 10. 

Johnson, Rose Valere, 1912-13,. . . .R. F. D. 3, Box 52, Oskaloosa, la. 

Instructor in German in the High School, Ames, la., 1913-10. 

JoHNSTiN, Ruth Frances, 1903-04, 158 East 1st Street, London, 0. 

Head of Department of Chemistry, Milwaukee Downer College, 1910-16. 

Johnston, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1914-15, See page 10. 

JoLLiFFE, Ruby Maud, 1907-08, 7 East 15th Street, New York City. 

Extension Secretary, Central Branch of Y. W. C. A., 1915-16. 

Jonas, Anna Isabel, 1905-06, 1910-12, See page 6. 

Jones, Grace Latimer, 1901-02, See page 10. 

Jones, Josephine Margharetta, 1910-11, See page 40. 

Jurist, Helen Stieglitz, 1909-10, See page 10. 

Kaminski, Lilian Virginia, 1898-99, 

1619 Cambridge Road, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Married, 1909, Dr. Charles Wallis Edmunds. One daughter. 

Kaminski, Olive M., 1899, Richmond, Ind. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Henry Rayhurn Robinson. Two sons. 

Kearney, Jeannette, 1914-15, Washington Avenue, Racine, Wis. 

Teacher of German in the High School, Montello, Wis., 191.5-16. 

Keiller, Mabel Matthewson, 1908-11, See page 10. 

Kellogg, Angie Lillian, 1913-14, See page 77. 

Kellum, Margaret Button, 1897-99, 1904-05, See page 40. 

Kennard, Helen Rose, 1911-12, 1207 North 3rd Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Kindergarten Work, 1915-16. 

Keys, Florence V., 1895-96, See page 77. 

Kidwell, Lola May, 1900-01, Kwassmi Jo Gakko, Nagasaki, Japan. 

Teacher in Kwassmi Jo Gakko, Nagasaki, 1914-15. 

King, Emma Gurney, 1902-03, High Point, N. C. 

Director of Dormitories, State Normal CoUege, Greensboro, N. C, 1915-16. 

King, Helen Dean, 1895-97, 1901-06, See page 6. 

King, Helen Maxwell, 1908-09, 1912-13, See page 71. 

King, Marie Seward, 1909-10, See page 77. 

King, Maude Gladys, 1908-09, Address unknown. 

KiNGSLEY, Mary Winship, 1903-05, 1011 California Avenue, Urbana, 111. 

Graduate Student in History, University of Illinois, 1913-16. 

Kirk, Abby, 1905-06, See page 41. 

KiRKLAND, Winifred Margaretta, 1898-1900, 

46 Panola Place, Asheville, N. C. 

Writer of Fiction and Essays, 1908-16. 

KissiCK, Emily Kent, 1910-11, 301 K Avenue, Oskaloosa, la. 

Principal of the High School, New Sharon, la., 1915-16. 



98 Former Graduate Students 

TxTFTX- Elizabeth. 1910-11, TTilhelm. Weberstrasse 3, Gottingen, Germany. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Rooeri Staiger (j 1914). 

ExEix, Geetetde," IQOJ^Oo, See page 41. 

Kleeste, Hildegakd, 1913-14, 

Fregerstracse SO, Priedenau, Berlin, Germany. 

Kneppee, Myrtle^ 1902-03, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

Professor of Mathematics, State Hormal School, Cape Girardeau, 1913-16. 

Latrd, Euzabeth Rebecca, 1900-01, See page 6. 

L.i2vlB. DOEOTHT, 1912-13, 

6 Wnbraham Road, FaUowfield, Manchester, England. 

Lamb, Gbace Loed, 1S9S-99, 911 West 8tli Street. Erif?, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Friderich Cl.iUenoin Borst. One son, one daughter. 

Lambeet, Leliax ViTALiorE. 1906-07, 

1328 East 13th Street, Des Moines, la. 

Lambeeton, Helex, 1907-08, See page 10. 

Lan'ge^-beck, Ci-ara, 1911-12, See page 71. 

Laek, IVIabel Lotetta, 1S97-99, Address unknown. 

Married, 1S99, Dr. WiUiarr, John Gift. 

Lathom, ■Men-qe White, 1902-04, Hernando, ]Miss. 

Latimee, CABOLrN-E W., 1891-96, See page 10. 

Latta, Maed Abigail, 1904-05, Antigo, Wis. 

LArTz, Geetbede Mae, 1896-97, 189S-99, 

87 Hamilton Place, Xew York City. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Edward MiUon Suilif. 

Lawthee, A2fXA Bell, 1898-99, 1901-05, See page 42. 

Lee, Elva, 1893-94, See page 10. 

Leetwich, Floeexce, 1898-99, 1902, See page 6. 

Lewis, Alice G., 1894-95, 30 Koun !Machi, ]Mita, Tokjo, Japan. 

Missionarj' of the Society of Friends and Teacher in Friends' Girls' .School, Tokj-o, 1915-16. 

Lewis, Maet H., 1893^94 575 Summit Avenue, Pasadena, Cal. 

Private Tutor, 1910-16. 

Lewis, Noea, 1910-11, 237 Silver Birch Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

Teacher of Classics, Foit WUliam CoUegiate Institute, Fort WUliana, Ontario, 1912-16; on 
leave of absence and taking courses at Coliunbia University, 1915-16. 

Lewis, Rosa Ellex, 1888-89, Oskaloosa, la. 

Professor cf English, Pemi CoUege, 1899-1916. 

Lewis. Saeah Elva, 1888-89, Whittier, Cal. 

Married, 1891, Mr. M. M. Cox. 

Lesdsat, Feaxces Jeax, 1905-06, .... 319 Pleasant Street, Halifax, X. S. 

Organising and rec-ataloguing the Library, Dalhousie ITniversity, 191.5-16. 

LcppoLDT, Genevieve LonsE, 1910-11, 946 Spruce Street, Boulder, Colo. 

Little, Lexobe ^Ihxicext, 1914-15, 89 Atwood Street, Hartford, Conn. 

LlewelltX; Efete Geetbede. 1902, 

38 Indejiendence Street, Shamokin, Pa. 

Locke, Geace Peelet, 1898-99, See page 10. 

Long, Floeexce, 1913-14 Pierceton, Ind. 

Instructor in Mathematics, Earltam College, 1914-16. 

Long, Helex Elizabeth, 1911-12, IMerion, Pa. 



Former Graduate Students 99 

LoiSGWELL, IvATHEEixE Caa-enagh, 1912-13, See page 10. 

Lord, Elizabeth Evans, 1914-15, See page 44. 

Lord, Isabel Ely, 1897-1900, 176 Emerson Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Director of School of Household Science and Arts, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1910—16. 

Lord, Katharine Florence, 1900-01, 

National Arts Club, New York City. 

Writer of Plays and Magazine Articles, 1912-16. 

LoRiNG, Mildred West, 1913-14, 1212 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow in Psychology, Johns Hopkins University, 1914-15. 

LossE, Vivian Beatrice, 1902-03, 

7 Martin Avenue, Hanchett Park, San Jose, Cal. 

Teacher of German in the Normal Kindergarten, 1915-16. 
Married, 1910, Dr. James Clark Blair. Two daughters. 

LowATER, Frances, 1897-98, 1902-06, See page 6. 

LowENGRUND, Helen Moss, 1906-08, 1909-10, See page 10. 

Lucas. Ethel, 1904-05, Address unknown. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Eugene Slanton Nostrand. One daughter. 

Lucy, Sarah Bird, 1894^96, Address unkno^ii. 

Member of a Sisterhood. 

Lynch, Caroline Vinia, 1909-10, 

217 Norfolk Street, Dorchester Centre, Mass. 

Lyon, Dorothy Wilberforce, 1887-89, 1892, 1893-94, See page 6. 

MacDonald, Margaret Baxter, 1897-98, 1900-01, See page 6. 

Macpadzean, Agnes Murray, 1912-14, 

BaUol School, Sedbergh, Yorkshire, England. 

Teacher of French and German in Baliol School, 1915-16. 

Macintosh, Marian T., 1890-91, See page 45. 

Macintosh, Mary Bennett, 1907-08, Alda, Neb. 

Teacher of English in the High School, Omaha, Xeb., 1909-15. 

Mack, Mary Latimer, 1898-99, Aldrich Building, Jophn, Mo. 

Physician, 1908-16; Lecturer in Obstetrics, St. Johns Hospital, 191.3-16. 

MacRae, E^^lina, 1906-07, 1700 Arch Street, Philadelphia. 

Nursing and Social Work, 188S-1916. 

Mac V AY, Anna Pearl, 1895-97, Athens, O. 

Teacher of Classics in the Wadleigh High School, New York City, 1900-16, and First 
Assistant to Principal, 1911-16. 

Maddison, Isabel, 1892-93, See page 6. 

Magee, Helen, 1914-16, 115 South 7th Street, Easton, Pa. 

Stenographer to the President, Brj-n !Mawr College, 1914-16. 

Mann, Carrie Alice, 1901-03, See page 78. 

Marshall, Mamie, 1913-14, Union, la. 

Teacher in Vermilion Grove, 111., 1914-16. 

Marsh, Elizabeth, 1902-04, Address unknown. 

Marshall, Ruth Elizabeth, 1914^15, 

3344 Portland Avenue, Minneapolis, ISIinn. 

Teaching Fellow in History, University of ^Minnesota, 1915—16. 

Martin, Eiolie Norton, 1894-95, 1896-97, 1898-99, 1901-02, 1906-07. 

See page 6. 

Mason, Mary Taylor, 1892-94, 1909-11, See page 45. 



100 Former Graduate Students 

Masset, Isabella IMellis^ 1909-10, 

Cromer Cottage, Wrentham, near Wangford, Suffolk, England. 

Assistant Lecturer in Germanic Philologv, Roval Hollowav College, Surrey, England, 
1915-16. 

Mats-DBA, Michi, 1908-10, See page 4.5. 

May, Elsie Gertrude, 1909-10, 

38 Forest Road, IMoseley, Birmingham, England. 

Secretary to the Appointments Board, University of Manchester, 1914—16. 

May, Ltjcy Isabelle, 1910-11,. .222 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass. 
McAllister, Mahy Agnes, 1906-07, 30 East High Street, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Pleasantville, X. J., 1913-16. 

McCague, Eliz-ibeth Weltt, 1898-99, 

409 ]\Iorewood Avenue, E. E. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

McCarroll, Harriet Etta, 1898-1900, R,. F. D. 1, Boise, Idaho. 

Principal of High School, Boise, 1915-16. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Herbert Horace Draper (j 1913). 

McCarter, Flora, 1897-98,.. . .St. Gene-vaeve's College, AsheviUe, X. C. 

Professor of English, St. Genevieve'.? College, 1913-16. 

Married, 1900, Mr. George Thurston Macauley (f 1907). One son. 

McClellan, Louise French, 1896-97, 

229 East Butler Street, ]\Iercer, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Mercer Academy, 1911-16. 

McCracken, Bertha., 1914-15, Newberg, Ore. 

Teacher in Pacific College, 1915-16 

McCrackin, Helen, 1899-1900, Hamilton, :Mont. 

Teacher of English in the High School, Hamilton, 1903-04, 1913-16. 

McEl^svain, Mary Belle, 1903-04, GiUett House, Northampton, Mass. 

Assistant Professor of Latin, Smith College, 1914-16. 

McGeorge, Beatrice, 1902-03, See page 46. 

McGiLL, Mary Buchanan, 1906-07, Thurmont, Md. 

Teacher of History and Enghsh in the IMount Ida School for Girls, Newton, INIass., 1913-15. 

McKee, Masy Clarissa, 1907-08, 479 Campbell Street, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Teacher of Chemistry and Physics in Xorthfield Seminar}-, E. Northfield, iNIass., 1911-16. 

McLaughry, Margaret, 1893, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Superintendent of Overlook Sanitarium, Xevr Wilmington, 1911-16. 

McLean, Charlotte Frelinghuysen, 1906-07, See page 46. 

McMahan, Ena, 1908-09, Died, 1915. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Frank Edgerton Harkness. 

McMuxLEN, Je ANNETTE Craig, 1903-04, SteUa, Neb. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Charles W. Beatie. One daughter, one son. 

McMuLLEN, Jessie Poe, 1900-01, Tarkio, ]Mo. 

Teacher in Preparatory Department, Tarkio College, 1914-15. 

Mendenhall, Auce Ann, 1895-96, Quakertowm, Pa. 

Literarj- Editor, 1912-16. 

Mendenhall, Cassie Corina, 1912-13, High Point, X. C. 

Mendenhall, Gertrude W., 1891-92, 

1023 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Instructor in Mathematics in the State Normal and Industrial College, Greensboro, 1892- 
1916. 

Meredith, ]M-\ey Anna, 1896-97, 1905, 

221 East Market Street, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Married, _1904, Professor Benjamin. LeRoy Miller. One daughter, one son. 



Former Graduate Students 101 

Meredith, Rosella, 1899-1900, 3710 North 31st Street, Tacoma, Wash. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Horrij John DiUton. Two daughters, one son. 

Meredith, Susan Lucile, 1905-06, 

692 Seventeenth Street, Des Moines, la. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Marion Bruner Seeverft. 

Merrill, Kathaeine, 1889-90, See page 78. 

Merriman, Lucile, 1899, See page 47 

Miller, Mary Elizabeth, 1890-91, 42 Dana Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Minor, Jessie Elizabeth, 1914-15, 

1320 Washington Avenue, Springfield, Mo. 

Graduate Scholar in Chemistry, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Mitchell, Gertrude, 1894-95, 32 Murray Street, Flushing, N. Y. 

Married, 1S86, Mr. John S. Streeper. 

Montenegro, Sara, 1903-04, See page 47. 

Montgomery, Amelia, 1905-06, See page 10. 

Moore, Anna Mary, 1894-95, 260 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Benjamin Cadbury. Two sons. 

Moore, Lucile Hannah, 1902-03, 

946 East South Street, Galesburg, 111. 

Alarried, 1915, Dr. Benjamin Harrison Grave. 

Morgan, Louise Baggott, 1907-10, 1911-12, 

308 Breeze Terrace, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Gordon Scott Fulcher. 

Morrill, Georgiana Lea, 1888-89, 117 West 58th Street, New York City. 

Lecturer before the Board of Education, New York City, and to private classes, 1906-15. 

Morris, Margaretta, 1901-05, See page 48. 

MoRRiss, Margaret Shove, 1904-06, See page 6. 

Morse, Kate Niles, 1898-99, 1900-01, See page 71. 

Morton, Caroline Millard, 1911-12, See page 79. 

Moser, Lillian Virginia, 1905-08, See page 10. 

Mower, Myra, 1905-06, Newberry, S. C. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Benry Thomjison Cannon. 

Murdoch, Charlotte Soutter, 1897-99, Hsi-an-fu, Shensi, China. 

Married, 1907, Dr. Andrew Young. 

Murray, Marcia, 1904-05, Chariton, la. 

Married, 1905, Mr. William A. Eikenherry. 

MuRTHA, Mary Washburn, 1908-09, 

Care of U. S. Engineer Office, San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Married, 1910, Mr. William Tihhitts Wehh. 

Nathans, Beatrice Cornelia, 1914, See page 49. 

Naylor, Ella R., 1895-96, 730 Maple Street, Pasadena, Cal. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Frank Hulburd Harris. Three sons. 

Nearing-, Mary Frances, 1914-16, See page 49. 

Nejlson, Nellie, 1893-94, 1895-96, 1900-01, See page 6. 

Nesbit, Clara, 1896-97, Franklin, Pa. 

Nesbit, Margaret Ethel, 1904-05, Cochranton, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Dr. William Walter Shaffer. One son. 



102 Former Graduate Students 

Newkirk, Alice Matnard Field, 1910-12, Radnor, Pa. 

President, Pennsylvania College Equal Suffrage League, 1915-16. 
Married, 1901, Mr. Walter Matthew Newkirk. 

Newlin, Flora Alice, 1890-91, 3147 West 28th Avenue, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1S94, Mr. Barclay W. Henshaw. Three daughters (one t 1914), five sons. 

Newman, Celia Elizabeth, 1907-08, .... 865 Pearl Street, Eugene, Ore. 

Newton, Elizabeth Hughes, 1912-13,. 

346 Mountain Street, Montreal, P. Q., Canada. 

Teacher of Classics and History, Braemar, Vancouver, B. C, 1913-16. 

Nichols, Content Shepard, 1899-1900, See page 10. 

Nichols, Elizabeth, 1894-95, See page 49. 

Nichols, Helen Hawley, 1906-08, 1909-10, See page 6. 

NiELDS, Elizabeth, 1900, See page 49. 

Noble, Edith, 1909-10, Apartado 115 bis, Mexico City, Mexico. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Raymond Albert Carhart. One son. 

NoRRis, Bertha Cornelia, 1910-11,. See page 10. 

NoRRis, Mary Rachel, 1910-11, See page 10. 

Northway, Mary Isabel, 1899-1900, See page 79. 

Norton, Mabel Harriet, 1910-13, See page 50. 

Nutting, Helen Cushing, 1908-09, 

148 Arlington Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 

Research Worker, 191.'5-16. 

Nutting, Phoebe Cushing, 1907-09, Naukeag Inn, Ashburnham, Mass. 

Assistant Manager of Naukeag Inn, 1915-16. 
Married, 1911, Mr. Harold Cushing Rideoui. One son. 

Obergb, Ullericka Hendrietta, 1898-1900, See page 10. 

OcHTMAN, Dorothy, 1914-15, Cos Cob, Conn. 

Graduate Student in Historv of Art and Archssologv, and Demonstrator in History of Art, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Ogden, Ellen Seton, 1896-98, 1909-10, See page 6. 

Ogilvie, Ida Helen, 1900, See page 50. 

Olsen, Sophie Yhlen, 1898-99, See page 10. 

O'Neil, Elizabeth Breading, 1905-06, See page 11. 

Orlady, Edith, 1903-06, 1907-10, See page 50. 

Paddock, Helen Laura, 1905-07, 1908-09, 

72 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of English in the Misses Kirk's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1910-15. 

Palmer, Henrietta Raymer, 1895-96, See page 51. 

Palmer, Lula Margaret, 1903-04, Union City, Mich. 

Instructor in Spanish in the Technical High School, Oakland, Cal., 1914-16; Graduate 
Student, University of California, 1915-16. 

Park, Marion Edwards, 1898-99, 1912-14, See page 11. 

Parks, Gladys Opal, 1914-15, R. F. D. 3, Eaton, O. 

Parker, Emma Harriet, 1892-93, 1894-95, See page 79. 

Parkhurst, Helen Huss, 1912-13, 1914-15, See page 11. 

Parsons, Vera Lillian, 1912-13, See page 79. 



Former Graduate Students 103 

Parris, Marion, 1902-05, See page 6. 

Patterson, Mellissa Belle, 1894-95, 

6601 Dalzell Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Charles Robert Porter. 

Pearsall, Deborah Olive, 1904-05, .Grove City, Pa. 

Pearson, Helen Sleeper, 1891-99, 17 Eliott Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, 1906-16. 

Peckham, Emilie Comstock, 1901-03, 

226 East Market Street, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Frank Stuart Smith. One daughter, (one child t 1908). 

Peebles, Florence, 1895-96, 1897-98, 1903-04, 1906-12, ... See page 6. 

Peebles, Rose Jeffries, 1906-07, See page 6. 

Peelle, Mary Pearl, 1909-10, "The Heights," Wilmington, O. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Burritt Mills Hiatt. Two .sons. 

Peirce, Mary, 1913-14, See page 51. 

Pennell, Hannah Sharpless, 1910-11, Wawa, Pa. 

Perkins, Agnes Frances, 1898-99, See page 11. 

Perkins, Elizabeth Mary, 1900-01, See page 6. 

Perkins, Ruth, 1914-15, 302 Centre Avenue, Abington, Mass. 

Fellow in German, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Pettit, Edith, 1897-98, See page 11. 

Pew, Ethel, 1908-09, See page 52. 

Philpxjtt, Grace Maxwell, 1908-09, 

1330 North New Jersey Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Instructor in French in the Shortridge High School, Indianapolis 1910-13, 1914-16. 

PicKEL, Adele Jackson, 1901-02, Valdez, Alaska. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Henry Kramer. 

PiNNEY, Mary Edith, 1913-16, See page 71. 

Plaisted, Martha, 1910-11, See page 52. 

Platt, Julia Barlow, 1888-89, Pacific Grove, Cal. 

Pomeroy, Diana, 1901-02, Stanton, Ky. 

Married, 1904, The Rev. John C. Hanlei/. 

Pomeroy, Lida, 1901-02, 151 Park Avenue, Newcastle, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Albert Bates Street. 

Pond, Millicent, 1910-11, See page 11. 

PoPEjoY, Lida Elizabeth, 1905-06, Newport, Wash. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Emlyn Ivor Jones. One daughter. 

Porter, Mary Winearls, 1913-14, 

Care of Robert P. Porter, Esq., "The Times," London, England. 

Student, University of Geneva, 1915-16. 

PoRTERFiELD, CoRA Maud, 1900-01, Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo. 

Instructor in Latin and Education, Lindenwood College, 1915-16. 

Posse, Christine Fredrika, 1914-15,. . .935 Argyle Street, Chicago, 111. 

PoTTBERG, Ellen Esther, 1911-12, See page 52. 

Potter, Sarah M., 1886-87, 148 Ridge Street, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Married, 1890, Dr. Howard Sim.mons Paine. One daughter (f 1893). 

Potts, Laurette Eustis, 1897-98, See page 53. 



104 Former Graduate Students 

PouLTON, Ethel Maud, 1911-12, 

Clarence House, Great Bridge, Staffordshire, England. 

Preble, Jessie Lunt, 1913-15, 1710 Arch Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Graduate Student, University of California, 1915-16. 

Prentiss, Mat Louise, 1900-01, 1013 Nevada Street, Urbana, 111. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Joel Stebbins. One son, one daughter. 

Price, Marion, 1913-14, Whitford, Pa. 

Student, New York State Library School, Albany, N. Y., 1915-16. 

Probasco, Louise, 1909-10, Wilmington, O. 

PuLsiFER, Cornelia L. Boardman, 1905-06, 

14 Broad Street, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Married, 1881, Mr. William H. Puhifer (f 190.5). 

Pyle, Miriam Weir, 1904-05, Iowa Falls, la. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Warren Thomas Johnson. One son, one daughter. 

Rabourn, Susie McDowell Weldon, 1907-08, 

Odel-Moe Apartments, VisaUa, Cal. 
Head of English Department in the High School, Visalia, Cal., 1914-10. 

Rackstraw, Marjory, 1912-13, 

Copley Dene, Cholmeley Park, Highgate, London, N. England. 

Member of Friends' War Victims Relief Expedition in France, 1915-16. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, 1892-97, 1901-02, 1906-08, 1910-11, See page 6. 

Raiford, Linnie, 1901-02, R. F. D. 1, Ivor, Va. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Charles E. Neave. 

Railsback, Martha Binford, 1897-98, 

10855 South Irving Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1901, Mr. James Edson Warner. Two daughters, two sons. 

Rambo, Eleanor Ferguson, 1908-10, 1911-12, 1914-16,. . .Seepage 11. 

Rand, Gertrude, 1908-09, 1911-12, See page 7. 

Randolph, Harriet, 1896-97, 1912-13, See page 53. 

Rannells, Edith Kirk, 1906-07, . .24 West Mulberry Street, Athens, O. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Robert L. Leuis. Two sons. 

Rannells, Sara Wiley, 1910-11, 60 Arhngton Street, Asheville, N. C. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Rendel Harris Terrell. Two sons. 

Ranney, Carrie Louise, 1904-05, 

611 Madison Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Assistant Secretary, Social Welfare Association, Grand Rapids, 1915-16. 

Reade, Mabelle Constance, 1898-99, Died, 1907. 

Reed, Margaket Adaline, 1901-03, See page 80. 

Rehder, Marie, 1911-12, Stuhrs AUee, 17, Flen.sburg, Germany. 

Reilly, Marion, 1901-02, 1903, 1903-06, See page 54. 

Reimer, Marie, 1900-01, See page 7. 

Reinhardt, Elizabeth Christina, 1906-07, See page 54. 

Reitze, Harriot C, 1890-93, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 1902, Professor John Haughton Coney (t 1913). Two daughters, one son. 

Rembaugh, Bertha, 1897-98, See page 11. 

Rendel, Frances Elinor, 1908-09, 

5 Hornton Street, Kensington, London, England. 



Former Graduate Students 105 

Reynolds, Grace Potter, 1909-10, See page 7. 

Reynolds, Maude Elizabeth, 1910-11,. 605 N. Maple Street, Eaton, O. 

Teacher of Latin and Gerinau in the High School, Eaton, 1912-16. 

Reynolds, Sophie S., 1892-93, 7 Hakes Avenue, Hornell, N. Y. 

Trustee of Public Library, 1907-16. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Bertis Rupert Wakeman. Three sons, one daughter (f 1908). 

Rhoads, Anna Ely, 1889-90, 1893-95, . See page 11. 

Rhodes, Anna Eaton, 1895-96, Box 170, R. F. D. No. 1, Seattle, Wash. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Arthur D. Rogers. 

RiBLE, Blanch, 1912-13,. . . .814 Twenty-eighth Street, Sacramento, Cal. 

Rice, Edith Florence, 1907-08, See page 11. 

Rich, Sophronia Baker, 1899-1900,. .20 Sargent Street, Newton, Mass. 

Richards, Annabella Elliott, 1908-11, See page 54. 

Richardson, Emily Martin, 1909-10, Broadhearth, Waban, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Charles Huntington Porter. Two daughters. 

RiEGEL, Ella, 1910-11, 1912-13, See page 54. 

RiGGS, Carrie Lane, 1898-99, Henley Road, Richmond, Ind. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Arthur M. Charles. Two daughters. 

RiGGS, Inez L., 1895-96, Limon, Colo. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Lee Barber. 

Ritchie, Mary Helen, 1896-98, See page 7. 

Roach, Lulu Athalee, 1907-08, . . 654 East Alder Street, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Clyde Orlando Marietta. One daughter, one sou. 

Roberson, Cornelia, 1896-97, Greensboro, N. C. 

Married, 1902, Dr. Edward Randolph Michavx. 

Roberts, Christine Gwendoline Mary, 1913-14, 

3 Brunswick Square, London, W. C. England. 

English Teacher, International Guild, 1914-16. 

Roberts, Elizabeth Ellinwood, 1905-06, 1907-08, 

1190 Buchon Street, San Luis Obispo, Cal. 

Teacher of Modern Languages in the High School, San Luis Obispo, Cal., 1912-16. 

Roberts, Louise Elizabeth, 1910-12, See page 11. 

Robertson, Emma Sellers, 1914-16, See page 55. 

Robertson, Margaret Louise, 1894-95, 

Women's University Club, 106 East 52nd Street, New York City. 

Private Tutor, 1915-16. 

RoBEY, Winifred, 1913-14, Davidson, Okla. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Vernon, Tex., 1915-16. 

Robins, Helen J., 1893-95, See page 55. 

Robinson, Estelle Ann, 1898-99, San Mateo, Cal. 

Married, 1902, Mr. John H. Kimball. 

Robinson, Virginia Pollard, 1906-07, See page 11. 

Rock, Amy Cordova, 1893-94, See page 55. 

RoDi, Irma, 1908-09, . . 120 Richmond Apartments, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Howard Hawthorne Fields. 

Roe, Adah Blanche, 1909-11, See page 11. 

Roudebush, Margaret Moore, 1901-02, Madison, Miss. 

Dean of Women and Head of Home Economics Department, University of Mississippi, 
1913-16. 



106 Former Graduate Students 

RowELL, Maey Coyne, 1907-08, 

133 Elmwood Avenue, London, Ontario, Canada. 

Lecturer in French and German, Wesley College, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canacia, 1910-16, 
and Dean of Wesley College Women's Residence, 1915-16. 

RuLisoN, Lucy Constance, 1902-03, See page 56. 

Rupp, Sarah Elizabeth, 1905, 1905-06, York, Pa. 

RupPERSBEKG, Emma AnnA, 1906-07, 842 South High Street, Columbus, O. 
Saint, Pauline, 1908-09, Newcastle, Ind. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Emmett George McQuinn. 

Sampson, Edith F., 1891-95, See page 11. 

Sampson, Lillian Vaughan, 1891-92, 1893-99, See page 11. 

Sanderson, Ruth Elizabeth, 1908-09, 

59 Hanover Street, West Springfield, Mass. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek in the High School, West Springfield, 1912-16. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, 1906-07, 1910-11, See page 7. 

Sargent, Helen Austis, 1914-15, 

Huguenot CoUege, WelUngton, S. Africa. 

Saunders, Catharine, 1898-1900, Belfast, N. Y. 

Assistant Professor of La,tin, Vassar College, 1913-16. 

Sceets, Laura Alice, 1900-01,. . .490 Lafayette Place, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Thomas 11. Gill. Two sons, one daughter. 

ScHAEFFER, Helen ELIZABETH, 1903-04, 1907-09, 1910-11, See page 7. 

ScHENCK, Eunice Morgan, 1908-10, See page 7. 

ScHEURER, Cora Mabel, 1911-12, 

946 Park View Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Schmidt, Annalise, 1909-10, Address unknown. 

Schmidt, Gertrud Charlotte, 1903-05, 1906-09, See page 7. 

ScHOFF, Louise, 1902-03, See page 57. 

ScHOFiELD, Louise Amelia, 1907-08, 61 West 12th Street, New York City. 

In charge of Editorial Work, National Kindergarten Association, 1915-16. 

DE ScHWEiNiTz, Agnes Julia, 1899-1900, See page 11. 

Scott, Florence Bevier, 1896-99, Bala, Pa. 

Social Worker, 190S-16. 

Scott, Margaret, 1904-06, See page 11. 

Seely, Bertha Warner, 1906-07, See page 57. 

Sew ALL, Hannah Robie, 1889-90, See page 80. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, 1909-10, See page 7. 

Shearman, Margaret Hilles, 1897-98, See page 58. 

Sheldon, Eleanor, 1909-10, 

110 Malcolm Avenue S. E., Minneapohs, Minn. 

Teacher of English in the State Normal School, Oshkosh, Wis., 1911-16. 

Shelley, Helen Hjeeleid, 1900-01, 

Garden City Bank Building, San Jose, Cal. 

Osteopathic Physician, 1909-15. 

Sheppard, Mary, 1906-07, See page 58. 

Sherman, Zillah M., 1887-88, 4 Du Forest Avenue, Summit, N. J. 



Former Graduate Students 107 

Sherwood, Elizabeth Lee, 1905-06, 

South Wembury House, Plymouth, England. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Charles E. Curtis. One son. 

Shields, Emily Ledyard, 1905-06, See page 11. 

Shoemaker, Jane Gushing, 1907-08, See page 11. 

Shoemaker, Martha, 1897-98, Died, 1907. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Walter Abner Scott. 

Shutb, Florence Lupton, 1907-08, 1315 North C Street, Richmond, Ind. 

Teacher of Music in the Peabody High School, Pittsburgh, 1914-15. 

Sinclair, Isabelle Aiken, 1900-01, Died, 1911. 

Skinner, Margaret Grace, 1910-11, 20 Linden Road, Bedford, England. 

Sleeper, Ida Alice, 1910-11, R. F. D. 3, LoweU, Mass. 

Smart, Florence Gertrude, 1906-07, 

679 Belmont Street, Waverley, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Frederic Lyman Wells. 

Smedley, Elizabeth B., 1895-96, Died, 1908. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Marshall J. Reynolds. 

Smith, Amelia Catherine, 1899-1900, See page 81. 

Smith, Clara Lyford, 1907-09, See page 11. 

Smith, Edith Emily, 1898-99, Ackworth, la. 

President, Ackworth Young Friends' Society, 1915-16. 

Smith-Goard, Eunice Clara, 1910-11, See page 81. 

Smith, Helen Twining, 1907-08, See page 11. 

Smith, Helen Williston, 1906-07, See page 59. 

Smith, Hilda Worthington, 1910-11, 1913-14, See page 11. 

Smith, Louise Pettibone, 1911-12, See page 12. 

Smith, Maria Wilkins, 1908-09, See page 60. 

Smucker, Grace Acheson, 1905-06, 208 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edwin Schenck, Jr. One daughter. 

Snyder, Elizabeth, 1905-06, 1909-10, See page 60. 

Snyder, Michal Grace, 1905-06, Dutch HiU, Pa. 

Southgate, Mary, 1902, See page 60. 

Southworth, Effie a., 1886-87, '. See page 81. 

Spalding, Mary Caroline, 1906-10, 1911-12, See page 7. 

Spray, Ruth Gladys, 1911-12, See page 81. 

Spreckels, Elisabeth Martha, 1911-12, 

326 Riverdale Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Stanton, Margaret Beaumont, 1902-03, Ames, la. 

Instructor in Household Science Department, University of Illinois, 1914-16. 

Starkey, Clara Beatrice, 1911-12, 147 High Street, Bloxwich, England. 
Starr, Anna Morse, 1889-90, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Instructor in Botany, Mt. Holyoke CoUege, 1911-16. 

Stearns, Stella Burger, 1892-93, 2708 Channing Way, Berkeley, Cal. 

Graduate Student in English, University of California, 1915-16. 

Stecher, Lorle Ida, 1912-13, See page 12. 



108 Former Graduate Students 

Steenberg, Bessie, 1895-96, Address unknown. 

:Married, 1902, Mr. John E. Webster. 

Sterling, Susan Adel-^de, 1895-96, 

109 West WasMngton Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Assistant Professor of German, University of Wisconsin, 1900-16. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, 1900-01, See page 7. 

Stevens, Lois, 1913-14, Lawrence, Kans. 

Steward, Helen Rebecca, 1912-14, 340 Johnson Street, Carlinville, 111. 

Instructor in History and Mathematics, Illinois Woman's College, Jacksonville, 111., 
1915-16. 

Stewart, Caroline Taylor, 1895-96, 

1000 University Avenue, Columbia, Mo. 

Stites, Sara Henry, 1899-1900, 1902-04, See page 7. 

Stoddard, Elizabeth Farris, 1905-08, See page 61. 

Stoddard, Virginia Tryon, 1904-10, See page 12. 

Strong, Marian Una, 1894-95,- 1905 Sixteenth Street, Wasliington, D. C. 

Teacher of Latin in the Central High School, Washington, D. C, 1909-16. 
Married, 1899, Mr. Marcus Baker (j 190.3). One daughter, one son (f 1910). 

Sturdevant, Winifred, 1909-10, See page 61. 

SuDLER, jNIartha VIRGINIA, 1894-95, . . . 1305 Ritchie Place, Chicago, III. 

SuTER, Martha Winkley, 1906-07, 

New York State Library, Albany, N. Y. 

Assistant in Book Selection and Annotation, New York State Library, 1909-16. 

Sutherland, Eva Blanche, 1905-06, Tarkio, Mo. 

Sutton, Josephine Dunlap, 1914-15, 

119 Thames Street, Xew London, Conn. 

Secretary to the President, Connecticut College, 191.5-16. 

Sweet, Annte Brown, 1905-06, 231 Topeka Avenue, Topeka, Kan. 

Worker in Y. W. C. A. of Topeka, 1911-16. 

Sweet, Marguerite, 1889-91, See page 7. 

Swift, Dorothy Rowland, 1912-13, 

Room 803, 14 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Assistant, General Publications, Congregational .Sunday School and Publishing Society, 
1914-15. 

Swindler, Mary Hajhlton, 1906-07, 1912-13, See page 7. 

Syford, Constance Miriaii, 1911-13, 

700 North 16th Street, Luicohi,.Xeb. 

Instructor in English, Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kans., 1913-16. 

Sylvester, Irene Waters, 1911-12, Passaic Park, Passaic, N. J. 

On Staff of American Association for Labour Legislation, 1915-16. 

Taggart, Inez Lorena, 1893-94, 

2057 Fairfax Street, Park HiU, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Joseph Yale Parce. Three sons (one f 1908). 

Tatum, Lucy Richardson, 1908-09, .Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Geoffrey Gorton Burlingame. 

Taylor, Edith Winthrop INIendall, 1902-03, 

27 Walker Street, Cambridge, jNIass. 

Married, 1911, Professor Ellwood Barker Spear. 

Taylor, Edytha Elizabeth, 1902-03, ..11 Craf ton Avenue, Crafton, Pa. 

Practicing Physician, 1909-16, and Resident Physician of the H. J. Heinz Factory, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., 1909-16. 



Former Graduate Students 109 

Taylor, Lily Ross, 1906-07, 1908-09, See page 7. 

Taylor, Mary Lewis, 1893, See page 62. 

Temple, Maud Elizabeth, 1904-05, See page 12. 

Tennent, Grace Rebecca, 1905-06, 

415 Woodlawn Road, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1908, Professor Samuel Ottmar Mast. Two daughters. 

Tertois, Yvonne, 1914-15, 6 rue Gutenberg, Montrouge, Seine, France. 

Thayer, Ellen, 1914-16, See page 62. 

Theobald, Ottilie, 1911-12, 1913-14, 

863 South High Street, Columbus, O. 

Graduate Student in Romance Languages, Radcliffe College, 1915-16. 

Thiebaud, Marguerite, 1912-14, Died, 1914. 

Thomas, Anne Heath, 1897-98, See page 12. 

Thomas, Helen Whitall, 1895-97, See page 63. 

Thomas, Martha Gibbons, 1898-1900, See page 63. 

Thomas, Miriam, 1902-03, 1912-13, See page 12. 

Thompson, Effie Freeman, 1894-95, 127 Pearl Street, Kingston, N. Y. 

Thompson, Emma Osborn, 1905-06, See page 63. 

Thompson, Frances D'Arcy, 1910-11, See page 82. 

Thompson, Marjorie La Monte, 1912-13, See page 63. 

Thorne, Luella H., 1893-94, See page 63. 

Thurston, Blandina Sibyl, 1902-03, Liberty, Ind. 

Married, 1906, Mr. De Witt Snyder. Two sons (one t 1909), one daughter (t 1909). 

TiBBALS, Kate Watkins, 1900-01, See page 82. 

TiBBiTS, Mary Kingsley, 1889-90, 

20 Alveston Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Assistant in the West Roxbury High School, Boston, 1904-16. 

Todd, Anne Hampton, 1902-04, See page 64. 

Todhunter, Bessie C, 1889-90, 

1849 CadweU Avenue, Cleveland Heights, Cleveland, O. 

Member of Cleveland Heights School Board, 1913-16. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Frederic Wayne Ballard. Two sons (one t 1901). 

ToNGATE, Hope Fern, 1912-13, Clarion, la. 

Instructor in Latin in the High School, Clarion, 1915-16. 

Torelle, Ellen, 1902-03, See page 82. 

TosTENSON, Helen, 1901-02, 122 North Painter Avenue, Whittier, Cal. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Howard Samuel Fawcett. One daughter. 

TowLE, Elizabeth Williams, 1898-99, See page 12. 

Towle, Mary Rutter, 1899-1900, See page 12. 

TowNES, Anna Cousins, 1905-06, Austin, Tex. 

Towns, Rosamond Fay, 1907-08, Schuyler, Neb. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Jesse Carl Painter. 

Traver, Hope, 1901-03, 1906, See page 7. 

Treadwell, Lois Olive, 1908-09, 808 South 5th Street, St. Peter, Minn. 

Married, 1910, Professor Ernest Conrad Carlton. Two daughters, one son. 



110 Former Graduate Students 

Tredway, Helen, 1911-12, See page 12. 

Teemain, Mary Adell, 1886-87, The Orlo, Lincoln, Neb. 

Tressel, Gertrude H., 1901-02, The Portner, "Washington, D. C. 

Assistant in charge of Room for the BUnd, Library of Congress, 1912-16. 
Married, 1902, Dr. Harold Miloff Rider (f 1912). 

Trimble, Helen Bell, 1904-05, See page 12. 

Tritipoe, Vera, 1914-15, Fortville, Ind. 

Instructor in Geometry and Latin in the High School, Fortville, 1915-16. 

Trout, Ethel Wendell, 1901-02, See page 64. 

True, Helen Ella, 1908-09, Los Gatos, Cal. 

Secretary to the Librarian, Stanford University Library, 1915-16. 

Tull, Louise, 1893-95, 2008 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1902, Mr. J. Henry Baker. 

Unthank, Reba Alice, 1896-97, 1011 Nebraska Street, Sioux City, la. 

Married, 1898, Dr. Edwin Bar7iett Shriei'es. One son. 

Upham, Sarah Derby, 1905-06, Shawano, Wis. 

Van Kirk, Edith Louise, 1902-03, 1909-10, See page 64. 

Van Kirk, Susan Frances, 1902-04, 1905-06, See page 64. 

Van Wagener, Elizabeth Marie, 1902-04, 1906-09, 

7311 Reynolds Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

VicKERS, Florence Childs, 1899-1900, See page 12. 

VoGEL, Franziska, 1912-13, 

Sternstrasse 2, Miinster in Westfalen, Germany. 

VosBURGH, Isabella Marion, 1910-11, Died, 1914. 

Waddell, Mary Evelyn Gertrude, 1903-04, See page 82. 

Wade, Clara Louise Whipple, 1904-05, 1906-07, 1908-10, See page 65. 

Walker, Anna Martha, 1899, See page 65. 

Walker, Ethel, 1902-04, See page 12. 

Walker, Evangeline Holcombe, 1899-1902, 1905-06, See page 65. 

Walker, Evelyn, 1905-06, See page 65. 

Walker, Susan Grimes, 1893-95, See page 65. 

Walton, Anne Garrett, 1913-15, See page 66. 

Walton, Clara Ann, 1892-93, Woodsdale, Wheehng, W. Va. 

Married, 1907, Mr. John Blodgett: One son. 

Wangerien, Stella S., 1905-06, Vining, Kan. 

Warner, Alberta Hinkle, 1914-15, See page 66. 

Warren, Arletta L., 1891-92, Wooster, O. 

Watson, Florence Mehitabel, 1889-90, Died, 1896. 

Married, 1895, Mr. George Bell. 

Weeks, Eula Adeline, 1910-12, See page 82. 

Weidensall, Clara Jean, 1906-07, 

61 South Jackson Street, Janesville, Wis. 

Medical Student, University of Chicago, 1915-16. 

Weld, Jean, 1909-10, Marianna, Ark. 

Principal, School of the Ozarks, Hollister, Mo., 1914-16. 



Former Graduate Students 111 

Wesson, Cynthia Maria, 1913-14, See page 12. 

Westwood, Emily Augusta, 1898-99, 

5227 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Joseph William Lewis. Two sons, one daughter. 

Weusthoff, Anna Sophie, 1906-07, 1909-12, .See page 72. 

Wheeler, Emily Frances, 1887-88, 

2435 East Fourth Street, Long Beach, Cal. 

Philanthropic Worker, 1907-16. 

White, Alice Everett, 1908-09, High Point, N. C. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Elihu Clarkson Mendenhall. 

White, Cora Ella, 1893-94, Belvidere, N. C. 

White, Deborah Bertha, 1897-98, Ivor, Va. 

Married, 1901, Dr. Benja7nin F. Babb. Three sons, two daughters (one child t 1906, one 
t 1912, and two t 1914). 

White, Florence Donnell, 1906-07, See page 7. 

White, Helen Beardsley Cromwell, 1909-10, Bradford, Pa. 

White, Julia Scott, 1892-94, Guilford College, N. C. 

Librarian of Guilford College, 1901-16; Social and Religious Worker, 1908-16. 

Whitfield, Allein, 1910-11, 2910 Eighth Street, Meridian, Miss. 

Wieand, Helen Emma, 1907-09, . . . 259 Chestnut Street, Pottstown, Pa. 

Instructor in Latin, Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, and Graduate Student in Latin, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

WiGG, Harriet Ella, 1901-02, Died, 1913. 

Wildman, Edith E., 1911-12, Selma, O. 

Social and Philanthropic Worker, 1915-16. 

Wilkinson, Annie Lyndesay, 1898-99, See page 82. 

Willcox, Marguerite, 1913-14, See page 82. 

Williamson, Bertha Torre y, 1907-09, 

Riverview Manor, Scenic Driveway, Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Married, 1907, Dr. Charles Clarence Williamson. One daughter. 

Wilson, Elizabeth Dixon, 1914-15, See page 68. 

Wilson, Lillian Gertrude, 1906-07, 

805 North College Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Oscar Jackson Coffin. One son. 

Wines, Emma Stansbury, 1895-96, 1905-06, See page 12. 

Wood, Eleanor Densmore, 1897-99, The Forest, Tamworth, N. H. 

Instructor in New Testament Literature, Wellesley College, 1908-09, 1910-14. 

Wood, Ida, 1887-88, 1889-90, See page 7. 

Woodward, Madalene Heroy, 1910-11, 3 College Lane, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, , Mr. Robert Simpson Woodward, Jr. Two sons, one daughter. 

Workman, Anna Cheney, 1909-10, See page 69. 

Worth, Florina Gertrude, 1896-98, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Married, 1902, The Rev. Roderick Belton John. 

Wright, Edith Buell, 1911-13, See page 69. 

Wright, Ellen C, 1888-89, Wihnington, O. 

Yates, Fanny, 1907, 215 West Church Street, Ehnira, N. Y. 

Young, Rose, 1907-08, See page 69. 

Zillefrow, Katharine, 1897-98, Clarksville, O. 



112 Former Undergraduate Students 

Former Undergraduates of Bryn Mawr College. 

Adams, Jessie St. John, 1912-13, . . . 1355 Third Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 
Adams, Susan Willson, 1894-95, .... 993 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Bookbinder. 1914-16. 

Adler, Maeguerite Olga, 1905-07, 139 South 49th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Dr. Louis Schwartz. One child. 

Akers, Ruth Faith, 1908-10, . . 905 Magnolia Avenue, Long Beach, Cal. 

Alexander, Helen Duncan, 1914-15, 

St. Martin's, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Allen, Helen Howland, 1895-97, 35 Grove Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Treasurer, New Bedford Childrens' Aid Society, 1905-16. 

Allen, Jeannette, 1907-10, Fort Ethan Allen, Vt. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Andrews. 

Allen, Rosamond, 1899-1900, 

603 Dorchester Street W., Montreal, Canada. 

Married, 1911, Dr. David James Evans. One daughter, one son. 

Allen, Ruth Linton, 1913-15, 

Care of M. W. Allen, Esq., La Fayette, Ala. 

Alling, Carolyn Elizabeth, 1894-95, Derby, Conn. 

Allinson, Gertrude, 1885-87, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Charles Shoemaker Taylor. One daughter, two sons. 

Allport, Caroline Elizabeth, 1910-14, 40 BeUevue Place, Chicago, 111. 
Alltn, Susan Frances, 1893-95, Died, 1905. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Harry T. Moore. 

Alsop, Susan Kite, 1893-94, Margate Park, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Married, 1903, Mr. William B. Bell. One son (f 1905), one daughter. 

Ames, Alice, 1909-11, 501 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Ames, Edith, 1891-93, R. F. D. No. 1, Lowell, Mass. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Brooks Stevens. Two sons, two daughters. 

Ames, Margaret, 1905-06, 501 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Ames, Sarah Hildreth, 1893-95, Fall River, Mass. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Spencer Borden, Jr. Two daughters, three sons (one t 1909). 

Anderson, Agnes, 1896-97, College HiU, Cincinnati, O. 

Anderson, Eleanor Milbank, 1896-98, 

44 Marion Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Senior Student, Boston University School of Medicine, 1915-16. 
Married, 1904, Mr. John Stewart Tanner. One daughter. 

Andrews, Eleanor Anne Fyfe, 1889-90, 1895-96, . . Address unknown. 

Aechbald, Ruth Sellers, 1902-05, 

Grand and Linden Avenues, Englewood, N. J. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Hoisted Little. 

Arnold, Frances, 1893-95, 142 East 18th Street, New York City. 

Arny, Helen Worman, 1900-05, 202 Taylor Avenue, Easton, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1915, Mr. George Chase Macau, Jr. 

Ashley, Edith Heyward, 1901-05, 41 West 87th Street, New York City. 

Atherton, Elizabeth Grier, 1910-11, 1912-14, 

36 West River Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Teacher of English in the Wilkes Barre Institute, Wilkes Barre, 1915-16. 



Former Undergraduate Students 113 

Atkinson, Emily Niernsee, 1912-13, 1407 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Atwater, Ethelwyn Morrill, 1887-89, Died, 1900. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Arthur H. Cleveland. 

Atwater, Sophia Meade, 1886-88, Lafayette Dairies, Chadds Ford, Pa. 

Poultry Breeding, 1910-16. 

Atjgur, Margaret Avery, 1903-05, 

Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn. Summer: 46 Cedar Street, Chicago, 111. 

Austin, Annette, 1896-97, . . . . ; Died, 1908. 

Austin, Dorothy Lilian, 1912-13, 137 Grove Street, Wellesley, Mass. 

Simmons College, 191.3-16. 

Baggaley, Elizabeth, 1899-1901, 5811 Stanton Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Alexander Rook Carroll. One son (t 1914), one daughter. 

Bailey, Elizabeth, 1911-13,. .1517 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Bailey, Emma Doll, 1890-92, Englewood, N. J. 

Married, 1893, Mr. Robert Elliott Speer. Two sons, three daughters (one t 1906). 

Baird, Alice Russell, 1903-06, 235 Lawrence Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Max Roesler. One daughter, one son. 

Baird, Cora, 1892-95, 2012 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Henry Sulger Jeanes (f 1912). Two daughters, one son. 

Baldauf, Cora, 1901, 1901-03, 414 South Cheyenne Avenue, Tulsa, Okla. 

Married, 1908, Mr. F. Julius Fohs. One daughter. 

Baldwin, Grace Peckham, 1892-94,. .6 Dogwood Drive, Summit, N. J. 

Married, 1907, The Rev. Israel Losey White. Two sons, one daughter. 

Baldwin, Susan A., 1891-93, Milford, Conn. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Miles Franklin Bristol. 

Ballard, Jessie May, 1899-1900, 2838 Cascadia Avenue, Seattle, Wash. 

Married, 1908, Dr. Harry Logan Geary. One son, two daughters. 

Ballin, Florence Antoinette, 1905-07, 

26 West 75th Street, New York City. 

Ballin, Marie Henrietta, 1903-05, 26 West 75th Street, New York City. 

Bancroft, Alice, 1896-97, 137 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Bancroft, Antoinette Louise, 1888-89, 

219 Columbia Boulevard, Waterbury, Conn. 

Married, 1889, Mr. Wilson Howard Pierce. One daughter, one son. 

Barlow, Aileen Hard wick, 1908-09, 

West Haverford, Brjoi Mawr P. O., Pa. 

Married, 1913, Lieutenant Valentine Nicholas Bieg. 

Barlow, Margaret, 1897-1904, Wayland, Mass. 

Mother's Helper, 1907-16. 

Barnes, Aid a Cromwell, 1909-11, 

355 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Barnett, Helen Mary, 1912-15, Bedford, Pa. 

Barney, Sara, 1903, 1903-04, 2125 S Street, Washington, D. C. 

Teacher of History and English in the Holton Arms School, Washington, 1910-14. 

Barnhisel, Claire Grace, 1899-1900, 

317 Alder Street, Pacific Grove, Cal. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Charles Bradford Hudson. One son, one daughter. 

Barrette, Katharine Biddle, 1913-15, 

2286 Jackson Street, San Francisco, Cal. Permanent: Care of 
Colonel John Davenport Barrette, War Department, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



114 Former Undergraduate Students 

Barritt, Jessie Ellen, 1888-93, Address unknown. 

Barstow, Jean Merrill, 1910-11, 

111 West Washington Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Attendance Officer, Bureau of Compulsory Education, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Bartlett, Laura Alice, 1901-05, .... 3 Riddell Road, Greenfield, Mass. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Lawrence Joseph Stoddard. 

Bates, M. Elizabeth, 1893-96, 

Women's College in Brown University, Providence, R. I. 

Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Education, Women's College in Brown University, 
1912-16; Head of Sports and Nature Work in Summer Camp for Girls, 1911-15. 

Battersbt, Emma Josephine, 1886-89, 1899-1900, .. .Address unknown. 
Beach, Esther Belding, 1913-14, Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Travelling, 1915-16. 

Beals, Annie Read, 1894-95, . . 184 Winchester Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Walter Adams Parker. One son, one daughter. 

Beggs, Ethel May, 1904-06, 1581 Franklin Park, S., Columbus, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Frederick Timothy Hall. 

Belleville, Dorothy, 1912-14, 620 Maple Lane, Sewickley, Pa. 

University of Wisconsin, 1914-16. 

Belville, Sidney Ott, 1914-15, 

5925 Greene Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Bernheim, Helen, 1904-06, 243 Ransdell Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Albert S. Roth. One son, one daughter. 

Besly, Violet, 1904-07, 2930 East 14th Avenue, Denver, Colo. 

Student and Instructor in Art, Chicago Kindergarten Institute, 1913-16. 

Bettle, Edith, 1895-96, Haverford, Pa. 

Assistant Librarian, Haverford College, 1914-16. 

Bevan, Sarah Fretz, 1906-07, Haverford, Pa. 

Bibb, Gertrude Burnley, 1903-05, 

808 Seventeenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

BiDDLE, Helen R., 1894-95, 

The Newport, 16th and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia. 

Birch, Lillian, 1887-92, Llanerch, Pa. 

Teacher in Public School, Philadelphia, 1896-1916. 

Bishop, Julia Lewis, 1905-06, 

East 20th Street and Tolman Avenue, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Arthur Evans Wood. Two sons. 

BissELL, Marguerite, 1899-1901, . . .400 West 3rd Street, Dubuque, la. 

Blackwell, Margaret Biddle Guest, 1897-98, 

Ridgefield School, Ridgefield, Conn. 

Married, 1901, The Rev. Roland Jessup Mulford. One daughter, one son. 

Blake, Elinore, 1894-96, Nantucket, Mass. 

Married, 1901, Mr. W. Charming Cabot. Two sons, four daughters. 

Blodgett, Emily Louise, 1901-05, 

150 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Thomas Edwards Sherwin. 

Blodgett, Margaret Paddock, 1903-07, South Lincoln, Mass. 

Cataloguer, Widener Memorial Library, Cambridge, Mass., 1916. 

Blount, Eugenia, 1911-14, 

1923 Fourteenth Avenue South, Birmingham, Ala. 



Former Undergraduate Students 115 

Blum, Sophia, 1907-09, Box 523, Cedarhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Newton Arnold. One daughter. 

Bolton-Smith, Louise, 1910-12, Died, 1914. 

Bond, Elsie Murdoch, 1901-02,. . .8 West Read Street, Baltimore, Md. 

DE Bonneville, Louise, 1892-95, 1899, 1900, 

Care of Miss Renshaw, 1520 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Tutor and Art Expert, 1915-16. 

BoPE, Laura Eliza, 1906-07, 327 North Negley Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Wheeler Bennett Horner. One son. 

BouDE, Mary Scott Clendenin, 1892-93, 1894-97, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Henry Newbold Woolman. One son. 

Bourne, Anna Maria, 1899-1900, Walpole, Mass. 

Married, 1907, The Rev. Charles Elmer Beals. Two daughters. 

Bowman, Edna Alwilda, 1890-91,. .480 North 1st Street, San Jose, Cal. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Charles John Kuhn. Two sons. 

Brady, Josephine Edith, 1901-03, 205 Kent Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Neil E. Salsich. One son. 

Brainerd, Bertha, 1894-95, 674 Corona Road, Portland, Ore. 

Teacher in the Y. W. C. A., 1914-15. 

Brandeis, Jean, 1912-13, Ladless Hill Farm, Louisville, Ky. 

Student of Music, Boston, Mass., 1915-16. 

Brandenstein, Erma, 1905-06, 

Care of Mr. M. J. Brandenstein, Spear and Mission Streets, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Branham, Juliet Capers, 1912-14, . . 2200 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Goucher CoUege, 1914-16. 

Brash, Corinne, 1906-07, 621 Lincoln Drive, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Harold C. Krauskopf. 

Briggs, Helen Gerry, 1899-1901, 

18 Trenton Avenue, Edgewood Park, Pa. 

Briggs, Nellie, 1890-91, Address unknown. 

Briggs, Sara Marie, 1900-04,. . . .33 Dartmouth Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Donald Brigham Logan. 

Bright, Josephine, 1903, 1903-04, 

1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. Summer: Hazleton, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Service Worker, Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

Bright, Mary DeHaven, 1894-97, . . . .215 Walnut Avenue, Wayne, Pa. 

Brodie, Elizabeth Harris, 1900-01, Died, 1900. 

Brooks, Ethel Helena, 1904-07, 

Box 500, Derry, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. George Herbert Stewart. One son. 

Brooks, Frances Annette, 1894-96, Lawrence Park, Bronxvihe, N. Y. 

Sxiffrage Worker, 1911-15. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Frederick Thomas Ackermann. Two daughters. 

Brooks, Helen Bennett, 1910-12, 

1027 North Pennsylvania Street, IndianapoHs, Ind. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1912-16. 

Brooks, Helen Jane, 1912-13, 

1007 North Lawrence Avenue, Wichita, Kan. 

Brooks, Katherine Glover, 1911-12, 

Riverbank Court, Cambridge, Mass. 



116 Former Undergraduate Sivdents 

Beowx, Alice Lucile, 1908-09, 

1147 Twenty-first Street Xorth, Seattle, Wash. 

^Married, 1910, Mr. Samuel Aaron Martin. 

Brown, Edith Doane, 1905-07, ... 96 Washington Square, Salem, Mass. 
Brown, Edna Florence, 1903-06, 480 Park Avenue, East Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1915, Mr. John Frederic Wherry. 

Brown, Helen DA\^ENPORT, 1902-05, 

120 Boulevard du jMontparnasse, Paris, France. 

Volunteer Relief Worker, 1914-16. 

Married, 1908, The Ret. Herbert Adam^ Gibbons. T^r-q daughters, one son. 

Brown, Jant: AIesick, 1898-1902, .... 46 Chestnut Street, Boston, Mass. 

Private Secretary-, 190-3-16. 

Brown, ISIargaret Eaton, 1909-11, 

648 Marjdand Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Thomas Fleming, Jr. One daughter. 

Brown, ^Margery Lorr.^lIne, 1912-14, 227 Roberts Road, BrjTi ]Ma^\T, Pa. 

Radchfie CoUege, 1914-16. 

Brown, IMargabet Wickliffe, 1895-96, 

Care of Fidehtj' Trust Companj^, LouisviUe, Ky. 

Brown, Marion Hastings, 1908-09, 436 Portland Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Brown, Mart Mason, 1892-94, '. Dayton, O. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Matson Waite. 

Brownback, Ej0lt Yochm, 1910-12, Brj-n Mawr, Pa. 

Student of Singing, Harcum School, Brj-n Mawr, 1915-16. 

Browne, Margaret Wentworth, 1896-98, 

70 West 11th Street, Xew York City. 

Browne, Xor^^lle Whaley, 1907-09, 

15 East 10th Street, Xew York City. 

Student of Eurjnhmics, 1915-16. 

Bruere, EiiMiE Cornelia, 1898-99,. . . .Open Doors, Short Hills, X. J. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Abram John Rose. One daughter, one son. 

Bryan, Henrietta Ejng, 1904-06, 309 East 31st Street, Savannah, Ga. 

Married, 1913, .1//. George Hull Baldwin. One son. 

Bryant, Cath^^jrine ReQca, 1911-15, 
Care of Henrj- W. Brj^ant, Esq., 2454 Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Bryant, Gladys, 1913-15, Cohasset, Mass. 

Radcliffe College, 1915-16. 

Brylawski, Betjlah, 1898-99, 

624 West Chveden Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Suffrage and Social Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1899, Professor Darid Werner Amram. Two sons, one daughter. 

Buchanan, Isabel, 1908, 1908-11, Died, 1913. 

Buchanan, Mary Crow, 1910-13, 473 West State Street, Trenton, X. J. 

BULLEY, COROLYN, 1910-11, 

1104 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. Summer: 216 Ostrom Avenue, 
Syracuse, X. Y. 

BuLLiVANT, Marjorie, 1904, 1904-05,. . . .Polo Avenue, Brj-n Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Carroll Brewster Xichols. Three daughters. 

Bunnell, Catharine Tomunson, 1894-96, Torrance, Cal. 

Married, 1915, Mr. James McDougall Mitchell. 

Burace:er, Flora Ivathleen, 1910-12, 

2800 Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 



Former Undergraduate Students 117 

Bush, Emma Danforth, 1899-1900, 

1608 Rodney Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Private Tutor, 1914-16. 

Buster, Frances Estelle, 1909-10, Died, 1913. 

Butler, Florence Harney, 1893-94, Address unknown. 

Buxton, Anna Nash, 1903-06, 520 Summit Street, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Studying Dramatics, 1915-16. 

Buzbt, Anne Knox, 1900-04, . St. Davids, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Louis Jaquette Palmer. Tliree daughters (one f 1910). 

Cable, Miriam Louise, 1903-05, 

Mariahilfestrasse 10, Vienna VII, Austria. 

Married, 1911, Captain Friedrich von Ternes. 

Cabot, Frances Anne, 1910-12, 400 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Maurice Machado Osborne. One son. 

Cadbury, Caroline Warder, 1894-95, 

506 Locust Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1900, Mr. William Ellis Shipley. Three daughters. 

Cadbury, Elizabeth Bartram, 1892-93, Haverford, Pa. 

Associate Editor of "The Meeting," 19i5. 

Married, 1902, Professor Rufus M. Jones. One daughter. 

Cadbury, Helen, 1904-08, 

Care of Mr. A. P. Bush, Jr., 1 William Street, New York City. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Arthur Phillips Bush, Jr. One daughter (f 1915). 

Calder, Helen Remington, 1899-1901, 1910-12, 

336 High Street, Lockport, N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Edgar Zollinger Wallower. 

Canada, Mabel Augusta, 1896-97, 29 Phihp Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Angus M. Eraser. Five children. 

Canby, Clara Greenough, 1899-1900, Leesburg, Va. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Bradshaw Beverley Chichester. One son, one daughter. 

Carey, Josephine G., 1885-86, . . 1228 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1889, Dr. Henry M. Thomas. Two sons. 

Carey, Louise, 1904^05, 1908, 1908-09, 

1318 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Joshua Rosett. 

Carncross, Helen, 1898, 1898-99, 

Care of Dr. Horace Carncross, 721 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Case, Mary Gushing, 1904-06, 1907-08, 

309 West 91st Street, New York City. 

Director of Bethany Day Nursery Kindergarten, 1912-16. 

Case, Mary Frank, 1907-09, .... 6 Morningside Road, Worcester, Mass. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Chase Keith Pevear. Two daughters. 

Castelhun, Vera, 1904, 1904-05, . . 51 High Street, Newburyport, Mass. 

Challen, Laura Redington, 1904, 

Dunedin, Alexandra Road, Penzance, England. 

Married, 1906, Mr. James Jewill Hill. 

Chambers, Agnes, 1908-11, 18 West Frankhn Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Chambers, Margaret Ferguson, 1905, 1905-08, 

11 OverhiU Road, University Parkway, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1910, Mr. L. Alan Dill. Two daughters, one son (f 1914). 

Chandler, Marie Julia, 1914-15, 

Care of D. D. Hemenway, Esq., Ludlow, Vt. 



118 Former Undergraduate Students 

Chaxxixg, Alice, 1907-09, 74 Sparks Street, Cambridge, ^Nlass. 

District Secretary, Boston Associated Charities, 1915—16. 

CHANXtXG, Elizabeth Torret, 1911-12, South. Walpole, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Willard Perrin Fuller. 

Chase, Lucy Edith, 1888-89,. .3255 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, Cal. 

Married, 1893, Mr. William Burger Boorum. Married, 1908, Mr. Osgood Putnam. 

Chattv^exet, Virgixia Rolette, 1900-03, Sheridan, Pa. 

Actress, 1908-16. 

Chenault, Sue Shielet, 1890-91, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Franklin Watkins. Two sons, three daughters. 

Chexet, Marjory, 1899-1901, South Manchester, Conn. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1910-16. 

Child, Cora Mott, 1887-88,. . .391 South Union Street, Bui'lington, Yt. 

ZMarried, 1892, Mr. J. Lindley Hall. Two daughters, two sons. 

Christie, Mary Phelps, 1900-01, 1902-03, 

St. Paul's College, Tarsus, Asia ]Minor. 

Missionary and Teacher in St. Paul's College, 1911-14. 
Married, 1908, The Rev. Daniel Miner Rogers (f 1909). One son. 

Churchill, Mary Gardner, 1895-98, Kenilworth, 111. 

Clapp, A>.-xa Veeplaxck, 1891-92, Died, 1910. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Lionel Radiguet. 

Claek, Dora Mildred, 1913, Castleton, Vt. 

Clark, Eleaxor Boxsal, 1898-99, 223 St. :Mark's Square, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Clarence Foster Hand. 

Clark, Elizabeth Morris, 1890-91, 532 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Student in Geneva Universitv and Secretarj' for Switzerland in World's Christian Student 
Federation, 1909-16. 

Clark, Zelma Estelle, 1892-93, Hotel Windermere, Chicago, El. 

Clarke, Anna Huidekoper, 1901-02, 190.^-05, Died, 1911. 

Cl-\rke, Grace Tileston, 1894-95, 1896, 1896-98, 
121 Clifton Avenue, IMinneapoMs, ilinn. Summer: Fergus Falls, Minn. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Vernon Ames Wright. Two sons, one daughter. 

Clemens, Olivia Susan, 1890-91, Died, 1896. 

Clothier, Edith, 1899-1900, Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher in the Baldwin School, Brj-n Mawr, Pa., 191-5—16. 

Clough, Harriett, 1900-03, 253 Ocean Street, Lj-nn, ]Mass. 

CoATES, Elisa, 1890-91, TYest Chesapeake Avenue, Towson, ]Md. 

Married, 1902, Mr. William Marburg Xelson. Two sons, one daughter. 

Cole, Blanche Elizabeth, 1907-11, Chester, 111. 

Coles, Therese Pauline, 1899-1900, 1907-08, 

2114 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Writer, 1910-16. 

Married, 1904, Dr. George Trotter Tyler. One daughter. 

Collins, Anna Mary, 1903, 1903-05, 4 Rosa Road, Schenectadj-, X. Y^. 

Married, 1914, Professor George Dwight Kellogg. One daughter. 

Collins, Grace Whitcomb, 1897-98, 

715 West Raleigh Avenue, Xorfolk, Ya. 

Assistant in Latin Department of the Matirj- High School, Xorfolk, 1914-16. 

Colter, Helen Margaret, 1908-10, 

3426 Bishop Street, Clifton, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Xewbold LeRoy Pierson, Jr. One son. 



Former Undergraduate Students 119 

CoLTON, Clara Beaumont, 1892-93, 

301 Second Avenue, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Married, 1901, Dr. Union Worthington. Two sons. 

CoMSTOCK, Mary Cecilia Everett, 1913-14, 

Observatory Hill, Madison, Wis. 

Connelly, Mary Hora, 1892-93, Kent School, Kent, Conn. 

House Mother, Kent School, 1914-16. 

Conrad, Elizabeth, 1907-08, . 

Care of Mrs. WiUiam T. Johnson, 800 East Armour Avenue, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Teaching Fellow, Department of Romance Languages, University of Wisconsin, on leave of 
absence from Earlham College, 1915-16. 

Cook, Ruth Harwood, 1907-09, 1824 Sheridan Avenue, San Diego, Cal. 

Cooke, Elizabeth, 1890-91, 414 East 26th Street, New York City. 

Cooke, Josephine Sophie Clark, 1904-07, 

311 West Church Street, Elmira, N. Y. 

CooKSEY, Margaret, 1905-07, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1911, Signor Gaetano Cagiati. 

Cooper, Isabel Ruth, 1909-10, 

Benedict Studios, 80 Washington Square, New York City. 

Interior and House Decorator, 1912-15; Illustrating and Poster Work, 1914-15. 

Cooper, Virginia Alice, 1902-03, 

Care of Houghton National Bank, Houghton, Mich. 

Married, 1907, Mr. David Hartwell Ladd. One son. 

Corning, Zelma Mary, 1909-11, 490 West End Avenue, New York City. 

COSTELLOE, KaRIN ELIZABETH MaRY CoNN, 1908-09, 

37 Bedford Square, London, W. C, England. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Adrian Leslie Stephen. 

Couch, Harriet Lord, 1907-08, 

Long Meadow Farm, Paramus Road, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Robert Duncan Coombs. 

CouGHLiN, Margaret Fay, 1894-95, 1896, 1897-99, Address unknown. 

Coulter, Helen Brewster, 1911-12, 

Care of University School, Chicago, lU. 

Cox, Dorothy Hannah, 1910-13, R. R. 5 Terre Haute, Ind. 

Student of Architecture, Columbia University, 1913-16. 

Cox, Jr., Lenore Hanna, 1912-14, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Radcliffe College, 1914-16. 

Craig, Eleanor Woodworth, 1903-04, 

478 West 158th Street, New York City. 

Laboratory Assistant in the Bacteriological Department of Borden's Condensed Milk Co., 
1911-16. 

Craig, Florence Colgate, 1901-04, . . Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Arthur Edward Whitiiey. Two daughters, one son. 

Crane, Frances Anita, 1905-06, Lake Forest, lU. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Robert William Leatherbee. Three sons. 

Crawford, Athalia Lucilla, 1903-06, West Conshohocken, Pa. 

Crawford, Dana Crissy, 1898-99, Merion, Pa. 

Crocker, Clara Ballard, 1909-12, Sudbury, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Courtenay Crocker. One son (t 1913), one daughter. 



120 Former Undergraduate Students 

CuLiN, MiRA Barrett, 1896-99, 

260 South Madison Avenue, Pasadena, Cal. 

Cull, Ruth Elizabeth, 1911-12, Oakland, Neb. 

Curtis, Katharine Robinson, 1900-03, 

9 East 94th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Henry Hill Pierce. Two sons. 

Curtis, Marian, 1895-96, Flushing, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Roger Bradbury Whitman. Two sons. 

Cuthbert, Marian, 1901-03,. . .316 Chestnut Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William, Torrey Walker. Two sons. 

Daddow, Virginia, 1909-11, St. Clair, Schuylkill Co., Pa. 

Daniels, Harriet McDoual, 1900-01, 

College Settlement, 95 Rivington Street, New York City. 

Associate Headworker, College Settlement, New York City, 1914-16. 

Darlow, Ida Rowena, 1912-14,. . .208 South 36th Street, Omaha, Neb. 
Davidson, Julia Quinta, 1897-98, 46 West 83rd Street, New York City. 

Studying Music and Kindergarten Theory, 1915-16. 

Davis, Clara Marie, 1897-98, 1900, 332 Townsend Street, Lansing, Mich. 
Davis, Ethel Belle, 1913, Summer: 31 Cushing Street, Medford, Mass. 

Head Trained Nurse, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-16. 

Davis, Mary Everett, 1910-11, 

405 Righter Street, Wissahickon, Philadelphia. 

Kindergarten Teacher, 1912-16. 

Day, Alice Margaret, 1901-03, 

115 Broadway, New York City. Summer: Apartado 1475, Mexico 
City, Mexico. 

Married, 1907, Mr. William Augustus McLaren. 

Dean, Anna Elliott, 1894-95, Rosemont, Pa. 

Marrieci, 1898, Mr. Bertrand Kingsbury Wilbur. Five sons, four daughters. 

Depew, Christine Ellen, 1907-10, Delano, Pa. 

Private Secretary, 1915-16. 

DiLLER, Saraferree, 1911-12,. .426 West James Street, Lancaster, Pa. 
Dixon, Lilian, 1888-89, 513 Belmont Avenue, Springfield, Mass. 

Private Classes in ParHamentary Law, 1915-16. 

Dixon, Marion, 1897-1900, Died, 1900. 

DoEPKE, Adelheid, 1898-1900, 3595 Washington Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

DooLiTTLE, Hilda, 1905-07, 4 Patchin Place, New York City. 

Dougherty, Eleanor, 1911-14, . . .116 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Student, University of Chicago, 1915-16. 

Douglas, Anabel, 1889-90, 133 Queen's Gate, London, S. W., England. 

Principal of Private School, Queen's Gate, London, England, 1899-1916. 

Douglas, Nellie Woods, 1900, .... 1649 Arapahoe Street, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Frank Adams Ellis. 

Downer, Agnes Peabody, 1901-02, 

207 South Ardmore Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1909, Mr. John Prettyman Holland. 

Downing, Harriet Adele, 1899-1901, Coknar, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Luther Albert Gray. One daughter, two sons. 

Downing, Julia Charlotte, 1899-1900, 

705 North 19th Street, Philadelphia. 



Former Undergraduate Students 121 

Downs, Elizabeth Wharton, 1914-15, 

Care of Dr. Norton Downs, Fordhooke Farm, Three Tuns, Pa. 

DoxEUD, Olivia Christine, 1911-12, 3313 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Dudley, Katharine, 1900-02, 1545 Astor Street, Chicago, lU. 

Artist, 1906-16. 

Dudley, Margaret, 1889-92, 

3rd and Cherokee Streets, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Married, 1899, Dr. William Pomp Walker. One son, two daughters. 

Duke, Julia Blackburn, 1893-95, 

Cold Spring, Cherokee Park, Louisville, Ky. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Samuel C. Henning. Two daughters, two sons. 

Dulles, Margaret Josephine, 1907-08, 

66 State Street, Seneca FaUs, N. Y. 

Married, 1913, The Rev. Deane Edwards. One son. 

Dunn, Helen Prentiss, 1905-06, 194 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Dure, Augusta, 1914-15, 1509 Frankhn Street, Wilmington, Del. 

DuTCHER, Eva Olive, 1900-01, 675 St. Mark's Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Assistant Professor of Biblical Literature, Vassar College, 1914-16. 

Dyer, Lilia, 1898, Sulphur Springs, Mo. 

Eastham, Williette Woodside, 1898-99, 

St. John's CoUege, Shanghai, China. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Charles S. F. Lincoln. 

Eberman, Ella, 1893-94, West Chester, Pa. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Gibbons Gray Cornwell (t 1912). 

Edison, Madeleine, 1906-08, 732 Dixie Lane, Plainfield, N. J. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Eyre Sloane. 

Edwards, Pauline Childs Hartman, 1903-05, 1906, 

4731 Lake Park Avenue, Chicago, lU. Summer: "Longfield," Car- 
roUton, Mo. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Everett Shackleford Cason. One daughter. 

Elpreth, Anna Elizabeth, 1903-04, ... 19 Times Building, Chicago, 111. 
Eliot, Martha May, 1910-11, 2 West Cedar Street, Boston, Mass. 

Student, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1914-16. 

Elmer, Eleanor Nixon, 1909-10, Winnetka, 111. 

Elwell, Rachel Patten, 1905-08, 2207 Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia. 

Ely, Gertrude Sumner, 1896, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Emerson, Helena Titus, 1896-98, 131 East 66th Street, New York City. 

Worker in Lincoln House, New York City, 1914-16. 

Emory, Lucretia Van Bibber, 1896-97, Savannah, W. Va. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Frederick Sampson. 

Engelhard, Dorothy Lois, 1901-03, 

508 North Main Street, Kirksville, Mo. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Michael A. Lane. 

Engelhard, Margaret Jean, 1912-13, 

Sycamore Place, Highland Park, lU. 

Erben, Helen, 1887-89, Radnor, Pa. 

Erbsloh, Gertrud Fanny Adeline, 1906-08, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Robert Otto Milller. Two sons, one daughter. 

Eschweiler, Hannah Lincoln, 1911-12, 

580 Bradford Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 



122 Former Undergraduate Students 

EssELBOBN, Juliet, 1894-95,. . . .2301 Grandview Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 190.3, Mr. Frederick A. Geier. One son. 

Evans, Adelaide Rebecca, 1902-06, 1653 Summit Street, Columbus, 0. 

Married, 1913, Professor Clarence Perkins. 

Evans, Dorothy Morton, 1913-14, 

Care of Professor Clarence Perkins, 1653 Summit Street, Columbus, O. 

Teacher of Science and English in the High School, Frankfort, O., 1915-16. 

Evans, Helen Ludington, 1909-11, 

818 University Parkway, Roland Park, Md. 

Volunteer Social Worker, Baltimore, 1914-16. 

Evans, Helene Rebecca, 1911-14, 

2505 South Lambert Street, Philadelphia. 

Secretary to Dr. Theobald Smith, Director of Department of Animal Pathology, Rocke- 
feller Institute, Princeton, N. J., 1915-16. 

Evans, Rebecca Miller, 1902-04, Died, 1909. 

Fabian, Margaret, 1908-10, 1100 Oak Avenue, Evanston, lU. 

Teacher of Singing, 1915-16. 

Fanshawe, Leonora, 1895-98, Died, 1912. 

Married, 1905, Mr. James Ford Clapp. One son, one daughter. 

Fenollosa, Brenda, 1901-02, Mermaid Lane, Chestnut HiU, Philadelphia. 

Landscape Architect, firm of Fenollosa and White, 1909-16. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Moncure Biddle. 

Ferguson, Ltdia Sophia, 1888-89, Belfast, Me. 

Ferris, Frances Canbt, 1905-07, 1908-09, 

151 West Hortter Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the Haverford School, Haverford, Pa., 191.5-16. 

Feurer, Margaret Barton, 1913-14, 

10th Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Librarian, 1915-16. 

Field, Margaret Elliot, 1899-1900, Address unknown. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Laurence Washburn De Motte. 

Fine, Suzanne Breeze Packard, 1910-11, Princeton, N. J. 

Teaching Miisic, 1915-16. 

Fink, Henry, 1897-98, 1724 Carlton Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Donaio Zinno. 

Fish, Margaret Allina, 1899-1900, 9 Prescott Street, Brookline, Mass. 
FisK, Evelyn Louise, 1897-1900, 82 Library Place, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 1910, Mr. John Warren DuBois Gould. One daughter, one son. 

Fleck, Helen May, 1902-03, Rosemont, Pa. 

Fleischmann, Helen, 1899-1900, 

201 West 57th Street, New York City. Summer, Somerset Farm, 
East Millstone, N. J. 

Married, 1909, Mr. John Wyckoff Mettler. One daughter, one son. 

Fleming, Harriett Edna, 1910-15, 

1629 West Westmoreland Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Albert Disston Turner. 

Flexner, Hortense, 1903-04, . . 948 South Second Street, Louisville, Ky. 

Reporter on the Louisville Herald, 1910-16. 

Floersheim, Edna W., 1896-99, 1828 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Albert J. Bamberger. 

Forbes, Margaret, 1894-96, Died, 1899. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Arnold C. Klebs. 



Former Undergraduate Students 123 

Ford, Grace Marie, 1893-94, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1895, Mr. William. Harrison Weimer, Jr. One son, three daughters. 

Ford, Lucia Osborne, 1902-06, 550 Cedar Street, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. William McMurtrie Rutter. One daughter, one son. 

Form AN, Ada Elizabeth, 1908-09, 

1407 Garfield Avenue, South Pasadena, Cal. 
Dancer with the Ruth St. Denis Company, 1915-16. 

Foster, Mary MacIntire, 1894-95, Died, 1905. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Charles Henry Morrison. 

Foster, Violet Bacon, 1898-1900, The Marlborough, Washington, D. C. 

Editorial Clerk, Division of Consular Reports, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Com- 
merce, 1914-16. 

FotJLKE, Gwendolen, 1888-89, 821 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Research Worker in Biology and Psychology, 1890-1914. 

Married, 1894, Professor Ethan Allen Andrews. Two. sons, one daughter. 

FouLKE, Lydia, 1893-95, .135 Touro Street, Newport, R. I. 

Married, 1897, The Rev. Stanley Carnaghan Hughes. Four sons. 

FoTJLKE, Rebecca Mulford, 1894-97, Radnor, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Ninian Caldwell Cregar. 

Fox, Emily Read, 1904-06, Logan Station, Philadelphia. 

Frederick, Miriam DuBois, 1900-03, 2218 Wallace Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1903, The Rev. Horace Kirk Holtzinger. Two daughters, one son. 

Fuller, Clara Bertram, 1912-15, 

Care of Mrs. Henry Brown Fuller, 40 Washington Square, New York City. 

Student, University of Wisconsin, 1915-16. 

Fuller, Julia Appleton, 1895, 1895-96,. . .6 rue Chardin, Paris, France. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Alfred Barrelet de Ricou. Two sons. 

Fulton, Margaret Alexina, 1901-03, New Hope, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Robert Spencer. One daughter. 

Gage, Margaret Weld, 1895-97, 5 Riedesel Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Gannon, Katharine Harriet, 1905-06, 

567 Dearborn Avenue, Chicago, lU. 

Gano, Katharine Vallette, 1902-04, 2302 Park Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Student, Art Academy, Cincinnati, 1910-16; Director of Three Arts Club, Cincinnati, 
1912-16. 

Gardner, Mabel, 1911-13, 102 Fenway, Boston, Mass. 

Student, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1914-15. 

Garlock, Lunette M., 1906, 385 Chnton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Philip Hilhert Brown. 

Garrett, Frances Biddle, 1885-87, 

524 Locust Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Garrett, Helen Alice, 1901-03, 

101 Bard Avenue, W. New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Married, 1905, Mr. Keith Smith. One son, two daughters. 

Garrett, Mary Rhoads, 1885-87, 1889-90, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Henry Stokes Williams. Four daughters (one f 1908). 

Garrigues, Margaret Ashmead, 1908-10, 

The HiU School, Pottstown, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Professor John Ashby Lester. One daughter. 

Garrigues, Ruth Martin, 1914-15, Haverford, Pa. 

Garrigues, Sidney, 1906-08, 74 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edward Aikin Edwards. One son. 



124 Former Undergraduate Students 

Geoege, MaPlT Rtth Ethelttyx, 1906-10, Casa Dobe, Scottsdale, Ariz. 

Instructor in English in IXIiss Madeira's School, Washington, D. C, 1915-16. 

Gersteivbeeg, Alice, 1903-06, 539 Deming Place, Chicago, lU. 

Writer of plays and novels, 1915—16. 

GiFFOED, Ida Eliot, 1893-95, 26 Brington Road, Brooldine, ^lass. 

Private Xiirse, 1914-16. 

GiLMOXJE, Leoxte, 1891-93, 1894-96, . . . Chigasaki, Kanagawaken, Japan. 

Teacher in the Girls' High School, Hiranuma, Kanagawaken, Japan, 1910-15. 
Married, 1903, Mr. Yone Noguchi. One son, one daughter. 

GxiEBEL, Gerteude Long, 1907-08,. .1507 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Edwin Dannenbaum. Three daughters. 

Glascock, Emily, 1912-14, Upperville, Va. 

GoDFEET, DoEOTHT, 1910-11, 755 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Anti-S\iftrage Organiser, 1914-16. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Charles Stafford Way man. 

GoLDMAUK, Susan, 1894-98, 270 West 94th Street, New York Citj-. 

Maker of hand-made pottery. 

Goldsmith, Sara, 1906-07, Address unknown. 

GooDNOw, Isabel Ltall, 1905-07, 1908-09, 

999 Esplanade, Pelham ^lanor, X. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Ezra Kendall Gillett. One son, one daughter. 

GoEDox, Geace Res, 1908-09, 

516 Commonwealth Avenue, Xewton Centre, ^lass. 

Teacher of Piano, 1914-16. 

Gr aham , Bessie, 1898-99, 326 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Geay, Elizabeth Lawrence, 1908-09, 1910, 1912-13, 

Stony Beach, Hull, Mass. 

Married, Mr. Joseph McLaughlin. One son. 

Geeeley, Edith Elizabeth, 1906-08, 

4833 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, lU. 

Green, AIaejorie Ceissy, 1899-1900, 218 Ellis Street, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Married, 1907, The Eer. Edwin McCord Mulock. Two sons. 

Geeen, Phyllis, 1900-01, 11 Wheeler Avenue, Worcester, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Clifford Spence Anderson. One son. 

Geee^te, AjsNE Duntkln, 1901-03,. .32 Norwood Avenue, Summit, N. J. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Guy Bates. One daughter. 

Greenough, ErcE^TiA, 1905-07, 61 Monmouth Street, Brookline, Zvlass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Royal E. Robbins. One daughter. 

Griscom, Ethel Lydia, 1909, 1909-10, Colonial Apartments, Bangor, 'Me. 

Married, 1911, Professor John Maraers Briscoe. One son. 

Gross, Evelyn, 1898, 1898-99, 4910 Forestville Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

^Married, 1902, Mr. Gustave Alexander Meyer. One son. 

Gucei;nheimee, Adele, 1908-10, 5605 Aylesboro Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Volunteer Worker for Associated Charities, 1915-16. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Morton U. Herzog. 

Gusky, Maey Esthee, 1897, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Murray Eisf elder. 

Gyger, Mary Campbell, 1901-04, Box 56, BrjTi Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Piano, 1913-16. 

Haas, Jeanne, 1900-01, 1902-03, 

Iimsbruckerstrasse 20, Schoneberg, Berlin, Germany. 

Married, 1900, Professor Albert Haas. Two daughters. 



Former Undergraduate Students 125 

Haevernick, Emma, 1901-04, 646 North 44th Street, Philadelphia. 

Head of Modern Language Department, Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Hailet, Ellen Lake, 1901-02, Address unknown. 

Haines, Isabelle Pennock, 1909-10, 

250 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Whitall Nicholson, Jr. One daughter, one son. 

Haines, Ltdia Rapelye, 1905-07, Trumansburg, Tompkins Co., N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Pierson Biggs. 

Haines, Mary Sheppard, 1903-04, Malvern, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Thomas Smedley Cox. Two sons, one daughter. 

Haldeman, Anna Marcet, 1905-08, 

Care of Miss Jean Marcet, The Three Arts Club, New York City. 
Summer: Girard, Kan. 

Actress, 1910-14. 

Hallowell, Bertinia, 1903-05, 

The Maidstone, 1327 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Aubrey Cowtan Dickson. 

Hamilton, Elizabeth Porter, 1895-97, 

22 Chestnut Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

Married, 190.5, Mr. John Delatre Falconbridge. One daughter (f 1908). 

Hammitt, Ruth, 1904, 1904-05, 

Maihng Address: 39 West 10th Street, New York City. 

Writer, 1910-16. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Reginald Wright Kauffm,an. 

Happold, Myktis Edith, 1903-04, .... 9 Shirley Street, Worcester, Mass. 
Harben, Clarissa, 1899, 1899-1903, 214 Broadway, New York City. 

Married, 1903, Mr. William Crocker Macavoy. One daughter. 

Hardenbergh, Hildegarde, 1906-08, 

Port Washington, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Eagle. 

Harding, Charlotte Gittings, 1912-14, 

Cathedral Close, Washington, D. C. 

Haring, Helen Garnsey, 1913-14, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Clarence Henry Haring. One son. 

Harnish, Blanche Marie, 1894-96, 

359 East Broad Street, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Married, 1898, The Rev. J. Ranch Stein. Three sons, two daughters. 

Harrington, Helen Nelthrop, 1904-05, 20 Dudley Place, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Harrington, Ruth, 1911-12, 277 Clarendon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Volunteer Clinic Secretary, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1915-16. 

Harris, Jane Howell, 1891-93, Died, 1910. 

Harrison, Julia Leigh, 1911-13, 

Nurses' Home, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Probation Nurse, 1915-16. 

Hart, Rebecca Purdy, 1901-02, Doylestown, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Dr. Joseph R. Swartzlander. 

Hartshorn, Joanna Dixon, 1898-99, Short HiUs, N. J. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Harold Wright Hack. One son. 

Hartwig, Anna L., 1908-10, 1911-12, 2130 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Student of English and Psychology, Columbia University, 1915-16. 

Hathaway, Sylvia, 1909-11, 

Chew and High Streets, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Harold Evans. One daughter. 



126 Former Undergradv.ate Students 

Hates, Beateice McAtee, 1911-13, 442 Deming Place, Chicago, lU. 

Hazex, Haebixe, 1911-12, 3 Peasenhall Lane, Hvde Park, Cincinnati, 0. 

Married, 1914, Mr. William Henry ChatfieU, Jr. One son." 

Head, Catheeixe Esthee, 1911-13, 416 Wisconsin Avenue, INIadison, Wis. 

Children's Librarian, Woodland Branch of Cleveland Public Librarj'. Cleveland, O., 
1915-16. 

Hecht, Adelheid, 1900-02, Died, 1911. 

Married, 1906, Mr. A. M. Bienenfeld. One son. 

Heeeiiaxce, Lat:ea Woolset, 1892-93, 

354 Edwards Street, Xew Haven, Conn. 

Heike, Louise Otthje, 1899-1903, 

88 Lafa^'ette Avenue, BrookI}-n, X. Y. 

Married, 1908, Dr. William Cavan Woolsey. 

Heelings, Eleanok Louise, 1910-13, 

2315 Sixth Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Cockcroft Thomas Boyd. 

Hench, Elizabeth C, 1890-92, Carhsle, Pa. 

Teacher of English, Manual Training High School, Indianapolis, Ind., 1901-16. 

Hexdeesox, Hildegaede Geeteude, 1909-11, 

Care of Messrs. Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 Pall Mall, London, England. 

Hexdeesox, LoxnsA, 1909-11, 164 Washington Street, Cumberland, ^Nld. 

Hex-exe, Alice Buex-xa, 1902, 1902-04, 

5822 Blackstone Avenue, Chicago, lU. 

Hexze, Paula, 1905-06, 269 Eield Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Teacher of German and Mathematics in the High Schools, Detroit, 1909—16. 

Herhmann, Rose Syephixa, 1897-99, Died, 1902. 

Heuein-gs, Auce, 1901-02,. . . .231 East Main Street, ]\Iooresto^-n, X. J. 
Hewitt, Cax-dace, 1911-13, 127 East 21st Street, Xew York Cit5^ 

Volunteer Social and Philanthropic Worker, 1915-16. 

Higgxxsox', Elizabeth Bethune, 1893-95, 

34 West Cedar Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Charles Jaclcson. One son, two daughters. 

HiiiL, AxxA Mary, 1901-05, 198 Park Avenue, Yonkers, X. Y. 

Teacher of English in the Halsted School, Yonkers, 1915-16. 

HixTDE, Helex Haepee, 1910-12, 1524 Aster Street, Chicago, 111. 

Hires, Lixda Sihth, 1901-02, Haverf ord. Pa. 

Ad-\-iser on Gardens and Horticultural Matters, 1915-16. 

Httotsutaxagi, IMaki, 1912-14, 

Care of INIiss Alice M. Bacon, ]\It. Carmel, Conn. 

Hoffheuiee, Edith Steixgee, 1906-07, 

4064 Beechwood Avenue, Avondale, Cincinnati, 0. 

Graduate Student, University of Cincinnati, 1910-12, 1914-16; Volimteer Social Worker, 
1914-16. 

Holland, Maey Elizabeth, 1901-05, 

1500 Broome Street, Wilm in gton, Del. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1910-16. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Caleb Ernest Burchenal. One son. 

Hollar, Mart Rankix, 1900-04, 

234 West Hortter Street, Grermantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1911, Mr. John Carlyle Knox. Three sons. 

Holmax, Helex, 1894-96, 322 Park Place, Brooklj-n, X. Y. 

Married, 1905, Dr. Roger Durham. One son, one daughter. 



Former Undergraduate Students 127 

HoLMAN, Josephine Bowen, 1892-96, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Dezsd Eugen Boross. Two daughters. 

HoLSTEiN, Elizabeth Branton, 1894-96, 1897-99, 

16 Hesketh Street, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Edgar Buckingham. One daughter, one son. 

Holt, Evelyn, 1905-08, 14 West 55th Street, New York City. 

HoMPE, Maejorie, 1913-14, 

23 College Avenue, S. E., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Student of Music, 1915-16. 

HooKE, Harriet Henley, 1898-99, 

547 South Hanover Street, CarUsle, Pa. 

Married, 1901, Mr. William Kennedy Heim (f 1909). Two sons, two daughters (one f 
1905). 

Hooker, Elizabeth Robbins, 1892-93, 

576 Washington Street, Dorchester, Mass. 

Hooker, Theodora Fitch, 1906, 85 Hicks Street, Brookljm, N. Y. 

Student, Brooklyn Law School of St. LawTence University and Assistant to the Principal, 
Bushwick High School, Brooklyn, 1914-16. 

Hopkins, Elizabeth, 1892-95, . . 130 East Gorham Street, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Hobart Stanley Johnson. Two sons. 

Hopkins, Julia Anna, 1899-1900, 

Brooklyn Pubhc Library, Fourth Avenue and Pacific Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Principal, Training Department, Brooklyn Public Library, 1914-16. 

Hopkins, Nellie Louise, 1895-96, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Arthur Stariley Todd. One son. 

Horner, Jane Elizabeth, 1891-94, 

100 Pelham Road, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Robert Murray Hague. Four sons, two daughters (one f 1900). 

HosFOED, Elizabeth Sanborn, 1892-95, Rye, N. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Lunsford Pitts Yandell. Two sons, three daughters. 

HouGHTALiNG, Irene Haslehurst, 1902-03, 

Sunny Ridge Farm, Harrison, N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Henry Ranney Carse. 

Houghteling, Harriot Peabody, 1903-06, 

850 Lincoln Parkway, Chicago, 111. 

Houghton, Elizabeth, 1914-15, 

Care of Clement Stevens Houghton, Esq., 152 Suffolk Road, Chestnut 
Hill, Mass. 

Houghton, Therese Gertrude, 1897-98, Box 184, Phcenix, Ariz. 

Assistant Secretary to the Governor of Arizona, 1912-16. 

Howard, Mary Eloise, 1889-91, 3721 Bowser Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Francis E. Shoup. 

Howe, Emily Gumming, 1887-89, Died, 1894. 

HowLAND, Alice Gulielma, 1901-02, Brjm. Mawr, Pa. 

Principal of the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-16. 

HowLAND, Dorothy, 1904-05, North Falmouth, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Frederic Keith Leatherhee. One son, one daughter. 

Hoy, Anna Harris, 1885-87, Belief onte, Pa. 

HoYT, Emily Martha, 1904-06, 1907-08, 

445 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Bob Andrews. 

Hoyt, Mary Fellows, 1895-98,. .310 West 75th Street, New York City. 



128 Former Undergraduate Students 

Hubbard, Charlotte Armitage, 1895-96, Houghton, Mich. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Horatio Stuart Goodell. One son, two daughters. 

HuEY, Katharin:e, 1903-06, 

57th Street and Ehnwood Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Manager of Employment Division, Curtis Publishing Co., Philadelphia, 1915-16. 

HuLBERT, Nellie May, 1890-91, 21 Washington Avenue, Elyria, O. 

Married, 1894, Mr. George C. Jameson. 

Hume, Mary, 1908-10, 

Heilbronnerstrasse 30, Berhn, Germany. Summer : 2007 Grand Avenue, 
Des Moines, la. 

Humphrey, Alfreda, 1913-14, 1171 Main Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Hunt, Helen Dunlap, 1897-99, Died, 1905. 

Hunter, Frances, 1908-10, 1911-12, Hillcroft, Adams, Mass. 

Teacher of Algebra and Enghsh in the High School, Adams, 1915-16. 

HuRD, Elisabeth Carter, 1910-12, 1120 East 49th Street, Chicago, 111. 

Designer and Maker of Toys, 1915-16. 

HuRD, Helen Elisabeth, 1906-07, 1120 East 49th Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1912, Professor Gilbert Ames Bliss. One daughter. 

Huse, Eleanor Baker, 1911-15, 

Care of George H. Huse, Esq., 95 Blackstone Street, Boston, Mass. 

Iringer, Ida Laurette, 1902-04, Address unknown. 

Jackson, Frances Appleton, 1906-07, Died, 1909. 

Jackson, Josephine, 1889-91,. .415 Hawthorn Road, Roland Park, Md. 

Married, 1897, Mr. James Curtis Ballagh. 

Jacobs, Marguerite Eyster, 1904-06, 

2233 Sedgwick Avenue. New York City. 

Married, 1908, The Rev. William Melchior Horn. Three sons, one aaughter. 

Jaggard, Anne Wright, 1912-14, Hotel Aberdeen, St. Paul, Minn. 

James, Margaret Mart, 1906-08, 

18 Maplewood Apartments, Clifton, Cincinnati, O. Summer : 95 Irving 
Sti'eet, Cambridge, Mass. 

Worker in Vocational Bureau of Cincinnati, 1915-16. 

Jannet, Elizabeth Brinton, 1889-90, Box 123, Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher of French in the WilUam Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1910-15. 

Janney, Mildred, 1907-08, 1910-11, 

The Burlington, 1321 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. William Sinclair Ashbrook. One daughter. 

Jencks, Eleanor May, 1913-15, 

Care of Francis M. Jencks, Esq., 1 West Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Jenks, Margery, 1904-06, 700 Vine Street, Scranton, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Gaspard d'Andelot Belin. 

Jennings, Bessie Homer, 1910-11, 1912-13, 

7 Athens Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Assistant Cataloguer, Bryn Mawr College Library, 1908-16. 

Johnston, Marie Louise, 1901-03, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Charles Adkins Baker. One son, one daughter. 

Johnston, Mary Beattie, 1903, Salem, N. Y. 

Jones, Annie Elizabeth, 1906-08, 1710 B Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Teacher of Music, 1914-16. 

Jones, Elizabeth Levering, 1912, 1912-13, 

1106 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 



Former Undergraduate Students 129 

Jones, Grace Llewellyn, 1891-93, 1894-95, Address unknown. 

Jones, Hattie Elizabeth, 1888-90, ... 2 North Street, Fairhaven, Mass. 

Married, 1892, Mr. Charles R. Jacob. Three sons. 

Jones, Marguerite Allston, 1911-12, Lake Roland, Md. 

Private Tutor, 1914-16, and Demonstrator for Hupmobile Motor Cars, 1915-16. 

Jones, Virginia, 1907-09,. . .940 Western Avenue, N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Student, Pittsburgh Carnegie Technical School, 1912-16. 

Justice, Hilda, 1892-94, West Clapier Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Secretary of the ISxecutive Board, Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women, 
1912-16; Member of Board of Corporators, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 
1914-16. 

Kamm, Caroline Augusta, 1905-07, .. .706 Upper Drive, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1909, Mr. James Austin McKinnon. 

Kane, Florence Bayard, 1898, 1732 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Worker for Prison Reform, 1914-16. 

Kaupmann, Irene Saidie, 1906, Died, 1907. 

Keasbey, Louisa Edwina, 1895-96, Miller Road, Morristown, N. J. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1913-16. 

Keeney, Helen, 1912-15, 

Care of Henry O. Keeney, Esq., RockviUe, Conn. 

Kellen, Grace, 1903-05, 2442 Ransdall Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Paul Herman Creel. One son. 

Kellen, Ruth, 1900-02, Died, 1909. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Thomas Linwood Wiles. One son. 

Kellogg, Edith, 1901-03, 62 Greenough Street, Brookhne, Mass. 

Kemmerer, Gertrude, 1897-98, 1899, 1899-1901, 

42 East 64th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Samuel Brinckerhoff Thome. 

Kenison, Lucie, 1908-10, 1120 Tremont Street, Galveston, Tex. 

Suffrage Worker, 1915. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Herman Arthur Bornefeld. One son (f 1915). 

Kent, Margaret Yseult, 1904-05, 

6113 Germantown Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Private Secretary, 1906-16; Notary Public, 1907-16. 

Kerr, Fredericka M., 1899-1900, 557 Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Treasurer of the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1905-16. 

Kershaw, Karie Kay, 1886-87, 1888-89, 1891-92, 

Highway, Riverton, N. J. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Frank Rogers Treadwell; 1903, Mr. Benjam,in Schreiber Mechling. 

Ketchum, Florence Josephine, 1899-1900, See page 88. 

Kilner, Mary, 1907-09, Multnomah Hospital, Portland, Ore. 

Student, Nurses Training School, Multnomah Hospital, 1915-16. 

KiLPATRicK, Ellen Perkins, 1895-97, 

1027 St. Paul. Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Kimball, Charlotte Stuart, 1907-08, 

3 Midvale Road, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher in the Roland Park Country School, 1913-16. 

Kimball, Mary Hortense, 1899, Address unknown. 

King, Florence, 1892-94, Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

King, Rachel Estelle Albright, 1910-11, 

19 Highfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. 



130 Former Undergraduate Students 

KiNGSBACHEE, Erma, 1902-04,. . .5112 Waterman Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Ernest William Siix. One daughter, one son. 

KiNGSBACHER, Gertrude, 1906-08, 6344 PhiUips Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Elias Sunstein. One daughter. 

KiRKBEiDE, Mary Amelia, 1896-9'9, Ghizereh, . Cairo, Egypt. 

Alarried, 1904, Mr. Godfrey Reginald Peckitt. 

Kxett, Edith May, 1907-08, Las Animas, Colo. 

Married, 1909, Mr. George Albert Cunning. One son. 

Knowland, Carolyn, 1891-92, 

Hydewood Hall, Mountain Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Francis de Lacy Hyde (f 1910). Two sons, one daughter. 

KoHN, Elsle, 1900-02, 4726 McPherson Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Aaron H. Rauh. T-svo daughters (one f 1910). 

DE KovEN, Ethel le Roy, 1902-04, 

Care of C. I. Hudson Co., 36 WaU Street, New York City. 

Alarried, 1911, Mr. H. Kierstede Hudson. One son. 

Kratjs, Edna Florence, 1911-12, 2401 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Albert Monroe Greenfield. One son. 

KuTTNER, Anna Gayler, 1911-12, 567 West 113th Street, New York City. 

Laboratory Assistant, Board of Health Bureau of Laboratories, New York City, 1915-lt). 

Kyle, Margaret, 1912-13, Harborside, Pljonouth, Mass. 

LAiiBERT, Helen, 1895-97, ' . . .Died, 1913. 

Married, 1913, Mr. H. Louis Duhring, Jr. 

Lamberton, Anne, 1909-10, 4403 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Head of Primary Department in the Gordon School, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Lammers, Mildred Lammers, 1913-15, 

812 Fourth Street, S. E., MiimeapoUs, Minn. 

Student, University of ^Minnesota, 1915-16. 

Landers, Pearl Adele, 1893-95, 217 South Lindsay Street, Kokomo, Ind. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Timothy Harrison. 

Langdon, Julia OLmA, 1891-93, 160 West 59th Street, New York City. 

INIarried, 1902, Mr. Edward Eugene Loomis. Two daughters. 

Langellier, Alice Florence, 1912-13, Watseka, lU. 

Teacher in the National Training School for Girls, Washington, D. C., 1915-16. 

Lape, Esther Everett, 1901-02, . . . 3217 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Latta, Margaret Douglas, 1905-06, 

319 Moreland Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Wakeman Griffi?i Gribbel. Three daughters. 

Lautz, Gertrude Mae, 1896-97, See page 98. 

Law ALL, Marion Louise, 1897, Walden, N. Y. 

Married, 1897, The Rev. William W. Wilcox Five sons (one f 1898, one f 1906), one 
daughter. 

Lawrence, Eihly SYL%rESTER, 1905-07, 

8 West Read Street, Baltimore, Md.; or BaUston Spa, N. Y. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Roland Wright Smith. One son. 

Lawther, Evelyn Teressa, 1895-96, 

1639 North Talbot Street, Indianapohs, Ind. 

Married, 1900, The Rev. Owen Davis Odell. One son, one daughter. 

Lawther, Mary Roberts, 1891-93 

1450 Allison Avenue, Los Angeles, CaL 

Married, 1910, Mr. Melville Ellsworth Eddy. 



Former Undergraduate Students 131 

Leach, Camilla, 1889-90, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. 

Instructor in Methods of Teaching Drawing, University of Oregon, 1912-16. 

Lean, Alice Richmond, 1913-14,. .77 Thaxter Avenue, Abington, Mass. 

Secretary to the Director of the Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 
New York City, 1914-16. 

Lee, Ethel McLane, 1910-11, 903 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Lehman, Lois Partridge, 1907-08, 1909, 1909-10, Redlands, Cal. 

Student, University of California, 1915-16. 

Leuba, Berthe a., 1905-06, 1911-12, 

229 Roberts Road, Bryn MawT, Pa. 

Married, 1896, Professor James H. Leuba. One son, two daughters (one f 1900). 

Levering, Margaretta, 1896-98, 

The Oak Road, School Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Theodore Edmondson Brown. Two daughters. 

Lewis, Ella Beasten, 1901-02, 1904^05, 

1813 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Lewis, Louise, 1901-04, 146 West Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Lewis, Marion Holmes, 1912-13, 1367 North State Street, Chicago, 111. 

Light, Barbara Joyce, 1909-10, The Heights, Lebanon, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Thomas Sidney Quinn. 

Linn, Mary Hunter, 1887-89, Bellefonte, Pa,. 

Lit, Juliet Ephraim, 1906-09, . . . 1500 South 6th Street, Sprmgfield, 111. 

Book Re\'iewer and Woman's Page Editor of Springfield News-Record, 1915—16. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Julius David Ster?i. One son, one daughter. 

Lodge, Edith Harvey, 1899-1901, South Pittsburg, Tenn. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Charles Richard Kellermann. Four sons. 

LoEB, Florence May, 1908-10,. .133 West 11th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Alexander Fleisher. 

Logan, Annie Laurie, 1889-90, 98 Wadena Street, Cleveland, 0. 

Volunteer Siiffrage and Peace Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1891, Professor Oliver Farrar Emerson. One son, one daughter. 

LoiNES, Hilda, 1896-99, 3 Pierrepont Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

General Secretary of Women's National Agricultviral and Horticultural Association, 
1914-16. 

Long, Eleanor Tatum, 1911-12, East State Street, Ithaca, N.^Y. 

Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1915-16. 

Loomis, Ernestine Dillaye, 1914-15, 

1373 South Salma Street, S\Tacuse, N. Y. 

Lord, Frances Shippen, 1906-08, North Street, Plymouth, Mass. 

Social Worker, Massachusetts General Hospital and Housing Inspector, Women's Muni- 
cipal League, Boston, Mass., 1915-16. 

Lowrey, Elsie Elizabeth, 1899-1900, 

The Esmond, 12th and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia. 

Assistant to the Principals in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1915-16. 

LtJRMAN, Katharine, 1891-92, Catonsville, Md. 

Lynch, Gertrude Mason, 1887-90, 1891-92, 

228 Conway Street, Carhsle, Pa. 
Married, 1895, The Rev. Ruter William Springer. One daughter, one son. 

Lynch, Nora, 1903-07, Address unkno\^Ti. 

Lyon, Frances Witter, 1902-05, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Foster Stebbins Naething. 



132 Former Undergraduate Students 

Lyox, HE^-RIETTA Baldt. 1S96-9S, 1S99-1900, 1901, 

921 West 4th Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

Ltox, .JosEPHi>n; Ama2\"T)a, 1895-96. St. Hilda's House, New Haven, Conn. 

Deaconess. ProTestant Episcopal Citv Mission Society, >«ew Haven, 1910-16; Resident 
of S. Hilda's House, Xe'rr Haven, 1910-16. 

Mabon, MaegaPvET A'a2c Vea^-eex. 1912-14. 

"VTard's Island,, Xew York City. 
Student, Art Students' League, 1914—16. 

Mabtjey, Bei^la, 1890-91, Address imknown. 

MACEAELA^fE, Kathteen Selfbidge, 1889-90, 

Care of ^Morgan, Haries & Co., Paris. 

Married, Mr. C. WiUiam Macfarlane. 

MAcAIiLL-ix. :\Iaet LonsE, 1S90-91, 

191.5 Bigelow Street, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

VTritsr for Magazines and VTriter of Plays, 1909-16. 

Mac^vamee. Helex Viola. 1900-01, Berw^-n, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. WiUiam P. Bentz. One daughter. 

Macombek, Majbt Scattebgood, 1S98-99, 

36 Grove Street, Auburndale, IMass. 
Married, 1900, Mr. Herbert Huntington Longfellow. Three daughters (one f 1902) , one son. 

MacVeagh, IMaegaeetta CAiiEEOX, 1890-93, Brj-n Mawr, Pa. 

]\,lADDrx, EsTHEE, 1905-08, 818 Summit Grove Avenue, Brj-n iMawr, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Professor David Hilt Tennent. One son. 

Maixlaxd. :Maet Elisabeth, 1897-1900. 1950 Sewell Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Arthur St. George DougaU. One daughter, one son. 

!Malott, Daisy Patteeson, 1893-95, 

3411 North Pennsylvania Street, IndianapoHs, Ind. 

Married, 1S99, Mr. Paul Helb White. One daughter, two sons. 

Malott, Ella Lacea, 1892-93, 

1002 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1S99, Mr. Edgar H. Etnns. Three daughters (one j 1911). 

IMaltbt. Olive Douglas, 1905-07, 70 Stimson Avenue, Providence, Pt. I. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Arthur Livingston KeUey, Jr. One daughter. 

Maeis, Axxe Geehaed, 1897-99,. . .400 South loth Street, Philadelphia 
Mark, Ltdia Maete. 1911-13, Lake Forest, lU. 

ilarried, 1915, Mr. John Kimball SatiUe. 

Maeks, Ellen Scott, 1899-1900, 305 Catoma Street, Montgomery. Ala. 

ilarried, 1904, Dr. Mahmowd Labib Mofiarrem Bey (t 1913). 

Mabsh, Coea Adpjc.an'a, 1893-94, New London, Conn. 

Mabsh, Helex Elizabeth. 190S-11, 

530 Clinton Avenue, BrookljTi, N. Y. 

Mabshall, Helex. 1S95-96, 71 Williams Street, Norwich, Conn. 

librarian of the Peek Library, Norsrich Free Academy, 1907-16. 

Maeshall, PiACHEL, 1908-09, Sedro WooUey, Wash. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Daniel Burgess Cogswell. One son. 

^NLarttn-, Eeaxces de Foeest, 1899-1901, 

Woodhull House, LawrenceviUe, N. J. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Charles Henry Breed. Two daughters, one son. 

Maetix, Jeax Baeiie, 1902-04, 119 :Moran Street, Oil City, Pa. 

Secretarv, Oil Citv Library Commission, 1914-16. 
Married,' 1910, Dr. Melroy Weed Boston. 



Former Undergraduate Students 133 

Martin, Mary Rockwith, 1890-93, Montreat, N. C. 

Teacher of Latin, German and English in Miss Jordan's School for Girls, Montreat, 1915-16. 
Married, 1902, Mr. James Imhrie Miller. One son, two daughters. 

Mason, Alice Eleanor, 1901-02, Beachton P. O., Grady Co., Ga. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Henry Emerson Butler. Two daughters. 

Mathewson, Faith Trumbull, 1892-94, Thompson, Conn. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Arnold van Couthen Piccardt Huizinga. One daughter. 

Matlack, Louise, 1909-10, 

33 West Northampton Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Matlbss, Alice, 1901-03, 214 West Main Street, Lansing, Mich. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Lees Ballinger. Two daughters. 

Maurice, Emily Marshall, 1905-07, .. .Cedar hurst, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Charles Whitney Dall. Two sons. 

Mayer, Julia Isabel, 1913-14, .... Care of Mrs. Grier Hersh, York, Pa. 

Volunteer Teacher at St. Mary's on the Mountain, Sewanee, Tenn., 1915-16. 

Mayhew, Viola Adeline, 1900-01, Address unknown. 

McBuRNEY, Alice, 1895-96, Stockbridge, Mass. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Austen Fox Riggs. Three daughters, one son. 

McCarthy, Edith, 1897-98, Hamilton Court, Philadelphia. 

McCoRMiCK, Caroline, 1892-94, 18 West 52nd Street, New York City. 

Volunteer Philanthropic Worker, 1915-16. 
Married, 1907, Mr. Francis Louis Slade. 

McCoRMicK, Eleanor Harryman, 1900-02, 

379 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Dr. Marshal Fabyan. One son, one daughter. 

McCrack,en, Matilda, 1903-04, 1646 North 55th Street, Philadelphia. 

McCreery, Vashti, 1911-13, 1914-15, 

Care of W. W. McCreery, Esq., Benton, 111. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Correctionville, la., 1915-16. 

M(;Culloch, Agnes, 1900-01, 

1723 North Pennsylvania Street, IndianapoHs, Ind. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Hugh Henry Hanna, Jr. One son, two daughters. 

McCuNE, Mabel 1896-97, 719 Arbor Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Herbert J. Goulding. One son (f 1909). 

McDonald, Cornelia, 1912-14, . . 1440 St. James' Court, Louisville, Ky. 

Student, Art Students' League, New York City, 1915-16. 

McIlvaine, Romaine LeMoyne, 1913-15, Hubbard Woods, III. 

McKee, Helen, 1897-98, Cynwyd, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Arthur Hobson Quinn. Three daughters, one son. 

McKeehan, Matilda McClure, 1892-93, 

108 Le MojTie Avenue, Washington, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Paul Albert Agassiz Core. 

McKeen, Anna Lewis, 1904-05, . . .Jewels Island, CUff Island P. O., Me. 
McKelvey, Mary Alice, 1908-11, 1912, Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y. 

Social and Club Worker, Sea and Land House, 61 Henry Street, New York City, 1915-16. 

McKelvey, Ruth, 1911-12, Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y. 

Barnard College, 1912-16; Volunteer Settlement Worker, 1914-15, 1916. 

McKenney, Clara Justine, 1906-07, Died, 1909. 

McLane, Hazel Ellen, 190^07, 43 Lexington Avenue, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1909, Mr. John Alexander Clark. Two sons. 



134 Former Undergraduate Students 

McMillan, Margaret, 1899-1900, 

505 Tenth Avenue, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

McMillan, MariiS, 1913-14, 1002 North Baylen Street, Pensacola, Fla. 

McMuRTRiE, Francis Edith, 1900-01, 

111 West Upsal Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

McNaughton, Celia Ruth, 1902-03, 1904-05, Pasadena, Cal. 

Mead, Helen Douglas, 1905-06, Died, 1908. 

Mearkle, Edith, 1908-10, 1911-12, 

2217 South Aldrich Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn., or care of Messrs. 
Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 Pall Mall, London, England. 

Meeker, Marjorie, 1911-14, Melrose, Bexley, O. 

Merritt, Leslie, 1902, 23 School Street, Gloucester, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Dr. Charles Henry Bergengren. Two sons, one daughter. 

Merry, Frances Elizabeth, 1914-15, 

Care of Mrs. Henry Merry, 2040 East 82nd Street, Cleveland, O. 
Student, Mills College, Oakland, Cal., 1915-16. 

Meyer, Else, 1908-10, 1765 Prytania Street, New Orleans, La. 

Michael, Jeanette, 1909-10, 1911, 1911-12, 

741 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Middendorp, Katherine Louise Irvin, 1895-98, 

210 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Henry Clayton Blackwell. Three daughters. 

Mifflin, Elizabeth Hornli, 1890-93, Wayne, Pa. 

Married, 1896, Mr. David Knickerbocker Boyd. Two daughters. 

Miles, Mary Elizabeth, 1888-89, 

5148 WajTie Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Associate Principal and Teacher of English in the Stevens School, Germantown, 1914-16. 

Miller, Alice Wolff, 1905-06, 149 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Miller, Barnette, 1900-01,. . . .430 West 119th Street, New York City. 

Miller, Jessie Imbrie, 1897-1900, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Miller, Julia Stedman, 1902-03, 290 Summit Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Newman Walbridge. Two sons, one daughter. 

Miller, Marjorie Enid, 1906-08, Kent State Bank, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Miller, Mary Alice Edwards, 1894-95, 1896-97, 

41 Dexter Street, Maiden, Mass. 

Married, 1897, Mr. William Read Buckm,inster. Two daughters. 

Miller, Mary Cecilia, 1914-15, 

Care of Mrs. Ida L. K. Miller, 4544 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Miller, Mary Wanamaker, 1894-95, 904 South 47th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1900, Mr. William Boswell Mount. Two daughters (one f 1902), two sons. 

Mills, Helen Elizabeth, 1905-06, 1909 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Student, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1910-15. 

Mitchell, Beulah Margaret, 1908-09, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Harold Kelso Hailey. One son. 

Mitchell, Frances Helen, 1905-06, 

St. Martin's, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Mock, Eurana Dinkey, 1908, 1908-10, 

Care of Mrs. J. F. Mock, 4900 Wahaut Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Titus de Bohula. 



Former Undergraduate Students 135 

MoFFiTT, Rebecca Charlotte, 1899-1902, 

1714 North 2nd Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Edgar Paul Johnston. One son, two daughters. 

Montenegro, Carlota, 1897-99,. .401 Baker Street, San Francisco, Cal. 
Moody, Mary Grace, 1894-97, 199 Elm Street, West Haven, Conn. 

Teacher of English in the New Haven High School, 1908-16. 

Moore, Ethel Belle, 1903, 1904-05, Address unknown. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Frederick Hovey Wheeler. 

Moore, Hannah Irene, 1890-93, 1894-95, Died, 1895. 

Moore, Rachel Bigelow, 1904-06, 

146 Woodward Street, Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Henry Edward Warren. Two sons, one daughter. 

Morgan, Ellen Key Howard, 1892-93, 

210 North Broadway, Lexington, Ky. 

Morgan, Mary Churchman, 1911-15, 4418 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

MoRSS, Constance, 1913-14, 115 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Morton, Charlotte, 1899-1901, 343 State Street, Albany, N. Y. 

Philanthropic Worker, 1910-16. 

Moss, Carolyn Ladd, 1890-93, 712 Third Street, Lewiston, Idaho. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Joseph S. Reed. One daughter. 

Mudge, Lillian Hersey, 1911-13, 449 Portland Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 
Mudge, Marion Christine, 1902-06, 77 Lothrop Street, Beverly, Mass. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Charles Rollins Prichard. Two sons, one daughter. 

Munford, Mary Safford, 1914-15, 503 East Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 

Murray, Clara Hunsicker, 1909-10, 

Charles Street Avenue and University Parkway, Baltimore, Md. 

Murray, Elsie, 1896-97, 735 South Main Street, Athens, Pa. 

Murray, Harriet Cock, 1898-99, Chappaqua, N. Y. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Alfred Busselle. Two sons, one daughter. 

Mussey, Mabel H. Barrows, 1905-07, Croton on Hudson, N. Y. 

Married, 1905, Professor Henry Raymond Mussey. One son. 

MuzzEY, Marie Ella, 1903-04, Died, 1910. 

Myers, Mary Calvert, 1903-04, 

Orkney Road, Govans, Baltimore Co., Md. 

Nagel, Caroline Louise, 1909-10, 83 Pleasant Street, Metiden, Conn. 

Nash, Carolyn Ryan, 1909-10, 1723 Q Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Nash, Madeline Culbertson, 1906-07, 

418 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, 111. 

Nathan, Stella, 1904-06, 75 Highland Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Charles Bock. One daughter. 

Naumburg, Alice, 1899-1900, 23 West 69th Street, New York City. 

Married, 190.3, Mr. Joseph M. Proskauer. Two daughters, one son. 

Nebeker, Edna, 1898-99,. .619 South College Avenue, Fort Collins, Colo. 

Married, 1902, Dr. Howard J. Livingston. 

Neergaard, Edith Louise, 1899-1903, 

47 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Henry Hathaway Wheeler. One daughter. 



136 Former Undergraduate Students 

Nelden, Maria Louise, 1899-1900, 

1163 East Colorado Street, Pasadena, Cal. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Jerome 0. Cross. One daughter, (one f 1907), one son. 

Newton, Carolina Edelheim, 1910-13, Daylesford, Berwyn P. O., Pa. 

Nichols, Helen Slocum, 1898-1902, 

5 Summit Street, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Mansfield Estabrook. Two sons. 

Nicholson, Elisabeth Robeson, 1891-94, 

223 East Central Avenue, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Joseph Remington Wood (t 1911); married, 1912, Mr. Asa S. Wing. 
Three sons (one f 1896), three daughters. 

Niles, Gertrude Florence, 1912-13, 

33 Summit Avenue, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Roland Ball Pendergast, 

Niles, Laura, 1893-97, 4411 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Northrop, Mary, 1892-94, 461 East Ridge Street, Marquette, Mich. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Philip Bennet Spear. Two sons, one daughter (t 1910). 

O'Connor, Agnes, 1909-11, 475 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Eastin Rossell. 

Ogden, Elise Lucy, 1891-92, 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant in charge of Library, States Relations Service (Prior to July 1, 1915, Office of 
Experiment Stations), U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1907-16. 

Oglevee, Jessie Eagleson, 1895-98, 

Columbus, O., or Hotel Maryland, MinneapoUs, Minn. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Herbert Horatio Tanner. One son. 

Ohern, Eugenia Grinnell, 1907-08, 

211 West Symmer Street, Norman, Okla. 

Married, 1900, Dr. Daniel Webster Ohern. 

Orbison, Agnes Louise, 1886-88, Died, 1915. 

Orr, Helv:etia, 1912-14, 441 Fowler Avenue, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Orvis, Gertrude Swift, 1895-96, Ehnira College, Elmira, N. Y. 

Otis, Louise, 1913-15, 644 Oak Street, Wionetka, 111. 

Student, Northwestern University, 1916-16. 

Ott, Helen Maxwell, 1907-08, 

521 East Leverington Avenue, Roxborough, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in "Walton Public School, 1915-16. 

Packard, Emilie, 1905-06, 219 West Mt. Airy Avenue, Chestnut HiU, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Sydney Martin Harrison. Two daughters. 

Paddock, Irene Angell, 1910-13, 

842 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
Teacher in Primary School, St. Davids, Pa., 1915-16. 

Page, Anne, 1910-12, 21 Hawthorne Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Student in the Feirce Shorthand School, Boston, Mass., 1915-16. 

Page, Laura Lansing Crenelle, 1903-04, 

37 East 38th Street, New York City. 

Paine, Jane Hutchinson, 1912-14, Oakley, O. 

Palmer, Elizabeth Marshall, 1892-93, 

498 Terrace Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Robert N. McMynn. 

Palmer, Evalina, 1896-98, Lefkas, Ionian Islands, Greece. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Angela Sikelianos. One son. 



Former Undergraduate Students 137 

Parks, Geoegiana Mabry, 1901-04, 2522 South 20th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Joseph Percy Remington. Three daughters, one son. 

Parrish, Grace, 1890-91, 120 East 62nd Street, New York City. 

Married, 1901, Dr. Haven Emerson. Three sons, two daughters. 

Patten, Agnes, 1910-11, 1217 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, lU. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Laurence Russell Wilder. 

Pearson, Anne Rutherford, 1892-93, Concord, Mass. 

Married, 1893, Mr. Robert Lyon Warner. Five sons (one t 1899, one f 1903), one daughter. 

Pearson, Julia L., 1894-95, 

89 St. Mark's Place, New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Married, 1907, Mr. William Floyd Hunt. One son. 

Pelletier, Hel^ne, 1906-08, 1602 Summit Avenue, Sioux City, la. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Benjamin Walker. One son. 

Peters, Edith Macausland, 1893-95, 1101 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Petersen, Kate Oelzner, 1888-89, 

106 East 52nd Street, New York City. 

Phillips, Anna Tucker, 1899-1900, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Raynal Cawthorne Boiling. One son, three daughters (one t 1913). 

Phillips Bertha, 1896-1900, 541 East 78th Street, New York City. 

Soloist and Teacher of Opera, 1915-16. 

PiNNEY, Marie, 1909-11, 

Care of Mrs. David Loring, 812 Marshall Street, Portland, Ore. 
Member of Training Class for Librarians, Portland Public Library, 19i5-16. 

Platter, Mary Hunter, 1913-15,. . . .3008 Maple Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Plumb, Georgie Middleton, 1896-98, Died, 1906. 

Plumb, Helen, 1901-02, 37 WetheriU Street, Detroit, Mich. 

Secretary of Society of Arts and Crafts of Detroit, 1906-16. 

Potter, Genevieve, 1908-09, 537 South 49th Street, Philadelphia. 

Assistant in the Comptroller's Office, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-16. 

PowEL, Ella Louise, 1901-02, 391 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1908, Dr. William McLean. Two sons, one daughter. 

Powell, Edith Williams, 1902-05, 1909-10, 

25 Merion Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Powell, Lillian Augusta, 1895-96, 2115 Broadway, Little Rock, Ark, 

Married, 1898, Mr. John Rison Fordyce. Four sons. 

Pray, Gladys, 1911-13, 153 Aycrigg Avenue, Passaic, N. J. 

Preston, Catharine Anita, 1910-11, 130 Simpson Road, Ardmore, Pa. 
Directress of Women's Department, Normal School of Physical Education, Temple Uni- 
versity, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Preston, Jennie Florence, 1897-99, 

151 Irving Avenue, South Orange, N. J. 
Married, 1905, Mr. Benjamin F. Jones. 

Preston, Margaret Junkin, 1908-09, 

The Montreal Apartments, Baltimore, Md. 
Teacher in the Calvert Primary School, Baltimore, 1912-16. 

Preston, Margaret Wicklipfe, 1904-06, 

Hampton Court, Lexington, Ky. 
Suffrage, Social and Church Worker, 1915-16. 

Price, Anna, 1913-15, Whitford, Pa. 

Teacher of Dancing, 1915-16. 



138 Former Undergraduate Students 

Price, Mary Lucretia, 1903-05, 

802 East Hutchinson Avenue, Swissvale, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Edward Louis Koch. One son, two daughters. 

Putnam, Corinna Haven, 1893-95, 93 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Lecturer on Egypt and the Arabic Language. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Joseph Lindon Smith. Three daughters. 

QuiMBY, Aldana Ripley, 1906-07, 278 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Assistant Private Secretary, Flint and Co., 1915-16. 

Railsback, Monica, 1901, 743 Merrick Street, Shreveport, La. 

Ramsey, Emily Yocum, 1905-06, 

420 Luzerne Street, Westmont, Johnstown, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Francis Beacom Hamilton. One son. 

Rand, Elizabeth Carrington, 1912-14, Greenwich, Conn. 

Rand, Mary Celine, 1905-09, The Plaza, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Settlement Worker, Minneapolis, 1915-16. 

Randall, Evelyn Barton, 1913-14, Catonsville, Md. 

Randall, Ruth, 1897, 1897-99, Died, 1900. 

Ranlet, Josephine, 1913-15,. . .378 County Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Swift. One daughter. 

Read, Helen Anna, 1901-02, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Reed, Katharine, 1903-05, 5033 Castleman Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. John GilfiUan Frazer. One daughter, one son. 

Reiss, Sylva Lucile, 1914-15, Knox, Ind. 

Reynolds, Elizabeth Kempley, 1910-11, 

611 West 158th Street, New York City. Summer: Holbrook, L. I. 
Instructor in Russian Subjects, Columbia University, Summer, 1915. 

Reynolds, Margaret Anne, 1900-02, Bedford, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Shirley. Clark Hulse. One daughter, one son. 

Rhodes, Luceetia, 1908-09, 83 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Rice, M. Ethelwynne, 1898-99, See page 84. 

Richards, Adeline Mayo, 1890-91, 1894-95, Died, 1914. 

Richards, Theodora Leigh, 1901-03, 1492 Locust Street, Dubuque, la. 

Married, 19iO, Dr. Clyde LeRoy Ellsworth. One daughter, one son. 

Richardson, Elizabeth Had ley, 1911-12, 

5739 Gates Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Richmond, Margaret, 1910-12, Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Riddle, Mary Althea, 1893-94, 5626 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Righter, Jane, 1898, 1898-1901, 1911-12, Mt. Carmel, Pa. 

Student, School of Horticulture for Women, Ambler, Pa., 1915-16. 

RoBBiNS, Anna Cushman, 1891-93, Wethersfield, Conn. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Wilfred Willis Savage. Two sons. 

Roche, Helen Marie, 1903-05, 5729 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Arthur Collson Tobin. One son, two daughters. 

Rochester, Anna, 1897-99,. . .2122 California Street, Washington, D. C. 

Private Secretary to the Chief, Children's Bureau, U. S. Department of Labor, 1915-16. 

Roe, Miriam, 1909-10, 1912-13, . . 1516 North 27th Street, Omaha, Neb. 
RoELKER, Mildred M., 1890-92, 1625 Hobart Street, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Karl Langenbeck. One daughter. 



Former Undergraduate Students 139 

RoGERsoN, Jennie L., 1909-10, East Lowell, Me. 

RoMEYN, Ella Rosalind, 1906-08, 103 East 75th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William Everdell, Jr. One son. 

RosENFELD, Grace Edith, 1906-07, 4900 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Ross, Helen Kunkle, 1890-92, 88 Cold Spring Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1900, Professor Allen Johnson. One son. 

Ross, Josephine, 1906-09, 625 North Duke Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Charles Lichty Miller. One son, one daughter. 

Ross, Margaret Jane, 1899-1902, Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher of German in the George School, George School, Pa., 1915-16. 

RossiTER, Irene, 1900-03, 11 East 68th Street, New York City. 

Rossmassler, Elfrida Anna, 1903-05, 221 Glenn Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

RiTMERY, Marguerite, 1901, 1901-02, 

174 Winchester Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1907, Mr, Charles Jarvis Chapman. Two sons. 

RuNYON, Henrietta Bronston, 1908-09, 1910-11, 

102 West Street, Richmond, Va. 

Married, 1914, Mr. George Herm,on Layne Winfrey. One daughter. 

RuPLi, Theodosia Rosalie, 1890-91, 2534 Hall Place, Washington, D. C. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the Western High School, Washington, 1899-1916. 

RusHMORE, Florence, 1885, North Berwick, Me. 

Married, 1902, Mr. William, T. Hussey. One daughter. 

Russell, Janet Lucretia, 1903-06, 353 West 85th Street, New York City. 

Russell, Sylvia Curry, 1897-98, 221 West 6th Street, Erie, Pa. 

Ryan, Margaret Theresa, 1903-04, Rosemont, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1910-16. 

Sampson, Anne Russell, 1907-09, .. .Yangchow, via Chingkiang, China. 

Teaching in Girls' School, Yangchow, 1915-16. 

Married, 1912, Dr. Richard Vipon Taylor, Jr. One son, one daughter. 

Satterlee, Mildred, 1905-06, Pittsford, N. Y. 

Savage, Willie Bond, 1912-15, 

Care of W. J. Savage, Esq., R. F. D. 3, Alexandria, La. 

ScHAFFNER, Marion, 1905-06, . . . '. 3957 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Special Agent, Children's Bureau, Department of Labor, 1915-16. 

Schamberg, Hermine Rice, 1907-09, 

1919 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 
Married, 1912, Mr. John Howard Sinberg. One daughter. 

Schmauk, Emma Maria, 1899-1900, 22 North 8th Street, Lebanon, Pa. 

Instructor in French, Lebanon Valley College and Head of Froebel Church Kindergarten, 
1914-16. 

Schmidt, Helen, 1904-08, 157 Dithridge Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Teacher of English in St. Mary's High School, Pittsburgh, and Private Tutor, 1914-16. 

Schmidt, Katharine Rieley, 1909-10, 900 South George Street, York, Pa. 
Schmidt, Mary Richardson, 1910-12, 900 South George Street, York, Pa. 

Schneider, Nancy Ross, 1903-05, Summit Hill, Pa. 

Schrader, Elizabeth Wilhelmina, 1903-04, R. R. 5, Prattsburg, N. Y. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Charles Walter Smith. One son. 

Schummers, Margreta Louise, 1899, 

170 Buffalo Avenue, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Ray M. Van Wagnen. 



14:0 Former Undergraduate Students 

ScErBxzK. Maegaeet B., 1902-01, 1378 Madison PaXK, Ciiicago, 111. 

Married, 1911, i£r, Harry Lamar Grant. 

ScEipnxBE, Elsa, 1911-13, 300 Central Park West, Mew York City. 

Begistrar, Placing Chit D^iactment, State Charities Aid Assoaa&m, New Yosric CSty, 
1913-16. 

ScBivEX, Kathebese, 1912-14, 2009 M Street, Washington, D. C. 

ScEUGGS, Mabgaeet, 190^11, 915 Evei^reen Street, Dallas, Tex. 

Maizied, 1912, J/r. Ba'jmond P. Caruth. One son- 

SctTDDEE, Elizabeth Hetvxett, 1912-13, 1915, 

112 WiUow Street, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Married, 1913, lAeatenant Wadleigh Capehart. 

ScxnsDEB, Maete Gbates, 1909-10, 931 JMichigan Avenue, Evanston, IIL 

Married, 1915, Mr. Sherman Charles. 

Seabttrt, Cathaeent; Eeges^a. 1897-98, Resthaven, Mendon, Mass. 

Head of Private School, EestiLaven, Mendon. 1912-16. 

Seal. Haebiette Fell, 1889-91, 

The Delmar-M orris Apartments, A 1.51, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Sealt, Ella, 1897-99, Brookside I>rive, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 190/ , Mr. Emerson Root Ivewdl. One son. one dau^ter. 

Seable, :Mabzl Astoejetxe, 1894, 1894-96, 1897-99, 

3930 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 

Sedgvtick, Elizabeth, 1594—97, 

103 Bellevue Avenue, Upi)er Montclair, N. J. 
Married, 1907. Mr. WiUiam Shaw. 

Seeds, Iola Meble, 1907-09, 

607 West Upsal Street, Gennantown, Philadelphia. 

Student of Music. 1912-16. 

Seug, Alice. 1909-11, 1309 Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Harold R. Harris. One daa^ter. 

Sexigmax, Gladys, 1901-02, 

Hotel St. Regis, >«ew York. Summer: 52 rue de Bassano, Paris. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Henri P. Wertheim van Heukelom. Two dan^ters. 

Seeigman", Rhoda Waltek, 1905-06, 

Care of 11 Broadway, Mew York City. 
Married, 1907, Mr. Frederick Letpieohn. Two dangbteis. 

Selkeegg, Clara Hrnsox, 1896-97, Morth East, Pa. 

Sellebs, ^Iaejobie, 1900-01, 306 Beacom Lane, Merion, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. James Cadicalader Sdlers, Jr. One son, two dau^teis. 

Sexiob, Mart E., 1914—15, . . . .3580 Washington Avenue, CSneinnati, O. 
Student, Barnard College, 1915-16. 

SETiiorB. Helex, 1901. 1901-0.5, Sault Sainte Marie, Mich. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Merlin Wiley. One son. 

Shadbubx, Luctle, 1909-11, Avalon, Ga. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Jones du Bigrton Yoxc. One daughter. 

Shafeb, Grace Alma, 1912, 1912-13, 

5789 Kingsbury Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo. 

^Married, 1914, Mr. Sidney Thome Able. One daughter. 

Shaffer, Wilhelmixa, 1910-11, 3707 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Sharpless, Amy Cope, 1896-98, Haverford. Pa. 

Teacher in the "Westtown Boarding School, Westtown, JPa„ 1915-16. 

Sharpless, Helex, 1894-96, Harerford, Pa. 

Acting Librarian, Haverford College. 1914-16. 



Former Undergraduate Students 141 

Shaw, Caroline Tompkins, 1913-14, . . 63 Thorne Street, Sewickley, Pa. 

Sheldon, Martha, 1908-11, 6315 Walnut Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sheppard, Irene, 1898-99, 229 Harvey Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Sherbert, Helen, 1904-05, . . 1800 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Teaching in Preparatory School, 1912-16. 

Sherman, Annie Hardin, 1913-15, 

7th Street and A Avenue, Coronado, Cal. 
Student, University of California, 1915-16. 

Shipley, Elizabeth Taylor, 1909-11,. . . .Walnut Lane, Haverford, Pa. 
Teacher in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1914-15. 

Shipley, Marguerita, 1906-07, Milford, O. 

Shipley, Mary Mallbt-Prevost, 1910-12, 

Town's End Farm, West Chester, Pa. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Edward Page Allinson. One daughter. 

Shipway, Margaret Estelle, 1912-13, 

310 West 83rd Street, New York City. 

Shloss, Irma Bronette, 1908-10, .... Waterbury Road, Des Moines, la. 

Shoemaker, Anna Peirce, 1887-89,. . .3409 Baring Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1891, Mr. Alfred J. Ferris. 

Sichel, Marie Etta, 1896-97, West End, N. J. 

Married, 1902, Mr, Ernest A. Limburg. Two sons. 

SiESEL, Claudie Frances, 1905-06, 5833 Beacon Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Oscar William Oppenheimer. One daughter, one son. 

Silkman, Eleanor, 1900-04, 311 Pahsade Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Theodore Gilman, Jr. Two daughters. 

Silverman, Irma, 1898-1900, 593 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Lionel Schoenthal. One daughter. 

Simpson, Catharine Mount, 1911-12, 87 Hamilton Place, New York City. 

Secretarial Course, Columbia University, 1913-15. 

Simpson, Florence, 1903-04, Died, 1906. 

SiPPEL, Dorothy, 1912-14, 1708 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Goucher College, 1914-16. 

SissoN, Emma Isabella, 1906-08, Ward-Belmont College, Nashville, Tenn. 
Director of School of Physical Education, Ward-Belmont College, 1914-15. 

Skinner, Mary Elizabeth, 1907-09, 

Neighborhood House, 6710 May Street, Chicago, 111. 

Skinner, Myra Child, 1907-09, 1602 Poplar Street, Lincobi, Neb. 

Small Flora, 1897-99, 54 West 85th Street, New York City. 

Married., 1912, Mr. Hugh John Lofting. One daughter, one son. 

Smartt, Myra Kennedy, 1900, 1900-01, 

510 Fort Wood Place, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Married, 1906, Mr. Paul John Kruesi. Three daughters, one son. 

Smith, Julia Pratt, 1899-1903, 

Care of Elhott and S. Sidney Smith, 59 Wall Street, New York City. 

Smith, Louise Eugenie, 1905-06, 1210 Arm Street, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Cornelius Bushnell Watson. One daughter. 

Smith, Mary Fairbank, 1893-94, Died, 1907. 

Smyth, Adelaide Gertrude, 1897-1900, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Charles Seaton Buell. Two sons. 



142 Former Undergraduate Students 

Smyth, Eleanor A., 1898-99, ... 15 Elmwood Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1887, Professor Herbert Weir Smyth. One son, three daughters. 

Smythe, Helen Goldsborough, 1893-94, 

15 Humboldt Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

SoLis-CoHEN, Emily Elvira, 1905-07, 1525 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Tutor, 1914-16. 

SoLLENBERGER, Maud, 1899-1901, Addrsss unknown. 

SouLE, Judith B., 1908-09,. . .321 East Islay Street, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Winsor Soule. 

Souther, Catherine, 1906-08, R. F. D. 1, Lowell, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Winthrop Parkhurst Buttrick. One son. 
SOUTHERLAND, HARRIET RoDMAN, 1900-02, 

1921 N Street, Washington, D. C. 

SouTHWiCK, Jean Frances, 1908-10, 

31 Pierrepdnt Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SouTHWiCK, Katharine Mason, 1901-03, 

840 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Ernst Gunther Vietor. One son, one daughter. 

SouTHWicK, Lola Josephine, 1906-07, 1621 A Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Married, Mr. Robert Thornburgh Funk. One son. 

Spangler, H. Mary, 1898-99, Mercersburg, Pa. 

Librarian in the High School, Hartford, Conn., 1912-16. 

Spence, Mary Cashman, 1913-15, 

Care of James W. Spence, Esq , 238 Union Street, Rockland, Mass. 

Spencer, Adeline Jones, 1902-04, ... 5 Von Lent Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Charles Henry Curry. Four sons, one daughter. 

Spencer, Harriet Bennett, 1898-1900, 1901-02, 

301 Highland Avenue, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Harry Cook Pierce. 

Sperry, Maude Franklin, 1900-01, 68 WiUiam Street, New York City. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Paul Newel Turner. 

Stearns, Alice Anita, 1907-09, Dayton Avenue, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Weld Merrick Stevens. Two daughters, one son. 

Steel, Margaret Armstrong, 1886-89, 1894-95, 

Care of H. S. Hersman, Gilroy, Cal. Summer: Port Deposit, Md. 

Steele, Esther Clarkson Mayer, 1891-92, Wayne, Pa. 

Director of the Baldwin Lower School, Bryn Mawr, 1913-16. 

Steinbach, Edna Hortense, 1906-07, 

2821 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Marshall Arthur Coyne. One daughter, one son. 

Stephens, Eliza Pullan, 1888-90, 185 Greenwood Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Neil Robert Montgomery. One son, one daughter. 

Stephens, Elizabeth Ballantine, 1893-97, 

364 Palisade Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. William Lapham Saunders. Three sons, two daughters. 

Stephens, Louise Brier, 1889-90, 52 Bellevue Place, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1898, Mr. William Van Doren Wright. 

Stephens, Mary, 1887-90, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Ralph Martin Shaw. One son. 

Stetson, Lydia Almy, 1909-11, 133 Power Street, Providence, R. I. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Francis Hathaway Stone, Jr. 



Foriner Undergraduate Students 143 

Steuart, Lydia Morris, 1913-15, 

Care of Mrs. Arthur Steuart, "Baldoran," Roland Park, Md. 

Student, Johns Hopkins University and in charge of Primary Playground, Bryn Mawr 
School, Baltimore, 1915-16. 

Stevens, Cynthia Jarden, 1908-10, 

206 Ridgewood Road, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Stevens, Mary Picton, 1904-06, Died, 1915. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Ogden H. Hammond. Two daughters, one son. 

Stevenson, Dorothy, 1914-15, Care of Mrs. F. I. Mann, Oilman, 111. 

Stevenson, Eleanor Jane, 1886-87, 

5720 Aylesboro Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Stewart, Berniece, 1903-06, 54 North 21st Street, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Charles Arthur Mackenzie. Two sons. 

Stewart, Frances Morrow, 1906-09, 

2613 Eden Avenue, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1909, Dr. Goodrich Barbour Rhodes. One daughter. 

Stewart, Helen, 1898-1901, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, The Rev. Edwin Huyler. One daughter (f 1915). 

Stirling, Margaret Yates, 1895-96, 828 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1912, Mr. J. Pembroke Thorn. 

Stites, Helen Chenoweth, 1897-98, 1899, 

Care of John O. Gill & Co., 85 Central Avenue, Panama, R. P. 

Married, 1906, Dr. John Glanville Gill. Two daughters, one son. 

Stix, Helen, 1910-12, 5123 Waterman Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Washington University, 1912-16. 

Stokley, Dorothy Stulb, 1912-15, 

Care of James Stokley, Esq., 4531 Osage Avenue, West Philadelphia. 

Stone, Kitty Louise, 1902-04, 

403 North Michigan Avenue, Saginaw West, Mich. 

Married, 1910, Mr. George Grant, Jr. Three daughters, one son. 

Storer, Emily Lyman, 1906-08, 222 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1912-16. 

Storrs, Janet, 1905-06, 640 Monroe Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Stout, Katharine Houghton, 1909-12, 4847 Elhs Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Stratton, Alice, 1908-10, University Hospital, Philadelphia. 

Pupil Nurse in the University Hospital, 1914-16. 

Straus, Sara, 1895-97, 16 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Alfred Fabian Hess. Two daughters, one son. 

Strayer, Olive, 1911-12, R. F. D. 2, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Strong, Anna Louise, 1903-04, 508 Garfield Street, Seattle, Wash. 

Exhibit Expert, U. S. Children's Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1914-15. 

Strong, Miriam, 1898-1900, 1325 Woodrow Avenue, Wichita, Kan. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Harry Stinson Sladen. One son. 

Strong, Ruth, 1899-1901, 1902, 1902-03, 

255 East 105th Street, Cleveland, O. 

Married, 1905, Mr. S. Sterling McMillin (f 1913). Two sons, one daughter. 

Stuart, Adelina Allyn, 1904, 1904-06, 1910-12, Corsicana, Tex. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1913-16. 

Stubbs, Claribel, 1893-98, Merion, Pa. 

School Garden Principal under the Philadelphia Board of Education, Summers, 1909-11, 
1913-15; Winters, Private Tutor and Magazine Subscription Agent. 



144 Former Undergraduate Students 

StttddifoeD; Ja^tnxtta Goedox, 1895-96, 

374 West 116th Street, Xew York City. 

Sturdevaxt, Fea^tces Eloisz, 189S-1900, Cragsmoor, N. Y. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Robin Dale Compton. Two daughters, one son. 
SxtTRGIS, IMaEY BOWIJER VATTTrEK, 1902-03, 

7 IMoiitgoinerj^ Avenue, Xarberth, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Mr. John Henry Poorman. One son, one daughter. 

SucKLEY, Maegaeet Ltxch, 1912-14, Rhinebeck, X. Y. 

SrssiiAX, Alice, 1903-04, 2211 WashiBgton Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Walter Arnsiein. Two sons, one daughter. 

SuzTKi, L'ta, 190^r-06, 12 Takagi-cho, Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan. 

Teacher in the Peeresses' School, Tokyo, Japan, 1908-16. 

SwAX, Eliz.abeth, 1910-12, 1654 West Beach, Biloxi, ]\Iiss. 

Stvaxzt, Xora Hastixgs, 1909-11, 

Care of Francis ]M. Swanzy, Esq., Honolulu, H. I. 

Sweet, Ethelwtx, 1903-07, 21 South Union Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Married, 1912, Mr. George Irving Quimby. One son, one daughter. 

Swift, Axxa VArcHAX, 1887-89, Sedgelj', INIarshallton, Del. 

^Married, 1894, Mr. Charles G. Rupert. Three daughters, one son. 

S"tt"iFT, Frances Dorr, 1891-93, . . 1500 Rodney Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Teacher of French in Private Classes, 1915-16. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Henry Lea Tatnall. Three sons (one t 1914), sis daughters. 

SwixBELL, Sue Oexd, 1900-02, 1 Ivenmar Road, Menands, Albany, X. Y. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Claude Carlyle Kuckols. Three sons, two daughters. 

Taber, Mart Hathawat, 1911-14, 120 Convent Avenue, Xew York City. 
Taxner, RrTH Frances, 1907-09,. . .The Parkwood, Washington, D. C. 
Tappax, Maejorie, 1911-14, Eighwood, Englewood, X. J. 

Student, Cornell Lniversity, 1915-16. 

Tati,or, Bertha Anxa, 1892-93, Sewicklej^, Pa. 

Tateor, Elizabeth Willis, 1907-09, 31 West 11th Street, New York City, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 1915—16. 
Married, 1913, JLfr. John Francis Russell. Jr. 

Tatlor, Irene, 1912-13, 4504 Wahiut Street, Philadelphia. 

Taylor, ISlAiaox Satterthwaite, 1890-92, 

224 Thorn Street, Sewicklej-, Pa. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Charles A. Woods. One daughter, two sons. 

Taylor, Mary Warrex, 1905-07, .Yarrow East, Br\Ti ]Mawr, Pa. 

Secretary to the Director of GjTnnastics and Athletics, Brj-n Mawr College, 1909—16. 

Taylor, Rachel, 1913-15, 366 Oxford Street, Rochester, X. Y. 

Thackrat, M.iRGARET, 1909, 1909-10, 1911-12, 

Care of Lieutenant PhUip Van Horn Weems, U. S. Xav^-, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

^Married, 1915, Lieutenant Philip Van Horn Weems. 

Thayer, Dorothy, 1907-09, Xew Canaan, Conn. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Floyd Clarke Xoble. One daughter. 

Thomas, Ethel Mariax, 1908-12, 

5120 Iveyser Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Stenographer, 1915-16. 

Thomas, Maby Grace, 1885-87 29 East 77th Street, Xew York City. 

Supervisor of Field Work, New York School of Philanthropy, 1908-16. 
Married, 1887, Mr. Thomas K. Worthington. Two sons, one daughter (f 1912). 



Former Undergraduate Shidents 145 

Thompson, Agnes May, 1903-04, 

1134 Quinnipiac Avenue, New Haven, Conn. 

Stenographer and Secretary, Yale University, 1912-15. 

Thompson, Clara Belle, 1909-11, 

1309 South Main Street, Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Principal of the High School, Middlesboro, Ky., 1914-16. 

Thompson, Frances Noe, 1912-13, Stoneleigh, Paxtang, Pa. 

Thompson, Genevieve, 1903-05, ... 69 North 23rd Street, Portland, Ore. 
Thompson, Julia, 1906-08, Seven Cedars, Lake Forest, 111. 

Painting, 1915-16. 

Thompson, Sarah Kezia, 1896-97, 

213 East Wheeling Street, Washington, Pa. 

Thomson, Annis Eveleen, 1912-15,. . .Lowerre Summit, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Technician, George Crocker Building for Cancer Research, Columbia University, 1915-16. 

Throop, Susan Everett, 1890-1901, 

62 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dean of Women, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt., 1913-14. 

Tinges, Anita, 1910-11,. . . .233 West Lafayette Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher in the Page Primary School, Baltimore, 1914-16. 

ToMKJNS, Mary Jeannette Keney, 1911-12, 

1904 Wahiut Street, Philadelphia. 

ToMLiNSON, Joy, 1909-11, 

Cor. 64th Street and Church Road, Overbrook, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Hugh McQuillen Carter. One daughter. 

TowLE, Sarah Isabel, 1897-1900, 

Antofagasta, Chile, S. A. Permanent, care of Miss Mary Rutter 
Towle, 1 Broadway, New York City. 

Painter, 1908-15. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Irving Clark Moller. 

TowNSEND, Elizabeth Pap.ker, 1902-04, 

252 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Dr. James Rockwell Torbert. One daughter. 

Trask, Lillia M. D., 1891-93, . .302 West 92nd Street, New York City. 
Librarian, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York City, 1911-16. 

Trowbridge, Janette, 1899-1900, 

63 Groton Street, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. Summer: Eastford, Conn. 

Physical Director, Manhattan Trade School for Girls, New York City, 1907-16. 

Trowbridge, Katharine, 1912-13, Hodge Road, Princeton, N. J. 

Trueman, Mary Emmoline, 1901-04, 

47 High Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Volunteer Y. W. C. A. and Church Worker, 1912-16. 

TsuDA, Ume, 1889-92, 16 Goban Cho, Tokyo, Japan. 

Principal of the Women's English School, Tokyo, 1900-16. 

Tudor, Mary, 1903-04, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Roland Gray. Three sons, one daughter. 

Turner, Anna Brown, 1914-15, 6435 Woodbine Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Turner, Dorothy, 1912-14, Overbrook, Philadelphia. 

Tyler, Eleanor Justis, 1895-97, 1303 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Tyler, Mary Graham, 1903-04, 3638 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Tyson, Evelyn Bayly, 1910-11, 180 Evanson Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Herrick Faber Kidder. One son. 



146 Former Undergraduate StvAerds 

Tysox, M-\ejorie Idalexe, 1911-14, 

Railroad Avenue and Walnut Lane. Haverford, Pa. 

Ulmer, Eldoea Estelle, 1913-14, 

1317 :Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Mt. Lewis Webster Conrad. One daughter. 

UxDERHiLL, Maky Rebecca, 1901-03, 

1350 Tamalpais Pioad, Berkelej-, Cal. 

Underbill, Pturn, 1892-93, Bedford Hills, X. Y. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Harold Tredway White. Three sons (one f 1907;, one daughter. 

Uppeemax, Evelyx Beatpjcce, 1900-01, Address unknown. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Ralph E. T. Binz. Two daughters, one son (j 1907). 

Utley, Elizabeth Mixeeva, 1900, 1900-01, 1902-03, 

1063 West 4th Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr, Isaac Biddle Thomas. One daughter, one son. 

Vail, Alice, 1894-97, 

Care of Miss Lydia C. Vail, 411 Kensington Place, Pasadena, Cal. 

Married, 1S97, Mr. Walter Vail Holloway. One son, one daughter. 

Vaille, Haeeiet Wolcott, 1898-1900, 

1401 Franklin Street, Denver, Colo. 

Vallely, Eleanor, 1904r-05, 2923 3<i Kenwood Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Conail J. O'Connell. 

Vax Dyke, Xancy Duncan, 1910-12, 

118 Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Van Hise, Maey Janet, 1905-07, . . . 772 Langdon Street, Madison, Wis. 

Instructor in Sociologj-, Margaret Morison Carnegie School, Carnegie Institute of Tech- 
nologj-, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1912-14. 

Vax Hoex, OLm: Osteandee, 1907-08, 150 Dana Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Van Xordex, Emma Philip.s, 1S89-90, Died, 1906. 

VArcLAix, AxxE, 1903-06, Rosemont, Pa. 

Vexx-ee, Geeteitde Amy, 1908-09, 306 West 75th Street, Xew York City. 
Veenon, Ethel, 1909-10, 1210 West 10th Street, Wilmington. Del. 

Teacher in Public Schools, 'WiLmington, 1914—15. 

ViCEEES, Lillian, 1899-1902, Died, 1901. 

Vickery, Margaret, 1905-07, 263 Beacon Street, Bcston. Mass. 

ViCKEEY, Ruth Peekins, 1907-08, Alderbrook Ranch, Femdale. Wash. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Bradford Buttrick Holmes. One son, two daughters. 

Vilas, Margaret, 1904r-06, 109 West Washington Avenue, ^Madison, Wis. 
VoLLiJER, Gexe-\-ie\-e, 1900, 1900-01, Lewiston. Ida. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Bonner. One datight«r. 

Waddixgtox, ]Mart Elizabeth, 1893-94, 

126 East 24th Street, Xew York City. 

Wagxer, Axxie de BEXXE^^XLE, 1888-90, 

330 Hansburj- Street, G^rmantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Franklin C. Dickey. Two daughters, one son. 

Wagxer, Emilie Obrie, 1912-14,. . .410 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Student, School of Industrial Art, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Wagner, Louise Dorothy, 1913-14, 

1532 Xorth Dearborn Parkway, Chicago, 111. 

Student of Mediciue, University of Chicago, 1914-16. 



Former Undergraduate Students 147 

Wahl, Margaret Lydia, 1913-14,. . . .609 Lake Drive, Milwaukee, Wis. 

University of Wisconsin, 1911-12, 1914-16. 

Waldron, Helen Stockton, 1902-03, 

6811 Constance Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Clifford Giddings Wells. One daughter. t 

Walker, Harriet Warner, 1909-10, 392 La Salle Avenue, Chicago, HI. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Paul Welling. 

Wallace, Lurena Groesbeck, 1904-06, 

4244 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Waller, Ruby Leora, 1910-13, Died, 1913. 

Walton, Caroline Emma, 1911-12, Hummelstown, Pa. 

Walton, Edith Thompson, 1904, 1904-05, Bala, Pa. 

Stenographer, 1912-16. 

Walton, Lillie Sophia, 1910-11, Hummelstown, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Robert Thomas Fox. 

Ward, Dorothy de Fermain, 1913-15, 

Care of Mrs. Louise Ward, care of Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co., Wall 
Street, New York City. 

Wardwell, Alice Dox, 1903-04, 150 East 72nd Street, New York Cit}\ 

Married, 1914, Mr. Harold Otis. 

Wardwell, Florence, 1894-95, 53 East 77th Street, New York City. 

Warkentin, Edna Wella, 1896-98, 

723 North 9th Street, Kansas City, Kan. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Maurice L. Alden. Two sons. 

Warner, Cassandra Updegraff, 1910-11, 

Public Library, Kansas City, Mo. 

Warner, Margaret Douglass, 1908-10, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 1910, Professor Donald Pritchard Smith. One daughter. 

Warren, Louise Bronson, 1894-96, 

2354 North Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Warren, Marion Parsons, 1903-05, 1018 North State Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Sanger Bright Steel. 

Warrin, Martha de Raismes, 1909-10, 

Care of Ensign H. M. Branham, Navy Department, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1911, Ensign Hugh McCulloh Branham. 

Watkins, Eleanor Merriken, 1892-94, 

194 Twentieth Avenue, San Rafael, Cal. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Joseph Mason Reeves. One daughter (f 1907), two sons. 

Watson, Geraldine Eggleston, 1905-08, 

Bellevue Hospital, East 26th Street, New York City. 

Interne in the Bellevus Hospital, 1914-16. 

Weadley, Lidie Babb, 1903-07, Strafford, Pa. 

Tutor, 1907-16. 

Weaver, Marguerite Elizabeth, 1903-06, 

251 Harvey Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Webb, Elizabeth, 1911-13, Springfield, O. 

Wehle, Fannie Brandeis, 1896-98, 

146 Claes de Vrieselaan, Rotterdam, Holland. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Karel H. de Haas. 

Weld, Eloise Minot, 1897-99, Died, 1908. 



148 Forraer Undergraduate Studenis 

VTeldix, Grace TrssET, 1901-03, •'Cedarcliile/''" TVilniington, Del. 

Wells. Agxes EE!>.nxiA,, 1901-02,. . .504 East 2nd Street, Duluth, Minn. 

Head of Department of ^lathematics in the Central High School, Duluth, 1912-15. 

Wells, Alice Maet, 1902-0.3, 72.3 Pine Street, PMadelpMa. 

Teacher in the James Campbell School, Philadelphia, 1907-16. 

Wells, Eleaxoe, 1910-12, 

155 East Walnut Lane, Germantown, PkQadelpliia. 

Welsh, Eloeexce Mat, 1909-10, 265 West Slst Street, Xew York City. 

ilanied, 1912, Afr. George Angus Douglass. One son. 

West, Ajn^a Eetixa, 1891-95, . AV],-nnewood, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. W. Nelson L. West. Ttvo daughters, one som 

Westhkeuee, Charlotte, 1912-14, 

3557 Rosedale Place, Avondale, Cincinnati, 0. 
Umversity of Cincinnati, 1914r-16. 

Wheeler, Ada Maeia, 1897-98, Belfast Road, Camden, ]Me. 

Farming, 1904-16. ilember of American Farmers' School, Minneapolis, 1912-16. 

Wheelee, Mat L., 1900-01, Died, 1915. 

Married, Professor Arthur Leslie Wheeler. One daughter. 

Wheelee, Winifeed Fat, 189-3-94, Died, 1896. 

Whitall, Margaeet Coopee, 1S8.5-88, Died, 1892. 

Whitall, Maegaeet :\Iilla^-, 1902, 1902-05, Died, 1907. 

White, Eva Geote, 1S99-1901 Sidnev, 0. 

Married, 190-5, Mr. Ralph Cohsell Kah.' 

White, Ltmu Johxsox, 1S99-1900, Died, 1899. 

White, Margaret, 1901-02, 11 Highland Street. Cambridge, Mass. 

Landscape Architect, Firm of FenoUosa, White and Shufeldt, 1909-16. 

Whttxet, in, EiULT Fraxcis, 190.5-07, U. S. Embassy, Vienna, Austria. 

Married, 1911, Captain AUan Lindsay Briggs. One daughter. 

Whitn-et, Rttth Botvmax, 1899-1901, Atherton Street, Readville, Mass. 

Anti-Stiffrage Worker, 1914-16. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Herbert Lyman. One daughter. 

Whittredge, ErPHEinA.. 189-3-94, . .4 West 40tli Street, Xew York Cit}-. 

Partner in the Firm of Misses Whittredge and Barrows, Interior Decorators, New York 
City, 1901-16. 

Weexer, Edith. 1910-11, 860 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Wight, Doeotht Talbot, 1903-06, . . 75 Gates Avenue, IMontclair, X. J. 

Wilder, Laxtra, 1906-07, Avon Farm, Chilesburg, Kj'. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Laurance Simpson. 

WiLLARD, Marie Loetse, 1914-15, . . . 129S4 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, O. 

Married, 1915, Afr. Harlan Harris KeweU. 

Wellett, Josephixe Lape, 189-3-94, Address unknown. 

Married, 1906, JLfr. Julian Badiati-Zonca. 

Williams, Alice Amelia, 1896-99, 

Casadobe, 1120 Garretson Avenue, Corona, CaL 

Williams, Sophia Wells, 1893-94. Bronxvllle, X. Y. 

Proprietor of Tea Pvoom and Gift Shop, 1911-16. 

WILLI.AU50X, 'SIab.y Pe.abodt, 1S99-1901, 

6407 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, O. 

WiLLiTS, Esther Evaxs, 1894-96, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Arthur Henry Thomas. Three daughters (one t 1908), one son (one 
t 1911). 



Former Undergraduate Students 149 

WiLLiTS, Virginia White, 1898-99, 

Care of Brigade Quartermaster, U. S. M. C, Manila, P. I. 

Married, 1907, Major Norman Gilbert Burton. Two sons. 

Wilson, Catharine Victoria, 1899-1902, 

410 West 2nd Street, Lexington, Ky. 
Reader and Director of Plays, 1902-16. 
Married, 1908, Professor Lloyd Cadie Daniels. 

Wilson, Eleanora Stansbxjry, 1913-14, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Wilson, Genevieve, 1906-09, 

408 White Horse Pike, West Collingswood, N. J. 
Teacher in Public Schools, Philadelphia, 1911-16. 

Wilson, Helen Anderson, 1909-11, 

The Rectory, Warwick P. O., Chester County, Pa. 

Married, 1914, The Rev. Caleb Cresson, Jr. One son. 

Wilson, Margaret Adelaide, 1897-1900, 

524 East 24th Street N., Portland, Ore. 

Winchester, Evelyn Lee, 1903-05,. . .731 Addison Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. James Edward Montgomery. 

Wing, Marie Remington, 1903-04, 1905-07, 

Bryn Mawr Club, 137 East 40th Street, New York City. 
General Secretary, West Side Branch, Y. W. C. A., 1916. 

WiNSLOW, Ellen Augusta, 1887-89, 

100 Monmouth Street, Springfield, Mass. 
Assistant in Mathematics in the Central High School, Springfield, Mass., 1896-16. 

WiNSOR, Mary, 1902-05, 1907-08, Haverford, Pa. 

Suffrage Worker, 1910-16. 

WiNSOR, 2nd, Mary Pickard, 1914-15, 

Care of Robert Winsor, Esq., Chestnut Farm, Weston, Mass. 

Winterbotham, Genevieve F., 1900-01, 1902, 1902-03, 

Bishop, Inyo County, Cal. 
Manager of Ranch, 1912-15. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Frank Roger Mowrer. One daughter. 

WiscHAN, Pauline, 1904, 1904-05, 

444 East Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Married, 1908, Mr. William C. Schwebel (f 1915). 

Witherbee, Frances Stuart, 1912-13, 

155 Temple Street, West Newton, Mass. 

Witherspoon, Pauline, 1901-03, 243 East Walnut Street, Louisville, Ky. 
Director, Board of Children's Guardians, 1915t16. 

Wolcott, Laura, 1894, 1894-95, Address unknowTi. 

Wolf, Blanche, 1904-06, 1517 North 16th Street, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1910-16. 
Married, 1910, Mr. Isidore Kohn. One son. 

Wolf, Elizabeth Pauline, 1911-12, 

1901 North Meridian Street, IndianapoUs, Ind. 

Wolf, May Violet, 1893-95, 1884 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C. 

Painter, 1914-16. 

Wolff, Helene Gertrude, 1912-13, 103 South 36th Street, Philadelphia. 
Wellesley College, 1913-16. 

Wood, Florence, 1907-10, 71 Arhngton Place, Macon, Ga. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Herring Winship. 

Woodin, Mary Louise, 1910-12, 127 East 69th Street, New York City. 



150 Former Undergraduate Students 

Woods, Hope, 1900-03, Locust Farm, South Lincoln, Mass. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Merrill Hunt. One son. 

Wright, Elizabeth, 1913-14, 490 Riverside Drive, Xew York Cit5\ 

Barnard College, 1914-16. 

Wright, Elizabeth, 1903-07, Fort Washington, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Arthur Claassen. 

Wright, Juliet Schell, 1911-12,. . .116 East Perm Street, Bedford, Pa. 

WUPPERMANN, ZOYLA GOMEZ, 1900, 1900-01, 

19 Elmwood Park. Xewtonville, Mass. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Clarence N. Cook. One son (f 1913). 

Wyatt, Edith Franklin, 1892-94, ... .4632 Sheridan Road, Chicago, III. 

Writer, 1900-16. 

Wye, Theodora Ethel, 1901, 1901-03, 

Teachers' College, Columbia Universitj^, New York City. 

Wyman, Florence Julien, 1907-08,. . . .Ridge Street, Portchester, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Roswell Chester Tripp. One daughter. 

Yardley, Anna Hall, 1890-95, 210 South Wakiut Street, MiHord, Del. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Charles Gibbons Prettyman. One daughter, four sons. 

Yardley, Clara Margaretta, 1894-97, 

38 Vreeland Avenue, Nutley, N. J. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Ernest Pulsford. 

Yardley, Virginia Greer,. 1897-99, . .68 East 77th Street, New York City. 
Yeatts, May Day, 1898-1900, St. Davids, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Charles Henry Howson. Five sons, two daughters. 

Young, Anne Whittemore, 190.3-05, 

8807 Seventeenth Avenue, Bath Beach, Brookh'n, N. Y. 

Young, Louise Steele, 1890-94, 

8718 Seminole Avenue, Chestnut HiU, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Alfred S. Weill. One daughter. 

Zabriskie, Zayda Justine, 1909-10, 204 HiUside Avenue, Piedmont, Cal. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Frank Henry Buck, Jr. Two sons, one daughter. 

Ziegler, Hattie Florence, 1899-1900, 

211 Tenth Avenue, Charlotte, N. C. 

Departmental Clerk, Post Office, Charlotte, 1910-16; on leave of absence, 1915-16. 

ZiESiNG, Gertrude Lenore, 1909-12, 5100 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Lane Stout. 

Zimmerman, Sally Alma, 1912-13, Somerset, Pa. 



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Associate Members of the Alumnce Association. 



Allen, Jbannettb, 112 

Allinson, Gertrude, 112 

Allport, Caroline Elizabeth 112 

Ames, Edith, 112 

Anderson, Eleanor Milbank 112 

Arnold, Frances 112 

Arny, Helen Worman 112 

Bailey, Emma Doll 113 

Baird, Alice Russell 113 

Baird, Cora 113 

Ballin, Marie Henrietta 113 

Bartlett, Laura Alice, 114 

Beggs, Ethel May 1 14 

Bbrnheim, Helen 114 

Bird, Emily Maltby 85 

BissELL, Marguerite, 114 

BouDE, Mary Scott Clendbnin, . . . 115 

Brady, Josephine Edith 115 

Bright, Josephine, 115 

Bright, Mary DeHavbn, 115 

Brooks, Frances Annette, 115 

Brown, Helen Davenport 116 

Brown, Jane Mesick 116 

Brown, Margaret Eaton 116 

Brownback, Emily Yocum 116 

Browne, Norvellb Whaley 116 

Bruerb, Emmie Cornelia 116 

BuRACKER, Kathleen, 116 

Burchinal, Mary Cacy 86 

Buzby, Anne Knox, 117 

Cadbury, Caroline Warder 117 

Cadbury, Elizabeth Babtram 117 

Cadbury, Helen 117 

Calder, Helen Remington, 117 

Carey, Josephine G., 117 

Carroll, Marie Josephine 87 

Case, Mary Cushing, 117 

Chambers, Agnes, 117 

Chambers, Margaret Ferguson,... 117 

Chase, Lucy Edith 118 

Cheney, Marjory 118 

Clarke, Grace Tileston, 118 

Coles, Therese Pauline, 118 

Colter, Helen Margaret 118 

Crawford, Athalia Lucilla 1 19 

CuLiN, Myra Barrett, 120 

Curtis, Katharine Robinson 120 

Daddow, Virginia, 120 

Davidson, Julia Quinta, 120 

Davis, Esther, 89 

Dean, Anna Elliott 120 

Downing, Julia Charlotte 120 

Dudley, Margaret 121 

Dulles, Margaret Josephine, 121 

Dunn, Helen Prentiss 121 



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Eberman, Ella 121 

Edwards, Elizabeth Mary 91 

Ely, Gertrude Sumner, 121 

Emerson, Helena Titus 121 

Erbsloh, Gertrud Fanny Adeline, 121 

Evans, Adelaide Rebecca 122 

Evans, Helen Ludington 122 

Fish, Margaret Allina 122 

FisK, Evelyn Louise, 122 

Fleischmann, Helen 122 

Floebsheim, Edna W., 122 

Ford, Lucia Osborne 123 

Foster, Violet Bacon, 123 

FouLKE, Rebecca Mulford 123 

Franklin, Marjorie Lorne, 92 

Frederick, Miriam 123 

Galabert, Juliette Michel 92 

Gano, Katharine Vallbtte 123 

Gerstbnbbrg, Alice 124 

GoLDMARK, Susan 124 

Gordon, Grace Rix 124 

Graham, Bessie, 124 

Green, Phyllis 124 

Guckenhbimer, Adele, 124 

Haines, Lydia Rapelye 125 

Hallowell, Behtinia 125 

Harben, Clarissa 125 

Heike, Louise Ottilib 126 

Hellings, Eleanor Louise, 126 

Heulings, Alice 126 

Higginson, Elizabeth Bethune, . . . 126 

Hill, Anna Mary 126 

HiNDE, Helen Harper, 126 

Hires, Linda Smith 126 

HOFFHEIMER, EdITH S., 126 

Holland, Mary Elizabeth, 126 

HoLMAN, Helen 126 

HoLMAN, Josephine Bowbn, 127 

Holt, Evelyn 127 

Hopkins, Elizabeth, 127 

Horner, Jane Elizabeth 127 

Houghteling, Harriot Peabody,... 127 

Howland, Alice Gulielma, 127 

Hudson, Hilda Phoebe 96 

Hunter, Mary Jo., 96 

James, Margaret Mary, 128 

Janney, Elizabeth Brinton, 128 

Jones, Marguerite Allston, 129 

Justice, Hilda, . 129 

Kershaw, Karie Kay 129 

Ketchum, Florence 88 

KiLPATRicK, Ellen Perkins 129 

King, Florence, 129 

King, Rachel Estelle Albright,.. 129 

KiNGSBACHER, ErMA 130 



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KiNGSBACHER, GeRTRTJDE 130 

KoHN, ELsrE, ! 130 

Langdon, Julia OLrvLi, 130 

Langenbeck, Clara, 71 

Lawther, Mart Roberts, 130 

Lehman, Lois Partridge 131 

Levering, Margabetta 131 

Lewis, Ella Beasten 131 

Lewis, Louise 131 

Linn, Mabt Hunter 131 

LippoLDT, Genevieve, 98 

Lit, Juliet Ephraim 131 

LoiNES, Hilda, 131 

Loweet, Elsie Elizabeth 131 

Lynch, Gertrude Mason 131 

Macfadzean, Agnes Murbat 99 

Maltbt, Olive Douglas, 132 - 

Marsh, Cora Adriana 132 

Martin, Frances de Forest 132 

Maurice, Emily Marshall 133 

McCoRMicK, Cabolinb 133 

McCoRMiCK, Eleanor Habrtman, . . 133 

McKee, Helen 133 

McKeen, Anna Lewis 133 

McKelvey, Mary Alice, 133 

McLane, Hazel Ellen, 133 

Meter, Else 134 

MiDDENDORF, KaTHAEINE LOUISE 

Ievin 134 

Mifflin, Elizabeth Hornli 134 

Miller, Jessie Imbrie 134 

Mitchell, Bbulah Margaret 134 

Montenegro, Carlota, 135 

Moody, Mary Grace 135 

Morse, Kate Niles 71 

Morton, Ch-vblotte 135 

Myees, Mabt Calvert 135 

Nagel, Caroline Louise 135 

Nash, Carolyn Ryan 135 

Nathan, Stella, 135 

Newton, Carolina Edelheim 136 

Niles, Lauea 136 

Phillips, Anna Tuckee 137 

Peay, Gladys, 137 

Peeston, Margaret Wickllffe 137 

Putnam, Corinna Haven 138 

Ramsey, Emily Yocum, 138 

Read, Helen Anna 138 

Richardson, Elizabeth Hadley, . . . 138 

Righter, Jane 138 

Roche, Helen Mabie, 138 

Rochester, Anna 138 

Ross, Josephine 139 

Rossmassler, Elfrida Anna 139 

Russell, Janet Lucretia 139 

Ryan, Mabgaret Theresa, 139 

Satterlee, Mildred, 139 

Schamberg, Hermine Rice, 139 



PAGB 

Schmidt, Helen 139 

ScHRADER, Elizabeth Wilhelmina, . 139 

Scruggs, Margaret 140 

Sedgwick, Elizabeth 140 

Seeds, Iola Merle 140 

Seligman, Gladys, 140 

Seymoub, Helen 140 

Sheppard, Irene 141 

Shipley, Elizabeth Taylor 141 

Shipley, May Mallet-Prevost 141 

Shloss, Irma Bbonette 141 

Shoemakeb, Anna Peirce, 141 

SiLKMAN, ElEANOE 141 

Simpson, Cathabine Mount, 141 

Smith, Jullv Pratt 141 

Smyth, Adelaide Gertrude 141 

Souther, Catharine 142 

Southerland, Harriet Rodman, . . . 142 

Sperry, Maud Franklin 142 

Steel, Margaret Abmsteong, 142 

Steele, Estheb Clabkson Mayee, . 142 

Stephens, Eliza Pullan 142 

Stetson, Lydia Almy 142 

Stevens. Maby Picton 143 

Stevenson, Eleanoe Jane, 143 

Stone, Kitty Louise 143 

Stoeeb, Emily Lyman, 143 

Stbong, Ruth 143 

Stubbs, Clabibel 143 

Stubdevant, Feances Eloise, 144 

Sweet, Ethelwyn 144 

Swift, Anna Vaughan, 144 

Swintjell, Susie Ould, 144 

Tanner, Ruth Frances, 144 

Taylor, Elizabeth Willis 144 

Taylor, Marion Satterthwaite, . . . 144 

Thackrat, Margabet 144 

Thayeb, Doeothy, 144 

Thompson, Feances D'Abcy 82 

Thompson, Genevieve 145 

Tbask, Lillia M. D 145 

Teewett, Lily Feances 82 

Teitipoe, Veea 110 

TsuDA, Um^ 145 

TuDOE, Maby 145 

Tyler, Eleanor Justis 145 

Ttson, Eveltn Batlt 145 

Ttson, Marjorle Idalene 146 

Utlet, Elizabeth Minerva, 146 

Vallei.t, Eleanor, 146 

Vickeet, Mabgabet, 146 

VicKEET, Ruth Perkins 146 

Wagner, Annie de Benneville, . . . 146 

Walton, Lillie Sophia, 147 

Warkentin, Edna Wella, 147 

Warner, Mabgabet Douglas 147 

Waeben, Louise Bronson 147 

Weeks, Eula Adeline 82 



Associate Alumnoe 



153 



Wells, Agnes Ebminia, 

West, Anna Ervina 

Wheeler, Ada Maria 

Whitnet, III., Emily Francis, 

Whittredge, Euphemta 

Wight, Dorothy Talbot, 

Williams, Alice Amelia 

Williamson, Mary Peabody, . . 
WiLLiTS, Esther Evans, 



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48 Wilson, Helen Anderson, 149 

48 Winchester, Evelyn Lee 149 

48 Winterbotham, Genevieve F., 149 

48 Wolf, Blanche , 149 

48 Wood, Florence 149 

48 Woods, Hope 150 

48 Wright, Juliet Schell 150 

48 wuppermann, zoyla gomez 150 

48 Yeatts, May Day, 150 



154 Married Names 



Married Names of AJumnre and Former Students. 

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Abbott, Mbs. FEAXKLrs- (Vauclain, Marj-; 65 

Able, Mrs. Sidxet Thornt: (Shafer, Grace Alma), 140 

AcKEBMANX, Mes. Fhederick Thomas (Brooks, Frances Annette) 115 

Adams, Mrs. Charles Lawrexce (Greely, Adola) 33 

Aldex, Mrs. Maiteice L. (Warkentin, Edna Wella) 147 

Aldrich, Mrs. Talbot (Little, Eleanor LoveU), 44 

Axexaxder, Mrs. Jitliax (HiU, Virginia Greer) 36 

AxLEX, Mrs. William W., Jr. (Blair, Annie King), 85 

Allixsox, Mrs. Edtvard Page (Shipley, Mary MaUet-Prevost) 141 

Allixsox, Mes. Feaxcis Geeexleaf (Emery, Anne Crosby), 5 

Allxctt, Mrs. Severx PiOBEBT (Crosby, Phoebe Sinclair), 25 

Amram, -Mes. David TVerxeb (Brylawski, Beulah) 116 

AxDEEsox, Mrs. Clifford Spexce (Green, Phyllis) 124 

AxDERsox, Mrs. Lewis Albert (L'rdahl, Margerethe) 7 

As-DEEws, Mrs. Bob (Hoj-t, Emily Martha) 127 

AxDREvrs, Mrs. Charles McLeax (Walker, Evangeline Holcombe) 65 

AxDRETvs, !Mbs. Ethax Allex (Foulke, Gwendolen), 124 

Ax-DEEWS, Mrs. (Allen, Jeannette), 112 

Axgel, Mrs. Johx (Seymour, Elizabeth Day) 11 

AxGELL, Mrs. Erxest (Sergeant, Katharine) 58 

Axgell, :Mrs. Joseph Warxer (Jeffries, Helen Howard), 96 

AxxAX, Mrs. Robeedeau (Green, Anna Bright J 33 

Abmfield, Mes. Feax-k (Armfield, Lucille) 83 

Aexold, Mrs. Hexrt Xewtox (Blum, Sophia) 114 

Abxsteix, Mrs. Walteb (Sussman, Alice) 144 

AsHBEOOK, Mrs. William Sixclaxr (Janney, Mildred) 128 

Atres, Mrs. T. Willaed (Wood, Mary), 68 

Babb, Mrs. Bexjamix F. (WTiite, Deborah Bertha) Ill 

Babsox, Mrs. Stdxet Gorham f Campbell, Grace Bowditch) 20 

B.YDiATE-ZoxcA, Mrs. Juxiax fWUlett, Josephine Lape) 148 

Baker, Mrs. Charles Adkixs (Johnston, Marie Louise) 128 

Baker, Mrs. J. Hexrt (TuU Louise) 110 

Baker, Mrs. Marcus (Strong, Marion L'na) 108 

Bakewell, Mrs. Charles Moxtagui: (Palmer, Madeline), 51 

Baldwix, Mrs. Allex T. (Smitheman, Helen Pugh) 60 

Baldwix, Mrs. Geobge Hull (Brj-an, Henrietta King) 116 

Ballagh, Mrs. James Curtis (Jackson, Josephine) 128 

Ballard, Mrs. Feedeeick Watxe (Todhunter, Bessie C.) 109 

Ballard, Mrs. Thomas P. (Keay, Frances Anne) 40 

Ballixger, Mrs. Lees (Matless, Alice) 133 

Balmee, r^lES. JtTLirs Peatt (Congdon, Louise), 23 

Bambeegee, Mrs. Albert J. (Floersheim, Edna W.), 122 

Baxcroft, Mrs. Wllfred (Xields, Elizabeth) 49 

Baxes, Mrs. W.alter D. (Tattersfield, Elsie Hannah) 62 

Babach, Mrs. Joseph H. (Levy, Edna Sophia) 43 

Babber, Mrs. Alvix B.oitox (Lombardi, Lucy) 44 

Baeber, Mrs. Lee (Riggs, Inez L.) 105 

Babbee, Mrs. St. George (Biglow, Elsie) 16 

Barker, Mrs. Charles A. {Albro, Alice Hopkins), 13 

Baexes, Mes. Cecil (Ayer, Margaret Helen) 14 

Barxes. Mrs. Moegax" (Dale, Jennie), 89 

Barr, Mrs. Hexrt James (WajTie, Frances Charlotte) 66 

Barrox, Mrs. Alexaxder Johxstox (Congdon, Elizabeth) 23 

Barrows, Mrs. Richard Lee (Buffum, Gertrude Mary) 19 

Bates, Mrs. Gut (Greene, Anne Dunkin) 124 

Baumgaetxer, Mrs. Miltox D. (Hill, Sarah D.) 76 



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Married Names 155 



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Baxter, Mrs. Frederick Lockwood (Palmer, Sara Stokes), 51 

Beach, Mrs. Robert Mills (Blanchard, Elizabeth Miller) 17 

Beals, Mrs. Charles E. (Bourne, Anna Maria), 115 

Beatie, Mrs. Charles W. (McMullen, Jeannette Craig), 100 

Bechtel, Mrs. John Clemmbr (Crawford, Emma Walker) 24 

Beck, Mrs. Jean Baptiste (Beck, Louise Goebel) 84 

Beckwith, Mrs. William E. (Rice, M. Etlielwynne) . , 84 

Beecher, Mrs. Harold Kline (Bullock, Ethel Stratton), 19 

Belin, Mrs. Gaspard d'Andelob (Jenks, Margery), 128 

Belknap, Mrs. Robert E. (Lyon, Elizabeth Treat) 44 

Bell, Mrs. George (Watson, Florence M.), . . . / 110 

Bell, Mrs. Laird (Fairbank, Nathalie) 29 

Bell, Mrs. William B. (Alsop, Susan Kite) 112 

Bellamy, Mrs. Harry Elbert (LeFevre, Eva Frederica) 43 

Bennett, Mrs. Z. Platt (Thomas, Jessie Dunlap) 63 

Bentz, Mrs. William P. (Macnamee, Helen Viola) 132 

Bergengren, Mrs. Charles Henry (Merritt, Leslie) 134 

Bbrtelsen, Mrs. Henrik (Olsen, Sophie Yhlen), 10 

Best, Mrs. William Henry (Kinsley, Mary Anderson), 41 

BiBBiNS, Mrs. Arthur Barneveld (Mory, Ruthelia Bernard) 79 

Biddle, Mrs. Moncure (Fenollosa, Brenda) 122 

BiEG, Mrs. Valentine Nicholas (Barlow, Aileen Hard wick), 113 

Bienenfeld, Mrs. A. M. (Hecht, Adelheid) 126 

Biggs, Mrs. William Pierson (Haines, Lydia Rapelye) 125 

BiNZ, Mrs. Ralph E. T. (Upperman, Evelyn Beatrice) 146 

Bird, Mrs. Benjamin Newcomer (Jackson, Anne Warren) 39 

Blackwell, Mrs. Henry Clayton (Middendorf, Katherine Louise Irvin) 134 

Blair, Mrs. James Clark (Losse, Vivian Beatrice) 99 

Blake, Mrs. Arthur (Knowles, LesUe Appleton) 41 

Blakey, Mrs. Clayton Becker (Montenegro, Sara) 47 

Blatchford, Mrs. Nathaniel Hopkins (Copeland, Margaret Boyd), 24 

Bliss, Mrs. Gilbert Ames (Hurd, Helen Elizabeth) 128 

Blodgett, Mrs. John (Walton, Clara Ann), 110 

Bloom, Mrs. Herman A. (Helm Lucile) 95 

Bock, Mrs. Charles (Nathan, Stella), 135 

Boericke, Mrs. John Jambs (Schoff, Edith Gertrude), 57 

Bolling, Mrs. Raynal Cawthorne (Phillips, Anna Tucker) 137 

BoLTE, Mrs. Charles (Hemphill, Jeannette), 36 

Bonner, Mrs. John (Vollmer, Genevieve), 146 

Boomsliter, Mrs. George Paul (Colgan, Alice Ella) , 23 

Borden, Mrs. Spencer, Jr. (Ames, Sarah Hildreth) 112 

BoRiE, Mrs. Adolphe E., 3rd (Pettit, Edith), 11 

Bornbpeld, Mrs. Herman Arthur (Kenison, Lucie) 129 

BoROss, Mrs. Dezso Eugen (Holman, Josephine Bowen) 127 

Borst, Mrs. Frederick Chittenden (Lamb, Grace Lord) 98 

Boveri, Mrs. Theodore (O'Grady, Marcella I.) 79 

BowDiTCH, Mrs. Ingersoll (Scudder, Sylvia Church) ; . 57 

Boyd, Mrs. Cockcroft Thomas (Helhngs, Eleanor Louise) 126 

Boyd, Mrs. David Knickerbocker (Mifflin, Ehzabeth Hornli) 134 

Bradley, Mrs. James Clifford (Sipe, DolUe Holland) 59 

Branham, Mrs. Hugh McCulloh (Warrin, Martha de Raismes) 147 

Breed, Mrs. Charles Henry (Martin, Frances de Forest) 132 

Brewster, Mrs. William (Sou£hgate, Mary), 60 

Briggs, Mrs. Allan Lindsay (Whitney, Emily Francis, III) 148 

Briscoe, Mrs. John Manvers (Griscom, Ethel Lydia) 124 

Bristol, Mrs. Miles Franklin (Baldwin, Susan A.), 113 

Brooks, Mrs. Alfred H. (Baker, Mabel Whitman) 72 

Brooks, Mrs. Arthur Hendricks (Harrington, Caroline Elizabeth) 35 



156 Married Names 



PAGi: 

Brooks, Mbs. Hbnbt Hablow (Davis, Louise Dudley) 25 

Bbooks, Mbs. Henry Stanford, Jb. (Vail, Clara Warren), 64 

Brown, Mbs. Carroll Thornton (Hartshorne, Anna) 35 

Beown, Mrs. Hbnrt Ingersoll (Harris, Madeline Vaughan) 35 

Brown, Mrs. John Wylie (Welles, Anna), 66 

Brown, Mrs. Philip Hilbert (Oarlock, Lunette M.) 123 

Brown, Mrs. Reynolds Driver (Harris, Frances Brodhead), 35 

Brown, Mrs. Robert Bowen (Hearne, Frances Hale) 35 

Brown, Mrs. Sanger, 2nd (Smith, Helen Williston), 59 

Brown, Mrs. Theodore Edmondson (Levering, Margaretta) 131 

Brown, Mrs. William {Barr, Dora) 84 

Browning, Mrs. James Herbert (Alexander, Willa Bullitt) 13 

BRYAjg^T, Mrs. Emmons (Lyon, Dorothy Wilberf orce) , 6 

BucHEN, Mrs. Waltheb (Head, Margaret Louise) 95 

Buck, Mrs. Frank Henry, Jr. (Zabriskie, Zayda) 150 

Buckingham, Mrs. Edgar (Holstein, Elizabeth Branton), 127 

Buckley, Mrs. Monboe (CantUn, Ethel) 20 

Buckminstee, Mbs. William Read (Miller, Mary Alice Edwards) 134 

Buell, Mrs. Charles Seaton (Smyth, Adelaide Gertrude), 141 

BuRCHENAL, Mrs. Caleb Ernest (Holland, Mary Elizabeth) 126 

Burleigh, Mrs. Perry Gray (Taylor, Alice Marion), 62 

Burlingame, Mrs. Geoffrey Gorton (Tatum, Lucy Richardson) 108 

Burton, Mrs. Norman Gilbert (WiUits, Virginia White), 149 

Bush, Mrs. Aethur Phillips, Jr. (Cadbury, Helen), 117 

Bush, Mrs. Henry Tatnall {^Moore, Lydia) 48 

Bushnell, Mrs. Charles Elmer {Abbott, M. V.) 12 

BussELLE, Mrs. Alfred (Murray, Harriet Cock), 135 

Butler, Mrs. Henry Emerson (Mason, Alice Eleanor), 133 

BuTTBicK, Mbs. Winthbop Parkhurst (Souther, Catherine), 142 

Cabot, Mrs. W. Channing (Blake, Elinore) 114 

Cadbury, Mrs. Benjamin (Moore, Anna Mary) 101 

Cagiati, Mrs. Gaetano (Cooksey, Margaret) , 119 

Caldwell, Mrs. Brown (Follansbee, Blanche Davis) 30 

Calvert, Mrs. Alan (Githens, Mary Uhle) 32 

Calvert, Mrs. Philip Powell (Smith, Amelia Catherine) 81 

Campbell, Mbs. Richard Crawford (Patterson, Margaret M.) 51 

Canaday, Mrs. Ward Mupphey (Coffin, Mariam Louise),, 23 

Cannon, Mrs. Henry Thompson (Mower, Myra) 101 

Capehaiot, Lieutenant Wadleigh (Scudder, EHzabeth Hewlett) 140 

Carey, Mrs. Anthony Morris (Thomas, Margaret Cheston) 63 

Cabhart, Mrs. Raymond Albert (Noble, Edith), 102 

Carlton, Mrs. Ernest Conrad (Treadwell, Lois Olive) 109 

Carrier, Mrs. Henry Nash (Clarke, Nancy Barnum) 88 

Carroll, Mrs. Alexander Rook (Baggaley, Elizabeth) 113 

Caese, Mrs. Henry Rannby (Houghtaling, Irene Haslehurst) 127 

Carson, Mrs. John Thompson (Gillinder, Agnes) 32 

Carstensen, Mrs. H. Julius (Dean, Harriett Lulu) 89 

Carter, Mrs. Charles Reginald (Hanington, Florence) 76 

Carter, Mrs. John Hugh McQuillen (Tomlinson, Joy), 145 

Carter, Mrs. William Douglas (Montgomery, Amelia) 10 

Caruth, Mrs. Raymond P. (Scruggs, Margaret), 140 

Carvallo, Mrs. Joachim Leon (Coleman, Anne C.) 23 

Cary, Mrs. Chables Reed (Reeve, Margaret Morris), 54 

Cason, Mrs. Everett S. (Edwards, Pauline Childs Hartman), 121 

Castle, Mrs. Alfred L. (Schaefer, Ethelinda F.) 56 

Chalfant, Mrs. Frederick Bernard (List, Minnie Kendrick) 43 

Chambees, Mbs. Lauren Miller (Beardshear, Hazel Leoni) 84 

Chapin, Mes. Robert Coit (Grabill, Winogene) 93 



Married Names 157 

PAGE 

Chapman, Mrs. Charles J. (Rumery, Marguerite) 139 

Chappell, Mrs. Robert Mong (Goddard, Anna), 93 

Charles, Mrs. Arthur M. (Riggs, Carrie Lane) '. 105 

Charles, Mrs. Sherman (Scudder, Marie Graves) 140 

Chatfield, Mrs. William Henrt, Jr. (Hazen, Harbine), 126 

Cheney, Mrs. Frederic Goddard (Tenney, Elizabeth Louise), 62 

Chestnutt, Mrs. James H. (Wood, Marnette) 68 

Chichester, Mrs. Bhadshaw Beveblet (Canby, Clara Greenough) 117 

Childs, Mrs. Robert William (Barton, Katherine Sayles) 15 

Church, Mrs. John Adams, Jr. (Peters, Gabriella Brooke Forman) 52 

Churchward, Mrs. Alexander Gray (Nathans, Beatrice Cornelia) 49 

Clapp, Mrs. James Ford {Fanshawe, Leonora), 122 

Clark, Mrs. Herbert L. (Bent, Elizabeth Conway), 16 

Clark, Mrs. John Alexander (McLane, Hazel Ellen) 133 

Clark, Mrs. Paul Franklin (Schiedt, Alice Edith) 56 

Claassen, Jr. Mrs. Arthur (Wright, Elizabeth), 150 

Cleveland, Mrs. Arthur H. (Atwater, Ethelwyn M.) ; 113 

Cockeell, Mrs. Alexander Vardeman (CockreU, Mary) 23 

Coffin, Mrs. Oscar Jackson (Wilson, LiUian Gertrude), Ill 

CoFFMAN, Mrs. George Raleigh (Reed, Bertha), 80 

Cogswell, Mrs. Daniel B. (Marshall, Rachel), 132 

Colin, Mrs. Alfred {Colin, Therese F.) 74 

Collins, Mrs. J. C. Chadwick (Morrow, Caroline) 48 

Collins, Mrs. D. C. Newman (Furman, RosaUe Allen) 31 

Collins, Mrs. Lester (Albertson, Anna Mary) 83 

Collins, Mrs. William H. (Cope, Julia) 24 

Collins, Mrs. William R. (Rawson, Lucy), 53 

CoLLiTZ, Mrs. Hermann (CoUitz, Klara Hechtenberg) , 88 

Comber, Mrs. Leo Daniel (Bunker, Marie Rowland), 8 

Comet, Mrs. Arthur Coleman (Jackson, Eugenia Louise), 39 

CoMPTON, Mrs. Robin Dale (Sturdevant, Frances Eloise), 144 

Coney, Mrs. John Haughton (Reitze, Harriot C.) 104 

Conrad, Mrs. Lewis Webster (Ulmer, Eldora Estelle), 146 

Cons, Mrs. Louis (Cons, Jeannette) 88 

Converse, Mrs. Bernard Todd (Austin, Mabel Henszey), 14 

Cook, Mrs. Clarence N. (Wuppermann, Zoyla Gomez), 150 

Coombs, Mrs. Robert Duncan (Couch, Harriet Lord) 119 

Cope, Mrs. Francis R., Jr. (Morris, Evelyn Flower) 48 

Corbett, Mrs. George Holmes Uvedalb (Spencer, Maud Du Puy) 60 

CoRBUs, Mrs. Frederick Godfrey (Ketchum, Florence Josephine) 88 

Core, Mrs. Paul Albert Agassiz (McKeehan, MatUda McClure) 133 

Cornwell, Mrs. Gibbons Gray (Eberman, EOa) 121 

Cory, Mrs. Paul M. (Cowan, Musa Kimball) 89 

CowLES, Mrs. William Turner (Birdsall, Mabel) 16 

Cox, Mrs. Isaac M. (Bean, Catherine E.) 15 

Cox, Mrs. M. M. (Lewis, Sarah Elva) 98 

Cox, Mrs. Thomas Smedley, Jr. (Haines, Mary Sheppard) 125 

Coyne, Mrs. Marshall Arthur (Steinbach, Edna Hortense) 142 

Craig, Mrs. George Craig (KeUey, OUve Minard) 40 

Cramer, Mrs. William Emile (Branch, Zelda Madison) 18 

Crampton, Mrs. Richard Leicester (Congdon, Gertrude) 23 

Craven, Mrs. Thomas Truxtun Tinget (Chapin, Edith Burwell) 21 

Crawford, Mrs. Remembrance Lindsay (Rush, Frances Bertha) 56 

Creel, Mrs. Paul Herman (Kellen, Grace), 129 

Cregar, Mrs. Ninian Caldwell (Foulke, Rebecca Mulford) 123 

Cresson, Mrs. Caleb, Jr. (Wilson, Helen Anderson), 149 

Crew, Mrs. Henry (Coale, Helen Cecilia), 23 

Crocker, Mrs. Courtenay (Crocker, Clara Ballard) 119 

Cross, Mrs. Frederick Gushing (Farquhar, Dorothea), 29 



158 Married Xarnes 

PAGE 

Ceoss, Me5. Jebome .O. (Nelden, Maria Louise) 136 

Ort-tt , Mes. Cliftox Gustattts (Beechley, Lorette J^se) 84 

CuLBEETSOx, Mbj=. Wttttam SiiiTH (Hunter, Mary Jo) 96 

CmrsrsG. 2Mbs. Geoege Auseet (Klett, Edith May) 130 

CuBET, Mrs. Chaeles Hexet (Spencer, Adeline Jones), 142 

Cttbtos, Mes. Chaeles E. (Sherwood, Elizabeth Lee), 107 

Daix, Mes. Chaeles "Whtt^tet (^laurice, Emily Marshall) 133 

Damiiaxx, Mes. Johx Feaxcis, Je. (Lynde, Isabel Adair), 44 

Dajoels, Mrs. Haeold Platt (BrowneU, Grace Stanley) 19 

Dasxels, Mes. Llotd Cadie (Wilson, Catherine Victoria) 149 

DA>rs-EXBAT7ii, Mes. Edwix M. (Gimbel, Gertrude Long), 124 

Daelixgtox, Mes. Heebeet Setmoub (Hubbard, Sybil E.), 38 

Daeles'GTOX, Mes. Philip Jacksox (Mattson, Rebecca T.), 45 

Datexpoet, Mes. Willu-M: Exbight (Hills, Evelyn Agnes), 36 

Davet, !Mes. Ed^taed Stiles f^Stohr, Keinath) 61 

Davis, Mes. Edwaed B. (Atkins, Emma Louise) 14 

Dat, Mrs. Richaed Melville (Boyd, Lj-dia Paxton) 17 

De Bobula, Mrs. Trrcs (Mock, Eurana Dinkey), 134 

Deems, !Mrs. Charles Price (Babcock, Ruth) 14 

De Foeest, Mes. Alfred Victoe (Taber, Izette) 62 

De Haas, Mes. Karel H. (Wehle, Fannie Brandeis), 147 

De Laguxa, Mrs. Theodobe de L. (De Laguna, Grace Mead Andrus) 90 

De Laxt, Mes. Walter Staxxet (.Shannan, Lou May) .58 

De Motte, Mrs. La-weexce Washbl-rx (Field, Margaret Elliot) 122 

Dexxisox, Mrs. Hexrt Stcrgis (Thurber, Marj- Tyler) 63 

De Ricor, Mrs. Alfred Baeeelet (Fuller, Julia Appleton) 123 

Desch, Mrs. Fras-k Howard (CoUins, Ruth) 8 

Dethier, Mes. Edouabd (Putnam, Avis) 53 

Detwes, Mrs. Edwix Peteb (Wooldridge, Grace La Pierre) 69 

Dewtet, Mes. Beadlet (Mellen, Marguerite) 46 

Dettet, Mes. Feedebick Archibald (Braley, Elizabeth), 18 

De Wolf, Mrs. Philip (Wood, Ruth Blanche Isabelle) 68 

Det, Mes. Johx' (Smith, Clarrissa Worcester) 59 

DiCKERiiAX, Mrs. Wiluam Cartes (Carter, Alice) 21 

DiCKET, Mes. Feaxklix C. (Wagner, Annie de BenneviUe) 146 

Dickey, Mrs. Johx Rogees (McManus, Caroline E.) 46 

DiCKET, Mes. SAircEL (".^therton, Louise Parke) 14 

DiCKSOX, Mes. Aubbet C. ''Hallowell, Bertinia) 125 

DiCKSOX, Mrs. James Arthur (Francis, Clara Jane) 30 

Dietrich, Mrs. Charles Hexet (Stewart, ^largretta Shaw), 61 

Dill, Mes. L. Alax (Chambers, Margaret Ferguson) 117 

D'lxcLSA, Mabchzsa Cesare G. Molixare (Hendrickson, Amanda) 36 

DODD, Mrs. Martix (Field, Aristine>, 29 

Dodge, Mrs. Rowlaxd Backts (Sinclair, Alice) 81 

DoHAX, Mrs. Joseph M. (HaU, Edith Haj-ward) 6 

DoTTGALL, Mrs. Arthur St. George (Maitland, Mary Elizabeth) 132 

Douglas. Mrs. J. Hexbt, Jr. (Hutchinson, Mabel) 38 

Douglas, Mrs. Path, Howard (Wolff, Dorothy Sybil) 68 

Douglass, ;Mr3. Geoege Axgus (Welsh, Florence May), 148 

DowLER, Mrs. C. E. A. (Bash, Amy Ballance) 84 

Drapes, Mes. Herbert Horace (McCarroll, Harriet Etta) 100 

Deixker, Mrs. Cecil Kext (Rotan. Katharine Livingston) 56 

Dtidlei , Mes. Charles Bexjamix CCrawford, Mary V.) 24 

Dudley, !Mes. Chaeles Tarbell (Emerj', Sarah Lotta), 28 

Duffy, Mrs. Johx Edmund (Johnson, EmUy) 97 

Duhring, Mrs. H. Louis, Jr. (Lambert, Helen), 130 

DU PoxT, Mrs, Pieeee Samuel (Belin, AUce) 16 

DtTBFEE, Mrs. Raxdat.t. Xelsox (Brayton, Abby Slade), 18 



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Durham, Mrs. Roger (Holman, Helen) 126 

DuTTOx, Mrs. Harry Johx (Meredith, Rosella) 101 

Eagle, Mrs. Hexry (Hardenbergh, Hildegarde) 125 

Easton, Mrs. Melrey Weed (Martin, Jean Baker) 132 

Eaton, Mrs. Jacob Tatum (Harding, Flora Keziah), 94 

Eddy, Mrs. Melville Elsworth (Lawther, Mary Roberts), 130 

Edmunds, Mrs. Charles Wallis (Kaminski, Lillian Virginia), 97 

Edwards, Mrs. Arthur Cecil (Case, Clara Cary), 21 

Edwards, Mrs. Deane (DuUes, Margaret Josephine) 121 

Edwards, Mrs. Edward Aixen (Garrigues, Sidney), 123 

Edwards, Mrs. Henry Lee (Buxton, Cal'j Fries) 20 

Edwards, !Mrs. Mabtin Russ (Hooper, Ethel), 36 

Ehrman, Mps. George Edgar (Schoff, Louise) 57 

EiKEXBERRY, Mrs. William A. (Murray, Mareia) 101 

Eisf elder, Mrs. Murray (Gusky, Mary Esther) 124 

Ellis, Mrs. Fb.o.-k Adams (Douglas, Nellie Woods), 120 

Ellswopth, Mrs. Clyde Le Roy (RichardS: Theodora Leigh), 138 

Ellsworth, Mrs. Daniel H. (Staples, Helen R.) 60 

Ely, Mrs. Richabd Sterling (Minor, CaroUne), 47 

Emerson, !Mrs. Haven (Parrish, Grace) 137 

Emerson, Mrs. Oliver Farrar (Logan, Annie Laurie) 131 

Emlen, Mrs. Samuel, Jr. (Haines, Marion Hartshome), 34 

Esgen, Mrs. Fred. Weaver (Johnson, Elizabeth) 96 

Estabrook, Mrs. Mansfield (Nichols, Helen Slocum) 136 

Esterly, Mrs. Henry Minor (Norcross, Elizabeth) 50 

Evans, Mrs. David James (Allen, Rosamund) 112 

Evans, Mrs. Edg.ui H. (Malott, EUa Laura) 132 

Evans, Mrs. Edward Wyatt (Morris, Jacqueline Pascal) , 48 

Evans, Mrs. Harold (Hathaway, Sylvia), 125 

Evans, Mrs. John Wainv\-right (Claggett, Edith J.) 88 

Everdell, Mrs. Willi.a.m (Romeyn, Rosahnd), 139 

Fabyan, Mrs. ALvbshall (McCormick, Eleanor Harryman), 133 

Fairbanks, Mrs. Arthur Willard (Clarke, Edythe), 22 

Falconbeidge, Mrs. John Delatre (Hamilton, Elizabeth Porter), 125 

Farley, Mrs. R. Henderson (Sickel, Corinne) 59 

Farmer, Mrs. Fr.vnk Malcolm (Merriman, LucUle) 47 

Fawcett, Mrs. Howard Samuel (Tostenson, Helen), 109 

Fawcett, Mrs. (Fawcett, ^Slary Eliza), 91 

Ferris, Mrs. Alfred J. (Shoemaker, Anna Peirce) 141 

Field, Mrs. James Alfred (Walker, Amy Morehead), 65 

Fields, Mrs. Howard H.^wthorne (Rodi, Irma) 105 

FiNDLEY, Mrs. Joseph Dys.^rt (Dean, Ehsa) 25 

Finerty, Mrs. John Frederick (Foley, Louise), 30 

FitzGerald, Mrs. Richard Y. (Walker, Susan Grimes), 65 

Fitzsimmons, Mrs. William Lindsby (Wade, Ruth Anita), 65 

Flaherty, Mrs. Robert Joseph (Hubbard, Frances Johnson) 38 

Fleisher, ]Mrs. Alexander (Loeb, Florence May) 131 

Fleming, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. (Brown, ;Margaret Eaton), 116 

Fletcher, Mrs. Henry Martineau {Emerson, Ruth), 28 

Fletcher, Mrs. Henry Martineau (Parrish, Ethel), 51 

Flexner, Mrs. Simon (Thomas, Helen Whitall), 63 

Fogg, Mrs. Leland James (Bartholomew, Mary Eleanor), 15 

Fohs, Mrs. F. Julius (Baldauf, Cora) 113 

Foltz, Mrs. Charles Steinman (Kieffer, Josephine Berry), 41 

FooTE, Mrs. Harry Ward (Jenkins, Martha Babcock), 39 

Fordyce, Mrs. John R. (Powell, Lillian Augusta) 137 

Fordyce, Mrs. Willl\m C. (Orrick, Christine) 50 

FoRMAN, Mrs. Horace Baker, Jr. (Chandlee, Elizabeth Betterton), 8 



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FouiLHOrs, Mes. J.. Axdse (Clark, Jean Butler) 22 

For>TArs-, Mes. Geeaed (Caldwell, Eliiabeth ZMiller), 20 

Fox, Mes. PiObeet Thomas (Walton, Lillie Sophia) 147 

Feaxcis, Mes. Richaed Stantdish (Congdon, Louise Buffum), 23 

Fe^n-e, Mes. Tz^rsxT (Frank, Grace), 92 

FsAN-KLrs", 2Mes. Bexjaieln- Saxtabelli (Carroll, Josephine Eliza) 87 

Feaseb, Mes. Agxtjs !M. (Canada, Mabel Augusta) 117 

Fbazee, Mas. John Gttt tttan - (Reed, Katharine) 138 

FsELixGHirrsEX, Mes. Peteb H. B. (Havemeyer, Adeline) 35 

Fey, Mes. La-^vtoeb Howard (Canan, Marjorie Stockton) 20 

FrxcHZB, ZvIes. Goedox Scott (Morgan, LoTiise Baggott) 101 

FrxLEE, Mes. 'Willabd Pebeix (Channing, Elizabeth Torrey), IIS 

FrxTZ, Mes. Johx Moetox (Baltz, EUen Duncan), 15 

FcxK, Mes. Eobeet Thoexbuegh (Southvdck, Lola Josephine) 142 

Gaxlagheb, !Me3. Peecital (Coreon, Elizabeth StiUwell), 24 

Gardner, Mrs. Alfred A. {Willeti, Katherine Taber) 67 

Gaedxeb, Mbs. Hexbt (.Streeter, Julia), 61 

Gaexze, Mes. Albeet Rowlaxt) (Ross, Margaret Jane) 56 

Gates, Mes. Johx Wabbuetox (Congdon, Dorothy) 23 

Geabt, Mrs. Eabbt Logax (Ballard, Jessie M.), 113 

Geiee, Mes. Feedebick A. (Esselbom, Juhet) 122 

Gellhobx, Mbs. Geoege (Fischel, Edna) 29 

Geeoxtld, Mes. Goedox H a ll (FuUerton, Katharine) , 92 

GiBBOxs, Mbs. Hebbeet Adams (Brown, Helen Davenport), 116 

Gies, Mbs. "WiixjAii Johx (Lark, Mabel Loj-etta), 98 

Gill, Mes. Johx Glantille (Stites, Helen Chenoweth) 143 

Gill, Mrs. Thomas H. (Sceets, Laura Alice), 106 

GiLLETT, Mes. Ezea Kexdall (Goodnow, Isabel Lyall) 124 

Gilmax, Mes. Theodoee, Jb. (Silkman, Eleanor) 141 

Goethe, Mbs. Chables M. (Glide, Mary L.) 93 

Goodell, Mbs. Hoeatio Stuabt (Hubbard, Charlotte Armitage), 128 

GooDHABT, Mrs. Howard Lehuax (Walter, Marjorie Fannie), 66 

GooDXOW, Mbs. David Fbaxsllix (Smith, Margery) 60 

GooDWTLLiz, Mbs. David Hebeick (Bryant, Elsie Harriet) 19 

GoiTLD, ^Ibs. Johx Wabeex DuBois (Fisk, Evelyn Louise), 122 

GorxDixG, Mbs. Herbebt J. (McCune, Mabel), 133 

Gbaftox, Mbs. Edwix Hebbebt (Whitehead, Anna. Marion) 67 

Grant, Mbs. Alesaxdee Galt (Delano, Catherine Lyman) 26 

Grax-t, Mes. Geoege, Jr. (Stone, Kirtj- Louise) 143 

Gbaxt, Mrs. Harrt Lamar (Scribner, Margaret) 140 

Grave, Mrs. Bexjamix Habbisox (Moore, LucUe Hannah) 101 

Gray, Mrs. Llthlb Albeet (Downing, Harriet Adele) 120 

Gbay, Mbs. Rolaxt) (Tudor, Mary) 145 

Gbeeley, Mbs. Samuel Arxold (CoflSn, Dorothy), 23 

Gbeexe, MJES. Gabtox Spexce (Lepper, Minerva Augusta) 43 

Gbeex, Mbs. Fbaxcis Harvey (Heritage, Gertrude Langden), 9 

Gbeexixg, Mes. Hexby B. (Haines, Helen Eaj-re) 34 

Gbeexfield, Mes. Albeet Moxroe (Kraus, Edna Florence), 130 

Gregoby, Mbs. Geoege Dudley f Stevens, Helen Lee) 61 

Gbegsox, Mbs. Johx, Jr. (Goodell, Edith), 33 

Geextell, Mbs. Wilfred T. (MacClanahan, A. E.) 45 

Geibbel, Mrs. W. Grutix (Latta, Margaret Douglas) 130 

Geiffix, Mbs. Edward Lawbexce (Spray, Ruth Gladys) 81 

Geotox, Mbs. Xathaxiel Babcock (HeSem, Anna Constance) 35 

Gtjceeb, Mbs. Fbaxk Thomsox (Fulton, Louise Oliphant) 31 

Guild, Mbs. Geoege M. (Montague, Mary), 47 

GuELLor, Mbs. Hobacz Edmuxd (Walters, Adeline B.) 66 

Gutmaxx, Mbs. Bebitftard (Goldman, Bertha), 32 



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Haas, Mrs. Albert (Haas, Jeanne) 124 

Hack, Mrs. Harold Wright (Hartshorn Joanna Dixon), 125 

Hack, Mrs. Rot Kenneth CThwing, Apphia Sophia), 63 

Hackett, Mrs. Frank Sutliff (Allen, Frances Dean), 13 

Hadlet, Mrs. Mtjrrat N. (Henley, Florence Ruth) 95 

Hailet, Mrs. Harold Kelso (Mitchell, Beulah Margaret) , 134 

Hale, Mrs. William B. (FoUansbee, Eunice), 30 

Hall, Mrs. Edward Twitchell (Gilroy, Jessie Jay), 32 

Hall, Mrs. Frederick Timothy (Beggs, Ethel May) 114 

Hall, Mrs. J. Lindlet (Child, Clara Mott) 118 

Hall, Mrs. Raymond I. (Brand, Helen Page) 18 

Hallidy, Mrs. Robert J. (Thompson, Frances D'Arcy) 82 

Hamilton, Mrs. Francis Beacon (Ramsey, Emily Yocum) 138 

Hamilton, Mrs. Louis Pennock (Darlington, Sarah Wilson), 25 

Hammond, Mrs. Ogden H. {Stevens, Mary Picton), 143 

Hand, Mrs. Clarence Foster (Clark, Eleanor Bonsai), 118 

Hand, Mrs. Learned (Fincke. Frances Amelia) 29 

Hanley, Mrs. John Cheney (Pomeroy, Diana) 103 

Hanna, Mrs. Hugh Henry. Jr. (McCulloch, Agnes), 133 

Hardenbergh, Mrs. Clarence Morgan" (Nichols, Margaret B.), 49 

Haring, Mrs. Clarence Henry (Haring, Helen Garnsey), 125 

Harkness, Mrs. Frank Edgerton (McMahan, Una), 100 

Harman, Mrs. Archer (Cox, Lilhan Adele) , 24 

Harper, Mrs. Paul Vincent (Vincent, Isabel Darlington) 65 

Harris, Mrs. Frank Hulburd (Naylor, Ella R.) 101 

Harris, Mrs. Harold R. (Selig, Alice) 140 

Harris, Mrs. Herbert Taylor (Biirton, Cornelia R.) 87 

Harris, Mrs. John IMcArthur (Weygandt, Sophia) 67 

Harrison, ISIrs. Sydney Martin (Packard, Emihe), 136 

Harrison, Mrs. Timothy (Landers, Pearl Adele) , 130 

Hartshorne, jSIrs. Hugh (Curtis, Margaret), 89 

Harvey, Mrs. Henry Blodgett (Dudley, Dorothy) 27 

Haupt, Mrs. Walter Clark (Morgan, Mary Alden), 48 

Havemeyer, Mrs. Arthur (Herrick, Clara Martha) 36 

Hay, Mrs. Muller S. (Wattson, Florence Trotter), 66 

Head, Mrs. Joseph (Wilkinson, Annie Lyndesay), 82 

Heald, Mrs. Prescott (Mattson, Ethel) 45 

Heim, Mrs. William Kennedy (Hooke, Harriet Henley) 127 

Henning, Mrs. Samuel C. (Duke, Julia Blackburn) 120 

Henshaw, Mrs. Arthur W. (Darling, Jessie), 89 

Henshaw, Mrs. Barclay W. (NewKn, Flora AHce), 102 

Hepburn, Mrs. Thomas Norval (Houghton, Katherine Martha) 10 

Herriott, Mrs. Frank Irving (Haines, Mary) 94 

Herron, Mrs. Charles Douglas (Milligan, Louise), 47 

Herzog, Mrs. Morton H. (Guckenheimer, Adele) 124 

Hess, Mrs. Alfred Fabian (Strauss, Sara) 143 

Hiatt, Mrs. Burritt Mills (Peelle, ISIary Pearle), 103 

Hibbard, Mrs. Charles Bell (Gale, Mary Eastman), 92 

Hibbard, Mrs. William Gold, Jr. (FoUansbee, Susan Davis) 30 

Hill, Mrs. Edward Buffum (FarweU, Leslie), 29 

Hill, Mrs. George Edwin (Utley, Catherine Merea) 64 

Hill, Mrs. James Jewill (Challen, Laura Redington), 117 

Hill, Mrs. Perry Childs CBuffum, Marianna Nicholson) 8 

Hill, Mrs. William (Miles, CaroHne), 78 

Hincks, Mrs. Clarence Meredith (M ill m an, Mabel Helen), 79 

HiTCHENS, Mrs. Arthur Parker (Bennett, Ethel Mary) 8 

Hoag, Mrs. Clarence Gilbert (Scattergood, Anna), 56 

Hoar, Mrs. Friend (Goffe, Mildred Virginia) 32 



162 Married Xarnes 

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HoDDEB, Mbs. Alfbed (Gwinn, Mary), 6 

Hodge, Mrs. CorUandt Van Rensselaer (_Sinclair, Elsie Campbell) 59 

Hoffman, Mrs. Arthur Sulluant (/om-es, Mary Denxer), 39 

HoGUE, Mbs. Robeet MrBBAT (Homer, Jane Elizabeth), 127 

Hr> T.T.tv -n, Mbs. Joes Peetttmax (Downer, Agnes Peabody), 120 

HoLLiDAT, !Mbs. CiTDE Cecil (Wrav, Edith Sophia) 69 

HoLijs, ]Mbs. Johx Hitdsox (Chase, Bertha Poole) 21 

HoiiOWAT, Mes. Waltee Vail (Tail, Alice) 146 

Holmes, Mbs. Beadfoei) Butteick (^^ickery, Ruth Perkins), 1-16 

Holmes, Mes. William H. Appletox (Saunders, Helen Matheson), 56 

Holt, Mes. BEXJAiax Meesill (Fillius, EUa Sabin), 91 

Holtzixgee, Mes. Hoeace Krp.s (Frederick, iliriam Du Bois), 123 

Hookee, Mas. Doxald PtrssELL (Houghton, Edith), 37 

Hoppix, Mes. Joseph Ciabk (Wood, Eleanor Dennistoun) 68 

HoBX, !Mb3. Datid Wttrt-r rFamham, Lois Anna), 9 

HoBX, ilES. GoTTFBiED ^Iabtix (Ropes, Ellen M.), 55 

HoBX, Mbs. William 2iIelchiob (Jacobs, Marguerite Eyster), 128 

HoEXBT, Mas. PuATMOXD (BuTrell. Eleanor Ixjudenois), 20 

HoBXEE, Mes. Wheeleb Bexxett (Bope, Laura Eliza), 115 

HowAED, Mbs. Feaxk Swax- (Kelley, Annette ^laria) 40 

HoTVE, Mes. Thoexdisx Ditdlet (Rotan, Anne Sturm), 56 

Howsox, Mes. Chables Hexet (Yeatts, ]May Day), 150 

Howsox, Mbs. Rogeb Sattl (Benjamin, Julie de Forest) 16 

HuDDLESox, Mes. Cxaeexce Deax (Jones, Ruth Lovering) 40 

HuDDLESTOX, Mbs. Johx Hexbt (Clark, Mabel Parker^, 8 

Httdsox, Mes. Chaeles Bbadfobd (Bamhisel, Claire Grace), 113 

Hmsox, Mes. H. Kteestede (de Koven, Ethel LeRoy) 130 

Huff, Mrs. William Baihford {Sduieffer, Helen Elizaheth) 7 

Hughes, Mes. Staxeet Cabxaghax (Foulke, Lydia) 123 

HnzixGA. Mp.s. Abxold Tax C. P. (Mathewson, Faith Trumbull) 133 

Hull, Mes. Robeet Aloxzo (Woodruff, Clara Lucelia) 69 

Huii, Mbs. William Isaac (Clothier, Hannah Hallowell) 88 

HuxsE, Mrs. Shielet Clabk (Reynolds, Margaret Anne), 138 

HuxT, Mas. AxDBEw- Dicksox (Pinney, Elizabeth) 52 

HuxT, Mbs. Habold Olxet (Washburn, ^Margaret), 66 

HuxT, Mbs. Meebell (Woods, Hope) 150 

HrxT, Mas. William Fxotd (Pearson Julia L.) 137 

HxrxTEB, Mes. Robeet Johx (North, Helen Virginia) 50 

HussET, Mes. William T. (Rushmore, Florence) 139 

HuTLEE, Mas. Edtvix (Stewart, Helen), 143 

Hyde, Mas. Feaxcis de Lact (Knowland, Carolyn) 130 

Ites, Mbs. Fbedeeick Meewix (Wetherill, Edith) 67 

IvoBT, Mrs. P. vax Emax (Ivory, Elizabeth Schofield) 39 

Jacksox, Mbs. Chaeles (Higgin.gon, Elizabeth B.), 126 

Jacksox, Mbs. Lambebt Lixcolx (Seely, Evelyn) 57 

Jacksox, Mbs. Peect (Day, Alice Hooker), 25 

Jacksox, Mas. William Habtas (Jackson, M. Katherine),. . . ". 96 

Jacob, M^. Chaeles R. (Jones, Hattie Elizabeth), 129 

Jacobt, ^Ies. Geoege W. (Lowengrund, Helen Moss) 10 

Jamesox. Mes. Geoege C. (Hulbert, Nellie May) 128 

Jamiesox, ^Ies. Geoege Samuel (Holden, Charlotte) 36 

Jaebett, !Mes. Edtttx Setox (Hardy, Cora), 34 

Jeases, Mes. Hexet Sulgee (Baird, Cora) 113 

Jeaxs, Mes. James Hopwood (Mitchell, Charly Tiffany) 47 

Jeftbet, Mes. Edwaed C. (Street, Jennette Atwater) , 81 

Jexks, Mbs. Robeet Dabeah (Lowrey, Maud Maiy), 44 

Jesbebg, Mbs. Paul August (Allison, Edith Mary) 83 

J:^jSex, Mbs. Kabt, Detlet (Richards, Myra Stephannie) 54 



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John, Mrs. Rodbkick Belton (Worth, Fiorina Gertrude) Ill 

Johnson, Mrs. Alba Boardman (Goff, Leah) 9 

Johnson, Mrs. Allen (Ross, Helen Kunkle) 139 

Johnson, Mrs. Allen Clifford (Harrison, Susan Rachel), 94 

Johnson, Mrs. Alvin Saunders (Heury, Margaret E.) 76 

Johnson, Mrs. Bascom (Adams, Sophie Frances) 12 

Johnson, Mrs. David Eastman (Bryant, Marian Elizabeth) 19 

Johnson, Mrs. Edwin James (Cooper, Emily Smyth), 24 

Johnson, Mrs. Hobart Stanley (Hopkins, EHzabeth) , 127 

Johnson, Mrs. Irving Culver (Burnside^ Mary Hortense) 87 

Johnson, Mrs. Joseph Esrey, Jr. (Hilles, Margaret HiU) 36 

Johnson, Mrs. Warren Thomas (Pyle, Miriam Weir) 104 

Johnston, Mrs. Edgar Paul (Moffitt, Rebecca Charlotte), 135 

Johnston, Mrs. Hugh McBirney (Hulburd, Ethel) 38 

Johnston, Mrs. Morris Leidt fflouglas, Grace) 27 

Jones, Mrs. Benjamin F. (Preston, Jennie Florence), 137 

Jones, Mrs. Chester Lloyd (Schock, Caroline Franck) 57 

Jones, Mrs. Emlyn Ivor (Popejoy, Laura Elizabeth) 103 

Jones, Mrs. Rufus M. (Cadbury, Elizabeth Bartram) 117 

Jones, Mrs. William Gray (Gibb, Leonora Walton), 31 

Kacklet, Mrs. Thomas Rbid (Atkins, Sarah F.), 14 

Kah, Mrs. Ralph C. (White, Eva Grove) 148 

Kauffmann, Mrs. Reginald Wright (Hammitt, Ruth) 125 

Kay, Mrs. d'Arcy Hemsworth (Cragin, Jane Heartt), 24 

Keiser, Mrs. Edward Harrison (Harris, Elizabeth), 9 

Kellermann, Mrs. Charles Richard (Lodge, Edith Harvey) 131 

Kelley, Mrs. Arthur Livingston, Jr. (Maltby, Olive Douglas) 132 

Kelley, Mrs. James E. (Cooke, Bertha May) 24 

Kellogg, Mrs. Edwin Dwight (Ropes, AHce Rogers) , 55 

Kellogg, Mrs. Frederic R. (Halsey, Cornelia Van Wyck) 34 

Kellogg, Mrs. George Dwight (Co'hns, Anna Mary) 118 

Kellogg, Mrs. Lee Olds (LoveU, AUce) 44 

Kemble, Mrs. Ira Oscar (Haskell, Caroline Flora) , 94 

Kemmerer, Mrs. John Leisenring (Ream, Frances Mott) '. 53 

Kenyon, Mrs. James Henry (Hemenway, Josephine) 95 

Kidder, Mrs. Herrick Faber (Tyson, Evelyn Bayly) 145 

Kimball, Mrs. John H. (Robinson, EsteUe Ann) 105 

King, Mrs. Paul (Greene, Cornelia Bonnell) 33 

KiNKEAD, Mrs. James A. (Reynolds, Minnie Beatrice), 80 

Kipling, Mrs. Percy Fallowfield (Harrison, EHzabeth) 76 

Kirk, Mrs. Edward Cameron (Clements, Helen Theodora) 22 

Kirkpatrick, Mrs. George Db Wolfe (Chase, Ethel Bird), 21 

Klehs, Mrs. Arnold C. (Forbes, Margaret), 122 

Knoblauch, Mrs. Charles Edward (Bookstaver, Mary A.) 17 

Knox, Mrs. John C. (Hollar, Mary Rankin) 126 

Koch, Mrs. Edward Louis (Price, Mary Lucretia) 138 

Kohn, Mrs. Isidore (Wolf, Blanche) , 149 

KoRFF, Baroness Serge Alexander (Van Reypen, AUetta Louise) 64 

Kramer, Mrs. William Henry (Pickel, Adele Jackson), 103 

Krauskopp, Mrs. Harold C. (Brash, Corinne) 115 

Kreutzberg, Mrs. Otto (Gribi, Marguerite) 33 

Kruesi, Mrs. Paul John (Smartt, Myra Kennedy), 141 

Kuhn, Mrs. Charles John (Bowman, Edna Alwilda) 115 

Laciar, Mrs William Hamilton (Darrow, Elizabeth Tremper) 25 

La Coste, Mrs. Charles John Constable (Neilson, Grace Herbert), 49 

Ladd, Mrs. David Hartwell (Cooper, Virginia AUce) 119 

Ladd, Mrs. William Coffin (Rhoads, Anna Ely) 11 

LaForce, Mrs. William Brooks (Bousquet, A. CaroHna D.) 86 



164 Married Names 

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Lafobe, Mrs. John Abmand (Shearer, Anne Frances) 58 

Lane, Mrs. Edwin Seldon (Alden, Mary Bogue) 13 

Lane, Mrs. Elmer Bloomfield (Tevis, Julia Antony) 62 

Lane, Mrs. Michael A. (Engelhard, Dorothy Lois), 121 

Langenbeck, Mrs. Karl (Roelker, Mildred M.) 138 

Lanham, Mrs. Samuel Tucker (Crane, Edith Campbell) 24 

Leatherbee, Mrs. Frederic Keith (Howland, Dorothy) 127 

Leatherbee, Mrs. Robert William (Crane, Frances Anita), 119 

Lee, Mrs. Waldemar (Heath, Mary Bailey) 95 

Leick, Mrs. Rudolph (Haynes, Mabel Stevens) 35 

Leslie, Mrs. Francis Alexander (Satterthwaite, Sarah E.), 80 

Lester, Mrs. John Ashby (Garrigues, Margaret Ashmead), 123 

Leuba, Mrs. James H. (Leuba, Berthe A.) 131 

Leveeing, Mrs. Ernest Douglas (Wade, Grace Bennett), 65 

Levin, Mrs. Louis Hiram (Szold, Bertha) 62 

Lewis, Mrs. Frank Nichols (Adams, Eliza Raymond) 12 

Lewis, Mrs. Herbert Radnor (Brown, Carolyn Trowbridge) , 18 

Lewis, Mrs. James G. (Cartland, Mary Alice) 87 

Lewis, Mrs. John W. (Coffin, Elizabeth White) 88 

Lewis, Mrs. Joseph William (Westwood, Emily Augusta) Ill 

Lewis, Mrs. Robert L. (Rannells, Edith Kirk), 104 

Lewis, Mrs. Warren H. (Reed, Margaret Adaline), 80 

Lewis, Mrs. Willard, (Deming, Constance), 26 

Lewisohn, Mrs. Frederick (SeUgman, Rhoda Walter), 140 

Liggett, Mrs. Frank Rahm (Easton, Margaret) 91 

Limburg, Mrs. Ernest A. (Sichel, Marie Etta) 141 

Lincoln, Mrs. Charles S. F. (Eastham, Williette W.) 121 

Little, Mrs. Halsted (Archbald, Ruth Sellers) 112 

Livingston, Mrs. Howard J. (Nebeker, Edna), 135 

Lofting, Mrs. Hugh John (Small, Flora), 141 

Logan, Mrs. Donald Brigham (Briggs, Sara Marie), 116 

Lombard, Mrs. Benjamin Mathews (Sloane, Caroline Swanwick) 59 

LoMBARDi, Mrs. Maurice Ennis (Peck, Ethel Rogers) , 51 

Lommel, Mrs. Herman (Roe, Adah Blanche), 7 

Longfellow, Mrs. Herbert Huntington (Macomber, Mary S.) 132 

LooMis, Mrs. Edward Eugene (Langdon, Julia Olivia), 130 

Loomis, Mrs. Henry Meech (Wallace, Eleanor Wigton) 65 

LoRiNG, Mrs. Charles Greely (Page, Katharine Alice), 50 

Lucas, Mrs. Francois (Norcross, Louise Jackson), 50 

Lyders, Mrs. Eric Charles William Scheel (Perkins, Elizabeth Mary) , 6 

Ltman, Mrs. Herbert (Whitney, Ruth Bowman) , 148 

Macan, Mrs. George Chase, Jr. (Arny, Helen Worman), 112 

Macauley, Mrs. George Thurston (McCarter, Flora) 100 

Macavot, Mrs. William Crocker (Harben, Clarissa), 125 

Macbeth, Mrs. Norman (Holliday, Lucia Shaw) 37 

Macfarlane, Mrs. C. William (Macfarlane, Kathleen Selfridge) , 132 

Macintosh, Mrs. John Alexander (Archibald, Sara Elizabeth) 83 

Mackenzie, Mrs. Arthur S. (Taylor, Mary Lewis) 62 

Mackenzie, Mrs. Charles Arthur (Stewart, Berniece), 143 

MacKnight, Mrs. Charles Herschel (Rice, Phyllis), 54 

MacMonnies, Mrs. Frederick (Jones, Alice), 39 

Magnusson, Mrs. Carl Edward (Cooper, Elva) 74 

Manierre, Mrs. Arthur (Mason, Frances Eleanor) 45 

Marietta, Mrs. Clyde O. (Roach, Lulu Athalee), 105 

Martin, Mrs. Samuel Aaron (Brown, Alice), 116 

Marvell, Mrs. Edward Ira (Brayton, Mary Elizabeth) 18 

Mason, Mrs. Stevens Thomson (Houghton, Marion), 37 

Mast, Mrs. Samuel Ottmar (Tennent, Grace Rebecca) 109 



Married Names 165 

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McAllister, Mrs. Frank Allister (Vickers, Florence Childs) , 12 

McCoLL, Mrs. Gilbert Beebe (Durand, Edith Pusey), 27 

McCoNKEY, Mrs. Charles E. (Craig, Marie) 89 

McGinley, Mrs. Edward (Thomas, Elsie Cecil), 63 

McGlannan, Mrs. Alexius (Law, Sally Porter), 42 

McGooDwiN, Mrs. Robert Rodes (Bryan, Kate Hampton), 19 

McIntosh, Mrs. Douglas (Marcuse, Bella) 78 

McKelvey, Mrs. Charles W. (Delano, Susan Adams) 26 

McKbnzie, Mrs. Kenneth (LeflBngwell, Aimee Gilbert), 43 

McKinnon, Mrs. James Austin (Kamm, Caroline Augusta)., 129 

McKnight, Mrs. George Scott {Price, Marjorie Gertrude) , 53 

McKnight, Mrs. Thomas Joseph (Richards, Caroline Louise), 54 

McLaren, Mrs. William Augustus (Day, Alice Margaret) 120 

McLaughlin, Mrs. Perry William (Wildman, Marion Kirk) , 67 

McLean, Mrs. Alexander E. (Chapin, Helena) 21 

McLean, Mrs. William (Powel, Ella Louise) , 137 

McLoughlin, Mrs. Joseph (Gray, Elizabeth Lawrence), 124 

McMillen, Mrs. Rolla Carol (Roberts, Ruth) 55 

McMillin, Mrs. S. Sterling (Strong, Ruth) 143 

McMynn, Mrs. Robert N. (Palmer, Elizabeth Marshall), 136 

McQuinn, Mrs. Emmett George (Saint, Pauline) 106 

Mead, Mrs. Edward Sherwood (Fogg, Emily), 75 

Mechling, Mrs. Benjamin Schreiber (Kershaw, Karie Kay) 129 

Mendenhall, Mrs. Elihu Clarkson (White, Alice Everett) Ill 

Meredith, Mrs. Philip Taliaferro (Fronheiser, Mary Dorothy) 31 

Messimer, Mrs. Robert L. (Wright, Marion Lucy) 69 

Mettler, Mrs. John Wyckoff (Fleischmann, Helen), 122 

Metzel, Mrs. George V. (Himes, Anna Magdalen) 95 

Meyer, Mrs. Gustave A. (Gross, Evelyn) 124 

MiCHAux, Mrs. Edward Randolph (Roberson, Cornelia) 105 

Millar, Mrs. Frederick Gourlay (Graham, Ellen Maud), 75 

Miller, Mrs. Benjamin LeRoy (Meredith, Mary Anna) 100 

Miller, Mrs. Carroll (Guffey, Mary Emma), 33 

Miller, Mrs. Charles Lichty (Ross, Josephine) 139 

Miller, Mrs. Charles O., Jr. (White, Mary Elizabeth) 67 

Miller, Mrs. Harvey D. (Horst, Mary EHzabeth), 95 

Miller, Mrs. J. Imbrib (Martin, Mary Rockwith), 133 

Miller, Mrs. Rutger Bleecker (Forster, Dorothy) , 30 

Million, Mrs. John Wilson (Lovell, Helen Louisa) 78 

Mitchell, Mrs. Howard Hawkes (White, Emma Vestine), 67 

Mitchell, Mrs. Jambs McDougall (Bunnell, Catharine Tomlinson), 116 

Mitchell, Mrs. Raljph E. (Campbell, Marion Elizabeth) 87 

Moharrem, Mrs. M. L. (Marks, Ellen Scott) 132 

MoLLER, Mrs. Irving Clark (Towle, Sarah Isabel), 145 

Montague, Mrs. William Hardy (Becker, Amanda Fredericka) 69 

Montgomery, Mrs. Dudley (Proudfit, Josephine), 53 

Montgomery, Mrs. James Edward (Winchester, Evelyn Lee) 149 

Montgomery, Mrs. Kingsley (O'Neil, Elizabeth Breading), 11 

Montgomery, Mrs. Neil Robert (Stephens, EUza Pullan) 142 

Moore, Mrs. Aman (Wallace, Elsie Amelia) 65 

Moore, Mrs. Frank Wood (Otheman, Margaret Stevens) 50 

Moore, Mrs. George W., Jr. (Dungan, Emily), 27 

Moore, Mrs. Harry T. (Allyn, Susan Frances), 112 

Moore, Mrs. Philip Wyatt (Daniels, Caroline Seymour) 25 

Moore, Mrs. William (Hiestand, Eleanor), 95 

MooRES, Mrs. Charles W. (Nichols, Elizabeth), 49 

Moorhead, Mrs. John Joseph (Howell, Helen A.) 37 

Moorhouse, Mrs. Henry Wilson (Rockwell, Martha Skerry) 55 



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MoBGAJT, Mes. John Juxius (McCook, Caroline Alexander) 46 

MoBGAN, Me3. ShepaUd Ashmax (Spofford, Barbara) 60 

MoBGAN', Mbs. Thomas Hxrxr (Sampson, Lillian Vaughan), 11 

MoEBis, Mas. RoBEET Lexxox, Jb. (Layton, Margaret Hammond) 42 

Morrison, Mrs. Charles Henry {Foster, Mary Maclntire), 123 

MoBEisox, Mbs. He>-bt La-svbexce (Clark, Florence Wilcox) 22 

MoEEissox, Mes. James VTilliam (Foulke, Marj- Taylor Reeves) 30 

MoESE, Mes. :Max Withkow (Putnam, Margaret) 53 

MosEXTHAL, Mes. Heemax O. (Kroeber, Johanna) 41 

^losHEB, ^Ies. Joseph Albeet (Weusthoff, Anna Sophie) 72 

Motley, 2Mes. James Mabvix (Levering, Ethel) 43 

MouLTOX, Mes. Waebex J. (Shute, Helen Winifred), 81 

MouxT, Mbs. William Bostvell (MiUer, Mary Wanamaker), 134 

Mowbeb, Mbs. Feaxk R. (Wiaterbotham, Genevieve F.) , 149 

MxjXFOBD, Mbs. Rolaxd Jessup (Blackwell, Margaret Biddle Guest) 114 

MuLLEE, Mes. Robeet Otto (Erbsloh, Gertrude F. A.) 121 

MuLLix, Mbs. J. Hebbebt (MendinhaU, Marj- Anna), 46 

MuLOCH, Mes. Edxtix McC. (Green, Marjorie Crissy) 124 

McBPHT, Mbs. J. Peextice (Garrett, Ida Mercette) 31 

Musset, Mbs. Hexet Ratmoxd (Mussey, Mabel H. Barrows) 135 

Mtbick, Mes. Stephex Staxtox (Harrison, Miriam Alice) 94 ' 

Naething, Mrs. Foster Stebbins {Lyon, Frances Witter), 131 

Nagleb, Mbs. Lewis Bebxabd (Torelle, Ellen) 82 

Neale, Mbs. Mahlox Kemmeeeb (Fowler, Eugenia) 9 

Neabixg, Mes. Scott (Seeds, XeUie Marguerite), 57 

Xeave, Mes. Chables E. (Raiford, Linnie) 104 

Xeill, Mes. Feaxk Kimmel (DeArmond, Elinor Margaret), 26 

Xelms, Mbs. Willlvm Stocktox (Daughtrej-, Gene) 89 

Nelsox, Mbs. William Maebuet (Coates, EUsa) 118 

Newby, Mes. Thomas (Francisco, Lucy) 92 

Newell, Mes. Emebsox R. (Sealy, Ella), 140 

Newell, Mbs. Geoege Steiblixg (Jar\-is, May Mason), 77 

Newell, Mbs. Hablax H.oseis (WiUard, Marie Louise) 148 

Newkibk, Mbs. Waltee Matthew (Xewkirk, Alice Majmard Field), 102 

Xewsox, Mbs. Hexet Btbox (Winston, Mary Frances) 82 

XiCHOLS, Mes. Caeeoll Bbewsteb (Bullivant, ^Marjorie) 116 

XiCHOLS, Mes. Robeet Hastixgs (Wallace, Marjorie Xewton) 65 

XiCHOLSOx, Mes. Johx Whitall, Jb. (Haines, Isabelle Pennock), 125 

NrELDS, Mbs. Bexjamix (Whitelaw, Hazel Cooper) 67 

Noble, Mbs. Edwabd Weight (Xeff, Brownie Elizabeth) 49 

Noble, Mbs. Flotd Clarke (Thayer, Dorothy), 144 

Noble, Mbs. Fbedebic Pebbt (Edmand, Marietta Josephine) 74 

NoGucHi, Mes. Yoxe (Gilmour, Leonie), 124 

Noll, Mrs. Hugo (HeSner, Barbara), 95 

XoRTHBUP, Mbs. Johx E. (Chisholm, Mary E.) 88 

X'oBTOX, Mbs. Abthte Hebbebt (Hacker, Emma Lydia), 33 

XosTBASD, Mbs. Eugexe Staxtox (Lucas, Ethel) 99 

NucKOLS, Mbs. Claitde Cabltle (Swindell, Susie Ould) 144 

O'CoxxELL, Mbs. Cox ail J. (Yallely, Eleanor), 146 

O'CoxxoB, Mbs. Johx Chbistopheb (Raj-mond, Helen Jackson) 53 

Odell, Mes. Owex Davies (Lawther, EveljTi Teressa) 130 

Oheex, Mbs. Daxtel Websteb (Ohem, Eugenia GrinneU) 136 

Olds, Mes. Chables Louis (Johnson, Mary A.), 97 

Oppexheimeb, ;Mbs. Oscar William (Siesel, Claudie Frances) 141 

Obe, Mbs. Abthtti (Meigs, AUce McKinstrey) 46 

Obe, Mbs. Johx Bbuce (Morris, Frances Humphrey) 48 

Osbobxe, Mes. Maubice M. (Cabot, Frances Anne) 117 

Otet, Mes. Dextee (Lewis, Elizabeth Dabney Langhome), 43 



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Otis, Mrs. Harold (Wardwell, Alice Dox), 147 

OuTLAND, Mrs. J. H. (Grimes, Ethel) 93 

Packer, Mrs. William Satterlbb (Frost, Mary Gertrude) 31 

Paddock, Mrs. Brace Whitman (Plunkett, Elizabeth KeUogg) 52 

Paine, Mrs. Howard Simmons (Potter, Sarah M.), 103 

Painter, Mrs. Jesse Carl (Towns, Rosamond Fay) 109 

Palmer, Mrs. Louis Jacquette (Buzby, Anne Knox) 117 

Parce, Mrs. Joseph Yale, Jr. (Taggart, Inez Lorena), 108 

Parker, Mrs. John Emilius (Bryan, Elizabeth M.) 19 

Parker, Mrs. Walter Adams (Beals, Annie Read) 113 

Patterson, Mrs. W. Wallace (HoUiday, Evelyn Macfarlane), 36 

Paxson, Mrs. Frederick Logan (Jackson, Helen Hale) 39 

Payne, Mrs. Ernest Robert (Hedges, Olive) , 95 

Pearson, Mrs. Henry Greenleaf (Winsor, Elizabeth Ware), 68 

Pease, Mrs. Lewis Frederic (Potts, Laurette Eustis), 53 

Peckitt, Mrs. R. G. (Kirkbride, Mary Amelia), 130 

Peirce, Mrs. George (Girdwood, Ethel Mathews), 32 

Peirce, Mrs. Joseph Otis (Wyeth, Helen Elizabeth), 69 

Pendergast, Mrs. Roland Ball (Niles, Gertrude Florence) 136 

Perkins, Mrs. Clarence (Evans, Adelaide Rebecca) 121 

Perry, Mrs. Harvey Chace (Sharpless, Lydia Trimble), 58 

Peterkin, Mrs. Albert Gordon (Fricke, Eleanor Frances), 92 

Pevear, Mrs. Chase Keith (Case, Mary Frank) 117 

Pfahler, Mrs. George Edward (Simpson, Frances Marion) 69 

Philips, Mrs. John C. (Hall, Florence), 94 

Phillips, Mrs. Howard Magill (Hall, Annette Louise) , 34 

Pierce, Mrs. Harry Cook (Spencer, Harriett Bennett), 142 

Pierce, Mrs. Henry Hii-l (Curtis, Katherine Robinson) 120 

Pierce, Mrs. Wilson Howard (Bancroft, Antoinette Louise) 113 

PiERsoN, Mrs. Newbold Leroy, Jr. (Colter, Helen Margaret), 118 

PiNNEY, Mrs. Edward G. (Stevenson, Harriet) 61 

Pitcher, Mrs. Frank H. (Brooks, Harriet) 70 

Pitts, Mrs. Henry Sullivan (DuVal, Kate Isabel) , 27 

Plaut, Mrs. Jacob M. (Sachs, Alice), 56 

Poensgen, Mrs. Carl Eduard (Miiller, Lillie Elizabeth) , 48 

PoLLAK, Mrs. Julian A. (Hyman, Louise), 38 

Pond, Mrs. Lucius Beverly (Cook, Ruth Hilma) 88 

PooLEY, Mrs. Thomas Edward (Morioe, Jane Rosalie) 48 

PooRMAN, Mrs. John Henry (Sturgis, Mary Bowler Vautier) 144 

Porter, Mrs. Charles Huntington (Richardson, Emily Martin), 105 

Porter, Mrs. Charles Robert (Patterson, Melissa Belle) 103 

Porter, Mrs. Gail Quincy (Chamberlain, Ethel Mary), 73 

Porter, Mrs. James Foster (Furness, Ruth Wadsworth) 31 

Poste, Mrs. Emerson Peck (Bixler, Irma Bertha), 16 

Pratt, Mrs. Henry Sherring (Gray, Agnes Woodbury) 93 

Pratt, Mrs. Maurice Baldwin (Darlington, Beulah Walter) 89 

Prestley, Mrs. John Lindsay (Guilford, Elizabeth Gleim) 33 

Prettyman, Mrs. Charles Gibbons (Yardley, Anna Hall) 150 

Prichard, Mrs. Charles Rollins (Mudge, Marion Christine) 135 

Prince, Mrs. Sidney Wallace (Miiller, Anna), 48 

Proskauer, Mrs. Joseph M. (Naumberg, Alice), 135 

Pulsford, Mrs. Ernest (Yardley, Clara Margaretta) 150 

PuLSiFER, Mrs. William H. (Pulsifer, Cornelia L. Boardman) 104 

Putnam, Mrs. George Haven (Smith, Emily James) 59 

Putnam, Mrs. Osgood (Chase, Lucy Edith) 118 

Putnam, Mrs. Willlam Edward, Jr. (Haughwout, Helen Preston) , 35 

Pyfer, Mrs. Howard Fritsch (Pyfer, Isabella May) 53 

Pyle, Mrs. David H. McAlpin (Merle-Smith, Dorothy) 47 



168 Married Names 



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Ptle, Mrs. Robert (Cadbury, Hannah Warner), 20 

QuiMBT, Mrs. George "Irving (Sweet, Ethelwyn), 144 

QuiNN, Mrs. Arthur Hobson (McKee, Helen) 133 

QuiNN, Mrs. Thomas Sidney (Light, Barbara Joyce), 131 

Radiguet, Mrs. Lionel (Clapp, Anna Verplanck) 118 

Rahillt, Mrs. David A. (Coyle, Margaret Hildegarde) 24 

Ransome, Mrs. Frederick Leslie (Rock, Amy Cordova), 55 

Rauh, Mrs. Aaron S. (Kohn, Elsie), 130 

Ravenel, Mrs. S. Prioleau (Leftwich, Florence), 6 

Raymond, Mrs. Edward Holman, Jr. (Ashwell, Grace Isabel) 14 

Recht, Mrs. Charles (Munn, Aristine P.) 48 

Reckitt, Mrs. Charles Colby (Goodrich, Elizabeth) 33 

Redfield, Mrs. John Mansfield (Henry, Elizabeth Prentiss), 36 

Reed, Mrs. Joseph S. (Moss, Carolyn Ladd), 135 

Reese, Mrs. Albert (Weaver, Beatrice), 66 

Reeves, Mrs. Joseph Mason (Watkins, Eleanor Merriken), 147 

Reilly, Mrs. John Rice (Dunham, Anna Mary) 27 

Remington, Mrs. Herbert Malcolm (Thompson, Elizabeth T.), 63 

Remington, Mrs. Joseph Percy (Parks, Georgiana M.) 137 

Reynolds, Mrs. Marshall J. (Smedley, Elizabeth B.), 107 

Rhoads, Mrs. Joseph Edgar (Chambers, Edith), 21' 

Rhodes, Mrs. Goodrich Barbour (Stewart, Frances M.) 143 

Rice, Mrs. Winthrop Merton (Reynolds, Grace Potter) 7 

Rich, Mrs. Corydon M. (Goddard, Grace) 93 

Richardson, Mrs. Arthur H. (Dorsey, Comfort Worthington) 27 

Rideout, Mrs. Harold Gushing (Nutting, Phoebe) 102 

Rider, Mrs. Harold Miloff (Tressel, Gertrude H.) 110 

RiESMAN, Mrs. David (Fleisher, Eleanor Louie), 29 

Riggs, Mrs. Austen Fox (McBurney, Alice) 133 

Righter, Mrs. Thomas M. (Mitchell, Renee) 47 

RiTZ, Mrs. Henry Clay (Failing, Katharine Fredrika) 29 

Robbins, Mrs. Frederick Wright (Anthony, Emily Frances), 13 

RoBBiNS, Mrs. Royal E. (Greenough, Eugenia), , 124 

Robinson, Mrs. Alfred Brookes (Blackwell, Ethel B.) 85 

Robinson, Mrs. George Orville (Bancroft, Jane M.), 72 

Robinson, Mrs. Henry Rayburn (Kaminski, Olive M.) 97 

Robinson, Mrs. Joseph Haswell (Levering, Mary A.) 43 

Robinson, Mrs. Percy James (de Beauregard, Esther Tontant), 72 

RoESLER, Mrs. Max (Baird, Alice Russell), 113 

Rogers, Mrs. Arthur D. (Rhodes, Anna Eaton) 105 

Rogers, Mrs. Daniel Miner (Christie, Mary Phelps) 118 

Rogers, Mrs. Gardner (Phillips, Grace), » . . 52 

Rose, Mrs. Abram John (Bru^re, Emmie Cornelia), 116 

RosENAU, Mrs. Milton J. (Frank, Myra B. Faith) 30 

RosETT, Mrs. Joshua (Carey, Louise) 117 

Ross, Mrs. Thomas (Blakey, May Louise) 16 

RossELL, Mrs. Henry Eastin (O'Connor, Agnes) 136 

Roth, Mrs. Albert S. (Bernheim, Helen) , 114 

Rousmaniere, Mrs. John Easton (Ayer, Mary Farwell), 14 

Rupert, Mrs. Charles G. (Swift, Anna Vaughan) 144 

Rush, Mrs. Calvin C. (Johnson, Annette), 96 

Russel, Mrs. Allen (Greeley, Helen Ridenour) 33 

Russell, Mrs. Bertrand (Smith, Alys Whitall PearsaU) 69 

Russell, Mrs. John Francis, Jr. (Taylor, Elizabeth Willis), 144 

Russell, Mrs. Nelson Gorham (Clinton, Ethel) 23 

RuTTER, Mrs. William McMurtrie (Ford, Lucia Osborne), 123 

Sage, Mrs. Nathaniel McLean (Simonds, Charlotte Victorine) 59 

St. John, Mrs. George Clare (Seymour, Clara Hitchcock) 58 



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Salsich, ]Mbs. Neil E. (Brady, Josephine Edith), 115 

Sampson, Mrs. Fbederick (Emory, Lucretia Van Bibber) 121 

Satjndebs, Mrs. Arthur Percy (Brownell, Louise Sheffield) 19 

Saunders, Mrs. Frederick A. (Elder, Grace A.), 28 

Saunders, Mrs. William Lapham (Stephens, Ehzabeth Ballantine), 142 

S.iVAGE, Mrs. Wilfred Willis (Robbins, Anna Cushman), 138 

Saville, Mrs. John Kimball (Mark, Lydia !Marie) 132 

Sawyer, Mrs. Harold Merriam (Ecob, Eleanor), 27 

Sax, ?vIes. Pbrcival M. (Schoneman, May Cadette) 57 

Saxton, Mrs. Eugene Francis (Plaisted, Martha) 52 

ScHENCK, Mrs. Edwin, Jr. (Smucker, Grace Acheson) 107 

ScHMiTZ, Mrs. Walter (McEwen, Madge) 46 

ScHOENTHAL, Mbs. Lionel (Silverman, Irma), 143 

ScHWABLE, Mbs. Heney Conead (Mead, Marion Lorraine), 46 

ScHWABTZ, Mbs. Louis (Adler, Marguerite Olga) 112 

ScHWEBEL, Mbs. Willlvm C. (Wischan, Pauline) 149 

ScooN, Mbs. Robebt Maxwell (Hibben, Elizabeth Grier) 36 

Scott, ^^Ibs. Abthue Hugh (Mintum, Mildred) 47 

Scott, Mrs. Samuel Bbyan (Morris, Margaretta) 48 

Scott, Mrs. Walter Ahner {Shoemaker, Martha), 107 

ScBiBNEB, Mrs. Aethub Hawley (Annan, Helen Culbertson) 13 

Seelye, Laurens Hickok (Chambers, Kate Ethel) 21 

Seevebs, Mbs. ISIarion Bbuneb (Meredith, Susan Lucille) 101 

Sellebs, ]Mes. Jasies Cadwaladeb, Jb. (Sellers, !Marjorie) 140 

Sensenig, Wayne (Crawford, Elizabeth Long), 24 

Sewall, Mbs. IMillard Freeman (Ditmars, Helen Sidney), 26 

Shaffer, ^Mrs. William Walter (Xesbit, Ethel) 101 

Shapley, Mbs. Hablon (Betz, Martha) 85 

Shaw, Mrs. Ralph M. {Stephens, Mary) 142 

Shaw, Mbs. William (Sedgwick, Elizabeth) 140 

Sheldon, Mbs. Carey S., Jr. (Dunbar, Ruth Juliette), 90 

Sherman, Mrs. John Homer (Williams, IMary Almira) 68 

Shbrwin, Mrs. Thomas Edwards (Blodgett, Emily Louise) 114 

Shipley, Mrs. Willlam Ellis (Cadbury, Carohne Warder), 117 

Shoup, Mrs. Francis E. (Howard, iMary Eloise) 127 

Showers, Mrs. John Balmer (Lorenz, Justina) , 44 

Shrieves, Mrs. Edwin Barnett (Unthank, Reba AUce) 110 

Shults, Mrs. James Clement (Dreutlein, Mae CeciUa), 90 

Slkellanos, Mrs. Angelo (Palmer, EvaUna) 136 

SiLYEY, Mrs. William (Archbald, Anna), 13 

Simpson, Mrs. Frank H. (Taylor, Anne), 62 

SiMPSONj Mrs. Laurance (Wilder, Laura) 148 

SiN^ERG, Mrs. John Howaed (Schamberg, Hermine Rice), 139 

Slade, Mrs. Fbancis Louis (McCormick, Caroline)^ 133 

Sladen, jSIbs. Habey Stinson (Strong, IMiriam) 143 

Slaughter, !Mbs. ]Moses Stephen (Taylor, Gertrude Elizabeth) '.• . 62 

Sloane, Mbs. John Eyee (Edison, Madeleine), '. . 121 

Smith, Mrs. Aa. Levering (Bacon, Ethel IMcCleUan) 14 

Smith, Mrs. Braineed Edwards (Mooers, Lihan Everett), 48 

Smith, !Mes. Charles Walter (Schrader, Elizabeth W.) 139 

Smith, Mrs. Donald Pritchett (Warner, Margaret Douglass), 147 

Smith, ]Mrs. Frank Stuabt (Peckham, Emily Comstock), 103 

Smith, IMbs. Hebbert Knox (Dietrich, Gertrude Elizabeth), 26 

Smith, Mrs. John H.oiold (Canan, Virginia Custer) 20 

Smith, Mrs. Joseph Lindon (Putnam, Corinna Haven), 138 

Smith, Mrs. Keith (Garrett, Helen AUce), 123 

Smith, Mrs. Roland Wright (Lawrence, Emily Sylvester) 130 



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Smith, Mbs. Thomas (Middleton, Helen), 47 

Smith, Mrs. William "Hemans (Nichols, Margaret P.) 49 

Smith, Mbs. William Roy (Parris, Marion) 6 

Smyth, Mbs. Hebbeet Weib (Smyth, Eleanor A.), 142 

Sntdbb, Mbs. DeWitt (Thurston, Blandina Sibyl) 109 

SoiTLE, Mbs. Winsob (Soule, Judith Brasher) 142 

Spalding, Mrs. Volney Morgan (Southworth, Effie A.) 81 

Spear, Mbs. Elwood Babkeb (Taylor, Edith Mendall), 108 

Spear, Mrs. Philip Bennet (Northrop, Mary), 136 

Speer, Mrs. Robert Elliott (Bailey, Emma Doll), 113 

Spencer, Mrs. Robert (Fulton, Margaret Alexina) 123 

Spencer, Mrs. Thomas C. (Klauder, Jeanette Cascaden), 41 

Spinney, Mrs. William (Foster, Mabel) 30 

Sprengee, Mrs. James Albert (Boyer, Judith McCutcheon), 17 

Springer, Mrs. Rtjter William (Lynch, Gertrude Mason), 131 

Stagey, Mrs. Sidney G. (Brombacher, Caroline Garner), 73 

Starzenski, Mrs. Victor (Spraguesmith, Hilda), 60 

Stebblns, Mrs. Joel (Prentiss, May Louise) 104 

Steel, Mrs. Sanger Bright (Warren, Marion Parsons) 147 

Stein, Mbs. J. Rauch (Harnish, Blanche Marie), 125 

Steinhaet, Mrs. Jesse Henry (Sussman, Amy) 61 

Stephen, Mrs. Adrian Leslie (CosteUoe, Karin E. C. M.), 119 

Stephens, Mrs. Redmond Davis (Ream, Marion Buckingham) 54 

Steen, Mbs. J. David (Lit, Juliet Ephraim), 131 

Stevens, Mrs. Brooks (Ames, Edith) 112 

Stevens, Mrs. Weld Mebrick (Steams, Alice Anita) 142 

Stevens, Mrs. Walter Phelps (McAnulty, Anna) 46 

Stewart, Mrs. Geobge Hebbert (Brooks, Ethel Helena), 115 

Stewart, Mrs. James M. (Pinney, Grace) 52 

Stifleb, Mbs. James Madison (Burnley, Mary Cloyd) , 73 

Stine, Mbs. John C. (Paxson, Carohne Ely), 51 

Stinson, Mbs. Edgae (CarroU, Ann a. Belle) 87 

Std^^son, Mbs. Robebt Money (Workman, Anna Cheney) 69 

Stix, Mrs. Ernest Willl^m (Kingsbacher, Erma) 130 

Stockwell, Mrs. Feedebick Emerson (MacCracken, Fay Mary) 45 

Stoddard, Mrs. Lawrence Joseph (Bartlett, Laura Alice), 113 

Stokes, Mrs. Francis Joseph (Woodruff, Lelia True) 69 

Stone, Mrs. Fbancis Hath.'^wat (Stetson, Lydia Alma), 142 

Stout, Mbs. Henby Lane (Ziesing, Gertrude) 150 

Stbauss, Mrs. Berthold (Laser, Lillian J.) 42 

Strauss, Mrs. Richabd (Shapiro, Rebecca) 81 

Stbachey, Mbs. Oliver (Costelloe, Rachel Conn) 88 

Stbeepeb, Mrs. John S. (Mitchell, Gertrude), . . 101 

Street, Mrs. Albert Bates (Pomeroy, Lida) 103 

SULLOWAY, Mrs. Frank Jones (Thayer, Margaret) ; 63 

Sunstein, Mrs. Elias (Kingsbacher, Gertrude) 130 

SuppLEE, Mrs. J. Frank, Jr. (Arthurs, Martha Montgomery) 14 

SuTLiFF, Mrs. Edward Milton (Lautz, Gertrude May), 98 

Swan, Mrs. Henry (Denison, Carla) 26 

Swartzlandeb, Mbs. Joseph R. (Hart., Rebecca Purdy), 125 

Swift, Mbs. Henby (Ranlet, Josephine) 137 

SwiGGETT, Mbs. Glen Levin (Bain, Emma) 84 

Swope, Mbs. Ger.ved (Hill, Mary Dayton) 36 

Tanneb, Mrs. Herbert Hor.^tio (Oglevee, Jessie Eagleson) 136 

Tanner, Mrs. John Stewart (Anderson, Eleanor Milbank) 112 

Tatnall, Mrs. Henry Lea, Jr. (Swift, Frances Dorr) 144 

Taylor, Mbs. Archibald Wellington (Ross, Anna) 55 

Tayloe, Mbs. Charles Shoemaker (Allinson, Gertrude) 112 



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Taylor, Mrs. Paul Clifford (Miller, Emma Louise) 47 

Taylor, Mrs. Richard Vipon, Jr. (Sampson, Anne Russell) 139 

Taylor, Mrs. William Reed (Kelley, Katharine Mildred) , 40 

Tennent, Mrs. David Hilt (Maddux, Esther) 132 

von Ternes, Mrs. Friedrich (Cable, JNIiriam Louise), 117 

Terrell, Mrs. Rendel H. (Rannells, Sara Wiley) 104 

Test, Mrs. Louis Agassi/ (Greene, Inez Abigail) 93 

Thom, Mrs. Hunt Reynolds Mayo (Hopkins, Helen RoKe) 37 

Thom, Mrs. J. Pembroke (Stirhng, Margaret Yates) 143 

Thomas, Mrs. Arthur Henry (Willits, Esther Evans) , 148 

Thomas, Mrs. Henry M. (Carey, Josephine G.), 117 

Thomas, Mrs. Is-4a.c Biddlb (Utley, EUzabeth Minerva), . . . . ; 146 

Thompson, Mrs. William Edward fDodd, Hannah Maria), 26 

Thorne, Mrs. Samuel Brinckerhof (Kemmerer, Gertrude), 129 

Thorpe, Mrs. Warren Parsons (Converse, Helen Prentiss) , 23 

TiERNEY, Mrs. J. Wilbur (Albertson, Lydia Mitchell) 13 

Tiffany, Mrs. Charles Lewis (Ely, Katrina Brandes) 28 

Tilt, Mrs. Joseph Edward (Bass, Stella) 84 

ToBiN, Mrs. Arthur Collson (Roche, Helen Marie), 138 

ToBiN, AIrs. Horace Bailey (Linburg, Emma Hillman) 43 

Todd, Mrs. Arthur Stanley (Hopkins, Nellie Louise) 127 

Todd, Mrs. Laurence (Leupp, Constance Davis) 43 

Tondel, Mrs. Lyman Mark (Sweet, Emma), 61 

ToRBEHT, Mrs. James Rockwell (Townsend, Elizabeth Parker) 145 

Travers, Mrs. Sylvan Morse (Akers, Deborah Chase), 83 

Tripp, Mrs. Roswell Chester (Wyman, Florence Julien) 150 

Tubby, Mrs. Josiah T., Jr. (Peckham, Mary) 51 

TuRNBULL, Mrs. Bayai d (Tones, Margaret Sparhawk) 40 

Turner, Mrs. Albert Disston (Fleming, Harriett Edna) , 122 

Turner, Mrs. Paul Newell (Sperry, Maud Franklin) 142 

TussTNG, Mrs. Reginald Miller (Carroll, Marie Josephine), 87 

Tyler, Mrs. Asa M. (Wilkinson, Laura E.) 67 

Tyler, Mrs. George Trotter (Coles, Therese Pauline) 118 

Tyler, Mrs. Leonard Sanford (.Jaynes, ^hce Dickson) 39 

UcHiDA, Viscountess Yasuga (Dogura, Masa) 26 

Uhl, Mrs. Edward Lewis (Albee, Maria Hawes), 7 

Urie, Mrs. John Fr.^ncis (Foulke, Caroline Reeves) 30 

Updegraff, Mrs. David Benjamin (Atherton, Melanie Gildersleeve) 14 

Van Dyne, Mrs. Henry Bowers (Nearing, Dorothy) 49 

Van Wagnen, Mrs. Ray M. (Schummers, Margreta L.) 139 

Vauclain, Mrs, Samuel M., Jr. (Canan, Mary Hilda) 20 

Vauclain, Mrs. Jacques Leonard (Elliot, Myra), 28 

Vietoh, Mrs. Ernest C. (Southwick, Katherine Mason), 142 

Von Klenbusch, Mrs. Carl Otto (Pressinger, Mildred) 53 

Voorhees, Mrs. James Dayton (Dcnison, Elsa) 26 

VoRSE, Mrs. Albert Ogden (Yarnall, Emma) 69 

Wadleigh, Mrs. Luther Ogden (Budd, Harriet May) 86 

Waite, Mrs. Henry Matson (Brown. Mary Mason), 116 

Wakefield, Mrs. Walter James (Cameron, Mary WUey), 20 

Wakeman, Mrs. Bertis R. ("Reynolds, Sophie S.) 105 

Walbridge, Mrs. Newman (MiUer, Julia Stedman) 134 

Walcott, Mrs. Robert (Richardson, Marj^ Tuckerman), 54 

Walker, Mrs. John Benjamin (Pelletier, Helene), 137 

Walker, Mrs. Thomas Joseph (MiUer, Mary Ruth), 47 

Walkep, Mrs. William Pomp (Dudley, Margaret), 121 

Walker, Mrs. William Torrey (Cuthbert, Miriam) 120 

Wallace, Mrs. Robert (Vick, Ethel) , 65 

Wallace, Mrs. Tom (French, Augusta Graham), 30 



172 Married Xames 

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Waixoweb, ZMbs. Edgab Zollixger (Calder, Helen Remington), 117 

Walsh, ]Mes. John Henbt (McBride, Jessie Chambers), 46 

Walsh, Mes. Timotht (Wright, Marian Adams) 69 

Waples, Mbs. Rttfus, Jb. (Howson, Agnes), 37 

Wartxg, !Mes. Edts^aed H. (Peckham, Laura) , 51 

Wabxee, Mbs. James Edso:?^ (Railsback, jMartha Binford) 104 

Wasxee. 3.Ies Robeet Ltox (Pearson, -Anne Rutherford') 137 

Wabeex, Z\Ies. HE>rBT Edwaed (Moore, Rachel Bigelow) 135 

Waeeex, Mes. Joseph (WUliams, Constance ]Martha) 67 

Wabbex, Mes. Rattsox (Goodale, Catherine Warren), 32 

Watkts-, Mes. Robeet Xuckols (Cockrell, Josephine E.) 23 

Watkixs, Mes. Asa Duput (Day, Dorothea) 25 

WatkiTis, Mrs. Benjamin FranMin {ChenauU, Sue Shirley), 1 18 

Watsox, !Mes. Coex-eltcs Bushxell (Smith, Louise Eugenie), 141 

Watsox, Mes. Geoege (Atkinson, Mary Janney), 14 

Watmax, Mes. Chaeles Staefoed (Godfrej-, Dorothy) 124 

Weatzb, Mes. Bex. Peelet (Porter, Lucile Anne), 52 

Webb, ^^Ibs. William Tibbitts (Murtha, ZMary Washburn), 101 

Webstee, Mbs. Johx E. (Steenberg, Bessie) 108 

Webstee, Mis. RoXALD (Fabian, Elizabeth Storrs), 28 

Weems, ^Ies. Philip Tax Hoex (Thackraj-, -Margaret) , 144 

Weill, !Mes. Alfbed S. (Young, Louise Steele), 150 

Weimee, Mes. William Haeeisox, Jb. (Ford, Grace !Marie) 123 

Weist, !Mes. Habet Hibbaed (Cilley, Alice Longfellow) 22 

Wellixg, Mes. Johx Paul (Walker, Harriet Warner), 147 

Wells, Mbs. Cliffoed Giddixgs (Waldron, Helen Stockton) 147 

Wells, Mes. Feedeeick Ltmax (Smart, Florence Gertrude) 107 

Weetheim tox HErsELOM, Mes. Hexei P. (SeUgman, Gladys) 140 

West, Mbs. W. Xelsox L. (West, Anna Ervina) 148 

Westcott, Mrs. John Howell (^Sampson, Edith F.) 11 

Wheeler, Mrs. Arthur Leslie (Wheeler, May L.), 148 

Wheeleb, Mbs. Feedeeick Hovet (Moore, Ethel Belle) 135 

Wheelee, Mes. Hex'bt Hathaway (Xeergaard, Edith Louise),. 135 

Whebbt, Mbs. Johx Fbedebic (Brown, Edna Florence) 116 

White, Mbs. Albeet C. (Peck, Louise Ljinan), 51 

White, Mes. David (Hackney, Henrj-anna Clay) 93 

White, !Mbs. Haeold Teedwat (Underhill, Ruth) 146 

White, Mbs. Heebeet Elmoee (Howard, Hazel Antoinette), 95 

White, Mbs. Iseael Loset (Baldwin, Grace Peckham) 113 

White, Mes. Pattl Helb (Malott, Daisj* Patterson), 132 

Whitmax, Mes. Rogeb Beadbxtbt (Curtis, Marian) 120 

Whitxet, Mbs. Abthte Edwaed (Craig, Florence Colgate) 119 

Wmiti'IXGTOX, Mbs. William Madisox (Aven, Anna !Maud), 72 

WiLBUE, !Mes. Beetbaxd KixGSBrET (Dean, Anna Elliott) 120 

Wilcox, Mes. William W. (Lawall, IVIarion Louise), 130 

WrLDEE, Mbs. Laweexce Rcssell (Patten, Agnes) 137 

Wiles, Mbs. Thomas Lixwood (Fauvre, Madeline Maus) 29 

Wiles, Mrs. Thomas L. {KeUen. Ruth), 129 

WiLET, !Mbs. Meblcn" (Sej-mour, Helen) 140 

WiLLABD, Mbs. Aethcb Dewalt (Stoner, ZMary Ella), 61 

Williams, Mes. Hexet S. (Garrett, Marj- Rhoads) 123 

Whliamsox, Mes. Chaeles C. (Williamson, Bertha Torrey) Ill 

WrLSOX, Mbs. Edmuxd Beechee (Kidder, Anne Maynard) 41 

WiLsox, Mbs. Geoege Aethue (Warren, Winifred) 7 

WiLSOx, Mes. R. J. (Xorthway, :Mary Isabel), 79 

WrsTBET, Mbs. Geoege Hebmox Latxe (Runyon, Henrietta Bronston) 139 

WrxG, Mes. Asa Shove (Xicholson, Elizabeth Robeson), 137 

Wixshtp, Mbs. Hebbixg (Wood, Florence) 149 



Married Names 173 

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WiTHERSPOOX, Mrs. Chables R. (Miles, Ruth Helene), 47 

Wolf, AIrs. James Staklet (Fleisher, Madeleine Wolf) 29 

Wolf, Mrs. Lester (Leopold, Florence Stein), 43 

De Wolf, Mrs. Philip (Wood, Ruth Blanche Isabella), 68 

WoLSTENHOLiiE, !Mrs. Hollis (Cox, CaioHne Bessie), 24 

Wood, Mrs. Arthur Ev.vn's (Bishop, Julia Lewis), 114 

Wood, Mrs. Rollin Darnall (Schram, Hilpa Serena), 57 

Wood, Mrs. Willl^m Stroud (Longstreth, Edith May) 44 

Woods, Mrs. Andrew Hexrt (Sinclair, Fanny Soutter) 59 

Woods, Mrs. Charles A. (Taylor, IMarion Satterthwaite) , 144 

Woodward, Mrs. Horace Arthur (Schiedt, Helen Lee), 57 

Woodward, jMrs. Robert Simpson (Woodward, Madalene Heroy) Ill 

WooLiLAN, AIks. Henry Newbold (Boude, ^Mary Scott Clendenia), 115 

WooLSET, Mrs. William Cavan (Heike, Louise Ottilie), 126 

WoRTHiNGTON, Mrs. J. Kent (Spencep, Mary Worsdale), 60 

Worthixgton, Mrs. Thomas K. (Thomas, Mary Grace) 144 

WoBTHiNGTON, Mrs. Union (Colton, Clara Beaumont), 119 

Wright, Mrs. Henry Collier (Blose, Corinne) 17 

Wright, IMrs. J. Edmund (France, Wilmer Cave), 75 

Wright, Mrs. Vernon AiiES (Clarke, Grace TUeston) 118 

Wright, Mes. Williaji Van Doren (Stephens, Louise Brier), 142 

Wynne, Mrs. Philip Henry (Whiting, Agnes Mary) 67 

Yandell, Mrs. Lunsford Pitts (Hosford, Elizabeth Sanborn) 127 

Yaenelle, Mrs. William Page (Porter, Clara Phelps) , 52 

Yeazell, Mrs. Harry Akin (Campbell, Cornelia Sarah), 20 

Yoakam, Mrs. Maynabd Kauffxl^jn' (Thayer, Aurie C), 62 

Young, Mrs. Andrew (Murdoch, Charlotte Soutter) 101 

Yow, !Mrs. Jones duBignon (Shadburn, Lucille), 140 

Zalinski, Mrs. Edward Robins (de Schweinitz, Agnes) 11 

Zimmerman, Mrs. John Franklin (Horine, Anna Mary), 95 

Zinno, Mrs. Donato (Fink, Henry) , 122 



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Geographical Distribution 



Geographical Distrihidion of Alumnw and Former Studejits. 



AUBAMA. 

Birmingham. 

Blount, E. 

Gibson, L. I. 

London. M. P. 
Fort Payne. 

Wood, M. 
Lafayette. 

AUen, R. L. 
Montgomery. 

Marks, E. S. 
Scottsboro. 

Heath, M. B. 

ALASKA. 

Fairbanks. 

Horine, A. M. 
YaUez. 

Pickel, A. J. 

ARIZONA. 

Orade. 

Ropes, M. 
Phoenix. 

Houghton, T. G. 

Tuscan. 

Cameron, M. W. 

Yuma. 
Darlington, S. W. 

ARKANSAS. 

Conway. 

Abbott, F. X. 
Hot Springs. 

Wood, M. 
Little Rock. 

PoweU, L. A. 
Pine Bluff. 

Houston, J. T. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Berkeley. 

Adams, S. F. 
Allen, E. B. 
Fink, H. 
Harbach, M. A. 
Hewitt, J. G. 
Mason, G. H. 
Peck, E. R. 
Pratt, A. S. 
Preble. J. L. 

Bishop. 

Winterbotham, G. F. 

China. 

Mitchell, E. Y. 
Chula Vista. 

Richards, C. R. 
Corona. 

WUliams, A. A. 

Coronado. 

Sherman, A. H. 

Haywards. 

Garretson, A. E. 

Loma Linda. 

Southworth, E. A. 



Long Beach. 
Akers, D. C. 
Akers, R. F. 
Wheeler, E. F. 

Los Angeles. 
Allison, E. M. 
Downer, A. P. 
Fernald, G. M. 
Harrison, M. A. 
Hellings, E. L. 
Holliday, L. S. 
Johnson, A. P. 
Johnson, E. 
Lawther, M. R. 
Marble, E. D. 
Scheurer, 0. M. 
Vallely, E. 
Vennum, M. D. 
Tickers, F. C. 
Walker, A. M. 
Los Gatos. 

True, H. E. 
Merced. 

UnderhiU, M. R. 
Morgan Hill. 

Burchard, A. E. 
Oakland. 

Gibbons, V. L. 

Merr%-, F. E. 
Palmer, L. M. 

Traver, H. 
Ojai. 

Dale, J. 
Pacific Grove. 

Barnhisel, C. G. 

Gardner, E. D. 

Piatt, J. B. 
Pasadena. 

Betz, M. 

Culin, M. B. 

Forman, A. E. 

HoweU. J. T. 

Lewis, M. H. 

McXaughton, C. R. 

Xaylor, E. R. 

Xelden, M. L. 

Xorton, M. H. 

Porter, K. 

Richardson, E. L. 

Vail, A. 

WiLLiams, K. E. 

Piedmont. 
Mort, D. 
Zabriskie, Z. J. 

Redlands. 

Burrell, E. L. 
Lehman, L. P. 

Sacramento. 
Glide, M. L. 
Rible, B. 

San Diego. 
Cook, R. H. 

San Francisco. 
Barrette, K. B. 
Bradford, H. 
Brandenstein, E. 
Chase, L. E. 
^Montenegro, C. 



Perkins, E. ^I. 

Sussman, Ahce. 

Sussman, Amy. 

Wiener, E. 
San Jose. 

Bowman, E. A. 

Losse, V. B. 

Montgomerj', A. 

Shelley, H. H. 
Sa7i Luis Obispo. 

Roberts, E. E. 
San Mateo. 

Robinson, E. A. 

San Rafael. 

Watkins, E. M. 
Santa Barbara. 

Palmer, S. S. 

Soule, J. B. 

Tudor, M. 
Sausalito. 

CampbeU, C. S. 
Torrance. 

BunneU. C. T. 

Hammond, A. B. 

Visalia. 

Raboum, S. B. F. 

Rabourn, S. :M. W. 
Whittier. 

Harrison. S. R. 

Howard, H. A. 

Hutchinson, M. 

Lewis, S. E. 

Tostenson, H. 

COLORADO. 

Boulder. 

Lippoldt, G. L. 
Colorado Springs. 

Hamilton, A. G. 
Denrer. 

Beslv, V. 

Boyd, L. P. 

Denison, C. 

Douglas, X. W. 

Hardin, V. 

LeFevre, E. F. 

Laj-ton, ^L H. 

Xewlin, F. A. 

Patterson, M. M. 

Taggart, I. L. 

Vaille, H. W. 
Fort Collins. 

Xebeker, E. 
Las Animas. 

Klett, E. M. 
Limon. 

Riggs, I. L. 
Oak Creek. 

Beardshear, H. L. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Bridgeport. 
Hills, E. A. 
Utley, C. M. 
Warren, L. B. 

Bristol. 
Brownell, J. L. 



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Derby. 

Ailing, C. E. 
Farmington. 

Dietrich, G. E. 
Greenwich. 

Augur, M. A. 

Baker, E. G. 

Branson, L. E. 

Harlan, M. M. 

Hoyt, H. S. 

McLane, H. E. 

Mendendez, L. P. 

Phillips, A. T. 

Rand, E. C. 

Robinson, H. L. 

Sealy, E. 

Stearns, A. A. 
Hartford. 

Doolittle, M. 

Houghton, K. M. 

Little, L. M. 

Mattson, R. T. 

Spangler, H. M. 

Temple, M. E. 
Kent. 

Connelly, M. H. 
Meriden. 

Haines, G. P. 

Nagel, C. L. 
Middlebury. 

Clark, L. 

Mitchell, G. D. 
Milford. 

Baldwin, S. A. 
Mt. Carmel. 

Hitotsuyanagi, M. 
New Canaan. 

Thayer, D. 

White, M. E. 
New Haven. 

Albee, M. H. 

Baird, A. R. 

Canada, M. A. 

Corwin, M. T. 

Curtis, M. 

Dewell, J. K. 

Godfrey, D. 

Grice, E. M. 

Hahn, D. A. 

Heermance, L. W. 

Holden, C. 

Jaynes, A. D. 

Jenkins, M. B. 

Leffingwell, A. G. 

Lyon, J. A. 

Morris, M. 

Palmer, M. 

Ross, H. K. 

Taft, H. H. 

Thacher, H. F. 

Thompson, A. M. 

Walker, E. H. 

Withington, M. C. 
New London. 

Marsh, C. A. 

Sutton, J. D. 
Norwalk. 

Boyer, E. E. 
Lewis, M. 

Norwich. 

Marshall, H. 

Putnum. 

Danielson, R. 



Ridgefield. 

Blackwell, M. B. G. 
Riverside. 

Hopkins, N. L. 
Rockville. 

Keeney, H. 
Sandy Hook. 

Tibbals, K. W. 
South Manchester. 

Cheney, M. 
Stamford. 

Faulkner, E. 

Reynolds, G. P. 

Shipley, M. B. 

Tinker, R. 
Thompson. 

Dessau, F. M. 

Mathewson, F. T. 
Torrington. 

Chamberlain, E. M. 
Wallingford. 

Seymour, C. H. 
Waterbury. 

Bancroft, A. L. 
West Haven. 

Moody, M. G. 
Wethersfleld. 

Robbins, A. C. 

Robbins, H. 
Willimantic. 

Greely, A. 
Windsor. 

Belding, J. 

DELAWARE. 

Claymont. 

Ivory, E. S. 
Georgetown. 

Gilliland, M. 
Lewes. 

Dodd, H. M. 
Marshallton. 

Swift, A. V. 
Milfcrd. 

Yardley, A. H. 
Wilmington. 

Bates, M. H. 

Bush, E. D. 

Chambers, E. 

Dure, A. 

Hall, F. 

Hearne, A. 

Hinrichs, G. M. 

Holland, M. E. 

James, L. 

Shearman, M. H. 

Swift, F. D. 

Vernon, E. 

Weldin, G. T. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Washington. 
Baker, M. W. 
Barney, S. 
Bibb, G. B. 
Bley, H. M. 
Bliss, E. F. 
Boggs, A. U. 
Bready, M. 
Chase, E. B. 
Coyle, S. E. 



Creighton, C. 
Delano, L. 
Falk, Z. S. 
Foster, V. B. 
Gannett, A. P. 
George, M. R. E. 
Harding, C. G. 
Hunter, M. J. 
Irvine, M. A. 
Langellier, A. F. 
Leupp, C. D. 
Lombardi, L. 
McBride, J. C. 
Meigs, G. L. 
Nash, C. R. 
Ogden, E. L. 
Putnam, S. 
Riggs, H. S. 
Robins, F. E. 
Rochester, A. 
Rock, A. C. 
Roelker, M. M. 
Ross, E. 
Rupli, T. R. 
Scriven, K. 
Southerland, H. R. 
Spray, R. G. 
Stevens, H. L. 
Strong, A. L. 
Strong, M. U. 
Tanner, R. F. 
Tappan, E. 
Thayer, A. C. 
Tressel, G. H. 
Wallace, E. W. 
Warrin, M. R. 
Wolf, M. V. 

FLORIDA. 

Marco. 

Johnson, M. A. 
Osteen. 

Chandler, G. W. 
Pensacola. 

McMillan, M. 
Sanford. 

Hulley, H. S. 
Zellwooa. 

Baker, P. 

GEORGIA. 

Athens. 

Balderston, E. G. 

HoUingsworth, L. W. 
Atlanta. 

Daughtrey, G. 
Augusta. 

Deming, C. 

Avalon. 

Shadburn, L. 

Beachton. 

Mason, A. E. 

Decatur. 

Cady, M. L. 
Stocking, R. J. 

Macon. 
Wood, F. 

Savannah. 
Bryan. H. K. 

Thomusville. 
Hopkins, E. F. 



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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Honolulu. 
Bean, C. E. 

Schaefer, E. F. 

Swanzy, N. M. 
Schofield Barracks. 

Goodale, C. W. 
Wailuku. 

Sinclair, A. 

IDAHO. 

Boise. 

McCarroll, H. E. 

Caldwell. 

Filliiis, E. S. 
Lewiston. 

Moss, C. L. 

Vollmer, G. 
Pocatello. 

Eddy, H. M. 

Steams, S. B. 

ILLINOIS. 

Aurora. 

Guffey, M. E. 
KeUey, A. M. 
Carlintille. 

Boysen, M. J. 
Champaign. 

Goodman, B. F. 
Rolfe, M. D. 
Charleston. 

Urdahl, M. 
Chester. 

Cole, B. E. 

Cole, D. 
Chicago. 

AUport, C. E. 

Atherton, L. P. 

Ayer, M. H. 

Bass, S. 

Brovm, H. D. 

Brown, M. W. 

Bryant, C. R. 

Chase, C. 

Chase, D. 

Chisholm, M. E. 

Clark, Z. E. 

Coulter, H. B. 

Doe, J. A. 

Dougherty, E. 

Douglas, G. 

Dudley, D. 

Dudley, H. 

Dudley, K. 

Duror, C. A. 

Edwards, P. C. H. 

Elfreth, A. E. 

Fabian, E. S. 

Fairbank, N. 

Flexner, 2M. 

Follansbee, E. D. 

Follansbee, S. D. 

Foulke, C. R. 

Foulke, M. T. R. 

Fowler, E. 

Freer, E. 

Gannon, K. H. 

Gates, F. C. 

Gerstenberg, A. 

Gilroy, H. T. 
Goodrich, E. 
Greeley, E. E. 



Greeley, H. R. 
Gross, E. 
Hayes, B. :M. 
Head, M. L. 
Henkle, A. B. 
Henry, 'M. E. 
Hinde, H. H. 
Hobson, M. B. 
Houghteling, H. P. 
Houghtehng, L. 
Hovt, E. M. 
Hurd, E. C. 
Kurd, H. E. 
Landsberg, C. 
Lewis, M. H. 
MarshaU, L. C. 
Martin, A. L. 
Mason, F. E. 
Mason, R. F. 
North, D. 
Posse, C. F. 
Railsback, M. B. 
Ream, M. B. 
Riddle, ^1. A. 
Roche, H. M. 
Rosenfeld, G. E. 
Schafiner, INI. 
Scott, M. S. 
Scribner, M. B. 

Shaw, E. W. 

Sheldon, ^I. 

Skinner, M. E. 

Smith, D. I. 

Smith, S. R. M. 

Staples, H. R. 

Stephens, L. B. 

Stevens, A. C. 

Stirling, J. W. 

Stout, K. H. 

Sudler, M. V. 

Tredway, H. 

Vincent, I. D. 

Wagner, L. D. 

Waldron, H. S. 

Walker, A. M. 

Walker, H. W. 

Warren, M. P. 

Weidensall, C. J. 

Winchester, E. L. 

Wooldridge, G. L. P. 

Wyatt, E. F. 

Ziesing, G. L. 

Decatur. 

Bering, M. I. 
Roberts, R. 
Schram, H. S. 

Ecanston. 

Burnley, M. C. 
Coale, H. C. 
Congdon, G. 
Congdon, L. 
Daniels, C. S. 
East, H. C. 
Fabian, M. 
Fabian, M. H. 
F\-fe, F. :M. 
Holliday, E. M. 
Lie well j-n, G. 
Lyon, E. T. 
Patten, A. 
Scudder, M. G. 
Sprj% G. 

Van Schaaok, A. L. 
White, A. L. 

Galesburg. 
iloore, L. H. 



Oilman. 

Stevenson, D. 

Highland Park. 
Engelhard, M. J. 
:McCauley, K. L. 
L'llmann, M. 
Hinsdale, 

Barton, K. S. 
Hubbard Woods. 
Furness, R. W. 
Mcllvaine, R. L. 
Porter, F. 
Jacksonville. 

Steward, H. R. 
Kenilworth. 

Churchill, ^I. G. 
RockweU, C. L. 
Lake Bluff. 
Gribi, M. 
Lake Forest. 
Crane, F. A. 
Denise, E. 
Hulburd, E. 
Mark, L. M. 
Thompson, J. 
Maywood. 

Brown, J. S. 
Mechanicsburg. 

Himes, A. 'SI. 
Melvin. 

Perry, L. 
Oak Park. 

Bryant, M. E. 
Peoria. 

Mattson, E. 
Princeton. 

Greenwood, C. D. 
River Forest. 

WaUer, M. K. 
Rockford. 

Bramhall, E. C. 
Springfield. 
Brown, C. 
Lit, J. E. 
Wines, E. S. 
Urbana. 

Colgan, A. E. 
Duncan, M. S. 
Kingsley, M. W. 
Prentiss, M. L. 
Stanton, M. B. 
Winnetka. 
Coffin, D. 
Copeland, M. B. 
Dujiham, A. M. 
Elmer, E. N. 
Ford, L. O. 
Lj-nde, I. A. 
Nash, M. C. 
Otis, L. 
Smyth, A. G. 
Tenney, E. L. 

INDIANA. 

Bloomingdale. 
Miles, C. 

Evansville. 
Agg, R. 

Fortville. 
Tritipoe, V. 



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Fort Wayne. 

Porter, C. P. 

Porter, L. A. 

Wilkinson, L. E. 
Huntington. 

Reichenbach, L. V. 
Indianapolis. 

Adams, E. R. 

Atkins, S. F. 

Brooks, H. B. 

Caldwell, E. P. 

Darkow, M. D. 

Furnas, M. M. 

Haines, J. L. 

Henley, F. R. 

HoUiday, M. E. 

Landers, J. E. 

Lawther, E. T. 

Lewis, C. 

Malott, D. P. 

Malott, E. L. 

McCuUoch, A. 

Nichols, E. 

Philputt, G. M. 

Wolf, E. P. 
Irvington. 

Hill. S. D. 
Knox. 

Reiss, S. L. 
Kokomo. 

Landers, P. A. 
Liberty. 

Thurston, B. S. 
Logansport. 

Pond, C. P. 
Mishawaka. 

Eddingfield, J. C. 
Montezuma. 

Cowgill, M. 
Muncie. 

Goddard, A. 
New Castle. 

Coffin, M. L. 

Hedges, O. 

Saint, P. 
Richmond. 

Jay, A. E. 

Kaminski, O. M. 

Long, F. 

Riggs, C. L. 
Stilesville. 

Gentry, R. 
Terre Haute. 

Cox, D. H. 

Cox, L. H. 

James, C. A. 

Spencer, F. G. C. 
Valley Mills. 

Furnas, E. 

IOWA. 

Ackworth. 

Smith, E. E. 
Am,es. 

Greene, L A. 

Johnson, R. V. 
Cedar Rapids. 

Beechley, L. J. 

Sinclair, A. M. 
Chariton. 

Murray, M, 



Correctionville. 

McCreery, V. 
Des Moines. 

Gabriel, G. E. 

Haines, M. 

Hume, M. 

Lambert, L. V. 

Meredith, S. L. 

Shloss, I. B. 
Dubuque. 

Bissell, B. G. 

Bissell, M. 

Lawther, A. B. 

Richards, T. L. 
Grinnell. 

King, M. S. 
Iowa City. 

Dyer, M. 
loiva Falls. 

Pyle, M. W. 
Keokuk. 

Meigs, C. L. 
Marshalltown. 

Haskell, C. F. 
New Sharon. 

Kissick, E. K. 
Onawa. 

Clark, F. L. 
Oskaloosa. 

Bruff, A. M. 

Burnside, M. H. 

Coleman, J. H. 

Lewis, R. E. 
Ottumwa. 

Bousquet, A. C. D. 
Sioux City. 

Hood, I. M. 

Pelletier, H. 

Unthank, R. A. 
Union. 

Marshall, M. 

KANSAS. 

Baldwin City. 

Ewart, J. C. 
Blue Rapids. 

Francisco, L. 
Kansas City. 

Warkentin, E. W. 
Lane. 

Cowan, M. K. 
Lawrence. 

Brook, E. C. 

Emery, A. 

Grimes, E. 

Hyde, I. H. 

Nowlin, N. 

Stevens, L. 
Manhattan. 

Syford, C. M. 
Topeka. 

Bauer, R. E. 

Hopkins, E. P. 

Sweet, A. B. 

Win&ton, M. F. 
Vining. 

Wangerien, S. S. 
Wichita. 

Brooks, H. J. 

Calderhead, I. G. 

Strong, M. 



KENTUCKY. 

Anchorage. 

Montenegro, S. 
Chilesburg. 

Wilder, L. 
Fort Thomas. 

Collins, P. 
Lexington. 

Morgan, E. K. H. 

Neville, M. 

Neville, Z. 

Preston, M. W. 

Wilson, C. V. 
London. 

Vail, E. R. 
Louisville. 

Adams, J. S. 

Barbour, E. G. 

Bedinger, M. V. 

Bernheim, H. 

Brandeis, A. 

Brown, M. W. 

Duke, J. B. 

Flexner, H. 

French, A. G. 

Kellen, G. 

McDonald, C. 

Peck, M. W. 

Pfuhl, S. A. 

Staadeker, J. M. 

Witherspoon, P. F. 
Middlesboro. 

Thompson, C. B. 
Nicholasville. 

Evans, K. M. 

Stanton. 

Pomeroy, D. 

LOUISIANA. 

Alexandria. 
Savage, W. B. 

New Orleans. 
Jeffers, M. 
Jones, E. P. 
Meyer, E. 
Peebles, F. 

Shreveport. 
Railsback, M. 

MAINE. 

Bangor. 

Griscom, E. L. 
Pfaff, E. C. 
Shute, H. W. 

Belfast. 

Ferguson, L. F. 

Brunswick. 

MoKeen, A. L. 
McKeen, E. F. 

Camden. 

Wheeler, A. M. 

Cumberland Mills. 
Pearson, B. 

East Lowell. 
Rogerson, J. L. 

North Berwick. 
Rushmore, F. 

Orono. 

Boring, A. M 



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Geographical Distribviion 



Portland. 

Locke, G. P. 

Thurston, M. G. 

TVinslow, P. C. 
Westbrook. 

Hacker, E. L. 

MARYUND. 

Baltimore. 

Arthurs, M. M. 
Atkinson, E. X. 
Barker, G. S. T. 
Bond, E. M. 
Branham, J. C. 
Bre^-itt, J. 
Bro'WTie, J. X. 
Browne, M. X. 
Buracker, F. C. 
Carey, J. C. 
Carev, L. 
Carroll, E. M. 
Chambers, A. L. 
Chambers, M. F. 
Collitz, K. H. 
Da"\Ts, L. 
Donaldson, E. 
Dunham, E. C. 
Evans, H. L. 
FendaU, M. G. 
Foulke, G. 
FoTvIer, L. 
Gardner, J. A. 
Geer, H. 
Gerhard, E. H. 
Girdwood, E. M. 

Guy, R. A. 

Gwinn, M. 
Hamilton, E. 

Hamilton, M. 

Harrison, J. L. 

Haseman, M. G. 

Hood. A. W. 

Hopkins, H. R. 

Howard, J. M. 

Hoyt, F. S. 

Hovt. M. E. 

Hull, K. D. 

In-in, H. W. 

Jackson, J. 

Jencks, E. M. 

Jones, M. S. 

KeUy, O. E. B. 

Kilpatrick, E. P. 

Kilpatrick, M. G. 

KimbaU, C. S. 

Kxoeber, J. 

Lamb, L. E. 

Langenbeck, C. 

Latimer, C. W. 

Law, S. P. 

Lawrence, E. S. 

Lee, E. M. 

Lewis, E. B. 

Lewis, F. P. 

Lewis, R. R. 

Lord, E. L. 

Loring, M. VF. 

Miller. A. W. 

Morison, M. B. 

Morj% R. B. 

Murray. C. H. 

Xiles, J. 

Oppenheimer, E. 

Park, M. E. 

Parker, A. B. 

Parkhurst, H. H. 

Piatt. A. E. 



Preston, M. J. 

Putnam, M. 

Reed, M. A. 

Richter, I. M. 

Rotan, K. L. 

Sampson, M. D. 

Scott, H. T. 

Scudder, A. T. 

Seth, F. B. 

Sherbert, H. 

Sippel, D. 

Smith, C. L. 

Spencer, M. W. 

Steiner, A. L. 

Stirling, M. Y. 

Swift, D. R. 

Szold, B. 

Tappan, J. B. 

Tennent, G. R. 

Thomas, M. C. 

Tinges, A. 

Tongue, M. V. A. 

TuU, L. 

Tyler, E. J. 

Tyler. S. B. 

Webster, M. W. 

Willis, G. B. 
Catorisiille. 

Crosby, P. S. 

Lurman, K. 

RandaU, E. B. 
Chesterfield. 

Biglow. E. 
Cheiy Chase. 

Holstein, E. B. 
Cumberland. 

Henderson, H. H. L. 

Henderson. L. 

Streett, K. M. 
Forest Glen. 

SewaU. H. R. 
Frederick. 

Stoner, M. E. 
Frosiburg. 

Green, A. B. 
Gozans. 

Myers, M. C. 
Lake Roland. 

Jones. M. A. 

Mt. Washington. 

Houghton, E. 

Port Deposit. 

Steel. M. A. 

Roland Park. 
Steuart, L. M. 
Stevens. C. J. 
Streater. J. 

Ruxton. 

Wade, G. B. 

Timonium. 
Crane. C. I. 

Towson. 
Coates, E. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Adams. 
Hunter, F. 

Allston. 

Case. M. F. 

Andover. 

Chickering, R. M. 



Ashburnham. 

Xutting. P. C. 
Anhurndale. 

Macomber, M. S. 
Belmont. 

Dodge, E. 
Beverly. 

Mudge, M. C. 
Boston. 
Adams, E. 
Allen, R. X. 
Ayer, E. 
Blake. D. T. 
Blodgett. E. L. 
Brandeis. J. 
Brandeis, S. 
Brown, J. M. 
Brvant, E. S. 
Clark, A. X. 
Coolidge, M. L. 
DalzeU, D. 
Delano, C. L. 
Denis, W. 
Dodd. K. 
Dudley, H. S. 
Eliot. M. M. 
Emery. G. C. 
Fry, A. D. 
Gardner, M. 
Grossmann, B. M. 
Harrington. R. 
Haydock, L. L. 
Higginson, E. B. 
Hodge, H. H. 
Hooper, E. E. 
Jones, E. H. 
King, A. 
Knight, E. T. 
Larrabee, E. D. 
Little. E. L. 
MacClanahan, A. E. C. 
Magruder, Pi- 
May, L. I. 
McCormick, E. H. 
Morss, C. 
Murray, A. L. 
Page, K. A. 
Putnam, C. H. 
Rowley, H. T. 
Sherwin, A. I.^ 
Simonds, C. V. 
Stites, S. H. 
Storer, E. L. 
Swift, D. R. 
Thornton, J. 
Townsend, E. P. 
Vickerv. ^L 
Wattson, F. T. 
Wood, E. D. 
Young, M. 
Bradford. 

Xorth. L. V. 
Brewster on the Cape. 

Baird, L. 
Brookline. 

Anderson, E. M. 
Beals, A. R. 
Clarke, E. 
Corson, E. S. 
Frank, M. B. F. 
Gifford, I. E. 
Greenough, E. 
Haughwout, H. P. 
Kellogg, E. 
Lord, K. 
Niles. G. F. 



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Page, A. 

Rumery, M. 

Seaver, H. F. 

Sergeant, E. S. 

Shaw, H. H. 

Walker, E. 

Wright, M. A. 
Cambridge. 

Bates, T. 

Bates, J. R. 

Benneson, C A. 

Blodgett, M. P. 

Brooks, K. G. 

Brown, M. L. 

Bryant, G. 

Cabot, F. A. 

Channing, A. 

Evans, M. J. 

Gage, M. W. 

Goldman, H. 

Haring, H. G. 

Harrington, C. E. 

Irwin, M. 

Jackson, E. L. 

Lee, S. K. 

Miller, M. E. 

Moore, D. M. 

O'Connor, A. 

Richardson, M. T. 

Scudder, S. C. 

Smyth, E. A. 

Street, J. A. 

Taylor, E. W. M. 

Theobald, O. 

Thwing, A. S. 

White, M. 

Williams, C. M. 

Wolff, D. S. 
Chestnut Hill. 

Houghton, E. 

Warren, M. E. 
Concord. 

Pearson, A. R. 
Dedham. 

Knowles, L. A. 

Williams, K. D. 
Dorchester. 

Hooker, E. R. 
Dorchester Centre. 

Lynch. C. V. 
Easthampton. 

Cook, R. H. 

Levering, M. A. 
East Milton. 

Cabot, R. 
Fairhaven. 

Jones, H. E. 
Fall River. 

Ames, S. H. 

Brayton, A. S. 

Brayton, H. 1. 

Brayton, M. E. 
Framingham. 

Sears, M. 

Thurber, M. T. 
Gloucester. 

Merritt, L. 
Greenfield. 

Bartlett, L. A. 
Haverhill. 

Morse, K. N. 
Hingham. 

Fauvre, M. M. 



Holyoke. 

Briggs, S. M. 
Hull. 

Gray, E. L. 
Jamaica Plain. 

Balch, E. G. 

Balch, M. C. 

Tibbits, M. K. 

Walker, S. G. 
Lawrence. 

Mooers, L. E. 

Rotan, A. S. 
Longwood. 

Fish, M. A. 
Lowell. 

Ames, E. 

Sleeper, I. A. 

Souther, C. 
Lunenburg. 

Farquhar, D. 

Goodhue, M. B. 
Lynn. 

Chase, B. P. 

Clough, H. 

Gray, E. D. 

Hazlewood, C. W. 

Oliver, R. L. 

Rice, P. 
Maiden. 

Miller, M. A. E. 
Manchester. 

Stanwood, A. 
Marblehead. 

Brown, M. P. 
Mendon. 

Murray, M. F. 

Seabury, C. R. 
Milton. 

Brewer, R. S. 

Farwell, L. 

Whitney, A. L. 

Williams, E. 

Nantucket. 
Blake, E. 

New Bedford. 
AUen, H. H. 
Kempton, H. P. 
Ranlet, J. 

Newburyport. 
Castlehun, V. 
Graves, E. 

Newton. 

McGiU, M. B. 
Rich, S. B. 

Newton Centre. 
Gordon, G. R. 
Winsor, E. W. 

Newton Highlands. 
Moore, R. B. 

Newtonville. 
Boyer, J. M. 
Wuppermann, Z. G. 

Northcompton. 
Bourland, C. B. 
Foster, E. A. 
Gragg, F. A. 
King, H. M. 
Lowenthal, E. 
McElwain, M. B. 
Shields. E. L. 



North Falm,outh. 

Howland, D. 
Pittsfield. 

Plunkett, E. K. 

Pulsifer, C. L. B. 
Plymouth. 

Kyle, M. 

Lord, E. E. 

Lord, F. S. 

Stoddard, E. F. 
Readville. 

Whitman, R. B. 
Rockland. 

Spence, A. B. 

Spence, M. C. 
Salem. 

Brown, E. D. 
Somerville. 

Clough, I. P. 
South Hadley. 

Brandon, R. 

Downey, K. M. 

Ellis, E. D. 

Foster, D. 

Gait, C. M. 

Griffith, H. 

Harper, C. A. 

Hussey, M. I. 

Laird, E. R. 

Martin, E. N. 

Morriss, M. S. 

Neilson, N. 

Putnam, B. H. 

Starr, A. M. 
South Lincoln. 

Woods, H. 
South Walpole. 

Channing, E. T. 
Springfield. 

Dixon, L. 

Whiting, A. M. 

Winslow, E. A. 
Stockbridge. 

Follansbee, B. D. 

McBurney, A. 
Sudbury. 

Crocker. C. B. 
Taunton. 

Blaine, M. G. 
Waban. 

Richardson, E. M. 
Walpole. 

Bourne, A. M. 

Waquoit. 
Ostrom, V. 

Waverley. 
Davis, E. L. 
Smart, F. G. 

Wayland. 
Barlow, M. 

Wellesley. 
Austin, D. L. 
Edwards, K. M. 
Funkhouser, E. L. 
Graham, M. A. 
Hogue, M. J. 
Huebener, H. J. 
Liddell, K. F. 
Lo water, F. 
Nichols, H. H. 
Perkins, A. F. 



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Smith-Goard, E. C. 

Smith, L. P. 

Wood, E. D. 
West Newton. 

Hubbard, R. 

Witherbee, F. S. 
Weston. 

Winsor, M. P. 
West Springfield. 

Sanderson, R. E. 
Winchester. 

Eastman, E. 

Frost, M. G. 

Garrett, I. M. 
Worcester. 

AUen, M. N. 

Case, M. F. 

Green, P. 

Happold, M. E. 

Humphrey, A. 

MICHIGAN. 

Ann Arbor. 

Bills, M. A. 

Kaminski, L. V. 

McCune, M. 
Detroit. 

Anthony, E. F. 

Bancroft, J. M. 

Fletcher, K. S. 

Henze, P. 

Houghton, M. 

Nathans, B. C. 

Plumb, H. 

Potter, E. M. 

Robinson, E. F. 

Wright, E. B. 
Grand Rapids. 

Hompe, M. 

MiUer, M. E. 

Ranney, C. L. 

Sweet, E. 

Whittemore, A. 
Grosse Pointe. 

Bishop, M. R. 

Wright, M. L. 
Houghton. 

Cooper, V. A. 

Hubbard, C. A. 

Hubbard, F. J. 

PhiUips, G. 
Jackson. 

Bufium, M. N. 
Lansing. 

Davis, C. M. 

Matless, A. 
Marquette. 

Eldredge, A. 

Northrop, M. 
Saginaw West. 

Stone, K. L. 
Sault Sainte Marie. 

Seymour, H. 
Ypsilanti. 

Green, M. C. 

MINNESOTA. 

Duluth. 

WeUs, A. E. 
Minneapolis. 

Clarke, G. T. 

Elwood, C. P. 



Friedlander, E. 

Kennard, H. R. 

Lammers, M. L. 

Marshall, R. E. 

Mearkle, E. 

Passmore, F. 

Rand, M. C. 

Washburn, M. 
Northfield. 

Foster, F. A. 
St. Paul. 

Ames, A. 

Ames, M. 

Brown, J. C. 

Brown, M. H. 

Foley, L. 

Jaggard, A. W. 

Mudge, L. H. 
St. Peter. 

Treadwell, L. O. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Biloxi. 

Swan, E. 
Clarksdale. 

Jarman, M. D. 
Columbus. 

BeU, E. V. 
Greenwood. 

Aven, A. W. 
Hernando. 

Lathom, M. W. 
Madison. 

Roudebush, M. M. 
Meridian. 

Whitfield, A. 
Tougaloo University. 

Gifford, F. S. 

MISSOURI. 

Ashland. 

Haenssler, M. 
Camden Point. 

Clarke, M. P. 
Cape Girardeau. 

Knepper, M. 
Clayton. 

Harris, E. 
Columbia. 

Baker, M. E. 

Bresnehen, V. H. 

Dover, M. V. 

Rusk, F. H. 

Stewart, C. T. 
Ferguson. 

Miltenberger, E. B. 
Hollister. 

Weld, J. 
Joplin. 

Bacon, E. M. 

Mack, M. L. 
Kansas City. 

Carter, J. E. 

Branch, Z. M. 

Egan, M. M. 

Nichols, M. B. 

Warner, C. U. 
Kirksville. 

Engelhard, D. L. 



Mexico. 

LoveU, H. L. 
Palmyra. 

Claggett, E. J. 
St. Charles. 

Porterfield, C. M. 
St. Louis. 

Becker, A. F. 

Brockstedt, C. B. 

Dyer, L. 

Evers, H. M. 

Fischel, E. 

Flickinger, A. 

Holmes, M. W. 

Kingsbacher, E. 

Kohn, E. 

McEwen, M. 

Orrick, C. 

Richardson, E. H. 

Robinson, L. 

Shafer, G. A. 

Stix, H. 

Webb, C. 

Weeks, E. A. 

Westwood, E. A. 
Sulphur Springs. 

Dyer, M. B. 
Tarkio. 

McMuUen, J. P. 

Sutherland, E. B. 
University City. 

Donnelly, H. M. 
Webster Groves. 

Gilroy, J. J. 

MONTANA. 

Columbia Falls. 

Wade, R. A. 
Deer Lodge. 

McLean, C. F. 
Eureka. 

Gatewood, E. G. 
Missoula. 

Reed, B. 
St. Ignatius. 

McCrackin, H. 

NEBRASKA. 

Hastings. 

Stewart, M. S. 
Lincoln. 

Hyde, W. F. 

Jones, A. E. 

Maitland, M. E. 

Skinner, M. C. 

Southwick, L. J. 

Tremain, M. A. 
Oakla7id. 

Cull, R. E. 

Omaha. 

Darlow, I. R. 

Mcintosh, M. B. 

Newton, A. M. 

Roe, M. 
Schuyler. 

Towns, R. F. 

Stella. 

McMuUen, J. C. 

Valentine. 
Jeffries, H. H. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Charlestown. 

Parker, E. H. 
Concord. 

Thayer, M. 
Laconia. 

Gale, M. E. 
Manchester. 

Raymond, H. J. 
Nashua. 

Stearns, A. 
Portsmouth. 

Foster, I, 

NEW JERSEY. 

Ashury Park. 

Wilbur, C. C. 

Wilbur, F. L. 
Atlantic City. 

Alsop, S. K. 

Trout, E. W. 
Belmar. 

MiUer, E. L. 
Bound Brook. 

Johnston, M. L. 
Bridgeport. 

Richards, R. O. 
Bridgeton. 

Ditmars, H. S. 

Jonas, A. I. 
Burlington. 

Ellis, L. R. 
Chatham. 

Chambers, K. E. 
Clinton. 

Frace, M. 
Columbus. 

Ridgway, S. S. 
Cranford. 

Furman, R. A. 
East Millstone. 

Fleischmann, H. 
East Orange. 

Brown, E. F. 

Bryan, E. M. 

Nichols, M. P. 
Englewood. 

Archbald, R. S. 

BaUey, E. D. 

Dillingham, A. 

Scripture, W. 
Glassboru. 

BlaisdeU, V. M. 
Glen Ridge. 

Peckham, L. 
Haddon Heights. 

Mitchell, P. B. 
Hoboken. 

Shippen, E. F. 
Interlaken. 

Atkins, E. L. 
Jersey City. 

Hemphill, J. 

Muller, L. E. 

Nutting, H. C. 
Lakewood. 

Converse, L. B. 

Gleim, M. A. 

Walker, E. 



Lambertville. 

Bechtel, D. 
Laurenceville. 

Martin, F. F. 
Leonia. 

Lovell, A. 
Magnolia. 

AJbertson, AI., 2nd. 
Matawan. 

Forster, E. 
Montclair. 

Seely, B. W. 

Seely, E. E. 

Porter, H. L. K. 

Wight, D. T. 
Moorestown. 

Albertson, A. M. 

Cadbury, Jr., E. 

Cuthbert, M. 

Haines, I. P. 

Haines, M. T. 

Heulings, A. 

Lautz, H. S. 

Moore, A. M. 

Nicholson, E. R. 

Roberts, A. W. 
Morristown. 

Halsey, C. V. 

Keasbey, L. E. 
Newark. 

Claflin, C. I. 

New Brunswick. 

Hill, M. D. 
Nutley. 

Yardley. C. M. 
Orange. 

Bontecou, E. 

Branson, K. F. 

Hearne, A. C. 

Stohr, K. 
Passaic. 

Pray, G. 

Sylvester, I. W. 
Paterson. 

Roberts, L. E. 
Plainfield. 

Edison, M. 

Howell, J. K. 

Xnowland, C. 
Pleasantville. 

Bartlett, M. G. 

McAllister, M. A. 
Pompton. 

Van Wagenen, M. L. 
Princeton. 

Evans, H. R. 

Fine, S. B. P. 

FuUerton, K. 

Hibben, E. G. 

Irwin, M. E. 

Reitze, H. C. 

Taber, I. 

Trowbridge, K. 

Warner, M. D. 

Williams, IM. S. 
RidgeuQod. 

Couch, H. L. 
Riverton. 

Kershaw, K. K. 
Short Hills. 

Bruere, E. C. 

Cox, L. A. 



Hartshorn, J. D. 

Ream, F. M. 
South Orange. 

Preston, J. F. 
Summit. 

Baldwin, G. P. 

Greene, A. D. 

Sherman, Z. M. 

Smith, C. W. 
Swedesboro. 

Forster, E. 
Trenton. 

Bodine, E. D. 

Buchanan, J. C. 

Buchanan, M. C. 

Chase, J. A. 

Eby, M. D. 

Hudson, M. E. 

Linburg, E. H. 

Middendorf, K. L. I. 

Smucker, G. A. 

Stephens, E. P. 

Whitehead, A. M. 
Union. 

Horner, B. L. 
Upper Montclair. 

Blackwell, E. B. 

Rejraolds, M. B. 

Sedgwick, E. 
Vincentown. 

Haines, H. E. 
West End. 

Sichel, M. E. 
Westfield. 

Peckham, M. 
West Orange. 

CampbeU, E. C. 

CampbeU, M. M. 

Schiedt, H. L. 
Woodbury. 

Blair, A. K. 

Dungan, E. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Vermejo Park. 
Bartlett, H. 

NEW YORK. 

Albany. 

Coulter, C. C. 

Dame, K. 

Morton, C. 

O'Sullivan, M. I. 

Price, M. 

Suter, M. W. 

SwindeU, S. O. 
Alfred. 

Champhn, E. S. 
Ardsley-on-Hudson. 

Vail, C. W. 
Auburn. 

Otheman, M. S. 

WaUace, M. N. 
Aurora. 

Deming, A. 

Ballston Spa. 

Beach, E. B. 

Lawrence, E. S. 
Bedford Hills. 

Underhill, R. 



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BingJ'unn.ton. 

Bean, S. A. 

Brown, E. E. 

Nichols, C. S. 
Bronxiille. 

Brooks, F. A. 

Williams, S. W. 
Brooklyn. 

Adair, E. 

Allen, E. 

Avery, D. S. 

Brombacher, C. G. 

Brown, F. I. 

Byrnes, E. F. 

Claghom, K. H. 

Garlock, L. M. 

Heike, L. O. 

TTn lma n, H. 

Hooker, T. F. 

Hopkins. J. A. 

KeUum, M. D. 

Kinsley, M. A. 

Lexow, C. F. 

Loines, E. 

Loines, H. 

Lord, I. E. 

Marsh, H. E. 

Xeergaard, E. L. 

Petersen, K. O. 

PoUock, L. L. 

Sackett, Jvl. J. 

Selkregg, C. H. 

Shenstone, M. E. 

Sinn, E. M. 

Southwick, J. F. 

Stuart, S. G. 

Throop, S. E. 

Young, A. W. 
Buffalo. 

Clinton, E. 

^Michael, J. 

MiUer, J. S. 

Nathan, S. 
Canandaigiui. 

Freeman, AI. L_ 
Carmel. 

Salisbury, L. B. 
Castleton-on-the-Hudson. 

Lyon, D. W. 
Catskill. 

Day, R. 
Cazenotia. 

Tatum, L. R. 
Cedarhwst, L. I. 

Blum. S. 

Maurice, E. M. 
Chappaqua. 

Murray, H. C. 
Clinton. 

Brownell, L. S. 

Hopkins, M. D. 
LongweU, K. G. 
Cragsmoor. 

Sturdevant, F. E. 
Sturdevant, W. 
Croton-on-Hudson. 

:Mussey, M. H. B. 
Deposit. 

Cannon, M. A. 
Dongan Hills, S. I. 

Finney, E. 
Douglaston, L. I. 
Blose, C. 



Dunkirk. 

Heyl, F. M. 
Elmira. 

Cooke, J. S. C. 
Elmore, M. T. 
Or^-is, G. S. 
Yates, F. 
Flushing. 

Benjamin, J. D. 
Curtis, :M. 
Ecob, K. G. 
Li\-ingston, F. E. 
Mitchell, G. 
Nichols, H. S. 
Forest HilU, L. I. 
BrowneU, G. S. 
Trowbridge, J. 
Freeport, L. I. 

Brown, C. T. 
Garden City, L. I. 
Branham, G. B. 
Craig, F. C. 
Deems, E. 
Wood, B. G. 
Geneseo. 

Colt, E. F. 
Glens Falls. 
BirdsaU, M. 
Potter, S. M. 
Great Neck. 

Alexander, W. B. 
Gignoux, E. M. 
Harrison. 

HoughtaUng, I. H. 
HarUdale. 

mUes, M. H. 
Hastings-on-Hudson. 
Williamson, B. T. 
Hempstead. 

Southgate, M. 
Hornell. 

Reynolds, S. S. 
Iriington-on-Hudson. 

King, F. 
Ithaca. 

Archibald, S. E. 
Crane, M. D. 
Hammer, C. P. 
Long, E. T. 
Quimby, M. A. 
Taber, C. L. 
Tappan, M. 
Keene. 

Macintosh, M. 
Kenwood. 

Allen, H. E. 
Kingston. 

Thompson, E. F. 
Larchmont. 

Holman, J. B. 
Lockport. 

Calder, H. R. 
Long Island City. 
Peters, G. B. F. 
Hal one. 

Hawkins, E. J. 
Mamaroneck. 

MerriU, L. E. 
Moravia. 

Jewett, M. W. 



New Brighton, S. I. 
King, G. 
Southard, M. W. 
Newburgh. 

MacCracken, F. M. 
Weaver, B. 
New Paltz. 
Gage, K. A. 
Hilliard, C. E. 
Nerw York City. 
Adams, S. F. 
Adams, S. W. 
Amiss, AI. 
Annan, H. C. 
Archbald, A. 
Arnold, F. 
Ashley, E. H. 
Ashlev, M. P. 
AshweU, G. I. 
Atherton, E. G. 
Ayer, M. F. 
Bailev, M. E. 
Baldwin, D. deF. 
Ballin, F. A. 
Ballin, M. H. 
Barnes, A. C. 
Bartlett, T. 
Benedict, I. H. 
Blanchard, M. T. 
Bookstaver, M. A. 
Boucher, S. 
Bowman, E. 
Boysen, B. D. 
Braley, E. 
Browne, F. 
Browne, M. W. 
Browne, N. W. 
Cadbury, H. 

Carey, H. F. 

Carter, A. 

Case, A. T. 

Case, M. C. 

Chamberlain, G. E. 

Chickering, J. 

Child, E. 

Christy, R. L. 

Cillev, A. L. 

Clark, A. E. 

Clark, M. P. 

Clarke, P. I. 

CoUins, R. 

Congdon, D. I. 

Converse, H. P. 

Cook, K. I. 

Cooke, E. 

Cooper, I. R. 

CorneU, E. S. 

Corning, Z. M. 

Cragin, J. H. 

Craig, D. M. 

Craig, E. W. 

Crawford, E. C. 

CrisweU, E. H. 

Cross, E. R. 

Curtis, K. R. 

Daniels, H. M. 

DaA-idson, J. Q. 

Da-i-is. D. L. 

Da^-is, J. S. 

Da%-is, L. D. 

Davis, S. E. 

Daw, E. 

Day, A. H. 

-Day, A. M. 

Dessau, E. 

Doohttle, H. 

Dorsey, C. W. 



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Droege, M. 
Dunn, H. P. 
Edgerton, G. 
Edwards, E. M. 
Ehlers, H. 
Ely, K. B. 
Emerson, H. T. 
Emery, S. L. 
Erbsloh, O. H. C. 
Fincke, F. A. 
Fisk, E. L. 
Fleischmann, H. 
Fleischmann, L. 
Fleisher, M. W. 
Fleming, M. A. 
Focht, M. 
Forster, D. 
Foster, M. 
Fowler, K. 
Fowler, S. 

Franklin, Margaret L. 
Franklin, Marjorie L. 
Franklin, S. B. 
Gale, E. E. 
Gildner, L. M. 
Goffe, M. V. 
Goldman, A. 
Goldmark, J. C. 
Goldmark, P. D. 
Goldmark, S. 
Greene, E. C. 
Griffith, E. M. 
Gruening, M. 
Haldeman, A. M. 
Hale, M. 
Hall, E. R. 
HaU, M. 
Hammitt, R. 
Harben, C. 
Hardon, A. F. 
Hardy, 0. 
Harmon, E. 
Harper, E. 
Hartwig, A. L. 
Hatch, L. 
Havemeyer, A. 
Hazen, A. P. 
Hege, F. 
Helburn, T. 
Hemenway, J. 
Henry, E. P. 
Herr, M. E. 
Herrick, C. M. 
Hewitt, C. 
Hobart, M. J. 
Holt, E. 
Hopp, M. 
Howell, H. A. 
Hoyt, M. F. 
Humphrey, A. R. 
Huntington, K. 
Isham, M. K. 
Jacobs, M. E. 
James, R. T. 
Jobe, M. L. 
Joliffe, R. M. 
Jones, A. 
Kawai, M. 
Kemmerer, G. 
Kenyon, A. 
Kerr, J. B. 
Kerr, K. 
Kidder, A. M. 
deKoven, E. L. 
Kuttner, A. G. 
Langdon, J. O. 
Lauterbach, A. 



Lautz, G. M. 
Lawrence, E. 
Lean, A. R. 
Leopold, F. S. 
Lewis, M. C. 
Lewis, N. 
Loeb, F. M. 
Lord, K. F. 
Louderback, J. L. 
Lowengrund, H. M. 
Mabon, M. V. V. 
Mabon, R. V. 
MacVay, A. P. 
Masland, M. E. 
McCormick, C. 
McKeen, H. J. 
Mead, M. L. 
Menendez, L. P. 
Merle-Smith, D. 
Merrill, K. 
Merriman, L. 
Miller, B. 
Miller, M. D. 
Minor, M. L. 
Morgan, M. A. 
Morrill, G. L. 
Morrow, A. E. 
Munn, A. P. 
Mygatt, T. D. 
Naumburg, A. 
Newman, R. 
Nichols, S. F. 
Ogilvie, i. H. 
Page, L. L. G. 
Parrish, G. 
Perkins, D. 
Peters, I. M. 
Pettit, E. 
Phillips, B. 
Pinney, G. 
Plaisted, M. 
Potts, L. E. 
Powel, E. L. 
Pressinger, M. 
Pritchett, I. W. 
Prussing, M. A. 
Putnam, A. 
Quimby, A. R. 
Rapallo, E. 
Reimer, M. 
Rembaugh, B. 
Reynolds, E. K. 
Richter, H. R. 
Robertson, M. L. 
Robinson, V. P. 
Romeyn, E. R. 
Rossiter, I. 
Rulison, L. C. 
Russell, J. L. 
Russell, L. S. 
Sampson, L. V. 
Schofield. L. A. 
Scribner, M. E. 
Scripture, E. 
Seligman, G. 
Seligman, R. W, 
Selleck, A. 
Senior, M. E. 
Shearer, M. J. 
Shipway, M. E. 
Silverman, I. 
Simpson, A. D. 
Simpson, C. M. 
Small, F. 
Smith, E. J. 
Smith, H. W. 
Smith, J. P. 



Snodgrass, K. 
Southwick, K. M. 
Sperry, M. F. 
Spofford, B. 
Stapler, M. G. 

Stecher, L. I. 

Stevenson, H. 

Stoughton, L. R. 
Stout, G. 

Straus, D. 

Strauss, S. 

Strong, A. H. 

Studdiford, J. G. 

Sweet, M. 

Swift, N. 

Taber, M. H. 

Taber, M. R. 

Tatlock, J. M. 

Taylor, E. W. 

Terry, C. L. 

Thomas, H. W. 

Thomas, M. G. 

Tilley, L. L. 

Totten, E. 

Towle, M. R. 

Trask, L. M. D. 

Venner, G. A. 

Waddington, M. E. 

Wade, C. L. W. 

Walter, M. F. 

Ward, D. deF. 

Wardwell, A. D. 

Wardwell, F. 

Ware, C. C. 

Waterbury, A. F. 

Watson, G. E. 

Welles, A. 

Welsh, F. M. 

Wetherill, E. 

Weusthoff, A. S. 

White, A. E. 

White, L. F. 

White, M. R. 

Whittredge, E. 

Williams, E. C. 

Wing, M. R. 

Witherspoon, F. M. 

Woodin, M. L. 

Wright, E. 

Wye, T. E. 

Yardley, V. G. 
Niagara Falls. 

Schummers, M. L. 
Nyack. 

Maynard, M. R. 
Ossining. 

Thompson, C. R. 



Taylor, A. M. 
Oyster Bay. 

Delano, S. A. 
Palenville. 

Peck, L. L. 
Pelham Manor. 

Erbsloh, G. F. A. 

Goodnow, I. L. 

Orr. H. 

Smith, M. 
Pittsford. 

Satterlee, M. 
Portchester. 

Wyman, F. J. 
Port Washington, L. I. 

Hardenbergh, H. 



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Poughkeepsie. 

Borden, F. 

Brown, D. M. 

Cummings, L. D. 

Dutcher, E. O. 

Elder, G. A. 

Fahnestock, E. 

Griffith, C. J. 

Macleod, A. L. 

Peebles, R. J. 

Pelton, J. P. 

Salmon, L. M. 

Sandison, H. E. 

Saunders, C. 

Tavlor, L. R. 

Tomkins, M. J. K. 

White, F. D. 
Prattsburg. 

Schrader, E. VT. 
Randolph. 

Lee, E. 
Rhinebeck. 

Stewart, H. 

Suckley, M. 
Richmond Hill, L. I. 

Sturgis, H. R. 
Riverdale-on-Hudson. 

Allen, F. D. 
Rochester. 

Cook, B. M. 

^liles, R. H. 

Taylor, R. 

Rye. 

Hosford, E. S. 
James, E. 
Whitelaw, H. C. 

Salem. 

Johnston, M. B. 
Scarsdale. 

Caldwell, E. M. 

Van Horn, E. E. 
Schenectady. 

Collins, A. M. 

Darling, J. 

Richmond, M. 

Rohrer, M. 

Spraguesmith, H. 

Seneca Falls. 

DuUes, M. J. 
Spencerport. 

Field, A. 

Spuyten Duyril. 
McKelvev, M. A. 
McKelvey, R. 

Staten Island. 
Babcock. R. 
Garrett, H. A. 
Pearson, J. L. 

Suffern. 

BrjTie, L. L. 

Syracuse. 

Budd, H. M. 
Bnlley, C. 
Loomis, E. D. 
Moser. L. V. 
Spencer, H. B. 
Warren, "W. 

Troy. 

Boardman, \\ . K. 

Trumansburg. 
Haines, L. R. 



Utica. 

De Angelis, A. 

MiUer, D. E. 
Walden. 

LawaU, M. L. 
Walkill. 

Birdsall, A. P. 
Watertoujn. 

KeUogg, A. L, 
White Plains. 

Carrere, A. M. 

Gayler, R. H. 

Smith, H. W. 
Yonkers. 

Daly, E. T. 

Hill, A. G. 

Hill, A. M. 

Harrington, H. N. 

Rogers, I. M. 

Saunders, H. ^I. 

Silkman, E. 

Slade, A. M. 

Spreckles, E. M. 

Stephens, E. B. 

Thomson, A. E. 

Thomson, M. M. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Asheville. 

Kirkland, W. M. 

McCarter, F. 
Behidere. 

White, C. E. 
Biltmore. 

Leftwich, F. 
Brevard. 

Clarke, X. B. 
Burlington. 

Bulla, L. E. 
Charlotte. 

Wilson, L. G. 

Ziegler, H. F. 
Fayettetille. 

Worth, F. G. 
Greensboro. 

Cartland, M. A. 

Coffin, E. W. 

:MendenhaU, G. W. 

Petty, M. 

Roberson, C. 
Guilford College. 

Da\-is, A. L. 

White, Julia S. 
High Point. 

King, E. G. 

Mendenhall, C. C. 

White, A. E. 

Jamestown. 
Dixon, A. L. 
Ragsdale, V. 

Mars Hill. 

Harding, F. K. 

Monroe. 

Armfield, L. 

Montreat. 

Martin, M. R. 

Raleigh. 

Bartholomew, 'M. E. 

Salemburg. 

Edwards, A. T. 



Tryon. 

Warner, IM. 

Winstoti-Salem. 

Buxton, A. N. 

Xeff, B. E. 
Woodland. 

Holmes, M. D. 

OHIO. 

Akron. 

Hotchkiss, R. 
Ashtabula. 

Dunbar, R. J. 
Athens. 

RanneUs, E. K. 

Bixley. 

Meeker, M. 

Cincinnati. 
Anderson, A. 
Anderson, C. L. 
Colter, H. M. 
Doepke, A. 
Eichberg, A. 
Esselborn, J. 
Gano, K. V. 
GoodaU, W. 
Hazen, H. 
Hoffheimer, E. S. 
Hyman, L. 
James, M. M. 
MacMiUan, M. L. 
Rawson, G. 
Rawson, L. 
Rawson, 2\I. 
Sachs, A. 
Sattler, J. 
Smith, E. B. 
Stewart, F. M. 
Taylor, A. 
Westheimer, C. 

Clarkstille. 
ZiUefrow, K. 

Cleveland. 
Allen, ]M. S. 
Beckwith, M. E. R. 
Claflin, E. F. 
Head, C. E. 
KeUey, K. M. 
Logan, A. L. 
Ross, E. 
Sergeant, K. 
Strong, R. 
Todhunter, B. C. 
Williamson, M. P. 

Columbus. 

Bareis, G. M. 
Beggs, E. M. 
Blair, K. R. 
Carroll, J. E. 
Evans, A. R. 
Goudge, M. E. 
Hatton, F. G. 
Helm, M. L. 
Jones, G. L. 
Jones, R. L. 
Oglevee, J. E. 
Ruppersberg, E. A. 
Sheldon, H. S. 
Sumner, L. M. 

Dayton. 

Brown, IM. M. 
Lamb, G. L. 
Lorenz, J. 



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185 



Eaton. 

Parks, G. O. 

Reynolds, M. E. 
Elyria. 

Bixler, I. B. 

Hulbert, N. M. 
Frankfort. 

Evans, D. M. 
Freemont. 

Williams, M. A. 
Glendale. 

Hearne, F. H. 
Harveysburg. 

Carroll, A. B. 
Ironton. 

Campbell, M. E. 
Lakewood. 

Hopkinson, R. W. 

Smitheman, H. P. 

Willard, M. L. 
Mansfield. 

Hedges, M. M. 
Marietta. 

Carroll, M. J. 
Martins Ferry. 

Francis, C. J. 
Milford. 

Shipley, M. 
New Vienna. 

RanneUs, S. W. 
Oakley. 

Paine, J. H. 
Oxford. 

Duckett, E. S. 

Grant, M. A. 

Hemperly, C. 

Lansing, R. 

McCain, G. I. 
Painesville. 

Burnell, B. M. 

Howson, E. E. 

Keay, F. A. 
Portsmouth. 

Labold, L. S. 

Selma. 
Wildman, E. E. 

Sidney. 
White, E. G. 

Springfield. 
Webb, E. 

Toledo. 
Bryant, E. H. 
Satterthwaite, S. E. 
Seeds, N. M. 
Storer, F. L. 

Wilmington. 
Peelle, M. P. 
Probasco, L. 
Wright, E. C. 

Wooster. 
Hughes, W. A. 
Warren, A. L. 

OKLAHOMA. 

Chandler. 
Ciighton, L. 

Chickasha. 
Johnson, H. M. 



Norman. 

Ambrister, M. 

Ohern, E. G. 
Tulsa. 

Baldauf, C. 

OREGON. 

Corvallis. 

Fawcett, M. E. 
Eugene. 

Leach, C. 

Newman, C. E. 

Schoff, L. 
Hood River. 

Failing, K. F. 
Hood River Valley. 

Campbell, G. B. 
Marshfield. 

Griffin, H. J. 
Newberg. 

McCracken, B. 
Paishy. 

Coughlin, M. F. 
Portland. 

Bishop, J. L. 

Brainerd, B. 

Clark, J. B. 

Ecob, E. 

Hoffman, M. E. 

Kamm, C. A. 

Kilner, M. 

Norcross, E. 

Pinney, M. 

Roach, L. A. 

Rockwood, E. R. 

Sloane, C. S. 

Stewart, B. 

Thompson, G. 

Wallace, E. A. 

Wilson, H. A. 

Wilson, M. A. 
St. Johns. 

Clinton, M. D. 

PANAMA. 

Canal Zone. 

Milligan, L. 
Panama, R. P. 

Stites, H. G. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Altoona. 

Canan, V. C. 
Dean, E. 

Ambler. 
Righter, J. 

Ardmore. 
Brady, J. E. 
Burchinal, M. C. 
Corbus, F. K. 
Macdonald, F. 
Nields, E. 
Preston, C. A. 
RockweU, M. S. 
RoEsmassler, E. A. 
Shearer, A. F. 
Snyder, E. 

Bala. 

Klauder, J. C. 
Scott, F. B. 
Walton, E. T. 



Bedford. 

Barnett, H. M. 
Reynolds, M. A. 
Wright, J. S. 

Bellefonte. 

Blanchard, E. M. 
Blanchard, M. M. 
Hoy. A. H. 
Linn, M. H. 
McCoy, A. A. 
Shugert, K. D. 

Berwyn. 

Macnamee, H. V. 
Bethlehem,. 

Harnish, B. M. 

Peckham, E. C. 
Bradford. 

White, H. B. C. 
Bryn Mawr. 

Abernethy, F. R. 

Albert, G. 

Baldwin, A. M. 

Barnett, H. K. 

Barnicle, M. E. 

Beck, L. G. 

Beckwith, M. A. 

Bent, E. C. 

Billmeyer, H. M. 

Bontecou, M. 

Boyer, M. G. 

Brownback, E. Y. 

Brownell, E. O. 

Bull, E. L. 

Bullivant, M. 

Byrne, A. H. 

Cantlin, E. 

Choate, A. 

Clark, A. W. 

Congdon, L. B. 

Crawford, M. V. 

Davis, E. B. 

De Laguna, G. M. A. 

Dimon, A. C. 

Donnelly, L. M. 

Doolittle, M. C. 

Ehlers, B. S. 

Elder, L. 

Ely, G. S. 

Eno, S. W. 

Farnham, L. A. 

Fay, M. L. 

France, W. C. 

Frank, G. 

Garrigues, S. 

Geddes, H. C. 
Goff, E. P. 
Goff, G. A. 
Gyger. M. C. 
Hanna, M. A. 
Hardenbrook, M. 
Harper, F. M. 
Harrison, J. A. 
Hartman, G. 
Howland, A. G. 
Hubbard, A. P. F. 
Janney, M. 
Jennings, B. H. 
Johnson, E. F. 
Kerr, F. M. 
King, H. D. 
Kirk, A. 
Langdon, I. 
Leuba, B. A. 
Lucas, L. 
MacVeagh, M. C. 
Maddison, I. 



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Geographical Distribviion 



Maddux, E. 
Magee, H. 
Manchester, R. C. 
Medes, G. 
MiUer, J. I. 
Minor, J. E. 
Nearing, M. F. 
Oberge, U. H. 
Ochtman, D. 
Orlady, E. T. 
Paddock, H. L. 
Paddock, I. A. 
Paxris, M. 
Pearson, H. S. 
Perkins, R. 
Pew, E. 
Pinney, M. E. 
Potter, G. 
PoweU, E. W. 
Rambo, E. F. 
Rand, M. G. 
ReiUy, M. 
Rhoads, A. E. 

Rhodes, L. 

Riegel, E. 

Ristine, M. V. 

Robins, H. J. 

Schenck, E. M. 

Schmidt, G. C. 

Shearer, E. A. 

Shipley, K. ^I. 

Shreve, H. R. 

Swindler, M. H. 

Taylor, M. W. 

Thaver, E. 

Towle, E. W. 

"Watson, L. 

Wells, R. 

Wesson, C. M. 

Wieand, H. E. 

Willcox, M. 
Burnham. 

Canan, M. S. 

Butler. 

Biedenbach, M. E. D. 

Carlisle. 

Hench, E. C. 
Hooke, H. H. 
Lynch, G. M. 
Moore, M. C. 
Norcross, L. J. 
Norcross, M. J. 
Chadds Ford. 

Atwater, S. M. 
Chambersburg. 
Bowerman, H. C. 
Bowers, C. 
Miirray, E. 
Spalding, M. C. 
Cheltenham. 

Haines, J. B. 
Chester. 

O'NeU, E. B. 
Coatesville. 

Harlan, A. E. 
Cochranton. 

Nesbit, M. E. 
Colmar. 

Downing, H. A. 
Conshohocken. 
Crawford, A. L. 
Ross, F. L. 
Crafton. 

Taylor, E. E. 



Cynwyd. 

Cox, C. B. 

McGeorge, B. 

McKee, H. 

Sickel, C. 
Danmlle. 

Moore, E. 
Daylesford. 

Newton, C. E. 

Delano. 

Depew, C. E. 

Derry. 

Brooks, E. H. 

Devon. 

Harley, K. V. 
Donora. 

Baird, M. 
Doylestown. 

Atkinson, M. J. 

Blakey, M. L. 

Hart, R. P. 
Duffryn Mawr. 

Warner, A. H. 

Dutch Hill. 
Snyder, M. G. 

Easton. 

Amy, H. W. 
Edgewood Park. 

Briggs, H. G. 

Elkins Park. 

Woodelton, G. A. 
Workman, A. C. 

Erie. 

Berst, J. M. 

RusseU, S. C. 
Fort Washington. 

Wright, E. 
Franklin. 

Nesbit. C. 
George School. 

Kirk, M. B. 
Glen Osborne. 

Congdon, E. 
Glenside. 

Caskey, E. E. 

Elcock, G. M. 

Grore City. 
Barnes, L. 
Craig, B. 
Craig, >.I. 
Pearsall, D. O. 

Gwynedd. 

Jackson, A. W. 

Harrisburg. 
BaUey, E. 
BaU, R. W. 
Fronheiser, M. D. 
Jacobs, S. 
Moffitt, R. C. 
Paxson, C. E. 
Strayer, O. 

Haverford. 
Allinson, G. 
Barlow, A. H. 
Bettle, E. 
Bevan, S. F. 
Boude, M. S. C. 
Bradway, M. S. 
Buffum, G. M. 
Cadbury, E. B. 



Cadbury, L. T. 
Chandlee, E. B. 
Clothier, E. 
Cope, J. 
Dewees, S. J. 
Doheny, M. E. 
Garrigues, R. M. 
Gray, A. W. 
Hires, L. S. 
Janney, E. B. 
Morice, J. R. 
Peirce, M. 
Ross, M. J. 
Scattergood, A. 
Sharpless, A. C. 
Sharpless, H. 
Shipley, E. T. 
Thomas, M. 
Tyson, M. I. 
Willits, E. E. 
Winsor, M. 
Woodward, M. H. 

Hazleton. 

Jones, G. 
Eolicong. 

Fogg, E. 
Hollidaysburg. 

Norris, M. R. 
Hummelstown. 

Walton, C. E. 

Walton, L. S. 

Johnstown. 
Glenn, F. M. 
Glenn, R. 
Ramsey, E. Y. 

Kennett Square. 
Belin. A. 

Lancaster. 
DiUer, S. 
Gerhard, A. H. 
Haas, A. M. 
Herr, E. 
Kieffer, J. B. 
Ross, J. 

Lansdale. 

Morgan, M. B. 

Lansdowne. 
Bishoff, R. S. 
Chandlee, E. A. 
Clements, H. T. 
Davis, R. 
Read, H. A. 
Thomas, E. C. 
Wilson, E. D. 
Wilson, M. B. 
Wright, E. 

Lebanon. 
Light, B. J. 
Schmauk, E. M. 

Llanerch. 
Birch, L. 
Bruner, G. E. 

Mahern. 

Haines, M. S. 

Meadville. 

Dreutlein, M. C. 

Mechanicsburg. 
Hemperley, C. 

Media. 

Irey, H. C. 
Walton, A. G. 



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187 



Mercer. 

Magoffin, H. F. 

JMcCleUan, L. F. 
Merion. 

Andrews, E. A. 

Andrews, I. J. 

Blake, S. A. 

Crawford, D. C. 

Long, H. E. 

Richards, A. E. 

Schoff, E. G. 

Stubbs, C. 
Mifflinburg. 

Forster, S. K. 
Mount Carmel. 

:Mitchell, R. 
Munhall. 

CampbeU, A. C. ■ 
Myerstown. 

Horst, M. E. 
Narberth. 

Justice, C L. 

Justice, M. L. 

Mann, E. M. 

Sturgis, M. B. V. 

Turner, G. 

Ward, M. E. 

New Brighton. 
Deitrick, E. 

New Castle. 
Pomeroy, L. 

New Hope. 
Fulton, M. A. 

Newville. 

Sharp, H. W. 
Wildman, M. K. 

New Wilmington. 
McLaughry, M. 

Norristo wn. 
Barrett, H. J. 
Childs, M. 
Eisenhower, A. B. 
Irish, F. C. 
Pyfer, I. M. 
Roberts, E. D. 
Ross, !M. J. 

Oil City. 

Martin, J. B. 

Parkesburg. 
Sargent, C. V. 

Paxtang. 

Thompson, F. N. 

Philadelphia. 
Adaire, N. 
Adler, M. O. 
Albertson, A. O. 
Alden, M. B. 
Alexander, H. D. 
Allen, J. 
AlUs, M. E. 
Andrews, L. G. 
Ash, R. 
Austin, A. B. 
Baechle, C. I. 
Baird, C. 
Baltz, E. D. 
Bancroft, A. 
Earstow, J. M. 
Bartholomew, G. 
Batchelor, J. M. 
Belville, S. O. 



Bennett, E. M. 
Berry, E. L. 
Biddle, H. R. 
Biddle, M. G. 
Bird, E. M. 
Blanc, Z. J. 
deBonneville, L. 
Boring, L. T. 
Brash, C. 
Bright, J. 
Brown, A. H. 
Brusstar, iSI. E. 
Bryan, K. H. 
Brylawski, B. 
Buchanan, E. 
Bunker, M. 
Bunting, M. 
Cadbury, C. W. 
Carncross, H. 
Garner, L. P. 
Chamberlain, M. M. 
Chesney, M. 
Child, D. M. 
Child, F. C. 
Chubb, E. L. 
Clapp, A. L. 
Clark, B. M. 
Clark, E. B. 
Clark, E. E. 
Clauder, A. C. 
Clifton, A. E. 
Clifton, J. W. 
Cochran, F. T. 
Cole, A. L. 
Cole, B. E. 
Coles, T. P. 
Cooper, E. S. 
Coyle, M. H. 
Crawford, E. W. 
Crawford, H. J. 
Crawford, T. 
Cruice, L. N. 
Darkow, A. C. 
Darrow, E. T. 
Davis, M. E. 
Deming, E. 
Denison, E. 
Downing, J. C. 
Doxrud, O. 
Earle, D. 
Eldridge, I. S. 
EUiot, M. 
EUis, M. F. 
ElweU, R. P. 
Farr, C. E. 
Fell, E. N. 
FenoUosa, B. 
Ferguson, M. R. 
Ferris, F. C. 
Fetterman, M. G. 
Feurer, M. B. 
Fleisher, E. L. 
Fleming, H. E. 
Floersheim, E. W. 
Fox, E. R. 
Frederick, M. D. 
Fricke, E. F. 
Fries, E. R. 
Fulton, L. O. 
Garrett, F. B. 
Gendell, A. A. 
Gibb, L. W. 
Gillinder, A. 
Gimbel, G. L. 
Githens, M. U. 
Goldsmith, C. A. 
Goodwin, M. M. 
Gowen, E. 



Graham, B. 
Greene, C. B. 
Grotevent, K. E. 
Haevernick, E. 
Haines, A. J. 
Haines, M. H. 
Hall, A. L. 
Hall, E. H. 
HaUett, S. N. 
HaUowell, B. 
Halpen, S. M. 
Harbeson, L. M. 
Harris. F. B. 
Harris, M. V. 
Harris, M. 
Hathaway, S. 
Hawkins, A. M. 
Head, H. F. 
Henry, J. K. 
Hiestand, E. M. 
HiU, V. G. 
Hollar, M. R. 
Horner, J. E. 
HoweU, K. L. 
Howson, B. 
Huey, K. 
Hutchin, E. F. 
Ingham, M. H. 
Irwin, A. M. 
Janney, M. 
Johnson, M. L. 
Jones, E. L. 

Jones, J. M. 

Jurist, H. S. 

Justice, H. 

Kane, F. B. 

Katzenstein, J. H. 

Keen, D. 

KeUer, M. O. 

Kent, M. Y. 

Kirk, H. R. 

Kirk, M. S. 

Kirkbride, E. B. 

Klein, G. 

Kraus, E. F. 

Ladd, M. E. 

Laniberton, A. 

Lamberton, H. 

Lamberton, M. 

Lape, E. E. 

Laser, L. J. 

Latta, AI. D. 

Lattimore, E. L. 

Laughlin, A. 

Lawrence, C. 

Laws, B. M. 

Lee, H. 

Lee, M. S. 

Leopold, F. S. 

Lepper, M. A. 

Levering, M. 

Levinson, D. C. 

Lewis, Louise. 

Lewis, Lucy. 

Lobdell, M. A. 

Loder, E. 

Long, A. D. 

Longatreth, E. M. 

Lowrey, E. E. 

Lowrey, M. M. 

MaoCoy, ]M. H. 

MacRae, E. 

Maguire, E. Y. 

IMarcus, B. 

INIaris, A. G. 

Mason, M. T. 

McCarthy, E. 

McCracken, M. 



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Geographical Distribviion 



McFarland, H. J. 
McMulIin, M. B. 
McMurtrie, F. E. 
McMurtrie, M. 
Miles, M. E. 
MiUer, M. C. 
MiUer. M. R. 
l,Iiller, M. W. 
MiUer, E. B. 
aiills, H. E. 
MitcheE, F. H. 
Mock, E. D. 
Morgan, M. C. 
Morris, E. F. 
Morris, J. P. 
Morris, M. 
Munroe, M. A. 
Mvirphy, E. H. 
Neall, A. W. 
Nichols, T. L. 
Niles, L. 
North, H. V. 
Norton, E. 
Ott. H. M. 
Owen, C. M. 
Packard, E. 
Palmer, E. W. 
Parks, G. M. 
Patterson, A. D. 
Peters, E. M. 
Pond, M. 
Pottberg, E. E. 

Randolph, H. 

Reeve, M. M. 

Eeinhardt, E. C. 

Reinhardt, E. M. 

Rice, E. F. 

Robertson, E. S. 

Robins, D. 

Root, M. L. 

Rosenheimer, B. 

RumriU, H. D. 

Schamberg, H. R. 

Schonenian, M. C. 

Scott. M. 

Seal,H. F. 

Searle, M. A, 

Seeds. I. M. 

Selig, A. 

Sellers, M. 

Shaffer. "W. 

Sheppard. I. 

Sheppard, M. 

Shippen, K. B. 

Shoemaker, A. P. 

Skerrett, D. W. 

Smith, A. C. 

Smith, C. 

Smith, H. T. 

Smith, M. C. 

Solis-Cohen, E. E. 

Steinbach, E. H. 

Steltzer, E. H. 

Stoddard, T. T. 

Stokley, D. S. 

Stratton, A. 

Sutch, C. 

Sykes. E. E. 

Tattersfield, E. H. 

Taylor, I. 

Thomas, A. H. 

Thomas, E. M. 

Thompson, E. 

Thompson, E. O. 

Thompson, L. 

Thompson, M. L. 

Todd, A. H. 

Tomlinson, J. 



Tracy, M. 
Tremain, E. R. 
Trimble, H. B. 
Trueman, M. E. 
Truitt, A. T. 
Turner, A. B. 
Turner, D. 
Tvler, M. G. 
\'bj1, E. R. 
Van Kirk, E. L. 
Tan Kirk. S. F. 
Tick, E. P. 
Wagner, A. B. 
Wagner, C. F. 
Wagner, E. O. 
Wallace, L. G. 
Wallersteia, R. C. 
Walters, A. B. 
Wasme, F. C. 
Weaver, M. E. 
Weil, M. 
Wells, A. M. 
WeUs, E. 
Wesner, il. B. 

Weston, D. T. 

Westling. C^L. 

Wevgandt, 5. 

White, E. M. 

White, E. V. 

Whiting, E. 

Wilidxison, A. L. 

WiUiams, H. E. 

Wilson, G. 

Windle, L. B. 

Winter, A. M. 

Wischan, P. 

Wolf, B. 

Wolff, H. G. 

Wood, I. 

Woodruii, L. T. 

Wright, M. C. 

Wyeth, H. E. 

"ioung, L. S. 

Young, R. 

Zebley, H. M. 

Zeckvrer, I. T. 

PiOshurgfi. 
Baggaley, E. 
Beardwood, J. 
BeUeviUe, M. E. 
Bisler, R. C. 
Bope, L. E. 
Breed, M. B. 
Brown, M. E. 
Capel, F. M. 
Davidson, A. R. 
Davis, S. W. 
Easton, M. 
Ellis, S. F. 
Free. M. L. 
Guckenheimer, A. 
GuiKord, E. G. 
Hall, M. G. 
Homberger, A. W. 
Hughes, M. D. 
Jones. V. 
Kingsbacher, G. 
Levy, E. S. 
List, M. K. 
Marsh, R. G. 
MeUen, :M. 
McCague, E. W. 
Middleton, H. 
Patterson, M. B. 
Reed, K. 
Rush, F. B. 
Schmidt, H. 



Sheldon, M. 

Shute, F. L. 

Siesel, C. F. 

Sipe, D. H. 

Spencer. A. J. 

Stevenson, E. J. 

Van Hise, M. J. 

Van Wagener, E. !M. 

Vauclain, M. 
Porfaffe. 

Johnson. A^ 
PoUstovm. 

Garrigues, M. A. 

Healy, J. 
PottsriUe. 

Boyer, A. A. 

Bover, L. F. 

Bullock. E. S. 

Sheafer, K. E. 

Ulmer, E. E. 
QuakertoTTTi. 

MendenhaU, A. A. 
Kadnor. 

Dillin, M. S. 

Erben, H. 

Fotilke, R. M. 

KeUey. O. M. 

Newkirk, A- M. F. 
Reading. 

Archer, C. 

Loose. K. R. 

Sharman, L. yi. 
RoBenumt. 

Austin, M. H. 

Canan, M. H. 

Converse, 2\I. E. 

Dean, A. E. 

neck, H. :m. 

Ford, G. M. 

Garrett. M. R. 

Goff, L. 

Hubbard, S. E. 

King, G. G. 

Ramsev, H. M. 

Richards, M. S. 

Rvan, M. T. 

Ryan, M. C. 

Vauclain. A. 
St. Clair. 

Daddow, V. 
St. Davids. 

Buzby. A. K. 

Smith. M. W. 

Tavlor, M. 

Ttiil, A. W. 

Yeatts, M. D. 
SchwenksriUe. 

Penny packer. A. M. W 

Pennypacker, E. B. 
ScroTiton. 

Hunt. F. E. 

Jenks, M. 

Jones, D. M. 

Jones, H. E. 

McAnulty, A. 

Steele, E. R. 

Storrs, J. 

Woodruff, C. L. 
Sewi/:Mey. 

BeUeviUe, D. 

Morris, F. H. 

Shaw, C. T. 

Shaw, K. L. 

Taylor, B. A. 

Taylor, M. S. 



Geographical Distribution 



189 



Shamokin. 

Llewellyn, E. G. 

MoWilliams, I. C. 
Sharon Hill. 

Baird, J. 
Sheridan. 

Chauvenet, V. R. 

Somerset. 

Zimmerman, S. A. 

Southampton. 

Durand, M. P. 
South Bethlehem. 

Dudley, M. 

Meredith, M. A. 

State College. 

MacDonald, M. B. 

Yarnall, E. 
Strafford. 

Weadley, L. B. 

Summit Hill. 

Schneider, N. R. 
Swarthmore. 

Ashton, D. L. 

Brownell, H. M. 

Clothier, H. H. 

Jackson, A. W. 
Swissvale. 

Price, M. L. 
Three Tuns. 

Downs, E. W. 

Troy. 

Nearing, D. 
Tyrone. 

La Porte, M. D. 
Warren. 

Eddy, O. G. 
Warwick. 

Wilson, H. A. 
Washington. 

Burns, M. C. 

McKeehan, M. M. 

Thompson, S. K. 

Wawa. 

Pennell, H. S. 
Wayne. 

Bright, M. D. 

Chapin, E. B. 

Chapin, H. B. 

Howson, A. 

Mifflin, E. H. 

Steele, E. C. M. 

Wood, A. P. 
West Chester. 

Burns, S. H. 

Darlington, B. W. 

Eberman, E. 

Heritage, G. L. 

MacElree, H. 

MaoElree, M. 

Mendinhall, M. A. 

Shipley, M. M. 

Thompson, C. R. 
West Conshohocken. 

Crawford, E. L. 

West Grove. 

Cadbury, H. W. 

Westtown. 
Brown, B. 
DeLong, I. L. 
Hartshorne, A. 
McManus, C. E. 



Whitemursh. 

Heffern, A. C. 
Whitford. 

Price, A. 

Thomas, M. G. 
Wilkes Barre. 

Atherton, S. H. 

Evans, M. A. 

Matlack, L. 

Thomas, J. D. 

Thomas, L. M. 

Van Horn, O. O. 
Wilkinsburg. 

Goldsmith, S. S. 

McKee, M. C. 
Williamsport. 

Lyon, H. B. 

Utley. E. M. 

Wynnewood. 
West, A. E. 

York. 

Chapin, H. 
Jeffers, E. T. 
Mayer, J. I. 
Rupp, S. E. 
Schmidt, K. R. 
Schmidt, M. R. 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

Manila. 

Barber, F. S. 
Bartholomew, C. 
WiUits, V. W. 

PORTO RICO. 

San Juan. 
Beermann, E. 
Murtha, M. W. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



DuVal, K. I. 
Wood, R. B. I. 

Newport. 
Foulke, L. 
Lawton, G. E. 
Weaver, E. W. N. 

Providence. 

AUinson, S. C. 
Barber, H. D. 
Bates, M. E. 
Brownell, M. G. 
Carpenter, H. T. 
Emerson, H. 
Emery, A. C. 
Everett, H. 
Hull, D. P. 
Irvine, M. A. 
King,_L. S. 
Levering, E. 
Maltby, O. D. 
Morton, C. M. 
Noyes, E. G. 
Pope, E. B. 
Smith, I. 
Smythe, H. G. 
Stetson, L. A. 

Westerly. 
Sharpless, L. T. 

Woonsocket. 
Edwards, E. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Camden. 

Thompson, C. M. 
Newberry. 

Mower, M. 
Spartanburg. 

Crane, E. 

Day, D. C. 

TENNESSEE. 

Bridgeport. 

Huff, F. J. 
Chattanooga. 

Chamberlain, S. W. 

MitcheU, B. M. 

Montague, M. 

Smartt, M. K. 
Knoxville. 

Bain, E. 

Wray, E. S. 
Nashville. 

Field, A. M. 

Norris, B. C. 

Sisson, E. I. 
South Pittsburgh. 

Lodge, E. H. 

TEXAS. 

Alice. 

Sanborne, S. M. 
Alpine. 

Branson, A. M. 

Austin, 

Calfee, M. A. 

Horton, G. P. 

Townes, A. C. 
Corsicana. 

Stuart, A. A. 
Dallas. 

Buxton, C. F. 

Cockrell, J. E. 

Cockrell, M. 

Howard, M. E. 

Perkins, L. 

Platter, M. H. 

Scruggs, M. 
Fort Worth. 

Benson, M. E. 
Galveston. 

KeiUer, M. M. 

Keiller, V. H. 

Kenison, L. 
San Antonio. 

DeArmond, E. M. 

Jarvis, M. M. 
Vernon. 

Robey, W. 

Waco. 
Eastland, N. E. 

UTAH. 

Salt Lake City. 
Colton, C. B. 
deSchweinitz, A. 
Rodi, I. 
Tongate, H. F. 
Williams, K. 

VERMONT. 

Burlington. 
Anthony, A. 
Child, C. M. 
Ogden, E. S. 
Waldo, A. G. 



190 



Geographical Distrihution 



Ca.itleton. 

Clark, D. M. 
Fort Ethan Allen. 

AUen, J. V. 
Ludloio. 

Chandler, M. J. 
Middlebury. 

Throop, S. E. 
Ruipert. 

Kennedy, L. E. 
St. John-shury. 

Fairbanks, G. 

VIRGINIA. 

Boyce. 

Meade, A. II. 
nampton. 

Price, A. M. 

IXOT. 

Davis, M. 

Eaiford, L. 

VThite, D. B. 
Lee^huTg. 

Canby, C. G. 
Lynchburg. 

Le'wis, E. D. L. 
Norfolk. 

Collins, G. W. 
Orange. 

Lee, M. M. 
Petersburg. 

McKenney, V. S. 
Ric?imond. 

Crenshaw, F. G. 

Minor, C. 

Munford, M. S. 

Run von, M. B. 

Taj'lor, M. M. W. 

Trewett, L. F. 
Roanoke. 

Johnston, E. H. 
Staunton. 

Howard, J. C. 
Sweet Briar. 

Harrison, J. P. 



UppertiUe. 
Glascock, E. 

WASHINGTON. 

Femdale. 

Vickery, Pu. P. 

Newport 

Popejoy, L. E. 
Pullman. 

Ross, A. 
Seattle. 

Ballard, J. Isl. 

Brown, A. L. 

Cooper, E. 

Dabnev, E. 

Dean, H. L. 

Puhodes, A. E. 
Sedro WooUey. 

Marshall, P... 
Selleck. 

Sweet, E. 
Spokane. 

Edmand, M. J. 
Tacoma. 

Meredith, E. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

HirUon. 

Beliekowsky, S. 
Parkersburg. 

Buchanan, il. 

Smith, L. E. 
Sarannah. 

Emory, L. B. 
Wheelirig. 

Walton, C. A. 



WISCONSIN. 

ArUigo. 

Latta, M. A. 
Appleton. 

Dudley, L. 
Beloit. 

Grabill, TV. 



Brodhead. 

McXair, G. E. 
Kenosha. 

Sherman, Z. M. 
Madiion. 

Comstock, M. C. E. 

Conrad, E. 

Frehafer, M. K. 

FuUer, C. B. 

Hopkins, E. 

Jackson, H. H. 

Lange, L. B. 

Morgan, L, B. 

Proudfit, J. V. 

Putnam, M. 

Schiedt, A. E. 

Schock, C. F. 

Sterling, S. A. 

Tavlor, G. E. 

ToreUe, E. 

Vilas, ]M. 
Marshfidd. 

Shapiro, R. 
ililwaukee. 

Camp, yi. M. 

EschweUer, H. L. 

Friend, M. A. 

Goodell, E. 

Johristln, R. F. 

Miller, A. C. 

^Miller, L. I. 

Palmer, E. M. 

Sceets, L. A. 

Van Dvke, X. D. 

Wahl, M. L. 
Montello. 

Kearney, J. 
Oshkosh. 

Sheldon, E. 
Ripon. 

Goodrich, G. G. 
Shawano. 

Upham, S. D. 

WYOMING. 
Basin. 

Burton, C. P. 



ASIA MINOR. 

Tarsus. 

Christie, M. P. 



AUSTRIA HUNGARY. 

Vienna. 

Cable, M. L. 
Havnes, M. S. 
Whitney III, E. F. 

CANADA. 
Carman. 

Fraser, J. 
Cobourg. 

Highet, M. E. 

Jones, L. L. 
Halifax. 

Lindsay, F. J. 

Stewart, A. A. 
Kingston. 

Gordon, W. 



FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 

MoTitreal. 
-•yien, R. 
Brooks, H. 
Cam, X. 
Lundie, E. H. 

New Brunswick. 
Brown, V..L. 

Ne^j^market. 
Davis, M. 

Ottawa. 

Hanington, F. 

Quebec. 
Graham, E. M. 

Toronto. 
deBeauregard, E. T. 
Hamilton. E. P. 
Keys, F. T. 
MiUman, M. H. 
Parsons, V. L. 
WaddeU, M. E. G. 



Varicouzer. 

Marcuse, B. 

Matheson, W. 

Xewton, E. H. 

Xorthway, M. I. 
Winnipeg. 

Durand, E. P. 

RoweU, M. C. 

Tyson, E. B. 

CHILE. 

Aniofagasla. 
Towle, S. I. 

CHINA. 

Canton. 

Arthur, A. C. 

Faries, E. 

Loshe, L. D. 

Sinclair, F. S. 
Cliangsha. 

Van Wagenen, K. H. 



Geographical Distrihviion 



191 



Foochow. 

Crane, H. B. 
Hankow. 

Scott, K. E. 
Nanking. 

Beebe, M. H. 
Shanghai. 

Eastham, W. W. 

Ward, J. 

Shensi. 

Murdoch, C. S. 

Shoo-^u. 

Ropes, A. R. 

Wuchang. 

HutcMns, G. 

James, Al. L. 
Yangchow. 

Sampson, A. R. 

DENMARK. 

Roskilde. 
Olsen, S. Y. 

EGYPT. 

Cairo. 

Kirkbride, M. A. 

ENGLAND. 

Bedford. 

Skinner, !M. G. 
Birmingham. 

King, R. E. A. 

May, E. G. 
Bloxwich. 

Starkey, 0. B. 
Cambridge. 

Hutchinson, A. R. 

Smith, M. S. 
Cheltenham. 

Piirdie, E. 

Smith, E. M. 
Chester. 

Matthews, I. M. 
Chislehurst. 

Hooper, E. S. 
Croydon. 

Hudson, H. P. 
Darlington. 

Ashley, A. M. 
Englefield Green. 

Cam, H. M. 

Massey, I. M. 
Great Brid-ge. 
Davis, E. 

Poulton, E. ISI. 

Kinson. 

Morrow, C. N. E. 
Liphook. 

Mintum, M. 
Liverpool. 

Harrison, E. 

London. 

Albertson, L. IM. 
Ashford, E. B. 
Atkinson, !M. 
CampbeU, G. H. 
CosteUoe, K. E. M. C. 
Costelloe, R. C. 
Douglas, A. 
Garrett, C. H. 



Henderson, H. G. 
Hicks, A. M. 
McCook, C. A. 
IVIearkle, E. 
Mitchell, C. T. 
Montgomery, H. M. 
Palmer, H. R. 
Parrish, E. 
Rackstraw, M. 
Rendel, F. E. 
Roberts, C. G. M. 
Seymour, E. D. 
Smith, A. W. P. 
Tevis, J. A. 
Louth. 

Longbottom, G. 

Manchester. 

Jackson, M. K. 

Lamb, D. 

Shea\'yn, P. A. B. 
N ewcastle-on-Tyne. 

Hardcastle, F. 
Oxford. 

D'Eveljm, C. 

Stoddard, Y. 
Penzance. 

ChaUen, L. R. 
Plymouth. 

Sherwood, E. L. 

Sonning. 

NeUson, G. H. 
Sedbergh. 

Macfadzean, A. M. 

Steyning. 

Spencer, M. D. 

FINLAND. 

Helsingfors. 

Van Reypen, A. L. 

FRANCE. 

Chateauroux. 
Galabert, J. M. 



Coleman, A. C. 

Montrouge. 
Tertois, Y. 

Paris. 

Baldwin, E. F. 
Brown, H. D. 
Cons, J. 
Fuller, J. A. 
Goldman, B. 
Hendrickson, A. 
Hickman, M. M. 
Lounsbery, G. C. 
Macfarlane, K. S. 
Meigs, A. M. 
Welles, C. 

GERMANY. 

Berlin. 

Auerbach, L. 

Engelmann, S. C. 

Ewald, M. 

Haas, J. 

Hackenberg, E. M. 

Kleine, H. 
Bischofsburg. 

Gerlach, E. 
Flensburg. 

Rehder, M. 



GeestemUnde. 
Bolwin, L. 

Gdttingen. 
Klein, E. 
Roe, A. B. 

Grossharthau. 
Ropes, E. M. 

Hamburg. 

Behrens, M. E. J. 

Kollund. 

Rehder, M. K. 

Magdeburg. 
Caspar, A. 

Munster. 
Vogel, F. 

Stuttgart. 
Balz, M. 

Wurzburg. 
Heffner, B. 
O'Grady, M. I. 

Zoppot bei Danzig. 
Ewerth, M. 

GREECE. 

Lefkas. 
Palmer, E. 

HOLLAND. 

Rotterdam. 
Wehle, F. B. 



INDIA. 

Bombay. 

Atherton, M. G. 

Ceylon. 

Taylor, H. M. A. 

Hamirpur. 

Thompson, F. D. 



ITALY. 

Florence. 
Hunt, E. 

Rome. 

Van Deman, E. B. 

JAPAN. 

Kanagawaken. 
GUmour, L. 

Kyoto. 

Matsuda, M. 

Alito. 

Sharpless, E. F. 

Nagasaki. 

KidweU, L. M. 

Tokyo. 

Dogura, M. 
Hoshino, A. 
Lewis, A. G. 
Suzuki, U. 
Tsuda, U. 

KOREA. 

Kunsan. 

Bedinger, A. M. 



192 



Geogra-ph. ico. I Distntmiion 



MEXICO. 


SCOTLAND. 


SWITZERUND. 


Mexico. 


Greenock. 


Gene-1. 


Noble. E. 


Bortiiwick, A. 


Clark, E. :M. 
Erismann, P. A. C. 


PERSIA. 


SOUTH AFRICA. 


Porter, 3,1. W. 


Teheran. 


Tre:;;-.;;o';, 


Zurich. 


Case, C. C. 


Sargent, H. A. 

ADDRESS UNKNOWN.* 


Clarke. S. L. 


Andrews, E. A. F. 


Goddard, G. 


Lucy, S. B. 


Arnold, D. H. C. 


Goldsmith, S. 


Lynch, N. 


Aslihiimpr, F,. A. 


Hailey. E. L. 


Mabury, B. 


Banitt, J. E. 


Hann. A. T. 


Marsh. E. 


Bash, A- B. 


Harley. E. L. 


Mayhew, V. A. 


Battersby. E. J. 


Hattersley. M. 


Mooie. E. B. 


Beyfuss, M. F. B. 


Hecht. B. 


Schmidt, A, 


Brand, H. P. 


HtiTinicutt, G. O. 


Sollenberger. il. 


Briggs, X. 


Iringer, L L. 


St^enberg, B. 


Brown, L. C. 


Jones, G. L. 


TJpijenTian, E. B. 


Butler, F. H. 


KimbaU, M. H. 


Willett, J. L. 


Coughlin. M. F. 


Eng. M. G. 


Wolcott, L. 


Downing, M. 


Lark, M. L. 




Field, M. E. 


Lucas, E. 

DEATHS. 





Abbott, ^Madeline Vaughan. 
Albro. Alice Hopkins. 
AUyn, Susan Frances. 
Armstrong. Marguerite B. 
Atwater. Ethelwyn ilorrilL 
Austin, Annette. 
Baker, Bessie. 
Baldwin, JuUet Catherine. 
Barr, Dora. 

Blauvelt, Anne Fleming. 
Blauvelt. Elisabeth Hedges. 
Bolton-Smith, Louise. 
Brigham, Pauline Wight. 
Brodie, Elizabeth Harris. 
Buchanan, IsabeL 
Buster, Frances EsteUe. 
Carey, Frances King. 
Chenault. Sue Shirley. 
Clapp, Anna Verplanck. 
Clarke, Anna Hmdekoper. 
Cooksey, Margaret. 
Daugherty. EUomse. 
Dixon, Clarion. 
Emerson, Ruth. 
Evans. Rebecca ^liHer. 
Fanshawe. Leonora. 
Forbes, ilargaret. 
Foster, Mary Maclntire. 
Gardner, OaribeL 
Garlow, Lulu- 
Giles, Ellen Rose. 
Gusky, Mary Flsther. 
Hacliiey, Henryanna Clay. 
Harrington, Emily BevaiL 
Harris, Jane HowelL 
Hecht, Adelheid. 
Herrmann. Rose Sylphina . 



Hipjrinson. Mary Hamot. 
Hillman, Elizabeth. 
How^e. Emily Gumming. 
Howland, ilarcella. 
Hunt. Helen Dunlap. 
Jackson. Frances Appleton. 
James, ilary Denver. 
TTanfmqnn, Irene Saidie. 
KeUen, Ruth. 
Lambert. Helen. 
Lyon, Frances Witter, 
^lappin, T.illian M. 
Mead, Helen Douglas. 
McKenney. Clara Justine. 
MoMahan, Una. 
ACtcheU, Charlotte 

Barnard. 
Moore. Hannah Irene. 
Moore, Lydia. 
MuUer, Anna. 
!Muzzey, !Marie IHla. 
Orbison, Agnes Louise. 
Patterson, ilary Grafton. 
Peck, Helen Lucile. 
Powers, Anna. 
Price, ilarjorie G. 
Pvandall, Ruth. 
Reid, Estelle. 
Richards. Adehne !Mayo. 
Ritchie, ilary Helen. 
Robinson. Constance. 
Sampson, Edith F. 
Schaeffer, Helen Elizabeth. 
Scofield, Jane. 
Shoemaker. Jane Gushing. 
Shoemaker, Martha. 



Simpson, Florence. 
Simpson, Frances Marion. 
Sinclair. Elsie Campbell. 
Smedley, Elizabeth B. 
Smith, Mary Fairbank. 
Stephens, Mary. 
Stevens. Mary Picton. 
Stevens. Xettie Maria. 
Swift. Elizabeth. 
Taylor, IVIary Lewis. 
Thiebaud. 3*Iarguerite. 
Thompson, Elizabeth 

Taylor. 
Thome, Luella H. 
Tunbridge. Helen Elizabeth. 
Van Norden, Kmnia PhiTli pB 
Vickers. T.illian 
Von Gerber. WiDaelmina 

Georgina Marie. 
Vosburgh, Isabella Marion. 
Walker, Esther. 
Waller, Ruby Leora. 
Watson, Florence 

Mehitabel. 
Weld, Hoise Minot. 
Wheeler, May L. 
Wheeler, Winifred Fay. 
WhitaU, Margaret Cooper. 
WhitaU, IMargaret Millan 
White. Lulu Johnson. 
Wigg. Harriet EDa. 
VViIlets, Katherine Taber. 
Woerishoffer, Carola. 
Worthington, Marv 

Dorothy WhitalL 
Wright. Lois Meta. 



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Home Addresses of Present Graduate Students, 1915-16. 

Adams, Elizabeth Darlington,. . . .Care of the Rev. H. F. Adams, 314 

Montauk Avenue, New London, Conn. 
Adams, Louise Elizabeth Whetenhall, .... Care of Charles H. Adams, 

Esq., 366 Halsey Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Albert, Grace, College Inn, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Allard, Beatrice, .... Care of Dr. Frank E. AUard, Summit Road, 

Wellesley, Mass. 
Ballou, Marion Alcott, . . . .Care of RoUin E. Ballou, Esq., 67 Summer 

Street, Woonsocket, R. I. 
Barnett, Hazel Kathryn, . . .Care of E. A. Barnett, Esq., Bedford, Pa. 
Barnicle, Mary Elizabeth, .... Care of P. Henry Barnicle, Esq., 221 

Messer Street, Providence, R. I. 
Bartholomew, Grace, .... Care of Allen R. Bartholomew, Esq., 4527 

Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Beck, Louise Goebel, * 1041 County Line Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Beckley, Florence Nice,. . .992 Beacon Street, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Blake, Sue Avis, Care of B. F. Blake, Esq., Merion Station, Pa. 

BoNTECou, Margaret, 150 Highland Avenue, Orange, N. J. 

Bradway, Margaret Saeger, . . .Care of WilUam Bradway, Esq., Haver- 
ford, Pa. 
Breckenridge, Marguerite Jennie, .... Care of R. J. Breckenridge, 

Esq., 414 North Main Street, Grove City, Pa. 
Bringardner, Ida Margaret. .. .Care of Albert Bringardner, Esq., 

1138 Bryden Road, Columbus, O. 
Brown, Anna Haines, .... Care of Francis Shunk Brown, Esq., 5927 

Drexel Road, Philadelphia. 

Byrne, Alice Hill, 447 West Walnut Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Butler, Elsa May, Care of W. M. Butler, Esq., 201 Westgate, Park- 
view, St. Louis, Mo. 
Cheyney, Alice Squires, .... Care of Professor Edward P. Cheyney, 

259 South 44th Street, Philadelphia. 

Clark, Anna Whitman, 117 Henry Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Cowan, Marguerite Jozelle, .... Care of John Cowan, Esq., 213 East 

First Avenue, Oskaloosa, la. 

Craven, f Edith Chapin, 225 Lenoir Avenue, Wayne, Pa. 

Davis, Elizabeth,. . . .Care of Mrs. Anna C. Davis, 740 Mechanic Street, 

Jeffersonville, Ind. 
Daw, Elizabeth Beatrice, .... Care of the Rev. Wilham Ernest Daw, 

Spottswood, N. J. 
DoAN, Mary, .... Care of Joseph J. Doan, Esq., 47 North Irvington 

Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Dunn, Esther Cloudman, .... Care of Charles Dunn, Jr., Esq., 264 

Westbrook Street, South Portland, Me. 
Eames, Elizabeth,. . . .Care of E. A. Eames, Esq., Wahiawa, Oahu, H. I. 
Earle, Jane Marion, .... Care of G. J. Earle, Esq., 11 Bramley Hill, 

Croydon, England. 

Frank, J Grace, 219 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Friedline, Cora Louise, .... Care of H. S. Stoner, Esq., 2107 South 

17th Street, Lincoln, Neb. 
Fuller, Helen Genevieve,. . . .Care of W. E. Fuller, Esq., Amesbury, 

Mass. 
George, Margaret Madeleine, .... Care of John E. George, Esq., 

Sudlersville, Md. 

*Mrs. Jean Baptiste Beck. fMrs. Thomas Truxton Tingey Craven. 

% Mrs. Tenney Frank. 



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194: Present Graduate Sluderds 

Gree3«i:, AiiT Bla^tche, 1029 Wesley Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Hanna, ]\Iart Auce, .... Care of Samuel C. Hanna, 445 West 14th Street, 

Trenton. Mo. . 
Hardzxbeooe;. ^Mildred, . . Care of Mrs. L. G. Hardenbrook, Valatie, X. Y. 
Harper, FLORE^xE Mat, ....Care of P. J. Glennon, Esq., 711 Fourth 

Avenue, Seattle, "U ash. 
Harpjsox, Ja:n-e A2vnetta, .... Cai-e of J. T. Han-ison, Esq., La Plata, Mo. 
Harvey, Helex Fraxces . . . . Care of Mrs. H. L. Harvey, 233 Xorth 

Professor Street, Oberhn, O. 
HoEHXE, Ffjlda, . . . . Diirerstrasse 39, Berhn-Lichterfelde W., Germany. 

Hetbbard, Auce Philexa Felicia, Cedar Crest, Belton, Texas. 

HuxTLET, Ethel Viegixta, 526 West 173rd Street, New York City. 

JpasH, Florexce Cathepj:xe. Care of Mrs. J. B. Irish, 813 West 

Main Street. XorristOTm. Pa. 

Jepsex, Mathilda, Care of ^I. Jepsen, Esq.. GardnerviUe, Xev. 

JoxES, GwEX AxN" GeUi Isaf , Bala, Wales. 

Justice, Mildred Lewis, . . . .Care of Alfred R. Justice, Esq., 114 Grand- 
view Road, Ardmore, Pa. 
Kessel, Julia Braixard, .... Care of Dr. George Kessel, 212 Sixth 

Avenue East. Cresco, la. 
KoLARS, ]Mart Barbara, .... Care of Charles C. Kolars, Esq., Le Sueur 

Centre, ZSIinn. 

Lawatschek. Ellt WiLHELiiix'A, Low Builchngs, BrjTi Mawr, Pa. 

Leake, * Elizabeth Theustox, 815 Old Lancaster Road, 'Brya Alawr, Pa. 

Lucas, Leoxora, 2344 Sheridan Road, Evanston, lU. 

Macaulet, Edith Rebecca, .... Care of Homer J. Luther, Esq., 304 

Centre Street, ^Medina, X. Y. 
]Macdoxald, Jaxet ^Ialcolm, .... Care of the Rev. "^ . T. Macdonald, 

1015 Sixth Avenue Xorth, Fort Dodge, la. 
Magee, Helex,. . . .Care of W. F. Magee, Esq., 115 South 7th Street, 

Easton, Pa. 
IMaxchester, Ruth Coe^. . . Care of George E. Manchester, Esq., 171 

Spencer Street, Winsted, Conn. 

Medes, Grace, 300 Gladstone Boulevard, Kansas City, IMo. 

MixoR, Jessie,. . . .Care of A. A. ]Minor, Esq., 1320 Washington Avenue, 

Springfield, Mo. 
Mopjiis.t T\iLLA^-EXE Sober,. . . .212 East ]SIeade Street, Chestnut Hill, 

Philadelphia. 
MoRxixGSTAR, Helex, . . . . Caxe of Charles A. Morningstar, Esq., 1275 

Franklin Avenue, Columbus, O. 

XeaPuCxg, Mart Fraxxes, Rockefeller Hall, Brj-n Mawr College. 

OcHTMAX, DoROTHT, . . . .Care of Leonard Ochtman, Esq., Cos Cob, Conn. 
Ormsbee. Hazel Gr-Oct, .... Care of Mrs. Harriet L. Ormsbee, 403 CoUege 

Avenue, Ithaca, X. Y. 
Perkixs, Ruth, . . . .Care of Frank E. Perkins, Esq., 302 Centre Avenue, 

Abington, Mass. 

Pixx"ET, M.\RT Edith, Care of Dr. G. A. Pinney, Wilson, Kan. 

R.^MBO, Eleax'OR Fergusox, .... Care of A. R. Rambo, Esq., 120 County 

Line Road, BrjTi Mawr, Pa. 
Rhts, ]Mart, .... Care of The Rev. J. L. Rhys, The Rectory, Tarrant- 

GreviUe, Blandford, Dorset, England. 
RoBERTSOx, Emma Seller.s, . . . . Care of Miss M. S. Sellers, 1621 Pine 

Street, Philadelphia. 
RosAX'OFF, LiLLiAX", .... Care of Abraham H. Rosanoff, 364 Alexander 

Avenue, Xew York Cit3-. 
Sauxt)Ers, Octaaia Elfrida, .... Care of Mrs. H. C. Saunders, The 

Uplands, ^Sla^-field, Sussex, England. 

* Mrs. James ililler Leake. t^Irs- Herbert C. Morris. 



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Present Undergraduate Students 195 

Sharpless, Edith Forsyth, . . . .Care of President Isaac Sharpless, 

Haverford, Pa. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Smith, Lucia Helen,. . . .Care of A. Weston Smith, Esq., 32 West 68th 

Street, New York City. 
Soskin, Lillian,. . . .Care of Max Soskin, Esq., 595 Beech Terrace, New 

York City. 

Tattershall, Louise Mat, White Haven, Pa. 

Terrien, Mary Louise, .... Care of J. B. Terrien, Esq., 5 Prospect 

Terrace, Nashua, N. H. 
Tetlow, Frances Howard,. . .21 Cumberland Terrace, Brookline, Mass. 

Thayer, Ellen, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

ToBiN, Elise, . . . .Care of Samuel J. Tobin, Esq., 515 Lexington Avenue, 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Todd, Gretchen,. . . .Care of E. N. Todd, Esq.. Old Short Hills Road, 

Milburn, N. J. 

Tufts, Helen Loring, Care of C. H. Tufts, Esq., Vernon, N. Y. 

Unger, Jbannette, . . . .Care of Mrs. H. J. Unger, 73 East 90th Street, 

New York City. 

Vaughan, Agnes Carr, 2714 Morgan Street, Tampa, Fla. 

Wardell,* Beulajh Louise, . .439 North Limestone Street, Spring^eld, O. 

Watson, f Amey Eaton, 5 College Avenue, Haverford, Pa. 

Weston, Dorothy Vivian, .... Care of Wallace Weston, Esq., Weston's 

MiUs, N. Y. 
WiEAND, Helen Emma,. . . .Care of the Rev. C. S. Wieand, 259 Chest- 
nut Street, Pottstown, Pa. 
WiLLCOX, Marguerite,. .Care of Inman L. Willcox, Esq., Oxford, N. Y. 
Woodbury, Margaret, .... Care of Benjamin Woodburj^, Esq., 92 

Jefferson Avenue, Columbus, O. 



Home Addresses of Present Undergraduate Students, 1915-16. 

Adams, Ewing, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. B. S. Adams, St. Louis Union 

Trust Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Alden, Ruth Weston, 1916, Care of John F. Alden, Esq., 50 Meigs 

Street, Rochester, N. Y. 
Allen, Mary Ware, 1918, .... Care of Russell C. AUen, Esq., Bonita, Cal. 
Allison, Frances Ekin, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. J. E. Allison, 5825 Gates 

Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 
Allport, Harriet Hubbard, 1917, .... Care of Dr. Walter H. Allport, 

40 BeUevue Place, Chicago, lU. 
Anderton, Virginia Wallis, 1918, .... Care of Charles Edward Andei'- 

ton, Esq., Lake Drive, East Milwaukee, Wis. 
Andrew.?, Ethel, 1919.... Care of Professor Charles M. Andrews, 59 

Wall Street, New Haven, Conn. 
Andrews, Mary Bartow, 1917, .... Care of Joseph Andrews, Esq., 

Chestnut Street, Englewood, N. J. 
Atherton, Eleanor Riggs, 1918, .... Care of Thomas Hem-y Atherton, 

Esq., 36 West River Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Babbitt, Mary Evelyn, 1918, . . . .Care of Dr. James A. Babbitt, Haver- 
ford College, Haverford, Pa. 
Bacon, Margaret Howell, 1918,. . . .Care of WiUiam W. Bacon, Esq., 

162 Queen Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Bailey, Georgia Reily, 1919,. . . .Care of James B. Bailey, Esq., 1501 

North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

*Mrs. Miles L. Hanley. tMrs. Frank D. Watson. 



196 Present Undergraduate Students 

Ballet, Mabtha, 1918, .... Care of Edward Bailej-, Esq., 1517 Xorth 

Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Bais. Olr-e Lo\^', 1918, . . . Xare of John Bain, Jr., Esq., 340 West 86th 

Street, Xew York City. 
Bakee, ^'ibgi>-ia, 1916, Care of Mrs. Charles E. Baker, 1405 Eutaw 

Place, Baltimore, Md. 
Bakxxtt, Gladys Mart, 1918, Care of the Rev. Augustus E. Bamett, 

1617 Oxford Street, Philadelphia. 
Batchelder, Kathet^-e Chase, 1916, Care of Charles S. Batchelder, 

E.?q.. Faribault, M inn . 
Beardwood, Alice, 1917 Care of Thomas W. Beardwood, Esq., 

802 Xorth 24th Street, Philadelphia. 
Beattt, Frederika, 1919,. . . .Care of the Rev. Troy Beatty, The Rec- 
tor}-, Athens, Ga. 
Bexsbeeg, Brooke Bright, 1916,. .Care of Mrs. Ferdinand A. Bensberg, 

208 Walnut Street, St. Louis^ Mo. 
Bettmax, !\.Iariox Rcse, 1919, .... Care of Dr. Henry Wald Bettman, 

4 West 7th Street. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
BiDDLE, Elizabeth R., 1919, .... Care of James G. Biddle, Esq., Wal- 

lingford. Pa. 
Bird. Doris Marie. 1917, Care of Theodore H. Bird, Esq., 3407 North 

15th Street. Philadelphia. 
Bl-vket, Dorothy Mary, 1919, Care of C. S. Blakey, Esq., Esther- 

^•ille, Iowa. 
Blodgett, Katharine BrRR, 1917, .... Care of ]Mr5. George R. Blodgett, 

Christodora House, 147 Avenue B, Xew York City. 
Blue, Augusta Lyell, 1919,. . . .Care of C. E. Blue, Esq., Charlottes- 
ville. Va. 
Booth. A>.-xa Martha, 1918, Care of John Booth, Esq., 2303 North 

13th Street, Philadelphia. 
Borx, Therese :Mathilde, 1918, Care of Isaac Bom, Esq., 2038 North 

Alabama Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 
BoYD, Mary, 1917,. . . .Care of James Boyd, Esq., 64 West 77th Street, 

New York Cit}-. 
Bradley, Frances Sladex, 1916, .... Care of Major John J. Bradley, 

Gatun, Canal Zone. 
Brakeley, Elizabeth, 1916, .... Care of Joseph Brakelev, Esq., Free- 
hold, X. J. 
Braxsox, Fr.occes Garrett, 1919, .... Care of Dr. Thomas F. Branson, 

Rosemont, Pa. 
Braxsox. Mary Garrett, 1916, Care of Dr. Thomas F. Branson, 

Rosemont. Pa. 
Bridge, Is.^belle, 1916,. . . .Care of George Smith Bridge, Esq., 578 Mil- 
burn Street. Evanston, lU. 
Brodhead, Gertrude Ross, 1919, ...Care of E. H. Brodhead, Esq.. 

Parkesburg, Pa. 
Broomiteld, ^Iabel May, 1919, .... Care of Robert Broomfield, Esq., 

5236 Kingsessing Avenue, Philadelphia. 
Browx, Lovira Chapix, 1917,. . . .Care of Thomas Br3-aiit Brown, Esq., 

547-549 West 21st Street, Xew York City. 
Brtxt:, Eva Alice Worrall, 1916, .... Care of Jonathan Brj-ne, Esq., 

290 Ea.st Bringhurst Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
BuEFUM, Fraxces, 1918, Care of Adelbert E. Buffum. Esq., Cohasset, 

Mass. 
Burt. Alex-e. 1916, Care of Mrs. Charles B. Burt, 150 West 47th 

Street, Xew York City. 
Butler, ]SIargaret Elisabeth, 1919, .... Care of Pierce Butler, Esq., 

1347 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, Mum. 



Present Undergraduate Students 197 

BuTTERFiELD, Helen Iola, 1918, . . . .Care of Ora Elmer Butterfield, Esq., 

118 West 72nd Street, New York City. 
Carroll, Heloise, 1917, .... Care of Dr. Robert S. Carroll, 75 Zillicoa 

Street, Asheville, N. C. 
Carus, Mary Elizabeth, 1919, . . . .Care of Mrs. Paul Carus, La Salle, 111. 
Cassel, Gladys Hagy, 1918, ... .Care of Mrs. J. O. Atherholt, 5836 

Catherine Street, West Philadelphia. 
Casselberry, Catharine, 1917, .... Care of Dr. WilKam Evans Cassel- 

berry, 1830 Calumet Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
Chadbourne, Emily Roxana, 1919,. . . .Care of J. H. Chadbourne, Esq., 

11 Irvington Street, Waban, Mass. 
Chambers, Dorothea Nesbitt, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. Laurens H. 

Seelye, Chatham, N. J. 
Chase, Helen Starkweather, 1916, . . . Care of Frederick S. Chase, Esq., 

165 Grove Street, Waterbury, Conn. 
Chase, Lucia Hosmer, 1917,. . . .Care of Irving Hall Chase, Esq., Rose 

Hill, Waterbury, Conn. 
Chase, Margaret, 1916,. . . .Care of H. A. Chase, Esq., Titusville, Pa. 
Cheney, Elizabeth Hope, 1917,. . . .Care of Mrs. Forest Cheney, Nar- 

Cheney, Ruth, 1918, .... Care of Mrs. W. H. Schofield, East HiU, Peter- 
borough, N. H. 
Clarke, Frances Chase, 1919, .... Care of Prescott O. Clarke, Esq., 

219 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 
Cline, Mary Sylvester, 1917,. . . .Care of Albert R. Cline, Esq., 5400 

Lansdowne Avenue, Philadelphia. 
Clinton, Eleanor Marcella, 1916, ... .Care of Mrs. Ella J. Chnton, 

1565 East Davis Street, Portland, Oregon. 
Collins, Amy Whipple, 1919, ... .Care of Justus Collins, Esq., 1505 

Union Trust Building, Cincinnati, O. 
Collins, Hazel Steele, 1919, .... Care of Cy S. CoUins, Esq., 66 Kings- 

boro Avenue, GloversviUe, N. Y. 
Collins, Sarah LoxnsE, 1917,. . . .Care of Benjamin Collins, Esq., Pur- 
chase, N. Y. 
Colter, Mary Frances, 1917, Care of Dr. LeRoy S. Colter, 3410 

Chfton Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 
CoNOVER, Helen Field, 1919, .... Care of Richard F. Conover, Esq., 607 

Washington Avenue, Bay City, Mich. 
Coombs, Sarah Virginia, 1919, .... Care of Jerome W. Coombs, Esq., 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Cooper, Eleanor Steward, 1919, .... Care of Dr. John S. S. Cooper, 

47 Owen Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 
Cordingley, Mary Forsyth, 1918,. . . .Care of William R. Cordingley, 

Esq., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Coulter, Anna Brewster, 1917,. . . .Care of Eugene C. Coulter, Esq., 

1139 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. 
Crowell, Caroline, 1916, Care of Arthur Crowell, Esq., Avon- 
dale, Pa. 

Curry, Phoebe, 1917, Care of Dr. Edwin A. Curry, Danville, Pa. 

Curtin, Frances Birda, 1917, Care of Mrs. Harry B. Curtin, 624 

Mulberry Street, Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Dabney, Elizabeth Carrington, 1919,. . . .Care of L. M. Dabney, Esq.. 

2817 Maple Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 
Davidson, Lucile, 1916,. . . .Care of Samuel Davidson, Esq., 1124 North 

Lake Street, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Davis, Anne Wallis, 1917, ... .Care of Professor John D. Davis, 58 

Mercer Street, Princeton, N. J. 
Day, Frances Blakiston, 1919, ... .Care of Frank Miles Day, Esq., 

AUen's Lane, Mt. Any P. O., Philadelphia. 



198 Present Undergraduate Students 

Delaplaine, Meribah Croft, 1919, .... Care of Henry Delaplaine, Esq , 

Merion, Pa. 
Deming, Julia, 1916, .... Care of Robert Orin Deming, Esq., Oswego, Kan. 
Deneen, Dorothy, 1916, .... Care of Charles S. Deneen, Esq., 457 West 

61st Place, Chicago, 111. 
DeVenish, Addie Cleora, 1916, .... Care of Mrs. Oliver "W. DeVenish, 

5532 Hunter Street, Philadelphia. 
Diamond, Isabella Ste^s^nson, 1917, ... .Care of John "W. Stevenson, 

Esq., 557 West First Street, Fulton, N. Y. 
Dillingham, Lolise Bttlklet, 1916, .... Care of Frank Ayer Dillingham, 

Esq., Millburn, N. J. 
Dixon, Henrietta Amelia, 1917, .... Care of R. M. Dixon, Esq., 21 North 

Walnut Street, East Orange, N. J. 
DoDD, Margaret Perlet, 1916, .... Care of Edwin M. Dodd, Esq., IS 

Concord Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 
Dodge, Charlotte Wright, 1918, .... Care of Professor Charles Wright 

Dodge, 330 Oxford Street, Rochester, X. Y. 
DoNCHiAN, Eugenie, 1917,. . . .Care of Diki-an B. Donchian, Esq., 427 

West 117th Street, New York City. 
DowD, Constance Eleanor, 1916, .... Care of Dr. Charles North Dowd, 

127 West 72nd Street, New York City. 
Driver, Ruth, 1919, .... Care of John S. Driver, Esq., Montecito, Santa 

Barbara, Cal. 
DuBACH, Anna Reubenia, 1919,. . . .Care of Mrs. Frederick B. Dubach, 

6336 Berhn Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 
DuFOURCQ, Katharine Vermilye, 1918, .... Care of Edward Leonce 

Dufourcq, Esq., 62 West S4th Street, New York City. 
Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, 1917, .... Care of Professor Allen Macv 

Dulles, 67 South Street, Auburn, N. Y. 
Eastt\'Ick, Katharine Consuelo Hinkle, 1918, .... Care of Mrs. P. G. 

Eastwick, 12 West 12th Street, New York City. 
Ehlers, Anita Louise Adele, 1919, .... Care of Frederick Wilham 

Ehlers, Esq., 929 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, N. J. 
Ely, Anna Mason, 1919, Care of Professor Richard T. Ely, 205 

Prospect Avenue, ISIadison, Wis. 
Emerson, Elis.'^jbeth, 1917, Care of LoweU Emerson, Esq., 162 

Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 
Ev.\NS, Lucy, 1918, Care of F. A. VanderHp, Esq., National City 

Bank, Wall Street, New York City. 
Everett, Catherine Arms, 1919, .... Care of Professor H. E. Everett, 

1632 Latimer Street, Philadelphia. 
Everett, Jane Hamlin, 1919, .... Care of Professor H. E. Everett, 

1632 Latimer Street, Philadelphia. 
Ewen, Marjorie Patterson, 1919, .... Care of John M. Ewen, Esq., 

The Wolcott Hotel, 4 West 31st Street, New York City. 
Faulkner, Eliz.^beth, 1917, Care of Dr. Herbert K. Faulkner, 

78 West Street, Keene, N. H. 
Fauatie, Elis.\beth Maus, 1919, ... .Care of Frank M. Fauvre, Esq., 

24 Marion Building, IndianapoUs, Ind. 
Fay, Margaret Virginia, 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. Lucius M. Fay, 844 

Prospect Place, INladison, Wis. 
Fegley, Beulah Helen, 1918, .... Care of H. Winslow Feglev, Esq., 

952 North Fifth Street, Reading, Pa. 
Fishbein, Dora, 1918, Care of Louis Fishbein, Esq., 5122 Parkside 

Avenue, Philadelphia. 
FiSKE, Cornelia Horsford, 1918, Care of Andrew Fiske, Esq., 216 

Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 
Fiske, Margaret Gracie, 1919,. . . .Care of Mrs. Clarence S. Fiske, 114 

Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 



Present Undergraduate Students 199 

Flanagan, Mary Gertrude, 1918, . . . .Care of Joseph F. Flanagan, Esq., 

71 Walnut Park, Newton, Mass. 
FoRDYCE, Rebecca Walton, 1916,. . . .Care of George L. Fordyce, Esq., 

40 Lincoln Avenue, Youngstown, O. 
Foster, Mildred, 1917, Care of Mrs. William Spinney, 26 Jones 

Street, New York City. 
France, Margaret von Torney, 1919, .... Care of Joseph C. France, 

Esq., 219 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Eraser, Lilian Lorraine, 1918, Care of Thomas Eraser, Esq., 618 

West College Street, Rochester, Minn. 
Frazier, Julia Veronica, 1918, ..... .Care of Kenneth Frazier, Esq., 

Garrison-on-Hudson, N. Y. 
Fuller, Elizabeth Douglas, 1919,. . . .Care of F. L. Fuller, Esq., 212 

Fifth Avenue, New York City. 
Fuller, Frances Higginson, 1919, .... Care of Robert H. Fuller, Esq., 

Merchants' Association, 233 Broadway, New York City. 
Gail, Nannie, 1916, .... Care of Mrs. G. W. Gail, Greenway and Strat- 
ford Road, Guilford, Baltimore, Md. 
Gardiner, Mary Summerfield, 1918, Care of Clement Edward 

Gardiner, Esq., Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. 
Garfield, Lucretia, 1916, .... Care of President H. A. Garfield, Williams- 
town, Mass. 
Gatling, Rosalind, 1919, ... .Care of Richard Hem-y Gathng, Esq., 

317 West 84th Street, New York City. 
Gest, Annette Eleanor, 1918, . . . . Care of Alexander Purves Gest, Esq., 

206 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 
GiLMAN, Margaret, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. Nicholas P. Gilman, Dana 

Hall, WeUeslej^, Mass. 
Glenn, Mary Dorothy, 1917, Care of George B. Glenn, Esq., 561 

Park Avenue, Johnstown, Pa. 
GoDLEY, Catherine Sherhed, 1916, .... Care of Samuel S. Godley, Esq., 

"The Stansifer," Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 
GooDNOW, Lois Root, 1916, Care of President Frank J. Goodnow, 

6 West Madison Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Grabau, Agnes Wells, 1916, Care of the Rev. Hubert Pierre Le 

Febvi'e Grabau, 127 Cu'cular Street, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Grace, Janet Randolph, 1917, Care of Lee Ashlev Grace, Esq., 

302 West 85th Street, New York City. 
Granger, Elisabeth Sherman, 1917, .... Care of Alfred H. Granger, Esq., 

Haverford, Pa. 
Greenewald, Jeannette Reefer, 1916, .... Care of Samuel Greenewald, 

Esq., Dauphin Apartments, Broad and Dauphin Streets, Philadelphia. 
Greenough, Bertha Clark, 1917, .... Care of Wilham B. Greenough, 

Esq., 203 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, R. L 
Hall, Constance Sidney, 1917, Care of Sidney Hall, Esq., 1319 

Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Hall, Dorothy Phillips, 1919, .... Care of Sidney Hall, Esq., 1319 

Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Hall, Jane, 1919, Care of Wilford HaU, Esq., Rye, N. Y. 

Halle, Marion Rebecca, 1917, Care of Salmon P. Halle, Esq., 

11240 BeMower Road, Cleveland, O. 
Hamilton, Ruth Gertrude, 1919, .... Care of Wilham Hamilton, Esq., 

220 West 9th Street, Erie, Pa. 
Hammer, Helen, 1918, . . . .Care of Mrs. Hakon Hammer, 715 High Street, 

Pottstown, Pa. 
Harris, Dorothy Elizabeth, 1918, Care of Mrs. E. O. Z. Lane, 

24 West 49th Street, New York City. 
Harris, Helen Marie, 1917,. . . .Care of Mrs. Alan H. Harris Maple- 
Lawn, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 



200 Present U rider graduate Students 

Harris, LrcY Weygaxdt, 1917,. . .Care of John ^NIcAj-thur Harris, Esq., 

105 West Walnut Lane, Germanto\\7i. Philadelphia. 
Hart, Rt th Eloise, 1918, .... Care of Mrs. Eloise Voorhees Hart, 961 

St. Marks Avenue, Brookhm, X. Y. 
Haskell, ^Margaret Kixgsl.\xd, 1916, Care of George Everette 

Haskell, Esq., 1025 HolljT\-ood Avenue, Chicago, lU. 
Haupt, Ist-ar Alida, 1917,. . . .Care of Professor Paul Haupt, 215 Long- 
wood Road, Roland Park, ]Md. 
Hawkins, M.ary O'Xeil, 1919, ... .Care of Horace X. Hawkins, Esq., 

1331 Columbine Street, Denver, Col. 
Hai-^iax, Cokxelia, 1919.- . . .Care of Joseph Marchant HajTnan, Esq., 

6208 Waj-ne Avenue, Philadelphia. 
Hatx'es, Theodo.sia, 1919, ... .Care of Stanford L. Ha3'nes, Esq., 702 

Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow. Springfield, ]Mass. 
Hearxe, GEETRroE James, 1919,. . . .Care of William W. Hearne, Esq., 

Wa'vne, Pa. 
Heisler, LArRA Mary. 1918, Care of Dr. John C. Heisler, 3829 

Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 
Hemexway, Elisabeth, 1917, Care of the Rev. ^Nlyles Hemenway, 

Windsor. Vt. 
Hemexway, Judith ^vIartha Bassett, 1918,. . . .Care of the Rev. Myles 

Hemenway, Windsor, Vt. 
Hextdersox', Margaret Iselix^, 1917,. . . .Care of Edward C. Henderson, 

Esq., 58 East 54th Street, Xew York City. 
Herixg, Dorothea Paulixt: Theresa, 1919, Care of Rudolph 

Hering, Esq., 40 Lloyd Road, Montclair, X. J. 
Hei"dem-ocx', Clara Wallace, 1916,. . . .Care of Albert E. Heydemann, 

Esq., 575 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 
HicKM.^x, Mary Lee. 1916, Care of Bajdor Hickman, Esq., Glen- 
view Farm, Glenview, K3'. 
Hickmax^, Rebecca ^IcDoel, 1919,. . . .Care of Mrs. W. K. Kenly, 1511 

Astor Street, Chicago, lU. 
Hill, Ele.\^-or HorsTox, 1916, Care of Mrs. Howard Z. Hill, 1102 

Grove Street, Evanston, lU. 
Hinde, S-ar_ah Fextox', 1918,. . . .Care of Thomas W. Hinde, Esq., 1524 

Astor Street, Chicago. 111. 
Hitchcock, Florexce. 1916,. . . .Care of Mrs. Walter I. Hitchcock, 4937 

Chester Avenue, Philadelphia. 
HoBBS, Harriett, 1918, .... Care of Francis Jerome Hobbs, Esq., 472 

West End Avenue, Xew York City. 
Hodge, Mary Robixsox. 1917,. . . .Care of Hugh Bayard Hodge, Esq., 

420 West Wahiut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Hodges, Louise Ffrost, 1918, Care of Mr-. H. C. Hodges, Jr., 113 

Springfield Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 
HoFF. Margaret. 1917 Care of Samuel Hoff, Esq., 38 East 72nd 

Street, Xew York City. 
Holcombe, Eugexia, 1917, Care of John Walker Holcombe, Esq., 

2127 Bancroft Place, Wa-shington, D. C. 
Holliday, Elizabeth Cruft, 1916,. . . .Care of John H. Holliday, Esq., 

1121 Xorth Meridian Street, Indianapohs, Ind. 
Holliday, Kath.arix-e Aureoa. 1918, ... .Care of John H. Holliday. 

Esq., 1121 Xorth ^Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Hollis. Clara Elizabeth. 1919 Care of H. L. Holhs, Esq., 681 

Lincoln Avenue. Winnetka. 111. 
HoLLis. Jax'ette Ralstox. 1917, ... .Care of President Ira X. Hollis, 

11 Bo^Titon Street, Worcester, Mass. 
Holmes, Helex Buchaxax, 1916 Care of John Russell Holmes, Esq., 

3006 Vernon Place, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 



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Present Undergraduate Students 201 

Holmes, Janet Alexina, 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. S. F. Gardner, 627 

Clara Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 
Houghton, Elizabeth, 1918 Care of C. S. Houghton, Esq., 152 

Suffolk Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Howell, Charlotte Teresa, 1918,. . . .Care of Dr. WilUam H. Howell, 

232 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Howell, Frederica Btjrckle, 1919,. . .Care of Mrs. John White Howell, 

211 BaUantine Parkway, Newark, N. J. 
Howes, Edith Mary, 1919, .. ..Care of Arthur W. Howes, Esq., 4055 

Sansom Street, Philadelphia. 
Huff, Henrietta Norris, 1918, ... .Care of Roscoe Huff, Esq., 1254 

West 4th Street, WiUiamsport, Pa. 
HuNTTiNG, Helen Elisabeth, 1919, ... .Care of C. E. Huntting, Esq., 

3209 Portland Avenue, MinneapoUs, Minn. 
HuRLOCK, Elizabeth Bergner, 1919,. . . .Care of Dr. W. Spry Hurlock, 

1719 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 
HusE, Eleanor Baker, 1916, Care of George H. Huse, Esq., 95 

Blackstone vStreet, Boston, Mass. 
Iddings, Florence Elizabeth, 1917, Care of Mrs. C. F. Iddings, 

519 West 5th Street, North Platte, Neb. 
Iddings, Nanine Ray, 1919, Care of Mrs. C. F. Iddings, 519 West 

5th Street, North Platte, Neb. 
Iredale, Eleanora, Hearer by Courtesy, Care of T. J. Porter, Esq., 

Rose Valley, Moylan, Pa. 
Israel, James Marion, 1918, Care of Mrs. Mary Hussey Israel, 

4937 Queen Avenue, South, Minneapohs, Minn. 
Jackson,* Lavinia Van Voorhis, 1916, ... .14 Hill Street, Newark, N. J. 
Jacobs, Mildred Clarke, 1915, .... Care of William C. Jacobs, Esq., 

4334 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 
Jameson, Jeannetta Chalmers, 1917, Care of Dr. P. Chalmers 

Jameson, 139 Montague Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Janeway, Margaret McAllister, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. John H. 

Janeway, 61 East 75th Street, New York City. 
Jefferies, Marjorie Sharps, 1918,. . . .Care of John Howard Jefferies, 

Esq., Ill Narberth Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 
Jelliffe, Sylvia Canfield, 1917, .... Care of Dr. Smith Ely Jelhffe, 64 

West 56th Street, New York City. 
Joachim, Rebecca Elizabeth, 1917, . . .Care of Mrs. Rebecca E. Joachim, 

2209 South Croskey Street, Philadelphia. 
Johnson, Ada Frances, 1917, . . . .Care of the Hon. Albert Johnson, 1048 

East Avenue, Red Wing, Minn. 
Johnson, Esther, 1917, Care of William H. Johnson, Esq., 668 

Union Street, Philadelphia. 
Johnson, Helene Vennum, 1919, ... .Care of Otis W. Johnson, Esq., 

817 Main Street, Racine, Wis. 
Jones, Gwladys Webster, 1916, ... .Care of Francis I. Jones, Esq., 

83 Embury Avenue, Ocean Grove, N. J. 
Jones, Helen Pickering, 1918,. . . .Care of William J. Jones, Esq., 103 

South Narberth Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 
Jopling, Catharine Haller, 1917,. . .Care of Reginald F. Jopling, Esq., 

Willoughby, O. 
Karns, Helen Coreene, 1919, . . . .Care of S. B. Karns, Esq., Benton, Pa. 
Kaufmann, Winifred Hope, 1919, Care of Gustav W. Kaufmann, 

Esq., 845 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, 111. 
Kellen, Constance, 1916, ... .Care of WiUiam Vail IveUen, Esq., 390 

Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 
Kellogg, Fredrika Mason, 1916, .... Care of John Prescott Kellogg, 

Esq., 144 Buckingham Street, Waterbury, Conn. 

* Mrs. George Green Jackson. 



202 Present Undergraduate Students 

Kelly, Esther W.^rxer, 1916, .... Care of Dr. Howard A. Kelly, 1406 

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, ]\id. 
Kexdig, Hildegarde Kixg, 1917, Care of Paul B. Kendig, Esq., 

"Waterloo, X. Y. 
Kerr, Alice Hall, 1918,. . . .Care of Richard P. Baer, Esq., Catons^dUe, 

Aid. 
Kixset, Jane, 1917,. . . .Care of Mrs. Zora A. Kinsey, Germantow-n, O. 
Kirk, Edith Buckxer, 1916,. . . .Care of Henry Child Kirk, Jr., Esq., 

207 Long^-ood Road, Roland Park, Md. 
Kleix, Larie ALae, 1916, .... Care of Mrs. Annie G. Klein, 14 East 60th 

Street, New York Citj'. 
Keeps, ]\Iariax Clemextixe, 1916,. . . .Care of C. Edward Kleps, Esq., 

2947 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia. 
KxEEL.AXD, Virgixia, 1918, Care of Yale Kneeland, Esq., 117 East 

60th Street, New York City. 
Krantz, Marguerite Berta Else, 1919,. . . .Care of Hubert F. Krantz, 

Esq., 183 ArgA'le Road, BrookljTi, X. Y. 
Krnx, DoEOTHT Carolixe, 1918, ... .Care of Simon Kuhn, Esq., 3668 

Washington Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 
Lafferty, M.ABEL, 1919,. . . .Care of Edwin J. Lafferty, Esq., 4928 X. 

Camac Street, Philadelphia. 
Laxdox, Adelaide, 1919,. . . .Care of Francis G. Landon, Esq., 29 Broad- 
way, Xew York City. 
Laxier, Elizabeth Day, 1919, .... Care of Charles Daj' Lanier, Esq., 

Rock Ridge, Greenwich, Conn. 
Laetz, Ruth Ellen, Care of W. E. Lautz, Esq., 803 Park Avenue, 

Pekin, lU. 
Lee, Axxa Carolixe, 1916, ... .Care of Valentine B. Lee, Esq., 6603 

Xorth 11th Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 
Levy, Ruth Juliette, 1917, . . . Care of the Rev. J. Leonard Levy, "Seven 

Gables," Schenley Park, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
LixDLEY, Elixor, 1918, .... Care of Clarkson Lindlej^, Esq., 1920 Stevens 

Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Litchfield, Virgixia de Steigx-er, 1917, .... Care of E. S. Litchfield, 

Esq., 86 PoweU Street, Brookhne, Mass. 
Livixgstox, Gl.adys Blossom, 1919, ... .Care of Charles Livingston, 

Esq., 2256 Xorth Broad Street, Philadelphia. 
LoEB, Irext;, 1918,. . . .Care of Dr. Hanan W. Loeb, 5154 Westminster 

Place, St. Louis, ^lo. 
LoEB, Mathilde Harriet, 1917,. . . .Care of Oscar D. Loeb, Esq., 2124 

Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia. 
LouDOX, ]SIargaret Louise, 1916, ... .Care of ]Mrs. Jane D. Loudon, 

1330 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 
LuBAR, Axxa Ethel, 1918, .... Care of Bellian Lubar, Esq., 1226 Frazier 

Street, West Philadelphia. 
Lubar, Marie Agathe, 1919, .... Care of Belhan Lubar, Esq., 1226 

Frazier Street, West Philadelphia. 
Lyxch, Eugexie ^Margaret, 1918, Care of Owen LjTich, Esq., 

Devon, Pa. 
Macdoxald, Dorothy, 1918, Care of Andrew Macdonald, Esq., 

124 Coulter Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 
Macdoxald, Exid Schurmax, 1919,. . . .Care of H. G. Macdonald, Esq., 

HoUybm-n P. O., Vancouver, British Columbia. 
DE Macedo, Virgixia, 1916, . . . .Care of John Joseph de Macedo, Esq., Jr., 

3925 Poplar Street, Philadelphia. 
Mackexzie, ]Marjorie Taylor, 1918, .... Care of President A. Stanley 

Mackenzie, 14 HoUis Street, Halifax, Xova Scotia. 
MacMaster, Amelia Kellogg, 1917, .... Care of James ]Mac]Master, 

Esq., 454 Jefferson Avenue, Ehzabeth, X. J. 



Present Undergraduate Students 203 

Macrum, Edith, 1919, .... Care of George S. Macrum, Esq., Oakmont, Pa. 
Mall, Margaret, 1918, Care of Professor Franklin P. Mall, 1514 

Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Malone, Gertrude Evelyn Marie, 1917, ...Care of Captain Paul B. 

Malone, Fort Shafter, Honolulu, H. T. 
Marquand, Eleanor, 1919, ... .Care of Professor Allan Marquand, 

Princeton, N. J. 
Marshall,* Adeline Gibson, Hearer,. . . .2001 Walnut Street, Philadel- 
phia. 
Martin, Marjorie, 1919, .... Care of W. S. Martin, Esq., 10 Channing 

Street, Cambridge, Mass. 
Matz, Emily Florence, 1919, .... Care of Rudolph Matz, Esq., Hub- 
bard Woods, 111. 
Maxwell, Helen Dorothy, 1916, .... Care of Rev. James A. Maxwell, 

1228 North 34th Street, Omaha, Neb. 
McCay, Mildred Buckner, 1916, . . .Care of Mrs. WiUiam J. W. McCay, 

211 Longwood Road, Roland Park, Md. 
McCoLLiN, Katharine Williams, 1915, .... Care of Edward Garrett 

McCoUin, Esq., 2049 Upland Way, Philadelphia. 
McFaden, Natalie Friend, 1917, ... .Care of the Rev. Frank Talbot 

McFaden, D.D., 807 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 
McKeefrey, Chloe Spearman, 1916, . . . .Care of W. D. McKeefrey, Esq., 

"Hillcrest," Leetonia, O. 
McMillan, Gladys, 1917, Care of N. Cuyler McMillan, Esq., 1002 

N. Baylen Street, Pensacola, Fla. 
Mebane, Jessie, 1918, Care of Dr. D. C. Mebane, 151 West River 

Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Mendinhall, Corinne Cochran, 1919, .... Care of Joseph Henry Men- 

dinhall, Esq., 1114 Broome Street, Wilmington, Del. 
Mercer, Ernestine Emma, 1919, .... Care of Dr. C. P. Mercer, 2554 

North 8th Street, Philadelphia. 
Merck, Elsbeth Jeanne, 1918, Care of George Merck, Esq., 

Llewellyn Park, West Orange, N. J. 
Milne, Marjorie Josephine, 1917, . . . .Care of Mrs. Josephine J. Milne, 

Washburn Hall, Duluth, Minn. 
Moore, Angela Turner, 1919, ... .Care of Professor John Bassett 

Moore, 267 West 73rd Street, New York City. 
MooRES, Emily Bishop, 1919, .... Care of Charles Moores, Esq., 1918 

North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapohs, Ind. 
Morgan, Vera, 1919, Care of Mrs. Martha Morgan Taylor, 164 East 

64th Street, New York City. 
Morton, Sarah Wistar, 1918, .... Care of Dr. Thomas S. K. Morton, 

West School Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
MosELEY, Marion Renwick, 1919,. . . .Care of Carleton Moseley, Esq., 

626 Prospect Avenue, Highland Park, 111. 
Moses, Georgette Omega, 1916, Care of Mrs. Minnie L. Moses, 

228 Westchester Avenue, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 
Neely, Cora Snowden, 1918, Care of Charles W. Neely, Esq., 443 

Hansberry Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Newlin, Alice Harrison, 1918, Care of Richard M. Newhn, Esq., 

Whitford, Pa. 
O'Connor, Marian, 1918, .... Care of Mrs. Timothy Walsh, 71 Francis 

Street, Brookline, Mass. 
Oppenheimer, Celia, 1919, ... .Care of Gustave Oppenheimer, Esq., 

1361 Belmont Street, Washington, D. C. 
O'Shea, Monica Barry, 1917, Care of Mrs. John S. O'Shea, 1859 

Beacon Street, BrookUne, Mass. 

* Mrs. Adeline Gibson Marshall. 



204 Present Undergraduate Students 

OuTERBRiDGE, Kathleen Louise, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. A. G. Outer- 
bridge, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 
Packard, Dorothy, 1916,. . . .Care of George Packard, Esq., 436 Barry 

Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
Pauling, Marie Janet, 1917, Care of Edward G. Pauhng, Esq., 

1248 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 
Peabody, Jeannette Felicie, 1919, .... Care of Charles Peabody, Esq., 

197 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 
Peacock, Mildred Lehman, 1919,. . . .Care of C. D. Peacock, Jr., Esq., 

352 Diversey Parkway, Chicago, 111. 
Pearson, Laura Hildreth, 1918,. . . .Care of Fisher H. Pearson, Esq., 

20 Wentworth Avenue, Lowell, Mass. 
Perkins, Winifred Storrs, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. F. G. Perkins, 69 

Livingston Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Pershing, 2nd, Elizabeth Helfenstein, 1918, .... Care of Theodore 

Pershing, Esq., Pineville, Bucks County, Pa. 
Peters, Dorothy Alice, 1919, .... Care of Earl C. Peters, Esq., Lenox 

Hotel, Columbus, 0. 
Peters, Lucretia McClure, 1919, .... Care of the Rev. John P. Peters, 

227 West 99th Street, New York City. 
PoMEROY, Virginia Sherman, 1918,. . . .Care of Juhus S. Pomeroy, Esq., 

127 Clifton Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Porter, Elizabeth Lane, 1916, . . . .Care of Dr. Miles Fuller Porter, 207 

West Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Prescott, Helen, 1919, Care of Dr. W. H. Prescott, 330 Hyde Park 

Avenue, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
PuGH, Esther Clement, 1916, .... Care of Mrs. Charles E. Pugh, Over- 
brook, Pa. 
QuiMBY, Hester Agnes, 1918, Care of Henry H. Quimby, Esq., 

3920 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia. 
Ramsay, Mary Morris, 1919,. . . .Care of Major William G. Ramsay, 

913 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington, Del. 
RaY, Roberta Marie, 1919,. . . .Care of W. F. Ray, Esq., Alhson, la. 
Reeves, Katherine, 1919, .... Care of Frank H. Reeves, Esq., 241 

South 46th Street, W^est Philadelphia. 
Reid, Helen, 1919, ... .Care of Fergus Reid, Esq., Beechwood Place, 

Norfolk, Va. 
Reilly, Anna Agnes, 1919, .... Care of Peter Reilly, Esq., Franklin 

Avenue, Rosemont, Pa. 
Reinhardt, Rebecca, 1919,. . . .Care of David J. Reinhardt, Esq., 2506 

Willard Street, Wilmington, Del. 
Remington, Marjorie, 1919,. . . .Care of Harold Remington, Esq., 317 

West 83rd Street, New York City. 
Reymershoffer, Gertrude, 1918,. . . .Care of Mrs. Gus ReymershofTer, 

1302 Avenue E, Galveston, Tex. 
Rhoads, Margaret Whitall, 1919, .... Care of J. Snowden Rhoads, 

Esq., 452 West School Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Rhoads, Marian, 1917,. . . .Care of Mrs. J. Newton Rhoads, 411 Douglas 

Street, Reading, Pa. 
Rhoads, Rebecca Garrett, 1918,. . . .Care of George A. Rhoads, Esq., 

Box 905, Wilmington, Del. 
Rhoads, Ruth Ely, 1918, Care of Dr. Edward G. Rhoads, 159 West 

Coulter Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Richards, Amelia, 1918, .... Care of Mrs. Lucy C. Richards, 15 West 

67th Street, New York City. 
Richards, Ruth Olive, 1918, .... Care of S. H. Richards, Esq., Bridge- 
port, N. J. 
Richardson, Leslie, 1918, . . . .Care of William Minard Richardson, Esq., 
180 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 



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Present XJ ndergraduale Students . 205 

Richmond, Frances Cooper, 1918, ... .Care of President Charles A. 

Richmond, Union College, Sshenectady, N. Y. 
RiDLON, Jeannette, 1918,. . . .Care of Dr. John Ridlon, 561 Surf Street, 

Chicago, lU. 
Riegel, Helen, 1916,. . . .Care of John S. Riegel, Esq., Riegelsville, Pa. 
RoBB, Winifred Lispenard, 1919, Care of W. L. Robb, Esq., 71 

Second Street, Troy, X. Y. 
Robertson, Helen Calder, 1916,. . . .Care of Richard Austin Robertson, 

Esq., 50 Stimson Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Rondinella, Edith, 1919, ... .Care of L. F. Rondinella, Esq., 4043 

Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 
Rosenberg, Ella Mary, 1918, Care of Max Rosenberg, Esq., 618 

South 6th Street, Philadelphia. 
Ross, Joanna Pugh, 1916,. . .Care of Lafayette Ross, Esq., 906 De Kalb 

Street, Xorristown, Pa. 
RuBELMAN, Alice Dorothy, 1919, ... .Care of George F. Rubelman, 

Esq., 5 Forest Ridge, St. Louis Co., Mo. 
Rupert, Mary Swift, 1918, Care of Charles G. Rupert, Esq., 

"Sedgely," Marshallton, Del. 
Russell, Emily Crane, 1917, Care of Mrs. E. A. Russell, Lake 

Forest, 111. 
Russell, Margaret, 1916, Care of John Russell, Esq., 26 North 

Street, Plymouth, Mass. 
St. John, Frances Arcadia, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. Henry AY. Dunn, 

2102 Green Street, Philadelphia. 
Sanborn, Amelia Gertrude, 1919,. .. .Care of G. M. Sanborn, Esq., 

1849 C. D., Woodruff Place, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Sandison, Lois Estabrook, 1916,. . . .Care of Professor Howard Sandi- 

son, 404 North Center Street, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Sato, Ryu, 1917, Care of David G. Alsop, Esq., Haverford Pa. 

Scattergood, Margery, 1917, .... Care of Mrs. Thomas Scattergood, 

3515 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia. 
ScHWARZ, Helen Catherine, 1918, Care of Paul Schwarz, Esq., 

Deerfield Eri^-e, Greenwich, Conn. 
Scott, Mary, 1919, Care of WiUiam J. Scott, Esq., 5946 Woodbine 

Avenue, Overbrook, Philadelphia. 
Scott, Mary Wingfield, 1918,. . . .Care of Mrs. James H. Scott, The 

Washington, Baltimore, Md. 
Sears, An-^'a, 1916,. . . .Care of Henrj^ D. Sears, Esq., Prospect Street, 

Framingham, Mass. 
Seelye, Elizabeth Whitacre, 1917,. . . .Care of Mrs. Thomas T. Seelye, 

Willoughby, O. 
Shaffer, Adelaide Wallace, 1918, Care of A. S. J. Davis, Esq., 

759 North Fifth Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Sharpless, Katharine Truman, 1918, Care of President Isaac 

Sharpless, Haverford, Pa. 
Shipley, Agnes Dorothy, 1917, Care of Mrs. Samuel R. Shiplev, 

1034 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 
Showell, Adeline Ogden, 1918,. . . .Care of Mrs. Lemuel ShoweU, 911 

South Limestone Street, Springfield, O. 
Smith, Agnes Pickett, 1916, Care of the Rev. W. D. Smith, D.D., 

Winchester, Ya. 
Smith, Edith :\Iarion, 1918, Care of J. A. Smith, Esq., 202 South 

Douglas Street, Peoria, III. 
Smith, Louise Tunstall, 1918, Care of Tunstall Smith, Esq., The 

Preston, Baltimore, Md. 
Smith, Margery Yiolet, 1918,. . . .Care of George Cassels Smith, Esq., 

3858 Cass Street, Omaha, Neb. 



206 Present Undergraduate Students 

Smith, Thalia Howard, 1917, ... .Care of George J. Smith, Esq., 260 

West 57th Street, New York City. 
Snavely, Miriam,. 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. Mary Snavely, 5033 Locust 

Street, Philadelphia. 
Sorchan, Louisa Beatrice, 1919,. . . .Care of Victor Sorchan, Esq., 267 

Madison Avenue, New York City. 
Spalding, Helen Elizabeth, 1919, . . . .Care of Hinton E. Spalding, Esq., 

1306 Dime Bank Building, Detroit, Mich. 
Stair, Mary Keesey, 1918, Care of Mrs. WiUiam S. Stair, 904 South 

George Street, York, Pa. 
Stambaugh, Margaret Henry, 1919, ... .Care of S. P. Stambaugh, 

Esq., 2208 North Second Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Stark, Elizabeth Kline, 1916, Care of Alva T. Stark, Esq., 478 

Oxford Street, Rochester, N. Y. 
Stevens, Caroline, 1917, Care of Samuel D. Stevens, Esq., 623 

Osgood Street, North Andover, Mass. 
Stiles, Annette, 1919, ... .Care of Walter F. Stiles, Esq., 22 Prospect 

Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 
Strauss, Emilib Therese, 1916, . . . Care of Judge Seligman J. Strauss, 

196 South Frankhn Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Strauss, Marjorib Lord, 1918, ... .Care of Albert Strauss, Esq., 325 

West 75th Street, New York City. 
Tappan, Helen, 1919, ... .Care of WiUiam Tappan, Esq., 1419 Bolton 

Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Tattersfield, Olga, 1917, .... Care of Percival Tattersfield, Esq., Pel- 
ham Court, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Taussig, Catharine Crombie, 1919, . . . .Care of Professor F. W. Taussig, 

2 Scott Street, Cambridge, Mass. 
Taylor, Sarah Cole, 1919,. . . .Care of Dr. Isaac M. Taylor, Morgan- 
ton, N. C. 
Teller, Fannib Espen, 1917, Care of Dr. William H. Teller, 1713 

Green Street, Philadelphia. 
Thompson, Margaret, 1917, Care of Slason Thompson, Esq., Lake 

Forset, 111. 
Thorndike, Anna, 1919, Care of Dr. Paul Thorndike, 22 Marl- 
borough Street, Boston, Mass. 
Thurman, Mary Lee, 1919,' Care of Mrs. A. W. Thurman, 1570 East 

Long Street, Columbus, O. 
TiMPsoN, Margaret Catherine, 1915,. . . .Care of James Timpson, Esq., 

36 West 53rd Street, New York City. 
Tinker, Elizabeth Helen, 1916, ... .Care of William Marsh Tinker, 

Esq., 48 Washington Street, Cumberland, Md. 
TuRLE, Penelope, 1918, Care of Walter Turle, Esq., 2216 East 

Superior Street, Duluth, Minn. 
Turrish, Vivian, 1919, Care of Henry Turrish, Esq., 1901 East 

Third Street, Duluth, Minn. 

TuTTLE, Marion, 1917, Care of Mrs. J. F. Tuttle, Rockaway, N. J. 

Tyler, Katharine Douglas, 1919, Care of Mrs. Florence L. Tyler, 

2018 Brookfield Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Tyler, Mary Ethelyn, 1919, Care of the Rev. Corydon C. Tyler, 

207 East Graver's Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 
Tyson, Helen Edith, 1916, Care of Mrs. Charles M. Tyson, Kitch- 

awan, N. Y. 
Van Hise, Alice, 1919, Careof President Charles R. Van Hise, 772 

Langdon Street, Madison, Wis. 
Van Horn, Alice Ellison, 1916, Care of Alfred Van Horn, Esq., 

Heath cote Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Walker, Helen Edward, 1918, Care of Edward T. Walker, Esq., 

418 Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 



Present Undergraduate Students 207 

Walton, Dorothea Wetherill, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. Ernest F. Wal- 
ton, Hartsdale, N. Y. 
Warner, Amelia, 1919, . . . .Care of C. E. W^arner, Esq., North Randall, O. 
Washburn, Elizabeth Pope, 1916, ... .Care of John Washburn, Esq., 

2218 First Avenue South, Minneapohs, Minn. 
Watriss, Martha, 1919, Care of Mrs. F. N. Watriss, 127 West 79th 

Street, New York City. 
Werner, Adeline Agnes, 1916, Care of Henry C. Werner, Esq., 

1640 East Broad Street, Columbus, O. 
Westling, Charlotte Hannah, 1917, .... Care of Jonas Westling, Esq., 

Coulter Inn, Germanto'WTi, Philadelphia. 
Wheeler, Ruth Wadsworth, 1919, .... Care of Professor Arthur Leslie 

Wheeler, 221 Roberts Road, Bryn Maw, Pa. 
Whitcomb, Helen, 1918, Care of Mrs. Lawrence Whitcomb, 17 

Strathmore Road, Brookline, Mass. 
Whittier, Isabel Mary Skolfield, 1919,. . . .Care of F. N. Whittier, 

Esq., 161 Maine Street, Brunswick, Me. 
Wilcox, Constance Huntington Grennelle, 1917,. . . .Care of George 

Augustus Wilcox, Esq., Madison, Conn. 
WiLDMAN, Anna Snowden, 1917,. . . .Care of Robert B. Wildman, Esq., 

Leesburg, Va. 
WiLLARD, Mildred McCreary, 1917, .... Care of Dwight D. Willard, 

Esq., Merion, Pa. 
Willett, Martha Winslow, 1917, .... Care of George F. Willett, Esq., 

305 Walpole Street, Norwood, Mass. 
Williams, Marjorie Trueheart, 1918, . . . Care of Mrs. Sally Trueheart 

Wilhams, 1606 Broadway, Galveston, Tex. 
Wilson, Edith Stedman, 1916, .... Care of Professor Henry Van Peters 

Wilson, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Wilson, Florence Lucile, 1919, Care of T. E. Wilson, Esq., 3724 

California Avenue, N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Wilson, Helen Moseman, 1918,. . . .Care of Charles M. Wilson, Esq., 

216 South College Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Wood, Louise Holabird, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. Ira C. Wood, 1154 

West Pine Street, Winnetka, 111. 
Woodbury, Eliza Gordon, 1919, .... Care of Gordon Woodbury, Esq., 

24 East 35th Street, New York City. 
Woodruff, Ruth Jackson, 1919,. . . .Care of C. S. Woodruff, Esq., 800 

Electric Street, Scranton, Pa. 
Worcester, Constance Rulison, 1919, .... Care of the Rev. Elwood 

Worcester, D.D., 186 Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass. 
Worch, Margaret, 1918, Care of Mrs. Orray Taft, 204 Angell Street, 

Providence, R. I. 
WoRLEY, Mary Celinda, 1917,. . . .Care of Mrs. John P. Carter, 1119 

Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Worthington, Lilla, 1916, Care of Thomas Worthington, Esq., 

2804 Jefferson Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. 
Wright, Jean Gray, 1919, Care of Professor W. L. W^right, 832 

Lincoln LTniversity, Pa. 
Yost, Margaret Jane, 1916, . , . .Care of Mrs. WilHam Yost, 406 More- 
wood Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Zimmerman, Helen Burn, 1917,. . . .Care of Mrs. J. M. Peters, Eberly's 

Mill, Camp Hill R. D. 1., Cumberland Co., Pa. 



208 Statislics 

SUMMARY OF FORMER STUDENTS TO JANUARY 1, 1916. 

Doctors of Philosophy of Bryn Mawr CoUege, 68 

Masters of Arts of BrjTi Mawr CoUege, 114 

Bachelors of Arts of BrjTi Mawr College, 1419 

Total number of degrees conferred, 1601 

Duplicates in the above list: 

Bachelors of Arts who are also Doctors of Philosophj-, 19 

Bachelors of Arts who are also Doctors of Philosophj' and 

Masters of Arts, 10 

Bachelors of Arts who are also Masters of Arts, 114 

143 

Total number of Alumnae, 14.58 

Former European Fellows, 67 

Former Resident Fellows, 231 

298 

Resident Fellows who also held European Fellowships, 37 

Total number of former Fellows 261 

Former Graduate Students including Alumnae and Fellows, . 834 

1132 

Duplicates in the above list: 

Former European Fellows who are also Alumnae, 55 

Former Resident Fellows who are also Alumnae, 84 

Former Resident Fellows not Alumnae who are also Euro- 
pean FeUows, 10 

Former Graduate Students who are also Alimanae, 285 

Former Graduate Students not Alumnae who are also Fellows, 51 

Total nuinber of dupUcates, 485 

Total number of Fellows and Graduate Students 

not Alumnae (excluding duphcatesj, 647 

Former Undergraduate Students and Hearers who left with- 
out taking a degree: 

After one year, 408 

After two years, 345 

.After three years, 137 

After four years, 59 

After five years, 10 

Total number of former undergraduates. 959 

Total number of former students excluding dupli- 
cates, 3064 

Present Resident Graduate Students and FeUows, 86 

Present Resident Undergraduate Students, 367 

Total present students, 453 

Former FeUows, Graduate Students, and Alumnae 

now Graduate Students, 37 

416 

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STATISTICS OF 



BACHELORS OF ARTS OF 
COLLEGE. 



BRYX :\IA^^"R 



IV. OccrPATioxs OF HrsBAXDs of ]Maeeled AlT3IX^. 



Professions. 

Lawyas (2 Judges) 60 

Professors 46 

Engineers (11 Civil, 7 Mechanical, 6 Con- 
sulting, 1 Sanitary, 4 \f ining 5 Elec- 
trical, 1 Hydraulic, 1 Surveyor, 4 not 

stated 40 

Physicians and Surgeons 36 

Architects (2 Landscape) 18 

Teachers in Schools 16 

Clergymen 16 

Officers in Army (4 American, 3 English, 

1 Austrian) 8 

Editors 6 

Artists 4 

Officers in Navy '. 6 

Missionaries 3 

Librarians 2 

Musicians 2 

Scientists 2 

Sculptors 2 

Social Workers 2 

Archaeologist 1 

Author 1 

Dentist 1 

Diplomatist 1 

Explorer 1 

Inventor 1 

Prefect of College 1 

Research Student 1 

Statistician 1 

278 



Business ajid Commerce. 
Officials and Managers of Compani^, in- 
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Manufacturers' 30 

Merchants (Wholesale 22, Retail 5) 27 

Banters 12 

Chemists 9 

Stock and Bond Brokers 9 

Farmers 7 

Contractors and Builders 6 

Real Estate 6 

Publishers 5 

Insurance 5 

Advertisers 4 

Coal Operators 3 

Fruit Growas 3 

City Officials 3 

Journalists 2 

Secretaries 2 

Efficiency Expert 

Hotel Keeper 

Land Owner 

Ship Builder 

Theatre Director 

Tobacco Grower 

Trustee 

191 

No occupation 3 

Not stated 22 

Total 494 



UXDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AXD HEARERS WHO LEFT 
^MTHOUT TAKING A DEGREE. 



Number of years in College. 


Under- 
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Hearers. 


Total. 


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One-half 

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Total 


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90 


961 


100 



Bryn Mawr College 



CALENDAR 



GRADUATE COURSES 



1916 




Beyn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 

Published by Bryn Mawr College, 

March, 1916. 

Volume IX. Part 2. 



Bryn Mawr College 



CALENDAR 



GRADUATE COURSES 



1916 



Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 

Published by Brj^n Mawr College. 
Vol. IX. Part 2. March, 1916. 

Entered as secotid-class matter, March 23rd, 1908, at the post-office Bryn Mawr, 
Pennsylvania, under Act of July 16th, 1894- 

Printed by the John C. Winston Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bryn Mawr College Calendar 
1916. 

Paet 1. Register of Alumnae and Former Students. 

Paet 2. Graduate Courses. 

Paet 3. Undergraduate and Graduate Courses. 

Past 4. Academic Buildings and Halls of Residence, 
Plans and Descriptions. 



BRYN MAWR COLLEGE. 



College Calendar. 



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The academic year will close with the Confex'riag of Degrees at eleven 
o'clock, on June 7th, 1917. 



Academic Year, 1916-17. 

September 26th. Matriculation examinations begin. 

October 2nd. Registration of students. Halls of Residence open for 

students at three p. m. 
October 3rd. Registration of students. 

Matriculation examinations end. 
October 4th. The work of the thirty-second academic year begins at 

a quarter to nine o'clock. 
October 5th. Examinations for advanced standing begin. 

October 14th. Senior oral examination in French. 

October 21st. Senior oral examination in German. 

October 26th. Examinations for advanced standing end. 

November 20th. CoUegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

begin. 
November 28th. CoUegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

end. 
November 29th. Thanksgiving vacation begins at one o'clock. 
December 4th. Thanksgiving vacation ends at nine o'clock. 
December 9th. Senior oral examination in French. 
December 16th. Senior oral examination in German. 
December 20th. Christmas vacation begins at one o'clock. 
January 4th. Christmas vacation ends at nine o'clock. 

January 18th. Matriculation examinations begin. 

January 23rd. jNIatriculation examinations end. 

January 24th. Half-yearly collegiate examinations begin. 

February 3rd. Collegiate examinations end. 

Annual meeting of the Alumnae Association. 
Februarj^ 5th. Vacation. 

February 6th. Vacation. 

February 7th. The work of the second semester begins at a quarter 

to nine o'clock. 
February 8th. Examinations for advanced standing begin. 

March 1st. Examinations for advanced standing end. 

March 16th. Annoimcement of Em-opean Fellowships. 

March 17th. Senior oral examination in French. 

March 20th. Mid-semester examination ia matriculation Greek. 

March 24th. Senior oral examination in German. 

March 26th. Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

begin. 
AprU 3rd. Collegiate and matriculation condition exammations 

end. 
AprU 4th. Easter vacation begins at one o'clock. 

AprU 12th. Easter vacation ends at nine o'clock. 

May 12th. Senior oral examinations in French and German. 

May 22nd. Vacation. 

May 23rd. Collegiate examinations begin. 



May 31st. Matriculation examinations begia. 

June 2nd. Collegiate examinations end. 

Jime 6th. Matriculation examinations end. 

June 7th. Conferring of degrees and close of thirty-second 

academic year. 



Academic Year, 1917-18. 

September 25th, Matriculation examinations begin. 

October 1st. Registration of students. HaUs of Residence open for 

students at three p. m. 
October 2nd. Registration of students. 

Matriculation examinations end. 
October 3rd. The work of the thirty-third academic year begins at 

a quarter to nine o'clock. 



Officers of Admixistratiox. 

Ac.ujEJ.nc Yeae. 1915-16. 

Presiderd, 

M. Cabet Thomas, Ph.D., LL.D. 

Office: Taylor HaU. 

Dean of the College, 

ZvIaPuIox Reilly, A.B. 

Office: Taylor Hall. 

Recording Dean and Assistant to the President, 
Isabel Maddisox, B.Sc, Ph.D. 

Office: Taylor HaU. 

Secretary of the College, 
Edith Orladt, A.B. Office: Taylor Hall. 
Recording Secretary, 
Abig-Ul Camp Dimox, A.M. Office: Taj-lor HaU. 
Wardens of the Halls of Residence, 
I\I.artha Gibboxs Thoiias, A.B., Pembroke HaU. 
]\Iaegap.zt Boxtecou, A.B., Denbigh HaU. 
Maey Feaxces Xeabixg, A.B., PLOckefeUer HaU. 
Bertha Sophie Ehlers, A.B., Radnor HaU. 
Leoxora Lucas, A.B., Merion HaU. 

Sarah Xewtox Hallett,* A.B., Assistant to the Warden 
of Pembroke HaU. 

Comptroller, 

S.vxDT L. HuEST. Office: Tajdor HaU. 

Business Manager, 

LorisE Watsox, A.B. Office: Taylor HaU. 

Assistant Business Maroager, 

CL-iP^ PlEGIXa Stahl, A.B. Office: Tajdor HaU. 

Junior Bursar, j 

AucE Little, A.B. Office: RockefeUer HaU. 

Ldbrarian, 

Lois Axtoixette Reed, A.B., B.L.S. Office: The Library. 

Director of Athletics and Gymnastics and Supervisor of Health Department, 

Coxstaxce ]\L K. Applebee. Office: The GjTnnasimn. 

Physician in Chief, 

Thomas F. Bp^xsox, M.D. Office hours, 8.30 to 9.30 and 2 to 3 daUy, 

Rosemont, Pa. 

Assistant Physician, 

Fraxces R. Spp^gue, IM.D. Pembroke Road, Bryn Mawr; Office hours, 

The Infirmary, Brj-n ^Nlawr CoUege, 4 to 5.30 daily except Sunday. 

Examining Oculist, 
Helex MrEPHT, ]M.D. Office hours, 2 to 4 daUy, 1433 Spruce Street, 

Philadelphia. 

* Left January 5th, 1916. 

t This position was held until Deceniber 31st, 1915. by Miss Josephine Lemmon, A.B 



Academic Appointments. 

AcADEinc Year, 1915-16. 

M. Caeey Thomas, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the College and Professor 
of English. 

A.B., Cornell Univeraity, 1877; studied at the Johns Hopkins University. 1877-78; Uni- 
versity of Leipsic, 1879-82; Ph.D., University of Zurich, 1882. Sorbonne and College 
de France, 1883; Dean of the Facility of Bryn Mawr College and Professor of English, 
1885-94. 

Charlotte Angas Scott, D.Sc, Alumnce Professor of Mathematics. 

Lincoln, England. Graduate in Honours, Girton College, University of Cambridge, 
England, 1880; B.Sc, University of London, 1882; Lecturer on Mathematics in Girton 
College, 1880-84; lectured in connection with Newnham College, University of Cam- 
bridge, England, 1880-83; D.Sc, University of London, 1885. 

George A. Barton, Ph.D., Professor of Biblical Literature and Semitic 
Languages. 

A.B., Haverford College, 1882, and A.M., 1885; studied under the direction of the American 
Institute of Hebrew, 1885-86; Hari-ard University, 1888-91; Thayer Scholar, Harvard 
University, 1889-91; A.M., Harvard University, 1890; Ph.D., Harvard University, 
1891. Director of the American School of Oriental Study and Research in Palestine, 
1902-03; LL.D., Haverford College, 1914. 

Florence Bascom,* Ph.D., Professor of Geology. 

A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1882, B.Sc, 1884, and A.M., 1887. Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1891-93; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1893. Assistant in Geology and 
Instructor in Petrography, Ohio State University, 1893-95. 

Isabel Maddison, B.Sc, Ph.D., Recording Dean and Assistant to the 
President. 

Reading, England. B.Sc, University of London, 1893; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College. 1896, 
and B.A., Trinity College, DubUn, 1905; Girton College, University of Cambridge, 
England, 1889-92; Graduate in Honours, First Class, in the Cambridge Mathematical 
Tripos, 1892; Graduate in Honours, Final Mathematical Schools, University of Oxford, 
1892; Graduate Student in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1892-93, and Fellow in 
IMathematics, 1893-94; Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship and 
Student in Mathematics, University of GottLngen, 1894-95. 

WiLiiER Cave Wright, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Greek. 

Shrewsbury, England. Girton College, University of Cambridge, England, 1888-92; 
Graduate in Honours, Cambridge Clas.sical Tripos, 1892; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 
1895. Fellow in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1892-93; Fellow in Latin, University of 
Chicago, 1893-94, and Fellow ia Greek, 1894-95; Reader in Greek and Latin, University 
of Chicago, 1895-96. 

James H. Leuba, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Education. 

Neuchatel, Switzerland. B.S., University of Neuchatel, 1886; Ph.D., Ursinua College, 
1888; Scholar in Psychology, Clark University. 1892-93; Fellow in Psychology. Clark 
University, 1893-95; Ph.D., Clark University, 1896. 

FoNGER DeHaan, Ph.D., Professor of Spanish. 

Leeuwarden, Holland. Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1895; Instructor in Modern 
Languages, Lehigh University, 1885-91; Fellow in Romance Languages, Johns Hopkins 
University. 1893-94, Assistant in Romance Languages, 1893-95, Instructor in Romance 
Languages, 1895-96, and Associate in Romance Languages, 1896-97. 

Arthur Leslie Wheeler, Ph.D., Professor of Latin. 

A.B., Yale University, 1893; Scholar and Student in Classics, Yale CoUege, 1893-96; 
Ph.D., Yale University. 1896. Instructor and Tutor in Latin, Yale College. 1894-1900. 

Henry Neatill Sanders, Ph.D., Professor of Greek. 

Edinburgh, Scotland. A.B., Trinity University, Toronto, 1894, and A.M., 1897; Ph.D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1903. FeUow in Greek. Johns Hopkins University, 1897-98; 
Lecturer in Greek, McGill Univeraity, 1900-02. 

* Granted leave of absence for the year 1915-16. 

(7) 



William Bashford Huff, Ph.D., Professor of Physics. 

A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1889; A.M., University of Chicago, 1896; Ph.D., Johns 
Hopkins University, 1900. Lecture Assistant in Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 
1899-1900, Assistant in Physics, 1900-01, and Instructor in Physics, 1901-02. 

William Roy Smith, Ph.D., Professor of History. 

A.B., University of Texas, 1897, and A.M., 1898; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1903. 
Acting Professor of History and Political Science, University of Colorado, 1900-01; 
Lecturer in History, Barnard College, 1901-02. 

Lucy Martin Donnelly,* A.B., Professor of English. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1893; University of Oxford, England, and University of Leipsic, 
1893-94; Sorbonne and College de France, and University of Leipsic, 1894-95. 

Karl Detlev Jessen,* Ph.D., Professor of German lAterature. 

Winnemark, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. A.B., University of Chicago, 1896, and 
Fellow in German, 1897-98; Ph.D., University of Berlin, 1901. University of Chicago, 
1895-98; University of Kiel, 1899; University of Berlin, 1898-1901; Acting Professor 
of Modem Languages, Eureka College, 1896; Instructor in German, Iowa State Uni- 
versity, 1897; Instructor in German, Harvard University, 1901-03, and Lecturer on 
German Literature and Aesthetics, 1904. 

Tenney Frank, Ph.D., Professor of Latin. 

A.B., University of Kansas, 1898, and A.M., 1899; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1903. 
FeUow, University of Chicago, 1899-1901; Assistant and Associate in Latin, University 
of Chicago, 1901-04. 

David Hilt Tennent, Ph.D., Professor of Biology. 

S.B., Olivet College, 1900; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. FeUow, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1902-04; Bruce FeUow, Johns Hopkins University, 1904. 

Carleton Fairchild Brown, Ph.D., Professor of English Philology. 

A.B., Carleton College, 1888; A.M., Harvard University, 1901, and Ph.D., 1903. Shat- 
tuck Scholar, Harvard University, 1901-03; Instructor in English, Harvard University, 
1903-05. 

James Barnes, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics. 

Halifax, Nova Scotia. B.A., Dalhousie University, Honours in Mathematics and Physics, 
1899, and M.A., 1900; Ph.D.. Johns Hopkins University, 1904. Holder of 1851 Exhibi- 
tion Science Research Scholarship, 1900-03; Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-04, 
and Assistant in Physics, 1904-06; Resident Fellow, University of Manchester, 1915. 

Richard Thayer Holbrook, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Italian. 

A.B., Yale University. 1893; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1902. Sorbonne, College de 
France, Ecole des Chartes, 1893-94, 1895-96; Student in Italy and University of BerUn, 
1894-95; Student in Spain, 1901; Tutor in the Romance Languages and Literatures, 
Yale University, 1896-1901, and Colimibia University, 1902-06. 

Theodore de Leo de Lagtjna, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy. 

A.B., University of California, 1896, and A.M., 1899; Ph.D., Cornell University. 1901. 
Teacher in the Government Schools of the Philippine Islands, 1901^4; Honorary 
Fellow and Assistant in Philosophy, Cornell University, 1904-05; Assistant Professor 
of the Philosophy of Education, University of Michigan, 1905-07. 

Marion Reilly, A.B., Dean of the College and Reader in Philosophy. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1901. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-02, 1903, 
1903-06; Newnham College, University of Cambridge, Spring, 1907; Universities of 
Rome and Siena, 1911-12. 

Marion Parris Sjhth, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1901, and Ph.D., 1908. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege, 1902-05, Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1905-06; Bryn Mawr College Research 
Fellow and Student in Economics and Politics, University of Vienna, 1906-07. 

Clarence Errol Ferree, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Experimental 
Psychology and Director of the Psychological Laboratory. 

B.S., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1900, A.M., 1901, and M.S., 1902; Ph.D., Cornell Univer- 
sity, 1909. Fellow in Psychology, Cornell University, 1902-03; Assistant in Psychology, 
Cornell University, 1903-07. 

* Granted leave of absence for the year 1915-16. 



Agathe Lasch, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Teutonic Philology. 

Berlin, Germany. Ph.D., University of Heidelberg, 1909. Student, University of Halle, 
1906-07; University of Heidelberg, 1907-10. State Examinations pro facultate docendi, 
Karlsruhe, 1910. 

Grace Mead Axdrus de Laguxa, Ph.D., Associate Professor of 
Philosophy. 

A.B., Cornell University, 1903, and Ph.D., 1906. Sage Scholar in Philosophy, Cornell 
University, 1903-0.3; Alice Freeman Palmer Fellow of WeUesley College, 1905-06; 
Reader in Philosophy. Bryn Mawr College, 1907-08. 

Regina Kathabine Ceandall, Ph.D., Director of English Essay Work 
and Reader in English. 

A.B., Smith College, 1890; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1902. Graduate Student, 
University of Chicago, 1893-94, and Fellow in History, 1894-96; Assistant in History, 
Smith College, 1896-99; Instructor in Hiatorj% Wellesley College, 1899-1900. 

Edith Orladt, A.B., Secretary of the College. 

A.B., Brjm Mawr College, 1902. Warden of Pembroke Hall West, 1903-05. and Warden 
of RockefeUer Hall, 1905-06; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1903-06, 1907-09; 
Recording Secretary, 1910-12. 

Kate Gordon, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education. 

Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1900, and Ph.D., 1903. Scholar in Pedagogj% University 
of Chicago, 1900-01, and Fellow in Philosophy, 1901-03; European Fellow of the 
Association of Collegiate Alumns, 1903-04; Instructor in Ethics and Psychology, Mt. 
Holyoke CoUege, 1904-05, and in Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1906-07; 
Substitute Professor of Philosophy, Mt. Holyoke College, Second Semester, 1911-12. 

James Fultox Fergusox, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Ancient History 

and Latin. 
A.B., Monmouth College, 1903; A.B., Yale University, 1906, A.M., 1907, and Ph.D., 

1912. Fellow, Yale University, 1906-09; Instructor in Wilhams College, 1909-10; 

Instructor in Greek and Latin, Yale CoUege, 1910-12. 

Thomas Clachar Browx', Ph.D., Associate in Geology. 

A.B.. -Ajnherst College, 1904; A.M., Columbia University, 1905, and Ph.D., 1909. Assist- 
ant in Palseontology, Columbia University, 1905—07; Geologist to the Board of Water 
Supply of New York City, 1907-09; Assistant Professor of Geology, Middlebury CoUege, 
1909-11; Xon-resident Lecturer in Geologj', Xor'nich Univ'ersity, 1909; Assistant 
Professor of Geologj', Pennsylvania State College, 1911-12. 

Roger Frederic Brux*el, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

A.B., Colby L'^niversity, 1903; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1906. Lecture Assistant 
in Chemistrj-, Johns Hopkins University, 1906-07; Instructor in Chemistry', Syracuse 
Universitj', 1907-10, and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 1910-12. 

Matilde Castro, Ph.D., Phebe Anna Thome Associate Professor of Edu- 
cation and Director of the Phebe Anna Thorne Model School. 

A.B., University of Chicago, 1900, and Ph.D., 1907. FeUow in Philosophv, University of 
Chicago, 1900-01, 190.3-04, 190.5-06. Principal of the Morris High School, Chicago, 
1901-03; Instructor in PhUosophy, Mt. Holyoke College, 1904-05; Instructor in 
PhUosophv, "\'assar College, 1906-09; Professor and Head of the Department of PhUos- 
ophy, Rockford College, 1910-12. 

Arthur Russell Moore, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 

A.B., University of Nebraska, 1904; Ph.D., University of California, 1911. Assistant 
in Physiology, University of California, 1909-11, and Assistant Professor of Physiology, 
1911-13. 

Gertrude Rax'd, Ph.D., Associate in Experimental and Educational 

Psychology. 

A.B., ComeU University, 1908; Ph.D., Brjm Mawr CoUege, 1911. Graduate Scholar in 
Psychology, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1908-09, 1911-12, FeUow in Philosophy. 1909-10, 
FeUow in Psychology, 1910-11, and Sarah BerUner Research Fellow, 1912-13. 

Eunice Morgan Schenck, Ph.D., Associate in French and Dean ^f the 
College {elect). 

A.B., Brjm Mawr CoUege, 1907, and Ph.D., 1913. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
1909, Graduate Scholar, 1909-10, and FeUow in Romance Languages, 1912-13; Presi- 
dent's European FeUow and Student, the Sorbonne, CoUege de France. University of 
Grenoble, and in Madrid, 1910-12. 



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Samuel Claggett Chew, Jr., Ph.D., Associate in English Literature. 

A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909, and Ph.D., 1913. Fellow, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sitj-, 1910-12; English Master, Hotchkiss School, Lakei-iUe, Conn., 1913-14. 

Jeax Baptiste Beck, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mediceval French 

Literature. 

Guebwiller, Alsace. Baccalaureate in Rhetoric, Sorbonne, 1900; Baccalaureate in Philc^o- 
phy, Sorbonne, 1901; Ph.D., University of Strassbuxg, 1907; State Examination pro 
facultate docendi, 1908. Professor of Latin and German in the Ecole Alsacienne, Paris, 
1909; Director of Advanced Courees for Teachers in GjTnnasia, University- of Vienna, 
1910; Professor of French Literature, Wiener Handels-A kademie, 1910; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Romance Languages, University of Illinois, 1911— li; Instructor in Romance 
Languages and Literature, University of Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1912. 

SusAX ]Mtea Kixgsbuet, Ph.D., Carola Woerishoffer Professor of Social 
Economy and Director of the Carola Woerishoffer Department of Social 
Research. 

A.B., College of the Pacific, 1890; A.M., Leland .Stanford Jr. University, 1899; Ph.D., 
Columbia L'niversity, 190-3. L'niversity Fellow, Columbia University, 1902-03; Holder 
of the European Fellowship of the Women's Education Association, Boston, ZMass., 1903- 
04; Instructor in History, Vassar College, 1904-0-5; Director of Investigation, 2Massa- 
chusetts Commission on Industrial and Technical Education, 190-5-06; Instructor in 
Historj' and Economics and Head of Departments, Simmons College, 1906-07: Assistant, 
Associate and Professor in Economics, Simmons College, and Director of the Depart- 
ment of Research, Women's Educational and Industrial Union, Boston, 1907-1.5. 

Albert Edwin Aat:t, Ph.D., Associate in Philosophy. 

A.B., Yale Universitv, 1908, A.M., 1909, and Ph.D., 1915. Graduate Student, Yale Uni- 
versity, 1908-09, 1913-1-5; University of Berlin, 1912-13; Assistant in Psj-chological 
Laboratorj', Yale Lniversity, 1913-14, and Lecturer in Elementary Logic, Yale Uni- 
versity, Spring Term, 1913-14. 

Georgl^xa GoDD-^JiD KixG, A.M., Associate Professor of the History of 

Art. 

A.B., Brj-n Mawr College, 1896, and A.M., 1897. Fellow in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1896-97, and Fellow in English, 1897-98; College de France, First Semester, 
1898-99. 

Rhys Carpenter, M.A., Associate Profe-nsor of Classical Archceology. 

A.B., Columbia University, 1911; B.A., University of Oxford, 1911, and M.A., 1914. 
Rhodes Scholar and Student. Balliol College, University of Oxford, 1908-11; Drisler 
Fellow in Cla.ssies. Columbia University, 1911-13: .Student, American School of Classical 
Studies in Athens, 1912-13. 

Ch.arles Gheqoere FEX^^^CK, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political 
Science. 

A.B., Loyola College, 1S98; Ph.D.. Johns Hopkins University. 1912. Student of Political . 
Science, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-11; Law Clerk, Di^■ision of International Law 
in the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1911-14; University of Freiburg, 
Summer, 1913; Lecturer on International Law, Washington College of Law, 1912-14. 

J.\MES Miller Leake, Ph.D., Associate in History. 

A.B., Randolph-Macon College, 1902; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. 1914. Instructor 
in French and English, Randolph- Macon College, 1901-03; Principal of Ashland High 
School, Ashland, Va., 1909-11; Johns Hopkins Universitj-, 1911-14; L'niversity Fellow, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1913-14. 

Howard Le^i Gray, Ph.D., Professor of History. 

A.B., University of Rochester, 1S97; A.B., Har\-ard University. 1898, A.M., 1900, and 
Ph.D., 1907. Instructor in Historj-, Harvard University, 1909-13, and Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Historj-, 1914-1.5. 

James Llewellyx Crexshaw, Ph.D., Associate in Physical Chemistry. 

A.B., Centre College, 1907, and A.M., 1908; Ph.D., Princeton Universitj', 1911. Assistant 
Chemist in the Geo-Phj-sical Laboratorj' of the Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C, 
1910-15. 

Olia'e C. Hazlett, Ph.D., Associate {elect) in Mathematics. 

A.B., Radcliffe College, 1912; S.M., University of Chicago, 1913; Ph.D., University of 
Chicago, 191-5. Fellow in Mathematics, Lniversitj- of Chicago, 1913-15; Holder of the 
Fellowship of the Boston Branch of the Association of Collegiate Aliimnae, 1914-15; 
Alice Freeman Palmer Fellow (elect) of the Association of CoUegiate Alumna, 1915-17. 
Alice Freeman Palmer Fellow of WeUesley College, 1915-16, and Fellow (elect) 1916-17. 



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Samuel Aethur King, M.A., Non-resident Lecturer in English Diction. 
Tynemouth, England. M.A., University of London, 1900. Special Lecturer in Elocution, 

Johns Hopkins University, 1901; Special Lecturer in Elocution, University of California, 

1902. 

Pierre Francois Giroud, D.L., Licencie-es-Lettres, Now-resident Lec- 
turer in French. 

Lyons, France. Bachelier-es-lettres, University of France, 1874, and Licencie-es-lettres, 
1881; D.L., Temple University, 1914; OiBcier d'Academie, 1904; Officier de I'lnstruc- 
tion publique, 1905. Ecole des Hautes-Etudes, Chartreux, Lyons; Sorbonne, College 
de France, 1881-85; Director, Ecole Ste. Marie, Chalon, 1886-88; Teacher of French 
in the Delancey School, 1889-96, and in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1889- 
1915; in Girard College, Philadelphia, 1896-1912; Special Lecturer on French Litera- 
ture, Johns Hopkins University, 1907-11; University of Pennsylvania, 1912-15; Cornell 
University (Summer School), 1913-14. 

Howard James Savage,* Ph.D., Lecturer in English Literature and 
Rhetoric. 

A.B., Tufts College, 1907; A.M., Harvard University, 1909, and Ph.D., 1915. Instructor 
in English, Tufts College, 1908-11; Instructor in English, Harvard University, 1911-13 
and at Radcliffe College, 1911-15; Graduate Student, Harvard University, 1908-09; 
1913-15; Instructor in the Harvard Summer School, 1912, 1913. 1914, 1915. 

BsNJAjvnN Franklin Wallis,! Ph.D., Lecturer in Geology. 

A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1910, and Ph.D., 1915. Instructor in Science in the High 
School, Clifton, N. J., 1912-13; Instructor in Mineralogy and Petrology, Northwestern 
University, 1913-14; Hopkins Scholar, Johns Hopkins University, 1911-12, 1914-15. 

Charles Clinton Bramble, A.M., Lecturer in Mathematics. 

Ph.B., Dickinson College, 1912, and A.M., 1913. Assistant in Physics, Dickinson College, 
1911-12; Instructor in Montclair Academy, 1912-13; Hopkins Scholar, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1913-15. 

Oscar F. W. Fernsemer,} Ph.D., Lecturer in German Literature. 
Munich, Germany. Ph.D., University of Munich, 1912. Head of Modern Language 
Department in the High School, Cranford, N. J., 1913-14. 

Abet Ivirk, A.B., Reader in Elementary Greek. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1892. Reader in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1892-98. Asso- 
ciate Principal and Teacher of English and Classics in the Misses Kirk's School, Bryn 
Mawr. 1899-1915. 

Mary Jeffers, § A.M., Reader in German and Oral Examiner in French 
and German. 

A.B., Bryn IVIawr College, 1895, and A.M., 1897. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
1895-98, 1903-04, 1906-07; Teacher of Latin in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn 
Mawr, 1895-98; Student at the Universities of Munich and Halle, 1898-99; Teacher 
of Latin and History in the Girls' Latin School, Baltimore, ]Md., 1900-01; Head of the 
Latin Department in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1899-1907; Student, 
University of Bonn, Smnmer of 1905; Private Tutor, 1892-1914; Super\asor of College 
Preparatory Department, Brantwood Hall, Bronx^'ille, Lawrence Park, N. Y., 1905-07; 
Lecturer on European Travel, Miss Wright's School, 1904-15, and Teacher of Latin, 
1911-15; French and German oral examiner, 1909-14. 

Edna Aston Shearer, Ph.D., Reader in English. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr CoUege. 1904, and Ph.D., 1914. Junior Fellow in Philosophy, Brjn Mawr 
CoUege, 1904-05; Holder of the President's Fellowship and Student, Universities of 
Edinburgh and Aberdeen, 1905-06; Fellow in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1906- 
07; Teacher of English in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1907-09, and Graduate 
Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-08. 

Mart HAivnLTON Swindler, Ph.D., Reader in Latin and Reader and 
Demonstrator in Classical Archceology. 

A.B., University of Indiana, 1905, and A.M., 1906; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1912. 
Graduate Scholar in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07, and Fellow m Greek, 1907-09; 
Mary E. Garrett European Fellow and Student, Universities of Berlin and Oxford and 
the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, 1909-10; Teacher in the Misses 
Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1910-11, and in IVIiss Wright'3 School, Bryn Mawr, 1911- 
12. 

* Appointed as substitute for Professor Lucy Martin Donnelly in 1915—16. 
t Appointed as substitute for Professor Florence Baseom in_ 1915-16. 
X Appointed as substitute for Professor Karl Detlev Jessen in 1915-16. 
§ Granted leave of absence for the year 1915-16. 



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Ida Laxgdox, Ph.D., Reader in English. 

A.B., Brvn Mawr CoUege, 1903; A.M., CorneU University, 1910. and Ph.D., 1912. Cor- 
nell University, 1909-12. 

EsTHZE CiorDMAX Drxx, A.B.J Reader in English. 

A.B., Cornell University, 191.3. 

Ellex Thatze. A.B., Reader in French. 

A.B., Brvn Mawr CoUege, 1907. The Sorbonne, Paris, 1909-11. Teacher of French in 
Wolfe HaU, Denver, Colo., 1911-12. 

Claea Whitxet Ceaxe, A.B., Reader in English. 
A.B., RadcMe CoUege, 1914. 

Edith Chapix Ceavex", A.B., Reader in English. 

AJB., Bryn Ma^vr CoUege. 1899. Graduate Student. Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1899-1900. 

EiiT WTT.iTFT.Arrv A Lawatschek, * A.B., Reader in German. 

Teplitz. Austria. A.B., University of Washington, 1913. Teacher of German, Univer- 
sity of Washington, 1911-14; Teacher of German in the Walnut Hill School and 
Graduate Student, Wellesley CoUege, 1914-15. 

Ellex' Elizaeeth Hill, B.L., Reader in English. 
B.L., Smith CoUege, 1891. 

Helex" Hus.s Paekhubst, A.]\I., Reader arid Demonstrator {elect) in the 
History of Art. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1911. and A-M.. 1913. Teacher of English and History in the 
Dwight School, Englewood, N. J., 1911-12; Graduate Scholar in PhUosophy, Brjii 
Mawr CoUege and Tutor 'w. English, 1912-13; President's Eiiropean Fellow and Student, 
University of Cambridge and the .Sorbonne, 1913-14; FeUow in Philosophy, Brj-n Mawr 
CoUege, 1914-1.5: Honorarj* FeUow in PhUosophy, Johns Hopkins Um'versitj% 1915-16. 

AxGiE LiLLiAX" Kellogg, A.M., Reader (elect) in Social Economy and 
Social Research. 

A.B., Vassar CoUege, 1903, and A.M.. 1904. FeUow in PhUosophy. Brj-n Mawr CoUege, 
1911-13, and FeUow by Courtesj' and Graduate Scholar, 191-3-14. 

Mart Edith Pixxet, A.^SL, Demonstrator in Biology. 

A.B.. University of Kansas. 1908, and A.M., 1910. Teaching Fellow in Zoology, 
University of Kansas, 1909-10, and High School Instructor, Akna, Kan., 1908-09; 
FeUow in Biolo^-, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1910-11: President's European FeUow and 
Student, Universities of Bonn and Heidelberg and Zoological Station, Xaples, 1911-12; 
Instructor in Zoologj', Universitj* of Kansas, 1912-13. 

Dorothy Ochtmax, A.B., Demonstrator in the History of Art. 
A.B.. Smith CoUege, 1914. 

Edith Hamtltox" Laxtjax, A.^L, Demonstrator in Chemistry. 

A.B., Piadcliffe CoUege, 1914; A.M., University of California, 1915. Graduate Student, 
University of California, 1914-15. 

Sue Avis Bl.atte, A.]M., Demonstrator in Physics. 

A.B.. Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1898, and A.M., 1900. Demonstrator and Graduate Student 
in Physics, Brj-n Mawr CoUege. 1898-99, and 1904-06, and FeUow in Physics. 1906-07; 
Graduate Student. Brj-n Mawr CoUege, and Teacher of Mathematics and Science in the 
Misses Shipley's School. Bryn Mawr, 1899-1900; Assistant ''n Physics, Smith CoUege, 
1900-02, 1903-04; FeUow in Physics, University of Pennsj-lvania, 1907-08; Instructor 
in Physics, Smith CoUege, 1910-15. 

LrciA Helex" SiUTHjt A.B., Demonstrator in Physics. 
AJB., Vassar CoUege, 1915. 

Lois A^^toxxette Reed, A.B., B.L.S., Librarian. 

A.B., University of lUinois, 1909; B.L.S., New York Stat€ Library- School, 1904. Libra- 
rian. The Western CoUege, Oxford, Ohio, 1905-07; Cataloguer and Order Department 
Assistant, Library of the Universitv of Illinois, 1907-10; Assistant Librarian, University 
of Rochester, 1910-13. 

* Appointed as substitute for Miss Mary Jeffers in 1915-16. 
t Resigned February 1st, 1916. 



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Helen Corey Geddes, A.B., B.S., Head Cataloguer. 

A.B., RadcliflFe College, 1905; B.S., Simmons College, 1910. Library Assistant, University 
of Illinois, 1910-12. 

Sarah Wooster Eno, A.B., Circulation and Reference Librarian. 

A.B., University of Illinois, 1908. Cataloguer, Library of the University of Pennsylvania, 
1909-10; Librarian, Stetson University, 1910-12. 

Mary Louise Terrien, A.B., Assistant to the Circulation and Reference 

Librarian. 
A.B., Smith CoUege, 1905. Simmons College Library School, Boston, Mass., 1914-15. 

Constance M. K. Applebee, Director of Athletics and Gymnastics and 
Supervisor of Health Department. 

Licentiate, British CoUege of Physical Education, 1898, and Member, 1899. Gymna.sium 
Mistress, Girls' Grammar School, Bradford, Yorkshire, 1899-1900; in the Arnold Foster 
High School, Burnley, Yorkshire, 1899-1901; in the High School, Hahfax, Yorkshire, 
1900-01; Head of Private Gymnasium, Ilkley, Yorkshire, 1899-1901; Harvard School 
of Physical Training, Summer, 1901; Hockey Coach, Vassar CoUege, Wellesley CoUege, 
Radcliffe College, Mt. Holyoke College, Smith College, Bryn Mawr College, Boston 
Normal School of Gymnastics, 1901-04; Hockey Coach, Harvard Summer School of 
Gymnastics, 1906. 

Cynthia Maria Wesson, A.M., Assistant to the Director of Athletics 

and Gymnastics. 
A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1909, and A.M., 1914. Graduate of the Sargent School for 

Physical Education, Boston, Mass., 1913. Graduate Scholar in Biology, Bryn Mawr 

College, 1913-14. 

Administrative and Executive Appointments. 

M. Carey Thomas, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the College and Professor 
of English. 

A.B., Cornell University, 1877; studied at the Johns Hopkins University, 1877-78; Uni- 
versity of Leipsic, 1879-82; Ph.D., University of Zurich, 1882. Sorbonne and CoUSge 
de France, 1883; Dean of the Faculty of Bryn Mawr CoUege and Professor of English, 
1885-94. 

Marion Reilly, A.B., Deaii of the CoUege and Reader in Philosophy. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1901. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-02, 1903, 
1903-06; Newnham CoUege, University of Cambridge, Spring 1907; Universities of 
Rome and Siena, 1911-12. 

Isabel Maddison, B.Sc, Ph.D., Recording Dean and Assistajit to the 
President. 

Reading, England. B.Sc, University of London, 1893; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1896, 
and B.A., Trinity College, DubUn, 1905; Girton College, University of Cambridge, 
England, 1889-92; Graduate in Honours, First Class, in the Cambridge Mathematical 
Tripos, 1892; Graduate in Honours, Final Mathematical Schools, University of Oxford, 
1892; Graduate Student in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1892-93, and FeUow in 
Mathematics, 1893-94; Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European FeUowship and Stu- 
dent in Mathematics, University of Gottingen, 1894-95. 

Edith Orlady, A.B., Secretary of the College. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1902. Warden of Pembroke Hall West, 1903-05, and Warden 
of RockfeUer HaU, 1905-06; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1903-06, 1907-09; 
Recording Secretary, 1910-12. 

Abigail Camp Dimon, A.M., Recording Secretary. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1896, and A.M., 1899. Vice-Principal of the High School, 
Clinton, N. Y., 1896-97; Assistant Teacher of EngHsh in the Utica Academy, 1897-98; 
Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1898-99; Tutor, 1900-01; Graduate Student 
and Warden of Radnor HaU, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1901-04; Teacher of Science in the 
BalUol School, Utica, 1904H)5, and of Science and Mathematics, 1905-08; Teacher in 
the New School, Utica, 1908-09; Demonstrator in Biology, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1911, 
and Reader in Biology, 1911-12. 

Sandy Lee Hurst, Comptroller. 



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Louise Watson, A.B., Business Manager. 

A.B., Biyn Mawr College, 1912. Teacher in Marshall College, Huntington, W. Va., 1913-14. 
Claea Regina Stahl, A.B., Assistant Business Manager. 

A.B., University of Michigan, 1915. Welfare "Worker, 1909; Registrar, Greensboro CoUege, 
1910-12, and Bursar, 1913. 

John J. Foley, Swperintendent of Mechanical Equipment. 
Thomas F. Foley, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. 

Halls of Residence. 
Martha Gibbons Thomas, A.B., Warden of Pembroke Hall. 

A.B., Brj^n Mawr CoUege, 1889. 

Margaret Bontecott, A.B., Warden of Denbigh Hall. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1909. Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1909-10; Student, Uni- 
versities of Munich and Oxford, 1910-11; Settlement Worker, Orange Social Settlement, 
1912-13; Private Tutor and Secretary, 1913-14. 

Mary Frances Xearing, A.B., Warden of Rockefeller Hall. 

A.B., BrjTi MaT\T College, 1909. Teacher of English in St. Margaret's School, Waterbury, 
Conn., 1910-11; Secretary and Athletic Director, Miss Walker's School, Lakewood, 
N. J., 1911-13; Social Sen-ice Worker, Philadelphia, 1913-14. 

Bertha Sophie Ehlers, A.B., Warden of Radnor Hall. 

A.B., BrjTi Mawr College, 1909. Teacher of German in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadel- 
phia, 1910-14; Reader in Elementary German, Brj-n ^lawr College, 1912-13. 

Leonora Ltjcas, A.B., Warden of Merion Hall. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1912. Graduate Student, Northwestern University, 1912-13; 
Professor of Romance Languages, Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga., 1913-15. 

Sarah Newton Hallett,* A.B., Assistant to the Warden of Pembroke 
Hall. 

A.B., Brown University, 1901. Graduate Student, Brown University, 1905-06, 1909-10; 
Graduate Scholar in History, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1914-15. 

Alice Little,! A.B., Junior Bursar. 
A.B.. Western CoUege, 1889. 



Health Department Appointments. 

In cooperation with the President of the College, the Dean of the 
College and the Supervisor of the Health Department. 

Thomas F. Branson, I\LD., Physician in Chief. 

A.B., Haverford CoUege, 1889; M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1892. Attending 
Physician, Brj-n Ma^T Hospital. 

Frances R. Sprague, B.L., M.D., Assistant Physician of the College. 

B.L., University of California, 1886; M.D., Woman's Medical CoUege of Pennsylvania, 
1891. Visiting Physician and Surgeon, ChUdren's Department, ChUdren's Hospital 
of San Francisco, 1898-1910; Visiting Surgeon, Woman's Hospital of Pennsylvania, 
and Considting Surgeon, West Philadelphia Hospital for Women; Practicing Physician, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1910-16. 

Helen Murphy, ]M.D., Examining Oculist. 

M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1893; Assistant Demonstrator in 
Histology, Woman's Medical CoUege of Pennsylvania, 1894-96; Instructor in Materia 
Medica, 1896-1902; Instructor in Diseases of the Eye, PhUadelphia PolycUnic and 
CoUege for Graduates in Medicine, 1895-97. 

* Resigned January 5th, 1916. t Mrs. Elwin Little. 



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I'he'following'physicians^.have consented to serve as consultants: 

ThomasIMcCkae, M.D., F.R.C.P., 1627 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, 
Consulting Physician. 

George de Schweinitz, M.D., 1705 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Con- 
sultant Oculist. 

Robert G. Le Conte, M.D., 1625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Con- 
sultant Surgeon. 

Francis R. Packard, M.D., 302 S. Nineteenth Street, Philadelphia, 

Consultant Aurist and Laryngologist. 

James K. Young, M.D., 222 S. Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia, Con- 
sultant Orthopoedist. 

G. C. Davis, M.D., 1814 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Consultant 
Orthopaedist. 

Administrative and Executive Managers and 

Assistants. 
Bessie Homer Jennings, Assistant Cataloguer. 

Graduate, Drexel Institute Library School, 1900. 

Mertte Watson, Assistant to the Librarian. 

Frieda Segelke Miller, A.B., Statistical Secretary to the Director of 

the Carola Woerishoffer Department of Social Research. 
A.B., Milwaukee-Downer College, 1911. Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 
1911-15. 

Ellen Elisabeth Hill, B.L., Secretary to the President. 

B.L., Smith College, 1891. 

Mart Warren Taylor, Secretary to the Department of Athletics and 
Gymnastics and Recording Secretary to the Health Department. 

Genevieve Estelle Potter, Bookkeeper and Assistant to the Comptroller. 

Mabel Gray Thomas, Stenographer and Assistant Bookkeeper in the 
Comptroller's Office. 

Helen Magee, A.B., Stenographer to the President. 

A.B., University of Michigan, 1914. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1915. 

Sarah Evelyn Martin, A.B., Stenographer to the Dean of the College. 

A.B., University of Chicago, 1914. Secretary and Registrar, Shorter and Brenau College, 
1909-11; Secretary and Registrar, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 1911-13; Stu- 
dent, University of Chicago, 1913-14, and Graduate Student, 1915. 

Eleanora Iredale, Stenographer to the Recording Dean and Assistant to 
the President. 

Ellen Beulah Lewis, A.B., Stenographer to the Secretary of the College. 

A.B., Swarthmore College, 1906; Assistant to the Editor at the Commercial Museum, 
Philadelphia, 1906-13. 

Edith Sherwood, Stenographer in the Business Manager's Office. 

Drexel Institute Secretarial School, 1911-12. 

Nancy C. Crist, Stenographer in the Business Manager's Office. 
Bertha Shortland, Telephone Clerk. 



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Department op Education. 
Phebe Anna Thorne Model School. 
Matilde Castro, Ph.D., Director and Teacher of English and History. 

A.B., University of Chicago, 1900, and Ph.D., 1907. Fellow in Philosophy, University of 
Chicago, 1900-01, 1903-04, 1905-06. Principal of the Morris High School, Chicago, 
1901-03; Instructor in Philosophy, Mt. Holyoke College, 1904-05; Instructor in 
Philosophy, Vassar College, 1906-09; Professor and Head of the Department of Philos- 
ophy, Rockford College, 1910-12. Phebe Anna Thorne Associate Professor of Educa- 
tion, Bryn Mawr College. 

Kate Gordon, Ph.D., Psychologist to the Phebe Anna Thorne Model 

School. 
Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1900, and Ph.D., 1903. Scholar in Pedagogy, University 

of Chicago, 1900-01, and Fellow in Philosophy, 1901-03; European Fellow of the 

Association of Collegiate Alumnse, 1903-04; Instructor in Ethics and Psychology, Mt. 

Holyoke College, 1904-05, and in Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1906-07; 

Substitute Professor of Philosophy, Mt. Holyoke College, Second Semester, 1911-12; 

Phebe Anna Thorne Associate Professor of Education, Bryn Mawr College. 

Samuel Arthur King, M.A., Teacher of Reading. 

Tynemouth, England. M.A., University of London, 1900. Special Lecturer in Elocu- 
tion, Johns Hopkins University, 1901; Special Lecturer in Elocution, University of 
California, 1902. Non-Resident Lecturer in Engliah Diction, Bryn Mawr College. 

Eunice Morgan Schenck, Ph.D., Teacher of Frencli. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907, and Ph.D., 1913. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
1909, Graduate Scholar, 1909-10, and Fellow in Romance Languages, 1912-13; Presi- 
dent's European Fellow and Student, the Sorbonne, College de France, University of 
Grenoble, and Madrid, 1910-12. Associate in French, Bryn Mawr College. 

Placido de Montoliu, Teacher of Jaques-Dalcroze Eurythmics {Singing, 

Dancing) . 
Graduate of the Jaques-Dalcroze College of Rhythmic Training, HeUerau, Germany. 

Constance M. K. Applebee, Teacher of Gymnastics and Sports and Games. 
Director of Gymnastics and Athletics, Bryn Mawr College. 

Mary Hamilton Swindler, Ph.D., Teacher of Latin. 

A.B.. University of Indiana, 1905, and A.M.. 1906; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1912. 
Graduate Scholar in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07, and Fellow in Greek, 1907-09; 
Mary E. Garrett European Fellow and Student, Universities of Berlin and Oxford and 
the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, 1909-10; Teacher in the Misses 
Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1910-11, and in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, 
1911-12. Reader in Latin, Bryn Mawr College. 

Anna Whitman Clark, A.B., Teacher of Elementary Science and Arith- 
metic. 

A.B., Vassar College, 1898. Private Assistant to Professor Brookover in Biological Labora- 
tory, Colorado College, 1899-1900; Teacher of Science and Mathematics in Miss Butt's 
School, Norwich, Conn., 1906-11, and in Miss Walker's School, Lakewood, N. J., 1911- 
14; Summer Session, Teacher's College, Columbia University, 1914. 

Virginia Wright Garber, Teacher of Drawing and Modelling. 

Student, the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, the Philadelphia Academy 
of Fine Arts, and PupU of Jules Lefebre, Benjamin Constant, Professor Charles Roth, 
Wilham M. Chase, Childe Hassam, and Howard Pyle. Head of the White Gate Studios, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1911-15. 

Gertrude Rand, Ph.D., Psychologist to the Phebe Anna Thorne Model 
School. 

A.B., Cornell Um'versity, 1908; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1911. Graduate Scholar in 
Psychology. Bryn Mawr College, 1908-09, 1911-12, Fellow in Philosophy, 1909-10, 
Fellow in Psychology, 1910-11, and Sarah Berliner Research Fellow, 1912-13. Associate 
in Educational and Experimental Psychology, Bryn Mawr College. 

Florence Nice Beckley, A.B., Secretary to the Director. 

A.B., Vassar College, 1907. Simmons College. 1909-10. Secretary to the President, 
Newton Theological Institution, 1910-14. 



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Ellen Thayer, A.B., Teacher of French. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907. The Sorbonne, Paris, 1909-11. Teacher of French in 
Wolfe Hall, Denver, Colo., 1911-12; Reader in French, Bryn Mawr College. 

Ethel Virginia Hunley, A.B., Teacher of History. 
A.B., Barnard College, 1915. 

Louise May Tattershall, A.B., Teacher of Mathematics. 

A.B., Barnard College, 1908. Assistant Principal of the High School, White Haven, Pa., 
1909-11; Student, Teacher's College Summer School, 1914; Teacher of Mathematics 
Wykeham Rise, 1914-15, 

Marion Alcott Ballou, A.B., Teacher of English. 

A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1910. Teacher of English and Latin in the High School, 
Sanford, Me., 1910-11; Teacher in the Perkins Institute for the Blind, Watertown, Mass., 
1911-13; and Teacher in Miss Gilbert's School, Woonsocket, R. I., 191.3-15. 



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SxrDEXTS. 



Felloirs and Graduate Students. Academic Year, 1915-16. 

GzRTRrDZ HiLDRETH CAMPBELL, Mary E. Garrett European Fellow. 

Providence, R. I. A.B., Brown University, 1911, and A.M., 1912. Tutor in English, 
Brown University, 1912; Graduate Scholar in English, Brj-n Mawr CoUege, 1912-13; 
Fellow in English, 1913-14; Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy, 1914-15; Stu- 
dent in the British Museum, London, 1915-16. 

Charlotte D'E^'eli'x, Mary E. Garrett European Fellow. 

San Francisco, Cal. B.L., Mills College, 1911; Universitj- of California, .Summer, 1912. 

Teacher in the Public Schools, Bloomington, Idaho, Jan.-Jun., 1912, and in Sanger, 

Cal., 1912-13; Graduate Scholar in EngUsh, Brv-n Mawr CoUege, 1913-15; Student 
in the British Museum, London, 1915-16. 

YvoxxE Stodd.\ed, Bryn Mawr European Fellow. 

Boston, Mass. Prepared by Miss Haskell and Miss Dean's School, Boston. First BrjTi 
MawT Matriculation Scholar for the New England States, 1906-07. A.B., Brj-n ]\Iawr 
CoUege, 1913. Student, University of Oxford, 1915, 1916. 

LiLLi.\x RosAXOFF, Helen Schaeffer Huff Memorial Fellow. 

Xew York City. A.B., Barnard CoUege, 1908; A.M., Columbia University, 1911; Ph.D.. 
Clark Universitv, 1914. Teacher of Mathematics in Hunter CoUege, 1908-10, and in 
Xew York City High Schools, 1910-12, and 1914-15. 

Agxes Carr Vaughan', Fellow in Greek. 

Tampa, Fla. A.B., GaUoway CoUege, 1907; A.M., University of Michigan, 1910. Fel- 
low, L-niveisity of Michigan, 1910-11. Associate in Greek and Latin, Hardin CoUege, 
Mexico, Mo.. 1911-15. 

Elizabeth Louise DA^^s, Fellow in Latin . 

JeffersonviUe, Ind. A.B., Indiana L'niversity, 1910. and A.M.. 1914. Assistant Principal 
of the Second High School. Gaston. Ind., 1910-11, and Principal of the High .School. 
1911-12; Teacher of Latin and Ancient Historj- in the High School, JefFerson-s-iUe, Ind., 
1913-15. 

Mart Elizabeth Barxicle, .Fellow in English. 

Providence. R. I. A.B.. Brown University. 1913. Teacher in Evening School. Provi- 
dence, 1910-11; Graduate Scholar in English, Brs-n Mawr CoUege, 1913-15. 

Ruth Perkixs. Fellow in German. 

Abington, Mass. A.B.. "WeUesley CoUege. 1912; A.M., RadclifFe CoUege. 1913. Assist- 
ant in German and Latin in the High School, Belchertown, Mass., 1913-14; Graduate 
Scholar in German, Brj-n ^lawr CoUege, 1914-15. 

Gretchex Todd, Fellow in Romance Languages. 

Milbum, N. J. A.B., Smith College. 1913. Student in iMadrid. Spain. 1913-15. 

A>rT Bl.\xche Greex-e, 

Fellow in Semitic Languages and Biblical Literature. 

Cincinnati, O. A.B., Miami University, 1907; A.M., Universitj- of Chicago, 1914. Teacher 
of Bible in Cincinnati Missionary Training .School, 1911-15. 

Je.ax-ette Uxger, Fellow in Economics. 

New York City. A.B., Barnard College, 1914, and A.M., Columbia University, 1915. 
Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1914-15. 

Elsa Mat Butler, 

Carola VToerishoffer Fellow in Social Economy and Social Research. 

St. Louis, Mo. A.B., Vassar CoUege, 1905, and A.M., Washington Universitv, 1914. 
Teacher in the High School, Xeligh, Xeb., 1905-06; in Akeley Hall, Grand Haven, 
Mich., 1906-08, and in Hasmer Hall, St. Louis, Mo., 1908-12. Assistant Head Worker 
of the Social .Service Department of St. Louis Children's Hospital, 1912-15. 



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CoEA Louise Friedline, Fellow in Psychology. 

Lincoln, Neb. A.B., University of Nebraska, 1913, and A.M., 1915. Scholar in Phil- 
osophy, University of Nebraska, 1914-15. 

Helen Morningstar, Fellow in Geology. 

Columbus, O. A.B., Ohio State University, 1913, and A.M., 1915. Teaching Fellow in 
English, Ohio State University, 1913-15. 

Jane Marion Earle, British Scholar. 

Croydon, England. Newnham College, Cambridge, 1907-10; Mathematical Tripos, 
Part 1, 1908, Part 2, 1910. Training College for Women, Cambridge, 1910-11. Teacher 
of Mathematics in the Girls' High School, Leeds, 1911-15. 

Gwen Ann Jones, British Scholar. 

Bala, Wales. B.A., University College of Wales, 1909, and M.A., 1914. Teacher in the 
Girls' Intermediate School, Pontypool, Wales, 1910-15. 

Mary Rhys, British Scholar. 

Blandford, Dorset, England. M.A., with Honours in English, Glasgow University, 1915. 

OcTAViA Elfrida Saunders, British Scholar. 

Mayfield, Sussex, England. M.A., St. Andrews University, 1910-14, with Honours in 
Modern Languages. Assistant Lecturer in German, St. Andrews University, 1914-15. 

Frida Margarete Clara Hoehne, German Scholar. 

Berlin, Germany. Student, University of Berlin, 1913-14, and University of Jena, 1914-15. 
Teacher in the English School for Girls, Dresden, 1906-08, and in the Lyceum, Berlin, 
1911-13. 

Elizabeth Darlington Adams, Scholar in English. 

New London, Conn. A.B., Vassar College, 1915. 

Louise Elizabeth Whetenhall Adams, Scholar in Greek. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. A.B., Barnard College, 1914, and A.M., 1915. Graduate Student, 
Columbia University, 1914-15. 

Grace Albert, History. 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1897, and A.M., 1903. Private Tutor, 1897- 
99; Teacher of Latin in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1899-1901, of History, 
190.5-06, and Secretary, 1901-02; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-02, and 
1904-08; Graduate Scholar in History and Economics and Politics, 1902-03; Fellow in 
History and Student, University of London, engaged in research work in the Public 
Records Office, London, and in the University of Oxford, 1903-04; Head of Department 
of History in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1906-15. 

Beatrice Allard, . . .Scholar in Semitic Languages and Biblical Literature. 

Boston, Mass. A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1915. 

Marion Alcott Ballou, English and Education. 

Woonsocket, R. I. A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1910. Teacher of English and Latin in 
the High School, Sanford, Me., 1910-11; Teacher in the Perkins Institute for the Blind, 
Watertown, Mass., 1911-13; Teacher in Miss Gilbert's School, Woonsocket, R. I., 1913- 
15; Teacher of English in the Phebe Anna Thorne Model School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-16. 

Hazel Katherine Barnett, Scholar in Psychology. 

Bedford, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915. 

Grace Bartholomew, Education. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1913. Teacher in Miss Mills's School, Mt. Airy, 
Philadelphia, 1914-15, and in Miss Hills's School, Ardmore, 1915-16. 

Louise Goebel Beck,* French. 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. A.B., University of Illinois, 1912. Substitute Teacher of German, 
Civics, and Algebra in the High School, Champaign, 111., 1912-13. 

Florence Nice Beckley, Education. 

Newton Centre, Mass. A.B., Vassar College, 1907. Simmons College, 1910-11. Secre- 
tary to the President, Newton Theological Institution, 1910-14. 

* Mrs. Jean Baptiste Beck. 



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Sue, A^-is Blake Chemistry. 

Merion, Pa. A.B., Brj-n Ma-svr College, 1898, and A.M., 1900. Demonstrator and Grad- 
viate Student in Physics, Brj-n Mawr College, 1S9S-99, 190i-06; Graduate Student, 
Brjm ilawr College, and Teacher of Mathematics and Science in the Misses Shiplev's 
School, Br\-n Mawr, Pa., 1899-1900; Assistant in Ph-v-sics, Smith College, 1900-02, 
1903-04; Fellow in Physics, BrjTi Ma-svr College, 1906-07; FeUow in Physics, Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania, 190/-O8; Instructor in Physics, Smith College, 1910-15. 

Maegaeet BoxTECor, History. 

Orange, N. J. A.B., Biyn Mawr College, 1909. Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1909-10; 
Student, Universities of ilunich and Oxford, 1910-11; Settlement Worker, Orange 
Social Settlement, 1912-13; Secretary and Private Tutor, 191.3-14; Warden of Denbigh 

Hall. 1914-16. 

M.\BG.ARET Saegee Bbadwat, Scholor in Romance Languages. 

Haverford, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915. 

Maeguebite Jexxie Beeckexetdge, Scholar in Malhemalics. 

Grove Citv, Pa. A.B., Grove City College, 1913. Teacher in the High School, Center- 
^-ille, Pa., 191.3-15. 

Ida M AEG abet Beingabdneb, English, History and History of Art. 

Columbus, O. A.B., Ohio State University, 1915. 

Anxa Haines Bbowx, History. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Brj-n Mawr College, 1915. 

Alice Hill Btexe, Graduate Scholar in Latin. 

Lancaster. Pa. A.B., WeUeslev College, 190S. Teacher of Latin and Greek in the L'nion 
High School, Coleraine. Pa.," 1894-96, and Principal, 1899-1900; in Mrs. Blackwood's 
School. Lancaster, 1896-99, and 1900-01; Associate Principal and Teacher of Latin and 
Greek in Miss Stahr's School, Lancaster, 1901-05; Principal of the Shippen School, Lan- 
caster, 190.5-09; Teacher of Latin and Greek in Sliss HUls's School, Philadelphia, 1909- 
11; Graduate Student, Br>-n Mawr College, 1908-10, 1911-14, and Graduate Scholar in 
Greek, 1910-11, and in Latin, 1914-15; Teacher of Latin and Greek in the Baldwin 
School, Bryn Mawr, 1911-12, 1913-15, and Ln charge of the Lower School, 1912-13. 

Alice Squibes Chetxet, 

English, Social Economy and Social Research, and Psychology. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Vassar College, 1909. Philadelphia Training Course for Social 
Workers, 1909-10; Graduate Student, Lniversity of Pennsjlvania, 1910-11. 

Anis^a Whitmax Claek, Biology. 

Binghamton, X. Y. A.B., ^'assar College, 1898. Private Assistant to Professor Brook- 
over in Biological Laboratorj-, Colorado College, 1899-1900; Teacher of Science and 
Mathematics in Miss Butt's School, Xorwich, Conn., 190.5-11, and in Miss Walker's 
School, Lakewood, X. J., 1911—14; Summer Session, Teacher's College, Columbia Uni- 
versit}', 1914; Teacher of Elementary Science and Arithmetie in the Phebe Anna Thome 
Model School, 1914-16. 

Maeguebite .Jozelle Cowax', Perm College Scholar. 

Oskaloosa, la. Ph.B., Penn CoUege, 1915. 

Edith Chapix* Cea^'ex', * French . 

Wa^^le, Pa. A.B., Br\Ti Mawr College, 1899. Graduate Student, Brj-n Mawr College, 
1899-1900; Reader in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16. 

Elizabeth Beateice Daw, .... Felloic by Courtesy and Scholar in English. 

Spottswood, X". J. A.B., Vassar CoUege, 1909, and A.M., University of Pennsylvania, 
1910. Reader Ln English, Brj-n Mawr College, 1912-14; Fellow in English, 1914-15. 

M.ilET Doax Guilford CoUege Scholar. 

Indianapolis, Ind. A.B., Guilford CoUege, 1915. 

EsTHEE CLOxrDiLi.x Duxx", English. 

South Portland, Me. A.B., ComeU University-, 1913. Lecturer in English, Maine State 
Summer School, 1914; Reader in English, Brj-n Mawr CoUege, 1914-16. 

Elisabeth Alwaed Eames, English, French and History of Art. 

Wahiawa, Oahu, H. T. B.L., University of CaUfomia, 1914. 

* Mrs. Thomas Truston Tingey Craven. 



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Grace Frank,* English and French. 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. A.B., University of Chicago, 1906. Graduate Student, Brvn Mawr 
College, 1908-10, 1913-16. 

Helen GENE"vaEVE Fuller, 

Carola Woerishoffer Scholar in Social Economy and Social Research. 
Amesbury, Mass. A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1915. 

Margaret Madeleine George, History and Economics and Politics. 

Sudlersville, Md. A.B., Western Maryland College, 1915. 

Mary Alice Hanna, Fellow by Courtesy in History. 

Trenton, Mo. A.B., University of :Missouri, 1909, and B.S., 1911. Teacher in the High 
School, Vandalia, Mo., 1909-11; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-12, Fel- 
low in History, 1912-1.3, and Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in History, 1914- 
15; Mary E. Garrett European Fellow and Research Student in the British Museum, 
London, and London School of Economics, 1913-14. 

Mildred Hardenbrook, Felloiv by Courtesy in Greek. 

Valatie, N. Y. A.B., Vassar College, 1908, and A.M., 1909. Graduate Scholar in Greek, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1911-12, 1913-14; FeUow in Greek, 1914-15. 

Florence Mat Harper, Scholar in Romance Languages. 

Seattle, Wash. B.L., Mills College, 1913. Graduate Scholar in Romance Languages, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1914-15. 

Jane Annetta Harrison, Teutonic Philology. 

La Plata, Mo. A.B. and B.S., University of Missouri, 1906, and A.M., 1907. Scholar 
in Germanic Languages, University of Missouri, 1906-07, and Graduate Student, 1908- 
09; Teacher in the High School, Sedalia, Mo., 1907-08; Fellow in German, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1909-10; Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellow, and Student in Universities 
of Berlin and Heidelberg, 1910-11; Teacher in the High School, St. Charles, Mo., 
1911-13; Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in German, Bryn Mawr College, 1913-14; 
Instructor in German in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1914-16. 

Helen Frances Harvey, Scholar in Biology. 

Oberlin, O. A.B., Oberlin College, 1915. 

Alice Philena Felicia Hubbard, 

FelloiD by Courtesy and Scholar in Romance Languages. 

Austin, Tex. B.S., University of Texas, 1900, and A.M., 1902. University of Chicago 

Summer School, 1904, 1905. Fellow in Spanish, University of Texas, 1899-1902; Tutor 

in Spanish, University of Texas, 1902-08, and Instructor in Spanish, 1908-13; Graduate 

Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1913-14; and Fellow in Romance Languages, 1914-15. 

Ethel Virginia Hunley, Education. 

New York City. A.B., Barnard College, 1915. Teacher of History in the Phebe Anna 
Thorne Model School, 1915-16. 

Florence Catherine Irish, History. 

Norristown, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914. 

Mildred Clark Jacobs, Social Economy and Social Research. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1916. 

Mathilda Jepsen, . . • English, History and Politics. 

Gardnerville, Nev. A.B., University of Nevada, 1912. Teacher in the High School, 
Douglas County, Nevada, 1912-15. 

Mildred Lewis Justice, Scholar in Education. 

Ardmore, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915. 

Julia Brainerd Ivessel, History and Politics. 

Cresco, la. A.B., Grinnell College, 1914. 

Mary Barbara Kolars, Scholar in English. 

Le Sueur Center, Minn. A.B., University of Minnesota, 1913. 

* Mrs. Tenney Frank. 



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Elly WiLHXLinxA Lawatschek, Teutonic Philology and Philosophy. 

Teplitz, Austria. A.B., University of Washington, 1913; Graduate Student, Wellesley 
College, 1914-15; Assistant in German, Universitj- of Washington, 1909-13; German 
Instructor. Walnut Hill High School. Natick, Mass., 1914-15; Reader in German, Brv-n 
Mawr College, 191-5-16. 

Elizabeth Theustox Leake,* Englijsh. 

Brvn Mawr, Pa. A.B., Goueher College, 1910. Assistant Principal of the High School, 
Ashland, Va., 1910-11. 

LEOJfORA LtrCAS, French and Spanish. 

Evanston, HI. A.B., Bryn Mawr Collie, 1912. Graduate Student, Northwestern Uni- 

versitv, 1912-13; Professor of Romance Langiiages, Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga., 

191.3-15. 

Edith Rebecca ^VIacatxet, Scholar in English . 

Medina, X. Y. A.B., University of iCchigan, 1915. 

Jan"et Maxcolm Macdoxau), Scholar in Archceology. 

Fort Dodge, la. A.B.,Momingside College, 1910. A.M.. University of Hlinois, 1913, 
Assistant Principal in the High School. Aurelia, la., 1911—12; Instructor in Latin, 
Momin^de College, 191-3-15. 

Helex M.\gee. Engli<ih and French. 

Easton, Pa. A.B.. Universitv of ^liehigan, 1914. Stenographer to the President. Br\-n 
Mawr CoUege, 1914-16. 

Ruth Coe AIaxchester Scholar in Latin. 

Winsted. Conn. A.B., Brj-n Mawr College, 1913. Teacher of Languages and Historj' 
in the High School, Canaan, Conn., 1913—15. 

Grace Medes, Fellow by Courtesy in Biology. 

Kansas Citv, Mo. A.B.. University of Kansas, 1904, and .A.M., 1913. Fellow in Biologj-, 
Br>-n Mawr College, 1913-1.5. 

Jes-sie Elizabeth Mixor, Scholar in Chemistry. 

Springfield. Mo. B.S.. Drury CoUege, 1904. Graduate Student. University of Chicago. 
Summer 1906, 1907. and University of Pennsylvania, 1908-10. Substitute Professor of 
Chemisto'. Drurj- College. 1906-08; Professor of Chemistry, Huguenot CoUege, Welling- 
ton. S. Africa, 1911-14; Graduate Scholar in Chemistrj'. BrjTi Mawr CoUege, 1914-15. 

WiLL-\^"EXE Sober Morris,! English. 

Chestnut Hill, Pa. A.B., CoUege for Women of Western Reserve University, 1908. 

M.\RY Fr.\xce.s Xearixg, Social Economy and Social Research. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Br>-n Mawr CoU^e. 1909. Teacher of English in St. Margaret's 
School, Waterburj-, Conn., 1910-11; Secretary and Athletic Director, Miss Walker's 
.School. Lakewood. X. J.. 1911-13; Social Service Worker, Philadelphia, 1913-14: 
Warden of RockefeUer HaU, 1914-16. 

Dorothy Ochtmax, Archceology. 

Cos Cob. Conn. A.B., Smith CoUege, 1914. Demonstrator in the Histor\^ of Art, Br\-n 
Mawr CoUege, 1914-16. 

Hazel Graxt ORiiSBEE, 

Carola Woerishoffer Scholar in Social Economy and Social Research. 

Ithaca, X. Y. A.B., ComeU University, 1915. 

Mary Edith Pixxey, Biology. 

Wilson, Kans. A.B., Universitj- of Kansas, 1908. and A.M., 1910. Teacher in High 
School, Alma, Kani:., 190S-09; Teaching Fellow in Zoology, University of Kansas, 
1909-10; FeUow in Biology, Biyn Mawr CoUege, 1910-11; President's European FeUow 
and Student, Universities of Bonn and Heidelberg and Zoological Station, Xaples. 1911- 
12; Instructor in Zoology, University of Kansas, 1912-13; Demonstrator in Biologj-, 
and FeUow by Courtesy- in Biology, Brvn Mawr CoUege, 1913-14, and Demonstrator in 
Biology, 1914-16. 

* Mrs. James MiUer Leake. f Mrs. Herbert C. Morris. 



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Eleanor Ferguson Rambo, Ancient History and Archaeology. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1908, A.M., 1909. Scholar in Greek, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1908-09; Graduate Student in Latin, 1909-10, and in Archaeology, 
1911-12, 1914-15; Teacher of Mathematics in the Misses Kirk's School, Bryn Mawr, 
1909-10; Private Tutor, 1910-11; Teacher of Latin in Miss Wright's School, Bryn 
Mawr, and Private Tutor, 1911-16. 

Emma Sellers Robertson, Education. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1913. Teacher of French in the Chatham 
Episcopal Institute, Chatham, Va., 1912-14, and in Miss Cruice's School, Philadelphia, 
and in Miss Roney's School, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Edith Forsyth Sharpless, .... Biblical Literature and Semitic Languages. 

Haverford, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1905; A.M., Columbia University, 1910. 
Teacher of History and Latin in Guilford College, 190.5-09; Teacher in Friends' Mis- 
sion, Tokyo, 1910-12 and in Mito, Japan, 1912-15. 

Edna Aston Shearer, Philosophy. 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1904, and Ph.D., 1914. Junior Fellow in 
Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1904-05; Holder of the President's Fellowship and 
Student, Universities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen, 190.5-06; Fellow in Philosophy, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1906-07; Teacher of English in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 
1907-09, and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-08; Reader in English, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1908-16 and Reader in Philosophy, 1914-15. 

Lucia Helen Smith, Chemistry. 

New York City. A.B., Vassar College, 1915. Demonstrator in Physics, Bryn Mawr 
College, First Semester, 1915-16. 

Lillian Soskin, Scholar in Economics. 

New York City. A.B., Barnard College, 1915. 

Louise Mary Tattershall, Education and Mathematics. 

White Haven, Pa. A.B., Barnard College, 1908, Teachers' College Summer School, 1914. 
Assistant Principal of the High School, White Haven, 1909-11; Teacher of Mathematics 
in Wykeham Rise, Washington, Conn., 1914-15, and in the Phebe Anna Thorne Model 
School. Bryn Mawr, 1915-16. 

Mary Louise Terrien, German. 

Nashua, N. H. A.B., Smith College, 1905. Simmons College Library School, Boston, 
Mass., 1914-15. Assistant to the Circulation and Reference Librarian, Bryn Mawr 
College, 191.5-16. 

Frances Howard Tetlow, Social Economy and Social Research. 

Boston, Mass. A.B., Radcliffe College, 1908. Teacher of English Composition in the 
Winsor School, Boston, 1909-15. 

Ellen Thayer, French. 

London, England. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907. Student at the Sorbonne, 1909-11; 
Teacher of French in Wolfe Hall, Denver, Col., 1911-12; Reader in French, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1914-16. 

Elise Tobin, Scholar in Chemistry. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S., Barnard College, 1915. 

Helen Loring Tufts, Earlham College Scholar. 

Vernon, N. Y. A.B., Earlham College, 1915. 

Beulah Louise Wardell, * Scholar in English. 

Columbus, O. A.B., Ohio State University, 1913, and A.M., 191.5. Fellow in English, 
Ohio State University, 1913-14, and Graduate Assistant in English, 1914-15. 

Amey Eaton Watson,! Social Economy and Social Research. 

Haverford, Pa. A.B., Women's College in Brown University, 1907; A.M., University of 
Pennsylvania, 1910. Teacher in Miss Wheeler's School, Providence, R. L, 1907-08; 
Instructor in the Department of Social Science, University of Utah, 1912. 

Dorothy Vivian Weston, 

Carola Woerishoffer Scholar in Social Economy and Social Research. 

New York City. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914; College Settlements Association Joint 
Fellow, 1915-16. 

* Mrs. Miles L. Hanley. t Mrs. Frank D. Watson. 



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Helen Emma ^^"ieand, Latin. 

Pottston-n, Pa. A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1906, and A.M., 1908. Graduate Scholar in 
Latip and Archaeology, Bryn Man-r Colleg'-, 1907-09; Teacher of Latin and German in 
the High School, PhDenix\ille, Pa., 1909-10; Student in Pottstown Business College, 
1910-11; Secretary to the Dean of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1911; In- 
structor in Latin in Wheaton College, Norton, ^Mass., 1911-13, and Assistant Professor, 
1913-15. 

Marguekite Willcox, Fellow by Courtesy in Chemistry. 

Oxford, N. Y. A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1913. Graduate Scholar in Chemistry, Bryn 
IMawr College, 1913-14, and Fellow in Chemistry, 1914-15. 

Margaret Woodbury, Scholar in History. 

Columbus, O. A.B., Ohio State University, 1915. 



Former Holders of European Fellowships. 
Balch, Emily Greene, 130 Prince Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1889-90. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1889, group, Greek and Latin. Student in Political Science, Conservatoire des Arts 
et des Metiers, Paris, and under the direction of Professor Emile Levasseur, 1890-91; 
University of Chicago, 1895; University of Berlin, 1895-96; Alember of Board of 
Trustees for Children of the City of Boston, 1897-98; Assistant in Economics, WeUesley 
College, 1896-97, Instructor in Economics, 1897-1903, Associate Professor of Economics 
and Sociology, 1903-12, and Acting Head of the Department, 1907-13; Professor of 
Political Economy and Political and Social Science, 1913-16. 

Becker, Amanda Fredericka, 5709 Von Versen Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1903-04. B.Sc, Missouri State 
University, 1901, and A.M., 1902. Holder of Teaching Fellowship, Missouri State 
University, 1901-02; Graduate Scholar, Brj-n Mawr College, 1902-03; Student, 
University of Gottingen, 190.3-04; Teacher of IMathematics in the Yeatman High 
School. St. Lotiis, 1904-08, and in the Soldan High School, St. Louis, 1909-11. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Hardy Montague. 

BiLLMEYER, Helen May, 250 Midland Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Holder of the Bcyn Mawr European Fellowship, 1902-03. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1902, group. History and PoUtical Science; University of Berlin, 1903-04; Private 
Tutor, 1910-11; Teacher in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1911-16. 

Bley, Helen Muller, 2 Sixth Street, N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1910-11. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1910, group, Greek and Latin. Student. L'niversity of Munich, 1910-12; L'niversity 
of Athens, 1912-13; Private Tutor, 191.3-14: Teacher of Latin, Greek, and Ancient 
History in St. ^Margaret's School, Waterbury, Conn., 1914-15; Translator in L". S. 
Department of Agriculture, Washington, 1915-16. 

Bontecou, Margaret, 150 Highland Avenue, Orange. N. J. 

Holder of the Bryn !Mawr European Fellowship, 1909-10. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1909. group. History and Economics and Politics. Student, L'niversities of Munich and 
Oxford, 1910-11; P'rivate Tutor and Settlement Worker, 1911-13; Private Secretary 
and Tutor, 1913-14; Warden of Denbigh Hall, Brj-n Mawr College, 1914-16. 

Boring, Alice Middleton, University of Maine, Orono, Me. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1907-08. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1904, group. Chemistry and Biology, A.M., 1905, and Ph.D., 1910, subjects, Zoology 
and Physiology. Graduate Scholar in Biology, and Assistant in the Biological Labora- 
tory, Bryn Mawr CoUege. 1904-05; Moore Fellow in Zoology, L'niversity of Pennsylvania, 
1905-06; Fellow in Biologj", Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07; Instructor in Zoology, 
Vassar College, 1907-08; Student, University of Wtirzburg, and Zoological Station, 
Naples, 1908-09; Instructor in Zoology, L'niversity of Maine, 1909-11, Assistant Pro- 
fessor, 1911-13, and Associate Professor of Biologj-, 191.3-16. 

BoTJRLANT), Caroline Brown, 10 West Street, Northampton, Mass. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1900-01. A.B., Smith College, 
1893; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1905, subjects, Spanish, Old French, and Italian, 
■reacher of French and German in Mrs. Starrett's School, Oak Park, 111., 1895-96, 
and in the High School, Peoria, 1896-97: .Student. Sorbonne and College de France, 
X897-98; Fellow in Romance Languages, Bryn Mawr College, 1898-99; Graduate Scholar 



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and Fellow by Courtesy in Romance Languages, Bryn Mawr College, 1899-1900, 1901-02; 
Student in Romance Languages, Madrid, Spain, 1900-01; Instructor in Spanish and 
French, Smith College, 1902-06, Associate Professor. 1906-13, and Professor. 1913-16. 

Breed, Mary Bidwell, 5317 Westminster Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1894-95. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1894, group. Chemistry and Biology, A.M., 1895, and Ph.D., 1901, subjects. Chemistry 
and Mathematics. Graduate Student and Assistant in the Chernical Laboratory, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1894-95; Student in Chemistry, University of Heidelberg, 1895-96; 
Professor of Science, Pennsylvania College for Women, 1897-99; Fellow by Courtesy 
and Graduate Scholar in Alathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. Bryn INIawr College, 
1899-1901; Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Indiana University, 
1901-06; Student in Paris and Italy, 1909-10; Adviser of Women, University of 
Missouri, 1906-12; Associate Head and Teacher of English, St. Timothy's School, 
Catonsville, and Alumnse Director, Bryn ISIawr College. 1912-13; Dean of the Margaret 
Morrison Carnegie School of the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, 1913-16. 

Brooks, Harriet, 990 Queen Mary's Road, Montreal, Canada. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1902-03. A.B., McGill University, 
1898, and A.M., 1901. Graduate Student, McGill University, 1898-99; Tutor in 
Mathematics, and Research Student in Physics, Royal Victoria College, 1899-1901; 
Fellow in Physics, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-02; Student, University of Cambridge, 
England, 1902-03; Lecturer in Mathematics, Royal Victoria College of McGill Uni- 
versity, Montreal, 1903-04; Tutor in Physics, Barnard College, 1904-06; Research 
Student, Sorbonne, 1906-07. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Frank H. Pitcher. One daughter, two sons. 

Brown, Vera Lee, Centreville, New Brunswick, Canada. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1914-15. A.B.. McGill University, 1912. 
and A.M., 1913. Graduate Scholar in History, Bryn Mawr College, 1913-14, and Grad- 
uate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy, 1914-15. 

Brownell, Louise Sheffield, Clinton, N. Y. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1893-94. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1893, group, Greek and Latin. Student in Greek and EngUsh, University of Oxford, 
England, and University of Leipsic, 1893-94; Graduate Student in Greek, Columbia 
College, 1894-95, and Graduate Student in English, 1895-96; Graduate Student in 
Greek and English, Bryn Mawr College, 1896-97; Warden of Sage College, and Lecturer 
in English Literature, Cornell University, 1897-1900; Associate Head of the Ballicl 
School, Utica, N. Y., 1900-05; Private Tutor, 1905-16. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Arthur Percy Saunders. Two daughters, two sons. 

Brusstar, Margaret Elizabeth, . . 70S North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1911-12. A.B., Bryn Mawr College. 
1903, group, Latin and Mathematics. Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in Miss 
Gleim's School, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1903-04; Teacher of Mathematics in the Misses Ship- 
lev's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1904-08, Graduate Student. Brvn Mawr College, 1906- 
07, 1908-09, Graduate Scholar in Mathematics. 1907-08; Fellow in Mathematics, 1910- 
11; Student, University of Gottingen, 1911-12; Head of Department of Mathematics 
in the Misses Shipley's School. Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1908-10, 1912-16. 

Cady, Mary Louise, 48 North Church Street, Decatur, Ga. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1906-07. A.B. and A.M., Radcliffe 
College, 1904. Graduate Scholar in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1904-05; Fellow in 
Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1905-06; Student, University of BerUn, 1906-07; Teacher 
in the Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Ga., 1907-08, Professor of Greek, 1908-10, and 
Professor of History, 1910-16. 

Cam, Nora, Paulers Pury Rectorj'', Towcester, England. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1912-13. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1912, and A.M., 1913. Graduate Scholar in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1912- 
13; Teacher of Mathematics in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1911-13; Student, 
University of Rome, 1913-14; Teacher in Miss Edgar's School, Montreal, Canada, 
1914-16. 

Campbell, Gertrude Hildreth, See page IS. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1914-15. 

Claflin, Edith Frances, 17 Felton Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1899-1900. A.B., RadchfFe College, 
1897; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1906, subjects, Greek and Latin. Graduate Scholar 
in Greek and Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 1897-98, and Graduate Student, 1898-99; 
Student at the American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1899-1900; Private Research 
Work, Harvard University Library, 1900-01; Instructor in Literature in the Prospect 



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Hill School, Greenfield, Mass., 1901-02, and in Classics and Classical History, 1902-07; 
Instructor in Greek and Latin, and Head of the Classical Department, !NIonticello 
Seminary, Godfrey, 111 , 1907-13; Instructor in Latin and the History of Art in the 
Courtland School, Bridgeport, Conn., 1913-14; Instructor in Greek and Latin in the Laurel 
School, Cleveland, O., 1914-16. 

Coulter, Cornelia Catlin, 207 Adams Avenue, Ferguson, Mo. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1908-09. A.B., Washington University, 
1907; Ph.D., Brvn Mawr College. 1911, subjects, Latin and Greek. Graduate Scholar 
in Latin, Bryn ]\Iawr College, 1907-08, Fellow in Latin, 1909-10, and Fellow in Greek, 
1910-11; Student, University of Munich, 1908-09; Reader in Latin, Bryn Mawr 
College. 1911-12; Teacher of Latin in St. Agnes School, Albany, N. Y., 1912-16. 

DoDD, Katharine, 18 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1914-15. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1914. Teacher in Miss Haskell's School, Boston, 1914-16. 

Eddingfield, June Christina, New Ross. Ind. 

Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellow, 1914-15. FeUow in German, 1913-14. A.B., 
University of Indiana, 1906. Student, University of Indiana, Summer Semesters, 1908, 
1910, 1911, 1912. Assistant Principal of the High School, Swayzee, Ind., 1906-08; Head 
of German Department in the High School, Elwood, Ind., 1908-12; Graduate Scholar in 
German, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-13; Teacher of German in the High School, Wingate. 
Ind., 1914-i5, and in the High School, Mishawaka, Ind., 1915-16. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1901-02. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1901, 
group, History and PoUtical Science, A.M., 1902, and Ph.D., 1905, subjects. Economics 
and PoUtics and History. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-02, 1903-04; 
Fellow in Economics and Pohtics, 1904-05; Student, University of Leipsic, 1902-03; 
Instructor in History, JNIt. Holyoke College, 1905-08; Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of History, 1908-09; Associate Professor of Pure Economics 
and Political Science, 1909-11, and Associate Professor of History and PoUtical Science, 
1911-16; on leave of absence and Teacher of History in the American College, Con- 
stantinople, 1913-15. 

Emery, Anne Crosby, 163 George Street, Providence, R. I. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1892-93. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1892, group, Greek and Latin, and Ph.D., 1896, subjects, Latin and Greek. Graduate 
Student, Bryn iMawr College, 1892-93; Student, University of Leipsic, 1893-94; 
Secretary to the President, and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, Second Semester, 
1894-95, and 1895-96; Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of Classical Philology, 
University of Wisconsin, 1897-1900; Dean of the Women's College in Brown University, 
1900-05; Alumnae Member of the Board of Directors of Bryn Mawr College, 1906-09; 
Writer and Lecturer, 1913-16. 

Married, 1905, Professor Fraticis Greenleaf Allinson. 

Fleisher, Eleanor Louie, 1715 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1903-04. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1903, 
group, EngUsh and German. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1903-04, 
1906-07. 

Married, 1908, Dr. David Riesman. Two sons. 

Foster, Frances Allen, 381 Angell Street, Providence, R. I. 

Holder of the Marv E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1912-13. A.B., Brown University, 
1909, Ph.D., Brj-n Mawr College, 1913, subjects, English Philology, EngUsh Literature 
and Old French. .Scholar in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1909-11; Fellow in English, 
1911-12; Student in London and Oxford, 1912-13. Research Scholar and Fellow by 
Courtesy in English and Assistant to the Warden of Pembroke Hall, 1913-14; Instructor 
in EngUsh, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn., 1914-16. 

Gibbons, Vernette Lois, Mills College, Oakland, Cal. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1912-13. Sc.B., Mt. Holyoke CoUege, 1896, 
and A. B., 1899; M.Sc, University of Chicago, 1907; M.Sc, University of the Cape of Good 
Hope, 1908. Teacher in the High School, Bernardstown, Mass., 1896-97; Assistant in 
Chemistry, Mt. Holyoke College, 1897-99, and Instructor in Chemistry, 1899-1901; 
Instructor in Chemistry and Mineralogy, Wells College, 1902-04, and Associate Professor 
of Chemistry, 1905-06; Lecturer and Head of Department of Chemistry, Huguenot 
College, Wellington, South .Africa, 1907-11, and on leave of absence, 1911-12; Fellow in 
Chemistry, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1911-12; Student, University of Munich, 1912-13; 
and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1913-14; Helen Schaeffer Huff Research 
FeUow in Physics, 1914-15; Professor of Chemistry, MiUs College, 1915-16. 



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Giles, Ellen Rose, Died, 1914. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1897-98. A.B. and A.M., Bryn Mawr 
College, 1896, group, Greek and Semitic Languages. Graduate Scholar in Semitic 
Languages, Bryn Mawr College, 1896-97, and Graduate Scholar in Philosophy, 1897-98; 
Student in Philosophy, University of Berlin, 1898-99, and Sorbonne, 1899; Private 
Tutor, 1899-1901; Editorial and Journahstic Work, 1901-06. 

Hall, Edith Hayward, 37151 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1903-04. A.B., Smith College, 
1899; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1908, subjects, Archaeology and Greek. Teacher 
of Greek and History in Woodstock Academy, Woodstock, Conn., 1899-1900; Teacher 
of Latin and Greek in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1900-01 and 1905-09; 
Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1900-01, 1905-09, and Graduate Scholar, 
1901-03; Holder of the Agnes Hoppin Memorial Fellowship and Student at the 
American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1903-05; Instructor in Archaeology, 
Mount Holyoke College, Second Semester, 1908-09, 1909-11; excavating in Eastern 
Crete, Second Semester, 1910-11, 1911-12; Assistant Curator, University Museum, 
Philadelphia, 1912-15. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Joseph M. Dohan. 

Hamilton, Edith, 1312 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1895-96. A.B. and A.M., Bryn 
Mawr College, 1894, group, Greek and Latin. Fellow in Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 
1894-95; Student, Universities of Leipsic and Munich, 1895-96; Head Mistress of the 
Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1896-1916. 

Hamilton, Margaret, 1312 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1897-98. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1897, group, Chemistry and Biology. Student, College de France and University of 
Munich, 1898-99; Teacher of Science, Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1900-10, and 
Head of the Primary Department. 1910-16. 

Hanna, Mary Alice, See page 21. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1913-14, and Fellow in History, 
1912-13. 

Hardy, Cora, 105 East 19th Street, New York City. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1899-1900. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1899, group Latin and French. Student at the Sorbonne, College de France and 
University of Oxford, 1S99-1900; Teacher of Greek and English in Ward Seminary, 
Nashville, Tenn., and Graduate Student, Vanderbilt University, 1902-03; Teacher 
of English and Literature in St. Timothy's School, Catonsville, Md., 1903-06. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Edwin Seton Jarrett. Two sons. 

Harmon, Esther 2139 Glenwood Avenue, Toledo, O. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1907-08; Holder of the Ottendorfer 
Memorial Research Fellowship in Teutonic Philology, 1909-10. A.B., University of 
Michigan, 1906. Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1912, subjects, German Literature, Teu- 
tonic Philology and Modern History. Graduate Scholar in Teutonic Philology, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1906-07; Student, University of Berlin, 1907-08; Fellow in German, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1908-09; Student, University of Munich, 1909-10; Teacher in the 
High School, Toledo, 1910-12; Instructor in German, Normal College of New York, 
1912-15. 

Harrison, Jane Annetta, See page 21. 

Holder of the Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellowship in Teutonic Philology, 1910-11. 

Hill, Virginia Greer, 3417 Race Street, Philadelphia. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1907-08. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1907, group, Latin and Mathematics. Student, University of Ziirich, 1907-08; 
Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1908-14. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Julian Alexander. 

King, Helen Maxwell, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1910-11. A.B., Ohvet College, 
1907, and A.M., 1908. Graduate Student,. Bryn Mawr College, 1908-09; Fellow in 
Romance Languages, 1909-10. Private Secretary to the United States Minister to Siam, 
1910-12; Graduate Scholar, Bryn Mawr College, Second Semester, 1912-13; Student, 
Sorbonne and College de France, 1913-14; Instructor in French Language and Liter- 
ature, Smith College, 1914-16. 



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Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca,. .Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadle}-, Mass. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1898-99. A.B., University of Toronto, 
1896; Ph.D., Brj'n ^Mawr College, 1901, subjects, Phvsics and Mathematics. Teacher 
in Ontario Ladies' CoUege, 1896-97; Fellow in Phj-sics, Brj-n Mawr College, 1897-98; 
Student, University of" Berlin, 1898-99; Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy 
in Mathematics and Physics, Brs-n Mawr CoUege, 1900-01; Instructor in Physics, 
Mount Holyoke CoUege, 1901-0.3, Acting Head of the Department of Physics, 1903-04. 
and Professor of Physics, 1904-16; on leave of absence, Sara BerUner Research Fellow 
and Student, University of Wiirzburg, 1913-14. 

Langenbeck, Clara, 803 North Eutaw Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Holder of the President's European FeUowship, 1896-97. Ph.G., Cincinnati CoUege 
of Pharmacy, 1890; S.B., University of Cincinnati, 1895. FeUow in Biology, Bryn 
Mawr CoUege, 1895-96; Student, University of Marburg, 1896-98; Professor cf 
Biologj', Wells CoUege, 1898-1901; Instructor in the Cincinnati CoUege Preparatory 
School for Girls, 1901-11;. FeUow by Courtesy and Graduate Scholar in Biology, Bryn 
Mawr CoUege, 1911-12; Student, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1912-14. 

Leftwich, Florence, Biltmore, X. C. 

Holder of the Bryn ^lawr European Fellowship, 1895-96. WeUesley CoUege, 1884-85. 
A.B., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1895, group, French and Latin, and Ph.D., 1906, subjects. 
Old French, Latin, and Spanish. Student, Sorbonne and CoUege de France, 1895-96; 
Mistress of Modern Languages, Mississippi Industrial Institute and CoUege, Columbus, 
Aliss., 1896-98; FeUow by Courtesy in Romance Languages, Bryn ZMawr CoUege, 
1898-99; Holder of the European Fellowship of the Baltimore Association for the 
Promotion of the Universitv Education of Women, and Student, University of Zurich, 
1899-1900; Teacher of French in the Brjm Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1900-01; 
Graduate Student, Brjii Mawr CoUege, 1902; FeUow in Romance Languages, Bryn 
Mawr CoUege, 1902-03. 

Married, 1903, Mr. S. Prioleau Ravenel. 

Lewis, Florexce Parthexia, . . 2435 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Holder of the President's European FeUowship, 1899-1900. A.B., University of Texas, 
1897, and A.M., 1898; A.M., RadcUffe CoUege, 1906; Ph.D., .luhns Hopkins University, 
1913. FeUow in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1898-99; Student, Sorbonne and 
College de France, 1899-1900; Teacher in the University Preparatory School, Austin, 
Tex., 1900-02; Student, University of Texas, 1901-03; Tutor in Zvlathematics, Uni- 
versity of Texas, 1902-05; Fellow of the Baltimore Association for the Promotion of 
the University Education of Women and Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1907-09; Fellow by Courtesy, Johns Hopkins University, 1912-13; Instructor 
in ^Mathematics, Goueher CoUege, 1910-11, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 1911-13, 
and Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1913-16. 

Lewis, Mayone, 4324 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European FeUowship, 1908-09. A.B.. Bryn Mawr CoUege, 
1908, group, Greek and Latin. Student, Universities of Munich and Pari?, 1908-09; 
Teacher of English, Rosemarj- Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1909-15. 

LowEXGRUXD, Helex Mg.ss, 1356 Madison Avenue. Xew York City. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European FeUowship, 1906-07. A.B., BrjTi IMawr CoUege, 
1906, group, Latin and English, and A.M., 1907. Graduate Scholar in Latin, Bryn 
Mawr CoUege, 1906-07; Graduate Scholar in EngUsh, 1907-08, and Graduate Student 
in English, 1909-10; Research Student in British Museum, 1910-11; Teacher of His- 
tory- in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1909-10, and of EngUsh, 1911-15. 

Married, 1915, Mr. George W. Jacoby. 

M.ADDISON, Isabel, 217 Roberts Road, Bryn ^lawr, Pa. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European FeUowship, 1894-95. University CoUege of 
South Wales and Monmouthshire, 1885-89; Girton CoUege, Universitv of Cambridge, 
England, 1889-92; Mathematical Tripos, First Class, 1892; Oxford Mathematical 
Final Honour School, 1892; B.Sc, University of London, Mathematical Honours, 1893; 
Ph.D., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1896, subjects, >Iathematics, AppUed Mathematics and 
Physics; A.B., Trinity CoUege, DubUn, 1905. Graduate Student in Mathematics, 
Brjm Mawr CoUege, 1892-93, and FeUow in Mathematics, 1893-94; Student in 
Mathematics, University of Gottingen, 1894-95; Assistant Secretary to the President, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1895-96; Secretary to the President, and Reader in Mathematics, 
1896-1904; Assistant to the President and Reader in Mathematics, 1904-06, and 
Assistant to the President and Associate in Mathematics, 1906-10; Recording Dean 
and Assistant to the President, I9I0-I6. 

Martin, Emilie Xorton, .... Mt. Holyoke CoUege, South Hadley, Mass. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett Eiiropean FeUowship, 1897-98. A.B., Bryn :MawT CoUege, 
1894, group, Latin and Mathematics, and Ph.D., 1901, subjects. Mathematics and 
Physics. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr CoUege, First Semester, 1894-95, 1896-97, 



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1901-02, 1906-07; Teacher of Latin in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., January- 
June, 1895; Fellow in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1895-96; Student, University 
of Gottingen, 1897-98; Fellow by Courtesy in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 
1898-99; Teacher of Mathematics in the Misses Kirk's School, Rosemont, Pa., 1899- 
1900; Private Tutor, 1899-1903; Instructor in Mathematics, Mt. Holyoke CoUrge, 
1903-04, First Semester, 1904-05, 1907-11, and Associate Professor of Mathematics, 
1911-16. 

Morse, Kate Niles, 24 Park Street, Haverhill, Mass. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1901-02. A.B., Mt. Holyoke 
College, 1898, and A.M., 1900. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1898-99; 
Fellow in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1900-01; Universities of Berhn and Munich, 
and American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1901-02; Graduate Student, Rad- 
cliffe College, 1903, 1906-07. 

Nichols, Helen Hawley, Pomeroy Hall, Wellesley, Mass. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1908-09. A.B., Marietta College, 
1906; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1911, subjects, Hebrew, Aramaic and New Testament 
Greek. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07, and Graduate Scholar in 
Semitic Languages, 1907-08, 1909-10; Student, University of Oxford, 1908-09; In- 
structor in Biblical History, Wellesley College, 1911-15. 

NowLiN, Nadine, 1144 Louisiana Street, Lawrence, Kan. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1906-07. A.B. and A.M., University 
of Kansas, 1903. Fellow in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1905-06; Demonstrator 
in Biology, University of Kansas, 1906-08; Graduate Student, University of Munich, 
1908-09; Zoological Station, Naples, 1909; Instructor in Zoology, University of Kansas, 
1910-13, and Assistant Professor of Zoology, 1913-16. 

Park, Marion Edwards, 1529 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1898-99. A.B., Bryn Mawr College. 1898, 
group, Greek and English, and A.M., 1899. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
1898-99, 1912-14; Graduate Student, Autumn Quarter, University of Chicago, 1900-01; 
American School of Classical Studies, Athens, Greece, 1901-02; Instructor in Classics, 
Colorado College, 1902-03, 1904-06, and Acting Dean of Women, 190.3-04; Teacher 
in Miss Wheeler's School, Providence, R. I., 1906-09; Acting Dean of the College, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1911-12; Assistant Professor of Classics, Colorado College, 1914-15; 
Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1915-16. 

Parkhurst, Helen Huss, Englewood, N. J. 

Holder of President's European Fellowship, 1913-14. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1911, 
and A.M., 1913. Teacher in the Dwight School, Englewood, 1911-12; Graduate Scholar 
in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-13; Student, University of Cambridge, 1913- 
14; Fellow in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-15; Honorary Fellow, Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1915-16. 

Parris, Marion, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Holder of Bryn Mawr College Research Fellowship, 1906-07. A.B., Bryn Mawr College. 
1901, group. History and Political Science, and Ph.D., 1909, subjects. Economics and 
Politics and Philosophy. Private Tutor, 1901-02; Warden of Svimmit Grove, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1902-04, and of Rockefeller Hall, 1904-05; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1902-05; Fellow in Economics, Bryn Mawr College, 1905-06; Student, Univer- 
sity of Vienna, 1906-07; Reader in Economics and Politics, Bryn Mawr College, 1907- 
08, Associate in Economics and Politics, 1908-11, and Associate Professor, 1911-16; 
Chairman of Executive Committee of Bureau of Occupations for Trained Women, 
Philadelphia, 1912-15. 

Mt.rried, 1912, Professor William Roy Smith. 

Peebles, Florence, 2352 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1898-99. A.B., Woman's College 
of Baltimore, 1895, and Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1900, subjects, Morphology and 
Physiology. Graduate Scholar in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1895-96; Fellow in 
Biology, 1896-97. and Graduate Student, 1897-98, 1903-04, 1906-11; Scholar of the 
Woman's Table and Student in Biology, Zoological Station, Naples, Universities of 
Munich and Halle, 1898-99; Instructor in Biology, Woman's College of Baltimore, 
1899-1902, and Associate Professor of Biology, 1902-06; Student, University of Bonn. 
Summer, 1906; Teacher of Science in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, 1906-11. 
1913-15; Holder of American Woman's Table in Zoological Station, Naples, Spring, 
1907; Assistant Demonstrator in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-10, and Private 
Tutor, 1907-12, 1913-15; Fellow of the Association of Collegiate Alumnse, Boston Branch, 
and Student and Research Worker, Germany and France, 1912-13; Lecturer in Biology, 
Bryn Mawr College, as Substitute for Professor of Biology, Oct.-Dec, 1913; Professor 
of Biology, H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, Tulane University, 1915-16. 



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Perkins, Elizabeth Mary, 2429 Green Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1900-01. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1900, group, Greek and Latin, and Ph.D., 1904, subjects, Latin and Greek. Graduate 
Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1900-01; Student, Universities of Berlin and Munich, 
1901-02; Fellow in Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 1902-03; Teacher of Latin and German 
in the Western High School, Washington, 1903-04, of Latin, 1904-05, and of Greek and 
Latin, 1905-06; Instructor in Latin, Vassar College, 1906-07; Graduate Student, 
Columbia University, 1907-08; Tutor in Latin, High School Department, Normal 
College, New York City, 1907-09; on leave of absence, 1909-10. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Eric Charles William Scheel Lyders. One daughter. 

PiNNEY, Mary Edith, See page 22. 

Holder of President's European Fellowship, 1911-12. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, ' Jamestown, N. C. 

Holder of the BrjTi Mawr European Fellowship, 1896-97. S.B., GuiHord CoUege, 1892. 
Holder of Guilford Scholarship, Bryn Mawr College, 1892-93, and Graduate Student, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1893-97. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1S96; Ph.D., 1906, subjects. 
Mathematics and Physics. Demonstrator in Physics, Bryn Mawr College. 1896-97; 
Student, University of Gottingen, 1897-98: Teacher of Science and Mathematics, in 
the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Aid., 1898-1900, and Assistant Teacher of Mathe- 
matics,^ 1900-01 ; Holder of Fellowship of the Baltimore Association for the Promotion 
of the L'niversity Education of Women, and Fellow by Courtesy in Mathematics, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1901-02; Fellow in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1902-03; Teacher 
of Mathematics in Dr. J. Sachs's School for Girls, New York City, 1903-05; Teacher 
of Mathematics in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1906-11, Reader in Mathe- 
matics, Bryn Mawr College, 1908-10, and Fellow by Courtesy, 1910-11; Associate in 
Mathematics, North Carolina State Normal and Industrial College, Greensboro, N. C, 
1912-16, wdth leave of absence, 1913-15. 

Reimer, Marie, 420 West 118th Street, New York City. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1902-03. A.B., Vassar College. 
1897, and Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1903, subjects. Chemistry and Physiology. 
Graduate Scholar in Chemistry, Vassar College, 1897-98; Assistant in the Chemical 
Laboratory, Vassar College, 1898-99; Fellow in Chemistry, Bryn Mawr College, 1899- 
1900, 1901-02; Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in Chemistry, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1900-01; Student, University of Berlin, 1902-03; Lecturer in Chemistry, Bar- 
nard College, 1903-04, Instructor in Chemistry, 1904-09; Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, 
1909-11, and Associate Professor, 1911-16. 

Roe, Adah Blanche, Ivreuzbergweg, 17, Gottingen, Germany. 

Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellow, 1911-12, 1913-14. A.B., Woman's College of 
Baltimore, 1909. Scholar in German, Bryn Alawr College, 1909-11; Student, Uni- 
versity of Berhn, 1911-12; Fellow in German, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-13; Student, 
University of Leipzig, 1913-14; Professor of German, Simpson College, Indianola, 
Iowa, 1914-15. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Herman Lommel. 

Sampson, Lilian Vaughan, 409 West 117th Street, New York City. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1891-92. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1891, group, Mathematics and Physics, and A.M., 1894. Student, University of 
Zurich, 1892-93; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1891-92, and 1893-99; 
Research Work in Biology, 1904-06. 

Married, 1904, Professor Thomas Hunt Morgan. One son, three daughters. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, Vassar College, Poughkeep.sie, N. Y. 

Holder of Special European Fellowship, 1909-10. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1906; A.M., 
1907, and Ph.D., 1911, subjects, EngUsh Philology, Enghsh Literature, and Latin. 
Graduate Scholar, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07, 1910-11; Assistant Principal of the 
the High School, Brook\'ille, Ind., 1907-08; FeUow in English, Bryn Mawr College, 
1908-09; Student, University of Oxford, 1909-10; Reader in EngUsh, Bryn MawT Col- 
lege, 1911-13; Instructor in English, Vassar College, 1913-16. 

Schaeffer, Helen Elizabeth, Died, 1913. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1905-06. A. B., Dickinson College, 
1903, and A.M., 1905; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1908, subjects. Physics, Pure and 
Applied Mathematics. Graduate Scholar in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1903- 
04, and Graduate Student in Physics, 1907-08, 1909-11; Fellow in Physics, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1904-05; Student, University of Gottingen, 1905-06; Demonstrator in Physics, 
Bryn Ma^T College, 1906-07; Teacher in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1907-08, 
1910-12; Reader in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, Second Semester, 1909-10, 
1911-12. 

Married, 1908, Dr. William Bashford Huff. One son, one daughter (f 1913). 



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ScHENCK, Eunice Morgan, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Holder of President's European Fellowship, 1910-11. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907. 
and Ph.D., 1913, subjects. Modern French Literature, Old French, and Spanish. Grad- 
uate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1909, Graduate Scholar, 1910-11, and Fellow in 
Romance Languages, 1912-13; Student at the Sorbonne, College de France, University 
of Grenoble, and in Madrid, 1910-12; Reader in French, Bryn Mawr College, 191.3-14, 
Associate in French, 1914-16, and Teacher of French in the Phebe Anna Thorne Model 
School, 1913-16. 

Schmidt, Gertrud Charlotte, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1904-05. B.L., University of Wisconsin 
1900; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1903; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1913, subjects, Teutonic 
Philology, German Literature and Sanskrit. Graduate Student, Radcliffe College, 1900- 
01, 1902-03; Assistant in German, Smith College, 1901-02; Graduate Student, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1903-05, 1906-09; Teacher of German in Miss Wright's School, Bryn 
Mawr, Pa., 1903-05, 1906-15; Student, University of Leipsio', 1905-06, University of 
Grenoble, Summer. 1905. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1905-06. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 

1904, group, Enghsh and Philosophy, and Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1914, subjects. 
Ethics, History of Philosophy and Psychology. Junior Fellow in Philosophy, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1904-05; Student, Universities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen, 1905-06; 
Fellow in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07; Teacher of English in the Baldwin 
School, Bryn Mawr. Pa., 1907-10, and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-08, 
1909-10; Reader in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1910-16, and in Philosophy, 1914-15. 

Shields, Emily Ledyard, 36 Bedford Terrace, Northampton, Mass. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 190.5-06. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 

1905, group, Greek and Mathematics, and A.M., 1906; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1915. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1905-06; Recording Secretary and 
Appointment Secretary, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07; Student, University of Oxford, 
and University of Berlin, 1907-08; Teacher of Greek and Mathematics in the Bryn 
Masvr School, Baltimore, Md., 1909-12, and of Mathematics in the Baldwin School, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1912-13: Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1913-15; 
Instructor in Latin, Smith College, 1915-16. 

Shipley, Katharine Morris, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1890-91. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1890, group, Latin and English. Student in Latin and English, University of Leipsic. 
1890-91; Sorbonne and College de France, 1891-92; Newnham College, University of 
Cambridge, England, May Term, 1892; Associate Principal and Supervisor of English 
in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1894-1913, and Principal, 1913-16. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, Died, 1912. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1901-02. A.B., Leland Stanford, Jr., 
University, 1899, and A.M., 1900; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1903, subjects. Mor- 
phology and Physiology. Student, Hopkins Seaside Laboratory, Pacific Grove, Cal., 
summers, 1897, 1898, and 1899; Graduate Scholar in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 
1900-01; Zoological Station, Naples, 1901-02; University of Wurzburg, 1902, 1908-09; 
Fellow in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1902-03; Research Fellow in Biology, First 
Semester, 1903-04; Reader in Experimental Morphology, 1904-05, and Associate in 
Experimental Morphology, 1905-12; Carnegie Research Assistant, 1904-06; Alice 
Freeman Palmer Research Fellow, on leave of absence, 1908-09. 

Stites, Sara Henry, Simmons College, Boston, Mass. 

Holder of the President's European Fellowship, 1900-01. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1899, group. History and Political Science, A.M., 1900, and Ph.D., 1904, subjects, 
Economics and Politics and History. Graduate Scholar in History and Political Science, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1899-1900; Student at the Sorbonne and College de France, 1900- 
01; University of Leipsic, 1901-02; Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in Political 
Science, Bryn Mawr College, 1902-04; Co-Principal of the Wilkes Barre Institute, 
Wilkes Barre, Pa., 1904-13; Instructor in Economics, Simmons College, 1913-15. 

Stoddard, Yvonne, See page IS. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1913-14. 

Swindler, Mary Hamilton, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1909-10. A.B., University of Indiana, 
1905, A.M., 1906, and Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1912, subjects, Greek, Latin and 
Archaeology. Graduate Scholar in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07, and FeUow in 
Greek, 1907-09; Student, University of Berlin, and American School of Classical Studies, 
Athens, 1909-10; Teacher of Latin in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1910- 
11; and in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, 1911-12; Acting Dean of Women, Uni- 



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versity of Indiana, Summer 1911, 1913; Reader in Latin, BrynMawr College, 1911-13; 
Demonstrator in Archseology, 1912-13; and Reader in Latin and Reader and Demon- 
strator in Classical Archseology, 1913-16; Teacher of Latin in the Phebe Anna Thorne 
Model School, 1914-16. 

Traver, Hope, . . . .■ 26 Oakland Terrace, Hartford, Conn. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1904-05. A.B., Vassar College, 
1896; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1907, subjects, EngUsh and History. Graduate 
Student, Bryn Mawr College, and Private Tutor, Whitford, Pa., 1901-02; Graduate 
Scholar, Bryn Mawr College, and Teacher of English in Miss Wright's School, Bryn 
Mawr, Pa., 1902-03; Fellow in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1903-04; Student, Univer- 
sity of Munich, 1904-05, and First Semester, 1905-06; Graduate Scholar and Fellow 
by Courtesy, Bryn Mawr College, Second Semester, 1905-06; Teacher of English in 
Huntington Hall, Los Angeles, Cal., 1906-09; Teacher of English Literature, Mills 
College, California, 1909-11, and Professor of English, 1911-16. 

Tredway, Helen, 45 Fenelon Place, Dubuque, la. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1911-12. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1911, group, Physics and Chemistry, and A.M., 1912; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 
1915. Graduate Scljolar in Chemistry, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-12; Student of Chem- 
istry, University of Gottiugen, 1912-13; Fellow in Chemistry, University of Chicago, 
1913-15. 

Wade, Clara Louise Whipple, 646 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Holder of the Bryn Mawr European Fellowship, 1904-05. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1904, group, Greek and Latin. Scholar in Latin, Bryn Mawr College, and Private 
Tutor, 1904-05; Student, University of Munich, 1905-06; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr 
College, and Private Tutor, 1906-09; Teacher of Latin and German in the Misses 
Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1907-10; Teacher of Latin and Greek in Miss Knox's 
School, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y., 1910-11, and in the Charlton School, New York City, 
1911-16. 

Warren, Winifred, 80.5 Comstock Avenue, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship, 1896-97. A.B., Boston University, 
1891, and A.M., 1894; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1898, subjects, Greek and Latin. 
Fellow in Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 1893-94, and Fellow by Courtesy in Latin, 1894- 
96; Student in Classical Philology, Universities of Munich and Berlin, 1896-97; Instructor 
in Latin, Vassar College, 1897-1902. 

Married, 1902, Mr. George Arthur Wilson. 

Weusthoff, Anna Sophie, 106 Northern Avenue, New York City. 

Holder of Special Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellowship in Teutonic Philology, 
1907-08. Holder of Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellowship in Teutonic Philology, 
1908-09. A.B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1906. Graduate Scholar in Teutonic 
Philology, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07; Student, University of Berlin, 1907-09; 
Alumnse Fellow of Goucher College and Graduate Student of Bryn Mawr College, 
1909-10: Teacher of German in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1910-14. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Joseph Albert Masher. 



Former Resident Fellows. 
Albert, Grace, The College Inn, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow in History, 1903-04. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1897, group, Greek and Latin, 
and A.M., 1903. Private Tutor, 1897-99; Teacher of Latin in the Misses Shipley's 
School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1899-1901, of History, 1905-06, and Secretary, 1901-02; 
Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-02, and 1904-08, 1915-16; Graduate 
Scholar in History and Economics and Politics, 1902-03; Student, University of London, 
engaged in research worlc in the Public Records Office, London, and in the University of 
Oxford, 1903-04; Head of Department of History in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn 
Mawr, 1906-16. 

Atkinson, Mabel, 28 Colville Square, Bayswater, London, W., England. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1902-03. A.M., Glasgow University, 1900. Holder 
of Research Studentship, London School of Economics, 1900-02; Classical Mistress, 
High School, Newcastle, England, 1903-04; Lecturer in Philosophy and Assistant to 
the Professor of Classics, Armstrong College, University of Durham, 1904-08; Member 
of the Board of Faculties, University of Durham, 1905-07; Honorary Secretary, Settle- 
ment Association, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1906-07; Lecturer in Economics, King's College, 
London, 1908-13, and Lecturer in Economics to the Woman's Educational Association, 
London, 1910-13; Member of Boards of Studies in Economics and Sociology, London 
University, 1912-14. 



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AvEN, Anna Ward, 401 East Market Street, Greenwood, Miss. 

Fellow in Latin, 1908-09. A.B., Mississippi College, 1905. Graduate Student in Greek 
and Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07, and Graduate Scholar in Latin, 1907-08. 
Instructor in Latin, Hillman College, Clinton, Miss., 1905-06; Head of Normal Depart- 
ment, Mississippi State College for Women, 1909-10. 

Married, 1910, Mr. William Madison Whitlington. Two daughters (one t 1913). 

Baker, Mabel Whitman, 3100 Newark Street, Washington, D. C. 

Fellow in Latin, 1896-97. Columbian University, 1893-95; Teacher in Norwood Institute, 
Washington, 1895-96; Teacher of Latin in the Western High School, Washington, 
1897-1903. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Alfred Hulse Brooks. One son, one daughter. 

Bancroft, Jane M.,. . 425 Cass Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Fellow in History, 1885-86. Ph.B., Syracuse University, 1877, Ph.M., 1880, and Ph.D.. 
1884. Dean of Woman's College and Professor of French Language and Literature, 
Northwestern University, 1877-85; University of Zurich, 1886-87; Sorbonne and 
College de France, 1888. 

Married, 1891, Mr. George Orville Robinson. 

Bartlett, Helen, Vei-mejo Park, Colfax Co., New Mexico. 

Fellow in English, 1893-94. Newnham College, University of Cambridge, England, 1889; 
studied in Berlin, 1882-84, and 1890. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1892, group, Enghsh 
and German, A.M., 1893, and Ph.D.. 1896, subjects, English and German. Graduate 
Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1892-93, 1894-95; Holder of the American Fellowship 
of the Association of Collegiate Alumnse, 1894-95; Instructor in German and French 
in the Portland Academy, Portland, Ore., 1896-97 ; Dean of Women, Head of the Modern 
Language Department and Assistant Professor of German in the Bradley Polytechnic 
Institute, Peoria, 111., 1897-1904, Dean of Women, Head of the Modern Language 
Department, and Professor of German, 1904-09; Student, University of Berlin, 1905; 
Travelling in Europe, 1907-10, 1913-14, and in California and New Mexico, 1910-11. 

DE Beauregard, Esther Tontant, 117 Collier Street, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1894-95. A.B., University of Toronto, 1894; Ontario 
Normal College, 1895-96; Teacher of Modern Languages, Niagara Falls Collegiate 
Institute, 1896-1900; Graduate Student in English, University of Pennsylvania, 1900- 
01; Teacher of English and French in Mrs. Chapman and Miss Jones's School, Chestnut 
Hill. Philadelphia, 1900-05. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Percy James Robinson. 

Beckwith, Minnie Ada, 30 Home Street, New London, Conn. 

Fellow in Latin, 1903-04. A.B., University of Chicago, 1902. Graduate Scholar, Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1902-03; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-08; Teacher of 
Latin and Greek in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1904-12, and Head of Latin 
Department, 1912-16. 

Benneson, Cora Agnes, 3 Phillips Place, Cambridge, Mass. 

Fellow in History, 1887-88. A.B., University of Michigan, 1878, LL.B., 1880, and A.M., 
1883. Graduate Student, Radcliffe College, 1897-1902; Attorney and Counsellor-at- 
Law, Cambridge, 1S94-1916; Special Commissioner in Massachusetts, 1895-1916; 
Member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, 1915. 

Bills, Marion Almira, 234 Cutler Street, Allegan, Mich. 

Fellow in Psychology, 1913-15. A.B., University of Michigan, 1908. Teacher in the 
Public School, Allegan, 1909-11; Graduate Scholar in Psychology, Bryn Mawr College, 
1911-13. 

Blake, Sue Avis, Merion Station, Pa. 

Fellow in Physics, 1906-07. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1898, group, Mathematics and 
Physics, and A.M., 1900. Demonstrator and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
1898-99, 1904-06, 1915-16; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, and Teacher of 
Mathematics and Science in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1899-1900; 
Assistant in Physics, Smith College, 1900-02, 1903-04; FeUow in Physics, University 
of Pennsylvania, 1907-08; Private Tutor, 1909-10; Instructor in Physics, Smith College, 
1910-15. 

Blanchard, Elizabeth Miller, Bellefonte, Pa. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1889-90. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1889, group, Greek and 
Mathematics. Teacher of Mathematics in the Bryn Mawr School. Baltimore, Md., 
1891-92; Teacher of Mathematics in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 
1895-1908, and in Miss Irwin's School, Philadelphia, 1896-1908; Graduate Student, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1902-03; Assistant Manager of the Bellefonte Basket Shop, 1908-16. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Robert Mills Beach. 



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Boring, Alice Middleton, See page 24. 

Fellow in Biology, 1906-07. 

BouRLAND, Caroline Brown, See page 24. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1898-99. 

Bowerman, Helen Cox, Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa. 

Fellow in Archeology, 1909-11. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1901; A.M., University 
of Rochester, 1903, and Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1912, subjects, Classical Archiseology 
and Latin. Teacher of English and Latin in the High School, Macedon, N. Y., 1903-05; 
Instructor in Latin, Western College for Women, Oxford, O., 1905-07; Associate Profes- 
sor of Latin, 1907-08; Graduate Scholar in Archeology, Bryn Mawr College, 1908-09; 
Fellow by Courtesy, 1911-12; University of Bonn, Summer, 1910; American School of 
Classical Studies, Rome, 1910-11; Holder of '86 Fellowship of Mt. Holyoke College, and 
Fellow by Courtesy, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-12; Instructor in Latin and Greek, Wilson 
College, 1912-16. 

Bramhall, Edith Clementine, Rockf ord College, Rockford, 111. 

Fellow in History, 1898-99. A.B., University of Indiana, 1895; A.M., University of 
Pennsylvania, 1896, and Ph.D., 1898; Teacher of History in the Manual Training 
High School, Indianapolis, Ind., 1899-1900; Instructor in History and Economics, 
Rockford College, 1900-02, and Professor, 1902-16. 

Brombacher, Caroline Garnar, 177 Woodruff Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1896-97. A.B., Barnard College, 1895. Assistant Teacher of 
Mathematics and Latin in the Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn, 1897-99, of 
Mathematics and Greek, 1899-1901, and of Greek, 1901-06; Graduate Student, Columbia 
University, 1903-04. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Sidney G. Stacey. 

Brooks, Harriet, See page 2,5. 

Fellow in Physics, 1901-02. 

Brownell, Jane Louise, Bristol, Conn. 

Fellow in Political Science, 1893-94. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1893, group, History 
and PoUtical Science, and A.M., 1894. Teacher of Mathematics in the Bryn Mawr 
School, Baltimore, Md., 1894-1902, and Associate Mistress, 1897-1902; Associate 
Principal of Miss Florence Baldwin's School, Bryn Mawr, 1902-06; Head of the Baldwin 
School, Bryn Mawr, 1906-15. 

Brusstar, Margaret Elizabeth, See page 25. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1910-11. 

Burnley, Mary Cloyd, 1029 Grove Street, Evanston, 111. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1897-98. A.B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1897, and A.M., 
1899. Assistant in Chemistry, Vassar College, 1898-1900, and Instructor in Chemistry, 
1900-1908; Research Fellow in Chemistry, Bryn Mawr College, 1908, 1908-09; Church 
Worker, 1911-13. 

Married, 1909, The Rev. James Madison Stifler. Two daughters. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, 193 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fellow in Biology, 1894-95. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1891, group, Chemistry and 
Biology, A.M., 1894, and Ph.D., 1898, subjects, Morphology and Physiology. Assistant 
in Biological Laboratory, Vassar College, 1891-93; Graduate Scholar in Biology, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1893-94, and Graduate Student in Biology, 1895-97; Teacher of 
Physiology and Zoology in the Girls' High School, Brooklyn, 1897-1916; Fellow of the 
New York Academy of Science; Chairman of the Section of Biology of the New York 
State Science Teachers' Association, 1906. 

Cady, Mary Louise, See page 25. 

Fellow in Greek, 1905-06. 

Calderhead, Iris Gallant, Marysville, Kan. 

Fellow in English, 1912-13. A.B., Kansas University, 1910. Graduate Scholar in English, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1910-11; Teacher in the High School, Dayton, Wash., 1911-12; 
Assistant Principal of the High School, Marvsville, and Teacher of English and His- 
tory, 1913-15; Teacher in the High School, Wichita, Kans., 191.5-16. 

Cam, Helen Maud, Paulers Fury Rectory, Towcester, England. 

Fellow in History, 1908-09. B.A., University of London, 1908, and M.A., 1909. Royal 
Holloway College, 1904-07. Assistant Mistress, Cheltenham Ladies' College, 1909-12; 
Assistant Lecturer in History, Royal Holloway College, 1912-16. 



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Campbell, Gertrude Hildreth, See page 18. 

Fellow in English, 1913-14. 

Chamberlain, Ethel Mary, 89 Migeon Avenue, Torrington, Conn. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1908-09. A.B., Lombard College, 1906; Ph.D., University of 
Chicago, 1911. Graduate Student, University of Chicago. 1906-08, 1910-11, and Fel- 
low in Psychology, 1909-10; Volunteer Suffrage Worker, 1915-16. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Gail Quincy Porter. One son. 

Clark, Mabel Parker, 145 West 78th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in English, 1889-§0. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1889, group, Greek and English, 
and A.M.. 1890. Reader in English, and Graduate Student, 1890-93; Graduate 
Student, Barnard College, 1893-94; Chairman of Local School Board, District 14, New 
York City, 1913-15. 

Married, 1894, Dr. John Henry Huddleston. Two daughters, one son. 

Clarke, Mary Patterson, 721 Illinois Street, Lawrence, Kans. 

Fellow in History, 1906-07. A.B., University of Kansas, 1903, and A.M., 1905. 
Graduate Student, University of Kansas, 1904-05, and Fellow in History, 1905-06; 
Principal and Teacher of History in the High School, Carterville, Mo., 1907-08; Teacher 
of History in the Higli School, Perry, Okla., 1910-12; Teacher of History in Missouri 
Christian College, Camden Point, Mo., 1915-16. 

Clough, Ida Prescott, 37 Cedar Street, SomerviUe, Mass. 

Fellow in Latin, 1900-01. A.B., Radchffe College, 1896, and A.M., 1900. Graduate 
Student. Radchffe College, 1899-1900; University of BerUn, 1901-02. 

Cole, Anna Lewis, 7135 Beyer Street, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1895-96. A.B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1892, 
and A.M., 1894. Student in Enghsh and French, .Sorbonne, 1894-95; Head Teacher 
of Modern Languages, Winthrop Normal and Industrial College, Rock Hill, S. C, 
1897-1903, 1904-05; Fellow in Romance Languages, University of Chicago, 1903-04; 
Head of French Department, Friends' Central School, Philadelphia, 1905-07; Graduate 
Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07, 1910-11, and University of Penns>lvaniii, 
1908-07; Teacher of French in Sweet Briar Institute, Sweet Briar, Va., 1907-08, and 
Head of French Department, 1908-10; Instructor in French in the Girls' High School, 
Philadelphia, 1910-15, and in the Germantown High School for Girls, 1915-16. 

Colin, Therese F., Died, 1913. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1893-94. Diplom^e et agrfigfie, CoU§ge de Neuch4tel, 
1875; A.M., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1893; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 
1897; Officier de I'lnstruction Pubhque, Paris, 1906; Museum d'Histoire Naturelle, 
Paris, 1883-85; University of the City of New York, 1887-88; Reader in Romance 
Languages, and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1894-96; Student in Romance 
Philology and Literature, Sorbonne, College de France, Ecole des Hautes Etudes, 
Ecole des Chartes, Paris, 1895; Head of French Department in Miss Florence Baldwin's 
School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1896-1904; Associate Professor of French, Wellesley College, 
1904-06, Professor-Elect, 1906-07, and Professor of French Language and Literature, 
1907-13, and Head of the Department of French, 1905-13; Professor of French 
Language and Literature, University Extension Department of Harvard University, 
1910-11. 

Married, , Mr. Alfred Colin ( t )• 

Cooper, Elva, 4521 Nineteenth Avenue, S. E., Seattle, Wash. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1907-08. A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1904, and A.M., 1906. 
Student in Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, 1905-06, Graduate Scholar in 
Mathematics, and Teacher of Mathematics, 1906-07; Instructor in Mathematics, Uni- 
versity of Washington, 1908-10, and University of Colorado, 1910-13. 

Married, 1913, Professor Carl Edward Magnusson. 

Coulter, Cornelia Catlin, See page 26. 

Fellow in Latin, 1909-10; Fellow in Greek, 1910-11. 

Crawford, Thyra, 2213 Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in German, 1911-12. A.B., Goucher College, 1903; A.M., University of Minne^ 
sota, 1910. Graduate Student, University of Minnesota, 1908-10; Teacher m the High 
School, Ada, ISIinn.. 1903-04; Principal of the High School, Excelsior, Minn.. 1904-11; 
Instructor in German. William Penn High School for Girls, Philadelphia. 1912-16. 

CuMMiNGS, Louise D., 256 Main Street, East, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in Mathematics. 1898-99. A.B., University of Toronto. 1S95, and A.M.. 1902; 
Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1914, subjects. Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Phy- 



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sics. Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, 1896-97; Examiner in IMathematics, Univer- 
sity of Toronto, 1897; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1897-98; Fellow by 
Courtesy in Mathematics, Br\-n Mawr College, 1900; Instructor in Mathematics, St. 
Margaret's College, Toronto, Ont., 1901-02; Graduate Scholar, Br^-n Mawr College, First 
Semester, 190.5-06; Instructor in Mathematics, Vassar College, 1902-15 and Assistant 
Professor, 1915-16. 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, .3911 Poplar Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Greek, 1912-14. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1911, and A.M., 1912. Graduate 
Scholar in Greek, Brj-n Zvlawr College, 1911-12; Private Tutor, 1914-16. j 

DA\as, Sarah White, ■ Lapeer, Mich. 

Fellow in Historv, 1910-11. A.B., Mt. Holvoke College, 1909, and A.M., 1910. Graduate 
Student, Mt. Holyoke College, 1909-10; 5lary E. WooUey Fellow of Mt. Holvoke College 
and Student, University of Oxford, 1911-12; Teacher of Historj', Virginia College, 
Roanoke, Va., 1913-14; Instructor in History, Margaret Morrison Carnegie School, 
Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1914-16. 

Daw, Elizabeth Beatrice, See page 20. 

Fellow in English, 1914-15. 

Denis, Willey, 

Laboratory of Biological Chemistry, Harvard Medical School, 
Boston, Mass. 

FeOow in Chemistry, 1902-03. A.B., Tulane University, 1899, and A.M., 1902; Ph.D., 
University of Chicago, 1907. Graduate Student, BrsTi Mawr College, 1899-1901; 
Tulane University, 1901-02, 1903-04, University of Chicago, 1905-07; Assistant 
Chemist, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Foods, 1907-09; Research 
Assistant, Harvard Medical School, 1910-13; Chemist, Massachusetts General Hos- 
pital, Boston, 1913-16. 

Dover, Mary \'iolette, 

194 Hunter Street East, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1905-06. A.B.. McGUl University, 1898, and M.Sc, 1900; Ph.D., 
University of Breslau. 1908. Instructor in Chemistry, Mt. Holyoke College, 1909-14; 
Student, University of Chicago, Summer, 1914; Instructor in Chemistrj', University of 
Missouri, 1915-16. 

Downey, Katherine Melaina, ^Tieaton, Minn. 

Fellow in Physics, 1913-14. A.B., University of Minnesota, 1910, and A.M., 1913. 
Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Luverne, Minn., 1910-12; Instructor 
in Physics, Mt. Holyoke CoUege, 1914-16. 

DrcKETT, Eleanor Shipley,. . .Bank House, Frome, Somerset, England. 

Fellow in Latin, 1912-13. B.A., University of London, 1902, and M.A., 1904. Girton 
College, University of Cambridge, England, 190S-11; Classical Tripos, Part I, 1911. 
Classical Mistress in the High School, Sutton, Surrey, 1905-07; British Graduate 
Scholar, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-12, and Special British Graduate Scholar, 1913-14; 
Instructor in Latin in the Western College for Women, Oxford, O., 1914-16. 

Dudley, Louise, 579 La we Street, Appleton, Wis. 

Fellow in English, 1906-07. A.B., Georgetown College, 1905; Ph.D., Brj-n Mawr College, 
1910, subjects, English Philology, English Literature, and English History. Gradu- 
ate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1905-06. and Graduate Scholar, 1910. Teacher of 
Alathematics and Latin in Kemper HaU, Kenosha, Wis., 1907-08; Research Student, 
BibliothSque Nationale, Paris, 190S-09, and Student, Oxford Universitj-, First Semester, 
1909-10; Instructor in Enghsh Literature, Mt. Holyoke College, 1910-11; Head of the 
English Department, Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., 1913, 1913-14;' Professor of 
English Literature, Lawrence College, Appleton, Wis., 1914-16. 

Eddingfield, June Christina, See page 26. 

Fellow in German. 1913-14. 

Eddy, Helen May, Marengo, la. 

Fellow in Latin, 1904-05. .^.B.. University of Iowa, 1900, and A.M., 1903. Fellow in 
Latin, University of Iowa, 1901-04. Teacher of Latin in the High School, Fairfield, la., 
1905-06, and of Latin and Greek in the Winona Park School for Women. Winona Lake, 
Ind., 1906-08; Teacher of Latin and German in the State Normal School, MaJ'^•ille, 
N. 15., 1908-13; Student, National German American Academy, Milwaukee, Wis., 
1914-15; Head of Department of Foreign Languages, Idaho Technical Institute, Poca- 
teUo, Idaho, 1915-16. 



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Edmand, Marietta Josephine, E. 1846 Ninth Avenue, Spokane, Wash. 

Fellow in Latin, 1897-98. A.B., Central University of Iowa, 1887, and A.M., 1890; 
A.B. and A.M., University of Chicago, 1897. Assistant in Academic Department, 
Iowa Wesleyan University, 1887-90, and Principal of Academic Department, 1890-93; 
Professor of Latin, Iowa Wesleyan University, 1893-95; Graduate Student in Greek 
and Latin, University of Chicago, 1895-97; Professor of Latin and Greek, Milwaukee- 
Downer College, Milwaukee, Wis., 1898-99, and Professor of Latin, 1899-1903; American 
School of Classical Studies, Rome, 1901-02. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Frederic Perry Noble. One daughter. 

Edwards, Katharine May, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 

Fellow in Greek, 1888-89. A.B., Cornell University, 1888, and Ph.D., 1895. Instructor 
in Greek, Wellesley College, 1889-93; Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1893-94; 
Associate JNIember of American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1913-14; Associate 
Professor of Greek, Wellesley College, 1894-1901; Associate Professor of Greek and Com- 
parative Philology, 1901-15, and Professor, 1915-16. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, See page 26. 

Fellow in Economics and History, 1904-05. 

EvERS, Helen Margaret, 12510 Mayfield Road, Cleveland, 0. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1903-05. A.B., Washington University, 1899; A.M., 
University of Missouri, 1902; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1905, subjects, French and 
Spanish. Graduate Student, University of Missouri, 1901-02, and Fellow in Romance 
Languages, 1902-03; Fellow in Romance Languages, Bryn Mawr College, 1903-05; 
Teacher of French in the Gleim School, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1906-07; Acting Instructor in 
Romance Languages, University of Missouri, 1905-06, and Instructor, 1907-09; 
Instructor in the International Institute for Girls, Madrid, Spain, 1909-10; Instructor 
in Romance Languages, College for Women of Western Reserve University, 1910-13; 
Teacher of French in Mary Institute, St. Louis, Mo., 1913-14. 

Fahnestock, Edith, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1897-98. L.B., Western Reserve University, 1894; Ph.D., 
Bryn Mawr College. 1908, subjects, French Literature, Old French Philology and Spanish. 
University of Zurich and Sorbonne, 1894-96; Mistress of Modern Languages, Mississippi 
Industrial Institute and College, Columbus, Miss., 1898-1901, 1902-05; Graduate 
Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in Romance Languages, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-02, 
and Graduate Scholar, 1906-07; Instructor in Romance Languages, Mt. Holyoke College, 
1907-08, and Vassar College, 1908-15; Assistant Professor and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Italian and Spanish, Vassar College, 191,5-16. 

Fairbanks, Charlotte, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1896-97. A.B., Smith College, 1894; Ph.D., Yale University. 
1896; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1902. Instructor in Chemistry, 
Wellesley College, 1897-99; Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1899-1902; 
Instructor in Chemistry and Materia Medica, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 
1906-08; Physician, 1905-16. 

Fairclough, Elizabeth Mary, Died, 1912. 

FeUow in Greek, 1893-94. A.B., McGill University, 1893. Private Tutor, 1898-1900. 

Farnham, Lois Anna, 22 Old Lancaster Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1901-02. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1900, group. 
History and Political Science, and A.M., 1901. Graduate Scholar in History, Pohtical 
Science, and Law, Bryn Mawr College, 1900-01, and Graduate Student, 1913-14. 

Married, 1903, Professor David Wilbur Horn. Three daughters. 

Fogg, Emily, "Longlands," Holicong, Pa. 

Fellow in History, 1897-98. Wellesley College, 1889-91; A.B., University of Chicago. 
1897. Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in History, 1898-99; Fellow in 
Sociology, University of Pennsylvania, 1899-1900; Student, University of Pennsylvania, 
and Teacher of Economic Geography in Mrs. Head's School, Germantown, Philadelphia, 
and of History in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1900-01. 

Married, 1900, Professor Edward Sherwood Mead. One son, four daughters (one t 1907). 

Foster, Elizabeth Andros, Glendale Road, Sharon, Mass. 

Fellow in Latin, 1910-11. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1908, group, Latin and Italian and 
Spanish, and A.M., 1909. Graduate Scholar in Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 1908-09, 
and Reader in Latin and Graduate Student, 1909-10; Student, Sorbonne and College de 
France, 1913-14; Assistant in French and Instructor in Spanish, Wells College, 1911-lo; 
Fellow in French, Smith College, 1915-16. 



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Foster, Frances Allen, See page 26. 

Fellow in English, 1911-12. 

Fowler, Eugenia, Upper Lehigh, Pa. 

Fellow in Physics, 1902^3. A.B., Bryn Mawr College. 1901, and A.M., 1902. MistresB 
of Llanberis, and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1901-02; Secretary and 
Manager of Athletics, St. Timothy's School, Catonsville, Md., 1903-07; Manager 
of Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr College, 1908-09. 

Married, 1909, Mr. M. K. Neale. One son (t 1912). 

France, Wilmer Cave, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow in Greek, 1892-93. Girton College, University of Cambridge, England, 1888-92, 
Classical Tripos, 1892; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1895; Fellow in Latin, University 
of Chicago, 1893-94, and Fellow in Greek, 1894-95; Reader in Greek and Latin, Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1895-96; Reader in Classical Literature, Bryn Mawr College, 1897- 
99; Associate in Classical Literature, 1899-1901, Associate in Greek, 1901-03, 
1905-06, Lecturer in Greek Literature, 1906-07, and Associate Professor of Greek, 
1907-16. 

Married, 1906, Mr. J. Edmund Wright (t 1910). 

Franklin, Marjorie Lorne, 404 West 116th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in Economics, 1914-15. A.B., Barnard College, 1913. Graduate Scholar in Eco- 
nomics, Bryn Mawr College, 1913-14; University Scholar, Columbia University, 1915-16. 

Franklin, Susan Braley, 33 Central Park West, New York City. 

Fellow in Greek, 1889-90. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1889, group, Greek and Latin, 
and Ph.D., 1895, subjects, Greek, Latin, and Sanskrit. Fellow by Courtesy in Greek, 
1890-93; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1890-93, and second semester, 
1902-03; Holder of the American Fellowship of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 
1892-93; Instructor in Latin, Vassar College, 1893-97; American School of Classical 
Studies, Atnens, and University of Berlin, 1898-99; Teacher of Greek and Latin in Miss 
Florence Baldwin's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1897-98, and 1899-1904; Head of the 
Classical Department. Ethical Culture School, New York City, 1904-11, 1912-16. 

Frehafer, Mabel Katherine, 219 Lathrop Street, Madison, Wis. 

Fellow in Physics, 1909-10. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1908; A.M., University of Wis- 
consin, 1909. Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, 1908-09; Demonstrator in 
Physics and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1910-14; Assistant in Physics and 
Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, 1914-16. 

Gage, Kitty Augusta, New Paltz, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1885-86. A.B., Boston University, 1878; A.M., Cornell University, 
1885. Teacher of Latin and French in the State Normal School, New Paltz, 1893-1913; 
Professor Emeritus, 1913. 

Gates, Fanny Cook, 1328 East 53rd Street, Chicago, 111. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1896-97. B.S., Northwestern University, 1894, and M.S., 1895; 
Ph.D.. University of Pennsylvania, 1909. Fellow in Mathematics, Northwestern 
University, 1894-95; Graduate Scholar in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1895-96; 
Holder of European Fellowship of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, and Student 
in Mathematics and Physics, University of Gottingen, 1897-98; Graduate Student, 
University of Chicago, Summer Term, 1899; Instructor in Physics, Woman's College 
of Baltimore, 1898-1901, Associate Professor of Physics, 1901-06, and Professor of 
Physics, 1906-11; Research Student, McGill University, 1902-03; Research Student, 
Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, England, April to August, 1905 and 1906; Research 
Worker, School of Education, University of Chicago, 1911-13. 

Gentry, Ruth, Stilesville, Ind. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1890-91, 1892-93. Ph.B., University of Michigan, 1890; Ph.D., 
Bryn Mawr College, 1896, subjects. Mathematics and Physics. Fellow by Courtesy in 
Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1893-94; Holder of the European Fellowship of the 
Association of Collegiate Alumnae, and Student in Mathematics, University of Berlin, 
1891-92; Student at the Sorbonne, 1892-93; Instructor in Mathematics, Vassar College, 
1894-1900, and Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1900-02; Associate Principal of 
Private School, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Head of Department of Mathematics, 1902-05; 
Volunteer nurse (unpaid), 1910-11; Travelling, 1912-14. 

Gibbons, Vernette Lois, See pagfi 26. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1911-12. 



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GiLROY, Helen Turnbull, 2314 Green Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Physics, 1911-12. A.B., Bryn Mawr College. 1909, group. Mathematics and 
Physics, and A.M., 1912. Graduate Student and Student As,sistant in the Physical 
Laboratory, Bryn Mawr College. 1910-11; Instructor in Physics, Mt. Holyoke College, 
1912-14; Demonstrator in Physics and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-15; 
Graduate Student in Physics, University of Chicago, 1915-16. 

Goodman, Byne Frances, 1918 Hill Avenue, Champaign, 111. 

Fellow in Economics, 1913-14. A.B., University of Illinois, 1912, and A.M., 1913. 

Goodrich, Grace Gertrude, Ripon, Wis. 

Fellow in Latin, 1911-12. A.B., RipOn College, 1906, and A.M., 1907; A.M., University 
of Wisconsin, 1911, and Ph.D., 1913. Student, American School of Classical Studies 
in Rome, 1909-10; University of Wisconsin, 1910-11; Assistant in Latin, University 
of Wisconsin, 1912-13; Instructor in Latin and Greek. Ripon College, 1913-16. 

Gordon, Wilhelmina, 

Principal's House, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in Latin, 1906-07. M.A., Queen's University, 1905. Graduate Scholar in English, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1905-06; Somerville College, Oxford, England, 1908-09; Oxford 
Final Honour School in English, 1909. Tutor in English, Queen's University, 1909-10, 
Fellow and Reader in English, 1910-12, and Instructor in English, 1912-16. 

Graham, Ellen Maud, 131 Scott Street, Quebec, Canada. 

Fellow in History, 1896-97. A.B., University of Toronto, 1896. Canadian Government 
Teacher in South Africa, 1902-04; Teacher of Modern Languages, Harriston, Ont., 
1905-06; Principal of the Girls' High School, Quebec, P. Q., 1906-09. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Frederick Gourlay Millar. 

Graham, Minnie Almira, 34 Park Place, Lockport, N. Y. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1906-07, 1910-11. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1900; A.M., 
University of Michigan, 1906; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1912, subjects. Physical 
Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physics. Teacher of Mathematics and Science 
in the High School, Hancock, N, Y.. 1900-01; and Instructor in Chemistry, Mount 
Holyoke College, 1902-05; Student in Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
First Semester, and Teacher of Science in the High School. Braintree, Mass., 1901-02; 
Graduate Student, University of Michigan, and Holder of the '86 Fellowship of Mount 
Holvoke College, 1905-06; Professor of Chemistry, Lake Erie College, 1907-10; 1912- 
13. and on leave of absence. 1910-12; Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy. Bryn 
Mawr CoUege, 1911-12; Acting Professor of Chemistry, Wells College, 1913-15; In- 
structor in Chemistry, Wellesley CoUege, 1915-16. 

Grant, Mary Amelia, 1420 Polk Street, Topeka, Kans. 

Fellow in Latin, 1914-15. A.B., University of Kansas, 1913, and A.M.. 1914. Teaching 
Fellow, University of Kansas, 191.3-14; Instructor in Greek and Latin, Western College 
for Women, Oxford, O., 1915-16, Semester II. 

Griffin, Hatiie Josephine, Marshfield, Ore. 

Fellow in Latin, 1899-1900. A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1898, and A.M., 1902. 
Alumni Fellow in Latin, University of Wisconsin, 1898-99; Fellow in Latin, University- 
of Wisconsin, 1901-02; Assistant in the High School, Crystal Falls, Michigan, 1902-03; 
Professor of Ancient and Modern Languages, Nebraska Central College, 1903-07; 
Principal of the High School, North Bend, Ore., 1907-09; Teacher of Latm and German 
in the Kinney High School, North Bend, 1909-13; Government Clerk, Post Office, Marsh- 
field, 1914-16. 

Gwinn, Mary, 33 Mount Vernon Place East, Baltimore, Md. 

FeUow in EngUsh, 1885-87. University of Leipsic, 1879-82; University of Zurich, 1882; 
Sorbonne and College de France, 1883. Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1888. Graduate 
Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1887-88, and Associate in English, 1888-93; Associate 
Professor of English, Bryn Mawr College, 1893-97, and Professor of English, 1897-1904. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Alfred Hodder (f 1907). 

Hahn, Dorothy Anna, Box 344, South Hadley, Mass. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1907-08. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1899, group. Chemistry and 
Biology. Professor of Chemistry and Biology, Pennsylvania College for Women, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1899-1906; Professor of Biology, Kindergarten College, Pittsburgh, 
1904-06; Student, University of Leipsic, 1906-07; Instructor in Chemistry, Mount 
Holyoke CoUege, 1908-14, and Associate Professor, 1914-16; on leave of absence. 
Graduate Student in Chemistry, Yale University, and Holder of Currier Fellowship, 
Yale University, and of the Anna C. Brackett FeUowship of the A. C. A., 1915-16. 



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Haines, Jane Bowne, Cheltenham, Pa. 

Fellow in History, 1892-93. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1891, group. History and Political 
Science, and A.:\I., 1892. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1891-92, 1893-94, 
and Associate Librarian, 189-5-98; Student, Xew York State Library School, Albany, 
N. Y., 1898-99; Assistant in the Cataloguing Division, Library of Congress, Washington, 
D. C, 1900-03; Private Indexer and Bibliographer, 1903-16. 

HAinLTON, Edith, See page 27. 

Fellow in Latin, 1894-95. 

Hanington, Florence, Prospect Road, Rockcliffe, Ottawa, Canada. 

FeUow in Mathematics, 1905-06. A.B., Trinity University, 1904. Graduate Scholar 
in Mathematics, Bryn Alawr College, 1904-05; Secretary of Bryn Mawr College, 
1906-07. 

jMarried, 1907, Mr. Charles Reginald Carter. One daughter. 

Hanna, Mary Alice, See page 21. 

Fellow in History, 1912-13. 

Hardcastlb, Frances, 3 Osborne Terrace, Newcastle on Tyne, England. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1894-95. M.A., Trinity College, Dublin, 1907. Girton College, 
University of Cambridge, England, 1888-92; Mathematical Tripos, Part I, 1891; Part 
II, 1892. Graduate Student in Mathematics, Bryn IMawr College, 1892-93; Honorarj' 
Fellow in Mathematics, Universitj' of Chicago, 1893-94; Graduate Student in Mathe- 
matics, Girton College, 1895-96; Pfeiffer Student of Girton College, 1902-03; Hon. 
Secretary, National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, London, 1906-09. 

Hardenbrook, Mildred, See page 21. 

Fellow in Greek, 1914-15. 

Harmon, Esther, See page 27. 

FeUow in German, 1908-09. 

Harper, Carrie Anna, Sunderland, Mass. 

Fellow in English. 1898-99. A.B., Radcliffe College, 1896, and A.M., 1898; Ph.D., Bryn 
Mawr College, 1910, subjects, English Language, English Literature and Spanish. 
Graduate Scholar in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1896-97; Graduate Student in Eng- 
lish, Radcliffe College, 1897-98, 1906-07; Teacher of English in the Gilman School, 
Cambridge, Mass., 1899-1907; Instructor in English Literature, Mt. Holyoke CoUege, 
1907-11, and Associate Professor. 1911-16. 

Harris, Elizabeth, Clayton, Mo. 

Fellow in Greek, 1890-91. A.B., Brj'n Mawr College, 1890, group, Greek and Latin, and 
A.M., 1891. Teacher of Greek and Latin in the Collegiate Grammar School, New York 
City, 1891-92; Teacher of Greek and Latin in Miss Florence Baldwin's School, Bryn 
Mawr, Pa., 1892-96. 

Married, 1896, Professor Edicard Harrison, Keiser. Five sons, one daughter. 

Harrison, Elizabeth, 

Mickleton, Queen's Drive, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, England. 

Fellow in Greek, 1906-07. Liverpool Universitv College, 1897-98; Newnham College, 
University of Cambridge, England, 1898-1902; Classical Tripos, Part I, 1901; Part II, 
1902; Classical Mistress, Roedean School, Brighton, England, 1902-06; Temporary 
Assistant Lecturer in Latin, University of Liverpool, and Private Tutor, 1908-11. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Percy Fallowfield Kipling. One son. 

Harrison, Jane Annetta, See page 21. 

Fellow in German. 1909-10. 

Harrison, Julia Peachy, 1214 Floyd Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

FeUow in Chemi.stry, 191.3-14. A.B., Richmond College, 1906, and A.M., 1908, B.S., 1909; 
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1909-12; Teacher in the High School, Richmond, 1907-08; Carnegie Research Assistant, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1912-13; Reader and Demonstrator in Chemistry, Brj'n Mawr 
College. 1914-15; Head of Department of Chemistry, Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, 
Va., 1915-16. 

Haseman, Mary Gertrude, Linton, Ind. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1913-15. A.B., University of Indiana, 1910. Professor of Mathe- 
matics in Vincennes University, 1910-11; Graduate Scholar in Mathematics, Brj'n Mawr 
College, 1911-12, and Graduate Student, 1913-14; Graduate Student in Mathematics, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1915-16. 



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Hatch, Laura, 1210 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Fellow in Geology, 1912-13. A.B.. Vassar College, 1906; M.S., University of Chicago, 
1911. Teacher in the University School for Girls, Chicago, 1906-07; in the High 
School, Aurora, 111., 1907-10; Assistant in the Laboratory, University of Chicago, 
1910-11; Instructor in Geology, Wellesley College, 1911-12; Fellow in Geology, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1913-14; Assistant in the Geological Department, Barnard College 
and Graduate Student in Geology, Columbia University, 1914-15; Lecturer in Geology, 
Barnard CoUege, and Instructor in Geography, Extension Teaching, Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1915-16. 

Hazen, Annah Putnam, 68 Washington Square, New York City. 

Fellow in Biology, 1898-99. L.B., Smith College, 1895; S.M., Dartmouth College, 1897, 
Graduate Student in Biology, Dartmouth College, 1895-96; Graduate Scholar in Biology, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1897-98; Teacher of Biology in the State Normal School, Plymouth, 
N. H., 1899-1900; Assistant in Zoology, Smith College, 1900-03; Teacher of Biology 
in the Wadleigh High School, New York City, 1903-09; First Assistant in Biology in 
the Eastern District High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1909-16. 

Hazlewood, Charlotte Williams, 161 Allen Avenue, Lynn, Mass. 

Fellow in Greek, 1898-99. A.B., Wellesley College, 1891. Teacher of Greek and Latin 
in the Classical High School, Lynn, 1891-96; Graduate Student, Yale University, 
1896-97, and Graduate Scholar, 1897-98; Substitute Head of Greek and Latin Depart- 
ment, Pennsylvania College for Women, Pittsburgh, Pa., Second Semester 1910; Literary 
and Artistic Work, Book Designing, 1910-12. 

Henry, Margaret Edith, 1108 East 62nd Street, Chicago, HI. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1900-01. A.B., University of Nebraska, 1898, and A.M., 1900; 
A.M., Radcliffe College, 1902; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1906. Graduate Scholar 
in Philosophy, University of Nebraska, 1898-99, and Fellow, 1899-1900; Graduate 
Student, Radcliffe College, 1901-02; Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1904-06. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Alvin Saunders Johnson. 

Hicks, Amy Maud, 33 Downside Crescent, Hampstead, London, England. 

Fellow in Greek, 1904-05. A.B., University of London, 1900, and A.M., 1901. Student, 
Girton College, University of Cambridge, England, 1895-99, Classical Tripos, Part I, 

1898, Part II, 1899; Student, University College, London, 1900-02; Teacher of Classics 
in St. Mary's College, Paddington, London, 1906-09. 

HiGHET, Mary Elizabeth, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in German and Teutonic Philology, 1896-97. A.B., Victoria University, 1891, 
and A.M., 1892; Ph.M., Cornell University, 1894, and Ph.D., 1895. Teacher of INIodern 
Languages, Bowmanville High School, 1892-93; Professor of Modern Languages and 
History, State Normal School, New Paltz, N. Y., 1897-1900; University of Berhn, 
1901-02; Professor of German, Elmira College, 1902-16. 

HiLL, Sarah D., Irvington, Ind. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1904-05. A.B, Earlham College, 1901. Graduate Scholar, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1903-04; Assistant in German and French, Earlham College, 
1905-08. 

Married, 1908, Professor Milton D. Baumgarlner. One son, one daughter. 

Hooper, Edith Sophia, . . Heathersby, Chislehurst Road, Kent, England. 

Fellow in English, 1900-01. M.A., University of Edinburgh, 1900, Honours in Philosophy, 

1899, in EngUsh, 1900. 

Hopkins, Mary Delia, Chnton, N. Y. 

Fellow in English, 1896-97. A.B., Bryn Mawr CoUege, group, English and German, 
and A.M., 1896. Reader in English, and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
1897-98, and Reader in EngUsh, 1899-1901; Teacher of Latin and EngUsh in the 
Granger Place School, Canandaigua, N. Y., 1902-04; Teacher of English in the BalUol 
School, Utica, N. Y., 1901-02, and of EngUsh, German, and Latin, 1905-08; Teacher of 
English and Latin in Miss Davidge's School, New York City, and Private Tutor, 
1904-05; Teacher of Latin, German, and English in the Veltin School, New York 
City, 1908-13, and Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1908-12; Volunteer Suffrage 
Worker, 1915-16. 

HoRTON, Goldie Printis, Quanah, Tex. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1912-13. A.B., University of Texas, 1908; A.M., Smith CoUege, 
1910. Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Grandview, Texas, 190S-09; Fellow 
in Mathematics, Smith College, 1909-10; Head of Department of Mathematics in the 
High School, Amarillo, Tex., 1910-12; Graduate Student and Tutor in Mathematics, 
University of Texas, 1913-16. 



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Howell, Janet Tucker, 232 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Helen Schaeffer Huff Research Fellow in Physics, 1913-14. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
1910: A.M., Johns Hopkins University, 1912 and Ph.D., 1913. Graduate Student in 
Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1910-13; Lecturer in Physics, Bryn Mawr College, 
1914-1.5; Holder of Sarah Berliner Research Fellowship for Women and Worker in Mt. 
Wilson Solar Observatory, Pasadena, 1915-16. 

Howell, Jean Kiek, 123 West 7th Street, Plainfield, N. J. 

Fellow in Biology, 1891-92. Ph.B., Cornell University, 1888, and S.M., 1890. Assistant 
in Botany, Barnard CoUege, 1892-96; Teacher of Science in the Phillips High School, 
Watertown, Mass., 1898-99; Teacher of Science in Miss Ingol's School, Cambridge, 
Mass., 1899-1905, and in the Plainfield Seminary, Plainfield, 1905-16. 

Hubbard, Alice Philena Felicia, See page 21. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1914-15. 

Hughes, Winona Alice, Holden Hall, University of Wooster, Wooster, O. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1900-01. Ph.B., University of Wooster, 1891. Graduate Student, 
Cornell University, Summer School, 1894; Harvard University, Summer School, 1895; 
University of Chicago, 1897-99; Teacher of Science in the Public Schools, Marion, O., 
1892-97, and in the High School, Mansfield, O., 1899-1900; Teacher of Science in the 
High School, Ottumwa, la., 1901-02; Teaclier of Chemistry and Zoology in the High 
School, Mansfield, la., 1902-06; Instructor in Chemistry, Mt. Holyoke College, 1906-11; 
Field Secretary, College of Wooster, 1911-12, and Dean of Women and Instructor in the 
History of Art, 1912-15. 

Hutchinson, Anabelle Roxburgh, 

Brooliside, Catterick, Yorkshire, England. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1899-1900. Newnham College, University of Cambridge, 
England, 1895-99; Mediaeval and Modern Languages Tripos, 1898; Sorbonne, 1900-01; 
Assistant Librarian, University Library, Cambridge, 1902-05; Assistant Lecturer in 
Freticli, Newnham College, 1904-06; Examiner in French and Itahan, Joint Board 
Matriculation, 1909-12: Examiner in Spanish. Cambridge Local Examinations and 
Schools for the same Board, 1912-15; French Lecturer,- Homerton Training College, 
1913-16. 

Hyde, Ida H., Lawrence, Kan. 

Fellow in Biology, 1892-93. S.B., Cornell University, 1891; Ph.D., University of 
Heidelberg, 1896. Student Assistant in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1891-92; Holder 
of the European Fellowship of the Association of Collegiate Alumnse, and Student in 
Biology, University of Strassburg, 189.3-94; Holder of the Phebe Hunt Fellowship of the 
Association of Collegiate Alumnte, and Student in Biology, University of Heidelberg, 
1894-96; Teacherof Science in Miss Ingol's School, Cambridge, Mass., 1898-99; Professor 
of Physiology, and Head of Department of Physiology, University of Kansas, 1899-1916. 

Hyde, Winifred Florence, 1039 C Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1902-04. .\.B., University of Nebraska, 1900, and Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Jena, 1911. Scholar in Philosophy, University of Nebraska, 1900-01; Uni- 
versity of Denver, Summer of 1901; Teacher in the High School, Lincoln, Neb., 1901- 
02; Scholar in Philosophy, Cornell University, 1904-05; Holder of the Europe.an Fellow- 
ship of the Boston Woman's Educational Association and Student at the University of 
Jena, 1905-11; Instructor in Philosophy, University of Nebraska, 1911-12, Adjunct 
Professor, 1912-13, and Assistant Professor, 1913-15. 

Isham, Mary Keyt, 149 West 79th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1899-1900. A.B.. Wellesley College, 1894; A.M., University of 
Cincinnati, 1898; M.D., Laura Memorial Medical College, 1903. Graduate Student in 
Philosophy and Psychology, University of Cincinnati, 1897-98; Graduate Student in 
Philosophy and Psychology, University of Chicago, 1898-99; Lecturer on Psychology 
and Student, Laura Memorial Medical College, Cincinnati, 1900-03; Interne and House 
Physician at the Presbyterian Hospital, Cincinnati, 1903-04; Secretary, Academy of 
Medicine of Cincinnati, 1907-08; Assistant Physician, Columbus State Hospital, Co- 
lumbus, O., 1908-15; Physician, 1904-16. 

Jarvis, May Mason, Newell Place, Avenue A, San Antonio, Tex. 

Fellow in Biology, 1909-10. A.B., University of Texas, 1906, and A.M., 1908. Tutor 

in Zoology, University of Texas, 1907-09, 1910-11. 
Married, 1911, Mr. George S. Newell. One daughter, one son. 

Jones, Laura Lucinda, Box 353, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in English, 1894-95. A.B., University of Toronto, 1891. Teacher of Modern 
Languages in the Collegiate Institute, Kingston, Ont., 1895-97; Teacher of English, 
and Student in German in the Hohere Tochterschule Tegeler, Eberswalde, Berlin, 
1897-98; Teacher of English, French, and German in the Collegiate Institute. Cobourg, 
1898-1915; Member of the Board of the Public Library, Cobourg, 1904-15. 



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Kellogg, Angie Lillian, Watertown N. Y. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1911-13. A.B., Vassar College, 1903, and A.M., 1904. Teacher 
in the High School, Schenectady, N. Y., 1904-10, and in the High School, Hasbrouck 
Heights, N. J., March to June, 1911; Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in 
Philosophy, 1913-14. 

Keys, Florence V., 87 Avenue Road, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Greek, 1891-92; Fellow in English, 1892-93. A.B., University of Toronto, 
1891. Examiner in English, University of Toronto, 1894-95; Reader in English, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1893-97, and Graduate Student in English, 1895-96; University 
of Oxford, England, 1897-98; University of Berhn, 1898-99; Reader in English, College 
Entrance Examination Board, 1900-02; Student, University of Munich, 1904-05; 
Instructor in English, Vassar College, 1899-1904, and Associate Professor of English, 
1904-14. 

King, Georgiana Goddard, Garrett Hill P. O., Rosemont, Pa. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1896-97; Fellow in English, 1897-98. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 
and George W. Childs Prize Essayist, 1896, group, Political Science and Philosophy, 
and A.M., 1897. Student at the College de Trance, First Semester, 1898-99; Teacher 
of English, Philosophy, and Histor.y of Art in the Misses Graham's School, New York 
City, 1899-1906; Reader in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-11; Lecturer in the 
History of Art and Comparative Literature, 1911-14; Lecturer in the History of Art, 
1914-15, and Associate Professor, 1915-16. 

King, Helen Dean, 17 Elliott Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow in Biology, 1897-98. A.B., Vassar College, 1892; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 
1901, subjects. Morphology, Palaeontology, and Physiology. Graduate Student in 
Biology, Vassar College, and Assistant in the Biological Laboratory, 1894-95; Graduate 
Scholar in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1895-96, and Graduate Student in Biology, 
1896-97 and 1901-06, and Fellow by Courtesy in Biology, 1898-1901; Teacher of 
Science in Miss Florence Baldwin's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1899-1907; University 
Fellow for Research in Zoology, University of Pennsylvania, 1906-08; Investigator, 
Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia, 1908-09,' Assistant in Anatomy, 
1909-10, Associate in Anatomy, 1910-13, and Assistant Professor of Embryology, 
1913-16. 

King, Helen Maxwell, See page 27. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1909-10. 

King, Lida Shaw, Gushing Street, Providence, R. I. 

Fellow in Greek, 1899-1900. A.B., Vassar College, 1890; A.M., Brown University, 1S94; 
D.Lit., Mt. Holyoke College, 1912; LL.D.. Western Reserve University, 1913. Fellow 
in Greek, Vassar College, 1894-95; Instructor in Greek and Latin, Vassar College, 1895- 
97; Graduate Student in Greek and Greek History, Harvard University, 1897-98; 
Instructor in Latin, Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, New York City, 1898-99; 
Student, American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1899-1901; Holder of the Agnes 
Hoppin Memorial Fellowship, 1900-01; Director of Classical Department, Packer Col- 
legiate Institute, 1901-02; Doan of the Women's College, and Assistant Professor of 
Classical Philology in Brown Univerfsity, 1905-09; Dean of the Women's College and 
Professor of Classical Literature and Archaeology, 1910-16. 

King, Marie Seward, 920 High Street, Grinnell, la. 

Fellow in German, 1910-11. A.B., Olivet College, 1907, and A.M., 1908. Professor of 
German and French, Des Moines College, 1908-09; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1909-10, and Substitute Reader in French, March to June, 1910; Instructor 
in French, Grinnell College, 1911-12, and in German, 1912-15. 

Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, See page 28. 

Fellow in Physics, 1897-98. 

Lamberton, Helen, 753 Corinthian Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Physics, 1908-09. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907, group, Mathematics and 
Physics, and A.M., 1908. Graduate Scholar in Physics, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-08; 
Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, and Teacher of Physics in the Girls' 
High School, Philadelphia, 1909-10; Teacher of Mathematics in the Germantown High 
School for Girls, Philadelphia, 1910-16. 

Langenbeck, Clara, See page 28. 

Fellow in Biology, 1895-96. 

Lansing, Ruth, 53 Crawford Street, Roxbury, Mass. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1911-12. A.B., Radcliffe College, 1908, and A.M., 1909. 
and Ph.D., 1914. Instructor in Wells College, September to November, 1909. Grad- 
uate Student, Radcliffe College, 1908-09, 1912-14; Professor of French, Oxford College 
for Women, Oxford, O., 1915-16. 



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Lbftwich, Floeebtce, See page 28. 

FeHow in Bomance Languages, 1902-03. 

Lewis, Florence PAKTHE^^A, See page 28. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1^8-99. 

LoNGBOTTOM, Gerteude, The Hollies, Louth, Lincolnshire. England. 

Fellow in IMathematics, 1897-98. Girton College, Univemty of Cambridge, En^and, 
1893-97; Mathematical Tripos. Part I. 1896; Part II. 1897. M.A,, Trinity CkAlegs. 
DubUn, 1905. Teacher of Latin in the Municipal Technical School, Lonth, 1899-1900, 
and Teacher of ilathematics, 1900-06; Governor of King Edward TI Girls' Grammar 
School. Louth, 19a3-16; Manager of the Louth British (Elementary) School, 1904-16. 

Lord, Eleaxoe Lothsa, 2426 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore. IVId. 

FeUow in History, 1889-90, 189.5-96. A.B., Smith CoU^e, 1887, and A.M., 1890; Ph.D., 
Bryn Mawr College, 1898, subjects. History and Political Science. Instructor in History, 
Smith College, 1890-94; Holder of the European Fellowship of the "Women's Educa- 
tional Association of Boston, and Student in History, Mewnham Collie, University 
of Cambridge, England, 1894-95; Instructor in History, Goucher College, 1897-1901: 
Associate Professor, 1901-04, and Professor of History, 1904-11; President of the His- 
tory Teachers' Association of ilaryland, 1908-09; Dean of Goucher College, 1911-16. 

LoATELL, Helex LonsA, Hardin CoUege, Mexico, Mo. 

Fellow in Greek, 1887-88. A.B., University of Michigan, 1887. Graduate Student, 
University of Michigan, 1888-89; Teacher of Latin and History in the Girls' Classical 
School, Indianajwlis, Ind., 1889-90; A^wciate in Greek and Latin, Woman's CoUege 
of Baltimore, 1890-91; and Associate Profe^or, 1891-93; Acting Profe^or of Greek 
and Latin, Earlham College, 1893-94; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1894- 
95, and Fellow in Greek, 1895-96; Professor of Greek, Hardin College, Mejdco, 1896- 
1900, Professor of Greek and Philosophy, 1900-05, and Professor of Latin and Greek, 
1905-16. 

Married, 1896, Mr. John Wilson Million. Two daugbt^s, two sons. 

Lo WATER, Fr-axces, WeUesle5' College, WeUeslej?, Mass. 

Fellow in Physics, 1896-97. B.Sc., University of London, 1900; Ph.D.. Bryn Mawr 
College, 1906, subjects. Physics, Alathematics and Applied Mathematics. University 
College, JMottingham, England, 1888-91, 1892-93; Newnham Collie, University of 
Cambridge, England, 1891-92; Demonstrator in Physics, Bryn Mawr CoU^e, 1893-96, 
1897-98, 1899-1905, and 1907-10; Graduate Scholar in Physics, 1897-S8, and Graduate 
Student in Physics and Mathematics, 1894-96, 1899-1900; Secretary of Brj-n Mawr 
College, 1898-99; Acting Associate Professor of Physics, the Western College, Oxford, 
O.. 1910-11: Professor of Physics, Rockford College. 1911-15; Volunteer Research 
-Assistant, Yerkes Ob3ervator%-, Summers 1911, 1913, 191.5; Instructor in Ph^cs. 
WeUesley CoUege, 1915-16. 

LuxDiE, Elizabeth Helex, 36 Fort Street, Montreal, Canada. 

FeUow in Physics, 1905-06. A.B., McGUl University, 1903, and M.Sc., 1904. Assistant 
in Chemistry in the High School, Montreal, 1908-16. 

MacDox-\ld, Margaret Baxter, State CoUege, Pa. 

FaUow in Chemistry, 1S9S-99. Pennsylvania State CoUege, 1893-95; B.S., Mt. Holyoke 
CoUege, 1898; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1902, subjects. Chemistry and Physiology. 
Student A^istant in Chemical Laboratory, Mt. Holyoke CoU^e, 189.5-97; Graduate 
Scholar in Chemistry and Physiology, Bryn Mawr College, 1897-98, and Pepjxjr FeUow 
in Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, 1899-1900; Graduate Scholar and FeUow 
by Courtesy in Chemistry, Bryn Mawi CoUege, 1900-01; Teacher of Chemistry and 
Physics, AsheviUe CoUege, AsheviUe, X. C, 1901-02; Professor of Chemistry, New Jersey 
State Normal School, 1902-04; Instructor in Chemistry, Va^ar CoUege, 1905-06; As- 
sistant Chemist, Delaware CoU^e Experimental Station, 1906-07; Instructor in Chem- 
istry, Pennsylvania State CoUege, 1907-10, Assistant Professor of Agricultural Chem- 
istry, 1910-13. and Associate Profe^or, 191.3-16. 

Macleod, A^fsiE LotxsE, Earltown, Nova Scotia. 

FeUow in Chemistrv, 1909-10: Research FeUow in Chemistry, 1910-12. A.B., McGiU 
University, 1904. M.Sc., 1905, and Ph.D., 1910. Demonstrator in Chemistry, JklcGiU 
University, 190.5-08; .Assistant in Chemistry. Barnard CoUege. 1908-09; Reader in 
Physicdo^cal Chemistry and Demonstrator in Chemistry, Bryn Mawr Cdlege, 1912- 
14; Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar CoUege, 1914—16. 

Maddisox, Isabel, See page 28. 

Fellow in ^Vlathematics, 1893-94. 



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Mann, Carrie Alice, Died, 1905. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1903-04. A.B., Wellesley College, 1893. Graduate Student, 
Bryn Mawr College, and Teacher of Mathematics in the Misses Kirk's School, Rose- 
mont. Pa., 1901-03; Teacher of Mathematics in Mrs. Chapman and Miss Jones's School, 
Chestnut HiU, Philadelphia, 1904-05. 

Marcuse, Bella, 1965 Fourteenth Avenue West, Vancouver, B. C. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1904-05. A.B., McGill University, 1900, and M.Sc, 1903. Student, 
University of Breslau, 1900-01; Assistant, McGill Model School, Montreal, Canada, 
January to June, 1904; Student in French, McGill University, 1905-07, and Private 
Tutor, 1905-08; Recording Secretary of the National Council of Women of Canada, 
1908-11. 

Married, 1908, Professor Douglas Mcintosh. One daughter, one son. 

Martin, Emilie Norton, See page 28. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1895-96. 

Mason, Gertrede Helen, 2627 Channine; Way, Berkeley, Cal. 

Fellow in English, 1887-88. Ph.B., University of Michigan, 1876, and Ph.M., 1888. 
Graduate Student in English, University of Michigan, 1SS8-S9; Teacher of EngUsb in the 
High School. Petaluma, Cal., lSS9-9o, in the High School, San Diego, Cal.. 1S9.T-9B; 
Graduate Student in English, Leland Stanford, Jr., Univemty, 1896-97, and 1900-01; 
Assistant to Dr. Ewald Fliigel on Chaucer Lexicon, 1904-05; Teacher of English in the 
Kern County High School, Bakersfield, Cal., 1897-98, and in the Union High School, 
Havwarcls, Cal., 1899-1900: Accredited Tutor in English, Leland Stanford University. 
190"0-02; Private Tutor in English, 1905-16. 

Mathews, Irene Maud,. . Holly House, Duke Street, Sheffield, England. 

Fellow in Physics, 1910-11. Girton College, University of Cambridge, England, 1906-10; 
First Class Honours, Cambridge rvlathematical Tripos, Part I, 1909, and Part II, 1910. 
Assistant Mistress, the High School for Girls, ^lanchester, England, 1911-13; Senior 
Mathematical and Physics Mistress, City and County School, Chester, England, 1913-16. 

McCain, Gertrude Ioxa, Delphi, Ind. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1911-12. A.B., Indiana University, 1908, and A.M.. 1911. 
Teacher in the High School, Delphi, 1897-99; Principal of the Friends' High School. 
Salem, Ind., 1908-09; Teaching Fellow in Mathematics. Indiana L'niversity, 1910-11; 
Instructor in Mathematics and English in the High School, Delphi, 1913; Graduate 
Student, Indiana University, 1914. and Fellow in Mathematics, 1914-15; Professor of 
Mathematics, Oxford College for Women, Oxford, O., 1915-16. 

McNair, Grace Elizabeth, Brodhead, Wis. 

Fellow in Historj% 1900-01. L.B., University of Wisconsin, 1898, and L.M., 1S99. 
Assistant in Historj' in the High School, Madison, Wis., 1899-1900; Assistant in Latin, 
German, and History in the High School, Brodhead, 1902-04. 

Medes, Grace, 430 Prospect Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 

Fellow Ln Biology, 1913-15. A.B., Kansas State University, 1904, and A.M., 1913. 

Merrill, Katharine, 

J. B. Pond Lvceum Bureau, ^Metropolitan Life Building, New York 
City. 

Fellow in Enghsh, 1890-91. A.B., University of Kansas, 1889. Graduate Student Id 
English, Bryn Mawr College, 1889-90; Harvard Aimex, 1891-92; Assistant Professor 
of English Language and Literature, University of lUinois, 1892-97; Fellow in English, 
University of Chicago, 1897-98; Teacher of English, Austin High School, Chicago, 111., 
1898-1903; Teacher of the History of Literature in the Leland Powers School of the 
Spoken Word, Boston, 190.3-08; Teacher of Expression and Reading, Boston Normal 
School, 1908-11; Lecturer on the Theatre, 191.5-16. 

IMiLES, Caroline, Bloomingdale, Ind. 

Fellow in History, 1891-92. A.B., Earlham College, 1887; A.M., University of Michigan, 
1890, and Ph.D., 1892. Teacher of Latin in the Friends' Academy, Bloomingdale, Ind.. 
1SS8-S9- University of Michigan. 1889-91; Instructor in Philosophy and Political 
Economy. Mt. Holvoke CoUege, 1892-93; Tutor in Historj-, Wellesley College, 1S93-94. 
and Instructor in ■psycholog\-, 1894-95; University Extension Work, Chicago, 1897- 
1900; Assistant Reference Librarian, John Crerar Library, Chicago, 1900-04; Principal 
of Friends' Academy. Bloomingdale, 1911-12. 

Married, 1895, Mr. WiUiam Hill. 



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MiLLMAN, Mabel Helen, 

735 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in French, 1908-09. A.B., University of Toronto, 1907. Graduate Student, 
University of Toronto; June, 1907, to January, 1908, 1910-12; Teacher of History in 
the Westbourne School, Toronto, January to June, 19GS. and of Uatin in Havergal 
College, Toronto, April to June, 1908; Teacher of English in Westminster College, 
Toronto, 1913-14; English Essay Reader, University of Toronto, and Private Tutor, 
1911-16. 

Married, 1912, Dr. Clarence Meredith Hincks. 

MoRRiss, Margaret Shove,. . . .1904 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow in History, 1907-08. A.B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1904; Ph.D., Bryn 
Mawr College, 1911, subjects. History and English. Holder of Foundation Scholarship, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1904-06; Alumnae Fellow of the Woman's College of Baltimore 
and Research Student at the Public Record Office, London, 1906-07; Instructor in 
History, Mt. Holyoke College, 1908-14, and Associate Professor, 1914-16. 

Morse, Kate Niles, .See page 29. 

Fellow in Greek, 1900-01. 

Morton, Caroline Millard, 131 Superior Street, Providence, R. I. 

Fellow in Classical Archaeology, 1912-13. A.B., Brown University, 1910, and A.M., 
1911. Graduate Scholar in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-12. 

Mory, Ruthella Bernard, The Somerset, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow in History, 1899-1900. A.B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1897; Ph.M., Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1899. Student in English and History, University of Oxford, England, 
1897-98; Graduate Student in History and History of Art, University of Chicago, 
1898-99; Student, London School of Economics, 1900; Research Work in History in 
the British Museum and in the Public Record Office, London, 1900-02; Writer on 
History, 1910-11. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Arthur Barneveld Bibbins. 

Neilson, Nellie, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Fellow in History, 1894-95. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1893, group, Greek and English, 
A.M., 1894, and Ph.D., 1899, subjects, History and Enghsh. Graduate Student, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1893-94, 1895-96, 1900-01; Holder of the American Fellowship of the 
Association of Collegiate Alumnse, 1895-96; Research Work in History in Cambridge, 
England, and in the Public Record Office, London, 1896-97; Teacher of History in Miss 
Irwin's School, Philadelphia, 1897-1900; Private Research Work, 1897-1905, 1908-09; 
Reader in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1900-02; Instructor in History, Mt. Holyoke 
College, 1902-03; Acting Professor of European History. 1903-04, and Professor of 
History, 1904-16; in England on leave of absence, 1908-09, Second Semester, 1911-12, 
1915-16. 

Nichols, Elizabeth, 1918 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind 

Fellow in Biology, 1893-94. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1893, group, Chemistry and 
Biology. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1894-95; Teacher of Science in the 
Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 189.5-96; Secretary of the Indianapolis Branch of the 
Needlework Guild of America, 1904-13. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Charles W. Moores. One daughter, one son. 

NoRTHWAY, Mary Isabel, 

1657 Burnaby Street, Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 

Fellow in Physics, 1900-01. A.B., University of Toronto, 1898. Ontario Normal College, 
lg98-99; Graduate Scholar in Physics, Bryn Mawr College, 1899-1900; Student of 
Domestic Science, 1901-02; Assistant in Physics Department, Smith College, 1902-03. 

Married, 1904, The Rev. B. J. Wiho?i. One daughter. 

Nowlin, Nadine, See page 29. 

Fellow in Biology, 1905-06. 

O'Grady, Marcella I., Wiirzburg, Bavaria. 

Fellow in Biology, 1887-89. S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1885. Teacher 
of Science in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1885-87; Demonstrator in Biology, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1888-89; Associate Professor of Biology, Vassar College, 1889-93, 
and Professor of Biology, 1893-96. 

Married, 1897, Professor Theodore Boveri. 

Olsen, Sophie Yhlen, Rektorboligen, Roskilde, Denmark. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1899-1900. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1898, group, Greek 
and Latin, and A.M., 1899. A.M., University of Copenhagen, 1902. Graduate Scholar 



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in English and Teutonic Philology, Bryn Mawr College, 1898-99; Student, Universities 
of Copenhagen and Leipsic, 1900-01; University of Copenhagen, 1901-02; Teacher of 
English Literature in the Zahle Institute for Teachers, Copenhagen, 1905-11; and 
Teacher of English in the State College for Teachers, Copenhagen, 1908-12. 
Married, 1902, Dr. Henrik Bcrlelsen. Two daughters, one son. 

Parker, Emma Harriet, Charlestown, N. II. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1893-94. B.S., Smith College, 1887. Graduate Student in Chem- 
istry, Bryn Mawr College, 1892-93, and Graduate Scholar in Chemistry, 1894-95; 
Instructor in Chemistry, Wellesley College, 1895-97; Teacher of Science in the High 
School, New Bedford, Mass., 1897-1900; Teacher of Chemistry in the High School, 
Newton, Mass., 1900-13; Student of Chemistry, the Sorbonne and University of Berlin, 
1909-10; Student in the School for Social Workers, Boston, Mass., 1913-14. 

Parkhurst, Helen Huss, See page 29. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1914-15. 

Parris, Marion, See page 29. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1905-06. 

Parsons, Vera Lillian, 

Central Neighbourhood House, 82 Gerrard West, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1913-14. B.A., University of Toronto, 1911, and M.A., 
1912. Graduate Scholar in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-13; Social Centre 
Director, Central Neighbourhood House, 1915-16. 

Paschall, Annie Goode, Died, 1895. 

Fellow in Greek, 1894-95. A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1894. 

Peebles, Florence, See page 29. 

Fellow in Biology, 1896-97. 

Peebles, Rose Jeffries, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Fellow in English, 1907-08. A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1891. Ph.D.. 
Bryn Mawr College, 1911, subjects, English Philology, English Literature, and Old 
French. University of Chicago, Summer, 1897, 1898, 1905; Harvard University, 
Summer, 1902; Columbia University, Summer, 1903; Graduate Student in English, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1906-07, and Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy in Enghsh, 
1908-09; Special Research Scholar and Student, British Museum and Bodleian Library, 
Oxford, Summer, 1909; Instructor in English, Vassar College, 1909-14, and Assistant 
Professor, 1914-15. 

Perkins, Elizabeth Mary, See page 30. 

Fellow in Latin, 1902-03. 

Perry, Lorinda, Rockford College, Rockford, 111. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1911-13. A.B., University of Illinois, 1909, and A.M., 
1910. Radcliffe Fellow, Women's Educational and Industrial Union, Boston, Mass., 
1910-11; Head of Department of Political and Social Science, Rockford College, 1914-16. 

Petty, Mary, 211 South Ashe Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1895-96. S.B., Wellesley College, 1885. Teacher of Latin, Guil- 
ford College, 1888-93; Teacher of Chemistry and Physics in the State Normal and 
Industrial College, Greensboro, 1893-95, and 1896-99, and Head of Department of 
Chemistry, 1899-1915. 

Pinney, Mary Edith, See page 30. 

Fellow in Biology, 1910-11. 

Potts, Laurette Eustis, 155 East 22nd Street, New York City. 

Fellow in English, 1899-1900. Mistress of Pembroke Hall East, Bryn Mawr College, 
1895-96. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1896, group, Latin and English. Sorbonne and 
College de France, 1896-97, Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1897-98, Reader 
in English, 1897-99; Student, University of Munich, 1900-01; Secretary, Church Mis- 
sion of Help, New York. 1915-16. 

Married, 1905. Mr. Lewis Frederic Pease. One son, one daughter. 

PuRDiE, Eleanor, Ortler, Prestbury, Gloucestershire, England. 

Fellow in Greek, 1895-96. Newnham College, University of Cambridge, England, 1890- 
94; Classical Tripos, Part I, First Class, 1893; Part II, 1894; Ph.D., University of Frei- 
burg, 1897. Holder of the Marion Kennedy Studentship, and Student m Indo-European 
Philology, University of Freiburg, 1894-95; Classical Mistress in the Netting Hill High 
School, London, 1897-98; Head Classical Tutor. Cheltenham Ladies' College, Chelten- 
ham, England, 1898-1916. 



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Rabourn, Sara Bretver Francis, Centralia, Mo. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1906-07. A.B., University of Missouri, 1902, and A.M., 1904. 
Scholar in Mathematics, University of Missouri, 1903-04; Assistant Principal and 
Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Fredericktown, Mo., 1907-08, and Principal 
1908-09; Head of the Mathematical Department in the High School, Hannibal, Mo., 
1909-11; Student. American School of Cla.==ical Studies, Rome, Winter Term. 1911-12, 
and Newnham College, Cambridge, England, Spring Term, 1912; Instructor in Mathe- 
matics, State Normal School, Springfield, ^lo., 1913; and in the Polj-technic High 
School, Santa Ana, Cal., 1913-14; Head of Department of ^Mathematics in the High 
School, Visalia, Cal., 1914-15. 

Raqsdale, Virginia, See page 30. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1902-03. 

Rand, ]Marie Gertrude, See page 9. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1909-10, and Fellow in Psychology, 1910-11. 

R.^NDOLPH, Harriet, 1310 South 47lh Street, Philadelphia. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1889; Ph.D., University of Zurich, 1892. Fellow in Biology, 
Brj'n Mawr College. 1889-90; University of Zurich, 1890-92; Graduate Student, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1896-97, 1912-13, Demonstrator in Biology, 1892-1913, and Reader in 
Botany, 1893-1913; TraveUing, 1913-10. 

Reed, Bertha, University of Montana, Missoula, ]Mont. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philologv, 1906-07. Illinois Woman's College. 1893-96; Ph.B., 
De Pauw Universitv, 1898, and A.M., 1900; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1913. Uni- 
versity of Berlin, Winter Semester, 1902-03. University of Zurich, 1903, 1903-04; 
Instructor in German, Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, 111., 1907-<Jf); Univer.'sit.v 
Extension Lecturer, University of Montana, 191.5-lG. 

Married, 1909, Mr. George Raleigh Coffman. 

Reed, Margaret Adaline, 1931 East 31st Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow in Biology, 1908-09. A.B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1901. Graduate 
Student in Biology, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1901-03, and Graduate Scholar, 1902-03. 
Wood's Holl Laboratory, Summers of 1900 and 1902; Assistant in Zoological Laboratory, 
Columbia University, 1903-05; University of Zurich, Summer, 1906; .Assistant in 
Zoologj', Columbia University, 1903-06; Lecturer in Physiologj', New York Medical 
College for Women, and Barnard College, 1904-07; Instructor in Biology, Barnard 
CoUege, 1907-08: Student in Berlin Konigliches Institut fur Infectionskrankheiten, 
Summer, 1908; Research Work in Johns Hopkins University Medical Department, 
1910-11, 1913-14; Instructor in Anatomy and Physiology, Johns Hopkins Training 
School for Xurses, 1911-12; Collaborator, Carnegie Institution, Department of Embrj- 
ology, 1915-16. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Warren E. Lewis. One daughter, one son. 

Reimer, Marie, See page 30. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1899-1900, 1901-02. 

Reynolds, Grace Potter, Fairfield Avenue, Stamford, Conn. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1908-09. A.B., Smith CoUege, 1904; A.M., Coltimbia University, 
1905; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1910, subjects. Organic Chemistrj-, Physical and 
Inorganic Chemistry and Physics. Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1904-05; 
Assistant in Chemistrj-. Smith College, 1905-06; Assistant in Chemistry, Barnard Col- 
lege, 1906-08; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1909-10; Research Worker in 
Chemistry, Barnard College, 1910-12. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Wirdhrop Merton Rice. One daughter (t 1914). 

Reynolds, Minnie Beatrice, 

274 N. Mountain Avenue, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Fellow in Greek, 1897-98. A.B., University of CaUfornia, 1895, and A.M., 1897. In- 
structor in Greek and Latin in the High School, CenteridUe, Cal., 1896-97; Fellow 
by Courtesy in Greek, Brj-n Mawr College, 1898-99; Teacher of Latin in the Misses 
Shipley's School, Brj-n Mawr, Pa., 1898-99; Instructor in Latin, Vassar CoUege, 
1899-1900; Instructor in Greek in the High School, Los Angeles, Cal., 1900-01; Teacher 
of Greek and Latin in the High School, San Francisco, 1901-03. 

Married, 1903, Mr. James A. Kinkead. Four sons. 

Ritchie, Mary Helen, Died, 1905. 

FeUow in Latin, 1898-99. A.B., BrjTi Mawr CoUege, 1896, group, Greek and Latin. 
A.M., 1897, and Ph.D., 1902, subjects, Latin and Greek. Graduate Scholar in Greek 
and Latin, Brj-n :vlawr College, 1896-97, Graduate Student, 1897-98; Secretary of Brj'n 
Mawr CoUege, 1899-1904. 



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Rock, Amy Cordova, 1455 Belmont Street, Washington, D. C. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1894-95. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1893, group. Physics and 
Chemistry. Assistant in Chemical Laboratory and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1893-94; Student, University of Heidelberg, 1895-96; and University 'of Berlin, 
1896-97; President, Washington Branch of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae' 
1909-10; Volunteer Social Worker, 1900-16. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Frederick Leslie Ransome. One son, three daughters. 

Roe, Adah Blanche, See page 30. 

Fellow in German, 1912-13. 

RoLFE, Martha Deete, 601 John Street, Champaign, 111. 

Fellow in Geology, 1914-15. B.S., University of Illinois, 1900, and A.M., 1904. Instructor 
in Science in Illinois Woman's College, 1905-10, and Professor of Physiography, 1908- 
10; Graduate Student, University of Illinois, 191.3-14, 1915-16. 

Rusk, Fern Helen, 25 West Broadway, Columbia, Mo. 

Fellow in Archaeology, 1914-15. A.B., University of Missouri, 1913, and A.M., 1914; 
Graduate Student, University of Missouri, 1913-14, 1915-16. 

Salisbury, Lena Belle, R. R. 5, Oswego, N. Y. 

Fellow in Latin, 1913-14. A.B., Syracuse University, 1910, and A.M., 1913. Teacher, 
Chittenango, N. Y., 1910-11; Weedsport, N. Y., 1911-12; Goodyear-Burlingame 
School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1912-13; Teacher of Latin and Greek in Drew Seminarj' for 
Young Women, Mt. Carmel, N. Y., 1914-16. 

Salmon, Lucy Maynard, Poughkeepsie,. N. Y. 

Fellow in History, 1886-87. A.B., University of Michigan. 1876, and A.M., 1883. 
Teacher of History in the Indiana State Normal School, 1883-86; Associate Professor 
of History, Vassar College, 1887-89, and Professor of History, 1889-1916. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, See page 30. 

Fellow in English, 1908-09. 

Satterthwaite, Sarah E., 2037 Franklin Avenue, Toledo, O. 

Fellow in Greek, 1886-87. A.B., University of Michigan, 1886. Assistant in Greek and 
Latin, Hope College, Holland, Mich., 1887-88; Private Tutor in Greek and Latin, 
1898-1900. 

Married, 1890, Dr. Francis Alexander Leslie. One son. 

Schaefper, Helen Elizabeth, See page 30. 

Fellow in Physics, 1904-05. 

Schenck, Eunice Morgan, See page 31. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1912-13. 

DE Schweinitz, Agnes Julia, 

11 Cummings Apartments, First and D Streets, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1902-03. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1899, group, German 

and French, and A.M., 1900. Graduate Scholar in Teutonic Philology, Bryn Mawr 

College, 1899-1900; Teacher of German in the Portland School, Portland, Ore., 1900-01; 

University of Leipsic, 1901-02; Teacher of German in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 

Md., 1903-08. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Edward Robins Zalinski. 

Sew ALL, Hannah Robie, Forest Glen, Md. 

Fellow in History, 1888-89. A.B., University of Minnesota, 1884, and Ph.D., 1898; 
A.M., University of Michigan, 1887. Fellow by Courtesy in History, Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege, 1889-90; Assistant in Political Science, University of Minnesota, 1893-1901; 
Assistant, Boston Children's Aid Society, 1904-07. 

Shapiro, Rebecca, Marshfield, Wis. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1900-01. L.B., University of Wisconsin, 1898, and L.M., 
1900. Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, 1899-1900; Assistant Principal 
of the High School, Grand Rapids, Wis., 1902-03. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Richard Strausa. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, See page 31. 

Junior Fellow in Philosophy, 1904-05; Fellow in Philosophy, 1906-07. 



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Sheavtn, Phoebe A.B., 

Ashburne Hall, Fallowfield, Manchester, England. 

Fellow in English, 1895-96. Scholar, University CoUege of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales, 
1887-89, and 1892-94; B.A., University of London, 1889; M.A., 1894, and D.Litt., 
1906. Member of Governing Court of University of Wales; Member of Senate of Uni- 
versity of Manchester; Reader in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1894-95; Lecturer and 
Tutor in English Literature to the Association for Promoting the Education of Women 
in Oxford, England, 1896-1905; Resident Tutor and Lecturer in English, SomervTlle 
College, University of Oxford, England, 1897-1905; Member of Governing Committee 
of Women's University Settlement, Southwark, London, 1900-07; Senior Tutor for 
Women Students, University of Manchester, Warden of Women's Hall of Residence 
and Lecturer in English Literature, 1907-16. 

Shoemaker, Jane Cushixg, Died, 1910. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1909-10. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1905, group, 
History and Economics and Politics, and A.M., 1910. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1907-08. 

Shute, Helen Winifred, 331 Hammond Street, Bangor, Me. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1893-94. A.B., Smith CoUege, 1887. Assistant in German, 
Smith College, 1887-93; Fellow by Courtesy in Teutonic PhUology, Bryn Mawr College, 
1894-95; Student in Teutonic Philology, University of Gottingen, 1895-99; Alunmse 
Trustee of Smith College, 1902-05. 

Married, 1900, Professor Warren J. Moullon. 

Sinclair, Alice, Wailuku, Maui, H. I. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1903-04. Ph.B., OberUn CoUege, 1889. Teacher of German 
and Science in the Kent Place School, Summit, N. J., 1900-02; Student, University of 
Marburg, 1902-03; Teacher of German and EngUsh, Brockport State Normal School, 
Brockport, N. Y., 1904-05, and of French and German, 1905-06. 

Married, 1906, The Rev. Rowland Backus Dodge. Two daughters, two sons. 

Smith, Amelia Catherine, 4515 Regent Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Biology, 1900-01. S.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1899. Graduate Scholar 
in Biology, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1899-1900; Demonstrator in Zoology, University of 
Pennsylvania, 1901-02; Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, 1904-06. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Philip Powell Calvert. 

Smith-Goard, Eunice Clara, 625 East Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. 

FeUow in EngUsh, 1909-10. A.B., Brown University, 1907, and A.M., 1909. Graduate 
Student, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1910-11; Teacher of French in Wilkes Barre Institute, 
Wilkes Barre, Pa., 1911-15; Student of Music, 1911-16; Instructor in French, WeUesley 
College, 1915-16. 

Smith, Eva Maria, The Ladies' College, Cheltenham, England. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1908-09. Newnham CoUege, University of Cambridge, 1904-08, 
Graduate in Honours, First Class, Cambridge Mathematical Tripos, Part I, 1907, and 
Part II, 1908; Lecturer in Mathematics at the Ladies' CoUege, Cheltenham, 1910-13. ' 

SiHTH, Louise Pettibone, Linterhouse, Winchester, Conn. 

FeUow in Semitic Languages, 1912-13, 1914-15. A.B., Br^m Mawr CoUege, 1908. In- 
structor in Hardin College, ^Mexico, Mo., 1908-11. Graduate Scholar in Semitic Lang- 
uages, Brj-n Mawr CoUege, 1911-12; Thayer FeUow and Student, American School of 
Oriental Studies in Jerusalem, 1913-14; Instructor in Biblical History, WeUesley Col- 
lege, 1915-16. 

Smith, Minna Steele, Newnham College, Cambridge, England. 

FeUow in Teutonic Philology, 1894-96. Newnham CoUege, University of Cambridge, 
1890-94; Mediaeval and Modern Languages Tripos, First Class, 1893. Assistant Lecturer 
in English, Newnham CoUege, 1896-98; Staff Lecturer in Mediseval and Modern Lan- 
guages, Newnham CoUege, 1898-1913, and Director of Studies in Mediaeval and Modern 
Languages, 1905-13; Lecturer in English, Girton CoUege, University of Cambridge, 
1898-1903, and 1906-16. 

Southworth, Effie a., Loma Linda, Cal. 

Fellow in Biology, 1885-86. S.B., University of Michigan, 1885. Student Assistant in 
the Biological Laboratory, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1886-87; Assistant Mycologist of the 
United States Agricultural Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1887-92; Assistant in Botany, 
Barnard CoUege, 1892-95; Working for the Carnegie Institution, Washington, 1910-11. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Volney Morgan Spalding. 



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Spalding, Mary Caroline, Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa. 

Fellow in English, 1910-11. A.B., Vassar College, 1901; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1912, 
subjects, English Philology, English Literature and French Philology. Graduate Student, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1906-08, and Graduate Scholar, 1908-10; Fellow by Courtesy, and 
Graduate Scholar, 1911-12; Teacher in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1901- 
10, and Assistant to the Misses Shipley and Tutor, 1912-13; Head of Department of 
English, Fairmont Seminary, Washington, D. C, 1913-14; Professor of English, Wilson 
College, 1914-16. 

Spencer, Fannie Grace Clara, 1811 S. Third Street, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Research Fellow in Chemistry, 1909-10. B.S., University of Illinois, 1908, and A.M., 
1909. Teacher of Science and Bookkeeping in the East Chicago High School, 1910-11. 

Spray, Ruth Gladys, 616 Quincy Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Fellow in Biology, 1912-13. A.B., Kansas State University, 1911. Graduate Scholar 

in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-12. , 
Married, 1915, Mr. Edward Lawrence Griffin. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, See page 31 . 

Fellow in Biology, 1902-03. 

Stewart, Anne Amelia, 28 South Street, Halifax, N. S. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1886-87. University College, London, 1880-82; B.Sc, Dalhousie 
College, 1886. Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Mary E. Stevens's School, Germantown, 
Philadelphia, 1888-93, 1895-96; Student in Mathematics and Physics, Newnham 
College, University of Cambridge, England, 1893-95; Teacher of Mathematics in the 
Stevens' School, Germantown, 1896-99; Private Tutor, 1900-03, 1908-09; Teacher of 
Mathematics, St. Margaret's College, T'oronto, Canada, 1903-04; Teacher of Mathe- 
matics. Miss Knox's School, Briarclifl Manor, N. Y., 1905-06. 

Stocking, Ruth Jennings, Wickliffe, Lake County, O. 

Fellow in Biology, 1911-12. A.B., Goucher College, 1910; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1910. Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1910-11, 1913-15, and Fel- 
low in Zoology, 1912-13; Alice Freeman Palmer Research Fellow of Wellesley College, 
1912-14; Professor of Biology, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Ga., 1915-16. 

Street, Jennette Atwater, .... 47 Lakeview Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Fellow in Latin, 1895-96. A.B., University of Toronto, 1895. Teacher of Classics, St. 

Margaret's College, Toronto, Canada. 1897-1901; Suffrage Worker, 1912-16. 
Married, 1901, Professor Edward C. Jeffrey. One son. 

Sumner, Louise Maudsley, 1920 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Fellow in History, 1913-14. A.B., University of Minnesota, 1912, and A.M., 1913. 
Teacher of History in the Columbus School for Girls, Columbus, O., 1914-16. 

Sweet, Marguerite, 602 West 190th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in English, 1891-92. A.B., Vassar College, 1887; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 
1892, subjects, English and Teutonic Philology. Graduate Student in Teutonic Philology 
and English, Bryn Mawr College, 1889-90, Graduate Scholar in Teutonic Philology, 
1890-91; Instructor in Enghsh, Vassar College, 1892-97; Professor of Enghsh Literature, 
Mt. Holyoke College, 1897-99; Teacher of English in the Misses Ely's School, New York 
City, 1899-1905; Principal of the Hawthorne School, New York City, 1906-13; Head 
of the English Department in the Veltin School, New York City, 1914-15. 

Swindler, Mary Hamilton, See page 31. 

Fellow in Greek, 1907-09. 

Taylor, Lily Ross, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Fellow in Latin, 1907-08. A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1906. Ph.D., Bryn Mawr 
College, 1912, subjects Latin and Classical Archaeology. Student, University of Bonn 
and American School of Classical Studies, Rome, 1909-10; Graduate Scholar m Latin, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1906-07; Graduate Student in Greek and Latin, and Reader m 
Latin 1908-09; Reader and Demonstrator in Archa;ology, 1910-12; Instructor in Latin, 
Vassar College, 1912-16. 

Thompson, Charlotte de Macklot, The Terraces, Camden, S. C. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1896-97. A.B.. Bryn Mawr College, 1S96. group, Greek 
and French, and A.M., 1897. 

Thompson, Frances D'Arcy, 

Jumna Bridge, Hamirpur, United Provinces, India. 

Fellow in Greek, 1911-12. Girton College, University of Cambridge, England, 1903-06; 
Graduate in Honours, First Class, Classical Tripos, Part I. 1906. M.A., Koyal Uni- 



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versity of Ireland, 1907; Examiner in Latin, Royal University of Ireland, 1907-08; 
Classical Mistress in the High School, Portsmouth, England, 1906-08; Classical Teacher, 
Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1908-10; Reader in Latin, and Graduate Student, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1910-11. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Robert J. Hallidy. 

TiBBALS, Kate Watkins, Sandy Hook, Conn. 

Fellow in English, 1901-02. A.B., Wellesley College, 1899; Ph.D., University of Penn- 
sylvania, 1904. Graduate Scholar in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1900-01; Fellow in 
English, University of Pennsylvania, 1902-03, and University Fellow, 1903-04; In- 
structor in English Literature, Wellesley College, 1904-05; Instructor in English, Vassar 
College, 1905-09; Associate Professor of English, Wells College, 1909-12. 

ToRELLE, Ellen, 438 West Washington Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Fellow in Biology, 1903-04. Ph.B., University of Minnesota, 1901, and A.M., 1902. 
Graduate Scholar, Bryn Mawr College, 1902-03; Dean of Milwaukee-Downer College 
and Professor of Biology, 1905-08; Scholar of the Naples Table Association for Pro- 
moting Scientific Research by Women, 1909; Research Worker in Biology, 1912-13; 
Lecturer and Writer, 1914-15; Lecturer, Extension Division, University of Wisconsin, 
1913-16. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Lewis Bernard Nagler. One son. 

TowLE, Elizabeth Williams,. . . .The Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow in Biology, 1899-1900. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1898, group, Chemistry and 
Biology, and A.M., 1899. Graduate Scholar in Physics and Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 
1898-99; Teacher of Science in the High School, Middletown, Conn., 1900-01; Instructor 
in Biology, Rockford College, Rockford, lU., 1901-03; Fellow in Physiology, University 
of Chicago, 1903-04; Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1904-06; Teacher of 
Physiology in Miss Jacobi's School, New York City, 1904-05; Teacher of Science in the 
Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1907-16. 

Traver, Hope, See page 32. 

Fellow in English, 1903-04. 

Trevvett, Lily Frances, 1715 Park Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Fellow in History, 1914-15. A.B., Richmond College, 1909; A.M., Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1913. Teacher of Mathematics, High School, Barton Heights, Va., 1909-11; 
Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1911-13; Teacher of History and Mathe- 
matics, Lee-Maury High School, Bowling Green, Va., 1913-14; Professor of History, 
Woman's College, Richmond, Va., 1915-16. 

Urdahl, Margerethe, Charleston, 111. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1900-02, and Special Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1902-03, 
L.B., University of Wisconsin, 1896, and Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1904, subjects, 
Teutonic Philology, German Literature and Sanscrit. Student, University of Berlin, 
1898 and 1899; University of Heidelberg, Summer Term, 1899; University of Christiania, 
October, 1899; Teacher of German and Latin in the Chelten Hills School, Wyncote, Pa., 
1903-04; Teacher of German and History, Eastern Illinois State Normal School, Charles- 
ton, 111., 1905-06. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Lewis Albert Anderson. 

Van Deman, Esther Boise, 2514 Thirteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Fellow in Latin, 1892-93. A.B., University of Michigan, 1891, and A.M., 1892; Ph.D., 
University of Chicago, 1898. Instructor in Latin, Wellesley College, 1893-95; Teacher 
of Latin in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1895-96; Fellow in Latin, University 
of Chicago, 1896-98; Acting Professor of Latin, Mt. Holyoke College, 1898-99, and 
Associate Professor of Latin, 1899-1901; American School of Classical Studies, Rome, 
1901-03; Associate Professor of Latin, the Woman's College, Baltimore, 1903-06; 
Fellow in Classical Archeology of the Carnegie Institution, Rome, 1906-09, and 
Research Associate of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1910-13. 

Waddell, Mary Evelyn Gertrude, 

655 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1904-05. A.B., University of Toronto, 1903, and A.M., 1904. 
Graduate Scholar in Mathematics and Physics, Bryn Mawr College, 1903-04; Instructor 
in Mathematics in St. Margaret's College, Toronto, 1906-12, and Graduate Student, 
University of Toronto, 1906-11; Private Tutor in Mathematics, 1912-16. 

Walker, Anna Martha, 1136 South Alvarado Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Fellow in Latin, 1905-06. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1895, group, Greek and Latin; 
A.M., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1901. Teacher of English in the National 
Institute for Girls, Guatemala City, Central America, 1896-97; Graduate Student, Leland 
Stanford, Jr., University, 1897-98, 1900-01; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
Second Semester, 1898-99; Teacher in the Misses Wyllie'B School, Mt. Holly, N. J., 



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1899-1900; Teacher of Latin and French in the High School, Ogden, Utah, 1901-02, and 
Teacher of Latin and Spanish, 1902-04; Student, American School of Classical Studies, 
Rome, 1904-05; Teacher of Greek in the High School, Los Angeles, Cal., 1900-13. 

Warren, Winifred, See page 32. 

Fellow in Latin, 1893-94. 

Weeks, Eula Adeline, Rich Hill, Mo. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1909-10. A.B. and B.S., University of Missouri, 190S, and A.M., 
1909. Teacher in the High School, Rich Hill, Mo., 1901-05; Teacher of Mathematics 
in the Misses Shipley's School, and Graduate Student in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1910-12; Instructor in Mathematics, Mt. Holyoke College, 1912-13; Assistant 
in Mathematics, University of Missouri, 1913-14, and Fellow in Mathematics, 1914; 
Teacher of Mathematics in the Grover Cleveland High School, St. Louis,- Mo., 191.5-16. 

Wergeland, Agnes Mathilde, Died, 1914. 

Fellow in History, 1890-91. Studied under the Direction of Prof. Konrad Maurer, 
Munich, 1884-86; University of Zurich, 1888-90; Ph.D., University of Zurich, 1890. 
Reader in History of Art, Bryn Mawr College, 1891-93; Docent in History, University 
of Chicago, 1896-1902, and Non-Resident Reader in History, University Extension 
Division, 1903-05, and Non-Resident Instructor, 1906-09; Professor of History and 
French, University of Wyoming, 1902-09, and of History and Spanish, 1909-14. 

White, Florence Donnell, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Fellow in French, 1907-08. A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1903, and A.M , 1907; Ph.D., 
Bryn Mawr College, 1915, subjects, French Literature, Old French Philology, and 
Spanish. Student, University of Paris, 1903-04; Graduate Scholar in Romance Lan- 
guages, Bryn Mawr CoUege, 1906-07; Instructor in French, Vassar College, 1908-15, 
and Assistant Professor, 1915-16. 

Wilkinson, Annie Lyndesay, 

7125 Greene Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1899-1900. A.B., Vassar College, 1897, and A.M., 1898. 
Graduate Scholar, Vassar College, 1897-98. Babbott Fellow of Vassar College, and 
Graduate Scholar in German and Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1898-99; Instructor 
in Mathematics, Vassar College, 1900-02; Suffrage Worker, 1913-16. 

Married, 1902, Dr. Joseph Head. Two daughters, two sons. 

WiLLcox, Marguerite, See page 24. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1914-15. 

Williams, Ella Cornelia, 609 West 127th Street, New York City. 

FeUow in Mathematics, 188.5-86. A.M., University of Michigan, 1880. Studied under 
Professor Schwarz, Gottingen, Germany, 1883-85; Newnham College, University of 
Cambridge, England, Spring Term, 1884; Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Moses's 
School, New York City, 1886-87; Teacher of Mathematics in the State Normal School, 
Plymouth, N. H., 1887-89; Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Spence's School, New York 
City, 1892-1915. 

Willis, Gwendolen Brown, 329 Dolphin Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow in Greek, 1902-04. A.B., University of Chicago, 1896, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 
1906, subjects, Greek and Archaeology. Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 
1900-01; American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1901-02; Professor of Greek, 
Milwaukee-Downer College, and Teacher of Latin in Milwaukee-Downer Seminary, 
1904-13; Student in Columbia University, on leave of absence, 1910-11; Teacher of 
Greek and Latin in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1914-16. 

Winston, Mary Frances, 1620 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kan. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1891-92. A.B.. University of Wisconsin, 1889; Ph.D., University 
of Gottingen, 1897; Teacher of Mathematics, Downer College, 1889-91; Honorary 
Fellow in Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1892-93; Holder of the European Fellow- 
ship of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 1895-96; Student in Mathematics, Univer- 
sity of Gottingen, 1893-96; Professor of Mathematics, Kansas State Agricultural College, 
1897-1900; Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Washburn College, Topeka, Kans., 
1913-16. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Henry Byron Newson (t 1910). Two daughters, one son. 

Wood, Ida, 

Care of Colonel John P. Wood, 521 North 22nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in English, 1888-89. A.B., Vassar College, 1877, and A.M., 1889; Ph.D., Bryn 
Mawr College, 1891. Graduate Student in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1887-88, 
1889-90, and Fellow by Courtesy in EngUsh, 1890-91; Secretary of the Woman's Depart- 
ment, University of Pennsylvania, 1892-93; Secretary of the Bryn Mawr School, Balti- 
more, Md., 1894-96. 



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Summary of Fellowships Awarded. 

European Fellowships. Founded. Number of 

Holders. 

Bryn Mawr European By the Trustees in 1885 27 

Mary E. Garrett European By Miss Garrett in 1904 21 

President M. Carey Thomas 

European By Miss Garrett in 1896 20 

Anna Ottendorfer Memorial Re- 
search Fellowship in Teutonic 

Philology By Mrs. Anna Woerishoffer in 

1907 6 

Bryn Mawr Research, given by anonymous donor in 1906 1 

Special European, given by anonymous donor in 1909 1 

Total number of European Fellows, omitting duplicates 67 



Founded by the Number of 

Resident Fellowships. Trustees in Holders. 

In Greek 1885 26**§§ 

In Latin 1892 23 

In English 1885 27*§ 

In Teutonic Philology 1893 ISft 

In Romance Languages 1893 18§ 

In Semitic Languages 1912 1 § 

In History or Economics and Politics •. . 1885 29 § 

In Economics and Politics 1912 4§ 

In Philosophy or Psychology 1896 12§§ 

In Archseology 1909 4§ 

In Mathematics 1885 24§§ 

In Physics 1896 14 

In Chemistry 1893 ISft 

In Geology 1912 3 

In Biology 1885 23§§ 

Research Fellowship in Chemistry 1907 3t 

Helen Schaeffer Huff Research Fellowship 

in Physics or Chemistry, founded by an 

anonymous donor in 1913 31f 

Total number of Resident Fellows, omitting duplicates 231 

Total holders of Fellowship, omitting duphcates 261$ 

* Two students have held Fellowships in English who also held Fellowships in other 
subjects. 

t Two of these students previously held a Fellowship in Chemistry. 

} Of these thirty-five have held both European and Resident Fellowships. 

§ One student held this Fellowship for two years. 

** One of these students previously held a Fellowship in' Latin and one a Fellowship 
in English. 

ft Two students held this Fellowship for two years. 

§§ Four students held this Fellowship for two years. 

% One of these students previously held a Fellowship in Chemistry. 



BRYN MAWR COLLEGE. 



GRADUATE COURSES OF INSTRUCTION. 



Bryn Mawr College, situated at Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 
five miles from Philadelphia, was endowed by Dr. Joseph W. 
Taylor of Burlington, New Jersey, who purposed founding an 
institution of learning for the advanced education of women 
which should afford them "all the advantages of a college 
education that are so freely offered to young men." In the 
spring of 1885 the first program was issued, and the college 
opened for instruction in the following autumn. 

Three classes of persons are admitted to the lectures and class 
work of the college — graduate students, undergraduate students, 
and hearers. For the convenience of graduate students the 
regulations of the graduate department and the graduate 
courses of instruction are published separately. No under- 
graduates are admitted to graduate courses. 

Regulations of the Graduate Department. 

From the first it has been the policy of the Trustees of Bryn 
Mawr College to organise no department in which they could not 
provide for graduate as well as undergraduate study. Only 
such instructors have been chosen as are qualified to direct both 
graduate and undergraduate work. In each department a 
consecutive series of graduate courses pursued throughout three 
years provides preparation in the chief or major subject of the 
examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, and 
certain courses may be pursued for one or two years and offered 
as one of the two minor or secondary subjects. 

Admission. 

Graduate students must have presented a diploma from some 
college of acknowledged standing.* They may pursue any 

* The certificates of the women's colleges of the English Universities of Oxford and 
Cambridge, are regarded as equivalent to a first degree, — i. e., to the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts. 

(55) 



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courses offered by the college for which their previous training 
has fitted them; but they must satisfy the several instructors 
of their ability to profit by the courses they desire to follow, 
and may be required to pursue certain introductory or auxiliary 
studies before they are admitted to the advanced or purely 
graduate courses. They are, moreover, entitled to personal 
guidance and direction, supervision of their general reading and 
furtherance of their investigations, from the instructors, and 
their needs will be considered in the arrangement of new 
courses of lectures; they must consult the President in regard 
to the courses they are to pursue, and must be duly registered 
for those courses at the President's office. 

A reading knowledge of French and German is regarded as 
of the utmost importance to all graduate students, and is 
required of all candidates for a second degree. The under- 
graduate department will afford the student every opportunity 
for making good any deficiencies in this respect. 

Fellowships and Scholarships. 

The most distinguished place among the graduate students 
is held by the Fellows, who must reside in the college during 
the academic year. Sixteen resident fellowships, of the value 
of five hundred and twenty-five dollars each, are awarded 
annually in Greek, Latin, English, German and Teutonic 
Philology, Romance Languages, Semitic Languages and Biblical 
Literature, History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Mathematics, 
Physics, Chemistry, Geology, and Biology, the Justus C. 
Strawbridge Fellowship in Economics and Politics, and the 
Carola Woerishoffer Fellowship in Social Economy and 
Research. They are open for competition to graduates of 
Bryn Mawr College, or of any other college of good standing, 
and will be awarded only to candidates who have completed 
at least one year of graduate work after obtaining their first 
degree. The fellowships are intended as an honor, and are 
awarded in recognition of previous attainments; generally 
speaking, they will be awarded to the candidates that have 
studied longest or to those whose work gives most promise 
of future success. 

The holder of a fellowship is expected to devote at least one 



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half her time to the department in which the fellowship is 
awarded, and to show, by the presentation of a thesis or in 
some other manner, that her studies have not been without 
result. 

The Helen Schaeffer Huff Memorial Research Fellowship 
of the value of seven hundred and fifty dollars, founded in 
1913, is awarded annually to a student pursuing advanced 
graduate work in either Physics or Chemistry, to be held dur- 
ing one year's work at Bryn Mawr College. 

Applicants for the fellowship must be students who have 
done advanced graduate work at Bryn Mawr College or at 
other colleges or universities. They must have shown distinct 
ability in their work and at the time of application must have 
in outline or actually in hand some definite piece of research 
work. The holder of the fellowship must do her major work 
under the direction of the Department of Chemistry or of the 
Department of Physics. In awarding the fellowship the ability 
of the applicant to do the best kind of research work will be 
considered. Where equally good candidates are considered, 
preference will be given to a student working on problems 
which may be considered to lie along the borderline between 
Chemistry and Physics. The fellowship may under exceptional 
circumstances be awarded in consecutive years to the same 
student, or the fellowship may be given to a graduate student 
working at Bryn Mawr College to be held during one year's 
work at some other American college or university if in the 
opinion of the Committee it is imperative for that student to 
go to some other college or university in order to complete an 
important piece of work. 

All fellows may study for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 
the fellowship being counted, for this purpose, as equivalent 
to the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Fellows that continue their 
studies at the college after the expiration of the fellowship, 
may, by a vote of the directors, receive the rank of Fellows 
by Courtesy. 

Fellows are expected to attend all college fimctions, to wear 
academic dress, to assist in the conduct of examinations, and 
to give about an hour a week to the care of departmental 
libraries in the semuiaries and in the halls of residence, but no 



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such sendee may be required of them except bj'- a written 
request from the president's office; thej' are not permitted, 
while holding the fellowship, to teach, or to undertake any other 
duties in addition to their college work. Fellows* are required 
to reside in the college and are assigned rooms by the Secre- 
tary of the College. They are charged the usual fee of four 
hundred and five dollars for tuition, board, room-rent, and 
infirmary' fee. 

Twenty Graduate Scholarships, of the value of two hundred 
dollars each, may be awarded to candidates next in merit to the 
successful candidates for the fellowships; they are also open for 
competition to graduates of Bryn Mawr College, or of any other 
college of good standing. Scholars* are expected to reside in 
the college, to attend all college functions, to wear academic 
dress and to assist in the conduct of examinations. 

A resident College Settlements Association joint fellowship f 
was established in 1915 and has been offered for 191.5-16 and 
1916-17 by the College Settlements Association together ^^ith 
independent alumnse of Bn,Ti ]Mawr College to a BrAii ]MaT\T 
CoUege graduate who wishes to prepare herseK for settlement 
work. The value of the fellowship is $525, S12o of which 
is given by the College to meet the tuition fee. The holder 
of the fellowship is required to hve in the College Settlement 
in Philadelphia and to give her entire time to the work of the 
Department of Social Economy, the practicum, carried on in 
the Settlement, occupj-ing one-third of her time. Applications 
may be sent either to ]Miss Helen F. Greene, 80 Pinkney Street, 
Boston, ]Mass., or to the President of Brsm Mawr CoUege. 

The Susan B. Anthonj^ ^Memorial Scholarship in Social 
Economy and Social Ptesearch or in PoUtics, founded in 1910, 
of the value of four hundred doUars, is open to the candidate 
wishing to devote herseK to studies dealing with the position 
of women in industry- and poUtics, whose work gives most 
promise of success in this field. 

Ten graduate scholarships of the value of four hundred and 

* It is expected that fellows and scholars of the college wfll uphold the collie standards 
of scholarship and conduct and give loyal support to the Students' Association for Self- 
Go vemment. 

j The term fellowship is used here because adopted by the CoUege Settlement Associa- 
tion. The condition of one year's graduate study reqiiiied of candidates for BrjTi Mawr 
College resident fellowships does not apply. 



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five dollars each were founded in 1909, and two additional 
scholarships were founded in 1913, and will be awarded in 
1916, four for Enghsh, Scotch, or Irish women, three for Ger- 
man women, three for French women, one for Scandinavian, 
and one for Swiss women. They are open for competition to 
all women of the prescribed nationality whose academic work 
has reached a standard equivalent to that denoted by the 
Bachelor's degree of any American college or university of 
acknowledged standing. The amount of the scholarship, four 
hundred and five dollars, covers the fees for tuition, board, 
room-rent, including light, heat, and service, and infirmary 
care for the academic year. A furnished single room in the 
graduate wing of one of the halls of residence is assigned to 
each scholar, but this is not available in the Christmas and 
Easter vacations when scholars who remain at the college have 
to pay the expenses of board and residence.* 

Application for resident fellowships or scholarships should be 
made as early as possible to the President of the College, and 
must be made not later than the fifteenth f of April preceding 
the academic year for which the fellowship or scholarship is 
desired. Blank forms of application will be forwarded to the 
applicants. A definite answer will be given within two weeks 
from the latest date set for receiving applications. Any original 
papers, printed or in manuscript, which have been prepared by 
the applicant and sent in support of her appUcation, will be 
returned, when stamps for that purpose are enclosed, or specific 
directions for return by express are given. Letters or testi- 
monials from professors and instructors will be filed for reference. 

The Anna Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellowship in 
German and Teutonic Philology of the value of seven hundred 
dollars applicable to the expenses of one year's study and resi- 
dence at some German university is awarded annually to a 

* For the rates see page 66. 

t In the case of candidates for the Scholarships open to British and French, Swiss and 
Scandinavian women applications must be received by May the first. Applications for 
the scholarships should be accompanied by full particulars of the candidate's academic 
work by diplomas or certificates and by letters of recommendation from professors and 
should be addressed in the case of German candidates to Seiner Excellenz dem Herrn 
Staatssekretar des Innern, Reichsamt des Innern, Berlin, Germany, befoie April the first, 
and in the case of other candidates to the President of Bryn Mawr College, Bry" Mawr, 
Pennsylvania, U. S. A. 



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graduate student vrho has completed at least one j'ear of 
graduate study at Br^Ti I\IaT\T College. The fellowship will be 
awarded to the candidate who has pursued the most advanced 
work, or whose studies afford the most promise of future success. 
She must show such proficiencj* in her studies or in independent 
work as to furnish reason to believe that she \^ill be able to 
conduct independent investigations in the field of Teutonic 
Philology or German. 

Two European fellowships, founded by the late ]\Iiss IMarj- 
E. Garrett, of Baltimore, are open to graduate students who 
are em-olled as candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philos- 
ophy. One, foimded in 1896, and named by the donor the 
President M. Carey Thomas Fellowship, is awarded annually 
on the ground of excellence in scholarship to a student in her 
first year of graduate work at Brjn ^lawr College; the other, 
founded in 1894, and known as the 'Maiy E. Garrett Fellow- 
ship, is awarded annually on the ground of excellence in scholar- 
ship to a student stUl in residence who has for two years 
pursued gi^aduate studies at Brjm ]Mawr College. These 
fellowships, of the value of five hundred dollars each, are 
intended to defray the expenses of one year's study and resi- 
dence at some foreign imiversity, English or Continental. 
The choice of a imiversity may be determined by the holder's 
owm preference, subject to the approval of the Facult}-. 

Studies Leading to a Second Degree. 

Graduates of Br^Ti I\Iawr College, and graduates of other 
colleges, who shall have satisfied the Academic Council that 
the course of study for which they received a degree is equiva- 
lent to that for which the degree of Bachelor of Arts is given 
at Bryn IMawr College, or who shall have attended such addi- 
tional courses of lectures as may be prescribed, may apply 
to the Academic Council to be enrolled as candidates for the 
degree of Doctor of Philosophy and ^Master of Arts; admission 
to the graduate school does not, in itself, qualify a student to 
become a candidate for this degree. A separate degree of ]Mas- 
ter of Arts is open to graduates of Bryn IMawr College, but to 
them only. 



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The Degree of Master of Arts. 

The candidate for the degree of ^Master of Arts must be a 
Bachelor of Arts of BrjTi ]\IawT College and must have worked 
as a graduate student at Brj-n ]Mawr College for a full year* 
dm'ing which at least two-thirds of her time must have been 
devoted to advanced work in closelj^ related lines according to 
a course of study appro^-ed b^'- the Graduate Conunittee of the 
Academic Council. The catididate must submit her proposed 
com'se of study for the approval of this committee before the 
third week of October. She must pass a special written exami- 
nation on each subject to the satisfaction of the department in 
which she has studied, and must announce her candidacy- for 
the degree to the President not later than the first day of ISIay 
in the academic year in which the degree is to be conferred. 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Arts. 

The degree of Doctor of Philosophy and IMaster of Arts may 
be conferred upon graduates of Br;^TL IMawr College, and upon 
graduates of other colleges who shall have satisfied the Aca- 
demic Council either that the com'se of study for which they 
received a degree is equivalent to that for which the degree of 
Bachelor of Arts is given by Brxn ]\Iawr College, or that it has 
been adequately supplemented by subsequent study. The 
degree is given to no one who cannot read French and German, 
or who is unacquainted with Latin. The degree of Doctor of 
Philosophy will in no case be conferred by the College as an 
honorary degTee. 

REQriRZMZXTS. 

1. Ti77ie. — ^The eai-liest date at which the Ph.D. degree may be taken 
is three yeai's after graduation, but the element of time is subordinate to 
the other requirements. The minimum of three years wQl usually be 
exceeded. 

2. Residence. — The candidate must devote to graduate work the 
equivalent of three full years, of which at least two must be at Br>Ti 
Mawr, and the third if not at Brj-n ]Mawr at some other college or uni- 
versity approved by the Graduate Committee. 



* It is understood that the work done for the degree of Master of Arts does not neces- 
sarily count as a full year towards the degree of Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Arts. 



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3. Subjects. — The course of study shall consist of one major subject 
and two minor subjects, of which one (the associated minor) shall be in 
the same department as the major subject, or in a closely allied department 
specified in the printed requirements; the other (the independent minor) 
shall complete a combination authorised in the printed requirements. 
Certain combinations wiU permit the independent minor to be taken in 
the same department as the associated minor, when this is not in the 
same department as the major subject. The printed list of independent 
minors shall consist of subjects that are recommended, and the Graduate 
Committee shaU have power to accept subjects not specified in the Ust. 

4. Courses. — During the three years devoted to graduate work the 
candidate shall take a certain number of seminaries stated below; in case 
any part of the three years is spent at some other coUege or university, 
the Graduate Committee shall determine the Brjm Mawr equivalents of 
the courses there taken. 

In the major subject together with the associated minor the candidate 
shall take dm-ing each of three years one journal club and two seminaries, 
or graduate courses recognised by the Graduate Committee as seminaries;* 
in the independent minor she shall take for one year two seminaries, or 
graduate courses recognised as seminaries. The division of the seminaries 
between the major and the associated minor shall be subject to the 
approval of the Supervising Committee. In no case shall less than two 
seminaries and one journal club for two years be taken in the major subject. 

The required courses may be spread over more than three years; but 
the student may not take four required seminaries with one instructor 
unless authorized by the Graduate Committee. 

No post-major work or work equivalent to post-major shall count 
towards the degree, even though a candidate may be obliged to take such 
work in order to supplement her preparation in her subjects, except in the 
case of such coiu-ses in science as shall be designated in the calendar and 
accepted by the Graduate Committee as equivalent to graduate seminaries 
in virtue of assigned supplementary reading or laboratory work or both. 

Of the courses required in the major and associated minor, two semi- 
naries and one journal club for at least two years must be taken before 
the Preliminary Examination, as well as the whole of the work in the 
independent minor. AU must be completed before the Final Examination. 

5. Dissertation. — The dissertation must be the result of independent 
investigation in the field covered by the major subject, under such direction 
as may be necessary; it must contain new results, arguments, or conclu- 
sions, or it must present accepted results in a new Ught, It must be pub- 
lished within three years from the Commencement after the candidate 
has passed the Final Examination, unless a special extension of time is 
granted by the Graduate Committee; and 150 copies (including the vita), 
of which two must be bound in a specified manner, must then be supphed 

*A course will not be regarded as equivalent to a seminary unless it requires about 
sixteen bourg a week of the student's time. 



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to the College. The candidate shall not be entitled to use the degree until 
her dissertation shall have been pubhshed in approved form. 

6. Examinations. — The progress and attainments of the candidate shall 
be tested by examinations as explained in the printed regulations. 

Registration. — Before an applicant for the degree of Ph.D. can be 
admitted as a candidate she must submit* to the Graduate Committee 
in writing an account of her general preparation, stating in particular the 
extent of her knowledge of Latin., French, and German; stating also the 
subjects she wishes to offer as major and minors for the degree, and the 
amount and character of the work aheady done in these subjects. If 
this statement is satisfactory she will be registered as a candidate. When 
the Graduate Committee decides that the candidate's preparation is in any 
way insufficient she will be required to undertake suitable extra work. 

Expenses. 

For graduate students attending six or more hours a week 
of lectures, and for fellows and graduate scholars the tuition 
fee is one hundred and twenty-five dollars a year, payable 
half-yearly in advance. For other graduate students who do 
not wish to devote all thei-r time to graduate work the fees 
are as follows, payable in advance: for one hour a week of 
lectures, ten dollars a semester; for two hours a week of lectures, 
twenty dollars a semester; for three hours a week of lectures, 
thirty dollars a semester; and for four or five hours a week 
of lectures, forty dollars a semester, f This arrangement is 
made especially for non-resident graduate students, but those 
who wish to take five hours a week of lectures or less may 
live in the college halls on the understanding that they must 
give up their rooms if needed for students who are taking the 
full amount of graduate work and paying the regular tuition fee. 
The tuition fee for the semester becomes due as soon as the stu- 
dent is registered in the college office. No reduction of this fee 

* Using the application blank issued by the Graduate Committee. 

t The fees charged are reckoned on the basis of the actual hours of conference or lecture, 
irrespective of the number of undergraduate hours to which the course is regarded as 
equivalent. 

In counting the number of hours for which a graduate is registered the following special 
arrangements are made in regard to laboratory courses: payment for a one hour lecture 
course in a scientific department entitles the student to four hours of laboratory work in 
addition with no extra charge except the laboratory fee. Students registered for labora- 
tory work only, are charged the following tuition fee: for each two and one-half hours of 
undergraduate laboratory course and for each five hours of graduate laboratory course 
the same fee as for a one hour lecture course. The laboratory fees as stated on page 
64 are charged in addition to the charge for tuition. 



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will be made on account of absence, dismissal dm-ing the cur- 
rency of the semester, term, or year covered by the fee in ques- 
tion, or for any other reason whatsoever. Graduate students 
are admitted to residence or to attendance on lectures at any 
time during the year, and in this case a proportionate reduction 
is made in the charges for board and room-rent and for tuition. 
Every student who enters the college must register immediately 
at the comptroller's office, and must register her courses at the 
president's office wdthin two weeks after entrance under penalty 
of exclusion from the college. Any change made later in the 
courses registered must be reported immediately to the presi- 
dent's office, or the courses will not be permitted to count, 
and a charge of one dollar will be made for each change made in 
the com-se after it has been definitely registered. 

Graduate students taking courses in scientific departments CPtysics, Chemistry, Geology, 
Biology, and Psychology) amounting to six or more hours a week of lecture courses or its 
equivalent in laboratory courses are charged a laboratory fee of eighteen dollars a semester 
with the following exceptions: if the student takes, as a regular student, courses in sub- 
jects not enumerated above amounting to six hours a week the laboratory fee is reduced 
to twelve dollars a semester; and if she takes, as a regular student, courses in subjects 
not enumerated above amounting to ten hours a week the laboratory fee is reduced to six 
dollars a semester. 

Graduate students taking less than six hours a week of lectures, or its equivalent in 
laboratory work, and graduate students taking one undergraduate laboratory course only 
are charged a laboratory fee of ten dollars a semester for every laboratory course of four 
or more hours a week, and of five dollars a semester for every laboratory course of less 
than four hours a week. 

In courses in geology each hour of field work counts as one hour of laboratory work. 

Graduate students taking courses in the department of Social Economy and Social 
Research are charged a laboratory fee of So a semester and are also reqiiired to provide 
themselves with a 100 trip ticket between Brj-n Mawr and Philadelphia costing S15.45. 
Any extra expenses for train fares or car fares or other charges in connection with the 
work required by the department will be defrayed by the department. 

Residence. 
Residence in the college buildings is optional except for holders 
of resident fellowships and scholarships. In each hall of resi- 
dence, except Merion Hall, a special wing or corridor is re- 
served for graduate students, and in order to secure entire quiet 
no undergraduate students are permitted to engage rooms in 
the graduate wings. The expense of board and residence in 
the graduate wings of the college halls is two hundred and 
seventy-five dollars. Of this amount two hundred and twenty- 
five dollars is the charge for board, and is payable half-yearly 
in advance; the remainder is room-rent, and is payable yearly 



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in advance. Every student has a separate bedroom. Room- 
rent includes all expenses of furnishing, service, heatmg, and 
light. 

Plans and descriptions of the academic buildings and of the 
halls of residence, Merion Hall, Radnor Hall, Denbigh Hall, 
Pembroke Hall West, Pembroke Hall East, and Rockefeller 
Hall, with a full account of the halls and tariff of rooms, are 
published as Part 4 of the Bryn Mawr College Calendar and 
may be obtained by application to the Secretary of the College, 
Each of the halls of residence (except Pembroke, which has a 
common dining-hall and kitchen for the two wings) has its 
separate kitchen and dining-hall, provides accommodation for 
from sixty to seventy students, and is under the charge of a 
resident warden. 

Application for rooms should be made as early as possible. 
The demand for graduate rooms is very great, and since every 
room unnecessarily reserved may prevent some other student 
from entering the college, a deposit of fifteen dollars is required 
in order that the application may be registered. In case the 
applicant enters the college in the year for which the room is 
reserved, the amount of the deposit is deducted from the first 
college bill. If she changes the date of her application or files 
formal notice of withdrawal at the secretary's office before 
July fifteenth of the year for which the application is made, the 
deposit will be refunded. If, for any reason whatever, the 
change or withdrawal be made later than July fifteenth, the 
deposit will be forfeited to the College. Students making 
application for a room for the second semester forfeit the deposit 
if they do not file formal notice of withdrawal at the secretary's 
office before December first of the academic year for which the 
room is reserved. In order to make application for a room it is 
necessary to sign a room-contract, which will be sent on applica- 
tion, and return it with the fee of fifteen dollars to the Secretary 
of the College. A deposit of fifteen dollars must also be made 
by each student in residence in order to insure the tenure of her 
room for the following academic year. This sum will be for- 
feited if formal notice of withdrawal is not filed at the secretary's 
office on or before May first of the current year. 

Every applicant giving up later than the first of September the 



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room or suite of rooms assigned to her for the ensuing academic 
year is responsible for the rent thereof for the whole year. 
Every applicant for a room for the second semester is responsible 
for the rent of the room or suite of rooms assigned to her for 
this semester, unless she gives formal notice of withdrawal 
to the Secretary before the first of January. The charges for 
room-rent are not subject to remission or deduction under any 
circumstances, or in case of withdrawal for any cause whatever, 
even though during the currency of a semester, term, or year 
paid for in advance the student shall be dismissed. The 
appUcant is not entitled to dispose of the rooms thus left vacant, 
this right being reserved exclusively by the college. 

Any student who changes her room is required to pay an extra fee of fifteen dollars. 

Students are expected to provide their own rugs smd towels, but in every other respect 
the rooms are completely furnished. Electric reading lamps, table napkina, sheets, etc., 
are provided by the college. No part whatever need be taken by the students in the care 
of their own rooms. 

There are open fire-places in nearly all the studies and in many single rooma, but the 
rooms are sufficiently heated by steam. The air in each room is changed every ten minutes, 
and the temperature is regulated by a thermostat in each room. The students' personal 
washing may be done by any laundry recommended by the college for 50 cents a dozen, or 
about $8 a half-year for one dozen pieces a week. 

Accommodation is provided for graduate students that wish to remain at the college 
during the Christmas and Easter vacations at SI. 20 a day or S8.40 a week. At Christ- 
mas the college halls are closed, but accommodation is provided on or near the college 
campus. At Easter graduate students may occupy their own rooms in the halls of 
residence at the above rate. Graduate students remaining during the vacations in the 
neighborhood of Bryn Mawr are required to take advantage of these arrangements and 
will be charged at the above rates for the period of the vacation unless they inform the 
Secretary of the College in advance of their intention to spend the vacation elsewhere, 
and register their addresses in the college office. 

The health of the students is under the charge of a Health 
Committee consisting of the President, the Dean of the College, 
the Director of Athletics, the Senior Warden, and the physicians 
of the college. 

The Assistant Physician of the College is in her office in the 
college during the hours from four to five-thirty of every after- 
noon, except Sunday, and may be consulted by the students 
without charge. 

Every student entering the coUege will be vaccinated imless 
she can furnish satisfactory proof that she has been success- 
fully vaccinated not more than two years previously. 

The conduct of the students in all matters not purely aca- 
demic, or affecting the management of the halls of residence, or 



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the student body as a whole, is in the hands of the Students' 
Association for Self-Government, which was organised in 1892. 
All persons studying in Br>Ti Mawr College, whether graduates 
or undergraduates, are members of this association. 

The college reserves the right to exclude at any time and to 
cancel the fellowships or scholarships held by students whose 
conduct or academic standing renders them- undesirable mem- 
bers of the college community, and in such cases the fees due 
or which may have been paid in advance to the college will 
not be refunded or remitted in whole or in part. 

In 1893 the Brjm Mawr Graduate Association was organized 
by the graduate students then in residence, its object being to 
further the social life of the graduate students and to facihtate 
interchange of opinion with other colleges and universities 
doing graduate work. A room in Denbigh Hall is set apart by 
the college to be used by the members as a club-room. Informal 
meetings are frequently held in this room, and several times 
during the year the Association invites the Faculty' and friends 
of the college to larger social gatherings, which are addressed 
by well-known speakers. 

Summary of Expenses of Graduate Students. 

Tmtion for the semester, payable on registration: 

For one hour* a -week of lectures .* S 10 . 00 

For t-wo hours a week of lectures S 20 . 00 

For three hours a week of lectures S 30.00 

For four or five hours a week of lectures S 40 . 00 

For six or more hours a week of lectures S 62 . 50 

Room-rent for the academic year, payable on registration S 50.00 

Board for the semester payable on registration S112.50 

Total expenses for the academic year: 

Tuition fee, for six or more hours a week of lectures S125.00 

Room-rent S 50.00 

Board $225.00 

Infirmary fee $ 5 . 00 

Total for tmtion, residence, and infirmary care for the academic year. . §405.00 
Laboratory fees for the academic year SIO to S36 

Students whose fees are not paid before November first in 
the first semester and before March first in the second semester 
are not permitted to continue in residence or in attendance 
on their classes. 

*See footnote, page 63. 



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The Stubexts' Loak Fund of Bbtn Mawb College was founded by the Class of 
1890 for the purpose of receiving contributions, however small, from those who are inter- 
ested in aiding students to obtain an education. The money thus contributed is distributed 
in the form of partial aid; and as a loan. It is as a rule applied to the assistance of those 
students onlj- who have attended courses in the college for at least one year. The Fund ia 
managed by a committee consisting of the President of the College and representatives of 
the Alumnse Association of BrjTi Mawr College. The committee reports yearly to the 
Board of Trustees and to the Alumnae Association. The committee consists of the follow- 
ing members: President ~M. Carej- Thomas; Miss Martha G. Thomas, Secretary and 
Treasurer, BrjTi !MawT College; Mrs. Edward Wyatt Evans, 151 East Coulter Street, 
Germantown, Philadelphia; Miss Ethel Pew, ^Morris Avenue, Brj-n !Mawr, Pa., Miss 
Kathrine Leonard Howell, 3307 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia, and ]Mrs. Robert Darrah 
Jenks, 1704 Rittenhouse Street, Philadelphia. Contributions may be sent to any member 
of the committee. Applications for loans should be sent to the Treasurer of the com- 
mittee, and aU applications for any given year should be made before May Ist of the 
preceding academic year. 

Libraries. 

The fact that the college is situated in the suburbs of Phila- 
delphia enables the student to make use of all the resources of 
the libraries of Philadelphia, as well as those of the college 
proper. 

The college hljiary has been collected ^^'itllill the past thirty 
years, and is designed to be, as far as possible, a library for 
special study. There are at present on its shelves about sev- 
enty-five thousand bound volumes, and ten thousand disser- 
tations and pamphlets, the collection including the classical 
library of the late Professor Sauppe, of Gottingen, which was 
presented to the college in 1894, and the Semitic library of the 
late Professor Amiaud, of Paris, acquired in 1892. A more 
detailed description of these two collections maj^ be found on 
pages 77 and 100. 

The sum of about seven thousand dollars is expended yearly 
for books under the direction of the heads of the several col- 
legiate departments, and, in addition to many gifts of books, 
about twenty thousand dollars has been presented to the hbrary 
during the past ten years for expenditure in special departments. 
Over four hundred publications and reviews in the English, 
German, Greek, French, Italian, Spanish, and Swedish lan- 
guages, are taken by the library, as follows: 

General and Miscellaneous Periodicals. 



Abhandlungen der Koniglichen Bayeri- 
schen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu 
Munchen. 



Academy. 
*Ainherst Graduates' Quarterly. 
Annales Politiques et Litt^raires. 



' Presented by the Publishers. 



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Athenaeum. 

Atlantic Monthly. 

*Bibliothdque de la Faculte des Lettres 
de rUniversit6 de Paris. 

Bookman. 

Bookman (English). 
*Book News Monthly. 

Bookseller. 
*Bryn Mawr Alumnae Quarterly. 

Bulletin of Bibliography. 
*Bulletin of the New York Public Library. 
^Bulletin of the Pan-American Union. 

Century. 
*Columbia University Quarterly. 

Contemporary Review. 

Country Life in America. 

Cimiulative Book Index. 

Deutsche Rundschau. 

Dial. 

Drama. 

Edinburgh Review. 

English Review. 

Fortnightly Review. 

Forum. 

Gottingische Gelehrte Anzeigen. 

Harper's Monthly Magazine. 

Harper's Weekly. 

Harvard Graduates' Magazine. 

L'lUustration. 

Independent. 

Jahresverzeichniss der an den deutschen 
Schulanstalten erschienenen Abhand- 
lungen. 
*Johns Hopkins University, Circulars. 

Library Journal. 

Literary Digest. 

Masses. 

McClure's Magazine. 

Memorial de la Libraire Frangaise. 

Mercure de France. 

Mind and Body. 

*Monthly Bulletin of the Carnegie Library 
of Pittsburgh. 

Miinchener aUgemeine Zeitung. 

Nachrichten von der Koniglichen Gesell- 
schaft der Wissenschaften, Gottingen. 



Nation. 

Nation (English). 

Neue Rundschau. 

New Republic. 

New Statesman. 

New York Times Index. 

Nineteenth Century. 

North American Review. 

Notes and Queries. 

Nuova Antologia. 

Outlook. 
*Pennsylvania Library Notes. 

Preussische Jahrbucher. 

Public Affairs Information Service, 
BuUetin. 

Publishers' Weekly. 

Punch. 

Quarterly Review. 

Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature. 

Review of Reviews. 

Revue Critique d'Histoire et de Littfir- 
ature. 

Revue de Paris. 

Revue des Deux Mondes. 

Revue Politique et LittSraire: Revue 
Bleue. 

Saturday Review. 

Scribner's Magazine. 

Sewanee Review. 

Sitzungsberichte der Koniglichen Baj-eri- 
schen Akademie der Wissenschaften. 

Sitzungsberichte der Koniglichen Preussi- 
schen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu 
Berlin. 

Spectator. 

Der Tiirmer. 
*Tipyn o' Bob. 

^University of California, Publications. 
*University of Colorado, Studies. 
*University of Missouri, Studies. 
*University of Nebraska, Studies. 
*University of Nevada, Studies. 
*University of Texas, Studies. 
*University of Washington, Studies. 

Die Woche. 

World's Work. 



*Bryn Mawr News. 
New York Evening Post. 
New York Times. 



Newspapers. 

*Boston Transcript. 
Philadelphia Public Ledger. 
London Times. 



Art and Archaeology. 



American Journal of Archaeology. 
Art and Archaeology. 
Art in America. 



British School at Athens, Annual. 
*BuUetin of the Metropolitan Museum of 
Art, New York. 



* Presented by the Publishers. 



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Burlington Magazine. 

Denkmaler der Malerei des Altertiims. 

Ephemeris Archaiologike. 

Jahxbuch des Kaiserlich deutschen archao- 
logischen Instituts. 

Jahreshefte des osterreichischen archao- 
logischen Instituts in "Wien. 

Journal of Hellenic Studies. 

MittheUungen und Xachrichten des Deut- 
schen Palastina Vereins. 



^MittheUungen des Kaiserlich deutschen 

archffiologischen Instituts, Athenische 

AbteLLung. 
ilittheilungen des Kaiserlich deutschen 

archaologischen Instituts, Romische 

Abteilung. 
*Miiseum of Fine Arts Bulletin, Boston. 
Xotizie degli Scavi di Antichita. 
Revue Archeologique. 
Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palastina 

Vereins. 



Economics and Politics. 



*Advocate of Peace. 

All Opinions of the U. S. Supreme Court. 
*Anierican Association for International 
Conciliation, Publications. 

American City. 

American Economic Review. 
*American Economist. 

American Federationist. 

American Industries. 

American Journal of International Law. 

American Journal of Sociology. 

American Labor Legislation Review. 

American Political Science Review. 
*The Americas. 

Annalist. 

Annals of the American Academy of 
Political and Social Science. 

BibUographie der Sozialwissenschaften. 
*Blatter fur zwischenstaatliche Organisa- 
tion. 
*Bulletin of the New York State Depart- 
ment of Labor. 
^Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, 
Economics and PoUtical Science Series. 

Charity Organization Review. 

Child Labor Bulletin. 

City Plan. 

Columbia Law Review. 

Colvimbia Studies in History, Economics 
and Public Law. 

Cooperarive Consumer. 

Economic Journal. 

Great Britain, Quarterly List of OfiBcial 
Publications. 

Handbuch der offentUchen Rechte. 

Harvard Law Review. 
*Infltitution Quarterly. 

International Socialist Review. 



Jahrbucher fur Nationalokonomie und 

Statistik. 
Johns Hopkins University Studies in 

Historical and Political Science. 
Journal of Criminal Law. 
Journal of Heredity. 
Journal of Political Economy. 
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. 
Labor Gazette. 
Municipal Research. 
National Municipal Review. 
Plaj-ground. 

Political Science Quarterly. 
Proceedings of the Academy of Political 

Science. 
Proceedings of the National Conference of 

Charities and Cortections. 
PubUcations of the American Economic 

A-ssociation. 
Publications of the American Statistical 

Association. 
Quarterly Journal of Economics. 
Revue Bibliographique. 
♦Single Tax Review. 

Social Hygiene. 
*Southem Workman. 
Survey. 
*U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bulletin. 
*University of Illinois, Studies in Social 

Sciences. 
*University of Missouri Studies, Social 

Science Series. 
♦University of Pennsylvania Publications, 

Series in Political Economy and Pub- 
lic Law. 
Yale Review. 
Zeitschrift fur Volkswirtschaft, Social- 

politik u. Verwaltung. 



fBerichte der Dalcroze Schule. 
Education. 
Educational Review. 



EdtLcation. 

Educational Times. 
Elementary School JoumaL 
TRngUsh JoumaL 



* Presented by the Publishers. 



t Suspended publication. 



71 



Journal of Experimental Pedagogy. 
♦Journal of the Association of Collegiate 
Alumnae. 

Lehrproben und Lehrgange. 

Manual Training Magazine. 

National Education Association, Publica- 
tions. 

Padagogische Studien. 

Pedagogical Seminary. 
fRevue Internationale de I'Enseignement 
Supfirieiu'. 



Revue Universitaire. 

School and Society. 

School Journal. 

School Review. 

School Science and Mathematics. 
*U. S. Bureau of Education, Bulletin, 
♦University of California Publications, 
Education. 

Zeitschrift fiir Padagogische Psychologie. 

Zeitschrift fiir Schulgestindheitspflege. 



History. 



American Historical Association, Reports. 

American Historical Review. 
♦Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, 
History Series. 

English Historical Review. 

Historical Manuscripts Commission, Re- 
ports. 

Historische Vierteljahrschrift. 

Historische Zeitschrift. 
♦Illinois State Historical Society Journal. 

Jahresberichte der Geschichtswissenschaft. 

Klio, Beitrage zur alten Geschichte. 



New York Times Current History of the 
European War. 

Pennsylvania Magazine of History. 

Revolution Frangaise. 

Revue des fitudes Napol6oniennes. 
♦Revue des Questions Historiques. 

Revue Historique. 

Royal Historical Society, Transactions. 

Selden Society, Publications. 
♦University of Pennsylvania Publications, 
Series in History. 



Philology and Literature, Classical. 



fBulletin Bibliographique et P^dagogique 

du Mus6e Beige. 
Classical Journal. 
Classical Philology. 
Classical Quarterly. 
Classical Review. 
Classical Weekly. 

Commentationes Philologae Jenenses. 
Dissertationes PhUologicse Halenses. 
Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. 
Hermes. 
Jahresbericht iiber die Fortschritte der 

Klassischen Altertumswissenschaft. 
Journal of Roman Studies. 
tLe MusSe Beige, Revue de Philologie 

Classique. 



Mnemosyne. 

Philologische Untersuchungen. 

Philologus. 

Quellen und Forschungen zur lateinischen 

Philologie. 
tRevue de Philologie. 
fRevue des ifitudes Grecques. 

Rheinisches Museum fiir Philologie. 

Rivista di Filologia. 

Sokrates. 

Studi ItaUani di Filologia Classica. 
tStudi Storici per I'Antichita Classica. 

Wiener Studien, Zeitschrift fur klassische 
Philologie. 

Wochenschrift fiir klassische Philologie, 



Philology and Literature, General and Comparative. 



American Journal of Philology. 

BerUner philologische Wochenschrift. 
fEranos. 

Indogermanische Forschungen. 

Journal of English and Germanic Philol- 
ogy. 

Journal of Philology. 

Neue Jahrbucher fiir das klassische Alter- 
tum, Geschichte und deutsche Literatur. 



Philological Society, London, Publications. 
Transactions of the American Philological 

Association. 
Zeitschrift fur die osterreichischen Gym- 

nasien. 
tZeitschrift fur vergleichende Sprachior- 

schvmg. 



* Presented by the Publishers. 



t Suspended publication. 



72 



Acta Germanica. 
Anglia. 

Anglistische Forschungeii. 
t-Annales Romantiques. 
fArchiv fur das Studimn der neueren i 

Sprachen. 
Arclii^-io Glottologico Italiano. 
Arkiv for Nordisk Filologi. 
Beiblatt zur Anglia: 2Mitteiluiigen iiber 

englische Sprache und Litteratur. 
Beitrage zur Geschichte der deutschen 

Sprache und Literatur. 
BibKographical Society of London; Trans- 
actions. 
Bonner Studien zur englischen PhUologie. 
British Society of Franciscan Studies. 
Bulletin de la Soci6t6 des Anciens Testes 

Frangais. 
Bulletin hispanique. 
Chaucer Society Publications (both 

series). 
Deutsche Literaturzeitung. 
Deutsche Teste des Mittelalters. 
Dialect Notes. 
Early English Text Society PubKcations 

(both series). 
Englische Studien. 
Euphorion. 
Forschungen zur Xeueren Literaturge- 

schichte. 
German American Annals. 
Germanisch-romanische Monatsschrift. 
Giomale Dantesco. 

Giomale Storico deUa Letteratura ItaUana. 
Goethe Jahrbuch. 

Henrj' Bradshaw Society, Publications. 
Jahrbuch der deutschen Shakespeare 

Gesellschaft. 
Jahrbuch des Vereins fur niederdeutsche 

Sprachforschung. 
Jahresbericht iiber die Erscheinungen auf 

dem Gebiete der germanischen Philo- 

logie. 
Kieler Studien zur englischen Philologie. 
Korrespondenzblatt des Vereins fur nieder- 
deutsche Sprachforschung. 
fKritischer Jahresbericht tiber die Fort- 

schritte der romanischen Philologie. 
The Library. 



Philology and Literature, Modern. 

Literarische Echo. 



Literarisches Centralblatt. 
Literatvirblatt fur germanische und roman- 
ische Philologie. 
fLe maltre Phon^tique. 
Malone Society, Publications. 
Materialen zur Kunde des alteren Engli- 
schen Dramas, 
^lodem Language Notes. 
Jvlodem Language Review. 
Modem Philology-, 
^liinchener Beitrage zur romanischen und 

englischen Philologie. 
Palaestra. 
Poet-lore. 

Praeger deutsche Studien. 
Publications of the Modem Language 

Association. 
QueUen und Forschungen zur Sprach- imd 
Cultirrgeschichte der germanischen 
Volker. 
Rassegna BibUografica. 
Revue Celtique. 

Re%-ue d'TTistoire Litt^raire de la France. 
tRevue Germanique. 
Revue Hispanique. 
Romania. 
Romanic Review. 
Romanische Forschungen. 
Schriften der Goethe Gesellschaft. 
Scottish Test Society, Publications. 
Soci6t6 des Anciens Testes Franfais, Pub- 
lications. 
Soci6t6 des Testes Frangais jSIodernes, 

Publications. 
Studien zur englischen Philologie. 
University of North CaroUna. Studies 

in Philologj'. 
Wiener Beitrage ziu- englischen Philologie. 
Yale, Studies in English. 
Zeitschrift fur den deutschen L'nt-erricht. 
Zeitschrift fiir deutsche Philologie. 
Zeitschrift fiir deutsches Altertum und 

deutsche Litteratur. 
Zeitschrift fiir deutsche Wortforschung. 
Zeitschrift fiir franzosische Sprache und 
Litteratur. 
fZeitschrift fiir romanische Philologie. 



Philology and Literature, Semitic. 



American Journal of Semitic Languages 

and Literatures. 
Babyloniaca. 

Jewish Quarterly Re^-iew. 
Proceedings of the Society of Biblical 

Archffiology. 



fRecueU de Travaux relatifs 4 la Philologie 
et 4 rArchfiologie 6gyptiennes at 

assjTiennes. 
fZeitschrift fiir agyptische Sprache und 

Altertumskunde. 
Zeitschrift fiir Assj-riologie. 



t Suspended publication. 



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Philosophy and Psychology. 



American Journal of Psychology. 

Ann6e Psychologique. 

Archiv fiir die gesammte Psychologie 

Archiv fiir Geschichte der Philosophie. 

Archiv fiir systematische Philosophie. 

Archives de Psychologie. 

Archives of Psychology. 

Berichte tiber den Kongress fiir experi- 
mentelle Psychologie. 

British Journal of Psychology. 

British Journal of Psychology: Mono- 
graph Supplements. 
tBulletin de I'lnstitut Psychologique. 

Fortschritte der Psychologie. 

Hibbert Journal. 

International Journal of Ethics. 
fJournal de Psychologie. 

Journal fiir Psychologie und Neurologie. 

Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 

Journal of Animal Behaviour. 

Journal of Educational Psychology. 

Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and 
Scientific Methods. 

Journal of Religious Psychology. 

Logos. 

Mind. 



Monist. 

Philosophical Magazine. 

Philosophical Review. 

Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. 

Psychological Bulletin. 

Psychological Clinic. 

Psychological Review. 

Psychological Review; Monograph Sup- 
plements. 

Psychological Review; Psychological In- 
dex. 

Psychologische Arbeiten. 

Psychologische Studien. 
fRevue de M^taphysique. 
tRevue de Psychoth^rapie. 

Revue Philosophique. 
*Univer8ity of Toronto Studies, Psychology 
Series. 

Vierteljahrschrift fiir wissenschaftliche 
Philosophie u. Soziologie. 

Zeitschrift fiir angewandte Psychologie. 

Zeitschrift fiir Psychologie und Physio- 
logic der Sinnesorgane : 1. Abt., Zeit- 
schrift fiir Psychologie. 2. Abt. Zeit- 
schrift fiir Sinnesphysiologie. 



*Alaskan Churchman. 

American Friend. 

American Journal of Theology. 

BibUcal World. 
*Deaconess Advocate. 

Expositor. 

Expository Times. 

Harvard Theological Review. 
JHerald of Gospel Liberty. 
JIndian's Friend. 
tlntercoUegian. 
fJournal of Biblical Literature. 



Religion. 

Journal of Theological Studies. 

Proceedings of the Society of Biblical 

Archaeology. 
♦Publications of the American Jewish 
Historical Society. 

Religious Education. 

Revue Biblique. 
*Spirit of Missions. 
♦Student World. 
♦Woman's Missionary Friend. 
♦World Outlook. 



Science, 

American Journal of Anatomy. 

American Journal of Physiology. 

American Naturalist. 

Anatomischer Anzeiger. 

Archiv fiir Anatomie und Physiologic. 

Archiv fiir die gesammte Physiologic. 

Archiv fiir Entwicklungsmechanik der 

Organismen. 
Archiv fiir mikroskopische Anatomie. 
Bibliographia Physiologica. 
Biologisches Centralblatt. 



Biology. 

Biometrika. 

Botanisches Centralblatt. 

Centralblatt fiir Physiologic. 

Eugenics Laboratory Memoirs. 
♦Illinois Biological Monographs. 

Jahrbiicher fiir wissenschaftliche Botanik. 
fJournal de Physiologic. 

Journal of Biological Chemistry. 

Journal of Experimental Medicine. 

Journal of Experimental Zoology. 

Journal of Genetics. 



♦ Presented by the Publishers. 



f Suspended publication. 



:j: In Christian Association Library. 



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Journal of Morphology. 

Journal of Physiology. 

Journal of the Royal Microscopical 

Society. 
♦Midland Naturalist. 
Mittheilungen aus der Zoologischen Sta- 
tion zu Neapel. 
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical 
Science. 
♦University of California Publications, 

Physiology. 
♦University of California Publications, 
Zoology. 

Science, 

American Journal of Science. 
Atti deUa Reale Accademia deUa Scienze 
di Torino. 
♦British Association for the Advancement 

of Science, Reports. 
♦Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, 
Science Series. 
Comptes Rendus des Seances de I'Aca- 

d6mie des Sciences. 
Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society Journal. 
International Catalogue of Scientific Lit- 
■ erature. 

Kansas University, Science Bulletin. 
Nature. 
♦New York State Museum Bulletin. 



♦University of Pennsylvania, Contribu- 
tions from the Botanical Laboratories. 
♦University of Pennsylvania, Contribu- 
tions from the Zoological Laboratories. 
♦University of Toronto Studies, Biological 
Series. 
University of Toronto Studies, Physio- 
logical Series. 
Zeitschrift fiir wissenschaftliche Zoologie. 
Zoologischer Anzeiger. 



General. 

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal 

Society of London. 
Proceedings of the American Philosophical 

Society. 
Proceedings of the Royal Society of 

London. 
Pubhc Health Nurse Quarterly. 
Science. 

Scientific American and Supplement. 
Scientific Monthly. 
♦Technology Review. 
♦U. S. National Museum, Publications. 
♦University of Missouri Studies, Science 
Series. 



Science, Geology 

Centralblatt fiir Mineralogie. 

Economic Geology. 

Geographical Journal. 

Geological Magazine. 

Geologisches Centralblatt. 
♦Georgia Geological Survey Bulletin. 
♦Illinois Geological Survey Bulletin. 

Journal of Geography. 

Journal of Geology. 

Meteorologische Zeitschrift. 

Mineralogical Magazine. 



and Geography. 

Mineralogische und petrographische Mit- 
theilungen. 
National Geographic Magazine. 
Neues Jahrbuch fiir Mineralogie, Geologic 

und Palseontologie. 
Philadelphia Geographical Society Bulletin . 
Quarterly Journal of the Geological 

Society. 
Resources of Tennessee. 
♦U. S. Monthly Weather Review. 
♦University of Toronto Studies, Geological 
Series. 



Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics. 



Acta Mathematica. 

American Journal of Mathematics. 

Annalen der Chemie. 

Annalen der Physik. 

Annales de Chimie. 

Annales de Physique. 

Annales Scientifiques de I'Ecole Normale 

Sup6rieure. 
Annali di Matematica. 



Astrophysical Journal. 

Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik. 

Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesell- 

schaft. 
BibUotheca Mathematica. 
BoUettino di Bibhografia e Storia deUe 

Scienze Matematiche. 
Bulletin de la Soci6t6 Chimique de France. 
Bulletin de la SocidtS Mathlmatique. 



♦ Presented by the Publishers. 



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BuUetin des Sciences MathSmatiques. 
Bulletin of the American Mathematical 

Society. 
Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics. 
Chemisches Zentralblatt. 
Giornale di Mathematiche. 
Jahrbuch iiber die Fortschritte der 

Mathematik. 
Jahresbericht der deutschen Mathematiker 

Vereinigung. 
Journal de Chimie physique. 
Journal de Math6matiques. 
fjournal de Physique. 
Journal fiir die reine und angewandte 

Mathematik. 
Journal fiir praktische Chemie, 
Journal of the London Chemical Society. 
Journal of Physical Chemistry. 
Kolloidzeitschrift. 



Mathematische Annalen. 

Messenger of Mathematics. 

Monatschefte fiir Chemie. 

Physical Review. 

Physikalische Zeitschrift. 

Proceedings of the London Mathematical 
Society. 

Quarterly Journal of Mathematics. 

Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di 
Palermo. 

Science Abstracts. 

Transactions of the American Mathe- 
matical Society. 
*U. S. Bureau of Standards Bulletin. 

Zeitschrift fiir anorganische Chemie. 

Zeitschrift fiir Elektrochemie. 

Zeitschrift fiir Mathematik und Physik. 

Zeitschrift fiir phy^ikahsche Chemie. 



The library is open daily from eight a. m. to ten p. m. Books 
may be taken out by the students unless specially reserved for 
library reference use. 

There are in Philadelphia the following important libraries 
which are available for students: 

The Library Company of Philadelphia, which contains about 
245,000 volumes, divided between the Locust Street Building 
and the Ridgway Branch. Its valuable collection of pamphlets 
is included in the number of volumes as given above. The 
Library is open from nine a, m. to six p. m., and is open to 
students for consultation freely during these hours. To take 
books from the building a deposit must be made or subscrip- 
tions will be received as follows: Twelve dollars for one year, 
six dollars for six months, four dollars for three months. 

The Mercantile Library, which contains about 210,869 volumes 
and 22,911 pamphlets. Private subscription, $5.00 a year for 
two separate works at a time. 

The Library of the Academy of Natural Sciences, which contains 
about 80,700 volumes. The Council of the Academy has 
generously conceded the use of its library and of its museum 
to the students of Bryn Mawr College. 

The Library of the Unioersity of Pennsylvania, which contains 
about 413,500 volumes and 50,000 pamphlets. The custodians 



* Presented by the Publishers. 



t Suspended publication. 



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of this library have always shown great courtesy in placing rare 
volumes at the disposal of the college. 

The Free Library of Philadelphia, which contains about 
565,550 volumes and 229,607 pamphlets, and is at all times 
open to the students for consultation. 

The American Philosophical Society Library, which contains 
about 65,500 volumes, admission by card. 

The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Library, which con- 
tains over 139,000 volumes, and 295,000 pamphlets, is for refer- 
ence only. Every courtesy is extended to members of the 
college. 

Sanskrit and Comparative Philology. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
a non-resident lecturer in Sanskrit. 

Graduate Coueses. 
The following graduate courses are offered in each year: 
Lectures on Comparative Philology and Philological Seminary. 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 
Students entering this course are expected to be familiar with German and French. 
A short preliminary course in Sanskrit is also of great aid to the student. The lectures on 
comparative philologj- treat of the connection of the Greek and Latin languages with the 
related languages of the Indo-European group, first, phonetically, secondly, from the point 
of ^^ew of grammatical forms, and lastly, from the point of view of syntax. In the first 
part of the course which covers what during the last few years has been the field of the 
most active research the student is introduced to the latest theories and discoveries in 
Arj-an phonetics, and is expected to read and criticise the articles appearing from time to 
time in the philological journals, and to prepare reports on these articles. The same method 
is pursued during the investigation of the history of forms; and in the third part of the 
course the student begins the study of comparative sj-ntax by a close comparison of the use 
of cases and verbal forms in Sanskrit, Greek, and Latin. 

Elementary Sanskrit. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Whitney's Grammar is used, and the classical selections from Lanman's Reader are read. 
Lectures are given on the phonology and morphology of .Sanskrit. 

The courses in Comparative Philology and in Elementary Sanskrit will not, as a rule, 
be given in the same year. 

Second Year Sanskrit. One or two hours a week throughoxU the year. 

The Vedic selections in Lanman's Reader are read, with some additional hymns from the 
Rigveda. Selections from the classical literature are read at sight. Exercises in etymology 
are given to supplement the lectures on the phonology. 

Advanced Sanskrit. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Selected texts are read: the Bhagaiad-GUa; Kalidasa's Qakuntald, Acts I and II, with 
a careful study of the Prakrit; selected hymns of the Athartaveda. During the second 
semester the course is conducted as a seminary, with use of the native commentaries. 



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Greek. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Henry Nevill Sanders, Professor of Greek; Dr. Wilmer Cave 
Wright, Associate Professor of Greek; Dr. George A. Barton, 
Professor of BibHcal Literature and Semitic Languages, and Miss 
Abby Kirk, Reader in Elementary Greek. 

Exceptional facilities for the study of all departments of clas- 
sical philology are offered by the large classical library owned 
by the College. The greater part of this library is formed by 
the well-known collection of the late Professor Hermann Sauppe 
of Gottingen, which was acquired in 1894. This has been 
supplemented by purchases made by the college library, so that 
the classical library now numbers some seven thousand volumes, 
including complete sets of most of the important journals, and 
about seven thousand dissertations and monographs. 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate courses in Greek are varied from year to year in two 
series, Attic Tragedy, Orators, and Historians, and the Homeric 
Question, Plato, and Aristophanes, in order that they may be pursued 
by a student for consecutive years. Students electing Greek as a major 
subject for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy must offer not less than two 
seminaries and the journal club for two years and if Greek be also elected 
as the associated minor the candidate must offer two seminaries and one 
journal club for three years. A List of approved associated minors and 
independent minors is given in the Regulations of the Academic Council. 
The post-major courses also are open to graduate students. A large part 
of the work expected of graduate students consists of courses of reading 
pursued under the direction of the department, and reports of this reading 
are from time to time required of the students. A reading knowledge of 
French and German is required. The course in Comparative Philology 
is recommended to graduate students of Greek. For graduate courses in 
Classical Archaeology, which may be offered as an associated or independent 
minor by students taking Greek as a major for the degree of Doctor of 
Philosophy, see pages 127 to 128. 

No undergraduates are admitted to gi-aduate com-ses. 

Dr. Sanders conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Greek Seminary. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 Greek Orators are studied in the seminary. The work consists of the 
reading of large portions of all the orators and the critical interpretation of a selected 
part of each. Lectures are given on legal antiquities, the syntax, and the style of the 



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various authors, in conjunction with which Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the Greek 
Rhetoricians are studied. The later rhetoricians are treated and their criticism of 
antiquity investigated. Students are expected to provide themselves with the Teubner 
text editions of AntiphQn, Andocides, Lysias, Isocrates, Isaeus, jEschines, Hypereides, 
and Demosthenes. The classical library is well equipped with works on the orators. 

In 1916-17 Greek Historians will be the main subject of the seminary. Thucydides 
is studied in detail and reports are made on data of history contained in Greek literature 
in general. Lectures are given by the instructor on subjects connected with Greek his- 
toriography, such as the composition of Thucydides's history, the syntax and style of 
Thucydides, the history of early prose, Greek historical inscriptions. 

In 1917-18 Attic Tragedy will be the subject of the seminary. The work of the sem- 
inary in textual criticism is devoted to ^schylus. Members of the seminary report on 
assigned subjects and give critical summaries of current classical literature. 

Dr. Wright conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Greek Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 the Homeric Question is the subject of the seminary, and the work consists 
of a review of the discussions of the Homeric poems since the publication of Wolf's Pro- 
legomena. The various tests that have been applied to the poems by archaeologists, lin- 
guists, historians of myths, and aesthetic critics are taken up and criticised in detail. 

In 1916-17 Aristophanes will be the subject of the seminary. The aim of the seminary 
is to make the students familiar with the more important Aristophanic literature up to 
the present day. Portions of the text are interpreted by the class and reports on assigned 
topics, literary, historical, and archaeological, connected with the plays are expected from 
all the members. All the comedies of Aristophanes are read in the course of the year; 
lectures are given by the instructor on the metres and syntax of Aristophanes, on the 
dramatic structure of the plays and on the history of Attic comedy. Part of the work 
consists of analyses of Latin and German dissertations on Aristophanes which are presented 
by members of the class. Every member of the class should provide herself in advance 
with a complete text of Aristophanes. The Clarendon Press (Oxford) edition is recom- 
mended. 

In 1917-18 Plato will be the subject of the seminary. The work is mainly literary and 
critical. Lectures on the style, philosophy, and chronology of the dialogues are given by 
the instructor; a detailed interpretation of a portion of Plato, and reports on topics set 
for discussion are given by the class. The students are expected to read the Republic, 
Thecetetus, Parmenides, and Sophist and discuss certain problems arising from these dia- 
logues. The aim of the course is to lay a foundation for independent work by familiaris- 
ing the students with the achievements of German scholarship and the general field of 
Platonic literature up to the present day. Analyses of German and Latin dissertations 
are expected from the class. Lutoslawski's Origin and Growth of Plato's Logic is criticised 
in detail. Every member of the seminary should provide herself in advance with a com- 
plete text of Plato. The Clarendon Press (Oxford) edition is recommended. 

Dr. Sanders and Dr. Wright together conduct the Greek 
journal club: 

Greek Journal Club. One and a half hours once a fortnight throughout the year. 

The advanced students and the instructors meet to report on and discuss recent articles 
and books on subjects connected with the Greek classics. 

Post-Major Coitrses. 

Dr. Sanders offers in 1915-16 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 



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^SChylus, Oresteia. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

Aristophanes, Acharnians, Knights. One hour a week during the first semester. 
Pindar. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Sophocles, Electra or Euripides, Electra. 

One hour a week during the second semester. 

Dr. Sanders offers in 1916-17 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 

Minor Orations of the Attic Orators. Two hours a week during the first semester. 
Sophocles, Antigone or Oedipus Tyrannus. 

One hour a week during the first semester. 

iEschylus, Agamemnon or Thucydides. 

Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Greek Prose Composition. One hour a week during the second semester. 

Dr. Sanders offers in 1917-18 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 

Sophocles, Trachinioe and Euripides, Heracles. 

Two hours a week during the first semester. 

Herodotus. One hour a week during the first semester. 

Greek Prose Composition. One hour a week during the second semester. 

Bacchylides. One hour a week during the second semester. 

Euripides, Bacchoe. One hour a week during the second semester. 

Dr. Wright offers in 1915-16 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 

Palatine Anthology or Lucian. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

Sophocles, Ajax. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Dr. Wright offers in 1916-17 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students : 

Melic Poets. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

Plato, Republic. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Dr. Wright offers in 1917-18 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 

Theocritus. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

.^schylus, Septem. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Free Elective Courses. 

Minor and major courses amounting to seven hours a week are offered 
in Classical Art and Archaeology; see pages 128 to 129. 



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Latin. 

The mstruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Arthur LesUe Wheeler, Professor of Latin, Dr. Tenney 
Frank, Professor of Latin, Dr. James Fulton Ferguson, Asso- 
ciate Professor of Ancient History and Latin, and Dr. Mary 
Hamilton Swindler, Reader in Latin and Reader and Demon- 
strator in Classical Archseolog}'. 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate work in Latin Ls conducted according to the seminary 
method, and is intended not only to broaden the student's knowledge, but 
also to teach methods of work. The graduate coui'ses in Latin are varied 
from year to j-ear in three series, Roman Comedj-, hycic Poetry, and Elegj- 
and Roman Epic Poetry, Cicero's Correspondence and Epigraphy. Stu- 
dents electing Latin as a major subject for the degree of Doctor of Phil- 
osophy must offer not less than two seminaries and the journal club for 
two years and if Latin be also elected as the associated minor the candi- 
date must offer two seminaries and the jom'nal club for three years. A 
list of approved associated and independent minors is given in the Regu- 
lations of the Academic Council. It is desirable that all students who 
intend to do advanced work in Latin should have some knowledge of Greek. 
A reading knowledge of French and German is also necessarj'. 

No undergraduates are admitted to graduate courses. 

Dr. WTieeler conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Lat in Seminary. Three hours a week throughotU the year. 

In 191.5-16 Latin Comedy is the subject of the seminary. All the plays of Plautus 
and Terence are read by the students; single plays form the basis of special work on the 
language, text, metres, etc. Students should provide themselves with the text edition of 
Plautus, edited by Goetz and Schoell, Leipsic, Teubner, 1892-19(M, or that of W. M. 
Lindsay, Oxford, 1903-04, and -with Dziatzko's text of Terence, Leipsic, Tauchnitz, 1884. 
The plays of Plautus, annotated by Brix, Leipsic, Teubner, 1901-12, and by Lorenz, 
Berlin, Weidmann, 1876-86, and the plays of Terence, annotated by Dziatzko (revised by 
Hauler), 1898 and 1913 (Teubner), and by Spengel, 1879 and 1905 (Weidmann), are also 
recommended. P. Terenti Afri Commoedce, edited by S. G. Aahmore, Oxford University 
Press, New York, 1908, is a convenient commentary. 

In 1916-17 Roman Lyric in the Period of the Republic is the subject of the seminary. 
After a rapid survey of the fragmentary lyric remains of the predecessors and contem- 
poraries of CatuUus, the poems of Catullus himself are studied in detail. Students 
should have Catulli carmina (Oxford text, 1904), edited by Robinson Ellis, and either 
the same scholar's Commentary on Catullus, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1889 (second edition) . 
or G. Friedrich's Catulli Veronensis liber, Leipsic and Berlin, 1908 (Teubner). 

In 1917-18 Roman Elegy as represented by Tibullus, Propertius, and Ovid wiU be the 
subject of the seminarj'. In addition to a careful study of selected poems an effort is made 
to trace the historj' of elegj' among the Romans. The various topics connected with the 
subject are treated in detail as far as time permits, and the students are encouraged to 
familiarise themselves with the best literature in editions, periodicals, and dissertations. 



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The texts recommended are the Oxford Clarendon Press editions of Catullus and Tibul- 
lus, edited by Ellis and Postgate, and the Leipsic (Teubner) text of Propertius, edited by 
C. Hosius, 1911. The best commentaries are Kirby Smith's The Elegies of Tibullus, New 
York, 1913 (American Book Co.), and M. Rothstein's Die Elegien des Sexlus Projiertius, 
Berlin, 1898 (Weidmann). For Catullus see Roman Lyric. 

Dr. Frank conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Latin Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 Cicero's Correspondence is the subject of the seminary. An effort is made 
to master typical textual and linguistic problems presented by this text, and more espe- 
cially to extend the student's acquaintance with the Roman civilisation of Cicero's day. 

In 1916-17 Latin Epigraphy and Palaeography will be the work of the seminary. About 
two-thirds of the course is devoted to the study of the Corpus Inscriptionum. The ques- 
tions assigned for investigation deal mainly with Roman political institutions, public 
and private life, and with historical grammar. . Dessau's Inscripliones Lalinae Selectae 
is used in the class room. The paleographical facsimiles of Chatelain, Zangemeister and 
Wattenbach, and Arndt form the basis for work in the latter part of the course. 

In 1917-18 the course will be devoted to a study of the early Roman epic and tragedy. 

Dr. Wheeler and Dr. Frank together conduct the Latin 
journal club. 

Latin Journal Club. One and a half hours once a fortnight throughout the year. 

The advanced students and the instructors meet to report on and discuss recent articles 
and books on subjects connected with the Latin classics. 

Post-Major Courses. 

Dr. Wheeler offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the follow- 
ing post-major course, open to graduate students: 

Roman Satire. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The subject is treated historically in order to give an outline of the origin and develop- 
ment of Satire. The class reads selections from Horace, Persius, Seneca, Petronius, and 
Juvenal, together with some of the fragments of Ennius, Lucilius, and Varro. The read- 
ings are supplemented by occasional lectures. Each student is required to prepare papers 
and reports on assigned topics in each semester. 

Dr. Wheeler offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the 
following post-major course, open to graduate students: 

Roman Elegy. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

An effort is made to trace historically the development of this branch of poetry among 
the Romans. Selections from Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, and Ovid are read. The 
readings are supplemented by occasional lectures. Special attention is devoted to the 
structure and reading of the elegiac distich and to the characteristics of Roman poetic 
diction. Each student is required to prepare papers and reports on assigned topics in each 
semester. 

Dr. Frank offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the follow- 
ing post-major courses, open to graduate students: 

Lucretius and Catullus. Three hours a week during the first semester. 

Selections from the De Rerura Natura and from the lyrics of Catullus are read. 



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Latin Prose Composition. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Cicero and Caesar. Three hours a week during the eecand semeeter. 

An efiort is made by means of lect'ires, diBCUSsions , and extensive reading to gain an 
intimate acquaintance with the Kterarj- vrork and the political careers of Cicero and Csesar. 

Dr. Frank: offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the follow- 
ing post-major coiir.?e.s, open to graduate students: 

The Life and Works of Vergil. Three hours a week during the first semester. 

The larger part of ::^e A-.-.i.d, two books of the Georgics and some of the minor poems are 
read and discussed. 

LatLQ Prose CompOSitioil. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Roman Prose of the Empire. Three hours a week during the second semegter. 

Selections from Yelleius, Seneca, Quintilian, Tacitus, Suetonius, Apxileius, and Minu- 
eius Felix are read. 

Dr. Frank offers in each year the follo^^ing elective course, 
open to graduate students: 

Lectures on Ronian Life. One hour a week througtiout ttie year. 

An attempt is made to describe briefly Roman social and economic conditions, as well 
as the development of reUgious beliefs and institutions. 

]MODEEX LaXGUAGES. 

Professors and instructors: Dr. IM. Carey Thomas, Dr. Fonger 
DeHaan, ISIiss Lucy ^Martin DonneU^-, Dr. Karl Detlev Jessen. 
Dr. Carleton Fairchild Brown, Dr. Richard Thayer Holbrook, 
Dr. Regina Katharine CrandaU, Dr. Agathe Lasch, Dr. Eunice 
]\Iorgan Schenck, Dr. Samuel Claggett Chew, Jr.. Dr. Jean 
Baptists Beck, Mr. Samuel Arthur King, Dr. Pierre Frangois 
Giroud, Dr. Howard James Savage, ]Miss ^lary Jeff^rs, Dr. 
Edna Aston Shearer, Dr. Ida Langdon, ]\Iiss Esther Cloudman 
Dunn, ]Miss EUen Thayer, ^Vliss Clara '^Miitney Crane, Mrs. 
Edith Chapin Craven, Miss EUy Wilhebnina Lawatschek, and 
IVIiss EUen Ehsabeth HiU. 

English. 
The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. ]M. Carey Thomas, Professor of Enghsh, ]Miss Lucy Martin 
Donnelly.* Professor of Enghsh. Dr. Carleton Fairchild Brown, 
Professor of English Philolog;^', Dr. Regina Katharine Cran- 
daU, Director of Essaj- Work, and Associate (electj in English 
Composition, Dr. Samuel Claggett Chew, Jr., Associate and 
Associate Professor (elect; in Enghsh Literature, 'Sir. Samuel 

• Granted leave of abaenc« for the year 1915-16. 



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Arthur King, Non-resident Lecturer in English Diction, Dr. 
Howard James Savage, Lecturer in English Literature and 
Rhetoric and Associate Professor (elect) of English Composi- 
tion and Director (elect) of English Essay Work, Dr. Edna 
Aston Shearer, Dr. Ida Langdon, Miss Esther Cloudman Dunn, 
Miss Clara Whitney Crane, Mrs. Edith Chapin Craven, and 
Miss Ellen Ehsabeth Hill, Readers in Enghsh. 

Graduate Courses. 

There are offered each year graduate seminaries and courses in Enghsh 
hterature and in Enghsh language, and these seminaries and com-ses are 
varied so as to enable candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
to pursue graduate work for three or more successive years. The graduate 
instruction in Enghsh hterature includes the direction of private reading 
and the assignment of topics for investigation. The graduate courses 
in hterature presuppose at least as much knowledge as is obtained in the 
two years' course of undergraduate lectures on English hterature and in 
one of the hteratiu-e com-ses of the English major; and the graduate 
courses in Anglo-Saxon presuppose as much knowledge of Anglo-Saxon 
as is obtained in the language course in the Enghsh major. AU students 
offering EngUsh as a subject for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy must 
have taken at least the equivalent of the essay work in the required Eng- 
lish course. 

Students who elect English literature as their major subject in their 
examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy must offer Enghsh 
philology as the associated minor and those who offer English philology as 
a major subject must offer Enghsh hterature as the associated minor. 
In the major together with the associated minor the student must offer 
two seminaries and a journal club for three years. A list of approved 
independent minors is given in the Regulations of the Academic Council. 

No undergraduates are admitted to graduate courses. 

Dr. Brown conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in Middle English. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 the Beginnmga of English Drama are the subject of the seminary. After 
tracing the emergence of plays in the vernacular from the liturgical drama, the evolution 
of the leading English mystery cycles will be studied. In considering the morality plaj-s, 
their connection with mediaeval allegories, debates, and didactic treatises will be specially 
examined. The lectures given by the instructor are designed to afford a general survey 
of the drama (both religious and secular) in England to the accession of Queen Elizabeth. 
Critical reports on assigned topics are required from the students. 

In 1916-17 Middle English Romances will be the subject of the seminary. .All the 
romances represented in Middle English are read, and the relation of these English versions 
to their Latin and Old French originals are discussed. The romance cycles are taken up 
in the following order: Troy story, Alexander saga, romances of Germanic origin, Arthurian 
cycle, Charlemagne cycle. Special investigations of problems relating to the romances 
are undertaken from time to time by the members of the seminary. 



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In 1917-18 the seminary will undertake the study of The Vision of Piers the Plowman 
and the works of Chaucer. Attention is devoted not so much to the critical reading of 
the texts themselves as to the examination of the questions of authorship and chronology 
which have recently been raised. These poems are also discussed in their relation to the 
other literature of the fourteenth century. Special subjects for individual investigation 
are assigned to the members of the seminary. 

Dr. Brown offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the follow- 
ing graduate course : 

Cynewulf and Csedmon. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Several of the poems traditionally ascribed to these authors are critically studied. Lec- 
tures are given with a view to furnishing a thorough introduction to Anglo-Saxon Christian 
poetry and the literary problems connected with it. This course is open to graduate 
students who have already taken the course in Anglo-Saxon grammar and reading of 
Anglo-Saxon texts or its equivalent. 

Dr. Brown offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the fol- 
lowing graduate courses: 

Beowulf. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course gives in the first place a general survey of Beowulf criticism, including 
textual problems, theories as to the composition of the poem, and an enquiry into its 
historical and mythological elements. In this connection a study is also made of the other 
pieces of Anglo-Saxon heathen poetry. This counse is open to graduate students who have 
already taken the course in Anglo-Saxon grammar and reading of Anglo-Saxon texts, or 
its equivalent. 

English Historical Grammar. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In this course the development of the English Language is traced from the earliest 
times. After an outline has been given of the history and external relations of English, 
the change and decay of inflections, the use of prepositions and the more important points 
in historical syntax are discussed. The course presupposes a knowledge of Anglo-Saxon 
and Middle English. 

Miss Donnelly conducts in alternate years the following 
graduate seminary: 

Seminary in English Literature. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1916-17 the Romantic Poets will be the subject of the seminary. Special attention 
will be paid to Shelley and Byron and to the phases of Romanticism shown in their work. 
Their relations to their contemporaries in England and on the Continent will be discusced 

In 1918-19 Eighteenth Century Prose will be the subject of the seminary. Swift, Addi- 
son, and Steele will be studied. Attention will be given to their relations to both con- 
temporary politics and literature. 

Dr. Chew conducts in alternate years the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in English Literature. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 the seminary is devoted to the study of English Literature during the latter 
half of the reign of Queen Victoria. The work and influence of the Pre-Raphaelites, Swin- 
burne, Meredith, and Pater; the influence of Baudelaire and Verlaine; the "Celtic 
Revival"; the revival of the drama; and the "New Mysticism" are among the topics 
considered. 



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In 1917-18 the subject of the seminary will be the Elizabethan and Jacobean drama. 
The period from about 1608 to 1642 will receive special attention. Problems of dramatic 
inter-relationship, authorship, technique, and the like will be investigated. 

Dr. Savage offers in 1917-18 the following graduate course: 

Technical and Advanced Criticism. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

In this course attention will be given to bibliography, the tabulating of critical data, 
the planning and writing of papers, reports, and dissertations, critical usage, and other mat- 
ters. Materials collected for other courses in research are available for use in this work. 

Dr. Brown, Miss Donnelly, Dr. Chew, and Dr. Savage 
together conduct the English journal club. 

English Journal Club. One and a half hours a fortnight throughout the year. 

The advanced students and the instructors meet to report on and discuss recent reviews 
and critical articles. 

The following advanced undergraduate courses may be 
attended by graduate students: 

Miss Donnelly offers in 1917-18 and again in 1919-20 the 
following course: 

English Romantic Poets. Five hours a week during the second semester. 

The poets studied in this course are Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Shelley in the first 

semester and in the second, Byron, Keats, and Landor. Their works are discussed in class 

in connection with questions of poetics and literary theory and reports and essays are 

required from students attending the course. 

Dr. Brown offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the fol- 
lowing courses: 

Anglo-Saxon Prose and Beowulf. Five hours a week during the first semester. 

The first half of the course is devoted to an outline of Anglo-Saxon grammar as pre- 
sented in Siever's Old English Grammar (Cook's translation) and to the reading of the 
prose selections in Bright's Anglo-Saxon Reader. After reading one or two of the shorter 
Anglo-Saxon poems, the Beowulf is taken up (Holthausen's or Schiicking's text) and the 
first two-thirds of the poem is read with the class. 

Middle English Poetry, Chaucer. Five hours a week during the second semester. 

The course begins with an outline of Middle English grammar sufficient to enable the 
students to read ordinary texts intelligently. The complete text of the Owl and Night- 
ingale, The Vox and Wolf, and Pearl will be read, as well as selections from Langland's 
Vision of Piers the Plowman and other pieces. Lectures are given on the development of 
the language and literature during this period. In the course on Chaucer the best of the 
Canterbury Tales are studied, also the Legend of Good Women, The House of Fame, and 
portions of Troilus and Criseyde. The lectures discuss Chaucer's sources and literary art, 
and his relation to the English, French, and Italian literature of his time. 

Dr. Brown offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the fol- 
lowing courses: 

Middle English Romances. Five hours a week during the first semester. 

Selected romances are read by the members of the class. The lectures deal with the 
development of Romance literature in English with special reference to the romances 
of Germanic origin and the Arthurian cycle. 



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Shakespeare. Five hours a week during the second semester. 

A careful study is made of a number of Shakespeare's plays, selected -svith a view to 
illustrating his earlier and later work and his method in comedy, tragedy, and chronicle 
history. The plays usually chosen are: Romeo and Juliet, Henry V, Othello, Hamlet, and 
Winter's Tale. Some of the more general problems connected with these plaj's are dis- 
cussed in introductory lectures. 

Dr. Chew offers in each yea.v the followong courses: 
English Critics of the Nineteenth Century. 

Five hours a week during the first semester. 

Carlyle, Xewman, Ruskin, Arnold, and a few other writers are studied with regard to 

their theories of cr-'ticism and to their influence upon the thought of their time. The 

required reading includes, besides selections from these authors a certain amount of poetry. 

A report must be prepared by all students attending this course. 

Enghsh Drama. Five hours a week during the first semester. 

This course is intended to give students who have completed the required course in 
English a survey of the development of the early drama, a more intimate knowledge of 
the Elizabethan and Jacobean period, and an introduction to the later periods of the 
drama. Plays by Lyly, Greene, Marlowe, Shakespeare, Jonson, Middleton, Beaumont 
and Fletcher and Webster, and among later dramatista Dryden, Congreve, Steele, Sheridan 
and certain nineteenth century writers wll be read. A report wiU be required from each 
student attending the course. 

Dr. Chew offers in 1915-16 and again in 1916-17 the fol- 
lowing course: 

EngHsh Poetry, 1850—1914. Five hours a week during the second semester. 

A review of the progress of poetry during the first half of the nineteenth centurj- is fol- 
lowed by a more detailed study of the poets of the later period. 

Dr. Savage offers in 1915-16 and again in 1916-17 the fol- 
lowing course: 

Engh.sh Fiction in the Nineteenth Century. 

Five hours a week during the second semester. 
A study of the principal types of English prose fiction during the last century, the short 
story and the novel, with attention to their origins, development, and technique. 

.Dr. Savage offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the fol- 
lowing elective course: 

The Technique of the Drama. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course is open only to those students who can assure the instructor that they can 
pursue the work with profit. It deals with exercises in the use of dialogue, the building 
of scenarios, adaptation, and the writing of original longer and shorter plays; and with the 
observation of dramatic technique in plays read and seen. 

Dr. Savage offers in 1917-18 and again in 1919-20 the fol- 
lowing elective course: 

Materials and Methods of Teaching Composition. 

Two hours a week during the second semester. 



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This course is intended for graduate students and for undergraduates who expect to 
teach English; its aim is to present some of the problems of collegiate instruction in com- 
position: the planning and supervision of courses, reports on departments in various col- 
leges, and allied problems. Practice in writing is gained through reports of varying 
character and length. 

Dr. Crandall offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the fol- 
lowing elective course: 

Intermediate Composition. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In the main the course deals with problems connected with exposition, criticism, the 
essay, and kindred forms. Both longer papers and shorter papers, including some daily 
themes, will be written. The work is carried on through class meetings and personal 
interviews. 

Dr. Crandall offers in 1917-18 and again in 1919-20 the fol- 
lowing elective course: 

The Short Story. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The course deals with various forms of narrative, but the main emphasis is placed upon 
writing the short story. The work of representative authors, both EngUsh and French, 
is studied. 

Dr. Crandall offers in each year the following elective course : 

Argumentation, Written and Oral. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The writing of arguments, the study of the form with reference to other types of writ- 
ing, and other problems connected with argumentation, formal and informal, make up 
the work of the course. If possible, some attention will be paid to oral composition. 

Mr. King offers in each year the following course in English 
Diction for graduate students: 

General Course in Articulation and Voice Production. 

One half hour a week throughout the year. 

The object of this course is to train speakers in accurate and distinct articulation and to 

eliminate the faults of bad production. Speech is resolved into its phonetic elements 

which are made the basis of practical exercises so arranged as to be progressive in their 

difficulties. 

Mr. King offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the following 
free elective course in English Diction: 

Reading of Shakespeare. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This course is open only to those students who have taken the required course in English 
diction. A special study is made of the principles of correct delivery of blank verse. The 
needs of those students who intend to teach English literature, and desire to read Shake- 
speare to their pupils, are given special attention. 

Mr. King offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the follow- 
ing free elective course in English Diction: 

General Reading of Prose Authors. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This course is open only to those students who have attended the required course in 
English diction or who have done equivalent \v^ork, 



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German. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Karl Detlev "Jessen,* Professor of German Literature, Dr. 
Agathe Lasch, Associate Professor of Teutonic Philology, Dr. 
Oscar F. W. Fernsemer, Lecturer in German, and ^liss Mary- 
Jeff ers,* Reader in Elementary German, and Miss Elh' Wilhel- 
mina Lawatschek, Reader in Elementary German. 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate courses offered in German philology may be found under 
the head of General Teutonic Philology. 

Graduate work ia the history of modern German literature is conducted 
according to the seminary method. The courses are so varied that they 
may be followed by graduate students throughout three successive years 
and cover the work reqiiired of students who offer German literatm-e as a 
major or a minor for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Students who 
elect German literature as their major subject in the examination for the 
degree of Doctor of Philosophj' must offer Teutonic Philology as an asso- 
ciated minor and students who offer Teutonic Philology as a major sub- 
ject must offer German literature as an associated minor. In the major 
together with the associated minor the student must offer two seminaries 
and a journal club for three j^ears. A list of approved independent minors 
is given in the Regulations of the Academic Council. 

Dr. Jessen* conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in German Literature. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Although the seminarj- meets only two hours a week throughout the year, the amount 
of reading required makes the course equivalent to five hours a week. It is hoped that 
the students will become familiar in these courses with the methods of scientific Uterary 
criticism and investigation. 

In 1915-16 Schiller's essays on {esthetics are studied in the first semester, and modem 
German Drama in the second semester. 

In 1916-17 the Romanticism of early modern German literature wiU be studied in the 
seminary. 

In 1917-18 Goethe is the subject of study in the seminarj'. 

Dr. Jessen offers in 1915-16 f and again in 1917-18 the fol- 
lowing graduate courses: 

German Literary Criticism. One hour a week during the first semester. 

The lectures trace the development of literary and aesthetic criticism in Germany from 

Leibniz to Schiller and Goethe. The course is comparative, and French and English liter- 

* Granted leave of absence for the year 191.5-16. 

t In 191.5-16 the seminary and courses announced by Dr. Jessen were conducted by Dr. 
Fernsemer. 



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ary criticisms are also considered. Lessing's Laokoon and Hamburgische Dramaturgie and 
Schiller's essays on aesthetics are specially studied. The course is open to those students 
only who have a reading knowledge of French and German. 

The German Essay. Oite hour a week during the second semester. 

The history of the essay in German literature is studied and the most eminent German 
essayists, Schopenhauer, Herman Grimm, Karl Hillebrand, Friedrich Nietzsche, etc., are 
discussed. The influence of French, EngUsh, and American writers, in particular Mon- 
taigne, Macaulay, and Emerson, is traced, and incidentally the evolution of modern 
German prose style is treated. 

Dr. Jessen offers in 1916-17 and again in 1917-18 the fol- 
lowing graduate courses: 

German Metrics. One hour a week during the first semester. 

This course consists of lectures on Deutsche Metrik or Verslehre, with an introduction to 

phonetics, this being an indispensable Hilfswissenschaft for the study of German literature. 

German Poetics. One hour a week during the second semester. 

Lectures are given on Deutsche Poetik and Stilistik. 

Dr. Jessen offers in each year, if the time of the department 
permits, one of the following graduate courses : 

Goethe's Faust. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course is intended to give a detailed introduction to the problems of Fausl-philologie, 
dealing with both the first and second part of Faust. 

Goethe's Life and Works. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course aims at gi\'ing an introduction into Goethe-philologie. 

Dr. Jessen* and Dr. Lasch conduct in each year the German 
journal club. 

German Journal Club. Two hours once a fortnight throughout the year. 

At the meetings recent books and articles are reviewed and the results of special investi- 
gations presented for discussion, comment, and criticism. 

Post-Major Courses. 
Dr. Jessen offers in 1915-16* and again in 1917-18 the follow- 
ing post-major courses, open to graduate students: 

Lectures on the History of German Literature from the Romantic School 

till 1850. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

This course begins with a general study of the principles of philosophy, life, art, and 
poetry, as represented by the Romantic School, which is followed by lectures on the literary 
movements, expressed mainly in lyric poetry and in the novel, which supersede the Romantic 
Weltanschauung. The lyrics of the war of liberation, the WeUschmerz. and the political 
revolution; the novel oi J ungdeutschland; the drama of Heinrich von Kleist; the works of 
the Sohlegels, Tieck, Holderlin, Jean Paul, Novalis, Uhland, Lenau, Heine, Immermann, 
Freiligrath, Herwegh, Gutzkow, Morike, and Gotthelf, are the principal topics discussed. 



* See footnote, page 



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German Drama in the Nineteenth Century. 

Two hours a meek during the second semester. 
The drama of Heinricli von Kleist is studied with special reference to that of the classi- 
cal period, and to the dramatic efforts of the Romanticists. The place of Grillparzer in 
German Uterature is defined, as well as the significance of Grabbe and Eaunund. This 
leads to Otto Ludwig and to Friedrich Hebbel, who is the central figure, chronologically 
as well as in importance, of the German drama during the nineteenth century. The course 
ends with a review of Anzengruber, Wildenbnich, Sudermann, Hauptmann, and of other 
modem writers. 

Dr. Jessen offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the follow- 
ing post-major courses, open to graduate students: 
German Literature from 1S50 to the present time. 

Tuo hours a week during the first semester. 
The subject of this course is, in the first semester, the Epigonen-LUeratur. The develop- 
ment of the modem German XoieP.e is discussed and Keller's, Siorm's, and C. F. Meyer's 
works are specially studied. A fuU account of the poets of the Munchener SchtUe is given, 
in particular of Pdchard Wagner, Renter, Groth, Freytag, Spielhagen, Scheffel, Raabe, 
Geibel, Hej-se, and Schack. 

German Lit-eratoire from ISoO to the present time '^contiaued). 

Two hours a week during the second semester. 
Id the second semester among the subjects discussed are the influence of French, Russian, 
and Scandinavian literatvires, especially of the work of Zola and Ibsen on German Uterature; 
modem German realism and naturalism as represented by Fontane, Anzengruber, Wilden- 
bruch, Hauptmann, Sudermann, Ijliencron, and Rosegger; the increased importance of 
women in literature, and the work of Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach, Louise von Franpois, 
Ricarda Huch, Helene Bohlau, Isolde Kurz, Clara Viebig and others; the significance of 
Nietzsche for German hfe and literature; neo-romanticism and HeimalsdicMung. 

Dr. Jessen offers in each year the follo'oing post-major course, 
open to graduate students: 

Advanced Critical Reading. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The reading is selected from works discussed in the pcst-major lectures on literature. 
The students give reports on dramas or novels, the object of the discussaon being to trace 
the characteristics of the author, as shown in his works. Special attention will be paid 
to the needs of students who intend to teach German. 

Dr. Lasch offers in each year the follo^\ing post-major course 
open to graduate students: 

Elementarj' Middle High German. One hour a week throughout the year. 

(.Given in each year when the time of ttie department permits.) 

This course has been arranged primarilj- for undergraduate students who wish to be 
able to read the iliddle High German classics in the original. Paul's Mittelhoc-hdeutsche 
Grammatik (8th edition, Halle, 1911) and Hartmann von Aue's Der arme Heinrich are 
used. 

Dr. Lasch off'ers in each year the follo'^'ing elective course, 
open to graduate .students : 

Advanced German Composition. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Difficult English prose selections are translated into German. The intention of the 
course is to increase the imderstanding and feeling for written and spoken German. 
Attention i^ paid to the needs of students intending to teach German. 



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General Teutonic Philology. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Agathe Lasch, Associate Professor of Teutonic Philology. 

Special attention is called to the facilities for the study of com- 
parative teutonic philology offered by Bryn Mawr College. The 
English and the German departments together have provided 
for a complete course in teutonic philology, comprising both the 
study of the individual languages (Gothic, Norse, Anglo-Saxon, 
Old Saxon, Old High German, Middle High German, Middle 
Low German, etc.) and the study of general comparative phil- 
ology. 

The courses in introduction to the study of teutonic philology, 
Gothic and Middle High German grammar, are designed for 
students in their first year of graduate study in Teutonic 
languages, and the remaining courses for students in their 
second or third year. 

Students intending to elect teutonic philology are advised to 
study Greek for at least one year during their undergraduate 
course. 

Graduate Courses. 
Dr. Lasch offers in each year the following graduate seminary : 

Teutonic Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This seminary is arranged for the benefit of the most advanced students in Teutonic 
philology. Its object is to encourage independent work on the part of the students. The 
work consists mainly of the discussion of special topics by the instructor and the students. 
Members of the seminary are expected to study the literature on these subjects, and to 
make an effort to contribute some additional material, or an independent opinion of 
their own. 

In 1915-16 Old High German texts such as Merseburger Zauberspruche, Muspilli, and 
Hildebrandslied are studied in the first semester. The many problems that these texts 
offer and the various attempts to solve them are discussed. In the second semester modern 
High German texts are the subject of the seminary. 

In 1916-17 the subjects of the seminary will be taken from Middle High German texts. 
Problems in text criticism as well as literary problems connected with the works of Middle 
High German poets either of the classical period or of the periods preceding or following 
it will be discussed. 

In 1917-18 the seminary will be devoted to High German texts from the fourteenth 
to the seventeenth century. The material will be taken either from official documents 
of this period belonging to various parts of Germany or from the works of writers such as 
Murner, Hans Sachs, Luther, and others; or from grammatical works of this period in 
Miiller's Quellenschri/ten und Geschichte des deutschsprachlichen Uiiterrichts, John Meier's 
Neudrucke dlterer deutscher Grammatiken, etc. They are selected to illustrate the develop- 
ment of Modern High German. If it seems advisable Old Saxon texts {Heliand and 
Genesis) will also be studied. 

The order of these seminary subjects may be changed in accordance with the require- 
ments of the students in any particular year. 



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Dr. Lasch offers in each year the following graduate courses: 
Introduction to the Study of Teutonic Philology. 

One hour a week throughout the year. 

After a discussion of the aim and method of historical and comparative grammar, these 

lectures deal with the relation of Teutonic to the cognate Aryan languages. A brief 

sketch of the single Aryan languages is given, followed by a more comprehensive discussion 

of the Teutonic languages and chiefly of the West Germanic branch. 

Gothic. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Gothic phonetics and inflection are studied in connection with the elements of com- 
parative Aryan grammar; on the other hand the Gothic forms are compared with those of 
other Teutonic languages. Braune's Gotische Grammatik (8th ed., Halle, 1912); or Streit- 
berg's Gotisches Elementarbuch (3rd ed., Heidelberg, 1910) are used as text-books. 

As a thorough knowledge of Gothic is the foundation of the study of historical and 
comparative Teutonic grammar, every graduate student of Teutonic grammar is advised 
to take this course as early as possible. Die gotische Bibel (ed. by W. Streitberg, Heidel- 
berg, 1908) is used by the more advanced students. 

Middle High German Grammar and reading of Middle High German 

i exts. Two hours a week throughout the year- 

This course includes a brief abstract of Middle High German grammar and literature 
with special reference to the difference between Middle High German and Modern German, 
and a study of the most prominent authors in Middle High German. Selections from classi- 
cal Middle High German poets are read, and also selections from the Nibelungenlied, a 
brief account being given of the history and development of the Nibelungenlied and its manu- 
scripts. 

Students of Middle High German should be provided with Paul's Miltelhochd. Grammatik 
(8th ed,, Halle, 1911), or Michels's Mittelhochd. Elementarbuch (2nd ed., Heidelberg, 1912) . 

This course is required of all students that make Teutonic philology a minor subject in 
their examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 

The private reading includes the works of the authors treated in the course. 

Middle Low German. One hour a week throughout the year. 

A sufficient knowledge of Old Saxon is presupposed on the part of students taking this 

course. The Middle Low German grammar will be studied and representative Middle 

Low German texts are read. This course may be substituted for the course in Middle 

High German in accordance with the requirements of the students in any particular year. 

Old Norse. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Students entering this course are supposed to be acquainted with Gothic and with 
Anglo-Saxon or Old High German grammar. In the grammatical part of the course the 
Norse sounds and forms are studied and compared with those of the Gothic and West- 
Germanic dialects. 

In the first year's course prose texts will be read; in the second year the Edda will be 
studied and some of the problems connected with the study of the Edda will be discussed. 

The books used are Heusler's Altisldndisches Elementarbuch (Heidelberg, 1913) and 
some of the Islendinga sogur {Altnordische Saga-Bibliothek) and Hildebrand-Gering's 
(3d ed., Paderborn, 1913) or Neckel's (Heidelberg, 1914) Edda. 

Attention is called to the facilities afforded for the study of Old Norse. A considerable 
portion of the library of the late philologist, Th. Wis6n, of Lund, was acquired by Bryn 
Mawr College, and hence the library is probably as well supplied as any other college library 
in the United States with Old Norse texts, and works on Old Norse language and literature. 

Dr. Lasch offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the following 
graduate courses: 

Old High German. Two knurs a week throughout the year. 



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This course includes a practical study of Old High German grammar, and a comparison 
of the Old High German sounds and forms with those of Gothic, Middle and Modern 
High German. The relations with other cognate languages of the Teutonic branch as well 
as other Aryan languages (chiefly Latin) are also discussed. Selections are read from Old 
High German texts, arranged so as to proceed from easy to more difficult pieces, and to 
illustrate the difference between the Old High German dialects. 

Comparative Teutonic Grammar. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The study of comparative Teutonic philology is recommended to those students only 
who are acquainted with the single old Teutonic languages, and have studied Gothic, 
Old High German, Old Saxon, Anglo-Saxon, and Norse. The object of the course is to 
compare the various old Teutonic languages with each other and with the related Aryan 
languages, — or in other words (1) to reconstruct the primitive Teutonic language; (2) 
to point out the characteristic features of primitive Teutonic in distinction from primitive 
Aryan; (3) to carry down the history of early Teutonic from the period of unity into the 
early stages of the individual Teutonic languages. 

Dr. Lasch offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the follow- 
ing graduate courses: 

Old Saxon. Two hours a iveek during the .second semester. 

The work presupposes on the part the students a sufficient knowledge of Gothic and 
Old High German. Holthausen's AUsachsisches Elementarbuch (Heidelberg, 1900) or 
Gauge's AUsachsische Grammatik (2nd ed., Halle, 1910), Heliand (Behaghel's edition), 
and Znngeia.eistCT-'BTa.une' a Bruchstucke der altsdchsischen Bibeldichtung (Heidelberg. 1894.) 
are used. 

History of Modern High German. One hour a week throughout the year. 

These lectures deal with the history of the development of the German written language 
during the Modern High German period. The most important Kanzleisprachen, the most 
prominent Druckersprachen, Luther, Modern German sounds and forms in their relation 
to the German dialects and to the rules of the Bilhnenaussprache, wiU be discussed. 

In addition to the above courses, others in Old Frisian, or Modern Low 
German may be arranged for students that have previously studied Gothic, 
Old and Middle High German, Anglo-Saxon, and Old Saxon. 

Romance Languages. 
French. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Jean Baptiste Beck, Associate Professor of Mediseval 
French Literature; Dr. Eunice Morgan Schenck, Associate in 
French and Dean of the College (elect); Dr. Pierre Fran9ois 
Giroud, Non-resident Lecturer in French, an Instructor in 
French to be appointed, and Miss Ellen Thayer, Reader in 
Elementary French. 

Graduate Courses. 

Ten hours a week of seminary work and gi-aduate lectures are offered 
each year to graduate students of French, accompanied by the du-ection 
of private reading and original research. The courses covering the field 



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cf Old and Modern French Language and Literature are arranged to form 
a triennial cycle. The work of each year centers around one main topic 
to be studied as a part of the history of French literature in its various 
relations to general Hteratiu-e and civilization of the period concerned. 
Students may enter a seminary in any year and pursue it during three 
or more consecutive years. The members of the seminaries report on 
theses assigned them at the beginning of each semester. 

Students who choose French literature as their major subject in their 
examination for the degree of Doctor of PhUosophj- must offer French 
philology- as the associated minor and students who offer French philology 
as a major subject must offer French literature as the associated minor. 
A Ust of approved independent minors wHl be found in the Regulations of 
the Academic CouncU. In the major together with the associated minor 
the student must offer two seminaries and a journal club for three years. 

Dr. Beck conducts in each year the follo^^^ng graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in Medigeval French Literature. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 

The work expected of graduate students in the seminarj' in Mediseval French Litera- 
ture consists of a palseographical analj-sis of the original manuscripts, a cursorj' inter- 
pretation of the tests, a ^e^■iew of the opinions expressed by the respective specialists on 
each subject and a critical discussion of the comparative value of the work in question. 
These reports are intended to train graduate students in literarj- research. The courses 
in other Romance Languages (ItaUan and Spanish) and also those in Middle English are 
recommended to students in Mediaeval French Literature. During her first year of work 
in this seminary each student is required to take also the course in Old French Philology, 
unless she has already taken a corresponding course. 

In 1915-16 Lyric Poetr\- during the Middle Ages is synthetically studied. Begin- 
ning with the hjTnns and anthems of the Church, the formation of the various types of 
vernacular, lyric poetrj- m France is investigated. The Art of the Troubadours and 
Trouveres is compared with the songs x)f the so-called Goliards (Carmina Burana), with 
those of the Sicilian poets, and of the Minnesinger, in order to establish to what extent 
French Poetry has influenced them, both as to form and as to thought. Other subjects 
discussed are- the predominant musical character of lyric poetrj' throughout the Middle 
Ages; three periods, from the artistic monopoly of the Clercs to the XobUity, then to the 
aristocratic Bourgeoisie and finally to the People; the Ars Xova and the influence of 
fourteenth centurj- Italian poetry upon the French Chanson of the fifteenth centurj'. 

In 1916-17 the Evolution of Epic and Dramatic Literature from the twelfth to the 
sixteenth century will be studied in the seminary. The development of actual stage drama 
from the primaeval liturgical ceremonies; these and the epic parts of Scriptiire gave birth 
to the Mysteres. The dramatic elements contained Ln mediaeval Ij-rics, such as the Aubes, 
Pastoureles, Jeux-Partis and in the dialogue forms of certain types, such as the Chansons 
k danse. The primitive Opera comique, a combination of Ijtics and epics: Aucassin et 
Nicolete, Robin et Marion, le Jeu de St. Nicolas, etc. 

In 1917-18 the subject of the seminary in Mediaeval French Literature wiU be the Origin 
of French Literature from the earliest documents to the twelfth centurj'. The literary 
products of this period are read and interpreted from photographic reproductions of the 
original manuscripts. The main emphasis is laid upon the development of mediaeval 
literature from the previous Middle Latin literature, to show the interrelations between 
literature written in the various languages and dialects, both Romanic and Germanic, 
and the religious literature, and to illustrate the international character of literature 
during that period. The origin of mediaeval IjTic poetry is derived from the Tropes 



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and Sequences of St. Martial de Limoges and of St. Gall, the Epic Poetry from the Lives 
of Saints and the dramatic literature from the Liturgy of the Church. The ab.solute 
unity of mediaeval art in the conception of the authors and artist.? of the Romanesque and 
Gothic periods will be illustrated by the mutual connections between the various literary 
genres and the different branches of fine arts, such as architecture, sculpture, painting 
and music. 

Dr. Giroud offers in 1915-16 the following seminary: 

Seminary in French Literature. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 the subject of the seminary is Moli^re. The subjects studied are French 
Comedy before Moliere; MoliSre's comedies, their Latin, Italian, and French sources; 
his style and method of composition; the -nature of his "comique," his philosophy and 
his morality. 

Dr. Schenck conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in French Literature. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1916-17 the subject of the seminary will be phases of Romanticism and Reahsm in 
the 19th century as illustrated by Chateaubriand, Madame de Stael, Hugo, Gautier, 
Stendhal, Flaubert, Renan and Taine. The seminary will open with a study of the origins 
of Romanticism in Jean Jaques Rousseau, and the relation of the early French Romantic- 
ists to Schlegel, Simondi and others will be considered. 

In 1917-18 the subject of the seminary will be Montaigne. Various problems connected 
with his life, his relations to Protestantism and to the political problems of his time, the 
question of the authorship of the Discours sur la servitude volontaire, the origin and sources 
of the essays, Montaigne and the Renaissance, and Montaigne and Plutarch are discussed. 
A special study is made of Montaigne's style and of the Apologie de Raymond de Sebonde. 

In 1918-19 the subject of the seminary will be Moliere. The subjects studied are French 
Comedy before Molidre; Moli^re's comedies, their Latin, Italian, and French sources; 
his style and method of composition; the nature of his "comique," his philosophy and 
his morality. 

The order of these seminary subjects may be changed in accordance with the require- 
ments of the students in any particular year. 

Dr. Schenck offers in 1915-16 the following graduate course: 
The Romanticism and Realism of Flaubert. 

One hour a week throughout the year. 

The introductory lectures deal with the decline of romanticism and the rise of realism 

in France. A careful study is made of Flaubert's method based on the three versions of 

the Tentation de Saint Antoine, the Correspondance, etc. The investigations of Ren6 

Descharmes, Renfe Dumesnil and others are examined. 

Dr. Beck offers in 1916-17 and in each succeeding year the 
following graduate course intended especially for teachers of 
French : 

The Foundations of French Grammar. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This course is intended to train teachers to be able to give a rational explanation of the 
various functions of parts of speech and to dispense with mechanical grammatical rules. 



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Dr. Beck offers in 1915-16 and in each succeeding year the 
following graduate courses in Romance Philology: 

Introduction to Romance Philology. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The course in Romance Philology is designed to be a linguistic complement to the 
Seminary in Medieval French Literature and must be taken by every member of this 
seminary during her first year. It is also required of all students who choose French as 
a minor subject in the examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy and recom- 
mended to students from other Modern Language departments who wish to acquire a 
reading knowledge of Old French and an outline of Mediaeval French literature. The 
first semester is devoted chiefly to historical grammar of the Romance Languages, espe- 
cially of Old French, Old Provencal, Old Italian and Old Spanish. During the second 
semester selections from the most typical genres are read in the order of their evolution 
so as to give the students an adequate idea of the origin and a summary idea of the develop- 
ment of Old French Literature in particular. The students are also made acquainted with 
m'diaival palfeography and other auxiliary disciplines. Experimentation with philological 
methods prepares the students to do research work. 

Students of Old French should be provided with E. Monaci's Facsimili di documenti 
•per la storia delle league e delle letterature Romanze, W. Foerster's Altfranzosisches Uebungs- 
buch and K. Bartsch's Chrestomathie de VAncien Frangais, 11th edition. 

Advanced Old French Philology. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The influence of Mediaeval Latin upon the formation of the Old French literary language 
is studied. After an introduction to Mediaeval Latin philology, the linguisitic value of 
mediaeval grammars, glosses, commentaries and interlinear translations is examined. 

Dr. Beck offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the follow- 
ing graduate course in Metrics open to students of Mediaeval 
Literature : 

The Influence of Mediaeval Latin Poetry upon Ronaance and'Teutonic 

Versification. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The linguistic difference between Classical and Low Latin explains the change from 
quantitative to qualitative prosody. The fundamental difference between the rhythmical 
nature of Teutonic and Romance languages explains the dissimilarity in their respective 
versifications. The origin of Rime and of Isosyllabism in French. 

Students who take this course are supposed to be familiar with classical and mediaeval 
literature. 

Dr. DeHaan, Dr. Holbrook, Dr. Beck, and Dr. Schenck 
together conduct the journal club in Romance languages. 

Romance Languages Journal Club. 

One and a half hours a fortnight throughout the year. 
The journal club is intended to make the advanced students familiar with all the im- 
portant European periodicals and with new books dealing with Romance Philology. For 
each session of the club an important article chosen from some one of the various periodicals 
is assigned to a student for review. The student is also referred to pre\'ious articles or 
publications treating of the same subject as that of the review, and is expected to present 
to the club a chronological outline of the history and stages of the discussion on the given 
point. Thus the students become familiar with the names of leading Romance scholars 
and with the particular lines of research in which each of the latter excels. At the same 
time such reviews prepare the way for seminary work and original investigations. 



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Post-Major Courses. 

Dr. Beck offers in 1916-17 the following post-major course, 
open to graduate students: 

Rabelais and the Satire in French Literature. 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 
This course gives first a general survey of satiric literature in France from the earliest 
time to the Renaissance. The " sirventes" ia the representative of personal, political and 
religious satire. The fabliaux and contes represent the popular social satire. Caricature 
and satire in mediseval art; the predecessors of Rabelais: Rustebuef, Coquillart and 
ViUon; Rabelais as a man, as a humanist and as a satirical philosopher; his literary 
technique; his influence upon French and English writers. 

In 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the following post-major 
course, open to graduate students, will be offered bj^ an 
instructor whose appointment will be announced later: 

French Lja-ic Poetry of the Nineteenth Century. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 
In the first semester the lectures treat lyric poetry until the year 1866. Special attention 
is paid to the period from 1850 to 1866. Lamartine, Hugo, Sainte-Beuve, Vigny, and 
Musset are studied only so far as is necessary for the understanding of the evolution of 
lyric poetry in their successors, Baudelaire, Gautier, Banville, Leconte de Lisle, Sully 
Prudhomme, Copp^e, Mendes, etc. The lectures of the second semester treat lyric poetry 
from 1866 to the present day. A careful study is made of the Parnassian school. Through- 
out the course the lectures are supplemented by the critical reading of texts. 

Dr. Schenck offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the fol- 
lowing post-major course, open to graduate students: 
The Short Story (Nouvelle) in the Nineteenth Century. 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 
In the first semester the nouvelles of the romantic period are studied in the works of 
Chateaubriand, Nodier, Vigny, Musset, Balzac, M6rim6e, and Gautier. The lectures of 
the second semester treat the development and modification of realism by Flaubert, Zola, 
Daudet, Copp6e, Loti, Bourget, France and others, while a careful study of the technique 
of the nouvelle is made in connection with Maupassant. 

In 1917-18 the following post-major course, open to graduate 
students, will be offered by an instructor whose appointment 
will be announced later: 

Moliere and the French Comedy. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

After a study of the comic elements in Mediaeval epic and dramatic literature, the 
nature of MoHere's "comique" is analyzed and compared with that of his predecessors. 
Moli^re's influence upon French and foreign comedy as a psychologist and as a play- 
wright is discussed. 

Dr. Giroud offers in 1915-16 the following post-major course, 
open to graduate students: 

Modern French Drama. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

The lectures deal with post-romanticism, realism and mysticism on the French stage, 
Rostand, Brieux and Maeterlinck being especially studied. 



Italian, 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Richard Thayer Holbrook, Associate Professor of Italian. 

Graduate Courses. 
The graduate seminary in Italian is varied from year to year in order 
that it may be pursued by a student for consecutive years. Students 
electing Italian as a major subject for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
are required to offer French Philologj' as an associated minor. For the 
list of approved independent minors see the Regulations of the Academic 
Council. 

The fohoTN-ing graduate seminary will Ije offered in each year 
by an instructor wfiose ap]jointii]ent will Ijp announced later. 

Italian Seminarj'. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This seminarj' presupposes a knowledge of Old French Philology and the equivalent of the 
minor and major courses in Italian offered at Brj-n Ma\sT College. The work is founded 
upon the treatise entitled Die Jtalie/iische Sprache by D'0\'idio and Meyer Liibke in 
Grober's Grundriss (Strassburg, 1906). Various passages from thirteenth and fourteenth 
century authors are examined critically from a phonological and morphological point of 
-vievr. 

Dr. DeHaan, Dr. Holbrook, Dr. Beck and Dr. Schenck 
together conduct the journal club in Romance languages. 

Romance Languages Journal Club. 

One and a half hours a fortnigM throughout the year. 

Dr. Holbrook offers in 1915-16 and an instructor whose 
appointment will be announced later, will offer in each suc- 
ceeding year the foUowing undergraduate courses, open to 
graduate students: 

FiKST Yeab. 

^Modern Itahan. Fite hours a week throughout the year. 

This course is designed to prepare beginners for the study of Italian literature, as well 
as for the practical use of the language. Reading is taken up from the start, a careful 
proniinciation is insisted upon, and the essentials of the grammar are taught by a critical 
observation of the texts used and by graded exercises in the rendering of Englisli into 
Italian. In the second semester the reading of Dante's Inferno will be begun. 

Secont) Yeab. 

Italian Literature. Four hours a week throughout the year. 

This course consists of a studj- of selections from Italian modem and classical litera- 
ture in verse and prose. Among the works read will be Petrarch's Canzoniere and Carducci. 
The lectures are delivered in Italian. 

ItaUan Composition. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Training will be given throughout the course in di£Scult modern prose composition 
with exercises in writing and spieaking. 



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Spanish. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Fonger DeHaan, Professor of Spanish, 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate seminary in Spanish is varied from year to j-car in order 
that it maj^ be pursued by a student for consecutive j^ears. Students elect- 
ing Spanish as a major subject for the degi'ee of Doctor of Philosophy are 
required to offer French Philologj^ as an associated minor. For the list of 
approved independent minors see the Regulations of the Academic Council. 

Dr. DeHaan conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in Spanish. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 the dramatic works of Moreto are the subject of the seminary. They arc 
studied with regard to their place in Spanish literary history and as expressive of the 
social conditions in the Spain of their time. 

In 1916-17 Cervantes, especially the Notelas Ejemplares wiU pro^^dc the material for 
investigation. 

Dr. DeHaan offers in each year the following graduate 
courses : 

Spanish Philology. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Old Spanish Readings. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Dr. DeHaan, Dr. Holbrook, Dr. Beck and Dr. Schenck 
together conduct the journal club in Romance languages. 
Romance Languages Journal Club. 

One and a half hours a fortnight throughout the year. 

Dr. DeHaan offers in each year the following undergraduate 
courses, open to graduate students: 

First Year. 

Spanish. Five hours a week throughout the year. 

The object of this course is to give beginners a good knowledge of modem Spanish. 

The first six weeks are given to the essentials of grammar; exercises at frequent internals 
during the first semester give practice in the application of the principles; the remaining 
time is given to reading prose texts. In the second semester exercises in composition are 
continued but a greater proportion of the time is given to reading; plays in prose and in 
verse are read and attention is paid to versification. 

Second Year. 

Spanish. five hours a week throughout the uear. 

The work of the first year course is extended by the reading of moderately long and 
fairly difficult novels by representative modern authors, and some plays in verse, prefer- 
ably of the classical period. Passages of continuous English prose are translated into 
Spanish. 



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Semitic Languages and Biblical Literature. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. George A. Barton, Professor of BibHcal Literature and 
Semitic Languages. 

The college was particularly fortunate in securing in the year 
1892 the library of the late ^I. Arthur Amiaud, of Paris. While 
M. Amiaud was expecially eminent as an Ass^Tiologist, he was 
also prominent as a general Semitic student. His hbrary was 
the collection of an active scholar, and forms a working library 
for the student in every department of Semitic study. It is 
especially rich in the Hebrew, SjTiac, and Ass}Tian languages, 
containing several works, indispensable to the student, which 
are now out of print. Another Semitic library containing many 
works on the Talmud and on Jewish literature was acquired 
in 1904. The late ]\Ir. Albert .J. Edmunds presented to the 
college in 1907 Ms library of 500 volumes on the history of 
rehgion. The contents of these Libraries, together ^^dth the 
books already owned by the college and those easily accessible 
in neighbouring hbraries, form an exceptionally good collection 
of material for the specialist in Semitic languages. A good 
working collection of cuneiform tablets is under the control of 
the department, and affords an excellent opportunity for stu- 
dents of AssjTian to become familiar with original documents. 

GBADrATE Courses. 

The graduate courses in Semitic languages are varied from \-ear to 
year, as indicated below, so that they may be pursued by a student for 
four successive years. Those who offer Semitic languages as the major 
subject iu the examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy are 
required to spend in Semitic work half their time for at least three 
3-ears. 

The work of the department is so arranged that students may specialise 
in Hebrew or AssjTian. Students who offer Hebrew or Ass^-riologj- as the 
major subject in the examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy' 
miLst possess a knowledge of the grammatical forms of five .Semitic lan- 
guages and in this enumeration SjTiac and Jewish Aramaic may not 
count as separate languages. For a list of approved associated and inde- 
pendent minors see the Regulations of the Academic Council. 

The regular alternation of courses is indicated below and at least six 
hotirs a week wiU be given in each year, the courses being selected accord- 
ing to the needs of the graduate students. Graduate students may enter 



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in any year of the four years' course, as there will be afforded each year 
an opportunity for graduate students to begin Hebrew. 
No undergi'aduates are admitted to gi-aduate courses. 

Dr. Barton offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the follow- 
ing graduate courses: 

Semitic Seminar}'. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This seminary is devoted to Hebrew or Assyrian, the languages that may be offered 
as major subjects for the doctor's degree. The time may be devoted to one of these 
languages, or may be divided between the two, according to the needs of the students. 
In Assyrian the subject may be chosen from one of the following: the oldest Babylonian 
inscriptions, temple archives of Telloh, Sumerian hymns, the code of Hammurabi, Semitic 
contracts or mythological poetry. In Hebrew, one of the following subjects may be selected: 
the historical books. Job, the Psalter, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ecclesiastes and the Song of Songs, 
or Hebrew Epigraphy. In the Hebrew seminarj' the students are trained in textual criti- 
cism through the use of the ancient versions. 

Elementary Semitic Languages. Two hours a week throughovt the year. 

This course may be devoted to the elements of Hebrew, or of Aramaic (SjTiac and 
Jewish Aramaic), or Assyrian, or Arabic according to the needs of the students. The 
time may, if necessarj', be divided between two of these languages. 

Seminary in New Testament Greek. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The work of the seminary is varied from year to year, so that a continuous course, cover- 
ing the interpretation and the literary problems of the entire New Testament and the 
sub-Apostolic literature, may be pursued through four years. A year is devoted to the 
New Testament Epistles, another to the interpretation of the Gospels and the Synoptic 
and Johannine problems, a third to the books of Acts and Revelation, and a fourth to the 
Apostolic Fathers. During the first year of her work each student is given guidance in a 
course of reading on the history of the text and the science of textual criticism and also 
guidance in the practice of this discipline. 

Egyptian. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The elements of Egyptian and Coptic grammar are taught, and some texts in each 
language interpreted. 

Seminary in the History of Rehgion, Dr. Barton. 

One hour a week throughout the year. 

By means of lectures, reports, and discussions the principal features of primitive religions 

are ascertained, and the principal ciidlized religions studied with special reference to origin, 

historical development, and religious point of \new. 

Dr. Barton offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the 
following graduate courses: 

Semitic Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year- 

The work of the seminarj- is continued as given in 1915-16. 

Seminary in Aramaic and Arabic. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This seminary is devoted to Arabic or Aramaic, the languages that may be offered as 
minor subjects for the doctor's degree. The time may be devoted to one of the languages, 
or may be di\dded between the two, according to the needs of the students. In Arabic 
the subject may be chosen from one of the following: the Coran, pre-Islamic poetrj-, 
Arabic geographers, or South Arabic inscriptions. In Aramaic, one of the folloi\-ing sub- 
jects may be selected; a comparative study of the Syriac Versions of the Gospels, the 



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Syriac Version of one of the Old Testament books, the writings of Gregory Bar Hebraeus, 
or of Efraem, the Targum on one of the Old Testament books, the Talmud, or Aramaic 
inscriptions. 

Comparative Semitic Grammar. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The grammar of Brockelmann is used as a basis with comparisons from the Egyptian 
and other Hamitic languages. 

EthiopiC. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The grammar and Chrestomathia of Praetorius and Dillmann are used and in the latter 
part of the course selections are read from the book of Enoch. 

Hebrew Literature. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This course is devoted to a study of the Prophets, the Pentateuch, and the historical 
books of the Old Testament. 

Seminary in Oriental Archaeology. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The work of this course may be devoted to the archseology of Mesopotamia, Palestine, 
or Egypt according to the needs of the students. It consists of extensive courses of reading 
in the literature of the subject, together with a study of photographs and archaeological 
objects, of reports, criticisms, conferences, and occasional lectures. To meet the needs of 
students of ancient history, the seminary may in some years be devoted to the history of 
one of the countries mentioned. The work will then consist in a study of the sources of 
the history of the country chosen, and the proper method of using them. 

Free Electivb Courses. 

The courses in Biblical Literature and Oriental History are intended 
primarily for undergraduate students, but may be elected by graduate 
students also. 

Dr. Barton offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the follow- 
ing free elective courses in Biblical literature: 

History of Christian Doctrine. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In the first semester Christianity is studied as presented by its Founder and by the 
apostles, and in the second semester the history of Christian doctrine from 100 A.D. to 
the present time is briefly reviewed, and problems presented by modern thought are 
touched upon. 

History of the New Testament Canon. One hour a week throughout the year. 

In this course the history of the composition and collection of the books of the New 
Testament is studied. The instruction is given in lectures, and rending is assigned in 
the New Testament and in modern literature concerning it. 

Dr. Barton offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the fol- 
lowing free elective courses in Biblical literature: 

New Testament Biography. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The first semester of this course is devoted to a careful study of the life and teaching 
of Christ; the second semester to the life and teaching of St. Paul. The Gospels and 
Epistles are read, together with the most helpful of the modern works on these topica. 
The course is Dlustrated by photographs of the most important places connected with 
the lives of Christ and St. Paul. 

History of the Old Testament Canon. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This course consists of a study of the Old Testament, simUar in its methods and aims 
to the course on the New Testament Canon. 



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Dr. Barton offers in each year the following course : 

Oriental History. Three hows a week throughout the year. 

This course treats in broad outlines the history and civilisation of the Classical Orient. 
The beginnings of the Hamito-Semitic race, and the influence of environment upon its 
primitive institutions are first studied. The separation of the races into the different 
nations is then traced, and the history of the principal Oriental nations, Egyptians, Baby- 
lonians, Assyrians, Phoenicians, Hebrews, Hittites, Sabseans, and Persians; of Alexander 
and his successors; of the Parthians, and the oriental empire of the Romans, is followed 
in outline. Special attention is paid to the history of the Hebrews, and to their unique 
religious contribution to the civiUsation of the world. The course concludes with a study 
of the Arabic caliphates, and of Mohammedan civilisation. The lectures are illustrated 
by archaeological specimens and by photographs. Either semester may be elected sepa- 
rately. 

History. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Howard Levi Gray, Professor of History, Dr. William 
Roy Smith, Professor of History, Dr. James Miller Leake, 
Associate in History, Dr. George A. Barton, Professor of Biblical 
Literature and Semitic Languages, and Dr. James Fulton Fer- 
guson, Associate Professor of Latin and Ancient History. 

Graduate Courses. 

Three distinct seminaries, one in English and European history, one in 
American history and one in Ancient history are offered to graduate students 
in history in addition to a course in Historical Method and Bibliography 
and the direction of private reading and original research. Students may 
offer either European History or American History as a major for the 
degree of Doctor of Philosophy. A list of approved associated and inde- 
pendent minors will be found in the Regulations of the Academic Council. 

No undergraduates are admitted to gi-aduate courses. 

Dr. Gray conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in English and European History. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 the subject of the seminary is the condition of England, France, and the Low 
Countries at the beginning of the Hundred Years' War. Apart from the social and economic 
condition of the countries in question, attention is given to English interests in Guienne. 
to the Scottish war of liberation, to the diplomatic preliminaries of the Hundred \ ears' 
War, and to the first successes and disasters attendant upon this struggle. Contemporary 
chronicles and state papers are the bases of study. 

In 1916-17 the subject of the seminary will be a study of the reigns of Edward III and 
Richard II. The progress of the Hundred Years' War, the innovations in military science, 
the social changes wrought by the Black Death, the causes of the Peasants' RevoU of 
1378, the rise of a native merchant class, the composition and power of Parliameut^wiU 
receive attention. 



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In 1917-18 the subject of the seminar}- -will be England in the fifteenth centurj-. The 
changes wrought in the life of all classes at the end of the Middle Ages and the substitu- 
tion of a new social order for the old will be studied. 

Dr. "William R. Smith conducts in each year the following 
graduate seminary: 

Seminary in AmericaJl History. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 191.5-16 the Revolution, the Confederation and the Constitution are the subjects 
of study. American history from 1776 to 1789 is discussed primarily from the local point 
of view as a step in the conflict between the seaboard aristocracy and the democracy of 
the frontier. The social and economic forces which led to the adoption of the Federal 
Constitution and the subsequent formation of national political parties are investigated. 

In 1916-17 the seminar}' wiU deal with the Civil War and Reconstruction. Special 
stress will be laid upon the social, economic and fyohtical leorganization of the South, the 
Xorth and the West and also of the nation as a whole during the i)eriod from 1861 to 1877. 

In 1917-18 the subject of the seminar}' will be slaver}' and the negro problem. After a 
preUminar}- survey of the histor}' of slaver}' in the colonial period such topics as the slavery 
compromises of the constitution, the growth of slaver}' in the South, the abolition of the 
slave trade, the Missouri Compromise, the anti-Slavery movement, nullification, the 
Mexican War, the Wilmot Pro^'iso, the compromise measures of 18.50, the Kansas-Nebraska 
Dill, the Dred Scott decision, the aboUtion of slavery, and the adoption of the thirteenth, 
fourteenth and fifteenth amendments are discussed. Si)€cial attention is paid to the 
conflict between sectionalism and nationalism and the connection between slaver}', terri- 
torial expansion, and the development of constitutional theories. 

AH students offering this seminary for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy are required 
to offer in addition the course in Historical Method and Bibliography. 

Dr. Ferguson conducts in each year the foUo'^ing graduate 
seminar}': 

Seminary in Ancient History. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 the Early Empire, its political, economic, and religious problems are the 
subjects of study. The work of the first semester is concerned with the reign of 
Augustus, and with a careful criticism of the estimate of Augustus by Ferrero. In the 
second semester the period is treated more by topics than by individual reigns. Such 
topics as deification of emperors, religious persecutions, extension of citizenship, cabinet 
government, decline of senatorial power, trade and trade pwlicy are investigated. 

In 1916-17 the Later Roman Empire will be studied. The founding of absolutism and its 
effects, economic depression, serfdom, religious controversies, and the relations between 
chxirch and state, will be among the topics for discussion. 

In 1917-18 the Hellenistic Age is the subject of the seminary. The development of the 
HeUenistic world is traced from the formation of permanent states down to the conquest of 
the east by Rome. Special emphasis is given to the intellectual awakening, the formation 
of Greek leagues, commercial acti'V'ity, and the effect of the contact of the Greek and 
Roman worlds. 

Dr. Leake offers in each year the following graduate course: 

Historical ^Method and Bibliography. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The matters dealt with in this course are the field of history and its relations to allied 
subjects; the evolution of the scientific historical method; the outlines of historical bibliog- 
raphy; the great collections of printed material; archi%-es and MSS.; the work and rank 
of leading historians of the modem school. Throughout the course practical studies will 
be assigned to illustrate the subjects under discussion. A reading knowledge of French 
and German is required. This course must be elected by all students who offer the semi- 
nary in American History for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 



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Dr. Gray, Dr. William Roy Smith and Dr. Leake conduct 
in each year the historical journal club. 

Historical Journal Club. Two hours once a foHniyhl throu(jliout the year. 

The instructors in the department of history and the graduate students who are pursu- 
ing advanced courses in history meet once a fortnight to make reports upon assigned 
topics, review recent articles and books, and present the results of special investigations. 

Post-Major Courses. 

Dr. Gray offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 the follow- 
ing post-major course, open to graduate students: 

England to 1485. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

The transformation of Anglo-Saxon into Norman England, the constitutional and legal 
innovations of the Norman and Plantagenet kings, the intellectual and social condition 
of England at the height of the Middle Ages, and the effects of the Hundred Years' War 
are subjects of study. The more important documents and secondary works are discussed 
and written reports are reqiiired. 

Dr. Gray offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the follow- 
ing post-major course, open to graduate students: 

England under the Tudors. Three hows a week throughout the year. 

Attention will be given to the character of Tudor absolutism, parliamentary and local 
government, dynastic ambitions, foreign trade, the prospeiity of the towns and the yeo- 
men, the progress of the Reformation, and the complications in foreign affairs arising 
from religious changes. The reading and reports will be based largely upon contemporary 
documents. 

Dr. William Roy Smith offers in 1915-16 and again in 1917-18 
the following post-major course, open to graduate students: 

American Constitutional History to 1783. 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 
The text-books used in the course are MacDonald's Select Charters of American History 
and Select Documents of the History of the United States. The members of the class are 
also systematically referred, not only to the general authorities, but also to colonial charters 
and constitutions, the records of the colonial governments as far as they are available, the 
journals of Congress, and other documentary materials. 

Dr. William Roy Smith offers in 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 
the following post-major course, open to graduate students: 

American Constitutional History from 1783 to 1865. 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 
The lectures deal with the leading aspects of the political, constitutional, and economic 
history of the United States from the ratification of the constitution to the present time. 
The text-book used is MacDonald's Select Documents of the History of the United Slates, 
but frequent additional references are given to the leading secondary authorities. To a 
limited extent use will be made of such documents as are available in the library, and special 
topics will be assigned for discu-ssion and report. 



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Economics and Politics. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Marion Parris Smith, Associate Professor and Professor 
(elect) of Economics and Politics, Dr. Charles Ghequiere Fen- 
wick, Associate Professor of Political Science, Dr. Susan Myra 
Kingsbury, Carola Woerishoffer Professor of Social Economy 
and Director of the Carola Woerishoffer Department of Social 
Research, and Miss Angle Lillian Kellogg, Reader (elect) in 
Social Economy and Social Research. 

Graduate Courses. 

Three seminaries, one in economics, one in political science, and one in 
social research are offered each year in addition to the direction of private 
reading and original research. Post-major courses amounting to five 
hours a week which may be elected by graduate students are given in 
each year. Students may offer either economics or politics as their major 
subject for the degi-ee of Doctor of Philosophy. A list of approved asso- 
ciated and independent minors will be found in the Regulations of the 
Academic Council. 

No undergraduates are admitted to graduate courses. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith offers in each year the following 
graduate seminary: 

Economic Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The object of the seminary is to train students in methods of research and to give them 
practice in using the sources of economic history and theory. 

In 1915-16 Currency and Banking Systems of the United States are the subjects of the 
seminary. 

In 1916-17 the theories and problems of Distribution and the agencies in modem social 
life that effect the distribution of wealth will be studied. Special attention will be paid to 
wage problems, profit sharing, various plans for controlling large scale production, modern 
land systems, etc. 

In 1917-18 Economic Theory in England and America in the nineteenth century with 
special attention to the ideas of free trade and protection will be the subject of the seminary. 

Dr. Fenwick offers in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Political Seminary. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

The methods of instruction in the seminary are designed to guide advanced students 
in special research work along the lines indicated by the titles of the courses. Some lectures 
are given but the main attention is devoted to the presentation and criticism of the results 
of studies made by the students themselves. 

In 1915-16 Constitutional Questions involved in Modern Economic and Social Problems 
are the subject of the seminary. The chief economic and social problems in the United 
States are studied from the point of view of the restrictions placed by the constitution 
upon the legislative powers of Congress and of the several states in dealing with those 



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subjects. As an introduction the various theories relating to the functions of the state and 
the proper sphere of its activity are discussed. 

In 1916-17 Constitutional Law of the United States will be the subject of the seminary. 
The decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States will form the basis of the work. 
Special stress will be laid upon the relations between the federal and state governments, 
interstate commerce, and due process of law under the Fourteenth Amendment. Students 
will be required to present brief reports upon assigned cases in the first semester and to 
prepare a longer report upon a group of cases in the second semester. 

In 1917-18 Municipal Government and Problems will be the subject of the seminary. 

Dr. Kingsbury offers in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Seminary in Social Research. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

A description of this seminary will be found on page 112. 

Miss Kellogg offers in 1916-17 and in each succeeding year 
the following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Social Theory. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

A description of this seminary will be found on page 112. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith, Dr. Fenwick, Dr. Kingsbury and 
Miss Kellogg conduct in each year the economic journal club. 

Economic Journal Club. Two hours once a fortnight throughout the year. 

At the meetings recent books and articles are reviewed and the results of special inves- 
tigations presented for discussion, comment, and criticism. 

Post-Major Courses. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith offers in 1915-16 and again in 
1917-18 the following post-major course, open to graduate 
students : 

Economic and Social Legislation in England and America since 1890. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 
The first semester is devoted to a review of recent English legislation dealing with trade 
unions, workmen's compensation, minimum wages, the sweated trades, old age pensions, 
unemployed, child-welfare, and the land system. In the second semester American legisla- 
tion on these subjects is reviewed, as well as recent Anti-Trust legislation. Special topics 
are assigned to students for reports, and attention is given to the use of original source 
material. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith offers in 1916-17 and agaui in 
1918-19 the following post-major course, open to graduate 
students : 

American Social Problems. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The object of this course is to trace certain social movements in the United States from 

1865 to the present time. Special studies are made of the changes in rural and urban popu- 



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lation; the development of city life; the problems of country life; immigration, the race 
problem; recent developments in education, the care of defectives, and poor relief . Special 
topics are assigned to students for reports and attention is given to the use of original 
source material. 

Dr. Fenwick offers in 1915-16 and again in 1916-17 the 
following post-major course, open to graduate students: 

International Law. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The object of this course is to present the rules of international law as a positive system 
with an historical background of custom and convention. Use is made of judicial decisions 
of British and American courts applying the principles of international law wherever such 
cases are in point, and an endeavour is made to determine the precise extent to which a 
given rule is legally or morally binding upon nations. In view of the importance of the 
rules relating to war and neutrality at the present time, greater attention is paid to these 
than to the laws prevailing between nations at peace. 

Dr. Fenwick offers in 1917-18 the following post-major 
course, open to graduate students: 

Constitutional Law of the United States. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 
In this course the leading principles of the American constitutional system will be 
examined. The course will deal principally with the federal constitution and the decisions 
of the Supreme Court of the United States. Some attention will be given, however, to 
state constitutions and the decisions of state courts. Stress will be laid upon decisions 
relating to social and economic questions. 

Dr. Kingsbury offers in each year the following post-major 
courses, open to graduate students: 

Elements of Social Statistics and Methods of Social Research. 

Two hours a week during the first semester. 
The object of the course is to acquaint the student with the sources of social statistical 
information and methods of securing, analysing, interpreting, and presenting social data. 
Preparation of various types of schedules, tabulation of information secured, the proper 
use of the several kinds of averages (mean, median and mode), are among the subjects 
presented. The course concludes with a critical study of the methods used in social eco- 
nomic investigations and reports by federal and state departments and by private organiza- 
tions. The courses in Graphic Mathematics and in Industrial and Census Problems must 
be taken in connection with this course. 

Organized Effort for Social Betterment. 

Tu>o hours a week during the second semester. 
A brief survey of the origin, growth, and present methods of the most important social 
service and social welfare organizations will be presented in order to acquaint the student 
with the lines of activity open to social workers, (1) in social education, through settle- 
ments, civic centres or other neighborhood organizations; (2) in improvements of 
industrial conditions, through associations for labor legislation, labor organizations, or 
consumers' efforts; (3) in vocational counselling, through vocational advising, through 
placement, or through adjustment of employment; (4) in child welfare, through societies 
for care and protection of children; (5) in family care, through organizations for the reduc- 
tion and prevention of poverty; (6) in social guardianship, through the probation work in 
the juvenile courts or corrective institutions; or (7) in social investigation and research. 



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Dr. Fenwick offers in each year the following free elective 
course, open to graduate students: 

Elements of Private Law. One hour a week throuohout the year. 

The object of the course is to familiarize the student with the principles and technical 
terms of those branches of private law with which the ordinary citizen is brought into con- 
tact. The subjects covered include Persons and Domestic Relations, Contracts, Torts, 
Real and Personal Property, and the chief forms of Procedure. The lectures are supple- 
mented by a study and discussion of judicial decisions bearing on the subject. 

Social Economy and Social Research.' 

The Carola Woerishoffer Graduate Department of Social 
Economy and Social Research. 

This department was opened in the autumn of 1915 and is 
known as the Carola Woerishoffer Graduate Department of 
Social Economy and Social Research in order that the name 
of Carola Woerishoffer may be associated in a fitting and last- 
ing way with Bryn Mawr College which she so generously 
endowed. The department affords women an opportunity of 
obtaining advanced scientific training in philanthropy and 
social service to which Carola Woerishoffer devoted her life. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Susan Myra Kingsbury, Carola Woerishoffer Professor of 
Social Economy and Director of the Carola Woerishoffer 
Department of Social Research, Miss Angle Lillian Kellogg, 
Reader (elect) in Social Economy and Social Research, and 
Miss Frieda Segelke Miller, Secretary to the Department of 
Social Economy and Social Research, with the co-operation of 
the following members of the closely allied departments of 
Economics and Politics, Philosophy, Psychology and Educa- 
tion. Dr. Marion Parris Smith, Associate Professor of Eco- 
nomics; Dr. Charles Ghequiere Fenwick, Associate Professor 
of Political Science; Dr. Theodore de Laguna, Professor of 
Philosophy; Dr. James H. Leuba, Professor of Psychology and 
Education; Dr. Clarence Errol Ferree, Associate Professor of 
Experimental Psychology; Dr. Gertrude Rand, Associate in 
Experimental and Educational Psychology; Dr. Matilde Castro, 
Associate Professor of Education; and Dr. Charlotte Angas 
Scott, Professor of Mathematics, and Dr. David Hilt Tennent, 
Professor of Biology. The seminaries and courses given by 



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these instructors and enumerated below are specially adapted 
for students of Social Economy and Social Research. 

The courses in Social Economy and Social Research are 
intended for graduate students who may present a diploma 
from some college of acknowledged standing. No undergrad- 
uate students are admitted although graduate students in the 
department in addition to the undergraduate courses in econ- 
omics and political science may elect, subject to the approval 
of the Director, undergraduate courses in other subjects. 

Students of this department should offer for admission to 
their graduate work a preliminary course in economics, and 
more advanced courses equivalent to the Brsm IMawT College 
major course in economics, pohtics or history, and also pre- 
liminary work m psychologj^ or biology, or should follow such 
courses while taking the work of the department. 

The courses are planned for one, two, and three years, on 
the principle that about two-thirds of the student's time shall 
be given to the study of theory and statistics and the remain- 
ing one-third to practical investigation and work in her chosen 
field. One half year may be spent in residence in a social 
service institution or in connection T\-ith a social welfare organi- 
zation in Philadelphia, or Xew York, or elsewhere during which 
time the practical work and special reading and research will 
be supervised bj' the Director of the department and the 
Head of the institution or organization. 

The fields from which a subject for the practicum maj- be chosen are 
as wide as are the organized activities for social welfare. Advantage has 
been taken by the department of the verj^ generous interest and co-opera- 
tion of the Philadelphia social agencies to secure for its students definite 
affiliations vdih organizations in the fields chosen by them and a knowl- 
edge of the extent and character of such social activites in the city. This 
has led in the year 1915-16 to an arrangement for co-operative work -n-ith 
the CoUege Settlement imder Miss Anna Davies, the Crim in al Division of 
the Municipal Court imder Dr. Louise Stevens Bryant, the Society for 
Organizing Charity under Miss Betsey Libbey, the Di^'ision of Employ- 
ment of the Bureau of Compulsory Education under Mr. Henry J. Gideon, 
and ]Mr. M. P. Townsend, the Women's Trade Union League imder ^liss 
Florence SamoUe, the Social Service Department of the Hospital of the 
University of Pennsylvania under Miss Helen Glenn and MLss Sawtelle, 
and the Consumers' League under Miss Mary McConnell. As the needs 
and interests of students make it desirable to place them as workers with 



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other organizations, such as the Juvenile Court, Child Welfare Agencies, the 
Glenn Mills Reformatory, or the Bureau for Municipal Research, definite 
arrangements for co-operative supervision of such work will be made. 

Graduates of colleges other than Bryn Mawr College with 
the preparation specified above who are able to study for one 
year only will receive diplomas certifying to the work they 
have taken. As the degree of Master of Arts is conferred only 
on graduates of Bryn Mawr College it is hoped that this diploma 
will in many cases be accepted for the master's degree in the 
colleges and universities from which students have received 
their bachelor's degree. Graduates of Bryn Mawr College 
may receive the degree of Master of Arts in Social Economy 
and Social Research under the conditions prescribed for this 
degree. 

The degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Social Economy and 
Social Research is open to graduates of all colleges of high stand- 
ing under the conditions prescribed for this degree in Bryn Mawr 
College. 

Graduate students that have completed the above prelimin- 
ary work in Economics and Political Science, or its equivalent, 
who are able to study for two years only will receive a diploma 
certifying to the work they have taken in the Graduate Depart- 
ment of Social Economy and Social Research. 

Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Social 
Economy and Social Research may select their associated or 
independent minors from the following seminaries and graduate 
courses and from other graduate seminaries or courses, subject 
to the approval of the Graduate Committee. The practicum 
through which training and experience may be obtained under 
a social service institution or in connection with a social service 
organization will be counted towards the associated minor. 

Ten hours a week of seminary work, eight hours of graduate 
lectures and seventeen and a half hours of imdergraduate courses 
are offered in 1915-16 and will be increased in 1916-17 to six- 
teen hours a week of seminary work, eleven hours of graduate 
lectures, and twenty-five and a half homs of advanced under- 
graduate work available for graduate students in Social Econ- 
omy and Social Research; direction of mvestigation and 
research in special fields, and supervision of the practicum in 



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social service and welfare accompanies the seminaries and 
courses. The seminaries and courses announced by the depart- 
ment are given in rotation so that different courses may be 
taken through three consecutive years. The selection of courses 
depends upon the field of social work which the student may 
choose. The seminary in Social Research or the seminary in 
Social Theory, and, unless previously taken, a post-major 
course in Social Statistics and Methods of Social Research are 
required of all students of the department. 

Graduate Courses. 

The following gi-aduate courses may be elected subject to the approval 
of the Du-ector of the Department by students working for the first and 
second year diplomas as well as by candidates for the degree of Master of 
Arts or of Doctor of Philosophy in Social Economy and Social Research. 

Dr. Kingsbury offers in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Seminary in Social Research. Three hours a week thro-ughout the year. 

The seminary will study some aspects of Social and Industrial Problems. 

Research including field work in standards of living, income, wages, social relations, 
industrial conditions of women and children, vocational opportunities and demands, or 
some other subject will be required of research fellows and scholars and will be offered to 
every student. A group of students may co-operate to produce a study which, it is hoped, 
will prove a contribution to our knowledge of the social or industrial conditions investigated. 

As the chief subjects of investigation will vary from year to year it will be possible for 
students to follow the work of the seminary for three consecutive years. 

Miss Kellogg offers in 1916-17, and in each succeeding year 
the following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Social Theory. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1916-17 the subject of the seminary will be Social Origins and Social Evolution, a 
study of the sentiments, the political and moral tendencies, and the religious and mental 
traits of primitive man as expressed in language, material invention, activities and forma- 
tion, dispersions and struggles of primitive groups. 

In 1917-18 the subject of the seminary will be Social Institutions, a study of domestic 
relations, kinship groups, marriage and the family, industrial organizations, the church, 
the state, schools, courts of justice, classes, and rights. 

Miss Kellogg offers in 1916-17 and each succeeding year 
the following graduate course: 

Social treatment of dependents and social treatment of delinquents and 

defectives. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

This course will involve a study of the principles, methods, and agencies employed for 

the prevention, relief and cure of dependency, defectiveness, and delinquency, such as 



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family case-work, outdoor relief, and institutional care, juvenile courts, probation and 
parole systems, the indeterminate sentence and psychological laboratories in connection 
■with covirts. 

Miss Kellogg offers in 1917-18 and again in 1919-20 the 
following graduate course: 

Legal Procedure in cases involving women and children. 

One hour a week throughout the year. 
The administrative side of the law affecting women and children is presented in this 
course. It includes a study of the law as applied in juvenile courts, domestic relations 
courts, and other municipal courts. 

Miss Kellogg offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the 
following graduate course: 

Social Administration. One how a week throughout the year. 

The object of this course is to study the functions and departments of state boards of 
charities and corrections; state boards of education; organized charities; other social 
welfare reformatory and educational institutions; boards of managers' and superintendents' 
reports; and especially the making of statistical reports and budgets. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith offers in each year the following 
graduate seminary: 

Economic Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1916-17 the theories and problems of Distribvition and the agencies in modem social 
life that affect the distribution of wealth will be studied. Special attention wiU be paid 
to wage problems, profit sharing, various plans for controlling large scale production 
modern land systems, etc. 

In 1917-18 Economic Theory in England and America in the nineteenth century with 
special attention to the ideas of free trade and protection wiU be the subject of the seminary. 

Dr. Fenwick offers in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Political Seminary. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 Constitutional Questions involved in Modem Economic and Social Problems 
is the subject of the seminary. The chief economic and social problems in the United 
States are studied from the point of view of the restrictions placed by the constitution 
upon the legislative powers of Congress and of the several states in dealing with those 
subjects. As an introduction the various theories relating to the functions of the state 
and the proper sphere of its activity are discussed. 

In 1916-17 Constitutional Law of the United States will be the subject of the seminarj'. 
The decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States will form the basis of the work. 
Special stress will be laid upon the relations between the federal and state governments, 
interstate commerce, and due process of law under the Fourteenth Amendment. Students 
will be required to present brief reports upon assigned cases in the first semester and to 
prepare a longer report upon a group of cases in the second semester. 

In 1917-18 Municipal Government and Problems will be the subject of the seminarj-. 

Dr. Leuba offers in each year the following graduate seminary : 

Psychological Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 



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As the foundation of the work of the seminary one or two of the following subjects will 
be chosen each year: instinct, feeling, and emotion; the psychology of reUgion and of 
ethics; social psychology; abnormal psychology (mental disorders, arrested mental develop- 
ment, etc.); animal behaviour; psychology of the beautiful. 

In 1915-16 the psychology of abnormal and unusual children was the subject of the 
seminary. 

Dr. Leuba offers in 1916-17 and in each succeeding year 
the following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Social Psychology. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

In 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the principles of social psychology and their applica- 
tions to problems of commerce, industry and government are the subject of the seminary. 

In 1917-18 and again in 1919-20 Temperament and Character, their instinctive and 
emotional foundation, will be the subject of the seminary. 

This seminary may be elected separately or may be combined with the seminary in 
Social and Political Philosophy given in the second semester to count as a seminary in the 
Department of Social Economy and Social Research. 

Dr. Theodore deLaguna offers in 1916-17 and in each suc- 
ceeding year the following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Social and Political Philosophy. 

Two hours a week during the second semester. 
The topics chosen for discussion will vary from year to year. Among them will be such 
subjects as: the general nature of law ; sovereignty and allegiance; the conception of per- 
sonal liberty; property; punishment; marriage and the family; moral education. This 
seminary may be elected separately or may be combined with the seminary in social psy- 
chology given in the first semester to count as a seminary in the Department of Social 
Economy and Social Research. 

Dr. Gordon conducts in 1915-16 and Dr. Castro will conduct 
in each succeeding year the following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Principles and Methods of Education. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 
In the seminary the principles and methods of education which bear most directly on 
the selection and teaching of the school curriculum are considered. For members of the 
seminary who prove to be quaUfied, opportunities will be afforded for practice in teaching 
individual children or small groups of Model School pupils who may require special instruc- 
tion. Observation of classes in the Model School and elsewhere will be part of the required 
work. 

Dr. Rand offers in each year the following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Mental Tests. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Laboratory Work. Four hours a week throughout the year. 

This course combines seminary, laboratory drUI, and research features. In the sem- 
inary work the history, development, and purpose of mental tests will be treated, and 
a study made of the sensory and higher mental processes. The laboratory drill will con- 
sist of training in the application of tests (including the Binet-Simon series) , and practice 
in diagnosing mental ability, using as subjects children from schools in the vicinity of 
Bryn Mawr and Philadelphia. The research work will consist of special problems in the 



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devising and standardization of teats, and the formulation of methods designed to improve 
specific mental deficiencies. The course is open only to graduate students who have had 
training in experimental psychology. If taken in connection with the special laboratory 
problems the work of the seminary and laboratory work will occupy thirteen hours a week 
of the student's time. Students not taking the special problems will be credited with 
ten hours work. 

Special Laboratory Problems in Mental Tests. 

Four hourg a week throughout the year. 
This course is offered in each year in connection with the course in Mental Tests to 
students who wish to pursue advanced work. 

Dr. Kingsbury and Miss Kellogg offer in each year the fol- 
lowing practicum for graduate students: 

Practicum in Social Economy. Time equivalent to one seminary. 

Conference one hour a week throughout the year. 

It is intended that one-third of the time of each student* in the department should be 
devoted to a practicum which shall come under the joint direction of a member of the 
department of Social Economy and the head of the social welfare institution with which 
the student elects to take this work. The work must be of a sufficiently practical character 
to give the student both the necessary training to fit her to enter her selected field at the 
close of the course and at the same time a general knowledge of the subject and a theo- 
retical understanding of its problems, methods and technique. 

The fields from which a subject for the practicum may be chosen are as wide as are the 
organized activities for social welfare. Advantage has been taken by the department of 
the very generous interest and co-operation of the Philadelphia social agencies to secure 
for its students definite affiliations with organizations in the fields chosen by them and a 
knowledge of the extent and character of such social activities in the city. This has led 
in the year 1915-16 to an arrangement for co-operative work with the College Settlement 
under Miss Anna Davies, the Criminal Division oi the Municipal Court under Dr. Louise 
Stevens Bryant, the Society for Organizing Charity under Miss Betsey Libbey, the 
Division of Employment of the Bureau of Compulsory Education under Mr. Henry J. 
Gideon and Mr. M. P. Townsend, the Women's Trade Union League under Miss Florence 
SanviUe, the Social Service Department of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania 
under Miss Helen Glenn and Miss Sawtelle and the Consumers' League under Miss Mary 
McConnell. As the needs and interests of students make it desirable to place them as 
workers with other organizations, such as the Juvenile Court, Child Welfare Agencies, 
the Glenn Mills Reformatory or the Bureau for Municipal Research, definite arrange- 
ments for co-operative supervision of such work will be made. 

The following advanced undergraduate courses are offered 
to students in the department: 

Dr. Kingsbury offers in each year the following post-major 
course, open to graduate students: 

Elements of Social Statistics and Methods of Social Research. 

Two hours a week during the first semester. 

The object of the course is to acquaint the student with the sources of social statistical 

information and methods of securing, analysing, interpreting and presenting social data. 

Preparation of the various types of schedules, tabulation of information secured, and the 

proper use of the several kinds of averages (mean, median, mode), are among the subjects 

* Candidates who have had satisfactory experience in their chosen field may devote all 
their time to courses in theory and allied subjects. 



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considered. The course concludes with a critical study of the methods used in social 
economic investigations and reports by federal and state departments and by private 
organizations. This course must be accompanied by the courses in Graphic Mathematics 
and in Industrial and Census Problems. 

Dr. Scott offers in 1915-16 and again in 1916-17 the follow- 
ing free elective course, open to graduate students: 

Graphic Mathematics. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The course deals with statistical work, probability, and theory of errors. It is recom- 
mended to students of economics and of social economy as weU as to students of physics. 
No knowledge of mathematics beyond the requirements for matriculation is presupposed. 

In 1916-17 the following free elective course, open to grad- 
uate students, will be offered by an instructor whose appoint- 
ment will be announced later: 

Industrial and Census Problems. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This course deals with the application of statistical methods to questions arising in the 
study of industry and population and is recommended to students of Social Economy 
who are taking the course in Graphic Mathematics. 

Dr. Kingsbury offers in each year the following post-major 
course, open to graduate students: 

Organized Effort for Social Betterment. 

Two hours a week during the second semester. 
A brief survey of the origin, growth, and present methods of the most important social 
service and social welfare organizations will be presented in order to acquaint the student 
with the lines of activity open to social workers; (1) in social education, through settle* 
ments, civic centres or other neighborhood organizations; (2) in improvements of 
industrial conditions, through associations for labor legislation, labor oiganizations, or 
consumers' efforts; (3) in vocational counselling, through vocational advising, through 
placement, or through adjustment of employment; (4) in child welfare, through societies 
for care and protection of children; (5) in family care, through organizations for the reduc- 
tion and prevention of poverty; (6) in social guardianship, through the probation work 
in the juvenile courts or corrective institutions; or (7) in social investigation and research. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith offers in 1915-16 and again in 
1917-18 the following post-major course, open to graduate 

students : 

Economic and Social Legislation in England and America since 1890. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 
The first semester is devoted to a review of recent English legislation dealing with 
trade unions, workmen's compensation, minimum wages, the sweated trades, old age 
pensions, imemployed, child-welfare, and the land system. In the second semester Amer- 
ican legislation on these subjects is reviewed, as well as recent Anti-Trust legislation. 
Special topics are assigned to students for reports, and attention is given to the use of 
original source material. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith offers in 1916-17 and again in 
1918-19 the following post-major course, open to graduate 
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American Social Problems. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The object of this course is to trace certain social movements in the United States from 
1865 to the present time. Special studies are made in the changes in rural and urban 
population; immigration, the race problem; the development of city life; the problems 
of country life; recent developments in education; the care of defectives, and poor relief; 
problems of food distribution, retail markets. Special topics are assigned to students 
for reports and attention is given to the use of original source material. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith offers in each year the following 
major course, open to graduate students: 

History of Economic Thought. Five hours a week during the second semester. 

The object of this course is to give advanced students an historical introduction to 
modem economic thought as a basis for a critical study of modern economic problems. 
The successive changes in the theory of value and of distribution since the middle of the 
eighteenth century are studied with special reference, first, to the philosophical and specu- 
lative thought, and second, to the industrial institutions of the times. 

The students will be expected to read critically portions of standard texts, including 
Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations; Ricardo's Principles of Political Economy and Taxation; 
Malthus's Principles of Population; Senior's Political Economy; J. S. Mill's Principles 
of Political Economy; Jevon's Political Economy; and selections from the writings of 
Marshall, Wicksteed, Boehm-Bawerk, Wieser, J. B. Clark, Pantaleoni and others. Nu- 
merous short papers in connection with the reading, and one long report on some specially 
assigned subject are required. 

Dr. Fenmck offers in each year the following major course, 
open to graduate students: 

Present PoHtical Problems. Five hours a week during the first semester. 

The object of this course is to present the chief political problems which have arisen in 
recent years. The several branches of the federal and state governments are taken up 
one by one and such questions are discussed as: the influence of the Executive over Con- 
gress; the conflict between treaties and legislation; the relation of the administrative 
departments to Congress; Committee rule in Congress; the growth of judicial power 
and proposals for restricting it; the coiirts and social legislation; the initiative, referen- 
dum, and recall; Commission government in cities, etc. The course will be preceded by 
a brief study of modern theories relating to the end and object of the state, with the 
object of ascertaining the proper sphere of the acti\'itie3 of the state. 

Dr. Fenwick offers in each year the following free elective 
course, open to graduate students: 

Elements of Private Law. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The object of the course is to familiarize the student with the principles and technical 
terms of those branches of private law with which the ordinary citizen is brought into 
contact. The subjects covered include Persons and Domestic Relations, Contracts, 
Torts, Real and Personal Property, and the chief forms of Procedure. The lectures are 
supplemented by a study and discvission of judicial decisions bearing on the subject. 

Dr. Gordon offers in 1915-16 and Dr. Rand offers in 191&-17 
and in each succeeding year the following major course, open 
to graduate students: 

AppUed Psychologj' . Five hours a week during the second semester. 



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The specific applications of psychology form the subject matter of this course. An 
important feature is the application to the work of the clinic. Demonstrations are made 
of the mental equipment of children of different ages and individual practise is given in 
mental testing. The applications of psychology to law, medicine, vocational guidance, 
advertising, etc., are briefly considered. Four hours a week of laboratory work is required 
from students taking the course. A knowledge of psychology equivalent to that obtained 
in the minor course is presupposed. 

In addition to the above courses the following courses may 
be elected in accordance with the chosen field and subject 
to the approval of the Director of the Department: 

Dr. Theodore de Lagima offers in each year the following 
major course, open to graduate students: 

xL/lementary Ethics. Five hours a week during the second semester. 

The course comprises an historical and critical introduction to ethics. Particular atten- 
tion is paid to recent studies in moral evolution and their significance for the question of 
the objectivity of moral standards. The latter part of the course includes a simple treat- 
ment of the general theory of values with illustrations of its applications in ethics, aesthet- 
ics and economics. 

Dr. Leuba offers in each year the following major course, 
open to graduate students: 

Social Psychology: The Psychology of Group Life and the Origin and 
the Nature of Magic, ReUgion, Ethics, Science and Art. 

Five hours a week during the first semester. 
Psychology has so far been concerned almost exclusively with individuals, human or 
animal, normal or abnormal. But a crowd, a clique, an industrial trust, do not behave 
as the individuals composing them would behave if they acted independently. For this 
reason the study of the laws of social interrelation and of social action has become a 
separate branch of psychology. The social institutions magic, religion, ethics, science, 
art, industry, and commerce are the most important forms which social life has assumed 
in the course of human development. 

Dr. Tennent offers in each ye'ar the following free elective 
course, open to graduate students: 

Theoretical Biology. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This is a historical course dealing with the development of the theories of biology. 
The course is open to students who have had one year's training in science. A con- 
siderable amount of assigned reading is required. 

Philosophy. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction 
of Dr. Theodore de Leo de Laguna, Professor of Philosophy, 
Dr. Grace Mead Andrus de Laguna, Associate Professor of 
Philosophy, Dr. Albert Edwin Avey, Associate in Philosophy, 
and Miss Marion Reilly, Dean of the College and Reader in 
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Graduate Courses. 

A seminary in logic and metaphysics is offered each year and a semin- 
ary in ethics and one in the history of philosophy are offered in alternate 
years. The subjects of study are changed from year to year through a 
cycle of three years. Ten hours a week of advanced undergraduate courses 
are also open to graduate students. Students electing Philosophy as their 
major subject for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy may emphasize 
either metaphysics or ethics. For the list of approved associated and 
independent minors see the Regulations of the Academic Coimcil. 

No undergraduates are admitted to graduate covu-ses. 

Dr. Theodore de Lagiina conducts in alternate years the 
following graduate seminary: 

Ethical Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 Political Ethics is the subject of the seminary. During the first semester 
the relations between the state and the indi\'idual are studied, and during the second 
semester international relations. This subject will hereafter be replaced by Recent French 
Ethics: Durkheim, Le^-y-Bruhl, Fouillle, Belot, and Paulhan. 

In 1917-18 English Evolutionary Ethics, as exemplified in the writings of Darsvdn, 
Spencer, Clifford, Stephen, Alexander, and Hobhouse, and as criticized by Green, Sorley, 
Huxley, Pringle-Pattison, and RashdaU, will be studied. Special attention will be given 
to the problem of determining the nature and limitations of the genetic method as applied 
in ethical research. 

Dr. Grace de Laguna conducts in alternate years the follow- 
ing graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Logic and Metaphysics. Tivo hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1915-16 the Nature of Consciousness is the subject of the seminary. During the 
first semester the psychophysical aspect is examined and during the second semester the 
epistemological aspect. 

In 1917-18 Contemporary Realism as represented by Moore, Russell, Alexander, Perrj-, 
McGilvary- and Fullerton will be the subject of the seminary. 

Dr. Theodore de Lagima conducts in alternate years the 
following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Logic and Metaphysics. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1916-17 Inductive and Genetic logic will be studied. The theories of Sigwart, Wundt, 
Bradley, Bosanquet, Dewey, and Baldwin are the basis of investigation. 

Id 1918-19 English Empiricism will be discussed in the seminary. Special attention 
will be paid to its connections with associationism, and to the development of the theory 
of scientific method. 

Dr. Avey conducts in alternate years the following graduate 
seminary: 

Seminary in the History of Philosophy. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1916-17 the philosophy of Kant is the subject of the seminary. The principal writ- 
ings of the critical period will be read and a careful study will be made of the final organiza- 
tion of Kant's system in the Critique of Judgment. 



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In 1918-19 Descartes and Spinoza will be studied with special reference to their view 
of the relation between idea and object. 

Dr. Theodore de Laguna offers in each year the following 
graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Social and PoKtical Philosophy. 

Two hours a week during the second semester. 

The topics chosen for discussion will vary from year to year. Prominent among them 
will be: the general nature of law; sovereignty and allegiance; the conception of per- 
sonal liberty; property; punishment; marriage and the family; moral education. 

This seminary may be elected separately, or may be combined with the seminary in 
Social Psychology, given two hours a week during the first semester, as a seminary for 
students in the Department of Social Economy and Social Research. 

Dr. Avey offers in 1915-16 the following graduate course: 

Logistic. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This course includes a study of the more general laws of thought under which the laws of 
the traditional logic stand as special instances. 

Dr. Theodore de Laguna, Dr. Grace de Laguna and Dr. 
Avey conduct in each year the philosophical journal club. 

Philosophical Journal Club. Two hours once a fortnight throughout the year. 

The advanced students and the instructors meet to report on and discuss recent evierws 
and philosophical articles. 

The following advanced undergraduate courses may be 
attended by graduate students: 

Dr. Theodore de Laguna offers in each year the following 
courses : 

History of Philosophy. Fire hours a week during the first semester. 

Ancient philosophy is very briefly treated. The greater part of the course is devoted 
to the discussion of selections from the principal writings of Bacon, Hobbes, Descartes, 
Spinoza, Leibniz, Locke, Berkeley, and Hume. 

Elementary Ethics. Five hours a v)eek during the second semester. 

The course comprises an historical and critical introduction to ethics. Particular atten- 
tion will be given to recent studies in moral evolution, and their significance for the ques- 
tion of the objectivity of moral standards. 

The latter part of the course will include a simple treatment of the general theory of 
values, with illustrations of its application in the fields of ethics, asthetics, and economics. 

Dr. Avey offers in each year the following course: 

From Kant to Spencer. Five hours a week during the first semester. 

The couise is principally occupied with the development of the post-Kantian idealism, 
and with the naturalistic systems of Comte, J. S. Mill, and Spencer, 



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Dr. Grace de Laguna offers in 1916-17 the following course: 

Recent Philosophical Tendencies. Five hours a week during the second semester. 
This course includes a discusaion of auch theories as pragmatism, idealism, neo-realism, 
etc. In 1915-16 this course was given by Dr. Avey. 

Psychology. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. James H. Leuba, Professor of Psychology, Dr. Clarence 
Errol Ferree, Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology 
and Director of the Psychological Laboratory, Dr. Kate Gordon, 
Associate Professor of Education, Dr. Gertrude Rand, Associate 
in Experimental and Educational Psychology, and Dr. Albert 
Edwin Avey, Associate in Philosophy. 

Graduate Courses. 

Seven hours of graduate lectures and seminary work are offered in each 
year in addition to the direction of private reading and original research. 
Ten hours a week of advanced undergraduate courses are also open to 
graduate students. The laboratories of experimental psychology are open 
for research work. Students may offer either Social Psychology or Experi- 
mental and Sj'stematic Psychology as a major subject for the degree of 
Doctor of Philosophy. A list of approved associated and independent 
minors will be found in the Regulations of the Academic Council. 

Dr. Leuba offers in each year the following graduate 
seminaries : 

Psychological Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

As the foundation of the work of the seminary one or two of the following subjects 
will be chosen each year: instinct, feeling and emotion; the psychology of religion and 
of ethics; social psychology; abnormal psychology (mental disorders, arrested mental 
development, etc.); animal behaviour; psychology of the beautiful. In 1915-16 the 
psychology of abnormal and unusual children was the subject of the seminary. 

Seminary in Social Psychology. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

In 1916-17 and again in 1918-19 the principles of social psychology and their applica- 
tions to problems of commerce, industry and government are the subject of the seminary. 

In 1917-18 and again in 1919-20 temperament and character and their instinctive and 
emotional foundation will be studied. This seminary together with the seminary in social 
philosophy, given in the second semester, may be counted as a seminary by students in 
the Department of Social Economy and Social Research. 

Dr. Ferree offers in each year the following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Systematic Psychology. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

This seminary is intended, primarily, to give a systematic presentation of the literature 
of experimental psychology. Due consideration, however, will be given to all points 
pf systematic importance. The work is grouped about the following topics; sensation, 



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the simpler sense complexes, perception and ideas, feeling and the affective processes, 
attention, action, and the intellectual processes (memory, association, imagination, etc.). 
The course covers three years; but the topics chosen and the time devoted to each vary from 
year to year according to the needs of the students. 

Psychological Laboratory Work. 

The laboratory work consists of individual practice and research. 

Dr. Leuba, Dr. Ferree and Dr. Rand together conduct in each 
year the psychological journal club. 

Psychological Joui-nal Club. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The advanced students meet with the instructors once a week to hear or read reports 
on the literature of the subject and on the work done in the laboratory. 

The following advanced undergraduate courses may be 
attended by graduate students : 

Dr. Leuba offers in each year the following courses: 

Social Psychology: The Psychology of Group Life and the Origin and 
the Nature of Magic, ReUgion, Ethics, Science and Art. 

Five hours a week during the first semester. 

Psychology has so far been concerned almost exclusively with individuals, human or 
animal, normal or abnormal. But a crowd, a clique, an industrial trust, do not behave as 
the individuals composing them would behave if they acted independently. For this 
reason the study of the laws of social interrelation and of social action has become a separate 
branch of psychology. The social institutions, magic, religion, ethics, science, art, industry, 
and commerce are the most important forms which social life has assTuned in the course 
of human development. 

The Psychology of Instinct and Emotion, and Animal Behaviour. 

Five hours a week during the second semester. 
Although the course in animal psychology does not necessitate a special knowledge of 
biology, yet it appeals to students of that science since it deals with animal behaviour. Time 
is spent on an analysis of the methods by which animals learn. This part of the course 
is of special interest to students of education because of the light thrown upon the prob- 
lems of mental acquisition in man. 

Dr. Ferree and Dr. Rand ofiFer in each year the following 
course : 

Experimental Psychology. Five hours a week during the first semester. 

Laboratory work. Four hours a week during the first semester. 

The lectures constitute an abbreviated course in systematic psychology in which the 
historical, critical, and theoretical features of the subjects covered are discussed and the 
experimental features demonstrated. The laboratory work consists of individual practise 
in selected topics. 

Dr. Ferree offers in each year the following course: 

Advanced Experimental Psychology. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course consists of five hours laboratory work a week, the students being assigned 
problems to investigate. 



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Dr. Gordon offers in 1915-16 and Dr. Rand offers in 1916-17 
and in each succeeding year the following course: 

Applied Psychology. Fire hours a week during the second semester. 

Laboratory work. Four hours a week throughout the second semester. 

The specific applications of psychology form the subject matter of this course. An 
important feature is the application to the work of the clinic. Demonstrations are made 
of the mental equipment of children of different ages and individual practise is given in 
mental testing. The applications of psychology to law, medicine, vocational guidance, 
advertising, etc. are briefly considered. 

Education. 

This Department is organized in part from the Phebe Anna 

Thome Endowment and is connected with the Phebe 

Anna Thome Model School. 

The instruction in Education is under the direction of Dr. 
Kate Gordon, Associate Professor of Education, Dr. Matilde 
Castro, Associate Professor of Education and Director of the 
Phebe Anna Thome Model School, Professor James H. Leuba, 
Professor of Psychology, Dr. Clarence Errol Ferree, Associate 
Professor of Experimental Psychology and Director of the 
Psychological Laboratory, Dr. Gertrude Rand, Associate in 
Experimental and Educational Psychology, and Miss Angle 
Lillian Kellogg, Reader (elect) in Social Economy and Social 
Research. 

The work of the Department of Education is intended for 
graduate students only. No undergraduate students are per- 
mitted to take any graduate work in education although grad- 
uate students may if they so desire elect undergraduate courses 
in education and psychology and other subjects. The courses 
are planned for graduate students who wish to study educa- 
tion for one, two, and three years on the principle that about 
one-half of the student's time will be given to purely edu- 
cational courses and the remaining half to courses in the 
subjects in which she is preparing herself to teach. The degree 
of Master of Arts in Education is open to graduates of Bryn 
Mawr College only. Graduates of other colleges receive diplo- 
mas certifying to the work that they have taken in the Graduate 
Department of Education. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
in Education is open to graduates of all colleges of high stand- 
ing under the general conditions prescribed for the degree of 
Doctor of Philosophy. 



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The Phebe Anna Thome Model School. 

The Phebe Anna Thorne School opened in the autumn of 
1913 under the, direction of the Bryn Mawr College Graduate 
Department of Education. It is maintained by an endowment 
of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars given by the executors 
of the estate of the late Phebe Anna Thorne to perpetuate her 
deep interest in school education and her desire to further 
research in the best methods of teaching school subjects. The 
^hebe Anna Thorne School is an integral part of the Graduate 
Department of Education and affords its students an opportun- 
ity to follow the work of the expert teachers of the model school 
and discuss in seminaries conducted by the professors of educa- 
tion the various problems of teaching and administration as 
they arise from day to day. Pupils are admitted at ten years 
of age and will be fitted to enter Bryn Mawr and other colleges 
on the completion of a seven years' high school course based on 
the soundest available theory and practice of teaching to be 
found in this country or abroad. Wherever a new method of 
teaching a high school subject is known to have succeeded it 
will be studied and introduced into the model school and the 
results on the pupils of different methods of teaching the same 
subjects will be tested and compared in the psychological 
laboratories of the college. It is believed that the opportunity 
thus afforded of studying the newest approved methods of 
secondary teaching will enable teachers who have studied 
in the Graduate Department of Education to teach more 
efl&ciently and to command materially higher salaries. 

Geadtjatej Courses. 

In addition to two seminaries in education, and courses in the study of 
children and mental tests there are offered in each year observation classes 
in the Phebe Anna Thorne Model School and courses in systematic and 
experimental psychology recommended to students of education. Students 
electing education as their major subject for the degree of Doctor of Phil- 
osophy must elect experimental and systematic psychology as the associated 
minor. The list of approved independent minors will be found in the 
Regulations of the Academic Council. 

Dr. Gordon conducts in 1915-16 the following graduate 
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Seminary in Methods of Teaching. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The subjects dealt with in the seminary include the discussion of the pedagogical prin- 
ciples underlying the teaching of the various school branches, English, history, mathe- 
matics, science, etc. Two hours each week of observation of classes in the Phebe Anna 
Thome Model School are required in connection with the seminary. 

AU student? working in the department of education are required to attend this seminary. 

Semiaary in Educational Problems. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

All students working in the department of education who have completed the seminary 
in Methods of Teaching or have done equivalent work are expected to attend this sem- 
inary. The selection of subjects in this course varies from year to year. For 1915-16 
a study of the methods for diagnosing intelligence is taken up and an opportunity 
given for the student to assist at the giving of tests on school children. Other topics for 
study are: advanced readings in the History of Education, School Hygiene, the prin- 
ciples underlying the curriculum. 

Dr. Castro offers in 1915-16 the following graduate course: 
The Psychological Bases of Class-room Technique, Dr. Castro. 

One hour a week throughout the year. 
The course discusses and illustrates typical class-room problems and considers the psy- 
chological bases for their control. 

All students working in the department of education are required to attend this course. 

Dr. Castro offers in 1916-17 and in each succeeding year 
the following graduate seminary: 

Seminary in Principles and Methods of Education. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 
The principles of education and the methods which bear most directly on the selection 
and teaching of the school curriculum are the subject of the seminary. For members of 
the seminary who prove to be qualified there will be opportunities for practice in teaching 
individual children or small groups of Model School pupils who may require special instruc- 
tion. Observation of classes in the Model School and eLsewhere will be a part of the required 
work. 

Dr. Rand conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in Mental Tests. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Laboratory Work. Four hours a week throughout the year. 

This course combines seminary, laboratory drill, and research features. In the seminary 
work the history, development, and purpose of mental tests will be treated, and a study 
made of the sensory and higher mental processes. The laboratory drill will consist of 
training in the application of tests (including the Binet-Simon series), and practice in 
diagnosing mental ability, using as subjects children from schools in the vicinity of Bryn 
Mawr and Philadelphia. The research work will consist of special problems in the devising 
and standardization of tests, and the formulation of methods designed to improve specific 
mental deficiencies. The course is open only to graduate students who have had training 
in experimental psychology, and counts as a seminary only for those students who take 
in addition the course in special laboratory problems. Students who do not take the 
course in special problems wiQ. be credited with work amounting to ten hours a week. 

Special Laboratory Problems in Mental Tests. 

Four hours a week throughout the year. 
This course is offered in connection with the seminary in Mental Tests to student.? who 
wish to pursue advanced work. 



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Dr. Gordon, Dr. Castro and Dr. Rand together conduct the 
journal club. 

Journal Club in Education. Two hows once a fortnight throughout the year. 

The advanced students meet with the instructors once a fortnight to hear or read reports 
on the literature of the subject. 

In addition to the above courses the foUov.-ing courses in 
education and in other departments are adapted to the needs 
of graduate students in the department of education: 

Dr. Gordon offers in 1915-16 and ]Miss Kellogg %T.ill offer in 
1916-17 the foUoTriiig undergraduate course, open to graduate 
students : 

Introduction to Education. Two hour* a week throughoiU the year. 

The course is designed to give a general surs-ey of the field of pedagogical inqtiiry. It 
considers the social and philosophical conceptions which underly school practise and 
organization; the historical development of these conceptions, the psychological problems 
which are concerned in school management and methods of teaching and an introduction 
to the methods of experimental pedagogy. 

Dr. Ferree offers in each year the follovving courses: 
Seminarj' in Systematic Psychology. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

This seminary- is intended for graduate students who have already taken a course in experi- 
mental psychology and gives a systematic presentation of the literature of experimental 
psychology. Due consideration, however, is paid to all points of systematic impor- 
tance. The work is grouped about the following topics; sensation, the simpler sense 
complexes, perception and ideas, feeling and the affective processes, attention, action, 
and the intellectual processes (memory, association, imagination, etc.) The course covers 
three years, but the topics chosen and the time devoted to each vary from year to year 
according to the needs of the students. 

Experimental Psychology. Fixe hours a week during the first seniMter. 

This is an undergraduate course forming part of the minor or second year's work in 
psychology and aU graduate students of education are required to take this course or to 
have taken its equivalent. It should be substituted in the first year for the course in sys- 
tematic iMychology by students who have not had equivalent work. Four hours a week 
of laboratory work are required in connection with this course. 

IMr. King offers in each year the following graduate course : 

English Enunciation. One hour once a fortnight throughout the year. 

Classical Archaeology. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Mr. Rhj's Carpenter, Associate Professor of Classical Archae- 
ology and Dr. Marj- Hamilton Swindler, Reader in Latin and 
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An archseological seminary of two hours a week and a grad- 
uate course of one hour a week throughout the year are offered 
to graduate students who have done elementary archseological 
work, and also a journal club meeting one and a half hours 
a fortnight. In addition individual students will be directed in 
special work by means of private conferences. 

The undergraduate work is divided into courses of three hours 
a week and two hours a week, affording a complete series of 
instruction in the various branches of classical archaeology. It 
is recommended that those who elect archaeology as a major sub- 
ject should offer Greek Sculpture, Art and Life in Hellenistic 
Towns, and Ancient Rome, during their first year, reserving for 
their second year the courses on Ancient Architecture, Ancient 
Painting and Vases, and the Minor Arts. 

All the undergraduate courses are fully illustrated with lan- 
tern-slides, and photographs are available for review and com- 
parison. 

Graduate Courses, 

A seminary in archaeology and a journal club in archaeology are offered to 
graduate students in addition to the undergraduate courses which are open 
also to graduate students. A good reading knowledge of both French and 
German is indispensable, and famiharity with both Greek and Latin, 
though not required, is of the utmost value for graduate work in archaeology. 

Students electing classical archaeology as a major subject for the degree 
of Doctor of Philosophy must have taken the major xmdergraduate course 
in Greek and the minor undergraduate coiu-se in Latin or courses equivalent 
to these. A list of approved associated and independent minors will be 
found in the Regulations of the Academic Council. 

No undergraduates are admitted to graduate courses. 

Mr . Carpenter conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Archaeological Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course is open only to graduate students who have had some previous training in 
classical archaeology. The order of the subjects may be changed in accordance with the 
needs of the students. 

In 1915-16 Greek minor arts (coins, gems, terra-cottas) are studied in the first semes- 
ter, and the monuments and topography of Athens and Delphi in the second semester. 

In 1916-17 Greek architecture will be studied in the first semester, and Roman architec- 
ture in the second semester. 

In 1917-18 fifth century Greek sculpture is the subject of the seminary in the first semes- 
ter, and fifth century Greek vases in the second semester. 



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Dr. Swindler offers in each year the following graduate 
courses: 

jEgaean Archaeology with emphasis on the recent discoveries in Crete. 

One hour a week during the first semester. 

Ancient Painting. One hour a week during the second semester. 

The work includes a detailed survey of Cretan frescoes, painted plaques, stela and 
sarcophagi, Greek vases of the Polygnotan era, paintings found in Etruscan tombs, 
Pompeian wall decoration and the mummy portraits from the Faylim. 

Mr. Carpenter and Dr. Swindler together conduct in each 
year the Archaeological Journal club: 

Archaeological Journal Club. One and a half hours a fortnight throughout the year. 
The graduate students and the instructors meet for the presentation and discussion 
of topics of current archaeological literature. 

The following undergraduate courses may be attended by 
graduate students: 

Mr. Carpenter offers in each year the following min or and 
major courses: 

Ancient Architecture. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

An introductory outline of Egyptian, Cretan, and Mycenean building is followed by 
a detailed study of the principles and practice of architecture in Greece and Rome. The 
course ends with a brief survey of Byzantine, Renaissance, and present-day classical 
styles. Emphasis is laid on architectural evolution and its connection with the civilization 
of the times. This course was not given in 1913-16. 

Greek Sculpture. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

A critical study of the rise, perfection, and ultimate developments of sculpture in Greece. 
The coiirse is intended as a general introduction to the principles and appreciation of 
sculpture. 

Art and Life in Hellenistic Towns. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

A reconstruction, from existing remains, of town and city life in the period between the 
death of Alexander the Great and the Roman domination. 

Greek and Roman Minor Arts. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

The coxirse treats of Greek and Roman bronze statuettes, terra-cotta figurines, coins, 
gems, jewelry, silver-ware, and similar objects, mainly for their artistic and cultural interest. 
The first sis lectures deal with Cretan and Mycenean art. This course supplements that 
on Greek vase-painting given in the first semester. 

Dr. Swindler offers in each year the following minor and 
major courses: 

Ancient Painting and Vases. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

The course traces the development of ancient painting. It further forms an introduction 
to the mythology and daily life of Greece, through the study of designs on Greek vases. 

Ancient Rome. Ttoo hours a week during the tecond eemeater. 



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The course deals with the art and material civilization of Rome through Republican and 
Imperial times. It is intended both as an archaeological background to Latin studies and as 
an introduction to Roman art, especially sculpture and painting. The course includes a 
study of Etruscan art and its influence on early Rome. 

This course supplements that on Art and Life in Hellenistic Towns given in the first 
semester. 

History of Art. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Miss Georgiana Goddard King, Associate Professor of the 
History of Art, Miss Dorothy Ochtman, Demonstrator in the 
History of Art, and Miss Helen Huss Parkhurst, Reader and 
Demonstrator (elect) in the History of Art. 

Graduate Course, 

A seminary in History of Ai't of two hours a week throughout the year 
is offered to graduate students who have done elementary work in history 
of art. 

In addition to the gi'aduate seminary announced, other coui'ses will be 
provided as need for them arises, and individual students will be du'ected 
in special work by means of private conferences. History of Art may be 
offered as a minor for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. A list of major 
subjects with which it may be offered wiQ be found in the Regulations of 
the Academic Council. 

Miss King conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary and journal club: 

Seminary in Modern Painting. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In addition to working with books and photographs the students will be required to make 
short day-trips to study pictures. 

In 1916-17 the subject of the seminary is the Spanish primitives. 

In 1917-18 the sources of Spanish architecture from the 12th to the 15th century will be 
studied. 

In 1918-19 the subject will be Spanish painting after 1500, Special problems will be 
assigned for investigation and report. 

Journal Club in Modem Painting. 

Two hours once a fortnight throughout the year. 

The following undergraduate courses may be attended by 
graduate students: 

Miss King offers each year the following minor, major and 
elective courses: 

Italian Painting of the Renaissance from the Middle of the Thu-teenth 

to the Middle of the Sixteenth Century. Three hours a week throughout the year. 



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In the first semester the Italian. Primitives are studied, chiefly in the schools of Florence. 
Siena, and Umbria; in the second semester the painters of the High Renaissance, with 
special attention to those of Venice and the north of Italy. 

Gothic ArcMtecture. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The first semester is devoted to Romanesque and pointed architecture in Italy and 
Germany, -with special attention to the introduction of Gothic into Italy by the Cister- 
cians, and the second semester to the development of Gothic in France and Spain with 
parallels from English ecclesiastical architecture. 

Renaissance Sculpture. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The first semester is devoted to the sculpture of the Italian Renaissance, the second 

chiefly to Northern art, and in especial to figure sculpture in France from the building 

of the Cathedrals to the close of the Renaissance. The great sculptors of Germany and 

Spain win be studied carefuUj' in conclusion. 

Modern Painting. Three fwurs a week throughout the year. 

This course is an elective open only to students who have completed at least five hours 
for one year in the historj' of art, or an equivalent course. It deals with the history of 
painting since 18.30 and comes down +0 the present year. Students are expected to mak* 
trips to Philadelphia and the neighbourhood to study pictures, as often as may seem 
necessary. In 191.5-10 this course met for two hours a week in the second semester only. 

Miss King offers in 1915-16 and Miss Parkhurst "vvill offer 
in 1916-17 and in each succeeding year the following course, 
open to graduate students: 

Painting in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 
In the first semester the Dutch, German, and Flemish painters will be studied, in the 
second semester the French, Spanish, and English. 

Mathematics. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction 
of Dr. Charlotte Angas Scott, Professor of Mathematics, Mr. 
Charles Clinton Bramble, Lecturer in ]\Iathematics, and Dr. 
Ohve C. Hazlett, Associate (elect) in ^Mathematics. 

Graduate Coueses. 

The graduate courses consist of lectures and seminary work supple- 
mented by private reading under the direction of the instructors, the 
courses being arranged each year with reference to the wishes and degree 
of preparation of the students concerned. Students who elect mathematics 
as a major subject for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy are required to 
elect mathematics also as an associated minor. The list of approved 
independent minors will be found in the Regulations of the Academic 
Council. 

No undergraduates are admitted to graduate courses. 



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Dr. Scott offers in 1915-16 the following graduate course: 

General Theory of Plane Algebraic Curves. 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 
No knowledge of the systematic theory is presupposed, beyond what is contained in the 
customary work in analytical geometry. The lectures take up Pliicker's equations, the 
analysis of higher singularities, the theory of the intersections of curves, with some discus- 
sion of systems of curves and geometry on a curve. Attention is paid to special configura- 
tions that present themselves in connection with cubic and quartic curves. 

Dr. Scott offers in 1916-17 thefollowing graduate course: 

Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces. 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 
While the lectures will to some extent follow the arrangement of Eisenhart's treatise 
the intention is that students familiarise themselves with the corresponding work of 
Darboux. The whole subject is of much importance in present day Mathematics. 

Dr. Scott offers in 1917-18 the following graduate course: 
General Course in Higher Plane Curves. 

Two hours a week throughoiit the year. 

During the first semester the lectures will deal with general properties of plane algebraic 

curves, chiefly from the analytical standpoint, but partly from the topological. The 

second semester will be devoted either to the topology of plane algebraic curves, or, more 

probably, to a detailed treatment of certain special curves and classes of curves. 

Dr. Hazlett offers in 1916-17 the following graduate course: 

Formal Algebra. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

It is intended that the course deal with the formal properties of algebra, invariants, 
etc., without confining the treatment to any one particular ts^pe of algebra. 

Dr. Hazlett offers in 1917-18 the following graduate course: 

Theory of Algebraic Numbers. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

A short account of rational integers is given; afterwards the subject of integers in a 
general algebraic realm is taken up, special attention being given to quadratic realms. 

Dr. Scott and Dr. Hazlett together conduct the journal club. 

Mathematical Journal Club. One hour a fortnight throughout the year. 

The journal club holds fortnightly meetings at which reports on special topics or memoirs 
are presented by the instructors and the graduate students. 

Post-Major Courses. 

The post-major courses in mathematics are designed to bridge over the 
interval between the ordinary undergraduate studies and advanced work. 
They deal, therefore, with the subjects of the major course carried to 
higher developments and treated by higher methods. As the order of 
mathematical studies differs in different colleges, graduate students 
frequently find it advisable to devote a part of theii- time to these courses. 



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Regular written work is expected from all mathematical students, and a 
reading knowledge of French and German is presupposed. 

The post-major courses in any one year amount to four hours a week. 
The courses given are the following with occasional modifications: 

I. (a.) Lectures Introductory to Modern Analytical Geometry, in con- 
nection with Salmon's Conic Sections and Scott's Modern Analytical 
Geometry. 

or, I. (b.) Lectures on Modern Pure Geometry. 

or, I. (c.) Lectures on Special Topics in Geometry, such as Homoge- 
neous Coordinates, Circular Coordinates, Families of Curves, Certain 
Transcendental Curves, Geometrical Transformations, etc. 

Special permission to take this course before completing the two years of the major 
course may be granted to students whose work in the major course has shown that they 
are able to piofit by the lectures. 

IL (a.) Lectures Introductory to Modern Algebra, in connection with 
Salmon's Modern Higher Algebra, and EUiott's Algebra of Quantics. 

or, II. (b.) Lectures Preparatory to the Theory of Functions, in con- 
nection with Harkness and Morley's Introduction to the Theory of Analytic 
Functions and Chrystal's Algebra, Vol. II. 

or, II. (c.) Lectures on Differential Equations, ordinary and partiaL 

or, II. {d.) A general course in Analysis, deaUng with the higher devel- 
opment of subjects only touched upon in the major course, such as Deter- 
minants, Fourier's Series, Infinite Series, Definite Integrals, etc. 

or, II. (e.) Elementary Theory of Numbers. 

In 1915-16 the following post-major course is offered: 

I. (a.) Dr. Scott. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1916-17 the following post-major courses are offered: 

I. (5.) Dr. Scott. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

II. {d.) Dr. Hazlett. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Free Elective Courses. 

Dr. Scott offers in 1915-16 and again in 1916-17 the following 
free elective course, open to graduate students: 

Graphic Mathematics. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The course deals with statistical work, probability, and theory of errors. It is recom- 
mended to students of economics as well as to students of physics. No knowledge of 
mathematics beyond the requirement of matriculation is presupposed. 

Dr. Scott offers in 1917-18 the following free elective course, 
open to graduate students: 

Fundamental Theorems of Algebra and Geometry. 

One hour a week throughout the year . 



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Certain standard problems of historical interest are considered in order to elucidate some 
of the fundamental principles of mathematics. Either semester may be taken separately. 
No knowledge of mathematics beyond the requirement for matriculation is presupposed. 
It is hoped that the work will prove useful to those intending to teach elementary mathe- 
matics. 

Dr. Hazlett offers in each year one of the following free 
elective courses, open to graduate students: 

Descriptive Astronomy. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The subject will be treated from an elementary point of view. Such mathematics as 
seems desirable will be developed in the lectures. 

Mathematics Preparatory to Science. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course deals chiefly with parts of the differential and integral calculus, trigonometry, 
analytical geometry, and differential equations. Some problems in probabihty are also 
considered. 

Science. 
Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Biology. 

Professors and instructors: Dr. Florence Bascom,* Dr. Wil- 
liam B. Huff, Dr. David Hilt Tennent, Dr. James Barnes, 
Dr. Thomas Clachar BroT^m, Dr. Roger Frederick Brunei, 
Dr. Alfred Russell Moore, Dr. James Llewellyn Crenshaw, Dr. 
Benjamin Franklin Wallis, Miss Mary Edith Pinney, Miss 
Edith Hamilton Lamnan, Miss Sue Avis Blake, and Miss Lucia 
Helen Smith. 

In January, 1893, the Trustees opened Dalton Hall, a large 
building, containing ample laboratories, lecture-rooms, research- 
rooms, special libraries, and professors' rooms for the work of 
the scientific departments. The chemical, geological, biological, 
and physical laboratories and the laboratory for experimental 
psychology are open for students from nine to six daily. 

The chemical department includes a lecture-room, a large 
laboratory for the first-year students, and several smaller ones 
for advanced and special work, a special room for physical 
chemistry, preparation and balance rooms, and a chemical 
library. The supply of apparatus and chemicals has been care- 
fully selected for the purpose of instruction and research, and is 
increasing from year to year. The chemical library contains, 
besides necessary treatises and reference books, complete sets of 
the most important chemical journals. 

* Granted leave of absence for the year 1915-16. 



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The geological department is equipped with large collections 
of minerals, rocks, and fossils, a carefully selected library, and 
laboratories furnished with maps, models, charts, lantern slides, 
petrologic microscopes, goniometers, and other apparatus neces- 
sary for work in undergraduate and graduate courses. 

The biological laboratories are equipped with the best (Zeiss) 
microscopes, microtomes, etc., and are supplied with apparatus 
for the study of experimental physiology. 

The physical laboratories are carefully furnished with the 
apparatus necessary for thorough work. 

Graduate work in the natural sciences is highly special, and 
consists of laboratory work, private reading, and special investi- 
gations pursued by the student under the guidance of the 
instructors. 

Physics. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. William B. Huff, Professor of Physics, Dr. James Barnes, 
Associate Professor of Physics, Miss Sue Avis Blake and Miss 
Lucia Helen Smith, Demonstrators in Physics. 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate courses consist of lectures, laboratory work, and original 
research under the direction of the instructors, the lecture courses varying 
from year to year so that they may be pursued by students through con- 
secutive years. A good working library containing the current and bound 
numbers of all the important physical journals is kept in the laboratory. 
Students electing physics as their major subject for the degree of Doctor 
of Philosophy may elect it also as the associated minor, provided either 
mathematics or applied mathematics is taken as the independent minor; 
or mathematics or applied mathematics may be taken as the associated 
minor. A list of approved independent minors will be found in the 
Regulations of the Academic Council. 

No undergi'aduates are admitted to graduate courses. 

Dr. Huff offers in 1916-17 the following graduate course: 
Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 
The lectures are based on Maxwell's standard work, and include a general account 
of the later development of the theory. 

Dr. Huff offers in 1918-19 the following graduate courses: 
Radioactivity and Discharge of Electricity through Gases. 

Three hours a week during the first semester. 



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The earlier lectures treat of the eSect of fields on the path of a moving charged particle. 
A discussion of typical experimental methods of measuring velocity and the ratio of charge 
to the mass follows. After a study of the phenomena of electrical discharge and of radio- 
activity a brief account of theories is given. 

Electron Theory. Three hours a week during the second semester. 

The mathematical development of the subject is presented in the lectures, with special 
reference to experimental testa of theory. 

Dr. Barnes offers in 1917-18 the following graduate course: 

Thermo-dyiiainics and Radiation. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

The modem developments of thermo-dynamics and radiation including X-rays and 
photo-electricity are con.sidered. Attention is paid to the appUcation of the laws of 
thermo-djTiamics in physical chemistry. 

Dr. Barnes offers in 1919-20 the following graduate course: 

Physical Optics. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

This course gives a general mathematical discussion of physical optics. Students are 
expected to give detailed reports on the methods and results of investigations which illus- 
trate the theorj'. When it seems desirable two and a half hours of experimental work 
will be substituted for one hour of the lecture course. 

In each year Dr. Huff and Dr. Barnes together conduct the 
journal club, and the laboratory work. 

Physical Journal Club. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The advanced students meet with the instructors once a week to hear or read papers 
on assigned topics in physics. 

Laboratory work. 

The laboratory work is arranged for the purpose of famiharising the student with the 
methods of research; the student begins by repeating methods and investigations of well- 
known experimenters, with any modifications that may be suggested, passing on to points 
of investigation left untouched by p^e^^ous experimenters, and finally to the study of new 
methods and the prosecution of original research. Students taking phj'sics as their chief 
subject for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy are expected to spend all the time possible 
in the laboratory. In the basement there is a constant-temperature vault designed for 
accurate comparison of lengths, etc., and the laboratory is pro\'ided with special rooms 
for magnetic, optical, and electrical work. A well-equipped shop and trained mechanics 
make it possible to have special forms of apparatus constructed which are needed in research 
work. 

Free Elective Courses. 

Dr. Huff offers in 1915-16 the following free elective course, 
open to graduate students: 

Physical Basis of Music. One hour a week throughout the year. 

In the lectures of this course it is planned to present some of the physical principles 
illustrated in the construction of musical instruments and underljTng the general theory 
of muaic. Private reading will be assigned. 

Dr. Huff offers in 1916-17 the following free elective course, 
open to graduate students : 

Historical Development of Physics. Om hour a toeek throughoxa the year. 



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The work of tins course consifits of lectures, required reading, and class-room discus- 
sions. The lectures give an elementarj^ presentation of some of the more important ideas 
and rKults of physics. The reading is int-ended to supplement the lectures and to pro- 
vide additional material for general discussion. The course is open to studenuS -srho have 
taken a minor course in science or its eqiiivalent. 

Po.=t-Majoe CorESES. 

Dr. Huff offers in 1915-16 the follovring post-major course, 
open to graduate students : 

Ellectlicity and Alagnetism. Three hours a iceefc throughout the year. 

The lectures of this course treat typical mathematical and esperimental problems 
chosen from the various parts of the entire subject. A large number of problems on poten- 
tial and attraction are assigned. 

Dr. Huff offers in 1917-18 the foUovdng post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 

Properties of IMatter. Three hours a week during the first semester. 

The lectures cover the general subject of the properties of matter studied from the 
point of view of the Molecular Theory. The different theories of matter are discussed 
and an account of recent investigations concerning the relations of matter and electricity 
is given. Poynting and Thomson's Praperties of Matter is read in connection with the 
course. 

Theory of Sound. Three hourt a week during the second semester. 

The lectxires form an introduction to the theory of modes of vibration of pipes, strings, 
and rods. The theorj' of music and of musical instruments is then studied. Poynting 
and Thomson's Sound is used during the earlier part of the course, and frequent refer- 
ences are made to Helmholtz and Rayleigh. 

Dr. Barnes offers in 1916-17 the follovring post-major course, 
open to graduate students : 

General Optics. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

These lectures ^ve a general discussion of the theories advanced t-o explain many pheno- 
mena in Hght. Students are required to have a good knowledge of elementary optics and to 
be sufficiently familiar with optical apparatus to undertake a detailed study of some special 
problem. 

Dr. Barnes offers in 1918-19 the foUo\\'ing post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 

Spectroscopy. Three hours a week during the first semester. 

The course begins with a complete discussion of the api)aratus used in this subject; 
the results of past and present investigations are then considered, and problems for invc-s- 
tigation are pointed out. The many important applications of spectroscopy to astronomy 
are not neglected. The standard book of reference is Kayser's Harulbuch der Spectroscopie. 
Detailed reports of laboratory investigations are required. 

Astrophysics. Three hours a week during the second semester. 

This course consists of lectures on the application of physical principles and methods 

to the study of the composition, structure, and motions of the heavenly bodies. Selected 

chapters in Moulton's Celestial Mechanics and many papers from the Astrophysical Journal 

will be read and discussed. 



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Chemistry. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction 
of Dr. Roger Frederic Brunei, Associate Professor of Chemistry, 
Dr. James Llewellyn Crenshaw, Associate in Physical Chemis- 
try, and Miss Edith Hamilton Lanman, Demonstrator in 
Chemistry. 

Graduate Courses. 

The advanced courses in chemistry consist of lectures upon inorganic, 
organic, and physical chemistry, seminary work, reports upon current 
chemical Uterature, and laboratory exercises. In the laboratory work 
the students are required to become familiar with the literature bearing 
upon the subjects they are studying, and it is therefore necessary for 
them to have a reading knowledge of French and German. 

The lecture courses are varied from year to year to meet the require- 
ments of students and to form a consecutive course for those who wish to 
make chemistry the major subject in the examination for the degree of 
Doctor of Philosophy. Such students may specialise either in organic 
chemistry under the direction of Dr. Brunei, or in physical or inorganic 
chemistry under the direction of Dr. Crenshaw, but students who elect 
organic chemistry as the major subject of examination must take phys- 
ical chemistry as the associated minor, and students who elect physical 
chemistry as the major subject, must take organic chemistry as the asso- 
ciated minor. 

No undergraduates are admitted to gi'aduate courses. 

Dr. Brunei conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Chemical Seminary, Organic Chemistry. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This is intended primarily for students who are carrying on research in organic chemistry, 
and will consist of reports on assigned topics which will usually be related to the research in 
which the student is engaged. 

Dr. Crenshaw conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Chemical Seminary, Inorganic Chemistry. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The course consists of lectures, required reading, and reports on various topics. The needs 
of the individual students are considered in selecting the subjects for discussion. 

Dr. Brunei offers in each year the following graduate course : 

Advanced Organic Chemistry. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Lectures, reading, and occasional reports covering the historical developments and 
present status of subjects of current interest. In the year 1915-16 the topics taken up 
are Tautomerism; the Mechanism of Chemical Reactions; the Alkaloids. 



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Students counting this course as tlie equivalent of a seminary will be required to do 
enough laboratory work, to make the work of the course occupy sixteen hours a week. 
The nature of this work depends so largely on the past traim'ng of the student that no 
definite statement can be made regarding it. A sufficiently advanced student may be 
assigned a problem. 

Dr. Crenshaw offers in each year the following graduate 
course : 

Physical Chemistry. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In the lectures no attempt is made to give a general survey of the subject but certain 
selected portions of the science are treated in detail and the student is made familiar with 
problems of current interest. Students counting this course as the equivalent of a sem- 
inary will be required to do enough laboratory work to make the work of the course occupy 
sixteen hours a week. The laboratory work will consist of physico-chemical research. 

Dr. Brunei and Dr. Crenshaw together conduct the journal 
club. 

Chemical Journal Club. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The advanced students, with the instructora, meet to hear reports and discussions on 
recent scientific articles. 

Post-Major Courses. 

Dr. Brunei offers in each year the following post-major 
course, open to graduate students : 

Organic Chemistry. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The course consists of lectures, assigned reading with occasional reports, and laboratory. 
It is intended to broaden the student's acquaintance with the subject and to sen'e as an 
introduction to the study of present day chemical problems. 

At least four hours of laboratory work a week \\ill be required, three hours' credit being 
given for the course. The laboratory work will consist of the preparation of compounds, 
organic analysis, and study of the methods for determining the constitution of organic 
compounds. 

Dr. Crenshaw offers in each year the following post-major 
courses, open to gi'aduate students: 

Physical Chemistry. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The aim of the lectures is to extend the student's knowledge of theoretical and physical 
chemistrj' and to lay a foundation for independent work in this subject. The lectures are 
intended to give a general outUne of the subject, the following topics being discussed: 
fundamental theories of chemistry; the periodic classification; the corpuscular theory of 
matter; the laws of gases, liquids and solids; osmotic pressure and dilute solutions; col- 
loidal solutions; thermochemistry; homogeneous and heterogeneous equilibria; chemical 
kinetics; electrochemistry; actinochemistry, and radiochemistry. The solution of a large 
number of problems will be required. 

The laboratory work amounting to four and a half hours a week is designed to prepare 
the students for physico-chemical research. 

Inorganic Chemistry. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Selected topics in inorganic chemistry are discussed in detail and parallel reading is 
required. In the laboratory work of four and a half hours a week advanced quantitative 
analj'ses are included. 



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Geology. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Florence Bascom,* Professor of Geology, Dr. Thomas 
Clachar Brown, Associate in Geology, and Dr. Benjamin 
Franklin Wallis, Lecturer in Geology. 

The instruction offered in geology includes, in addition to 
the minor and major courses, three free elective courses of one 
hour a week, four post-major courses of two and three hours 
a week open only to graduates and to undergraduates that have 
completed the major course in geology, and two graduate 
seminaries of three hours a week. 

Post-major courses in petrography, mineralogy, and paleon- 
tology are offered in each year, and are designed to train the 
student in exact methods for the determination of rock and 
mineral species and in the principles of invertebrate and verte- 
brate paleontology. They are an essential preliminary to 
research work in the science. 

Excellent illustrative material for the graduate and under- 
graduate courses is furnished by the geological and paleonto- 
logical collections of the college, including the Theodore D. 
Rand rock and mi