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Bryn Mawr College 



CALENDAR 



REGISTER OF ALUMNAE AND FORMER 

STUDENTS 



1919 




Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 

Published by Bryn Mawr College, 

January, 1919. 



Volume XII. Part I. 



Bryn Mawr College 



CALENDAR 



REGISTER OF ALUMNAE AND FORMER 

STUDENTS 



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COMPILED AND TABULATED 
BY 

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



Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 

Published by Bryn Mawr College. 
Vol. XII. Part 1. January, 1919. 

Entered as second-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. 






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Bryn Mawr College Calendar. 
1919. 

Pakt 1. Register of Alumnae and Former Students. 

Part 2. Graduate Courses. 

Part 3. Undergraduate and Graduate Courses. 

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



Register of Alumnae and Former Students. 

Table of Contents. 

PAQH 

Doctors of Philosophy of Bryn Mawr College 5 

Masters of Arts of Bryn Mawr College 8 

Bachelors of Arts of Bryn Mawr College 14 

Holders of European Fellowships 81 

Holders of Resident Fellowships 84 

Former Graduate Students 96 

Former Undergraduate Students 131 

Associate Members of the Alumnae Association 177 

List of Present Students 180 

Geographical Distribution of Alumnse and Former Students 198 

Index 221 

Statistics 269 

Price, fifty cents 



Doctors of Philosophy of Bryn Mawr College. 

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

Bills*, Marion Almira, 234 Cutler Street, Allegan, Mich. 

Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Kansas, 1918-19. 

Bliss, Eleanora Frances, 1904, 927 Farragut Square, Washington, D. C. 

Associate Geologist, United States Geological Survey, 1912-19, and Assistant, Maryland 
Geological Survey, 1917-19. 

Boring, Alice Middleton, 1904, 4520 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Assistant in Zoology, Union Medical College, Peking, China, 1918-19. 

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

Professor of Spanish and French, Smith College, 1913-19. 

Bowerman, Helen Cox, '. Point Pleasant, N. J. 

Associate Professor of Classics, Wilson College, 1916-19. 

Breed, Mary Bidwell, 1894, . .5317 Westminster Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Dean of the Margaret Morrison Carnegie School of the Carnegie Institute of Technology, 
1913-19. 

Bunting, Martha, 4302 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Social and Red Cross Worker,. 1918-19. 

Byrne,* Alice Hill, Western College, Oxford, O. 

Associate Professor of Greek and Latin, Western Col ege, 1917-19. 

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

Teacher in the Girls' High School, Brooklyn, 1897-1919. 

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

Tutor in Greek, Latin and Mathematics, Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1916-19; 

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

Instructor in Latin, Vassar College, 1916-19. 

Cummings, Louise Duffield, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Vassar College, 1915-18. 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, 1911, 6145 Jefferson Street, Philadelphia. 

Daw,* Elizabeth Beatrice, 

416 Eighth Avenue, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Married, 1918, Professor Carleton Fairchikl Brown. 

D'Evelyn,* Charlotte, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Instructor in English Literature, Mt. Holyoke College, 1918-19. 

Duckett, Eleanor Shipley, Frome, Somerset, England. 

Instructor in Latin, Smith College, 1916-19. 

Dudley, Louise, 33 Rue Caumartin, Paris, France, 

or care of Mrs. R. D. Suarce, Georgetown, Ky. 

Social Worker with Girls in French munition factory, 1918-19. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, 1901, 

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of History and Political Science, Mount Holyoke College, 1911-19. 

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

Writer and Lecturer, 1911-19. 

Married, 1905, Professor Francis Greenleaf Allinson. 

Evers, Helen Margaret, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa. 

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

Associate Professor of Italian and Spanish, Vassar College, 1915-19. 

* Printing of Dissertation delayed by war conditions. 

(5) 



6 Doctors of Philosophy 

Foster, Frances Allen, 117 Waterman Street, Providence, R. I. 

Assistant Professor of English, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn., 1914-19. 

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

Head of the Classical Department, Ethical Culture School, New York City, 1904-11, 
1912-19. 

Gentry, Ruth, Died, 1917. 

Gibbons, Vernette Lois, 1349 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Chemist, National Aniline and Chemical Co., 1918-19. 

Graham, Minnie Almira, 93 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Abstractor for Research Department, General Chemical Co., 25 Broad Street, New York, 
1917-19. 

Gwinn, Mary, Queen's Court, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Alfred Hodder (f 1907). 

Hall, Edith Hayward, 3715H Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Joseph M. Dohan. One son, one daughter. 

Hanna, Mary Alice, 445 West 14th Street, Trenton, Mo. 

Head of Department of History, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1915-19. 

Harmon, Esther, 124 West 11th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Spanish in the Eastern District High School, New York City, 1914-19. 

Harper, Carrie Anna, Sunderland, Mass. 

Associate Professor of English Literature, Mount Holyoke College, 1911-19. 

Haseman, Mary Gertrude, Linton, Ind. 

Hussey, Mary Ind a, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Professor of Biblical History, Mount Holyoke College, 1917-19. 

Jonas, Anna Isabel, 1904, . . 91 West Commerce Street, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Cashier of the Williamstown Glass Co., Williamstown, N. J., 1917-19. 

King, Helen Dean, 17 Elliott Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Assistant Professor of Embryology, Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia, 
1913-19. 

Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, 

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Professor of Physics, Mount Holyoke College, 1904-19. 

Leftwich, Florence, 1895, Biltmore, N. C. 

Married, 1903, Mr. S. Prioleau Ravenel. 

Lord, Eleanor Louisa, Goucher College, Baltimore, Md. 

Dean of Goucher College, and Professor of History, 1911, 1911-19. 

Lowater, Frances, . . . Pomeroy Hall, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 

Assistant Professor of Physics, Wellesley College, 1918-19. 

Lyon, Dorothy Wilberforce, . .Ventry, Castleton-on-the-Hudson, N. Y. 

Commandant, Overseas Unit of Women's League for National Service, Plattsburg, N. Y., 

1917-18. 
Married, 1900, Mr. Emmons Bryant. One daughter, one son. 

M acDonald, Margaret Baxter, State College, Pa. 

Associate Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Pennsylvania State College, 1913-19. 

Maddison, Isabel, 217 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Recording Dean and Assistant to the President, Bryn Mawr College, 1910-19. 

Martin, Emilie Norton, 1894, 

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, Mount Holyoke College, 1911-19. 

Medes, Grace, 417 Maple Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 

Instructor in Zoology, Vassar College, 1916-19. 

Minor, Jessie Elizabeth, 71 Marseilles Place, Garfield, N. J. 

Chief Chemist, The Hammersley Manufacturing Co., Garfield, 1918-19. 



Doctors of Philosophy 7 

Morriss, Margaret Shove, . . . 1904 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Associate Professor of History, Mount Holyoke College, 1914-18; on leave of absence to 
work in France for the Y. W. C. A., 1917-19. 

Neilson, Nellie, 1893, . . . Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Professor of History and Political Science, Mount Holyoke College, 1904-19. 

Nichols, Helen Hawley, 1070 Carlyon Road, Cleveland, O. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Eugene Lyman Porter. One son. 

Ogden, Ellen Seton, Hopkins Hall, Rock Point, Burlington, Vt. 

Head of Hopkins Hall, Burlington, Vt., 1913-19. 

Park,* Marion Edwards, 1898, 15 Centre Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Acting Dean of Simmons College, 1918-19. 

Parkhttrst, Helen Huss, 1911,. . . .220 Waverly Place, New York City. 

Instructor in Philosophy, Barnard College, 1918-19. 

Parris, Marion, 1901, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Professor of Economics, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 
Married, 1912, Professor William Roy Smith. 

Peebles, Florence 815 Old Lancaster Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Associate Professor of Physiology, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 

Peebles, Rose Jeffries, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Assistant Professor of English, Vassar College, 1914-17. 

Perkins, Elizabeth Mary, 1900,. .2429 Green Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Eric Charles William Scheel Lyders. Two daughters. 

Perry, Lorinda, 3230 Monroe Street, Chicago, 111. 

Associate in Department of Household Science, University of Illinois, 1916-17. 

Pinney, Mary Edith, 6 Leighton Road, Wellesley, Mass. 

Instructor in Zoology, Wellesley College, 1917-19. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, 1896, Jamestown, N. C. 

Associate in Mathematics, State Normal College, Greensboro, N. C, 1911-19. 

Rambo,* Eleanor Ferguson, 1908, 

120 County Line Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Assistant Curator, Mediterranean Section, University Museum, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Rand, Gertrude, Yarrow West, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Associate in Experimental and Applied Psychology, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 
Married, 1918, Professor Clarence Erroll Ferree. 

Reimer, Marie, 604 West 112th Street, New York City. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Barnard College, 1911-19. 

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

Instructor in Chemistry, Barnard College, 1918-19. 

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

Ritchie, Mary Helen, 1896, Died, 1905. 

Roe, Adah Blanche, Kreutzbergweg 17, Gottingen, Germany. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Herman Lommel. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, 1906, 

404 North Centre Street, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Instructor in English, Vassar College, 1913-19. 

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 Professor of French, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 

Schmidt, Gertrud Charlotte, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, 1904, 2 West Street, Northampton, Mass. 

Assistant Professor of Education, Smith College, 1917-19. 

♦Printing of Dissertation delayed by war conditions. 



S Masters of Arts 

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

Instructor in Biblical Literature, Wellesley College, 1915-19. 

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

John Edgar Memorial Professor of English, Wilson College, 1914-19. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, Died, 1912. 

Stites, Sara Henry, 1899, Wyoming, Pa. 

Assistant Professor of Economics, Simmons College, 1915-19. 

Sweet, Marguerite, Address unknown. 

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

Instructor in Latin and Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 

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

Relief worker for refugees in Italy under American Red Cross, 1918. 

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

Professor of English, Mills College, Cal., 1911-19. 

Urdahl, Margerethe, .Address Unknown. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Lewis Albert Anderson. 

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

Married, 1902, Mr. George Arthur Wilson. 

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

Assistant Professor of French, Vassar College, 1915-19. 

Willcox, Marguerite, Oxford, N. Y. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Agnes Scott College, 1917-18. 

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

Teacher of Greek and Latin in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1914-19. 

Wood, Ida, 300 Ardmore Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 



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

Teacher of English in the Kensington High School, Philadelphia, 1917-19. 

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

Married, 1912, Mr. Edward Lewis Uhl. Two sons (one t 1913), two daughters. 

Albert, Grace, 1897, The College Inn, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of History in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1916-19. 

Allen, Hope Emily, 1905, Kenwood, Oneida, N. Y. 

Research Student, 1912-18. 

Barnett, Hazel Kathryn, 1915, 242 East Pitt Street, Bedford, Pa. 

Assistant Principal, the High School, Bedford, 1918-19. 

Bartlett, Helen, 1892, See page 5. 

Bartlett ; Marguerite Gold, 1913. . .201 North 50th Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in History, University of Pennsylvania, 1917-19. 

Batchelder, Kathryne Chase, 1916, 

Care of Charles S. Batchelder, Esq., Faribault, Minn. 

Statistical Worker for Colonel House Committee on Peace Treaty, Washington, D. C, 
1918-19. 

Bates, Theodora, 1905, 51 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Manager of Red Cross Supplies, Debarkation Hospital No. 3, New York City, 1918-19. 

Beliekowsky, Sadie, 1912, 5721 Larchwood Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the High School, Hinton, W. Va„ 1917-18. 



Masters of Arts 9 

Bennett, Ethel Mary, 1905, 133 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-18. 

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

Blake, Sue Avis, 1898, Merion, Pa. 

Instructor in Physics, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Bliss, Eleanora Frances, 1904, See page 5. 

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

Canteen Worker for Y. M. C. A. and Bryn Mawr Service Corps, France, 1918. 

Boring, Alice Middleton, 1904, See page 5. 

Bradway, Margaret Saeger, 1915, Haverford, Pa. 

Canteen Worker for American Red Cross and Bryn Mawr Service Corps, France, 1918. 

Brakeley, Elizabeth, 1916, Care of Joseph Brakeley, Esq., Freehold, N. J. 

Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1917-19. 

Brandon, Rose, 1914, 721 West Penn Street, Butler, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Ole Todderud. 

Branson, Anna Mary, 1903, 1031 Main Avenue, San Antonio, Tex. 

Breed, Mary Bidwell, 1894, See page 5. 

Brockstedt, Clarissa Beatrice, 1913, 

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

Examiner, U. S. Employment Service, 1918-19. 

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

Brownell, Jane Louise, 1893, 49 Charles Field Street, Providence, R. I. 

Bryne, Eva Alice Worrall, 1916, 

290 East Bringhurst Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Reader in English Literature and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 

Buffum, Marianna Nicholson, 1902,. .212 Glynn Court, Detroit, Mich. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Perry Childs Hill. Two sons (one t 1909), one daughter. 

Bunker, Marie Rowland, Address unknown. 

Literary Assistant and Collaborator to Magazine Editor, 1911-17. 
Married, 1911, Mr. Leo Daniel Comber. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, 1891, See page 5. 

Cam, Norah, 1912, Pauler's Pury Rectory, Towcester, England. 

Worker in Aeroplane Engine Factory, Scotland, 1916-17. 

Chandlee, Elizabeth Betterton, 1902, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Horace Baker Forman, Jr. One son, one daughter. 

Chase, Margaret, 1916, Titusville, Pa. 

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

Married, 1894, Dr. John Henry Huddleston (t 191.5). Two daughters, one son. 

Collins, Ruth, 1910, 41 West 10th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of English in the Brooklyn Heights Seminary, 1916-19. 
Married, 1914, Mr. Frank Howard Desch. 

Crane, Marion Delia, 1911, 315 West 97th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Charles A. Carroll. One son. 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, 1911, See page 5. 

Deems, Elsie, 1910, Paonia, Colo. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Carol Kane Neilson. One daughter. 

de Schweinitz, Agnes, 1899, 

561 East First South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Edward Robins Zalinski. One son. 

Dillin, Margaret Sidner, 1909, Radnor, Pa. 

Teacher in the Grade Schools, Ardmore, Pa., 1918-19. 



10 Masters of Arts 

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

Winter Course in Vegetable Gardening, Cornell University, College of Agriculture, 1918-19. 

Doolittle, Margaret, 1911, 

1507 Broad Street, Hartford, Conn., or Care of Presbyterian Board 
of Foreign Missions, 156 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

Assistant in Phonetics in the Kennedy School of Missions, Hartford, Conn., 1916-19. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, 1901, See page 5. 

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

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

Fat, Mary Luella, 1897,. . .The Misses Kirk's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of History and French in the Misses Kirk's School, Rosemont, 1903-07, Bryn 
Mawr, 1907-19. 

Flickinger, Alice, 1906, 

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

Grower of cut flowers for market, 1918. 

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

Instructor in Spanish, Smith College, 1917-19. 

Fowler, Eugenia, 1901, R. D. 1, Brownsville, Fayette Co., Pa. 

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

Gardner, Julia Anna, 1905, 

Care of American Red Cross, 4 Place de la Concorde, Paris, France. 

Worker for American Red Cross in France, 1917-19. 

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

Teacher of French, Rogers Hall, Lowell, Mass., 1918-19. 

Giles, Ellen Rose, 1896, Died, 1914. 

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

Instructor in Physics, Vassar College, 1917-19. 

Gleim, Mary Agnes, 1897, 1 Riverside Drive, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Goff, Lea« 1889, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Alba Boardman Johnson. 

Goodwin, Mary Merrick, 1909, . . .- Shaowu, Fukien, China. 

Missionary of American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, China, 1916-19. 
Married, 1917, The Rev. Charles Lysander Storrs. One daughter. 

Greenough, Bertha Clark, 1917, 

203 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 

Clerical work, Builders' Iron Foundry, Providence, 1918-19. 

Haines, Jane Bowne, 1891, Cheltenham, Pa. 

Halle, Marion Rebecca, 1917, The Halle Bros. Co., Cleveland, O. 

Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

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

Head Mistress of the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1896-1919. 

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

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

Harris, Helen Marie, 1917, 502 S. Front Street, Philadelphia. 

Settlement Worker, 191S-19. 

Haupt, Istar Alida, 1917, Roland Park, Md. 

Assistant Demonstrator in Applied Psychology and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
1918-19. 

Heritage, Gertrude Langden, 1896, 

636 South Walnut Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Francis Harvey Green. 



Masters of Arts 11 

Hill, Catherine Utley, 1907, 

Care of William B. Boardman, Esq., Security Building, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Y. W. C. A. Canteen Worker in France, 1918-19. 

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

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

Scientific Assistant, U. S. Public Health Service, 1918-19. 

Houghton, Katharine Martha, 1900, 

352 Laurel Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Suffrage Worker, 1911-19. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Thomas Norval Hepburn. Three sons, two daughters. 

Howson, Emily Elizabeth, 1910, . . 109 North 34th Street, Philadelphia. 

Associate Professor of Physics, Lake Erie College, 1914-19. 

Hoyt, Helen Strong, 1897, 141 East 44th Street, New York City. 

Irish, Florence Catharine, 1914, 813 West Main Street, Norristown, Pa. 
Jacobs, Mildred Clark, 1916, 4234 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Chief Clerk, American International Shipbuilding Corporation, Hog Island, 1918-19. 

Jeffers, Mary, 1895, 815 Old Lancaster Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Lecturer and Private Tutor, 1917-19. 

Jelliffe, Sylvia Canfield, 1917, 

Care of Dr. Smith Ely Jelliffe, 64 West 56th Street, New York City. 

Yeoman in U. S. Navy R. F., Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Johnson, Miriam Leigh, 1905, 752 North 40th Street, Philadelphia. 

Johnston, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1912, 

206 Elm Avenue, S. W., Roanoke, Va. 

Chemist, Administration Laboratory, Hercules Powder Co., Nitro, W. Va., 1918-19. 

Jonas, Anna Isabel, 1904, See page 6. 

Jones, Grace Latimer, 1900,. . . .1175 East Broad Street, Columbus, O. 

Headmistress of Columbus School for Girls, and Teacher of English, 1904-18, and Head- 
mistress and Secretary of Board of Directors, 1912-19. 

Jurist, Helen Steeglitz, 1909,. . .916 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 
Justice, Mildred Lewis, 1915, . .509 West 121st Street, New York City. 

Assistant Director of Employment and Supervisor of Women Employees, National Bank 
of Commerce, New York City, 1917-19. 

Keiller, Mabel Mathewson, 1908,. . .1409 Avenue D, Galveston, Tex. 

Private Tutor, 1917-19. 

Kenyon, Adrienne, 1915, 

320 Greenfell Avenue, Kew Gardens, Queens, N. Y. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Benjamin Franklin, Jr., U. S. A. E. F. One son. 

King, Georgiana Goddard, 1896, Yarrow East, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Professor of History of Art, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 

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

Teacher of Mathematics in the Germantown High School, Philadelphia, 1910-19. 

Latimer, Caroline Wormeley, 1896, 

Sherwood Hotel, Monument Street, West, Baltimore, Md. 

Literary Assistant to Dr. L. F. Barker, 1917-19. 

Lee, Elva, 1893, Randolph, N. Y. 

Locke, Grace Perley, 1898, 179 State Street, Portland, Me. 

Longwell, Katherine Cavenagh, 1912, 708 James Street, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Frank Humphrey Ristine, U. S. A. 

Lowengrund, Helen Moss, 1906, . 1356 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1915, Mr. George W. Jacoby. One daughter. 



12 Masters of Arts 

MacMaster, Amelia Kellogg, 1917, . .502 S. Front Street, Philadelphia. 

Bryn Mawr Intercollegiate Community Service Association Joint Fellow, 1918-19. 

Manchester, Ruth Coe, 1913, 171 Spencer Street, Winsted, Conn. 

Teacher of Latin in the High School, Hartford, Conn., 1916-19. 

McKeefrey, Chloe Spearman, 1916, Hill Crest, Leetonia, 0. 

Milne, Marjorie Josephine, 1917, 

Care of Mrs. Alexander Milne, Washburn Hall, Duluth, Minn. 

Fellow in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Montgomery, Amelia, 1905, 628 North First Street, San Jose\ Cal. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Douglas Carter. One son. 

Moser, Lillian Virginia, 1893, . 812 South West Street, Syracuse. N. Y. 

Neilson, Nellie, 1893, See page 7. 

Nichols, Content Shepard, 1899, . 95 Carroll Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Teacher in Miss Childs's School, Binghamton, 1911-19. 

Norris, Bertha Cornelia, 1904, 

1801 Primrose Avenue. Nashville, Term. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Angus Gordon Boicen. 

Norris, Mary Rachel, 1906, Torrington, Conn. 

Teacher of History and Bible in Highland Hall, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 1911-19. 

Oberge, Ullericka Hendrietta, 1898, 

West Buck Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of History and Economics in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, and Head of 
History Department, 1904-19. 

Olsen, Sophie Yhlen, 1898, Rektorboligen, Roskilde, Denmark. 

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

O'Neil, Elizabeth Breading, 1903, Died, 1917. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Kingsley Montgomery. 

Park, Marion Edwards, 1898, See page 7. 

Parkhurst, Helen Huss, 1911, See page 7. 

Perkins, Agnes Frances, 1898, 45 Brook Street, Wellesley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of PJietoric and English Composition, Wellesley College, 1911-19. 

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

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

Pond, Millicent, 1910, State College, Pa. 

Chief Chemist, Works Laboratory, Atlas Powder Co., Reynolds, Pa , 1918-19. 

Rambo, Eleanor Ferguson, 1908, See page 7. 

Rembaugh, Bertha, 1897, 165 Broadway, New York City. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 1904-19. 

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

Aluninae Director, Bryn Mawr College, 1909-12, and Trus*ee and Director, 1912-19. 
Married. 1897, Professor William Coffin Ladd (t 1908). One daughter. 

Rice, Edith Florence, 1907, 

647 West Phil-Ellena Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in the Germantown High School, Philadelphia, 1915-19. 

Ritchie, Mary Helen, 1895, See page 7. 

Roberts, Louise Elizabeth, 1908,. .147 East 31st Street, Paterson, N. J. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Wordsv:orth Day Williams. One daughter. 

Robinson, Virginia Pollard, 1906, 1700 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Supervisor of Field Work, Pennsylvania School for Social Sen-ice, 1918-19. 



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

Married, 1895, Professor John Howell Westcott. One son, two daughters. 

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. 

Sato, Ryu, 1917, 30 Koun Cho, Mita, Shiba, Tokyo, Japan. 

Teacher in the Friends Girls' School, Tokyo, 1918-19. 

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

Teacher of History in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1914-19. 

Seymour, Elizabeth Day, 1897, 

4 Greville Place, St. John's Wood, London, N. W. 6, England. 

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

Shields, Emily Ledyaed, 1905, 

36 Bedford Terrace, Northampton, Mass. 

Instructor in Latin, Smith College, 1915-19. 

Shoemaker, Jane Cushing, 1905, Died, 1910. 

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

Travelling and Studying in Japan, 1918-19. 

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

Private Secretary, 1916-19. 

Smith, Hilda Worthington, 1910, West Park, N. Y. 

Director of Community Centre, Bryn Mawr, 1916-19. 

Smith, Louise Pettibone, 1908, See page 7. 

Stark, Elizabeth Kline, 1916, Oxford College, Oxford, O. 

Professor of Philosophy and Education, Oxford College, 1918-19. 

Stecher, Lorle Ida, 1912, 

45 West Johnson Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Instructor in Psychology, Barnard College, 1918-19. 

Stites, Sara Henry, 1899, See page 7. 

Stoddard, Virginia Tryon, 1903, 

7930 Crefeld Street, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1914-19, and 
Acting Secretary, 1917-19. 

Temple, Maud Elizabeth, 1904,. . .17 Arnoldale Road, Hartford, Conn. 

Instructor in Romance Languages, Mount Holyoke College, 1917-19. 

Thomas. Anne Heath, 1897, 3808 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 

Visiting Physician and Medical Clinician on Staff of Woman's Hospital, 1916-17. 

Thomas, Miriam, 1902, Haverford, Pa. 

Principal in Haverford Friends' School, 1918-19. 

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

Teacher of Science in The Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1907-14, and Head of Science 
Department, 1914-19. 

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

Lawyer and Legal Adviser, National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1912-19. 

Tredway, Helen, 1911, 2040 Brookfield Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Assistant in Pharmacology, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1918-19. 
Married, 1916. Dr. Eoarts Ambrose Graham, M. C. U. S. A. One son. 

Trimble, Helen Bell, 1902, Edgewater Park, N. J. 

Teacher of Latin in the High School, Norristown, Pa., 1918-19. 



14 Bachelors of Arts 

Tyson, Helen Edith, 1916, 

Haverford, Pa., or care of Mrs. Charles M. Tyson, Kitchawan, N. Y. 

Vickers, Florence Childs, 1898, 

318 West Adams Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

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

Walker, Ethel, 1894, Simsbury, Conn. 

Head of the Ethel Walker School, Simsbury, Conn., 1917-19. 

Wesson, Cynthia Maria, 1909, 

U. S. General Hospital No. 9, Lakewood, N. J. 

Reconstruction Aide, Medical Department, U. S. Army, 1918-19. 

Weston, Dorothy Vivian, 1914, Westons Mills, N. Y. 

Willard, Mildred McCreary, 1917, Merion, Pa. 

Psychologist in Employment Department, Strawbridge and Clothier, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Wines, Emma Stansbury, 1894, 

215 3d Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Proof Reader, Bureau of War Risk Insurance, 1918-19. 



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

Married, 1899, Mr. Charles Elmer Bushnell. 

Abernethy, Florence Rosamund, 1915, 

2326 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Assistant to Sales Engineer, Walker Brothers and Haviland, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

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

Adaire, Nannie, 1904, See page 8. 

Adams, Eliza Raymond, 1893, 

3216 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Frank Nichols Lewis. 

Adams, Sophie Frances, 1902, . .R. F. D. 1, Jewel Station, Rosslyn, Va. 

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

Albee, Maria Hawes, 1904, See page 8. 

Albert, Grace, 1897, See page 8. 

Albertson, Alice Owen, 1902, 3940 Brown Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German in the Friends' Select School, Philadelphia, 1902-11, 1916-18. 

Albertson, Lydia Mitchell, 1897, 

Ashtree, Beulah Hill, Upper Norwood, London, S. E., England. 

Married, 1900, Mr. J. Wilbur Tierney. One son (f 1918), one daughter. 

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

Teacher in the Homestead School, Healing Springs, Va., 1917-18. 

Albro, Alice Hopkins, 1890, Died, 1904. 

Married, 1901 Mr. Charles A. Barker. One son. 

Alden, Mary Bogue, 1912, 723 North Bodine Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1915, The Rev. Edwin Selden Lane. One daughter. 

Alden, Ruth Weston, 1916, 50 Meigs Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

Alexander, Willa Bullitt, 1911, 

Great Neck Station, Long Island, N. Y. 

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

Allen, Eleanor Bradford, 1914, Bonita, Cal. 

Recreation Director, The Emporium, San Francisco, 1918-19. 



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Allen, Frances Dean, 1902, 

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

Married, 1904, Mr. Frank Sutliff Hackett. Four sons. 

Allen, Hope Emily, 1905, See page 8. 

Allen, Jane, 1904, 4615 Chester Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1912-19. A.M., Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1918. 

Allen, Marguerite Sheldon, 1902, 1836 Garfield Road, E. Cleveland, O. 

Visitor, Associated Charities, Cleveland, 1912-18. 

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

Allinson, Susanne Carey, 1910, 

1 East 56th Street, New York City, or 163 George Street, Providence, 
R.I. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Henry Crosby Emery. 

Allis, Mary Elizabeth, 1901, 1604 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Director and Secretary of Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church, 
U. S. A., 1909-19. 

Allport, Harriet Hubbard, 1917, 40 Bellevue Place, Chicago, 111. 

Volunteer work in Legal Aid Society, 1917-18. 

Anderson, Catharine Longworth, 1906, Grandin Road, Cincinnati, O. 
Andrews, Elizabeth Agnes, 1899, Box 304, Merion, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1913-14, 1915-18. 

Andrews, Isabel Josephine, 1898, Merion, Pa. 

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

Practising Ophthalmologist, 1907-19. 

Andrews, Mary Bartow, 1918, 

Care of Joseph Andrews, Esq., Chestnut Street, Englewood, N. J. 

Laboratory Technician, Base Hospital Laboratories, Camp Dix, N. J., 1918-19. 

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

Married, 1900, Mr. Arthur Hawley Scribner. 

Anthony, Alice, 1889, 112 Berkeley Avenue, Orange, N. J. 

Secretary of Miss Beard's School, Orange, N. J., 1916-18. 

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

Married, 1891, Dr. Frederick Wright Robbins. Two sons, one daughter. 

Archbald, Anna, 1902, Address unknown. 

Married, 1908, Mr. William Silvey. 

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

Farming, 1915-18. 

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

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

Arthurs, Ann Catherine, 1912,.. True Light Seminary, Canton, China. 

Teacher in the True Light Seminary, Canton, China, 1913-18. 

Arthurs, Martha Montgomery, 1914, 

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

Married, 1915, Mr. James Frank Supplee, Jr. One son. 

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

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

Ashton, Dorothy Laing, 1910, 502 Cedar Lane, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Student, Medical School, University of Pennsylvania, 1917-19. 

Ashwell, Grace Isabel, 1905, 542 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Dr. Edward Holman Raymond, Jr. Two sons, one daughter. 



16 Bachelors of Arts 

Atherton, Eleanor Riggs, 1918, 

Care of Thomas Henry Atherton, Esq., 36 West River Street, Wilkes 
Barre, Pa. 

Secretary to the Federal Food Administrator for Luzerne Co., Pa., 1918-19. 

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

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

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

Married, 1914, Air. David Benjamin Updegraff. 

Atherton, Sarah Henry, 1913, 36 West River Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1916-18. 

Atkins, Emma Louise, 1894, Windermere Avenue, Interlaken, N. J. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1916-18. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Edward B. Davis. Two daughters. 

Atkins, Sarah Frances, 1894, 

1312 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, 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 t 1900). 

Austin, Agnes Bell, 1903, 400 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Principal of Miss Hills's School, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Austin, Mabel Henszey, 1905, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Major Bernard Todd Converse. Two daughters, one son. 

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

Red Cross Worker, 1917-19. 

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

Working for American Red Cross in France, 1918-19. 

Ayer, Margaret Helen, 1907, 1240 Nineteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

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

Ayer, Mary Farwell, 1901, 122 East 65th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Jolm Easton Rousmaniere. Three daughters, one son. * 

Babbitt, Mary Evelyn, 1918, Haverford, Pa. 

Clerk, Federal Board for Vocational Education, Division of Rehabilitation, New York City, 
1918-19." 

Babcock, Ruth, 1910, St. John's Rectory, Ross, Cal. 

Married, 1915, The Rev. Charles Price Deems. Two daughters. 

Bacon, Ethel McClellan, 1903, Address unknown. 

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

Bacon, Margaret Howell, 1918, 

162 Queen Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Y. W. C. A. Worker, 1918. 

Baechle, Cecelia Irene, 1913, 

6420 North 11th Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and English, High School, York, Pa., 1914-19. 

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

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

Bailey, Martha, 1918, 1517 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Baird, Janet, 1914, Sharon Hill, Pa. 

Teacher of English, South Philadelphia High School, 1916-19. 

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

Head of College Preparatory Department, Sea Pines School for Girls, Brewster-on-the- 
Cape, Mass., 1918-19. 

Baird, Mildred, 1914, Sharon Hill, Pa. 

Clerk, Emergency Fleet Corporation, U. S. Shipping Board, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 



Bachelors of Arts 17 

Baker, Eugenia Griffin, 1914, 

Care of W. E. Baker & Co., 105 West 40th Street, New York City. 

Tutor in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1918-19. 

Married, 1916, Lieutenant Henry Herbert Jessup, U. S. Army. One son. 

Baker, Pleasatjnce, 1909, Zellwood, Fla. 

Assistant, After-Care Department, American Red Cross Home Service Section, 1918-19. 

Baker, Virginia, 1916, 108 Elmhurst Road, Roland Park, Md. 

Teacher of Latin and Ancient History, Hillside School, Norwalk, Conn., 1917-19. 

Balch, Emily Greene, 1889. 

Care of The Nation, 20 Vesey Street, New York City, or 130 Prince 
Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Member of Editorial Staff of The Nation, 1918-19. 

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

Balderston, Elizabeth Grecian, 1914, 

222 Laurens Street, Baltimore. Md. 

Instructor of English and Elocution, State Normal School, Frostburg, Md., 1917-19. 

Baldwin, Dorothea de Forest, 1913, 

133 East 65th Street, New York City. 

Working for Children's Bureau, American Red Cross, France, 1918-19. 

Baldwin, Elizabeth Ford, 1914, 11 Boulevard Delassert, Paris, France. 

Worker in Relief of Blind in Paris, France, 1915-19. 

Baldwin, Juliet Catherine, 1898, Died, 1910. 

Ball, Rebecca Whitman, 1904, 

Department of Labour and Industry, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Chief Clerk, State Bureau of Employment, Harrisburg, 1915-19. 

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

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

Barber, Fannie Skeer, 1909, 

East Mauch Chunk, Pa.; winter, Walter Reed Hospital, Takoma 
Park, D. C. 

Student Nurse, 1918-19. 

Barber. Helen Dorothy, 1912, 10 Weybosset Street, Providence, R. I. 

Teacher of English and Science in the County School, Roland Park, Md., 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Mr. Paul Matteson. 

Barbour, Elizabeth Graeme, 1890, 

1139 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 

Teacher of Latin in the Girls' High School, Louisville, 1902-04, and Head of English Depart- 
ment, 1904-16. 

Barnett, Hazel Kathryn, 1915, See page 8. 

Barrett, Helen Juanita, 1913, . 136 Bloomfield Avenue, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Y. W. C. A. Worker in Munitions Plant, Bloomfield, 1918-19. 

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

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

Head of Department of English, Miss Mills's School at Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Bartholomew, Mary Eleanor, 1909, 

710 South Van Ness Avenue, Santa Ana, Cal. 

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

Bartlett, Helen, 1892, See page 5. 

Bartlett, Marguerite Gold, 1913, See page 8. 

Bartlett, Theodora, 1905, 

The Marlton, 3 West 8th Street, New York City. 
Teacher of History in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1910-19. 



18 Bachelors of Arts 

Barton, Katharine Sayles, 1900, 124 Fifth Street, Hinsdale, 111. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Robert William Childs. Three daughters, one son. 

Batchelder, Kathryne Chase, 1916, See page 8, 

Batchelor, Jean Muriel, 1914, . . . 105 Chestnut Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Teacher of English in the South Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1918-19. 

Bates, Josephine Russell, 1902,. . .51 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 
Bates, Margaret Handy, 1905, . St. Johns University, Shanghai, China. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Willard Merritt Porterfield, Jr. 

Bates, Theodora, 1905 See page 8. 

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

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

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

Beardwood, Alice, 1917, 802 North 24th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics, Flagler Preparatory School, Jacksonville, Fla., 1918-19. 

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

Professor of French and German, Indiana State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., 1916-19. 

Bechtel, Dorothea, 1914, 526 Walnut Lane, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Married, 1916, Mr. John Marshall. One son, one daughter. 

Bedinger, Anna Moore, 1899 Died, 1916. 

Bedinger, Maria Voobhees, 1891, Anchorage, Ky. 

Head of Physics Department in the Girls' High School, Louisville, 1916-19. 

Beliekowsky, Sadie, 1912, See page 8. 

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

Married. 1915, Mr. Pierre Samuel du Pont. 

Belleville, Marie Elizabeth, 1909, 

Box 713, American P. O., Shanghai, China. 

Studying Chinese for Y. W. C. A. work, 1917-18. 

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

Interview Secretary, National City Bank of New York, 1917-19. 

Benjamin, Julie de Fobest, 1907, 411 West 114th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Roger Saul Howson. Two sons, one daughter. 

Bennett, Ethel Mary, 1905, See page 9. 

Bensberg, Betsey Brooke Bright, 1916, 

Care of F. A. Bensberg, 208 Walnut Street, St. Louis, Mo. 

Secretary, Bourbon Mercantile Co., St. Louis, 1918-19. 

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

Married, 1907, Mr. Herbert Lincoln Clark. Two daughters. 

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

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

Medical Social Worker, Home Service Section, American Red Cross, 1918-19. 

Biedenbach, Mary Estella Dolores, 1908, Died, 1918. 

Biglow, Elsie, 1906, Chesterfield, Md. 

Married, 1906, Mr. St. George Barber. 

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

Teacher of Latin and Housemistress in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1911-13, and 
Housemistress, 1914-19. 

Bird, Doris Marie, 1917, . . , 3407 North 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Instructor in English, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, 1917-19. 

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

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-19. 
Married, 1896, Mr. William Turner Cowles. 



Bachelors of Arts 19 

Bishop, Mildred Remsen, 1908, Addison Hotel, Detroit, Mich. 

Secretary, Alton Beach Realty Co., Alton Beach, Miami, Fla,, 1918-19. 

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

Volunteer Y. M. C. A. Canteen Worker, Italy, 1918-19. 

Bixler, Irma Bertha, 1910, 513 Park Avenue, Elyria, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Emerson Peck Postc. Two daughters, one son. 

Bixler, Rena Catherine, 1914, 236 McKee Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Volunteer Relief Work, Paris, France, 1917-19. 

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

Confidential Junior Assistant, War Trade Board, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Blaisdell, Viola Margaret, 1907,. . .321 Cooper Street, Camden, N. J. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Camden, N. J., 1907-19; Volunteer Suffrage 
Worker, 1915-19. 

Blake, Dorothy Turner, 1913, 

Care of E. B. Symonds, Esq., 50 State Street, Boston, Mass. 

Red Cross Civilian Relief Worker, 1918-19. 

Blake, Sue Avis, 1898, See page 9. 

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

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

Blanc, Zena Jennie, 1915.... 5178 Parkside Avenue, West Philadelphia. 

Court Representative, Juvenile Aid Society of Philadelphia, 1915-19. 

Blanchard, Elizabeth Miller, 1889, Bellefonte, Pa. 

Assistant Manager of Basket Shop. 
Married, 1914, Dr. Robert Mills Beach. 

Blanchard, Margaret Terry, 1914, 

250 West 54th Street, New York City. 

Blanchard, Mary Miles, 1889, Bellefonte, Pa. 

Owner and Director of the Bellefonte Basket Shop, 1906-18. 

Blauvelt, Anne Fleming, 1899, Died, 1900. 

Blauvelt, Elisabeth Hedges, 1896, Died, 1912. 

Bley, Helen Muller, 1910, Rue Sophocles I, A, Athens, Greece. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Evangelos Papanastasiou. 

Bliss, Eleanora Frances, 1904, See page 5. 

Blodgett, Katharine Burr, 1917, 

12 North Church Street, Schenectady, N. Y. or 218 East 16th Street, 
New York City. 

Research Work in Physics and Chemistry for General Electric Co., 191S-19. 

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

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

Boardman, Wynanda Koechlin, 1914,. . . .70 Milton Road, Rye, N. Y. 

Married, 1916, Mr. H. Duncan Bulkley. One daughter. 

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

Boggs, Anita Uarda Maris, 1910, 

Bureau of Commercial Economics, Washington, D. C. 

Dean and Vice-President, Bureau of Commercial Economics, 1913-18. 

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

Bontecou, Margaret, 1909, See page 9. 

Bookstaver, Mary Alletta, 1898, 

The Wyoming, 853 Seventh Avenue, New York City. 

Volunteer Social Service and Suffrage Worker, 1912-18. 
Married, 1906, Mr. Charles Edward Knoblauch. 



20 Bachelors of Arts 

Booth, Anna Martha, 1918, 

Care of John Booth, Esq., 2303 North 13th Street, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Boring, Alice Middleton, See page 5. 

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

Born, Therese Mathilde, 1918, 

Care of Isaac Born, Esq., 2038 North Alabama Street, Indianapolis, 

Ind. 
Graduate Scholar, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Boucher, Sophie, 1903, 272 West 90th Street, New York City. 

Examiner in Juvenile U. S. Employment Service, Department of Labor, 1918-19. 

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

Boyd, Jessie, 1914, 235 West 75th Street, New York City. 

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

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

Boyd, Mary, 1918, 

Care of James Boyd, Esq., 235 West 75th Street, New York City. 

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

Head of Department of Science in the High School, Pottsville, 1918-19. 

Boyer, Frances Elizabeth, 1915,. .709 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of Latin in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1917-19. v 

Boyer, Judith McCutcheon, 1909, 

219 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. James Albert Sprenger. One son (t 1916), one daughter. 

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

Educational Secretary, Diocese of Bethlehem, 1914-18. 

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

Teacher of Mathematics in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1914-19. 

Bradford, Harriet, 1915, Box 833, Stanford University, Cal. 

Dean of Women and Instructor in English, Leland. Stanford Junior University, 1916-19. 

Bradley, Frances Sladen, 1916, 

Care of Colonel J. J. Bradley, War College, Washington, D. C. 

Translator, War College Division Intelligence Department, 1917-18. 

Bradway, Margaret Saeger, 1915, See page 9. 

Brakeley, Elizabeth, 1916, See page 9. 

Braley, Elizabeth, 1914, 70 West 11th Street, New York City. 

Private Tutor, 1914-19, 

Married, 1914, Major Frederick Archibald Dewey, U. S. A. 

Branch, Zelda Madison, 1912, Inez Hotel, Kansas City, Mo. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-19; State Superintendent, Women's Division, TJ. S. Employ- 
ment Service, State of Missouri, 1918-19. 
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, Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D. C. 

Law Student, University of Chicago, 1916-19. 

Brandon, Rose, 1914, See page 9. 

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

Teacher of English, Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1917-19; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins 
University, 1917. 



Bachelors of Arts 21 

Branson, Anna Mary, 1903, See page 9. 

Branson, Katharine Fleming, 1909, 583 Chestnut Street, Coatesville, Pa. 

Assistant Secretary, Miss Madeira's School, Washington, D. C, 1917-19. 

Branson, Laura Elizabeth, 1915, . .583 Chestnut Street, Coatesville, Pa. 

Head of Department of Mathematics, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1918-19. 

Branson, Mary Garrett, 1916, Rosemont, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Science, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1918-19. 

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

President of the Fall River Branch of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 1911-19. 
Married, 1895, Mr. Randall Nelson Durfee. Two sons, two daughters. 

Brayton, Helen Ireson, 1903, Washington, Conn. 

Farming in Washington, Conn., 1915-19. 

Brayton, Mary Elizabeth, 1901, . .318 Prospect Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Edward Ira Marvett. Two sons, one daughter. 

Bread y, Marcia, 1905, S614 Newark Street, Washington, D. C. 

Worker for Les Foyers du Soldat, France, 191S-19. 

Breed, Mary Bid well, 1894, See page 5. 

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

Married, 1917, Captain, Ellsworth Huntington. 

Bridge, Isabelle, 1916, 570 Milburn Street, Evanston, 111. 

Student of Law, Chicago University, 1917-19. 

Brockstedt, Clarissa Beatrice, 1913, See page 9. 

Brown, Anna Haines, 1915, See page 9. 

Brown, Bertha, 1904, 

Care of Mrs. Henry J. Cadbury, Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. 

Visitor, Society for Organizing Charity, 1918-19. 
Married, 1917, Mr. Walter Davis Lambert, U. S. Army. 

Brown, Carolyn Trowbridge, 1900, 

646 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Fashion Service and Publicity Manager, H. R. Malliston & Co., 1916-19. 
Married, 1S99, Mr. Herbert Radnor Lewis, U. S..Army. 

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

Volunteer Social Worker. 

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

Head of Classical Department in the Central High School, Binghamton, 1915-18. 

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

Head of Mathematics Department, Miss Chandor's School, New York City, 1917-19. 

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

Senior Assistant Cataloguer, John Crerar Library, Chicago, 1911-19. 

Brown, Josephine Chapin, 1913, R. F. D., North St. Paul, Minn. 

Poultry Raising and Dairying, 1918-19. 

Brown, Louise Colbourne, 1901, 31 East 49th Street, New York City. 
Brown, Mary Pitman, 1902,. . . .72 Pleasant Street, Marblehead, Mass. 

House Mistress, Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1917-18. 

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

Laboratory Technician, U. S. A. Base Hospital 13, A. P, O. 753, A. E. F., 1918-19. 

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

Browne, Jennie Nicholson, 1898,. . .510 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 
Browne, Mary Nicholson, 1909, .... 510 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher in St. Timothy's School, Catonsville, Md., 1911-19. 



22 Bachelors of Arts 

Brownell, Eleanor Olivia, 1897, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Principal, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, 1916-19. 

Brownell, Grace Stanley, 1907, 

20 Markwood Road, Forest Hills, New York City. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Harold Piatt Daniels. One son, two daughters. 

Brownell, Harriet Mather, 1896,. .220 Summer Street, Bristol, Conn. 

Brownell, Jane Louise, 1893, See page 9. 

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

Private Tutor and Lecturer, 1905-17. 

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

Brownell, Mary Gertrude, 1915,. .144 Lloyd Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Worker with the Surgical Dressings' Committee, Paris, France, 1917-18. 

Bruner, Grace E., 1901, Atlantic City, N. J" 

Brusstar, Margaret Elizabeth, 1903, 

708 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Bond Saleswoman, Bonbright and Co., Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Bryan, Elizabeth Middleton, 1903, . . . 165 Park Avenue, Orange, N. J. 

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

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

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

Bryant, Catharine ReQua, 1916, 2454 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Y. M. C. A. Canteen Worker in France, 1918-19. 

Bryant, Elizabeth Sohier, 1914, Cohasset, Mass. 

Volunteer Canteen Work, New York City, 1918-19. 

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

Married, 1912, Mr. David Herrich Goodwillie. Three sons. 

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

Married, 1913, Mr. David Eastman Johnson. 

Bryne, Eva Alice Worrall, 1916, See page 9. 

Buchanan, Ethel, 1915, Ill Chalmers Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Oeorge P. Hughes. Two daughters. 

Buchanan, Jessie Crow, 1913, . . .473 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 

J.-D., New York University Law School, 1918. 

Buffum, Frances, 1918, 

Care of Adelbert E. Buffum, Esq., Cohasset, Mass. 

Army Nurse, Camp Dix, N. J., 1918-19. 

Buffum, Gertrude Mary, 1908, Haverford, Pa. 

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

Buffum, Marianna Nicholson, 1902, See page 9. 

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

Teacher in the Misses Kirk's School, Rosemont, Pa., 1903-07, and in the Misses Kirk's 
School, Bryn Mawr, 1907-19. 

Bullock, Ethel Stratton, 1906, .1511 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

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

Bunker, Marie Rowland, 1907, See page 9. 

Burchard, Agnes Elizabeth, 1915, . .Kellogg Springs, Morgan Hill, Cal. 
Burns, Mary Creighton, 1903, 1604 Oxford Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Married, 1918, Professor Carlos Bransby. 

Burrell, Eleanor Loudenois, 1903,. .724 Cedar Avenue, Redlands, Cal. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Raymond Hornby. One daughter, two sons. 



Bachelors of Arts 23 

Burt, Alene, 1916, 561 West 163rd Street, New York City. 

Secretary, Paul Block, Inc., New York City, Magazine and Newspaper Advertising, 
1918-19. ' 

Butterfield, Helen Iola, 1918, . .337 East 18th Street, New York City. 

Assistant Computer, Valuation Department, New York Central Railroad, 1918-19. 

Buxton, Caro Fries, 1901, Care of Cotton Exchange, Dallas, Texas. 

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

Byrne, Laura Laurenson, 1912, 2514 Buena Vista Way, Berkeley, Cal. 

Teacher of English, History, and Political Science in Dominican Junior College, San Rafael, 
Cal., 1916-18. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, 1891, See page 5. 

Cabot, Ruth, 1910, East Milton, Mass. 

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

Treasurer of Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans, 1901-19. 

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

Suffrage and Red Cross Worker, 1915-19. 
Married, 1910, Mr. Robert Pyle. 

Cadbury, Leah Tapper, 1914, 

Care of Seligman Freres et Cie, 45 Boulevard Haussman, Paris, France. 

Volunteer Nurse, English Friends' Ambulance Unit, Paris, summer, 1916, 1917-19. 

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

Married, 1898, Mr. Gerard Fountain. Three daughters, two sons. 

Cam, Norah, 1912, See page 9. 

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

Volunteer Social Worker, 1912-18. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Walter James Wakefield. 

Camp, Marion Merrill, 1914,. .277 Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Roger Wolcott Newberry, U. S. E. G. R. C. One daughter. 

Campbell, Cornelia Sarah, 1902, Sausalito, Cal. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Harry Akin Yeazell (f 1917). Two daughters, one son. 

Campbell, Edith Crowninshield, 1901, 

Walker Road, West Orange, N. J. 

Campbell, Grace Bowditch, 1900, 

Avalon Orchard, Park dale, Hood River Valley, 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 City, 1897-1919. 

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

Philanthropic Worker, 1915-19. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Lawford Howard Fry. Three 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, Lieutenant John Harold Smith, U. S. N. 

Cannon, Mary Antoinette, 1907, 

1258 South 45th Street, Philadelphia, or Deposit, N. Y. 

Director, Social Service Department, University Hospital, Philadelphia, 1916-19. 

Cantlin, Ethel, 1901, 225 Kent Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Volunteer Emergency Aid and Red Cross Work, 1917-19. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Monroe Buckley. 

Capel, Frank Marcella, 1914,. . .Hunter Avenue, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Charles Christopher Schmitt. 

Carey, Frances King, 1912, Died, 1912. 



24 Bachelors of Arts 

Carey, Helen Fraser, 1914, 

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

Carner, Lucy Perkins, 1908, . . 600 Lexington Avenue, New York City. 

General Secretary, Y. W. C. A., Wilkes Barre, 1916-18; Secretary in Industrial Depart- 
ment of National Board of Y. W. C. A., 1919. 

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

Carrere, Anna Merven, 1908, 

Care of Morgan Harjes, Paris, France, or 471 Park Avenue, New York 
City. 

Volunteer Worker for French Wounded in France, 1917-18. 

Carroll, Elizabeth Maxwell, 1892, Ogontz School, Rydal, Pa. 

Latin Instructor, Ogontz School, Rydal, Pa., 1917-19. 

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

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

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

Instructor in Religious Education, New York Training School for Deaconesses, 1917-19. 

Case, Clara Cary, 1904, 

Hamadan, Persia. Address: 309 West 91st Street, New York City. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Arthur Cecil Edwards. One son. 

Caskey, Emily Edna, 1911, Glenside, Pa. 

Settlement and Missionary Worker, 1912-18. 

Cassel, Gladys Hagy, 1918,. .5836 Catharine Street, West Philadelphia. 

In Advertising Department of J. B. Lippincott Publishing Co., 1918-19. 

Chamberlain, Gladys Elizabeth, 1912, 

537 West 121st Street, New York City, or Bridgton, Me. 

Y. W, C A., Secretary, 1918-19. 

Chamberlain, Mary Mitchell, 1915, 

110 North 6th Avenue, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Ph.D. Rutgers College, 1918; Instructor in Chemistry, New Jersey College for Women, 

New Brunswick, 1918-19. 
Married, 1916, Prof. Arthur Russell Moore. 

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

Married, 1909, Mr. Joseph Edgar Rhoads. Two sons, two daughters. 

Chambers, Kate Ethel, 1911, Chatham, N. J. 

Married, 1915, The Rev. Laurens Hickok Seelye. One daughter. 

Chandlee, Elizabeth Betterton, 1902, See page 9. 

Chandler, Gladys Winthrop, 1907,. . .Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown, Pa. 
Chapin, Edith Burwell, 1899, 225 Lenoir Avenue, Wayne, Pa. 

Teacher of English and Psychology in the Ogontz School, Rydal, Pa., 1918-19. 
Married, 1906, Mr. Thomas Truxton Tingey Craven (t 1914). One son. 

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

Assistant in the Department of Chinese and Japanese Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 
Mass., 1917-19. 

Chapin, Helena, 1896, Died, 1916. 

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

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

Red Cross and Liberty Loan Worker, 1917-19. 

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

Chase, Carmelita, 1912, 950 Fig Street, Winnetka, 111. 

Play Supervisor for Children, 1917-18. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Sebastian Hinton. One daughter. 

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



Bachelors of Arts 25 

Chase, Ethel Bird, 1910,. . . .2219 California Street, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1913,. Mr. Benjamin Franklin Keith (t 1914); 1915, Dr. George DeWolfe Kirk- 
patrick. 

Chase, Helen Starkweather, 1916, Waterbury, Conn. 

Auxiliary Nurse, Red Cross Hospital, Paris, France, 1916-19. 

Chase, Margaret, 1916, See page 9. 

Chesney, Miriam, 1904, 2065 East Lippincott Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher, 1908-18. 

Chickering, Julia, 1911, 165 West 12th Street, New York City. 

Financial Secretary, New York Dispensary, 1913-17. 

Chickering, Rebekah Munroe, 1897, . . 7S Morton Road, Milton, Mass. 

Teacher of Literature and Church History in Abbot Academy, Andover, Mass., 1898- 
1904, and of History and English, 1906-19. 

Child, Dorothy, 1910, 

5023 McKean Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Physician in France, 1918. 

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

Treasurer of Bryn Mawr Club of New York City, 1909-18; Private Secretary, 1913-18. 

Child, Florence Chapman, 1905, 

5023 McKean Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Physician, 1918-19. 

Childs, Marjorie, 1914, 1040 De Kalb Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Junior Confidential Assistant, War Trade Board, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Christy, Regina Lucia, 1907,. . .310 West 79th Street, New York City. 

Artist's Model, 1911-17. 

Cilley, Alice Longfellow, 1897, . 32 East 64th Street, New York City. 

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

Claflin, Charlotte Isabel, 1911, 

Care of Mrs. A. A. Claflin, Felton Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

American Red Cross Worker, Rome, Italy, 1918-19. 

Claghorn, Kate Holladay, 1892, . . 105 East 22nd Street, New York City. 

Staff Member, New York School of Philanthropy, 1912-19. 

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

Head of Department of Mathematics in the South Philadelphia High School for Girls, 
January-June, 1916-19. 

Clark, Anna Newhall, 1908, 

St. Margaret's Convent, 17 Louisburg Square, Boston, Mass. 

Professed Choir Sister of Society of St. Margaret, 1918-19. 

Clark, Elizabeth Estelle, 1907, 

252 High Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Clark, Florence Wilcox, 1902, Onawa, la. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Henry Lawrence Morrison. 

Clark, Jean Butler, 1902, The Arundel, Baltimore, Md. 

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

Clark, Leslie, 1904, 60 Rose Building, Cleveland, O. 

Teacher of History and Psychology, Westover School, Middlebury, Conn., 1912-18. 

Clark, Mabel Parker, 1889, See page 9. 

Clarke, Edythe, 1903, 

186 Temple Street, West Roxbury District, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1909, Dr. Arthur Wiilard Fairbanks. Two daughters, one son. 

Clarke, Pauline Ida, 1912,. . . .603 West 139th Street, New York City. 

Editor of "The Suffragist," National Woman's Partv, Washington. D. C, 1917-18; 
National War Labor Board, 1918. 



26 Bachelors of Arts 

Clarke, Susan Lowell, 1901,. . .78 Bellariastrasse, Zurich, Switzerland. 
Clauder, Anna Cornelia, 1905, 1724 Green Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History and Chaos in the William Penn High School for Girls, Philadelphia, 
1909-19. 

Clements, Helen Theodora, 1892, 

554 South Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 

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

Clifton, Eleanor, 1909, 

The Warwick, 1906 Sansom Street, Philadelphia. 

Officer, Section on Women and Girls Law Enforcement Division, War Department Com- 
mission on Training Camp Activities, 1918-19. 

Clifton, Jessie Williams, 1911, 

5038 Schuyler Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Cline, Mary Sylvester, 1917, 

Moravian Seminary and College for Women, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Teacher of History, English and Mathematics in Moravian Seminary, 1917-18. 

Clinton, Eleanor Marcella, 1916, 

1565 East Davis Street, Portland, Ore. 

Teacher of Science and Mathematics in Miss Catlin's School, Portland, Ore., 1918-19. 

Clinton, Ethel, 1902, 467 Linwood Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Nelson Gorham Russell, Major, M. C, U. S. A. Two sons, one daughter. 

Clinton, Marion Dorothea, 1913, 

1565 East Davis Street, Portland, Ore. 

Teacher of Latin in the James John High School, Portland, Ore., 1913-19. 

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

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

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

Recording Secretary, Philadelphia Women's Trade L~nion League, 1916-19. 

Cockrell, Josephine Eleanor, 1913, . .4107 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Robert Nuckols Watkin. One daughter. 

Cockrell, Mary, 1908, , . .4314 Worth Street, Dallas, Texas. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Alexander Vardeman Cockrell. One daughter. 

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

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

Coffin, Mariam Louise, 1906, 2044 Glenwood Avenue, Toledo, O. 

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

Cole, Dorothea, 1910, Died, 1918. 

Coleman, Anne C, 1895, 

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

Married, 1899, Dr. Joachim Leon Carvallo. 

Colgan, Alice Ella, 1906, 612 West Indiana Avenue, Urbana, 111. 

Married, 1910, Mr. George Paul Boomsliter. One son, two daughters. 

Collins, Phyllis, 1915, 1700 Kanawha Street, Charleston, W. Va. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Allan Waters, Jr. 

Collins, Ruth, 1910, See page 9. 

Collins, Sarah Louise, 1917, Purchase, N. Y. 

A.M., Teachers College, 1918. Teacher of History in Columbia Preparatory School, 
Rochester, N. Y., 1918-19. 

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

Enrolled to go to France as Nurses' Aid, 1919. 

Colter, Mary Frances, 1917, 3410 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Teacher of History and Latin in the College Preparatory School for Girls, Cincinnati, O., 
1918-19. 



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Congdon, Dorothy Ida, 1906, 521 Greenwood Boulevard, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. John Warburton Gates. Two sons (one f 1917). 

Congdon, Elizabeth, 1902, Glen Osborne, Sewickley, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Alexander Johnston Barron. 

Congdon, Gertrude, 1909, 1415 Wesley Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

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

Congdon, Louise, 1908, 1427 Judson Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Julius Pratt Balmer. Two sons, two daughters. 

Congdon, Louise Buffum, 1900, Haverford Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Leader of East Bryn Mawr District, Woman Suffrage Party, 1915-19; President, Bryn 

Mawr College Alumnse Association, 1918-20. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Richard Standish Francis. Two sons. 

Converse, Helen Prentiss, 1901,. 15 East 64th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Warren Parso?is Thorpe. One daughter, one son. 

Converse, Lisa Baker, 1896, Lakewood Hall, Lakewood, N. J. 

Principal of Lakewood Hall, School for Girls, Lakewood, 1917-19. 

Converse, Mary Eleanor, 1898, Rosemont, Pa. 

Educational and Social "Worker, 1915-19. 

Cook, Katharine Innes, 1896, ... 137 East 66th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in Miss Chapin's School, New York City, 1909-19. 

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

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

Coolidge, Mary Lowell, 1914, Concord, Mass. 

Balance-of-Stores-Clerk, Lewis Manufacturing Co., Walpole, Mass., 1917-19. 

Cooper, Emily Smyth, 1907, . 234 Allen's Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Edwin James Johnson. 

Cope, Julia, 1889, Haverford, Pa. 

General Secretary of the Foreign Missionary Association of Friends of Philadelphia, 1905- 

19; Overseer, Haverford Meeting, 1916-19. 
Married, 1894, Mr. William Henry Collins. 

Copeland, Margaret Boyd, 1908,.. 783 Foxdale Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Nathaniel Hopkins Blatchford, Jr. Two sons. 

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

Actress, 1914-17. 

Corson, Elizabeth Still well, 1902, . .349 Clark Road, Brookline, Mass. 

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

Corwin, Margaret Trumbull, 1912, 

247 St. Ronan Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Executive Secretary of the Connecticut Division U. S. Employment Service, 191S-19. 

Coulter, Anna Brewster, 1917, 

Care of E. C. Coulter, Esq., University Club, 26 East Monroe Street, 

Chicago, 111. 
Clerk, Wheat Export Co., 1918, 

Cox, Caroline Bessie, 1910, Cynwyd, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Hollis Wolstenholme. One daughter. 

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

Married, 1914, Captain Archer Harman, P. A., U. S. A. One son. 

Coyle, Margaret Hildegarde, 1906, 

1110 Duncannon Avenue, Logan, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. David Aloysius Rahilly. 

Cragin, Jane Heartt, 1902, 9 Washington Square, New York City. 

Married, 1905, Captain D'Arcy Hemsworlh Kay. Two daughters. 



28 Bachelors of Arts 

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

Secretary to the Executive Secretary of the Church Periodical Club, 1913-19. 

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

Farming, 1912-19. 

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

Married, 1912, Mr. Samuel Tucker Lanham. Three daughters (one f 1913). 

Crane, Helen Bond, 1909, "Robin Wood," Timonium, Md. 

Assistant Educational Secretary, Student Volunteer Movement, New York City, 1918-19. 

Crane, Marion Delia, 1911, See page 9. 

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, one daughter. 

Crawford, Harriet Jean, 1902, . . . Ury House, Fox Chase, Philadelphia. 

Junior Bursar, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 

Crawford, Mary Virginia, 1896, Haverford, Pa. 

Red Cross Worker, 1917-19. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Charles Benjamin Dudley (t 1909). 

Creighton, Catherine, 1914, 

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Medical Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1915-18. 

Crenshaw, Fanny Graves, 1912, 919 Franklin Street West, Richmond, Va. 

Teacher of History and Mathematics in The Randolph-Ellett County School, Richmond, 
1912-19; Athletic Director, Westhampton College, 1914-19. 

Criswell, Eliza Helen, 1904,. . . .45 West 38th Street, New York City. 
Crosby, Phoebe Sinclair, 1906, 32 South Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teaching Principal, Carson College for Orphan Girls, Flourtown, Pa., 1918-19. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Severn Robert Allnutt. 

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

Relief Work in France, 1917-19. 

Crowell, Caroline, 1916, ' Avondale, Pa. 

Analyst, Atlas Powder Co., 1918-19. 

Cruice, Louise Netterville, 1906, 

33 Avenue de Suffren, Paris, France. 

Married, 1916, Major Edward Warren Sturdevant, U. S. M. C. One daughter. 

Curry, Phoebe, 1917, Danville, Pa. 

Curtin, Frances Birda, 1918, . .624 Mulberry Street, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Married, 1918, Dr. Herbert Hodge Haynes. 

Dabney, Edith, 1903, 526 Broadway North, Seattle, Wash. 

Principal, the St. Nicholas School, Seattle, 1917-19. 

Daly, Elizabeth Teresa, 1901,. .90 Locust Hill Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Dalzell, Dorothy, 1908, 486 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 

Teacher of German and French in the Brimmer School, Boston, Mass., 1916-19. 

Daniels, Caroline Seymour, 1901,. 1621 Judson Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

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

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

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, 1911, See page 5. 

Darkow, Marguerite Daisy, 1915, 

Care of Miss Duval, University, Va. 

Assistant, Leander McCormick Observatory, University of Virginia, 1918-19. 



Bachelors of Arts 29 

Daklington, Sarah Wilson, 1894, R. R. I., Yuma, Ariz. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Louis Pennock Hamilton. Three sons (one t 1913). 

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

Assistant in Office of College Club, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 
Married, 1906, Mr. William Hamilton Laciar. 

Davidson, Lucile, 1916, 84 Grove Street, New York City. 

Assistant Secretary to President, Federal Food Board for N. Y. State, 1917-19. 
Married, 1916, Mr. Charles Dairies Scudder Middleton. 

Davis, Anne Wallis, 1917, 58 Mercer Street, Princeton, N. J. 

Synthetic Chemist, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y.. 1918-19. 

Davis, Dorothy Livingston, 1913, . .60 West 76th Street, New York City. 

Tvpist and Stenographer, Gas Defense Division, Chemical Warfare Service, U. S. Armv, 
'1918-19. 

Davis, Etta Lincoln, 1899, 55 Waverley Street, Waverley, Mass. 

Farming, 1917-19. 

Davis, Jean Scobie, 1914, 58 Mercer Street, Princeton, N. J. 

Instructor in Sociology, Agnes Scott College, 1917-18, and Assistant Professor, 1918-19. 

Davis, Louise Dudley, 1897, 5 West 9th Street, New York City. 

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

Davis, Lucia, 1902, 2753 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Pastor's Assistant, Mount Vernon Place Church, Baltimore, 1918-19. 

Davis, Sarah Ellen, 1903, 1 Patchin Place, New York City. 

Daw, Elma, 1907, 340 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Student, Scudder School Secretarial Course, 1918-19. 

Day, Alice Hooker, 1902, 63 East 52nd Street, New York City. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Percy Jackson. 

Day, Dorothea, 1903, Catskill, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, The Rev. Asa Dupuy Watkins. One son, one daughter. 

Day, Rosalie, 1913, 

115 West 16th Street, New York City, or Catskill, N. Y. 

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

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

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

Library Assistant, Utica Public Library, 1915-18. 

DeArmond, Elinor Margaret, 1899,. . .515 Talbot Street, Taylor, Tex. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Frank Kimmell Neill. 

Deems, Elsie, 1910, ■ See page 9. 

Delano, Catherine Lyman, 1911, 

700 B Avenue, Coronado, Cal., or 31 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Lieutenant Alexander Gait Grant. Two sons. 

Delano, Laura, 1914, 10 South La Salle Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1917, Captain James Lawrence Houghteling, Jr., F. A. U. S. A. 

Delano, Susan Adams, 1907, Oyster Bay, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Charles Wylie McKehey. Two sons (one t 1916). 

De Macedo, Virginia, 1916 

5340 Magnolia Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Spanish, French and Latin in the High School, Germantown. 1918-19. 

Deming, Agathe, 1913, 945 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Director of Camp Miramiclic, for Girls, 1918-19. 

Deming, Constance, 1910, 2310 Central Avenue, Augusta, Ga. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Willard Lewis. One son, one daughter. 

Deming, Eleanor, 1903 945 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Director of Camp Miramiclic, for Girls, 1918-19. 



30 Bachelors of Arts 

Deming, Julia, 1916, Oswego, Kan. 

Deneen, Dorothy, 1916, 457 West 61st Place, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1918, Dr. Allmand Matteson Blow. 

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

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

Denison, Elsa, 1910, Princeton. N. J. 

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

de Schweinitz, Agnes, 1899, See page 9. 

Dessau, Enid, 1915, 555 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Secretary to the Head of the American Fund for French Wounded, Paris, 1918. 

Dessau, Florence Maud, 1913, 555 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Secretary in firm of Melchoir, Armstrong & Dessau, New York City, 1918-19. 

De Venish, Addie Cleora, 1916, 5532 Hunter Street, Philadelphia. 

Secretary in U. S. Employment Service Office, 1918-19. ' 

Dewees, Susan Janney, 1900, Haverford, Pa. 

Diamond, Isabella Stevenson, 1917, 557 West First Street, Fulton, N. Y. 

Junior Examiner, War Trades Intelligence Department, War Trade Board, 1918-19. 

Dietrich, Gertrude Elizabeth, 1903, 

6220 Wayne Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Herbert Knox Smith. 

Dillin, Margaret Sidner, 1909, See page 9. 

Dillingham, Alice, 1901, Englewood, N. J. 

Lawyer, 1905-19. 

Dillingham, Louise Bulkley, 1916, 

Ensenada, Porto Rico, or Millburn, N. J. 

Assistant Secretary, South Porto Rico Sugar Co., Ensenada, Porto Rico, 1918-19. 

Dimon, Abigail Camp, 1896, See. page 10. 

Ditmars, Helen Sydney, 1903, 

195 East Commerce Street, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Teacher of Spanish and Latin in the High School, Bridgeton, 1917-19. 
Married, 1906, Dr. Millard Freeman Sewall. One daughter, two sons. 

Dixon, Henrietta Amelia, 1917, 

37 North Walnut Street, East Orange, N. J. 

Dodd, Hannah Maria, 1911 R. F. D. 2, Lewes, Del. 

Married, 1914, Mr. William Edward Thompson. Two daughters, one son. 

Dodd, Katharine, 1914, 

Radnor Hall, Charles River Road, Cambridge, Mass. 

Student, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1917-19. 

Dodd, Margaret Perley, 1916, . .42 Mansion Avenue, Haddonfield, N. J. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Paul H. Sangree. One daughter. 

Dodge, Charlotte Wright, 1918, . . 330 Oxford Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

Dodge, Elinor, 1902, 81 Clark Street, Belmont, Mass. 

Doe, Julia Adrienne, 1909, 1797 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Married, 1918, Professor Lucius Rogers Shero. 

Dogura, Masa, 1897, 350 Nishi Okubo, Tokyo, Japan. 

Married, 1899, Viscount Yasuga Uchida. 

Doheny, Mary Elizabeth, 1910, Box 80, Haverford, Pa. 

Donaldson, Elise, 1909, 

Cathedral Apartments, 1028 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Assistant in Editorial Work, Howard A. Kelly Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 



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Donchian, Eugenie, 1917, 427 West 117th Street, New York City. 

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

Professor of English, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-19. 

Doolittle, Margaret, 1911, See page 10. 

Doolittle, Margaret Chloe, 1908, Gambier, O. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Misses Kirk's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1903-19. 

Dorsey, Comfort Worthington, 1907, 

130 East 22nd Street, New York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Arthur Henry Richardson. Two sons. 

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

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

Dowd, Constance Eleanor, 1916, 127 West 72nd Street, New York City. 

Clerk, Ordnance Bureau, War Department, 1918-19. 

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

Married, 1912, Mr. Henry Blodgett Harcey. One daughter. 

Dudley, Helen, 1909, 

34 Russell Chambers, Bury Street, London, England. 

Hospital Supply Worker, London, 1915-17. 

Dudley, Helena Stuart, 1889,. . . .357 Beaver Street, Waltham, Mass. 

Dufourcq, Katharine Vermilye, 1918, 

227 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Postal Censorship, 1918. 

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, 1917, 

12 rue Ernest Cresson, Paris, France, or 67 South Street, Auburn, N. Y. 

Relief work, France, 1917-19. 

Duncan, Margaret Steel, 1908, . .2526 South 20th Street, Philadelphia. 

Instructor in French and Spanish, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

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

Red Cross Worker, 1917-19; Director of Music and Soloist, Kemble Memorial M. E. 

Church, W T oodbury, 1914-19. 
Married, 1903, Dr. George W. Moore, Jr. 

Dunham, Anna Mary, 1908, Blackthorn Road, Winnetka, 111. 

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

Dunham, Ethel Collins, 1914, 

105 Jackson Place, Baltimore, Md., or 1030 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, 
Conn. 

Resident House Officer, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1918-19. 

Durand, Edith Pusey, 1906, 

506 Telfer Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

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

Durand, Mildred Pauline, 1909, Southampton, Pa. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Charles Burton Gordy. One son. 

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

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

Dyer, Margaret Brydie, 1898, 4452 McPherson Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Teacher of English and Latin in Mary Institute, St. Louis, 1916-19. 

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

Red Cross Home Service Worker, 1917-18. 

Eastman, Elizabeth, 1903, 134 Mount Vernon Street, Winchester, Mass. 
Ecob, Eleanor, 1907, .••••■ 116 Champlain Drive, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Harold Merriam Sawyer. 

Ecob, Katharine Gilbert, 1909,.. 100 Sanford Avenue, Flushing, N. Y. 



32 Bachelors of Arts 

Eddy, Olive Gates, 1906, 57 West Chestnut Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Clinton Arthur Carpenter. 

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

Assistant in Engineering Library, Western Electric Co., 1917-19. 

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

Egan, May Margaret, 1911, Amboy, 111. 

Canteen Worker for American Red Cross in France, 1917-18. 

Ehlers, Bertha Sophie, 1909, 123 Waverly Place, New York City. 

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

Teacher of Latin and German in the Friends' Seminary, New York City, 1906-18. 

Eichberg, Alice, 1911, 714 South Crescent Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Alfred Theodore Shohl, M. C. A. E. F. One daughter. 

Elcock, Gertrude Marie, 1912, . . 123 Bethlehem Pike, Chestnut Hill, Pa. 

Teacher of English, Springside, Chestnut Hill, 1917-18. 

Elder, Grace A., 1897, 1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics, "The Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 
Married, 1900, Mr. Frederick A. Sau?iders. One son, one daughter. 

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

Eldredge, Adda, 1908, 501 East Ridge Street, Marquette, Mich. 

Lawyer, member of firm Miller, Dodds and Eldredge, 1918-19. 

Eldridge, Irene Stauffer, 1908, 

6605 North 7th Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the High School, Frankford, Philadelphia, 1916-19. 

Elliot, Myra, 1908, Buck Lane, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Jacques Leonard T auclain. One daughter, two sons (one t 1918). 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, 1901, See page 5. 

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

Teacher of English in the George School, George School, Pa., 1918-19. 

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

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics, Springside, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, 1916-19. 

Ellis, Sara Frazer, 1904, •. .5716 Rippey Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Headmistress, Miss Ellis's private School for Girls, Pittsburgh, 1916-19. 

Elwood, Catherine Prescott, 1915, 

Comite Americain pour les Blesses Francais, Alcazar d'Ete, Champs- 
Elysees, Paris, France. 

Volunteer Secretary, American Fund for French Wounded, Paris, 1917-18. 

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

Suffrage, War and Philanthropic Worker. 
Married. 1901, Mr. Charles Lewis Tiffany. 

Emerson, Elisabeth, 1917, 162 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 

Student, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1917-19. 

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

Red Cross Canteen Service in France, 1918-19. 

Emerson, Ruth, 1893 Died, 1910. 

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

Emery, Anne Crosby, 1892, See page 5. 

Emery, Gertrude Canterbury, 1915, 53 Marion Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Emery, Sarah Lotta, 1900, 

Wabanaki School, Round Hill Road, Greenwich, Conn. 

Founder and Director of Wabanaki School, 1915-19. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Charles Tarbell Dudley (t 1908). One son, one daughter. 






Bachelors of Arts 33 

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. 

Erismann, Pauline Adele Camille, 1900, 

1 Chemin de Miremont, Geneva, Switzerland. 

Red Cross Worker and for Care of Prisoners of War, 1914-19. 

Evans, Katherine Mary, 1910, , . East Moriches, L. I., N. Y. 

Research Chemist, National Aniline and Chemical Co., New York, 1918-19. 

Evans, Ltjcy, 1918, Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1918, Professor Samuel Claggett Chew. 

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

Everett, Helen, 1915, 

Care of Professor Everett, Brown University, Providence, R. I. 

M.A., Radcliffe College, 1918. On staff of Ordnance Department, 1918-19. 

Fabian, Elizabeth Storrs, 1913, .... 1509 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1915, Major Ronald Webster, F. A., U. S. A. One daughter. 

Fabian, Mary Huntington, 1907, . . . 1509 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Teacher of French in Roycemore School, Evanston, 111., 1917-18. 

Failing, Katharine Frederika, 1903,. . .Box 233, Colfax, Washington. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Henry Clay Ritz. Two sons. 

Fairbank, Nathalie, 1905, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

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

Falk, Zip Solomons, 1910, 

The Roydon, 1619 R Street, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary, Consumers' League of the District of Columbia, 1915-18. 
Married, 1917, Mr. Robert Szold. One daughter. 

Faries, Elizabeth, 1912, 

7806 Cresheim Road, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

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

Farnham, Lois Anna, 1900, See page 10. 

Farquhar, Dorothea, 1900, 27 Water Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Frederick Gushing Cross. Three daughters, one son. 

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

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-19. 

Farwell, Leslie, 1905, 1235 Prospect Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. 

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

Faulkner, Ellen, 1913, 78 West Street, Keene, N. H. 

Clerk, Farmers' Loan Trust Co., Paris, 1918-19. 

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

Married, 1912, Mr. Thomas Linwood Wiles. 

Fay, Mary Luella, 1897, See page 10. 

Fegley, Beulah Helen, 1918, 

Care of H. Winslow Fegley, Esq., 952 North 5th Street, Reading, Pa. 

Fell, Edith Newlin, 1900, 1534 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

American Red Cross Nurse in France, A. E. F., 1918-19. 

Fendall, Mary Gertrude, 1912, 141 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Treasurer of National Woman's Party, Washington, D. C, 1917-18. 

Ferguson, Mary Rodgers, 1907, 

53 West Tulpehocken Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Visitor of C. O. S., 1918-19. 

Fetterman, Mary Gertrude, 1903, Media, Pa. 



34 Bachelors of Arts 

Field, Aristine, 1911, Lincoln Park, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Martin Dodd. One daughter. 

Fincke, Frances Amelia, 1898, . . 142 East 65th Street, New York City. 

Alumnae Director of Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 
Married, 1902, Mr. Learned Hand. Three daughters. 

Fischel, Edna, 1900, 4366 McPherson Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Suffrage Worker, 1910-18, and Chairman of Food Conservation Committee of Missouri 

and St. Louis, Council of National Defense, 1917-19. 
Married, 1903, Dr. George Getthorn. 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, one daughter. 

Fleisher, Madeleine Wolf, 1914, 

345 West 85th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1915, Captain James Stanley Wolf. One son, one daughter. 

Fleming, May Augusta, 1907,. .544 West 157th Street, New York City. 

Travelling Secretary, Student Volunteer Movement, 1910-19. 

Fletcher, Katherine Sila, 1902, 6 Waverly Place, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Flexner, Mary, 1895, 133 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Educational and Red Cross Worker, 1918-19. 

Flickinger, Alice, 1906, See page 10. 

Focht, Mildred, 1904, 419 West 119th Street, New York City. 

Tutor in English, Hunter High School, New York City, 1909-19. 

Foley, Louise, 1908, 468 Ashland Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Frederick Finerty. 

Follansbee, Blanche Davis, 1894, . .850 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Brown Caldwell. One son, one daughter. 

Follansbee, Eunice Dana, 1903, 900 Willow Road, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William Browne Hale. Two sons (one t 1918). 

Follansbee, Susan Davis, 1897, 840 Willow Road, Winnetka, 111. 

Y. M. C. A. Worker in France, 1918-19. 
Married, 1899, Mr. William Gold Hibbard, Jr. 

Fordyce, Rebecca Walton, 1916,. .40 Lincoln Avenue, Youngstown, O. 

Member of Motor Corps, N. L. W. S., 1917-19. 

Forster, Dorothy, 1907, 114 East 84th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Rutger Bleecker Miller. Two sons, one daughter. 

Forster, Emma, 1911, 115 Blake Avenue, Rockledge, Pa. 

Clerk in Military Intelligence Department, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Forster, Sophie Katharine, 1914,. .115 Blake Avenue, Rockledge, Pa. 

Clerk in Military Intelligence Department, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Mr. Hesser Clapham Ruhl. 

Foster, Dorothy, 1904, . . Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor in English Literature, Mount Holyoke College, 1916-18. 

Foster, Elizabeth Andros, 1908, See page 10. 

Foster, Isabel, 1915, 298 Middle Street, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Telegraph Editor, Waterbury Republican, Waterbury, Conn., and Editor, Bryn Mawr 
Alumna} Quarterly, 1918-19. 

Foster, Mabel, 1907, 26 Jones Street, New York City. 

Settlement Worker, Greenwich House, New York, 1911-19. 
Married, 1913, Mr. William Spinney. One daughter. 

Foster, Mildred, 1917, 12 Van Nest Place, New York City. 

Teacher, the Play School, New York City, 1918-19. 
Married, 1917, Mr. Leroy Pater son. 



Bachelors of Arts 35 

Foulke, Caroline Reeves, 1896, Hull House, Chicago, 111. 

Directress, Montessori School, Hull House, 1916-18. 
Married, 1910, Dr. John Francis Urie. One daughter. 

Foulke, Mary Taylor Reeves, 1899, 719 Rush Street, Chicago, 111. 

President, Chicago Equal Suffrage Association, 1915-18; Member of Executive Com- 
mittee, State Council of National Defense, 1917-18. 
Married, 1900, Mr. James William Morrisson. Four sons, one daughter. 

Fowler, Eugenia, 1901, See page 10. 

Fowler, Katharine, 1906, 231 Lexington Avenue, New York City. 

Secretary, New York School of Philanthropy, 1917-19. 

Fowler, Laura, 1901, 329 Dolphin Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of Mathematics, Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1916-19. 

Fowler, Susan, 1895, 604 West 112th Street, New York City. 

Head Teacher of Latin and Greek, Brearley School, New York City, 1913-18. 

Frace, May, 1904, Clinton, N. J. 

Francis, Clara Jane, 1913, 805 Walnut Street, Martins Ferry, O. 

Married, 1915, Lieutenant James Arthur Dickson, TJ. S. Engineers. One daughter. 

Frank, Myra B. Faith, 1900, 65 Naples Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Volunteer Social Service Worker, 1916-19. 

Married, 1900, Dr. Milton J. Rosenau. Two sons (one t 1901), one daughter. 

Franklin, Margaret Ladd, 1908, 

617 West 113th Street. New York City. 

Franklin, Susan Braley, 1889, See page 6. 

Fraser, Lilian Lorraine, 1918, 

Care of Thomas Fraser, Esq., 618 West College Street, Rochester, 
Minn. 

Free, Margaret Louise, 1915, 

1827 I Street, Washington, D. C, or 355 South Rebecca Street, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Secretary in Personnel Branch, Operations Division, G. S., Washington, D. C, 1917-19. 

Freer, Eleanor, 1915, 1420 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Ernest Russell Willson. One daughter. 

Frehafer, Mabel Katherine, 1908, Chestnut Hill, Pa. 

Scholar in Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1918-19. 

French, Augusta Graham, 1907, Prospect, Ky. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Tom Wallace. One daughtei, one son. 

Friend, Margaret Alice, 1911, 

3700 Morrison Street Chevy Chase, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1916, Captain Martin Low. One daughter. 

Fries, Emma Riddell, 1904, 1350 Orthodox Street, Philadelphia. 

First Grade Clerk, Depot of Quartermaster Corps in Philadelphia, U. S. Army, 1917-19. 

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. 
Fulton, Louise Oliphant, 1893,. . .3420 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Frank Thomson Gucker. Three sons (one t 1899), two daughters. 

Funkhouser, Elsie Lush, 1911, 

1114 Vermont Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Secretary to Chairman, Board of Contract Adjustment, War Department, 1918-19. 



36 Bachelors of Arts 

Ftthman, Rosalie Allan, 1895, .... 232 Walnut Avenue, Cranford, N. J. 

Married, 1911, Mr. D. C. Nemavrn Collins. One son. 

Furness, Rtjth Wadsworth, 1896, 

1085 Sheridan Road, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

President of Board of Education of New Trier Township High School, 1917-19. 
Married, 1898, Mr. James Foster Porter. One daughter, four sons. 

Fyfe, Florence Marjorie, 1915, Mills College, Cal. 

Assistant Registrar, Mills College, 1918-19. 

Gail, Nannie Louise, 1916, 

Greenway and Stratford Road, Guilford, Baltimore, Md. 

Gale, Eleanore Edwards, 1914, . . 14 Sagamore Road, Worcester, Mass. 

Galt, Caroline Morris, 1897, 

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of Archaeology, Mount Holyoke College, 1913-19. 

Gannett, Alice Pierson, 1898, .... 1420 East 31st Street, Cleveland, O. 

Head Worker, Goodrich Social Settlement, 1917-19. 

Gardiner, Mart Stjmmerfield, 1918, . . Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. 

Volunteer Worker in Y. W. C. A. Hostess House, 1918. 

Gardner, Evelyn Dunn, 1908, . . 508 Thirteenth Street, Pacific Grove, Cal. 

> Associate Principal, 1917-18, and Teacher of Latin, French and Spanish in the High School, 
Pacific Grove, 1913-19. 

Gardner, Julia Anna, 1905, See page 10. 

Garfield, Lucretia, 1916, 

1529 New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, D. C, or Williamstown, 
Mass. 

Garretson, Alice Eleanora, 1890, 1921 Francisco Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Married, 1916, Mr. James Dunlap Smalley. 

Garrett, Christina Hallowell, 1903, 

189 Walnut Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Teacher in Miss Winsor's School, Boston, 1903-19. 

Garrett, Ida Mercette, 1906, 12 Symmes Road, Winchester, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. J. Prentice Murphy. One son, one daughter. 

Gatler, Ruth Hamilton, 1911,. . . .11 Mountfort Street, Boston, Mass. 
Gendell, Annie Ashbrook, 1907,.. 835 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the William Penn High School for Gills, Philadelphia, 1909-19. 

Gerhard, Alice Hill, 1907, 522 West James Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Teacher of French in the Stevens High School, Lancaster, 1916-19. 

Gerhard, Elizabeth Hill, 1904, See page 10. 

Gest, Annette Eleanor, 1918, 

Care of Alexander Purves Gest, Esq., 347 Llandrillo Road, Cynwyd, 
Pa. 

U. S. Postal Censorship, New York City, 1918-19, 

Gibb, Leonora Walton, 1901, 438 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, The Rev. William Gray Jones. One daughter. 

Gibson, Louise Isabel, 1913, 21 West 16th Street, New York Citv. 

Art Student, 1917-18. 

Gifford, Flora Sawyer, 1903, 3731 Crane Street, San Diego, Cal. 

Teacher of Latin and French, Tougaloo College, Miss., 1912-19. 

Gignoux, Elise Messenger, 1902, Great Neck, Long Island, N. Y. 

Farming, 1918-19. 

Giles, Ellen Rose, 1896, See page 10. 



Bachelors of Arts 37 

Gillinder, Agnes, 1904, 4837 Pulaski Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. John Thompson Carson. One son, two daughters. 

Gilroy, Helen Turnbull, 1909, See page 10. 

Gilroy, Jessie Jay, 1909, . .230 South Gore Avenue, Webster Groves, Mo. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edward Twichell Hall. Two sons, one daughter. 

Girdwood, Ethel Mathews, 1903, 

181 Fernwood Avenue, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Married, 1910, Dr. George Peirce. Three sons. 

Githens, Mary Uhle, 1908, 327 South 16th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Alan Calvert. Two sons, two daughters. 

Gleim, Mary Agnes, 1897, See page 10. 

Glenn, Florence Martha, 1912,. . . .561 Park Avenue, Johnstown, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin, Southwestern State Normal School, California, Pa,, 1918-19. 

Glenn, Mary Dorothy, 1917, 561 Park Avenue, Johnstown, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1918-19. 

Glenn, Ruth, 1915, 561 Park Avenue, Johnstown, Pa. 

Married, 1918. Captain Edred J. Pennell, F. A., U. S. A. 

Godley, Catherine Sherred, 1916, 

768 East Ridgway Avenue, Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 

Secretary to Senior Examiner, Women's Division, U. S. Employment Service, Department 
of Labour, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Goff, Ethel Petherbridge, 1903, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Goff, Gertrude Alice, 1898, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Goff, Leah, 1889, See page 10. 

Goffe, Mildred Virginia, 1904,. .157 East 81st Street, New York City. 

Mail Censor, 1918. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Friend Hoar. One daughter. 

Goldman, Agnes, 1909, 132 East 70th Street, New York City. 

Goldman, Bertha, 1901, R. F. D. 43, Norwalk, Conn. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Bernhard Gutmann. One daughter. 

Goldman, Hetty, 1903, 132 East 70th Street, New York City. 

Volunteer Social and Relief Work, 1917-18. 

Goldmark, Josephine Clara, 1898, 270 West 94th Street, New York City. 

Publication Secretary, National Consumers' League, 1903-19; Special Expert, U. S. Public 
Health Service, 1918-19. 

Goldmark, Pauline Dorothea, 1896, 

270 West 94th Street, New York City. 

Manager, Women's Service Section, U. S. Railroad Aministration, 1918-19. 

Goldsmith, Cecile Adler, 1913, . 1410 West Dauphin Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Julian S. Simsohn. One daughter. 

Goldsmith, Sarah Sanson, 1908, . . 1932 North 19th Street, Philadelphia. 

Head of English Department in the High School, Wilkinsburg, Pa., 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Captain Joseph D. Aronson, M. R. C. 

Goodale, Catharine Warren, 1910, 

Care of W. M. Warren, Esq., Cavina, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1912, Lieatenant-Colenel Rawson Warren, U. S. Army. 

Goodall, Winifred, 1914, 

2905 Vernon Place, Mount Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

Graduate Scholar in English Composition, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 

Goodell, Edith, 1904, 229 North Catherine Avenue, La Grange, 111. 

Married, 1905, Mr. John Gregson, Jr. One daughter. 



38 Bachelors of Arts 

Goodhue, Mary Brooks, 1915, 

639 Church Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

A.M., University of Pennsylvania, 1918; Industrial Secretary, Y. W. C. A., Baltimore, 
1918-19. 

Goodrich, Elizabeth, 1905, Geneva, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Charles Coleby Reckitt. 

Goodwin, Mary Merrick, 1909, See page 10. 

Gould, Alice Bache, 1889, 

Care of W. W. Vaughan, 53 State Street, Boston, Mass. 

Instructor in Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1918. 

Gowen, Emeline, 1890, Died, 1919. 

Grabau, Agnes Wells, 1916. 

Apt. 64, 415 West 115th Street, New York City. 

Secretary, National War Work Council, Y, M. C. A., 1918-19. 

Grace, Janet Randolph, 1917,. .302 West 85th Street, New York City. 

Granger, Elisabeth Sherman, 1917, Lake Forest, 111. 

Graves, Ellen, 1907, 1056 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Gray, Elizabeth Delano, 1898, 105 Leighton Street, Lynn, Mass. 

Assistant to Superintendent, Children's Heard Hospital, Brookline, Mass,, 1918-19. 

Greeley, Helen Ridenour, 1908, 913 Eighth Avenue, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Edmund Allen Russell, Jr. One son, one daughter. 

Greely, Adola, 1904, St. Mark's Rectory, New Canaan, Conn. 

Married, 1906, The Rev. Charles Lawrence Adams. One son (| 1915). 

Green, Anna Bright, 1896,.. 118 Washington Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Roberdeau Annan. One daughter, one son. 

Greene, Cornelia Bonnell, 1897, 

279 West Tulpehocken Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Paul King. One son. 

Greenewald, Jeannette Reefer, 1916, 

The Southold, 150th and Broadway, New York City. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Benjamin Henry Gordon. 

Greenough, Bertha Clark, 1917, See page 10. 

Gribi, Marguerite, 1904, Lake Bluff, 111. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Otto August Kreutzberg. One daughter. 

Griffith, Cornelia Jeannette, 1908, 

126 South Plymouth Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. 

Director of Research Department, Duffy Powers Co., Rochester, 1918-19. 

Griffith, Elizabeth Mingus, 1900, Died, 1916. 

Griffith, Helen, 1905, . . . Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Assistant Professor of English, Mount Holyoke College, 1918-19. 

Grossmann, Bella Mira, 1896, 27 Astor Street, Boston, Mass. 

Grotevent, Kathryn Ellen, 1905, 

245 West Chelten Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of German in the Germantown High School, Philadelphia, 1915-18. 

Guffey, Mary Emma, 1899,. . . .4 Van Lent Place, E. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Carroll Miller. Four sons. 

Guilford, Elizabeth Gleim, 1898, 

6101 Kentucky Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1918, Mr. William Sage Dalzell. 



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Haas, Anna Maria, 1898, 41 East Orange Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Teacher of Music, 1903-19; Substitute Organist, Associate of American Guild of Organists. 

Hacker, Emma Lydia, 1893, R. F. D. 2, Westbrook, Me. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Arthur Herbert Norton. 

Haenssler, Mildred, 1914, R. R. 4, Fayette, Mo. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Sidney Boyle Reynolds. 

Hahn, Dorothy Anna, 1899, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Mount Holyoke College, 1914-19. 

Haines, Anna Jones, 1907, Moorestown, N. J. 

Inspector in Division of Housing and Sanitation, Philadelphia, 1915-18, on leave of absence 
in Russia as Volunteer Worker under American Friends' Social Service Committee, 
1917-18. 

Haines, Gladys Priscilla, 1907, . . 141 Main Street, West Haven, Conn. 

Instructor in French, Wellesley College, 1916-18. 

Haines, Helen Eayre, 1896, Vincentown, N. J. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Henry B. Greening. 

Haines, Jane Bowne, 1891, See page 10. 

Haines, Julia Loring, 1912, 

3227 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1916, Dr. John Alexander MacDonald, Captain M. C, U. S. A. 

Haines, Marion Hartshorne, 1902, 

943 East Haines Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Samuel Emlen, Jr. One son, four daughters. 

Haines, Mary Troth, 1914, . . . 123 Chester Avenue, Moorestown, N. J. 

Student, Cornell University, College of Agriculture, 1917-19. 

Hall, Annette Louise, 1895, 

6809 Cresheim Road, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Howard Magill Phillips (f 1916). 

Hall, Constance Sidney, 1917, 1319 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

War Trade Intelligence Department, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Hall, Edith Rockwell, 1893, . . 1494 University Avenue, New York City. 

Field Agent, U. S. Railroad Administration, Women's Service Section, 1918-19. 

Hall, Margaret, 1899, 

Care of Hall Estates, Kimball Building, 68 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. 

Red Cross Worker in France, 1918-19. 

Hall, Margaret Goodman, 1905, 201 Winebiddle Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Chemist, Pennsylvania Chocolate Co., Pittsburgh, 1917-19; Teacher of Chemistry, 
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, 1918-19. 

Halle, Marion Rebecca, 1917, See page 10. 

Halpen, Sara Marion, 1913, 3318 North 17th Street, Philadelphia. 

Secretary to General Superintendent, Midvale Steel Co., 1916-18. 

Halsey, Cornelia Van Wyck, 1900, 25 Colles Avenue, Morristown, N. J. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1904-19. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Frederic Rogers Kellogg. Two daughters, two sons. 

Hamilton, Amy Gordon, 1914, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

Secretary, Red Cross Home Service, Colorado Springs, Colo., 1918-19. 

Hamilton, Edith, 1894, See page 10. 

Hamilton, Margaret, 1897, 1312 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of Science, Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1900-11, and Head of Primary 
Department, 1910-18. 

Hammer, Christine Potts, 1912, 715 High Street, Pottstown, Pa. 

Teacher in the Wyndcroft School, Pottstown, 191S-19. 



40 Bachelors of Arts 

Hammond, Alice Bradford, 1898, . . 130 Wall Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Teacher of Latin in the High School, New Haven, 1916-19. 

Hann, Anna Thompson, 1907, Address unknown. 

Harbeson, Lynda Myra, 1903, 

132 West Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Associate Editor, Everybody's Magazine, 1917-19. 

Hardon, Anne Frances, 1915, 

Care of Morgan, Harjes & Co., Paris, or Wilton, Conn. 

War Relief Worker in France, 1916-19; Chauffeuse for French Wounded Emergency 
Fund, 1917-18. 

Hardy, Cora, 1899, 130 West 57th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Edwin Seton Jarrett. Two sons, one daughter. 

Harlan, Anna Elizabeth, 1909,. . .357 Chestnut Street, Coatesville, Pa. 

Y. M. C. A. Worker in France, 1918-19. 

Harlan, Mary Monroe, 1915, Bel Air, Md. 

Teacher in the High School, Bel Air, Md., 1916-18. 

Harley, Katharine Venai, 1908, Devon, Pa. 

Statistical Clerk, Bell Telephone Co., 1918-19. 

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. Three sons, one daughter. 

Harris, Elizabeth, 1890, See page 10. 

Harris, Frances Brodhead, 1893, 

165 School Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Reynolds Driver Brown. Two sons (one t 1899), one daughter. 

Harris, Helen Marie, 1917, See page 10. 

Harris, Lucy Weygandt, 1917, 

105 West Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Secretary, Third Civil Service District, 1918-19. 

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, 1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1897-1919. 

Hart, Ruth Eloise, 1918, 229 St. John's Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Statistical Clerk, U. S. Food Administration Grain Corporation, New York City, 1918-19. 

Hartman, Gertrude, 1905, 244 Waverley Place, New York City. 

Research Worker, Bureau of Educational Experiments, New York City, 1918-19. 

Hartshorne, Anna, 1912, Westtown, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Carroll Thornton Brown. One daughter, one son. 

Haskell, Margaret Kingsland, 1916, 

147 Dempster Street, Evanston, 111. 

American Red Cross Civilian Relief Work, 1918-19. 

Hatton, Florence Gage, 1915, 738 Bryden Road, Columbus, O. 

Teacher of English in Columbus School for Girls, Columbus. O., 1918-19. 
Married, 1916, Major Edwin Coit Kelton, U. S. A. Corps of Engineers. 

Haughwout, Helen Preston, 1906, 

91 Spooner Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Mr. William Edward Putnam, Jr. Three sons (one t 1912, one t 1914). 

Haupt, Istar Alida, 1917, See page 10. 

Havemeyer, Ad aline, 1905, 1 East 66th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. 






Bachelors of Arts 41 

Hawkins, Alice Martin, 1907, 

518 Manheim Street, German town, Philadelphia. 

Warden of Merion Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 

Haydock, Louisa Low, 1913, 242 Canton Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

Y. M. C. A. Worker and Nurse's Aide in France, 1917-19. 
Married, 1918, Lieutenant William H. Y. Hackelt, U. S. Air Service. 

Hatnes, Mabel Stevens, 1898, 

Care of Anglo-Austrian Bank, I Strauchgasse 1, Vienna, Austria. 

Married, 1907, Major Konrad Heissig (f 1912). One son, one daughter. Married, 1913, 
Lieutenant Rudolf Leick. Two daughters. 

Head, Harriet Frazier, 1891, 

Friends Arch Street Centre, 304 Arch Street, Philadelphia. 

Healy, Josephine, 1900, 61 North Franklin Street, Pottstown, Pa. 

Volunteer Worker in Public Library, 1914-17. 

Hearne, Alice, 1913, 6 Spring Street, Taunton, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Julius Rockwell. 

Hearne, Antoinette Claypoole, 1909, 

1512 Hawthorne Street, Columbus, O. 

Married, 1916, Mr. John Xerxes Farrar. One daughter, one son. 

Hearne, Frances Hale, 1910, Glendale, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Robert Bowen Brown. One daughter, two sons. 

Hecht, Blanche, 1907, 320 Central Park West, New York City. 

Secretary, National Conference of Jewish Charities, 1918-19. 

Hedges, Miriam Margaret, 1910, 

Care of Chartered Bank of India, Bombay, India. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Alexander Russel Smith. 

Heffern, Anna Constance, 1912, St. Thomas's Rectory, Whitemarsh, Pa. 

Married, 1913, The Rev. N'athanael Babcock Groton. One son. 

Helbtjrn, Theresa, 1908, 425 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Playwright, 1918-19. 

Hemenway, Elizabeth, 1917, 8 West 10th Street, New York City. 

Primary Teacher, Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1917-19 

Hemenway, Judith Martha Bassett, 1918, 

Care of the Rev. Myles Hemenway, 8 West 10th Street, New York 
City. 

Graduate Scholar, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Hemphill, Jeannette, 1904,. . . .117 Bentley Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Charles Bolte. One daughter, one son. 

Henderson, Helen Hamilton Leiper, 1911, 

Walnut Hill, Petersburg, Va. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Sydney Mark Green, Jr. One son. 

Henderson, Margaret Iselin, 1917, 

Care of Edward C. Henderson, Esq., 58 East 54th Street, New York 
City. 

Relief Worker in France, 1917-19. 

Hendrickson, Amanda, w03, . . . .66 Avenue Victor Hugo, Paris, France. 

Married, 1911, Marchese Cesare G. Molinari d'Incisa. 

Henry, Elisabeth Prentiss, 1905, . . 150 East 35th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Mansfield Redfield. 

Henry, Jessie Kellogg, 1903, Died, 1917. 

Heritage, Gertrude Langden, 1896, See page 10. 

Herr, Etta, 1898, 

45 Brook Street, Wellesley, Mass. Permanent: 108 East King Street, 
Lancaster, Pa. 



42 Bachelors of Arts 

Herr, Mary Emma, 1909, Ill East 56th Street, New York City. 

Librarian and Teacher of English, Brearley School, New York City, 1917-19. 

Herrick, Clara Martha, 1905, . . 981 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Statistical Clerk in Children's Bureau, 1918-19. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Arthur Havemeyer. Two daughters. 

Hewitt, Jessie Germain, 1906, Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn. 

Teacher of English in Rosemary Hall, 1917-19. 

Heydemann, Clara Wallace, 1916,.. .21 Tilton Street, St. Paul, Minn. 

Teacher of Latin in St. Nicholas School, Seattle, 1917-19. 

Heyl, Friedrika Margretha, 1899, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Secretary to Adviser of Women, Cornell University, 1918-19. 

Hibben, Elizabeth Grier, 1910, ... 19 Cleveland Place, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 1915, Professor Robert Maxwell Scoon. One son. 

Hickman, Marian Margaret, 1903, 11 rue Scribe, Paris, France. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Francesco Quattrone. 

Hickman, Mary Lee, 1916, Glenview, Ky. 

Higginson, Mary Hamot, 1911, Died, 1913. 

Hill, Abby Gertrude, 1907, 198 Park Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Hill, Eleanor Houston, 1916, . .417 West 117th Street, New York City. 

Administrative Assistant, Ordnance Department, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Professor Rhys Carpenter. 

Hill, Mary Dayton, 1896, 

Adelaide Avenue, Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Gerard Swope. Four sons, one daughter. 

Hill, Virginia Greer, 1907, 3417 Race Street, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1910-18. 

Mairied, 1914, Mr. Julian Alexander. One son. 

Hilles, Margaret Hill, 1893, 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. 

. Hinde, Sarah Fenton, 1917, 

Care of Thomas W. Hinde, Esq., 1524 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Hinrichs, Gertrude Mary, 1913,. .78 Douglas Road, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Samuel Gray King. 

Hitchcock, Florence, 1916, 4937 Chester Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Hobart, Margaret Jepferys, 1911, 

Sommariva, Easthampton, Long Island, N. Y. 

Associate Editor, The Churchman, New York City, 1917-19. 

Hobbs, Harriet, 1918, 8 North 14th Street, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 

Demonstrator in Chemistry and Manager of Dalton Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Hobson, Martha Barbour, 1914, 1 Chalmers Place, Chicago, 111. 

Hodge, Helen Henry, 1900, See page 11. 

Hodge, Mary Robinson, 1917, 

420 West Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Secretary to Germantown Branch Emergency Aid, 1918-19. 

Hodges, Louise Ffrost, 1918, 

Care of Mrs. Pope Yeatman, 1118 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Hoff, Margaret, 1917, 2226 Loring Place, Bronx, New York. 

Married, 1917, Dr. Erich W. Zimmerman. One daughter. 



Bachelors of Arts 43 

Hoffman, Margery Elizabeth, 1911,.. 705 Davis Street, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 19 IS, Lieutenant Ferdinand Conrad Smith, Machine Gun Corps, V . S. A. 

Holcombe, Eugenia, 1917, 2127 Bancroft Place, Washington, D. C. 

Reporter for Washington Herald, i91S-19. 

Holden, Charlotte, 1903, 

3914 McKinley Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1908, Professor George Samuel Jamieson. One daughter. 

Holliday, Elizabeth Cruft, 1916, 

1121 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Benjamin Dickson Hitz, Sanitary Corps A. E. F. 

Holliday, Evelyn Macfarlane, 1904, 1622 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Wallace Patterson. One daughter, one son. 

Holliday, Katharine Aurelia, 1918, 

1121 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Joseph Johnston Daniels, F. A. U. S. A. 

Holliday, Lucia Shaw, 1901,. . .3823 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Manied, 1906, Mr. Norma.n Macbeth. Three sons. 

Holliday, Mary Early, 1909, 

1121 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Y. M. C. A. Canteen Worker in France, 1917-19. 

Hollingsworth, Louise Walker, 1915,. .1085 Prince Avenue, Athens, Ga. 

Hollis, Janette Ralston, 1918, ..11 Boynton Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Holmes, Helen Buchanan, 1916, 

3006 Vernon Place, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O 

Volunteer Patriotic Worker, 1917-19. 

Holmes, Maud Wislizenus, 1915,.. 5446 Vernon Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Hood, Alice Watkins, 1898, 

434 West 120th Street, New York City, or 1231 North Calvert Street, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Hooper, Ethel Eugenie, 1899, State Road, East, Wayland, Mass. 

Married, 1911, Dr. Martin Russ Edwards. Three daughters. 

Hopkins, Elizabeth Frances, 1893, Thomasville, Ga. 

Hopkins, Helen Rolfe, 1894, 10 Hillside, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Hunt Reynolds Mayo Thorn. Three daughters. 

Hopkins, Mary Delia, 1896, See page 11. 

Hopkinson, Ruth Warren, 1915, . . . 14720 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, O. 

Service Clerk, The Joseph and Feiss Company, Cleveland, O., 1917-19. 
HORNBERGER, AGNES WARREN, 1915, 

5413 Stanton Avenue, E. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married 1918, Lieutenant Wi'liam Clinton Bowen, U.S. A. Engineers. 

Horner, Brita Larsena, 1907, . 102A Morgan Street, Weehawken, N. J. 

Teacher of Latin and Spanish in the High School, Weehawken, N. J., 1913-19. 

Hoshino, Ai, 1912, 16 Goban Cho, Kojimachi, Tokyo, Japan. 

Houghteling, Leila, 1911, Winnetka, 111. 

Probation Officer, Juvenile Court, Cook Co., 1918-19. 

Houghton, Edith, 1900, Upland, Roland Park, Md. 

Suffrage Worker and Editor of Maryland Suffrage News, 1910-18. 
Married, 1905, Dr. Donald Russell Hooker. Two sons, two daughters. 

Houghton, Elizabeth, 1918, 

Care of Clement S. Houghton, Esq., 152 Suffolk Road, Chestnut Hill, 

Mass. 

Houghton, Katharine Martha, 1900, See page 11. 



44 Bachelors of Arts 

Houghton, Marion, 1906, 520 Seminole Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Suffrage Worker 1918-19. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Stevens Thomson Mason. One son, two daughters. 

Houston, Julia Taylor, 1912, 801 W. Barraque Street, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Woman's Protective Officer, Richmond, Va„ 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Lieutenant Milton Howell Railey, U. S. A. 

Howard, Jeannie Colston, 1901, 

517 West Frederick Street, Staunton, Va. 

Howard, Julia McHenry, 1909,. . .901 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Howell, Charlotte Teresa, 1918, 

Care of Dr. William H. Howell, 232 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, 
Md. 

Games Mistress and Teacher of Science, Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1918-19. 

Howell, Helen Armstrong, 1904, 

115 East 64th Street, New York City, or 1925 I Street, Washington, 
D. C. 

Volunteer Worker for American Red Cross, 1918-19. 

Married, 1907, Dr. John Joseph Moorhead, Lieutenant-Colonel M. R. C, U. S. A. 

Howell, Janet Tucker, 1910, . .232 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Instructor in Physiological Hygiene, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns Hopkins 

University, 1918-19. 
Married, 1917, Dr. Adrnont Halsey Clark (t 1918). One daughter. 

Howell, Kathrine Leonard, 1906, 3307 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the Girls' High School West Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

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. 

Assistant, Compensation Department, Atlantic Refining Co,, 1918-19. 

Howson, Emily Elizabeth, 1910, See page 11. 

Hoyt, Florence Stevens, 1898, 609 Lennox Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of English in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1903-18. 

Hoyt, Helen Strong, 1897, See page 11. 

Hoyt, Mary Eloise, 1893, '.Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of English and Head of Department in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, 1895- 
1919. 

Hubbard, Frances Johnson, 1905, R. F. D. 107A, Norwalk, Conn. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Robert Joseph Flaherty. Two daughters. 

Hubbard, Ruth, 1915, 11 Gates Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Postal Censorship, New York City, 1918-19. 

Hubbard, Sibyl Emma, 1899, Radnor, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Herbert Seymour Darlington. One son, one daughter. 

Hudson, Margaret Elizabeth, 1909, 4412 Sansom Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of French in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1915-19. 

Huff, Henrietta Norris, 1918, 

Care of Roscoe Huff, Esq., 915 Campbell Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

Cost Accountant, Lycoming Foundry and Machine Co., Williamsport, 1918-19. 

Hughes, Mary Dorothy, 1914, 1827 I Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Assistant on the Committee on Classification of Personnel in the Army, 1917-19. 

Hulburd, Ethel, 1903, 1425 North State Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Hugh McBirney Johnston. Two sons, two daughters. 

Hull, Katharine Dent, 1903, 916 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Red Cross Worker, 1918-19. 

Humphrey, Alice Robbins, 1915, . 420 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

8tudent of Painting, Art Students' League, New York City, 1917-18. 



Bachelors of Arts 45 

Hunt, Evelyn, 1898, .... Care of Thomas Cook and Son, Florence, Italy. 

Working for the Red Cross, 1914-17. 

Hunt, Frances Elizabeth, 1893, 1015 Gibson Street, Scranton, Pa. 

Huntington, Katharine, 1914, .... 12 Stockton Street, Princeton, N. J. 

Confidential Junior Examiner, War Trade Board, 1918-19. 

Huse, Eleanor Baker, 1916, 95 Blackstone Street, Boston, Mass. 

Hutchin, Elizabeth Ferguson, 1901, 414 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Instructor in Psychology in the Girls' Normal School, Philadelphia, 1903-19. 

Hutchins, Grace, 1907, 166 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Teacher of New Testament in St. Faith's Training School for Church Workers, 1917-19. 

Hutchinson, Mabel, 1889, 523 South Painter Avenue, Whittier, Cal. 

Professor of German, Whittier College, 1910-19. 
Married, 1891, Mr. J. Henry Douglas, Jr. Two sons. 

Hyman, Louise, 927 Redway Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Julian A. Pollak. One daughter, one son. 

Iddings, Florence Elizabeth, 1917, 

Care of Mrs. C. F. Iddings, 519 West 5th Street, North Platte, Neb. 

Married, 1918, Mr. David L. Ryan, U. S. A. 

Ingham, Mary Hall, 1903, . .620 South Washington Square, Philadelphia. 

Manager of Women's Department in Philadelphia House of Wm. P. Bonbright and Co., 
Inc., Investment Bankers, 1915-19. 

Irey, Helen Chrisman, 1910, 608 South High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin in the Dearborn-Morgan School, Orange, N. J., 1917-18. 

Irish, Florence Catherine, 1914, See page 11. 

Irvin, Helen Walkley, 1915, 1702 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of English and Science in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1915-19. 

Irvine, Mary Agnes, 1910, 216 Elysian Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Y. M. C. A. Canteen Worker in France, 1918-19. 

Irwin, Agnes Miller, 1910, 830 South 48th Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Secretary, 1916-19. 

Irwin, Marian, 1914, 23 Mather Court, Cambridge, Mass. 

Graduate Student in Physiology, Radcliffe College, 1915-19. 

Irwin, Martha Elizabeth, 1900, 40 Princeton Avenue, Princeton, N. J. 

Israel, James Marion, 1918, 

Care of Mrs. Mary Hussey Israel, Box 195. Bryn Mawr, Pa., or 
4937 Queen Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Ivory, Elizabeth Schofield, 1915, . .51 West 10th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1909, Mr. P. Van Eman Ivory. 

Jackson, Anne Warren, 1908, Gwynedd, Pa. 

Married, 1914, The Rev. Banjamin Newcomer Bird. Two sons. 

Jackson, Eugenia Louise, 1914, 

56 Fayerweather Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Arthur Coleman Comey. One daughter. 

Jackson, Helen Hale, 1905, . .3503 Fourteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1906, Major Frederic L Paxson. Three daughters. 

Jackson, Lavinia Van Voorhis, 1916, .... 14 Hill Street, Newark, N. J. 

Married, 1907, Dr. George Green Jackson. 

Jacobs, Mildred Clark, 1916, See page 11. 

Jacobs, Sarah, 1909, 217 South Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and Algebra in the Seiler School, Harrisburg, 1909-19. 

James, Catherine Alma, 1900, .319 North 6th Street, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Teacher of French in the Wiley High School, Terre Haute, 1915-19. 



46 Bachelors of Arts 

James, Eleanor, 1902, St. Paul's Rectory, Englewood, N. J. 

Statistical Clerk, Emergency Fleet Corporation, 1918-19. 

James, Lillie, 1910, Care of The Misses Hebb, Wilmington, Del. 

Teacher of English in the Misses Hebb's School, Wilmington, 1917-19. 

James, Mary Denver, 1895, Died, 1910. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Arthur Sullivant Hoffman. One son. 

James, Mary Latimer. 1904, 

American Church Mission, Wuchang, Hupei Province, China. 

Missionary Physician and in charge of Women's Department of the Church General 
Hospital in Wuchang, 1914-18; on leave and Student of Medicine, University of Penn- 
sylvania, 1917-18. 

James, Rosalie Telfair, 1903, 

Bryn Mawr Club, 137 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Bryn Mawr Service Corps Worker in France, 1918-19. 

Jameson, Jeanetta Chalmers, 1917, 

139 Montague Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Janney, Marianna, 1895, 9 Elliott Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of English in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, 1910-12, and Head of Department, 
1912-19. 

Jaynes, Alice Dickson, 1905,. . . .34 Edgehill Road, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Leonard Sanford Tyler. One daughter, one son 

Jefferies, Marjorie Sharps, 1918, 

Care of John Howard Jefferies, Esq., Ill Narberth Avenue, Narberth, 
Pa. 

Jeffers, Evetta Topper, 1900,. . .37 East Main Street, Mount Joy, Pa. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Clarence Schock. ■ 

Jeffers, Mary, 1895, See page 11. 

Jelliffe, Sylvia Canfield, 1917, See page 11. 

Jenkins, Martha Babcock, 1902, 

209 Livingston Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Principal in Mrs. Blake's School, New Haven, 1917-18. 

Married, 1904, Professor Harry Ward Foote., Two sons, one daughter. 

Jewett, Mary Warren, 1896, Moravia, N. Y. 

Joachim, Rebecca Elizabeth, 1917, 

Care of Mrs. C. F. Sharp, 2209 South Croskey Street, Philadelphia. 

Johnson, Ada Frances, 1917, 

314 Tenth Avenue, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Teaching Fellow, University of Minnesota, 1918-19. 

Johnson, Esther, 1917, 

Care of William H. Johnson, Esq., 668 Union Street, Philadelphia. 

Johnson, Miriam Leigh, 1905, See page 11. 

Johnston, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1912, See page 11. 

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 Algebra, French, and Spanish in the Technical High School, Scranton, 1917-19. 

Jones, Eleanor Hooper, 1901, 455 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Jones, Elsie Parry, 1906, 1445 Webster Street, New Orleans, La. 

Jones, Gladys, 1913, Hazleton. Pa. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Alvan Markle, Jr. One son. 






Bachelors of Arts 47 

Jones, Grace Latimer, 1900, See page 11. 

Jones, Gwladys Webster, 1915, 83 Embury Avenue, Ocean Grove, N. J. 

Teacher in the Public School, West Belmar, N. J., 1916-17. 

Jones, Helen Elizabeth, 1906, . . 138 South Main Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin, and Algebra in the Central High School, Scranton, 1908-19; Volunteer 
Social and Suffrage Worker, 1911-19. 

Jones, Helen Pickering, 1918 

Care of William J. Jones, Esq., 103 South Narberth Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Actuarial Work in Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., 1918-19. 

Jones, Josephine Margharetta, 1905, 

69 West Sharpnack Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Clerk in Bond House, 1914-17. 

Jones, Margaret Sparhawk, 1908, 

16 West Hamilton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Bayard Turribull. One daughter. 

Jones, Ruth Lovering, 1905, 236 Brighton Road, Columbus, O. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Clarence Dean Huddleson. Two daughters, two sons. 

Jopling, Catharine Haller, 1917, 1929 East 90th Street, Cleveland, O. 

Head of Science Department, Laurel School, Cleveland, 1918-19. 

Jurist, Helen Stieglitz, 1909, See page 11. 

Justice, Caroline Letchworth, 1911, 

616 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth Pa. 

Tutor, 1917-18; Teacher in the "Open Air School," Wayne, Pa., 1914-19. 

Justice, Mildred Lewis, 1915, See page 11. 

Katzenstein, Josephine, 1906, 

The Stonehurst, 45th Street and Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and Etymology in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1913-19; 
Volunteer Social and Suffrage Worker, 1914-18. 

Kawai, Michi, 1904, 

Y. W. C. A., 14 Kita-Jinbo-Cho, Kanda, Tokyo, Japan. 

National Secretary of the Y. W. C. A., of Japan, 1912-18. 

Keat, Frances Anne, 1899, 47 Irving Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Cataloguer, Law Library, Harvard Law School, 1917-18. 
Married, 1907, Mr. Thomas P. Ballard. Two sons. 

Keen, Dora, 1896, Beulah Farm, West Hartford, Vt. 

Farming, 1917-19. 

Married, 1916, Mr. George William Handy. 

Keiller, Mabel Mathewson, 1908, See page 11. 

Keiller, Violet Hannah 1910, . . . 1409 Market Street, Galveston, Tex. 

Instructor in Surgical Pathology and Private Practitioner, 1915-17. 

Kellen, Constance, 1916, 

390 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass., or Cohasset, Mass. 

Surgical Dressing Work for Red Cross, Paiis, 1917-18. 

Keller, Marie Ottilie, 1915, 6 Chestnut Terrace, Easton, Pa. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Herman Heyl. One daughter. 

Kelley, Annette Maria, 1906, 329 Galena Boulevard, Aurora, 111. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Frank Swan Howard. Two sons. 

Kelley, Katharine Mildred, 1910, . . 1816 Wilton Road, Cleveland, 0. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Reed Taylor. One daughter, one son. 

Kelley, Olive Minard, 1909, 12 Radnor Way, Radnor, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. George Craig Craig. One daughter, one son. 

Kellogg, Fredrika Mason, 1916, 

144 Buckingham Street, Waterbury, Conn. 

Member of Red Cross Surgical Dressing Unit in France, 1917-19. 



48 Bachelors of Arts 

Kellum, Margaret Dutton, 1892, 163 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kelly, Esther Warner, 1916, 1406 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1916-19. 

Married, 1918, Ensign Henry Goldthwaite Seibels, Naval Aviation. 

Kelly, Olga Elisabeth Bredow, 1914, 1406 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. 
Kempton, Helen Payson, 1905, .... 10 Gramercy Park, New York City. 

Associate Secretary, American Association for Organizing Charity, 1918-19. 

Kendig, Hildegarde King, 1918, 

Care of Paul B. Kendig, Esq., Waterloo, N. Y. 

Plant Department, Bell Telephone Co., Philadelphia, 191S-19. 

Kennedy, Laura Elizabeth, 1913, Rupert, Vt. 

Head of French and Spanish Departments, Lockport High School, Lockport, N. Y., 1917-19. 

Kenyon, Adrienne, 1915, See page 11. 

Kerr, Jeanne Benedict, 1910,. . .49 East 52nd Street, New York City. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Udo M. Fleischmann. 

Kerr, Katharine, 1907, 40 West 11th Street, New York City. 

Army Nurse in France, 1918-19. 

Kidder, Anne Maynard, 1903,. .411 West 114th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1904, Professor Edmund Beecher Wilson. One daughter. 

Kieffer, Josephine Berry, 1902, . . 249 Charlotte Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Charles Steinman Foltz. One son, one daughter (f 1907). 

Kilpatrick, Mary Grace, 1900, . . . 1027 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Vice-Chairman, Food Production Committee, Women's Section, Council of National 
Defense of Maryland, 1917-19. 

King, Anna, 1908, .3 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Executive Secretary, Home Service Section, Boston Metropolitan Chapter, American 
Red Cross, 1917-19. 

King, Georgiana Goddard, 1896, See page 11. 

King, Gladys, 1905, 

46 Stuyvesant Place, New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Kinsey, Jane, 1917, Care of Mrs. Zora A. Kinsey, Germantown, O. 

Kinsley, Mary Anderson, 1908, 1198 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Major William Henry Best. One daughter, one son. 

Kirk, Abby, 1892, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Reader in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1906-19; 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 Mawr, 1907-19. 

Kirk, Edith Btjckner, 1916, 

207 Longwood Road, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Kirk, Helen Reed, 1914, 501 South 48th Street, Philadelphia. 

Assistant to the Director of Athletics and Gymnastics, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 

Kirk, Marion Shelmire, 1910, .... 501 South 48th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin, Greek and German in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1915-18. 

Kirk, Mary Brosius, 1897, George School, Pa. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in the George School, George School, Pa., 1902-19. 

Kirkbride, Elizabeth Butler, 1896, . . 1406 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Alumna Member of the Board of Directors of Bryn Mawr College, 1906-19; Member of 
Board of Directors of Society for Organizing Charity, 1907-19; President, College Club 
of Philadelphia, 1909-19. 

Klauder, Jeannette Cascaden, 1907, Bala, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Captain Thomas Charles Spencer, U. S. A. One daughter. 

Klein, Gertrude, 1904, 1512 Oxford Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the South Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1918-19. 



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Klein, Larie Mae, 1916, 14 East 60th Street, New York City. 

Kleps, Marian Clementine, 1916,. .129 Grandview Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Assistant to the Secretary and Registrar, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Kneeland, Virginia, 1918, 117 East 60th Street, New York City. 

Student, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1918-19. 

Knight, Emma Taft, 1905, 42 Bowdoin Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Director of Americanization Classes for Women's Municipal League of Boston, 1918-19, 

Knowles, Leslie Appleton, 1900, Dedham, Mass. 

War Relief Worker, 1917-19. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Arthur Blake. Two daughters, one son. 

Kroeber, Johanna, 1900, 320 Central Park West, New York City. 

Married, 1908, Dr. HermarifO. Mosenthal. Two daughters, two sons. 

Labold, Leona, 1909, 633 Fourth Street, Portsmouth, O. 

Ladd, Mary Ethel, 1910, 216 Farragut Terrace, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1912-19; M.A., Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1918. 

Lamb, Louise Emerson, 1912, 232 Laurens Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of French and English in the Roland Park Countrv School, Roland Park, Md., 
1912-19. 

Lamberton, Helen, 1907, See page 11. 

Lamberton, Mary, 1904, 4403 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the Friends School, Wilmington, Del., 1918-19. 

Landers, Julia Ethel, 1894, 

804 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Landsberg, Clara, 1897, Hull House, Chicago, 111. 

Resident of Hull House, 1899-1919. 

Langdon, • Ida, 1903, Elmira, N. Y. 

Lange, Linda Bartels, 1903,. . . .804 North Broadway, Baltimore, Md. 

Instructor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University and Hospital, 1918-19. 

La Porte, Martha Diven, 1895,. . . .1201 Lincoln Avenue, Tyrone, Pa. 

Principal of Miss La Porte's School, Tyrone, 1909-16. 

Larrabee, Emily Dorr, 1903, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Principal of the Pelham Manor Day School, 1917-19. 

Laser, Lillian J., 1909, . .6430 North 13th Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1916-19. 
Married, 1914, Mr. Berthold Strauss. 

Latimer, Caroline Wormeley, 1896, See page 11. 

Lattimore, Eleanor Larrabee, 1900, 

403 West 115th Street, New York City. 

Laughlin, Agatha, 1903, 

German town Hospital, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Anaesthetist and Supervisor of Dispensaries, 1917-19. 

Lauterbach, Alice, 1906,. . . . 137 Norwood Avenue, Newtonville, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Roger Flint. 

Lautz, Helen Sophia, 1912, Pekin, 111. 

Lautz, Ruth Ellen, 1916, College Inn, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Assistant Business Manager, Bryn Mawr College, 1919. 

Law, Sally Porter, 1903, — 115 West Franklin Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Alexius McGlannan. 

Lawrence, Caroline, 1889, 3909 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 

Lawrence, Edith, 1897, 140 East 38th Street, New York City. 



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Laws, Bertha Margaret, 1901, 1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Secretary and Teacher of Latin in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1903-15, and 
Secretary-Treasurer, 1915-17; on leave of absence, Secretary of Bureau of Tuberculosis, 
American Red Cross, Rome, 1918-19. 

Lawther, Anna Bell, 1897, 239 Seventeenth Street, Dubuque, la. 

Chairman for Third Congressional District of Iowa for the Woman's Committee, Council 
of National Defence, 1917-19; President of Iowa Equal Suffrage Association, 1916-19. 

Lawton, Grace Evelyn, 1898, . .30 Mount Vernon Street, Newport, R. I. 

Tutor in Miss Wheeler's School, Providence, R. I., 1918-19. 

Layton, Marguerite Hammond, 1911, 1112 Jackson Avenue, Monroe, La. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Robert Lennox Morris, Jr. One daughter, one son. 

Lee, Anna Caroline, 1916, 

6615 North 11th Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the Frankford High School, Philadelphia, 1917-19. 

Lee, Elva, 1893, See page 11. 

Lee, Helen, 1914, 27 Broad Street, New London, Conn. 

Head of Department of History, Knox School for Girls, Tarrytown, N. Y., 1916-19. 

Lee, Mary Madison, 1901, Orange, Va. 

Lee, Mary Sarah, 1906, 879 Wynnewood Road, West Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and French in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1916-19. 

Lee, Sylvia Knowlton, 1901,. . . .25 Chauncy Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Teacher of Latin in the Winsor School, Boston, 1909-19. 

Le Fevre, Eva Frederica, 1905, 1174 Race Street, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Harry Elbert Bellamy. One daughter. 

Leffingwell, Aimee Gilbert, 1897, 708 West Nevada Street, Urbana, 111. 

Married, 1908, Professor Kenneth McKenzie. 

Leftwich, Florence, See page 6. 

Leopold, Florence Stein, 1912,. .,.. Shoemaker Road, Elkins Park, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Lester Wolf. Two sons. 

Lepper, Minerva Augusta, 1906, Died, 1916. 

Married, 1912, Professor Garton Spence Greene. 

Leupp, Constance Davis, 1903,. .Somerset, Chevy Chase Station, D. C. 

Writer, 1911-18; Volunteer Social Worker, 1912-18. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Laurence Todd. Two sons. 

Levering, Ethel, 1899, 704 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1909, Mr. James Marvin Motley. 

Levering, Mary Armstrong, 1897, 118 Prospect Street, East Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1905, The Rev. Joseph Haswell Robinson. Two daughters. 

Levinson, Dora Clara, 1915, 3141 Euclid Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Levy, Edna Sophie, 1913, 5745 Beacon Street. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Joseph H. Barach. One son. 

Levy, Ruth Juliette, 1917, 5745 Beacon Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Lewis, Constance, 1903, Died, 1916. 

Lewis, Elizabeth Dabney Langhorne, 1901, . .R. F. D. 4, Lynchburg, Va. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Dexter Otey. One daughter. 

Lewis, Lucy, 1893, 1535 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Lewis, Margaret Charlton, 1908, West Wrentham, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Captain Lincoln MaeYeagh. 

Lewis, Mayone, 1908, Blithefield Farm, Norwalk, Conn. 

Farming, 1914-19. 



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Lewis, Rebecca Renshaw, 1912, 

416 West 122nd Street, New York City. 

Graduate Student in French, Spanish and Latin, Columbia University, 1918-19. 

Lexow, Caroline Florence, 1908, 

722 St. Mark's Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Liddell, Katharine Forbes, 1910, ..45 Brook Street, Wellesley, Mass. 

Instructor in English Composition, Wellesley College, 1915-19. 

Linburg, Emma Hillman, 1896,. . .225 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Horace Bailey Tobin. One daughter. 

List, Minnie Kendrick, 1908, 739 Beatty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Substitute in Latin, Schenley High School. Pittsburgh, 1918-19. 
Married, 1910, Mr. Frederick Bernard Chalfant. Two daughters. 

Litchfield, Virginia de Steigner, 1917, 

Care of E. S. Litchfield, Esq., 86 Powell Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Reconstruction Aide in France, 1918-19. 

Little, Eleanor Lovell, 1905, 34 Fairfield Street, Boston, Mass. 

War Relief Worker, 1918-19. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Talbot Aldrich. One son. 

Livingston, Frances Elizabeth, 1914, 

66 Jamaica Avenue, Flushing, N. Y. 

Assistant to Executive Secretary, American Ambulance Hospital in Paris, 1915-17. 

Llewellyn, Gertrude, 1912, 1246 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Assistant in Pathological Laboratory in the Evanston Hospital, 1916-18. 

Lobdell, Mart Arleville, 1915,. .3333 North 18th Street, Philadelphia. 

Locke, Grace Perley, 1898, See page 11. 

Loder, Eleanor, 1905,. . .5530 Morris Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Instructor in Latin in the Stevens School, Germantown, 1916-19. 

Loeb, Irene, 1918, 5154 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Mo. 

Volunteer Secretary of State and City Relations, Federal Food Administration for St. 
Louis, 1918-19. 

Loeb, Mathilde Harriet, 1917, 3415 Race Street, Philadelphia. 

Social Worker, 1918-19. 

Married, 1918, Ensign H. Stanley Samter, U. S. N. 

Loines, Elma, 1905, 3 Pierrepont Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Treasurer of Brooklyn Auxiliary of Consumers' League, 1907-08, and 1908-19. 

Lombardi, Ltjcy, 1904, 3215 R Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1908, Captain Ahin 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, 

5318 Baynton Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William Stroud Wood. 

Longwell, Katherine Cavenagh, 1912, See page 11. 

Loose, Katharine Riegel, 1898, 120 North 5th Street, Reading, Pa. 

Lord, Elizabeth Evans, 1914, 24 North Street, Plymouth, Mass. 

Reconstruction Aide, U. S. Hospital 50, Plattsburg, N. Y., 19.1S-19. 

Lord, Katharine, 1901, Plymouth, Mass. 

Assistant Director of the Winsor School, Boston, Mass., 1914-19. 

Lorenz, Justina, 1907, 1527 West 1st Street, Dayton, O. 

Volunteer Social and Church Worker, 1915-19. 
Married, 1911, Professor John Balmer Showers. 

Loshe, Lillie Deming, 1899, 1 "West 81st Street, New York City. 



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LOUDERBACK, JESSIE LIVINGSTON, 1895, 

158 West 78th Street, New York City. 

Visiting Teacher, Board of Education, New York City, 1914-19. 

Loudon, Margaret Louise, 1916, 1330 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Assistant Advertising Manager, Blauner's, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Mr. John Davis Burton. 

Lounsbery, Grace Constant, 1898, 86 Rue de Lille, Paris, France. 

Lovell, Alice, 1903, 

Care of South American Development Company, P. O. Box 655, 
Guyaquil, Ecuador. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Lee Olds Kellogg. Two sons, two daughters. 

Lowengrund, Helen Moss, 1906, See page 11. 

Lowenthal, Esther, 1905, 10 West Street, Northampton, Mass. 

Associate Professor in Economics, Smith College, 1918-19. 

Lowrey, Maud Mary, 1900, 

American Express Co., rue Scribe, Paris, France. 

Relief Worker in France, 1917-19. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Robert Darrah Jenks (f 1917). 

Lubar, Anna Ethel, 1918, 608 North 55th Street, Philadelphia. 

Preceptress in the East Worcester High School, New York City, 1918-19. 

Lucas, Leonora, 1912, 2344 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Daniel A. Tomlinson. U. S. A. 

Lynch, Eugenie Margaret, 1918, Devon, Pa. 

Clerk in the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Lynde, Isabel Adair, 1905, 853 Prospect Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1908, Mr. John Francis Dammann, Jr. Two sons. 

Lyon, Elizabeth Treat, 1902, Washington Road, Lake Forest, 111. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Robert E. Belknap. Three sons (one t 1907), one daughter. 

Mabon, Rosa Vedder, 1913, 101 East 78th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1917, Dr. Thomas Kirby Davis. 

MacClanahan, Anna Elizabeth Caldwell, 1906, 

20 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1909, Dr. Wilfred Thomason Grenfell. Two sons, one daughter. 

MacCoy, Mary Helen, 1900,.. . .5800 Overbrook Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Worker, Neurological Institute, New York City, 1918-19. 

MacCracken, Fay Mary, 1894, . . 139 North Warren Street, Trenton, N. J. 

Married, 1899, The Rev. Frederick Emerson Stockwell. Five daughters (one t 1905). 

Macdonald, Dorothy, 1917, 

Care of Andrew Macdonald, Esq., 124 Coulter Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Macdonald, Frances, 1915, 124 Coulter Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Secretarial Work, Haverford College, 1916-19. 
Married, 1917, Mr. E. Clarke Stiles. 

MacElree, Helen, 1915, 609 South High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Teacher in the High School, Swarthmore, Pa., 1918-19. 

MacElree, Margaret, 1914, . . 609 South High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Teacher in the High School, West Chester, 1915-19. 

Macintosh, Marian T., 1890, Princeton, N. J. 

MacMaster, Amelia Kellogg, 1917, . .See page 12. 

Magoffin, Henrietta Floyd, 1911, 

Westminster Place 2, 800 Aiken Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Volunteer Church and Red Cross Worker, 1911-18. 



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Magruder, Rosalie Stuart, 1904, 23 State Circle, Annapolis, Md. 

Associate Principal and Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in Miss Chamberlayne's School, 
Boston, Mass., 1915-19. 

Maguire, Elizabeth Yarnall, 1913,. .3813 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1913-18. 

Mall, Margaret, 1918, 1514 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Malone, Gertrude Evelyn Marie, 1917, 

116 West 171st Street, New York City. 

Manchester, Ruth Coe, 1913, See page 12. 

Mann, Euphemia Mary, 1897, 300 Grayling Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin, Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1902-04, and of Greek and Latin, 
1904-19. 

Mappin, Lilian M., 1896, Died, 1914. 

Marble, Elizabeth Dana, 1902, 405 West Adams Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Marcus, Bertha, 1905, 1942 North 19th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the South Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1916-18. 

Marsh, Rose Guthrie, 1909, 244 Hilands Avenue, Ben Avon, Pa. 

Married, 1917, The Rev. Jacob Simpson Payton. 

Marshall, Louise Chapin, 1905, . .7 Newlands Street, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Teacher of Music, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Mr. Otto Tod Mallery. 

Martin, Amy Lawrence, 1915 26 East Division Street, Chicago, 111. 

Teacher of Economics and History, Riverhook, Nyack, N. Y., 1916-18. 

Martin, Emilie Norton, 1894, See page 6. 

Masland, Mary Elizabeth, 1901,. .11 East 51st Street, New York City. 

Principal in the Gardner School, New York City, 1911-19. 

Mason, Frances Eleanor, 1905, 

Care of Metropolitan Opera Co., New York City. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Arthur Manierre (f 1912); Married, 1914, Mr. Basil Ruysdael. 

Mason, Mary Taylor, 1892, 

School House Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Mason, Rosalind Fay, 1911, 150 East Superior Street, Chicago, 111. 

Matheson, Winifred, 1907, 1221 Robson Street, Vancouver, B. C. 

Matsuda, Michi, 1899, The Doshisha, Kyoto, Japan. 

Mattson, Ethel, 1909, 1009 Georgia Avenue, Omaha, Neb. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Prescott Heald. Two sons, one daughter. 

Mattson, Rebecca Taylor, 1896,. .235 Sisson Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Philip Jackson Darlington. Two sons, one daughter. 

Maynard, Margaret Ryerson, 1908, . . 84 South Broadway, Nyack, N. Y. 

Bookkeeper and General Accountant, MacArthur Concrete Pile and Foundation Co., 
1918-19. 

McAnulty, Anna, 1906, 710 Webster Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Walter Phelps Stevens. One daughter (f 1916). 

McBride, Jessie Chambers, 1900, 

Care of Commander J. H. Walsh, U. S. N., Navj' Department, 
Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1906, Mr. John Henry Walsh. 

McCauley, Katharine Lay, 1906, . . 176 Vine Avenue, Highland Park, 111. 
McCay, Mildred Buckner, 1916, 211 Longwood Road, Roland Park, Md. 



54 Bachelors of Arts 

McCollin, Katharine Williams, 1916, 

2213 St. James Place, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the Haverford Friends' School, Haverford, Pa., 1917-19, Volunteer Correspond- 
ing Secretary, Alumna? Association, Bryn Mawi College, 1918-19. 

McCook, Caroline Alexander, 1908, 

88 Onslow Gardens, London, England. 

Married, 1908, Mr. John Junius Morgan. 

McCoy, Anna Allison, 1905, Bellefonte, Pa. 

McEwen, Madge, 1905, 415 Belt Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1900, Lieutenant Walter L. Schmitz. Two sons. 

McFaden, Natalie Friend, 1917, . .807 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 

Married, 1917, Captain Wyndham Boiling Blanton, U. S. M. C. One son. 

McFarland, Helen Josephine, 1915, 

442 West Stafford Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Private Assistant to Professor of Zoology, Columbia University, 1918-19. 
Married, 1915, Lieutenant Dqnald Eliot Woodbridge, Aviation Section, Signal Corps. 

McGeorge, Beatrice, 1901, Cedar Hill, Cynwyd, Pa. 

Teacher of English and History in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1917-19. 

McKeefrey, Chloe Spearman, 1916, See page 12. 

McKeen, Elizabeth Farley, 1901,. .7 McKeen Street, Brunswick, Me. 

Gardening and Farming, 1911-18. 

McKeen, Helen Josephine, 1900, 40 Wall Street, New York City. 

McKenney, Virginia Spotswood, 1908, 

137 South Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Married, 1918, Captain Robert Watson Claiborne, U. S. Marine Corps. 

McLean, Charlotte Frelinghuysen, 1899, 

277 South 4th Street, Philadelphia. 

Professor of English and Head of Department, Lebanon Valley College, 1917-19; Pro- 
fessor of War Aims and Military English, 1918-19. 

McMantjs, Caroline Esther, 1902, Rosemary, Westtown, Pa. 

Married, 1903, Mr. John Rogers Dickey. One son, two daughters. 

McMillan, Gladys, 1917,. . . .1002 North Baylen Street, Pensacola, Fla. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Pensacola, 1918-19. 

McMullin, Mary Belle, 1893, .... 4805 Chester Avenue, Philadelphia. 
McMurtrie, Mary, 1889, 1104 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Boarding House Keeper, 1917-18. 

McWilliams, Ida Catharine, 1907, . 149 Sunbury Street, Shamoldn, Pa. 
Mead, Marion Lorraine, 1912, . . 2 Walworth Avenue, Hartsdale, N. Y. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Conrad Schivable. One daughter. 

Meade, Addis M anson, 1899, Boyce, Va. 

Private Tutor, 1917-18. 

Meigs, Alice McKinstry, 1905, St. Charles, 111. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Arthur Orr, U. S. Army. Two sons, two daughters. 

Meigs, Cornelia Lynde, 1908, 123 Morgan Street, Keokuk, la. 

Meigs, Grace Lynde, 1903, 5606 Blackstone Avenue, Chicago, III. 

Married, 1918, Dr. Thomas Reid Crowder. 

Mellen, Marguerite, 1914, Pondfield Road, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, Colonel Bradley Dewey. Two sons. 

Mendinhall, Mary Anna, 1896, Pine Crest, West Chester, Pa. 

Married, 1897, Mr. J. Herbert Mullin. Three sons (one t 1907). 

Menendez, Lucinda Poillon, 1913, 

2243 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Bertram Pierre Rambo, U. S. N. R, F. 



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Merle-Smith, Dorothy, 1908, Morristown, N. J. 

Married, 1911, Captain David Hunter McAlpin Pyle. Two sons. 

Merrill, Louise Edgerton, 1910, Oaksmere, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Merriman, Lucile, 1899, 15 West 91st Street, New York City. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Malcolm Farmer. One daughter. 

Middleton, Helen, 1895, 5400 Howe Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Professor Thomas Smith. 

Miles, Ruth Helene, 1902, .... 20 Dartmouth Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Charles R. Witherspoon. One daughter, three sons. 

Miller, Alice Chapman, 1914, . . Care of Credit Lyonnais, Paris, France. 

Secretary to Chief, Y. M. C. A., A, E, F., 1918-19. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant William Merrill Chester, Air Service, A. E. F, 

Miller, Dorothy Elizabeth, 1909, Utica, N. Y. 

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, Hainesport, N. J. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Thomas Joseph Walker. One daughter. 

Miller, Ramona Beatrice, 1913, . . . .5424 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Science in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1913-19. 

Milligan, Louise, 1908, . 1441 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1912, Colonel Charles Douglas Herron, U. S. F. A. One son, one daughter. 

Milne, Marjorie Josephine, 1917, See page 12. 

Miltenberger, Eugenia Blow, 1909, 30 Elizabeth Road, Ferguson, Mo. 
Minor, Caroline, 1909 312 North Prospect Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Richard Sterling Ely. One son. 

Minor, Marie Louise, 1894,. . . . 106 East 52nd Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Biology in the Wadleigh High School, New York City, 1897-1918. 

Minturn, Mildred, 1897, 

21 Edwardes Square, Kensington, London, W., England. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Arthur Hugh Scott. Two daughters, one son. 

Mitchell, Charlotte Barnard, 1899, Died, 1910. 

Mitchell, Charly Tiffany, 1898, 

Cleveland Lodge, Dorking, Surrey, England. 

Married, 1907, Mr. James Hopwood Jeans. One daughter. 

Mitchell, Elizabeth Yeager, 1905, 

1967 Holly Drive, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Non-resident Tutor for Hollywood School for Girls, 1918-19. 

Mitchell, Grace Downing, 1901,... . 1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Student, Peirce School, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Mitchell, Pearl Boring, 1912, 5030 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History and Community Civics in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 
1915-19; A.M., University of Pennsylvania, 1918. 

Mitchell, Renee, 1900, Mount Carmel, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Thomas M. Righter (f 19 IS). One son, three 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 (| 1914), two daughters. 

Montgomery, Amelia, 1905, See page 12. 



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Montgomery, Hazel Margaret, 1912, Address unknown. 

Mooers, Lilian Everett, 1903, 116 East Street, Lawrence, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Brainerd Edwards Smith. One daughter, one son. 

Moore, Dorothea May, 1915,. . .21 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Student, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1918-19. 

Moore, Elsie, 1911, 113 Ferry Street, Danville, Pa. 

Moore, Lydia, 1905, Died, 1911. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Henry Tatnall Bush. One son. 

Moore, Marianne Craig, 1909, ... 14 St. Luke's Place, New York City. 
Morgan, Marguerite Broades, 1910, 121 Ardmore Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Principal of the High School, Lansdale, Pa., 1918-19. 

Morgan, Mary Alden, 1912,. . .401 West 118th Street, New York City. 

Psychologist, United Hebrew Charities, 1918-19. 
Married, 1915, Dr. Walter Clark Haupt (f 1917). One son. 

Morice, Jane Rosalie, 1899, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Captain Thomas Edward Pooley. One daughter, one son. 

Morison, Margaret Baker, 1907, 

233 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Morris, Evelyn Flower, 1903, Dimock, Pa. 

Married, 1903, Mir. Francis Reeve Cope, Jr. One daughter. 

Morris, Frances Humphrey, 1902, .... Woodland Road, Sewickley, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. John Bruce Orr. One daughter, one son. 

Morris, Jacqueline Pascal, 1908, 

119 East Cliveden Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edward Wyatt Evans. Two sons, two daughters. 

Morris, Margaret, 1900, 53 Edgehill Road, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Elmer Ray Hoskins. 

Morris, Margaretta, 1908, 2106 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Samuel Bryan Scott. Three daughters. 

Morrow, Agnes Elizabeth, 1912. .315 East 17th Street, New York City. 

Y. M. C. A. Hut Worker in France, 1918-19. 

Morrow, Caroline Nelye Elise, 1905, 

Howe Lodge, Kinson, near Bournemouth Dorset, England. 

Married, 1909, Captain J. C. Chadwick-Collins. Two sons. 

Mort, Dorothy Brownlow, 1908,. . .55 Edmund Place, Detroit, Mich. 

Teacher of History in Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1917-19. 

Moser, Lillian Virginia, 1893, See page 12. 

Moses, Georgette Omega, 1916, 

228 Westchester Avenue, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Secretary, Atlantic Division, Civilian Relief, American Red Cross, 1918-19. 

MtiLLER, Anna, 1905, Died, 1911. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Sidney Wallace Prince. 

Muller, Lillie Elizabeth, 1903, 440 Hoboken Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 

Married, 1910, The Rev. Carl Eduard Poensgen.. 

Munn, Aristine Pixley, 1909, 18 West 58th Street, New York City. 

Dean of Women, New York University, 1917-19. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Charles Recht. One son. 

Munroe, Margaret Adelaide, 1913, 5732 Thomas Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Languages in the Friends' Central School, Philadelphia, 1913-18. 

Murphy, Edith Hamilton, 1910, 4211 Sansom Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the Friends' Central School, Philadelphia, 1912-19. 



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Murray, Agnes Laurence, 1911,.. 206 Main Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Director of Social Service, Marquette University School of Medicine, Milwaukee, Wis., 
1916-18. 

Murray, Marjorie Frances, 1913, 206 Main Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Student, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1918-19. 

Mygatt, Tracy Dickinson, 1909, . . 164 Waverly Place, New York City. 
Nathans, Beatrice Cornelia, 1914, 21 East 124th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Alexander Gray Churchward. 

Neall, Adelaide Walbaum, 1906, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

On Editorial Staff of Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, 1909-19. 

Nearing, Dorothy, 1910, Troy, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Henry Bowers Van Dyne. One son, one daughter. 

Nearing, Mary Frances, 1909, 24 Follen Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Student, Cambridge School of Architectural and Landscape Design, 1918-19. 

Neely, Cora Snowden, 1918, 

443 Hansberry Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Scholar in Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Neff, Brownie Elizabeth, 1907, 

66 West East Boulevard, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edward Wright Noble. Two sons, one daughter. 

Neilson, Grace Herbert, 1906, 

Care of Mr. W. C. Neilson, 1111 Harrison Building, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Charles John Constable LaCoste (t 1917). One son, one daughter. 

Neilson, Nellie, 1893, See page 7. 

Neville, Mary, 1894, 722 West Main Street, Lexington, Ky. 

Neville, Zelinda, 1895, 722 West Main Street, Lexington, Ky. 

Newlin, Alice Harrison, 1918, 

Care of Mrs. Richard M. Newlin, Whitford, Pa. 

Newman, Ruth, 1915, Bridge Hampton, Long Island, N. Y. 

Child Placing Agent for Superintendent of Poor, Suffolk County, 1918-19. 

Newton, Alberta Montgomery, 1905, 

90 Morningside Drive, New York City. 

Assistant Teacher of Latin in the Ethical Culture School, New York City, 1915-18. 

Nichols, Content Shepard, 1899, See page 12. 

Nichols, Elizabeth, 1893, 

1918 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Charles W. Moores. One daughter, one son. 

Nichols, Margaret Baxter, 1905, 

3824 Warwick Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Clarence Morgan Hardenbergh. Two daughters, one son. 

Nichols, Margaret Parsons, 1897, 

114 South Arlington Avenue, East Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1904, Mr. William Hemans Smith. Three daughters, two sons. 

Nichols, Susan Farley, 1915, 42 West 11th Street, New York City. 

Worker in French Hospital for French Red Cross, 191S-19. 

Nichols, Tirzah Lamson, 1896, 3221 Race Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Culture of the Speaking Voice and Librarian in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 
1906-19. 

Nields, Elizabeth, 1898, Slatersville, R. I. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Wilfred Bancroft. Two sons, one daughter. 

Niles, Josephine, 1914, Spring Grove, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Mr. William Smith McClellan. One daughter. 



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Norcross, Elizabeth, 1897, 

Inwood, Hewett Boulevard, Hillsdale, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Henry Minor Esterly. One son, one daughter. 

Norcross, Louise Jackson, 1900, . . 130 West Pomfret Street, Carlisle, Pa. 

Lecturer on Art, Wilson College, 1914-19. 
Married, 1911, M. Francois Lucas, 

Norcross, Mary Jackson, 1900, Carlisle, Pa. 

Norris, Bertha Cornelia, 1904, See page 12. 

Norris, Mary Rachel, 1906, See page 12. 

North, Dorothy, 1909, 

Hotel Brittanique, 20 Avenue Victoria, Paris, France. 

Reconstruction Work in France, American Friends' Service Committee, 1917-18. 

North, Helen Virginia, 1908, .... 928 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Robert John Hunter. Two daughters. 

North, Leila Verplanck, 1896, . . Bradford Academy, Bradford, Mass. 

Lecturer on Sociology, Bradford Academy, Bradford, Mass., 1915-19. 

Norton, Elsa, 1908, 126 Claremont Avenue, New York City. 

Norton, Mabel Harriet, 1902, 540 West California Street, Pasadena, Cal. 
Noyes, Emily Gifford, 1915, 189 Morris Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Instructor in English Composition, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 

Oberge, Ullericka Hendrietta, 1893, See page 12. 

O'Connor, Marian, 1918, 138 East 38th Street, New York City. 

Reporter for Evening Sun, 1918-19. 

Ogilvie, Ida Helen, 1900, 490 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Associate Professor of Geology, Columbia University, 1915-18; Fellow of Geological Society 
of America. 

Oliver, Rachel Louise, 1893, Box 125, Tryon,- N. C. 

Private Tutor and Librarian, Lanier Library, Tryon, 1918-19. 

Olsen, Sophie Yhlen, 1898, See page 12. 

O'Neil, Elizabeth Breading, 1903, See page 12. 

Oppenheimer, Ella, 1914, 800 E Street, Washington, D. C. 

M. D., Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1918; Physician, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 
Boston, Mass., 1918-19. 

Orlady, Edith, 1902, , . .Huntingdon, Pa. 

Secretary and Registrar of the College, Bryn Mawr College, 1912-19. 

Orrick, Christine, 1899, 19 Washington Terrace, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1902, Mr. William Chadwick Fordyce. Three sons, one daughter. 

O'Shea, Monica Barry, 1917, . . . 1859 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Editor, Woman's Editorial Department, Walker-Thompson Co. (advertising), 1918-19. 

Ostrom, Virginia, 1901, Wonder-Strand, Waquoit, Mass. 

O'Sullivan, Mary Isabelle, 1907, 4230 Otter Street, Philadelphia. 

Head Cataloguer, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Otheman, 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. 

Packard, Dorothy, 1916, 436 Barry Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Working for Junior League and Council of National Defense, 1917-18. 

Page, Katharine Alice, 1913, 8 Otis Place, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Captain Charles Greely Loring, Air Service, U. S. A. One daughter. 

Palmer, Emily Waterman, 1900, 3741 Locust Street, Philadelphia. 



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Palmer, Henrietta Raymer, 1893, . 153 Power Street, Providence, R. I. 
Palmer, Madeline, 1899, . . . .437 Humphrey Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1899, Professor Charles Montague Bakewell. Two sons, one daughter. 

Palmer, Sara Stokes, 1904, 

10 Oak Court, Lawrence Park, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Lieutenant Frederic Lockwood Baxter. One son, one daughter. 

Park, Marion Edwards, 1898, See page 7. 

Parker, Alpine Bodine, 1911,. . . .1923 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant George Bennett Filbert, U. S. A. One daughter. 

Parkhurst, Helen Huss, 1911, See page 7. 

Parris, Marion, 1901, See page 7. 

Parrish, Ethel, 1891,.. .52 Campden Hill Square, London, W., England. 

Working on Belgian Relief Committee, London, 1916-18. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Henry Martineau Fletcher. 

Passmore, Frances, 1908, Hotel Plaza, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Patterson, Alice Dudley, 1913, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Head of Latin Department in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1914-18. 

Patterson, Margaret M., 1890, 1075 Penn Avenue, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Richard Crawford Campbell. 

Patterson, Mary Grafton, 1888, Died, 1894. 

Paxson, Caroline Ely, 1890,. . . .208 North 3rd Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. John C. Stine. 

Pearson, Bertha, 1904, 23 Bolton Street, Portland, Me. 

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 in Lyman Hall High School, Wallingford, Conn., 1912-19. 

Peckham, Laura, 1899, 325 Washington Street, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Edward Hileman Waring. 

Peckham, Mary, 1897, Shady Steps, Westfield, N. J. 

Private Tutor, 1917-19. 

Married, 1901, Lieutenant Josiah T. Tubby, Jr., A. E. F. One daughter. 

Peirce, Mary, 1912, Haverford, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Service Worker, 1914-18. 

Pelton, Jessie Parthenia, 1901,. 2 Barclay Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Pennypacker, Anna Maria Whitaker, 1897, 

1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

School Nurse, Board of Education, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Pennypacker, Eliza Broomall, 1897, . . 1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Perkins, Agnes Frances, 1898, See page 12. 

Perkins, Dagmar, 1915, 945 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Perkins, Elizabeth Mary, 1900, See page 7. 

Perkins, Lucile, 1913, Dallas, Tex. 

Peters, Gabriella Brooke, 1907, 

154 Eleventh Street, Long Island City, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. John Adams Church, Jr. Two daughters, one son. 



60 Bachelors of Arts 

Peters, Isabel Mercein, 1904,. . .33 West 49th Street, New York City. 

Red Cross Canteen Worker in France, 1917-18. 

Pettit, Edith, 1895, See page 12. 

Pew, Ethel, 1906, Morris Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Pfaff, Ethel Curtis, 1904, 57 Ohio Street, Bangor, Me. 

Director of Art in the High School, Bangor, 1918-19. 

Pftjhl, Sophie Augusta, 1900,. . . .612 N. Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Phillips, Grace, 1901, 492 South Main Street, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Gardner Rogers. Three sons, one daughter. 

Pinney, Elizabeth, 1912, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Andrew Dickson Hunt. One son. 

Pinney, Grace, 1892, 120 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Married, 1895, Mr. James M. Stewart. One son. 

Plaisted, Martha, 1908, 126 East 19th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of English in Miss Chapin's School, New York City, 1917-18. 
Married, 1912, Mr. Eugene Francis Saxton. One son. 

Platt, Anna Estelle, 1909,. 1109 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Student in Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1914-19. 

Plunkett, Elizabeth Kellogg, 1902, . 144 East Street, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Brace Whitman Paddock. One daughter, one son. 

Pollock, Laura Leisenring, 1905, 1050 East 17th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Pond, Clara Penniman, 1914, State College, Pa. 

Instructor in Zoology, Pennsylvania State College, 1918-19. 

Pond, Millicent, 1910, See page 12. 

Pope, Elizabeth Bogman, 1907, .... 329 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married. 1918, Mr. Edward A. Behr. 

Porter, Clara Phelps, 1905, . . . 1404 Swinney Court, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Married, 1909, Mr. William Page Yarnelle. Three daughters, two sons (one t 1912). 

Porter, Elizabeth Lane, 1916, . .2326 Fairfield Avenue, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Chief Clerk of District Exemption Board, 1917-1S. 

Porter, Frances, 1911, Care of Mrs'. E. C. Porter, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Married, 1917, Dr. Herman M. Adler. 

Porter, Helen Louise Knickerbacker, 1914, 

165 Gates Avenue, Montclair, N. J 

Nurses Aide Under French Government in France, 1918-19. 

Porter, Katherine, 1894, 

Peking, China; mailing address: Care of Miss Elizabeth Lasell, 221 
Park Avenue, Orange, N. J. 

Professor of Pediatrics and Hvgiene and Resident Physician, Women's Union College, 
Peking, 1916-17. 

Porter, Lucile Anne, 1902, . . 1104 West Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Ben Perley Weaver Five daughters (one t 1906), four sons (one t 1904). 

Pottberg, Ellen Esther, 1911,. .2338 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Kensington High School for Girls, Philadelphia, 1917-19; 
Volunteer Y. W. C. A. Worker, 1916-19. 

Potter, Edna Margaret, 1913, . .172 West Palmer Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Assistant Editor, The American Boy, 1917-18; Volunteer Social Service Worker, 1915-18. 

Potts, Laurette Eustis, 1896, . . . 126 East 24th Street, New York City. 

Executive Secretary, Church Mission of Help, New York City, 1915-19. 
Married, 1905, Mr. Lewis Frederic Pease. One son, one daughter. 

Powers, Anna, 1890, Died, 1894. 

Pratt, Anne Stokely, 1906, . . Care of University Library, Berkeley, Cal. 

Senior Assistant, University of California Library, 1913-18. 



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Pressinger, Mildred, 1909, 55 Olive Place, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Carl Otto Kienbuseh. Two sons (one t 1917) one daughter. 

Price, Alice Montelius, 1903, Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va. 

Teacher of English, Arithmetic and Chemistry in Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va., 
1903-19. 

Price, Marjorie Gertrude, 1903, Died, 1915. 

Married, 1904, Dr. George Scott McKnight. One daughter, 

Pritchett, Ida Williams, 1914,. . .22 East 91st Street, New York City. 

Assistant in Research, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 
1918-19. 

Proudfit, Josephine Voorhees, 1908, 115 Langdon Street, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1911, Major Dudley Montgomery, U. S. A. R. C. One son, two daughters. 

Prussing, Margaret Alice, 1911, 

Care of Actors' Equity Association, 1476 Broadway, New York City. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Albert Shelby Le Vino. One son. 

Pugh, Esther Clement, 1916, Overbrook, Philadelphia. 

Putnam, Avis, 1905, 

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

Married, 1911, Mr. Edoaard Dethier. Two sons. 

Putnam, Bertha Haven, 1893, 

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of History, Mount Holyoke College, 1913-19; Fellow of the Royal 
Historical Association; Worker for Council of National Defense and National Security 
League and National Board of Historical Service, 1918-19; 
League, 1917-19. 

Putnam, Margaret, 1907, 

130 Beverley Avenue, Morgantown, W. Va., or Care of K. N. Putnam, 
16 Exchange Place, New York City. 

Married, 1911, Professor Withrow Morse. Two daughters, one son. 

Putnam, May, 1910, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Resident House Officer, Harriet Lane Home, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1918-19. 

Putnam, Shirley, 1909, 

Care of American Express Co., 11 Rue Scribe, Paris, France. 

Red Cross Searcher, France, 1918-19. 

Pyfer, Isabella May, 1910, .... 131 West Main Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Married, , Dr. Howard Fritsch Pyfer. 

Quimby, Hester Agnes, 1918, 3920 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Science in Tudor Hall School, Indianapolis, 1918-19. 

Quimby, Mary Agnes, 1906, . .Cartref, Bryn Mawr, Pa., or Berwyn, Pa. 

Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1918; Instructor in German, Bryn Mawr College, 
1918-19. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, 1896, See page 7. 

Rambo, Eleanor Ferguson, 1908, See page 7. 

Ramsey, Helen Marguerite, 1911, Rosemont, Pa. 

Volunteer Church and Red Cross Worker, 1916-19. 

Randolph, Harriet, 1889, 1310 South 47th Street, Philadelphia. 

Rapallo, Edna, 1915, 129 East 29th Street, New York City. 

New York University Law School, 1915-17. 

Rawson, Gwendolyn, 1913, 3767 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Rawson, Lucy, 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. 

Canteen Worker for the American Red Cross in France, 1918-19. 



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Raymond, Helen Jackson, 1903, .. .2334 Elm Street, Manchester, N. H. 

Married, 1908, Dr. John Christopher O'Connor, ist Lieutenant, Medical Corps. U. S. 
Infantry. Two sons. . 

Ream, Frances Mott, 1901, Short Hills, N. J. 

Married, 1906, Mr. John Leisenring Kemmerer. Two sons, two daughters (one t 1909). 

Ream, Marion Buckingham, 1899, 1365 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Redmond Davis Stephens. 

Reeve, Margaret Morris, 1907, 

1 Lehman, Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Charles Reed Cary. Two daughters, one son. 

Reichenbach, Lucie Vaughan, 1910, 

Care of American Red Cross, Paris, France. 

Head of Refugee Bureau at Tours for American Red Cross, 1918-19. 

Reid, Estelle, 1894, Died, 1910. 

Reilly, Marion, 1901, 2015 De Lancey Place, Philadelphia. 

Member of Board of Directors of Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 

Reinhardt, Elizabeth Christina, 1902, 

3404 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of French in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Reinhardt, Esther Meredith, 1907, .3404 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Head of Department of English in the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1912-19. 

Rembaugh, Bertha, 1897. See page 12. 

Reymershoffer, Gertrude, 1918, 1302 Avenue E, Galveston, Tex. 

Medical Student, University of Texas, 1918-19. 

Rhoads, Anna Ely, 1889, See page 12. 

Rhoads, Marian, 1917, 1517 Thirty-first Street, Washington, D. C. 

Research Assistant, War Trade Board, Washington, 1918-19. 

Rhoads, Rebecca Garrett, 1918, 

2500 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington, Del. 

Teacher of English in the Flagler School, Jacksonville, Fla., 1918-19. 

Rice, Edith Florence, 1907, See page 12. 

Rice, Phyllis, 1911, 126 Ocean Street, Lynn, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Captain Cha,rles Hersehel McK?iight, U. S. F. A. 

Richards, Annabella Elliott, 1907, Died, 1919. 

Instructor in Physiological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University, 1918-19. 

Richards, Caroline Louise, 1906, Chula Vista, Cal. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Thomas Joseph McKnight. Two sons. 

Richards, Myra Stephannie, 1915, 

111 Petrie Avenue, Rosemont, Pa.; mailing address, Box 111, Bryn 
Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Professor Karl Detlev Jessen. One daughter. 

Richardson, Ethel Louise, 1911, 277 East Bellevue Drive, Pasadena, Cal. 

Commission of Immigration and Housing of California; Director of Bureau of Education. 
1917-18. 

Richardson, Leslie, 1918, 

Care of William Minard Richardson, Esq., 180 Brattle Street, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Correspondent, Foreign Division, National City Bank, New York, 1918-19. 

Richardson, Mary Tuckerman, 1906, 

152 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1907, Mr, Robert Walcott. One daughter, three sons. 



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Richter, Helen Ruth, 1913, 40 West 9th Street, New York City. 

Writing for Children's Department, New York Evening Post, 1917-18. 
Married, 1916, Mr. Maximilian Elser, Jr. One daughter. 

Richter, Ina May, 1908, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

M.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1918, and Intern, 1918-19. 

Ridgway, Sarah Shreve, 1898, Columbus, N. J. 

Married, 1918, Mr. George Howard Bruce. 

Ridlon, Jeannette, 1918, 

Surf Apartment Hotel, 501 Surf Street, Chicago, 111. 

Holder of Service Scholarship and Laboratorv Assistant in Chemistry, University of 
Chicago, 1918-19. 

Riegel, Ella, 1889, 1300 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Riegel, Helen, 1916, 

Edificio La Mutua, Mexico City, Mexico; mailing address: Eagle 
Pass, Tex. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Howard Taylor Oliver. 

Riggs, Henrietta Sandford, 1910, 

131 Maryland Avenue, N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Assistant ia Card Division, Library of Congress, 1911-18. 

Ristine, Miriam Vaughan, 1908, 

711 Old Lancaster Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin in the Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, Pa., 1914-19. 

Ritchie, Mary Helen, 1896, See page 7. 

Robbins, Harriet, 1893, Died, 1918. 

Roberts, Anna Wilkins, 1915, 16 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Instructor in French, Guilford College, N. C, 1917-19. 

Roberts, Emma Dtjnwoody, 1903, 

662 Stanbridge Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Teacher of English, Friends' School, Germantown, Philadelphia, 1903-19, 

Roberts, Louise Elizabeth, 1908, See page 12. 

Roberts, Ruth, 1912, 1440 West Decatur Street, Decatur, 111. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Rolla Carol McMillen. One son. 

Robertson, Emma Sellers, 1913, 1805 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the Junior High School, Browned Hall, Omaha, Neb., 1917-18. 

Robertson, Helen Calder, 1916, 50 Stimson Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Volunteer Worker, Red Cross Home Service, 1918-19. 

Robins, Dorothea, 1914,. . . .23 Gowen Avenue, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in Miss Jones's and Mrs. Chapman's School, Chestnut 
Hill, Philadelphia, 1914-19. 

Robins, Florence Eustis, 1904, 

1330 Nineteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Teacher of History in Miss Madeira's School, Washington, D. C, 1910-19. 

Robins, Helen Josephine, 1892, 

Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, or 23 Gowen Avenue, Mt. Airy, 
Philadelphia. 

Head of Department of English in the Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, 1910-19. 

Robinson, Constance, 1898, Died, 1910. 

Robinson, Ethel Fern, 1915, 80 Pallister Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-18. 

Robinson, Helen Louise, 1901,. .109 East 56th Street, New York City. 

Instructor in Piano, David Mannes's Music School, New York City, and private teaching, 
1916-19. 



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Robinson, Leone, 1909, 5798 Kingsbury Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Herbert Morean Morgan. One daughter. 

Robinson, Virginia Pollard, 1906, See page 12. 

Rock Amy Cordova, 1893, 1455 Belmont Street, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1899, Dr. Frederick Leslie Ransome. One son, three daughters. 

Rockwell, Cleos Lepha, 1914, Pres du Lac, Kenilworth, 111. 

Rockwell, Martha Skerry, 1904,. . . .111 Wister Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Henry Wilson Moorhouse. One son, two daughters. 

Rockwood, Eleanor Ruth, 1900, 

Care of Library Association, Portland, Ore. 

Head of Reference Department, Library Association of Portland, 1902-10, 1911-19. 

Rogers, Isobel Mitchell, 1911, 244 West 104th Street, New York City. 

In Correspondence Department, American Book Co., 1917-19. 

Rohrer, Miriam, 1915, Lenox Road, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Historian and Librarian, Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, 1918-19. 

Root, Mary Longaker, 1910, 

631 East Leverington Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the William Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Ropes, Alice Rogers, 1906, Shaowu, via Foochow, China. 

Missionary in China, 1910-19. 

Married, 1909, The Rev. Edwin Dwight Kellogg. Three daughters. 

Ropes, Ellen Marvin, 1902, Grossharthau, bei Dresden, Germany. 

Married, 1909, The Rev. Gottfried Martin Horn. One son, one daughter. 

Ropes, Margaret, 1903, 444 East Second Street, Tucson, Ariz. 

Student of Spanish, University of Arizona, 1917-18, 

Rosenberg, Ella Mary, 1918, . . . 1934 North 32nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Probation Officer, Juvenile Division, Municipal Court, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Rosenheimer, Bertha, 1907, 4556 North 13th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of French and Spanish in the Germantown High School, Philadelphia, 1913-19. 

Ross, Anna, 1905, 143 Stanmore Place, Westfield, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Professor Archibald Wellington Taylor. Two sons, one (t 1914). 

Ross, Elizabeth, 1909, •. Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher in the Holton-Arms School, Washington, D. C, 1912-19. 

Ross, Elizabeth, 1911, 305 Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Red Cross Worker, 1917-18. 

Ross, Frances Lubbe, 1913, Died, 1918. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Irvin C. Poley. 

Ross, Joanna Ptjgh, 1916, 906 De Kalb Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Murray S. Chiam. 

Ross, Margaret Jane, 1904, 626 De Kalb Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Dr. Albert Rowland Garner. Two sons. 

Rot an, Anne Sturm, 1902, 

2400 16th Street, N. W., Washington, D. C, or Broadway Savings 
Bank, Lawrence, Mass. 

Married, 1904, Lieutenant-Colonel Thorndike Dudley Howe, U. S. F. A. Two sons. 

Rotan, Katherine Livingston, 1910,. . . . 22 Evans Way, Boston, Mass. 

Managing Editor, Journal of Industrial Hygiene, Harvard Medical School, 1918-19. 
Married, 1910, Dr. Cecil Kent Drinker. Two daughters (one t 1916). 

Rowley, Hannah Teresa, 1901, 

The College Club, 40 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Teacher of Science in the Winsor School, Boston, 1914-19. 

Rulison, Lucy Constance, 1900, . 926 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Teacher of Piano in David Mannes Music School, 1917-19, 



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Rtjmrill, Helen Du Bois, 1909, Clarendon, Va. 

Assistant, .Statistical Division, U. S. Fuel Administration, 1918-19. 
Married, 1916, Mr. Clarence Leonard Staples. 

Rupert, Mary Swift, 1918, 

Care of Charles G. Rupert, Esq., "Sedgely," Marshallton, Del. 

Rush, Frances Bertha, 1901, 517 Emerson Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Remembrance Lindsay Crawford. Three daughters, two sons. 

Russell, Emily Crane, 1917, Lake Forest, 111. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant John Collins Dawson, Jr., F. A. U. S. A. 

Russell, Louise Sternberg, 1911, 

593 Lexington Avenue, New York City. 

Teacher of Stenography and Type-writing in the Bushwick High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1917-18. 

Russell, Margaeet, 1916, 

126 Neal Street, Portland, Me., or 26 North Street, Plymouth, Mass. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Roger Sturtecant Kellen. 

Ryan, Mary Catherine, 1909, 

Care of Mrs. Thomas Ryan, Rosemont, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1909-18. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Timothy J. Spillane. 

Sachs, Alice, 1908, 3632 Washington Avenue, Cincinnati, 0. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Jacob M. Plant. Two sons, one daughter. 

Sackett, Mary Johnson, 1901,. .237 Clermont Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sampson, Edith F., 1890, See page 13. 

Sampson, Lillian Vaughan, 1891, See page 13. 

Sampson, Merle D'Aubigne, 1915, 

1814 Ontario Place, Washington, D. C, or 615 Brook Road, Richmond, 
Va. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Oliver Wolcott Toll, U. S. N. R., Flying Corps. One daughter. 

Sanborne, Sarah Minier, 1908, . . 2222 North Fourth Street, Waco, Tex. 

Married, 1916. Captain Walter Gerald Weaver. One son. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, 1906, See page 7. 

Sandison, Lois Estabrook, 1916, 

404 North Centre Street, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Teacher of Latin and English in the Hartridge School, Plainfield, N. J., 1916-18. 

Sargent, Cecilia Vennard, 1915, Wenonah, N. J. 

Teacher of English and Latin in the Middle Township High School, Cape May Court 
House. N. J., 1916-19. 

Sato, Ryu, 1917, See page 13. 

Sattler, Jean, 1915, 2449 Highland Avenue, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Foyer du Soldat, Paris, 1918-19. 

Saunders, Helen Matheson, 1897, 9 Greystone Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Married, 1910, Mr. William H. Appleton Holmes. One daughter. 

Scattergood, Anna, 1896, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Clarence Gilbert Hoag. One daughter, three sons. 

Scattergood, Margaret, 1917,. . . .3515 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Working with American Friends' Reconstruction Unit, Red Cross, Paris, France, 1917-19. 

Schaefer, Ethelinda Florence, 1908, . . . P. O. B. 349, Honolulu, H. I. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Alfred Lowrey Castle. Two sons, one daughter. 

Schenck, Eunice Morgan 1907, See page 7. 

Schiedt, Alice Edith, 1904, 2136 Van Hise Street, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1911, Professor Paul Franklin Clark. Three daughters (one t 1914), one son. 



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Schiedt, Helen Lee, 1901, Lowell Avenue, West Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Horace Arthur Woodward. Two sons, one daughter. 

Schock, Caroline France, 1908, . . . 151 Summit Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1909, Professor Chester Lloyd Jones. Three daughters. 

Schoff, Edith Gertrude 1898, .... 416 Brookway, Merion Station, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. John James Boericke. Three sons, one daughter. 

Schoff, Louise, 1902, ' Woodland Park, Col. 

Teacher in the Edlowe School, Woodland Park, Col., and in charge of Ranch, 1918-19. 
Married, 1908, Mr. George Edgar Ehrman. Two sons, one daughter. 

Schoneman, May Cadette, 1899, 

6429 Drexel Road, Overbrook, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Percival M. Sax. Three sons. 

Schram, Hilpa Serena, 1911,. . . .142 South College Street, Decatur, 111. 

Married, 1915 Mr. Bollin Darnall Wood. One daughter. 

Scofield, Jane, 1891, Died, 1896. 

Scott, Helen Townsend, 1910, 

1119 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of English and French in the Peabody Conservatory of Music, 1916-18. 

Scott, Katharine Esther, 1904, 

American Church Mission, Wuchang, China. 

Teacher in St. Hilda's School, American Church Mission, Wuchang, China, 1911-16, Dea- 
coness, 1916 and Principal, 1916-19. 

Scott, Margaret, 1904, See page 13. 

Scott, Marion Sturges, 1911, 1814 N Street, Washington, D. C. 

Member of Publicity Department of Woman's Committee of Council of National Defense, 
1917-18. 

Scribner, Mary Etta, 1912, 1451 East 50th Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1916, Mr. N. Chapin Palmer. One daughter. 

Scripture, Winifred, 1912, 1 West 67th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Percy Custer Fleming, U. S. A. One son. 

Scudder, Atala Thayer, 1915, 

Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1917, Dr. Wilburt Cornell Davison, U. S. Med. Res. Corps. 

Scudder, Sylvia Church, 1901, 

32 Woodland Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Ingersoll Bowditch. Two sons, one daughter. 

Sears, Anna, 1916, Prospect Street, Framingham Centre, Mass. 

Sears, Margaret, 1914,. .48 Pleasant Street, Framingham Centre, Mass. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Leonard Cutter Bigelow. One daughter. 

Seaver, Harriet Frances 1907, 15 Temple Street, West Newton, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Captain Donald Macomber, U. S. Med. Res. Corps. 

Seeds, Nellie Marguerite, 1908, 

716 West Upsal Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Scott Nearing. Three sons (one t 1911). 

Seely. Bertha Warner, 1905, . .3427 Ashland Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Marriea, 1916, Mr. George Quincy Dunlop. One daughter. 

Seely, Evelyn Elizabeth, 1910,... 42 St. Lukes Place, Montclair, N. J. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Lambert Lincoln Jackson. One son. 

Seel ye, Elizabeth Whit acre, 1917, 

Care of Mrs. Thomas T. Seelye, Willoughby, O. 

Selleck, Anne, 1904, 435 West 119th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Art and History of Art, St. Agatha's, New York City, 1913-19. 



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Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley, 1903, 4 Hawthorn Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Correspondent in France of the New Republic, 1917-19. 

Sergeant, Katharine, 1914, 3005 Coleridge Road, Cleveland, O. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Ernest Angell. One daughter. 

Seth, Frances Burbridge, 1902, .. .Windsor, Walbrook, Baltimore, Md. 
Seymour, Clara Hitchcock, 1900, The Choate School, Wallingford, Conn. 

Married, 1906, Mr. George Clare St. John. Two daughters (one t 1907) , three sons. 

Seymour, Elizabeth Day, 1897, See page 13. 

Shaffer, Adelaide Wallace, 1918, 

IT. S. General Hospital No. 11, Cape May, N. J. 

Reconstruction Aide, U. S. General Hospital 11, 191S-19. 

Sharman, Lou May, 1912, 309 South 5th Street, Reading, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Lieutenant Walter Stanley De Lany, U. S. N. One daughter. 

Sharp, Henrietta Wogan, 1910, 

Walnut Lane School, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and Psychology in the Walnut Lane School, 1918-19. 

Sharpless, Edith Forsythe, 1905, 888 Tenno Cho, Mito, Japan. 

Teacher in Friends' Mission, Tokyo, 1910-12, and in Mito, Japan, 1912-15, 1916-19. 

Sharpless, Katharine Truman, 1918, 

Care of Professor Isaac Sharpless, Haverford, Pa. 

Sharpless, Lydia Trimble, 1908, 8 Margin Street, Westerly, R. I. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Harvey Chace Perry. Two daughters (one t 1916), one son. 

Shaw, Evelyn Wells, 1914, 39 East Schiller Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1917, Mr. John T. McCutcheon. One son. 

Shaw, Helen Hastings, 1914, 96 Chestnut Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Mr. William Anderson Crosby. One son. 

Shaw, Katharine Lydia, 1912,. ...... .518 Grove Street, Sewickley, Pa. 

Pathologist to Physician, 1914-19. 

Sheafer, Katherine Elizabeth, 1915, 

1536 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Technician in Radium Laboratory, Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, 1916-19. 

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Shearer, Anne Francis, 1902, 

Fairview Farm, Box 765, Narberth P. O., Pa. 

Married, 1904, Major John Armand Lafore. Three sons, one daughter. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, 1904, See page 7. 

Shearer, Margaret Juliet, 1910, 

Varick House, 11 Dominick Street, New York City. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Jewell K. Smith. 

Shearman, Margaret Hilles, 1895, 

1600 West 7th Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Sheldon, Harriet Sheldon, 1915,. .89 Lexington Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Executive Secretary in the Columbus School for Girls, 1918-19. 

Sheldon, Mary, 1913, 430 Forest Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Alfred MacArthur. 

Shenstone, Mary Elsie, 1913, Highfields, York Mills, Ontario. 

Neighbourhood Visitor, Central Neighbourhood House, Toronto, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Captain Donald Thomas Fraser, Canadian Army, M. C. 

Sheppard, Mary, 1898, . . 229 Harvey Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Sherwin, Anne Isabel, 1903, 150 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 
Shields, Emily Ledyard, 1905, See page 13. 



68 Bachelors of Arts 

Shipley, Agnes Dorothy, 1917, 1034 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer War Service Worker in Philadelphia, 1917-18. 

Shipley, Katharine Morris, 1890, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Volunteer Social and Red Cross Worker, 1916-19. 

Shipley, Mary Boyd, 1910, Ginling College, Nanking, China. 

Instructor in English, Ginling College, 1917-18. 

Shippen, Ellen Francis, 1909,. .151 Vose Avenue, South Orange, N. J. 

Stenographer to New Republic, New York City, 1918-19. 

Shippen, Katharine Binney, .... 151 Vose Avenue, South Orange, N. J. 

Visitor, Orange Bureau of Associated Charities, 1918-19. 

Shoemaker, Jane Cushing, 1905, See page 13. 

Showell, Adeline Ogden, 1918,. .724 East High Street, Springfield, O. 

Stenographer, Tullus Business School, 1918-19. 

Shreve, Harriet Ridgway, 1895,. . . .118 Grove Street, Plainfield, N. J. 

Teacher in Miss Beard's School, Orange, N. J., 1917-19. 

Shugert, Kate Dtjnlop, 1906, Bellefonte, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Saint Agnes School,. Albany, X. Y., 1918-19. 

Sickel, Corinne, 1901, 313 Bangor Road, Cynwyd, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. R. Henderson Farley. One daughter. 

Simonds, Charlotte Victorine, 1910, 

290 Essex Street, East Wymouth, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Nathaniel McLean Sage. Two daughters, one son. 

Simpson, Adelaide Douglas, 1913, 

Sherman Square Hotel, Broadway and 70th Street, New York City. 

Dean of Women and Professor of Latin, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich., 1917-19. 

Simpson, Frances Marion, 1906, Died, 1910. 

Married, 1908, Dr. George Edward Pfahler. 

Sinclair, Agnes Maitland, 1903, 800 Second Avenue, Cedar Rapids, la. 
Sinclair, Elsie Campbell, 1897, Died, 1900, 

Married, 1899, Mr. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer Hodge. 

Sinclair, Fanny Soutter, 1901, 1101 Second Avenue, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Married, 1902, Captain Andrew Henry Woods, M. C, A. E. F. Three sons, two daughters. 

Sinn, Esther Marion, 1904,. . . .875 West 180th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Rudolph C. Neuendorffer. One son. 

Sipe, Dollie Holland, 1899, 5518 Black Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. James Clifford Bradley. Two daughters, one son. 

Skerrett, Dorothy Wentworth, 1914, 3940 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, 

Assistant to the Statistician, National War Savings Committee Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Slade, Annie Malcolm, 1901, Nepperhan Heights, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Patriotic and Philanthropic Worker, 1918-19. 

Sloane, Caroline Swanwick, 1900, 52 Eucalyptus Road, Berkeley, Cal 

Married, 1904, Mr. Benjamin Mathews Lombard. Two daughters, one son. 

Smith, Agnes Pickett, 1916, . . . 134 West Water Street, Winchester, Va. 

Teacher of Mathematics in St. Timothy's School, Catonsville, Md., 1917-19. 

Smith, Alys Whitall Pearsall, 1890, 

11 St. Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, London, England 

Volunteer Social and Suffrage Worker. 
Married, 1894, The Hon. Berlrand Russell. 

Smith, Clara- Lyford, 1907, See page 13 

Smith, Clarissa, 1915, West Chester, R. D.-D., Pa 

Married, 1917, Mr. Harold Maskel Ware. 



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Smith, Clarrissa Worcester, 1896,. .69 Hobart Avenue, Summit, N. J. 

Vice-President of Town Improvement Association, 1917-19; President of Equal Suffrage 

League of Summit, 1916-19. 
Married, 1901, Mr. John Dey. One son, two daughters. 

Smith, Dorothy Ingalls, 1909,. . . .4725 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Volunteer Philanthropic Worker, 1910-18. 

Smith, Edith Marion, 1918, 

Care of J. A. Smith, Esq., 200 South Douglas Street, Peoria, 111. 

Graduate Scholar in Greek, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Smith, Elizabeth Baldwin, 1915, ...1805 Madison Road, Cincinnati, O. 

District Supervisor, Home Service Section, Cincinnati Chapter, American Red Cross, 
1918-19. 

Smith, Emily James, 1889, 335 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1899, Mr. George Haven Putnam. One son. 

Smith, Helen Twining, 1907, See page 13. 

Smith, Helen Williston, 1906, . .1119 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1912, Dr. Sanger Brown, 2nd, M. 0. R. C. 

Smith, Hilda Worthington, 1910, See page 13. 

Smith, Isabel F., 1915, 1101 West 46th Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Fellow in Geology, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Smith, Louise Pettibone, 1908 See page 8. 

Smith, Louise Tunstall, 1918, Died, 1918. 

Smith, Margery, 1911,. . .1009 Edgewood Avenue, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Married, 1913, Mr. David Franklin Goodnow. One sorf, one daughter. 

Smith, Maria Wilkins, 1906, Lincoln Apartments, Ardmore, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in the Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-19. 

Smith, Mary Christine, 1914, 1108 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Philanthropic Worker, 1914-19. 

Smith, Sara Rozet Mather, 1915, . . 12 West Yv T alton Place, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1917, Major Richard Sutton Bull. One daughter. 

Smith, Thalia Howard, 1917,. . . .260 West 57th Street, New York City. 

Secretary to the President, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-18. 
Married, 1917, Lieutenant Harold Sanford Dole, U. S. A. 

Smitheman, Helen Ptjgh, 1907, .... 418 Chilton Street, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Allen Thomas Baldwin. Two daughters. 

Snodgrass, Katharine, 1915,. . 1933 Park Road, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Statistician, War Industries Board, Washington, 1918-19. 

Snyder, Eli zabet h, 1903, . .9 Wyoming Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Southard, Marjorie Wright, 1914, 

119 St. Marks Place, New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Clerical Work in Insurance Broker's Office, New York City, 1917-18. 

Southgate, Mary, 1901, 14 Weeks Avenue, Hempstead, N. Y. 

Married, 1904, Mr. William Breruster. Two sons, one daughter. 

Spence, Angeleine, 1915, 238 Union Street, Rockland, Mass. 

Assistant to Alumnse General Secretary. Wellesley College, 1917-19. 

Spencer, Mary Worsdale, 1905, 

Red House, 43 Commercial Street, Provincetown, Mass. 

Married, 1909, Dr. J. Kent Worthington. Three daughters. 

Spencer, Maud Du Puy, 1903, Steyning, Sussex, England. 

Married, 1907, Captain George Uvedale Corbett, R. A. M. C. Two sons, one daughter. 



70 Bachelors of Arts 

Spofford, Barbara, 1909, 163 East 80th Street, New York City. 

Chief Placement Secretary, Y. W. C. A., 1918-19. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Shepard Ashman Morgan. Two daughters, one son. 

Spraguesmith, Hilda, 1909, 135 Parkwood Boulevard, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, Lieutenant Victor Starzenski, C. W. S., U. S. A. 

Spry, Gladys, 1912, 1101 Forest Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Hospital Hut Worker, under American Red Cross, Paris, 1918-19. 

Staadeker, Jennie M., 1894, 422 East Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 

Teacher of History in the Girls' High School, Louisville, 1899-1919. 

Stair, Mary Keesey, 1918, 904 South George Street, York, Pa. 

Stanwood, Alice, 1906, 277 St. Paul Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Teacher of Gregg Shorthand, Boston School for Secretaries, 1918-19. 

Stapler, Martha Gause, 1905, .... 55 East 76th Street, New York City. 
Staples, Helen R., 1893, 852 Montrose Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Daniel H. Ellsworth. 

Stark, Elizabeth Kline, 1916, See page 13. 

Stearns, Anna, 1911, 37 Orange Street, Nashua, N. H. 

Stecher, Lorle Ida, 1912, See page 13. 

Steele, Edith Rachael, 1913, 214 Delaware Avenue, West Pittston, Pa. 

Teacher of English in the High School, West Pittston, Pa., 1917-19. 

Steiner, Amy Louise, 1899, 1512 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

War Work in France, 1918-19. 

Steltzer, Elsie Hannah, 19*15, 2450 North 6th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the High School, Cape May, N. J., 1916-17. 

Stevens, Alta Cornelia, 1909,. . . .4700 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Patriotic and Red Cross Worker, 1917-19. 

Stevens, Caroline, 1917, 623 Osgood Street, North Andover, Mass. 

Xurses Aid to American Red Cross in France, 1918. 

Stevens, Helen Lee, 1902, 

1921 Nineteenth' Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1914, Mr. George Dudley Gregory. One daughter. 

Stevenson, Harriet, 1892, 112 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Edward G. Pinney. Three sons, one daughter. 

Stewart, Margretta Shaw, 1903, Hastings, Neb. 

Woman Suffrage Worker, 1915-18; Member of Woman's Committee of County Council of 

National Defense, 1917-18. 
Married, 1909, Mr. Charles H. Dietrich. 

Stirling, Jean Wedderbtjrn, 1912, . . 2609 Hampden Court, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Stephen Strong Gregory, Jr. One daughter. 

Stttes, Sara Henry, 1899, See page 8. 

Stoddard, Elizabeth Farris, 1902, Plymouth, Mass. 

Stoddard, Virginia Tryon, 1903, See page 13. 

Stoddard, Yvonne, 1913, 56 West 10th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Henry Reed Hayes. One son. 

Stohr, Keinath, 1913, 86 Durand Road, Maplewood, N. J. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Edward Stiles Davey. Two daughters. 

Stoner, Mary Ella, 1898, Frederick, Md. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Arthur Dewalt Willard. Two sons. 

Storer, Frances Louise, 1910, 2249 Glenwood Avenue, Toledo, O. 



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Stoughton, Leila Roosevelt, 1900, 

142 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Nurses' Aid, Children's Bureau, American Red Cross, France, 1917-19. 

Stout, Gladys, 1909, 152 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Robert Bonner Bowler. One daughter. 

Straus, Dorothy, 1908, 2 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Lawyer, firm of Coleman, Stern and Gotthold, 1917-19. 

Strauss, Emilie Therese, 1916, 

196 South Franklin Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Teacher in the High School, Larksville, Pa., 1918-19. 

Strauss, Marjorie Lord, 1918, 

1723 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

Junior Gas Chemist, Chemical Warfare Service, War Department, 1918. 

Streeter, Julia, 1900, 605 Edgevale Road, Roland Park, Md. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Henry Gardner. Two sons, two daughters. 

Streett, Katherine Maynadier, 1915 Anniston, Ala. 

Married, 1917, Captain Henry Frederick Robb. 

Strong, Anne Hervey, 1898, 561 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Professor of Public Health Nursing, Simmons College, 1918-19. 

Stuart, Suzette Grundy, 1907, 

Hotel Montague, Montague Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Assistant to Publicity Executive, New York War Camp Community Service, 1918-19. 

Sturdevant, Winifred, 1909, 818 West 40th Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow by Courtesy, Johns Hopkins University, and Teacher of French in the Roland Park 
Country School, Baltimore, 1918-19. 

Sturgis, Helen Rutgers, 1905, 

500 Cedar Avenue, Richmond Hill, Long Island, N. Y. 

Worker in France for American Red Cross, 1919. 

Sussman, Amy, 1902, 2400 Steiner Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Secretary, Public Education Society of San Francisco, 1916-18. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Jesse Henry Steinhart. One daughter, one son. 

Sutch, Cleora, 1915, 2638 North 5th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of History in the William Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1915-19. 

Sweet, Emma, 1907, 514 Olympic Place, Seattle, Wash. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Lyman Mark Tondel. One son. 

Swift, Elizabeth, 1911, Died, 1911. 

Swift, Nathalie, 1913, 156 East 79th Street, New York City. 

Assistant in Circulation Department, New York Public Library, 1917-19. 

Sykes, Edith Ellen 1903, 5002 Hazel Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Expert Linguist, Military Intelligence Division, War Department, Washington, 1918-19. 

Szold, Bertha, 1895, 2104 Chelsea Terrace, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Louis Hiram Levin. Two sons, three daughters. 

Taber, Carlotta Lowell, 1915,. . .26 Dayton Street, Worcester, Mass. 
Taber, Izette, 1910, Shore Road, Stratford, Conn. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Alfred Victor de Forest. One son, one daughter. 

Taber, Marion Russell, 1897,. .348 Lexington Avenue, New York City. 

Secretary of Visiting Committee, State Charities Aid Association, 1910-19; Chairman of 
Local School Board, District XII, 1917-19. 

Taft, Helen Herron, 1915, Wyndon Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Dean of the College, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 

Tappan, Elizabeth, 1910, 1419 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of Latin in Miss Madeira's School, Washington, D. C, 1912-18. 

Tappan, Julia Buchanan 1914, 1419 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary to Clinical Microscopy Department, Johns Hopkins University, 1917-18. 



72 Bachelors of Arts 

Tatlock, Jessie May, 1900, 315 West 97th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Latin in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1916-19. 

Tattersfield, Elsie Hannah, 1905, 

404 West Price Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Walter Davis Banes. 

Tattersfield, Olga, 1917, 

6807 Lincoln Drive, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Visitor, C. O. S., Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

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, three granddaughters. 

Taylor, Gertrude Elizabeth, 1893, 633 Francis Street, Madison, Wis. 

Red Cross Work in Italy, 1918-19. 

Married, 1893, Professor Moses Stephen Slaughter. Two daughters (one t 1914, one t 1915). 

Taylor, Helen Mary Anthony, 1905, 1812 Madison Road, Cincinnati, O. 
Taylor, Marianna, 1903, St. Davids, Pa. 

Practicing Physician, St. Davids, 1910-18; Medical Service in France, 1918-19. 

Taylor, Mary Lewis, 1893, Died, 1896. 

Married, 1895, Professor Arthur Stanley Mackenzie. One daughter. 

Taylor, Mary Minor Watson, 1911, 

160 Waverly Place, New York City. 

Personal Assistant to the Vice-President, Griscom-Russell Co., New York City, 1918-19. 

Teller, Fannie Espen, 1918, 

Care of Dr. William H. Teller, 1713 Green Street, Philadelphia. 

Temple, Maud Elizabeth, 1904, See page 13. 

Tenney, Elizabeth Louise, 1910, 648 Pine Street, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Frederick Goddard Cheney. One daughter, one son. 

Terry, Catharine Louise, 1912, 214 West 23rd Street, New York City. 

Married, 1916, The Rev. William Neely Ross. One son. 

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. 

Red Cross Home Service Office Worker, 1918-19. 

Thayer, Aurie Cleves, 1900, 154 Angell Street, Providence, R. I. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Maynard Kaufman Yoakam. One son (t 1906), one daughter. 

Thayer, Ellen, 1907, 1020 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, 1918-19. 

Thayer, Margaret, 1905, 121 Center Street, Concord, N. H. 

Married, 191.3, Mr. Frank Jones Sulloway. Two daughters (one t 1916). 

Thomas, Anne Heath, 1897, . . See page 13. 

Thomas, Elsie Cecil, 1903, 28 West Greenwood Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Lecturer on Current Events, 1915-18. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Edward McGinley. Two sons, one daughter. 

Thomas, Helen Whitall, 1893,. .815 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Simon Flexner. Two sons. 

Thomas, Jessie Dunlap, 1907, 

219 South Franklin Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Z. Piatt Bennett. One daughter. 

Thomas, Louise Miner, 1901, 

142 South Franklin Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 






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Thomas, Margaret Cheston, 1889, 

1004 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Volunteer Social Worker. 

Married, 1893, Mr. Anthony Morris Carey. Four sons, two daughters. 

Thomas, Martha Gibbons, 1890, Whitford, Pa. 

Warden of Pembroke Hall East, Bryn Mawr College, 1896-1905, and of Pembroke Hall 
East and West, 1905-19. 

Thomas, Miriam, 1902, See page 13. 

Thompson, Catherine Reichenbach, 1912, 

The Marlborough, 917 Eighteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Clerk in Department of Military Aeronautics, 1918-19. 

Thompson, Charlotte de Macklot, 1896, See page 13. 

Thompson, Elizabeth, 1909, Address Unknown. 

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, 1912-19. 

Thompson, Lucile, 1914, 290 Pennsylvania Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Francis Marinus Caldwell, U. S. A. Senior Inspector. One daughter. 

Thompson, Margaret, 1917, 

Care of Slason Thompson, Esq., Lake Forest, 111. 

Thompson, Marjorie La Monte, 1912, 

210 South 42nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1917-19. 

Thomson, Mart Marjory, 1915, Lowerre Summit, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Thorne, Luella H. 1890, Died, 1897. 

Thornton, Janet, 1906, 282 Dartmouth Street, Boston, Mass. 

Acting Headworker, Social Service Department, Boston Dispensary, 1918-19. 

Thurber, Mary Tyler, 1899, 

1752 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D. C, or R. F. D. 3, 
Framingham, Mass. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-18. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Henry Sturgis Dennison. Two sons (one t 1907), three daughters. 

Thurston, Margaret Gertrude, 1905, . . 106 State Street, Portland, Me 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Roscoe T. Holt, U. S. N. R. 

Thwing, Apphia Stanley 1913,. .39 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Volunteer Worker in Consumers' League and War Relief. 
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, 1911-18. 

Timpson, Margaret Catherine, 1918, 

36 West 53rd Street, New York City. 

Red Cross Worker, New York City, 1918-19. 

Tinker, Elizabeth Helen, 1916, 

Care of Mr. William M. Tinker, High School, Allentown, Pa. 
Head of Latin Department, Miss Ransom and Miss Bridge's School, Piedmont, Cal., 
1917-19. 

Tinker, Ruth, 1915, 309 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Reconstruction Aide, U. S. Army General Hospital 3, Rahway, N. J. 
Married, 1917, Lieutenant Daniel P. Morse, Jr. Aviation Section, S. O. R. S. 

Todd, Anne Hampton, 1902, 2115 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 



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Tongue, Maky Van Arsdale, 1913, 

116 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Red Cross Canteen Worker, Chalon-sur-Marne, France, 1917-19. 

Totten, Edith, 1902, 601 West 115th Street, New York City. 

Volunteer Worker, Hartley House Settlement, New York City, 1915-19; Graduate Student 
in Psychology, Columbia University, 1917-19. 

Towle, Elizabeth Williams, 1898, See page 13. 

Towle, Mary Rtjtter, 1899, See page 13. 

Tracy, Martha, 1898, . . 5138 Wayne Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Dean of Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1918-19. 

Tredway, Helen, 1911, See page 13. 

Tremain, Eloise Ruthven, 1904, Ferry Hall, Lake Forest, 111. 

Principal of Ferry Hall, Lake Forest, 1918-19. 

Trimble, Helen Bell, 1902, See page 13. 

Trout, Ethel Wendell, 1901, 

11 North Aberdeen Place, Chelsea, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Editorial Assistant, Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath School Work, Philadel- 
phia, 1913-18. 

Truitt, Ada Viola, 1905, 4713 Hazel Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Aaron E. Nunes. 

Tull, Alice Wright, 1904, 

302 Seventh Avenue, Asbury Park, N. J., or St. Davids, Pa. 

Tunbridge, Helen Elizabeth, 1897, Died, 1909. 

Turle, Penelope, 1918, 2216 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minn. 

Red Cross Worker, 1918-19. 

Turner, Grace, 1913, 300 Grayling Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Clerk in Emergency Fleet Corporation, 1918-19. 

TuTTLE, Marion, 1917, Care of J. F. Tuttle, Esq., Rockaway, N. J. 

Teacher of English, the High School, Metuchen, N. J., 1918-19. 

Tuttle, Ruth Alden, 1915, 116 Howell Street, Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Secretary and Member of Board of Directors, Perry Knitting Co., Perry, N. Y., 1917-19. 

Tyler, Susan Bancroft, 1903, 1303 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Tyson, Helen Edith, 1916, See page 14. 

Ullmann, Margaret, 1904, 

"Honey croft," South Green Bay Road, Highland Park, 111. 

Utley, Catherine Merea, 1907, See page 11. 

Vail, Clara Warren, 1897, Grey House, ArdsIey-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Henry Stanford Brooks. Five sons sons (two t 1907), one daughter. 

Vail, Emily Rachel, 1891, 

125 West Chelten Avenue. Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin, Springside School, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, 1918-19, 

Van Horn, Alice Ellison, 1916, Heathcote Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Tutor in French, 1918-19. 

Van Horn, Emily Ellison, 1915,. . . .Heathcote Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Secretary to Vice-President, W. R. Grace & Co., New York City, 1917-19. 

Van Kirk, Edith Louise. 1898, 1333 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Van Kirk, Susan Frances, 1894, 1333 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Van Reypen, Alletta Louise, 1900, . Address unknown. 

Married, 1905, Baron Serge Alexander Korff. One son, one daughter. 



Bachelors of Arts 75 

Van Schaack, Albione Libby, 1910,. .1046 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Van Wagenen, Kathrina Holland, 1904, 

Care of Norwegian Mission, Yiyang, Hunan, China. 

Missionary in China, 1912-18. 
Married, 1916, Mr. Sten Bugge. 

Van Wagenen, Mary Lacy, 1909, . . 100 Cleveland Street, Orange, N. J. 

Private Tutor, 1916-18. 

Vatjclain, Mary, 1904, 

1707 New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, D. C, or Darlington Road, 
Schenley Park, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Franklin Abbott. Two daughters. 

Venntjm, Mary Durham, 1913, 

805 Steele Street, Tacoma, Wash., or Onarga, 111. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Bruce Van Cleave. 

Vick, Ethel Phillips, 1908, 809 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1913, Lieutenant-Commander Robert Wallace, U. S. N. 

Vickers, Florence Childs, 1898, See page 14. 

Vincent, Isabel Darlington, 1912, 

6132 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Paul Vincent Harper. One son. 

von Gerber, Wilhelmina Georgina Marie, 1903, Died, 1914. 

Wade, Clara Louise Whipple, 1904, 

160 West 74th Street, New York City. 

Teacher in the Veltin School, New York City, 1917-19. 

Wade, Grace Bennett, 1906, Ruxton, Md. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Ernest Douglas Levering. Three sons. 

Wade, Ruth Anita, 1909, Columbia Falls, Mont. 

Married, 1914, Mr. William Lindsey Fitzsimmons. One daughter. 

Wagner, Caroline Frances, 1903, 

128 West Tulpehocken Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker. 

Waldo, Alice Goddard, 1904, Hopkins Hall, Burlington, Vt. 

Teacher of History and French, Hopkins Hall, Burlington, Vt., 1913-19. 

Walker, Amy Morehead, 1911, 1128 La Salle Street, Chicago, 111. 

Executive Chairman, Department of Women in Industry, Woman's Committee, Council 

of National Defenses, 1918. 
Married, 1914, Professor James Alfred Field. One son. 

Walker, Anna Martha, 1895, 2535 Ocean Front, Ocean Park, Cal. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin in the Los Angeles High School, Los Angeles, Cal., 1906-19. 

Walker, Esther, 1911, Died, 1914. 

Walker, Ethel, 1894, See page 14. 

Walker, Evangeline Holcombe, 1893, 

424 St. Ronan Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Assistant Principal, Treasurer and Director of the Ethel Walker School, Inc., Simsbury, 

Conn., 1918-19. 
Married, 1895, Professor Charles McLean Andrews. One son, one daughter. 

Walker, Evelyn, 1901, 119 Park Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Walker, Helen Edward, 1918, 

Care of Edward T. Walker, Esq., 418 Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago, 

Walker, Susan Grimes, 1893, Greenough Avenue, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Secretary, School Voters League, 1913-18. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Richard Y. FitzGerald. Three daughters, one son. 



76 Bachelors of Arts 

Wallace, Eleanor Wigton, 1903, 

Care of National Canners' Association, Washington, D. C; sum- 
mer : Eastport, -Me . 

Married, 1908, Mr. Henry Meech Loomis. 

Wallace, Elsie Amelia, 1907, 506 Lewis Building, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Aman Moore. One daughter. 

Wallace, Marjorie Newton, 190S, . . . .7 Grover Street, Auburn, N. Y. 

Married, 1910, Professor Robert Hastings Nichols. Two daughters, one son. 

Waller, Mary Kirk, 1908, River Forest, 111. 

Wallerstein, Ruth Coons, 1914, 

1754 Lanier Place, N. W., Washington, D. C, or 253 West Horter 
Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Confidential Junior Assistant, War Trade Board, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Walter, Marjorie Fannie, 1912, 

New Willard Hotel, Washington, D. C., or 115 West 57th Street, 

New York City. 

Married, 1913, Major Howard Lehman Goodhart, U. S. R. One daughter. 

Walters, Adeline B., 1896, 5712 Thomas Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Horace Edmund Guittou. 

Walton, Anne Garrett, 1909, 212 West Front Street, Media, Pa. 

Secretary, Peace Committee of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1916-19, and 
Volunteer Social Worker. 

Ward, Jane Shaw, 1905, Y. W. C. A., Shanghai, China. 

Secretary of the Y. W. C. A. of Shanghai, 1913-19. 

Ward, Miriam Elsie, 1914, 417 Narberth Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Editorial Work, Curtis Publishing Co., Philadelphia, 1915-17. 

Ware, Clara Crosby, 1910, 8 Loveland Street, Middletown, Conn. 

Married, 1917, Professor Hubert Baker Goodrich. 

Warner, Alberta Hinkle, 1905, Berwyn, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Harold R. Aiken. One daughter. 

Warner, Margaret, 1895, Tryon, N. C. 

Warren, Mary Edwina, 1914, . Care of Mrs. F. J. Warren, Savannah, Ga. 

Worker for American Red Cross in France, 1918-19. 

Washburn, Elizabeth Pope, 1917, 

2218 First Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Washburn, Margaret, 1908, 

2221 Humboldt Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Harold Olney Hunt. Two sons. 

Waterbury, Ada Florance, 1905, 

Care of Morgan, Harjes & Co., 31 Boulevard Haussman, Paris, 
France, or Convent, N. J. 

Red Cross Worker in France, 1918-19. 

Watson, Louise, 1912, Yarrow West, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Business Manager, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-19. 

Wattson, Florence Trotter, 1903, 

1892 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Mutter S. Hay. 

Wayne, Frances Charlotte, 1903, 4820 Florence Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Henry James Barr. Two sons 

Weaver, Beatrice, 1902, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Albert Reese. One daughter. 



Bachelors of Arts 77 

Weaver, Elizabeth Waldron Norman, 1915, 

78 Washington Street, Newport, R. I. 

Married, 1916, Major William MacLeod. One son. 

Webb, Celeste, 1910, 2742 Charles Street, Baltimore, Md 

Registrar, National Training School, Y. V, r . C. A., New York City, 1917-19. 

Webster, Mallort Whiting, 1915, 

3023 Clifton Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of History and Arithmetic in the Homestead School, Healing Springs, Va., 
1917-18. 

Weil, Mathilde, 1892, 212 West Washington Square, Philadelphia. 

Photographer and Reader of MSS., 1896-1919. 

Welles, Anna, 1908, 789 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1915, Mr. John Wylie Brovm. Two daughters. 

Welles, Carlotta, 1912, 7 Rue Charles Dickens, Paris, France. 

War Relief Worker, 1917-18. 

Wells, Ruth, 1911, Hanover, N. H. 

Werner, Adeline Agnes, 1916, . . 1640 East Broad Street, Columbus, O. 

Warden of Rockefeller Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Mr. Webb Isaiah Torys. 

Wesner, Mart Boyde, 1910, College Inn, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1916-19. 

Wesson, Ctnthia Maria, 1909, See page 14. 

Westling, Catherine Lillie, 1914, 

6820 Mower Street, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Assistant Librarian, Haverford College, 1917-18. 

Westling, Charlotte Hannah, 1917, 

Care of Jonas Westling, Esq.. 442 East Tulpehocken Street, German- 
town, Philadelphia. 

Weston, Dorothy Vivian, 1914, See page 14. 

Wetherill, Edith, 1892, 911 Clinton Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1900, Dr. Frederick Merwin lues. Two daughters (one t 1918), three sor.s. 

Weygandt, Sophia, 1889, 

105 West Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1894, Mr. John McArthur Harris. One son, one daughter. 

Whitcomb, Helen, 1918, 17 Strathmore Road, Brookline, Mass. 

White, Amelia Elizabeth, 1901,. .127 East 55th Street, New York City. 

Hospital Work in France, 1916-19. 

White, Anne Lindsay, 1914, 1615 Judson Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1918, Captain Paul Church Harper, U. S. A. 

White, Emma Yestine, 1909, . .616 Montgomery Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1914-19. Secretary, Carola Woerishoffer Department, Brvn Mawr 

College, 1918-19. 
Married, 1912, Professor Howard Hawkes Mitchell. 

White, Esther Mary, 1906, 

151 West Coulter Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Working with Friends' Reoonstruction Unit, Buzuluk, Samara, or Moscow, Russia, 1917-19. 

White, Leda Florence, 1904, 4119 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Assistant Professor in Statistics. Drexel Institute, Philadelphia. 1918-19. 

White, Martha Root, 1903, 

Care of Morgan, Harjes & Co., Paris, France. 

American Y. M. C. A. Canteen Department, France, 1919. 



78 Bachelors of Arts 

White, Mary Elizabeth, 1900, Care of C. 0. Milier Co., Stamford, Conn. 

Philanthropic Worker, 1909-19, 

Married, 1905, Mr. Charles O. Miller, Jr. Two sons (one t 1914), two daughters (one t 
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, 145 Milton Road, Rye, N. Y. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Benjamin Nields, Jr. Two sons. 

Whiting, Agnes Mary, 1894, The Manse, Deerfield, Mass. 

Worker in Metal, Deerfield Industries, 1907-19. 
Married, 1899, Mr. Philip Henry Wynne. 

Whiting, Elizabeth, 1904, 

224 East Wister Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin and French in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Whitney, Annie Leslie, 1909, 134 Adams Street, Milton, Mass. 

Teacher in Milton Academy, 1912-19; Volunteer Social and Red Cross Worker, 1913-19. 

Whittemore, Alice, 1910,. . .715 Madison Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Buffalo Seminary, Buffalo, N. Y., 1917-19. 

Wilbur, Constance Caroline, 1911, 

711 Grand Avenue, Asbury Park, N. J. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Joseph Frank McKeehan. 

Wilbur, Florence Lenore, 1910,. .417 Fifth Street, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Lewis Benjamin Wyckoff. 

Wilcox, Constance Huntington Grenelle, 1917. 

Care of George Augustus WUcox, Esq., Madison, Conn. 

Wildman, Anna Snowden, 1917, 1761 Q Street, Washington, D. C. 

Confidential Junior Assistant, War Trade Board, Washington, 1918-19. 

Wildman, Marion Kirk, 1910,. .811 West Main Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Perry William McLaughlin. One daughter. 

Wilkinson, Laura E., 1898, 2044 Master Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Asa M. Tyler. 

Willard, Mildred McCreary, 1917, See page 14. 

Willett, Martha Winslow, 1917,. .305 Walpole Street, Norwood, Mass. 
Willets, Katherine Taber, 1890, Died, 1908. 

Married, 1892, Mr. Alfred A. Gardner. 

Williams, Constance Martha, 1901, . .240 Adams Street, Milton, Mass. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Joseph Warren. Three sons, one daughter. 

Williams, Esther, 1907, 622 Leighton Avenue, Anniston, Ala. 

Married, 1916, Lieutenant. Robert East Apthorp. 

Williams, Helen Elizabeth, 1898, 

227 Washington Lane, Jenkintown, Pa. 

Married, 1916, Mr. John Woodall. 

Williams, Kate, 1900, 177 Thirteenth East Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Red Cross Worker, 1917-19. 

Williams, Kate Elizabeth, 1900, . . 485 Palmetto Drive, Pasadena, Cal. 

Williams, Katharine Delano, 1914, 

15 Common Street, Dedham, Mass. 

Student Secretary, King's Chapel, 1914-19. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Waldo Colburn Hodgdon, U. S. A. 

Williams, Margaret Sanderson, 1914, 

207 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1918, Captain Ray Edwin Gilman, C. A. U. S. A. 



Bachelors of Arts 79 

Williams, Marjorie Trueheart, 1918, . . 1606 Broadway, Galveston, Tex. 

Red Cross Worker, Galveston, 1918-19. 

Williams, Mary Almira, 1911,.. . .1333 Buckland Avenue, Fremont, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Homer Sherman. Three sons. 

Wilson, Edith Stedman, 1916, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Teacher in Miss Mills' School, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, 1917-19. 

Wilson, Elizabeth Dixon, 1908,. .844 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Student of Medicine, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1915-18. 

Wilson, Helen Adams, 1903, Morningside Farm, Hemet, Cal. 

Farming, 1917-19. 

Wilson, Helen Moseman, 1918, 

216 College Avenue, S. E., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Teacher of French in Mrs. Eastman's School, Grand Rapids, and Y. W. C. A. Work, 1918- 
19. 

Wilson, Margaretta Bailey, 1905, 

South Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Windle, Letitia Butler, 1907, 

20 East Washington Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Warden of Radnor Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 

Wines, Emma Stansbury, 1894, See page 14. 

Winslow, Philena Clarke, 1903, Cape Elizabeth, Me. 

Red Cross and War Relief Worker, 1917-18. 

Winsor, Elizabeth Ware, 1892,. .Dudley Road, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Assistant in Private School, 1916-19. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Henry Greenleaf Pearson. Three sons, two daughters (one t 1901, one t 
1906). 

Winter, Agnes Mary, 1907, 

146 West Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia, or Care of American Express 
Co., 11 Rue Scribe, Paris, France. 

Worker in France under Y. W. C. A., Organizing work in munition plants for women and 
girls, 1917-18. 

Witherspoon, Fannie May, 1909, 2 Jane Street, New York City. 

Withington, Mary Couch, 1906, . . 152 Canner Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Private Secretary to the Librarian, Yale University Library, 1918-19. 

Woerishoffer, Carola, 1907, Died, 1911. 

Wolff, Dorothy Sybil, 1912, 215 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Research Assistant, Consumers' League of Eastern Pennsylvania, 1918-19. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Paul Howard Douglas. 

Wood, Agnes Penman, 1912, 234 Walnut Avenue, Wayne, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Captain David Rupp, 3rd, U. S. A. (t killed in action, 1918). 

Wood, Bertha Gordon, 1898, 

122 Hawthorn Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Head Teacher, Cathedral School of St. Mary, Garden City, N. Y., 1910-19. 

Wood, Eleanor Dennistoun, 1902, 

Bryn Mawr, Pa., or 310 Sears Building, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Professor Joseph Clark Hoppin. 

Wood, Marnette, 1909, 1524 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Married, 1915, Dr. James Hollinnsworth Chesnutt. One son. 

Wood Mary, 1900, 902 Butternut Street, Takoma Park, D. C. 

Married, 1909, Mr. T. Willard Ayres. Four sons (one t 1916). 

Wood. Ruth Blanche Isabella, 1904, . .234 Walnut Avenue, Wayne, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Philip De Wolf. Two daughters. 



80 Bachelors of Arts 

Woodelton, Grace Adaline, 1908, 

1112 Melrose Avenue, Melrose Park, Pa. 

Student Nurse, Walter Reed General Hospital, Takoma Park, D. G, 1918-19. 

Woodruff, Clara Lucelia, 1904,. . . .207 Arthur Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Captain Robert, Alonzo Hull. Two sons. 

Woodruff, Lelia True, 1907, 

629 Church Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Francis Joseph Stokes. Three sons. 

Wooldridge, Grace La Pierre, 1909, 

2314 Lincoln Park West, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Edwin Peter Dewes. Three daughters. 

Worch, Margaret, 1918, 

Care of Mrs. Orray Taft, 204 Angell Street, Providence, R. I. 

Workman, Anna Cheney, 1905, 

Corner York Road and Ashbourne Road, Elkins Park, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Robert Money Stinson. Two daughters. 

Worley, Mary Celinda, 1917,. .1119 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

WORTHINGTON, LlLLA, 1916, 

244 Lexington Avenue, New York City, or 2109 South 16th Avenue, 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Manager of Dramatic and Motion Picture Departments, Brandt and Kirkpatrick, New 
York City, 1917-19. 

Worthington, Mary Dorothy Whitall, 1910, Died, 1912. 

Wray, Edith Sophia, 1901, Swayzee, Ind. 

Teacher of Languages in the High School, Swayzee, 1918-19. 

Married, 1904, The Rev. Clyde Cecil Holliday. One son, three daughters (one t 1909). 

Wright, Edith Buell, 1900, 739 East Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Wright, Lois Meta, 1903 Died, 1909. 

Wright, Mabel Clara, 1902, 5238 Catherine Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of French in the Girls' High SchooJ, Philadelphia, 1906-19. 

Wright, Marian Adams, 1891,. . . .135 St. Paul Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1893, Mr. Thomas Henry O Connor. One son, one daughter. Married, 1899, 
Mr. Timothy Walsh. One son, three daughters. 

Wright, Marion Lucy, 1901, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Married, i907, Major Robert Laughlin Messimer, U. S. A. One son, one daughter. 

Wyeth, Helen Elizabeth, 1906, 

Care of J. B. Wyeth, Esq., 2002 North 13th Street, Philadelphia. 

Organist of St. Mary's Church, Haddon Heights, N. J., 1918-19. 
Married, 1907, Mr. Joseph Otis Peirce. One son (t 1912). 

Yarnall, Emma, 1911,. . . .138 South Atherton Street, State College, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Albert Ogden Torse. Two sons. 

Yost, Margaret Jane, 1916,. . .400 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Young, Marjorie, 1908, 294 Ashmont Street, Boston, Mass. 

Research Department, Lewis Manufactoring Co., Walpole, Mass., 1918-19. 

Young, Rose, 1907, 34 South 17th Street, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Red Cross and Patriotic Worker, 1917-18. 

Zebley, Helen Mary, 1898, 

320 Springfield Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the Friends' School, Germantown, Philadelphia, 1902-18. 

Zeckwer, Isolde Therese, 1915,.. 106 North 34th Street, Philadelphia 

Student, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1915-19. 

Zimmerman, Helen Burn, 1917, Camp Hill R. D. 1., Cumberland Co., Pa. 

Secretary of Faculty, Penn Flail School for Girls, Chambersburg, Pa., 1917-19. 






Former European Fellows 81 

Former Holders of European Fellowships. 

Adams, Louise Elizabeth Whetenhall, 

366 Halsey Street, Brookyn, N. Y. 

Special European Fellow, 191G-17. Instructor in Latin, Smith College, 1918-19. 

Balch, Emily Greene, See page 17. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1889-90. 

Becker, Amanda Fredricka, . .5709 Von Versen Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

President's European Fellow, 1903-04. 
Married, 1911, Air. William Hardy Montague. 

Billmeyer, Helen May, See page 18. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1902-03. 

Bley, Helen Muller, See page 19 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1910-11. 

Bontecotj, Margaret, See page 9. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1909-10. 

Boring, Alice Middleton, See page 5. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1907-08. 

Botjrland, Caroline Brown, . , See page 5. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1900-01. 

Breed, Mary Bidwell, See page 5. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1894-95. 

Brooks, Harriet, 990 Queen Mary's Road, Montreal, Canada. 

President's European Fellow, 1902-03. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Frank H. Pitcher. One daughter, two sons. 

Brown, Vera Lee, Centreville, New Brunswick, Canada. 

President's European Fellow, 1914-15. Sessional Lecturer, McGill University, 1916-18. 

Brownell, Louise Sheffield, See page 22. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1893-94. 

Brusstar, Margaret Elizabeth, See page 22. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1911-12. 

Cady, Mary Louise, 600 Lexington Avenue, New York City. 

Marv E. Garrett European Fellow, 1906-07. Educational Secretary, National Board, 
Y. W. C. A., 1918-19 

Cam, Norah, See page 9. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1912-13. 

Campbell, Gertrude Hildreth, 

1547 Westminster Street, Providence, R. I. 

Marv E. Garrett European Fellow, 1914-15. Working in the Office of the Custodian of 
Alien Property, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Claflin, Edith Frances, See page 5. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1899-1900. 

Coulter, Cornelia Catlin, See page 5. 

President's European Fellow, 1908-09. 

Darkow, Marguerite Daisy, See page 28. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow,* 1915-16. 

Daw, Elizabeth Beatrice, See page 5. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow,* 1916-17. 

D'Evelyn, Charlotte, See page 5. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1915-16. 

Dodd, Katharine, See page 30. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow,* 1914-15. 

Duror, Caroline Austin, Died, 1916, 

President's European Fellow*, 1915-16. 

* Fellowship not held. 



82 Former European Fellows 

Eddingfield, June Christina, 120 South Spring Street, Mishawaka, Ind. 

Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellow, 1914-15. Teacher in the High School, Mishawaka, 
Ind., 1915-19. 

Ellis, Ellen Deborah, See page 5 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1901-02. 

Emery, Anne Crosby, See page 5. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1892-93. 

Fleisher, Eleanor Louie, See page 34. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow,* 1903-04. 

Foster, Frances Allen, See page 6. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1912-13. 

Gibbons, Vernette Lois, See page 6. 

President's European Fellow, 1912-13. 

Giles, Ellen Rose, See page 10. 

President's European Fellow, 1897-98. 

Hall, Edith Hayward, See page 6. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1903-04. 

Hamilton, Edith, See page 10. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1895-96. 

Hamilton, Margaret, See page 39. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1897-98. 

Hanna, Mary Alice, See page 6. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1913-14. 

Hardy, Cora, See page 40. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1899-1900. 

Harmon, Esther, See page 6. 

President's European Fellow, 1907-08. 

Harrison, Jane Annetta, La Plata, Mo. 

Ottendorfer Alemorial Research Fellow, 1910-11. 

Hill, Virginia Greer, See page 42. 

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, 1914-17. In France, 1917-18. 

Kleps, Marian Clementine, See page 49. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow,* 1916-17. 

Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, See page 6. 

President's European Fellow, 1898-99. 

Langenbeck, Clara, 

The Nelson, McMillan Street and Kemper Lane, Cincinnati, O. 

President's European Fellow, 1896-97. 

Leftwich, Florence, See page 6. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1895-96. 

Lewis, Florence Parthenia, 2435 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

President's European Fellow, 1899-1900. Associate Professor of Mathematics, Wellesley 
College, 1918-19. (On leave of absence from Goucher College.) 

Lewis, Mayone, See page 50. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1908-09. 

Lowengrund, Helen Moss, See page 11. 

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. 

* Fellowship not held. 



Former European Fellows 83 

Morningstar, Hblen, 1275 Franklin Avenue, Columbus, O. 

President's European Fellow,* 1916-17. Instructor in Geologv, Ohio State University, 
1917-19. • 

Morse, Kate Niles, 206 Lawrence Street, Haverhill, Mass. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1901-02. 

Nichols, Helen Hawley, See page 7. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1908-09. 

Nowlin, Nadine, 1144 Louisiana Street, Lawrence, Kans. 

President's European Fellow, 1906-07. Assistant Professor in Zoology, University of 
Kansas, 1913-19. 

Ormsbee, Hazel Grant, 2052 Catherine Street, Philadelphia. 

Marv E. Garrett European Fellow,* 1917-18. Social Worker, White- Williams Foundation 
for Girls, 1917-19. 

Park, Marion Edwards, See page 7. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1898-99. 

Parkhurst, Helen Htjss, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1913-14. 

Parris, Marion. See page 7. 

Bryn Mawr Research Fellow, 1906-07. 

Peebles, Florence, See page 7. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1898-99. 

Perkins, Elizabeth* Mary, See page 7. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1900-01. 

Perkins, Ruth, 302 Centre Avenue, Abington, Mass. 

Ottendorfer Memorial Fellow,* 1916-17. Graduate Student, Radcliffe College, 1917-19. 

Pinney, Mary Edith, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1911-12. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, See page 7. 

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, 1911-12, 1913-14. 

Rusk, Fern Helen, 309 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Special European Fellow,* 1915-16. 
Married, 1918, Professor John Shapley. 

Sampson, Lillian Vaughan, See page 13. 

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. 

Schenck, Eunice Morgan, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1910-11. 

Schmidt, Gertrude Charlotte, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1904-05. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, See page 7. 

President's European Fellow, 1905-06. 

Shields, Emily Led yard, See page 13. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1905-06. 

Smith, Thalia Howard, See page 69. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow,* 1917-18. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, See page S. 

President's European Fellow, 1901-02. 

* Fellowship not held. 



84 Former Resident Fellows 

Stttes, Sara Henry, See page 8. 

President's European Fellow, 1900-01. 

Swindler, Mary Hamilton, See page 8. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1909-10. . 

Timpson, Margaret Catherine ; See page 73. 

Bryn Maw'r European Fellow,* 1918-19. 

Traver, Hope, See page 8. 

Mary E. Garrett European Fellow, 1904-05. 

Tredway, Helen, See page 13. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1911-12. 

Turner, Bird Margaret, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

President's European Fellow,* 1917-18. Reader in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 
1918-19. 

Wade, Clara Louise Whipple, See page 75. 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow, 1904-05. 

Warren, Winifred, See page 8. 

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. Otten- 

dorfer Memorial Research Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1908-09. 
Married, 1914, Mr. Joseph Albert Mosher. 



Former Resident Fellows. 
Adams, Louise Elizabeth Whetenhall, See page 81. 

Fellow in Latin, 1917-18. 

Adair, Helen, 20 West 27th Street, Kearney, Neb. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1917-19. 

Albert, Grace, See page 8. 

Fellow in History, 1903-04. 

Allard, Beatrice, Summit Road, Wellesley, Mass. 

Fellow in Semitic Languages, 1916-18; Fellow by Courtesy and Graduate Scholar, 1918-19; 
Holder of Mary E. Woolley Fellowship of Mount Holyoke College, 1918-19. 

Almack, Mary Ruth, 214 South 6th Street, Coshocton, O. 

Fellow in Psychology, 1916-18; Demonstrator in Experimental Psychology, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1918-19. 

Atkinson, Mabel,. . . .28 Colville Square, Bayswater, London, England. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1902-03. Extension Uniyersity Lecturing, 1910-17. 
Married, 1914, Mr. Andrew Robert Barrett Palmer. 

Aven, Anna Ward, 401 East Market Street, Greenwood, Miss. 

Fellow in Latin, 1908-09. 

Married, 1910, Mr. William Madison Whittington. Two daughters (one t 1913), two sons. 

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., 

1125 New York Avenue, Pasadena, Cal., or 425 Cass Avenue, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Fellow in History, 1885-86. 

Married, 1891, Mr. George Orville Robinson (t 1915). 

Barnicle, Mary Elizabeth, 221 Messer Street, Providence, R. I. 

Fellow in English, 1915-16. » Instructor in English, Connecticut College for Women, 
1917-19. 

Bartlett, Helen, See page 5. 

Fellow in English, 1893-94. 

* Fellowship not held. 



Former Resident Fellows 85 

Baxter, Georgia Louise, . .Girls State Industrial School, Morrison, Colo. 

Carola Woerishoffer .Fellow in Social Economy and Social Research, 1917-19. 

Beckwith, Minnie Ada, 30 Home Street, New London, Conn. 

Fellow in Latin, 1903-04. Head of Latin Department in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 
1912-19. 

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. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Cambridge, 1894-1919; Special Commissioner 
in Massachusetts, 1895-1919; Member of Massachusetts Bar Association, 1918. 

Bills, Marion Almira, See page 5. 

Fellow in Psychology, 1913-15. 

Black, Marion Putnam, Cloverdale, Montgomery, Ala. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1916-17. Student, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1919. 

Blake, Sue Avis, See page 9. 

Fellow in Physics, 1906-07. 

Blanchard, Elizabeth Miller, See page 19. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1889-90. 

Boring, 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 Archaeology, 1909-11. 

Bramhall, Edith Clementine, Rockford College, Rockford, 111. 

Fellow in History, 1898-99. Instructor in History and Economics, Rockford College, 
1900-02, and Professor, 1902-19. 

Breckenridge, Marguerite Jennie, 

414 West Main Street, Grove City, Pa. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1916-17. Head of Department of Mathematics in the High 

School, New Kensington, Pa., 1918-19. 
Married, 1917, Mr. Howard S. Gilliland. 

Brombacher, Caroline Garnar, 177 Woodruff Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1896-97. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Sidney G. Stacey. 

Brooks, Harriet, See page 81. 

Fellow in Physics, 1901-02. 

Brownell, Jane Louise, See page 9. 

Fellow in Political Science, 1893-94. 

Brusstar, Margaret Elizabeth, See page 22. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1910-11. 

Burnley, Mary Cloyd, 1112 Grove Street, Evanston, 111. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1897-98. 

Married, 1909, The Rev. James Madison Stifler. Two daughters. 

Butler, Elsa May, .....' 51 East 53rd Street, New York City. 

Carola Woerishoffer Fellow in Social Economy and Social Research, 1915-16. Executive 
Secretary, Polish Gray Samaritans, War Work Council, Y. W. C. A., 1918-19. 

Byrnes, Agnes Mary Hadden, . . . .Dewey Hotel, Washington, D. C. 

Carola Woerishoffer Fellow in Social Economy and Social Research, 1917-1S. Statistical 
Tabular Critic, Bureau of Research, W r ar Trade Board, 191S-19. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, See page 5. 

Fellow in Biology, 1894-95. 

Cady, Mary Louise, See page 81. 

Fellow in Greek, 1905-06. 

Calderhead, Iris Gallant, 1415 Elizabeth Street, Denver, Colo. 

Fellow in English, 1912-13. 

Married, 1918, Mr. John Brisben Walker. 



86 Former Resident Felloivs 

Cam, Helen Maud, Paulers Pury Rectory, Towcester, England. 

Fellow in History, 1908-09. Staff Lecturer in History, Royal Holloway College, 1917-19. 

Campbell, Gertrude Hildreth, See page 81. 

Fellow in English, 1913-14. 

Chamberlain, Ethel Mary,. . . .320 Migeon Avenue, Torrington, Conn. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1908-09. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Gail Quincy Porter. Two sons. 

Chapin, Eunice Spalding, 1614 D Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Fellow in French, 1916-17. Instructor in French and Spanish, Lincoln High School, 
Lincoln, Neb., 1918-19. 

Clark, Mabel Parker, " See page 9. 

Fellow in English, 1889-90. 

Clarke, Mary Patterson, 721 Illinois Street, Lawrence, Kans. 

Fellow in History, 1906-07. Teacher of History in Missouri Christian College, Camden 
Point, Mo., 1915-19. 

Clough, Ida Prescott, Address unknown. 

Fellow in Latin, 1900-01. 

Cobb, Margaret Cameron, 322 London Street, Portsmouth, Va. 

Fellow in Geology, 1916-17. Instructor in Geology, Mount Holyoke College, 1917-18. 

Cole, Anna Lewis, 

The Piersonia, Baynton and High Streets, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1895-96. Instructor in French in the Germantown High 
School, 1915-19. 

Colin, Therese 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 Magnusson. One son. 

Coulter, Cornelia Catlin, See page 5. 

Fellow in Latin, 1909-10. 

Crawford, Thyra, 2213 Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia. 

Fellow in German, 1911-12. Teacher of French and Spanish, Kensington High School, 
Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Cummings, Louise Duffield, ■. See page 5. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1898-99. 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte, See page 5. 

Fellow in Greek, 1912-14. 

Davis, Elizabeth Louise, . .740 Mechanic Street, Jeff ersonville, Ind. 

Fellow in Latin, 1915-16. Teacher of Latin in the Emmerich Manual Training High School, 
Indianapolis, 1916-19. 

Davis, Sarah White, 53 Garden Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Fellow in History, 1910-11. Graduate Student, Radcliffe College, 1917-19. 

Daw, Elizabeth Beatrice, See page 5. 

Fellow in English, 1914-15. 

de Beauregard, Esther Toutant, 117 Collier Street, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1894-95. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Percy James Robinson. One son. 

De Schweinitz, Agnes, See page 9. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1902-03. 

Denis, Wiley, 

Chemical Laboratory, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1902-03. Chemist in the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 
1913-19. 

D'Evelyn, Charlotte, . . See page 5. 

Fellow in English, 1916-17. 



Former Resident Fellows 87 

Dover, Mary Violette, Holly Hotel, Charleston, W. Va. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1905-06. Head of Administration Laboratory of Women Chemists, 
U. S. Government Explosives Plant C of Hercules Powder Co., Wilmington, Del., 1918. 
On leave of absence from the University of Missouri. 

Downey, Katherine Melvina, Wheaton, Minn. 

Fellow in Physics, 1913-14. Scholar in Physics, University of Minnesota, 1917-18. 

Drake, Nellie Boyd, Broken Bow, Neb. 

Fellow iD Education, 1917-18. 

Duckett, Eleanor Shipley, See page 5. 

Fellow in Latin, 1912-13. 

Dudley, Louise, See page 5. 

Fellow in English, 1906-07. 

Dunn, Esther Cloudman, Low Buildings, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow* in English, 1917-18. Instructor in English Composition and Acting Director of 
First and Second Year English Composition, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-19. 

Eddingfield, June Christina, See page 82. 

Fellow in German, 1913-14. 

Eddy, Helen May, Marengo, la. 

Fellow in Latin, 1904-05. A.B. Supervisor of Foreign Languages, University High 
School, and Instructor in Latin, University of Iowa, 1918-19. 

Edmand, Marietta Josephine, . . .E. 1846 Ninth Avenue, Spokane, Wash. 

Fellow in Latin, 1897-98. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Frederick Perry Noble. One daughter. 

Edwards, Katharine May, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 

Fellow in Greek, 1888-89. Professor of Greek and Comparative Philology, Wellesley 
College, 1915-19. 

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. 

Fahnestock, Edith, See page 5. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1897-98. 

Fairbanks, Charlotte, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1896-97. Surgeon, American Woman's Hospital No. 1, Paris, 
France, 1918-19. 

Fairclough, Elizabeth Mary, Died, 1912. 

Fellow in Greek, 1893-94. 

Farnham, Lois Anna, See page 10. 

Fellow in History, 1901-02. 

Fogg, Emily, "Longlands," Hohcong, Pa. 

Fellow in History, 1897-98. Volunteer suffrage and patriotic worker. 

Married, 1900, Professor Edward Sherwood Mead. One son, four daughters (one t 1907). 

Foster, Elizabeth Andros, See page 10. 

Fellow in Latin, 1910-11. 

Foster, Frances Allen, See page 6. 

Fellow in English, 1911-12. 

Fowler, Eugenia, See page 10. 

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, 1907-19. 
Married, 1906, Mr. J. Edmund Wright (f 1910). 

Franklin, Marjorie Lorne, 514 West 114th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in Economics, 1914-15. Instructor in Economics, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

* Fellowship deferred. 



88 Former Resident Fellows 

Franklin, Susan Braley, See page 6. 

Fellow in Greek, 1889-90. 

Frehafer, Mabel Katherine, See page 35. 

Fellow in Physics, 1909-10. 

Friedline, Cora Louise, 2107 South 17th Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Fellow in Psychology, 1915-16. 

Frisbie, Edith, 2922 Regent Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1917-18. University of California. 1918-19. 

Gage, Kitty Augusta, New Paltz, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1885-86. 

Gates, Fanny Cook, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1896-97. Dean of Women, University of Illinois, 1916-18. 

Gentry, Ruth, See page 6. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1890-91, 1892-93. 

Gibbons, Vernette Lois, See page 6. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1911-12, Helen Schaeffer Huff Research Fellow in Physics, 1914-15. 

Gilroy, Helen Turnbull, See page 10. 

Fellow in Physics, 1911-12. 

Goodman, Byne Frances, 816 West Hill Street, Champaign, 111. 

Fellow in Economics, 1913-14. Instructor, University of Illinois, 1918-19. 

Goodrich, Grace Gertrude, Ripon, Wis. 

Fellow in Latin, 1911-12. Professor of Classics, Ripon College, 1914-18. 

Gordon, Wilhelmina, 

122 University Avenue, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in Latin, 1906-07. Instructor in English, Queen's University, Kingston, 1912-19. 

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. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1906-07, 1910-11. 

Grant, Mary Amelia, 1420 Polk Street, Topeka, Kans. 

Fellow in Latin, 1914-15. Instructor in Latin and Greek, Western College for Women, 
Oxford, O., 1915-17. 

Greene, Amy Blanche, 10 Deaconess Road, Boston, Mass. 

Fellow in Semitic Languages and Biblical Lkerature, 1915-16. Professor of New Testa- 
ment Literature and History, Boston University, 1918-19. 

Griffin, Hattie Josephine, Marshfield, Ore 

Fellow in Latin, 1899-1900. Government Clerk, Post-office, Marshfield, 1914-19. 

Gwinn, Mary, See page 6 

Fellow in English, 1885-87. 

Hahn, Dorothy Anna, See page 39 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1907-08. 

Haines, Jane Bowne, See page 10. 

Fellow in History, 1892-93. 

Hamilton, Edith, See page 10. 

Fellow in Latin, 1894-95. 

Hanington, Florence, Prospect Road, Rockcliffe, Ottawa, Canada. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1905-06. Teacher in the Ottawa Normal School, 1918-19. 
Married, 1907, Mr. Charles Reginald Carter. One daughter. 

Hanna, Mary Alice, : See page 6. 

Fellow in History, 1912-13. 

Hardcastle, Frances, 3 Osborne Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1894-95. Secretary, National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 
London, 1906-09, and of Northeastern Federation of Women's Suffrage Societies, 1910-17. 



Former Resident Fellows , 89 

Hardenbrook, Mildred, Valatie, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1914-15. 

Harmon, Esther, See page 6. 

Fellow in German, 1908-09. 

Harper, Carrie Anna, See page 6. 

Fellow in English, 1898-99. 

Harris, Elizabeth, See page 10. 

Fellow in Greek, 1890-91. 

Harris, Helen Marie, See page 10. 

Bryn Mawr Intercollegiate Community Service Association Fellow, 1917-18. 

Harrison, Elizabeth, 1 East Albert Park, Liverpool, England. 

Fellow in Greek, 1906-07. Teacher of Classics, Huyton College for Girls, Liverpool (with 

intervals), 1907-19. 
Married, 1911, Mr. Percy Fallowfield Kipling. Three sons. 

Harrison, Jane Annetta, See page 82. 

Fellow in German, 1909-10. 

Harrison, Julia Peachy, 

Margaret Morrison Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1913-14. Instructor in Chemistry, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 
Pittsburgh, 1918"-19. 

Haseman, Mary Gertrude, See page 6. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1913-15. 

Hatch, Laura, 1210 Astor Street, Chicago, 111 

Fellow in Geology, 1912-13. Instructor in Geology, Smith College, 1916-18. Working 
in France under Bryn Mawr College Service Corps, 1918-19. 

Hazen, Annah Putnam, 68 Washington Square, New York City. 

Fellow in Biologv, 1898-90. Bacteriologist, U. S. A. Base Hospital, Camp Lee, Va., 
1918-19. 

Hazlewood, Charlotte Williams, 161 Allen Avenue, Lynn, Mass. 

Fellow in Greek, 1898-99. 

Henry, Margaret Edith, Address unknown. 

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. Higher Grade Clerk, War Office, 1917-19. 

Highet, Mary Elizabeth, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in German and Teutonic Philology, 1896-97. Professor of German, Elmira College, 
1902-19. 

Hill, Sarah D., 27 South Emerson Avenue, Irvington, Ind. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1904-05. 

Married, 1908, Professor Milton D. Baumgartner. One son, one daughter. 

Hooper, Edith Sophia, Grove Terrace, Highgate, England. 

Fellow in English, 1900-01. 

Hopkins, Mary Delia, See page 11. 

Fellow in English, 1896-97. 

Horton, Goldie Printis, 504 West 32nd Street, Austin, Tex. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1912-13. Instructor in Mathematics, University of Texas, 1917-19. 

Howell, Janet Tucker, See page 44. 

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, 
1905-19. 

Hubbard, Alice Philena Felicia, 

Tyler Annex, Northampton, Mass., or Cedar Crest, Belton, Tex. 
Fellow in Romance Languages, 1914-15. Instructor in Spanish, Smith College, 1917-19. 



90 Former Resident Fellows 

Hughes, Winona Alice, 259 West Church Street, Marion, O. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1900-01. 

Hutchinson, Anabelle Roxburgh, 

Brookside, Catterick, Yorkshire, England. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1899-1900. French Lecturer, Homerton College, Cam- 
bridge, 1913-18. 

Hyde, Ida H., Lawrence, Kans. 

Fellow in Biology, 1892-93. Professor of Physiology, University of Kansas, 1899-1919. 

Hyde, Winifred Florence, 1039 C Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1902-04. 

Isham, Mary Keyt, 135 West 79th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1899-1900. Physician, 1904-19. Specialist in Nervous Diseases. 

Jarvis, May Mason, . . .742 E. Pennsylvania Avenue, San Antonio, Tex. 

Fellow in Biology, 1909-10. 

Married, 1911, Mr. George Stribling Newell. Two daughters, one son. 

Jones, Laura Lucinda, Box 353, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in English, 1894-95. Teacher of English, French and German, Coburg Collegiate 
Institute, 1898-1919, 

Kellogg, Angie Lillian, . . .108 South Massey Street, Watertown, N. Y. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1911-13. Instructor in Carola Woetishoffer Department of Social 
Economy and Social Research, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 

Keys, Florence V., . . 87 Avenue Road, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Greek, 1891-92. 

King, Georgiana Goddard, See page 11. 

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 82. 

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, 1905-19. 

King, Marie Seward, Silvester Place, Coxsackie, N. Y. 

Fellow in German, 1910-11. 

Lamberton, Helen, See page 11. 

Fellow in Physics, 1908-09. 

Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, See page 6. 

Fellow in Physics, 1897-98. 

Langenbeck, Clara, See page 82. 

Fellow in Biology, 1895-96. 

Lansing, Ruth. Wells College, Aurora-on-Cayuga, N. Y. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1911-12. Assistant Professor of Spanish, Wells College, 
191S-19. 

Leftwich, Florence, See page 6. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1902-03. 

Lewis, Florence Parthenia, See page 82. 

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, 1903-19; Manager of the Louth British (Elementary) School, 1904-19; Fellow of 
Royal Astronomical Society, 1916-19. 

Lorenz, Eleanor Mary, 

1500 East North Bend Road, College Hill, Cincinnati, O. 

Fellow in Geology, 1917-18. Teacher in the Lafayette Bloom Junior High School, Cin- 
cinnati, 1918-19. 



Former Resident Fellouis 91 

Lord, Eleanor Louisa, See page 6. 

Fellow in History, 1889-90, 1895-96. 

Lovell, Helen Louisa, 548 Church Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Fellow in Greek, 1887-88. Professor of Latin and Greek and Dean, Hardin College, 

Mexico, 1905-18. 
Married, 1896, Mr. John Wilson Million. Two daughters, two sons. 

Lowater, Frances, See page 6. 

Fellow in Physics, 1896-97. 

Lundie, Elizabeth Helen, Died, 1916. 

Fellow in Physics, 1905-06. 

MacDonald, Janet Malcolm, . . 123 East 3rd Street, Storm Lake, la. 

Fellow in Archaeology, 1917-18. Professor of Classics, Northwestern College, Naperville, 
111., 1918-19. 

MacDonald, Margaret Baxter, See page 6. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1898-99. 

Macleod, Annie Louise, Earltown, Nova Scotia. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1909-10. Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Vassar College, 1916-17. 

Maddison, Isabel, See page 6. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1893-94. 

Mann, Carrie Alice, Died, 1905. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1903-04. 

Marcuse, Bella, 1045 Fourteenth Avenue, W., Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 

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. 

Marx, Olga, 821 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Fellow in German, 1917-18. Graduate Student in German, Bryn Mawr College, 19 1S- 
19, and Teacher in the High School, Wayne, Pa. 

Mason, Gertrude Helen, 2627 Channing Way, Berkeley, Cal. 

Fellow in English, 1887-88. Private Tutor in English, 1905-18. 

Mathews, Irene Maud,. .Holly House, Duke Street, Sheffield, England. 

Fellow in Physics, 1910-11. Assistant in Physics Research Laboratory, Optical Glass 
Department, Messrs. Chance Bros., Birmingham, 1917-19. 

McCain, Gertrude Iona, No. 64, Delphi, Ind. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1911-12. Professor of Mathematics and Head of Department, 
Oxford College for Women, 1915-19. Ph.D., Indiana University, 1918. 

McNair, Grace Elizabeth, Brodhead, Wis. 

Fellow in History, 1900-01. 

Medes, Grace, See page 6. 

Fellow in Biology, 1913-15. 

Merrill, Katharine, 

Care of J. B. Pond Lyceum Bureau, Metropolitan Life Building, New 
York City. 

Fellow in English, 1890-91. Lecturer on the Theatre, 1915-18. 

Middaugh, Florence Knowlton, 411 Union Street, Jackson, Mich. 

Fellow in Economics, 1916-17. Special Expert, War Industries Board, 1918-19. 

Miles, Caroline, 620 West 122nd Street, New York Citv. 

Fellow in History, 1891-92. 

Married, 1895, Professor William Hill. 

Millman, Mabel Helen, 735 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in French, 1908-09. 

Married, 1912, Dr. Clarence Meredith Hinks. One daughter. 

Morningstar, Helen, See page 83. 

Fellow in Geology ,1915-16. 



92 Former Resident Fellows 

Morriss, Margaret Shove, See page 7. 

Fellow in History, 1907-08. 

Morse, Kate Niles, See page 83. 

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, 2600 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Fellow in History, 1899-1900. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Arthur Barneveld Bibbins. 

Neilson, Nellie, ' See page 7. 

Fellow in History, 1894-95. 

Nichols, Elizabeth, See page 57. 

Fellow in Biology, 1893-94. 

Northway, Mary Isabel, 

152 University Avenue, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

Fellow in Physics, 1900-01. 

Married, 1904, The Rev. R. J. Wilson. Two sons (one t 1907), three daughters. 

N'owlin, Nadine, .See page 83. 

Fellow 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 12. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1899-1900. 

Ormsbee, Hazel Grant, See page 83. 

Fellow in Social Economy and Social Research, 1916-17. 

Park, Marion Edwards, See page 7. 

Fellow in Latin, 1916-17. 

Parker, Emma Harriet, Charlestown,.N. H. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1893-94. Principal, Hindman Settlement School, Hindman, Ky., 
1915-19. 

Parkhxjrst, Helen Huss, See page 7. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1914-15. 

Parris, Marion, See page 7. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1905-06. 

Parsons, Vera Lillian, 70 Rusholme Road, Toronto, Can. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1913-14. Settlement Worker, Toronto, 1915-18. 

Paschall, Annie Goode, Died, 1895. 

Fellow in Greek, 1894-95. 

Peebles, Florence, See page 7. 

Fellow in Biology, 1896-97. 

Peebles, Rose Jeffries, See page 7. 

Fellow in English, 1907-08. 

Perkins, Elizabeth Mary, See page 7. 

Fellow in Latin, 1902-03. 

Perkins, Ruth, See page 83. 

Fellow in German, 1915-16. 

Perry, Lorinda, See page 7. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1911-13. 

Petty, Mary, 211 South Ashe Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1895-96. Teacher of Chemistry and Physics in the State Normal 
and Industrial College, Greensboro, 1893-95, and 1896-99, and Head of Department of 
Chemistry, 1899-1919. 



Former Resident Fellows 93 

Pinney, Mary Edith, See page 7. 

Fellow in Biology, 1910-11. 

Potts, Laurette Ettstis, See page 60. 

Fellow in English, 1899-1900. 

Powell, Lucy Reed, . . .5011 Fifteenth Avenue, N. E.. Seattle, Wash. 

Fellow in Greek, 1917-18. 

Purdie, Eleanor, Ortler, Prestbury, Gloucestershire, England. 

Fellow in Greek, 1895-96. Head Classical Tutor, Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham, 
England, 1898-1917. 

Rabourn, Sara Brewer Francis, Centralia, Mo. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1906-07. Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Fresno, 
Cal., 1917-19. 

Raetzmann, Hilda Marie, Reedsburg, Wis. 

Fellow in German, 1916-17. Instructor in French and German, Illinois College, Jackson- 
ville, 111., 1917-19. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, See page 7. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1902-03. 

Rambo, Eleanor Ferguson, See page 7. 

Fellow in Archaeology, 1916-17. 

Rand, Gertrude, See page 7. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1909-10, and Fellow in Psychology, 1910-11. 

Randolph, Harriet, See page 61. 

Fellow in Biology, 1889-90. 

Reed, Bertha, University of Montana, Missoula, Mont. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1906-07. Extension Lecturer, University of Montana, 

1914-18. 
Married, 1909, Professor George Raleigh Coffman. 

Reed, Margaret Adaline, . . . .500 Hawthorne Road, Roland Park, Md. 

Fellow in Biology, 1908-09. Collaborator in Department of Embryology, Johns Hopkins 

University Medical Department, 1915-18. 
Married, 1910, Dr. Warren H. Lewis. Two daughters, one son, 

Reimer, Marie, See page 7. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1899-1900, 1901-02. 

Reynolds, Grace Potter, See page 7. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1908-09. 

Reynolds, Minnie Beatrice, 

474 Upper Mountain Avenue, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Fellow in Greek, 1897-98. 

Married, 1903, Mr. James A. Kinkead. Four sons. 

Ritchie, Mary Helen, See page 7. 

Fellow in Latin, 1898-99. 

Rock, Amy Cordova, See page 64. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1894-95. 

Roe, Adah Blanche, See page 7. 

Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1911-12, 1913-14. Fellow 
in German, 1912-13. 

Rolfe, Martha Deette, 601 John Street, Champaign, 111. 

Fellow in Geology, 1914-15. 

Rosanoff, Lillian, 364 Alexander Avenue, New York City. 

Helen Schaeffer Huff Memorial Fellow, 1915-17. Instructor in Physics, Wells College. 
1917-18. 

Rusk, Fern Helen, See page 83. 

Fellow in Archaeology, 1914-15. 

Salisbury, Lena Belle, R. F. D. 5, Oswego, N. Y. 

Fellow in Latin, 1913-14. Teacher of Latin and Greek, Drew Seminary for Young Women, 
Carmel, N. Y., 1914-19. 



94 Former Resident Fellows 

Salmon, Lucy Maynard, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Fellow in History, 1886-87. Associate Professor of History, Vassar College, 1887-89, and 
Professor of History, 1889-. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, See page 7. 

Fellow in English, 1908-09. 

Satterthwaite, Sarah E., 2037 Franklin Avenue, Toledo, O. 

Fellow in Greek, 1886-87. 

Married, 1890, Dr. Francis Alexander Leslie. One son. 

Schaeffer, Helen Elizabeth, See page 7. 

Fellow in Physics, 1904-05. 

Schenck, Eunice Morgan, See page 7. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1912-13. 

Sewall, Hannah Robie, Forest Glen, Md. 

Fellow in History, 1888-98. 

Sewell, Dorothy Austin, Walton, N. Y. 

Fellow in Biology, 1917-18. Graduate Scholar in Biology, 1918-19. 

Shapiro, Rebecca, Marshfield, Wis. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1900-01. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Richard Strauss. One daughter. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, See page 7. 

Junior Fellow in Philosophy, 1904-05; Fellow in Philosophy, 1906-07. 

Sheavyn, Phoebe A.B., The University, Manchester, England. 

Fellow in English, 1895-96. Senior Tutor for Women Students, University of Manchester, 
and Warden of Ashburne Hall, 1907-19. 

Shoemaker, Jane Cushing, See page 13. 

Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1909-10. 

Shute, Helen Winifred, 331 Hammond Street, Bangor, Me. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1893-94. 
Married, 1900, Professor 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, Box 14, Cheyney, Pa. 

Fellow in Biology, 1900-01. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Philip Powell Calvert. 

Smith, Eva Maria,. .Girls' High School, Rotherham, Yorkshire, England. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1908-09. Head Mistress, Girls' High School, Rotherham, 1916-18. 

Smith, Louise Pettibone, See page 8 

Fellow in Semitic Languages, 1912-13, 1914-15. 

Smith, Minna Steele, Newnham College, Cambridge, England. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1894-96. Staff Lecturer in Mediaeval and Modern Languages, 
Newnham College; and Lecturer in English, Girton College, 1905-19. 

Smtth-Goard, Eunice Clara, 8 Summit Road, Wellesley, Mass. 

Fellow in English, 1909-10. Assistant Professor of French, Wellesley College, 1918-19. 

Southworth, Effie A., Loma Linda, Cal. 

Fellow in Biology, 1885-86. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Yolney Morgan Spalding (f 1918). 

Spalding, Mary Caroline, See page 8. 

Fellow in English, 1910-11. 

Spencer, Fannie Grace Clara, Ensenada, Porto Rico. 

Research Fellbw in Chemistry, 1909-10. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Thomas J. Phillips. Two daughters. 

Spray, Buth Gladys, 229 Rock Creek Church Road, Washington, D. C 

Fellow in Biology, 1912-13. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Edward Lawrence Griffin. One daughter. 



Former Resident Fellows 95 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, See page 8. 

Fellow in Biology, 1902-03. 

Stewart, Anne Amelia, 28 South Street, Halifax, N. S. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1886-87. 

Stocking, Ruth Jennings, Wickliffe, Lake County, O. 

Fellow in Biology, 1911-12. Assistant, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns 

Hopkins University, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Dr. Vernon Lynch (f 1918). 

Street, Jennette Atwater, . . . .47 Lakeview Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Fellow in Latin, 1895-96. 

Married, 1901, Professor Edward C. Jeffrey. One son. 

Sumner, Louise Maudsley, 1920 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Fellow in History, 1913-14. Teacher of History Evanston Township High School, 
Evanston, 111., 1918-19. 

Sweet, Marguerite, See page 8. 

Fellow in English, 1891-92. 

Swindler, Mary Hamilton, See page 8. 

Fellow in Greek, 1907-09. 

Taylor, Lily Ross, See page 8. 

Fellow in Latin, 1907-08. 

Thompson, Charlotte De Macklot, See page 13. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1896-97. 

Thompson, Frances D'Arcy, 

Care of Messrs. McCleod & Co., 31 Dalhousie Square, Calcutta, India. 

Fellow in Greek, 1911-12. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Robert J. Hallidy. 

Tibbals, Kate Watkins, Sandy Hook, Conn. 

Fellow in English, 1901-02. Teacher and Owner of Private School, 1917-18. 

Tobin, Eltse, . . 515 Lexington Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1917-19. 

Todd, Gretchen, Old Short Hills Road, Milburn, N. J. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, 1915-16. Instructor in Spanish, Smith College, 1917-18. 

Torelle, Ellen, 1632 Jefferson Street, Madison, Wis. 

Fellow in Biology, 1903-04. Recorder, University Extension Division, University of 

Wisconsin, 
Married, 1912, Mr. Lewis Bernard Nagler. One son. 

Towle, Elizabeth Williams, See page 13. 

Fellow in Biology, 1899-1900. 

Traver, Hope, See page 8. 

Fellow in English, 1903-04. 

Trewett, Lily Frances, Glen Allen, Va. 

Fellow in History, 1914-15. Worker in France for Y. M. C. A., 1918-19. 

Unger, Jeanette, 156 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Fellow in Economics, 1915-16. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Allen Thurman Kander. One daughter. 

Urdahl, Margerethe, See page 8. 

Fellow in Teutonic Philology, 1900-02, 1902-03. 

VanDeman, Esther Boise, Rome, Italy. 

Fellow in Latin, 1892-93. 

Vaughan, Agnes Carr, Wells College, Aurora, N. Y. 

Fellow in Greek, 1915-16. Assistant Professor of Greek, Wells College, 1918-19. 

Waddell, Mary Evelyn Gertrude, 

655 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1904-05. Private Tutor in Mathematics, 1912-17. 

Walker, Anna Martha See page 75. 

Fellow in Latin, 1905-06. 



96 Former Graduate Students 

Warren, Winifred, See page 8. 

Fellow in Latin, 1893-94. 

Weeks, Eula Adeline, Rich Hill, Mo. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1909-10. Teacher of Mathematics in the Grover Cleveland High 
School, St. Louis, Mo., 1915-17. 

Wergeland, Agnes Mathilde, Died, 1914. 

Fellow in History, 1890-91. 

White, Florence Donnell, See page 8. 

Fellow in French, 1907-08. 

Willcox, Marguerite, See page 8. 

Fellow in Chemistry, 1914-15. 

Wilkinson, Annie Lyndesay, 

7125 Greene Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. . 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1899-1900. 

Married, 1902, Dr. Joseph Head. Two daughters, two sons. 

Williams, Ella Cornelia, .... 530 Manhattan Avenue, New York City. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1885-86. Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Spence's School, 
New York City, 1892-1917. 

Willis, Gwendolen Brown, See page 8. 

Fellow in Greek, 1902-04. 

Winston, Mary Frances, .... 1401 McVicar Avenue, Topeka, Kans. 

Fellow in Mathematics, 1891-92. Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Washburn College, 

1913-19, 
Married, 1900, Dr. Henry Byron Newson (f 1910). Two daughters, one son. 

Wood, Ida, See page 8. 

Fellow in English, 1888-89. 

Woodbury, Margaret, 92 Jefferson Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Fellow in History, 1916-18. Graduate Scholar in History, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Young, Louise, 1130 Vance Avenue, Memphis, Tenn. 

Fellow in Philosophy, 1916-17. Dean of Women and Instructor in Philosophy, Hamline 
University, St. Paul, Minn., 1917-19. 



Former Graduate Students. 

Abbott, Fidelia Nichols, 1908-09, 

412 Douglas Avenue, Kalamazoo, Mich, 

Instructor in English, Kalamazoo College, 1918-19. 

Adaire, Nannie, 1904-05, See page 8. 

Adams, Edith, 1910-11, 24 Howe Street, Wellesley, Mass. 

Teacher in the Misses May's School, Boston, Mass., 1914-19. 

Adams, Eliza Raymond, 1893-94, See page 14. 

Adams, Elizabeth Darlington, 1915-16, 

23 South 3rd Street, Colwyn, Pa. 

Instructor in English, the Harcum School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1916-19. 

Adams, Louise Elizabeth Whetenhall, 1915-18, See page 81. 

Adams, Sophie Frances, 1902-03, See page 14. 

Agg, Rachel, 1911-12, 1100 South 2nd Street, Evansville, Ind. 

Librarian in the Public Library, Evansville, Ind., 1915-19. 

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 8. 



Former Graduate Students 97 

Albert, Grace, 1901-03, 1904-08, 1915-16, See page 8. 

Albertson, Alice Owen, 1909-10 See page 14. 

Albertson, Anna Mary, 1909-10,. . . .Green Gables, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Lester Collins. One son, one daughter. 

Alexander, Willa Bullitt, 1911-12 See page 14. 

Allard, Beatrice, 1915-16, See page 84. 

Allen, Elizabeth, 1902-04, .... 129 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1911-18. 

Allen, Hope Emily, 1905-06, See page 8. 

Allen, Jane, 1907-09, See page 15. 

Allen, Rosa Noyes, 1898-99, 180 High Street, Portland, Me. 

Private Teacher of Language, 1911-19. 

Allinson Susanne Carey, 1912-14, See page 15. 

Allis, Mary Elizabeth, 1902-05, See page 15. 

Allison, Edith Mary, 1909-10,. .827 Catalina Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Paul August Jesberg. 

Ambrister, Matjd, 1907-08, 

3 Kennedy Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Richard Thomas Wyche. One son. 

Amiss, Margaret, 1913-14, Miss Ransom's School, Piedmont, Cal. 

Head of English Department, Miss Ransom's School, Piedmont, 1918-19. 

Anthony, Alice, 1904-05, See page 15 

Archibald, Sara Elizabeth, 1894-95, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Married, 1897, Mr. John Alexander Macintosh. 

Armfield, Lucille, 1894-95, . . .148 North Union Street, Concord, N. C. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Frank Armfield. Two daughters, three sons. 

Ashburner, Elizabeth Atkins, 1904-06, 1908-09, .. .Address unknown. 

Ashford, Ethel Bright, 1910-11, 

79 Abbey Road Mansions, St. Johns Wood, London, N. W., England. 

Managing Director of Business Firm taking place of her brother on war service, 1917-19. 

Ashley, Alice Mary, 1913-14, 

3 Yateley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. 

Classical Mistress in the Edgbaston High School, Birmingham, 1918-19. 

Ashton, Dorothy Laing, 1916-19, .See page 15. 

Atkins, Emma Louise, 1894, See page 16. 

Auerbach, Lilli Hedwig, 1913-14, 

Bergstrasse 26, Koslin in Pommern, Germany. 

Aven, Anna Ward, 1906-08, See page 84. 

Babcock, Ruth, 1913-14, See page 16. 

Bain, Emma, 1889-90, 42 The Mendota, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1892, Professor Glen Levin Swiggett. One son (f 1912). 

Baker, Bessie, 1893-94, Died, 1899. 

Baker, Mary Ellen, 1910-11, 

Missouri University Library, Columbia, Mo. 

Head Cataloguer, Missouri State University Library, 1912-19. 

Baldwin, Alice Mary, 1908-09, "High Croft," Acworth, N. H. 

Teacher of History and Economics in the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1906-12, and 
Head of Department of History, 1912-19. 



98 Former Graduate Students 

Ballou, Marion Alcott, 1915-16, 417 West 118th Street, New York Ciiy. 

Opportunity Room for Blind Children, Board of Education, Jersey City, 1918-19. 

Baltz, Ellen Duncan, 1900-01, See page 17. 

Balz, Martha, 1912-13, 70 Kanonenweg, Stuttgart, Germany. 

Bareis, Grace Marie, 1897-99, 1902-06, 

201 West 11th Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University, 1908-19. 

Barker, Grace Sarah Taylor, 1909-10, 

208 Stratford Road. Guilford, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Brearley School, New York City, 1918-19. 

Barnes, Letitia, 1905-06, R. D. 6, Mercer, Pa. 

Teacher in the Albin School, Grove City, Pa., 1918-19. 

Barnett, Hazel Kathryn, 1915-16, See page 8. 

Barnicle, Mary Elizabeth, 1913-15, 1916-17, See page 84. 

Barr, Dora, 1893-94, Died, 1903. 

Married, 1900, Mr. William Brown. 

Bartholomew, Grace, 1915-16, See page 17. 

Bartholomew, Mary Eleanor, 1909-11, See page 17. 

Bartlett, Helen, 1892-93, 1894-95, See page 5. 

Bartlett, Marguerite Gold, 1914-15, See page 8. 

Bash, Amy 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 Edward Tilt. Two daughters, one son. 

Batchelder, Kathryne Chase, 1916-17, See page 8. 

Bates, Theodora, 1905-06, See page 8. 

Bauer, Ruth Elizabeth, 1914-15,. .222 Topeka Avenue, Topeka, Kans. 

Married, 1916, Dr. Clark William Zugg. 

Bausch, Mary Martha, 1917-18, Everett, Pa. 

Beardshear, Hazel Leoni, 1897-98, Oak Creek, Colo. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Lawren Miller Chambers. Two daughters, one son. 

Beardwood, Jane, 1912-13, See page 18. 

Beck, Louise Goebel, 1914-17, .... 227 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1917-19. 

Married, 1912, Professor Jean Baptiste Beck. 

Becker, Amanda Fredericka, 1902-03, See page 81. 

Beckley, Florence Nice, 1915-16, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Beckwith, M. Ethelwynn Rice, 1907-08, 

2032 East 115th Street, Cleveland, O. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College for Women of Western Reserve University, 

1910-19. 
Married, 1900, Mr. William E. Beckwith ( f 1904). 

Beckwith, Minnie Ada, 1907-08, See page 85. 

Bedinger, Maria Voorhees, 1892-93, See page 18. 

Beebe, Margaret Hyde, 1910-11, Nanking, China. 

Beechley, Lorette Jesse, 1900-01, 1902, 

1111 First Avenue, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Clifton Gustavua Crull. 



Former Graduate Students 99 

Beermann, Eugenie, 1914-15, 

Raestrup, Kreis Munster in Westfalen, Germany. 

Behrens, Margarete Emma Johanna, 1909-10, 

Jungfrauental 45, Hamburg, 37, Germany. 

Belart, Helene, 1916-17, Olten, Soleuve, Switzerland. 

Belding, Josephine, 1909-10, 22 Stinson Place, Windsor, Conn. 

Secretary, Loornis Institute, Windsor, Conn., 1914-19. 

Beliekowsky, Sadie, 1912-14, See page 8. 

Bell, Emma Virginia, 1909-10, . .604 North 3rd Avenue, Columbus, Miss. 

Clerk in Department of Military Aeronautics, West Point, Miss., 191S. 

Bell, Enid Rose, 1916-18, . . . 489 Manhattan Avenue, New York City. 

Stenographer Du Pont Engineering Co., Tullytown, Pa., 1918-19. 
Married, 191S, Mr. Gilbert J. Rich. 

Bell, Katharine Raynolds, 1917-19,. .No. 1, the Circle, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Graduate Student, Industrial Supervision Course, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Bennett, Ethel Mary, 1906-08, See page 9. 

Benson, Mary Estella, 1895-96, 

921 North Geary Street, Oklahoma, Okla. 

Berry, Emma Louise, 1897-98, 1817 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Latin in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1898-1919. 

Berst, Jessie May, 1898-99, 650 West 7th Street, Erie, Pa. 

Teacher of History in the High School, Erie, 1905-19. 

Betz, Martha, 1913-14,. . .881 North Michigan Avenue, Pasadena, Cal. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Harlow Shapley. One daughter, one son. 

Beyfuss, Margarete Fredie Bertha, 1913-14, Address unknown. 

Biddle, Maria Georgina, 1914-15, See page 18. 

Bills, Marion Almira, See page 5. 

Graduate Scholar in Psychology, 1911-13. 

Bird, Emily Maltby, 1911-12, Gwynedd, Pa. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Kenneth Ralph Knapp. 

Birdsall, Anna Palmyra, 1899-1900, Wallkill, N. Y. 

General Secretary, Y. W. C. A., Jersey City, N. J., 1915-18. 

Bishoff, Ruth Spies, 1903-04, 1905-06, 

17 East Stratford Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin in the High School, Lansdowne, Pa., 1912-18. 

Blackwell, Ethel B., 1891-92,. .175 Vreeland Avenue, Paterson, 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 Williams Allen, Jr. One daughter, one son. 

Blair, Kate Ruth, 1896-97, 407 King Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Teacher of Science in the West High School, Columbus, 1910-15, and Head of Science 
Department, 1915-18. 

Blake, Sue Avis, 1898-1900, 1904-06, 1915-17, See page 9. 

Blanchard, Elizabeth Miller, 1902-03, See page 19. 

Bliss, Eleanora Frances, 1904-06, 1908-09, 1911-12, See page 5. 

Bolwin, Lucretia, 1911-12, Deichstrasse, Geestemiinde, Germany. 

Bontecou, Eleanor, 1913-14, See page 19. 

Bontecou, Margaret, 1914-17, See page 9. 



100 Former Graduate Students 

Borden, Fanny, 1901-02, 618 Rock Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Reference Librarian, Vaasar College, 1910-19. 

Boring, Alice Middleton, 1904-05, See page 5. 

Boring, Lydia Truman, 1903-04, See page 20. 

Borthwick, Agnes, 1912-14, .... 66 Newton Street, Greenock, Scotland. 

Works Manager in Scottish Filling Factory, Georgetown, Paisley, Scotland, 1915-18. 

Bourland, Caroline Brown, 1899-1900, 1901-02, See page 5. 

Botjsquet, A. Carolina D., 1894-95, 427 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. 

Boyer, Martha Getz, 1910-11, See page 20. 

Boysen, Belle Douglass, 1912-14, 

123 Alliance Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. 

Secretary of Washington District Social Welfare League, Rochester, 1916-19. 

Boysen, Marie Jeannette, 1904-05, 

315 East First South Street, Carlinville, 111. 

Bradway, Margaret Saeger, 1915-17, See page 9. 

Brakeley, Elizabeth, 1916-17, See page 9. 

Bratlie, Elsa Sophie, 1916-17, Died, 1918. 

Brandon, Rose, 1914-15, See page 9. 

Branson, Anna Mary, 1903-05, See page 9. 

Breckenridge, Marguerite Jennie, 1915-16, See page 85. 

Breed, Mary Bidwell, 1899-1901, See page 5. 

Breidablik, Ellida Julie, 1917-18, 

217 North Brooks Street, Madison, Wis. 

Bresnehen, Vivian Honora, 1912-13, 

805 Virginia Avenue, Columbia, Mo. 

Instructor in English, University of Missouri, 1916-18. 

Brevitt, Jessie, 1889-90, 144 Wilson Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Brigham, Pauline Wight, 1901-02, Died, 1905. 

Bringardner, Ida Margaret, 1915-16, 

1138 Bryden Road, Columbus, O. 

Home Service Red Cross Worker, 1918-19. 

Brockstedt, Clarissa Beatrice, 1913-14, See page 9. 

Brook, Elizabeth Cable, 1913-14, Address unknown. 

Brown, Anna Haines, 1915-17, See page 9. 

Brown, Carolyn Trowbridge, 1902-03, See page 21. 

Brown, Dorothy Miles, 1914-15, East Lansing, Mich. 

Clerk in American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York City, 1917-19. 

Brown, Jeannette Swan, 1886-87, 

407 South 19th Avenue, Maywood, 111. 

Brown, Vera Lee, 1913-15, See page 81. 

Browne, Frances, 1914-15, See page 21. 



Former Graduate Students 101 

Brownell, Harriet Mather, 1906-10, See page 22. 

Brownell, Louise Sheffield, 1896-97, See page 22. 

Bruff, Anna Marie, 1908-09, Atlantic, la. 

A.B., Penn College, 1908. Teacher in the High School, Chariton, la., 1917-19. 

Brtjsstar, Margaret Elizabeth, 1907-10, See page 22. 

Bryne, Eva Alice Worrall, 1916-17, See page 9. 

Buchanan, Margaret, 1912-14, 15 Cobun Avenue, Morgantown, W. Va. 

Fellow in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Budd, Harriet May, 1892-93,. .706 University Avenue, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Luther Ogden Wadleigh. Three daughters, one son (t 1906). 

Buffum, Marianna Nicholson, 1906-07, See page 9. 

Bull, Emily Louisa, 1891-92, See page 22. 

Bulla, Lillie Elliotte, 1911-12, Burlington, N. C. 

Bunker, Marie Rowland, 1907-10, See page 9. 

Bunting, Martha, 1891-93, See page 5. 

Burchinal, Mary Cacy, 1905-07, 206 Church Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Head of Department of Foreign Languages in the High School for Girls, West Philadelphia, 
1912-19. 

Burnell, Elizabeth Frayer, 1910-11, 

2340 East 9th Street, Des Moines, la.; winter: 753 WhLtier Street, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Assistant Supervising Principal of Nature Study in Public Schools of Los Angeles, 
1918-19, 

Burns, Sarah Helen, 1914-15, 

508 South High Street, West Chester, Pa, 

Married, 1918, Professor Wilbur Harrington Korcross. 

Burnside, 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. 

Registered Nurse, Basin Hospital, 1917-19. 
Married, 1906, Dr. Herbert Taylor Harris. One son. 

Butler, Clare Wilhelmina, 1917-18, 

Elizabeth Peabody House, 357 Charles Street, Boston, Mass. 

Social Service Worker, Psychopathic Hospital, Boston, 1918-19. 

Byrne, Alice Hill, 1908-10, 1911-14, See page 5. 

Byrnes, Agnes Mary Hadden, 1916-17, See page 85. 

Byrnes, Esther Fussell, 1893-94, See page 5. 

Cadbury, Jr., Emma, 1901-02, See page 23. 

Cadbury, Lydia C, 1916-17, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Henry J. Cadbury. One daughter. 

Cady, Mary Louise, 1904-05, See page 81. 

Calderhead, Iris Gallant, 1910-11, See page 85. 

Caldwell, Effie Pearle, 1903-04, 

910 South Grand View Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1916, Dr. Amos Membory Marsh. 

Calfee, Marguerite Avelette, 1911-12, 

2821 Proctor Street, Port Arthur, Tex. 
Married, 1916, Dr. A. M. McAfee. One son. 



102 Former Graduate Students 

Campbell, Annie Catharine, 1908-11, 6334 Howe Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Teacher of English in theJSouth High School, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1916-19. 

Campbell, Gertrude Hildreth, 1912-13, 1914—15, See page 81. 

Campbell, Marian Elizabeth, 1900-01, 

515 South 5th Street, Ironton, O. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Ralph E. Mitchell. Three sons (one f 1910), one daughter. 

Canan, Marjorie Stockton, 1904-05, See page 23. 

Carroll, Anna Belle, 1888-90, Harveysburg, O. 

Volunteer Social Worker and Private Tutor. 
Married, 1892, Mr. Edgar Stinson. One son. 

Carroll, Josephine Eliza, 1911-12, 

632 Quebec Place, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Benjamin Saniarelli Franklin. 

Carroll, Marie Josephine, 1910-11,. .608 Wooster Street, Marietta, O. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Reginald Miller Tussing. 

Carter Jeannette Eva, 1891-92, Catawba, W. Va. 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, Florida State College for Women, 1918-19. 

Cartland, Mary Alice, 1904-05, . .19 Pearson Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Married, 190S, Mr. James G. Lewis (t 1917). Two sons. 

Caspar Adelheid Christine, 1912-13, Magdeburg, Germany. 

Chalufour, Aline, 1917-18, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Instructor in French, Smith College, 1918-19. 

Chamberlain, Susanna Wiley, 1898-99, 

237 East Terrace, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Chambers, Mary Hendricks, 1917-18, Eugene, Ore. 

Technician in Base Hospital, Camp McArthur, Texas, 1918. 

Champlin, Evangeline St. Clair, 1891-92, 1895-96, Alfred, N. Y. 

Research Work, Library of Congress, 1915-18. 

Chandlee, Edith A., 1901-02, 

610 East Washington Lane, Jenkintown, Pa. 

Secretary to Head of English Office for Friends' Mission, Paris, 1918-19. 

Chandlee, Elizabeth Betterton, 1907-08, 1912-13, See page 9. 

Chapin, Edith Burwell, 1899-1900, See page 24. 

( Chase, Margaret, 1916-17, See page 9. 

Chase, Josephine Alzaida, 1907-08, 8 Jarvis Place, Trenton, N. J. 

Federal Board for Vocational Education, Division of Rehabilitation, Washington, D. C, 
0.9 18-19. 

'Cheron, Jeanne, 1916-18, 24 East 94th Street, New York City. 

Cheyney, Alice Squires, 1915-18,.. 259 South 44th Street, Philadelphia. 

Graduate Student in Sociology, University of Pennsylvania, 1918-19. 

Chisholm, Mary E., 1891-92,. .161 North Menard Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1894, Mr. John Eldridge Northrup. One daughter. 

Choate, Augusta, 1905-06, 29 Fairfield Street, Boston, Mass. 

Associate Principal, Miss Guild and Miss Evans's School, Boston, 1918-19. 

Chubb, Ethel Leigh, 1909-11,. .280 Gilmour Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek in the Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1910-19. 

Claplin, Edith Frances, 1897-99, See page 5. 

Claggett, Edith J., 1904-05, Palmyra, Mo. 

Married, 1908, Mr. John Wainwright Evans. One son. 

Claghorn, Kate Holladay, 1892-93, See page 25. 



Former Graduate Students 103 

Clark, Agnes Elizabeth, 1905-06, 

90 East 18th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Assistant in English, Boys' High School, Brooklyn, 1918-19. 

Clark, Anna Whitman, 1914-16,. .117 Henry Street, Bingham ton, N. Y. 

Teacher of Science and Geography in Miss Hockaday's School, Dallas, Tex., 1917-18. 

Clark, Bertha May, 1900-01,. .William Penn High School, Philadelphia. 

Head of Department of Science in the William Penn High School, Philadelphia, 1909-19. 

Clark, Mabel Parker, 1890-93, See page 9. 

Clarke, Nancy Barnum, 1909-10, Brevard, N. C. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Henry Nash Carrier. 

Clothier, Hannah Hallowell, 1896-97, 

504 Walnut Lane, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Married, 1898, Professor William Isaac Hull. Two daughters. 

Cochran, Fanny Travis, 1904, See page 26. 

Coffin, Elizabeth White, 1899-1900,. . .R. F. D. 3, Greensboro, N. C. 

Married, 1904, Mr. John W. Lewis. 

Cole, Anna Lewis, 1906-07, 1910-11, See page 86. 

Coleman, Anne C, 1896-97, See page 26. 

Coleman, Jessie Hester, 1909-10, 609 East High, Oskaloosa, la. 

Instructor in English in the High School, Oskaloosa, 1912-19. 

Colin, Therese F., 1894-96, See page 86. 

Collins, Ruth, 1910-12, See page 9. 

Collitz, Klara Hechtenberg, 1904-07, 

1027 Belvidere Terrace, Baltimore, Md. 

Literary and Research Work, 1900-19. 
Married, 1904, Professor Hermann Collitz. 

Cons, Jeannette, 1913-14, 

34 Avenue du Chateau, Belle vue, Seine et Oise, France. 

In charge of a rest home for friendless soldiers, Bellevue, 1918-19. 
Married, 1909, Mr. Louis Cons. 

Converse, Helen Prentiss, 1901-02, See page 27. 

Cook, Ruth Hilma, 1906-07,. . . 115 Main Street, Easthampton, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Dr. Lucius Beverly Pond. One daughter, one son. 

Cope, Julia, 1896-97, 1905-06, See page 27. 

Corbus, Florence Ketchum, 1908-09, 

2116 De Lancey Place, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Frederick Godfrey Corbus. Two sons. 

Costelloe, Rachel Conn, 1908-09, 

96 South Hill Park, Hampstead, London, England. 

Hon. Secretary Women's Service Bureau, 1915-17, and Suffrage Worker. 
Married, 1911, Mr. Oliver Strachey. One daughter, one son. 

Coulter, Cornelia Catlin, 1907-08, See page 5. 

Cowan, Marguerite Jozelle, 1915-16, 

213 East First Avenue, Oskaloosa, la. 

Teacher of Latin and English in the High School, Hedrick, la., 1918-19. 

Cow an, Musa Kimball, 1902-03 Lane, Kans. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Paul M. Cory. One son. 

Cowgill, Marthanna, 1906-07, San Benito, Tex. 

Coyle, Margaret Hildegarde, 1907-08, See page 27. 



104 Former Graduate Students 

Coyle, Susan Edmond, 1902-03, 

1330 Nineteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant to the Principals, Miss Madeira's School for Girls, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Craig, Bess, 1902-03, 117 East Pine Street, Grove City, Pa. 

Mission Teacher, Mary Allen Seminary, Crockett, Tex., 1918-19. 

Craig, Marie, 1895-96, 117 East Pine Street, Grove City, Pa. 

Married, 19G2, Mr. Charles E. McConkey (f 1912). One son, one daughter. 

Craig, Olive Kelley, 1917-18, See page 47. 

Crane, Marion Delia, 1913-14, See page 9. 

Craven, Edith Chapin, 1915-16, See page 24. 

Crawford, Emily C, 1907-10, 36 East 49th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Latin in Miss Spence's School, New York City, 1910-17. 

Crawford, Emma Walker, 1904-05, See page 28. 

Crawford, Thyra, 1912-13, See page 86. 

Crighton, Lucile, 1910-11, 1716 East Beach Street, Gulfport, Miss. 

Head of Department of English in the High School, Jackson, Miss., 1917-19. 

Cummings, Louise Duffield, 1900, 1912-13, See page 5. 

Curtis, Margaret, 1907-08, Died, 1918. 

Married, 1916, Professor Hugh Hartshorne. 

Dale, Jennie, 1895-96, Grove City, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Morgan Barnes. One son, one daughter. 

Dame, Katharine, 1894-95, 5 Delaware Terrace, Albany, N. Y. 

Instructor in the New York State Library School, 1910-18, and Cataloguer, 1911-18. On 
leave of absence and working for the American Red Cross in Rome, 1918-19. 

Darkow, Angela Charlotte 1911-12, See page 5. 

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, 

4909 Ellsworth Avenue, East End, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Davis, Anna Laura, 1913-14, Guilford College, N. C. 

Davis, Esther, 1911-12, 18 Great Bridge, Staffordshire, England. 

Teacher of Latin and English in King Edward VI's School for Girls, Birmingham, 1912-18 

Davis, Mabel, 1905-06, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. 

Davis, Margaret, 1909-10, Tarboro, N. C. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Edward Cyrus Winslow. One son. 

Davis, Ruby, 1903-04, 1914-15, . . 124 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Teacher in the Friends' Academy, Moorestown, 1916-19. 

Davis, Sarah Ellen, 1905-06, See page 29. 

Daw, Elizabeth Beatrice, 1915-16, See page 5. 

Dean, Harriet Lulu, 1902-03, 

Whitman College Library, Walla Walla, Wash. 

Associate Librarian, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Wash., 1917-19. 
Married, 1904, Mr. Hans Julius Carstensen (t 1913). One daughter. 



Former Graduate Students 105 

Deems, Elsie, 1914-15, See page 9. 

Deitrick, Ethel, 1906-07,. .600 Thirteenth Avenue, New Brighton, Pa. 

De Laguna, Grace Mead Andrus, 1908-09, 

Yarrow East, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-19. 

Married, 1905, Professor Theodore de Leo de Laguna. One daughter, one son. 

De Long, Ida LeLa, 1912-13, R. R. 2, Hudson Falls, N. Y. 

Teacher in the Westtown Boarding School, Westtown, Pa., 1913-19. 

Denis, Willey, 1899-1901, See page 86. 

Denise, Edith. 1889-90, 718 Columbia Street, Burlington, la. 

Acting Dean of Women, Carleton College, 1918-19. 

D'Evelyn, Charlotte, 1913-15, See page 5. 

Dewell, Jessie Keyes, 1892-93, 548 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Dewees, Susan Janney, 1914-15, See page 30. 

Dewey, Elizabeth Braley, 1914-15 See page 20. 

Dickinson, Marianna, 1917-18, Boonville, Mo. 

Dillin, Margaret Sidner, 1909-10, See page 9. 

Dimon, Abigail Camp, 1898-99, 1901-04, See page 10. 

Dismorr, Margaret Stewart, 1910-11, 

33 Inverness Terrace, Hyde Park, W., London, England. 

Officer of Welfare and Health Section British Ministry of Munitions, 1917- IS. 

Dixon, Alice Louise, 1910-11, Elkin, N. C. 

Principal in the High School Traphill, N. C, 1918-19. 

Doan, Mary, 1915-16,. . .47 North Irvington Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Instructor in English. Friends' Select School, Philadelphia, 1917-19. Student, Haverford 
College Graduate School, 1918-19. 

Doneghy, Dagmar, 1916-17, Kirksville, Mo. 

Donnelly, Helen Mary, 1914-15, . .5046 Vernon Avenue. St. Louis, Mo. 

Teacher in the High School, University City, Mo., 1915-19. 

Donnelly, Lucy Martin, 1895-97, See page 31. 

Doolittle, Margaret, 1911-12, See page 10. 

Downing, Maud, 1903-11, Address unknown. 

Dreutlein, Mae Cecelia, 1903-04, . . 762 Park Avenue, Meadville, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. James Clement Shults. Two daughters. 

Drinkwateh, Geneva Holliday, 1917-18, Charleston, Mo. 

Droege, Mathilde, 1908-09, . . .390 Wadsworth Avenue, New York City. 

Teacher of Geography in the Brearley School, New York City, 1914-19. 

Duckett, Eleanor Shipley, 1911-12, 1913-14, See page 5. 

Dudley, Louise, 1905-06, 1910, See page 5. 

Dunbar, Ruth Juliette, 1910-11 75 Division Street, Ashtabula, O. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Carey S. Sheldon, Jr. One son. 

Dunn, Esther Cloudman, 1915-17, See page 87. 

Duror, Caroline Austin, 1914-15, See page 81. 

Dyer, Mildred, 1911-12, Missoula, Mont. 

Head of Department of Modern Languages, in the County High School, Missoula, 1916-19. 

Eames, Elisabeth Alward, 1915-16, Wahiawa, Oahu, H. T. 



106 Former Graduate Students 

Earle, Jane Marion, 1915-17,.. . . 11 Bramley Hill, Croydon, England. 
East, Helen Clare, 1914-15, 2230 Central Street, Evanston, 111. 

Head of Latin Department in the High School, Dowagiac, Mich., 1916-19. 

Eastland, Noema Euphemia, 1913-14, 

1226 North 18th Street, Waco, Tex. 

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, . . . State Normal School, Trenton, N. J. 

Instructor in Chemistry, New Jersey State Normal School, 1904-19. 

Eddingfield, June Christina, 1912-13, See page 82. 

Edwards, Alma Taylor, 1907-08, Salemburg, N. C. 

Edwards, Edith, 1901-02, See page 32. 

Edwards, Elizabeth Mary, 1912-14, 

10 Breckside Park, Liverpool, England. 

Chief Clerk, George H. Edwards & Co., Liverpool, 1916-19, and Part Time Lecturer, 
University of Liverpool, School of Social Science, 1916-19. 

Edwards, Susie Verle, 1916-17, . . 228 College Avenue, Richmond, Ind. 

Teacher of Latin, Garfield Junior High School, Richmond, 1918-19. 

Ehlers, Bertha Sophie, 1914-17, See page 32. 

Eisenhower, Anna Belle, 1903-04, 

802 De Kalb Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Head of French Department in the Friends' Central School, Philadelphia, 1907-19. 

Elmore, May Terry, 1898-1900, 

109 West Chemung Place, Elmira, N. Y. 

Head of English Department in the Dwight School, Englewood, N. J., 1901-19. 

Emery, Agnes, 1886-87, 627 Louisiana Street, Lawrence, Kans. 

Emery, Anne Crosby, 1890, 1892-93, 1895-96, See page 5. 

Engelmann, Susanne Charlotte, -1912-13, 

Fasanenstrasse 65, Berlin W. 15, Germany. 

Eno, Sara Wooster, 1912-17, 821 Sixth Street, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Special Agent, JJ. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Mr. Edward Bragg Sherman. 

Evans, Mayetta J., 1893-94, Santa Monica, Cal. 

Everett, Dorothy, 1916-17, 

The Gables, Park Avenue, Kings Lynn, England. 

Ewald, Marina, 1912-13, 

Kaiserin Augustastrasse 78, Berlin W. 10, Germany. 

Ewart, Jean Cossar, 1912-13,. . .135 Cameron Street, Ottawa, Canada. 

Training for Reconstruction Aide, 1918. 

Ewerth, Martha, 1913-14, Zoppot bei Danzig, Germany. 

Fabin, Madeleine Charlotte, 1917-18, 

University of Wisconsin, Madi,son, Wis. 

Instructor in French, University of Wisconsin, 1918-19. 

Fahnestock, Edith, 1901-02, 1906-07, See page 5. 

Failing, Katharine Frederika, 1904-05, See page 33. 

Farnham, Lois Anna, 1900-01, See page 10. 



Former- Graduate Students 107 

Fawcett, Mary Eliza, 1914-15, Corvallis, Ore. 

Dean of Women, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, 1915-19. 
Married, Mr. George Ellworth Fawcett (t 1900). 

Fay, Mary Luella, 1897-98, See page 10. 

Feder, Leah Hannah, 1917-18,. . .83 Bloomfield Avenue, Passaic, N. J. 

Carola Woerishoffer Felloe, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Fernald, Grace Maxwell, 1904-06, 

State Normal School, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Teacher of Psychology and Pedagogy in the State Normal School, Los Angeles, Cal., 
1911-17. 

Field, Ada Martitia, 1898-99, 1900-02, 

George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn. 

Associate Professor of Home Economics, Peabody College for Teachers, 1914-19. 

Fillius, Ella Sabin, 1903-04, Caldwell, Idaho. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Benjamin Merrill Holt. One son. 

Flather, Mary Drusilla, 1917-18, Lowell, Mass. 

Fellow in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Fleisher, Eleanor Louie, 1903-04, See page 34. 

Flickinger, Alice, 1905-06, See page 10. 

Fogg, Emily, 1898-99, See page 87. 

Forman, Elizabeth Betterton Chandlee, 1911-13, See page 9. 

Foster, Elizabeth Andros, 1908-10, See page 10. 

Foster, Frances Allen, 1909-11, 1913-14, See page 6. 

Fowler, Eugenia, 1901-02, 1908-09, See page 10. 

Fowler, Laura, 1910-11, See page 35. 

Francisco, Lucy, 1895-97, 228 Fitz Avenue, S. W., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Thomas Newby. 

Frank, Grace, 1908-10, 1913-16,. . .219 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Patriotic and Philanthropic Work, 1917-19. 
Married, 1907, Professor Tenney Frank. 

Franklin, Alice Darc, 1916-18, 514 West 114th Street, New York City. 

Columbia University School of Architecture, 1918-19. 

Franklin, Marjorie Lorne, 1913-14, See page 87. 

Franklin, Susan Braley, 1890-93, 1901, 1901-03 See page 6. 

Fraser, Jean, 1912-13, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. 

Lecturer in English, Brandon College, 191S-19. 

Freeman, Mary L., 1880-87, .... 85 Howell Street, Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Frehafer, Mabel Kathryn, 1910-11, 1912-13, See page 35. 

Fricke, Eleanor Frances, 1907-08, 

14 Harrison Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Albert Gordon Peterkin, Jr. Two sons. 

Friedlander, Esther, 1893-94, 

2803 Second Avenue, South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Room Principal and Senior Teacher of Latin in the South High School, Minneapolis, 
1904-19. 

Fry, Anna Delany, 1899, See page 35. 

Fuller, Helen Genevieve, 1915-17, Amesbury, Mass. 

Assistant Secretary, Massachusetts Minimum Wage Commission, Boston, 1918-19. 



108 Former Graduate Students 

Fullerton, Katharine, 1901-02, 1903-04, Princeton, N. J. 

Writer, 1910-19. 

Married, 1910, Professor- Gordon Hall Gerould. One son. 

Furnas, Edith, 1898-99, 709 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Instructor, Evanston Township High School, 1918-19. 

Furnas, Marcia Moore, 1909-10, 

The Elms, Route O, Box 160, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Chief of Circulation Department, Indianapolis Public Library, 1917-19. 

Gabel, Leona Christine, 1917-18, 

1102 Butternut Street, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Fellow in History, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Gabriel, Grace Ethel, 1911-12, 

1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, Des Moines, la. 

Teacher in the East High School, Des Moines, 1908-19. 

Galabert, Juliette Michel, 1913-14, 

Rue du Bourg, Frontignan, France. 

Professor of Literature, Ecole normale d'Institutrices, Chateauroux, France, 1914-17. 

Galbraith, Anne White, 1916-17,. .965 High Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

Teacher in the High School, Williamsport, Pa., 1917-18. 

Gale, Mary Eastman, 1888-90, .... 176 Pleasant Street, Laconia, N. H. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Charles Bell Hibbard. One son (t 1900), one daughter (f 1902). 

Gardner, Claribel, 1893-94, Died, 1897. 

Gardner, Julia Anna, 1906-07, See page 10. 

Garlow, Lulu, 1894-97, Died, 1897. 

Gates, Fanny Cook, 1895-96, See page 88. 

Gatewood, Ethel Geneva, 1911-12, Crown City, O. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School, Eureka, Mont., 1915-17. 

Geddes, Helen Corey, 1912-15, 

1377 Commonwealth Avenue, Allston, Mass. 

Librarian, Second National Bank of Boston, 1918-19. 

Geer, Helena, 1903-04, Barnard College, New York City. 

Lecturer in German, Barnard College, 1918-19. 

George, Margaret Madeleine, 1915-16, Sudlersville, Md. 

Instructor in the High School, Sudlersville, 1916-18. 

Gerhard, Elizabeth Hill, 1911-12, See page 10. 

Gerlach, Elna, 1909-10, Bischofsburg, East Prussia, Germany. 

Gibbons, Vernette Lois, 1913-14, See page 6. 

Gildner, Laura May, 1914-15, 611 West 111th Street, New York City. 

Tutor, 1915-18. 

Giles, Ellen Rose, 1896-98, See page 10. 

Gilliland, Margaret, 1912-13., Gettysburg, Pa. 

Teacher in the High School, Clearfield, Pa., 1917-19. 

Gilroy, Helen Turnbull, 1910-11, 1914-15, See page 10. 

Gleim, Mary Agnes, 1912-14, See page 10. 

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, Address unknown. 

Married, 1893, Mr. Corydon M. Rich. 



Former Graduate Students 109 

Goff, Leah, 1889-90, 1893-94, See page 10. 

Goodall, Winifred, 1917-19, See page 37. 

Goodwin, Mart Merrick, 1911-13, See page 10. 

Gordon, Wilhelmina, 1905-06, See page 88. 

Goudge, Mabel Ensworth, 1909-10, 

101 Victoria Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Ohio State University, 1918-19. 
Married, 1918, Mr. Harry Woken Crane. 

Grabill, Winogene, 1896-97, 709 College Street, Beloit, Wis. 

Instructor in English, Beloit College, 1917-19. 
Married, 1907, Professor Robert Coit Chapin (t 1913). 

Gragg, Florence Alden, 1899-1900, 

234 Crescent Street, Northampton, Mass. 

Professor of Latin, Smith College, 1916-19. 

Graham, Minnie Almira, 1911-12, See page 6. 

Gray, Agnes Woodbury, 1895-96, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1894, Professor Henry 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, 1911-19. 

Greene, Inez Abigail, 1908-09,. . . .629 Russell Street, Lafayette, Ind. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Louis Agassiz Test. One son, one daughter. 

Greenough, Bertha Clark, 1917-18, See page 10. 

Greenwood, Celia Daphne, 1901-02, Princeton, 111. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Harry McManis. 

Grice, Ettalene Mears, 1912-14,. . . . 341 King Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Grieb, Marion Edith, 1916-17, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Grimes, Ethel, 1898-97, . . . 1546 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kans. 

Married, 1901, Mr. J. H. Outland. 

Grossmann, Bella Mira, 1896, See page 38. 

Grtjening, Martha, 1909-10, 505 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

Guy, Ruth Alline, 1912-13, 335 Convent Avenue, New York City. 

In charge of American Red Cross Hospital for Children in France, 1918-19. 

Gwinn, Mary, 1887-88, See page 6. 

Hackenberg, Erna Mathilde, 1912-13, 

Hansastrasse 15, Barmen-Toelleturm, Germany. 

Hackney, Henryanna Clay, 1895-96, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1905, Mr. David White. One daughter. 

Haines, Jane Bowne, 1891-92, 1893-94, See page 10. 

Haines, Mary, 1891-92, 1206 Twenty-first Street, Des Moines, la. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Frank Irving Herriott. Three sons, two daughters. 

Hale, Mabel, 1908-09, 137 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Instructor in Latin, Miss Chapin's School, New York City, 1911-19. 

Hall, Edith Hayward, 1900-03, 1905-09, See page 6. 

Hall, Florence, 1888-89, 315 Cedar Lane, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Married, 1897, Mr. John C. Philips. One son, two daughters. 

Halle, Marion Rebecca, 1917-18, See page 10. 

Hallett, Sarah Newton, 1914-15, 

42 Pocasset Avenue, Providence, R. I. 



110 Former Graduate Students 

Hammer, Christine Potts, 1912-13, 1916-17, See page 39. 

Hanna, Mart Alice, 1911-12, 1914-16, See page 6. 

Hanington, Florence, 1904-05, See page 88. 

Harbach, Maude Amelia, 1900-01,. . .2221 Union Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Hardcastle, Frances, 1892-93, See page 88. 

Hardin, Virginia, 1914-15, 1312 Josephine Street, Denver, Colo. 

Teacher of English and History in the High Schools, Denver, 1915-18. 

Hardenbrook, Mildred, 1911-12, 1913-14, 1915-16, See page 89. 

Harding, Flora Keziah, 1903-04, Mars Hill, N. C. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Mars Hill College, 1913-19. 
Married, 1908, Mr. Jacob Tatum Eaton (t 1918). 

Harley, Katharine Venai, 1912-13, See page 40. 

Harmon, Esther, 1906-07, See page 6. 

Harper, Carrie Anna, 1896-97, See page 6. 

Harper, Ethel, 1910-11, See page 40. 

Harper, Florence May, 1914-16, 

190 Columbus Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Secretary-Stenographer, National Board of Fire Underwriters, 1918-19. 
Married, 1916, Mr. John Grainger Lloyd. 

Harrington, Emily Bevan, 1895-96, Died, 1906. 

Harris, Helen Marie, 1917-18, See page 10. 

Harrison, Jane Annetta, 1913-14, 1915-16, See page 82. 

Harrison, Miriam Alice, 1892-93, . . 2050 Vina Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1904, The Rev. Stephen Stanton Myrick. Two sons, one daughter. 

Harrison, Susan Rachel, 1885-87, 

206 North Friends' Avenue, Whittier, Cal. 

Member of School Board, Whittier, 1912-19. 
Married, 1893, Mr. Allen Clifford Johnson. 

Hart, Anne Beryl Griffin, 1917-18, 

Care of William Richard Hart, Esq., County Bank Building, Iowa 
City, la. 

Harvey, Helen Frances, 1915-16, 

233 North Professor Street, Oberlin, O. 

Instructor in Biology, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 1916-18. 

Haseman, Mary Gertrude, 1911-13, See page 6. 

Haskell, Caroline Flora, 1897-98, Marshalltown, la. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Ira Oscar Kemble. One son. 

Hattersley, Mabel, 1910-11, Address unknown. 

Haupt, Istar Alida, 1917-18, See page 10. 

Hawk, Grace Ethel, 1917-18, 134 South 11th Street, Reading, Pa. 

Fellow in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Hawkins, Alice Martin, 1916-19, See page 41. 

Hawkins, Emma Jean, 1902-03, Malone, N. Y. 

Hazen, Annah Putnam, 1897-98, See page 89. 

Head, Harriet Frazier, 1895-96, See page 41. 

Head, Margaret Louise, 1911-12,. . 1101 Pratt Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Walther Buchen. Two daughters. 






Former Graduate Students 111 

Heath, Mary Bailey, 1893-94, Halifax, N. C. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Waldemar Lee. Two daughters. 

Hedges, Olive, 1904-05, 740 Hawthorne Road, Newcastle, Ind. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Ernest Robert Payne. One son. 

Heffner, Barbara, 1909-10, Heinestrasse 2, Wiirzburg, Germany. 

Married, 1911, Dr. Hugo Noll. 

Hege, Flora, 1910-11, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1918, Professor Montrose T. Burrows. 

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, 1913-18. 

Married, 1911, Dr. James Henry Kenyon. Two daughters. 

Hemperly, Catharine, 1910-11, 1626 Green Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Instructor in Chemistry, Wells College, 1918-19. 

Henley, Florence Ruth, 1899-1900, 

3132 North New Jersey Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1906, Dr. Murray Nathan Hadley. Three sons. 

Heritage, Gertrude Langden, 1899-1900, 1909-10, See page 10. 

Hewitt, Jessie Germain, 1908, See page 42. 

Hibbard, Helen Ruth, 1916-18, 127 South Euclid Avenue, Bellevue, Pa. 

District Supervisor, Department of Civilian Relief, Boston Metropolitan Chapter American 
Red Cross, 1918-19. 

Hiestand, Eleanor M., 1890-93, 1022 Clinton Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1893, Mr. William Moore. 

Hill, Sarah D., 1903-04, See page 89. 

Hill, Catherine Utley, 1917-18, See page 11. 

Hilles, Margaret Hill, 1899-1900, See page 42. 

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. Melzel. 

Hodge, Helen Henry, 1901-04, See page 11. 

Hoehne, Frida Margarete Clara, 1915-16, 

Durerstrasse 39, Berlin-Lichterfelde, W., Germany. 

Hogue, Mary Jane, 1905-07, . . 503 North High Street, West Chester, Pa. 

Technician, Base Hospital, Fort Sill, Okla., 1918-19. 

Holmes, Mary Davis, 1905-06, Woodland, N. C. 

Hood, Ida Mary, 1912-13, Leeds Station, Sioux City, la. 

Instructor in Inorganic Chemistry, Iowa State College, 1918-19. 

Hopkins, Edna Pierson, 1910-11, 

Care of Prudential Trust Co., Topeka, Kans. 
LL.B., Washburn Law School, 1918. 

Hopkins, Mary Delia, 1897-98, See page 11. 

Hopp, Marie, 1912-13, Barnard College, New York City. 

Horine, Anna Mary, 1902-03, Fairbanks, Alaska. 

Married, 1905, Mr. John Franklin Zimmerman. 

Horn, Lois Anna Farnham, 1913-14, See page 10. 



112 Former Graduate Students 

Horst, Mary Elizabeth, 1902-04, Myerstown, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Elmer Lends Mohn. Married, 1912, Dr. Harvey D. Miller. One 
daughter. 

Hotchkiss, Ruth, 1907-09, 50 Atlas Street, Akron, O. 

Teacher of History in the South High School, Akron, 1911-18. 

Howard, Hazel Antoinette, 1906-07, 117 Berkeley Way, Whittier, Cal. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Herbert Elmore White. 

Howland, Marcella, 1891-92, Died, 1894. 

Howson, Emily Elizabeth, 1910-13, See page 11. 

Hoyt, Helen Strong, 1897-99, See page 11. 

Hubbard, Alice Philena Felicia, 1913-14, 1915-16, See page 89. 

Hudson, Hilda Phoebe, 1910-11, 

34 Birdhurst Road Croydon, Surrey, England. 

Subsection Director, Aircraft Production, Ministry of Munitions, 1918-19. 

Hudson, Margaret Elizabeth, 1912-13, See page 44. 

Huebener, Helen J., 1904-08, 

Care of Mr. Wheeler H. Peckham, Davenport Neck, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 

Teacher of French in Dana Hall, Wellesley, Mass., 1911-19. 

Huff, Frances Josephine, 1908-09, Bridgeport, Tenn. 

Hull, Dorothy Palmer, 1914-15, . . . 484 Hope Street, Providence, R. I. 

Secretary and Teacher of Greek and Stenography, Wykeham Rise, Washington, Conn., 
1916-19. 

Hulley, Harriet Spratt, 1913-14, 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Assisting in Surgeon General 4 s Office, Washington, D. C, 1918. 
Married, 1918, Professor Dunham Jackson. 

Hunley, Ethel Virginia, 1915-16, 

400 West 160th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Paul Imbrie Johnston. One daughter. 

Hunnicutt, Gertrude Oren, 1895-96, Address unknown. 

Hunt, Elizabeth Pinney, 1917-18 See page 60. 

Hunter, Mary Jo, 1910-11, 

212 Maryland Avenue, N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Smith Culbertson. Two daughters. 

Hussey, Mary Inda, 1897-1901, 1906, See page 6. 

Hutchin, Elizabeth Ferguson, 1904-05, See page 45. 

Hyde Ida H., 1891-92, See page 90. 

Irish, Florence Catherine, 1915-18, See page 11. 

Jackson, Alice W., 1888-98, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Teacher of English in the Mary Lyon School, Swarthmore, 1913-18. 

Jackson, M. Katharine, 1908-09, 

Care of Hans Renold Ltd., Burnage Works, Didsbury, Manchester, 
England. 

Married, 1908, Mr. William Hartas Jackson. Three daughters. 

Jacobs, Mildred Clark, 1916, 1916-17, See page 11. 

James, Eleanor, 1908-16, See page 46. 

James, Mary Denver, 1902-03, See page 46. 



Former Graduate Students 113 

Jaeman, Makgaeet Dance, 1911-12, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Teacher and Head o; English Department in the Oakhurst High School, Clarksdale, Miss., 
1915-19. 

Jay, Anna Elizabeth, 1900-01,. .122 North 11th Street, Richmond, Ind. 

Jeffebs, Maby, 1895-98, 1903-04, 1906-07, 1908-09, See page 11. 

Jeffeies, Helen Howabd, 1889-90, Valentine, Neb. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Joseph Warner Angell. One daughter, two sons. 

Jelliffe, Sylvia Canfield, 1917-18, See page 11. 

Jbpsen, Mathilda, 1915-16, Gardnerville, Nev. 

Jobe, Mary Lenobe, 1901-03,. .50 Morningside Drive, New York City. 

Instructor in History in the Normal College of the City of New York, 1905-09, 1910-14, 
in Hunter College, 1914-19. 

Johnson, Alice Phebe, 1902-03,. .610 Third Avenue East, Oskaloosa, la. 

Married, 1917, Mr. John Conner Bradbury. 

Johnson, Annette, 1906-07, . .Canton Christian College, Canton, China. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Calvin C. Rush. Two daughters, one son. 

Johnson, Elizabeth, 1894-95, . . 2424 Seventh Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Fred. Weaoer Esgen (f 1916). One son, one daughter. 

Johnson, Elizabeth Foebest, 1913-14, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Head of the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-19. 

Johnson, Emily, 1905-06, 

114 South Guadalupe Street, Redondo Beach, Cal. 

Married, 1913, Mr. John Edmund Duffy. 

Johnson, Helen Moobe, 1909-10, 

2518 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md., or Osceola, Mo. 

Fellow in Sanskrit, Johns Hopkins University, 19 17-18. • 

Johnson, Maby Augusta, 1887-89, Marco, Fla. 

Married. 1894, Captain Charles Louise Olds, M. C. Three daughters. 

Johnson, Mibiam Leigh, 1905-06, See page 11. 

Johnson, Rose Valebe, 1912-13, R. F. D. 3, Box 52, Oskaloosa, la. 

Principal of Schools, Wilmot, South Dakota, 1918-19. 

Johnstin, Ruth Frances, 1903-04, .... 158 East 1st Street, London, O. 

Instructor in Physics and Chemistry, Milwaukee-Downer College, 1909-10, and Head of 
Department of Chemistry, 1910-19. 

Johnston, Elizabeth Henrietta, 1914-15, See page 11. 

Jolliffe, Ruby Maud, 1907-08, 17 High Street, Orange, N. J. 

General Secretary, Y. W. C. A., Orange, 1917-19. 

Jonas, Anna Isabel, 1905-06, 1910-12, See page 6. 

Jones, Gwen Ann, 1915-17, Bala, Wales. 

Associate Professor of English, Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., 1918-19. 

Jones, Gbace Latimeb, 1901-02, See page 11. 

Jones, Josephine Maeghabetta, 1910-11, See page 47. 

Jubist, Helen Stieglitz, 1909-10, ; See page 11. 

Jubtice, Mildeed Lewis, 1915-17, See page 11. 

Kaminski, Lilian Vieginia, 1898-99, 

1619 Cambridge Road, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Married, 1909, Dr. Charles Wallis Edmunds. One daughter, one son. 

Kaminski, Olive M., 1899, Richmond, Ind. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Henry Rayburn Robinson. Two sons. 

Keabney, Jeannette Shaw, 1914-15, . .Washington Avenue, Racine, Wis. 

Graduate Student, Northwestern University, 1917-18. 



114 Former Graduate Students 

Kehr, Marguerite Witmer, 1916-17, 

607 Empire Building, Knoxville, Term. 

Executive Secretary for Col. C. A. McKenney, War Industries Board, Washington, D. C, 
1918-19. 

Keiller, Mabel Mathewson, 1908-11, See page 11. 

Kellogg, Angie Lillian, 1913-14, See page 90. 

Kelltjm, Margaret Dutton, 1897-99, 1904-05, See page 48. 

Kennard, Helen Rose, 1911-12, 

Care of Mrs. E. O. Kennard, Glendora, Cal. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant George Theodore Bettin, U. S. A. 

Kessel, Julia Brainerd, 1915-16, 509 Finance Building, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Allan Dougherty Shackleton. 

Keys, Florence V., 1895-96, See page 90. 

Kidwell, Lola May, 1 900-0 l,...Kwassni Jo Gakko, Nagasaki, Japan. 

Teacher in Kwassni Jo Gakko, Nagasaki, Japan, 1914-17. 

King, Emma Gurney, 1902-03, Normal College, Greensboro, N. C. 

Instructor in English, State Normal College, Greensboro, N. C, 1909-14, and Director of 
Dormitories, 1914-17. 

King, Helen Dean, 1895-97, 1901-06, See page 6. 

King, Helen Maxwell, 1908-09, 1912-13, See page 82. 

King, Marie Seward, 1909-10, See page 90. 

King, Maude Gladys, 1908-09, Address unknown. 

Kingsley, Mary Winship, 1903-05, . . 1011 California Street, Urbana, 111. 

Reconstruction Aide in Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Kirk, Abby, 1905-06, See page 4S. 

Kirkland, Winifred Margaretta, 1898-1900, 

46 Panola Place, Asheville, N. C. 

Writer of Fiction and Essays, 1908-19. 

Kissick, Emily Kent, 1910-11, ' Yorktown Heights, N. Y. 

Married, 1916, The Rev. Arthur C. Hottenstein. 

Kitson, Mabel Vaughan, 1916-18, 

Care of The British Embassy, Washington, D. C. 

Trade Department, British Embassy, Washington, D. C. 

Klein, Elizabeth, 1910-11, 

Wilhelm Weberstrasse 3, Gottingen. Germany. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Robert Staiger (| 1914). 

Klein, Gertrude, 1904-05, See page 48. 

Kleine, Hildegarde, 1913-14, 

Fregerstrasse 80, Friedenau, Berlin, Germany. 

Kleps, Marian Clementine, 1917-18, See page 49. 

Knepper, Myrtle, 1902-03, .... 832 North Street, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

Professor of Mathematics, State Normal School, Cape Girardeau, 1913-19. 

Kolars, Mary Barbara, 1915-16, Le Sueur Center, Minn. 

Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, 1900-01, See page 6. 

Lamb, Dorothy, 1912-13, 

6 Wilbraham Road, Fallowfield, Manchester, England. 

Worker in Munition Factories, 1915-17. 

Lamb, Grace Lord, 1898-99, 911 West 8th Street, Erie, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Frederick Chittenden Borst. One son, one daughter. 



Former Graduate Students 115 

Lambert, Lilian Vitalique, 1906-07, 2521 Iowa Street, Cedar Falls, la. 

Professor of Literature, Iowa State Teachers' College, 1907-17. 

Lamberton, Helen, 1907-08, See page 11. 

Langenbeck, Clara, 1911-12, See page 82. 

Lanman, Edith Hamilton, 1916-17, . .9 Farrar Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Instructor in Chemistry, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Lark, Mabel Loyetta, 1897-99, Address unknown. 

Married, 1899, Dr. William John Gies. 

Lathom, Minor White, 1902-04, Hernando, Miss. 

Lathrop, Helen, 1917-18, 3161 Fruit vale Avenue, Oakland, Cal. 

Assistant in the American Library, Paris, 1918-19. 

Latimer, Caroline Wormeley, 1891-96, See page 11. 

Latta, Maud Abigail, 1904-05, Antigo, Wis. 

Instructor in History, State Normal School, River Falls, Wis., 1911-19. 

Lauder, Frances, 1916-17, Wahpeton, X. Dak. 

Nurses Aid, American Red Cross, Paris, 191S-19, 
Married, 1918, Harold Holman Ambler, 

Lautz, Gertrude Mae, 1896-97, 1898-99, 

885 West End Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Edward Milton Sutliff. 

Lawatschek, Elly Wilhelmina, 1915-16, Address unknown. 

Lawther, Anna Bell, 1898-99, 1904-05, See page 50. 

Leake, Elizabeth Thruston, 1915-17, 296 Loomis Street, Meadville, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Dr. James Miller Leake. 

Lee, Elva, 1893-94, See page 11. 

Leftwich, Florence, 1898-99, 1902, See page 6. 

Lester, Margaret Kuhn, 1917-18, Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Lewis, Alice G., 1894-95, 

30 Koun Machi, Mita, Tokyo, Japan, or 575 Summit Avenue, Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 

Missionary, Tokyo, Japan (on furlough, 1918-19), 1905-19; Volunteer Philanthropic 
Worker, Tokyo. 

Lewis, Mary H., 1893-94, 575 Summit Avenue, Pasadena, Cal. 

Member of Board of Trustees, Whittier College, 1911-19. 

Lewis, Nora, 1908, 237 Silver Birch Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

Assistant in Classics, Riverdale Collegiate Institute, Toronto, 1917-18. 

Lewis, Rosa Ellen, 1888-89, 

Penn Dormitory, Penn College, Oskaloosa, la. 

Head of English Department and Dean of Women, Penn College, 1899-1919. 

Lewis, Sarah Elva, 1888-89, Whittier, Cal. 

Married, 1891, Mr. M. M. Cox. 

Lindsay, Frances Jean, 1905-06, .. .65 Edward Street, Halifax, Canada. 

Assistant Librarian, Dalhousie University Library, 1915-18. 

Lippoldt, Genevieve Louise, 1910-11, . .946 Spruce Street, Boulder, Colo. 

Little, Lenore Millicent, 1914-15, . .89 Atwood Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Llewellyn, Effie Gertrude, 1902, 

38 East Independence Street, Shamokin, Pa. 

Philanthropic Worker. 

Locke, Grace Perley, 1898-99, See page 11. 



116 Former Graduate Students 

Long, Florence, 1913-14, Pierceton, Ind. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, Earlham College, 1918-19. 

Long, Helen Elizabeth, 1911-12, Merion, Pa. 

Longwell, Katheeine Cavenagh, 1912-13, See page 11. 

Lord, Elizabeth Evans, 1914-15, See page 51. 

Lord, Isabel Ely, 1897-1900, .... 176 Emerson Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Member of Advisory Committee, U. S. Food Administration, 1917-19; Director of School 
of Household Science and Arts, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1910-19. 

Lord, Katharine Florence, 1900-01, 

National Arts Club, New York City. 

Writer of Plays and Publisher and Producer of Plays for Children, 1915-19. 

Loring, Mildred West, 1913-14, University of Washington, Seattle,Wash. 

Instructor in Psychology, University of Washington, 1917-18. 

Losse, Vivian Beatrice, 1902-03, 

7 Martin Avenue, Hanchett Park, San Jos6, Cal. 

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 11. 

Lucas, Ethel, 1904-05, Address unknown. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Eugene Stanton Nostrand. One daughter. 

Lucas, Leonora, 1915-16, See page 52. 

Lucy, Sarah Bird, 1894-96, Address unknown. 

Lukert, Cordia Lilian, 1916-17, Sabetha, Kans. 

Head of English Department of the High School, Sabetha, Kans., 1918-19. 

Lynch, Caroline Vinia, 1909-10, 

217 Norfolk Street, Dorchester Centre, Mass. 

Lyon, Dorothy Wilberforce, 1887-89, 1892, 1893-94, 1895-96," 

See page 6. 

Macauley, Edith Rebecca, 1915-16,-. .304 Center Street, Medina, N. Y. 

Teacher of English in Putnam Hall, Vassar Preparatory School, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
1918-19. 

Macdonald, Janet Malcolm, 1915-17, See page 91. 

MacDonald, Margaret Baxter, 1897-98, 1900-01, See page 6. 

Macfadzean, Agnes Murray, 1912-13, 

75 Montgomerie Street, North, Kelvinside, Glasgow, Scotland. 

Teacher of French and German in the Baliol School, Sedbergh, Yorkshire, 19lo-17. 

Macintosh, Marian T., 1890-91, See page 52. 

Macintosh, Mary Bennett, 1907-08, Alda, Neb. 

Secretary in Department of Military Affairs, American Red Cross, Paris, 1918-19. 

Mack, Mary Latimer, 1898-99, Aldrich Building, Joplin, Mo. 

Physician, 1908-18. 

MacMaster, Amelia Kellogg, 1917-18, See page 12. 

MacRae, Evalena, 1906-07, 

214 De Kalb Square, Philadelphia, or Statesville, N. C. 

Nursing and Social Work, 1888-1919. 

MacVay, Anna Pearl, 1895-97, ... 7 West 49th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Classics in the Wadleigh High School New York City, 1900-14, and First 
Assistant to Principal, 1914-19. 

Maddison, Isabel, 1892-93, See page 6. 



Former Graduate Students 117 

Magee, Helen, 1915-16, 623 Beacon Building, Wichita, Kans. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Fred Hinkle. 

Manchester, Ruth Coe, 1915-16 : See page 12. 

Mann, Carrie Alice, 1901-03, See page 86. 

Marsh, Elizabeth, 1902-04, The Peacock Inn, Princeton, N. J. 

Dramatic Literary Work, 1918-19. 

Marshall, Mamie, 1913-14, Union, Iowa. 

Married, 191G, Mr. Jens P. H. Jensen. 

Marshall, Ruth Elizabeth, 1914-15, Died, 1918. 

Martin, Emilie Norton, 1894-95, 1896-97, 1898-99, 1901-02, 1906-07, 

See page 6. 

Mason, Mary Taylor, 1892-94, 1909-11, See page 53. 

Massey, Isabella Mellis, 1909-10, 

Cromer Cottage, Wrentham, Near Wangford, Suffolk, England. 
Assistant Lecturer, Newnham College, Cambridge, England, 1918-19. 

Matsuda, Michi, 1908-10, See page 53. 

May, Elsie Gertrude, 1909-10, 

38 Forest Road, Moseley, Birmingham, England. 
Chief of Typing Department, British Thomson-Houston Co., Rugby, England, 1917-19. 

May, Lucy Isabelle, 1910-11, . . 161 East 63rd Street, New York City. 

McAllister, Mary Agnes, 1906-07, 

30 East High Street, Gettysburg, Pa. 

McCague, Elizabeth Welty, 1898-99, 

409 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

McCarroll, Harriet Etta, 1898-1900, R. R. 1, Boise, Idaho. 

Teacher in the High School, Nampa, Idaho, 1918-19. 
Married, 1902, Mr. Herbert Horace Draper (t 1913). 

McCarter, Flora, 1897-98, St. Mary's School, Peekskill, N. Y. 

Head of English Department, St. Mary's School, Peekskill, 1916-19. 
Married, 1900, Mr. George Thurston Macauley (t 1907). One son. 

McClellan, Louise French, 1896-97, 

229 East Butler Street, Mercer, Pa. 
Teacher of Mathematics in the Mercer Academy, 1908-11, and in the High School, Mercer, 
1912-17. 

McCracken, Bertha, 1914-15, Holquin, Cuba. 

McCrackin, Helen, 1899-1900, Hamilton, Mont. 

Principal, High School, Hamilton, Mont., 1918-19. 

McElwain, Mary Belle, 1903-04,. .Gillett House, Northampton, Mass. 

Associate Professor in Latin, Smith College, 1916-19. 

McGeorge, Beatrice, 1902-03, See page 54. 

McGill, Mary Buchanan, 1906-07, Thurmont, Md. 

Teacher of History and English in the Mount Ida School for Girls, Newton, Mass., 1913-17. 

McKee, Mary Clarissa, 1907-08, 479 Campbell Street, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Connecticut College, New London, Conn., 1918-19. 

McKeefrey, Chloe Spearman, 1916-17, See page 12. 

McLaughry, Margaret, 1893, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Superintendent of Overlook Sanitarium, New Wilmington, 1911-19. 

McLean, Charlotte Frelinghuysen, 1906-07, 1916-17, . . See page 54. 



118 Former Graduate Students 

McMahan, Una, 1908-09, Died, 1915. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Frank Edgerton Harkness. 

McMullen, Jeannette Craig, 1903-04, Tarkio, Mo. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Charles W. Beatie (f 1918). One daughter, one son. 

McMullen, Jessie Poe, 1900-01, Tarkio, Mo. 

Teacher in the High School, Tarkio, 1916-19. 

Medes, Grace, 1915-16, See page 6. 

Melvin, Margaret Georgiana, 1917-18, 

171 Princess Street, St. John, New Brunswick. 

Fellow in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Mendenhall, Alice Ann, 1895-96, Bloomingdale, Ind. 

Mendenhall, Cassie Corina, 1912-13, High Point, N. C. 

Mendenhall, Gertrude W., 1891-92, 

1023 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Head of Department of Mathematics in the State Normal and Industrial College, Greens- 
boro, 1918-19. 

Meredith, Mary Anna, 1896-97, . .117 Church Street, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Red Cross Work, 1918. 

Married, 1904, Professor Benjamin LeRoy Miller. One daughter, one son. 

Meredith, Rosella, 1899-1900,. .3710 North 31st Street, Tacoma, Wash. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Harry John Dutton. Three daughters, two sons. 

Meredith, Susan Lucile, 1905-06, 

648 Thirty-third Street, Des Moines, la. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Marion Bruner Seeters. One daughter, one son. 

Merrill, Katharine, 1889-90, See page 91. 

Merrlman, Lucile, 1899, See page 55. 

Miller, Mary Elizabeth, 1890-91, Died, 1918. 

Milne, Marjorie Josephine, 1917-18, See page 12. 

Minor, Jessie Elizabeth, 1914-16, See page 6. 

Mitchell, Gertrude, 1894-95, '.32 Murray Street, Flushing, N. Y. 

Married, 1886, Mr. John S. Streeper. 

Mohler, Nora May, 1917-18, ... 127 South College Street, Carlisle, Pa, 

Demonstrator in Physics and Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Monroe, Margaret Montague, 1916-17, 

122 Courtland Avenue, Asheville, N. C. 

Fellow in Psychology, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Montenegro, Sara, 1903-04, See page 55. 

Montgomery, Amelia, 1905-06, See page 11. 

Moore, Anna Mary, 1894-95, . .260 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Benjamin Cadbury. Two sons. 

Moore, Lucile Hannah, 1902-03, Knox College, Galesburg, 111. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Benjamin Harrison Grave. 

Morgan, Louise Baggott, 1907-10, 1911-12, 

University Hall, Madison, Wis. 

Instructor in English, University of Wisconsin, 1912-18. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Gordon Scott Fulcher. One daughter. 

Morningstar, Helen, 1916-17, See page 83. 

Morrill, Georgiana Lea, 1888-89, 117 West 58th Street, New York City. 

Private classes in English, New York City, 1906-19. 

Morris, Margaretta, 1901-04, See page 56. 



Former Graduate Students 119 

Morris, Willavene Sober, 1915-16, 

212 East Meade Street, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, — : — , Mr. Herbert C. Morris. 

Morriss, Margaret Shove, 1904-06, See page 7. 

Morse, Kate Niles, 1898-99, 1900-01, See page 83. 

Morton, Caroline Millard, 1911-12, See page 92. 

Moser, Lillian Virginia, 1905-08, See page 12. 

Mower, Myra, 1905-06, Newberry, S. C. 

Married. 1910, Mr. Henry Thompson 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. Eikenberry. Two daughters, one son. 

Murtha, Mary Washburn, 1908-09, 33 Cushing Street, Providence, R. I. 

Confidential Junior Assistant, War Trade Board, 1918-19. 
Married, 1910, Mr. William Tibbitts Webb. 

Nathans, Beatrice Cornelia, 1914, See page 57. 

Naylor, Ella R., 1895-96, Care of Mr. A. A. Naylor. Earlimart, Cal. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Frank Hulburd Harris. Three sons. 

Nearing, Mary Frances, 1915-18, See page 57. 

Neilson, Nellie, 1893-94, 1895-96, 1900-01, See page 7. 

Nesbit, Clara, 1896-97, Franklin, Pa. 

Married, 1918, Dr. Clifford Cooper. 

Nesbit, Margaret Ethel, 1904-05, Chestnut Street, Meadville, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Dr. WilliamWalter Shaffer. One son. 

Neterer, Inez May, 1916-18, 2702 N. Broadway, Seattle, Wash. 

Fellow in Education, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Newkirk, Alice Maynard Field, 1910-11, 

1610 Locust Street, Philadelphia, or Radnor, Pa. 

Examiner, Woman 4 s Division. U. S. Employment Service, 1918. 
Married, 1901, Mr. Walter Matthew Newkirk. 

Newlin, Flora Alice, 1890-91, 3147 West 28th Avenue, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Barclay W. Henshaw. Three daughters (one t 1914), five sons. 

Newman, Celia Elizabeth, 1907-08, 

3114 North 29th Street, Tacoma, Wash. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Alfred A. Grau. 

Newton, Elizabeth Hughes, 1912-13, 

5 Summit Circle, Westmont, P. Q., Canada. 

Student of Law, Osgoode Hall, University of Toronto, 1917-19. 

Nichols, Content Shepard, 1899-1900 See page 12. 

Nichols, Elizabeth, 1894-95 See page 57. 

Nichols, Helen Hawley, 1906-08, 1909-10, See page 7. 

Nields, Elizabeth, 1900, See page 57. 

Noble, Edith, 1909-10, Apartado 115 bis, Mexico City, Mexico. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Raymond Albert Carhart. Two sons. 

Norris, Bertha Cornelia, 1910-11, See page 12. 

Norris, Mary Rachel, 1910-11, See page 12. 

Northway, Mary Isabel, 1899-1900, See page 92. 

Norton, Mabel Harriet, 1910-13, See page 58. 



120 Former Graduate Students 

Nutting, Helen Cushing, 1908-09, 

148 Arlington Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 

Research Work, 1915-17. 

Nutting, Phoebe Cushing, 1907-09,. .Naukeag Inn, Ashburnham, Mass. 

Innkeeping, 1915-18. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Harold Cushing Hideout. Two sons, one daughter. 

Oberge, Ullericka Hendrietta, 1898-1900, See page 12. 

Ochtman, Dorothy, 1914-16, Cos Cob, Conn. 

Student, National Academy of Design, New York City, 1916-18. 

Ogden, Ellen Seton, 1896-98, 1909-10 See page 7. 

Ogilvie, Ida Helen, 1900, See page 58. 

Olsen, Sophie Yhlen, 1898-99, See page 12. 

O'Neil, Elizabeth Breading, 1905-06, See page 12. 

Orlady, Edith, 1903-06, 1907-10, See page 58. 

Ormsbee, Hazel Grant, 1915-17, See page 87. 

O'Sullivan, Mary Isabelle, 1917-18, See page 58. 

Paddock, Helen Laura, 1905-07, 1908-09, 

The Misses Kirk's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of History in the Misses Kirk's School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1908-10, and of English, 
1910-15. 1916-19. 

Pade, Juliette, 1917-18,. 24 East 94th Street, New York City. 

Palmer, Gladys Louise, 1917-18, 2244 North 29th Street. Philadelphia. 

Secretary to the Carola Woerishoffer Department, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Palmer, Henrietta Raymer, 1895-96, ... See page 59. 

Palmer, Lula Margaret, 1903-04, 

Credit Lyonnais, Madrid, Spain, or Union City, Mich. 

Head File Clerk, American Embassy, Madrid, 1918-19. 

Park, Marion Edwards, 1898-99, 1912-14, 1916-17, See page 7. 

Parker, Emma Harriet, 1892-93, 1894-95, See page 93. 

Parkhurst, Helen Huss, 1912-13, See page 7. 

Parks, Gladys Opal, 1914-15, R. F. D. 3, Eaton, O. 

Parsons, Vera Lillian, 1912-13, See page 93. 

Parris, Marion, 1902-05, See page 7. 

Patch, Helen Elizabeth, 1917-18, 175 State Street, Bangor, Me. 

Fellow in Romance Languages, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Patterson, Mellissa Belle, 1894-95, 

1507 Arrott Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Charles Robert Porter. Three daughters, two sons. 

Pearsall, Deborah Olive, 1904-05, Grove City, Pa. 

Pearson, Helen Sleeper, 1891-99,. .17 Elliott Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, 1906-19. 

Peckham, Emilie Comstock, 1901-03, 

226 East Market Street, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Frank Stuart Smith. One daughter (one child f 1908). 

Peebles, Florence, 1895-96, 1897-98, 1903-04, 1906-12,. . .See page 7. 

Peebles, Rose Jeffries, 1906-07, See page 7. 

Peelle, Mary Pearl, 1909-10, "The Heights," Wilmington, O. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Burritt Mills Hiatt. Three sons. 



Former Graduate Students 121 

Peirce, Mary, 1913-14, See page 59. 

Pennell, Hannah Sharpless, 1910-11, Wawa, Pa. 

Perkins, Agnes Frances, 1898-99, See page 12. 

Perkins, Elizabeth Mart, 1900-01, See page 7. 

Perkins, Ruth, 1914-15, See page 83. 

Pettit, Edith, 1897-98, See page 12. 

Pew, Ethel, 1908-09, See page 60. 

Philputt, Grace Maxwell, 1908-09, 

1330 North New Jersey Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Instructor in French in the University of Indiana, 1917-19. 

Pickel, Adele Jackson, 1901-02, Latouche, Alaska. 

Storeman for Kennecott Copper Corporation, Latouche, 1918-19. 
Married, 1911, Mr. William Henry Kramer. 

Pinney, Mary Edith, 1913-17, See page 7. 

Plaisted, Martha, 1910-11, See page 60. 

Platt, Julia Barlow, 1888-89, Pacific Grove, Cal. 

Pomeroy, Diana, 1901-02, Jackson, Ky. 

Married, 1904, The Rev. John C. Hartley. 

Pomeroy, Lid a, 1901-02, 705 Highland Avenue, New Castle, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Albert Bates Street. 

Pond. Millicent, 1910-11, See page 12. 

Popejoy, Lida Elizabeth, 1905-06, 

1824 Fifth Avenue, West, Seattle, Wash. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Emlyn Ivor Jones. One daughter. 

Porter, Mary Winearls, 1913-14, 

Mineralogical Department, University Museum, Oxford, England. 

Research Work in Crystallography, Oxford, England, 1916-18. 

Porterfield, Cora Maud, 1900-01. Linden wood College, St. Charles, Mo. 

Instructor, Department of Latin and Greek, and Head of Hall, Lindenwood College St. 
Charles, Mo., 1908-19. 

Posse, Christine Fredrika, 1914-15,. . . 935 Argyle Street, Chicago, 111. 

Pottberg, Ellen Esther, 1911-12, See page 60. 

Potter, Sarah M., 1886-87, Glen FaUs, N. Y. 

Married, 1890, Dr. Howard Simmons Paine. One daughter (t 1893). 

Potts, Laurette Eustis, 1897-98, See page 60. 

Poulton, Ethel Maud, 1911-12, 

Merion Lodge, West Hagley, Worcestershire, England. 

Lecturer in Science, Y. M. C. A. Marseilles, 1919. 

Pouresy, Madeleine Sarah Titaua, 1917-18, Died, 1918. 

Preble, Jessie Lunt, 1913-15, 1710 Arch Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Student of Medicine, Liniversity of California, 1917-18. 

Prentiss, May Louise, 1900-01, 1013 Nevada Street, Urbana, 111. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Joel Stebbins. One son, one daughter. 

Price, Marion, 1913-14, Public Library, McKeesport, Pa. 

Librarian, Carnegie Free Library, McKeesport, 1916-19. 

Probasco, Louise, 1909-10, 605 West Main Street, Wilmington, O. 

Physician's Assistant, 1916-17. 

Pulsifer, Cornelia L. Boardman, 1905-06, Sheffield, Mass. 

Married, 1881, Mr. William H. Pulsifer (t 1905). 



122 Former Graduate Students 

Ptle, Miriam Weir, 1904-05 Iowa Falls. la. 

Married, 190S, Mr. Warren Thomas Johnson. One son, one daughter. 

Rabourn, Susie McDowell Weldon, 1907-08, Centralia, Mo. 

Teacher of History in the High School, Visalia, Cal., 1914-19. 

Rackstraw, Marjory, 1912-13, 

Copley Dene. Cholmeley Park, Highgate, London, N., England. 

Warden of Moray House, Hostel for Students, Edinburgh, 1917-19. 

Ragsdale, Virginia, 1892-97, 1901-02, 1906-08, 1910-11, See page 7. 

Ratford, Linnie, 1901-02, R. F. D. 1, Ivor, Va. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Charles E. Neaxe. Two sons. 

Railsback, Martha Binford, 1897-98, 

10855 South Irving Avenue, Morgan Park, III. 

Married, 1901, Mr. James Edson Warner. Three daughters, two sons. 

Rambo, Eleanor Ferguson, 1908-10, 1911-12, 1914-15, 1916-17, 

See page 7. 

Rand, Gertrude, 1908-09, 1911-12, See page 7. 

Randolph, Harriet, 1896-97, 1912-13, • See page 61. 

Rannells, Edith Kirk, 1906-07, Sabina, O. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Robert L. Lewis. Two sons, one daughter. 

Rannells, Sara Wiley, 1910-11,. . .124 Fulton Street. Wilmington, O. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Rendel Harris Terrell. Two sons. 

Ranney, Carrie Louise, 1904-05, 

611 Madison Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Reade, Mabelle Constance, 1898-99, 1901, Died, 1907. 

Reed, Margaret Adaline, 1901-03, See page 93. 

Rehder, Marie, 1911-12 Kollund, bei Flensburg, Germany. 

Reilly, Marion, 1901-02, 1903, 1903-06, See page 62. 

Reimer, Marie, 1900-01, See page 7. 

Reinhardt, Elizabeth Christina, 1906-07, See page 62. 

Reitze, Harriot C, 1890-93, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 1902, Professor John Haughton Coney (| 1913). Two daughters, one son. 

Rembaugh, Bertha, 1897-98, See page 12. 

Rendel, Frances Elinor, 1908-09, Address unknown. 

Reynolds, Grace Potter, 1909-10, See page 7. 

Reynolds, Maude Elizabeth, 1910-11,. .605 Maple Street, Easton, O. 
Reynolds, Sophie S., 1892-93 7 Hakes Avenue, Hornell, N. Y. 

Civic Suffrage, and Social Worker, 1905-19; Trustee of Public Library, 1907-19; Chief 

Clerk, Local Draft Board, Hornell, 1918. 
Married, 1903, Dr. Bertis Rupert Wakeman. Three sons (onef 1916), one daughter (f 1908). 

Rhoads, Anna Ely, 1889-90, 1893-95, See page 12. 

Rhodes, Anna Eaton, 1895-96, 

6222 Thirtieth Avenue, N. E., Seattle, Wash. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Arthur D. Rogers (f 1916). 

Rhys, Mary, 1915-17, 

The Rectory, Tarrant-Gunville, Blandford, Dorset, England. 

Literary Work in New London, Conn., 1917-18. 

Rlble, Blanch, 1912-13,. . .814 Twenty-eighth Street, Sacramento, Cal. 
Rice, Edith Florence, 1907-08, See page 12. 









Former Graduate Students 123 

Rich, Sophronia Bakek, 1899-1900,. .20 Sargent Street, Newton, Mass. 

Richards, Annabella Elliott, 1908-11, 1916-17, See page 62. 

Richardson, Emily Martin, 1909-10, Broadhearth, Waban, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Charles Huntington Porter. Two daughters. 

Riegel, Ella, 1910-11, 1912-13, See page 63. 

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, 

1264 East Flanders Street, Portland, Ore.; summer: 760 South Santa 
Fe, Salina, Kans. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Clyde Orlando Marietta. One daughter, one son. 

Roberson, Cornelia, 1896-97, Greensboro, N. C. 

Married, 1902, Dr. Edward Randolph Michaux. 

Roberts, Christine Gwendoline Mary, 1913-14, 

The International Guild, 3 Brunswick Square, London, W. C, England. 

English Teacher in the International Guild, 1914-16. 

Roberts, Elizabeth Ellinwood, 1905-06, 1907-08, 

2700 College Avenue, Berkeley, Cal. 

Graduate Student, University of California, 1918-19. 

Roberts, Louise Elizabeth, 1910-12, See page 12. 

Robertson, Emma Sellers, 1915-16, See page 63. 

Robertson, Margaret Louise, 1894-95, 

106 East 52nd Street, New York City. 

Private Tutor, 1916-18. 

Robey, Winifred, 1913-14, Davidson, Okla. 

Government Clerk, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Robins, Helen J., 1893-95, See page 63. 

Robinson, Estelle Ann, 1898-99, . . 2744 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley, Cal. 

Married, 1902, Mr. John Hovey Kimball. One son. 

Robinson, Virginia Pollard, 1906-07, See page 12. 

Rock, Amy Cordova, 1893-94, See page 64. 

Rodi, Irma, 1908-09, 168 I Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Howard Hawthorne Fields. One daughter. 

Roe, Adah Blanche, 1909-11, See page 7. 

Roe, Caroline Clark, 1916-17, Wells College, Aurora-on-Cayuga, N. Y. 

Instructor in Biology, Wells College, 1917-19. 

Ross, Helen, 1917-18, 1318 Wilson Avenue, Columbia, Mo. 

Field Agent, Women's Service Section, R. R. Administration, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Ross, Joanna Pugh, 1916-17, See page 64. 

Roudebush, Margaret Moore, 1901-02, University, Miss. 

Dean of Woman and Head of Home Economics Department, University of Mississippi, 
1913-18. 

Rowell, Mary Coyne, 1907-08, 

133 Elmwood Avenue, London, Ontario, Canada. 

Lecturer in French, Victoria College, Toronto, Canada, 1918-19. 

Rulison, Lucy Constance, 1902-03, See page 64. 

Rupp, Sarah Elizabeth, 1905-06, York, Pa. 



124 Former Graduate Students 

Ruppersberg, Emma Anna, 1906-07, 842 South High Street, Columbus. O. 
Saint, Pauline, 1908-09, Newcastle, Ind. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Emmelt George McQuinn. 

Sampson, Edith F., 1891-95, See page 13. 

Sampson, Lillian Vaughan, 1891-92, 1893-99, See page 13. 

Sanders, Ellen Mary, 1917-18, 

Office of Chief of Staff, Military Intelligence Department, Washington, 
D. C. 

Assistant in Office of Chief of Staff, 1918-19. 

Sanderson, Ruth Elizabeth, 1908-09, 

42 Bliss Street, West Springfield, Mass. 

Assistant in Latin in the High School, West Springfield, 1912-19. 

Sandison, Helen Estabrook, 1906-07, 1910-11, See page 7. 

Sargent, Helen Austis, 1914-15, 

Huguenot College, Wellington, South Africa. 

Sato, Ryu, 1917-18, See page 13. 

Saunders, Catharine, 1898-1900, .Belfast, N. Y. 

Associate Professor of Latin, Vassar College, 1916-19. 

Saunders, Octavia Elfrida, 1915-16, Mayfield, Sussex, England. 

Sceets, Laura Alice, 1900-01,. . .490 Lafayette Place, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Thomas Henry 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. 

Schoell, Marie, 1917-18, Gulf Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Member of French High Commission, Washingtdn, D. C, 1918-19. Teacher of French in 
the Phoebe Anna Thorne Model School, Bryn Mawr, 1918-19. 

Schoff, Louise, 1902-03, See page 66. 

Schofield, Louise Amelia, 1907-08, 

40 West 9th Street, New York City. 

Editorial Work, National Kindergarten Association, 1915-18. 

Scott, Florence Bevier, 1896-99, Bala, Pa. 

Social Worker, 1900-18. 

Scott, Margaret, 1904-06, See page 13. 

Seely, Bertha Warner, 1906-07, See page 66. 

Sew all, Hannah Robie, 1889-90, See page 94. 

Shamburger, Mary Ina, 1917-18, Star, N. C. 

Assistant in English and Mathematics, Randolph-Macon Institute, Danville, Va., 1918-19. 

Sharpless, Edith Forsyth, 1915-16, See page 67. 

Shearer, Edna Aston, 1909-10, 1915-16, See page 7. 

Shearman, Margaret Hilles, 1897-98, See page 67. 

Sheldon, Eleanor, 1909-10, 

110 Malcolm Avenue, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Assistant Dean of Women and Teacher of English in the Illinois State Normal University, 
Normal, 111., 1917-19. 



Former Graduate Students 125 

Shelley, Helen Hjerleid, 1900-01, 

Garden City Bank Building, San Jose\ Cal. 

Osteopathic Physician, 1909-19. 

Sheppard, Mary, 1906-07, See page 67. 

Sherman, Zillah M., 1887-88, 4 Du Forest Avenue, Summit, N. J. 

Sherwood, Elizabeth Lee, 1905-06, 

South Wembury House, Plymouth, England. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Charles E. Curtis. One son. 

Shields, Emily Led yard, 1905-06, See page 13. 

Shoemaker, Jane Gushing, 1907-08, See page 13. 

Shoemaker, Martha, 1897-98, Died, 1907. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Walter Abner Scott. 

Shorey, Pauline Adelaide, 1916-17, 28 Elm Street, Dover, N. H. 

Shute, Florence Lupton, 1907-08, 208 North 14th Street, Richmond, Ind. 

Teacher of Music, Peabody High School, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1914-18. 

Sinclair, Isabelle Aiken, 1900-01, Died, 1911. 

Skinner, Margaret Grace, 1910-11, 

20 Linden Road, Bedford, England. 

Sleeper, Ida Alice, 1910-11,. . .1931^ Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Instructor in English, Simmons College, 1913-18. 

Smart, Florence Gertrude, 1906-07, 

567 West 113th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1915, Captain Frederic Lyman Wells. One son. 

Smedley, Elizabeth B., 1895-96, Died, 1908. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Marshall J. Reynolds. 

Smith, Amelia Catherine, 1899-1900, See page 94. 

Smith, Clara Lyford, 1907-09, See page 13. 

Smith, Edith Emily, 1898-99, Ackworth, la. 

Smith, Helen Twining, 1907-08, See page 13. 

Smith, Helen Williston, 1906-07, See page 69. 

Smith, Hilda Worthington, 1910-11, 1913-14, See page 13. 

Smith, Isabel F., 1917-18, See page 69. 

Smith, Louise Pettibone, 1911-12, See page S. 

Smith, Lucia Helen, 1915-16,. . . .587 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Lecturer in Chemistry, Barnard College, 1917-19. 

Smith, Maria Wilkins, 1908-09, See page 69. 

Smith-Goard, Eunice Clara, 1910-11, See page 94. 

Smucker, Grace Acheson, 1905-06, 

208 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edwin Schenck, Jr. One daughter. 

Synder, Elizbeth, 1905-06, 1909-10, See page 69. 

Snyder, Michal Grace, 1905-06, Died, 1917. 

Soskin, Lillian, 1915-16, 595 Beech Terrace, New York City. 

Instructor in Economics and History, Wheaton College, Norton, Mass., 1918-19. 
Married, 1916, Mr. Bernard Rogers. 

Southgate, Mary, 1902, See page 69. 



126 Former Graduate Students 

Southworth, Effie A., 1886-87, See page 94. 

Spalding, Mary Caroline, 1906-08, 1908-10, 1911-12, Seepages. 

Spray, Ruth Gladys, 1911-12, See page 94. 

Spreckels, Elisabeth Martha, 1911-12, Buhlau, Dresden. 

Stanton, Margaret Beaumont, 1902-03, 

4902 Georgia Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C, or Ames, la. 

Married, 1916, Mr. John E. Kirshman. 

Stappert, Maria Alexandra, 1916-17, 

Sterkrade, Rheinprovinz, Germany. 

Stark, Elizabeth Kline, 1916-18, i See page 66. 

Starkey, Clara Beatrice, 1911-12, Y. W. C. A., Canton, China. 

Secretary to the Y. W. C. A., Canton, 1916-17. 

Starr, Anna Morse, 1889-90, 

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of Botany, Mount Holyoke College, 1911-19. 

Stearns, Stella Burger, 1892-93, . .1105 London Road, Duluth, Minn. 

Teacher of English in the Frances Willard High School, Berkeley, Cal., 1916-19. 

Stecher, Lorle Ida, 1912-13, See page 13. 

Steddom, Linnie J., 1917-18, R. 3, Oskaloosa, la. 

Teacher in the Consolidated School, Modale, la., 1918-19. 

Steenberg, Bessie, 1895-96, Address unknown. 

Married, 1902, Mr. John E. Webster. 

Sterling, Susan Adelaide, 1895-96, 

109 West Washington Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Stevens, Lois, 1913-14, Northport, -Mich. 

Teacher of English in St. Johnsbury Academy, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1916-17. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria, 1900-01, See page 8. 

Steward, Helen Rebecca, 1912-13, 

1332 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Ivans. 

Teacher of History in the Central High School, Lawrence, Kans., 1917-19. 

Stewart, Caroline Taylor, 1895-96, 

51 West Delaware Place, Chicago, 111. 

Assistant Professor of Germanics, Missouri State University, 1901-19. 

Stites, Sara Henry, 1899-1900, 1902-04, See page 8. 

Stoddard, Elizabeth Farris, 1905-08, See page 70. 

Stoddard, Virginia Tryon, 1904-10, See page 13. 

Strong, Marian Una, 1894-95, . . 1905 Sixteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Teacher of Latin in the Central High School, Washington D. C, 1909-19. 
Married, 1899, Mr. Marcus Baker (f 1903). One daughter, one son (f 1910). 

Sturdevant, Winifred, 1909-10, See page 71. 

Sudler, M. Virginia, 1894-95, 79 Cedar Street, Chicago, 111. 

Sumption, Evelyn Marie, 1916-17, 319 S. State Street, Kendallville, Ind. 

Principal of the High School, Butler, Ind., 1917-19. 

Suter, Martha Winkley, 1906-07, 116 Warren Street, Brookline, Mass. 
Sutherland, Eva Blanche, 1905-06, Tarkio, Mo, 

Instructor in English, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minn., 1918-19. 



Former Graduate Students 127 

Sutton, Josephine Dunlap, 1914-15, 

119 Thames Street, New London, Conn. 

Assistant Secretary to Treasurer and General Manager, William Filene's Sons, Co., Boston, 
Mass., 1917-19. 

Sweet, Annie Brown, 1905-06,. . . .231 Topeka Avenue, Topeka, Kans. 

President, Y. W. C. A. of Topeka, 1917-18. 

Sweet, Marguerite, 1889-91, See page 8. 

Swift, Dorothy Rowland, 1912-13, 

Room 803, 14 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Assistant Editor, Sunday School Publications, Congregational Sunday School and 
Publishing Society, 1914-17. 

Swindler, Mary Hamilton, 1906-07, 1912-13, See page 8. 

Syford, Constance Miriam, 1911-13, 

700 North 16th Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Sylvester, Irene Waters, 1911-12, Passaic Park, Passaic, N. J. 

Member of Staff, American Association for Labor Legislation, 1915-19. 
Married, 1918, Captain Walston Chubb, 842nd F. A. 

Taggart, Inez Lorena, 1893-94, 

2057 Fairfax Street, Park Hill, Denver, Colo. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Joseph Yale Parce. Three sons (one t 1908). 

Tattershall, Louise Mary, 1915-16, White Haven, Pa. 

Tatum, Lucy Richardson, 1908-09, Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Geoffrey Gorton Burlingame. 

Taylor, Edith Winthrop Wend all, 1902-03, 

27 Walker Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

War Worker, 1918-19. 

Married, 1911, Professor Ellwood Barker Spear. 

Taylor, Edytha Elizabeth, 1902-03,. .11 Crafton Avenue, Grafton, Pa. 

Practicing Physician, 1909-17, and Resident Physician of the H. J. Heinz Factory, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1900-19. 

Taylor, Lily Ross, 1906-07, 1908-09, See page 8. 

Taylor, Mary Lewis, 1893, See page 72. 

Temple, Maud Elizabeth, 1904-05, See page 13. 

Tennent, Grace Rebecca, 1905-06, 

415 Woodlawn Road, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1908, Professor Samuel Ottmar Mast. Three daughters. 

Terrien, Mary Louise, 1915-16, 5 Prospect Terrace, Nashua, N. H. 

Circulation and Reference Librarian, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Tertois, Yvonne, 1914-15, ..6 rue Gutenberg, Montrouge, Seine, France. 

Tetlow, Frances Howard, 1915-17, 1917-18, 

21 Cumberland Avenue, Brookline, Mass. 

Employment of Women, American Optical Co., Southbridge, Mass., 1918-19. 

Thayer, Ellen, 1914-17, See page 72. 

Theobald, Otttlie, 1911-12, 1913-14, 

863 South High Street, Columbus, O. 

Instructor in Romance Languages, Colorado College, 1918-19. 

Thiebaud, Marguerite, 1912-14, Died, 1914. 

Thomas, Anne Heath, 1897-98, See page 13. 

Thomas, Helen Whitall, 1895-97, See page 72. 

Thomas, Martha Gibbons, 1898-1900, See page 73. 



128 Former Graduate Students 

Thomas, Miriam, 1902-03, See page 13. 

Thompson, Effie Freeman, 1894-95, . . 127 Pearl Street, Kingston, N. Y. 

Professor of Biblical History and Literature, Shorter College, Ron e, Ga., 1918-19. 

Thompson, Emma Osborn, 1905-06, See page 73. 

Thompson, Frances D'Arct, 1910-11, See page 95. 

Thompson, Marjorie La Monte, 1912-13, See page 73. 

Thomson, Hildred, 1916-17, 138 Townsend Street, Walton, N. Y. 

Teacher in the High School, New Castle, Pa., 1917-19. 

Thorne, Luella H., 1893-94, See page 73. 

Thurston, Blandina Sibyl, 1902-03, Liberty, Ind. 

Married, 1906, Mr. De Witt Snyder. Two sons (one t 1909), one daughter (t 1909). 

Ttbbals, Kate Watkins, 1900-01, See page 95. 

Tibbits, Mary Kingsley, 1889-90, 

20 Alveston Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Assistant in the West Roxbury High School, Boston, Mass., 1904-18. 

Tobin, Elise, 1915-19, : . . . . See page 95. 

Todd, Anne Hampton, 1902-04, See page 73. 

Todhunter, Bessie C, 1889-90,. .811 Swetland Building, Cleveland, O. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Frederic Wayne Ballard. Two sons (one t 1901). 

Tongate, Hope Fern, 1912-13, Box 1071, Bisbee, Ari*. 

Instructor in English and History in the High School, Bisbee, 1917-19. 
Married, 1917, Mr. Clifford W. D. Chance. 

Torelle, Ellen, 1902-03, See page 95. 

Tostensen, Helen, 1901-02, 1491 West 11th Street, Riverside, Cal. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Howard Samuel Fawcett. One daghter. 

Towle, Elizabeth Williams, 1898-99, See pa*ge 13. 

Towle, Mary Rutter, 1899-1900, See page 13. 

Townes, Anna Cousins, 1905-06, 

109 West 33rd Street, Aldridge Place, Austin, Tex. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Herbert Hoxie Finch. One daughter. 

Towns, Rosamond Fay, 1907-08,. . .San Benito, Tex., or Schuyler, Neb. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Jesse Carl Painter. One son. 

Traver, Hope, 1900-03, 1906, See page 8. 

Treadwell, Lois Olive, 1908-09, .. 808 South 5th Street, St. Peter, Minn. 

Married, 1910, Professor Ernest Conrad Carlton. Two daughters, two sons. 

Tredway, Helen, 1911-12, See page 13. 

Tremain, Mary Adell, 1886-87, 1510 K Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Tressel, Gertrude H., 1901-02, The Portner, Washington, D. C. 

In charge of Room for the Blind, Library of Congress, 1912-19. 
Married, 1902, Dr. Harold Miloff Rider (f 1912). One son. 

Trimble, Helen Bell, 1904-05, See page 13. 

Trittpoe, Vera, 1914-15 Fortville, Ind. 

Head of Mathematics Department in the High School, Riverside, 111., 1918-19. 

Trout, Ethel Wendell, 1901-02, See page 74. 

True, Helen Ella, 1908-09, .... 682 University Avenue, Palo Alto, Cal. 

Cataloguer, Stanford University Library, 1914-15; Librarian's Secretary, 1915-16, and 
President's Secretary, 1916-19. 

Tscharner, Lydian, 1916-17, 390 Tillamook Street, Portland, Ore. 



Former Graduate Students 129 

Tufts, Helen Loring, 1915-16, Vernon, N. Y. 

Tull, Louise, 1893-95, 2008 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1902, Mr. J. Henry Baker. One son. 

Turner, Bird Margaret, 1916-19, See page 84. 

Tyson, Helen Edith, 1916-17, See page 14. 

Unthank, Reba Alice, 1896-97, . . . .315 Kinsey Street, Richmond, Ind. 

Married, 1898, Dr. Edwin Barnett Shrieves (t 1917). One son. 

Upham, Sarah Derby, 1905-06, 116 Fifth Avenue, Antigo, Wis. 

Married, 1918 Mr. Morris D. Robinson. 

Van Kirk, Edith Louise, 1902-03, 1909-10, See page 74. 

Van Kirk, Susan Frances, 1902-04, 1905-06, See page 74. 

Van Wagener, Elizabeth Marie, 1902-04, 1906-09, 

7311 Reynolds Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Van Wye, Myrtle, 1916-17, Box 206, Warren, O. 

Vaughan, Agnes Carr, 1917-18, See page 95. 

Vickers, Florence Childs, 1899-1900, See page 14. 

Vogel, Franziska, 1912-13, 

Sternstrasse 2, Minister in Westfalen, Germany. 

Vosburgh, Isabella Marion, 1910- 11, Died, 1914. 

Waddell, Mary Evelyn Gertrude, 1903-04, See page 95. 

Wade, Clara Louise Whipple, 1904-05, 1906-07, 1908-10,. ..See page 75. 

Walker, Anna Martha, 1899, See page 75. 

Walker, Ethel, 1902-04, See page 14. 

Walker, Evangeline Holcombe, 1899-1902, 1905-06,. . . .See page 75. 

Walker, Evelyn, 1905-06, See page 75. 

Walker, Susan Grimes, 1893-95, See page 75. 

Walton, Anne Garrett, 1913-15, See page 76. 

Walton, Clara Ann, 1892-93, Woodsdale, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Married, 1907, Mr. John Blodgett. One son. 

Wangerien, Stella S., 1905-06, Route 1, Eden, Idaho. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Elmer Clyde Montgomery. Three daughters. 

Wardell, Beulah Louise, 1915-16, 

439 North Limestone Street, Springfield, O. 

Chief Clerk, Ordnance Department, Hydraulic Pressed Steel Co., Cleveland, 1918-19. 
Married, 1915, Mr. Miles Lawrence Hanley. 

Warner, Alberta Hinkle, 1914-15, See page 76. 

Warren, Arletta L., 1891-92, 135 East North Street, Wooster, O. 

Teacher in the High School, Wooster, 1915-19. 

Warren, Winifred, 1894-96, See page S. 

Watson, Amey Eaton, 1915-18, 5 College Avenue, Haverford, Pa. 

Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Married, 1913, Professor Frank Dekker Watson. Three son.--. 

Watson, Florence Mehitabel, 1889-90, Died, 1896. 

Married, 1895, Mr. George Bell. 

Weeks, Eula Adeline, 1910-12, See page 96. 

Weidensall, Clara Jean, 1906-07,. .College of Medicine, Cincinnati, O. 

Medical Student, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati, 1917-19. 



130 Former Graduate Students 

Weld, Jean, 1909-10, 2024 West 16th Street, Little Rock, Ark. 

Teacher ofjEnglish in the High School, Little Rock,il918-19. 

Wesner, Mary Boyde, 1916-17, See page 77. 

Wesson, Cynthia Maria, 1913-14, See page 14. 

Weston, Dorothy Vivian, 1915-16, See page 14. 

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 84. 

Wheeler, Emily Frances, 1887-88, 

2435 East Fourth Street, Long Beach, Cal. 

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. Benjamin F. Babb. Three sons, three daughters living (one child t 1906, 
one t 1912, and two t 1914). 

White, Florence Donnell, 1906-07, See page 8. 

White, Helen Beardsley Cromwell, 1909-10, Bradford, Pa. 

White, Julia Scott, 1892-94, Guilford College, N. C. 

Librarian of Guilford College, 1901-19. 

Whitfield, Allein, 1910-11, 2910 Eighth Street, Meridian, Miss. 

Wieand, Helen Emma, 1907-09, 1915-17, 

President's House. Wheaton College, Norton, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Dr. Samuel Valentine Cole. 

Wigg, Harriet Ella, 1901-02, Died, 1913. 

Wildman, Edith E., 1911-12, Selma, O. 

Teacher of English, Friends Academy, Spiceland,-Ind., 1918-19. 

Wilkinson, Annie Lyndesay, 1898-99, See page 96. 

Willard, Mildred McCreary, 1917-18, See page 14. 

Willcox, Marguerite, 1913-14, 1915-16, See page 8. 

Williamson, Bertha Torre y, 1907-09, 

Scenic Driveway, Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Married, 1907, Dr. Charles Clarence Williamson. One daughter. 

Wilson, Elizabeth Dixon, 1914-15, See page 79. 

Wilson, Lillian Gertrude, 1906-07, 

805 North College Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Oscar Jackson Coffin. One son. 

Windle, Letitia Butler, 1917-18, See page 79. 

Wines, Emma Stansbury, 1895-96, 1905-06, See page 14. 

Wolff, Mabel Pauline, 1916-19 Myerstown, Pa. 

Teacher in the Phebe Anne Thorne Model School, Bryn Mawr, 1916-19. 

Wood, Eleanor Densmore, 1897-99, 

Elizabeth Peabody House, 357 Charles Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1916, Mr. John Pratt Whitman. 

Wood, Ida, 1887-88, 1889-90, See page 8. 

Woodbury, Margaret, 1915-16, See page 96. 

Woodward, Madalene Heroy, 1910-11, 3 College Lane, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, , Mr. Robert Simpson Woodward, Jr. Two sons, one daughter. 



Former Undergraduate Students 131 

Workman, Anna Cheney, 1909-10, See page 80. 

Worth, Florina Gertrude, 1896-98, Maxton, N. C. 

Dean of Carolina College, Maxton, 1917-19. 
Married, 1902, The Rev. Roderick Belton John. 

Wray, Edith Armstrong, 1916-17, 

819 South Harrison Street, Shelbyville, Ind. 

Head of English Department in the High School, Shelbyville, 1917-19. 

Wright, Edith Btjell, 1911-13, See page 80. 

Wright, Ellen C, 1888-89 Wilmington, O. 

Professor of Latin, Wilmington College, 1882-1912, and Librarian and Assistant Teacher, 
1912-19. 

Yates, Carolyn Ballinger, 1916-17, Guilford, N. C. 

Instructor in English and History in the High School, Guilford, 1917-19. 

Yates, Fanchon, 1907, Babylon, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1917, Mr. William Robert Bross, Jr. 

Young, Rose, 1907-08, See page 80. 

Zillefrow, Katharine, 1897-98, Clarksville, O. 

Managing a farm, 1907-18. 



Former Undergraduates of Bryn Mawr College. 

Adams, Ewing, 1915-18, 

Care of Mrs. Louis LaBeaume, 5340 Waterman Avenue, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Edwin Osborn Baker. 

Adams, Jessie St. John, 1912-13, Empire Building, Atlanta, Ga. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Daniel MacDougall. One daughter. 

Adams, Susan Willson, 1894-95, .... 993 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Bookbinder, 1916-18. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Albert Palmer Brooks. 

Akers, Ruth Faith, 1908-10, . . 905 Magnolia Avenue, Long Beach, Cal. 

Teacher of Spanish in the High School, Adin, Cal., 1918-19. 

Alexander, Helen Duncan, 1914-15, 

St. Martin's, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Yeoman, U. S. N., 1917-18 

Allen, Helen Howland, 1895-97, 35 Grove Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Allen, Jeannette, 1907-10, . 

Care of Mrs. C. R. Dix, Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1914, Lieutenant-Colonel Frank M. Andrews, U. S. A. One daughter, one son. 

Allen, Mary Ware, 1914-16, Bonita, San Diego County, Cal. 

Student, University of California, 1917-18. 

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 Bellevue Place, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Malcolm Fleming. 



132 Former Undergraduate Students 

Allyn, Susan Frances, 1893-95, Died, 1905. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Harry T. Moore. 

Alsop, Susan Kite, 1S93-94, Christiana Apartments, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Married, 1903, Mr. William B. Bell. One son (t 1905), one daughter. 

Ames, Alice, 1909-11, 501 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Married, 1917, Dr. Branson, Crothers. 

Ames, Edith, 1891-93, R. F. D. No. 1, Lowell, Mass. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Charles Brooks Stecens. Two sons, two daughters. 

Ames, Margaret, 1905-06, 511 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Gushing Frederick Wright. One son (t 1918). 

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, 

1533 Groesbeck Road, College Hill, Cincinnati, O. 

Anderson, Eleanor Milbank, 1896-98, 

80 West 40th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1904, Mr. John Stewart Tanner. Married, 1918, Mr. Frederick Barber Campbell. 
One daughter. 

Andrews, Eleanor Anne Fyfe, 1889-90, 1895-96, . .Address unknown. 
Andrews, Ethel, 1915-16,. . . .424 St. Ronan Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Teacher in Private Day School and Student of Music, 1918-19. 

Archbald, Ruth Sellers, 1902-05, 

Care of Mrs. J. C. Kerr, Englewood, N. J. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Halsted Little. 

Arnold, Frances, 1893-95, 142 East 18th Street, New York City. 

Arny, Helen Worman, 1900-05, 202 Taylor Avenue, Easton, Pa. 

Married, 191.5, Mr. George Chase Macan, Jr. One daughter. 

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. 

Atkinson, Emily Niernsee, 1912-13, Died, 1918. 

Atwater, Ethelwyn Morrill, 1887-89, Died, 1900. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Arthur H. Cleveland. 

Atwater, Sophie Meade, 1886-88, Lafayette Dairies, Chadds Ford, Pa. 
Augur, Margaret Avery, 1903-05, 16 Cedar Street, Chicago, III. 

Assistant, Rosemary Hall, 1915-19. 

Austin, Annette, 1896-97, Died, 1908. 

Austin, Dorothy, 1912-13, 435 West 119th Street, New York City. 

Secretary to Secretary of Pacific Development Corporation, New York City, 1918-19. 

Baggaley, Elizabeth, 1899-1901, 5811 Stanton Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Alexander Rook Carroll. One son (f 1914), one daughter. 

Bailey, Elizabeth, 1911-13,. .1517 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Henry McCormick Gross. 

Bailey, Emma Doll, 1890-92, Englewood, N. J. 

Married, 1893;, Mr. Robert Elliott Speer. Two sons, three daughters (one t 1906). 

Bain, Olive Love, 1914-17, 228 West 71st Street, New York City. 

Married, 1917 .Lieutenant Percy Hamilton Kittle. 

Baird \lice Russell, 1903-06,. .137 West 85th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Max Roesler. One daughter, one son. 



Former Undergraduate Students 133 

Baird, Cora, 1892-95, 2012 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Philanthropic and Red Cross Work. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Henry Sulger Jeanes (f 1912). Two daughters, one son. 

Baldattf, Cora, 1901, 1901-03, .. 103 East 84th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1908, Mr. F. Julius Fohs. Two daughters. 

Baldwin, Grace Peckham, 1892-94, ... 19 Hobart Road, Summit, N. J. 

Married, 1907, The Rec. Israel Losey White. Two sons, one daughter. 

Baldwin. Susan A., 1891-93, 328 Main Street, West Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Miles Franklin Bristol, (t 1918.) 

Ballard, Jessie May, 1899-1900, .. .Highland Farm, Underwood, 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. 

Bookkeeper, American Foreign Banking Corporation, Xew York City, 1918-19. 

Bancroft, Alice, 1896-97, 917 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Bancroft, Antoinette Louise, 1888-89, 

219 Columbia Boulevard, Waterbury, Conn. 

Married, 1889, Mr. Wilson Howard Pierce. One daughter, one son. 

Banks, Mina White, 1917-18, Hernando, Miss. 

Barlow, Aileen Hardwick, 1908-09, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Lieutenant Valentine Nicholas Bieg, U. S. N. 

Barlow, Margaret, 1S97-1904, Wayland, Mass. 

Mother's Helper, 1907-18. 

Barnes, Aida Cromwell, 1909-11, Address unknown. 

Barnett, Gladys Mary, 1914-16,. .336 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Organist and Accompanist, 1916-19. 

Barnett, Helen Mary, 1912-15,. . . .242 East Pitt Street, Bedford, Pa. 

Bookkeeper in Bedford County Trust Co., 1918-19. 

Barney, Sara, 1903, 1903-04, 2125 S Street, Washington, D. C. 

Barnhisel, Claire Grace, 1899-1900, 

821 San Luis Road, Northbrae, Berkeley, Cal. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Charles Bradford Hudson. One son, one daughter. 

Barrette, Katharine Biddle, 1914-18, 

Care of General John Davenport Barrette, War Department, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Confidential Work, Military Intelligence Division, War Department, 1918-19. 

Barritt, Jessie Ellen, 188S-93, Address unknown. 

Barstow, Jean Merrill, 1910-11, 

318 Earlham Terrace, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1919, Ensign Charles Gilbert Reinhardl. 

Bartlett, Laura Alice, 1901-05, ..15 Congress Street, Greenfield, Mass. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Lawrence Joseph Stoddard. 

Bates, M. Elizabeth, 1893-96, 

Women's College in Brown University, Providence, R. I. 

Instructor in Hvgiene and Physical Education, Women's College in Brown University, 
1912-19. 

Battersby, Emma Josephine, 1886-89, 1899-1900, .. .Address unknown. 

Beach, Esther Belding, 1913-14, Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Beals, Annie Read, 1894-95, . . 184 Winchester Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Walter Adams Parker (f 1916). One son, one daughter. 

Beggs. Ethel May, 1904-06, 1637 Franklin Park, S., Columbus, O. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Frederick Timothy Hall. One daughter. 



134 Former Undergraduate Students 

Belleville, Dorothy, 1912-14, The Bellefield Dwellings, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Captain of Agricultural Unit of Margaret Morrison Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, 1918-19. 

Bernheim, Helen, 1904-06, 2633 Le Conte Avenue, Berkeley, Cal. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Albert S. Roth. One -son, one daughter. 

Besly, Violet, 1904-07, 600 West 116th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Leonard Gregory Phillips. One daughter. 

Bettle, Edith, 1895-96, Haverford, Pa. 

Assistant Librarian, Haverford College, 1914-19. 

Bevan, Sarah Fretz, 1906-07, R. F. D. 4, Norristown, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Walter Thomas Rex. 

Bibb, Gertrude Burnley, 1903-05, Address unknown. 

Biddle, Helen P., 1894-95 Bala, Pa. 

Birch, Lillian, 1887-92, Highland Park, Pa. 

Teacher in Public Schools, Philadelphia, 1896-1917. 

Bishop, Julia Lewis, 1905-06, 

Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Arthur Evans Wood. Two sons. 

Bissell, Constance Bonner, 1917-18, 

Care of David S. Bissell, Esq., Woodland Road, E. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Student, Wells CoUege, 1918-19. 

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. Channing Cabot. Two sons, four daughters. 

Blakey, Dorothy Mary, 1915-16, 

1019 University Avenue, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Blodgett, Emily Louise, 1901-05, South Lincoln, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Thomas Edwards Sherwin. One son. 

Blodgett, Margaret Paddock, 1903-07, South Lincoln, Mass. 

Curator of Private Libraries, 1917-18. 

Blount, Eugenia, 1911-14, 17 Christopher Street, New York City. 

A.B., University of Toronto, 1916. Chemist, Harriman Research Laboratory, Roosevelt 
Hospital, New York City, 1918-19. 

Blum, Sophia, 1907-09, Cedarhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Newton Arnold. One daughter. 

Blyth, Elizabeth Anne, Hearer, 1916-17, 

288 West Haines Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Bolles, Helen Marion, 1916-17, Died, 1918. 

Bolton-Smith, Louise, 1910-12, Died, 1914. 

Bond, Elsie Murdoch, 1901-02,.. 30 West Biddle Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Worker in Bureau of Refugees, American Red Cross, Paris, 191S-19. 

Bonsal, Frances Leigh, 1916-17, 

18 East Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md. 

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, 

132 St. George's Road, Ardmore, Pa. 
Married, 1902, Mr. Henry Newbold Woolman. One son. 



Former Undergraduate Students 135 

Bourne, Anna Maria, 1899-1900, 

1724 Washington Street, South Walpole, Mass. 

Married, 1907, The Rev. Charles Elmer Beals. Two daughters , one son. 

Bowman, Edna Alwilda, 1890-91, 480 North First 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, 402 Imperial Arms, Portland, Ore. 

Director of Y. W. C. A. Commercial School, 1914-19. 

Brandeis, Jean, 1912-13, Ladless Hill Farm, Louisville, Ky. 

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. 

In training Presbyterian Hospital Training School for Nurses, New York City, 1916-19. 

Branson, Frances Garrett, 1915-18, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Daniel Schenck Keller (f 1918). 

Brash, Corinne, 1906-07, 3336 North 16th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Harold C. Krauskopf. One daughter. 

Bretz, Marion Starr, 1916-18, 

1921 North 2nd Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Teacher in High School, New Cumberland, Pa., 1918-19. 

Briggs, Helen Gerry, 1899-1901, Address unknown. 

Briggs, Nellie, 1890-91, Address unknown. 

Briggs, Sara Marie, 1900-04,. . .222 Salisbury Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Married, 1907, Captain Donald Brigham Logan. One daughter. 

Bright, Josephine, 1903, 1903-04, Hazleton, Pa. 

Head Social Service Worker, Hahnemann Hospital, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Bright. Mary DeHaven, 1894-97, .... 215 Walnut Avenue, Wayne, Pa. 
Brodhead, Gertrude Ross, 1915-16, . .3803 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Student, Pierce Business School, 1918-19. 

Brodie, Elizabeth Harris, 1900, Died, 1900. 

Brooks, Ethel Helena, 1904-07, 

440 East Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. George Herbert Stewart. One son. 

Brooks, Frances Annette, 1894-96, Lawrence Park, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Frederick Thomas Ackermann. Two daughters. 

Brooks, Helen Bennett, 1910-12, Greenacres, Hartsdale, N. Y. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Lewis Merriam Wiggin. One daughter. 

Brooks, Helen Jane, 1912-13, 

1007 North Lawrence Avenue, Wichita, Kans. 

Brooks, Katherine Glover, 1911-12, 

Riverbank Court, Cambridge, Mass. 

Student of Architecture, 1916-19. 

Brown, Alice Lucile, 1908-09, 

1147 Twenty-first Street North, Seattle, Wash. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Samuel Aaron Martin. One son, two daughters. 

Brown, Edith Doane, 1905-07,. . .96 Washington Square, Salem, Mass. 

Probationer in Salem Hospital Training School, 1918-19. 

Brown, Edna Florence, 1903-06,. . .21 Johnson Avenue, Newark, N. J. 

Married, 1915, Mr. John Frederic Wherry. 



136 Former Undergraduate Students 

Brown, Helen Davenport, 1902-05, 

120 Boulevard du Montparnasse, Paris, France. 

Relief Work for Babies, 1914-18. 

Married, 1908, The Rev. Herbert Adams Gibbons. Three daughters, one son. 

Brown, Jane Mesick, 1898-1902,. . . .46 Chestnut Street, Boston, Mass. 

Private Secretary, 1903-19. 

Brown, Lovira Chapin, 1913-17, 

Care of Thomas Bryant Brown, Esq., 547-549 West 21st Street, 
New York City. 

Brown, Margaret Eaton, 1909-11, 

648 Maryland Avenue, E. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Thomas Fleming, Jr. One daughter, one son. 

Brown, Margery Lorraine, 1912-14, 

416 Eighth Avenue, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

A.M., University of Minnesota, 1918. Instructor in English, Stephens College, Columbia, 
Mo., 1918-19. 

Brown, Margaret Wickliffe, 1895-96, 

Care of Fidelity Trust Company, Louisville, Ky. 

Brown, Marion Hastings, 1908-09, 805 Simpson Street, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Malcolm Shaw MacLean. One son. 

Brown, Mary Mason, 1892-94, Dayton, O. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Matson Waite. 

Brownback, Emily Yocum, 1910-12, .' Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Browne, Margaret Wentworth, 1896-98, 

1316 New Hampshire- Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

Confidential Filing Clerk, Navy Department, 1918-19. 

Browne, Norvelle Whaley, 1907-09, 

15 East 10th Street, New York City. 

Teacher of Music, 1913-19. 

Bruere, Emmie Cornelia, 1898-99, Open Doors, Short Hills, N. J. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Abram John Rose. One daughter, one son. 

Bryan, Henrietta King, 1904-06, . .42 South Battery, Charleston, S. C. 

Married, 1913, Captain George Hull Baldwin, U. S. A. One son, one daughter. 

Bryant, Gladys, 1913-15, Cohasset, Mass. 

Laboratory Assistant in Bacteriology, Presbyterian Hospital, New York City, 1918-19. 

Brylawski, Betjlah, 1898-99, 4000 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1899, Professor David Werner Amram. Two sons, one daughter. 

Buchanan, Isabel, 1908, 190S-11, Died, 1913. 

Buchanan, Mary Crow, 1910-13,. .473 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 191S. 

Bulley, Corolyn, 1910-11, 216 Ostrom Avenue, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Bullivant, Marjorie, 1904, 1904-05, Polo Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Carroll Brewster Nichols. Three daughters, one son. 

Bunnell, Catharine Tomlinson, 1894-96, Torrance, Cal. 

Married, 1915, Mr. James McDougall Mitchell. 

Buracker, Flora Kathleen, 1910-12, 

University Apartments, Baltimore^ Md. 

Married, 1916, Mr. William Goldsborough Nicholson. 

Bush, Emma Danforth, 1899-1900, 1608 Rodney Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Assistant Principal of the Greenhill School, Wilmington, 1917-19. 

Buster, Frances Estelle, 1909-10, Died, 1913. 

Butler, Florence Harney, 1893-94, Honolulu, H. T. 



Former Undergraduate Students 137 

Butler, Miriam, 1916-1S, Care of Charles N. Butler, Esq., Glen Mills, Pa. 
Buxton, Anna Nash, 1903-06, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Office Manager, Military Relief Department, American Red Cross Headquarters, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Buzby, Anne Knox, 1900-04, St. Davids, Pa. 

War Relief Worker, 1914-18. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Louis Jaquelte Palmer. Three daughters (one t 1910). 

Cable, Miriam Louise, 1903-05, Mariahilfestrasse 10, Vienna VII, Austria. 

Married, 1911, Captain Friedrich von Ternes. 

Cabot, Frances Anne, 1910-12,. . .4 Armory Square, Springfield, Mass. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Maurice Machado Osborne. One son. 

Cadburt, Caroline Warder, 1894-95, 

506 Locust Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1900, Mr. William Ellis Shipley. Three daughters. 

Cadbury, Elizabeth Bartram, 1892-93, Haverford, Pa. 

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. Two daughters (one f 1915), one son. 

Calder, Helen Remington, 1899-1901, 1910-12, 

330 North Moffat Avenue, Joplin, Mo. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Edgar Zollinger Wallower. 

Canada, Mabel Augusta, 1896-97, 239 Fitch Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Angus M. Fraser. Two sons, four daughters. 

Canby, Clara Greenough, 1899-1900, Leesburg, Va, 

Married, 1905, Mr. Bradshaw Beverley Chichester. One son, one daughter. 

Carey, Josephine Gibson, 1885-86, 1228 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Volunteer Social Worker and War Relief Worker, 1917-19. 
Married, 1889, Dr. Henry M. Thomas. Two sons. 

Carey, Louise, 1904-05, 1908, 1908-09, 

3404 West North Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1914, Dr. Joshua Rosett. One son. 

Carncross, Helen, 1898, 1898-99, 

Care of Dr. Horace Carncross, 721 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Carns, Dorothy Jane, 1917-18, 

Apartment 3 C, 209 West 97th Street, New York City. 

Civilian Relief Work, New York City, 1918-19. 

Carroll, Heloise, 1913-15, 

318 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, or 75 Zillicoa Street, Asheville, 
N. C. 

Cary, Margaret Snell, 1916-18, 

Care of Charles J. Carv, Esq., 605 Lennox Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Case, Mary Cushing, 1904-06, 1907-08, 

309 West 91st Street, New York City. 

Director of Friendly Aid Kindergarten, 1917-19. 

Case, Mary Frank, 1907-09, 14 Church Street, Haverhill, Mass. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Chase Keith Pevear. Two daughters. 

Casselberry, Catharine, 1913-17, 1245 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Castelhun, Vera, 1904, 1904-05,. .51 High Street, Newburyport, Mass. 

Ch allen, Laura Redington, 1904, 

Dunedin, Alexandra Road, Penzance, England. 

Married, 1906, Mr. James Jewill Hill. 



138 Former Undergraduate Students 

Chambers, Agnes, 1908-11, 18 West Franklin Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Clerk in the Depot Quartermaster, U. S. A., 1917-18. 

Chambers, Margaret Ferguson, 1905, 1905-08, 

11 Overtoil Road, University Parkway, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1910, Mr. L. Alan Dill. Two daughters, one son (t 1914). 

Chandler, Marie Julia, 1914-15, Ivy Cottage, Whitford, Pa. 

Secretarial Work in Boston, 1918-19. 

Channing, Alice, 1907-09, 74 Sparks Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

War relief work for refugees in Paris under American Red Cross, 1917-19. 

Channing, Elizabeth Torrey, 1911-12, 

Sycamore Farm, South Walpole, Mass. 

Married, 1915, Captain Willard Perrin Fuller. Two sons. 

Chase, Lucia Hosmer, 1913-17, Rose Hill, Waterbury, Conn. 

Chase, Lucy Edith, 1888-89,. .3255 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, Cal. 

Married, 1893, Mr. William Burger Boorum. Married, 1908, Mr. Osgood Putnam. 

Chase, Mary Ayer, 1916-18, 

Care of Mrs. Samuel T. Chase, 3204 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Preston Burlingham Boyden, U. S. A. 

Chauvenet, Virginia Rolette, 1900-03, Sheridan, Pa. 

Chenault, Sue Shirley, 1890-91, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Franklin Watkins. Two sons, three daughters. 

Cheney, Elizabeth Hope, 1913-16, Narberth, Pa. 

Cheney, Marjory, 1899-1901, South Manchester, Conn. 

War relief work in France, 1917-19. 

Cheney, Ruth, 1914-16, East Hill, Peterborough, N. H. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Thomas Winthrop Streeter. 

Child, Cora Mott, 1887-88,. . .391 South Union Street, Burlington, Vt. 

Married, 1892, Mr. J. Lindley Hall. Two daughters, two sons. 

Christie, Mary Phelps, 1900-01, 1902-03, 

2626 Morris Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1908, The Rev. Daniel Miner Rogers (t 1909). One son. Married, 1915, Mr. 
William Laubach Nute. One son. 

Churchill, Mary Gardner, 1895-98, Kenilworth, 111. 

Clapp, Anna Verplanck, 1891-92, Died, 1910. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Lionel Radiguet. Two daughters, one son. 

Clark, Dora Mildred, 1913, Castleton, Vt. 

Clark, Eleanor Bonsal, 1898-99, 223 St. Mark's Square, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Clarence Foster Hand. • 

Clark, Elizabeth Morris, 1890-92, 532 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

War relief work for women students in Switzerland, 1917-19. 

Clark, Zelma Estelle, 1892-93, Address unknown. 

Clarke, Anna Huidekoper, 1901-02, 1904-05, Died, 1911. 

Clarke, Grace Tileston, 1894-95, 1896, 1896-98, 

121 Clifton Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Vernon Ames Wright. Two sons, two daughters. 

Clemens, Olivia Susan, 1890-91, Died, 1896. 

Clifford, Katharine Louise, 1916-17, Shore Road, South Portland, Me. 

Assistant in Primary Department, Wayneflete School, Portland, Me., 1918-19. 

Clothier, Edith, 1899-1900, 

12 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, England. 

Married, 1916, Mr. William John Sanderson, Jr. 



Former Undergraduate Students 139 

Clough, Harriett, 1900-03, 253 Ocean Street, Lynn, Mass. 

Coates, Elisa, 1890-91, Berwick Avenue, Ruxton, Md. 

Married, 1902, Mr. William Marbury Nelson. Two sons, one daughter. 

Cole, Blanche Elizabeth, 1907-11, Chester, 111. 

Coles, Therese Pauline, 1899-1900, 1907-08, 

2114 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Writer, 1910-18. 

Married, 1904, Dr. George Trotter Tyler. One daughter. 

Collins, Anna Mary, 1903, 1903-05, 4 Rosa Road, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Married, 1914, Professor George Dvnght Kellogg. One daughter, one son. 

Collins, Grace Whitcomb, 1897-98, . .715 Raleigh Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Instructor in Latin Department of the Maury High School, Norfolk, 1914-18. 

Colter, Helen Margaret, 1908-10, 

R. F. D. 2, Squirrel Road, Birmingham, Mich. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Newbold LeRoy Pierson, Jr. Three sons (one t 1914), one daughter. 

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. 

Instructor in Romance Languages, University of Wisconsin, 1918-19. 

Connelly, Mary Hora, 1892-93, 

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, O. 

Dean of Women, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1917-19. 

Conrad, Elizabeth, 1907-08, 

Care of Mrs. William T. Johnson, 3659 Harrison Boulevard, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Instructor in Romance Languages and Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, 
1917-19. 

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. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant-Commander William H. Pashley, U. S. N. 

Cooksey, Margaret, 190.5-07, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1911, Signor Gaetano Cagiati. 

Cooper, Isabel Ruth, 1909-10, Address unknown. 

Cooper, Virginia Alice, 1902-03, 

Care of Houghton National Bank, Houghton, Mich. 

Married, 1907, Mr. David Hartwell Ladd. One son. 

Cordingley, Mary Forsyth, 1914-16, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Corning, Zelma Mary, 1909-11,. . . .101 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Literary Agent, 1917-18. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Carl Brandt. Two daughters. 

Costelloe, Karin Elizabeth Mary Conn, 1908-09, 

Sandwett, Radlett, Herts, England. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Adrian Leslie Stephen. One daughter. 

Couch, Harriet Lord, 1907-08, 

Long Meadow Farm, Paramus Road, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Robert Duncan Coombs. One son. 

Coughlin, Margaret Fay, 1894-95, 1896, 1897-99, 

Hotel Beresford, San Francisco, Cal. 



140 Former- Undergraduate Students 

Coulter, Helen Brewster, 1911-12, 

1139 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. 

Cox, Dorothy Hannah, 1910-13, R. R. E., Terre Haute, Ind. 

Hospital work in France, 1917-1S. 

Cox, Jr., Lenore Hanna, 1912-14, 

1288 Denniston Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A. B., Radcliffe College, 1917. 

Married, 1918, Mr. John Norvin Compton. 

Craig, Eleanor Woodworth, 1903-04, Nassau, N. Y. 

Head of Group of Media and Glassware Preparation, Division of Laboratories and Research, 
State Department of Health, Albany, N. Y., 1916-17. 

Craig, Florence Colgate, 1901-04, .. .Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Arthur Edward Whitney. Two daughters, one son. 

Crane, Frances Anita, 1905-06, 

111 Glenn Road, Ardmore, Pa., or Woods Hole, Mass. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Robert William Leatherbee. Three sons. 

Crawford, Athalia Ltjcilla, 1903-06, 

Corner State and Spring Mill Road, Conshohocken, Pa. 

Crawford, Dana Crisst, 1898-99, Merion, Pa. 

Crocker, Clara Ballard, 1909-12, . . 54 Brimmer Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Courtenay Crocker. Two sons (one t 1913), one daughter. 

Culin, Mira Barrett, 1896-99, 

260 South Madison Avenue, Pasadena, Cal. 

Cull, Ruth Elizabeth, 1911-12, ... .Broderick, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Married, , Mr. Smith. 

Curtis, Katharine Robinson, 1900-03, 

9 East 94th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Henry Hill Pierce. Three sons. 

Curtis, Marian, 1895-96, 331 West 76th Street, New York City. 

Confidential War Clerk, U. S. Government, 1918. 

Married, 1906, Captain Roger Bradbury Whitman. Two sons. 

Cuthbert, Marian, 1901-03, . . . Eastbourne Terrace, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William Torrey Walker. Two sons, one daughter. 

Dabney, Elizabeth Carrington, 1915-17, 

2817 Maple Avenue, Dallas, Texas. 

Daddow, Virginia, 1909-11, St. Clair, Schuylkill Co., Pa. 

Daniels, Harriet McDoual, 1900-01, Clinton, N. Y. 

Darlow, Ida Rowena, 1912-14, Herman, Neb. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Lloyd Delos Burdic. One son. 

Davidson, Julia Quinta, 1897-98, 335 West 29th Street, New York City. 

Social Worker, 1917-19. 

Davie, Gertrude Evans, 1917-18, . . . 5907 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. 

Bacteriologist, Polyclinic Hospital, Chicago, 191S-19. 

Davis, Clara Marie, 1897-98, 1900, 

332 Townsend Street, Lansing, Mich. 

Relief Work in France with American Fund for French Wounded, 1918-19. 

Davis, Eleanor Bushnell, 1916-18, 

Care of Henry L. Davis, Esq., 106 West Moreland Avenue, Chestnut 
Hill, Philadelphia. 

Davis, Ethel Belle, 1913, 

No. 22 Hospital General, British Expeditionary Force, France. 

Nursing in British Expeditionary Force Hospital, France, 1916-18. 



Former Undergraduate Students 141 

Davis, Mart Everett, 1910-11, 

405 Righter Street, Wissahickon, Philadelphia. 

Clerk, Midvale Steel and Ordnance Co., 1918-19. 

Day, Alice Margaret, 1901-03, . .70 West 55th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1907, Mr. William Augustus McLaren. 

Dean, Anna Elliott, 1894-95, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Bertrand Kingsbury Wilbur. Five sons, five daughters. 

de Bonneville, Louise, 1892-95, 1899, 1900, 

Care of Mrs. John B. Thayer, Merion, Pa.; or Montgomery Inn, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Private Tutor and Art Expert, 1914-19. 

de Koven, Ethel le Roy, 1902-04, 

Care of C. I. Hudson Co., 66 Broadway, New York City. 

Married, 1911, Mr. H. Kierstede Hudson. Two sons. 

Delaplaine, Meribah Croft, 1915-17, Merion, Pa. 

Depew, Christine Ellen, 1907-10, Delano, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Stanley Blake Williams (t 1918). 

Diller, Saraferree, 1911-12, 426 West James Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Dixon, Lilian, 1888-89, 47 Churchill Street, Springfield, Mass. 

Instructor in Science, Ogontz School, Ogontz, Pa., 1918-19. 

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, 

Hotel Brevoort, Fifth Avenue and 8th Street, New York City. 

Worker in the Hospital Lutetia, Paris, 1916-17. 

Douglas, Anabel, 1889-90, 133 Queen's Gate, London, S. W., England. 

Principal of Private School, Queen's Gate, London, England, 1899-1918. 

Douglas, Nellie Woods, 1900, Died, 1916. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Frank Adams Ellis. 

Downer, Agnes Peabody, 1901-02, 

4238 South Harvard Boulevard, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1909, Mr. John Prettyman Holland. One son. 

Downing, Harriet Adele, 1899-1901, Colmar, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Luther Albert Gray. One daughter, two sons. 

Downing, Julia Charlotte, 1899-1900, 

705 North 19th Street, Philadelphia. 

Downs, Elizabeth Wharton, 1914-15, 

Care of Mrs. Norton Downs, Fordhooke Farm, Three Tuns, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Rowland Evans, Jr. 

Doxrud, Olivia Christine, 1911-12, Address unknown. 

Driver, Ruth, 1915-16, Franklin Road, Carpenteria, Cal. 

Married, 1917, Mr. John Fairbank Rock. One daughter. 

Dudley, Katharine, 1900-02, 1545 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Portrait Painter, 1906-18. 

Dudley, Margaret, 1S89-92, 

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, 1S97, Mr. Samuel C. Hcntti/ia (t 191:5). Two daughters, two sons. 



142 Former Undergraduate Students 

Dulles, Margaret Josephine, 1907-08, 

67 South Street, Auburn, N. Y. 

Married, 1913, The Rev. Deane Edwards. Two sons. 

Dunn, Helen Prentiss, 1905-06, 59 West 86th Street, New York City. 
Dure, Augusta, 1914-15, 1509 Franklin Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Nathaniel Woodhidl Howell, U. S. A. 

Dutcher, Eva Olive, 1900-01, 20 Abbott Street, Wellesley, Mass. 

Associate Professor of Biblical History, Wellesley College, 1917-19. 

Dyer, Lilia, 1901, . Care of Mr. Mills, 918 Security Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Nurses' Aid, American Red Cross, France, 1918-19. 

Eastham, Williette Woodside, 1898-99, 

St. John's College, Shanghai, China. 

Married, 1903, Dr. Charles Stuart Fessenden Lincoln. 

Eastwick, Katherine Consuelo Hinkle, 1914-16, 

46 West 9th Street, New York City. 

Eberbach, Anna Getz, 1916-18, 

Care of John S. Eberbach, Esq., Colwyn Lane, Cynwyd, Pa. 
Student of Elocution, 1918-19. 

Eberman, Ella, 1893-94, West Chester, Pa. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Gibbons Gray Cornwell (t 1912). 

Edison, Madeleine, 1906-08, ... 3216 Newark Street, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Eyre Sloane. Two sons. 

Edwards, Pauline Childs Hartman, 1903-05, 1906, 

4642 Lake Park Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Everett Shackleford Cason. One daughter. 

Elfreth, Anna Elizabeth, 1903-04, ... 19 Times Building, Chicago, 111. 
Eliot, Martha May, 1910-11, 2 West Cedar Street, Boston, Mass. 

House Officer, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, 1918-19. 

Elmer, Eleanor Nixon, 1909-10, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Henry Tenney. 

Elwell, Rachel Patten, 1905-08, 2207 Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia. 
Ely, Anna Mason, 1915-16, 205 Prospect Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

University of Wisconsin, 1914-18. 

Ely, Gertrude Sumner, 1896, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Organizer of Woman's Y. M. C. A. Canteen Work in France, 1917-19. 

Emerson, Helena Titus, 1896-98, 131 East 66th Street, New York City. 

Philanthropic Worker, 1903-19. 

Emory, Lucretia Van Bibber, 1896-97, Address unknown. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Frederick Sampso?i. 

Engelhard, Dorothy Lois, 1901-03, 

715 East Washington Street, Kirksville, Mo. 

Teacher, American School of Osteopathy, 1916-18. 
Married, 1914, Dr. Michael A. Lane. 

Engelhard, Margaret Jean, 1912-13, 524 Sheridan Square, Evanston, 111. 

Training Course at Presbyterian School for Nurses, Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, 111. 
1917-18. 

Erben, Helen, 1887-89, Died, 1916. 

Erbsloh, Gertrud Fanny Adeline, 1906-08, 

601 West 110th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Robert Otto Milller. Two sons, one daughter. 

Eschweiler, Hannah Lincoln, 1911-12, 

720 Goldsmith Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 



Former Undergraduate Students 143 

Esselborn, Juliet, 1894-95,. . . .2301 Grandview Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Frederick A. Geier. One son. 

Evans, Adelaide Rebecca, 1902-06, Died, 1918. 

Married, 1913, Professor Clarence Perkins. One daughter. 

Evans, Dorothy Morton, 1913-14,. . .1653 Summit Street, Columbus, O. 

Chief Laboratory Technician, U. S. Army Hospital, Richland, N. C, 1918. 

Evans, Helen Ludington, 1909-11, 

818 University Parkway, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1917, Dr. Robert Morton Lewis. 

Evans, Helene Rebecca, 1911-14, 4 Place de la Concorde, Paris, France. 

American Red Cross work in Italy, 1918-19. 

Evans, Rebecca Miller, 1902-04, Died, 1909. 

Everett, Jane Hamlin, 1915-16, .... 1632 Latimer Street, Philadelphia. 

Kindergarten Training Course, 1916-19. 

Ewen, Marjorie, 1915-17, 

Earle Hotel, 103 Waverly Place, New York City. 

Typist, U. S. Army Transport Service, 1918. 

Fabian, Margaret, 1908-10, 1509 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, III. 

Nurses' Aide with American Red Cross in France, 1918. 

Fanshawe, Leonora, 1895-98, Died, 1912. 

Married, 1905, Mr. James Ford Clapp. One son, one daughter. 

Faulkner, Elizabeth, 1913-16, 78 West Street, Keene, N. H. 

Married, 1918, Dr. Walter Hamer Lacey, First Lieutenant, M. C, U. S. A. 

Fay, Margaret Virginia, 1915-16, . . 844 Prospect Place, Madison, Wis. 

Private Secretary to Professor Munro, Princeton University, 1918-19. 

Fearey, Marie-Louise, 1917-18, . .48 Central Park South, New York City. 

Student, Columbia University, 1918-19. 

Fenollosa, Brenda, 1901-02, 

Mermaid Lane and Stenton Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Moncure Biddle. Two sons. 

Ferguson, Lydia Sophia, 1888-89, Died, 1916. 

Ferris, Frances Canby, 1905-07, 1908-09, 

151 West Hortter Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in the Haverford School, Haverford, Pa., 1918-19. 

Feurer, Margaret Barton, 1913-14, 1321 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Yeoman, U. S. N., Chief File Clerk, 1918-19. 

Field, Margaret Elliot, 1899-1900, Orleans, Cape Cod, Mass. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Lawrence Washburn De Motte. Married, 1918, Mr. Charles Neville Buck. 

Fine, Suzanne Breeze Packard, 1910-11, Princeton, N. J. 

Fink, Henry, 1897-98, 

Carmel, Cal., or care of L. A. Hewett, 17 Board of Trade, Louisville, 
Ky. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Donato Zinno. 

Fish, Margaret Allina, 1899-1900, 9 Prescott Street, Brookline, Maas. 

Secretary, Radcliffe College Alumnae Association, 1917-19. 

Fishbein, Dora, 1914-16, 562 West 113th Street, New York City. 

Student, Columbia University, Secretarial Course, 1916-18. 

Fisk, Evelyn Louise, 1897-1900, 2019 O Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1910, Mr. John Warren DuBois Gould. One daughter, one son. 

Fiske, Cornelia Horsford, 1914-16, 

216 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 



144 Former Undergraduate Students 

Fiske, Margaret Gracie, 1915-16, 114 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Student, School of Business, Columbia University, 1918-19. 

Flanagan, Mary Gertrude, 1914-16, 71 Walnut Park, Newton, Mass. 

Fleck, Helen Mat, 1902-03, Rosemont, Pa. 

Fleischman, Helen, 1899-1900, 

The Osborne, 201 West 57th Street, New York City; summer: Somer- 
set Farm, East Millstone, N. J. 

Married, 1909, Mr. John Wyckoff Mettler. One daughter, one son. 

Fleming, Harriet Edna, 1910-15, . .1538 Diamond Street, Philadelphia. 

.Married, 1915, Mr. Albert Disston Turner. One son. 

Flexner, Hortense, 1903-04, . .948 South Second Street, Louisville, Ky. 

Technical Assistant, U. S. Public Health Sendee, 1918-19. 

Flinn, Helen Louise, 1917-18, 

Care of Mrs. C. M. Flinn, 615 Walnut Street, Erie, Pa. 

Student, University of Michigan, 1918-19. 

Floersheim, Edna W., 1896-99, 1828 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, 

Married, 1902, Mr. Albert J. Bamberger (fl917). 

Florance, Rosalie Nathan, 1917-18, 

Care of Mrs. L. B. Taft, Box 5, Milton, Mass. 

Forbes, Margaret, 1894-96, Died, 1899. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Arnold C. Klebs. 

Ford, Fanny Taliaferro, 1917-18, 

Care of Frank Richards Ford, Esq., 23 West 10th Street, New York 
City. 

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, Major William McMurtrie Rutter. Two daughters, one son. 

Forman, Ada Elizabeth, 1908-09, 

1407 Garfield Avenue, South Pasadena, Cal. 

Dancer, 1915-18. 

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 Commerce, 
1914-19. 

Foulke, Gwendolen, 1888-89, 821 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

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. 

Foulke, Rebecca Mulford, 1894-97, Radnor, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Ninian Caldwell Cregar. One daughter. 

Fox, Emily Read, 1904-06, . 125 West Springfield Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1915-19. 

Frederick, Miriam DuBois, 1900-03, 

3010 North 5th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1903, The Rev. Horace Kirk Holtzinger. Two daughters, one son. 

Fuller, Clara Bertram, 1912-15,. . .219 Clifford Court, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1916, Professor Warner Taylor. 

Fuller, Julia Appleton, 1895, 1895-96, . .6 Rue Chardin, Paris, France. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Alfred Barrelet de Ricou. Two sons. 



Former Undergraduate Students 145 

Fulton, Margaret Alexina, 1901-03, New Hope, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Robert Spencer. One daughter. 

Gage, Margaret Weld, 1895-97,. .5 Riedesel Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Gannon, Katharine Harriet, 1905-06, 

567 Dearborn Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Gano, Katharine Vallette, 1902-04, . .2302 Park Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Probation Officer, Hamilton Co., O., 1918-19. 

Gardner, Mabel, 1911-13, 102 Fenway, Boston, Mass. 

Garlock, LtjNette M., 1906, 385 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, Dr. Philip Hilbert Brown. 

Garrett, Frances Biddle, 1885-87, 

Pelham Court, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1916, Mr. J. Roberts Foulke. 

Garrett, Helen Alice, 1901-03, Linwood, Daggett Co., Utah. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Keith Smith. Two sons, two daughters. 

Garrett, Mart Rhoads, 1885-87, 1889-90, Rosemont, Pa. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Henry Stokes Williams. Four daughters (one t 1908) . 

Garrigues, Margaret Ashmead, 1908-10, 641 King Street, Pottstown, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Dr. John Ashby Lester. One daughter, one son. 

Garrigues, Ruth, 1915-18, Haverford, Pa. 

Student, State Normal School, "West Chester, 1918-19. 

Garrigues, Sidney, 1906-08, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Edward Aikia Edwards. One son, one daughter. 

Gatling, Rosalind, 1915-1S, 

Care of Richard Henry Gatling, Esq., 317 West 84th Street, New York 
City. 

George, Mary Ruth, 1906-10, 

Miss Madeira's School, 1330 Nineteenth Street, Washington, D. C. 

Teacher in Miss Madeira's School, Washington, D. C, 1915-19. 

Gerstenberg, Alice, 1903-06, 539 Deming Place, Chicago, 111. 

Writer of Plays and Novels, 1908-19. 

Gibson, Adeline Pepper (Hearer, 1916-18), Died, 1919. 

Gifford, Ida Eliot, 1893-95, 52 Davis Avenue, Brookline, Mass. 

Assistant Superintendent, North Shore Babies' Hospital, Salem, Mass., 1918-19. ■ 

Gilmour, Leonie, 1891-93, 1894-96, .. .Chigasaki, Kanagawaken, Japan. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Yone Noguchi. One son, one daughter. (Maiden name used.) 

Glmbel, Gertrude Long, 1907-08, . .Valley Road, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Edwin M. Dannenbaum. Three daughters. 

Glascock, Emily, 1912-14, Upperville, Va. 

Godfrey, Dorothy, 1910-11, 

Care of Peerless International Corporation, 73C Yamashita-Cho, Yoka- 
homa, Japan. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Charles S. Wayman. Two sons. 

Goldmark, Susan. 1894-98, 270 West 94th Street, New York City. 

Maker of hand-made pottery. 

Goldsmith, Sara, 1906-07, .Address unknown. 

Goodnow, Isabel Lyall, 1905-07, 1908-09, 

999 Esplanade, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Ezra Kendall Gillelt. Two sons, one daughter. 

Goodnow, Lois Root, 1912-16, 

Care of State Department (for Tokyo Pouch), Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1916, Mr. John Van Antwerp MacMurray. One daughter. 



146 Former Undergraduate Students 

Gordon, Grace Rix, 1908-09, 

516 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton Center, Mass. 

Y. M. C. A. Canteen Worker, Boston, 1918-19. 

Graham, Bessie, 1898-99, 326 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher in Correspondence School for Booksellers, New York City, 1918-19. 

Gray, Elizabeth Lawrence, 1908-09, 1910, 1912-13, Hull, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Joseph T. McLaughlin. One daughter, one son. 

Greeley, Edith Elizabeth, 1906-08, 

4833 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Green, Marjorie Crissy, 1899-1900, 800 John R Street, Detroit, Mich. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Edwin McCord Mulock. Two sons. 

Green, Phyllis, 1900-01 11 Wheeler Avenue, Worcester, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Clifford Spence Anderson. One son. 

Greene, Anne Dunkin, 1901-03, 9 Fernwood Road, Summit, N. J. 

Married, 1908, Captain Guy Bates. One daughter. 

Greene, Dorothy, 1916-17, 130 Fairfield Street, St. Albans, Vt. 

Red Cross Worker, 1917-19. 

Greenough, Eugenia, 1905-07,.. 61 Monmouth Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Royal E. Robbins. One daughter, one son. 

Griggs, Dorothy Maitland Lee, 1916-18, . . Ardsley-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Red Cross Nurse, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Griscom, Ethel Lydia, 1909, 1909-10,. . .380 College Road, Orono, Me. 

Married, 1911, Professor John Manvers Briscoe. One son, one daughter. 

Gross. Evelyn, 1898, 1898-99,. . . .4912 Forestville Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Gustave Alexander Meyer. One son. 

Guckenheimer, Adele, 1908-10, 5605 Aylesboro Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Morton Henry Herzog. One son. 

Gusky, Mary Esther, 1897, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Murray Eisfelder. 

Gyger, Mary Campbell, 1901-04, Box 56, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Piano, 1913-19. 

Haas, Jeanne, 1900-01, 1902-03, 

Innsbruckerstrasse 20, Schoneberg, Berlin, Germany. 

Married, 1900, Professor Albert Haas. Two daughters. 

Haevernick, Emma, 1901-04, 646 North 44th Street, Philadelphia. 

Hearer by Courtesy in Teutonic Philology, 1901-04. Head of Modern Language Depart- 
ment, Girls' High School, Philadelphia, 1903-19. 

Hailey, Ellen Lake, 1901-02, 

Sister Mary Helena, St. Barnabas Hospital, Salina, Kans. 

Superintendent, St. Barnabas Hospital, Salina, 1913-19, Mother Superior Society Sisters 
of Consolation, 1918-19. 

Haines, Isabelle Pennock, 1909-10, 

250 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Whitall Nicholson, Jr. (t 1918). Two daughters, one son. 

Haines, Lydia Rapelye, 1905-07,. . .Trumansburg, Tompkins Co., N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. William Pier son Biggs. One daughter. 

Haines, Mary Sheppard, 1903-04, Malvern, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Thomas Smedley Cox. Two sons, one daughter. 

Haldeman, Anna Marcet, 1905-08, Girard, Kans. 

Secretary, Kansas State Bankers' Association, 1916-17. 
Married, 1916, Mr. Emanuel Julius. 

Hall, Jane, 1915-17, Rye, N. Y. 

Student, Barnard College, 1918-19. 



Former Undergraduate Students 147 

Hallowell, Bertinia, 1903-05, 

515 West Clapier Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Aubrey Cowton Dickson. One son, one daughter. 

Hamill, Nellie Miller, 1913-15, 

Roland and Melrose Avenue, Normandie Heights, Baltimore, Md. 

Hamilton, Elizabeth Porter, 1895-97, 

22 Chestnut Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

Married, 1905, Mr. John Delatre Falconbridge. One daughter (f 1908). 

Hammer, Helen, 1914-16, 715 High Street, Pottstown, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1917-18. 

Married, 1917, Sergeant Stuart MacArthur Link. One son. 

Hammitt, Ruth, 1904, 1904-05, 

Mailing Address: Columbia, Lancaster Co., Pa. 

War work and writing in France, England and United States, 1914-19. 
Married, 1909, Mr. Reginald Wright Kauffman. 

Hansell, Helen, 1916-17, Haverford, Pa. 

Secretary, the Haverford School, 1918-19. 

Happold, Myrtis 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, 

115 West 16th Street, New York City, or Port Washington, Long 
Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Eagle. One son. 

Harding, Charlotte Gittings, 1912-14, 

Cathedral Close, Washington, D. C. 

Haring, Helen Garnsey, 1913-14, 96 Everit Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Clarence Henry Haring. Two sons. 

Harlan, Mary Leita, 1916-18, 

Care of Henry D. Harlan, Esq., 9 West Biddle Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Harlan, Ruth Martin, 1917-18, 

Care of George S. Harlan, Esq., Mt. Holly Avenue, Walbrook, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Harnish, Blanche Marie, 1894-96, 

499 South Franklin Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Married, 1898, The Rev. J. Rauch Stein. Three sons, two daughters. 

Harrington, Helen Nelthropp, 1904-05, 

20 Dudley Place, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Harrington, Ruth, 1911-12 242 Canton Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Robert Haydock. One son. 

Harris, Dorothy Elizabeth,, 1914-16, Arden, N. C. 

Harris, Jane Howell, 1891-93, Died, 1910. 

Harrison, Julia Leigh, 1911-13, 

Charlestown Hospital, Charlestown, W. Va. 

Assistant Superintendent, Charlestown Hospital, 1918-19. 

Hart, Rebecca Purdy, 1901-02, Doylestown, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Dr. Joseph R. Sioartzlander. 

Hartshorn, Joanna Dixon, 1898-99, Short Hills, N. J. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Harold Wright Hack. One son. 

Hartshorne, Mary Minturn, 1916-18, 

449 Park Avenue, New York City, or Highlands, N. J. 



148 Former Undergraduate Students 

Hartwig, Anna Louise, 1908-10, 1911-12, 

70 Morningside Drive, New York City. 

Supervisor for New York Committee on After Care of Infantile Paralysis Cases, 1916-19. 

Hathaway, Sylvia, 1909-11, 

Chew and High Streets, German town, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Harold Evans. Two daughters. 

Hawkins, Margaret, 1916-18, 

Care of Horace N. Hawkins, Esq., 1331 Columbine Street, Denver, 
Col. 

Hayes, Beatrice McAfee, 1911-13,. . . .442 Deming Place, Chicago, 111. 

Hazen, Harbine, 1911-12, 12 Peasenhall Lane, Hyde Park, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1914, Mr. William Henry Chatfield, Jr. One son, one daughter. 

Head, Catherine Esther, 1911-13, 

2006 Chadbonrne Avenue, Madison, Wis. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Thomas Emmett Coleman. 

Hecht, Adelheid, 1900-02, Died, 1911. 

Married, 1906, Mr. A. M. Bienenfeld. One son. 

Heermance, Laura Woolsey, 1892-93, 

354 Edwards Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Heike, LoursE Ottilie, 1899-1903, Died, 1918. 

Married, 1908, Dr. William Cavan Woolsey. 

Heisler, Laura Mary, 1914-16, 3829 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Student, University of Pennsylvania, 1918-19. 

Hellings, Eleanor Louise, 1910-13, 2315 Sixth Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Cockcroft Thomas Boyd. 

Helmer, Phoebe Armistead, 1916-18, 

Care of Ralph M. Helmer, Esq., 49 Orchard Street, Hillcrest, Jamaica, 
N. Y. 

Hench, Elizabeth C, 1890-92, 

2145 North Talbott Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Teacher of English, Manual Training High School, Indianapolis, Ind., 1901-19. 

Henderson, Hildegarde Gertrude, 1909-11, 

Care of Messrs. Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 Pall Mall, London, 
England. 

Henderson, Louisa Lamar, 1909-11, 

164 Washington Street, Cumberland, Md. 

Hendrick, Grace Pomeroy, 1917-18, 

139 East 40th Street, New York City. 

Red Cross Motor Corps and Y. M. C. A. Canteen Work, 1918-19. 

Henkle, Alice Buenna, 1902, 1902-04, 

5822 Blackstone Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Field Secretary for National Woman's Party, 1916-18. 

Henze, Paula, 1905-06, 269 Field Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the Eastern High School, Detroit, 1911-19 

Herrmann, Rose Sylphina, 1897-99, Died, 1902. 

Heulings, Alice, 1901-02,. . . .231 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 

Red Cross and Liberty Loan Worker, 1918-19. 

Hewitt, Candace, 1911-13, 127 East 21st Street, New York City. 

Acting Officer, Emergency Service Corps, 1916-17. 

Higginson, Elizabeth Bethune, 1893-95, 

77 Malborough Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Charles Jackson. Two sons, two daughters. 



Former Undergraduate Students 149 

Hill, Anna Mary, 1901-05, 198 Park Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Teacher of English in the Halsted School, Yonkers, 1914-17. 

Hinde, Helen Harper, 1910-12, 1524 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Hires, Linda Smith, 1901-02, Ill Linwood Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Landscape Gardener with Paul and Ford, Philadelphia, Landscape Architects, 1917-18, 

Hirsch, Grace, 1917-18, 

Care of Isidor Hirsch, Esq., 10173^ McGowan Avenue, Houston, Tex. 

Hitotstjyanagi, Maki, 1912-14, Akashi, Hyogo-ken, Japan. 

Hoffheimer, Edith Springer, 1906-07, 

4064 Beachwood Avenue, Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 

Secretary, American Protective League,. Cincinnati, 1918-19. 

Holland, Mary Elizabeth, 1901-05, Died, 1916. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Caleb Ernest Burclienal. One son. 

Hollar, Mary Rankin, 1900-04, 

234 West Hortter Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1911, Mr. John Carlyle Knox. Three sons. 

Holloway, Elizabeth Gordon, 1916-17, 

1414 Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Bookkeeper, Charles E. Holloway & Son, 1918. 

Holman, Helen, 1894-96, 322 Park Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married, 1905, Dr. Roger Durham. One son, one daughter. 

Holman, Josephine Bowen, 1892-96, Larchmont Manor, N. Y. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Dezso Eugcn Boross. Two daughters. 

Holstein, Elizabeth Branton, 1894-96, 1897-99, 

18 Hesketh Street, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Laboratory Assistant, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C, 1918. 
Married, 1901, Mr. Edgar Buckingham. One daughter, one son. 

Holt, Evelyn, 1905-08, .14 West 55th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1916, Lieutenant Philip Wager Lowry, 49th Infantry, A. E. F. One son. 

Hompe, Marjorie, 1913-14, 23 College Avenue, S. E., Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Hooke, Harriet Henley, 1898-99, 547 South Hanover Street, Carlisle, Pa. 

Married, 1901, Mr. William Kennedy Heim (f 1909). Two sons, two daughters (one t 
1905). 

Hooker, Elizabeth Robbins, 1892-93, 71 West Broadway, Salem, N. J. 
Hooker, Theodora Fitch, 1906, 85 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Practicing Law, 1917-19. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Lawrence J. Doyle. 

Hopkins, Elizabeth, 1892-95, . . 130 East Gorham Street, Madison, Wis. 

Volunteer Social Worker. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Hobart Stanley Johnson. Two sons. 

Hopkins, Jtjlia Anna, 1899-1900, 

Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Principal, Training Department, Brooklyn Public Library, 1914-19. 

Hopkins, Nellie Louise, 1895-96, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Arthur Stanley Todd. Two sons. 

Horner, Jane Elizabeth, 1891-94, 

434 Allen's Lane, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Robert Murray Hogue. Four sons, two daughters (one t 1900). 

Hosford, Elizabeth Sanborn, 1892-95, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Lunsford Pitts Yandell. Two sons, three daughters. 

Hotjghtaling, Irene Haslehtjrst, 1902-03, 

Overlook Terrace, Beechmont, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Henry Ranney Carse. One son. 

Hotjghteling, Harriot Peabody, 1903-06, Winnetka, 111. 



150 Former Undergraduate Students 

Houghton, Therese Gertrude, 1897-98, Box 184, Phoenix, Ariz. 

Public Stenographer, 1917-18. 

Howard, Mary Cush-ing, 1917-18, 

1122 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1918-19. 

Howard, Mary Eloise, 1889-91,. . . .3721 Bowser Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Francis E. Shoup. Two sons, two daughters (one t 1907). 

Howe, Emily Cumming, 1887-89, Died, 1894. 

Howland, Alice Gulielma, 1901-02, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Principal of The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-19. 

Howland, Dorothy, 1904-05, 129 Chestnut Street, West Newton, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Frederic Keith Leatherbee. One son, two daughters. 

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. 
Hubbard, Charlotte Armitage, 1895-96, Houghton, Mich. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Horatio Stuart Goodell. One son, three daughters. 

Huey, Katharine, 1903-06, 1200 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Assistant Traffic Employment Manager, The Bell Telephone Company, Philadelphia, 
1918-19. 

Hulbert, Nellie May, 1890-91, Oberlin, O. 

Married, 1894, Mr. George C. Jameson. Three sons. 

Hume, Mary, 1908-10, 

Care of Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 Pall Mall, London, England. 

Clerk in Ministry of Shipping, London, 1917-19. 

Married, 1916, Captain William Wallace, Royal Flying Corps. One son. 

Humphrey, Alfreda, 1913-14, 76 Fruit Street, Winsted, Conn. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Carlton Seymour Moore. 

Hunt, Helen Dunlap, 1897-99, Died, 1905. 

Hunter, Frances, 1908-10, 1911-12, 

520 West 124th Street, New York City. 

Instructor, New York School of Fine and Applied Art, 1917-19. 
Married, 1918, Professor Adolph Elwyn. 

Hurd, Elisabeth Carter,1910-12, 826 N. Euclid Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

Married, 1916, Mr. George Shufeldt Hamilton. One daughter. 

Hurd, Helen Elisabeth, 1906-07, Died, 1918. 

Married, 1912, Professor Gilbert Ames Bliss. One daughter, one son. 

Hutchins, Margaret Grosvenor, 1916-17, 

55 East 65th Street, New York City. 

Telephone Operator, U. S. Signal Corps in France, 1918. 

Iddings, Nanine Ray, 1915-18, . .519 West 5th Street, North Platte, Neb. 

Iringer, Ida Laurette, 1902-04, Address unknown. 

Jackson, Frances Appleton, 1906-07, Died, 1909. 

Jackson, Josephine, 1889-91, 

5864 Woodbine Avenue, Overbrook, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1897, Professor James Curtis Ballagh. Two sons, two daughters. 

Jacobs, Marguerite Eyster, 1904-06, 118 Dryden Road, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Married, 1908, The Rev. William Melchior Horn. Four sons, one daughter. 

Jaggard, Anne Wright, 1912-14, . .809 Goodrich Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Edward Kopper, Jr. One daughter. 



Former Undergraduate Students 151 

James, Margaret Mary, 1906-08, 

944 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Bruce Porter, One son. 

Janney, Elizabeth Brinton, 1889-90, 

Care of Philadelphia Young Friends' Association, 140 North 15th 
Street, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of French in the William Penn High School, 1910-17. 

Janney, Mildred, 1907-08, 1910-11,. . . .4430 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. William Sinclair Ashbrook. One daughter, one son. 

Jencks, Eleanor May, 1913-15, 

Care of Francis M. Jencks, Esq., 1 West Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, 
Md. 

Jenkins, Esther Leavens, 1916-17, . .531 Warren Crescent, Norfolk, Va. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Westmore Willcox, Jr. 

Jenks, Margery, 1904-06, 700 Vine Street, Scranton, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Gaspard d'Andelot Belin. One daughter, one son. 

Jennings, Bessie Homer, 1910-11, 1912-13, 7 Athens Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Assistant Cataloguer, Bryn Mawr College Library, 1908-19. 

Johnston, Agnes Riddell Owen, 1916-17, 

819 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary to Depot Quartermaster, Baltimore, 1918-19. 

Johnston, Marie Louise, 1901-03, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Charles Adkins Baker. One son, two daughters. 

Johnston, Mary Beattie, 1903, Salem, N. Y. 

Jones, Annie Elizabeth, 1906-08, .2020 South 25th Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Married, 1918, Mr. John Mehard Rosborough. 

Jones, Elizabeth Levering, 1912, 1912-13, 

Care of Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 Pall Mall, London, England. 

Married, 1916, Sir Geoffrey G. Butler. 

Jones, Grace Llewellyn, 1891-93, 1894-95, Address unknown. 

Jones, Battle Elizabeth, 1888-90, 15 Highland Street, Amesbury, Mass. 

Married, 1892, Mr. Charles R. Jacob (f 1916). Three sons. 

Jones, Marguerite Allston, 1911-12, 

41 West 74th Street, New York City, or Lake Roland, Md. 

Editor, Motion Picture Studio Directory, 1918-19. 

Jones, Virginia, 1907-09,. . .940 Western Avenue, N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Student, Pittsburgh Carnegie School of Technology, 1912-17. 

Justice, Hilda, 1892-94, 

520 West Clapier Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

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, 1917-19. 

Kaufmann, Irene Saidie, 1906, Died, 1907. 

Keasbey, Louisa Edwina, 1895-96, . . 53 Miller Road, Morristown, N. J. 
Keeney, Helen, 1912-15, 2200 Twenty-first Street, Sacramento, Cal. 

Teacher of Latin and Athletics, Keeney School, Sacramento, 1915-18. 

Keep, Eleanor Hallam, 1916-17,. .7 East 62nd Street, New York City. 

Volunteer Social Service Work, 1917-19. 

Kellen, Grace, 1903-05, 2140 Alta Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Paul Herman Creel. One son, one daughter. 

Kellen, Ruth, 1900-02, Died, 1909. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Thomas Linwood Wiles. One son. 



152 Former Undergraduate Students 

Kellogg, Edith, 1901-03, 62 Greenough Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Kemmerer, Gertrude, 1897-98, 1899, 1899-1901, 

1000 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Samuel Brinckerhoff Thome. 

Kenison, Lucie, 1908-10, 1120 Tremont Street, Galveston, Tex. 

Married, 1914, Captain Herman Arthur Bornefeld. One son (f 1915), one daughter. 

Kent, Margaret Yseult, 1904-05, 

6115 Germantown Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Insurance Clerk, Girard Trust Co., 1917-19. 

Kerr, Alice Hall, 1914-16, Catonsville, Md. 

Kerr, Fredericka M., 1899-1900, 557 Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Treasurer of the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawi, 1905-19. 

Kershaw, Karie Kay, 1886-87, 1888-89, 1891-92, 

305 Highway, Riverton, N. J. 

Married, 1895, Mr. Frank Rogers Treadwell; 1903, Mr. Benjamin Schreiber Mechling. 

Ketchum, Florence Josephine, 1899-1900, See page 103. 

Kilner, Mart, 1907-09, 335 West 78th Street. New York City. 

Married, 1917, Mr. William Stull Wheeler. One daughter. 

Kilpatrick, Ellen Perkins, 1895-97, 1027 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Volunteer canteen worker in France under American Red Cross, 1917-18. 

Kimball, Charlotte Stuart, 1-907-08, 

Cedar Croft, Govans, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher in the Roland Park Country School, 1913-18. 

Klmball, Mary Hortense, 1899, Address unknown. 

King, Florence, 1892-94, 14 East 60th Street, New York City. 

King, Rachel Estelle Albright, 1910-11, 

19 Highfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. 

Kingsbacher, Erma, 1902-04,. . .5112 Waterman Avenue, St. Louis, 'Mo. 

President of the Equal Suffrage League of St. Louis, 1917-19. 
Married, 1907, Mr. Ernest William Stix. One daughter, two sons. 

Kingsbacher, Gertrude, 1906-08, 

5506 Aylesboro Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Elias Sunstein. One daughter, two sons. 

Kirkbride, Mary Amelia, 1896-99, Gezira, Cairo, Egypt. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Reginald Godfrey Peckitt, C. B. E. 
Volunteer War Worker, 1916-19. 

Klett, Edith May, 1907-08, Las Animas, Colo. 

State President, P. E. O. Sisterhood, 1917-18. 
Married, 1909, Mr. George Albert Cunning. One son. 

Knauth, Ilse Magdalene, 1914-15, 

275 West Chestnut Street, Kingston, N. Y. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Henry Fowler Dunbar. One son. 

Knowland, Carolyn, 1891-92, 

Hydewood Hall, Mountain Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. 

Married, 1S94, Mr. Francis de Lacy Hyde (f 1910). .Two sons, one daughter. 

Kohn, Elsie, 1900-02, 4912 Pershing Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Aaron S. Rauh. Three daughters (one f 1910). 

Kraus, Edna Florence, 1911-12,. .2401 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Albert Monroe Greenfield. One son, one daughter. 

Kuhn, Dorothy Caroline, 1914-16, 

3668 Washington Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Kuttner, Anna Gayler, 1911-12, 567 West 113th Street, New York City. 

Relief Worker and Bacteriologist in France, 1917-19. 



Former Undergraduate Students 153 

Kyle, Margaret, 1912-13, Harborside, Plymouth, Mass. 

Lambert, Helen, 1895-97, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1913, Mr. H. Louis Duhring, Jr. 

Lamberton, Anne, 1909-10, 4403 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Assistant in Lower School, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1917-19. 

Lammers, Mildred Helen, 1913-15, 

607 Forest Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Assistant in Ballister Laboratory, Hercules Powder Co., Nitro, W. Va., 1918-19. 

Landers, Pearl Adele, 1893-95, R. R. 3, Mooresville, Ind. 

Philanthropic Worker, 1906-19. 
Married, 1896, Mr. Timothy Harrison. 

Langdon, Julia Olivia, 1891-93, 160 West 59th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Edward Eugene Loomis. Two daughters. 

Langellier, Alice Florence, 1912-13, Watseka, 111. 

Woman's Telephone Unit, U. S. Signal Corps, A. E. F., France, 1918. 

Lape, Esther Everett, 1901-02,. . .9 East 49th Street, New York City. 

Director, Section on Aliens, N. Y. C. Council of Organizations for War Service, 1918. 

Latta, Margaret Douglas, 1905-06, 

319 Moreland Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Wakeman Griffin Gribbel. Three daughters, one son. 

Lautz, Gertrude Mae, 1896-97, See page 115. 

La wall, Marion Louise, 1897, Walden, N. Y. 

Editor and Publisher, Walden Citizen Herald, 1918-19. 

Married, 1897, The Rev. William W. Wilcox. Five sons (one t 1898, one t 1906), one 
daughter. 

Lawrence, Emily Sylvester, 1905-07, BalLston, N. Y. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Roland Wright Smith. One son. 

Lawther, Evelyn Teressa, 1895-96, 

1639 North Talbott Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1900, The Rev. Owen Davis Odell. One son, two daughters. 

Lawther, Mary Roberts, 1S91-93, 1450 Allison Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Melville Ellsworth Eddy. 

Leach, Camilla, 1889-90, State University, Eugene, Ore. 

Librarian of Department of Architecture, University of Oregon, 1916-18. 

Lean, Alice Richmond, 1913-14,. . . .56 Seamen Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Paul Harris Pierce. 

Lee, Ethel McLane, 1910-11, Stevenson, Md. 

Married, 1914, Mr. R. Curzon Hoffman, Jr. One son. 

Lehman, Lois Partridge, 1907-08, 1909, 1909-10, Redlands, Cal. 

Leuba, Berthe A., 1905-06, 1911-12, 229 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of French in the Misses Kirk's School and the Harcum School, and Oral Tutor, 

and Private Tutor, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-19. 
Married, 1896, Professor James H. Leuba. One son, two daughters (one t 1900). 

Levering, Margaretta, 1896-98, Ruxton, Md. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Theodore Edmondson Brown. Two daughters. 

Lewis, Ella Beasten, 1901-02, 1904-05, Died, 1918. 

Lewis, Louise, 1901-04, 146 West Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Investigator for Exemption Board No. 12, Philadelphia, 1917-19. 

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. Two sons. 

Lindley, Eleanor, 1914-16, Deephaven. Minn. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Ward Cotton Burton. One son. 



154 Former Undergraduate Students 

Linn, Mary Hunter, 1887-89, Bellefonte, Pa. 

Volunteer Philanthropic Worker, 1901-19. 

Lit, Juliet Ephraim, 1906-09, ... 408 West Cook Street, Springfield, 111. 

Literary Editor of Springfield News Record, 1914-18. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Julius David Stern. One son, one daughter. 

Livingston, Gladys Blossom, 1915-16, 

2256 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Llewellyn, Elizabeth Mary, 1917-18, 

Care of Silas J. Llewellyn, Esq., 1346 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Lodge, Edith Harvey, 1899-1901, South Pittsburgh, Tenn. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Charles Richard Kellermann. Five sons. 

Loeb, Florence May, 1908-10,. .115 West 16th Street, New York City. 

Secretary to Managing Editor, The Survey, 1918-19. 
Married, 1913, Mr. Alexander Fleisher. 

Logan, Annie Laurie, 1889-90, 1910 Wadena Street, Cleveland, O. 

Married, 1891, Professor Oliver Farrar Emerson. One son, one daughter. 

Loines, Hilda, 1896-99 3 Pierrepont Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Farming and Land Army Work, 1915-19. 

Long, Eleanor Tatum, 1911-12,. . . .213 Cascadilla Park, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Loomis, Ernestine Dillaye, 1914-15, 

1373 South Salina Street, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Lord, Frances Shippen, 1906-08, Kingston, Mass. 

Married, 1917, The Rev. Sidney Swain Robins. One daughter. 

Lowrey, Elsie Elizabeth, 1899-1900,. . . .College Inn, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Assistant to the Principals, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, 1915-19. 

Lurman, Katharine, 1891-92, Catonsville, Md. 

Philanthropic and Civic Worker. 

Lynch, Caroline, 1916-18, 13 South Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Lynch, Gertrude Mason, 1887-90, 1891-92, 

228 Conway Street, Carlisle, Pa. 

Married, 1895, The Rev. Ruter William Springer. One daughter, one son. 

Lynch, Nora, 1903-07, Address unknown. 

Lyon, Frances Witter, 1902-05 Died, 1913. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Foster Stebbins Naething. 

Lyon, Henrietta Cooper Baldy, 1896-98, 1899-1900, 1901, 

921 West 4th Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

Lyon, Josephine Amanda, 1895-96, St. Hilda's House, New Haven, Conn. 

Resident of St. Hilda's House, New Haven, 1910-19. 

Mabon, Margaret Van Vranken, 1912-14, 

Ward's Island, New York City. 

Married, 1917. Dr. Dzvid K. Henderson. 

Mabury, Bella, 1890-91, Address unknown. 

MacCracken, Matilda Jane, 1903-04, 5541 Media Street, Philadelphia. 

Macfarlane, Kathleen Selfridge, 1889-90, 

Care of Morgan, Harjes & Co., Paris. 

Married, Mr. C. William Macfarlane. 

MacMillan, Mary Louise, 1890-91, 

1915 Bigelow Street, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

Macnamee, Helen Viola, 1900-01, Berwyn, Pa. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William P. Bentz. Two daughters. 



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Macomber, Mary S., 1898-99, 35 Grove Street, Auburndale, Mass. 

Married, 1900, Mr. Herbert Huntington Longfellow. Three daughters (one t 1902), one son. 

MacVbagh, Marqaretta Cameron, 1890-93, 

1719 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1917, Naval Constructor Stuart Farrar Smith. 

Maddux, Esther, 1905-08, 818 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr Pa. 

Married, 1909, Professor David Hilt Tennent. One son. 

Maitland, Mart Elisabeth, 1897-1900, 

1950 Sewell Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Arthur St. George Dougall. One daughter, two sons. 

Malott, Daisy Patterson, 1893-95, 

3411 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Paul Helb White. One daughter, two sons. 

Malott, Ella Laura, 1892-93, 

1002 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Edgar H. Evans. Three daughters (one t 1911). 

Maltby, Olive Douglas, 1905-07, 70 Stimson Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Arthur Livingston Kelley, Jr. Three daughters. 

Maris, Anne Gerhard, 1897-99, ... 400 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 
Mark, Lydia Marie, 1911-13, Lake Forest, 111. 

Married, 1915, Mr. John Kimball Saville. 

Marks, Ellen Scott, 1899-1900,. .305 Catoma Street, Montgomery, Ala. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Mahmoud Labib Moharrem Bey (f 1913). 

Marsh, Cora Adriana, 1893-94, . .382 William Street, New London, Conn. 

Volunteer Social and War Relief Worker, 1917-19. 

Marsh, Helen Elizabeth, 1908-11, 300 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Assistant Librarian, New York Public Library, Hudson Park Branch, 1917-19. 

Marshall, Helen, 1895-96, 71 Williams Street, Norwich, Conn. 

Librarian, Norwich Free Academy, 1907-19. 

Marshall, Rachel, 1908-09, 

Care of Lieutenant D. B. Cogswell Scottfield, Belleville, 111. 

Married, 1913, Lieutenant Daniel Burgess Cogswell. One son, one daughter. 

Martin, Frances de Forest, 1899-1901, 

Woodhull House, Lawrenceville, N. J. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Charles Henry Breed. Two daughters, one son. 

Martin, Jean Baker, 1902-04, Died, 1918. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Melroy Weed Easton. 

Martin, Mary Rockwith, 1890-93, Box 11, Montreat, N. C. 

Teacher of Latin and German in the Normal School, Montreat, N. C, 1917-19. 
Married, 1902, Mr. James Imbrie Miller. One son, two daughters. 

Mason, Alice Eleanor, 1901-02, Cushing Road, Plainfield, N. J. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Henry Emerson Butler. Three daughters, one son. 

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. 

Social Worker, American Red Cross, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Matless, Alice, 1901-03, 126 High Street, Keokuk, Iowa. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Lees Bollinger. Two daughters. 

Maurice, Emily Marshall, 1905-07, .. Cedarhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Charles Whitney Doll. Two sons, one daughter. 



156 Former Undergraduate Students 

Maxwell, Helen Dorothy, 1912-13, 1914-16, 

340 West 7th Street, Chester, Pa. 

Mayer, Julia Isabel, 1913-14, 

Nurses' Home, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Pupil Nurse, 1916-19. 

Mayhew, Viola Adeline, 1900-01, Address unknown. 

McBtjrney, Alice, 1895-96, Stockbridge, Mass. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Austen Fox Riggs. Three daughters, one son. 

McCarthy, Edith, 1897-98, Hamilton Court, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Settlement Worker, 1908-19. 

McClure, Elinor Louise, 1916-17, 1200 Fifth Avenue, Youngstown, O. 

McCormack, Jessie Hume, 1916-18, 

Care of Thomas J. McCormack, Esq., La Salle, 111. 

McCormick, Caroline, 1892-94,. .18 West 52nd Street, New York City. 

Chairman, Woman's Division, War Personnel Board, Y. M. C. A., 1917-19. 
Married, 1907, Mr. Francis Louis Slade. 

McCormick, Eleanor Harryman, 1900-02, 

379 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Dr. Marshal Fabyan. One son, two daughters. 

McCreery, Vashti, 1911-13, 1914-15, 

125 East Church Street, Benton, 111. 

Bookkeeper, Benton Hardware and Furnishing Co., 1918-19. 

McCulloch, Agnes, 1900-01, 

1723 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Editor, Liberty Kitchen News, Indianapolis Star, 1918-19. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Hugh Henry Hanna, Jr. One son, two daughters. 

McCune, Mabel, 1896-97, 719 Arbor Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Married, 1900, Professor Herbert J. Goulding. One son (f 1909) . 

McDonald, Cornelia, 1912-14, .. 1440 St. James' Court, Louisville, Ky. 

McIlvaine, Romaine LeMoyne, 1913-15, 

Hubbard Woods, 111., or Catonsvule, Md. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Blanchard Randall, Jr. 

McKee, Helen, 1897-98, Cynwyd, Pa. 

Married, 1904, Dean Arthur Hobson Quinn. Three daughters, two sons. 

McKeehan, Matilda McClure, 1892-93, 

108 Le Moyne Avenue, Washington, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Paul Albert Agassiz Core. One daughter. 

McKeen, Anna Lewis, 1904-05,. .Jewels Island, Cliff Island P. O., Me. 

McKelvey, Mary Alice, 1908-11, 1912, 

Kappock Street, Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y. 

Married, 1916, Mr. William Rinehart Barbour. One daughter. 

McKelvey, Ruth, 1911-12, Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y. 

Settlement and Church Worker, 1918-19. 

McKenney, Clara Justine, 1906-07, Died, 1909. 

McLane, Hazel Ellen, 1904-07, 43 Lexington Avenue, Greenwich, Conn. 

Statistical Work, Quartermaster Department, U. S. A., 1918. 
Married, 1909, Mr. John Alexander Clark. Two sons. 

McMillan, Margaret, 1899-1900, 

505 Tenth Avenue, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

McMillan, Marie, 1913-14,. .1002 North Baylen Street, Pensacola, Fla. 



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McMurtrie, Francis Edith, 1900-01, 

Pelham Court, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of Drawing in the Stevens School, Germantown, 1916-19. 

McNaughton, Celia Ruth, 1902-03, 1904-05, Address unknown. 

McNeill, Virginia Yerby, 1916-17, 

301 Edgevale Road, Roland Park, Md. 

Mead, Helen Douglas, 1905-06, Died, 1908. 

Mearkle, Edith, 1908-10, 1911-12, 

2217 South Aldrich Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Meeker, Marjorie, 1911-14, 42 East 78th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Addison Barnes Catling, H. S. N. R. 

Mendinhall, Corinne Cochran, 1915-16, 

1114 Broome Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Merck, Elsbeth Jeanne, 1914-16,. .Llewellyn Park, West Orange, N. J. 

State Supervisor, Connecticut Branch of Woman's Land Army, Wilton, Conn., 1918-19. 

Merritt, Leslie, 1902, 23 School Street, Gloucester, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Dr. Charles Henry Bergengren. Three sons, one daughter. 

Merry, Frances Elizabeth, 1914-15, 

123 East Greystone Boulevard, Monrovia, Cal. 

Student, Mills College, 1915-18. 

Meyer, Else, 1908-10, 1765 Prytania Street, New Orleans, La. 

Michael, Jeanette, 1909-10, 1911, 1911-12, 

741 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Middendorf, 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, 2119 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1896, Mr. David Knickerbocker Boyd. Two daughters. 

Miles, Mary Elizabeth, 1888-89, 

5138 Wayne Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Teacher of English in the Stevens School, Germantown, 1902-19, and Associate Principal, 
1914-19. 

Miller, Alice Wolff, 1905-06, . . 149 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Red Cross Canteen Worker in France, 1917-18. 

Miller, Barnette, 1900-01,. . . .430 West 119th Street, New York City. 

Professor of English Literature and History in the American College for Girls, Constanti- 
nople, 1909-18. 

Miller, Jessie Imbrie, 1897-1900, 

831 Old Lancaster Road, 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, 

Care of the Turtle Lake Lumber Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Miller, Mary Alice Edwards, 1894-95, 1896-97, 

Hotel Victoria, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1897, Captain William Read Buck minster. Two daughters. 

Miller, Mary Cecilia, 1914-15, 4544 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 
Miller, Mary Wanamaker, 1894-95, 904 South 47th Street, Philadelphia. 

Professional Pianist and Accompanist, 1915-18. 

Married, 1900, Mr. William Boswell Mount. Two daughters (one t 1902), two sons. 

Mills, Helen Elizabeth, 1905-06, 2310 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Andrew Weisenburg. 



158 Former Undergraduate Students 

Mitchell, Beulah Margaret, 1908-09, 

11, 12 Keystone Building, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Harold Kelso Hailey. One son. 

Mitchell, Frances Helen, 1905-06, 

6647 Wayne Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Maryan S. Jastrzebiec de Kozlowski. One son. 

Mock, Eurana Dinkey, 1908, 1908-10, 

2521 Palisade Avenue, Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Titus de Bobula. 

Moffat, Frances White, 1917-18, . .6 East 70th Street, New York City. 

Confidential Secretary to Major D. W. Johnson, Columbia University, 1918-19. 

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,. . .1001 Winsor Avenue, Oakland, Cal. 

Moody, Mary Grace, 1894-96, 199 Elm Street, West Haven, Conn. 

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, 

920 Centre Street, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Henry Edward Warren. Two sons, two daughters. 

Morgan, Ellen Key Howard, 1892-93, 

210 North Broadway, Lexington, Ky. 

Morgan, Mary Churchman, 1911-15,. . .4418 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Morgan, Vera, 1915-16, 164 East 64th Street, New York City. 

Morss, Constance, 1913-14,. .115 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

Civic Work, 1918-19. 

Morton, Charlotte, 1899-1901, 114 Chestnut Street, Albany, N. Y. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Frank Ray Lanagan. 

Morton, Sarah Wistar, 1914-18, 

Care of Dr. Thomas S. K. Morton, 1342 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Moss, Carolyn Ladd, 1890-93, 712 Third Street, Lewiston, Idaho. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Joseph S. Reed. Two daughters. 

Mtjdge, Lillian Hersey, 1911-13,\ .541 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Benjamin Cooper Thompson. One daughter, one son. 

Mtjdge, Marion Christine, 1902-06, 77 Lothrop Street, Beverly, Mass. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Charles Rollins Prichard. Two sons, one daughter. 

Murphy, Roxanna Smiley, 1917-18, 

1575 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass. 
Student, Radcliffe College, 1918-19. 

Murray, Clara Hunsicker, 1909-10, 

605 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Anville Eager, Flying Corps, N. R. One son. 

Murray, Elsie, 1896-97, 735 South Main Street, Athens, Pa. 

Professor of Philosophy and Psychology, Wilson College, 1909-19. 

Murray, Harriet Cock, 1898-99, Chappaqua, N. Y. 

Married, 1903, Mr. Alfred Busselle. Two sons, one daughter. 

Murtha, Marguerretta, 1917-18, 

Care of Patrick L. Murtha, Esq., 653 Union Street, Philadelphia. 

Editorial Secretary of The Nation, 1918-19. 



Former Undergraduate Students 159 

Mussey, Mabel H. Barrows, 1905-07, Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Editorial Secretary, The Nation, 1918-19. 

Married, 1905, Professor Henry Raymond Mussey. One son. 

Muzzey, Marie Ella, 1903-04, Died, 1910. 

Myers, Mary Calvert, 1903-04, Orkney Road, Govans, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1917, Dr. Edward Bailey Beasley. 

Nagel, Caroline Louise, 1909-10, ..78 Pleasant Street, Meriden, Conn. 

Assisting in Clerical Work, War Exemption Board and Board of Examiners, 1917-18. 

Nash, Carolyn Ryan, 1909-10, 1723 Q Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Yeoman, third class, TJ. S. Navy, 1918-19. 

Nash, Madeline Culbertson, 1906-07, 418 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, 111. 
Nathan, Stella, 1904-06, 21 Clarendon Place, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Charles Bock. One daughter, one son. 

Naumburg, Alice, 1899-1900, 23 West 69th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1903, 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. 

Nelden, Maria Louise, 1899-1900, 

1163 East Colorado Street, Pasadena, Cal. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Jerome O. Cross. One daughter (t 1907), one son. 

Newton, Carolina Edelheim, 1910-13,. . .Daylesford, Berwyn P. O., Pa. 

Volunteer Social Service Work, 1917-19. 

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, 189.5, Mr. Joseph Remington Wood (t 1911); married, 1912, Mr. Asa S. Wing. 
Three sons (one t 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, 36 Crooke Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Eastin Rossell. One son. 

O'Connor, Eleanor, 1917-18, . . 5411 Hyde Park Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Student, University of Chicago, 1918-19. 

Offutt, Nancy Jenkins, 1916-18, 

Care of Mrs. Thomas W. Offutt, Towson, Md. 

Ogden, Elise Lucy, 1891-92, 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant in charge of Library, States Relations Service previous to July, 1914, Office of 
Experiment Stations, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1907-17. 

Oglevee, Jessie Eagleson, 1895-98, 

Columbus, O., or Hotel Maryland, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Herbert Horatio Tanner. One son. 

Ohern, Eugenia Grinnell, 1907-08, 

515 West 14th Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Married, 1900, Dr. Daniel Webster Ohern. 



160 Former Undergraduate Students 

Orbison, Agnes Louise, 1886-88, Died, 1915. 

Ormsby, Miriam, 1916-17, 600 Fair Oaks Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

Student, University of Chicago, 1918-19. 

Orr, Helvetia, 1912-14, 66 Cedar Street, Chicago, 111. 

Orvis, Gertrude Swift, 1895-96, Address unknown. 

Otis, Louise, 1913-15, 644 Oak Street, Winnetka, 111. 

Research Chemist, Rural Laboratory, Chicago, 1918-19. 

Ott, Helen Maxwell, 1907-08, Kokai, Chosen, Japan. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Archibald Campbell. One son. 

Packard, Emilie, 1905-06, 2214 Gilpin Avenue, Wilmington, Del. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Sydney Martin Harrison. Three daughters. 

Paddock, Irene Angell, 1910-13, 

842 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Teacher of Latin and Mathematics in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Page, Anne, 1910-12, 135 West 56th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Robert L. Wolf. One daughter 

Page, Anne, 1917-18, 605 Davis Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Munition Worker, 1918. 

Page, Laura Lansing Grenelle, 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. Angelo Sikelianos. One son. 

Parks, Georgiana 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, 1224 Sheridan Road, Waukegon, 111. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Lawrence Russell Wilder. One daughter. 

Pauling, Marie Janet, 1913-16, 1248 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

Peacock, Mildred Lehman, 1915-18, 3314 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. 

Inspectress in Ordnance Department, U. S. A., 1918-19. 

Pearson, Anne Rutherford, 1892-93, Concord, Mass. 

Married, 1893, Mr. Robert Lyon Warner. Five sons (one t 1899, one t 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. 

Pearson, Laura Hildreth, 1914-17, 75 Fairmount Street, Lowell, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Blanchard E. Pratt. 

Pelletier, Helene, 1906-08, 

1126 Topeka Avenue, Topeka, Kans., or 1509 Grandview Boulevard, 
Sioux City, la. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Benjamin Walker. Two sons. 

Perkins, Winifred Storrs, 1915-18, 

14 Sumner Road, Cambridge, Mass. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Anton A. Raven, Jr. 

Peters, Edith Macausland, 1893-95, 1101 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 



Former Undergraduate Students 161 

Peters, Lucretia McCi/ure, 1915-17, 

227 West 99th Street, New York City. 

Student, Barnard College, 1918-19. 

Petersen, Kate Oelzner, 1888-89, 106 East 52nd Street, New York City. 
Phillips, Anna Tucker, 1899-1900, Greyledge, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1907, Colonel Raynal Cawthorne Boiling (fl918). One son, four daughter (one t 
1913). 

Phillips, Bertha, 1896-1900, Barrett, Minn. 

Assistant Principal of the High School, Barrett, 1918-19. 

Pinney, Marie, 1909-11, Ontario, Ore. 

Children's Librarian, Carnegie Public Library, Boise\ Idaho, 1917-19. 

Platter, Mary Hunter, 1913-15, .... 3008 Maple Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Plumb, Georgie Middleton, 1896-98, Died, 1906. 

Plumb, Helen, 1901-02, 649 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Arts and Crafts Work, 1918-19. 

Pomeroy, Virginia Sherman, 1914-16, 

127 Clifton Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Potter, Genevieve, 1908-09 537 South 49th Street, Philadelphia. 

Assistant in the Comptroller's Office, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-19. 

Powel, Ella Louise, 1901-02, 375 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. 

War Relief Worker, 1917-18. 

Preston, Catharine Anita, 1910-11,. .130 Simpson Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Women's Physical Director, Normal School of Physical Education, Temple University, 
1914-18. 

Preston, Jennie Florence, 1897-99, 

151 Irving Avenue, South Orange, N. J. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Benjamin F. Jones; married, 1916, Mr. Charles MacLaren Bragg. 

Preston, Margaret Junkin, 1908-09, 

The Montreal Apartments, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher in the Calvert Primary School, Baltimore, 1912-19. 

Preston, Margaret Wickliffe, 1904-06, Lexington, Ky. 

Suffrage, Social and Church Worker, 1907-18. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Philip Preston Johnston, Jr. One son. 

Prewitt, Martha Rodes Estill, 1916-17, 

1413 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

War Worker, 1918-19. 

Price, Anna, 1913-15, West Chester, Pa. 

Student in Business Course, 1918-19. 
Married, 1917, Mr. John Mickle Hemphill. 

Price, Mary Lucretia, 1903-05, 517 South Orange Street, Media, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Edward Louis Koch. One son, two daughters. 

Putnam, Corinna Haven, 1893-95, 93 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Lecturer for Relief Work for Children in France, 1917-19. 
Married, 1899, Mr. Joseph Lindon Smith. Three daughters. 

Qulmby, Aldana Ripley, 1906-07, 278 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1916, Mr. William Lee White. One daughter. 

Railsback, Monica, 1901, 743 Merrick Street, Shreveport, La. 



162 Former Undergraduate Students 

Ramsey, Emily Yocum, 1905-06, 

420 Luzerne Street, Westmont, Johnstown, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Francis Beacom Hamilton. One son, one daughter. 

Rand, Elizabeth Carrington, 1912-14, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Alexander Anderson. 

Rand, Mary Celine, 1905-09, Mahwah, N. J. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Stephen Birch. One daughter, one son. 

Randall, Evelyn Barton, 1913-14, Catonsville, Md. 

Secretary, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1918-19. 

Randall, Ruth, 1897, 1897-99, Died, 1900. 

Ranlet, Josephine, 1913-15, 70 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass. 

War Relief Worker, 1917-18. 

Married, 1914, Lieutenant Henry Swift. One daughter, one son. 

Read, Helen Anna, 1901-02, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Reed, Katharine, 1903-05, 5033 Castleman Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1911, Mr. John Qilfillan Frazer. One daughter, one son. 

Reeves, Katharine, 1915-16, .Died, 1916. 

Reilly, Anna Agnes, 1915-17, Franklin Avenue, Rosemont, Pa. 

Reiss, Sylva Ltjcile, 1914-15,. . .310 Convent Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1915, Mr. — Braunschweig er. 

Reynolds, Elizabeth Kempley, 1910-11, 

Care of Mr. R. H. Schenck, 50 East 42nd Street, New York City. 

Instructor in Russian Language, Dartmouth College, 1918-19. 
Married, 1916, Mr. Norma?i Hapgood. One daughter. 

Reynolds, Margaret Anne, 1900-02, Bedford, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Shirley Clark Hulse. One daughter, one son. 

Rhoads, Ruth Ely, 1914-17, 

159 West Coulter Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Social Service Worker, 1917-19. 

Rhodes, Lucretia, 1908-09, Died, 1917. 

Rice, M. Ethelwynne, 1898-99, '. See page 98. 

Richards, Adeline Mayo, 1890-91, 1894-95, Died, 1914. 

Richards, Amelia, 1914-16, Died, 1918. 

Richards, Ruth Olive, 1913-14, 1915-18, 

Care of S. H. Richards, Esq., Bridgeport, N. J. 

Richards, Theodora Leigh, 1901-03, . . 1492 Locust Street, Dubuque, la. 

Married, 1910, Captain Clyde LeRoy Ellsworth. One daughter, two sons. 

Richardson, Elizabeth Hadley, 1911-12, 

5739 Cates Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Library Assistant, St. Louis Public Library, 1918-19. 

Richmond, Frances Cooper, 1914-16, . .Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Student, Radcliffe College, 1917-18. 

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. 

Manager of Estate, White Plains, N. Y., 1918-19. 

Robb, Winifred Lispenard, 1915-16, .... 71 Second Street, Troy, N. Y. 
Robbins, Anna Cushman, 1891-93, Wethersfield, Conn. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Wilfred Willis Savage. Two sons.. 



Former Undergraduate Students 163 

Roberts, Katharine Deming, 1916-17, 

The Louella Apartments, Wayne, Pa. 

Roche, Helen Marie, 1903-05, 4605 Drexel Boulevard, 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, 
and clerk in charge of publicity, 1916-19. 

Roe, Miriam, 1909-10, 1912-13,. .4911 Underwood Avenue, Omaha, Neb. 
Roelker, Mildred M., 1890-92, 1625 Hobart Street, Washington, D. C. 

Married, 1899, Mr. Karl Langenbeck. One daughter. 

Rogerson, Jennie L., 1909-10, East Lowell, Me. 

Romeyn, Ella Rosalind, 1906-08, 

57 Geranium Street, Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. William Everdell, Jr. One son, one daughter. 

Rosenfeld, Grace Edith, 1906-07, 4900 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Ross, Helen Ktjnkle, 1890-92, . . 196 Bishop Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Married, 1900, Professor Allen Johnson. One son. 

Ross, Josephine, 1906-09, 1267 Wheatland Avenue, Lancaster, Pa. 

Married," 1912, Mr. Charles Lichty Miller. One son, two daughters. 

Ross, Margaret Jane, 1899-1902, Haverford, Pa. 

Teacher of German, George School, Pa., 1915-19. 

Rossiter, Irene, 1900-03, 11 East 68th Street, New York City. 

Rossmassler, Elfrida Anna, 1903-05,. . .Mill Creek Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Rubelman, Alice Dorothy, 1915-17,. . . .5 Forest Ridge, St. Louis, Mo. 

Rumery, Marguerite, 1901, 1901-02, 

174 Winchester Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Charles Jarvis Chapman. Two sons. 

Runyon, Henrietta Bronston, 1908-09, 1910-11, 

411 Brook Road, Ginter Park, Richmond, Va. 

War Relief Worker, 1917-18. 

Married, 1914, Mr. George Hermon Layne Winfrey. Two daughters. 

Rtjpli, Theodosia Rosalie, 1890-91, 

2534 Hall Place, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Teacher of French in the Western High School, Washington, D. C, 1918-19. 

Rushmore, Florence, 1885, North Berwick, Me. 

Married, 1902, Mr. William Timothy Hussey. One daughter. 

Russell, Janet Lucretia, 1903-06, 353 West 85th Street, New York City. 

Missionary and Settlement Worker, 1917-19. 

Russell, Sylvia Curry, 1897-98, 221 West 6th Street, Erie, Pa. 

Assistant Secretary Red Cross Headquarters, Erie, Pa. 

Ryan, Margaret Theresa, 1903-04, 

Strathmore Apartments, 7 Harrison Street, Seattle, Wash. 

Married, 1916, Mr. D. A. Noonan. One daughter. 

St. John, Frances A., 1915-18, 2102 Green Street, Philadelphia. 

Student, University of Pennsylvania, 1918-19. 

Sampson, Anne Russell, 1907-09, Yangchow, via Chinkiang, China. 

Missionary, Southern Baptist Convention, 1912-19. 

Married, 1912, Dr. Richard Vipon Taylor, Jr. One son, two daughters. 

Sanborn, Amelia Gertrude, 1915-17, 

3103 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Satterlee, Mildred, 1905-08, Pittsford, N. Y. 

Married, 1917, Major Dwight Seager Welmore, V. S. A. 



164 Former Undergraduate Students 

Savage, Willie Bond, 1912-15, 334 Iris Road, Merion, Pa. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Brinkley Turner. One daughter. 

Schaffner, Marion, 1905-06, 3957 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Research Assistant, Children 4 s Bureau, U. S. Department of Labor, Chicago, 1918-19. 

Schamberg, Hermine Rice, 1907-09, 

1919 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Howard Sinberg. Two daughters. 

Schmatjk, Emma Maria, 1899-1900,. .22 North 8th Street, Lebanon, Pa. 

Instructor in French, Lebanon Valley College, and Head of Froebel Church Kindergarten, 
1914-18. 

Schmidt, Helen, 1904-08, 157 Dithridge Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

U. S. Student Army Nurse, 191S-19. 

Schmidt, Katharine Rieley, 1909-10, 

25 Alexander Street, Princeton, N. J. 

Married, 191S, Professor Luther P. Eisenhart. 

Schmidt, Mary Richardson, 1910-12, 900 South George Street, York, Pa. 

Married, 1916, Mr. William Henry Kurtz. 

Schneider, Nancy Ross, 1903-05, Summit Hill, Pa. 

Schrader, Elizabeth Wilhelmina, 1903-04, R. R. 2, 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. One daughter. 

Schwarz, Helen Catherine, 1914-18, Deerfield Drive, Greenwich, Conn. 

Scott, Mary Wingfield, 1914-16, 

2236 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Scribner, Margaret B., 1902-04, Douglaston, L. I. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Harry Lamar Grant. One son. 

Scripture, Elsa, 1911-13, 1 West 67th Street, New York City. 

Clerical Supervisor, Western Electric Co., New York City, 1918-19. 

Scriven, Katherine, 1912-14, 2009 N Street, Washington, D. C. 

Scruggs, Margaret, 1909-11, 3700 Gilbert Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Raymond P. Caruth. One son, one daughter. 

Scudder, Elizabeth Hewlett, 1912-13, 

112 Willow Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married, 1915, Lieutenant-Commander Wadleigh Capehart. One daughter, one son. 

Scudder, Marie Graves, 1909-10, . . 1133 Maple Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Sherman Alexander Charles. N. R., U. S. N. One daughter. 

Seabury, Catharine Regina, 1897-98, Resthaven, Mendon, Mass. 

Head of Private School, Resthaven, Mendon, 1912-1S (School closed 1918-19). 

Seal, Harriette Fell, 1889-91, 

405 Wister Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Sealy, Ella, 1897-99, Brookside Drive, Greenwich, Conn. 

Red Cross Work, 1918. 

Married, 1907, Major Emerson Root Newell. One son, one daughter. 

Searle, Mabel Antoinette, 1894, 1894-96, 1897-99, .. Haverford, Pa. 

Sedgwick, Elizabeth, 1894-97, 

103 Bellevue Avenue, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Married, 1907, Mr. William Shaw. 

Seeds, Iola Merle, 1907-09, 

716 West Upsal Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Edward Gordon MacGannon. One daughter. 

Selig, Alice, 1909-11,.. .1223 Chelten Avenue, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Harold R. Harris. Two daughters. 



Former Undergraduate Students 165 

Seligman, Gladys, 1901-02, 

Hotel St. Regis, New York; summer: 52 Rue de Bassano, Paris. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Henri P. Wertheim van Heukelom. Two daughters. 

Seligman, Rhoda Walter, 1905-06, 

Care of 11 Broadway, New York City. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Frederick Lewisohn. Two daughters. 

Seligman, Violet, 1917-18, Died, 1918. 

Selkregg, Clara Hudson, 1896-97, 27 Robinson Street, North East, Pa. 

Private Tutor, 1916-19. 

Sellers, Marjorie, 1900-01, 306 Beacom Lane, Merion, Pa. 

Married, 1906, Mr. James Cadwalader Sellers, Jr. One son, three daughters. 

Senior, Mart Emma, 1914-15, 3580 Washington Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Student, Barnard College, 1915-18. 

Seymour, Helen, 1901, 1901-05, Sault Sainte Marie, Mich. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Merlin Wiley. One son, one daughter. 

Shadburn, Lucile, 1909-11, Avalon, Ga. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Jones du Bignon Yow. One daughter, one son. 

Shafer, Grace Alma, 1912, 1912-13, 303 Pierce Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Sidney Thome Able. One daughter, one son. 

Shaffer, Wilhelmlna, 1910-11,. . .3622 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1916, Mr. Morrow Wayne Palmer. One son. 

Sharpless, Amy Cope, 1896-98, Haverford, Pa. 

Sharpless, Helen, 1894-96, Haverford, Pa. 

Acting Librarian, Haverford College, 1916-19. 

Shaw, Caroline Tompkins, 1913-14, Glenshaw, Pa. 

Stenographer, War Industries Board, Pittsburgh, 1918-19. 

Sheldon, Martha, 1908-11, 5437 Baum Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Clifford Morrison Hartford. One son. 

Sheppard, Irene, 1898-99, 229 Harvey Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Sherbert, Helen, 1904-05, . . 1800 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher in the Teachers' Training School, Baltimore, 1916-19. 

Sherman, Annie Hardin, 1913-15, 

7th Street and A Avenue, Coronado, Cal. 

Shipley, Elizabeth Taylor, 1909-11,. . . .Walnut Lane, Haverford, Pa. 

Scholarship Counselor, White-Williams Foundation for Girls, Philadelphia, 1918-19. 

Shipley, Marguerita, 1906-07, Died, 1918. 

Shipley, Mary Mallet-Prevost, 1910-12, 

Town's End Farm, West Chester, Pa. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Edward Page Allinson. Three daughters. 

Shipway, Margaret Estelle, 1912-13, Address unknown. 

Shloss, Irma Bronette, 1908-10, 1808 Ingersoll Avenue, Des Moines, la. 

Married, 1917, Rabbi Eugene Mannheimer. 

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, Claud ie Frances, 1905-06,. .5833 Beacon Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Oscar William Oppenheimer. One daughter, one son. 

Silkman, Eleanor, 1900-64, 311 Palisade Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Theodore Oilman, Jr. Two daughters, one son. 



166 Former Undergraduate Students 

Silverman, Irma, 1898-1900, 593 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Lionel Schocnthal. One daughter. 

Simpson, Catharine Mount, 1911-12, 

Sherman Square Hotel, Broadway and 72nd Street, New York City. 

Yeoman, First Class, U. S. N. R. F. 

Assistant in Telegraphic Department, Chase National Bank, 1917-18. 

Simpson, Florence, 1903-04, Died, 1906. 

Sippel, Dorothy, 1912-14, 1728 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Teacher in Friends' School, Baltimore, 1917-18. 

Sisson, Emma Isabella, 1906-08, Ward-Belmont College, Nashville, Tenn. 

Director of School of Physical Education, Ward-Belmont College, 1914-19. 

Skinner, Mary Elizabeth, 1907-09, 

Neighborhood House, 6710 May Street, Chicago, 111. 

Skinner, Myra Child, 1907-09, 1602 Poplar Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Small, Flora, 1897-99, 54 West 85th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Hugh John Lofting. 

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 S. Sidney Smith, Esq., 14 Wall Street, New York City. 

Hospital and Red Cross Work, 1918. 

Smith, Louise Eugenie, 1905-06, 

R. F. D. 8, North Commonwealth Avenue, Bexley, Columbus, O. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Cornelius Bushnell Watson. One daughter, two sons. 

Smith, Margery Violett, 1914-16, 3858 Cass Street, Omaha, Neb. 

Stenographer, Union Pacific Railway Co., 1918-19. 

Smith, Mary Fairbank, 1893-94, Died, 1907. 

Smyth, Adelaide Gertrude, 1897-1900, 331 Linden Street, Winnetka, 111. 

Married, 1902, Mr. Charles Seaton Buell. Two sons. 

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. 

Secretary, Bureau of Extension Training, Zionist Organisation of America, 1918-19. 

Sollenberger, Maud, 1899-1901, Mahanoy City, Pa. 

Soule, Judith B. ? 1908-09, 321 East Islay Street, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Winsor Soule. 

Souther, Catherine, 1906-08, Bass Rocks, Gloucester, Mass. 

Married, 1912, Mr. Winthrop Parhhurst Buttrick. Two sons. 

Southerland, Harriet Rodman, 1900-02, Address unknown. 

Married, 1916, Mr. J. Butler Wright. 

Southwick, Jean Frances, 1908-10, 31 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Southwick, Katharine Mason, 1901-03, 

840 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Ernest Gunther Vietor. One son, one daughter. 

Southwick, Lola Josephine, 1906-07, 1601 A Street, Lincoln, Neb. 

Married, Mr. Robert Thomburgh Funk. One son. 

Spangler, H. Mary, 1898-99, Mercersburg, Pa. 

Librarian in the High School, Hartford, Conn., 1912-19. 



Former Undergraduate Students 167 

Spence, Mary Cashman, 1913-15, 

Care of James W. Spence, Esq., 238 Union Street, Rockland, Mass. 

Student, Sargent School of Physical Education, 1915-18. 

Spencer, Adeline Jones, 1902-04, R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Charles Henry Curry. Five 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 William Street, New York City. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Paul Newel Turner. 

Stearns, Alice Anita, 1907-09, Brookside Drive, Greenwich, Conn. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Weld Merrick Stevens. Three 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, 

The Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Director of the Baldwin Lower School, 1906-11, 1913-19. 

Steele, Gertrude Wye, 1916-18, 

Care of Dr. John Murray Steele, Garrison P. O., Md. 

Student Nurse, Army School of Nursing, Baltimore, 1918-19. 

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, 485 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. Three daughters, one son. 

Stephens, Mary, 1887-90, Died, 1913. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Ralph Martin Shaw. One son. 

Stetson, Lydia Almy, 1909-11, . .81 Cottage Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Married, 1914, Lieutenant Francis Hathaway Stone, Jr. Two daughters. 

Steuart, Lydia Morris, 1913-15, 1916-17, 

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass. 

Nurse in Training at Massachusetts General Hospital, 1917-19. 

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, Gilman, 111. 

Stevenson, Eleanor Jane, 1886-87, . . . Hotel Schenley, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married, 1918, Mr. John Walker Lloyd. 

Stewart, Berniece, 1903-06, 730 Everett Street, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Charles Arthur Mackenzie. Two sons. 

Stewart, Frances Morrow, 190,6-09, 

2434 Maplewood Avenue, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

Married, 1909, Dr. Goodrich Barbour Rhodes. One daughter. 

Stewart, Helen, 1898-1901, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, The Rev. Peter Edwin Huyler. Two daughters (one t 1915). 

Stirling, Margaret Yates, 1895-96, . . 828 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1912, Mr. J. Pembroke Thorn. One daughter. 



168 Former Undergraduate Students 

Stites, Helen Chenoweth, 1897-98, 1899, 

Care of John G. 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. 

Stokes, Beatrice Dunderdale, 1917-18, 

1639 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Business Course, McKee School of Shorthand, Baltimore, 1918-19. 

Stokley, Dorothy Stulb, 1912-15, 

4531 Osage Avenue, West Philadelphia. 

Stone, Kittie Louise, 1902-04, 

403 North Michigan Avenue, Saginaw West, Mich. 

Married, 1910, Mr. George Grant, Jr. Three daughters, one son. 

Storer, Emily Lyman, 1908-08, 222 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Red Cross Home Service and Settlement Worker, 1917-19. 

Storrs, Janet, 1905-06, 640 Monroe Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

Stout, Katharine Houghton, 1909-12, 

1005 Forest Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Julian Armstrong. One daughter, one son. 

Stratton, Alice, 1908-10, 3604 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia. 

Instructor of Nurses, St. Luke's Hospital, New Bedford, Mass., 1917-19. 

Straus, Sara, 1895-97,. . 16 West 86th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1904, Dr. Alfred Fabian Hess. Two daughters, one son. 

Strayer, Helen Clymer, 1916-17, R. F. D. 2, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Strayer, Olive, 1911-12, R. F. D. 2, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Strong, Anna Louise, 1903-04, 508 Garfield Street, Seattle, Wash. 

Feature Editor, Seattle Daily Union Record, 1917-19. 

Strong, Miriam, 1898-1900, 1325 Woodrow Avenue, Wichita, Kan. 

Married, 190S, Mr. Harry Stinson Sladen. One son, one daughter. 

Strong, Ruth, 1899-1901, 1902, 1902-03, 

2060 East 100th Street, Cleveland, O. 

Red Cross Worker, 1917-1S. 

Married, 1905, Mr. S. Sterling McMillin (t 1913)'. Two sons, one daughter. Married, 
1916, Mr. Samuel Erwin Strong. 

Stuart, Adelina Allyn, 1904, 1904-06, 1910-12, 

214 South 14th Street, Corsicana, Tex. 

Stubbs, Claribel, 1893-98, P. O. B. 284, Merion, Pa. 

School Garden Principal under the Philadelphia Board of Education, summers, 1909-11, 
1913-18; winter. Assistant Chemist, Atlantic Loading Co., Amatol, N. J., 1918-19. 

Studdiford, Jannetta Gordon, 1895-96, Address unknown. 

Sturdevant, Frances Eloise, 1898-1900, Cragsmoor, N. Y. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Robin Dale Compton. Two daughters, one son. 

Sturgis, Mary Bowler Vautter, 1902-03, 

7 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Married, 1913, The Ret. John Henry Poorman. One son, two daughters. 

Suckley, Margaret Lynch, 1912-14, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Sussman, Alice, 1903-04,. .2211 Washington Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Walter Amstein. Three sons, one daughter. 

Suzuki, Uta, 1904-06, 143 Harajuku, Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan. 

Teacher in the Peeresses' School, Tokyo. 1908-19. 

Swan, Elizabeth, 1910-12, 1654 West Beach, Biloxi, Miss. 

Swanzy, Nora Hastings, 1909-11, Honolulu, T. H. 

Married, 1917, Mr. George Young Bennett. 



Former Undergraduate Students 169 

Sweet, Ethelwyn, 1903-07, 21 South Union Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Married, 1912, Mr. George Irving Quimby. Two sons, one daughter. 

Swift, Anna Vaughan, 1887-89, Sedgely, Marshallton, Del. 

Married, 1894, Mr. Charles G. Rupert. Three daughters, one son. 

Swift, Frances Dorr, 1891-93, . . 1500 Rodney Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Henry Lea Tatnall. Three sons (one f 1914), seven daughters. 

Swindell, Susie Ould, 1900-02, 1 Kenmar Road, Menands, Albany, N. Y. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Claude Carlyle Nuckols. Three sons, two daughters. 

Taber, Mary Hathaway, 1911-14, . .5208 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, Tex. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Dorsey Hager. 

Tanner, Ruth Frances, 1907-09,. . .The Parkwood, Washington, D. C. 

Reconstruction Aide, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, 1918-19. 

Tappan, Marjorie, 1911-14,. .Stonehurst, Highwood, Englewood, N. J. 

Student, Columbia University, 1916-17. 

Taylor, Bertha Anna, 1892-93, Sewickley, Pa. 

Taylor, Elizabeth Willis, 1907-09, 29 West 12th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1913, Mr. John Francis Russell, Jr. One daughter. 

Taylor, Irene, 1912-13, 4504 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Taylor, Marion Satterthwaite, 1890-92, 

224 Thorn Street, Sewickley, Pa. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Charles Albert Woods. One daughter, two sons. 

Taylor, Mary Warren, 1905-07, Yarrow East, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Secretary to the Director of Gymnastics and Athletics, 1909-19. 

Taylor, Rachel, 1913-15, 366 Oxford Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

Thackray, Margaret, 1909, 1909-10, 1911-12, 

"Westmont," Johnstown, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Lieutenant-Commander Philip Van Horn Weems, U. S. N. One son. 

Thayer, Dorothy, 1907-09, New Canaan, Conn. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Floyd Clarke Noble. One daughter, one son. 

Thomas, Ethel Marian, 1908-12, 

The Warwick, 1906 Sansom Street, Philadelphia. 

Registrar, Pennsylvania School for Social Service, 1917-19. 

Thomas, Mary Grace, 1885-87, .. 549 East 86th Street, New York City. 

Married, 1887, Mr. Thomas K. Worthington. Two sons, one daughter (t 1912). 

Thompson, Agnes May, 1903-04, 

1134 Quinnipiac Avenue, New Haven, Conn. 

Secretary, Department of Public Health, Yale University, 1912-18. 

Thompson, Clara Belle, 1909-11, 

Bethel Woman's College, Hopkinsville, Ky. 

President, Bethel Woman's College, Hopkinsville, Ky., 1917-19. 

Thompson, Frances Noe, 1912-13, "Stoneleigh," Paxtang, Pa 

U. S. Army Nurse, 1918-19. 

Thompson, Genevieve, 1903-05, 705 Davis Street, Portland, Ore. 

Thompson, Julia, 1906-08, Lake Forest, 111. 

Artist, 1915-19. 

Thompson, Sarah Kezia, 1896-97, 

213 East Wheeling Street, Washington, Pa. 

Thomson, Annis Eveleen, 1912-15,. ..Lowerre Summit, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Medical Student, Toronto University, 1916-19. 

Throop, Susan Everett, 1899-1901, Mills College, Cal. 



170 Former Undergraduate Students 

Tinges, Anita, 1910-11, 2339 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Married, 1917, Mr. James Washington Easter. 

Tomkins, Mary Jeannette Keney, 1911-12, 

1904 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1916-17. 

Tomlinson, Joy, 1909-11, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Hugh McQuillen Carter. One daughter. 

Towle, Sarah Isabel, 1897-1900,. .107 Waverly Place, New York City. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Irving Clark Moller. 

Townsend, Elizabeth Parker, 1902-04, 

252 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1913, Dr. James Rockwell Torbert. Two daughters. 

Trask, Lillia M. D., 1891-93,.. 302 West 92nd Street, New York City. 

Librarian, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York City, 1911-19. 

Trowbridge, Janette, 1899-1900, 

63 Groton Street, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 

Health Director, Manhattan Trade School, New York City, 1910-18. 

Trowbridge, Katharine, 1912-13, Died, 1918. 

Married, 1917, Mr. George Perkins. 

Trtjeman, Mary Emmoline, 1901-04, 

47 High Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Volunteer Y. W. C. A. and Mission Worker, 1912-19. 

Tstjda, Ume, 1889-92, 16 Goban Cho, Tokyo, Japan. 

Principal of the Women's English School, Tokyo, 1900-18. 

Tudor, Mary, 1903-04, .... Box 2260 Beachwood Drive, Hollywood, Cal. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Roland Gray. Three sons, one daughter. 

Turner, Anna Brown, 1914-15, . .6435 Woodbine Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Turner, Dorothy Mason, 1912-14, 

424 Bailey Avenue, Mt. Washington, Pittsburgh, J?a. 

Married, 1916, Mr. August Kent Tegtmeier. 

Turrish, Vivian Cordelia, 1915-17, 

Care of Mr. Miron Bunnell, Duluth News Tribune, Duluth, Minn. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Miron Bunnell. 

Tyler, Eleanor Justis, 1895-97, . . 1303 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Tyler, Mary Graham, 1903-04,. . .3638 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Tyson, Evelyn Bayly, 1910-11, 

3205 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Herrick Faber Kidder. One son, one daughter. 

Tyson, Marjorie Idalene, 1911-14, Haverford, Pa., or Kitchawan, N. Y. 
Ulmer, Eldora Estelle, 1913-14, 1809 Mahantonga Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Lewis Webster Conrad. Two daughters. 

Underhill, Mary Rebecca, 1901-03, .35 Eighteenth Street, Merced, Cal. 

Teacher of English in the High School, Merced, Cal., 1912-19. 
Married, 1916. Mr. Perry Cecil Hall (f 1916). 

Underhill, Ruth, 1892-93, Bedford Hills, N. Y. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Harold Tredway White. Three sons (one t 1907), one daughter. 

Upperman, Evelyn Beatrice, 1900-01, Address unknown. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Ralph E. T. Binz. Two daughters, one son (t 1907). 

Utley, Elizabeth Minerva, 1900, 1900-01, 1902-03, 

Glyn- Wynne Road, Haverford, Pa. 

Bookbinder, 1904-18, 

Married, 1907, Mr. Isaac Biddle Thomas. One daughter, one son. 



Former Undergraduate Students 171 

Vail, Alice, 1894-97, 

Care of Miss Lydia C. Vail, 411 Kensington Place, Pasadena, Cal. 

Married, 1897, Mr. Walter Vail Holloway. One son, one daughter. 

Vaille, Harriet Wolcott, 1898-1900, 

211 West 9th Street, Leadville, Colo. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Francis Eugene. Bouck. 

Vallely, Eleanor, 1904-05, Died, 1919. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Geoffrey C. O'Connell. 

Van Dyke, Nancy Duncan, 1910-12, 

118 Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Gilbert Hilton Scribner, V. S. R. 

Van Hise, Alice Ring, 1915-16, . .772 Langdon Street, Madison, Wis. 

Student, University of Wisconsin, 1916-19. 

Van Hise, Mary Janet, 1905-07, . . . 772 Langdon Street, Madison, Wis. 
Van Horn, Olive Ostrander, 1907-08, 150 Dana Street, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Industrial Secretary, National Board, Y. W. C. A., New York City, 1918-19. 

Van Norden, Emma Philips, 1889-90, Died, 1906. 

Van Raalte, Fannie, 1917-18, 

Care of Simon Van Raalte, Esq., 36 Washington Terrace, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Married, 1918, Mr. Philip Henry Cohn. 

Vatjclain, Anne, 1903-06, Rosemont, Pa. 

Venner, Gertrude Amy, 1908-09, 306 West 75th Street, New York City. 
Vernon, Ethel, 1909-10, 1304 West 10th Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Librarian, Bureau of Municipal Research, Philadelphia, and Graduate Student, University 
of Pennsylvania, 1916-19. 

Vickers, Lillian, 1899-1902, Died, 1901. 

Vickery, Margaret, 1905-07, Ipswich, Mass. 

Nurse in Training, Presbyterian Hospital, New York City, 1918-19. 

Vickery, Ruth Perkins, 1907-08, 26 Chestnut Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Tutor in the Winsor School, Brookline, 1918-19. 

Married, 1909, Captain Bradford Buttrick Holmes. One son, two daughters. 

Vilas, Margaret, 1904-06, 109 West Washington Avenue, Madison, Wis. 
Vollmer, Genevieve, 1900, 400 Third Avenue, Lewiston, Idaho. 

Married, 1912, Mr. John Bonner. Two daughters. 

von Maur, Evelyn Mary, 1917-18, 

Care of Jacob D. von Maur, Esq., Laclede Gas Company, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Teacher, Primary Department Lenox Hall, University City, St. Louis, 1918-19. 

Waddington, Mary Elizabeth, 1893-94, 

126 East 24th Street, New York City. 

Wagner, Annie de Benneville, 1888-90, 

330 Hansberry Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1904, Mr. Franklin C. Dickey. Two daughters, one son. 

Wagner, Emilie Obrie, 1912-14, . .410 South 15th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1916, Professor Donald Galbraith Baird. One daughter. 

Wagner, Louise Dorothy, 1913-14, 1532 Dearborn Parkway, Chicago, 111. 

Student, Rush Medical College, 1917-19. 

Wahl, Margaret Lydia, 1913-14,. . . .609 Lake Drive, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Examiner, Civil Service Commission, Milwaukee, 1919. 

Waldron, Helen Stockton, 1902-03, 

6811 Constance Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1907, Mr. Clifford Giddings Wells. One daughter. 



172 Former Undergraduate Students 

Walker, Harriet Warner, 1909-10, 64 East Elm Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1914, Mr. John Paul Welling. One daughter. 

Wallace, Lurena Groesbeck, 1904-06, 

332 South 42nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Clerk, Girard Life Insurance Co., 1917-19. 

Waller, Ruby Leora, 1910-13, Died, 1913. 

Walton, Caroline Emma, 1911-12, Hummelstown, Pa. 

Walton, Edith Thompson, 1904, 1904-06, Cedarhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Ritchie H. Smith. 

Walton, Lillie Sophia, 1910-11, Hummelstown, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Robert Thomas Fox. One son. 

Walton, Marion Wetherill, 1917-18, Hartsdale, N. Y. 

Ward, Dorothy de Fermain, 1913-14, 

Care of Mrs. L. Ward, Care of J. P. Morgan & Co., Wall Street, New 
York City. 

Wardwell, Alice Dox, 1903-04, . . 150 East 72nd Street, New York City. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Harold Otis. 

Wardwell, Florence, 1894-95, 

Care of Wardwell & Adams, 71 Broadway, New York City, or 
Springfield Centre, N. Y. 

Member of Food Administration, Washington, D. C, 1917-18. 

Warkentin, Edna Wella, 1896-98, 

723 North 9th Street, Kansas City, Kans. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Maurice L. Alden. Two sons. 

Warner, Cassandra Updegraff, 1910-11, 

1320 East 30th Street, Kansas City, Mo. 

Warner, Margaret Douglass, 1908-10, 

173 Nassau Street, 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,. . . .7 Brite Road, Hartsdale, N. Y. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Sanger Bright Steel. One son. 

Warrin, Martha de Raismes, 1909-10, . . 50 Franklin Place, Flushing, L. I. 

Married, 1911, Lieutenant-Commander Hugh McCulloh Branham, U. S. N. Two daughters. 

Washburn, Eleanor Phillips, 1910-12, 

9 East Cache la Poudre Street, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Charles Francis Emery. 

Watkins, Eleanor Merriken, 1892-94, 

194 Twentieth Avenue, San Francisco, or Town and Country Club, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Married, 1896, Mr. Joseph Mason R(eves, U. S. N. One daughter (t 1907), two sons. 

Watriss, Martha, 1915-17, 127 West 79th Street, New York City. 

Nurse with A. E. F. in Germany, 1918-19. 

Watson, Geraldine Eggleston, 1905-08, 

Bellevue Hospital, New York City. 

Resident Physician, Bellevue Hospital, 1917-18. 

Watson, Mercer, 1916-17, Yarrow West, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Weadley, Lidie Babb, 1903-07, Strafford, Pa. 

Weaver, Marguerite Elizabeth, 1903-06, 

251 Harvey Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 



Former Undergraduate Students 173 

Webb, Elizabeth, 1911-13, 1732 Autumn Avenue, Memphis, Tenn. 

Secretary and Assistant to the President of the Memphis Milling Co., Memphis, Tenn., 
1913-19. 

Wehle, Fannie Brandeis, 1896-98, 

146 Claes de Vrieselaan, Rotterdam, Holland. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Karel H. de Haas. 

Weist, Helen Hutchins, 1917-18, 

Care of Dr. Harry H. Weist, 32 East 64th Street, New York City. 

Weld, Eloise Minot, 1897-99, Died, 1908 

Weldin, Grace Tussey, 1901-03, "Cedarcliffe," Wilmington, Del. 

Interpretative Dancer, 1917-18. 

Wells, Agnes Erminia, 1901-02, 

1023 Madison Street, Saginaw, W. S., Mich. 

Dean of Women, and Professor of Mathematics, Indiana University, 1918-19. 

Wells, Alice Mary 1902-03, 723 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 

Grade Teacher, James Campbell School, Philadelphia, 1906-19. 

Wells, Eleanor, 1910-12, 

55 East Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Welsh, Florence May, 1909-10, 

101 Slocum Crescent, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 

Married, 1912, Mr. George Angus Douglass. One son. 

West, Anna Ervina, 1891-95, Wynnewood, Pa. 

Married, 1898, Mr. W. Nelsoyi L. West. Two daughters, one son. 

Westheimer, Charlotte, 1912-14, 

3557 Rosedale Place, Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 

Weston, Frances Stinson, 1917-18, 

Care of Charles N. Weston, Esq., 3708 Baring Street, Philadelphia. 

Wheeler, Ada Maria, 1897-98, Belfast Road, Camden, Me. 

Farming, 1904-19. 

Wheeler, May L., 1900-01, Died, 1915. 

Married, Professor Arthur Leslie Wheeler. One daughter. 

Wheeler, Winifred Fay, 1893-94, Died, 1896. 

Whitall, Margaret Cooper, 1885-88, Died, 1892. 

Whitall, Margaret Millan, 1902, 1902-05, Died, 1907. 

White, Eva Grove, 1899-1901, Sidney, O. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Ralph Kah. 

White, Lulu Johnson, 1899-1900, Died, 1899. 

White, Margaret, 1901-02, 

Care of M. P. White, Esq., 101 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Lieutenant Edward Austin Waters, Amotion Section, U. S. A. 

Whitney, 3rd, Emily Francis, 1905-07, U. S. Embassy, Vienna, Austria. 

Married, 1911, Captain Allan Lindsay Briggs. One daughter. 

Whitney, Ruth Bowman, 1899-1901, Brush Hill Road, Readville, Mass. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Herbert Lyman. Two daughters. 

Whittredge, Euphemia, 1893-94, 125 Washington Place, New York City. 

Consulting Interior Decorator, 1917-19. 

Wiener, Edith, 1910-11, 1392 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Wight, Dorothy Talbot, 1903-06,. . .75 Gates Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Wight, Evelyn, 1916-18, 

Care of Dr. J. Sherman Wight, 30 Schermerhorn Street. Brooklvn, 
N. Y. 



174 Former Undergraduate Students 

Wilder, Laura, 1906-07, Died, 1914. 

Married, 1913, Mr. Laurance Simpson. 

Willard, Marie Louise, 1914-15, 

Pulaski, Va., or 14013 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, O. 

Married, 1915, Mr. Harlan Harris Newell. One son. 

Willett, Josephine Lape, 1893-94, Address unknown. 

Married, 1906, Mr. Julian Badiati-Zonca. 

Williams, Alice Amelia, 1896-99,. .1120 Garretson Avenue, Corona, Cal. 

Williams, Sophia Wells, 1893-94, Bronx ville, N. Y. 

Williamson, Mary Peabody, 1899-1901, 

3328 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, O. 

Willits, Esther Evans, 1894-96, Haverford, Pa. 

Married, 1898, Mr. Arthur Henry Thomas. Three daughters (one t 1908), one son (t 1911). 

Willits, Virginia White, 1898-99, 

Care of Depot Quartermaster, U. S. M. C, Cavite, P. I. 

Married, 1907, Major Norman Gilbert Burton, U. S. M. C. Two sons. 

Wilson, Catharine Victoria, 1899-1902, 

410 West Second Street, Lexington, Ky. 

Reader and Director of Plays, 1902-16. 
Married, 1908, Professor Lloyd Cadie Daniels. 

Wilson, Eleanora Stansbury, 1913-14, Chapel Hill, N. C 

Wilson, Florence Lucile, 1915-16, Brighton Road, Bellevue, Pa. 

Married, 1917, Mr. Ralph Lester Colton, U. S. N. One son. 

Wilson, Genevieve, 1906-08, 

122 West Commerce Street, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Teacher of Latin and French, Senior High School, Bridgeton, 1918-19. 

Wilson, Helen Anderson, 1909-11, 

The Rectory, Oaks P. O., Montgomery Co., Pa. 

Married, 1914, The Re^. Caleb Cresson. One son, one daughter. 

Wilson, Margaret Adelaide, 1897-1900, Morningside Farm, Hemet, Cal. 
Winchester, Evelyn Lee, 1903-05, -731 Addison Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1913, Mr. James Edward Montgomery. One daughter. 

Wing, Marie Remington, 1903-04, 1905-07, 

3133 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, O. 

General Secretary Y. W. C. A., Cleveland, Ohio, 1919. 

Winslow, Ellen Augusta, 1887-89, 

100 Monmouth Street, Springfield, Mass. 

Assistant in Mathematics in the Central High School, Springfield, Mass., 1896-1919. 

Winsor, Mary, 1902-05, 1907-08, Haverford, Pa. 

Suffrage Worker, 1910-18. 

Winsor, 2nd, Mary Pickard, 1914-15, 

Care of Robert Winsor, Esq., Chestnut Farm, Weston, Mass. 

Winterbotham, Genevieve F., 1900-01, 1902, 1902-03, 

Address unknown. 

Married, 1908, Mr. Frank Roger Mowrer. One daughter. 

Wischan, Pauline, 1904, 1904-05, Died, 1915. 

Married, 1908, Mr. William C. Schwebel. 
WlTHERBEE, FRANCES STUART, 1912-13, 

155 Temple Street, West Newton, Mass. 

Married, 1917, Major Herman Kobbe, U. S. A. 

Witherspoon, Pauline, 1901-03, 

Red Cross Headquarters, Nashville, Tenn. 
Travelling Secretary, American Red Cross, 1917-18. 



Former Undergraduate Students 175 

Wolcott, Laura, 1894, 1894-95, Address unknown. 

Wolf, Blanche, 1904-06, 1517 North 16th Street, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1910, Mr. Isidore Kohn. One son. 

Wolf, Elizabeth Pauline, 1911-12, 

1901 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Fellow, Department of Pathology and Assistant in Medical School, University of Chicago, 
1918-19. 

Wolf, Harriet Loeb, 1916-18, . .213 Ashbourne Road, Elkins Park, Pa. 

Volunteer Social Worker, 1918-19. 

Wolf, May Violet, 1893-95, 

Care of Federal National Bank, 14th and G Streets, Washington, D. C. 

Painter, 1914-19. 

Wolff, Helene Gertrude, 1912-13, 103 South 36th Street, Philadelphia. 

Private Secretary, The White-Williams Foundation for Girls, 1918-19. 

Wood, Florence, 1907-10, 203 Cherokee Avenue, Macon, Ga. 

Married, 1910, Dr. Herring Winship. One daughter, one son. 

Woodin, Mary Louise, 1910-12, . . . .752 Park Avenue, New York City. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Charles Miner, F. A., U. S. A. 

Woods, Hope, 1900-03, Locust Farm, South Lincoln, Mass. 

Married, 1909, Mr. Merrill Hunt. One son, one daughter. 

Worcester, Constance Rulison, 1915-17, 

186 Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass. 

Wortman, Helen, 1916-18, 245 Vista Avenue, Portland, Ore. 

Married, 1918, Lieutenant Henry Allan Russell, Q. M. C, U. S. A. 

Wright, Elizabeth, 1913-14, 490 Riverside Drive, New York City. 

Physician's and Surgeon's Medical School, 1917-19. 

Wright, Elizabeth, 1903-07, Fort Washington, Pa. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Arthur Claassen, Jr. 

Wright, Juliet Schell, 1911-12,. . .116 East Penn Street, Bedford, Pa. 

Clerk to Master Carpenter, P. R. R. Co. Offices, Bedford, 1918-19. 

Wuppermann, Zoyla Gomez, 1900, 1900-01, 

7422 Devon Street, Mt. Airy, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Clarence N. Cook. Two sons (one f 1913). 

Wyatt, Edith Franklin, 1892-94, 808 Tower Court, Chicago, 111. 

Writer, 1900-19. 

Wye, Theodora Ethel, 1901, 1901-03, 

Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York City. 

Assistant in Latin and Greek, Columbia University, 1910-17. 

Wyman, Florence Julien, 1907-08, — Ridge Street, Port Chester, N. Y. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Roswell Chester Tripp. Two daughters. 

Yardley, Anna Hall, 1890-95, 210 South Walnut Street, Milford, 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, Address unknown. 

Yeatts, May Day, 1898-1900, St. Davids, Pa. 

Married, 1905, Mr. Charles Henry Howson. Five sons, three daughters. 

Young, Anne Whittemore, 1903-05, 

8807 Seventeenth Avenue, Bath Beach, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



176 Former Undergraduate Students 

Young, Louise Steele, 1890-94, 

Chestnut Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Married, 1901, Mr. Alfred S. Weill. One daughter. 

Zabriskie, Zayda Justine, 1909-10, 2411 Bowditch Street, Berkeley, Cal. 

Married, 1911, Mr. Frank Henry Buck, Jr. Three sons, one daughter. 

Ziegler, Hattie Florence, 1899-1900, 

413 Hobart Place, Washington, D. C. 

Departmental Clerk, Navy Disbursing Office, 1917-19. 

Ziesing, Gertrude Lenore, 1909-12, .. .533 Roscoe Street, Chicago, 111. 

Married, 1914, Mr. Henry Lane Stout. 

Zimmerman, Sally Alma, 1912-13, Somerset, Pa. 



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Adaih, Helen 84 

Allen, Jeannette 131 

ALLIN80N, Gertrude, 131 

Ames, Edith 132 

Anderson, Eleanor Milbank, 132 

Aknold, Frances, 132 

Abnt, Helen Worman 132 

Bailey, Emma Doll 132 

Baird, Alice Russell 132 

Ba-ird, Cora 133 

Ballin, Florence 133 

Ballin, Marie Henrietta, 133 

Babnett, Gladys Mary 133 

Bartlett, Laura Alice 133 

Beggs, Ethel May 133 

Bernhelm, Helen 134 

Bibd, Emily Maltby, 99 

Bissell, Marguerite, 134 

Boude, Mary Scott Clendenin, . . . 134 

Beady, Josephine Edith, 135 

Bbight, Josephine 135 

Bright, Mary DeHaven, 135 

Bbooks, Fbances Annette 135 

Bbown, Helen Davenport, 136 

Brown, Jane Mesick 136 

Brown, Margaret Eaton, 136 

Brownback, Emily Yocum 136 

Browne, Norvelle Whaley, 136 

Bruere, Emmie Cornelia, 136 

Buracker, Kathleen, 136 

Burchlnal, Mary Cacy 101 

Buzby, Anne Knox 137 

Cadbury, Caroline Warder, 137 

Cadbuby, Elizabeth Bartram 137 

Cadbury, Helen 137 

Calder, Helen Remington, 137 

Carey, Josephine G 137 

Carroll. Marie Josephine 102 

Case, Mary Cushing 137 

Chambers, Agnes 138 

Chambers, Margaret Ferguson,... 138 

Chandler, Marie Julia, 138 

Chase, Lucy Edith 138 

Cheney, Marjory, 138 

Cheyney, Ruth 138 

Christie, Mary Phelps, 138 

Clarke, Grace Tileston, 138 

Coles, Therese Pauline 139 

Colter, Helen Margaret 139 

Crawford, Athalia Lucilla 140 

Culin, Myra Barrett 140 

Curtis, Katharine Robinson, 140 

Curtis, Marian 140 

Daddow, Virginia 140 

Davidson, Julia Quinta, 140 



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Davis, Esther 104 

Dean, Anna Elliott 141 

Downing, Julia Charlotte, 141 

Dudley, Margaret 141 

Dulles, Margaret Josephine 142 

Dunn, Helen Prentiss 142 

Eberman, Ella, 142 

Edwards, Elizabeth Mary 106 

Ely, Gertrude Sumner 142 

Emerson, Helena Titus 142 

ErbslQh, Gertrud Fanny Adeline, 142 

Evans Adelaide Rebecca 143 

Evans, Helen Ludington 143 

Feurer, Margaret Barton 143 

Fish, Margaret Allina, 143 

Fisk, Evelyn Louise 143 

Fleischmann, Helen 144 

Floersheim, Edna W 144 

Ford, Lucia Osborne 144 

Foster, Violet Bacon, 144 

Foulke, Rebecca Mulford 144 

Franklin, Marjorie Lorne, 87 

Frederick, Miriam Du Bois 144 

Galabert, Juliette Michel, 108 

Gano, Katharine Vallette 145 

Garrett, Frances Biddle, 145 

Gerstenberg, Alice 145 

Goldmark, Susan, 145 

Goodnow, Lois Root 145 

Gordon, Grace Rix 146 

Graham, Bessie, 146 

Green, Phyllis, 146 

guckenheimer, adele 146 

Haines, Lydia Rapelye 146 

Hallowell, Bertinia 147 

Harben, Clarissa 147 

Heisler, Laura Mary 148 

Helllngs, Eleanor Louise 148 

Heulings, Alice 148 

Higginson, Elizabeth Bethune, . . . 148 

Hill, Anna Mary 149 

Hinde, Helen Harper, 149 

Hires, Linda Smith 149 

Holland, Mary Elizabeth, 149 

Holman, Helen 149 

Holman, Josephine Bowen 149 

Holt, Evelyn 149 

Hopkins, Elizabeth 149 

Horner, Jane Elizabeth 149 

Houghteling, Harriot Peabody, . . . 149 

Howland, Alice Gulielma 150 

Hudson, Hilda Phoebe 112 

Hunter, Mary Jo 112 

Jaggard, Anne Wright, 150 

James, Margaret Mary, 151 



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Janney, Elizabeth Brinton 151 

Janney, Mildred 151 

Jones, Marguerite Allston 151 

Justice, Hilda, 151 

Kershaw, Karie Kay 152 

Kessel, Julia Brainerd, 114 

Ketchum, Florence Josephine 152 

Kilpatrick, Ellen Perkins 152 

King, Florence 152 

King, Rachel Estelle Albright, . . 152 

Kingsbacher, Erma, 152 

Kingsbacher, Gertrude 152 

Kohn, Elsie 152 

Langdon, Julia Oliva, 153 

Langenbeck, Clara, 82 

Lawther, Mary Roberts 153 

Lehman, Lois Partridge 153 

Levering, Margaretta 153 

Lewis, Louise 153 

Lindley, Eleanor 153 

Linn, Mary Hunter 154 

Lippoldt, Genevieve Louise,. ..... 105 

Lit, Juliet Ephraim, 154 

Loines, Hilda, 154 

Lorenz, Eleanor Mary 90 

Lowrey, Elsie Elizabeth, 154 

Lynch, Gertrude Mason 154 

Macfadzean, Agnes Murray, 116 

Malott, Daisy Patterson 155 

Maltby, Olive Douglas 155 

Marsh, Cora Adriana 155 

Martin, Frances de Forest, 155 

Maurice, Emily Marshall 155 

McCormick, Caroline 156 

McCormick, Eleanor Harryman, . . 156 

McKee, Helen 156 

McKeen, Anna Lewis, 156 

McKelvey, Mary Alice, 156 

McLane, Hazel Ellen 156 

Meyer, Else 157 

Middendorp, Katharine Louise 

Irvin 157 

Mifflin, Elizabeth Hornli 157 

Miller, Jessie Imbrie, 157 

Mitchell, Beulah Margaret 158 

Moody, Mary Grace 158 

Morse, Kate Niles 83 

Morton, Charlotte, 158 

Myers, Mary Calvert 159 

Nagel, Caroline Louise, 159 

Nash, Carolyn Ryan 159 

Nathan, Stella 159 

Newton, Carolina Edelheim, 159 

Niles, Laura, 159 

Phillips, Anna Tucker 161 

Pray, Gladys, 161 

Preston, Margaret Wickliffe 161 

Putnam, Corinna Haven 161 



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Ramsey, Emily Yocum, 162 

Read, Helen Anna, 162 

Rhoads, Ruth Ely, 162 

Richardson, Elizabeth Hadley, . . . 162 

Righter, Jane, 162 

Roche, Helen Marie, 163 

Rochester, Anna 163 

Ross, Josephine, 163 

Rossmassler, Elfrida Anna 163 

Russell, Janet Lucretia 163 

Satterlee, Mildred, 163 

Schamberg, Hermine Rice 164 

Schmidt, Helen, 164 

Schrader, Elizabeth Wilhelmina, . 164 

Scruggs, Margaret 164 

Sedgwick, Elizabeth, 164 

Seeds, Iola Merle 164 

Seligman, Gladys 165 

Seymour, Helen, : 165 

Sheppard, Irene, 165 

Shipley, Elizabeth Taylor, 165 

Shipley, May Mallet-Prevost 165 

Shloss, Irma Bronette, 165 

Shoemaker, Anna Peirce 165 

Silkman, Eleanor, 165 

Simpson, Catharine Mount, 166 

Sippel, Dorothy 166 

Smith, Julia Pratt 166 

Smyth, Adelaide Gertrude 166 

Southerland, Harriet Rodman, . . . 166 

Sperry, Maud Franklin 167 

Steel, Margaret Armstrong, 167 

Steele, Esther Clarkson Mayer, . 167 

Stephens, Eliza Pullan 167 

Stetson, Lydia Almy, 167 

Stevenson, Eleanor Jane 167 

Steward, Helen Rebecca, 126 

Stone, Kitty Louise 168 

Storer, Emily Lyman 168 

Strong, Ruth, 168 

Sturdevant, Frances Eloise 168 

Sweet, Ethelwyn 169 

Swift, Anna Vaughan, 169 

Swindell, Susie Ould 169 

Tanner, Ruth Frances 169 

Taylor, Elizabeth Willis, 169 

Taylor, Marion Satterthwaite, . . . 169 

Thackray, Margaret 169 

Thayer, Dorothy, 169 

Thomas, Mary Grace 169 

Thompson, Frances DArcy 128 

Thompson, Genevieve, 169 

Trask, Lillia M. D 170 

Trevvett, Lily Frances 95 

Tritipoe, Vera 128 

Tsuda, Ume 170 

Tudor, Mary 170 

Tyler, Eleanor Justis 170 



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Tyson, Evelyn Bayly 170 

Tyson, Marjorie Idalene, 170 

Utley, Elizabeth Minerva, 170 

Vallely, Eleanor, 171 

Vickery, Margaret, 171 

Vickery, Ruth Perkins 171 

Wagner, Annie de Benneville, . . . 171 

Walton, Lillie Sophia 172 

Warkentin, Edna Wella 172 

Warner, Margaret Douglas 172 

Warren, Louise Bronson 172 

Weeks, Eula Adeline 96 

Wells, Agnes Ermenta 173 

West, Anna Ervina, 173 

Wheeler, Ada Maria 173 



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Whitney, 3rd, Emily Francis 173 

Whittredge, Euphemia, 173 

Wight, Dorothy Talbot, 173 

Williams, Alice Amelia, 174 

Williamson, Mary Peabody 174 

Willits, Esther Evans 174 

Wilson, Helen Anderson, 174 

Winchester, Evelyn Lee, 174 

Winterbotham, Genevieve F., 174 

Wolf, Blanche, 175 

Wood, Florence, 175 

Woods, Hope 175 

Wright, Juliet Schell 175 

Wupperman, Zoyla Gomez, 175 

Yeatts, May Day, 175 



180 Present Graduate Students 

Home Addresses of Present Graduate Students, 1918-19. 

Adair, Helen, '. 20 West 27th Street, Kearney, Neb. 

Allard, Beatrice, Summit Road, Wellesley, Mass. 

Almack, Mary Ruth,. . . .Care of J. W. Almack, Esq., 214 South 6th Street, 
Coshocton, Ohio. 

Babcock, Lucile, . . . . Care of Charles James Babcock, Esq., 3032 Humbolt 
Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Baxter, Georgia Louise Care of Mrs. Mary C. Baxter, Girls' State 

Industrial School, Morrison, Col. 

Bell, Katharine Raynolds, . . . . Care of Mrs. E. G. Montgomery, No. 1, 
The Circle, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Boalt, Marian Griswold, . . . .Care of John A. Strutton, Esq., Hume Savings 
and Loan Company, Norwalk, O. 

Booth, Anna Martha, . . . .Care of John Booth, Esq., 2303 North 13th Street, 
Philadelphia. 

Born, Therese Mathilde, . . . . Care of Isaac Born, Esq., 2038 N. Alabama 
Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Bristow, Helen Graham, .... Care of Mrs. A. T. Bristow, Box 268, Haver- 
ford, Pa. 

Bryne, Eva Alice Worrall, . . . . Care of Jonathan Bryne, Esq., 290 East 
Bringhurst Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Buchanan, Margaret,. . . .Care of Aaron Moore Buchanan, Esq., 304 Willey 
Street, Morgantown, W. Va. 

Buckley, Dorothy Theresa, . . . .Care of W. D. Buckley, Esq., 1800 Nebraska 
Street, Sioux City, Iowa. 

Bunton, Georgiana, Care of G. H. Bunton, Esq., Rover, Mo. 

Buse, Alpha Beatrice, Care of Mrs. Delia M. Buse, Poison, Mont. 

Cook, Helen Adelia Wyalusing, Pa. 

Copenhaver, Eleanor, Care of B. E. Copenhaver, Esq., Marion, Va. 

Corstvet, Emma Gretchen, . . . . Care of Alexander Corstvet, Esq., 553 
Twenty-eighth Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Davidson, Helen Rowena, . . . . Care of Frank W. Davidson, Esq., Box 11, 
North Bend, Ore. 

Dedman, Grace Johnstone, .... Care of James B. Dedman, Esq., Long- 
castle, Whauphill, Scotland. 

Davies, Jane Stodder, .... Care of Dean Caroline S. Davies, 72 Professors 
Row, Tufts College, Mass. 

Dinsmore, Mary, 617 E Street, Marysville, Cal. 

Feder, Leah Hannah,. . . .Care of George Feder, Esq., 83 Bloomfield Avenue, 
Passaic, N. J. 

Flather, Mary Drusilla, . . . .Care of Frederick Arthur Flather, Esq., 68 
Mansur Street, Lowell, Mass. 

Gabel, Leona Christine, .... Care of Jacob Gabel, Esq., 1102 Butternut 
Street, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Goldstein, Helen P^rances, . . . .Care of Albert S. Goldstein, Esq., 99 Clare- 
mont Avenue, New York City. 

Goodall, Winifred, .... Care of W. R. Goodall, Esq., 2905 Vernon Place, 
Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

Guthrie, Mary Jane, .... Care of George R. Guthrie, Esq., 408 Ripley 
Street, Columbia Mo. 



Present Graduate Students 181 

Halle, Marion Rebecca, .... Care of Salmon Portland Halle, Esq., Care of 
The Halle Brothers Company, Cleveland, O. 

Hanna, Helen Irene Care of J. W. Hanna, Esq., Lacey, la . 

Haupt, Istar Alida, . . . .Care of Professor Paul Haupt, 215 Longwood Road, 
Roland Park, Md. 

Hawk, Grace Ethel, Care of Harman I. Hawk, Esq., 134 South 11th 

Street, Reading, Pa. 

Hawkins, Alice Martin,. .518 Manheim Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Hats, Elizabeth, .... Care of Frank P. Hays, Esq., 5555 Berlin Avenue, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Hemenway, Judith, M.B., Care of the Rev. Myles Hemenway, 8 West 

10th Street, New York City. 

Herring, Harriet Laura, . . . .Care of Becton I. Herring, Esq., Kinston, N. C. 

Hibbard, Hope, .... Care of H. Wade Hibbard, Esq., 1307 Wilson Avenue, 
Columbia, Mo. 

Hobbs, Harriet, .... Care of Francis J. Hobbs, Esq., 8 North 14th Street, 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 

Hughes, Gwendolyn, .... Care of Ernest Hughes, Esq., 809 Pasewalk Ave- 
nue, Norfolk, Neb. 

Light, Naomi, .... Care of Harvey Monroe Light, Esq., 1419 Massachusetts 
, Street, Lawrence, Kan. 

Lehedde, Denise Emilie 66 rue Gay Lussac, 5e, Paris, France. 

Lonegren, Irma Caroline, .... Care of Frederick W. Lonegren, Esq., 
1198 55th Avenue, S. E., Portland, Ore. 

Longaker, Adelina, . . . . Care of George Longaker, Esq., 188 North Grove 
Avenue, East Aurora, N. Y. 

Mabille, Lucie 20 Rue Chardon-Lagache, Paris, 16 e, France. 

MacMaster, Amelia Kellogg Care of Mrs. James MacMaster, 454 

Jefferson Avenue, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Marx, Olga, . . . .Care of Mrs. Samuel Marx, 3569 Broadway, New York City. 

McDowell, Dorothy Eleanor,. . . .Care of Oswell Gifford McDowell, Esq., 
5923 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

McGeorge, Beatrice, Cynwyd, Pa. 

McGiffert, Katharine Wolcott, .... Care of the Rev. Arthur C. McGiffert, 
606 West 122nd Street, New York City. 

Melvin, Margaret Georgiana Care of Dr. George G. Melvin, 171 

Princess Street, St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. 

Milne, Marjorie Josephine, ... .Care of Mrs. Alexander Milne, 4 Broad 
Street, Middletown, N. Y. 

Mohler, Nora May, ....Care of Professor John Fred Mohler, 127 South 
College Street, Carlisle, Pa. 

Monroe, Margaret Montague Care of Mrs. J. R. Monroe, 47 Vance 

Street, Asheville, N. C. 

Moore, Emily Lucile Care of George B. Moore, Esq., 106 Augusta 

Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Neely, Cora Snowden, .... Care of Mrs. Charles W. Neely, 443 Hansberry 
Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Nelson, Grace Wandell, . . . . Care of Sidney T. Nelson, Esq., 104 West 
Johnson Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Nbterer, Inez May,. . . .Care of Jeremiah Neterer, Esq., 2702 North Broad- 
way, Seattle, Wash. 



182 Present Graduate Students 

Nisson, Estelle Geneva,. . . .Care of M. Nisson, Esq., 2500 N. Main Street, 
Santa Ana, Cal. 

Opp, Helen Schuyler,. . . .Care of John A. Opp, Esq., 74 Gaylord Avenue, 
Plymouth, Pa. 

Owens, Jeannette Carolyn, .... Care of Professor William G. Owens, 
407 Sixth Street, Lewisburg, Pa. 

Paddock, Laura Bell Care of William R. Paddock, Esq., 2318 N. 

Dupont Avenue, N., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Pancoast, Elinor, Care of G. L. Pancoast, Esq., Big Spring, Tex. 

Parker, Alice Ruth,. . . .Care of Arthur H. Parker, Esq., West Barrington, 
R. I. 

Patch, Helen Elizabeth, .... Care of Willis Young Patch, Esq., 175 State 
Street, Bangor, Me. 

Sewell, Dorothy Austin Care of Hon. Albert H. Sewell, Walton, N. Y 

Smith, Edith Marion, .... Care of J. A. Smith, Esq., 200 South Douglas 
Street, Peoria, 111. 

Smith, Isabel F., Care of Mrs. Frederic E. Smith, 1101 West 46th Street 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Springer, Constance Lynch Care of the Rev. Ruter W. Springer, 228 

Conway Street, Carlisle, Pa. 

Stelle, Katharine Beatrice,. . . .Care of Rev. Bergen D. Stelle, Upland, Pa- 

Stevenson, Margaretta Price, .... Care of H. S. Stevenson, Esq., 118 
Third Ave., Leavenworth, Kans. 

Stiles, Hallie Ula, Y. W. C. A., Detroit, Mich. 

Sturm, Marthe, 33 Rue de la Chapelle, Paris, France. 

Sundstrom, Ingeborg Hannah Care of J. O. Sundstrom, Esq., Linds- 

borg, Kan. 

Tobin, Elise, . . . . Care of Samuel J. Tobin, Esq., 515 Lexington Avenue, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Torrey, Marian Marsh, .... Care of Daniel Temple Torrey, Esq., 238 
Williams Street, Providence, R. I. 

Trotain, Marthe Jeanne, 136 Avenue Emile Zola,- Paris, France. 

Turner, Bird Margaret, Moundsville, W. Va. 

Vorys, Adeline Werner,* 1640 East Broad Street, Columbus, O. 

Watson, Amey Eaton,! 5 College Avenue, Haverford, Pa. 

White, Jeannette, ... .Care of Mrs. Alice M. White, 619 E. 14th Street, 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Wilkie, Helen Isabella, .... Care of Hugh Wilkie, Esq., 48 Bruntsfield 
Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Windle, Letitia Butler West Chester, Pa. 

Wolff, Mabel Pauline, Care of Rev. David W. Wolff, Myerstown, Pa. 

Wood, Margaret Wells,} 20 A Walnut Street, Summit, N. J. 

Woodbury, Margaret, .... Care of Benjamin Woodbury, Esq., 92 Jefferson 
Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Yntema, Clara Elizabeth,. . . .Care of D. B. Yntema, Esq., R. R. No. 10, 
Holland, Mich. 

* Mrs. Webb I. Vorys. 

t Mrs. F. D. Watson. 

J Mrs. Margaret W. Wood, 



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Home Addresses of Present Undergraduate Students, 1918-19. 

Aldrich, Suzanne Katherine, 1922, ... .Care of Mrs. M. L. D. Aldrich, 
2 Euclid Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Allen, Dorothy Blair, 1920,. . . .Care of John W. Allen, Esq., 34 Plymouth 
Street, Montclair, N. J. 

Allison, Frances Ekin, 1919 Care of James E. Allison, Esq., 5825 Cates 

Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Anderson, Emily Tremaine, 1922, .... Care of William B. Anderson, Esq., 
154 East 62nd Street, New York City. 

Anderton, Virginia Wallis, 1919, ... .Care of Charles Edward Anderton, 
Esq., 1230 Lake Drive, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Archbald, Margaretta Thompson, 1921,. . . .Care of James Archbald, Esq., 
1501 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pa. 

Arnold, Isabel Hart, 1920,. . . .Care of William R. Arnold, Esq., 17 Francis 
Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Bailey, Georgia Reily, 1919 Care of James B. Bailey, Esq., Pine Forge, 

Pa. 

Baird, Cornelia Marcia, . . . . Care of Henry Martyn Baird, Jr., Esq., 18 
South Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Baldwin, Henrietta Elizabeth, 1921 Care of Mrs. S. C. Baldwin, 801 

West 4th Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

Baldwin, Mary, 1921,. . . .Care of William M. Baldwin, Esq., Garden City, 
Long Island, N. Y. 

Ballou, Margaret Howland, 1920, .... Care of Mrs. Herbert W. Northey, 
2 Gregory Street, Marblehead, Mass. 

Baron, Sadie Muriel, 1922,. . . .Care of Joseph M. Baron, Esq., Bryn Mawr, 
Pa. 

Barton, Catherine, 1921, . . . .Care of Mrs. K. C. Barton, 708 Omaha National 
Bank Building, Omaha, Neb. 

Batchelder, Ursula Chase, 1922, ... .Care of Charles S. Batchelder, Esq., 
503 Second Street, Faribault, Minn. 

Beatty, Frederika, 1919, ... .Care of the Rev. Troy Beatty, 401 Boyd 
Place, Memphis, Tenn. 

Beckwith, Lydia Love, 1921 Care of Mrs. J. D. Black, 222 East Dela- 
ware Place, Chicago, 111. 

Belville, Sidney Ott, 1919,. . . .Care of Dr. J. Edgar Belville, 5925 Greene 
Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Bennett, Eleanor Custis, . . . .Care of Joseph S. Bennett, Jr., Esq., 504 S. 
42nd Street, Philadelphia. 

Bennett, Helen Adelaide, ... .Care of C. W. Bennett, Esq., 6300 Dar- 
lington Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bettman, Marian Rose, 1919, ... .Care of Dr. Henry Wald Bettman, 3593 
Bogart Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Bickley, Catherine Elizabeth, 1921,. . . .Care of James A. H. Magoun, Esq., 
Dingman's Ferry, Pa. 

Biddle, Elizabeth R., 1919,. . . .Care of James G. Biddle, Esq., Wallingford, 
Pa. 

Billstein, Florence Warrington, 1921, . . . .Care of Nathan Billstein, Esq., 
Riderwood, Md. 

Bliss, Eleanor Albert, 1921,. .. .Care of Professor William Julian Albert 
Bliss, 1017 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 



184 Present Undergraduate Students 

Bliss, Frances, 1922, .... Care of Professor William Julian Albert Blisa, 
1017 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Blue, Augusta Lyell, 1919, ... .Care of Charles E. Blue, Esq., Charlottes- 
ville, Va. 

Boland, Elizabeth Cole, 1921, ... .Care of Mrs. Warren C. Van Slyke, 
73 Henry Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Bolton, Cecile Baldwin, 1921,. .. .Care of Mrs. Channing Moore Bolton, 
Charlottesville, Va. 

Boswell, Eleanore, 1921, .... Care of Arthur Boswell, Esq., 5101 Pulaski 
Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia; 

Boynton, Zella Detmold, 1920, .... Care of Chester Clark Boynton, Esq., 
981 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Brace, Elizabeth, 1920, .... Care of Charles Loring Brace, Esq., 105 East 
22nd Street, New York City. 

Bromell, Beatrice Brunswick, 1920, .... Care of Frederick William Bromell, 
Esq., 549 East 34th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Broomfield, Mabel May, 1919, ... .Care of Robert Broomfield, Esq., 1029 
South 51st Street, Philadelphia. 

Brown, Ethel Blake, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. George A. Brown, 169 East 
80th Street, New York City. 

Brown, Jane Logan, 1921,. .. .Care of Stuart Borwn, Esq., 717 South 4th 
Street, Springfield, 111. 

Brown, Madelaine Ray, 1920,. . . .Care of Robert P. Brown, Esq., 13 Charl 
Field Street, Providence, R. I. 

Brown, Miriam Burkloe, 1920, .... Care of J. Burkloe Brown, Esq., 1212 
John Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Brush, Eleanor Peabody, 1922, .... Care of Dr. Murray Brush, 1019 North 
Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Bumgarner, Madeline McClees, 1922, .... Care of Dr. Albert L. Bum- 
garner, 1424 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Bumm, Esther Louise, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. William Bumm, The Wissa- 
hickon, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Burges, Jane Rust, 1922,. . . .Care of William H. Burges, Esq., 69 W. Wash- 
ington Street, Chicago, 111. 

Burns, Emily Longfellow, 1922, .... Care of John Burns, Jr., 289 Clinton 
Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Butler, Margaret Elisabeth, 1919, ... .Care of Pierce Butler, Esq., 1347 
Summit Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

Buttenwieser, Hilda, 1920, .... Care of Dr. Moses Buttenwieser, 252 Loraine 
Avenue, Clifton, Cincinnati, O. 

Cadot, Louise Fontaine, 1921, ... .Care of Clarence P. Cadot, Esq., 406 
Seminary Avenue, Ginter Park, Richmond, Va. 

Cameron, Constance Guyot, 1922,. . . .Care of Mrs. Arthur Guyot Cameron, 
Princeton, N. J. 

Canby, Marjorie Wistar, 1920 Care of William Marriott Canby, Esq., 

Westview and Wissahickon Avenues, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Carey, Margaret Millicent, 1920 Care of A. Morris Carey, Esq., 

1004 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Cary, Mary Katharine, 1920,. . . .Care of Alfred S. Cary, Esq., 1104 West 
Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Cauldwell, Katharine, 1920 Care of Mrs. S. M. Cauldwell, Hartsdale, 

N. Y. 



Present Undergraduate Students 185 

Cecil, Elizabeth Barnett, 1921,. .. .Care of Rev. Russell Cecil, 912 Park 
Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Chadbourne, Emily Roxana, 1919,. . . .Care of Joseph H. Chadbourne, Esq., 
11 Irvington Street, Waban, Mass. 

Chambers, Dorothea Nesbit, 1919,. . . .Care of Mrs. Laurens Hickok Seelye, 
Chatham, N. J. 

Chase, Martha Frances, 1920, .... Care of Hon. Frederic H. Chase, Great 
Meadows Road, Concord, Mass. 

Churchill, Mabel Harlakenden, 1921 Care of Mrs. Winston Churchill, 

Windsor, Vt. 

Clark, Darthela, 1920 Care of Walton Clark, Esq., Stenton Avenue, 

Chestnut Hill, Pa. 

Clarke, Barbara, 1922,. . . .Care of Prescott O. Clarke, Esq., 219 Blackstone 
Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 

Clarke, Frances Chase, 1919, ... .Care of Prescott O. Clarke, Esq., 219 
Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 

Cochran, Julia Newton, 1920 Care of John T. Cochran, Esq., The 

Plains, Va. 

Collins, Amy Whipple, 1919,. . . .Care of Justus Collins, Esq., 1116 Kanawha 
Street, Charleston, W. Va. 

Collins, Eleanor, 1921,. . . .Care of Benjamin Collins, Esq., Purchase, N. Y. 

Collins, Hazel Steele, 1919,. . . .Care of Cy S. Collins, Esq., 66 Kingsboro 
Avenue, Gloversville, N. Y. 

Colman, Charlotte Kehl, 1920, .... Care of Harry L. Colman, Esq., 114 
South 15th Street, La Crosse, Wis. 

Colman, Isabel, 1922, .... Care of William W. Colman, Esq., 323 Juneau 
Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Conklin, Julia Cecilia, 1920, .... Care of Roland R. Conklin, Esq., Rose- 
mary Farm, Huntington, L. I., N. Y. 

Conover, Helen Field, 1919, ... .Care of Richard F. Conover, Esq., 2321 
Center Avenue, Bay City, Mich. 

Cooke, Dorothea Alice, 1922, .... Care of Clarence Hyde Cooke, Esq., 
P. O. Box 306, Honolulu, T. H. 

Coolidge, Anne, 1920, .... Care of Dr. Algernon Coolidge, Heath Hill, Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Coombs, Sarah Virginia, 1919 Care of Mrs. Jerome W. Coombs, Scars- 
dale, N. Y. 

Cooper, Eleanor Steward, 1919,. . . .Care of Dr. John S. S. Cooper, 47 Owen 
Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. 

Cope, Elizabeth Francis, 1921,. .. .Care of Mrs. Walter Cope, 200 East 
Johnson Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Cowen, Katharine Muir, 1921, ... .Care of William B. Cowen, Esq., 38 
Chestnut Street, Salem, Mass. 

Crile, Margaret Harris, 1921,. .. .Care of Mrs. George W. Crile, 2620 
Derbyshire Road, Cleveland, O. 

Crosby, Margaret, 1922, ... .Care of John Crosby, Esq., 2104 Stevens 
Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Davis, Lilian Gould, 1920,. . . .Care of Albert Gould Davis, Esq., 112 Lenox 
Road, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Day, Frances Blakiston, 1919,. . . .Care of Mrs. Frank Miles Day, Allen's 
Lane, Mt. Airy P. O., Philadelphia. 

Dent, Margaret Miller, 1920, Care of Mrs. Elbert Dent, 308 West 

Springfield Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 



186 Present Undergraduate Students 

Dessau, Dorothy Helen, 1922,. . . .Care of David Dessau, Esq., 116 Broad 
Street, New York City. 

Dimeling, Catherine, 1921,. .. .Care of George M. Dimeling, Esq., South 
2nd Street, Clearfield, Pa. 

Dom, Anna, 1922 Care of William T. Dom, Jr., Esq., 91 Westmoreland 

Avenue, Greensburg, Pa. 

Donaldson, Sidney Virginia, 1921,. . . .Care of Mrs. George T. Donaldson, 
139 Grandview Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Donnelley, Clarissa, 1921,. .. .Care of Thomas Elliott Donnelley, Esq., 
Lake Forest, 111. 

Donnelley, Eleanor, 1921,. .. .Care of Reuben H. Donnelley, Esq., Lake 
Forest, 111. 

Donohue, Elizabeth Haviland, 1922,. . . .Care of Frank M. Donohue, Esq., 
139 Albany Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Dubach, Anna Retjbenia, 1919 Care of Mrs. Frederick B. Dubach, 6336 

Berlin Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Dunn, Anita, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. Morrill Dunn, 102 Bellevue Place, 
Chicago, 111. 

Eadie, Marian, 1921, ... .Care of Frank Lester Eadie, Esq., 1111 County 
Line Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Ecroyd, Mary Haines, 1922, .... Care of Dr. Henry Ecroyd, Jamestown, 
R. I. 

Ehlers, Anita Louise Adele, 1919, ... .Care of William Ehlers, Esq., 929 
Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, N. J. 

Ehlers, Louise Charlotte, 1922, .... Care of William Ehlers, Esq., 929 
Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, N. J. 

Eilers, Marguerite Elizabeth, 1920, ... .Care of Karl Eilers, Esq., Sea 
Cliff, Long Island, N. Y. 

Evans, Emily Victoria, 1921,. . . .Care of John Gary Evans, Esq., 263 Con- 
necticut Avenue, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Everett, Catherine Arms, 1919, ... .Care of Professor Herbert E. Everett, 
1632 Latimer Street, Philadelphia. 

Farnsworth, Edith Billings, 1921, ... .Care of Mrs. Francis D. Smith, 
531 North Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, Col. 

Farrell, Helen Thompson, 1921,. . . .Care of William Joseph Farrell, Esq., 
Hotel Seville, Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Fauvre, Elisabeth Maus, 1919 Care of Frank M. Fauvre, Esq., 46th 

Street and Michigan Road, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Ferguson, Bertha Eliza, 1921,. . . .Care of John King Ferguson, Esq., 230 
Fountain Avenue, Paducah, Ky. 

Ferguson, Dorothy Elizabeth, 1922, ... .Care of Melville F. Ferguson, 
Esq., 139 East Durham Street, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Ferris, Hilda, 1920, .... Care of Alfred J. Ferris, Esq., 3409 Baring Street, 
Philadelphia. 

Fette, Marian Catherine Dubach, 1921,. . . .Care of Mrs. Carolus M. Fette, 
Hannibal, Mo. 

Finch, Edith, 1922, .... Care of Dr. Edward B. Finch, Greenfield, Mass. 

Fisher, Josephine McCullon, 1922, .... Care of Edward McCullon Fisher, 
Esq., Melvale, Md. 

Flexner, Jean Atherton, 1921,. .. .Care of Abraham Flexner, Esq., 150 
East 72nd Street, New York City. 

Floyd, Olive Beatrice, 1922 Care of Mrs. Hart Floyd, South Lincoln, 

Mass. 



Present Undergraduate Students 187 

Foot, Evalyn Marynia Lawther, 1921,. . . .Care~of Edwin Hawley Foot, 
Esq., 1015 Fourth Street, Red Wing, Minn. 

Fountain, Audrey, 1922,. . . .Care of Gerard Fountain, Esq., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

France, Margaret von Torney, 1919,. . . .Care of Joseph C. France, Esq., 
219 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Frazier, Julia Veronica, 1919 Care of Kenneth Frazier, Esq., Garrison- 

on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Frost, Marian Louise, 1920, .... Care of Charles H. Frost, Esq., 1060 Central 
Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. 

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., 
99 Claremont Avenue, New York City. 

Gabel, Anne May, 1922,. . . .Care of Dr. Clayton G. Gabel, 541 North Lime 
Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Gabell, Eleanor, 1922, Care of Columbus W. Gabel], Jr., Esq., 6526 

North Thirteenth Street, Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

Gardner, Katharine Lucretia, 1922,. . . .Care of Alfred A. Gardner, Esq., 
114 East 84th Street, New York City. 

Garrison, Clarinda Kirkham, 1921,. . . .Care of Frederic Wait Lord, Esq., 
126 East 65th Street, New York City. 

Garrison, Marian Elizabeth, 1922, .... Care of E. W. Garrison, Esq., 
19 Furnace Street, Shickshinny, Pa. 

Gibbs, Harriet Constance, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. Rufus M. Gibbs, 1209 
St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Gilman, Margaret, 1919,. . . .Care of Mrs. Nicholas P. Gilman, 122 Newbury 
Street, Boston, Mass. 

Glasner, Malvina Dorothy, 1922, .... Care of Max Glasner, Esq., 2430 
South Mildred Street, Philadelphia. 

Godwin, Elizabeth Douglas, 1921,. . . .Care of Herbert Godwin, Esq., 1112 
Holman Avenue, Houston, Tex. 

Goggin, Mary Simpson, 1921,. . . .Care of the Hon. James Mann Goggin,1224 
Magoffin Avenue, El Paso, Tex. 

Gookin, Nathalie Clotilde, 1920, ... Care of Frederick William Gookin, 
Esq., 13 West Walton Place, Chicago, 111. 

Gowing, Jean, 1922, . . . !Care of Fred Gowing, Esq., 602 Leverington Avenue, 
Roxborough, Philadelphia. 

Grace, Virginia Randolph, 1922, .... Care of Lee Ashlev Grace, Esq., 
302 West 85th Street, New York City. 

Gregg, Marian, 1920,. . . .Care of Cecil D. Gregg, Esq., Brentmoor, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Grim, Loretta May, 1922, .... Care of William R. Grim, Esq., 803 Pine 
Street, Texarkana, Tex. 

Guthrie, Harriet Seymour, 1922, ... .Care of Seymour Guthrie, Esq. 
Riverside, Cook County, 111. 

Hales, Laura, 1920,. . . .Care of Burton F. Hales, Esq., 509 North Oak Park 
Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

Hall, Dorothy Phillips, 1919, Care of Sidney Hall, Esq., 1319 Park 

Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Hall, Elizabeth McGowan, 1922 Care of Charles R. Hall, Esq., 

Albany Avenue, Kingston, N. Y. 

Hamilton, Ruth Gertrude, 1919 Care of William Hamilton, Esq., 220 

West 9th Street, Erie, Pa. 



188 Present Undergraduate Students 

Hand, Serena Everett, 1922,. . . .Care of Augustus N. Hand, Esq., 48 West 
North Street, New York City. 

Hardy, Mart, 1920, .... Care of Dr. George E. Hardy, 518 Cathedral Street, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Harris, Eleonore Dubois, 1921,. .. .Care of Stephen Harris, Esq., 7219 
Boyer Street, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Harrison, Alice Cunningham, 1920,. . . .Care of Dr. Archibald C. Harrison, 
31 East North Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Hawkins, Mary O'Neil, 1920, .... Care of Horace N. Hawkins, Esq., 1331 
Columbine Street, Denver, Col. 

Haworth, Katherine Frothingham, 1922,. . . .Care of B. C. Haworth, Esq., 
The Seville, Washington, D. C. 

Hay, Mary Douglass, 1922,. . . .Care of Logan Hay, Esq., 1220 South Grand 
Avenue, Springfield, 111. 

Hayman, Cornelia, 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. Joseph Marchant Hayman, 
6846 Stenton Avenue, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Haynes, Theodosia, 1919,. . . .Care of Stanford L. Haynes, Esq., 702 Long- 
meadow Street, Longmeadow, Mass. 

Hazelton, Byrd Crimora, 1922, .... Care of George C. Hazelton, Esq., 
142 East Eighteenth Street, New York City. 

Healea, Edith, 1922,. . . Care of Earl B. Healea, Esq., New Philadelphia, O. 

Healea, Monica, 1920, .... Care of Earl B. Healea, Esq., New Philadel- 
phia, O. 

Hearne, Gertrude James, 1919, ... .Care of William W. Hearne, Esq., 
411 Real Estate Trust Company Building, Chestnut and Broad Streets, 
Philadelphia. 

Hering, Dorothea Pauline Theresa, 1919, ... .Care of Rudolph Hering, 
Esq., 40 Lloyd Road, Montclair, N. J. 

Herrick:, Josephine Ursula, 1921,. .. .Care of Frank R. Herrick, Esq., 
912 Society for Savings Building, Cleveland, O. 

Hess, Geraldine, 1920, .... Care of John Jacob Hess, Esq., 224 South 7th 
Street, Council Bluffs, la. 

Hickman, Rebecca McDoel, 1919,. . . .Care of Mrs. W. K. Kenly, 1511 Astor 
Street, Chicago, 111. 

Hill, Helen Dorothy, 1921,. . . .Care of Mrs. Russell D. Hill, Lake Forest, 
111. 

Hoag, Mary Scattergood, 1920 Care of Clarence Gilbert Hoag, Esq,. 

Walnut Lane, Haverford, Pa. 

Hobdy, Elizabeth Belle, 1922, Care of Dr. William C. Hobdy, 1419 

Dominis Street, Honolulu, T. H. 

Hollincshead, Frances Marion, 1921,. . . .Care of E. H. Hollingshead, Esq., 
37 William Street, Bradford, Pa. 

Hollingsworth, Agnes, 1921 Care of Loftus Hollingsworth, Esq., 112 

Ardmore Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Hollis, Clara Elizabeth, 1919 Care of H. L. Hollis, Esq., 1025 Peoples 

Gas Building, Chicago, 111. 

Holmes, Harriet Buchanan, 1920,. . . .Care of John R. Holmes, Esq., 3006 
Vernon Place, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O. 

Holmes, Janet Alexina, 1919 Care of Mrs. S. F. Gardner, 5446 Vernon 

Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Howard, Frances Rebecca, 1921,. .. .Care of Clyde Howard, Esq., 1347 
South 3rd Street, Louisviilf , Ky. 



Present Undergraduate Students 189 

Howard, Octavia Duvall, 1922,. . . .Care of John D. Howard, Esq., 206 West 
Monument Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Howell, Feederica Burckle, 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. John White Howell, 
211 Ballantine Parkway, Newark, N. J. 

Howes, Edith Mary, 1919, . . . .Care of Mrs. Edith M. W. Howes, 4430 Sansom 

Street, Philadelphia. 

Humphrey, Helen Germaine, 1920 Care of Alfred H. Humphrey, Esq., 

Hotel Ansonia, 73rd Street and Broadway, New York City. 

Humphreys, Helen, 1920, .... Care of Henry Humphreys, Esq., 2069 Adel- 
bert Road, Cleveland, O. 

Huntting, Helen Elizabeth, 1919,. . . .Care of Charles E. Huntting, Esq., 
2205 Pleasant Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Hurlock, Elizabeth Bergner, 1919, .... Care of Dr. W. Spry Hurlock, 
1719 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Ireson, Lilley Jane, 1921,. .'. .Care of Charles Lilley Ireson, Esq., 464 Com- 
monwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass. 

James, Helen Miriam, 1921,. .. .Care of Mrs. Lewis A. James, 15 Fifth 
Avenue, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

James, Teresa Donohue, 1920, .... Care of Francis Bacon James, Esq., The 
Highlands, Washington, D. C. 

Janeway, Margaret McAllister, 1919 Care of Mrs. John H. Janeway, 

61 East 75th Street, New York City. 

Jay, Ellen, 1921,. . . .Care of Pierre Jay, Esq., 49 East 64th Street, New York 
City. 

Jay, Nancy, 1922, .... Care of Pierre Jay, Esq., 49 East 64th Street, New 
York City. 

Jenkins, Dorothy DeGroff, 1920, .... Care of E. Wheeler Jenkins, Esq., 
334 Gowen Avenue, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Jennings, Henrietta Cooper, 1922, ... .Care of Irving H. Jennings, Esq., 
104 West Market Street, Danville, Pa. 

Johnson, Helene Vennum, 1919, ... .Care of Otis W. Johnson, Esq., 817 
Main Street, Racine, Wis. 

Johnston, Kathleen Florence, 1921, . . . .Care of The Rev. Robert Johnston, 
3725 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Jones, Frances, 1921,. .. .Care of John Lutphin Jones, Esq., Bryn Du, 
Granville, O. 

Justice, Jean Gilpin, 1920,. . . .Care of Alfred R. Justice, Esq., 114 Grand- 
view Road, Ardmore, Pa. 

Kales, Elizabeth, 1921,. . . .Care of Albert Martin Kales, Esq., 779 Bryant 
Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 

Karns, Helen Coreene, 1919, Care of S. B. Karns, Esq., Benton, Pa. 

Karns, Ruth Louise, 1921 Care of S. B. Karns, Esq., Benton, Pa. 

Kaufmann, Winifred Hope, 1919, ... .Care of Dr. Gustav W. Kaufmann, 
821 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

Keeble, Cornelia, 1920,. . . .Care of John Bell Keeble, Esq, 2114 West End 
Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 

Kellogg, Elizabeth Hosmer, 1921,. . . .Care of Judge John Prescott Kellogg, 
144 Buckingham Street, Waterbury, Conn. 

Kellogg, Lois Walcott, 1920 Care of Major Frederick S. Kellogg, New 

York Mills, N. Y. 

Kelly, Bower, 1921, Care of William J. Kelly, Esq., Haverford, Pa, 



190 Present Undergraduate Students 

Kennard, Margaret Alice, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. Frederic H. Kennard, 
Dudley Road, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Kimbrough, Emily ,1921,. .. .Care of H. C. Kimbrough, Esq., 5019 Black- 
stone Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Kinard, Margaret Catharine, 1920, ... .Care of Dr. J. W. Kinard, 129 
North Duke Street, Lancaster, Pa. 

Kingsbury, Helen Emily, 1920,. . . .Care of Dr. Susan M. Kingsbury, Corner 
of Roberts Road and Montgomery Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Kirkbride, Mabel Story, 1922, Care of Mrs. George M. Tuttle, 103 

East 75th Street, New York City. 

Kirkland, Mary Porter, 1921 Care of Miss Stella Root, 1410 Clay 

Avenue, Houston, Tex. 

Klenke, Dorothy Amelia, 1921,. .. .Care of William Henry Klenke, Esq., 
160 West 59th Street, New York City. 

Kniffen, Florence Elizabeth, 1921, ... .Care of Frederick Kniffen, Esq., 
Holly Oak, Del. 

Krantz, Marguerite Berta Else, 1919,. .. .Care of Hubert J. Krantz, 
Esq., 183 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Krech, Margaret Alwyn, 1922,. . . .Care of Alvin W. Krech, Esq., 17 East 
70th Street, New York City. 

Label, Frances, 1922, .... Care of David W. Label, Esq., 649 South 52nd 
Street, Philadelphia. 

La Boiteaux, Constance, 1922 Care of Mrs. Isaac La Boiteaux, Bryn 

Mawr, Pa. 

Ladd, Margaret Rhoads, 1921 Care of Mrs. William Coffin Ladd, 686 

Old Railroad Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Lafferty, Mabel, 1919, Care of Edwin J. Lafferty, Esq., 4928 North 

Camac Street, Philadelphia. 

Landesman, Helen, 1922 Care of Mrs. Ida Landesman, 1912 East 89th 

Street, Cleveland, O. 

Landon, Adelaide, 1919,. . . .Care of Francis G. Landon, Esq., 60 Broadway, 
New York City. 

Lanier, Elizabeth Day, 1919,. . . .Care of Charles Day Lanier, Esq., Green- 
wich, Conn. 

Lattimer, Eva Jane, 1921,. .. .Care of George W. Lattimer, Esq., Bexley, 
Columbus, O. 

Lauer, Ida Felicia, 1921, Care of Conrad N. Lauer, Esq., 4918 Greene 

Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Lee, Alice, 2nd, 1922, Care of Francis W. Lee, Esq., 408 Hammond 

Street, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Liddell, Vinton, 1922, Care of Mrs. S. W. Battle, Charlotte, N. C. 

Lindsey, Martha Jane, 1920, .... Care of Edward A. Lindsey, Esq., 2423 
West End Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 

Littell, Margaret, 1920, .... Care of Philip Littell, Esq., Windsor, Vt. 

Litzinger, Marie Paula, 1920 Care of Rush C. Litzinger, Esq., Bed- 
ford, Pa. 

Liu, Fung Kei, 1922 Canton Christian College, Canton, China. 

Lubar, Marie Agathe, 1919,. . . .Care of Bellian Lubar, Esq., 608 North 55th 
Street, Philadelphia. 

Lubin, Dorothy Sophie, 1921, Care of Mrs. J. L. Levy, 5745 Beacon 

Street, Pittsburgh, Pa, 



Present Undergraduate Students 191 

Lubin, Grace, 1921,. . . .Care of Mrs. J. L. Levy, 5745 Beacon Street, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Luetkemeyer, Elizabeth Helen, 1920, .... Care of Mrs. Gustav W. Luetke- 
meyer, 1905 East 107th Street, Cleveland, O. 

Lyons, Ellien Agnes, 1921,. .. .Care of Henry S. Lyons, Esq., 71 Park 
Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Macdonald, Enid Schurman, 1919, ... .Care of D. G. Macdonald, Esq., 
Joyce P. O., Vancouver, British Columbia. 

Macdonald, Mary Helen, 1921,. .. .Care of Andrew Macdonald, Esq., 124 
Coulter Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Mackenzie, Marjorie Taylor, 1919, ... .Care of President A. Stanley 
Mackenzie, 14 Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

Macrtjm, Edith, 1919, ... .Care of George S. Macrum, Esq., 927 Hulton 
Road, Oakmont, Pa. 

Maginniss, Irene Emma, 1921,. .. .Care of Thomas Hobbs Maginniss, Esq., 
Highland Park, Llanerch P. O., Pa. 

Mall, Mary Louise, 1920,. . . .Care of Mrs. Franklin P. Mall, 1514 Bolton 
Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Marbury, Silvine von Dorsner, 1921,. . . .Care of William L. Marbury, Esq., 
159 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Marquand, Eleanor, 1919 Care of Professor Allan Marquand, Prince- 
ton, N. J. 

Marshall, Rebecca Snowden, 1921,. . . .Care of R. E. Lee Marshall, Esq., 
9 West Chase Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Martin, Marjorie, 1919, ... .Care of Willard S. Martin, Esq., 10 Chaning 
Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Matteson, Elizabeth, 1921, ... .Care of Archibald C. Matteson, Esq., 50 
Barnes Street, Providence, R. I. 

Matz, Emily Florence, 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. Rudolph Matz, Hubbard 
Woods, 111. 

McBride, Dorothy Elizabeth, 1921,. . . .Care of George A. McBride, Esq., 
21 West Phil-Ellena Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

McClennen, Mary, 1921,. . . .Care of Edward F. McClennen, Esq., 35 Lake- 
view Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 

Mearns, Louise Adela Clark, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. Lillian E. Mearns, 
226 West 70th Street, New York City. 

Mebane, Jessie, 1919,. . . .Care of Dr. D. C. Mebane, 1904 Harrison Street, 
Evanston, 111. 

Melton, Gulielma, 1922, .... Care of William Davis Melton, Esq., 1602 
Pendleton Street, Columbia, S. C, 

Meng, Mabel Anna, 1922 Care of Adolph Meng, Esq., 3767 North 

Gratz Street, Philadelphia. 

Mercer, Ernestine Emma, 1919, ... .Care of Dr. Charles P. Mercer, 2554 
North 8th Street, Philadelphia. 

Mills, Elizabeth, 1921,. .. .Care of Edward McMaster Mills, Esq., 125 
North Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Mills, Elizabeth Hole, 1921, Care of William M. Mills, Esq., 397 

Goundry Street, North Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Moebius, Agnes Jeannette, 1920 Care of Kurt Moebius, Esq., 222 

Grant Avenue, Nutley, N. J. 

Moore, Angela Turner, 1919, ... .Care of Professor John Bassett Moore, 
267 West 73rd Street, New York City. 



192 Present Undergraduate Students 

Moores, Emily Bishop, 1919 Care of Charles W. Moores, Esq,. 1918 

North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Mobeison, Miriam Gladys, 1921, .... Care of Mrs. R. N. Hickman, Mar- 
quette, Mich. 

Morton, Margaret Villiers, 1921,. . . .Care of Dr. Thomas S. K. Morton, 
1342 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. 

Moseley, Marion Renwick, 1919,. . . .Care of Carleton Moseley, Esq., 160 
Prospect Avenue, Highland Park, 111. 

Mottu, Catharine Chandlee, 1921, ... .Care of Theodore Mottu, Esq., 
3400 Elgin Avenue, Walbrook, Baltimore, Md. 

Munford, Mary Safford, 1919 Care of Mrs. Beverley B. Munford, 

503 East Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 

Murlless, Barbara Arden, 1922, .... Care of Dr. Frederic Thomas Murlless, 
Jr., 245 Kenyon Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Murray, Helen Irvin, 1921 Care of Mrs. David Murray, 206 Main 

Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Neel, Raymonde Gertrude Eleonore, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. Walter 
Philip Neel, Glen Avenue, Milburn, N. J. 

Newell, Eleanor King, 1921,. . . .Care of Mrs. Arnold C. Klebs, 490 West 
End Avenue, New York City. 

Nicoll, Alice Mary, 1922 Care of Mrs. Matthias Nicoll, Jr., 124 East 

60th Street, New York City. 

Noble, Mary Anngenette, 1921,. . . .Care of Reuben Noble, Esq., 21 Noble 
Street, Westfield, Mass. 

Norcross, Phoebe Wrenn, 1922, .... Care of Frederic F. Norcross, Esq., 
1500 Astor Street, Chicago, 111. 

O'Brien, Miriam Eliot, 1920, Care of Robert L. O'Brien, Esq., 30 Upland 

Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Oppenheimer, Celia, 1919, ... .Care of Gustav Oppenheimer, Esq., 1773 
Lanier Place, Washington, D. C. 

Orbison, Agnes Morris, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. Wistar Morris, Overbrook, 
Pa. 

Ostroff, Passya Eunia, 1921, Care of Mrs. Nathan Ostroff , 2948 West 

Allegheny Avenue, Philadelphia. 

Outerbridge, Kathleen Louise Morton, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. A. G. 
Outerbridge, Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D. C. 

Palache, Eliza Jeannette, 1922, .... Care of Professor Charles Palache, 
106 Appleton Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Park, Virginia, 1920, Care of Mrs. W. G. Beitzel, 411 North 3rd Street, 

Atchison, Kans. 

Parsons, Helen Troop, 1921, .... Care of Dr. Luther M. Parsons, 917 St. 
Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Parsons, Lois Burnett, 1920, .... Care of Mrs. Gustavus S. Parsons, 665 
East Town Street, Columbus, O. 

Peabody, Jeannette Felicie, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. Charles Peabody, 
197 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Mass. 

Peek, Katherine Mary, 1922, Care of Burton F. Peek, Esq., 822 Eleventh 

Avenue, Moline, 111. 

Pell, Orlie Anna Haggerty, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. H. Haggerty Pell, 
112 East 74th Street, New York City. 

Pershing, 2nd, Elizabeth Helfenstein, 1919 Care of Theodore Pershing, 

Esq., Pineville, Bucks County, Pa. 



Present Undergraduate Students 193 

Peters, Dorothy Alice, 1919,. . . .Care of Earl C. Peters, Esq., Lenox Hotel, 
Columbus, O. 

Peyton, Julia Cooke, 1921, ... .Care of Mrs. Bernard Peyton, Charles 
Town, W. Va. 

Pharo, Elizabeth Wilson, 1922,. . . .Care of Walter W. Pharo, Esq., Haver- 
ford, Pa. 

Pitkin, Doris Ellen, 1920 Care of Dr. Lucius Pitkin, 645 West 160th 

Street, New York City. 

Platt, Marion Louise, 1921 Care of Edward M. Piatt, Esq., Riverside, 111. 

Porritt, Mary Gertrude, 1920, ... .Care of Mrs. Edward Porritt, 63 Tre- 
mont Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Porter, Nancy Foster, 1921,. . . .Care of Mrs. James F. Porter, 1085 Sheridan 
Road, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Prescott, Helen, 1919,. . . .Care of Dr. William Herbert Prescott, 330 Hyde 
Park Avenue, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Preston, Arline Fearon, 1920,. . . .Care of Henry C. Preston, Esq., Fallston, 
Md. 

Ramsay, Mary Morris, 1919 Care of Mrs. William G. Ramsay, Dal- 

housie, Guyencourt, Del. 

Rawson, Marion, 1922 Care of Mrs. Edward Rawson, 3737 Clifton 

Avenue, Cincinnati, O. 

Ray, Roberta Marie, 1919, Care of W. F. Ray, Esq., Allison, la.. 

Reid, Helen, 1919, .... Care of Fergus Reid, Esq., Beechwood Place, 507 
Pembroke Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Reinhardt, Louise, 1921,. .. .Care of David Jones Reinhardt, Esq., 1107 
Franklin Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Reinhardt, Rebecca, 1919, ... .Care of David Jones Reinhardt, Esq., 1107 
Franklin Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Reis, Elizabeth Dithridge, 1921,. .. .Care of Mrs. James Ward Reis, 318 
East Street, New Castle, Pa. 

Remington, Marjorie, 1919,. . . .Care of Harold Remington, Esq., 302 West 
102nd Street, New York City. 

Rhett, Catherine Tyler, 1922 Care of William B. Rhett, Esq., 39 

Hilton Avenue, Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. 

Rhoads, Grace Evans, Jr., 1922, .... Care of William E. Rhoads, Esq., 
Riverton Road, Moorestown, N. J. 

Rhoads, Margaret Whitall, 1919, ... .Care of J. Snowden Rhoads, Esq., 
452 West School Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Riggs, Helena Emma, 1921 Care of Robert Judson Riggs, Esq., 730 

North 40th Street, Philadelphia. 

Riker, Frances, 1921 Care of Chandler White Riker, Esq., 422 Mt. 

Prospect Avenue, Newark, N. J. 

Robbins, Frances Spencer, 1922, .... Care of Henry S. Robbins, Esq., 
1100 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

Robinson, Catherine Palmer, 1920,. . . .Care of Robert E. Robinson, Esq., 
Brookside Drive, Greenwich, Conn. 

Rogers, Dorothy Lois, 1920, .... Care of Mrs. J. C. Yager, 1356 Hyde Park 
Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Rogers, Evelyn, 1922 Care of William S. Rogers, Esq., 449 Park Avenue, 

New York City. 

Rondinella, Edith, 1919 Care of L. F. Rondinella, Esq., 4043 Walnut 

Street, Philadelphia. 



194 Present Undergraduate Students 

Rood, Alice Quan, 1920,. . . .Care of Mrs. James Rood, Jr., 410 Davis Street, 
Evanston, 111. 

Rose, Agnes Milne, 1920, ... .Care of Henry Rose, Esq., 211 Woodside 
Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 

Rubel, Helen Frances, 1921, Care of Wilson M. Powell, Esq., 7 Wall 

Street, New York City. 

Rupebt, Anna Swift, 1922,. .. .Care of Charles G. Rupert, Esq., Sedgely 
Farm, Wilmington, Del. 

Sanfoed, Anna Munson, 1920 Care of the Rev. Edgar L. Sanford, Honey 

Brook, Pa. 

Schubman, Baebaba, 1921, .... Care of President Jacob Gould Schurman, 
41 East Avenue, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Scott, Mabt, 1919, Care of Mrs. William J. Scott, The Tracy, 36th and 

Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. 

Sheabeb, Fatetta Julia, 1922,. . . .Care of George L. Shearer, Esq., 63 East 
66th Street, New York City. 

Sheppaed, Eugenia Benbow, 1921,. .. .Care of James T. Sheppard, Esq., 
683 East Broad Street, Columbus, O. 

Shoemakee, Eleanoe Hooven, 1921,. .. .Care of Morris Hallowell Shoe- 
maker, Esq., 820 De Kalb Street, Norristown, Pa. 

Skinneb, Coenelia Otis, 1922,. . . .Care of Otis Skinner, Esq., Gulph Road, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Sloan, Louise Littig, 1920,. . . .Care of Robert N. Sloan, Esq., Lutherville, 
Md. 

Smith, Dobothy Wondeely, 1920 Care of Mrs. Richard R. Smith, 135 

Madison Avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Smith, Mabel Wiles, 1921,. . . .Care of Rev. Robert Keating Smith, Tekoa 
Terrace, Westfield, Mass. 

Smith, Pbue Dueant, 1922, .... Care of George William Smith, Esq., 401 
Grand Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Snavelt, Alice Mieiam, 1919,. . . .Care of Mrs. Mary Snavely, 5033 Locust 
Street, Philadelphia. 

Sobchan, Louisa Beateice, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. Victor Sorchan, 267 
Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Southall, Maby Kathabine, 1921, ... .Care of Charles M. Southall, Esq., 
209 East Tuscaloosa Street, Florence, Ala. 

Spalding, Helen Elizabeth, 1919 Care of Hinton E. Spalding, Esq. , 

117 Boston Boulevard, Detroit, Mich. 

Speeb, Mabgabet Bailey, 1922 Care of Robert Elliott Speer, Esq., 

Englewood, N. J. 

Spinelli, Beateice Nobah, 1921, Care of Benjamin Spinelli, Esq., 710 

South 55th Street, Philadelphia. 

Spueney, Jean, 1921 Care of Dr. A. F. Spurney, 1843 Farmington Road, 

East Cleveland, 0. 

Stambaugh, Mabgabet Henby, 1921 Care of Harry F. Stambaugh, Esq., 

2208 North 2nd Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Stevens, Edith, 1920, Care of C. Brooks Stevens, Esq., R. F. D. 1, Lowell, 

Mass. 

Stevens, Haeeiet Lyman, 1922, Care of C. Brooks Stevens, Esq., 

R. F. D. 1, Lowell, Mass. 

Stevenson, Emily Doeothy, 1922 Care of John C. Stevenson, Esq,, 

2236 South Hicks Street, Philadelphia. 



Present Undergraduate Students 195 

Stewart, Catherine, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. Frank Toland Stewart, 849 
East Broad Street, Columbus, O. 

Stewart, Winifred Bayard, 1922 Care of Frank Bayard Stewart, Esq., 

333 Hansbury Street, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Stiles, Annette, 1919,. . . .Care of Walter F. Stiles, Esq., 22 Prospect Street, 
Fitchburg, Mass. 

Stiles, Katherine, 1922 Care of Walter F. Stiles, Esq., 22 Prospect 

Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Stillwell, Caro Owens, 1922,. . . .Care of Mrs. Caro Stillwell, County Line 
Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Stone, Helen Harriette McCalmont, 1921,. .. .Care of Dr. William A. 
Stone, 1102 West Main Street, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Tappan, Helen, 1919, . . . .Care of William Tappan, Esq., 1419 Bolton Street, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Taussig, Catharine Crombie, 1919, ... .Care of Professor Frank William 
Taussig, 1714 N St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Taylor, Ann Richards, 1921,. .. .Care of Mrs. Richards Taylor, 121 East 
76th Street, New York City. 

Taylor, Elizabeth Prewitt, 1921 Care of Mrs. Charles Minor Taylor, 

605 West 3rd Street, Little Rock, Ark. 

Taylor, Margaret Wood, 1921,. . . .Care of Charles S. Taylor, Esq., Haver- 
ford, Pa. 

Taylor, Sarah Cole, 1919, .... Care of Dr. Isaac M. Taylor, Morganton, N. C. 

Thomas, Katharine Cooper, 1920, ... .Care of David H. Thomas, Esq., 
East Broad Street and Drexel Avenue, Columbus, O. 

Thompson, Maria Lloyd, 1921,. .. .Care of Mrs. Stuart N. Hutchison, 700 
Westover Avenue, Norfolk, Va. 

Thorndike, Anna, 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. Paul Thorndike, 22 Marlborough 
Street, Boston, Mass. 

Thurlow, Sylva, 1922, Care of William H. Thurlow, Esq., 5355 Webster 

Street, Philadelphia. 

Thurman, Mary Lee, 1919, ... .Care of A. L. Thurman, Esq., 2219 Cali- 
fornia Street, Washington, D. C. 

Titcomb, Elizabeth, 1922, .... Care of John W. Titcomb, Esq., 379 Quail 
Street, Albany, N. Y. 

Townsend, Katharine Wendell, 1920, ... .Care of Mrs. Edward B. Town- 
send, 535 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Train, Margaret Adams, 1920, .... Care of Arthur Train, Esq., 113 East 
73rd Street, New York City. 

Trotter, Grace, 1921,. .. .Care of Mrs. John McLane Trotter, Lookout 
Mount, Tenn. 

Tucker, Martha Elizabeth Randolph, 1922, .... Care of Fitz-Henry Faye 
Tucker, Esq., 319 West 92nd Street, New York City. 

Tyler, Katharine Douglas, 1919, Care of Mrs. J. H. Tyler, 2018 Brook- 
field Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Tyler, Margaret, 1922, Care of the Rev. Corydon C. Tyler, 207 East 

Graver's Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Tyler, Mary Ethelyn, 1919 Care of the Rev. Corydon C. Tyler, 207 

East Graver's Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

Uchida, Fumi, 1920, Care of Mrs. Harold Peirce, Haverford, Pa. 

von Hofsten, Frances Louise, 1920, .... Care of Hugo Olaf von Hofsten, 
Esq., 773 Prospect Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 



196 Present Undergraduate Students 

Voorhees, Mildred Alice, 1922 Care of Charles H. Voorhees, Esq., 

67 East 80th Street, New York City. 

Walker, Katharine, 1921,. .. .Care of Joseph Walker, Esq., 108 Upland 
Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Walter, Dorothy, 1921 Care of Clarence R. Walter, Esq., Menlo Park, 

Cal. 

Walton, Dorothea Wetherill, 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. Ernest F. Walton, 
Hartsdale, N. Y. 

Warburg, Bettina, 1921 Care of Paul M. Warburg, Esq., Fontenay, 

Hartsdale, N. Y. 

Ward, Katharine Louise, 1921,. . . .Care of Henry Heber Ward, Esq., 2135 
Wyoming Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

Ward, Laura Lyon, 1921 Care of Mrs. Philip Raymond Ward, 110 

Montgomery Avenue, Ardmore, Pa. 

Warder, Anna June, 1922, .... Care of Mrs. Charles Barclay Warder 
42 Carpenter Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

Warner, Amelia, 1919,. . . .Care of Carl E. Warner, Esq., North Randall, O. 

Warren, Marjorie, 1921, Care of Fiske Warren, Esq., Harvard, Mass. 

Washburn, Sidney, 1921 Care of John Washburn, Esq., 2218 First 

Avenue, South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Weaver, Betty M., 1920, . . . .Care of Mrs. A. Bowman Weaver, Clearfield, Pa. 

Wells, Dorothy Jane, 1922,. . . .Care of Wilham S. Wells, Esq., 680 Ostrom 
Street, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

West Elinor, 1921, Care of W. Nelson L. West, Esq., Wynnewood, Pa. 

Weston, Aileen, 1921,. . . .Care of Miss Caroline Choate, Pleasantville, N. Y. 

Wheeler, Ruth Wadsworth, 1919, ... .Care of Professor Arthur Leslie 
Wheeler, 221 Roberts Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Whittier, Alice Augusta Skolfield, 1921 Care of Dr. Frank N. Whittier, 

161 Maine Street, Brunswick, Me. 

Whittier, Isabel Mary Skolfield, 1920, .... Care of Dr. Frank N. Whittier, 
161 Maine Street, Brunswick, Me. 

Wiesman, Margaret Isobel, 1921,. . . .Care 'of Anton William Wiesman, Esq., 
16 Prescott Street, Clinton, Mass. 

Willcox, Marie Farnsworth, 1922, .... Care of Orlando B. Willcox, Esq., 
Forest Road, Englewood, N. J. 

Williams, Elizabeth, 1920,. . . .Care of Nathan Wilbur Williams, Esq., 1201 
Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. 

Williams, Elizabeth 1922 Care of Benjamin F. Williams, 281 East 

Northampton Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Williams, Thelma Gillette, 1921 Care of Allan B. Williams, Esq., 

Olean, N. Y. 

Wilson, Louise, 1921, . . . .Care of Lee Roy Wilson, Esq., 725 Belmont Avenue, 
Montreal, P. Q., Canada. 

Wood, Louise Holabird, 1919, ... .Care of Mrs. Ira C. Wood, 1154 West 
Pine Street, Winnetka, 111. 

Woodbury, Eliza Gordon, 1919, .... Care of Mrs. Gordon Woodbury, 
R. F. D. 7, Manchester, N. H. 

Woodruff, Alice Hutchinson, 1922 Care of C. S. Woodruff, Esq., 

800 Electric Street, Scranton, Pa. 

Woodruff, Ruth Jackson, 1919, .... Care of C. S. Woodruff, Esq., 800 
Electric Street, Scranton, Pa. 



Present Undergraduate Students 197 

Woodward, Katharine Fox, 1921,. .. .Care of Rufus Stanley Woodward, 
Esq., 20 Chestnut Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Worcester, Winifred Kihkham, 1925, . . . .Care of Wilfred J. Worcester, Esq., 
137 East 37th Street, New York City. 

Wright, Jean Gray, 1919 Care of Professor Walter L. Wright, Lincoln 

University, Pa. 

Wright, Julia Cable, 1922,. . . .Care of Dr. George H. Wright, New Milford, 
Conn. 

Wurlitzer, Valeska Helen, 1922, ... Care of Howard Wurlitzer, Esq., 
1933 Madison Road, Cincinnati, O. 

Wyckoff, Dorothy, 1921,. .. .Care of The Rev. Herbert James Wyckoff, 
831 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Wyckoff, Lillian, 1922, .... Care of The Rev. Herbert James Wyckoff, 
831 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Yeatman, Jane Bell, 1922,. . . .Care of Pope Yeatman, Esq., 1640 Connecticut 
Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

Zilker, Birdie Boleyn, 1920,. . . .Care of Mrs. Charles A. Zilker, 519 West 
Ashby Place, San Antonio, Tex. 

Zinsser, Helene Marie Mohr, 1920 Care of Mrs. H. M. Zinsser, 

Stonington, Conn. 



198 



Geographical Distribution 



Geographical Distribution of Alumna? and Former Students. 



ALABAMA. 

Anniston. 

Streett, K. M. 

Williams, E. 
Birmingham. 

Allen, R. L. 

Gibson, L. I. 

London, M. P. 
Fairhope. 

Reynolds, M. B. 
Montgomery. 

Black, M. P. 

Marks, E. S. 

ALASKA. 

Fairbanks. 

Horine, A. M. 
Latouche. 

Pickel, A. J. 

ARIZONA. 

Bisbee. 

Tongate, H. F. 

Phoenix. 

Houghton, T. G. 

Tuscon. 
Cameron, M. W. 
Ropes, M. 

Yuma. 

Darlington, S. W. 

ARKANSAS. 

Hot Springs. 

Wood, M. 
Little Rock. 

Powell, L. A. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Berkeley. 

Allen, M. W. 

Bamhisel, C. G. 

Bemheim, H. 

Burns, M. C. 

Frisbie, E. 

Garretson, A. E. 

Harbach, M. A. 

Mason, G. H. 

Peck, E. R. 

Pratt, A. S. 

Preble, J. L. 

Roberts, E. E. 

Robinson, E. A. 

Sloane, C. S. 

Stearns, S. B. 

Zabriskie, K. Z. 
Carmel. 

Fink, H. 

Carpenteria. 

Driver, R. 
Chula Vista. 

Richards, C. R. 
Corona. 

Williams, A. A. 
Coronado. 

Sherman, A. H. 
Earlimart. 

Naylor, E. R. 



Fresno. 

Rabourn, S. B. F. 

Glendora. 

Kennard, H. R. 

Hemet. 

Wilson, M. A. 

Hollywood. 
Tudor, M. 

Loma Linda. 

Southworth, E. A. 

Long Beach. 
Akers, D. C. 
Akers, R, F. 
Wheeler, E. F. 

Los Angeles. 
Allison, E. M. 
Burnell, E. F. 
Caldwell, E. P. 
Downer, A. P. 
Goodale, C. W. 
Fernald, G. M. 
Harrison, M. A. 
Hellings, E. L. 
Holliday, L. S. 
Johnson, E. 
Lawther, M. R. 
Marble, E. D. 
Mitchell, E. Y. 
Scheurer, C. M. 
Vallely, E. 
Vennum, M. D. 
Vickers, F. C. 
Wilson, H. A. 

Merced. 

Underhill, M. R. 

Mills College. 
Fyfe, F. M. 
Traver, H. 
Throop, S. E. 

Monrovia. 
Merry, F. E. 

Oakland. 

Montenegro, C. 

Ocean Park. 
Walker, A. M. 

Pacific Grove. 
Gardner, E. D. 
Piatt, J. B. 

Palo Alto. 
Allen, E. B. 
True, H. E. 

Pasadena. 
Betz, M. 
Culin, M. B. 
Forman, A. E. 
Lewis, A. G. 
Lewis, M. H. 
McNaughton, C. R. 
Nelden, M. L. 
Norton, M. H. 
Richardson, E. L. 
Vail, A. 
Williams. K. E. 

Piedmirt. 
Am ss, M. 
Tinker, E. H. 



Redlands. 

Burrell, E. L. 
Lehman, L. P. 

Redondo Beach. 
Johnson, E. 

Riverside. 
Swift, N. 
Tostenson, H. 

Ross. 

Babcock, R. 

Sacramento. 

Glide, M. L. 

Keeney, H. 

Rible, B. 
San Diego. 

Cook, R. H. 
San Francisco. 

Bradford, H. 

Brandenstein, E. 

Chase, L. E. 

Coughlin, M. F. 

James, M. M. 

Perkins, E. M. 

Sussman, Alice. 

Sussman, Amy. 

Watkins, E. M. 

Wiener, E. 

San Josi. 

Bowman, E. A. 

Losse, V. B. 

Montgomery, A. 

Shelley, H. H. 
San Rafael. 

Byrne, L. L. 
Santa Ana. 

Bartholomew, M. E. 

Santa Barbara. 

Soule, J. B. 
Santa Monica. 

Evans, M. J. 
Sausalito. 

CampbeU, C. S. 
Torrance. 

Bunnell, C. T. 
Visalia. 

Rabourn, S. M. W. 
Whittier. 

Harrison, S. R. 

Howard, H. A. 

Hutchinson, M. 

Lewis, S. E. 

COLORADO. 

Boulder. 

Cowgill, M. 

Colorado Springs. 

Hamilton, A. G. 

Theobald, A. 

Washburn, E. P. 
Denver. 

Besly, V. 

Boyd, L. P. 

Calderhead, I. G. 

Denison, C. 

Hardin, V. 

Hawkins, M. 

LeFevre, E. F. 



Geographical Distribution 



199 



Newlin, F. A. 
Patterson, M. M. 
Taggart, I. L. 

Fort Collins. 

Nebeker, E. 
Las Animas. 

Klett, E. M. 
Leadville. 

Vaille, H. W. 
Limon. 

Riggs, I. L. 

Oak Creek. 

Beardshear, H. L. 

Paonia. 
Deems, E. 

Walden. 
Taber, M. H. 

Woodland Park. 
Schoff. L. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Bridgeport. 
Buchanan, E. 
Hills, E. A. 
Warren, L. B. 

Bristol. 

Brownell, H. M. 

Derby. 

Ailing, C. E. 

Greenwich. 

Augur, M. A. 

Branham, G. B. 

Claflin, E. F. 

Egan, M. M. 

Emery, S. L. 

Harlan, M. M. 

Hewitt, J. G. 

Hopkins, N. L. 

Hosford, E. S. 

Howell, C. T. 

Kellogg, F. M. 

McLane, H. E. 

Mort, D. B. 

Phillips, A. T. 

Rand, E. C. 

Sealy, E. 

Stearns, A. A. 
Hartford. 

Doolittle, M. 

Houghton, K. M. 

Jones, H. P. 

Little, L. M. 

Manchester, R. C. 

Mattson, R. T. 
Madison. 

Wilcox, C. H. G. 

Meriden. 

Nagel, C. L. 
Middlebury. 

Clark, L. 

Middletown. 

Ware, C. C. 
New Canaan. 

Greely, A. 

Thayer, D. 

New Haven. 
Albee, M. H. 
Andrews, E. 
Baird, A. R. 
Canada, M. A. 
Corwin, M. T. 
Dewell, J. K. 



Grice, E. M. 
Hating, H. G. 
Heermance, L. W. 
Jaynes, A. D. 
Jenkins, M. B. 
Lyon, J. A. 
Morris, Margaret. 
Palmer, M. 
Ross, H. K. 
Thacher, H. F. 
Thompson, A. M. 
Withington, M. C. 

New London. 

Barnicle, M. E. 

Lee, H. 

Marsh, C. A. 

McKee, M. C. 

Rhys, M. 
Norwalk. 

Baker, V. 

Hubbard, F. J. 

Lewis, M. 

Goldman, B. 

Norwich. 

Marshall, H. 
Putnam. 

Danielson, R. 
Ridgefield. 

Blackwell, M. B. G. 
Sandy Hook. 

Tibbals, K. W. 
Short Beach. . 

Hammond, A. B. 
Simsbury . 

Walker, E. 

Walker, E. H. 

South Manchester. 

Cheney, M. 
Stamford. 

Reynolds, G. P. 

Shipley, M. B. 

White, M. E. 

Stratford. 
Taber, I. 

Thompson. 

Mathewson, F. T. 
Torrington. 

Chamberlain, E. M. 

Wallingford. 
Peck, M. W. 
Seymour, C. H. 

Washington. 

Brayton, H. I. 

Hull, D. P. 
Waterbury. 

Bancroft, L. H. 

Chase, L. H. 

Foster, I. 

West Haven. 

Baldwin, S. A. 

Moody, M. G. 
Wethersfield. 

Robbins, A. C. 

Windsor. 
Belding, J. 

Winsted. 

Humphrey, A. 

DELAWARE. 

Lewes, pm b^ 
Dodd, H. M. 



Marshallton. 
Rupert, M. S. 
Swift, A. V. 

Milford. 

Yardley, A. H. 

Wilmington. 
Bush, E. D. 
Chambers, E. 
Dover, M. V. 
Dure, A. 
James, L. 
Lamberton, M. 
Mendenhall, C. C. 
Packard, E. 
Shearman, M. H. 
Swift, F. D. 
Vernon, E. 
Weldin, G. T. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Takoma Park. 
Barber, F. S. 
Wood, M. 
Woodelton, G. A. 

Washington. 
Allen, J. 

Ambrister, M. A. 
Ayer, M. H. 
Baker, M. W. 
Baldwin, E. G. 
Barney, S. 
Barrette, K. B. 
Bibb, G. B. 
Blaine, M. G. 
Bliss, E. F. 
Boggs, A. U. M. 
Bradley, F. S. 
Branson, K. F. 
Bready, M. 
Browne, M. W. 
Buxton, A. N. 
Byrnes, A. M. H. 
Campbell, G. H. 
Carroll, J. E. 
Champlin, E. S. 
Chase, E. B. 
Chase, J. A. 
Childs, M. 
Coyle. S. E. 
Creighton, C. 
Diamond, I. S. 
Dowd, C. E. 
Edison, M. 
Everett, H. 
Falk, Z. S. 
Fendall, M. G. 
Fisk, E. L. 
Fleisher, M. W. 
Forster, E. 
Forster, S. K. 
Foster, V. B. 
Free, M. L. 
Friend, M. A. 
Funkhouser, E. L. 
Garfield, L. 
George, M. R. E. 
Hall, C. S. 
Hall, E. R. 
Harding, C. G. 
Hill, E. H. 
Holcombe, E. 
Holden, C. 
Hughes, M. D. 
Hunter, M. J. 
Jackson, H. H. 
Jelliffe, S. C. 



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Geographical Distribution 



Kitson, M. V. 
Leupp, C. D. 
Lombardi, L. 
MacVeagh, M. C. 
Matlock, L. 
McBride, J. C. 
Middaugh, F. K. 
Milligan, L. 
Nash, C. R. 
Ogden, E. L. 
Prewitt, M. R. E. 
Rhoads, M. 
Riggs, H. S. 
Robins, F. E. 
Rochester, A. 
Rock, A. C. 
Roelker, M. M. 
Ross, E. 
Ross, H. 
Rotan, A. S. 
Rupli, T. R. 
Sanders, E. M. 
Scott, M. S. 
Scriven, K. 
Smith, H. W. 
Snodgrass, K. 
Spray, R. G. 
Stanton, M. B. 
Stevens, H. L. 
Strong, M. U. 
Sykes, E. E. 
Tanner, R. F. 
Tappan, E. 
Thompson, C. R. 
Tressel, G. H. 
Vauclain, M. 
Wallace, E. W. 
Wallerstein, R. C. 
Walter, M. F. 
Wardwell, F. 
WUdman, A. S. 
Wines, E. S. 
Wolf, M. V. 
Ziegler, H. F. 

FLORIDA. 

Jacksonville. 

Beardwood, A. 

Carter, J. E. 

Rhoads, R. G. 
Marco. 

Johnson, M. A. 

Miami. 

Bishop, M. R. 

Pensacola. 

McMillan, G. 

McMillan, M. 
Zellwood. 

Baker, P. 

GEORGIA. 

Athens. 

Hollingsworth, L. W. 

Atlanta. 

Daughtrey, G. 

Augusta. 
Deming, C. 
Woodruff, C. L. 

A ralon. 

Shadburn, L. 

Decatur. 

Davis, J. S. 
Reichenbach, L. V. 



Macon. 
Wood, F. 

Rome. 

Thompson, E. F. 

Thomasvitte. 
Hopkins, E. F. 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Fort Shafer. 
Klauder, J. C. 

Honolulu. 

Bean, C. E. 

Schaefer, E. F. 

Swanzy, N. M. 
Wailuku. 

Sinclair, A. 
Wahiawa. 

Eames, E. 

IDAHO. 

Boise. 

Pinney, M. 
Caldwell. 

Fillius, E. S. 

Eden. 

Wangerien, S. S. 

Lewiston. 

Vollmer, G. 
Nampa. 

McCarroll, H. E. 
Pocatello. 

Eddy, H. M. 

ILLINOIS. 

Aurora. 

Kelley, A. M. 
Belleville. 

Marshall, R. 

Carlinville. 
Boysen, M. J. 

Champaign. 

Goodman, B. F. 

McCreery, V. 

Rolfe, M. D. 
Chester. 

Cole, B. E. 

Chicago. 

Allport, C. E. 
Allport, H. H. 
Atherton, L. P. 
Bass, S. 
Brandeis, S. 
Brown, H. D. 
Brown, M. W. 
Casselberry, C. 
Chase, D. 
Chase, M. A. 
Chisholm, M. E. 
Coulter, A. B. 
Coulter, H. B. 
Davie, G. E. 
Delano, L. 
Deneen, D. 
Douglas, G. 
Dudley, D. 
Dudley, K. 
Eddy, O. G. 
Edwards, P. C. H. 
Elfreth, A. E. 
Foulke, C. R. 
Foulke, M. T. R. 
Fowler, E. 



Freer, E. 
Gannon, K. H. 
Gerstenberg, A. 
Goodrich, E. 
Greeley, E. E. 
Gross, E. 
Hayes, B. M. 
Head, M. L. 
Henkle, A. B. 
Henry, M. E. 
Hinde, H. H. 
Hinde.S. F. 
Hobson, M. B. 
Houghteling, H. P. 
Hulburd, E. 
Landsberg, C. 
Langellier, A. F. 
Lewis, M. H. 
Mason, R. F. 
Meigs, G. L. 
North, D. 
O'Connor, E. 
Otis, L. 
Packard, D. 
Pauling, M. J. 
Peacock, M. L. 
Posse, C. F. 
Putnam, M. 
Railsback, M. B. 
Ream, M. B. 
Riddle, M. A. 
Ridlon, J. 
Roche, H. M. 
Rosenfeld, G. E. 
Schaffner, M. 
Scribner, M. E. 
Shaw, E. W. 
Skinner, M. E. 
Smith, D. I. 
Smith, S. R. M. 
Staples, H. R. 
Stephens, L. B. 
Stevens, A. C. 
Stewart, C. T. 
Stirling, J. W. 
Sudler, M. V. 
Vincent, I. D. 
Wagner, L. D. 
Waldron, H. S. 
Walker, A. M. 
Walker, H. E. 
Walker, H. W. 
Winchester, E. L. 
Wolf, E. P. 
Wooldridge, G. L. P. 
Wyatt, E. F. 
Ziesing, G. L. 

Decatur. 

Bering; M. I. 
Roberts, R. 
Schram, H. S. 
Willcox, M. 

Evanston. 

Brown, M. H. 
Burnley, M. C. 
Coale, H. C. 
Congdon, D. I. 
Congdon, G. 
Congdon, L. 
Daniels, C. S. 
Engelhard, M. J. 
Fabian, E. S. 
Fabian, M. 
Fabian, M. H. 
Furnas, E. 
Haskell, M. K. 
Holliday, E. M. 



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Kearney, J. S. 
Llewellyn, E. M. 
Llewellyn, G. 
Scudder, M. G. 
Spry, G. 
Stout, K. H. 
Sumner, L. M. 
Van Schaack, A. L. 
White, A. L. 

Galesburg. 
Moore, L. H. 

Gilman. 

Stevenson, D. 

Highland Park. 
McCauley, K. L. 
Ullmann, M. 

Hinsdale. 

Barton, K. S. 

Hubbard Woods. 
Fairbank, N. 
Furness, R. W. 
Mcllvaine, R. L. 
Porter, F. 

Jacksonville. 

Raetzmann, H. M. 

Kenilworth. 

Churchill, M. G. 

Rockwell, C. L. 
La Grange. 

Goodell, E. 
Lake Bluff. 

Gribi, M. 

Lake Forest. 

Granger, E. S. 

Lyon, E. T. 

Mark, L. M. 

Russell, E. C. 

Thompson, J. 

Thompson, M. 

Tremain, E. R. 
La Salle. 

McCormack, J. H. 
Maywood. 

Brown, J. S. 

Mechanicsburg. 
Himes, A. M. 

Naperville. 

MacDonald, J. M. 

Normal. 
Sheldon, E. 

Oak Park. 
Hurd, E. C. 
Bryant, M. E. 
Ormsby, M. 
Sheldon, M. 

Princeton. 

Greenwood, C. D. 

River Forest. 
Waller, M. K. 

Riverside. 
Tritipoe, V. 

Rockford. 

Bramhall, E. C. 

Springfield. 
Brown, C. S. 
Lit, J. E. 

St. Charles. 
Meigs, A. M. 



Urbana. 
Colgan, A. E. 
Gates, F. C. 
Kingsley, M. W. 
Leffingwell, A. G. 
Perry, L. 
Prentiss, M. L. 

Waukegan. 
Patten, A. 

Winnetka. 
Chase, C. 
Coffin, D. 
Copeland, M. B. 
Dunham, A. M. 
Elmer, E. N. 
Follansbee, E. D. 
Ford, L. O. 
Herrick, C. M. 
Houghteling, L. 
Lynde, I. A. 
Nash, M. C. 
Smyth, A. G. 
Tenney, E. L. 

INDIANA. 

Bloomington. 

Mendenhall, A. A. 
Philputt, G. M. 

Evansville. 
Agg, R. 

Fort Wayne. 
Porter, C. P. 
Porter, E. L. 
Porter, L. A. 

Indianapolis. 
Adams, E. R. 
Atkins, S. F. 
Davis, E. 
Furnas, M. M. 
Haines, J. L. 
Hench, E. C. 
Henley, F. R. 
Holliday, E. C. 
Holliday, M. E. 
Holloway, E. G. 
Landers, J. E. 
Lawther, E. T. 
Malott, D. P. 
Malott, E. L. 
McCulloch, A. 
Nichols, E. 
Quimby, H. A. 
Sanborn, A. G. 
Seely, B. W. 

Irvington, 
Hill. S. D. 

Kendalsville. 

Sumption, E. M. 

Lafayette. 

Greene, I. A. 
Liberty. 

Thurston, B. S. 
Linton. 

Haseman, M. G. 
Mishawaka. 

Eddingfield, J. C. 

Mooresville. 
Landers, P. E. 

Muncie. 

Goddard, A. 
New Castle. 

Hedges, 0. 

Saint, P. 



Richmond. 

Edwards, S. V. 
Jay, A. E. 
Kaminski, O. M. 
Long, F. 
Riggs, C. L. 
Unthank, R. A. 

Shelbyville. 
Wray, E. A. 

Sway zee. 
Wray, E. S. 

Terre Haute. 
James, C. A. 

IOWA. 

Ackworth. 
Smith, E. E. 

Cedar Falls. 

Lambert, L. V. 
Cedar Rapids. 

Beechley, L. J. 

Sinclair, A. M. 

Sinclair, F. S. 

Chariton. 

Bruff, A. M. 
Murray, M. 

Des Moines. 

Gabriel, G. E. 

Haines, M. 

Meredith, S. L. 

Shloss, I. B. 
Dubuque. 

Bissell, M. 

Lawther, A. B. 

Richards, T. L. 
Grinnell. 

Evers, H. M. 

Hedrick. 

Cowan, M. J. 

Iowa City. 

Dyer, M. 

Hart, A. B. G. 
Iowa Falls. 

Pyle, M. W. 
Keokuk. 

Matless, A. 

Meigs, C. L. 
Marshalltown. 

Haskell, C. F. 
Modale. 

Steddom, L. J. 
Onawa. 

Clark, F. W. 
Oskaloosa. 

Burnside, M. H. 

Coleman, J. H. 

Edwards, S. V. 

Johnson, A. P. 

Lewis, R. E. 
Ottumwa. 

Bousquet, A. C. D. 

Sioux City. 
Hood, I. M. 

Union. 
Marshall, M. 

KANSAS. 

Girard. 

Haldeman, A. M. 
Kansas City. 

Warkentin, E. W. 



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Geographical Distribution 



Lane. 

Cowan, M. K. 

Lawrence. 

Bills, M. A. 

Brook, E. C. 

Emery, A. 

Grimes, E. 

Hyde, I. H. 

Nowlin, N. 

Steward, H. R. 

Wardell, B. L. 
Manhattan. 

Syford, C. M. 

Oswego. 

Deming, J. 

Robertson. 

Lukert, C. 
Salina. 

Hailey, E. L. 

Topeka. 
Bauer, R. E. 
Hopkins, E. P. 
Pelletier, H. 
Sweet, A. B. 
Winston, M. F. 

Wichita. 

Brooks, H. J. 
Magee, H. 
Strong, M. 

KENTUCKY. 

Anchorage. 

Montenegro, S. 

Glenview. 

Hickman, M. L. 

Hindman. 

Parker, E. H. 

Hopkinsville. 

Thompson, C. B. 

Jackson. 

Pomeroy, D. 

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. 

Brandeis, A. 

Brown, M. W. 

Duke, J. B. 

Flexner, H. 

Kellen, G. 

McDonald, C. 

Staadeker, J. M. 
Prospect. 

French, A. G. 

LOUISIANA. 

Monroe. 

Layton, M. H. 

New Orleans. 
Jones, E. P. 
Meyer, E. 

Shreneport. 
Railsback, M. 



MAINE. 

Bangor. 

PfaS, E. C. 
Shute, H. W. 

Brunswick. 

McKeen, E. F. 

Camden. 

Wheeler, A. M. 

Cape Elizabeth. 
Winslow, P. C. 

Cliff Island. 
McKeen, A. L. 

East Lowell. 
Rogerson, J. L. 

North Berwick. 

Rushmore, F. 
Orono. 

Griscom, E. L. 

Portland. 
Allen, R. N. 
Clifford, K. L. 
Locke, G. P. 
Pearson, B. 
Russell, M. 
Thurston, M. G. 

Westbrook. 
Hacker, E. L. 

MARYLAND. 

Baltimore. 

Arthurs, M. M. 
Bonsai, F. L. 
Boyer, F. E. 
Branham, J. C. 
Brevitt, J. 
Browne, J. N. 
Browne, M. N. 
Buracker, F. C. 
Carey, J. C. 
Carey, L. 
Cary, M. S. 
Chambers, A. 
Chambers, M. F. , 
Collitz, K. H. 
Donaldson, E. 
Dunham, E. C. 
Emerson, E. 
Evans, H. C. 
Foulke, G. 
Fowler, L. 
Frehafer, M. K. 
Gail, N. 
Hamill, N. M. 
Hamilton, E. 
Hamilton, M. 
Harlan, M. L. 
Harlan, R. M. 
Hopkins, H. R. 
Howard, J. M. 
Howard, M. C. 
Howell, J. T. 
Hoyt, F. S. 
Hoyt, M. E. 
Hull, K. D. 
Irvin, H. W. 
Jencks, E. M. 
Johnson, H. M. 
Johnston, A. R. O. 
Jones, M. S. 
Kelly, E. W. 
Kelly, O. E. B. 
Kilpatrick, E. P. 
Kilpatrick, M. G. 
Kneeland, V. 



Lamb, L. E. 
Lange, L. B. 
Latimer, C. W. 
Law, S. P. 
Levering, E. 
Lord, E. L. 
Mall, M. 
Mayer, J. I. 
Moore, D. M. 
Morison, M. B. 
Mory, R. B. 
Murray, C. H. 
Parker, A. B. 
Piatt, A. E. 
Preston, M. J. 
Pritchett, I. W. 
Putnam, May. 
Richards, A. E. 
Richter, I. M. 
Scott, H. T. 
Scudder, A. T. 
Seth, F. B. 
Sherbert, H. 
Sippel, D. 
Stirling, M. Y. 
Stocking, R. J. 
Stokes, B. D. 
Sturdevant, W. 
Szold, B. 
Tappan, J. B. 
Tennent, G. R. 
Thayer, E. 
Thomas, M. C. 
Tinges, A. 
Tongue, M. V. A. 
Tostenson, H. 
Tredway, H. 
Tull, L. 
Tyler, E. J. 
Tyler, S. B. 
Webb, C. 
Williams, M. S. 
Willis, G. B. 
Worley, M. C. 
Bel Air. 

Harlan, M. M. 

Catonsville. 
Kerr, A. H. 
Lurman, K. 
Randall, E. B. 
Smith, A. P. 

Chesterfield. 
Biglow, E. 

Chevy Chase. 

Holstein, E. B. 

Marshall, L. C. 
Cumberland. 

Green, A. B. 

Henderson, L. 

Curtis Bay. 
Davis, L. 

Forest Glen. 
Sewall, H. R. 

Frederick. 

Stoner, M. E. 
Frostburg. 

Balderston, E. G. 

Garrison. 

Steele, G. W. 

Govans. 

Kimball, C. S. 
Myers, M. C. 

Lake Roland. 
Jones, M. A. 



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Port Deposit. 
Steel, M. A. 

Roland Park. 
Houghton, E. 
Kirk, E. B. 
McCay, M. B. 
McNeill, V. Y. 
Reed, M. A. 
Stevens, C. J. 
Streeter, J. 

Ruxton. 
Coates, E. 
Levering, M. 
Wade, G. B. 

Stevenson. 
Lee, E. McL. 

Sudlersville. 

George, M. M. 
Timonium. 

Crane, C. I. 

Crane, H. B. 
Towson. 

Offutt, N. J. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Amesbury. 
Jones, H. E. 

Andover. 

Chickering, R. M. 

Ashburnham. 
Nutting, P. C. 

Auburndale. 

Maeomber, M. S. 

Belmont. 

Dodge, E. 
Beverly. 

Mudge, M. C. 
Boston. 

Adams, E. 

Blake, D. T. 

Brandeis, J. 

Brown, J. M. 

Butler, C. W. 

Chapin, H. B. 

Choate, A. 

Clark, A. N. 

Clarke, E. 

Coolidge, M. L. 

Crocker, C. B. 

Delano, C. L. 

Denis, W. 

Eliot, M. M. 

Fiske, C. H. 

Fry, A. D. 

Gardner, M. 

Gayler, R. H. 

Geddes, H. C. 

Gould, A. B. 

Gordon, G. R. 

Greene, A. B. 

Grossmann, B. M. 

Higginson, E. B. 

Hodge, H. H. 

Huse, E. B. 

Hutchine, G. 

Jones, E. H. 

Kellen, C. 

Knight, E. T. 

Little, E. L. 

Lord, K. 

MacClanahan, A. E. C. 

Magruder, R. 

May, L. I. 

McCormick, E. H. 



Morss, C. 
Oppenheimer, E. 
Page, K. A. 
Park, M. E. 
Putnam, C. H. 
Rotan, K. L. 
Rowley, H. T. 
Rusk, F. H. 
Shaw, H. H. 
Sherwin, A. I. 
Stites, S. H. 
Steuart, L. M. 
Storer, E. L. 
Strong, A. H. 
Sutton, J. D. 
Thornton, J. 
Tibbits, M. K. 
Townsend, E. P. 
White, M. 
Wood, E. Densmore 
Worcester, C. R. 

Bradford. 

North, L. V. 

Brewster on the Cape. 
Baird, L. 

Brookline. 
Beals, A. R. 
Corson, E. S. 
Emery, G. C. 
Frank, M. B. F. 
Garrett, C. H. 
Graves, E. 
Gray, E. D. 
Greenough, E. 
Kellogg, E. 
Murphy, R. S. 
Niles, G. F. 
O'Shea, M. B. 
Ranlet, J. 
Rumery, M. 
Sleeper, I. A. 
Stanwood, A. 
Suter, M. W. 
Vickery, R. P. 
Walker, E. 
Wattson, F. T. 
Whitcomb, H. 
Wright, M. A. 

Cambridge. 

Bates, J. R. 

Benneson, C. A. 

Brooks, K. G. 

Davis, S. W. 

Dodd, K. 

Faulkner, E. 

Fiske, M. G. 

Gage, M. W. 

Harrington, C. E. 

Hulley, H. S. 

Irwin, M. 

Jackson, E. L. 

Keay, F. A. 

King, A. 

Lee, S. K. 

Nearing, M. F. 

Perkins, R. 

Perkins, W. S. 

Richardson, M. T. 

Richmond, F. C. 

Smyth, E. A. 

Street, J. A. 

Swift, D. R. 

Taylor, E. W. M. 

Thwing, A. S. 
Chestnut Hill. 

Cordingley, M. F. 



Haughwout, H. P. 
Houghton, E. 

Concord. 

Pearson, A. R. 

Dedham. 

Knowles, L. A. 

Williams, K. D. 
Dorchester Centre. 

Lynch, C. V. 
Easthampton. 

Cook, R. H. 
East Milton. 

Cabot, R. 
East Weymouth. 

Simonds, C. V. 
Fall River. 

Ames, S. H. 

Bray ton, A. S. 

Bray ton, H.I. 

Bray ton, M. E. 

Fitchburg. 

Farquhar, D. 

Framingham. 
Sears, A. 
Sears, M. 
Thurber, M. T. 

Gloucester. 
Merritt, L. 
Souther, C. 

Greenfield. 

Bartlett, L. A. 
Haverhill. 

Case, M. F. 

Morse, K. N. 

Hingham. 

Fauvre, M. M. 

Hull. 

Gray, E. L. 

Jamaica Plain. 

Balch, M. C. 

Scudder, S. C. 

Walker, S. G. 
Kingston. 

Lord, F. S. 

Lawrence. 

Mooers, L. E. 

Longwood . 
Fish, M. A. 

Lowell. 
Ames, E. 
Gerhard, E. H. 
Pearson, L. H. 

Lunenburg. 

Goodhue, M. B. 

Lynn. 

Chase, B. P. 
Clough, H. 
Hazlewood, C. W. 
Rice, P. 

Maiden. 

Miller, M. A. E. 

Marblehead. 
Brown, M. P. 

Mendon. 

Seabury, C. R. 

Milton. 

Brewer, R. S. 
Florance, R. N. 
Harrington, R. 



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Whitney, A. L. 

Williams, C. M. 
Nantucket. 

Blake, E. 
New Bedford. 

Allen, H. H. 

•Stetson, L. A. 

Newburyport. 
Castlehun, V. 

Newton. 

Flanagan, M. G. 
McGill, M. B. 
Rich, S. B. 

Newton Centre. 
Beckley, F. N. 
Moore, R. B. 
Winsor, E. W. 

Newlonville. 

Boyer, J. M. 

Lauterbach, A. 
Northampton. 

Adams, L. E. W. 

Bourland, C. B. 

Chalufour, A. 

Duekett, E. S. 

Foster, E. A. 

Gragg, F. A. 

Hubbard, A. P. F. 

Lowenthal, E. 

McElwain, M. B. 

Shearer, E. A. 

Shields, E. L. 

Todd, G. 

Norton. 

Soskin, L. 

Wieand, H. E. 
Norwood. 

Willett, M. W. 

Orlenas. 

Field, M. E. 

Pittsfield. 

Plunkett, E. K. 
Pulsifer, C. L. B. 

Plymouth. 
Kyle, M. 
Stoddard, E. F. 

Provincetown. 
Spencer, M. W. 

Rtadville. 

Whitman, R. B. 

Rockland. 

Spence, A. B. 
Spence, M. C. 

Salem. 

Brown, E. D. 
Gifford, I. E. 

Sharon. 

Everett, H. 

Somerville. 
Clough, I. P. 

South Hadley. 
Cobb, M. C. 
D'Evelyn, C. 
Ellis, E. D. 
Foster, D. 
Gait, C. M. 
Griffith, H. 
Halm, D. A. 
Harper, C. A. 
Hussey, M. I. 
Laird, E. R. 
Martin, E. N. 



Neilson, N. 

Putnam, B. H. 

Starr, A. M. 

Temple, M. E. 
South Lincoln. 

Blodgett, E. L. 

Blodgett, M. P. 

Woods, H. 
South Walpole. 

Channing, E. T. 

Springfield. 
Cabot, F. A. 
Whiting, A. M. 
Winslow, E. A. 

Stockbridge. 

McBurney, A. 
Taunton. 

Hearne, A. 

Waban. 

Richardson, E. M. 

Walpole. 

Bourne, A. M. 
Coolidge, M. L. 
Young, M. 

Waltham. 
Dalzell, D. 
Dudley, H. S. 

Waquoit. 
Ostrom, V. 

Waverley. 
Davis, E. L. 

Wayland. 
Barlow, M. 
Hooper, E. E. 

Wellesley. 

Dutcher, E. O. 
Edwards, K. M. 
Haines, G. P. 
Herr, E. 
Huebener, H. J. 
Langdon, I. 
Lewis, F. P. 
Liddell, K. F. 
Lowater, F. 
Perkins, A. F. 
Pinney, M. E. 
Smith, L. P. 
Smith-Goard, E. C. 

West Newton. 
Howland, D. 
Hubbard, R. 
Seaver, H. F. 
Witherbee, F. S. 

Weston. 

Winsor, M. P. 

West Springfield. 
Sanderson, R. E. 

Winchester. 
Eastman, E. 
Frost, M. G. 
Garrett, I. M. 

Worcester. 
Allen, M. N. 
Briggs, S. M. 
Gale, E. E. 
Green, P. 
Happold, M. E. 
Hollis, J. R. 

Woods Hole. 
Crane, F. A. 



MICHIGAN. 

Ann Arbor. 

Burnell, E. F. 

Flinn, H. L. 

Kaminski, L. V. 

Lovell, H. L. 

McCune, M. 

Wells, A. E. 
Birmingham. 

Colter, H. M. 

Detroit. 

Anthony, E. F. 
Bancroft, J. M. 
BufTum, M. N. 
Green, M. C. 
Henze, P. 
Houghton, M. 
Plumb, H. 
Potter, E. M. 
Robinson, E. F. 
Wright, E. B. 

Dowagiac. 

East, H. C. 
Grand Rapids. 

Francisco, L. 

Hompe, M. 

Miller, M. E. 

Ranney, C. L. 

Sweet, E. 

Wilson, H. M. 

Grosse Pointe. 
Wright, M. L. 

Hillsdale. 

Simpson, A. D. 

Houghton. 
Cooper, V. A. 
Hubbard, C. A. 

Kalamazoo. 
Abbott, F. N. 

Lansing. 

Davis, C. M. 

Marquette. 
Eldredge, A. 
Northrop, M. 

Saginaw West. 

Stone, K. L. 
Sault Sainte Marie. 

Seymour, H. 

MINNESOTA. 

Barrett. 
Philips, B. 

Deephaven. 
Lindley, E. 

Duluth. 
Turle, P. 
Turrish, V. C. 

La Sueur Centre. 
Kolars, M. B. 

Minneapolis. 

Batchelder, K. C. 
Blakey, D. M. 
Clarke, G. T. 
Downey, K. M. 
Eno, S. W. 
Friedlander, E. 
Israel, J. M. 
Johnson, A. F. 
Lammers, M. H. 
McMillan, M. 
Mearkle, E. 



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Oglevee, J. E. 
Passmore, F. 
Pomeroy, V. S. 
Tyson, E. D. 
Washburn, E. P. 
Washburn, M. 

Northfield. 
Denise, E. 
Foster, F. A. 

Rochester. 
Fraser, L. L. 

St. Paul. 
Ames, A. 
Ames, M. 
Brown, J. C. 
Doe, J. A. 
Foley, L. 

Heydeman, C. W. 
Jaggard, A. W. 
Mudge, L. H. 
Young, L. 

St. Peter. 

Treadwell, L. O. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Biloxi. 
Swan, E. 

Clarksdale. 

Jarman, M. D. 
Columbus. 

Bell, E. V. 
Greenwood. 

Aven, A. W. 

Jackson. 

Crighton, L. 

Madison. 

Roudebush, M. M. 

Meridian. 

Whitfield, A. 
Tougaloo. 

Gifford, F. S. 

MISSOURI. 

Boonville. 

Dickinson, M. 

Camden Point. 

Clarke, M. P. 
Cape Girardeau. 

Knepper, M. 

Charleston. 

Drink water, H. 

Clayton. 

Harris, E. 
Columbia. 

Baker, M. E. 

Bresnehen, V. H. 

Brown, M. L. 

Jones, G. A. 
Fayette. 

Haenssler, M. 
Ferguson. 

Miltenberger, E. B. 
Hollister. 

Weld, J. 
Joplin. 

Calder, H. R. 

Mack, M. L. 

Kansas City. 
Branch, Z. M. 
Nichols, M. B, 
Warner. C. U, 



Kirksville. 

Doneghy, D. 

Engelhard, D. L. 
La Plata. 

Harrison, J. A. 
Palmyra. 

Claggett, E. J. 

St. Charles. 

Porterfield, C. M. 

St. Louis. 

Adams, E. 

Becker, A. F. 

Bensberg, B. B. B. 

Brockstedt, C. B. 

Donnelly, H. M. 

Dver, L. 

Dyer, M. B. 

Fischel, E. 

Flickinger, A. 

Hege, F. 

Holmes, M. W. 

Kingsbacher, E. 

Kohn, E. 

Loeb, I. 

McEwen, M. 

Orrick, C. 

Richardson, E. H. 

Robinson, L. 

Rubelman, A. D. 

Shafer, G. A. 

Stix, H. 

Van Raalte, F. 

Von Maur. 

Weeks, E. A. 

Westwood, E. A. 
Tarkio. 

McMullen, J. C. 

McMullen, J. P. 

Sutherland, E. B. 

Webster Groves. 
Gilroy, J. J. 

MONTANA. 

Columbia Falls. 

Wade, R. A. 
Eureka. 

Gatewood, E. G. 
Missoula. 

Reed, B. 
Townsend. 

McCrackin, H. 

NEBRASKA. 

Broken Bow. 
Drake, N. B. 

Hastings. 

Stewart, M. S. 

Herman. 

Darlow, I. R. 

Lincoln. 

Chapin, E. S. 
Friedline, C. L. 
Hyde, W. F. 
Jones, A. E. 
Maitland, M. E. 
Skinner, M. C. 
Southwick, L. J. 
Tremain, M. A. 

North Platte. 
Iddings, F. E. 
Iddings, N. R. 



Oakland. 
Cull, R. E. 

Omaha. 

Mattson, E. 

Robertson, E. S. 

Roe, M. 

Smith, M. V. 
Schuyler. 

Towns, R. F. 
Valentine. 

Jeffries, H. H. 

NEVADA. 

Gardnerville. 
Jepsen, M. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Concord. 

Thayer, M. 
Dover. 

Shorey, P. A. 
Hanover. 

Wells, R. 
Laconia. 

Gale, M. E. 
Manchester. 

Raymond, H. J. 
Nashua. 

Stearns, A. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Asbury Park. 
Wilbur, C. C. 

Atlantic City. 

Alsop, S. K. 

Bruner, G. E. 

Trout, E. W. 
Belmar. 

Miller, E. L. 
Bloomfield. 

Barrett, H. J. 

Bound Brook. 
Johnston, M. L. 

Bridgeport. 

Richards, R. O. 
Bridgeton. 

Ditmars, H. S. 

Wilson, G. 

Camden. 

Blaisdell, V. M. 

Camp Dix. 
Buffum, F. 

Cape May. 

Shaffer, A. W. 
Cape May Court House. 

Sargent, C. V. 

Steltzer, E. H. 
Chatham. 

Chambers, K. E. 
Clinton. 

Frace, M. 
Columbus. 

Ridgway, S. S. 
Cranford. 

Furman, R. A. 
East Orange. 

Bryan, E. M. 

Dixon, H. A. 

Levering, M. A. 

Nichols, M. P. 



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Elizabeth. 

Smitheman, H. P. 

Englewood. 

Andrews, M. B. 
Archbald, R. S. 
Bailey, E. D. 
Dillingham, A. 

Garfield. 

Minor, J. E. 
Glen Ridge. 

Hinrichs, G. M. 

Peckham, L. 

Haddonfield. 

Dodd, M. P. 
Hainesport. 

Miller, M. R. 
Interlaken. 

Atkins, E. L. 

Jersey City. 
Ballou, M. A. 
Hemphill, J. 
Muller, L. E. 
Nutting, H. C. 

Lakewood. 

Converse, L. B. 
Wesson, C. M. 

Laurenceville. 

Martin, F. F. 
Maple Shade. 

Wilson, G. 
Mahwah. 

Rand, M. C. 
Maplewood. 

Stohr, K. 
Metuchen. 

Tuttle, M. 
Montclair. 

Fricke, E. F. 

Seely, E. E. 

Wight, D. T. 
Moorestown. 

Albertson, A. M. 

Cadbury, Jr., E. 

Cuthbert, M. 

Davis, R. 

Haines, I. P. 

Haines, M. T. 

Heulings, A. 

Moore, A. M. 

Nicholson, E. R. 

Morristown. 
Halsey, C. V. 
Keasbey, L. E. 
Merle-Smith, D. 

Newark. 

Brown, E. F. 
Jackson, L. V. V. 

New Brunswick. 

Chamberlain, M. M. 
Hill, M. D. 

Nutley. 

Yardley, C. M. 

Ocean Grove. 
Jones, G. W. 

Orange. 

Anthony, A. 
Bontecou, E. 
Irey, H. C. 
Jolliffe, R. M. 
Merck, E. J. 



Shreve, H. R. 

Van Wagenen, M. L. 
Palisade. 

Christie, M. P. 
Passaic. 

Pray, G. 

Sylvester, I. W. 

Paterson. 

Blackwell, E. B. 

Roberts, L. E. 
Plainfield. 

Howell, J. K. 

Knowland, C. 

Mason, A. E. 

Sandison, L. E. 
Ple.asantville. 

McAllister, M. A. 

Princeton. 
Denison, E. 
Evans, H. R. 
Fine, S. B. P. 
Fullerton, K. 
Gwinn, M. 
Hibben, E. G. 
Huntington, K. 
Irwin, M. E. 
Marsh, E. 
Macintosh, M. T. 
Reitze, H. C. 
Schmidt, K. R. 
Warner, M. D. 

Rahway. 
Tinker, R. 

Ridgewood. 
Couch, H. L. 

Riverton. 

Kershaw, K. K. 

Salem. 

Hooker, E. R. 
Short Hills. 

Bruere, E. C. 

Cox, L. A. 

Hartshorn, J. D. 

Ream, F. M. 
South Orange. 

Preston, J. F. 

Shippen, E. F. 

Shippen, K. B. 

Summit. 

Baldwin, G. P. 

Greene, A. D. 

Sherman, Z. M. 

Smith, C. W. 
Trenton. 

Bodine, E. D. 

Buchanan, M. C. 

Eby, M. D. 

Linburg, E. H. 

MacCracken, F. M. 

Middendorf, K. L. I. 

Smucker, G. A. 

Stephens, E. P. 

Whitehead, A. M. 
Upper Montclair. 

Girdwood, E. M. 

Sedgwick, E. 

Vincentown. 
Haines, M. E. 

Weehawken. 
Horner, B. L. 

West End. 
Sichel, M. E. 



Westfield. 

Peckham, M. 

Ross, A. 
West Orange. 

Campbell, E. C. 

Campbell, M. M. 

Schiedt, H. L. 
Williamstown. 

Jonas, A. I. 
Woodbury. 

Blair, A. K. 

Dungan, E. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Vermejo Park. 
Bartlett, H. 

NEW YORK. 

Albany. 

Morton, C. 

Shugert, K. D. 

Swindell, S. O. 
Ardsley-on-Hudson. 

Vail, C. W. 
Auburn. 

Dulles, M. J. 

Otheman, M. S. 

Wallace, M. N. 
Aurora. 

Bissell, C. B. 

Hemperley, C. 

Lansing, R. 

Roe, C. C. 

Rosanoff, L. 

Vaughan, A. C. 

Babylon, L. I. 

Yates, F. 
Ballston Spa. 

Beach, E. B. 

Lawrence, E. S. 
Bedford Hills. 

Underhill, R. 

Binghamton. 
Bean, S. A. 
Brown, E. E. 
Gleim, M. A. 
Nichols, C. S. 

Bronx. 
Hoff, M. 

Bronxville. 
Brooks, F. A. 
Mellen, M. 
Palmer, S. S. 
Williams, S. W. 

Brooklyn. 
Adair, E. 
Allen, E. 
Avery, D. S. 
Bennett, E. M. 
Brombacher, C. G. 
Brown, F. I. 
Bvrnes, E. F. 
Claghorn, K. H. 
Clark, A. E. 
Garlock, L. M. 
Harper, F. M. 
Hart, R. E. 
Holman, H. 
Hooker, T. F. 
Hopkins, J. A. 
Jameson, J. C. 
Kellum, M. D. 
Kinsley, M. A. 



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Lexow, C. F. 
Loinea, E. 
Loines, H. 
Lord, I. E. 
Marsh, H. E. 
Neergaard, E. L. 
O'Connor, A. 
Pollock, L. L. 
Pope, E. B. 
Sackett, M. J. 
Scudder, E. H. 
Southwick, J. F. 
Stuart, S. G. 
Wight, E. 
Young, A. W. 

Buffalo. 

Clinton, E. 

Gibbons, V. L. 

Michael, J. 

Miller, J. S. 

Nathan, S. 

Thompson, L. 

Whittemore, A. 
Canandaigua. 

Freeman, M. L. 

Carmel. 

Salisbury, L. B. 

Castleton-on-the-Hudson. 
Lyon, D. W. 

Catskill. 
Day, D. 

Cazenovia. 

Tatum, L. R. 
Cedarhurst, L. I. 

Blum, S. 

Maurice, E. M. 

Walton, E. T. 

Chappaqua. 

Murray, H. C. 
Clinton. 

Brownell, L. S. 

Daniels, H. M. 

Hopkins, M. D. 
Cragsmoor. 

Sturdevant, F. E. 

Croton-on-Hudson. 
Mussey, M. H. B. 

Douglaston, L. I. 
Blose, C. 
Scribner, M. B. 

Elmira. 

Cooke, J. S. C. 

Elmore, M. T. 

Highet, M. E. 
Flushing. 

Ecob, K. G. 

Livingston, F. E. 

Mitchell, G. 

Nichols, H. S. 

Romeyn, E. 

Warrin, M. de R. 
Forest Hills, L. I. 

Brownell, G. S. 

Pressinger, M. 

Trowbridge, J. 

Welsh, F. M. 

Garden City, L. I. 
Craig, F. C. 
Gardiner, M. S. 
Wood, B. G. 

Geneseo. 
Colt, E. F. 



Glens Falls. 
Birdsall, M. 
Potter, S. M. 

Great Neck. 

Alexander, W. B. 
Gignoux, E. M. 

Hartsdale. 

Brooks, H. B. 
Hilles, M. H. 
Mead, M. L. 
Warren, M. P. 

Hastings-on-Hudson. 
Williamson, B. T. 

Hempstead. 

Southgate, M. 
Hornell. 

Reynolds, S. S. 
Ithaca. 

Archibald, S. E. 

Jacobs, M. E. 

Haines, M. T. 

Heyl, F. M. 

Long, E. T. 

Taber, C. L. 
Jamaica. 

Helmer, P. 

Kenwood. 
Allen, H. E. 

Kingston. 

Knauth, I. M. 

Larchmont. 
Holman, J. B. 

Lincoln Park. 

Field, A. 
Lockporl. 

Calder, H. R. 
Long Island City. 

Peters, G. B. F. 
Malone. 

Hawkins, E. J. 

Mamaroneck. 
Merrill, L. E. 

Moravia. 
Jewett, M. W. 

Mt. Vernon. 

Moses, G. O. 
Nassau. 

Craig, E. W. 

New Brighton, S. I. 

King, G. 

Pearson, J. L. 

Southard, M. W. 
Newburgh. 

Weaver, B. 

New Paltz. 
Gage, K. A. 
Hilliard, C. E. 

New Rochelle. 
Capel, F. M. 

New York City. 
Adams, S. W. 
Allinson, S. C. 
Anderson, E. M. 
Annan, H. C. 
Arnold F. 
Ashley, E. H. 
Ashley, M. P. 
Ashwell, G. I. 
Austin, D. 
Ayer, M. F. 



Babbitt, M. E. 
Bailey, M. E. 
Bain, O. L. 
Baker, E. G. 
Balch, E. G. 
Baldauf, C. 
Baldwin, D. de F. 
Ballin, F. A. 
Ballin, M. H. 
Barker, G. S. T. 
Bartlett, T. 
Bates, T. 
Benedict, I. H. 
Benjamin, J. de F. 
Besly, V. 
Blanchard, M. T. 
Blodgett, K. B. 
Blount, E. 
Bookstaver, M. A. 
Boucher, S. 
Bowman, E. 
Boyd, J. 
Boyd, M. 
Brakeley, E. 
Braley, E. 
Bridge, I. 
Brown, C. T. 
Brown, L. C. 
Brown, Lovira C. 
Browne, F. 
Browne, N. W. 
Bryant, E. S. 
Bryant, G. 
Buchanan, J. C. 
Burt, A. 
Butler, E. M. 
Butterfield, H. I. 
Cadbury, H. 
Cady, M. L. 
Carey, H. F. 
Carner, L. P. 
Cams, D. J. 
Carter, A. 
Case, A. T. 
Case, M. C. 
Chamberlain, G. E. 
Cheney, R. 
Cheron, J. 
Chickering, J. 
Child, E. 
Christie, M. P. 
Christy, R. L. 
Cilley, A. L. 
Clark, M. P. 
Clarke, P. I. 
Collins, R. 
Colt, E. 

Converse, H. P. 
Cook, K. I. 
Cooke, E. 
Cooper, I. R. 
Cornell, E. S. 
Corning, Z. M. 
Cragin, J. H. 
Craig, D. M. 
Crane, M. D. 
Crawford, E. C. 
Criswell, E. H. 
Cross, E. R. 
Curtis, K. R. 
Curtis, M. 
Davidson, J. Q. 
Davidson, L. 
Davis, D. L. 
Davis, L. D. 
Davis, S. E. 
Daw, E. 
Day, A. H. 



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Day, A. M. 
Day, R. 

de Koven, E. L. 
Deming, A. 
Deming, E. 
Dessau, F. M, 
Donchian, E. 
Doolittle, H. 
Dorsey, C. W. 
Droege, M. 
Dufourcq, K. V. 
Dunn, H. P. 
Eastwiok, K. C. H. 
Edgerton, G. 
Ehlers, B. S. 
Ehlers, H. 
Ely, K. B. 
Emerson, H. T. 
Erbsloh, G. F. A. 
Erbsloh, O. H. C. 
Evans, K. M. 
Ewen, M. 
Fearey, M. L. 
Fincke, F. A. 
Fishbein, D. 
Fleischmann, H. 
Fleischmann, L. 
Fleming, M. A. 
Flexner, M. 
Focht, M. 
Ford, F. T. 
Forster, D. 
Foster, Mabel. 
Foster, Mildred. 
Fowler, K. 
Fowler, S. 

Franklin, Margaret L. 
Franklin, S. B. 
Gatling, R. 
Geer, H. 
Gest, A. E. 
Gildner, L. M. 
Goffe, M. V. 
Goldman, A. 
Goldman, H. 
Goldmark, J. C. 
Goldmark, P. D. 
Goldmark, S. 
Grabau, A. W. 
Grace, J. R. 
Graham, M. A. 
Greene, E. C. 
Greenewald, J. R. 
Gruening, M. 
Hale, M. 
Harben, C. 
Hardy, C. 
Harmon, E. 
Harper, E. 
Hartman, G. 
Hartwig, A. L. 
Havemeyer, A. 
Hecht, B. 
Helburn, T. 
Hemenway, E. 
Hemenway, J. 
Hendrick, G. P. 
Henry, E. P. 
Herr, M. E. 
Hewitt, C. 
Hobart, M. J. 
Holt, E. 
Hood, A. W. 
Hopp, M. 
Howell, H. A. 
Hoyt, E. M. 
Hoyt, H. S. 
Hoyt, M. F. 



Humphrey, A. R. 
Hunley, E. V. 
Hunter, F. 
Hutchins, M. G. 
Isham, M. K. 
Ivory, E. S. 
Jobe, M. L. 
Kawai, M. 
Keep, E. H. 
Kenyon, A. 
Kemmerer, G. 
Kempton, H. P. 
Kerr, J. B. 
Kidder, A. M. 
Kilner, M. 
King, F. 
King, M. S. 
Klein, L. M. 
Kroeber, J. 
Langdon, J. O. 
Lape, E. E. 
Lathom, M. W. 
Lattimore, E. L. 
Lautz, G. M. 
Lawrence, E. 
Lean, A. R. 
Lee, A. C. 
Lewis, M. C. 
Lewis, N. 
Lewis, R. R. 
Loeb, F. M. 
Lord, K. F. 
Loshe, L. D. 
Louderback, J. L. 
Lowengrund, H. M. 
Lubar, A. E. 
Mabon, M. V. V. 
Mabon, R. V. 
' Macauley, E. R. 
MacCoy, M. H. 
Macintosh, M. B. 
MacVay, A. P. 
Malone, G. E. M. 
Masland, M. E. 
Mason, F. E. 
McCormiek, C. 
McFarland, H. J. 
McKeen, H. J. ■ 
Meeker, M. 
Merrill, K. 
Merriman, L. 
Miles, C. 
Miller, A. C. 
Miller, M. D. 
Minor, M. L. 
Moore, M. C. 
Morgan, M. A. 
Morgan, V. 
Morrill, G. L. 
Murray, M. F. 
Mygatt, T. D. 
Nathans, B. C. 
Naumburg, A. 
Newman, R. 
Newton, A. M. 
Nichols, S. F. 
O'Connor, M. 
Ochtman, D. 
Ogilvie, I. H. 
Pad6, J. 
Page, A. 
Page, L. L. G. 
Parkhurst, H. H. 
Parrish, G. 
Perkins, D. 
Peters, I. M. 
Peters, L. McC. 
Peterson, K. O. 



Pettit, E. 
Pinney, G. 
Plaisted, M. 
Pond, C. P. 
Potts, L. E. 
Powel, E. L. 
Prussing, M. A. 
Putnam, A. 
Putnam, S. 
Quimby, A. R. 
Rapallo, E. 
Reimer, M. 
Reiss, S. L. 
Rembaugh, B. 
Reynolds, E. K. 
Richardson, L. 
Richter, H. R. 
Robertson, M. L. 
Robinson, H. L. 
Rogers, I. M. 
Rossiter, I. 
Rulison, L. C. 
Russell, J. L. 
Russell, L. S. 
Sampson, L. V. 
Schofield, L. A. 
Scripture, E. 
Scripture, W. 
Seligman, G. 
Seligman, R. W. 
Selleck, A. 
Senior, M. E. 
Shearer, M. J. 
Ship way, M. E. 
Silverman, I. 
Simpson, C. M. 
Sinn, E. M. 
Small, F. 
Smart, F. G. 
Smith, E. J. 
Smith, J. P. 
Smith, L. H. 
Smith, T. H. 
South wick, K. M. 
Sperry, M. F. 
SpofTord, B. 
Stapler, M. G. 
Stecher, L. I. 
Stevenson, H. 
Stoddard, Y. 
Stoughton, L. R. 
Stout, G. 
Straus, D. 
Straus, S. 
Studdiford, J. G. 
Taber, M. R. 
Tappan, M. 
Tatlock, J. M. 
Taylor, E. W. 
Taylor, M. M. W. 
Terry, C. L. 
Thomas, H. W. 
Thomas, M. G. 
Tilley, L. L. 
Timpson, M. C. 
Totten, E. 
Towle, M. R. 
Towle, S. I. 
Trask, L. M. D. 
Unger, J. 
Van Horn, E. E. 
Van Horn, O. O. 
Venner, G. A. 
Vickery, M. 
Waddington, M. E. 
Wade, C. L. W. 
Ward, D. de F. 
Wardwell, A. D. 



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Watson, G. E. 

Weist, H. H. 

Welles, A. 

Weston, D. V. 

Weusthoff, A. S. 

Whittredge, E. 

Williams, E. C. 

Witherspoon, F. M. 

Woodin, M. L. 

Worthington, L. 

Wright, E. 

Wye, T. E. 
New Rochelle. 

Houghtaling, I. H. 
Niagara Falls. 

Schummers, M. L. 

Wilbur, F. L. 

Nyack. 

Martin, A. L. 

Maynard, M. R. 
Oswego. 

Taylor, A. M. 
Oyster Bay. 

Delano, S. A. 
Palenville. 

Peck, L. L. 
Peekskill. 

McCarter, F. 
Pelham Manor. 

Goodnow, I. L. 

Larrabee, E. D. 

Orr, H. 

Smith, M. 
Perry. 

Tuttle, R. A. 
PiUsford. 

Satterlee, M. 
Plattsburg. 

Lord, E. E. 

Port Chester. 
Wyman, F. J. 

Port Washington, L. I. 
Hardenbergh, H. 

Poughkeepsie. 

Borden, F. 

Brown, D. M. 

Coulter, C. C. 

Cummings, L. D. 

Fahnestoek, E. 

Gilroy, H. T. 

Macleod, A. L. 

Peebles, R. J. 

Pelton, J. P. 

Salmon, L. M. 

Sandison, H. E. 

Saunders, C. 

White, F. D. 
Prattsburg. 

Schrader, E. W. 

Randolph. 
Lee, E. 

Rhinebeck. 
Stewart, H. 
Suckley, M. 

Riverdale-on- Hudson. 
Allen, F. D. 

Rochester. 
Alden, R. W. 
Boysen, B. D. 
Collins, S. L. 
Cook, B. M. 



Davis, A. W. 
Dodge, C. W. 
Griffith, C. J. 
Miles, R. H. 
Taylor, R. 

Rye. 

Boardman, W. K. 

Hall, J. 

Whitelaw, H. C. 
Salem. 

Johnston, M. B. 
Saratoga Springs. 

Kennedy, L. E. 
ScarsdMe. 

Caldwell, E. M. 

Follansbee, B. D. 

Grieb, M. E. 

Van Horn, A. E. 
Schenectady. 

Collins, A. M. 

Darling, J. 

Richmond, M. 

Rohrer, M. 

Spraguesmith, H. 
Springfield Centre. 

Wardwell, F. 
Spuyton Duyvil. 

McKelvey, M. A. 

McKelvey, R. 

Mock, E. D. 

Syracuse. 

Budd, H. M. 

Bulley, C. 

Loomis, E. D. 

Longwell, K. C. 

Moser, L. V. 

Spencer, H. B. 

Warren, W. 
Troy. 

Robb, W. L. 
Trumansburg. 

Haines, L. R. 
Utica. 

De Angelis, A. 

Dimon, A. C. 

Miller, D. E. 

Valatie. 
Hardenbrook, M. 

Vernon. 

Tufts, H. L. 
Walden. 

Lawall, M. L. 

Walkill. 
Birdsall, A. P. 

West Brighton, S. I. 
Pinney, E. 

White Plains. 
Righter, J. 

Yonkers. 
Daly, E. T. 
Harrington, H. X. 
Hill, A. G. 
Hill, A. M. 
Munn, A. P. 
Saunders, H. M. 
Silkman, E. 
Slade, A. M. 
Stephens, E. B. 
Thomson, M. M. 

Yorktown Heights. 
Kissick, E. K. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

Asheoille. 

Kirkland, W. M. 
Behidere. 

White, C. E. 
Biltmore. 

Leftwich, F. 
Brevard. 

Clarke, N. B. 

Burlington. 
Bulla, L. E. 

Chapel Hill. 

Wilson, E. S. 
Charlotte. 

Wilson, L. G. 

Concord. 

Armfield, L. 
Greensboro. 

Cartland, M. A. 

Coffin, E. W. 

King, E. G. 

Mendenhall, G. W. 

Petty, M. 

Robertson, C. 

Guilford College. 
Davis, A. L. 
Roberts, A. W. 
White, Julia S. 
Yates, C. B. 

Halifax. 

Heath, M. B. 

High Point. 

Mendenhall, C. C. 

White, A. E. 
Jamestown. 

Ragsdale, V. 
Mars Hill. 

Harding, F. K. 

Maxton. 

Worth, F. G. 

Montreat. 

Martin, M. R. 
Salemburg. 

Edwards, A. T. 
Tarboro. 

Davis, M. 
Traphill. 

Dixon, A. L. 

Tryon. 
Oliver, R. L. 
Warner, M. 

Winston-Salem. 

Neff, B. E. 
Woodland. 

Holmes, M. D. 

OHIO. 

Akron. 

Hotchkiss, R. 
Ashtabula. 

Dunbar, R. J. 
Cincinnati. 

Anderson, A. 

Anderson, C. L. 

Colter. M. F. 

ConneUy, M. H. 

Doepke, A. 

Eichberg, A. 

Esselborn, J. 

Gano, K. V. 



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Godley, C. S. 
Hazen, H. 
Hoffenheimer, E. S. 
Hyman, L. 
Kuhn, D. C. 
Langenbeck, C. 
Lorenz. E. M. 
MacMillan, M. L. 
Rawson, G. 
Rawson, L. 
Rawson, M. 
Sachs, A. 
Smith, E. B. 
Stewart, F. M. 
Taylor, A. 
Taylor, H. M. A. 
Weidensall, C. J. 
Westheimer, C. 

Clarksville. 

Zillefrow, K. 
Cleveland. 

Allen, M. S. 

Beckwith, M. E. R. 

Bringardner, I. M. 

Gannett, A. P. 

Head, C. E. 

Hopkinson, R. W. 

Jopling, C. H. 

Kelley, K. M. 

Logan, A. L. 

Nichols, H. H. 

Sergeant, K. 

Strong, R. 

Todhunter, B. C. 

Willard, M. L. 

Williamson, M. P. 

Wing, M. R. 

Columbus. 
Bareis, G. M. 
Beggs, E. M. 
Blair, K. R. 
Goudge, M. E. 
Hatton, F. G. 
Hearne, A. C. 
Helm, M. L. 
Jones, G. L. 
Jones, R. L. 
Morningstar, H. 
Ruppersberg, E. A. 
Sheldon, H. S. 
Smith, L. E. 

Dayton. 

Brown, M. M. 

Lorenz, J. 
Eaton. 

Parks, G. O. 

Reynolds, M. E. 
Elyria. 

Bixler, I. B. 
Freemont. 

Williams, M. A. 
Germantown. 

Kinsey, J. 
Glendale. 

Hearne, F. H. 
Harveysburg. 

Carroll, A. B. 
Ironton. 

Campbell, M. E. 
Leetonia. 

McKeefrey, C. S. 
Marietta. 

Carroll, M. J. 
Martins Ferry. 

Francis, C. J. 



Marion. 
Hughes, W. A. 

Oakley. 

Paine, J. H. 
Oberlin. 

Hulbert, V. M. 
Oxford. 

Byrne, A. H. 

Grant, M. A. 

McCain, G. I. 

Stark, E. K. 
Painesville. 

Howson, E. E. 
Portsmouth. 

Labold, L. 
Port William. 

Evans, D. M. 
Sabina. 

Rannells, E. K. 
Sidney. 

White, E. G. 

Spring Valley. 
Wildman, E. E. 

Toledo. 
Bryant, E. H. 
Coffin, M. L. 
Satterthwaite, S. E. 
Storer, F. L. 

Warren. 

Van Wye, M. 

Willoughby. 

Seelye, E. W. 
Wilmington. 

Peelle, M. P. 

Probasco, L. 

Rannells, S. W. 

Wright, E. C. 
Wooster. 

Warren, A. L. 
Youngstown. 

Fordyce, R. W. 

McClure, E. L. 

OKLAHOMA. 

Fort Sill. 

Hogue, M. J. 

Oklahoma City. 
Benson, M. E. 
Ohern, E. G. 

OREGON. 

Corvallis. 

Fawcett, M. E. 
Eugene. 

Chambers, M. H. 

Leach, C. 

Newman, C. E. 

Hood River Valley. 
Campbell, G. B. 

Marshfield. 
Griffin, H. J. 

Portland. 
Brainerd, B. 
Clark, J. B. 
Clinton, E. M. 
Clinton, M. D. 
Ecob, E. 
Hoffman, M. E. 
Kamm, C. A. 
Norcross, E. 
Roach, L. A. 



Rockwood, E. R. 
Stewart, B. 
Thompson, G. 
Tschamer, L. 
Wallace, E. A. 

PANAMA. 

Panama, R. P. 
Stites, H. C. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Altoona. 

Canan, V. C. 
Dean, E. 

Ardmore. 

Boude, M. S. G. 

Brady, J. E. 

Burchinal, M. C. 

Cantlin, E. 

Hires, L. S. 

Justice, M. L. 

Kleps, M. C. 

Macdonald, D. 

Macdonald, F. 

Preston, C. A. 

Rockwell, M. S. 

Rossmassler, E. A. 

Smith, M. W. 

Snyder, E. 

Wood, I. 
Bala. 

Biddle, H. R. 

Scott, F. B. 

Beaver Falls. 
Lester, M. K. 

Bedford. 

Barnett, H. K. 

Reynolds, M. A. 

Wright, J. S. 
Bellefonte. 

Blanchard, E. M. 

Blanchard, M. M. 

Hoy, A. H. 

Linn, M. H. 

McCoy, A. A. 
Bellevue. 

Hibbard, H. R. 

Wilson, F. L. 

Ben Avon. 
Marsh, R. G. 

Berwyn. 

Macnamee, H. V. 
Warner, A. H. 

Bethlehem. 

Cline, M. S. 

Far well, L. 

Meredith, M. A. 

Peckham, E. C. 
Bradford. 

White, H. B. C. 

Brownsville. 
Fowler, E. 

Bryn Mawr. 
Adair, H. 
Adams, E. D. 
Albert, G. 
Allard, B. 
Almack, M. R. 
Baldwin, A. M. 
Barlow, A. H. 
Baxter, G. L. 
Beck, L. G. 
Beckwith, M. A. 



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Billmeyer, H. M. 
Born, T. M. 
Boyer, M. G. 
Branson, L. E. 
Branson, M. G. 
Brownback, E. Y. 
Brownell, E. O. 
Bryne, E. A. W. 
Buchanan, M. 
Bull, E. L. 
Bullivant, M. 
Congdon, L. B. 
Crawford, H. J. 
Crawford, M. V. 
De Laguna, G. M. A. 
De Bonneville, L. 
Donnelly, L. M. 
Doolittle, M. C. 
Dunn, E. C. 
Elliot, M. 
Evans, L. 
Farnham, L. A. 
Fay, M. L. 
Feder, L. H. 
Flather, M. D. 
France, W. C. 
Frank, G. 

Franklin, Marjorie L. 
Gabel, L. C. 
Garrigues, S. 
Goff , E. P. 
Goff, G. A. 
Goodall, W. 
Greenough, B. C. 
Gyger, M. C. 
Halle, M. R. 
Hanna, M. A. 
Haupt, I. A. 
Hawk, G. E. 
Hawkins, A. M. 
Hemenway, J. M. B. 
Hobbs, H. 
Howland, A. G. 
Janney, M. 
Jeffers, M. 
Jennings, B. M. 
Johnson, E. F. 
Kellogg, A. L. 
Kerr, F. M. 
King, G. G. 
King, H. D. 
Kirk, A. 
Lautz, H. S. 
Leuba, B. A. 
Lowrey, E. E. 
Macdonald, J. M. 
MacMaster, A. K. 
Maddison, I. 
Maddux, E. 
Marx, O. 
Melvin, M. G. 
Miller, J. I. 
Milne, M. J. 
Mohler, N. M. 
Monroe, M. M. 
Neely. C. S. 
Neterer, I. M. 
Noyes, E. G. 
Oberge, U. H. 
Orlady, E. 
O'Sullivan, M. L. 
Paddock, H. L. 
Paddock, I. A. 
Palmer, G. L. 
Parris, M. 
Patch, H. E. 
Pearson, H. S. 
Peebles, F. 



Pew, E. 

Potter, G. 

Powell, E. W. 

Quimby, M. A. 

Rambo, E. F. 

Rand, G. 

Rhoads, A. E. 

Ristine, M. V. 

Robins, H. J. 

Scbenck, E. M. 

Schmidt, G. C. 

Schoell, M. 

Sewell, D. A. 

Shipley, K. M. 

Smith, H. W. 

Smith, E. M. 

Smith, I. F. 

Steele, E. C. M. 

Swindler, M. H. 

Taft, H. H. 

Taylor, M. W. 

Terrien, M. L. 

Tobin, E. 

Towle, E. W. 

Turner, B. M. 

Watson, L. 

Werner, A. A. 

Wesner, M. B. 

White, E. V. 

Windle, L. B. 

Wolff, D. S. 

Wolff, M. P. 

Wood, E. Dennistoun 

Woodbury, M. 
Burnham. 

Canan, M. S. 
Butler. 

Brandon, R. 

California. 

Glenn, F. M. 
Carlisle. 

Burns, S. H. 

Hooke, H. H. 

Lynch, G. M. 

Norcross, L. J. 

Norcross, M. J. 

Chadds Ford. 
At water, S. M. 

Chamber sburg. 

Bowerman, H. C. 
Bowers, C. 
Murray, E. 
Spalding, M. C. 
Zimmerman, H. B. 

Cheltenham. 
Haines, J. B. 

Chester. 

Maxwell, H. D. 
O'Neil, E. B. 

Cheyney. 

Smith, A. C. 

Clearfield. 
Gilliland, M. 

Colmar. 

Downing, H. A. 

Conshohocken. 
Crawford, A. L. 
Roberts, A. W. 

Corapolis. 

Spencer, A. J. 

Crafton. 

Taylor, E, E. 



Cynwyd. 

Cox, C. B. 

Eberbach, A. G. 

McGeorge, B. 

McKee, H. 

Sickel, C. 
Danville. 

Curry, P. 

Moore, E. 
Daylesford. 

Newton, C. E. 
Delano. 

Depew, C. E. 
Devon. 

Harley, K. V. 
Dimock. 

Morris, E. F. 
Doylestown. 

Atkinson, M. J. 

Blakey, M. L. 

Fogg, E. 

Hart, R. P. 
Easton. 

Amy, H. W. 

Keller, M. O. 
Edgeioood Park. 

Briggs, H. G. 
Elkins Park. 

Leopold, F. S. 

Wolf, H. L. 

Workman, A. C. 
Erie. 

Berst, J. M. 

Lamb, G. L. 

Russell, S. C. 
Everett. 

Bausch, M. M. 
Flourtown. 

Chandler, G. W. 

Crosby, P. S. 

Fort Washington. 
Wright, E. 

Franklin. 
Nesbit, C. 

George School. 

Ellis, L. R. 

Kirk, M. B. 

Ross, M. J. 
Glen Mills. 

Butler, M. 
Glenshaw. 

Shaw, C. T. 

Glenside. 

Caskey, E. E. . 
Greensburg. 

Brooks, E. H. 
Grove City. 

Barnes, L. 

Craig, B. 

Craig, M. 

Dale, J. 

Pearsall, D. O. 

Gwynedd. 
Bird, E. M. 
Jackson, A. W. 

Harrisburg. 
Bailey, E. 
Bailev, M. 
Ball, R. W. 
Fronheiser, M. D, 



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Jacobs, S. 
Lynch, C. 
Moffitt, R. C. 
Paxson, C. E. 
Pfuhl, S. A. 
Stambaugh, M. H. 
Strayer, H. C. 
Strayer, O. 

Haverford. 
Allinson, G. 
Bettle, E. 
Brown, B. 
Buffum, G. M. 
Cadbury, E. B. 
Cadbury, L. C. 
Cadbury, L. T. 
Chandlee, E. B. 
Cope, J. 
Dewees, S. J. 
Doheny, M. E. 
Gray, A. W. 
Hansell, H. 
Morice, J. R. 
Peirce, M. 
Pinney, E. 
Scattergood, A. 
Searle, M. A. 
Sharpless, H. 
Sharpless, K. T. 
Thomas, M. 
Tyson, H. E. 
Tyson, M. I. 
Utley, E. M. 
Watson, A. E. 
Willits, E. E. 
Winsor, M. 
Woodward, M. H. 

Hazleton. 

Bright, J. 

Jones, G. 
Highland Park. 

Birch, L. W. 
Hollidaysburg. 

Norris, M. R. 
Hummelstown. 

Walton, C. E. 

Walton, I,. S. 

Indiana. 

Beardwood, J. 

Jenkintown. 

Williams, H. E. 

Johnstown. 
Glenn, M. D. 
Glenn, R. 
Ramsey, E. Y. 
Thackray, M. 

Kennett Square. 
Belin, A. 

Lancaster. 

Barnett, H. M. 
Diller, S. 
Gerhard, A. H. 
Haas, A. M. 
Kieffer, J. B. 
Ross, J. 

Lansdale. 

Morgan, M. B. 

Lansdowne. 
Bishoff, R. S. 
Clements, H. T. 
Read, H. A. 
Thomas, E. C. 
Wilson, M. B. 



Lebanon. 
Light, B. J. 
Schmauk, E. M. 

Malvern. 

Haines, M. S. 
McKeesport. 

Price, M. 
Meadrille. 

Dreutlein, M. C. 

Leake, E. T. 

Nesbit, M. E. 

Media. 

Fetterman, M. G. 

Price, M. L. 

Walton, A. G. 
Mercer. 

McClellan, L. F. 
Mercersburg. 

Spanglei.H. M. 
Merion. 

Andrews, E. A. 

Andrews, I. J. 

Blake, S. A. 

Crawford, D. C. 

Delaplaine, M. C. 

Long, H. E. 

Savage, W. C. 

Schoff, E. G. 

Sellers, M. 

Stubbs, C. 

Willard, M. M. 

Mount Carmel. 

Mitchell, R. 
Mount Joy. 

Jeffers, E. T. 

Myerstown. 

Horst, M. E. 
Narberth. 

Batchelor, J. M. 

Cheney, E. H. 

Jefferies, M. S. 

Justice, C. L. 

Mann, E. M. 

Shearer, A. F. 

Sturgis, M. B. V. . 

Turner, G. 

Ward, M. E. 

New Brighton. 
Deitrick, E. 

New Castle. 
Pomeroy, L. 
Thomson, H. 

New Cumberland. 
Bretz, M. S. 

New Hope. 
Fulton, M. A. 

New Kensington. 
Breckenridge. M. J. 

New Wilmington. 

McLaughry. M. 
Norristown. 

Bevan, S. F. 

Eisenhower, A. B. 

Irish, F. C. 

Pyfer, I. M. 

Roberts, E. D. 

Ross, J. P. 

Ross, M. J. 

Trimble, H. B. 

Wildman, M. K. 
North East. 

Selkregg, C. H. 



Oaks. 

Wilson, H. A. 

Ogontz. 

Dixon, L. 
Paxtang. 

Thompson, F. N. 

Philadelphia. 

Abernethy, F. R. 
Adaire, N. 
Adler, M. O. 
Albertson, A. O. 
Alden, M. B. 
Alexander, H. D. 
Allen, J. 
Allis, M. E. 
Andrews, L. G. 
Ash, R. 
Austin, A. B. 
Bacon, M. H. 
Baird, C. 
Baltz, E. D. 
Bancroft, A. 
Barnett, G. M. 
Barstow, J. M. 
Bartholomew, G. 
Bartlett, M.- G. 
Berry, E. L. 
Biddle, M. G. 
Bird, D. M. 
Bishop, J. L. 
Blanc, Z. J. 
Blyth, E. A. 
Booth, A. M. 
Boring, L. T. 
Brash, C. 
Brodhead, G. R. 
Brown, A. H. 
Brusstar, M. E. 
Bryan, K. H. 
Brylawski, B. 
Bunting, M. 
Cadbury, C. W. 
Cannon, M. A. 
Carncross, H. 
Carroll, H. 
Cassel. G. H. 
Chesney, M. 
Cheynev, A. S. 
Child, D. 
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. 
Coles, T. P. 
Cooper, E. S. 
Corbus, F. K. 
Coyle. M. H. 
Crawford, E. W. 
Crawford, T. 
Darkow, A. C. 
Darrow, E. T. 
Davis, E. B. 
Davis, M. E. 
de Macedo, V. 
De Venish, A. C. 
Dietrich, G. E. 
Doan, M. 
Downing, J. C. 
Duncan, M. S. 
Earle, D. 



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Elock, G. M. 
Elder. G. A. 
Elder, L. R. 
Eldridge, I. S. 
Ellis, M. F. 
Elwell, R. P. 
Everett, J. H. 
Fanes, E. 
Farr, C. E. 
Fenollosa, B. 
Ferguson, M. R. 
Feurer, M. B. 
Fleisher, E. L. 
Fleming, H. E. 
Floersheim, E. W. 
Fox, E. R. 
Frederick, M. D. 
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. 
Graham, B. 
Greene, C. B. 
Grotevent, K. E. 
Haeverniek, E. 
Haines, A. J. 
Haines, M. H. 
Hall, A. L. 
Hall, E. H. 
Hallowell, B. 
Halpen, S. M. 
Harbeson, L. M. 
Harris, F. B. 
Harris, H. M. 
Harris, L. W. 
Harris, M. V. 
Harris, M. 
Hathaway, S. 
Head, H. F. 
Heisler, L. M. 
Hiestand, E. M. 
Hill, V. G, 
Hitchcock, F. 
Hodge, M. R. 
Hodges, L. F. 
Hollar, M. R. 
Horner, J. E. 
Howell, K. L. 
Howson, B. 
Hudson, M. E. 
Huey, K. 
Hutchin, E. F. 
Ingham, M. H. 
Irwin, A. M. 
Jackson, J. 
Jacobs, M. C. 
James, E. 
James, M. L. 
Janney, E. B. 
Joachim, R. E. 
Johnson, E. 
Johnson, M. L. 
Jones, J. M. 
Jurist, H. S. 
Justice, H. 
Kane, F. B. 
Katzenstein, J. H. 
Kendig, H. K. 
Kent, M. Y. 
Kessel, J. B. 
Kirk, H. R. 
Kirk, M. S. 
Kirkbride, E. B. 



Klein, G. 
Kraus, E. F. 
Ladd, M. E. 
Lamberton, A. 
Lamberton, H. 
Laser, L. J. 
Latta, M. D. 
Laughlin, A. 
Lautz, R. E. 
Lawrence, C. 
Lee, M. S. 
Le vinson, D. C. 
Lewis, Louise. 
Lewis, Lucy. 
Livingston, G. B. 
Lobdell, M. A. 
Loder, E. 
Loeb, M. H. 
Long, A. D. 
Longstreth, E. M. 
Loudon, M. L. 
Lynch, E. M. 
MacCracken, M. J. 
MacRae, E. 
Maguire, E. Y. 
Marcus, B. 
Maris, A. G. 
Mason, M. T. 
McCarthy, E. 
McCollin, K. W. 
McLean, C. F. 
McMullin, M. B. 
McMurtrie, F. E. 
McMurtrie, M. 
Mendendez, L. P. 
Mifflin, E. H. 
Miles, M. E. 
Miller, M. C. 
Miller, M. W. 
Miller, R. B. 
Mills, H. E. 
Mitchell, F. H. 
Mitchell, G. D. 
Mitchell, P. B. 
Morgan, M. C. 
Morris, J. P. 
Morris, M. 
Morris, W. S. 
Morton, S. W. 
Munroe, M. A. 
Murphy, E. H. 
Murtha, M. 
Neall, A. W. 
Nichols, H. H. 
Nichols, T. L. 
Niles, L. 
North, H. V. 
Norton, E. 
Ormsbee, H. G. 
Owen, C. M. 
Palmer, E. W. 
Parks, G. M. 
Patterson, A. D. 
Pennypacker, A. M. W. 
Pennypacker, E. B. 
Peters. E. M. 
Pottberg, E. E. 
Pugh, E. C. 
Randolph, H. 
Reeve, M. M. 
Reilly, M. 
Reinhardt, E. C. 
Reinhardt, E. M. 
Rhoads, R. E. 
Rice, E. F. 
Riegel, E. 
Robins, D. 
Robinson, V. P. 



Root, M. L. 
Rosenberg, E. M. 
Rosenheimer, B. 
St. John, F. A. 
Schamberg, H. R. 
Schoff, L. 
Schoneman, M. C. 
Scott, M. 
Seal, H. F. 
Seeds, I. M. 
Seeds, N. M. 
Selig, A. 
Shaffer, W. 
Sharp, H. W. 
Sheafer, K. E. 
Sheppard, I. 
Sheppard, M. 
Shipley, A. D. 
Shipley, E. T. 
Shoemaker, A. P. 
Skerrett, D. W. 
Smith, H. T. 
Smith, M. C. 
Solis-Cohen, E. E. 
Steinbach, E. H. 
Stoddard, V. T. 
Stokley, D. S. 
Stratton, A. 
Sutch, C. 
Tattersfield, E. H. 
Tattersfield, O. 
Taylor, I. 
Teller, F. E. 
Tetlow, F. H. 
Thomas, A. H. 
Thomas, E. M. 
Thompson, E. 
Thompson, E. O. 
Thompson, M. L. 
Todd, A. H. 
Tomkins, M. J. K. 
Tomlinson, J. 
Tracy, M. 
Trueman, M. E. 
Truitt, A. V. 
Turner, A. B. 
Tyler, M. G. 
Van Kirk, E. L. 
Van Kirk, S. F. 
Vick, E. P. 
Wagner, A. B. 
Wagner, C. F. 
Wagner, E. O. 
Wallace, L. G. 
Walters, A. B. 
Wayne, F. C. 
Weaver, M. E. 
Weil, M. 
Wells, A. M. 
Wells, E. 
Westling, C. H. 
Weston, F. S. 
Wetherill, E. 
Weygandt, S. 
White, L. F. 
Whiting, E. 
Wilkinson, A. L. 
Wilkinson, L. E. 
Wilson, E. D. 
Wilson, E. S. 
Wolf, B. 
Wolff, H. G. 
Woodruff, L. T. 
Wright, M. C. 
Wupperman, Z. G. 
Wyeth, H. E. 
Young, L. S. 
Young, R. 



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Zebley, H. M. 
Zeckwer, I. T. 

Pittsburgh. 
Belleville, D. 
Baggaley, E. 
Bixler, R. C. 
Bope, L. E. 
Breed, M. B. 
Brown, M. E. 
Campbell, A. C. 
Cox, L. H. 
Davidson, A. R. 
Easton, M. 
Ellis, S. F. 
Free, M. L. 
Guckenheimer, A. 
GufFey, M. E. 
Guilford, E. G. 
Hall, M. G. 
Harrison, J. P. 
Hornberger, A. W. 
Jones, V. 
Kingsbacher, G. 
Levy, E. S. 
Levy, R. J. 
List, M. K. 
Magoffin, H. F. 
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. 
Stevenson, E. J. 
Turner, D. M. 
Van Wagener, E. M. 
Vauclain, M. 
Yost, M. J. 

Pottstown. 

Garrigues, M. A. 
Hammer, C. P. 
Hammer, H. 
Healy, J. 

Pottsville. 
Boyer, A. A. 
Boyer, L. F. 
Bullock, E. S. 
Ulmer, E. E. 

Radnor. 

Dillin, M. S. 
Foulke, R. M. 
Hubbard, S. E. 
Kelley, O. M. 
Newkirk, A. M. F. 

Reading. 
Archer, C. 
Fegley, B. H. 
Loose, K. R. 
Sharman, L. M. 

Rosemont. 

Austin, M. H. 
Branson, F. G. 
Canan, M. H. 
Converse, M. E. 
Dean, A. E. 
Fleck, H. M. 
Ford, G. M. 
Garrett, M. R. 
Goff, L. 

Ramsey, H. M. 
Reilly, A. A. 



Richards, M. S. 
Ryan, M. C. 
Vauclain, A. 

Rydal. 

Carroll, E. M. 
Chapin, E. B. 

St. Clair. 
Daddow, V. 

St. Davids. 
Buzby, A. K. 
Tull, A. W. 
Yeatts, M. D. 

Scranton. 
Hunt, F. E. 
Jenks, M. 
Jones, D. M. 
Jones, H. E. 
McAnulty, A. 
Storrs, J. 

Sewickley. 

Congdon, E. 

Morris, F. H. 

Shaw, K. L. 

Taylor, B. A. 

Taylor, M. S. 
Shamokin. 

Llewellyn, E. G. 

McWilliams, I. C. 

Sharon Hill. 
Baird, J. 
Baird, M. 

Sheridan. 

Chauvenet, V. R. 
Somerset. 

Zimmerman, S. A. 

Southampton. 
Durand, M. P. 

South Bethlehem. 

Dudley, M. 
Spring Grove. 

Niles, J. 
State College. 

Crowell, C. 

MacDonald, M. B. 

Pond, M. 

Yarnall, E. 
Strafford. 

Weadley, L. B. 
Summit Hill. 

Schneider, N. R. 

Swarthmore. 
Ashton, D. L. 
Bechtel, D. 
Clothier, H. H. 
Hall, F. 
Jackson, A. W. 
MacElree, H. 

Three Tuns. 
Downs, E. W. 

Titusville. 
Chase, M. 

Troy. 

Nearing, D. 

Tullytown. 
Bell, E. R. 

Tyrone. 
La Porte, M. D. 

Washington. 
McKeehan, M. M. 
Thompson, S. K. 



Wawa. 

Pennell, H. S. 
Wayne. 

Bright, M. D. 

Howson, A. 

Roberts, K. D. 

Wood, A. P. 

Wood, R. B. I. 
West Chester. 

Darlington, B. W. 

Eberman, E. 

Garrigues, R. 

Heritage, G. L. 

MacElree, M. 

Mendinhall, M. A. 

Price, A. 

Shipley, M. M. 

Smith, C. 

Thompson, C. R. 

West Conshohocken. 

Crawford, E. L. 
West Grove. 

Cadbury, H. W. 
West Pittston. 

Steele, E. R. 

Westtown. 

DeLong, I. L. 
Hartshorne, A. 
McManus, C. E. 
Sharpless, A. C. 

White Haven. 
Tattershall, L. M. 

Whitemarsh. 

Heffern, A. C. 
Whitford. 

Chandler, M. J. 

Newlin, A. H. 

Thomas, M. G. 

Wilkes Barre. 

Atherton, E. G. 

Atherton, E. R. 

Atherton, S. H. 

Evans, M. A. 

Harnish, B. M. 

Strauss, E. T. 

Thomas, J. D. 

Thomas, L. M. 
Wilkinsburg. 

Goldsmith, S. S. 

Williamsport. 

Galbraith, A. W. 

Huff, H. N. 

Lyon, H. C. B. 
Wynnewood. 

West, A. E. 
York. 

Baechle, C. I. 

Chapin, H. 

Rupp, S. E. 

Schmidt, M. R. 

Stair, M. K. 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

Manila. 

Bartholomew, C. 
Willits, V. W. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Bristol. 

DuVal, K. I. 
Newport. 

Foulke, L. 

Weaver, E. W. N. 



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Providence. 
Barber, H. D. 
Bates, M. E. 
Brownell, J. L. 
Carpenter, H. T. 
Emery, A. C. 
Hallett, S. N. 
King, L. S. 
Lawton, G. E. 
Maltby, O. D. 
Morton, C. M. 
Murtha, M. W. 
Palmer, H. R. 
Robertson, H. C. 
Smythe, H. G. 
Thayer, A. C. 
Worch, M. 

Slatersville. 

Nields, E. 
Westerly. 

Sharpless, L. T. 
Woonsocket. 

Edwards, E. 

Phillips, G. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Camden. 

Thompson, C. M. 

Charleston. 
Bryan, H. K. 

Newberry. 

Mower, M. 
Spartanburg. 

Crane, E. C. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Mobridge. 

Johnson, R. V. 

TENNESSEE. 

Bridgeport. 
Huff, F. J. 

Chattanooga. 

Chamberlain, S. W. 

Mitchell, B. M. 

Montague, M. 

Smartt, M. K. 
Knoxville. 

Bain, E. 

Kehr, M. W. 

Memphis. 
Webb, E. 

Nashville. 

Field, A. M. 

Norris, B. C. 

Sisson, E. I. 

Witherspoon, P. 
South Pittsburgh. 

Lodge, E. H. 

TEXAS. 

Austin. 

Horton, G. P. 
Reymershoffer, G. 
Townes, A. C. 

Corsicana. 

Stuart, A. A. 
Dallas. 

Buxton, C. F. 

Clark, A. W. 

Cockrell, J. E. 

Cockrell, M. 



Dabney, E. C. 
Howard, M. E. 
Perkins, L. 
Platter, M. H. 
Scruggs, M. 
Taber, M. H. 
Fort Worth. 
Greeley, H. R. 

Galveston. 

Keiller, M. M. 
Keiller, V. H. 
Kenison, L. 

Houston. 
Hirsch, G. 

Port Arthur. 
Calfee, M. A. 

San Antonio. 
Branson, A. M. 
Jarvis, M. M. 
Lippoldt, G. L. 
Noble, E. 

Taylor. 

De Armond, E. M. 

Vernon. 
Robey, W. 

Waco. 

Eastland, N. E. 
Sanborne, S. M. 

UTAH. 

Linwood. 

Garrett, H. A. 

Salt Lake City. 
Colton, C. B. 
de Schweinitz, A. 
Rodi, I. 
Williams, K. 



VERMONT. 

Burlington. 
Child, C. M. 
Ogden, E. S. 
Waldo, A. G. 

Castleton. 

Clark, D. M. 

St. Albams. 

Greene, D. 
St. Johnsbury. 

Stevens, L. 
West Hartford. 

Keen, D. 

VIRGINIA. 

Boyce. 

Meade, A. M. 

Camp Lee. 
Hazen, A. P. 

Charlottesville. 

Darkow, M. D. 

Westling, C. A. 
Clarendon. 

Rumpill, H. D. B. 

Danville. 

Shamburger, M. I. 

Hampton. 

Price, A. M. 
Healing Springs. 

Albertson, 2nd, M. 

Webster, M. W. 



Ivor. 

Raiford, L. 

White, D. B. 
Leesburg. 

Canby, C. G. 
Lynchburg. 

Gerhard, E. H. 

Harvey, H. F. 

Lewis, E. D. L. 

Norfolk. 

Collins, G. W. 
Jenkins, E. L. 

Orange. 

Lee, M. M. 
Petersburg. 

Henderson, H. H. L. 

McKenney, V. S. 
Richmond. 

Crenshaw, F. G. 

Houston, J. T. 

McFaden, N. F. 

Minor, C. 

Page, A. 

Runyon, M. B. 

Sampson, M. D. 

Scott, M. W. 

Rosslyn. 

Adams, S. F. 
Staunton. 

Howard, J. C. 

Upperville. 
Glascock, E. 

WASHINGTON. 

Colfax. 

Failing, K. F. 

Seattle. 

Brown, A. L. 

Cooper, E. 

Dabney, E. 

Loring, M. W. 

Popejoy, L. E. 

Powell, L. R. 

Rhodes, A. E. 

Ryan, M. T. 

Strong, A. L. 
Selleck. 

Sweet, E. 
Spokane. 

Edmand, M. J. 
Tacoma. 

Meredith, R. 

Vennum, M. D. 

Underwood. 
Ballard, J. M. 

Walla Walla. 
Dean, H. L. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Charleston. 

Collins, P. 
Charles Town. 

Harrison, J. L. 
Clarksburg. 

Curtin, F. B. 

Hinton. 

Beliekowsky, S. 

Nitro. 

Johnston, E. H. 

Wheeling. 

Walton, C. A. 



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Geographical Distribution 



WISCONSIN. 

Antigo. 

Latta, M. A. 
Upham, S. D. 

Appleton. 
Dudley, L. 

Beloit. 

Grabill, W. 

Brodhead. 

McNair, G. E. 

Madison. 

Comstock, M. C. E. 
Conrad, E. 
Ely, A. M. 
Fabin, M. C. 
Fay, M. V. 



Fuller, C. B. 
Hopkins, E. 
Morgan, L. B. 
Proudfit, J. V. 
Schiedt, A. E. 
Schock, C. F. 
Sterling, S. A. 
Torelle, E. 
Van Hise, A. R. 
Van Hise, M. J. 
Vilas, M. 

Marsh, field. 
Shapiro, R. 

Milwuakee. 
Camp, M. M. 
Eschweiler, H. L. 
Fletcher, K. S. 



Johnstin, R. F. 
Miller, L. I. 
Murray, A. L. 
Palmer, E. M. 
Ross, E. 
Sceets, L. A. 
Van Dyke, N. D. 
Wahl, M. L. 

Platteville. 
Moss, C. L. 

Ripon. 

Goodrich, G. G. 

WYOMING. 

Basin. 

Burton, C. P. 



AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 

Vienna. 
Cable, M. L. 
Haynes, M. S. 
Whitney 3rd, E. F. 

CANADA. 

Brandon. 

Fraser, J. 
Cobourg. 

Jones, L. L. 

Halifax. 

Lindsay, F. J. 
Stewart, A. A. 

Kingston. 
Gordon, W. 
North way, M. I. 

Montreal. 
Allen, R. 
Brooks, H. 
Brown, V. L. 

Newmarket. 

Davis, M. 
Ottawa. 

Ewart, J. C. 

Hanington, F. 
Quebec. 

Graham, E. M. 
Toronto. 

de Beauregard, E. T. 

Hamilton, E. P. 

Kevs, F. V. 

Millman, M. H. 

Newton, E. H. 

Parsons, V. L. 

Thomson, A. E. 

Waddell, M. E. G. 
Vancouver. 

Marcuse, B. 

Matheson, W. 

Winnipeg. 

Durand, E. P. 

Rowell, M. C. 
York Mills, Ontario. 

Shenstone, M. E. 

CHINA. 

Canton. 

Arthurs, A. C. 



FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 

Johnson, A. 
Starkey, C. B. 

Hunan. 

Van Wagenen, K. H. 

Nanking. 

Beebe, M. H. 
Shipley, M. B. 

Peking. 

Boring, A. M. 

Porter, K. 
Shanghai. . 

Bates, M. H. 

Belleville, M. E. 

Eastham, W. W. 

Ward, J. S. 

Shensi. 

Murdoch, C. S. 

Shaowu. 

Goodwin, M. M. 

Ropes, A. R. 
Wuchang. 

Scott, K. E. 
Yangchow. 

Sampson, A. Pi. 

CUBA. 

Holquin. 

McCracken, B. 

DENMARK. 

Ttoskilde. 
Olsen, S. Y. 

ECUADOR. 

Guayaquil. 
Lovell, A. 

EGYPT. 

Cairo. 

Kirkbride, M. A. 



ENGLAND. 

Bedford. 

Skinner, M. G. 

Birmingham. 
King, R. E. A. 
May, E. G. 



Cambridge. 

Hutchinson, A. R. 

Massey, I. M. 

Smith, M. S. 
Cheltenham. 

Purdie, E. 

Croydon. 
Earle, J. M. 
Hudson, H. P. 

Darlington. 
Ashley, A. M. 

Dorking. 

Mitchell, C. T. 

Englefield Green. 
Cam, H. M. 

Great Bridge. 
Davis, E. 

Highgate. 

Hooper, E. S. 
King's Lynn. 

Everett, D. 

Kinson. 

Morrow, C. N. E. 

Liverpool. 

Edwards, E. M. 
Harrison, E. 

London. 

Albertson, L. M. 
Ashford, E. B. 
Atkinson. M. 
Clothier, E. 
Costelloe, R. C. 
Dismorr, M. S. 
Douglas, A. 
Dudley, H. 
Henderson, H. G. 
Hicks, A. M. 
Hume, M. 
Jones, E. L. 
McCook, C. A. 
Minturn, M. 
Parrish, E. 
Roberts, C. G. M. 
Seymour, E. D. 
Smith, A. W. P. 
Tevis, J. A. 

Louth. 

Longbottom, G. 



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Manchester. 

Jackson, M. K. 
Lamb, D. 
May, E. G. 
Sheavyn, P. A. B. 

Mayfield. 

Saunders, O. E. 
N ewcastle-on-Tyne. 

Hardcastle, F. 

Oxford. 

Porter, M. W. 

Penzance. 

Challen, L. R. 
Plymouth. 

Sherwood, E. L. 

Radlett. 

Costelloe, K. E. M. C. 
Rotherham. 

Smith, E. M. 
Sheffield. 

Mathews, I. M. 
Sedbergh. 

Macfadzean, A. M. 
Steyning. 

Spencer, M. D. 

FRANCE. 

Chateauroux. 

Galabert, J. M.. 
Giverny par Vernon. 

Jones, A. 
Savonnihre. 

Coleman, A. C. 
Montrouge. 

Tertois, Y. 
Paris. 

Baldwin, E. F. 

Bixler, R. C. 

Bond, E. M. 

Brown, H. D. 

Brownell, M. G. 

Cadbury, L. T. 

Chandlee, E. A. 

Channing, A. 

Cruice, L. N. 

Dessau, E. 

Dougherty, E. 

Dudley, L. 

Elwood, C. P. 

Ely, G. S. 

Evans, H. R. 

Fairbanks, C. 

Faulkner, E. 

Fuller, J. A. 

Hendrickson, A. 

Laws, B. M. 

Lounsbery, G. C. 

Macfarlane, K. S. 

Reichenbach, L. V. 

Sattler, J. 

Welles, C. 
Not Stated. 

Ayer, E. 

Baldwin, D. de F. 

Bontecou, M. 

Bradway, M. S. 

Bryant, C. R. 

Burchard, A. E. 

Carrdre, A. M. 

Chase, H. S. 

Cons, J. 

Cox, D. H. 



Davis, E. B. 
Dulles, E. L. 
Egan, M. M. 
Emerson, H. 
Fell, E. N. 
Ferris, F, C. 
Follansbee, S. D. 
Gardner, J. A. 
Guy, R. A. 
Hall, M. 
Hammitt, R. 
Hardon, A. F. 
Harlan, A. E. 
Haydock, L. L. 
Hatch, L. 
Holliday, M. E. 
Holmes, H. B. 
Irvine, M. A. 
James, R. T. 
Kellen, C. 
Kellogg, F. M. 
Kerr, K. 
King, H. M. 
Kirk, E. B. 
Kuttner, A. G. 
Lauder, F. 
Litchfield, V. de S. 
Lowerey, M. M. 
Miller, A. C. 
Miller, A. W. 
Morriss, M. S. 
Morrow, A. E. 
Nichols, S. F. 
North, D. 
Porter, H. L. K. 
Putnam, S. 
Richards, A. 
Scattergood, M. 
Sergeant, E. S. 
Steiner, A. L. 
Stevens, C. 
Strauss, M. L. 
Sturgis, H. R. 
Taylor, M. 
Tongue. M. V. 
Trevett, L. F. 
Utley, C. 
Warren, M. E. 
Waterbury, A. F. 
Wattriss, N. 
White, A. E. 
White, M. R. 
Winter, A. M. 

GERMANY. 

Berlin. 

Auerbach, L. 

Engelmann, S. C. 

Ewald, M. 

Haas, J. 

Hackenberg, E. M. 

Hoehne, F. 

Kleine, H. 

Rehder, M. K. 
Bischofsburg. 

Gerlach, E. 

Dresden. 

Spreckels, E. M. 

Geestemunde. 
Bolwin, L. 

Gottingen. 
Klein, E. 
Roe, A. B. 

Grossharthau. 
Ropes, E. M. 



Hamburg. 

Behrens, M. E. J. 

Kollund. 
Rehder, M. 

Magdeburg. 

Caspar, A. 
Munster. 

Vogel, F. 

Raestrup. 

Beermann, E. 

Stuttgart. 

Biilz, M. 
Wurzburg. 

Heffner, B. 

OGrady, M. I. 
Zoppot bei Danzig. 

Ewerth, M. 

GREECE. 

Athens. 

Bley, H. M. 

Lefkas. 
Palmer, E. 

HOLLAND. 

Rotterdam. 
Wehle, F. B. 

INDIA. 

Bombay. 

Atherton, M. G. 

Hedges, M. M. 
H amir pur. 

Thompson, F. D. 

IRELAND. 

Belfast. 

Poulton, E. M. 

ITALY. 

Florence. 

Hunt, E. 
Rome. 

Dame, K. 

Taylor, L. R. 

Van Deman, E. 

Not Stated. 
Bissell, B. G. 
Claflin, C. I. 
Taylor, G. E. 

JAPAN. 

Hyogo-Ken. 

Hitotsuyanagi, M. 

Kanagawaken. 
Gilmour, L. 

Kanda. 

Kawai, M. 

Kangkii. 
Ott, H. M. 

Kyoto. 

Matsuda, M. 

Mito. 

Sharpless, E. F. 
Nagasaki. 

Kidwell, L. M. 
Tokyo. 

Dogura, M. 

Goodnow, L. R. 

Hoshino, A. 



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Lewis, A. G. 
Sato, R. 
Suzuki, U. 
Tsuda, U. 

Yokahoma. 

Godfrey, D. 
Not Stated. 

Smith, C. L. 

MEXICO. 

Mexico City. 
Riegel, H. 

PERSIA. 

Hamadan. 
Case, C. C. 

PORTO RICO. 

Ensenada. 

Dillingham, L. B. 
Strauss, E. T. 
Spencer, F. G. C. 

RUSSIA. 

Buzuluk. 

White, E. M. 
Not Stated. 

Haines, A. J. 

SCOTLAND. 

Dumfries. 
Cam, N. 

Edinburgh. 

Rackstraw, M. 

Greenock. 

Borthwick, A. 



SOUTH AFRICA. 

Wellington. 
Sargent, H. A. 

SPAIN. 

Madrid. 

Palmer, L. M. 

SWITZERLAND. 

Geneva. 

Clark, E. M. 
Erismann.P. A. C. 

Zurich. 

Clarke, S. L. 

TURKEY. 

Constantinople 
Miller, B. 

ADDRESS UNKNOWN. 

Andrews, E. A. F. 
Archbald, A. 
Arnold, D. H. C. 
Ashburner, E. A. 
Atkinson, M. 
Bacon, E. M. 
Barnes, A. C. 
Barritt, J. E. 
Bash, A. B. 
Battersby, E. J. 
Belart, H. 
Beyfuss, M. F. B. 
Bibb, G. B. 
Brand, H. P. 
Briggs, H. G. 
Briggs, N. 
Bunker, M. R. 
Butler, F. H. 
Clark, Z. E. 



Clough, I. P. 
Cooper, I. R. 
Dexrud, O. C. 
Downing, M. 
Emmons, E. W. 
Emory, L. V. B. 
Goddard, G. 
Goldsmith, S. 
Hann, A. T. 
Hattersley, M. 
Hulbert, N. M. 
Hunnicutt, G. O. 
Iringer, I. L. 
Jones, G. L. 
Kimball, M. H. 
King, M. G. 
Lark, M. L. 
Lawatschek, E. W. 
Lucas, E. 
Lucy, S. B. 
Lynch, N. 
Mabury, B. 
Mayhew, V. A. 
Montgomery, H. M. 
Moore, E. B. 
Orvis, G. S. 
Rendel, F. E. 
Schmidt, A. 
Shipley, M. E. 
Sollenberger, M. 
Southerland, H. R. 
Steenberg, B. 
Sweet, M. 
Upperman, E. B. 
Urdahl, M. 
Van Reypen, A. L. 
Willett, J. L. 
Winterbotham, G. F. 
Wolcott, L. 
Yardley, V. G. 



Abbott, Madeline Vaughan. 
Albro, Alice Hopkins. 
Allyn, Susan Frances. 
Armstrong, Marguerite B. 
Atkinson, Emily Niernsde. 
Atwater, Ethelwyn Morrill. 
Austin, Annette. 
Baker, Bessie. 
Baldwin, Juliet Catherine. 
Barr, Dora. 

Bedinger, Anna Moore. 
Biedenbach, Mary Estella 

Dolores. 
Blauvelt, Anne Fleming. 
Blauvelt, Elisabeth Hedges. 
Bolles, Helen Marion. 
Bolton-Smith, Louise. 
Bratlie, Elsa Sophie. 
Brigham, Pauline Wight. 
Brodie, Elizabeth Harris. 
Buchanan, Isabel. 
Buster, Frances Estelle. 
Carey, Frances King. 
Chapin, Helena. 
Chenault, Sue Shirley. 
Clapp, Anna Verpla ck. 
Clarke, Anna Huidekoper. 
Clemens, Olivia Susan. 



DEATHS. 

Cole, Dorothea. 
Colin, Thdrese F. 
Cooksey, Margaret. 
Curtis, Margaret. 
Daugherty, Ellouise. 
Dixon, Marion. 
Douglas, Nellie Woods. 
Duror, Caroline Austin. 
Emerson, Ruth. 
Erben, Helen. 
Evans, Adelaide Rebecca. 
Evans, Rebecca Miller. 
Fairclough, E. M. 
Fanshawe, Leonora. 
Ferguson, Lydia Sophia. 
Forbes, Margaret. 
Foster, Mary Maclntire. 
Gardner, Claribel. 
Garlow, Lulu. 
Gentry, Ruth. 
Gibson, Adeline Pepper. 
Giles, Ellen Rose. 
Gowen, Emmeline. 
Griffith, Elizabeth Mingus. 
Gusky, Mary Esther. 
Hackney, Henryanna Clay. 
Harrington, Emily Bevan. 
Harris, Jane Howell. 



Hecht, Adelheid. 
Heike, Louise Ottilie. 
Henry, Jessie Kellogg. 
Herrmann, Rose Sylphina. 
Higginson, Mary Hamot. 
Hillman, Elizabeth. 
Holland, Mary Elizabeth. 
Howe, Emily Cumming. 
Howland, Marcella. 
Hunt, Helen Dunlap. 
Hurd, Helen Elisabeth. 
Jackson, Frances Appleton. 
James, Mary Denver. 
Kaufmann, Irene Saidie. 
Kellen, Ruth. 
Lambert, Helen. 
Lepper, Minerva Augusta. 
Lewis, Constance. 
Lewis, Ella Beasten. 
Lundie, Elizabeth Helen. 
Lyon, Frances Witter. 
Mann, Carrie Alice. 
Mappin, Lillian M. 
Martin, Jean Baker. 
Marshall, Ruth Elizabeth. 
McKenney, Clara Justine. 
McMahan, Una. 
Mead, Helen Douglas. 



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Miller, Mary Elizabeth. 
Mitchell.Charlotte Barnard . 
Moore, Hannah Irene. 
Moore, Lydia. 
Milller, Anna. 
Muzzey, Marie Ella. 
O'Neil. Elizabeth B. 
Orbison, Agnes Louise. 
Paschall, Annie Goode. 
Patterson, Mary Grafton. 
Peck, Helen Lucile. 
Pour6sy, Madeleine Sarah 

Titaua. 
Powers, Anna. 
Price, Marjorie Gertrude. 
Randall, Ruth. 
Reade, Mabelle Constance. 
Reeves, Katherine. 
Reid, Estelle. 
Rhodes, Lucretia. 
Richards, Adeline Mayo. 
Richards, Annabella Elliott 
Ritchie, Mary Helen. 
Robbins, Harriet. 
Robinson, Constance. 
Ross, Frances Lubbe. 
Sampson, Edith F. 



Schaeffer, HelenElizabeth. 

Scofield, jane. 

Seligman, Violet. 

Shipley, Margueita. 

Shoemaker, Jane Cushing. 

Shoemaker, Martha. 

Simpson, Florence. 

Simpson, Frances Marion. 

Sinclair, Elsie Campbell. 

Sinclair, Isabelle Aiken. 

Smedley, Elizabeth B. 

Smith, Louise Tunstall. 

Smith, Mary Fairbank. 

Snyder, M. G. 

Stephens, Mary. 

Stevens, Mary Picton. 

Stevens, Nettie Maria. 

Swift, Elizabeth. 

Taylor, Mary Lewis. 

Thiebaud, Marguerite. 

Thompson, Elizabeth Tay- 
lor. 

Thome, Luella H. 

Trowbridge, Katharine. 

Tunbridge, Helen Eliza- 
beth. 



Vallely, Eleanor. 

VanNorden.Emma Phillips . 

Vickers, Lillian. 

Von Gerber, Whilhelmina 
Georgina Marie. 

Vosburgh, Isabella Marion. 

Walker, Esther. 

Waller, Ruby Leora. 

Watson, Florence Mehita- 
bel. 

Weld, Eloise Minot. 

Wergeland, Agnes Ma- 
thilde. 

Wheeler, May L. 

Wheeler, Winifred Fay. 

Whitall, Margaret Cooper. 

Whitall, Margaret Millan. 

White, Lulu Johnson. 

Wigg, Harriet Ella. 

Wilder, Laura. 

Willetts, Katherine Taber. 

Wischan, Pauline. 

Woerishoffer, Carola. 

Worthington, Mary Doro- 
thy Whitall. 

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INDEX. 



(The names of deceased are printed in italics.) 



Abbott, F. N., 96 

Abbott, Mrs. F. (Vauclain, M.), 75 

Abbott, M. V. {Mrs. C. E. Bushnell), 14 

Abernethy, F. R., 14 

Able, Mrs. S. T. (Shafer, G. A.), 165 

Ackerman, Mrs F. T. (Brooks, F. A.), 135 

Adair, E., 14 

Adaii, H., 84, 181 

Adaire, N., 8 

Adams, Mrs. C. L. (Greely, A.), 38 

Adams, Edith, 96 

Adams, Ewing (Mrs. E. 0. Baker), 131 

Adams, E. R. (Mrs. F. N. Lewis), 14 

Adams, E. D., 96 

Adams, J. St. J. (Mis. D. MacDougall), 

131 
Adams, L. E. W., 81 
Adams, S. F. (Mrs. B. Johnson), 14 
Adams, S. W. (Mrs. A. P. Brooks), 131 
Adler, Mrs H. M. (Porter, F.), 60 
Adler, M. O. (Mrs. L. Schwartz), 194 
Agg, R., 96 

Aiken, Mrs. H. R. (Warner, A. H.), 76 
Akers, D. C. (Mrs. S. M. Travers), 96 
Akers, R. F., 131 
Albee, M. H. (Mis. E. L. Uhl), 8 
Albert, G., 8 
Albertson, A. O., 14 
Albertson, A. M. (Mrs. L. Collins), 97 
Albertson, L. M. (Mrs. J. W. Tierney) , 14 
Albertson, 2nd, Mary, 14 
Albro, A. H. (Mrs. C. A. Barker), 14 
Alden, M. B. (Mrs E. S. Lane), 14 
Alden, Mrs. M. L. (Waikentine.E. W.1, 172 
Alden, R. W., 14 
Aldrich, S. K., 183 
Aldrich, Mrs. T. (Little, E. L.), 51 
Alexander, H. D., 131 
Alexander, Mrs. J. (Hill, V. G.), 42 
Alexander, W. B. (Mrs. J. H. Browning), 

14 
Allard, B., 84, 180 
Allen, D. B., 183 
Allen, E. B., 14 
Allen, E., 97 

Allen, F. D. (Mrs. F. S. Hackett), 15 
Allen, H. H., 131 



Allen, H. E., 8 

Allen, J., 15 

Allen. J. (Mrs. F. M. Andrews), 131 

Allen, M. S., 15 

Allen, M. N., 15 

Allen, M. W., 131 

Allen, R. (Mrs. D. J. Evans), 131 

Allen, R. N., 97 

Allen, R. L., 131 

Allen, Mrs. W. W., Jr. (Blair, A. K.), 99 

Ailing, C. E., 131 

Allinson, Mrs. E. P. (Shipley, M. M-P.), 

165 
Allinson, Mrs. F. G. (Emery, A. C.), 5 
Allinson, G. (Mrs. C. S. Taylor), 131 
Allinson, S. C. (Mrs. H. C. Emery), 15 
Allis, M. E., 15 

Allison, E. M. (Mrs. P. A. Jesberg), 97 
Allison, F. E., 183 

Allnutt, Mrs. S. R. (Crosby, P. S.), 28 
Allport, C. E. (Mrs. M. Fleming), 131 
Allport, H. H., 15 

Allyn, S. F. (.Mrs. H. T. Moore), 132 
Almack, M. R., 84, 180 
Alsop, S. K. (Mrs W. B. Bell), 132 
Ambler, Mrs H. H. (Lauder, F.), 115 
Ambrister, M. (Mrs. R. T. Wyche), 97 
Ames, A. (Mrs. B. Crothers), 132 
Ames, E. (Mrs. C. B. Stevens), 132 
Ames, M. (Mrs. C. F. Wright), 132 
Ames, S. H. (Mrs. S. Borden, Jr.), 132 
Amiss, M., 97 

Amram, Mrs. D. W. (Brylawski, B.), 136 
Anderson, A., 132 

Anderson, Mrs. A. (Rand, E. C), 162 
Anderson, C. L., 15 
Anderson, Mrs. C. S. (Green, P.), 146 
Anderson, E. M. (Mrs. F. B. Campbell), 132 
Anderson, E. T., 183 
Anderson, Mrs. L. A. (Urdahl, M.), 8 
Anderton, V. W., 183 
Andrews, Mrs. B. (Hoyt, E. M.), 150 
Andrews, Mrs. C. McL. (Walker, E. H.), 

75 
Andrews, E. A. F., 132 
Andrews, E. A., 15 
Andrews, Mrs. E. A. (Foulke, G.), 144 



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Andrews, E., 132 

Andrews, Mrs. F. M. (Allen, J.), 131 

Andrews, I. J., 15 

Andrews, L. G., 15 

Andrews, M. B., 15 

Angel, Mrs. J. (Seymour, E. D.), 13 

Angell, Mrs. E. (Sergeant, K.), 67 

Angell, Mrs. J. W. (Jeffries, H. H.), 113 

Annan, H. C. (Mrs. A. H. Scribner), 15 

Annan, Mrs. R. (Green, A. B.), 38 

Anthony, A., 15 

Anthony, E. F. (Mrs. F. W. Robbins), 15 

Apthorp, Mrs. R. E. (Williams E.), 78 

Archbald, A. (Silvey, Mrs. W.), 15 

Archbald, M. T., 183 

Archbald, R. S. (Mrs. H. Little), 132 

Archer, C., 15 

Archibald, S. E. (Mrs. J. A. Macintosh), 

97 
Armfield, Mrs. F. (Armfield, L.), 97 
Armfield, L. (Armfield, Mrs. F.), 97 
Armstrong, Mrs. J. (Stout, K. H.), 168 
Armstrong, M. B., 15 
Arnold, D. H. C., 15 
Arnold, F., 132 

Arnold, Mrs. H. N. (Blum, S.), 134 
Arnold, I. H., 183 

Arnstein, Mrs. W. (Sussman, A.), 168 
Amy, H. W. (Mrs. G. C. Macan, Jr.), 132 
Aronson, Mrs. J. D. (Goldsmith, S. S.), 37 
Arthurs, A. C, 15 

Arthurs, M. M. (Mrs. J. F. Supplee, Jr.), 15 
Ash, R., 15 

Ashbrook, Mrs. W. S. (Janney, M.), 151 
Ashburner, E. A., 97 
Ashford, E. B., 97 
Ashley, A. M., 97 
Ashley, E. H., 132 
Ashley, M. P., 15 
Ashton, D. L., 15 
Ashwell, G. I. (Mrs. E. H. Raymond, 

Jr.), 15 
Atherton, E. G., 132 
Atherton, E. R., 16 
Atherton, L. P. (Mrs. S. Dickey), 16 
Atherton, M. G. (Mrs. D. B. Updegraff), 16 
Atherton, S. H., 16 
AtkiDS, E. L. (Mrs. E. B. Davis), 16 
Atkins, S. F. (Mrs. T. R. Kackley), 16 
Atkinson, E. N., 132 
Atkinson, M. (Mrs. Palmer), 84 
Atkinson, M. J. (Mrs. G. Watson), 16 
Atwater, E. M. (Mrs. A. H. Cleveland), 132 
Atwater, S. M., 132 
Auerbach, L. H., 97 
Augur, M. A., 132 
Austin, A. B., 16 
Austin, A., 132 
Austin. D., 132 



Austin, M. H. (Mrs. B. T. Converse), 16 

Aven, A. W. (Mrs. W. M. Whittington), 84 

Avery, D. S., 16 

Ayer, E., 16 

Ayer, M. H. (Mrs. C. Barnes), 16 

Ayer, M. F. (Mrs. J. E. Rousmaniere) , 16 

Ayers, Mrs. T. W. (Wood, M.), 79 

Babb, Mrs. B. F. (White, D. B.), 130 

Babbitt, M. E., 16 

Babcock, L„ 180 

Babcock, R. (Mrs. C. P. Deems), 16 

Babson, Mrs. S. G. (Campbell, G. B.), 23 

Bacon, E. McC. (Mrs. Aa. L. Smith), 16 

Bacon, M. H., 16 

Badiate-Zonca, Mrs. J. (Willett, J. L.), 174 

Baechle, C. I., 16 

Baggaley, E. (Mrs. A. R. Carroll), 132 

Bailey, E. (Mrs. H. M. Gross), 132 

Bailey, E. D. (Mrs. R. E. Speer), 132 

Bailey, G. R., 183 

Bailey, M., 16 

Bailey, M. E., 16 

Bailey. Mrs. M. H. (Houston, J. T.), 44 

Bain, E. (Mrs. G. L. Swiggett), 97 

Bain, O. L. (Mrs. P. H. Kittle), 132 

Baird, A. R. (Mrs. M. Roesler), 132 

Baird, C. (Mrs. H. S. Jeanes), 133 

Baird, C. M., 183 

Baird, Mrs. D. G. (Wagner, E. O.), 172 

Baird, J., 16 

Baird, L., 16 

Baird, M., 16 

Baker, B.. 97 

Baker, Mrs. C. A. (Johnston, M. L.), 151 

Baker, E. G. (Mrs. H. H. Jessup), 17 

Baker, Mrs. E. O. (Adams, E.), 131 

Baker, Mrs. J. H. (Tull, L.), 129 

Baker, M. W. (Mrs. A. H. Brooks), 84 

Baker, Mrs. M. (Strong, M. TJ.), 126 

Baker, M. E., 97 

Baker, P., 17 

Baker, V., 17 

Bakewell, Mrs. C. M. (Palmer, M.), 59 

Balch, E. G., 17 

Balch, M. C, 17 

Baldauf, C. (Mrs. F. J. Fohs), 133 

Balderston, E. G., 17 

Baldwin, A. M., 97 

Baldwin, Mrs. A. T. (Smitheman, H. P.), 

69 
Baldwin, D. de F., 17 
Baldwin, E. F., 17 

Baldwin, Mrs. G. H. (Bryan, H. K.), 136 
Baldwin, G. P. (Mrs. I. L. White), 133 
Baldwin, H. E., 183 
Baldwin, J. C, 17 
Baldwin, M., 183 



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Baldwin, S. A. (Mrs. M. F. Bristol), 133 
Ball, R. W., 17 

Ballagh, Mrs. J. C. (Jackson, J.), 150 
Ballard, Mrs. F. W. (Todhunter, B. C), 

128 
Ballard, J. M. (Mrs. H. L. Geary), 133 
Ballard, Mrs. T. P. (Keay, F. A.), 47 
Ballin. F. A., 133 
Ballin, M. H., 133 

Ballinger, Mrs. L. (Matlees, A.), 155 
Ballou, M. A., 98 
Ballou, M. H., 183 
Balmer, Mrs. J. P. (Congdon, L.), 27 
Baltz, E. D. (Mrs. J. M. Fultz), 17 
Balz, M., 98 
Bamberger, Mrs. A. J. (Floersheim, E. W.), 

144 
Bancroft, A., 133 

Bancroft, A. L. (Mrs. W. H. Pierce), 133 
Bancroft, J. M. (Mrs. G. O Robinson), 84 
Bancroft, Mrs. W. (Nields, E.), 57 
Banes, Mrs. W. D. (Tattersfield, E. H.), 72 
Banks. M. W., 133 
Barach, Mrs. J. H. (Levey, E. S.), 50 
Barber, Mrs. A. B. (Lombardi, L.), 51 
Barber, F. S., 17 

Barber, H. D. (Mrs P. Matteson), 17 
Barber, Mrs. L. (Riggs, I. L.), 123 
Barber, Mrs. St. G. (Biglow, E.), 18 
Barbour, E. G., 17 
Barbour, Mrs. W. R. (McKelvey, M. A.), 

156 
Bareis, G. M., 98 

Barker, Mrs. C. A. (Albro, A. H.), 14 
Barker, G. S. T., 98 
Barlow, A. H. (Mrs. V. N. Bieg), 133 
Barlow, M., 133 
Barnes, A. C., 133 
Barnes, Mrs. C. (Ayer, M. H.), 16 
Barnes, L., 98 

Barnes, Mrs. M. (Dale, J.), 104 
Barnet, G. M., 133 
Barnett, H. K., 8 
Barnett, H. M., 133 
Barney, S.. 133 
Barnicle, M. E., 84 

Barnhisel, C. G. (Mrs. C. B. Hudson), 133 
Baron, S. M., 183 
Barr, D. {Mrs. W. Brown). 98 
Barr, Mrs. H. J. (Wayne, F. C.), 76 
Barrett, H. J., 17 
Barrette, K. B., 133 
Bairitt, J. E., 133 

Barron, Mrs. A. J. (Congdon, E.), 27 
Barrows, Mrs. R. L. (Buffum, G. M.), 22 
Barstow, J. M. (Mrs. C. G. Reinhardt), 

133 
Bartholomew, C., 17 
Bartholomew, G., 17 



Bartholomew, M. E. (Mrs. L. J. Fogg), 

17 
Bartlett, H., 5 

Bartlett, L. A. (Mrs. L. J. Stoddard). 133 
Bartlett, M. G., 8 
Bartlett, T., 17 
Barton, C., 183 

Barton, K. S. (Mrs. R. W. Childs). 18 
Bash, A. B. (Mrs. C. E. A. Dowler), 98 
Bass, S. (Mrs. J. E. Tilt), 98 
Batchelder, K. C.. 8 
Batchelder, U. C., 183 
Batchelor, J. M„ 18 
Bates, Mrs. G. (Greene, A. D.). 146 
Bates. J. R., 18 

Bates, M. H. (Mrs. W. M. Porterfield), 18 
Bates, M. E., 133 
Bates, T., 8 
Battersby, E. J., 133 
Bauer, R. E. (Mrs. C. W. Zugg), 98 
Baumgartner, Mrs. M. D. (Hill, S. D.), 89 
Bausch, M. M., 98 

Baxter, Mrs. F. L. (Palmer, S. S.), 59 
Baxter, G. L., 84, 180 
Beach, E. B., 133 

Beach, Mrs. R. M. (Blanchard, E. M.). 19 
Beals, A. R. (Mrs. W. A. Parker). 133 
Beals, Mrs. C. E. (Bourne. A. M.), 135 
Bean, C. E. (Mrs. I. M. Cox), 18 
Bean, S. A., 18 
Beardshear, H. L. (Mrs. L. M. Chambers), 

98 
Beardwood, A., 18 
Beardwood, J., 18 

Beasley, Mrs. E. B. (Myers, M. C), 159 
Beatie, Mrs. C. W. (McMullen, J. C), 118 
Beatty, F., 183 

Bechtel, D. (Mrs. J. Marshall), 18 
Bechtel, Mrs. J. C. (Crawford, E. W.), 28 
Beck, Mrs. J. B. (Beck, L. G.), 98 
Beck, L. G. (Mrs. J. B. Beck), 98 
Becker, A. F. (Mrs. W. H. Montague), 81 
Beckley, F. N., 98 
Beckwith, L. L., 183 
Beckwith, M. E. R. (Mrs. W. E. Beckwith), 

98 
Beckwith, M. A., 85 
Beckwith, Mrs. W. E. (Rice, M. E.), 98 
Bedinger, A. M., 18 
Bedinger, M. V., 18 
Beebe, M. H., 98 

Beecher, Mrs. H. K. (Bullock, E. S.), 22 
Beechley, L..J. (Mrs. C. G. Crull), 98 
Beerman, E., 99 

Beggs. E. M. (Mrs. F. T. HaU). 133 
Behr. Mrs. E. A. (Pope, E. B.), 60 
Behrens, M. E. J., 99 
Belart, H.. 99 
Belding, J., 99 



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Beliekowsky, S., 8 

Belin, A. (Mrs. P. S. du Pont), 18 

Belin, Mrs. G. d'A. (Jenks, M.), 151 

Belknap, Mrs. R. E. (Lyon, E. T.), 52 

Bell, E. R. (Mrs. G. J. Rich), 99 

BeU, E. V., 99 

Bell, Mrs. G. {Watson, F. M.), 129 

BeU, K. R., 99, 180 

Bell, Mrs. L. (Fairbank, N.), 33 

BeU, Mrs. W. B. (Alsop, S. K.), 132 

BeUamy, Mrs. H. E. (LeFevre, E. F.), 50 

BeUeville, D., 134 

BeUeviUe, M. E., 18 

BelviUe, S. O., 183 

Benedict, I. H., 18 

Benjamin, J. deF. (Mrs. R. S. Howson), 18 

Benneson, C. A., 85 

Bennett, E. M. (Mrs. A. P. Hitchens), 9 

Bennett, E. C., 183 

Bennett, Mrs. G. Y. (Swanzy, N. H.), 168 

Bennett, H. A., 183 

Bennett, Mrs. Z. P. (Thomas, J. D.), 72 

Bensberg, B. B. B., 18 

Benson, M. E., 99 

Bent, E. C. (Mrs. H. L. Clark), 18 

Bentz, Mrs. W. P. (Macnamee, H. V.), 154 

Bergengren, Mrs. C. H. (Merritt, L.), 157 

Bering, M. I., 18 

Bernheim, H. (Mrs. A. S. Roth), 134 

Beiry, E. L., 99 

Berst, J. M., 99 

Bertelsen, Mrs. H. (Olsen, S. Y.). 12 

Besly, V. (Mrs. L. G. PhiUips), 134 

Best, Mis. W. H. (Kinsley, M. A.), 48 

Bettin, Mrs. G. T. (Kennard, H. R.). 114 

Bettle, E., 134 

Bettman, M R., 183 

Betz, M. (Mrs. H. Shapley), 99 

Bevan, S. F. (Mrs. W. Rex), 134 

Beyfuss, M. F. B., 99 

Bibb, G. B., 134 

Bibbins, Mrs. A. B. (Mory, R. B.), 92 

Bickley, C. E., 183 

Biddle, E. R., 183 

Biddle, H. R., 134 

Biddle, M. G., 18 

Biddle, Mrs. M. (Fenollosa, B.), 143 

Biedenbach, M. E. D., 18 

Bieg, Mrs, V. N. (Barlow, A. H.), 133 

Bienenfeld, Mrs. A. M. (Hecht, A.), 148 

Bigelow, Mrs. L. C. (Sears, M.), 66 

Biggs, Mrs. W. P. (Haines, L. R.), 146 

Biglow, E. (Mrs. St. G. Barber), 18 

BiUmeyer, H. M., 18 

Bills, M. A., 5 

BiUstein, F. W., 183 

Binz, Mrs. R. E. T. (Upperman, E. B.), 

170 
Birch, L., 134 



Birch, Mrs. S. (Rand, M. C.), 162 

Bird, Mrs. B. N. (Jackson, A. W.), 45 

Bird, D. M., 18 

Bird, E. M. (Mrs. K. R. Knapp), 99 

BirdsaU, A. P.. 99 

Birdsall, M. (Mrs. W. T. Cowles), 18 

Bishoff, R. S., 99 

Bishop, J. L. (Mrs. A. E. Wood), 134 

Bishop, M. R., 19 

Bissell, B. G., 19 

Bissell, C. B., 134 

Bissell, M., 134 

Bixler, I. B. (Mrs. E. P. Poste), 19 

Bixler, R. C., 19 

Black, M. P., 85 

Blackwell E. B. (Mrs. A. B. Robinson), 99 

Blackwell, Mrs. H. C. (Middendorf, K. L. 

I.), 157 
Blackwell, M. B. G. (Mrs. R. J. Mulford), 

134 
Blaine, M. G., 19 

Blair, A. K. (Mrs. W. W. AUen, Jr.), 99 
Blair, Mrs. J. C. (Losse, V. B.), 116 
Blair, K. R., 99 
Blaisdell, V. M., 19 
Blake, Mrs. A. (Knowles, L. A.), 49 
Blake, D. T., 19 

Blake, E. (Mrs. W. C. Cabot), 134 
Blake, S. A., 9 

Blakey, Mrs. C. B. (Montenegro, S.), 55 
Blakey, D. M.. 134 
Blakey, M. L. (Mrs. T. Ross), 19 
Blanc, Z. J., 19 

Blanchard, E. M. (Mrs. R. M. Beach), 19 
Blanchard, M. T., 19 
Blanchard, M. M., 19 

Blanton, Mrs. W. B. (McFaden, N. F.), 54 
Blatchford, Jr., Mrs. N. H. (Copeland, 

M. B.), 27 
Blauvelt, A. F., 19 
Blauvelt, E. H., 19 

Bley, H. M. (Mis. E. Papanastasiou), 19 
BUss, E. A., 183 
Bliss, E. F., 5 
BUss, F. M., 184 

Bliss, Mrs. G. A. (Hurd, H. E.), 150 
Blodgett, E. L. (Mrs. T. E. Sherwin), 134 
Blodgett, Mrs. J. (Walton, C. A.), 129 
Blodgett, K. B., 19 
Blodgett, M. P., 134 
Bloom, Mrs. H. A. (Helm, L.), Ill 
Blose, C. (Mrs. H. C. Wright), 19 
Blount, E., 134 

Blow, Mrs. A. M. (Deneen, D.), 30 
Blue, A. L., 184 

Blum, S. (Mrs. H. N. Arnold), 134 
Blyth, E. A., 134 
Boalt, M. G., 180 
Boardman, W, K. (Mrs. H. D. Bulkley), 19 



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Bock, Mrs. C. (Nathan, S.), 159 

Bodine, E. D., 19 

Boericke. Mrs. J. J. (Schorl. E. G.). 66 

Boggs, A. U. M., 19 

Boland, E. C, 184 

Bolles, H. M., 134 

Boiling, Mrs. R. C. (PhiUips, A. T.), 161 

Bolte. Mrs. C. (Hemphill, J.), 41 

Bolton, C. B., 184 

Bolton-Smith, L., 134 

Bolwin, L., 99 

Bond, E. M., 134 

Bonner, Mrs. J. (Vollmer, G.), 171 

Bonsai, F. L., 134 

Bontecou, E., 19 

Bontecou, M., 9 

Bookstaver, M. A. (Mrs. C. E. Knoblauch) , 

19 
Boomsliter, Mrs. G. P. (Colgan, A. E.), 26 
Booth, A. M., 20, 180 
Bope, L. E. (Mrs. "W. B. Horner), 134 
Borden, F., 100 

Borden, Mrs. S., Jr. (Ames, S. H.), 132 
Borie, 3rd, Mrs. A. E. (Pettit, E.), 11 
Boiing, A. M., 5 
Boring, L. T., 20 
Born, T. M., 20, 180 
Bornefeld, Mrs. H. A. (Kenison, L.), 152 
Boross, Mrs. D. E. (Holman, J. B.), 149 
Borst.Mrs. F. C. (Lamb, G. L.), 114 
Borthwick, A., 100 
Boswell, E., 184 
Boucher, S., 20 

Bouck, Mrs. F. E. (Vaille, H. W.), 171 
Boude, M. S. C. (Mjs. H. N. Woolman), 134 
Bourland, C. B., 5 

Bourne, A. M. (Mrs. C. E. Beals), 135 
Bousquet, A. C. D. (Mrs. "W. B. LaForcel, 

100 
Boveri, Mrs. T. (O'Grady, M. I.), 92 
Bowditch, Mrs. I. (Scudder, S. C.), 66 
Bowen, Mrs. A. G. (Norris, B. C.). 12 
Bowen, Mrs. W. C. (Hornberger, A. W.), 43 
Bowerman, H. C., 5 
Bowers, C., 100 

Bowler, Mrs. R. B. (Stout, G.), 71 
Bowman, E. A. (Mrs. C. J. Kuhn), 135 
Bowman, E., 20 

Boyd, Mrs. C. T. (Hellings, E. L.), 148 
Boyd, Mrs. D. K. (Mifflin, E. H.), 157 
Boyd, J., 20 

Boyd, L. P. (Mrs. R. M. Day), 20 
Boyd, M., 20 

Boyden, Mrs. P. B. (Chase, M. A.), 138 
Boyer, A. A., 20 
Boyer, F. E., 20 

Boyer, J. McC. (Mrs. J. A. Sprenger), 20 
Boyer, L. F., 20 
Boyer, M. G., 20 



Boynton, Z. D., 184 

Boysen, B. D., 100 

Boysen, M. J., 100 

Brace, E., 184 

Bradbury, Mrs. J. C. (Johnson, A. P.), 113 

Bradford, H., 20 

Bradley, F. S., 20 

Bradley, Mrs. J. C. (Sipe, D. H.), 68 

Bradway, M. S., 9 

Brady, J. E. (Mrs. N. E. Salsich), 135 

Bragg, Mrs. C. M. (Preston, J. F.), 161 

Brainerd, B., 135 

Brakeley, E., 9 

Braley, E. (Mrs. F. A. Dewey), 20 

Bramhall, E. C., 85 

Branch, Z. M. (Mrs. W. E. Cramer.). 20 

Brand, H. P. (Mrs. R. I. Hall), 20 

Brandeis, A., 20 

Brandeis, J., 135 

Brandeis, S., 20 

Brandenstein, E., 135 

Brandon, R. (Mrs. Ole Todderud), 9 

Brandt, Mrs. C. (Corning, Z. M.), 139 

Branham, G. B., 20 

Branham, Mrs. H. McC. (Warrin, M. 

de R.), 172 
Branham, J. C, 135 
Bransby, Mrs. C. (Burns, M. C), 22 
Branson, A. M., 9 

Branson, F. G. (Mrs. D. S. Keller), 135 
Branson, K. F., 21 
Branson, L. E., 21 
Branson, M. G., 21 

Brash, C. (Mrs. H. C. Krauskopf), 135 
Bratlie, E. S., 100 

Braunschweiger, Mrs. (Reiss, S. L.), 162 
Brayton, A. S. (Mrs. R. N. Durfee), 21 
Brayton, H. I., 21 

Brayton, M. E. (Mrs. E. I. Marvel), 21 
Bready, M., 21 
Breckenridge, M. J. (Mrs. H. S. Gilliland\ 

85 
Breed, Mrs. C. H. (Martin, F. de F.), 155 
Breed, M. B., 5 
Breidablik, E. J., 100 
Bresnehen, V. H., 100 
Bretz, M. S., 135 
Brevitt, J., 100 

Brewer, R. S. (Mrs. E Huntington), 21 
Brewster, Mrs. W. (Southgate, M.), 69 
Bridge, I., 21 

Briggs, Mrs. A. L. (Whitney, 3rd, E. F.), 173 
Briggs, H. G., 135 
Briggs, N., 135 

Briggs, S. M. (Mrs. D. B. Logan), 135 
Brigham, F. W., 100 
Bright, J., 135 
Bright, M. DeH., 135 
Bringardner, I. M., 100 



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Briscoe, Mrs. J. M. (Griscom, E. L.), 146 

Bristol, Mrs, M. F. (Baldwin, S. A.), 133 

Bristow, H. G., 180 

Brockstedt, C. B., 9 

Brodhead, G. R., 135 

Brodie, E. H., 135 

Brombacher, C. G. (Mrs. S. G. Stacey), 85 

Bromell, B. B., 184 

Brook, E. C., 100 

Brooks, Mrs. A. H. (Baker, M. W.), 84 

Brooks, Mrs. A. H. (Harrington, C. E.), 40 

Brooks, Mrs. A. P. (Adams, S. W.), 131 

Brooks, E. H. (Mrs. G. H. Stewart). 135 

Brooks, F. A. (Mrs. F. T. Ackerman), 135 

Brooks, H. (Mrs. F. H. Pitcher), 81 

Brooks, H. B. (Mrs. L. M. Wiggin), 135 

Brooks, H. J., 135 

Brooks, Mrs. H. H. (Davis, L. D.), 29 

Brooks, Mrs. H. S., Jr. (Vail, C. W.), 74 

Brooks, K G., 135 

Broomfield, M. M., 184 

Bross, Mrs. W. R., Jr. (Yates, F.), 131 

Brown, A. L. (Mrs. S. A. Martin), 135 

Brown, A. H., 9 

Brown, B. (Mrs. W. D. Lambert), 21 

Brown, Mrs. C. F. (Daw, E. B.), 5 

Brown, C. T. (Mrs. H. R. Lewis), 21 

Brown, Mrs. C. T. (Hartshorne.A.), 40 

Brown, C., 21 

Brown, D. M., 100 

Brown, E. B., 184 

Brown, E. D., 135 

Brown, E. F. (Mrs. J. F. Wherry), 135 

Brown, E. E., 21 

Brown, F. L, 21 

Brown, H. D., 21 

Brown, H. D. (Mrs. H. A. Gibbons), 136 

Brown, Mrs. H. I. (Harris, M. V.), 40 

Brown, J. L., 184 

Brown, J. M., 136 

Brown, J. S., 100 

Brown, Mrs. J. W. (Welles, A.), 77 

Brown, J. C., 21 

Brown, Louise C., 21 

Brown, Lovira C., 136 

Brown, M. B., 184 

Brown, M. E. (Mrs. T. Fleming, Jr.), 136 

Brown, M. R., 184 

Brown, M. L., 136 

Brown, Margaret W., 136 

Brown, M. H. (Mrs. M. S. MacLean), 136 

Brown, M. M. (Mrs. H. M. Waite), 136 

Brown, M. P., 21 

Brown, Mary W., 21 

Brown, Mrs. P. H. (Garlock, L. M.). 145 

Brown, Mrs. R. D. (Harris, F. B.), 40 

Brown, Mrs. R. B. (Hearne, F. H.), 41 

Brown, 2nd, Mrs. S. (Smith, H. W.), 69 

Brown, Mrs. T. E. (Levering, M.), 153 



Brown, V. L., 81 

Brown, Mrs. W. (Barr, D.), 98 

Brownback, E. Y., 136 

Browne, F., 21 

Browne, J. N., 21 

Browne, M. W., 136 

Browne, M. N., 21 

Browne, N. W., 136 

Brownell, E. O., 22 

Brownell, G. S. (Mrs. H. P. Daniels), 22 

Brownell, H. M., 22 

Brownell, J. L., 9 

Brownell, L. S. (Mrs. A. P. Sanders), 22 

Brownell, M. G., 22 

Browning, Mrs. J. H. (Alexander, W. B.), 

14 
Bruce, Mrs. G. H. (Ridgway, S. S.), 63 
Bruere, E. C. (Mrs. A. J. Rose), 136 
Bruff, A. M., 101 
Bruner. G. E., 22 
Brush, E. P., 184 
Brusstar, M. E., 22 
Bryan, E. M. (Mrs. J. E. Parker), 22 
Bryan, H. K. (Mrs. G. H. Baldwin), 136 
Bryan, K. H. (Mrs. R. R. McGoodwin), 22 
Bryant, C. R., 22 
Bryant, E. S., 22 
Bryant, E. H. (Mrs. D. H. Goodwillie), 

22 
Bryant, Mrs. E. (Lyon, D. W.), 6 
Bryant, G., 136 

Bryant, M. E. (Mrs. D. E. Johnson), 22 
Brylawski, B.( Mrs. D. W. Amram), 136 
Byrne, E. A. W., 9, 180 
Buchanan, E. (Mrs. G. F. Hughes), 22 
Buchanan, I., 136 
Buchanan, J. C., 22 
Buchanan, M., 101, 180 
Buchanan, M. C., 136 
Buchen, Mrs. W. (Head, M. L.). 110 
Buck, Airs. C. N. (Field, M. E.), 143 
Buck, Jr., Mrs. F. H. (Zabriski, '£.), 176 
Buckingham, Mrs. E. (Holstein, E. B.), 149 
Buckley, D. T., 180 
Buckley, Mrs. M. (Cantlin, E.), 23 
Buckminster, Mrs. W. R. (Miller, M. A. E.), 

157 
Budd, H. M. (Mrs. L. O. Wadleigh), 101 
Buell, Mrs. C. S. (Smyth, A. G.), 166 
Bufium, F., 22 

Buffum, G. M. (Mrs. R. L. Barrows), 22 
Buffum, M. N. (Mrs, P. C. Hill), 9 
Bugge, Mrs. S. (Van Wagenen, K. H.), 75 
Bulkley, Mrs. H. D. (Boardman, W. K.), 

19 
BuU, E. L., 22 

Bull, Mrs. R. S. (Smith, S. R. M.), 69 
Bulla, L. E., 101 
Bulley, C., 136 



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227 



Bullivant, M. (Mrs. C. B. Nichols), 136 

Bullock, E. S. (Mrs. H. K. Beecher), 22 

Bumgarner, M. M., 184 

Bumm, E. L., 184 

Bunker, M. R. (Mrs. L. D. Comber), 9 

Bunnell, C. T. (Mrs. J. McD. Mitchell), 136 

Bunnell, Mrs. M. (Turrish, V. C), 170 

Bunting, M., 5 

Bunton, G., 180 

Buracker, F. K. (Mrs. W. G. Nicholson;, 

136 
Burchard, A. E., 22 

Burchsnal, Mrs. C. E, (Holland, M. E.), 149 
Burchinal, M. C., 101 
Burdic, Mrs. L. D. (Darlow, I. R.), 140 
Burges, J. R., 184 

Burleigh, Mrs. P. G. (Taylor, A. M.), 72 
Burlingame, Mrs. G. G. (Tatum, L. R.), 

127 
Burnell, E. F., 101 

Burnley, M. C. (Mrs. J. M. Stifler), 85 
Burns, E. L., 184 

Burns, M. C. (Mrs. C. Bransby), 22 
Burns, S. H. (Mrs. W. H. Norcross), 101 
Burnside, M. H. (Mrs. 1. C. Johnson), 101 
Burrell, E. L. (Mrs. R. Hornby), 22 
Burrows, Mrs. M. T. (Heze, F.), Ill 
Burt, A., 23 

Burton, C.R. (Mrs.H.T. Harris), 101 
Burton, Mrs. J. D. (Loudon, M. L.), 52 
Burton, Mrs. N. G. (Willits, V. W.), 174 
Burton, Mrs. W. C. (Lindley, E.), 153 
Buse, A. B., 180 

Bush, Jr., Mrs. A. P. (Cadbury, H.), 137 
Bush, E. D., 136 
Bush, Mrs. H. T. (Moore, L.), 56 
Bushnell, Mrs. C. E. (Abbott, M. V.), 14 
Busselle, Mrs. A. (Murray, H. C), 158 
Buster, F. E., 136 
Butler, C. W., 101 
BuHer, E. M., 85 
Butler, F. H., 136 

Butler, Lady G. G. (Jones, E. L.), 151 
Butler, Mrs. H. E. (Mason, A. E.), 155 
Butler, M. E., 184 
Butler, M., 137 
Buttenwieser, H., 184 
Butterfielcl, H. I., 23 
Buttrick, Mrs. W. P. (Souther, C.), 166 
Buxton, A. N., 137 

Buxton, C. F. (Mrs. H. L. Edwards), 23 
Buzby, A. K. (Mrs. L. J. Palmer), 137 
Byrne, A. H., 5 
Byrne, L. L., 23 
Byrnes, A. M. H., 85 
Byrnes, E. F., 5 

Cable, M. L. (Mrs. F. von Ternes), 137 
Cabot, F. A. (Mrs. M. M. Osborne), 137 



Cabot, R., 23 

Cabot, Mrs. W. C. (Blake, E.), 134 

Cadbury, Mrs. B. (Moore, A. M.), 118 

Cadbury, C. W. (Mrs. W. E. Shipley), 137 

Cadbury, E. B. (Mrs. R. M. Jones), 137 

Cadbury, Jr., E., 23 

Cadbury, H. W. (Mrs. R. Pyle), 23 

Cadbury, H. (Mrs. A. P. Bush, Jr. ), 137 

Cadbury, L. C. (Mrs. H. J. Cadbury), 101 

Cadbury, L. T., 23 

Cadot, L. F., 184 

Cady, M. L., 81 

Cagiati, Mrs. G. (Cooksey, M.), 139 

Calder, H. R. (Mrs. E. Z. Wallower), 137 

Calderhead, I. G. (Mrs. J. B. Walker), 85 

Caldwell, Mrs. B. (Follansbee, B. D.), 34 

Caldwell, E. P. (Mrs. A. M. Marsh), 101 

Caldwell, E. M. (Mrs. G. Fountain), 23 

Caldwell, Mrs. F. M., 2nd (Thompson, L.), 

73 
Calfee, M. A. (Mrs. A. M. McAfee), 101 
Calvert, Mrs. A. (Githens, M. U.), 37 
Calvert, Mrs. P. P. (Smith, A. C), 94 
Cam, H. M., 85 
Cam, N., 9 
Cameron, C. G., 184 

Cameron, M. W. (Mrs. W. J. Wakefield), 23 
Camp, M. M. (Mrs. R. W. Newberry), 23 
Campbell, Mrs. A. (Ott, H. M. ), 160 
Campbell, A. C, 102 
Campbell, C. S. (Mrs. H. A. Yeazell), 23 
Campbell, E. C, 23 
Campbell, Mrs. F. B. (Anderson, E. M.), 

132 
Campbell, G. H., 81 

Campbell. G. B. (Mrs. S. G. Babson), 23 
Campbell, M. E. (Mrs. R. E. Mitchell), 102 
Campbell, M. M., 23 
Campbell, Mrs. R. C. (Patterson, M. M.), 

59 
Canada, M. A. (Mrs. A. M. Fraser), 137 
Canaday, Mrs. W. M. (Coffin, M. L.), 26 
Canan, M. S. (Mrs. L. H. Fry), 23 
Canan, M. H. (Mrs. S. M. Vauclain, Jr ), 23 
Canan, V, C, (Mrs. J. H. Smith), 23 
Canby, C. G. (Mrs. B. B. Chichester), 137 
Canby, M. W., 184 

Cannon, Mrs. H. T. (Mower, M.), 119 
Cannon, M. A., 23 
Cantlin, E. (Mrs. M. Buckley), 23 
Capehart, Mrs. W. (Scudder, E. H.), 104 
Capel, F. M. (Mrs. C. C. Schmitt), 23 
Carey, Mrs. A. M. (Thomas, M. C), 73 
Carey, F. K., 23 
Carey, H. F., 24 

Carey. J. G. (Mrs H. M. Thomas), 137 
Carey, L. (Mrs. J. Rosett), 137 
Carey, M. M., 184 
Carhart, Mrs. R. A. (Nobel, E.), 119 



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Carlton, Mrs. E. C. (Treadwell, L. O.), 128 

Carncross, H., 137 

Carner, L. P., 24 

Cams, D. J., 137 

Carpenter, Mrs. C. A. (Eddy, O. G.), 32 

Carpenter, H. T., 24 

Carpenter, Mrs. R. (Hill, E. H.), 42 

Carrere, A. M., 24 

Carrier, Mrs. H. N. (Clarke, N. B.), 103 

Carroll, Mrs. A. R. (Baggaley, E.), 132 

Carroll, A. B. (Mrs. E. Stinson), 102 

Carroll, Mrs. Charles (Crane, M. D.), 9 

Carroll, E. M., 24 

Carroll, J. E. (Mrs. B. S. Franklin), 102 

Carroll, M. J. (Mrs. R. M. Tussing), 102 

Carroll, H., 137 

Carse, Mrs. H. R. (Houghtaling, I. H.), 149 

Carson, Mrs. J. T. (Gillinder, A.), 37 

Carstensen, Mrs. H. J. (Dean, H. J.), 104 

Carter, A. (Mrs. W. C. Dickerman), 24 

Carter, Mrs. C. R. (Hanington, F.) , 88 

Carter, J. E., 102 

Carter, Mrs. J. H. McQ. (Tomlinson, J.), 

170 
Carter, Mrs. W. D. (Montgomery, A.), 12 
Cartland, M. A. (Mrs. J. G. Lewis), 102 
Cams, M. E., 175 

Caruth, Mrs. R. P. (Scruggs, M.), 164 
Carvallo, Mrs. J. L. (Coleman, A. C), 26 
Cary, Mrs. C. R. (Reeve, M. M.), 62 
Gary, M. K., 184 
Cary, M. S., 137 
Case, A. T., 24 

Case, C. C. (Mrs. A. C." Edwards), 24 
Case, M. C, 137 

Case, M. F. (Mrs. C. K. Pevear). 137 
Caskey, E. E., 24 

Cason, Mrs. E. S. (Edwards, P. C. H.), 142 
Caspar, A. C, 102 
Cassell, G. H. ( 24 
Casselberry, C, 137 
Castle, Mrs. A. L. (Schaefer, E. F.), 65 
Castlehun, V., 137 
Cauldwell, K., 184 
Cecil, E. S., 185 
Chadbourne, E. R., 185 
Chadwick-Collins, Mrs. J. C. (Morrow, C. 

N. E.). 56 
Chalfant, Mrs. F. B. (List, M. K.), 51 
Challen, L. R. (Mrs. J. J. Hill), 137 
Chalufour, A. M. R., 102 
Chamberlain, E. M. (Mrs. G. Q. Porter), 

86 
Chamberlain, G. E., 24 
Chamberlain, M. M. (Mrs. A. R. Moore), 

24 
Chamberlain, S. W., 102 
Chambers, A., 138 
Chambers, D. N., 185 



Chambers, E. (Mrs. J. E. Rhoads), 24 
Chambers, K. E. (Mrs. L H. Seelye), 24 
Chambers, Mrs. L. M.(Beardshear, H. L), 

98 
Chambers, M. F. (Mrs. L. A. Dill), 138 
Chambers, M. H., 102 
Champlin, E. St. C, 102 
Chance, Mrs. C. W. D. (Tongate, H. F.), 

128 
Chandlee, E. A., 102 

Chandlee, E. B. (Mrs. H. B. Forman, Jr.), 9 
Chandler, G. W., 24 
Chandler, M. J., 138 
Channing, A. 138 

Channing, E. T. (Mrs. W. P. Fuller), 138 
Chapin, E. B. (Mrs. T. T. T. Craven), 24 
Chapin, E. S., 86 

Chapin, H. (Mrs. A. E. McLean), 24 
Chapin, H. B., 24 

Chapin, Mrs. R. C. (Grabill, W.), 109 
Chapman, Mrs. C. J. (Rumery, M.), 163 
Chappell, Mrs. R. M. (Goddard, A.), 108 
Charles, Mrs. A. M. (Riggs, C. L.), 123 
Charles, Mrs. S. (Scudder, M. G.), 164 
t^Wl^L- T\/r,„ xt it /■<;■ i ni ii 

Chase, B. P. (Mrs. J. H. Hollis), 24 

Chase, C. (Mrs. S. Hinton), 24 

Chase, D., 24 

Chase, E. B. (Mrs. G. deW. Kirkpatrick) , 

25 
Chase, H. S., 25 
Chase, J. A., 102 

Chase, L. E. (Mrs. O. Putman), 138 
Chase, L. H., 138 
Chase, M., 9 

Chase, M. A. (Mrs. P. B. Boyden), 138 
Chase, M. F., 185 

Chatfield, Jr., Mrs. W. H. (Hazen. H.). 148 
Chauvenet, V. R., 138 
Chenault, S. S. (Mrs. F. Watkins), 138 
Cheney, E. H., 138 

Cheney, Mrs. F. G. (Tenney, E. L.), 72 
Cheney, M., 138 

Cheney, R. (Mrs. T. W. Streeter), 138 
Cheron, J., 102 
Chesney, M., 25 

Chesnutt, Mrs. J. H. (Wood, M.), 79 
Chester, Mrs. W. M. (Miller, A. C), 55 
Chew, Mrs. S. C. (Evans, L.), 33 
Cheyney, A. S., 102 
Chiam, Mrs. M. S. (Ross, J. P.), 64 
Chichester, Mrs. B. B. (Canby, C. G.), 137 
Chickering, J., 25 
Chickering, R. M., 25 
Child, C. M. (Mrs. L. J. Hall), 138 
Child, D., 25 
Child, E., 25 
Child, F. C, 25 
Childs, M., 25 



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229 



Childs, Mrs. R. W. (Barton, K. S.), 18 

Chisholm, M. E. (Mrs. J. E. Northrup), 102 

Choate, A., 102 

Christie, M. P. (Mrs. W. L. Nute), 138 

Christy, R. L., 25 

Chubb, E. L., 102 

Chubb, Mrs. W. (Sylvester, I. W.). 127 

Church, Jr., Mrs. J. A. (Peters, G. B. F), 

59 
Churchill, M. G., 138 
Churchill, M. H., 185 
Churchward, Mrs. A. G. (Nathans, B. C.) , 

57 
Cilley, A. L. (Mrs. H. H. Weist), 25 
Claassen, Jr., Mrs. A. (Wright, E.), 175 
Claflin, C. I., 25 
Claflin, E. F., 5 

Claggett. E. J. (Mrs. J. W. Evans), 102 
Claghorn, K. H., 25 
Claiborne, Mrs. R. W. (McKenney, V. S.), 

54 
Clapp, A. L., 25 

Clapp, A. V. (Mrs. L. Radiguet) , 138 
Clapp, Mrs. J. F. (Fanshaw, L.), 143 
Clark, Mrs. A. H. (Howell, J. T.), 44 
Clark, A. E., 103 
Clark, A. N., 25 
Clark, A. W., 103 
Clark, B. M., 103 
Clark, D., 185 
Clark, D. M., 138 

Clark, E. B. (Mrs. C. F. Hand), 138 
Clark, E. E., 25 
Clark, E. M., 138 

Clark, F. W. (Mrs. H. L. Morrison), 25 
Clark, Mrs. H. L. (Bent, E. C), 18 
Clark, Mrs. J. A. (McLane, H. E.), 156 
Clark, J. B. (Mrs. J. A. Fouilhoux), 
Clark, L., 25 

Clark, M. P. (Mrs. J. H. Huddleston), 9 
Clark, Mrs. P. F. (Schiedt, A. E.), 65 
Clark, Z. E., 138 
Clarke, A. H., 138 
Clarke, B., 185 

Clarke, E. (Mrs. A. W. Fairbanks), 25 
Clarke, F. C, 185 

Clarke, G. T. (Mrs. V. A. Wright), 138 
Clarke, M. P., 86 

Clarke, N. B. (Mrs. H. N. Carrier), 103 
Clarke, P. I., 25 
Clarke, S. L., 26 
Clauder, A. C, 26 
Clemens, O. S., 138 

Clements, H. T. (Mrs. E. C. Kirk), 26 
Cleveland, Mrs. A. H. (Atwater, E. M.), 132 
Clifford, K. L., 138 
Clifton, E., 26 
Clifton, J. W., 26 
Cline, M. S., 26 



Clinton, E. M., 26 

Clinton, E. (Mrs. N. G. Russell), 26 

Clinton, M. D., 26 

Clothier, E. (Mrs. W. J. Sanderson, Jr.), 138 

Clothier, H. H. (Mrs. W. I. Hull), 103 

Clough, H., 139 

Clough, I. P., 86 

Coale, H. C. (Mrs. H. Crew), 26 

Coates, E. Mrs. (W. M. Nelson), 139 

Cobb, M. C, 86 

Cochran, F. T., 26 

Cochran, J. N., 185 

Cockrell, Mrs. A. V. (Cockrell, M.), 26 

Cockrell, J. E. (Mrs. R. N. Watkin), 26 

Cockrell, M. (Mrs. A. V. Cockrell), 26 

Coffin, D. (Mrs. S. A. Greeley), 26 

Coffin, E. W. (Mrs. J. W. Lewis), 103 

Coffin, M. L. (Mrs. W. M. Canaday), 26 

Coffin, Mrs. O. J. (Wilson, L. G.), 130 

Coffman, Mrs. G. R. (Reed, B.), 93 

Cogswell, Mrs. D. B. (Marshall, R.), 155 

Cohn, Mrs. P. H. (Van Raalte, F.), 171 

Cole, A. L., 86 

Cole, B. E., 139 

Cole, D., 26 

Cole, Mrs. S. V. (Wieand, H. E.), 130 

Coleman, A. C. (Mrs. J. L. Carvallo), 26 

Coleman, I., 185 

Coleman, J. H., 103 

Coleman, Mrs. T. E. (Head, C. E.), 148 

Coles, T. P. (Mis. G. T. Tyler), 139 

Colgan, A. E. (Mrs. G. P. Boomsliter), 26 

Colin, Mrs. A. (Colin, T. F.), 86 

Colin, T. F. (Mrs. A. Colin), 86 

Collins, A. M. (Mrs. G. D. Kellogg), 139 

Collins, A. W., 185 

Collins, Mrs. D. C. N. (Furman, R. A.), 36 

Collins, E., 185 

Collins, G. W., 139 

Collins, H. S., 185 

Collins, Mrs. L. (Albertson, A. M.), 97 

Collins, P. (Mrs. A. Waters, Jr.), 26 

Collins, R. (Mrs. F. H. Desch), 9 

Collins, S. L.r26— -£ ft y» Sft*-/Ooc^i^) 

Collins, Mrs. W. H. (Cope, J.), 27 

Collins, Mrs. W. R. (Rawson, L.), 61 

Collitz, Mis. H. (Collitz, K. H.), 103 

Collitz, K. H. (Mrs. H. Collitz), 103 

Colman, C. K., 185 

Colt, E., 26 

Colter, H. M. (Mrs. N. LeR. Pierson, Jr.), 

139 
Colter, M. F., 6 

Colton, C. B. (Mrs. U. Worthington) , 139 
Colton, Mrs. R. L. (Wilson, F. L.), 174 
Comber, Mrs. L. D. (Bunker, M. R.), 9 
Comey, Mrs. A. C. (Jackson, E. L.), 45 
Compton, Mrs. J. N. (Cox, Jr., L. H.), 

140 



230 



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Compton, Mrs. R. D. (Sturdevant, F. E.), 

168 
Comstock, M. C. E., 139 
Coney, Mrs. J. H. (Reitze, H. C), 122 
Congdon, D. I. (Mrs. J. W. Gates), 27 
Congdon, E. (Mrs. A. J. Barron), 27 
Congdon, G. (Mrs. R. L. Crampton), 27 
Congdon, L. (Mrs. J. P. Balmer), 27 
Congdon, L. B. (Mrs. R. S. Francis), 27 
Conklin, J. C, 185 
Connelly, M. H., 139 
Conover, H. F., 185 
Conrad, E., 139 

Conrad, Mrs. L. W. (Ulmer, E. E.), 170 
Cons, J. C. (Mrs. L. Cons), 103 
Cons, Mrs. L. (Cons, J. C), 103 
Conveise, Mrs. B. T. (Austin, M. H.), 16 
Converse, H. P. (Mrs. W. P. Thorpe), 27 
Converse, L. B., 27 
Converse, M. E., 27 
Cook, Mrs. C. N. (Wuppermann, Z. G.), 

175 
Cook, H. A., 180 
Cook, K. I., 27 
Cook, R. H., 139 

Cook, R. H. (Mrs. L. B. Pond), 103 
Cooke, B. M. (Mrs. J. E. Kelley) . 27 
Cooke, D. A., 185 
Cooke, E., 139 

Cooke, J. S. C. (Mrs. W. H. Pashley), 139 
Cooksey, M. {Mrs. G. Cagiati), 139 
Coolidge, A., 185 
Coolidge, M. L., 27 

Coombs, Mrs. R. D. (Couch, H. L.), 139 
Coombs, S. V., 185 
Cooper, Mrs. C. (Nesbit, C), 119 
Cooper, E. (Mrs. C. E. Magnusson), 86 
Cooper, E. S., 185 

Cooper, E. S. (Mis. E. J. Johnson), 27 
Cooper, I. R., 139 

Cooper, V. A. (Mrs. D. H. Ladd), 139 
Cope, E. F., 185 

Cope, Jr., Mrs. F. R. (Monis, E. F.), 56 
Cope, J. (Mrs. W. H. Collins), 27 
Copeland, M. B. (Mrs. N. H. Blatchford, 

Jr.), 27 
Copenhaver, E., 180 
Corbett, Mrs. G. H. U. (Spencer, M. Du 

P.), 69 
Corbus, Mrs. F. G. (Corbus, F. K), 103 
Corbus, F. K. (Mrs. F. G. Corbus), 103 
Cordingley, M. F., 139 
Core, Mrs. P. A. A. (McKeehan, M. McC), 

156 
Cornell, E. S.. 27 

Corning, Z. M. (Mrs. C. Brandt), 139 
Cornwell, Mrs. G. G. (Eberman, E.), 142 
Corson, E. S. (Mrs. P. Gallagher), 27 
Corstvet, E. G., 180 



Corwin, M. T., 27 

Coiy, Mrs. P. M. (Cowan, M. K.), 103 

Costelloe, K. E. M. C. (Mrs. A. L. Stephen), 

139 
Costelloe, R. C. (Mrs. O. Strachey), 103 
Couch, H. L. (Mrs. R. D. Coombs), 139 
Coughlin, M. F., 139 
Coulter, A. B., 27 
Coulter, C. C, 6 
Coulter, H. B., 140 
Cowan, M. J., 103 

Cowan, M. K. (Mrs. P. M. Cory), 103 
Cowen, K. M., 185 
Cowgill, M., 103 

Cowles, Mrs. W. T. (Birdsall, M.), IS 
Cox, C. B. (Mrs. H. Wolstenholme) , 27 
Cox, D. H., 140 

Cox, Mrs. I. M. (Bean, C. E.), 18 
Cox, Jr., L. H. (Mrs. J. N. Compton), 140 
Cox, L. A. (Mrs. A. Harman), 27 
Cox, Mrs. M. M. (Lewis, S. E.), 115 
Cox, Jr., T. S. (Haines, M. S.), 146 
Coyle, M. H. (Mrs. D. A. Rahilly), 27 
Coyle, S. E., 104 

Coyne, Mrs. M. A. (Steinbach, E. H.), 167 
Craft, E. C, 175 

Cragin, J. H. (Mrs. D'A. H. Kay), 27 
Craig, B., 104 
Craig, D. M., 28 
Craig, E. W., 140 

Craig, F. C. (Mrs. A. E. Whitney), 140 
Craig, Mrs. G. C. (Kelley, O. M.), 47 . 
Craig, M. (Mrs. C. E. McConkey). 104 
Cramer, Mrs. W. E. (Branch, Z. M.), 20 
Crampton, Mrs. R. L. (Congdon, G.), 27 
Crane, C. I., 28 

Crane, E. C. (Mrs. S. T. Lanham), 28 
Crane, F. A. (Mrs. R. W. Leatherbee), 140 
Crane, H. B., 28 

Crane, Mrs. H. W. (Goudge, M. E.), 109 
Crane, M. D. (Mrs. C. Carroll), 9 
Craven, Mrs. T. T. T. (Chapin, E. B.), 24 
Crawford, A. L., 140 
Crawford, D. C, 140 
Crawford, E. L. (Mrs. W. Sensenig), 28 
Crawford, E. C, 104 
Crawford, E. W. (Mrs. J. C. Bechtel), 28 
Crawford, H. J., 28 

Crawford, M. V. (Mrs. C. B. Dudley), 28 
Crawford, Mrs. R. L. (Rush, F. B.), 65 
Crawford, T., 86 

Creel, Mrs. P. H. (Kellen, G.), 143 
Cregar, Mrs. N. C. (Foulke, R. M.), 144 
Creighton, C, 28 
Crenshaw, F. G., 28 

Cresson, Jr., Mrs. C. (Wilson, H. A.), 174 
Crew, Mrs. H. (Coale, H. C), 26 
Crighton, L., 104 
Crile, M. H., 185 



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Criswell, E. H., 28 

Crocker, C. B. (Mrs. C. Crocker), 140 

Crocker, Mrs. C. (Crocker, C. B.), 140 

Crosby, M., 185 

Crosby, P. S. (Mrs. S. R. Allnutt), 28 

Crosby, Mrs. W. A. (Shaw, H. H.), 67 

Cross, E. R., 28 

Cross, Mrs. F. C. (Farouhar, D.), 33 

Cross, Mrs. J. O. (Nelden, M. L.), 159 

Crothers, Mrs. B. (Ames, A.), 132 

Crowder, Mrs. T. R. (Meigs, G. L.), 54 

Crowell, C, 28 

Cruice, L. N. (Mrs. E. W. Sturdevant), 28 

Crull, Mrs. C. G. (Beechley, L. J.), 98 

Culbertson, Mrs. W. S. (Hunter, M. J.), 112 

Culin, M. B., 140 

Cull, R. E., 140 

Cummings, L. D. t 5 

Cunning, Mrs. G. A. (Klett, E. M.), 152 

Curry, Mrs. C. H. (Spencer, A. J.I, 167 

Curry, P., 28 

Curtin, F. B. (Mrs. H. H. Haynes), 28 

Curtis, Mrs. C. E. (Sherwood, E. L.), 125 

Curtis, K. R. (Mrs. H. H. Pierce), 140 

Curtis, M. {Mrs. H. Harlshorne) , 104 

Curtis, M. (Mrs. R. B. Whitman), 140 

Cuthbert, M. (Mrs. W. T. Walker), 140 

Dabney, E., 28 

Dabney, E. C, 140 

Daddow, V., 140 

Dale, J. (Mrs. M. Barnes), 104 

Dall, Mrs. C. W. (Maurice, E. M.), 155 

Daly, E. T., 28 

Dalzell, D., 28 

Dalzell, Mrs. W. S. (Guilford, E. G.), 38 

Dame, K. 104 

Dammann, Jr., Mrs. J. F. (Lynde, I. A.), 52 

Daniels, C. S. (Mrs. P. W. Moore), 28 

Daniels, Mrs. H. P. (Brownell, G. S.), 22 

Daniels, H. McD., 140 

Daniels, Mrs. J. J. (Holliday, K. A.), 43 

Daniels, Mrs. L. C. (Wilson, C. V.), 164 

Danielson, R., 28 

Dannenbaum, Mrs. E. M. (Gimbel, G. L.), 

145 
Darkow, A. C, 5 
Darkow, M. D., 28 

Darling, J. (Mrs. A. W. Henshaw), 104 
Darlington, B. W. (Mrs. M. B. Pratt), 104 
Darlington, Mrs. H. S. (Hubbard, S. E.), 44 
Darlington, Mrs. P. J. (Mattson, R. T.), 

53 
Darlington, S. W. (Mrs. L. P. Hamilton), 

29 
Darlow, I. R. (Mrs. L. D. Burdic), 140 
Darrow, E. T. (Mrs. W. H. Laoiar), 29 
Daugherly, E., 104 
Daughtrey, G. (Mrs. W. S. Nelms), 104 



Davenport, Mrs. W. E. (Hills, E. A.), 42 

Davey, Mrs. E. S. (Stohr, K.), 70 

Davidson, A. R., 104 

Davidson, H. R., 180 

Davidson, J. Q., 140 

Davidson, L. (Mrs. C. D. S. Middleton), 29 

Davie, G. E., 140 

Davies, J. S., 180 

Davis, A. L., 104 

Davis, A. W., 29 

Davis, C. M., 140 

Davis, D. L., 29 

Davis, Mrs. E. B. (Atkins, E. L.), 16 

Davis, Elizabeth L., 86 

Davis, E., 104 

Davis, Eleanor B-, 140 

Davis, Ethel B., 140 

Davis, Etta L., 29 

Davis, J. S., 29 

Davis, L. D. (Mrs. H. H. Brooks), 29 

Davis, L. G., 185 

Davis, L., 29 

Davis, Mabel, 104 

Davis, Margaret (Mrs. E. C. Winslow), 

104 
Davis, M. E. 141_ T)^^ , rHv» N'1* [ C<rtU~*. S.< 
Davis, R., 104 
Davis, S. E., 29 
Davis, S. W., 86 

Davis, Mrs. T. K. (Mabon, R. V.), 52 
Davison, Mrs. W. C. (Scudder, A. T.), 66 
Daw, E. B. (Mrs. C. F. Brown), 5 
Daw, E., 29 

Dawson, Mrs. J. C. (Russell, E. C), 65 
Day, A. H. (Mrs. P. Jackson), 29 
Day, A. M. (Mrs. W. A. McLaren), 141 
Day, D. (Mrs. A. D. Watkins), 29 
Day, F. B., 185 

Day, Mrs. R. M. (Boyd, L. P.), 20 
Day, R., 29 

Dean, A. E. (Mrs. B. K. Wilbur), 141 
Dean, E. (Mrs. J. D. Findley), 29 
Dean, H. L. (Mrs. H. J. Carstensen), 104 
De Angelis, A., 29 

DeArmond, E. M. (Mrs. F. K. Neill), 29 
de Beauregard, E. T. (Mrs. P. J. Robinson), 

86 
de Bobula, Mrs. T. (Mock. E. D.), 158 
de Bonneville, L., 141 
Dedman, G. J., ISO 
Deems, Mrs. C. P. (Babcock, R.), 16 
Deems, E. (Mrs. C. K. Neilson), 9 
de Forest, Mrs. A. V. (Taber, I.), 71 
de Haas, Mrs. K. H. (Wehle, F. B.), 173 
Deitrick, E., 105 
de Koven, E. le R. (Mrs. H. K. Hudson), 

141 
de Kozlowski, Mrs. M. S. J. (Mitchell, F. 

H.), 158 



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De Laguna, G. M. A. (Mrs. T. de L. De 

Laguna), 105 
De Laguna, Mrs. T. de L. (De Laguna, G. 

A.), 105 
Delano, C. L. (Mrs. A. G. Grant), 29 
Delano, L. (Mrs. J. L. Houghteling, Jr.), 29 
Delano, S. A. (Mrs. C. W. McKelvey) , 29 
DeLany, Mrs. W. S. (Sharman, L. M.), 67 
Delaplaine, M. C, 141 
DeLong, I. L., 105 
de Macedo, V., 29 
Deming, A., 29 

Deming, C. (Mrs. W. Lewis), 29 
Deming, E., 29 
Deming, J., 30 

Deneen, D. (Mrs. A. M. Blow), 30 
Denis, W., 86 
Denise, E., 105 

Denison, C. (Mrs. H. Swan), 29 
Denison, E. (Mrs. D. Voorhees), 30 
Dennison Mrs. H. S. (Thurber, M. T.), 73 
Dent, M. M., 185 

Depew, C. E. (Mrs. S. B. Williams), 141 
De Ricou, Mrs. A. B. (Fuller, J. A.), 144 
Desch, Mrs. F. H. (Collins, R.), 9 
de Schweinitz, A. (Mrs. E. R. Zalinsky), 9 
Dessau, D. H., 186 
Dessau, E., 30 
Dessau, F. M., 30 
Dethier, Mrs. E. (Putnam, A.), 61 
D'Evelyn, C., 5 
De Venish, A. C., 30 
Dewees, S. J., 30 
Dewell, J. K., 105 
Dewes, Mrs. E. P. (Wooldridge, G. La P.), 

80 
Dewey, Mrs. B. (Mellen, M.), 54 
Dewey, Mrs. F. A. (Braley. E.), 20 
De Wolf, Mrs. P. (Wood, R. B. I.), 79 
Dey, Mrs. J. (Smith, C. W.>, 69 
Diamond. 1. S., 29 

Dickerman, Mrs. W. C. (Carter, A.), 24 
Dickey, Mrs. F. C. (Wagner, A. de B.), 171 
Dickey, Mrs. J. R. CMcManus, C. E.), 54 
Dickey. Mrs. S. (Atberton, L. P.) , 16 
Dickinson, M., 105 

Dickson, Mrs. A. C. fHallowell, B.), 147 
Dickson, Mrs. J. A. (Francis C. J.), 35 
Dietrich, Mrs. C. H. (Stewart, M. S.), 70 
Dietrich. G. E. (Mrs. H. K. Smith), 30 
Dill, Mrs. L. A. (Chambers, M. F.), 138 
Diller, S., 141 
Dillin, M. S., 9 
Dillingham, A., 30 
Dillingham, L. B., 30 
Dimeling, C, 186 
Dimon, A. C. 10 
D'lncisa, Marchesa C. G. M. (Hendrick- 

son. A.), 39 



Dinsmore, M., 180 

Dismorr, M. S., 105 

Ditmars, H. S. (Mrs. M. F. Sewall), 30 

Dixon, A. L., 105 

Dixon, H. A., 30 

Dixon, L., 141 

Dixon, M., 141 

Doan, M., 105 

Dodd, H. M. (Mrs. W. E. Thompson), 30 

Dodd, K., 30 

Dodd, M. P. (Mrs. P. H. Sangree), 30 

Dodd, Mrs. M. (Field, A.), 34 

Dodge, C. W., 30 

Dodge, E., 30 

Dodge, Mrs. R. B. (Sinclair, A.), 94 

Doe, J. A. (Mrs. L. R. Shero), 30 

Doepke, A., 141 

Dogura, M. (Viscountess Y. Uchida), 30 

Dohan, Mrs. J. M. (Hall, E. H.), 6 

Doheny, M. E., 30 

Dole, Mrs. H. S. (Smith, T. H.), 69 

Dom, A., 186 

Donaldson, E., 30 

Donaldson, S. V., 186 

Donchian, E., 31 

Doneghy, D., 105 

Donnelley, C, 186 

Donnelley, E., 186 

Donnelly, H. M., 105 

Donnelly, L. M., 31 

Donohue, E. H., 186 

Doolittle, H., 141 

Doolittle, M., 10 

Doolittle, M. C, 31 

Dorsey, C. W. (Mrs. A. H. Richardson), 31 

Dougall, Mrs. A. St. G. (Maitland, M. E.), 

155 
Dougherty, E., 141 
Douglas, A., 141 

Douglas, G. (Mrs. M. L. Johnston), 31 
Douglas, Jr., Mrs. J. H. (Hutchinson, M.), 

45 
Douglas, X. W. (Mrs. F. A. Ellis), 141 
Douglas, Mrs. P. H. (Wolff, D. S.), 79 
Douglass, Mrs. G. A. (Welsh, F. M.), 173 
Dover, M. V., 87 
Dowd, C. E., 31 

Dowler, Mrs. C. E. A. (Bash, A. B.), 98 
Downer, A. P. (Mrs. J. P. Holland), 141 
Downey, .K M., 87 

Downing, H. A. (Mrs. L. A. Gray), 141 
Downing, J. C, 141 
Downing, M., 105 

Downs, E. W. (Mrs. R. Evans, Jr.), 141 
Doxrud. O. C, 141 

Doyle, Mrs. L. J. (Hooker, T. F.), 149 
Drake, N. B., 87 

Draper, Mrs. H. H. (McCarroll, H. E.), 117 
Dreutlein, M. C. (Mrs. J. C. Shults), 105 



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233 



Drinker, Mrs. C. K. (Rotan, K. L.), 64 

Drinkwater, G. H., 105 

Driver, R. (Mrs. J. F. Rock), 141 

Droege, M., 105 

Dubach, A. R., 186 

Duckett, E. S., 5 

Dudley, Mrs. C. B. (Crawford, M. V.). 28 

Dudley, Mrs. C. T. (Emery, S. L.), 32 

Dudley, D. (Mrs. H. B. Harvey), 31 

Dudley, H., 31 

Dudley, H. S., 31 

Dudley, K., 141 

Dudley, L., 5 

Dudley, M. (Mrs. W. P. Walker), 141 

Duffy, Mrs. J. E. (Johnson, E.), 113 

Dufoureq, K. V., 31 

Duhring, Jr., Mrs. H. L. (Lambtri, H.), 153 

Duke, J. B. (Mrs. S. C. Henning), 141 

Dulles, E. L., 31 

Dulles, M. J. (Mrs. D. Edwards), 142 

Dunbar, Mrs. H. F. (Knauth, I. M.), 152 

Dunbar, R. J. (Mrs. C. S. Sheldon, Jr.), 105 

Duncan, M. S., 31 

Dungan, E. (Mrs. G. W. Moore, Jr.), 31 

Dunham, A. M. (Mrs. J. R. Reilly), 31 

Dunham, E. C, 31 

Dunlop, Mrs. G. Q. (Seely, B. W.), 66 

Dunn, A., 186 

Dunn, E. C., 87 

Dunn, H. P.. 142 

Du Pont, Mrs. P. S. (Beb'n, A.), 18 

Durand, E. P. (Mrs. G. B. McColl), 31 

Durand, M. P. (Mrs. C. B. Gordy), 31 

Dure, A. (Mrs. N. W. How«ll), 142 

Durfee, Mrs. R. N. (Brayton, A. S.), 21 

Durham, Mrs. R. (Holman, H.), 149 

Duror, C. A., 81 

Dutcher, E. O., 142 

Dutton, Mrs. H. J. (Meredith, R.). 118 

Du Val, K. I. (Mrs. H. S. Pitts), 31 

Dyer, L., 142 

Dyer, M. B., 31 

Dyer, M., 105 

Eadie, M., 186 

Eager, Mrs. A. (Murray, C. H.), 158 

Eagle, Mrs. H. (Hardenbergh, H.), 147 

Eames, E. A., 105 

Earle, D., 31 

Earle, J. M., 106 

East, H. C„ 106 

Easter, Mrs. J. W. (Tinges, A.), 170 

Eastham, W. W. (Mrs. C. S. F. Lincoln), 

142 
Eastland, X. E., 106 
Eastman, E., 31 

Easton, M. (Mrs. F. R. Liggett), 106 
Easton, Mrs. M. W. (Martin, J. B.), 155 
Eastwick, K. C. H., 142 



Eaton, Mrs. J. T. (Harding, F. K.), 110 

Eberbach, A. G., 142 

Eberman, E. (Mrs. G. G. Cornwell), 142 

Eby, M. D., 106 

Ecob, E. (Mrs. H. M. Sawyer), 31 

Ecob, K. G., 31 

Ecroyd, M. H., 186 

Eddingfield, J. C., 82 

Eddy, H. M., 87 

Eddy, Mrs. M. E. (Lawther, M. R.), 153 

Eddy, O. G. (Mrs. C. A. Carpenter), 32 

Edgerton, G., 32 

Edison, M. (Mrs. J. E. Sloane), 142 

Edmand, M. J. (Mrs. F. P. Xoble), 87 

Edmunds, Mrs. C. W. (Kaminski, L. V.), 

113 
Edwards, A. T., 106 
Edwards, Mrs. A. C. (Case, C. C), 24 
Edwards, Mrs. D. (Dulles, M. J.), 142 
Edwards, E., 32 

Edwaids, Mrs. E. A. (Garrigues, S.), 145 
Edwards, E. M., 106 
Edwards, Mrs. H. L. (Buxton, C. F.), 23 
Edwards, K. M., 87 

Edwards, Mrs. M. R. (Hooper, E. E.), 43 
Edwards, P. C. H. (Mrs. E. S. Cason), 142 
Edward, S. V., 106 
Egan, M. M., 32 
Ehlers, A. L. A., 186 
Ehlers, B. S-, 32 
Ehlers, H., 32 
Ehlers, L. C, 186 

Ehrman, Mrs. G. E. (Schoff, L.), 60 
Eichberg, A. (Mrs. A. T. Shohl), 32 
Eikenberry, Mrs. W. A. (Murray, M.), 119 
Eilers, M. E., 186 

Eisenhart, Mrs. L. P. (Schmidt, K. R.), 164 
Eisenhower, A. B., 106 
EisfeWer, Mrs. M. (Gusky, M. E.), 146 
Elcock, G. M., 32 

Elder, G. A. (Mrs. F. A. Saunders), 32 
Elder, L. R., 32 
Eldredge, A., 32 
Eldridge, I. S., 32 
Elfreth, A. E., 142 
Eliot, M. M., 142 

Elliot, M. (Mrs. J. L. Vauclain), 32 
Ellis, E. D., 5 

Ellis, Mrs. F. A. (Douglas, X. W.), 141 
Ellis, L. R., 32 
Ellis, M. F., 32 
EUis, S. F., 32 
Ellsworth, Mrs. C. LeR. (Richards, T. L.), 

162 
Ellsworth, Mrs. D. H. (Staples, H. R.), 70 
Elmer, E. X. (Mrs. H. Tenney), 142 
Elmore, M. T., 106 

Elser, Jr., Mrs. M. (Richter, H. R.), 63 
Elwell, R. P., 142 



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Elwood, C. P., 32 

Ely, A. M., 142 

Ely, G. S., 142 

Ely, K. B. (Mrs. C. L. Tiffany), 32 

Ely, Mrs. R. S. (Minor, C), 55 

Emerson, E., 32 

Emerson, Mrs. H. (Parrish, G.), 160 

Emerson, H., 32 

Emerson, H. T., 142 

Emerson, Mrs. O. F. (Logan, A. L.), 154 

Emerson, R. {Mrs. H. M. Fletcher), 32 

Emery, A., 106 

Emery, A. C. (Mrs. F. G. Allinson), 5 

Emery, Mrs. C. F. (Washburn, E. P.), 172 

Emery, G. C, 32 

Emery, Mrs. H. C. (Allinson, S. C), 15 

Emery, S. L. (Mrs. C. T. Dudley), 32 

Emlen, Jr., Mrs. S. (Haines, M. H.), 39 

Emmons, E. W., 32 

Emory, L. van B. (Mrs. F. Sampson), 142 

Engelhard, D. L. (Mrs. M. A. Lane), 142 

Engelhard, M. J., 142 

Engelmann, S. C, 106 

Eno, S. W. (Mrs. E. B. Sherman), 106 

Erben, H., 142 

Erbsloh, G. F. A. (Mrs. R. O. Miiller), 142 

Erbsloh, O. H. C, 33 

Erismann, P. A. C, 33 

Eschweiler, H. L., 142 

Esgen, Mrs. F. W. (Johnson, E.), 113 

Esselborn, J. (Mrs. F. A. Geier), 143 

Estabrook, Mrs. M. (Nichols, H. S.), 159 

Esterly, Mrs. H. M. (Norcross, E.), 58 

Evans, A. R. (Mrs. C. Perkins), 143 

Evans, Mrs. D. J. (Allen R.), 131 

Evans, D. M., 143 

Evans, Mrs. E. H. (Malott, E. L.), 155 

Evans, E. V., 186 

Evans, Mrs. E. W. (Morris, J. P.), 56 

Evans, Mrs. H. (Hathaway, S.), 148 

Evans, H. L. (Mrs. R. M. Lewis), 143 

Evans, H. R., 143 

Evans, Mrs. J. W. (Claggett, E. J.), 102 

Evans, K. M., 33 

Evans, L. (Mrs. S. C. Chew), 33 

Evans, M. J., 106 

Evans, M. A., 33 

Evans, R. M., 143 

Evans, Jr., Mrs. R. E. (Downs, E. W.), 141 

Everdell, Mrs. W. (Romeyn, E. R.), 163 

Everett, C. A., 186 

Everett, D., 106 

Everett, H., 33 

Everett, J. H., 143 

Evers, H. M., 5 

Ewald, M., 106 

Ewart, J. C., 106 

Ewen, M., 143 

Ewerth, M., 106 



Fabian, E. S. (Mrs. R. Webster), 33 

Fabian, M., 143 

Fabian, M. H., 33 

Fabin, M. C., 106 

Fabyan, Mrs. M. (McCormick, E. H.), 156 

Fahnestock, E., 5 

Failing, K. F. (Mrs. H. C. Ritz), 33 

Fairbank, N. (Mrs. L. Bell), 33 

Fairbanks, Mrs. A. W. (Clarke, E.), 25 

Fairbanks, C, 87 

Fairclough, E. M., 87 

Falconbridge, Mrs. J. D. (Hamilton, E. P.), 

147 
Falk, Z. S. (Mrs. R. Szold), 33 
Fanshawe, L. (Mrs. J. F. Clapp), 143 
Faries, E., 33 

Farley, Mrs. R. H. (Sickel, C), 68 
Farmer, Mrs. M. (Merriman, L.), 55 
Farnham, L. A. (Mrs. D. W. Horn), 10 
Farnsworth, E. B., 186 
Farquhar, D. (Mrs. F. C. Cross), 33 
Farr, C. E., 33 

Farrar, Mrs. J. X. (Hearne, A. C), 41 
Farrell, H. T., 186 
Farwell. L. (Mrs. E. B. HiU), 33 
Faulkner, Elizabeth, (Mrs. W. H. Lacey), 

143 
Faulkner, Ellen, 33 
Fauvre, E. M., 186 
Fauvre, M. M. (Mrs. T. L. Wiles), 33 
Fawcett, Mrs. H. S. (Tostenson, H.), 128 
Fawcett, M. E. (Mrs. G. E. Fawcett)-, 107 
Fay, M. V., 143 
Fay, M. L., 10 
Fearey, M. L., 143 
Feder, L. H., 107, 180 
Fegley, B. H., 33 
Fell, E. N., 33 
Fendall, M. G., 33 
Fenollosa, B. (Mrs. M. Biddle), 143 
Ferguson, B. E., 186 
Ferguson, D. E., 186 
Ferguson, L. S., 143 
Ferguson, M. R., 33 
Fernald, G. M., 107 

Ferris, Mrs. A. J. (Shoemaker, A. P.), 165 
Ferris, F. C, 143 
Ferris, H., 186 
Fette, M. D. D., 186 
Fetterman, M. G.. 33 
Feurer, M. B., 143 
Field, A. M., 107 
Field, A. (Mrs. M. Dodd), 34 
Field, Mrs. J. A. (Walker, A. M.), 75 
Field, M. E. (Mrs. C. N. Buck), 143 
Fields, Mrs. H. H. (Rodi, I.), 123 
Filbert, Mrs. G. B. (Parker, A. P.), 59 
Fillius, E. S. (Mrs. B. M. Holt), 107 
Finch, E., 186 



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235 



Finch, Mrs. H. H. (Townes, A. C). 128 

Fincke, F. A. (Mrs. L. Hand), 34 

Findley, Mrs. J. D. (Dean, E.), 20 

Fine, S. B. P., 143 

Finerty, Mrs. J. F. (Foley, L.), 34 

Fink, H. (Mrs. D. Zinno), 143 

Fischel, E. (Mrs. G. Gellhorn), 34 

Fish, M. A., 143 

Fishbein, D., 143 

Fisher, J. M., 186 

Fisk, E. L. (Mrs. J. W. DuB. Gould), 143 

Fiske, C. H., 143 

Fiske, M. G., 144 

FitzGerald, Mrs. R. Y. (Walker, S. G.), 75 

Fitzsimmons, Mrs. W. L. (Wade, R. A.), 

75 
Flaherty, Mrs. R. J. (Hubbard, F. J.), 44 
Flanagan, M. G., 144 
Flather, M. D., 107, 180 
Fleck, H. M., 144 

Fleischmann, H. (Mrs. J. W. Mettler), 144 
Fleischmann, L., 34 

Fleischmann, Mrs. U. M. (Kerr, J. B.), 48 
Fleisher, Mrs. A. (Loeb, F. M.), 154 
Fleisher, E. L. (Mrs. D. Riesman), 34 
Fleisher, M. W. (Mrs. J. S. Wolf), 34 
Fleming, H. E. (Mrs. A. D. Turner), 144 
Fleming, Mrs. M. (Allport, C. E.), 131 
Fleming, M. A., 34 

Fleming, Mrs. P. C. (Scripture, W.), 66 
Fleming, Jr., Mrs. T\ (Brown, M. E.), 136 
Fletcher, Mrs. H. M. {Emerson, R.), 32 
Fletcher, Mrs. H. M. (Parrish, E.), 59 
Fletcher, K. S., 34 
Flexner, H., 144 
Flexner, J. A., 186 
Flexner, M., 34 

Flexner, Mrs. S. (Thomas, H. W.), 72 
Flickinger, A., 10 
Flinn, H. L., 144 

Flint, Mrs. R. (Lauterbach, A.), 49 
Floersheim, E. W. (Mrs. A. J. Bamberger), 

144 
Florance, R. N., 144 
Floyd, O. B., 186 
Focht, M., 34 

Fogg, E. (Mrs. E. S. Mead), 87 
Fogg, Mrs. L. J. (Bartholomew, M. E.), 17 
Fohs, Mrs. F. J. (Baldauf, C.), 133 
Foley, L. (Mrs. J. F. Finerty), 34 
Follansbee, B. D. (Mrs. B. Caldwell), 34 
Follansbee, E. D. (Mrs. W. B. Hale), 34 
Follansbee, S. D. (Mrs. W. G. Hibbard, 

Jr.), 34 
Foltz, Mrs. C. S. (Kieffer, J. B.), 48 
Foot, E. M. L., 187 

Foote, Mrs. H. W. (Jenkins, M. B.), 46 
Forbes, M. (Mrs. A. C. Klebs), 144 
Ford, F. T., 144 



Ford, G. M. (Mrs. W. H. Weimer, Jr.), 144 

Ford, L. O. (Mrs. W. McM. Rutter), 144 

Fordyce, Mrs. J. R. (Powell, L. A.), 161 

Fordyce, R. W„ 34 

Fordyce, Mrs. W. C. (Orrick, C.), 58 

Forman, A. E. ; , 144 

Forman , Jr., Mrs. H. B. (Chandlee, E. B.) , 9 

Forster, D. (Mrs. R. B. Miller), 34 

Forster, E., 34 

Forster, S. K. (Mrs. H. C. Ruhl), 34 

Foster, D., 34 

Foster, E. A., 10 

Foster, F. A., 6 

Foster, L. 34 

Foster, Mabel (Mrs. W. Spinney), 34 

Foster, Mildred, (Mrs. L. BaAfeTIonTTsl" 

Foster, M. M. (Mrs. C. H. Morrison), 144 

Foster, V. B., 144 

Fouilhoux, Mrs. J. A. (Clark, J. B.), 25 

Foiilke, C. R. (Mrs. J. F. Urie), 35 

Foulke, G. (Mrs. E. A. Andrews), 144 

Foulke, Mrs. J. R. (Garrett, F. B.), 145 

Foulke, L. (Mrs. S. C. Hughes), 144 

Foulke, M. T. R. (Mrs. J. W. Morrisson), 

35 
Foulke, R. M. (Mis. N. C. Cregar), 144 
Fountain, A., 187 

Fountain, Mrs. G. (Caldwell, E. M.), 23 
Fowler, E. (Mrs. M. K. Neale), 10 
Fowler, K, 35 
Fowler, L., 35 
Fowler, S., 35 
Fox, E. R., 144 

Fox, Mrs. R. T. (Walton, L. S.), 172 
Frace, M., 35 
France, M. v. T., 187 
France, W. C. (Mrs. J. E. Wright), 87 
Francis, C. J. (Mrs. J. A. Dickson), 35 
Francis, Mrs. R. S. (Congdon, L. B.), 27 
Francisco, L. (Mrs. T. Newby), 107 
Frank, G. (Mrs. T. Frank), 107 
Frank, M. B. F. (Mrs. M. J. Rosenau), 35 
Franklin, A. D., 107 
Franklin, Jr., Mrs. B. (Kenyon, A.), 11 
Franklin, Mrs. B. S. (Carroll, J. E.), 102 
Franklin, Margaret, L., 35 
Franklin, Marjorie L., 87 
Franklin, S. B., 6 

Fraser, Mrs. A. M. (Canada, M. A.), 137 
Fraser, Mrs. D. T. (Shenstone, M. E.), 67 
Fraser, J., 107 
Fraser, L. L., 35 

Fiazer, Mrs. J. G. (Reed, K.), 162 
Frazier, J. V., 187 
Fiederick, M. DuB. (Mrs. H. K. Holt- 

zinger), 144 
Free, M. L., 35 
Freeman, M. L., 107 
Freer, E. (Mrs. E. R. Wilhon), 35 



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Frehafer, M. K., 35 

Frelinghuysen, Mrs. P. H. B. (Havemeyer, 

A.), 40 
French, A. G. (Mrs. T. Wallace), 35 
Fricke, E. F. (Mrs. A. G. Peterkin, Jr.), 107 
Friedlander, E., 107 
Friedline, C. L., 88 
Frieiid, M. A. (Mrs. M. Low), 35 
Fries, E. R., 35 
Frisbie, E., 88 
Fronheiser, M. D. (Mrs. P. T. Meredith), 

35 
Frost, M. G. (Mrs. W. S. Packer), 35 
Frost, M. L., 187 
Fry, A. D., 35 

Fry, Mrs. L. H. (Canan, M. S.), 23 
Fulcher, Mrs. G. S. (Morgan, L. B.), 118 
Fuller, C. B. (Mrs. W. Taylor), 144 
Fuller, E. D., 187 
Fuller, F. H., 187 
Fuller, H. G., 107 

Fuller, J. A. (Mrs. A. B. DeRicou), 144 
Fuller, Mrs. W. P. (Channing, E. T.), 138 
Fullerton, K. (Mrs. G. H. Gerould), 108 
Fulton, L. O. (Mis. F. T. Gucker), 35 
Fulton, M. A. (Mrs. R. Spencer), 145 
Fultz, Mrs. J. M. (Baltz, E. D.), 17 
Funk, Mrs. R. T. (Southwick, L. J.), 166 
Funkhouser, E. L., 35 

Furman, R. A. (Mrs. D. C. N. Collins), 36 
Furnas, E., 108 
Furnas, M. M., 108 
Furness, R. W. (Mrs. J. F. Porter), 36 
Fyfe, F. M., 36 

Gabel, A. M., 187 

Gabel, L. C., 108, 180 

Gabell, E., 187 

Gabriel, G. E., 108 

Gage, K. A., 88 

Gage, M. W., 145 

Gail, N. L., 36 

Galabert, J. M., 10S 

Galbraith, A. W., 108 

Gale, E. E., 36 

Gale, M. E. (Mrs. C. B. Hibbard), 108 

Gallagher, Mrs. P. (Corson, E. S.), 27 

Gait, C. M., 36 

Gannett, A. P., 36 

Gannon, K. H., 145 

Gano, K. V., 145 

Gardiner, M. S., 36 

Gardner, Mrs. A. A. (Willels, K. T.), 78 

Gardner, C, 108 

Gardner, E. D., 36 

Gardner, Mrs. H. (Streeter, J.), 71 

Gardner, J. A., 10 

Gardner, K. L., 187 

Gardner, M., 145 



Garfield, L., 36 

Garlock, L. M. (Mrs. P. H. Brown), 145 

Garlow, L., 108 

Garner, Mrs. A. P. (Ross, M. J.), 64 

Garretson, A. E. (Mrs. J. D. Smalley), 36 

Garrett, C. H., 36 

Garrett, F. B. (Mrs. J. R. Foulke), 145 

Garrett, H. A. (Mrs. K. Smith), 145 

Garrett, I. M. (Mrs. J. P. Muiphy), 36 

Garrett, M. R. (Mrs. H. S. Williams), 145 

Garrigues, M. A. (Mrs. J. A. Lester), 145 

Garrigues, R., 145 

Garrigues, S. (Mrs. E. A. Edwards), 145 

Garrison, C. K., 187 

Garrison, M. E., 187 

Gates, F. C, 88 

Gates, Mis. J. W. (Congdon, D. I.), 27 

Gatewood, E. G., 108 

Gatling, Mrs. A. B. (Meeker, M.), 157 

Gatling, R., 145 

Gayler, R. H., 36 

Geary, Mrs. H. L. (Ballard, J. M.), 133 

Geddes, H. C, 108 

Geer, H., 108 

Geier, Mrs. F. A. (Esselborn, J.), 143 

Gellhorn, Mrs. G. (Fischel, E.), 34 

Gendell, A. A., 36 

Gerould, Mrs. G. H. (Fullerton, K.), 108 

Gentry, B., 6 

George, M. R. E., 145 

George, M. M., 108 

Gerhard, A. H., 36 

Gerhard, E. H., 10 

Gerlach, E., 108 

Gerstenberg, A., 145 

Gest, A. E., 36 

Gibb, L. W. (Mrs. W. G. Jones), 36 

Gibbons, Mrs. H. A. (Brown, H. D.), 136 

Gibbons, V. L., 6 

Gibbs, H. C, 187 

Gibson, A. P., 145 

Gibson. L. I., 36 

Gies, Mrs. W. J. (Lark, M. L.), 115 

Gifford, F. S., 36 

Gifford, I. E., 145 

Gignoux, E. M., 36 

Gildner, L. M., 108 

Giles, E. R., 10 

Gill, Mrs. J. G. (Stites, H. C), 16S 

Gill, Mrs. T. H. (Sceets, L. A.), 124 

Gillett, Mis. E. K. (Goodnow, I. L.), 145 

Gilliland, M., 108 

Gilliland, Mrs. H. S. (Breckenridge, M. J.), 

81 
Gillinder, A. (Mis. J. T. Carson), 37 
Gilman, M., 187 

Gilman, Mrs. R. E. (Williams, M. S.), 78 
Gilman, Jr., Mrs. T. (Silkman, E.), 165 
Gilmour, L., 145 



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237 



Gilroy, H. T.. 10 

Gilroy, J. J. (Mrs. E. T. Hal)), 37 

Gimbel, G. L. (Mrs. E. M. Dannenbaum) , 

145 
Girdwood, E. M. (Mrs. G. Peirce), 37 
GitbeDs, M. U. (Mrs. A. Calvert), 37 
Glascock, E., 145 
Glasner, M. D., 187 
Gleim, M. A., 10 
Glenn, F. M., 37 
Glenn, M. D., 37 

Glenn, R. (Mrs. E. J. Pennell), 37 
Glide, M. L. (Mrs. C. M. Goethe), 108 
Goddard, A. (Mrs. R. M. Chappell), 108 
Goddard, G. (Mrs. C. M. Rich), 108 
Godfrey, D. (Mrs. C. S. Wayman), 145 
Godley, C. S., 37 
Godwin, E. D., 187 

Goethe, Mrs. C. M. (Glide, M. L.), 108 
Goff, E. P., 37 
Goff, G. A., 37 

Goff, L. (Mrs. A. B. Johnson), 10 
Goffe, M. V. (Mrs. F. Hoar), 37 
Goggin, M. S., 187 
Goldman, A., 37 

Goldman, B. (Mrs. B. Gutmann), 37 
Goldman, H., 37 
Goldmark, J. C., 37 
Goldmark, P. D., 37 
Goldmark, S., 145 

Goldsmith, C. A. (Mrs. J. S. Simsohn), 37 
Goldsmith, S., 145 

Goldsmith, S. S. (Mrs. J. D. Aronson), 37 
Goldstein, H. F., 180 
Goodale, C. W. (Mrs. R. Warren), 37 
Goodall, W., 37, 180 
Goodell, E. (Mrs. J. Gregson, Jr.), 37 
Goodell, Mrs. H. S. (Hubbard, C. A.), 150 
Goodhart, Mrs. H. L. (Walter, M. F.), 76 
Goodhue, M. B., 38 
Goodman, B. F., 88 
Goodnow, Mrs. D. F. (Smith, M.), 69 
Goodnow, I. L. {Mrs. E. K. Gillett), 145 
Goodnow, L. R. (Mrs. J. V. A. MacMur- 

ray), 145 
Goodrich, E. (Mrs. C. C. Reckitt), 38 
Goodiich, G. G., 88 

Goodrich, Mrs. H. B. (Ware, C. C.), 70 
Goodwillie, Mrs. D. H. (Biyant, E. H.), 22 
Goodwin, M. M. (Mrs. C. L. Storrs), 10 
Gookin, N. C., 187 

Gordon, Mrs. B. H. (Gieenewald, J. R.), 38 
Gordon, G. R., 146 
Gordon, W., 88 

Gordy, Mrs. C. B. (Durand, M. P.), 31 
Goudge, M. E. (Mrs. H. W. Crane), 109 
Gould, A. B., 38 

Gould, Mrs. J. W. DuB. (Fisk, E. L.), 143 
Goulding, Mrs. H. J. (McCune, M.), 156 



Gowen, E., 38 

Gowing, J., 187 

Grabau, A. W., 38 

Grabill, W. (Mis. R. C. Chapin), 109 

Grace, J. R., 38 

Grace, V. R., 187 

Grafton, Mis. E. H. (Whitehead, A. M.), 

78 
Gragg, F. A., 109 
Graham, B., 146 

Graham, Mrs. E. A. (Tredway, H.), 13 
Graham, E. M. (Mrs. F. G. Millar), 88 
Graham, M. A., 6 
Granger, E. S., 38 

Grant, Mrs. A. G. (Delano, C. L.), 29 
Grant, Jr., Mrs. G. (Stone, K. L.), 168 
Grant, Mrs. H. L. (Scribner, M. B.), 164 
Grant, M. A., 88 

Grau, Mrs. A. A. (Newman, C. E.), 119 
Grave, Mrs. B. H. (Moore, L. H.), 118 
Graves, E., 38 

Gray, A. W. (Mrs. H. S. Pratt), 109 
Gray, E. D., 38 

Gray, E. L. (Mrs. J. T. McLaughlin), 146 
Gray, Mrs. L. A. (Downing, H. A.), 141 
Gray, Mrs. R. (Tudor, M.), 170 
Greeley, E. E., 146 

Greeley, H. R. (Mrs. E. A. Russell, Jr.), 38 
Gieeley, Mrs. S. A. (Coffin, D.), 26 
Greely, A. (Mrs. C. L. Adams), 38 
Green, A. B. (Mrs. R. Annan), 38 
Green, Mrs. F. H. (Heritage, G. L.), 10 
Green, M. C. (Mrs. E. McC. Mulock), 146 
Green, P. (Mrs. C. S. Andeison), 146 
Green, Ji., Mrs. S. M. (Henderson, H. H. 

L.), 41 
Greene, A. B., 88 

Greene, A. D. (Mrs. G. Bates), 146 
Greene, C. B. (Mrs. P. King), 38 
Greene, D., 146 
Greene, E. C, 109 

Greene, Mrs. G. S. (Lepper, M. A.), 50 
Greene, I. A. (Mrs. L. A. Test), 109 
Greenewald, J. R. (Mrs. B. H. Gordon), 38 
Greenfield, Mrs. A. M. (Kraus, E. F.), 152 
Greening, Mrs. H. B. (Haines, H. E.), 39 
Greenough, B. C, 10 

Greenough, E. (Mrs. R. E. Robbins), 140 
Greenwood, C. D. (Mrs. H. McManis), 109 
Gregg, M., 187 

Gregory, Mrs. G. D. (Stevens, H. L.), 70 
Gregory, Mrs. S. S. (Stirling, J. W.), 70 
Gregson, Jr., Mrs. J. (Goodell, E.), 37 
Grenfell, Mrs. W. T. (MacClanahan, A. E. 

C), 52 
Gribbel, Mrs. W. G. (Latta, M. D.), 153 
Gribi, M. (Mrs. O. A. Kreutzberg), 38 
Grice, E. M., 109 
Grieb, M. E., 109 



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Griffin, Mrs. E. L. (Spray, R. G.), 94 

Griffin, H. J., 88 

Griffith, C. J., 38 

Griffith, E. M., 38 

Griffith, H., 38 

Griggs, D. M. L., 140 

Grim, L. M., 187 

Grimes, E. (Mrs. J. H. Outland), 109 

Griscom, E. L. (Mrs. J. M. Briscoe), 146 

Gross, E. (Mrs. G. A. Meyer), 146 

Gross, Mrs. H. McC. (Bailey, E.), 132 

Grossman, B. M., 38 

Grotevant, K. E., 38 

Groton, Mrs. N. B. (Heffern, A. C), 41 

Gruening, M., 109 

Guckenheimer, A. (Mrs. M. H. Herzog), 

146 
Gucker, Mrs. F. T. (Fulton, L. O.), 35 
Guffey, M. E. (Mrs. C. Miller), 38 
Guild, Mis. G. M. (Montague, M.), 55 
Guilford, E. G. (Mrs. W. S. Dalzell), 38 
Guillou, Mrs. H. E. (Walters, A. B.), 76 
Gusky, M. E. (Mrs. M. Eis] elder), 146 
Guthrie, H. S., 187 
Guthrie, M. J., 180 
GutmanD, Mrs. B. (Goldman, B.), 37 
Guy, R. A., 109 

Gwinn, M. (Mrs. A. Hoddei), 6 
Gyger, M. C, 146 

Haas, Mrs. A. (Haas, J.), 146 

Haas, A. M., 39 

Haas, J. (Mrs. A. Haas), 146 

Hack, Mrs. H. W. (Hartshorn, J. D.), 147 

Hack. Mrs. R. K. (Thwing, A. S.), 73 

Hackenberg, E. M., 109 

Hacker, E. L. (Mrs. A. H. Norton), 39 

Hackett, Mis. F. S. (Allen, F. D.), 15 

Hackett, Mrs. W. H. Y.(Haydock, L. L.), 41 

Hackney, H. C. (Mrs. D. White), 109 

Hadley, Mrs. M. N. (Henley, F. R.), Ill 

Haenssler, M. (Mrs. S. B. Reynolds), 39 

Haevernick, E., 146 

Hager, Mrs. D. (Taber, M. H.), 169 

Hahn, D. A., 39 

Hailey, E. L., 146 

Hailey, Mrs. H. K. (Mitchell, B. M.), 158 

Haines, A. J., 39 

Haines, G. P., 39 

Haines, H. E. (Mrs. H. B. Greening), 39 

Haines, I. P. (Mrs. J. W. Nicholson, Jr.), 

146 
Haines, J. B., 10 

Haines, J. L. (Mrs. J. A. MacDonald), 39 
Haines, L. R. (Mis. W. P. Biggs), 146 
Haines, M. H. (Mrs. S. Emlen, Jr.), 39 
Haines, M. (Mrs. F. I. Herriott), 109 
Haines, M. S. (Mrs. T. S. Cox\ 140 
Haines, M. T., 39 



Haldeman, A. M. (Mrs. E. Julius), 146 

Hale, M., 109 

Hale, Mrs. W. B. (Follansbee, E. D.), 34 

Hales, L., 187 

Hall, A. L. (Mrs. H. M. Phillips), 39 

Hall, C. R., 39 

Hall, D. P., 187 

Hall, E. H. (Mis. J. M. Dohan), 

Hall, E. M., 187 

Hall, E. R., 39 

Hall, Mrs. E. T. (Gilroy, J. J.), 37 

Hall, F. (Mrs. J. C. Philips), 109 

Hall, Mrs. F. T. (Beggs, E. M.), 133 

Hall, J., 146 

Hall, Mrs. J. L. (Child, C. M.), 138 

Hall, M., 39 

Hall, M. G., 39 

Hall, Mrs. P. C. (Underhill, M. R.), 170 

Hall, Mrs. R. I. (Brand, H. P.), 20 

Halle, M. R., 10, 181 . 

Hallett, S. N., 109 

Hallidy, Mrs. R. J. (Thompson, F. DA.), 

95 
Hallowell, B. (Mrs. A. C. Dickson), 147 
Halpen, S. M., 39 

Halsey, C. VanW. (Mrs. F. R. Kellogg), 39 
Hamill, N. M., 147 
Hamilton, A. G., 39 
Hamilton, E., 10 
Hamilton, E. P. (Mrs. J. D. Falcon bridge), 

147 
Hamilton, Mrs. F. B. (Ramsey, E. Y.J, 162 
Hamilton, Mrs. G. S. (Hurd, E. C.), 150 
Hamilton, Mrs. L. P. (Darlington, S. W.). 

29 
Hamilton, M., 39 
Hamilton, R. G., 187 
Hammer, C. P., 39 
Hammei, H. (Mrs. S. M. Link), 147 
Hammitt, R. (Mrs. R. W. Kauffman), 147 
Hammond, A. B., 40 

Hammond, Mrs. O. H. (Siemens, M. P.), 167 
Hand, Mrs. C. F. (Clark, E. B.), 138 
Hand, Mrs. L. (Fincke, F. A.), 34 
Hand, S. E., 188 

Handy, Mrs. G. W. (Keen, D.), 47 
Hanington, F. (Mrs. C. R. Carter), 88 
Hanley, Mrs. J. C. (Pomeroy, D.), 121 
Hanley, Mrs. M. L. (Wardell, B. I,.), 129 
Hann, A. T., 40 
Hanna, Jr., Mrs. H. H. (McCulloch, A.), 

156 
Hanna, H. 1., 181 
Hanna, M. A., 
Hansell, H., 147 

Hapgood, Mrs. N. (Reynolds, E. K.), 162 
Happold, M. E., 147 
Harbach, M. A., 110 
Harben, C. (Mrs. W. C. Macavoy), 147 



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Harbeson, L. M., 40 

Hardcastle, F., 88 

Hardenbergh, Mrs. C. M. (Nichols, M. B.), 

57 
Hardeiibergh, H. (Mrs. H. Eagle), 147 
Hardenbrook, M., 89 
HardiD, V., 110 
Harding, C. G., 147 
Harding, F. K. (Mrs. J. T. Eaton), 110 
HardoD, A. F., 40 
Hardy, C. (Mrs. E. S. Jarrett), 40 
Hardy, M., 188 

Haring, Mrs. C. H. (Haring, H. G.), 147 
Harkness, Mrs. F. E. (McMahan, [/'.), 118 
Harlan, A. E., 40 
Harlan, M. L., 147 
Harlan, M. M., 40 
Harlan, R. M., 147 
Harley, K. V., 40 
Harman, Mrs. A. (Cox, L. A.), 27 
Harmon, E., 6 

Harnish, B. M. (Mrs. J. R. Stein), 147 
Harper, C. A., 6 
Harper, E., 40 

Harper, F. M. (Mrs. J. G. Lloyd), 110 
Harper, Mrs. P. C. (White, A. L.). 77 
Harper, Mrs. P. V. (Vincent, I. D.), 75 
Harrington, C. E. (Mrs. A. H. Brooks), 40 
Harrington, E. B., 110 
Harrington, H. N., 147 
Harrington, R. (Mrs. R. Haydoek), 147 
Harris, D. E., 147 
Harris, E. (Mrs. E. H. Keiser), 10 
Harris, E. D., 188 

Harris, F. B. (Mrs. R. D. Brown), 40 
Harris, Mrs. F. H. (Naylor, E. R.), 119 
Harris, H. M., 10 
Harris, Mrs. H. R. (Selig, A.), 164 
Harris, Mrs. H. T. (Burton, C. R.), 101 
Harris, J. H., 147 

Harris, Mrs. J. McA. (Weygandt, S.), 77 
Harris, L. W., 40 

Harris, M. V. (Mrs. H. I. Brown), 40 
Harris, M., 40 
Harrison, A. C., 188 
Harrison, E. (Mrs. P. F. Kipling), 89 
Harrison, J. A., 78 
Harrison, J. L., 147 
Harrison, J. P., 89 

Harrison, M. A. (Mrs. S. S. Myrick), 110 
Harrison, S. R. (Mrs. A. C. Johnson), 110 
Harrison, Mrs. S. M. (Packard, E.), 160 
Harrison, Mrs. T. (Landers, P. A.), 153 
Hart, A. B. G., 110 
Hart, R. E., 40 

Hart, R. P. (Mrs. J. R. Swartzlander) , 147 
Hartford, Mrs. C. M. (Shelden, M.), 165 
Hartman, G., 40 
Hartshorn, J. D. (Mrs. H. W. Hack). 147 



Hartshorne, A. (Mrs. C. T. Brown), 40 

Hartshorne, Mrs. H. {Curtis, M.), 104 

Hartshorne, M. M., 147 

Hartwig, A. L., 148 

Harvey, H. F., 110 

Harvey, Mrs. H. B. (Dudley, D.), 31 

Haseman, M. G., 6 

Haskell, G. F. (Mrs. I. O. Kemble), 110 

Haskell, M. K., 40 

Hatch, L., 89 

Hathaway, S. (Mrs. H. Evans), 148 

Hattersley, M., 110 

Hatton, F. G. (Mrs. E. C. Kelton), 40 

Haughwout, H. P. (Mrs. W. E. Putnam, 

Jr.), 40 
Haupt, I. A., 10, 181 
Haupt, Mrs. W. C. (Morgan, M. A.), 56 
Havemeyer, A. (Mrs. P. H. B. Frelinghuy- 

sen), 40 
Havemeyer, Mrs. A. (Herrick, C. M.), 42 
Hawk, G. E., 110, 181 
Hawkins, A. M., 41, 181 
Hawkins, E. J., 110 
Hawkins, M., 148 
Hawkins, M. O'N., 188 
Haworth, K. F., 188 
Hay, M. D., 188 

Hay, Mrs. M. S. (Watson, F. T.), 76 
Haydoek, L. L. (Mrs. W. H. Y. Hackett), 

41 
Haydoek, Mrs. R. (Harrington, R.), 147 
Hayes, B. McA., 148 
Hayes, Mrs. H. R. (Stoddard, Y.), 70 
Hayman, C., 188 

Haynes, Mrs. H. H. (Curtin, F. B.), 28 
Haynes, M. S. (Mrs. R. Leick), 41 
Haynes, T., 188 
Hays, E., 181 
Hazelton, B. C., 188 
Hazen, A. P., 89 

Hazen, H. (Mrs. W. H. Chatfield, Jr.), 148 
Hazlewood, C. W., 89 
Head, C. E. (Mrs. T. E. Coleman), 148 
Head, H. F., 41 

Head, Mrs. J. (Wilkinson, A. L.), 96 
Head, M. L. (Mrs. W. Buchen), 110 
Heald, Mrs. P. (Mattson, E.), 53 
Healea, E., 188 
Healea, M., 188 
Healy, J., 41 

Hearne, A. (Mrs. J. Rockwell), 41 
Hearne, A. C. (Mrs. J. X. Farrar), 41 
Hearne, F. H. (Mrs. R. B. Brown), 41 
Hearne, G. J., 188 
Heath, M. B. (Mrs. W. Lee), 111 
Hecht, A. (Mrs. A. M. Bienenfeld), 148 
Hecht, B., 41 

Hedges, M. M. (Mrs. A. R. Smith), 41 
Hedges, O. (Mrs. E. R. Payne), 111 



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Heermance, L. W., 148 

Heffern, A. C. (Mrs. N. B. Groton), 41 

Heffner, B. (Mrs. H. Noll), 111 

Hege, F. B. (Mrs. M. T. Burrows), 111 

Heike, L. O. {Mrs. W. C. Woolsey), 148 

Heim, Mrs. W. K. (Hooke, H. H.), 149 

Heisler, L. M., 148 

Helburn, T., 41 

Hellings, E. L. (Mrs. C. T. Boyd), 148 

Helm, M. L. (Mrs. H. A. Bloom). Ill 

Helmer, P. A., 148 

Hemenway, E., 41 

Hemenway, J. (Mrs. J. H. Kenyon), 111 

Hemenway, J. M. B., 41, 181 

Hemperly, C, 111 

Hemphill, J. (Mrs. C. Bolte), 41 

Hemphill, Mrs. J. M. (Price, A.), 161 

Hench, E. C, 148 

Henderson, Mrs. D. K. (Mabon, M. V.), 154 

Henderson, H. H. L. (Mrs. S. M. Green, 

Jr.), 41 
Henderson, H. G., 148 
Henderson, L. L., 148 
Henderson, M. I., 41 
Hendrick, G. P., 148 
Hendrickson, A. (Marchesa C. G. Molinari 

d'Inchisa), 41 
Henkle, A. B., 148 

Henley, F. R. (Mrs. M. N. Hadley), 111 
Henning, Mrs. S. C. (Duke, J. B.), 141 
Henry, E. P. (Mrs. J. M. Redfield), 41 
Henry, J. K., 41 

Henry, M. E. (Mrs. A. S. Johnson), 89 
Henshaw, Mrs. A. W. (Darling, J.), 104 
Henshaw, Mrs, B. W. (Newlin, F. A.), 119 
Henze, P., 148 

Hepburn, Mrs. T. N. (Houghton, K. M.), 11 
Hering, D. P. T., 188 
Heritage, G. L. (Mrs. F. H. Green), 10 
Herr, E., 41 
Herr, M. E., 42 

Herrick, C. M. (Mrs. A. Havemeyer), 42 
Herrick, J. U., 188 
Herring, H. L., 181 
Herriott, Mrs. F. I. (Haines, M.), 109 
Herron, Mrs. C. D. (Milligan, L.), 55 
Herrmann, R. S., 148 
Herzog, Mrs. M. H. (Guckenheimer, A.), 

146 
Hess. Mrs. A. F. (Straus, S.), 168 
Hess, G., 188 
Heulings, A., 148 
Hewitt, C., 148 
Hewitt, J. G., 42 
Heydemann, C. W., 42 
Heyl, F. M., 42 

Heyl, Mrs. H. (KeUer, M. O.), 47 
Hiatt, Mrs. B. M. (Peelle, M. P.), 120 
Hibbard, Mrs. C. B. (Gale, M. E.), 108 



Hibbard, H., 181 

Hibbard, H. R., Ill 

Hibbard, Jr., Mrs. W. G. (Follansbee, S. 

D.), 34 
Hibben, E. G. (Mrs. R. M. Scoon), 42 
Hickman, M. M. (Mrs. F. Quattrone), 42 
Hickman, M. L., 42 
Hickman, R. McD., 188 
Hicks, A. M., 89 

Hiestand, E. (Mrs. W. Moore), 111 
Higginson, E. B. (Mrs. C. Jackson), 148 
Higginson, M. H., 42 
Highet, M. E., 89 
Hill, A. G., 42 
Hill, A. M., 149 

Hill, Mrs. E. B. (Farwell, L.), 33 
Hill, E. H. (Mrs. R. Carpenter), 42 
Hill, Mrs. G. E. (Utley, C. M.), 11 
Hill, Mrs. J. J. (Challen, L. R.), 137 
Hill, H. D., 188 

Hill, M. D. (Mrs. G. Swope), 42 
Hill, Mrs. P. C. (Buffman, M. N.), 9 
Hill, S. D. (Mrs. M. D. Baumgartner), 89 
HiU, V. G. (Mrs. J. Alexander), 42 
Hill, Mrs. W. (Miles, C), 91 
Hilles, M. H. (Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Jr.), 42 
Hilliard, C. E., Ill 
Hillman, E„ 111 

Hills, E. A. (Mrs. W. E. Davenport), 42 
Himes, A. M. (Mrs. G. V. Metzel), 111 
Hinks, Mrs. C. M. (Millman, M. H.), 91 
Hinde, H. H., 149 
Hinde, S. F., 42 

Hinkle, Mrs. F. (Magee, H.), 117 
Hinrichs, G. M. (Mrs. S. G. King), 42 
Hinton, Mrs. S. (Chase, C), 24 
Hires, L. S., 149 
Hirsch, G., 149 
Hitchcock, F., 42 

Hitchens, Mrs. A. P. (Bennett, E. M.), 9 
Hitotsuyanagi, M., 149 
Hitz, Mrs. B. D. (Holliday, E. C), 43 
Hoag, Mrs. C. G. (Scattergood, A.), 65 
Hoag, M. S., 188 
Hoar, Mrs. F. (Goffe, M. V.), 37 
Hobart, M. J., 42 
Hobbs, H., 42, 181 
Hobdy, E. B., 188 
Hobson, M. B., 42 
Hodder, Mrs. A. (Gwinn, M.), 6 
Hodgdon, Mrs. W. C. (Williams, K. D.), 78 
Hodge, Mrs. C. VanR. (Sinclair, E. C), 68 
Hodge, H. H., 11 
Hodge, M. R., 42 
Hodges, L. F., 42 
Hoehne, F., Ill 

Hon", M. (Mrs. E. W. Zimmerman), 42 
Hoffheimer, E. S., 149 
Hoffman, Mrs. A. S. (.James, M. D.), 46 



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241 



Hoffman, M. E. (Mrs. F. C. Smith) , 43 
Hoffman, Jr., Mrs. R. C. (Lee, E. McL.), 

153 
Hogue. M. J., Ill 

Hogue, Mrs. R. M. (Homer, J. E.), 149 
Holcombe, E., 43 

Holden, C. (Mrs. G. S. Jamieson), 43 
Holland, Mrs. J. P. (Downer, A. P.), 141 
Holland, M. E. (Mrs. C. E. Burchenal), 149 
Hollar, M. R. (Mrs. J. C. Knox), 149 
Holliday, Mrs. C. C. (Wray, E. S.), 80 
Holliday, E. C. (Mrs. B. D. Hitz), 43 
Holliday, E. M. (Mrs. W. Patterson), 43 
Holliday, K. A. (Mrs. J. J. Daniels), 43 
Holliday, L. S. (Mrs. N. Macbeth), 43 
Holliday, M. E., 43 
Hollingshead, F. M., 188 
Hollingsworth, A., 188 
Hollingsworth, L. W., 43 
Hollis, C. E., 188 

Hollis, Mrs. J. H. (Chase, B. P.), 24 
Hollis, J. R., 43 
Holloway, E. G., 149 
Holloway, Mrs. W. V. (Vail, A.), 171 
Holman, H. (Mrs. R. Durham), 149 
Holman, J. B. (Mrs. D. E. Boross), 149 
Holmes, Mrs. B. B. (Vickery, R. P.), 171 
Holmes, Harriet B., 188 
Holmes, Helen B., 43 
Holmes, J. A., 188 
Holmes, M. D., Ill 
Holmes, M. W., 43 
Holmes, Mrs. W. H. A. (Saunders, H. M.), 

65 
Holstein, E. B. (Mrs. E. Buckingham), 149 
Holt, Mrs. B. M. (Fillius, E. S.), 107 
Holt, E. (Mrs. P. W. Lowry), 149 
Holt, Mrs. R. T. (Thurston, M. G.), 73 
Holtzinger, Mrs. H. K. (Frederick, M. 

DuB.), 144 
Hompe, M., 149 
Hood, A. W., 43 
Hood, I. M., Ill 

Hooke, H. H. (Mrs. W. K. Heim), 149 
Hooker, Mrs. D. R. (Houghton, E.), 43 
Hooker, E. R.. 149 

Hooker, T. F., (Mrs. L. J. Doyle), 149 
Hooper, E. S., 89 

Hooper, E. E. (Mrs. M. R. Edwards), 43 
Hopkins, E. P., Ill 
Hopkins, E. (Mrs. H. S. Johnson), 149 
Hopkins, E. F., 43 

Hopkins, H. R. (Mrs. H. R. M. Thorn), 43 
Hopkins, J. A., 149 
Hopkins, M. D., 11 

Hopkins, N. L. (Mrs. A. S. Todd), 149 
Hopkinson, R. W., 43 
Hopp, M., Ill 
Hoppin, Mrs. J. C. (Wood, E. D.), 79 



Horine, A. M. (Mrs. J. F. Zimmerman), 

111 
Horn, Mrs. D. W. (Farnham, L. A.), 10 
Horn, Mrs. G. M. (Ropes, E. M.), 64 
Horn, Mrs. W. M. (Jacobs, M. E.), 150 
Hornberger, A. W. (Mrs. W. C. Bowen), 43 
Hornby, Mrs. R. (Burrell, E. L.), 22 
Horner, B. L., 43 

Horner, J. E. (Mrs. R. M. Hogue), 149 
Horner, Mrs. W. B. (Bope, L. E.), 134 
Horst, M. E. (Mrs. H. D. Miller), 112 
Horton, G. P., 89 

Hosford, E. S. (Mrs. L. P. Yandell), 149 
Hoshino, A., 43 

Hoskins, Mrs. E. R. (Morris, M.), 56 
Hotchkiss, R., 112 
Hottenstein, Mrs. A. C. (Kissick, E. K.), 

114 
Houghtaling, I. H. (Mrs. H. R. Carse), 149 
Houghteling, H. P., 149 
Houghteling, Jr., Mrs. J. L. (Delano, L.), 29 
Houghteling, L., 43 

Houghton, Edith (Mrs. D. R. Hooker), 43 
Houghton, Elizabeth, 43 
Houghton, K. M. (Mrs. T. N. Hepburn), 

11 
Houghton, M. (Mrs. S. T. Mason), 44 
Houghton, T. G., 150 
Houston, J. T. (Mrs. M. H. Bailey), 44 
Howard, Mrs. F. S. (Kelley, A. M.), 47 
Howard, F. R., 188 

Howard, H. A. (Mrs. H. E. White), 112 
Howard, J. C., 44 
Howard, J. McH., 44 
Howard, M. C., 150 

Howard, M. E. (Mrs. F. E. Shoup), 150 
Howard, O. D., 189 
Howe, E. C, 150 

Howe, Mrs. T. D. (Rotan, A. S.), 64 
Howell, C. T., 44 
Howell, F. B., 189 

Howell, H. A. (Mrs. J. J. Moorhead), 44 
Howell, J. T. (Mrs. A. H. Clark), 44 
Howell, J. K., 89 
Howell, K. L., 44 

Howell, Mrs. N. W. (Dure, A.), 142 
Howes, E. M., 189 
Howland, A. G., 150 

Howland, D. (Mrs. F. K. Leatherbee), 150 
Howland, M., 112 

Howson, A. (Mrs. R. Waples, Jr.), 44 
Howson, B., 44 

Howson, Mrs. C. H. (Yeatts, M. D.), 175 
Howson, E. E., 11 
Howson, Mrs. R. S. (Benjamin, J. deF.), 

18 
Hoy, A. H., 150 

Hoyt, E. M. (Mrs. B. Andrews), 150 
Hoyt, F. S., 44 



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Hoyt, H. S-, 11 

Hoyt, M. E., 44 

Hoyt, M. F., 150 

Hubbard, A. P. F., 89 

Hubbard, C. A. (Mrs. H. S. Goodell), 150 

Hubbard, F. J. (Mrs. R. J. Flaherty), 44 

Hubbard, R., 44 

Hubbard, S. E. (Mrs. H. S. Darlington), 44 

Huddleson, Mrs. C. D. (Jones, R. L.), 47 

Huddleston, Mrs. J. H. (Clark, M. P.), 9 

Hudson, Mrs. C. B. (Barnhisel, C. G.), 133 

Hudson, Mrs. H. K. (de Koven, E. Le R.), 

141 
Hudson, H. P., 112 
Hudson, M. E., 44 
Huebener, H. J., 112 
Huey, K., 150 
Huff, F. J.. 112 
HufI, H. N.. 44 

Huff, Mrs. W. B. (Sehaeffer, H. E.), 7 
Hughes, G., 181 

Hughes, Mrs. G. F. (Buchanan, E.), 22 
Hughes, M. D., 44 
Hughes, Mrs. S. C. (Foulke, L.), 144 
Hughes, W. A., 90 
Huizinga, Mrs. A. VanC. P. (Mathewson, 

F. T.), 155 
Hulbert, N. M. {Mrs. G. C. Jameson), 1.50 
Hulburd, E. (Mrs. H. McB. Johnston), 44 
Hull, D. P., 112 
Hull, K. D., 44 

Hull, Mrs. R. A. (Woodruff, C. L.), 80 
Hull, Mrs. W. I. (Clothier, H. H.), 103 
HuUey, H. S. (Mrs. D. Jackson), 112 
Hulse, Mrs. S. C. (Reynolds, M. A.), 162 
Hume, M. (Mrs. W. Wallace), 150 
Humphrey, A. (Mrs. C. S. Moore), 150 
Humphrey, A. R., 44 
Humphrey, H. G., 189 
Humphreys, H., 189 

Hunley, E. V. (Mrs. P. I. Johnston), 112 
Hunnicutt, G. O., 112 
Hunt, Mrs. A. D. (Pinney, E.), 60 
Hunt, E., 45 
Hunt, F. E., 45 

Hunt, Mrs. H. O. (Washburn, M.), 76 
Hunt, H. D., 150 
Hunt, Mrs. M. (Woods, H.), 175 
Hunt, Mrs. W. F. (Pearson, J. L.), 160 
Hunter, F. (Mrs. A. Elwyn), 150 
Hunter, M. J. (Mrs. W. S. Culbertson), 112 
Hunter, Mrs. R. J. (North, H. V.), 58 
Huntington, Mrs. E. (Brewer, R. S.), 21 
Huntington, K., 45 
Huntting, H. E., 189 
Hurd, E. C. (Mrs. G. S. Hamilton), 150 
Hurd, H. E. (Mrs. G. A. Bliss), 150 
Hurlock, E. B., 189 
Huse, E. B., 45 



Hussey, M. I., 6 

Hussey, Mrs. W. T. (Rushmore, F.), 163 

Hutchin, E. F., 45 

Hutchins, G., 45 

Hutchinson, A. R., 90 

Hutchinson, M. (Mrs. J. H. Douglas, Jr.), 

45 
Hutchins, M. G., 150 
Huyler, Mrs. P. E. (Stewart, H.), 167 
Hyde, Mrs. F. de L. (KnowlaDd, C), 152 
Hyde, I. H., 90 
Hyde, W. F., 90 
Hyman, L. (Mrs. J. A. Pollak), 45 

Iddings, F. E. (Mrs. D. L. Ryan), 45 

Iddings, N. R., 150 

Ingham, M. H., 45 

Ireson, L. J., 189 

Irey, H. C, 45 

Iiinger, I. L., 150 

Irish, F. C, 11 

Irvin, H. W., 45 

Trv-ine, M. A., 45 

Irwin, A. M., 45 

Irwin, M., 45 

Irwin, M. E., 45 

Isham, M. K., 90 

Israel, J. M., 45 

Ives, Mrs. F. M. (Wetherill, E.), 77 

Ivory, E. S. (Mrs. P. van E. Ivory). 45 

Jackson, Alice W., 112 

Jackson, ADne W. (Mrs. B. N. Bird), 45 

Jackson, Mrs. C. (Higginson, E. B.) t 148 

Jackson, Mrs. D. (Hulley, H. S.), 112 

Jackson, E. L. (Mrs. A. C. Comey), 45 

Jackson, F. A., 150 

Jackson, Mis. G. G. (Van Voorhis, L.), 45 

Jackson, H. H. (Mrs. F. L. Paxson), 45 

Jackson, J. (Mrs. J. C. Ballagh), 150 

Jackson, Mrs. L. L. (Seely, E. E.), 66 

Jackson, L. V. V. (Mrs. G. G. Jackson), 45 

Jackson, Mrs. P. (Day, A. H.), 29 

Jackson, Mrs. W. H. (Jackson, M. K.), 112 

Jacob, Mrs. C. R. (Jones, H. E.), 151 

Jacobs, M. E. (Mrs. W. M. Horn), 150 

Jacobs, M. C, 11 

Jacobs, S., 45 

Jacoby, Mrs. G. W. (Lowengrund, H. M.), 

11 
Jaggard, A. W. (Mrs. E. Kopper, Jr.), 150 
James, C. A., 45 
James, E., 46 
James, H. M., 189 
James, L., 46 

James, M. M. (Mrs. B. Porter), 151 
James, M. D. (Mrs. A. S. Hoffman), 46 
James, M. L., 46 
James, R. T., 46 



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James, T. D., 189 

Jameson, Mrs. G. C. (Hulbert, N. M.), 150 

Jameson, J. C, 46 

Jamieson, Mrs. G. S. (HoIdeD, C), 43 

Janeway, M. McA., 189 

Janney, E. B., 151 

Janney, Marianna, 46 

Janney, Mildred (Mrs. W. S. Ashbrook), 

151 
Jarman, M. D., 113 
Jarrett. Mrs. E. S. (Hardy, C), 40 
Jarvis, M. M. (Mrs. G. S. Newell), 90 
Jay, A. E., 113 
Jay, E., 189 
Jay, N., 189 

Jaynes, A. D. (Mrs. L. S. Tyler), 46 
Jeanes, Mrs. H. S. (Baird, C), 133 
Jeanes, Mrs. J. H. (Mitchell, C. T.), 55 
Jefferies, M. S., 46 
Jeffers, E. T. (Mrs. C. Schock), 46 
Jeffers, M„ 11 

Jeffrey, Mrs. E. C. (Street, J. A.), 95 
Jeffries, H. H. (Mrs. J. W. Angell), 113 
Jelliffe. S. C., 11 
Jencks, E. M., 151 
Jenkins, D. DeG., 189 
Jenkins, E. L. (Mrs. W. Willcox, Jr.), 151 
Jenkins, M. B. (Mrs. H. W. Foote), 46 
Jenks, M. (Mrs. G. d'A. Belin), 151 
Jenks, Mrs. R. D. (Lowrey, M. M.), 52 
Jennings, B. H., 151 
Jennings, H. C., 189 

Jensen, Mrs. J. P. H. (Marshall, M.), 117 
Jepsen, M., 107 

Jesberg, Mrs. P. A. (Allison, E. M.), 97 
Jessen, Mrs. K. D. (Richards, M. S.), 62 
Jessup, Mrs. H. H. (Baker, E. G.), 17 
Jewett, M. W., 46 
Joachim, R. E., 46 
Jobe, M. L., 113 

John, Mrs. R. B. (Worth, F. G.), 131 
Johnson, Mrs. A. B. (Goff, L.), 10 
Johnson, Mis. A. (Ross, H. K.), 163 
Johnson, Mis. A. C. (Harrison, S. R.), 110 
Johnson, A. F., 46 

Johnson, A. P. (Mrs. J. C. Bradbury), 113 
Johnson, A. (Mrs. C. C. Rush), 113 
Johnson, Mrs. A. S. (Henry, M. E.), 89 
Johnson, Mrs. B. (Adams, S. F.), 14 
Johnson, Mrs. D. E. (Bryant, M. E.), 22 
Johnson, Mrs. E. J. (Cooper, E. S.), 27 
Johnson, E., 46 

Johnson, E. (Mrs. F. W. Esgen), 113 
Johnson, E. F., 113 
Johnson, E. (Mrs. J. E. Duffy), 113 
Johnson, H. M., 11.3 
Jchnson, H. V., 1S9 

Johnson, Mrs. H. S. (Hopkins, E.), 149 
Johnson, Mrs. I. C. (Burnside, M. H.), 101 



Johnson, Jr., Mrs. J. E. (Hilles, M. H.), 42 

Johnson, M. A. (Mrs. C. L. Olds), 113 

Johnson, M. L., 11 

Johnson, R. V., 113 

Johnson, Mrs. W. T. (Pyle, M. W.), 122 

Johnstin, R. F., 113 

Johnston, A. R. O., 151 

Johnston, Mrs. E. P. (Moffitt, R. C.), 158 

Johnston, E. H., 11 

Johnston, Mrs. H. McB. (Hulburd, E.), 

44 
Johnston, K. F., 180 
Johnston, M. B., 151 
Johnston, Mrs. M. L. (Douglas, G.), 31 
Johnston, M. L. (Mrs. C. A. Baker), 151 
Johnston, Mrs. P. I. (Hunley, E. V.), 112 
Johnston, Jr., Mrs. P. P. (Preston, M. W. - ), 

161 
Jolliffe, R. M., 113 
Jonas, A. I., 6 

Jones, A. (Mrs. F. MacMonnies), 46 
Jones, A. E. (Mrs. J. M. Rosborough), 151 
Jones, Mrs. C. L. (Schock, C. F.), 66 
Jones, D. M., 46 
Jones, E. H., 46 

Jones, E. L. (Lady G. G. Butlei), 151 
Jones, E. P., 46 
Jones, F., 189 

Jones, Mrs. E. I. (Popejoy, L. E.), 121 
Jones, G. (Mrs. A. Markle, Jr.), 46 
Jones, Grace Latimer, 11 
Jones, Grace Llewellyn, 151 
Jones, G. A., 113 
Jones, G. W., 47 

Jones, Hattie, E.(Mrs. C. R. Jacob), 151 
Jones, Helen E., 47 
Jones, H. P., 47 
Jones, J. G., 180 
Jones, J. M., 47 
Jones, L. L., 90 

Jones, M. S. (Mrs. B. Turnbull), 47 
Jones, M. A., 151 

Jones, Mrs. R. M. (Cadbury, E. B.). 137 
Jones, R. L. (Mrs. C. D. Huddleson), 47 
Jones, V., 151 

Jones, Mrs. W. G. (Gibb, L. W.), 36 
Jopling, C. H., 47 

Julius, Mrs. E. (Haldemon, A. M.), 140 
Jurist, H. S., 11 
Justice, C. L., 47 
Justice, H., 151 
Justice, J. G., 189 
Justice, M. L., 11 

Kackley, Mrs. T. R. (Atkins, S. F.), 16 
Kah, Mrs. R. (White, E. G.), 173 
Kales, E., 189 

Kaminski, L. V '. (Mrs. C. W. Edmunds), 
113 



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Kaminski, O. M. (Mrs. H. R. Robinson), 

113 
Kamm, C. A. (Mis. J. A. McKinnon), 151 
Kander, Mrs. A. T. (Unger, J.), 95 
Kane, F. B., 151 
Karns, H. C, 189 
Karns, R. L., 189 
Katzenstein, J., 47 

Kauffmann, Mrs. R. W. (Hammitt R.), 147 
Kaufmann, I. S., 151 
Kaufmann, W. H., 189 
Kawai, M., 47 

Kay, Mrs. d'A. H. (Cragin, J. H.), 27 
Kearney, J. S., 113 
Keasbey, L. E., 151 
Keay, F. A. (Mrs. T. P. Ballard), 47 
Keeble, C, 189 

Keen, D. (Mrs. G. W. Handy), 47 
Keeney, H., 151 
Keep, E. H., 151 
Kehr, M. W., 114 
Keiller, M. M., 11 
KeiUer, V. H., 47 

Keiser, Mrs. E. H. (Harris, E.), 10 
KeUen, C, 47 

Kellen, G. (Mrs. P. H. Creel), 151 
Kellen, R. {Mrs. T. L. Wiles), 151 
Kellen, Mrs. R. S. (Russell, M.), 65 
Keller, Mrs. D. S. (Branson, F. G.), 135 
Keller, M. O. (Mrs. H. Heyl), 47 
Kellermann, Mrs. C. R. (Lodge, E. H.), 154 
Kelley, A. M. (Mrs. F. S. Howard), 47 
Kelley, Jr., Mrs. A. L. (Maltby, O. D.), 

155 
Kelley, Mrs. J. E. (Cooke, B. M.) ( 27 
Kelley, K. M. (Mrs. W. R. Taylor), 47 
Kelley, O. M. (Mrs. G. C. Craig), 47 
KeUogg, A. L., 90 
Kellogg, E., 152 
KeUogg, E. H., 189 

Kellogg, Mrs. E. D. (Ropes, A. R.), 64 
Kellogg, Mrs. F. R. (Halsey, C. VanW.), 39 
Kellogg, F. M., 47 

Kellogg, Mrs. G. D. (Collins, A. M.), 139 
Kellogg, L. O. (Lovell, A.), 52 
Kellogg, L. W., 189 
Kellum, M. D., 48 
Kelly, B., 189 

Kelly, E. W. (Mrs. H. G. Seibels), 48 
Kelly, O. E. B., 48 

Kelton, Mrs. E. C. (Hatton, F. G.), 40 
Kemble, Mrs. I. O. (Haskell, C. F.), 110 
Kemmerer, G. (Mis. S. B. Thome), 152 
Kemmerer, Mrs. J. L. (Ream, F. M.), 62 
Kempton, H. P., 48 
Kendig, H. K, 48 

Kenison, L. (Mrs. H. A. Bornefeld), 152 
Kennard* H. R. (Mrs. G. T. Bettin), 114 
Kennedy, L. E., 45 



Kennard, M. A., 190 

Kent, M. Y., 152 

Kenyon, A. (Mrs. B. Franklin, Jr.), 11 

Kenyon, Mrs. J. H. (Hemenway, J.), Ill 

Kerr* A. H., 152 

Kerr, F. M., 152 

Ken, J. B. (Mrs. U. M. Fleischmann) , 48 

Kerr, K., 48 

Kershaw, K. K. (Mrs. B. S. Mechling), 152 

Kessel, J. B. (Mrs. A. D. Shackleton), 114 

Ketchum, F. J. (Mrs. F. G. Corbus), 103 

Keys, F. V., 90 

Kidder, A. M. (Mis. E. B. Wilson), 48 

Kidder, Mrs. H. F. (Tyson, E. B.), 170 

Kidwell, L. M., 114 

Kieffer, J. B. (Mrs. C. S. Foltz), 48 

Kilner, M. (Mrs. W. S. Wheeler), 152 

Kilpatrick, E. P., 152 

Kilpatrick, M. G., 48 

Kimball, C. S., 152 

Kimball, Mrs. J. H. (Robinson , E. A.) , 123 

Kimball, M. H., 152 

Kimbrough, E., 190 

Kinard.M. C, 190 

King, A., 48 

King, E. G., 114 

King, F., 152 

King, G. G., 11 

King, G., 48 

King, H. D., 6 

King.H. M.,82 

King, L. S., 90 

King, M. S., 90 

King, M. G., 114 

King, Mrs. P. (Greene, C. B.), 3S 

King, R. E. A., 152 

King, Mrs. S. G. (Hiniichs, G. M.), 42 

Kingsbacher, E. (Mrs. E. W. Stix), 152 

Kingsbacher, G. (Mrs. E. Sunstein), 152 

Kingsbury, H. E., 190 

Kingsley, M. W., 114 

Kinkead, Mrs. J. A. (Reynolds, M. B.), 93 

Kinsey, J., 48 

Kinsley, M. A. (Mrs. W. H. Best), 48 

Kipling, Mrs. P. F. (Hanison, E.), 89 

Kirk, A., 48 

Kirk, E. B., 48 

Kirk, Mrs. E. C. (Clements, H. T.), 26 

Kirk, H. R., 48 

Kirk, M. B., 48 

Kirk, M. S„ 48 

Kirkbride, E. B., 48 

Kirkbride, M. A. (Mrs. R. G. Peckitt), 152 

Kirkbride, M. S-, 190 

Kirkland, M. P., 190 

Kirkland, W. M., 114 

Kirkpatrick, Mrs. G. de W. (Chase, E. B.), 

25 
Kirshman, Mrs. J. E. (Stanton, M. B.), 126 



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245 



Kissick, E. K. (Mrs. A. C. Hottenstein), 

114 
Kitson, M. V., 114 
Kittle, Mrs. P. H. (Bain, O. L.), 132 
Klauder, J. C. (Mrs. T. C. Spencer), 48 
Klebs, Mrs. A. C. {Forbes, M.), 144 
Klein, E. (Mrs. R. Staiger), 114 
Klein, G., 48 
Klein, L. M., 49 
Kleine, H., 114 
Klenke, D. A., 190 

Klett, E. M. (Mrs. G. A. Cunning), 152 
Kleps, M. C., 49 

Knapp, Mrs. K. R. (Bird, E. M.), 99 
Knauth, I. M. (Mrs. H. F. Dunbar), 152 
Kneeland, V., 49 
Knepper, M., 114 
Kniffen, F. E., 190 
Knight, E. T., 49 
Knoblauch, Mrs. C. E. (Bookstaver, M. 

A.), 19 
Knowland, C. (Mrs. F. de L. Hyde), 152 
Knowles, L. A. (Mrs. A. Blake), 49 
Knox, Mrs. J. C. (Hollar, M. R.), 149 
Kobbe, Mrs. H. (Witherbee, F. S.), 174 
Koch, Mrs. E. L. (Price, M. L.), 161 
Kohn, E. (Mrs. A. S. Rauh), 152 
Kohn, Mrs. I. (Wolf, B.), 175 
Kolars, M. B., 114 

Kopper, Jr., Mrs. E. (Jaggard, A. W.), 150 
Korff, Baroness, S. A. (Van Reypen, A. L.), 

74 
Kozlowska, Mrs. M. S. J. (Mitchell, F. H.), 

149 
Kramer, Mrs. W. H. (Pickel, A. J.), 121 
Krantz, M. B. E., 190 
Kraus, E. F. (Mrs. A. M. Greenfield), 152 
Kiauskopf, Mrs. H. C. (Brash, C.), 135 
Krech, M. A., 190 

Kreutzberg, Mrs. O. A. (Gribi, M/>, 38 
Kroeber, J. (Mrs. H. O. Mosenthal), 49 
Kruesi, Mrs. P. J. (Smartt, M. K.), 166 
Kuhn, Mrs. C. J. (Bowman, E. A.), 135 
Kuhn, D. C., 152 

Kurtz, Mrs. W. H. (Schmidt, M. R.), 164 
Kuttner, A. G., 152 
Kyle, M., 153 

Label, F., 190 

La Boiteaux, C., 190 

Labold, L., 49 

Laciar, Mrs. W. H. (Darrow, E. T.), 29 

Lacey, Mrs. W. H. (Faulkner, E.), 143 

LaCoste, Mrs. C. J. C. (Neilson, G. H.), 57 

Ladd, Mrs. D. H. (Cooper, V. A.), 139 

Ladd, M. E., 49 

Ladd, M. R., 190 

Ladd, Mrs. W. C. (Rhoads, A. E.), 12 

Lafferty, M., 190 



LaForce, Mrs. W. B. (Bousquet, A. C. D.)' 

100 
Lafore, Mrs. J. A. (Shearer, A. F.), 67 
Laird, E. R., 6 
Lamb, D., 114 

Lamb, G. L. (Mrs. F. C. Borst), 114 
Lamb, L. E., 49 

Lambert, H. (Mrs. H. L. Duhring, Jr.), 153 
Lambert, L. V., 115 
Lambert, Mrs. W. D. (Brown, B.), 21 
Lamberton, A., 153 
Lamberton, H., 11 
Lamberton, M., 49 
Lammers, M. H., 153 
Lanagan, Mrs. F. R. (Morton, C), 158 
Landers, J. E., 49 

Landers, P. A. (Mrs. T. Harrison), 153 
Landesman, H., 190 
Landon, A., 190 
Landsberg, C, 49 

Lane, Mrs. E. S. (Alden, M. B.), 14 
Lane, Mrs. E. B. (Tevis, J. A.), 72 
Lane, Mrs. M. A. (Engelhard, D. L.), 142 
Langdon, I., 49 

Langdon, J. O. (Mrs. E. E. Loomis), 153 
Lange, L. B., 49 
Langellier, A. F., 153 
Langenbeck, C, 82 

Langenbeck, Mrs. K. (Roelker, M. M.), 163 
Lanham, Mrs. S. T. (Crane, E. C), 28 
Lanier, E. D., 190 
Lanman, E. H., 115 
Lansing, R., 90 
Lape, E. E., 153 
La Porte, M. D., 49 
Lark, M. L. (Mrs. W. J. Gies), 115 
Larrabee, E. D., 49 
Laser, L. J. (Mrs. B. Strauss), 49 
Lathom, M. W., 115 
Lathrop, H., 115 
Latimer, C. W., 11 
Latta, M. A., 115 

Latta, M. D. (Mrs. W. G. Gribbel), 153 
Lattimer, E. J., 190 
Lattimore, E. L., 49 
Lauder, F. (Mrs. H. H. Ambler), 115 
Lauer, I. F., 190 
Laughlin, A., 49 

Lauterbach, A. (Mrs. R. Flint), 49 
Lautz, G. M. (Mrs. E. M. Sutliff), 115 
Lautz, H. S., 49 
Lautz, R. E., 49 

Law, S. P. (Mrs. A. McGlannan), 49 
Lawall, M. L. (Mrs. W. W. Wilcox), 153 
Lawatschek, E. W., 115 
Lawrence, C, 49 
Lawrence, E., 49 

Lawrence, E. S. (Mrs. R. W. Smith), 153 
Laws, B. M., 50 



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Lawther, A. B., 50 

Lawther, E. T. (Mrs. O. D. Odell), 153 

Lawther, M. R. (Mrs. M. E. Eddy), 153 

Lawton, G. E., 50 

Layton, M. H. (Mrs. R. L. Morris, Jr.), 50 

Leach, C, 153 

Leake, E. T. (Mrs. J. M. Leake), 115 

Lean, A. R. (Mrs. P. H. Pierce), 153 

Leatherbee, Mrs. F. K. (Howland, D.), 150 

Leatherbee, Mrs. R. W. (Crane, F. A.), 140 

Lee, A. 2nd., 190 

Lee, A. C, 50 

Lee, E., 11 

Lee, E. McL. (Mrs. R. C. Hoffman, Jr.), 153 

Lee, H., 50 

Lee, M. M., 50 

Lee, M. S., 50 

Lee, S. K., 50 

Lee, Mrs. W. (Heath, M. B.), Ill 

Le Fevre, E. F. (Mrs. H. E. Bellamy), 50 

Leffingwell, A. G. (Mrs. K. McKenzie), 50 

Leftwich, F. (Mrs. S. P. Ravenel), 6 

Lehman, L. P., 153 

Leick, Mrs. R. (Haynes, M. S.), 41 

Leopold, F. S. (Mrs. L. Wolf), 50 

Lepper, M. A. (Mrs. G. S. Greene), 50 

Leredde, D. E., 181 

Leslie, Mrs. F. A. (Satterthwaite, S. E.), 94 

Lester, Mrs. J. A. (Garrigues, M. A.), 145 

Lester, M. K., 115 

Leuba, B. A. (Mrs. J. H. Leuba), 153 

Leupp, C. D. (Mrs. L. Todd), 50 

Levering, Mrs. E. D. (Wade, G. B.), 75 

Levering, E. (Mrs. J. M. Motley), 50 

Levering, M. (Mrs. T. E. Brown), 153 

Levering, M. A. (Mrs. J. H. Robinson), 50 

Levin, Mrs. L. H. (Szold, B.), 71 

LeVino, Mrs. A. S. (Prussing, M. A.), 61 

Levinson, D. C., 50 

Levy, E. S. (Mrs. J. H. Barach), 50 

Levy, R. J., 50 

Lewis, A. G., 115 

Lewis, C, 50 

Lewis, E. B., 153 

Lewis, E. D. L. (Mrs. D. Otey), 50 

Lewis, F. P., 82 

Lewis, Mrs. F. N. (Adams, E. R.), 14 

Lewis, Mrs. H. R. (Brown, C. T.), 21 

Lewis, Mrs. J. G. (Cartland, M. A.), 102 

Lewis, Mrs. J. W. (Coffin, E. W.), 103 

Lewis, Mrs. J. W. (Westwood, E. A.), 130 

Lewis, Louise, 153 

Lewis, Lucy, 50 

Lewis, M. C. (Mrs. L. MacVeagh), 50 

Lewis, Marion H., 153 

Lewis, Mary H., 115 

Lewis, M., 50 

Lewis, N., 115 

Lewis, R. R., 51 



Lewis, Mrs. R. L. (Rannells, E. K.), 122 

Lewis, Mrs. R. M. (Evans, H. L.), 143 

Lewis, R. E., 115 

Lewis, S. E. (Mrs. M. M. Cox), 115 

Lewis, Mrs. W. H. (Reed, M. A.), 93 

Lewis, Mrs. W. (Deming, C), 29 

Lewisohn, Mrs. F. (Seligman, R. W.), 165 

Lexow, C. F„ 51 

Liddell, K. F., 51 

Liddell, V., 190 

Liggett, Mrs. F. R. (Easton, M.) f 106 

Light, B. J. (Mrs. T. S. Quinn), 153 

Light, N., 181 

Limburg, Mrs. E. A. (Sichel, M. E.), 165 

Linburg, E. H. (Mrs. H. B. Tobin), 51 

Lincoln, Mrs. C. S. F. (Eastham, W. W.), 

142 
Lindley, E. (Mrs. W. C. Burton), 153 
Lindsay, F. J., 115 
Lindsey, M. J., 190 

Link, Mrs. S. MacA. (Hammer, H.), 147 
Linn, M. H., 154 
Lippoldt, G. L., 115 
List, M. K. (Mrs. F. B. Chalfant), 51 
Lit, J. E. (Mrs. J. D. Stern), 154 
Litchfield, V. de S., 51 
Littell, M., 190 

Little, E. L. (Mrs. T. Aldrich), 51 
Little, Mrs. H. (Archbald, R. S.), 132 
Little, L. M., 115 
Litzinger, M., 190 
Liu, F. K., 190 
Livingston, F. E., 51 

Livingston, Mrs. H. J. (Nebeker, E.), 159 
Livingston, G. B., 154 
Llewellyn, E. G., 115 
Llewellyn, E. M., 154 
Llewellyn, G., 51 

Lloyd, Mrs. J. G. (Harper, F. M.), 110 
Lloyd, Mrs. J. W. (Stevenson, E. J.), 167 
Lobdell, M. A., 51 
Locke, G. P., 11 
Loder, E., 51 

Lodge, E. H. (Mrs. C. R. Kellerman), 154 
Loeb, F. M. (Mrs. A. Fleisher), 154 
Loeb, I., 51 

Loeb, M. H. (Mrs. H. S. Samter), 51 
Lofting, Mrs. H. J. (Small, F.), 166 
Logan, A. L. (Mrs. O. F. Emerson), 154 
Logan, Mrs. D. B. (Briggs, S. M.), 135 
Loines, E., 51 
Loines, H., 154 

Lombard, Mrs. B. M. (Sloane, C. S.). 68 
Lombardi, L. (Mrs. A. B. Barber), 51 
Lombardi, Mrs. M. E. (Peck, E. R.), 59 
Lommel, Mrs. H. (Roe, A. B.), 7 
London, M. P., 51 
Lonegren, I. C, 181 
Long, A. D., 51 



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247 



Long, E. T., 154 

Long, F., 116 

Long, H. E., 116 

Longaker, A., 181 

Longbottom, G., 90 

Longfellow, Mrs. H. H. (Macomber, M. S.), 

155 
Longstreth, E. M. (Mrs. W. S. Wood), 51 
Longwell, K. C. (Mrs. F. H. Ristine), 11 
Loomis, Mrs. E. E. (Langdon, J. O.), 153 
Loomis, E. D., 154 

Loomis, Mrs. H. M. (Wallace, E. W.), 76 
Loose, K. R., 51 
Lord, E. L., 6 
Lord, E. E., 51 

Lord, F. S. (Mrs. S. S. Robins), 154 
Lord, I. E., 116 
Lord, K., 51 
Lord, K. F., 116 
Lorenz, E. M., 90 
Lorenz, J. (Mrs. J. B. Showers), 51 
Loring, Mrs. C. G. (Page, K. A.), 58 
Loring, M. W., 116 
Loshe, L. D., 51 

Losse, V. B. (Mrs. J. C. Blair), 116 
Louderback, J. L., 52 
Loudon, M. L. (Mrs. J. D. Burton), 52 
Lounsbery, G. C., 52 
Lovell, A. (Mrs. L. O. Kellogg). 52 
Lovell, H. L. (Mrs. J. W. Million), 91 
Low, Mrs. M. (Friend, M. A.), 35 
Lowater, F., 6 
Lowengrund, H. M. (Mrs. G. W. Jacoby), 

11 
Lowenthal, E., 52 
Lowrey, E. E., 154 

Lowrey, M. M. (Mrs. R. D. Jenks), 52 
Lowry, Mrs. P. W. (Holt, E.), 149 
Lubar, A. E., 52 
Lubar, M. A., 190 
Lubin, D. S., 190 
Lubin, G., 191 

Lucas, E. (Mrs. E. S. Nostrand), 116 
Lucas, Mrs. F. (Norcross, L. J.), 58 
Lucas, L. (Mrs. D. A. Tomlinson), 52 
Lucy, S. B., 116 
Luetkemeyer, E. H., 191 
Lukert, C. L., 116 
Lundie, E. H., 91 
Liirman, K„ 154 
Lyders, Mrs. E. C. W. S. (Perkins, E. M.), 

7 
Lyman, Mrs. H. (Whitney, R. B.), 173 
Lynch, C., 154 
Lynch, C. V., 116 
Lynch, E. M., 52 

Lynch, G. M. (Mrs. R. W. Springei), 154 
Lynch, N., 154 
Lynch, Mrs. V. (Stocking, R. J.), 95 



Lynde, I. A. (Mrs. J. F. Dammann, Jr.), 52 
Lyon, D. W. (Mrs. E. Bryant), 6 
Lyon, E. T. (Mrs. R. E. Belknap), 52 
Lyon, F. W. (Mrs. F. S. Naethiny), 1.54 
Lyon, H. C. B., 1-54 
Lyon, J. A. 154 
Lyons, E. A., 191 

Mabille, L., 181 

Mabon, M. Van V. (Mrs. D. K. Henderson) , 

154 
Mabon, R. V. (Mrs. T. K. Davis), 52 
Mabury, B., 154 

Macan, Jr., Mrs. G. C. (Arny, H. W.), 132 
MacArthur, Mrs. A. (Sheldon, M.), 67 
Macauley, E. R., 116 

Macauley, Mrs. G. T. (McCarter, F.), 117 
Macavoy, Mrs. W. C. (Harben, C.), 147 
Macbeth, Mrs. N. (Holliday, L. S.), 43 
MacClanahan, A. E. C. (Mrs. W. T. Gren- 

fell), 52 
MacCoy, M. H., 52 
MacCracken, F. M. (Mrs. F. E. Stockwell), 

52 
MacCracken, M. J., 154 
Macdonald, D., 52 
Macdonald, E. S., 191 
Macdonald, F. (Mrs. E. C. Stiles), 52 
MacDonald, Mrs. J. A. (Haines, J. L.), 39 
Macdonald, J. M., 91 
Macdonald, M. H., 191 
MacDonald, M. B., 6 
MacDougall, Mrs. D. (Adams, J. St. J.), 

131 
MacElree, H., 52 
MacElree, M., 52 
Macfadzean, A. M., 116 
Macfarlane, Mrs. C. W. (Macfarlane, K. 

S.), 154 
MacGannon, Mrs. E. G. M. (Seeds, I. M.), 

164 
Macintosh, Mrs. J. A. (Archibald, S. E.), 

97 
Macintosh, M. T., 52 
Macintosh, M. B., 116 
Mack, M. L., 116 

Mackenzie, Mrs. A. S. (Taylor, M. L.), 72 
Mackenzie, Mrs. C. A. (Stewart, B.), 167 
Mackenzie, M. T., 191 
MacLean, Mrs. M. S. (Brown, M. H.), 136 
Macleod. A. L., 91 

MacLeod, Mrs. W. (Weaver, E. W. N.), 77 
MacMaster, A. K., 12, 1S1 
MacMillan, M. L„ 154 
MacMonnies, Mrs. F. (Jones, A.), 46 
MacMurray, Mrs. J. V. A. (Goodnow, L. 

R.), 145 
Macnamee, H. V. (Mrs. W. P. Bentz), 154 
Macomber, Mrs. D. (Seaver, H. F.), 66 



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Macomber, M. S. (Mrs. H. H. Longfellow), 

155 
MacRae, E., 116 
Macrum, E., 191 
MacVay, A. P., 116 
MacVeagh, Mrs. L. (Lewis, M. C), 50 
MacVeagh, M. C. (Mrs. S. F. Smith), 155 
Maddison, I., 6 

Maddux, E. (Mrs. D. H. Tennent), 155 
Magee, H. (Mrs. F. Hinkle), 117 
Maginniss, I. E., 191 
Magnusson, Mrs. C. E. (Cooper, E.), 86 
Magoffin, H. F., 52 
Magruder, R. S., 53 
Maguire, E. Y., 53 
Maitland, M. E. (Mrs. A. St. G. Dougall), 

155 
Mall, M., 53 
Mall, M. L., 191 
Malone, G. E. M., 53 
Malott, D. P. (Mrs. P. H. White), 155 
Malott, E. L. (Mrs. E. H. Evans), 155 ■ 
Maltby, O. D. (Mrs. A. L. Kelley, J.), 155 
Manchester, R. C., 12 
Mann, C. A., 91 
Mann, E. M., 53 

Mannbeimer, Mrs. E. (Shloss, I. B.), 165 
Mappin, L. M., 53 
Marble, E. D., 53 
Marbury, S. v. D., 191 
Marcus, B., 53 

Marcuse, B. (Mrs. D. Mcintosh), 91 
Marietta, Mrs. C. O. (Roach, L. A.), 123 
Maris, A. G., 155 

Mark, L. M. (Mrs. J. K. Saville), 155 
Markle, Jr., Mrs. A. (Jones, G.), 46 
Marks, E. S. (Mrs. M. L. Mohan-em), 155 
Marquand, E., 191 

Marsh, Mrs. A. M. (Caldwell, E. P.), 101 
Marsh, C. A., 155 
Marsh, E., 117 
Marsh, H. E., 155 

Marsh, R. G. (Mrs. J. S. Payton), 53 
Marshall, H., 155 

Marshall, Mrs. J. (Bechtel, D.), 18 
Marshall, L. C, 53 

Marshall, M. (Mrs. J. P. H. Jensen), 117 
Marshall, R. (Mrs. D. B. Cogswell), 155 
Marshall, R. E., 117 
Marshall, R. S., 191 
Martin, A. L., 53 
Martin, E. N., 6 

Martin, F. deF. (Mrs. C. H. Breed), 155 
Martin, J. B. (Mrs. M. W. Easton), 155 
Martin, M., 191 

Martin, M. R. (Mrs. J. I. Miller), 155 
Martin, Mrs. S. A. (Brown, A. L.), 135 
Marvell, Mrs. E. I. (Brayton, M. E.), 21 
Marx, O., 91, 181 



Masland, M. E., 53 

Mason, A. E. (Mrs. H. E. Butler), 155 

Mason, F. E. (Mrs. B. Ruysdael), 53 

Mason, G. H., 91 

Mason, M. T., 53 

Mason, R. F., 53 

Mason, Mrs. S. T. (Houghton, M.), 44 

Massey, I. M., 117 

Mast, Mrs. S. O. (Tennent, G. R.), 127 

Matheson, W., 53 

Mathews, I. M., 91 

Mathewson, F. T. (Mrs. A. vanC. P. Huiz- 

inga), 155 
Matlack, L., 155 

Matless, A. (Mrs. L. Ballinger), 155 
Matsuda, M., 53 

Matteson, Mrs. P. (Barber, H. D.), 17 
Matteson, E., 191 
Mattson, E. (Mrs. P. Heald), 53 
Mattson, R. T. (Mrs. P. J. Darlington), 53 
Matz, E. F., 191 

Maurice, E. M. (Mrs. C. W. Dall), 155 
Maxwell, H. D., 156 
May, E. G., 117 
May, L. I., 117 
Mayer, J. I., 156 
Mayhew, V. A., 156 
Maynard, M. R., 53 

McAfee, Mrs. A. M. (Calfee, M. A.), 101 
McAllister, Mrs. F. A. (Vickers, F. C), 14 
McAllister, M. A., 117 
McAnulty, A. (Mrs. W. P. Stevens), 53 
McBride, D. E., 191 
McBride, J. C. (Mrs. J. H. Walsh), 53 
McBumey, A. (Mrs. A. F. Riggs), 156 
McCague, E. W., 117 
McCain, G. I., 91 

McCarroll, H. E. (Mrs. H. H. Draper), 117 
McCarter, F. (Mrs. G. T. Macauley), 117 
McCarthy, E., 156 
McCauley, K. L., 53 
McCay, M. B., 53 
McClellan, L. F., 117 
McClellan, Mrs. W. S. (Niles, J.), 57 
McClennan, M., 191 
McClure, E. L., 156 
McColl, Mrs. G. B. (Durand, E. P.), 31 
McCollin, K. W., 54 
McConkey, Mrs. C. E. (Craig, M.), 104 
McCook, C. A. (Mrs. J. J. Morgan), 54 
McCormack, J. H., 156 
McCormick, C. (Mrs. F. L. Slade), 156 
McCormick, E. H. (Mrs. M. Fabyan), 156 
McCoy, A. A., 54 
McCracken, B., 117 
McCrackin, H., 117 
McCreery, V., 156 

McCulloch, A. (Mrs. H. H. Hanna, Jr.), 156 
McCutcheon, Mrs. J. T. (Shaw, E. W.), 67 



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249 



McCune, M. (Mrs. H. J. Goulding), 156 

McDonald, C, 156 

McDowell, D. E., 181 

McElwain, M. B., 117 

McEwen, M. (Mrs. W. C. Schmitz), 54 

McFaden, N. (Mrs. W. B. Blanton), 54 

McFarland, H. J. (Mrs. D. E. Woodbridge), 

54 
McGeorge, B., 54, 181 
McGiffert, K. W., 181 
McGill, M. B., 117 

McGinley, Mrs. E. (Thomas, E. C), 72 
McGlannan, Mrs. A. (Law, S. P.). 49 
McGoodwin, Mrs. R. R. (Bryan, K. H.), 22 
Mcllvaine, R. LeM. (Mrs. B. Randall, Jr.), 

156 
Mcintosh, Mrs. D. (Marcuse, B.), 91 
McKee, H. (Mrs. A. H. Quinn), 156 
McKee, M. C., 117 
McKeefrey, C. S., 12 

McKeehan, Mrs. J. F. (Wilbur, C. C.), 178 
McKeehan, M. McC. (Mrs. P. A. A. Core), 

156 
McKeen, A. L., 156 
McKeen, E. F., 54 
McKeen, H. J., 54 

McKelvey, Mrs. C. W. (Delano, S. A.), 29 
McKelvey, M. A. (Mrs. W. R. Barbour), 

156 
McKelvey, R., 156 
McKenney, C. J., 156 
McKenney, V. S. (Mrs. R. W. Claiborne), 

54 
McKenzie, Mrs. K. (Leffingwell, A. G.), 50 
McKinnon, Mrs. J. A. (Kamm, C. A.), 151 
McKnight, Mrs. C. H. (Rice, P.), 62 
McKnight, Mrs. G. S. (Price, M. (?.), 61 
McKnight, Mrs. T. J. (Richards, C. L.), 62 
McLane, H. E. (Mrs. J. A. Clark), 156 
McLaren, Mrs. W. A. (Day, A. M.), 141 
McLaughlin, Mrs. P. W. (Wildman, M. K.), 

78 
McLaughry, M., 117 
McLean, Mrs. A. E. (Chapin, H.), 24 
McLean, C. F., 54 

McLean, Mrs. W. (Powel, E. L.), 161 
MeLoughlin, Mrs. J. T. (Gray, E. L.), 146 
McMahan, U. (Mrs. F. E. Harkness), 118 
McManis, Mrs. H. (Greenwood, C. D.), 109 
McManus, C. E. (Mrs. J. R. Dickey), 54 
McMillan, G., 54 
McMillan, Margaret, 156 
McMillan, Marie, 156 
McMillen, Mrs. R. C. (Roberts, R.), 63 
McMullen, J. C. (Mrs. C. W. Beatie), 118 
McMullen, J. P., 118 
McMullin, M. B., 54 
McMurtrie, F. E., 157 
McMurtrie, M., 54 



McMynn, Mrs. R. N. (Palmer, E. M.), 160 

McNair, G. E., 91 

McNaughton, C. R., 157 

McNeill, V. Y., 157 

McQuinn, Mrs. E. G. (Saint, P.), 124 

McWiUiams, I. C, 54 

Mead, Mrs. E. S. (Fogg, E.), 87 

Mead, M. L. (Mrs. H. C. Schwable), 54 

Mead. H. D., 157 

Meade, A. M., 54 

Mearkle, E., 157 

Mearns, L. A. C, 191 

Mebane, J., 191 

Mechb'ng, Mrs. B. S. (Kershaw, K. K.), 152 

Medes, G., 6 

Meeker, M. (Mrs. A. B. Catling), 157 

Meigs, A. McK. (Mrs. A. Orr), 54 

Meigs, C. L., 54 

Meigs, G. L. (Mrs. T. R. Crowder), 54 

Mellen, M. (Mrs. B. Dewey), 54 

Melton, G., 191 

Melvin, M. G., 118, 181 

Mendenhall, A. A., 118 

Mendenhall, C. C, 118 

Mendenhall, Mrs. E. C. (White, A. E.), 130 

Mendenhall, G. W., 118 

Mendinhall, C. C, 157 

Mendinhall, M. A. (Mrs. J. H. Mullin), 54 

Menendez, L. P. (Mrs. B. P. Rambo), 54 

Meng, M. A., 191 

Mercer, E. E., 191 

Merck, E. J., 157 

Meredith, M. A. (Mrs. B. LeR. Miller), 118 

Meredith, Mrs. P. T. (Fronheiser, M. D.), 
35 

Meredith, R. (Mrs. H. J. Dutton), 118 

Meredith, S. L. (Mrs. M. B. Seevers), 118 

Merle-Smith, D. (Mrs. D. H. McA. Pyle), 
55 

Merrill, K., 91 

Merrill, L. E., 55 

Merriman, L. (Mrs. M. Farmer), 55 

Merritt, L. (Mrs. C. H. Bergengren), 157 

Merry, F. E., 157 

Messimer, Mrs. R. L. (Wright, M. L.), 80 

Mettler, Mrs. J. W. (Fleischmann, H.), 144 

Metzel, Mrs. G. V. (Himes, A. M.), Ill 

Meyer, E., 157 

Meyer, Mrs. G. A. (Gross, E.), 146 

Michael, J., 157 

Michaux, Mrs. E. R. (Robeison, C), 123 

Middaugh, F. K, 91 

Middendorf, K. L. I. (Mrs. H. C. Black- 
well), 157 

Middleton, Mrs. C. D. S. (Davidson, L.), 29 

Middleton, H. (Mrs. T. Smith), 55 

Mifflin, E. H. (Mrs. D. K. Boyd), 157 

Miles, C. (Mrs. W. Hill), 91 

Miles, M. E., 157 



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Miles, R. H. (Mrs. C. R. Witherspoon), 55 

Millar, Mrs. F. G. (Graham, E. M.), 88 

Miller, A. C. (Mrs. W. M." Chester), 55 

Miller, A. W., 157 

Miller, B., 157 

MiUer, Mrs. B. LeR. (Meredith, M. A.), 118 

Miller, Mrs. C. (Guffey, M. E.), 38 

Miller, Mrs. C. L. (Ross, J.), 163 

Miller, Jr., Mrs. C. O. (White, M. E.), 78 

Miller, D. E., 55 

MiUer, E. L. (Mrs. P. C. Taylor), 55 

MiUer, Mrs. H. D. (Horst, M. E.), 112 

MiUer, J. I., 157 

Miller, Mrs. J. I. (Martin, M. R.), 155 

Miller, J. S. (Mrs. N. Walbridge), 157 

MiUer, L. I., 55 

MiUer, M. D., 55 

Miller, Marjorie E., 157 

Miller, M. A. E. (Mrs. W. R. Buckminster), 

157 
MiUer, M. C, 157 
MiUer, Mary E., 118 
MiUer, M. R. (Mrs. T. J. Walker), 55 
Miller, M. W. (Mrs. W. B. Mount), 149 
MiUer, R. B., 55 

Miller, Mrs. R. B. (Forster, D.), 34 
Milligan, L. (Mrs. C. D. Herron), 55 
MilUon, Mrs. J. W. (LoveU, H. L.), 91 
MiUman, M. H. (Mrs. C. M. Hincks), 91 
MiUs, E., 191 
Mills, E. H., 191 

Mills, H. E. (Mrs. A. Weisenburg), 157 
Milne, M. J., 12, 181 
Miltenberger, E. B., 55 
Miner, Mrs. C. (Woodin, M. L.), 175 
Minor, C. (Mrs. R. S. Ely), 55 
Minor, J. E., 6 
Minor, M. L., 55 

Minturn, M. (Mrs. A. H. Scott), 55 
MitcheU, B. M. (Mrs. H. K. Hailey), 15S 
Mitchell, C.B., 55 

Mitchell, C. T. (Mrs. J. H. Jeans), 55 
MitcheU, E. Y., 55 
Mitchell, F. H. (Mrs. M. S. J. de Kozlow- 

ski), 158 
Mitchell, G. (Mrs. J. S. Streeper), 118 
MitcheU, G. D., 55 

MitcheU, Mrs. H. H. (White, E. V.), 77 
Mitchell, Mrs. J. McD. (Bunnell, C. T.), 

136 
MitcheU, P. B., 55 

MitcheU, Mrs. R. E. (Campbell, M. E.), 102 
Mitchell, R. (Mrs. T. M. Righter), 55 
Mock, E. D. (Mrs. T. de Bobula), 158 
Moebius, A. J., 191 
Moffatt, F. W., 158 

Moffitt, R. C. (Mrs. E. P. Johnston), 158 
Moharrem, Mrs. M. L. (Marks, E. S.), 155 
Mohler, N. M., 118, 181 



MoUer, Mrs. I. C. (Towle, S. I.), 170 

Monroe, M. M., 118, 181 

Montague, M. (Mrs. G. M. GuUd), 55 

Montague, Mrs. W. H. (Becker, A. F.), 81 

Montenegro, C, 158 

Montenegro, S. (Mrs. C. B. Blakey), 55 

Montgomery, A. (Mrs. W. D. Carter), 12 

Montgomery, Mrs. D. (Proudfit, J. V.), 61 

Montgomery, Mrs. E. C. (Wangerien, S. 

S.), 129 
Montgomery, H. M., 56 
Montgomery, Mrs. J. E. (Winchester, E. 

L.), 174 
Montgomery, Mrs. K. (O'Neil, E. B.), 12 
Montgomery, Mrs. N. R. (Stephens, E. P.), 

167 
Moody, M. G., 158 
Mooers, L. E. (Mrs. B. E. Smith), 56 
Moore, Mrs. A. (WaUace, E. A.), 72 
Moore, A. M. (Mrs. B. Cadbury), 118 
Moore, Mrs. A. R. (Chamberlain, M. M.), 

24 
Moore, A. T., 191 

Moore, Mrs. C. S. (Humphrey, A.), 150 
Moore, D. M., 56 
Moore, E., 56 

Moore, E. B. (Mrs. F. H. Wheeler), 158 
Moore, E. L., 1S1 

Moore, Mrs. F. W. (Otheman, M. S.), 5S 
Moore, Jr., Mrs. G. W. (Dungan, E.), 31 
Moore, H. I., 158 

Moore, Mrs. H. T. (Allyn, S. F.), 132* 
Moore, L. H. (Mrs. B. H. Grave), 118 
Moore, L. (Afrs. H. T. Bush), 56 
Moore, M. C, 56 

Moore, Mrs. P. W. (Daniels, C. S.), 28 
Moore, R. B. (Mrs. H. E. Warren), 158 
Moore, Mrs. W. (Hiestand, E.), Ill 
Moores, E. B., 191 

Moores, Mrs. C. W. (Nichols, E.), 57 
Moorhead, Mrs. J. J. (HoweU, H. A.), 44 
Moorhouse, Mrs. H. W. (Rockwell, M. S.), 

64 
Morgan, E. K. H., 158 
Morgan, Mrs. H. M. (Robinson, L.), 64 
Morgan, Mrs. J. J. (McCook, C. A.), .54 
Morgan, L. B. (Mrs. G. S. Fulcher), 118 
Morgan, M. B., 56 
Morgan, M. C. 158 

Morgan, M. A. (Mrs. W. C. Haupt), 56 
Morgan, Mrs. S. A. (Spofford, B.), 70 
Morgan, Mrs. T. H. (Sampson, L. V.), 13 
Morgan, V., 158 

Morice, J. R. (Mrs. T. E. Pooley), 56 
Morison, M. B., 56 
Morningstar, H., 83 
MorriU, G. L., 118 

Morris, E. F. (Mrs. R. F. Cope, Jr.), 56 
Morris, F. H. (Mrs. J. B. Orr), 56 



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251 



Morris, Mrs. H. C. (Morris, W. S.), 112 

Morris, J. P. (Mrs. E. W. Evans), 56 

Morris, M. (Mrs. E. R. Hoskins), 56 

Morris, M. (Mrs. S. B. Scott), 56 

Morris, Jr., Mrs. R. L. (Lay ton, M. H.), 50 

Morris, W. S. (Mrs. H. C. Morris), 119 

Morriss, M. S., 7 

Morrison, Mrs. C. H. (Foster, M. M.), 144 

Morrison, Mrs. H. L. (Clark, F. W.), 25 

Morrison, M. G., 192 

Morrisson, Mrs. J. W. (Foulke, M. T. R.), 

35 
Morrow, A. E., 56 
Morrow, C. N. E. (Mrs. J. C. Chadwick- 

Collins), 56 
Morse, Jr., Mrs. D. P. (Tinker, R.), 73 
Morse, K. N., 83 

Morse, Mrs. M. W. (Putnam, M.), 61 
Morss, C, 158 
Mort, D. B., 56 
Morton, C. M., 92 

Morton, C. (Mrs. F. R. Lanagan), 158 
MortOD, M. V., 192 
Morton, S. W., 158 
Mory, R. B. (Mrs. A. B. Bibbins), 92 
Moseley, M. R., 192 
Mosenthal, Mrs. H. O. (Kroeber, J.), 49 
Moser, L. V., 12 
Moses, G. O., 56 

Mosher, Mrs. J. A. (Weusthoff, A. S.), 84 
Moss, C. L. (Mrs. J. S. Reed), 158 
Motley, Mrs. J. M. (Levering, E.), 50 
Mottu, C. C., 192 

Moulton, Mrs. W. J. (Shute, H. W.), 94 
Mount, Mrs. W. B. (Miller, M. W.), 157 
Mower, M. (Mrs. H. T. Cannon), 119 
Mowrer, Mrs. F. R. (Winterbotham, G. F.), 

174 
Mudge, L. H., (Mrs. B. C. Thompson) 158 
Mudge, M. C. (Mrs. C. R. Prichard), 158 
Mulford, Mrs. R. J. (Blackwell, M. B. G.), 

134 
Miiller, A. (Mrs. S. W. Prince), 56 
Muller, L. E. (Mrs. C. E. Poensgen), 56 
Miiller, Mrs. R. O. (Erbsloh, G. F. A.), 142 
Mullin, Mrs. J. H. (Mendinhall, M. A.), 54 
Muloch, Mrs. E. McC. (Green, M. C), 146 
Munford, M. S., 192 
Munn, A. P. (Mrs. C. Recht), 56 
Munroe, M. A., 56 
Murdoch, C. S. (Mrs. A. Young), 119 
Murlless, B. A., 192 
Murphy, E. H., 56 

Murphy, Mrs. J. P. (Garrett, I. M.), 36 
Murphy, R. S., 158 
Murray, A. L., 57 

Murray, C. H. (Mrs. A. Eager), 158 
Murray, E., 158 
Murray, H. C. (Mrs. A. Busselle), 158 



Murray, H. I., 192 

Murray, M. (Mrs. W. A. Eikenberry). 119 

Murray, M. F., 57 

Murtha, M., 158 

Murtha, M. W. (Mrs. W. T. Webb), 119 

Mussey, Mrs. H. R. (Mussey, M. H. B.), 

159 
Muzzey, M. E., 159 

Myers, M. C. (Mrs. E. B. Beasley), 159 
Mygatt, T. D., 57 
Myriok, Mrs. S. S. (Harrison, M. A.), 110 

Naething, Mrs. F. S. (Lyon, F. W.), 154 

Nagel, C. L., 159 

Nagler, Mrs. L. B. (Torelle, E.), 95 

Nash, C. R., 159 

Nash, M. C, 159 

Nathan, S. (Mrs. C. Bock), 159 

Nathans, B. C. (Mrs. A. G. Churchward), 57 

Naumburg, A. (Mrs. J. M. Proskauer), 159 

Naylor, E. R. (Mrs. F. H. Harris), 119 

Neale, Mrs. M. K. (Fowler, E.), 10 

Neall, A. W., 57 

Nearing, D. (Mrs. H. B. VanDyne), 57 

Nearing, M. F., 57 

Nearing, Mrs. S. (Seeds, N. M.), 66 

Neave, Mrs. C. E. (Raiford, L.), 122 

Nebeker, E. (Mrs. H. J. Livingston), 159 

Neel, R. G. E., 192 

Neely, C. S., 57, 181 

Neergaard, E. L. (Mrs. H. H. Wheeler), 159 

Neff, B. E. (Mrs. E. W. Noble), 57 

Neill, Mrs. F. K. (De Armond, E. M.), 29 

Neilson, Mrs. C. K. (Deems, E.), 9 

Neilson, G. H. (Mrs. C. J. C. LaCoste), 57 

Neilson, N., 7 

Nelden, M. L. (Mrs. J. O. Cross), 159 

Nelms, Mrs. W. S. (Daughtrey, G.), 104 

Nelson, G. W., 181 

Nelson, Mrs. W. M. (Coates, E.), 139 

Nesbit, C. (Mrs. C. Cooper), 119 

Nesbit, M. E. (Mis. W. W. Shaffer), 119 

Neterer, I. M., 119, 181 

Neuendorffer, Mrs. R. C. (Sinn, E. M.), GS 

Neville, M., 57 

Neville, Z., 57 

Newberry, Mrs. R. W. (Camp, M. M.), 23 

Newby, Mrs. T. (Francisco, L.), 107 

Newell, E. K., 192 

Newell, Mrs. E. R. (Sealy, E.), 164 

Newell, Mrs. G. S. (Jarvis, M. M.), 90 

NeweU, Mrs. H. H. (Willard, M. L.), 174 

Newkirk, A. M. F. (Mrs. W. M. Newkirk), 

119 
Newlin, A. H., 57 

Newlin, F. A. (Mrs. B. W. Henshaw), 119 
Newman, C. E. (Mrs. A. A. Grau), 119 
Newman, R., 57 
Newson, Mrs. H. B. (Winston, M. F.), 96 



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Newton, A. M., 57 

Newton, C. E., 159 

Newton, E. H., 119 

Nichols, Mrs. C. B. (Bullivant, M.), 136 

Nichols, C. S., 12 

Nichols, E. (Mrs. C. W. Moores), 57 

Nichols, H. H. (Mrs. E. L. Porter), 6 

Nichols, H. S. (Mrs. M. Estabrook), 159 

Nichols, M. B. (Mrs. C. M. Hardenbergh) , 

57 
Nichols, M. P. (Mrs. W. H. Smith), 57 
Nichols, Mrs. R. H. (Wallace, M. N.), 76 
Nichols, S. F., 57 
Nichols, T. L., 57 

Nicholson, E. R. (Mrs. A. S. Wing), 159 
Nicholson, Jr., Mrs. J. W. (Haines, I. P.), 

146 
Nicholson, Mrs. W. G. (Buracker, F. K.), 

136 
Nicoll, A. M., 192 

Nields, Mrs. B. (Whitelaw, H. C), 78 
Nields, E. (Mrs. W. Bancroft), 57 
Niles, G. F. (Mrs. R. B. Pendergast), 159 
Niles, J. (Mrs. W. S. McClellan), 57 
Niles, L., 159 
Nisson, E. G., 182 
Noble, E. (Mrs. R. A. Carhart), 119 
Noble, Mrs. E. W. (Neff, B. E.), 57 
Noble, Mrs. F. C. (Thayer, D.), 169 
Noble, Mrs. F. P. (Edmand, M. J.), 87 
Noble, M. A., 192 

Noguchi, Mrs. Y. (Gilmour, L.), 145 
Noll, Mrs. H. (Heffner, B.), Ill 
Noonan, Mrs. D. A. (Ryan, M. T.), 163 
Norcross, E. (Mrs. H. M. Esterly), 58 
Norcross, L. J. (Mrs. F. Lucas), 58 
Norcross, M. J., 58 
Norcross, P. W., 192 
Norcross, Mrs. W. H. (Burns, S. H.), 101 
Norris, B. C. (Mrs. A. G. Bowen), 12 
Norris, M. R., 12 
North, D., 58 

North, H. V. (Mrs. R. J. Hunter), 58 
North, L. V„ 58 

Northrop, M. (Mrs. P. B. Spear), 159 
Northrup, Mrs. J. E. (Chisholm, M. E.), 

102 
Northway, M. I. (Mrs. R. J. Wilson), 92 
Norton, Mrs. A. H. (Hacker, E. L.), 39 
Norton, E., 58 
Norton, M. H., 58 

Nostrand, Mrs. E. S. (Lucas, E.), 116 
Nowlin, N., 83 
Noyes, E. G., 58 

Nuckols, Mrs. C. C. (Swindell, S. O.), 169 
Nunes, Mrs. A. E. (Truitt, A. V.), 74 
Nute, Mrs. W. L. (Christie, M. P.), 138 
Nutting, H. C., 120 
Nutting, P. C. (Mrs. H. C. Rideout), 120 



Oberge, U. H., 12 

O'Brien, M. E., 192 

Ochtman, D., 120 

O'Connell, Mrs. G. C. (Vallely, D.), 171 

O'Connor, A. (Mrs. H. E. Rossell), 159 

O'Connor, Mrs. J. C. (Raymond, H. J.), 62 

O'Connor, E., 159 

O'Connor, M., 58 

Odell, Mrs. O. D. (Lawther, E. T.), 153 

Offutt, N. J., 159 

Ogden, E. L., 159 

Ogden, E. S., 7 

Ogilvie, I. H., 58 

Oglevee, J. E. (Mrs. H. H. Tanner), 159 

O'Grady, M. I. (Mrs. T. Boveri), 92 

Ohern, Mrs. D. W. (Ohern, E. G.), 159 

Olds, Mrs. C. L. (Johnson, M. A.), 113 

Oliver, Mrs. H. T. (Riegel, H.), 63 

Oliver, R. L., 58 

Olsen, S. Y. (Mrs. H. Bertelsen), 12 

O'Neil, E. B. {Mrs. K. Montgomery), 12 

Opp, H. S., 182 

Oppenheimer, C, 192 

Oppenheimer, E., 58 

Oppenheimer, Mrs. O. W. (Siesel, C. F.),165 

Orbison, A. L., 160 

Orbison, A. M., 192 

Orlady, E., 58 

Ormsbee, H. G., 83 

Ormsby, M., 160 

Orr, Mrs. A. (Meigs, A. McK.), 54 

Orr, H., 160 

Orr, Mrs. J. B. (Morris, F. H.), 56 

Orrick, C. (Mrs. W. C. Fordyce), 5S 

Orvis, G. S., 160 

Osborne, Mrs. M. M. (Cabot, F. A.), 137 

O'Shea, M. B., 58 

Ostrom, V., 58 

Ostroff, B. E., 192 

O'Sullivan, M. I., 58 

Otey, Mrs. D. (Lewis, E. D. L.), 50 

Otheman, M. S. (Mrs. F. W. Moore), 58 

Otis, Mrs. H. (Wardwell, A. D.), 172 

Otis, L., 160 

Ott, H. M. (Mrs. A. Campbell), 160 

Outerbridge, K. L. M., 192 

Outland, Mrs. J. H. (Grimes, E.), 109 

Owen, C. M„ 58 

Owens, J. C, 182 

Packard, D., 58 

Packard, E. (Mrs. S. M. Harrison), 160 

Packer, Mrs. W. S. (Frost, M. G.), 35 

Paddock, Mrs. B. W. (Plunkett, E. K.), 60 

Paddock, H. L., 120 

Paddock, I. A., 160 

Paddock. L. B., 182 

Pade, J. E., 120 

Page, Anne, 160 



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253 



Page, Anne (Mrs. R. L. Wolf), 160 
Page, K. A.. (Mrs. C. G. Loring), 58 
Page, L. L. G., 160 
Paine, Mrs. H. S. (Potter, S. M.), 121 
Paine, J. H., 160 

Painter, Mrs. J. C. (Towns, R. F.), 128 
Palache, E. J., 192 
Palmer, Mrs. (Atkinson, M.), 84 
Palmer, E. M. (Mrs. R. N. MeMynn), 160 
Palmer, E. W., 58 

Palmer, E. (Mrs. A. Sikelianos), 160 
Palmer, G. L., 120 
Palmer, H. R., 59 

Palmer, Mrs. L. J. (Buzby, A. K.), 137 
Palmer, L. M., 120 

Palmer, M. (Mrs. C. M. Bakewell), 59 
Palmer, Mrs. M. W. (Shaffer, W.), 165 
Palmer, Mrs. N. C. (Scribner, M. E.), 66 
Palmer, S. S. (Mrs. F. L. Baxter), 59 
Pancoast, E., 182 

Papanastasiou, Mrs. E. (Bley, H. M.), 19 
Parce, Jr., Mrs. J. Y. (Taggart, I. L.), 127 
Park, M. E., 7 
Park, V., 192 

Parker, A. B. (Mrs. G. B. Filbert), 59 
Parker, A. R., 182 
Parker, E. H., 92 

Parker, Mrs. J. E. (Bryan, E. M.), 22 
Parker, Mrs. W. A. (Beals, A. R.), 133 
Parkhurst, H. H., 7 

Parks, G. M. (Mrs. J. P. Remington), 160 
Parks, G. O., 120 
Parris, M. (Mrs. W. R. Smith), 7 
Parrish, E. (Mrs. H. M. Fletcher), 59 
Parrish, G. (Mrs. H. Emerson), 160 
Parsons, H. T., 192 
Parsons, L. B., 192 
Parsons, V. L., 92 
Paschall, A. G., 92 

Pashley, Mrs. W. H. (Cooke, J. S. C.), 139 
Passmore, F., 59 
Patch, H. E., 120, 182 
Patten, A. (Mrs. L. R. Wilder), 160 
Patterson, A. D., 59 
^ e ^ tA je\> {5 fi»**erson, Mrs. L. (Foster, Mildred), 34 

Patterson, M. M. (Mrs. R, C. Campbell), 

59 
Patterson, M. G., 59 

Patterson, M. B. (Mrs. C. R. Porter), 120 
Patterson, Mrs. W. (Holliday, E. M.), 43 
Pauling, M. J., 160 
Paxson, C. E. (Mrs. J. C. Stine), 59 
Paxson, Mrs. F. L. (Jackson, H. H.), 45 
Payne, Mrs. E. R. (Hedges, O.), Ill 
Payton, Mrs. J. S. (Marsh, R. G.), 53 
Peabody, J. F., 192 
Peacock, M. L., 166 
Pearsall, D. O., 120 
Pearson, A. R. (Mrs. R. L. Warner), 160 



Pearson, B., 59 

Pearson, Mrs. H. G. (Winsor, E. W.), 79 

Pearson, H. S., 120 

Pearson, J. L. (Mrs. W. F. Hunt), 160 

Pearson, L. H. (Mrs. B. E. Pratt), 160 

Pease, Mrs. L. F. (Potts, L. E.), 60 

Peck, E. R. (Mrs. M. E. Lombardi), 59 

Peck, H. L„ 59 

Peck, L. L. (Mrs. A. C. White), 59 

Peck, M. W., 59 

Peckham, E. C. (Mrs. F. S. Smith), 120 

Peckham, L. (Mrs. E. H. Waring), 9 

Peckham, M. (Mrs. J. T. Tubby, Jr.), 59 

Peckitt, Mrs. R. G. (Kirkbride, M. A.), 152 

Peebles, F., 7 

Peebles, R. J., 7 

Peek, K. M., 192 

PeeUe, M. P. (Mrs. B. M. Hiatt), 120 

Peirce, Mrs. G. (Girdwood, E. M.), 37 

Peirce, Mrs. J. O. (Wyeth, H. E.), 80 

Peirce, M., 59 

Pell, O. A. H., 192 

Pelletier, H. (Mrs. J. B. Walker), 160 

Pelton, J. P., 59 

Pendergast, Mrs. R. B. (Niles, G. F.), 159 

Pennell, Mrs. E. J. (Glenn, R.), 37 

Pennell, H. S., 121 

Pennypacker, A. M. W., 59 

Pennypacker, E. B., 59 

Perkins, A. F., 12 

Perkins, Mrs. C. {Evans, A.R.), 143 

Perkins, D., 59 

Perkins, E. M. (Mrs. E. C. W. S. Lyders), 7 

Perkins, Mrs. G. {Trowbridge, K.), 170 

Perkins, L., 59 

Perkins, R., 83 

Perkins, W. S. (Mrs. A. A. Raven, Jr.), 160 

Perry, Mrs. H. C. (Sharpless, L. T.), 67 

Perry, L., 7 

Pershing, E. H., 2nd, 192 

Peterkin, Jr., Mrs. A. G. (Fricke, E. F.), 107 

Peters, D. A., 193 

Peters, E. M., 160 

Peters, G. B. F. (Mrs. J. A. Church, Jr.), 

59 
Peters, I. M., 60 
Peters, L. McC, 161 
Peterson, K. O., 161 
Pettit, E. (Mrs. A. E. Borie, 3rd), 12 
Petty, M., 92 

Pevear, Mrs. C. K. (Case, M. F.), 137 
Peyton, J. C, 193 
Pew, E., 60 
Pfaff, E. C, 60 

Pf aider, Mrs. G. E. (Simpson, F. M.), 6S 
Pfuhl, S. A., 60 
Pharo, E. W., 193 
Philips, Mrs. J. C. (Hall, F.), 109 
Phillips, A. T. (Mrs. R. C. Boiling), 161 



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Phillips, B., 161 

Phillips, G. (Mrs. G. Rogers), 60 

Phillips, Mrs. H. M. (Hall A. L.), 39 

Phillips, Mrs. L. G. (Besly, V.), 134 

Phillips, Mrs. T. J. (Spencer, F. G. C.), 94 

Philputt, G. M., 121 

Pickel, A. J. (Mrs. W. H. Kramer), 121 

Pierce, Mrs. H. C. (Spencer, H. B.), 167 

Pierce, Mrs. H. H. (Curtis, K. R.), 140 

Pierce, Mrs. P. H. (Lean, A. R.), 153 

Pierce, Mrs. W. H. (Bancroft, A. L.), 133 

Pierson, Jr., Mrs. N. L. (Colter, H. M.), 139 

Pinney, Mrs. E. G. (Stevenson, H.), 70 

Pinney, E. (Mrs. A. D. Hunt), 60 

Pinney, G. (Mrs. J. M. Stewart), 60 

Pinney, M., 161 

Pinney, M. E., 7 

Pitcher, Mis. F. H. (Brooks, H.), SI 

Pitkin, D. E., 193 

Pitts, Mrs. H. S. (Du Val, K. I.), 31 

Plaisted, M. (Mrs. E. F. Saxton), 60 

Piatt, A. E., 60 

Piatt, J. B., 121 

Piatt, M. L., 193 

Platter, M. H., 161 

Plaut, Mrs. J. M. (Sachs, A.), 65 

Plumb, G. M., 161 

Plumb, H., 161 

Plunkett, E. K. (Mrs. B. W. Paddock), 60 

Poensgen, Mrs. C. E. (Miiller, L. E.), 56 

Poley, Mrs. I. C. (Ross, F. L.), 64 

Pollak, Mrs. J. A. (Hyman, L.), 45 

Pollock, L. L., 60 

Pomeroy, D. (Mrs. J. C. Hanley), 121 

Pomeroy, L. (Mrs. A. B. Street), 121 

Pomeroy, V. S., 161 

Pond, C. P., 60 

Pond, Mrs. L. B. (Cook, R. H.), 103 

Pond, M., 12 

Pooley, Mrs. T. E. (Morice, J. R.) f 56 

Poorman, Mrs. J. H. (Sturgis, M. B. V.), 

168 
Pope, E. B. (Mrs. E. A. Behr), 60 
Popejoy, L. E. (Mrs. E. I. Jones), 121 
Poiritt, M. G., 193 
Porter, Mrs. B. (James, M. M.), 151 
Porter, Mrs. C. H. (Richardson, E. M.), 123 
Porter, Mrs. C. R. (Patterson, M. B.), 121 
Porter, C. P. (Mrs. W. P. Yarnelle), 60 
Porter, E. L., 60 

Porter, Mrs. E. L. (Nichols, H. H.), 6 
Porter, F. (Mrs. H. M. Adler), 60 
Porter, Mrs. G. Q. (Chamberlain, E. M.), 

86 
Porter, H. L. K., 60 
Porter, Mrs. J. F. (Furness, R. W.), 36 
Porter, K, 60 

Porter, L. A. (Mrs. B. P. Weaver), 60 
Porter, M. W., 121 



Porter, N. F., 193 

Porterfield, C. M., 121 

Porterfield, Mrs. W. M. (Bates, M. H.), 18 

Posse, C. F., 121 

Poste, Mrs. E. P. (Bixler, I. B.), 19 

Pottberg, E. E„ 60 

Potter, E. M., 60 

Potter, G., 161 

Potter, S. M. (Mrs. H. S. Paine), 121 

Potts, L. E. (Mrs. L. F. Pease), 60 

Poulton, E. M., 121 

Pouresy, M. S. T., 121 

Powel, E. L. (Mrs. W. McLean), 161 

Powell, E. W., 161 

Powell, L. A. (Mrs. J. R. Fordyce), 161 

Powell, L. R., 93 

Powers, A., 60 

Pratt, A. S., 60 

Pratt, Mrs. B. E. (Pearson, L. H.), 160 

Pratt, Mrs. H. S. (Gray, A. W.), 109 

Pratt, Mrs. M. B. (Darlington, B. W.), 104 

Pray, G., 161 

Preble, J. L., 121 

Prentiss, M. L. (Mrs. J. Stebbins), 121 

Prescott, H., 193 

Pressinger, M. (Mrs. C. 0. von Kienbusch), 

61 
Preston, A. F., 193 
Preston, C. A., 161 

Preston, J. F. (Mrs. C. M. Bragg), 161 
Preston, M. J., 161 
Preston, M. W. (Mrs. P. P. Johnston, Jr.), 

161 
Prettyman, Mrs. C. G. (Yardley, A. H.), 
1 175 

Prewitt, M. R. E., 161 
Price, A. M., 61 

Price, A. (Mrs. J. M. Hemphill), 161 
Price, M., 121 

Price, M. G. (Mrs. G. S. McKnight), 61 
Price, M. L. (Mrs. E. L. Koch), 161 
Prichard, Mrs. C. R. (Mudge, M. C), 158 
Prince, Mrs. S. W. (Miiller, A.), 56 
Pritchett, I. W., 61 
Probasco, L., 121 

Proskauer, Mrs. J. M. (Naumberg, A.), 159 
Proudfit, J. V. (Mrs. D. Montgomery), 61 
Prussing, M. A. (Mrs. A. S. Le Vino), 61 
Pugh, E. C, 61 

Pulsford, Mrs. E. (Yardley, C. M.), 175 
Pulsifer, C. I. B. (Mrs. W. H. Pulsifer), 121 
Purdie, E., 93 

Putnam, A. (Mis. E. Dethier), 61 
Putnam, B. H., 61 

Putnam, C. H. (Mrs. J. L. Smith), 161 
Putnam, Mrs. G. H. (Smith, E. J.), 69 
Putnam, Margaiet (Mrs. M, W, Morse), 

61 
Putnam, May, 61 



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255 



Putnam, Mrs. O. (Chase, L. E.), 138 

Putnam, S., 61 

Putnam, Jr., Mrs. W. E., (Haughwout, H. 

P.). 40 
Pyfer, Mrs. H. F. (Pyfer, I. M.), 61 
Pyle, Mrs. D. H. McA. (Merle-Smith, D.), 

55 
Pyle, M. W. (Mrs. W. T. Johnson), 122 
Pyle, Mrs. R. (Cadbury, H. W.), 23 

Quattrone, Mrs. F. (Hickman, M. M.), 42 

Quimby, A. R. (Mrs. W. L. White), 161 

Quimby, Mrs. G. I. (Sweet, E.), 169 

Quimby, H. A., 61 

Quimby, M. A., 61 

Quinn, Mrs. A. H. (McKee, H.), 156 

Quinn, Mrs. T. S. (Light, B. J.), 153 

Rabourn, S. McD. W., 122 

Raburn, S. B. F., 93 

Rackstraw, M., 122 

Radiguet, Mrs. L. (Clapp, A. V.), 138 

Raetzmann, M. H., 93 

Ragsdale, V., 7 

Rahilly, Mrs. D. A. (Coyle, M. H.), 27 

Raiford, L. (Mrs. C. E. Neave), 122 

Railsbaek, M. B. (Mrs. J. E. Warner), 122 

Railsback, M., 161 

Rambo, Mrs. B. P. (Menendez, L. P.), 54 

Rambo, E. F., 7 

Ramsay, M. M., 193 

Ramsey, E. Y. (Mrs. F. B. Hamilton), 162 

Ramsey, H. M., 61 

Rand, E. C. (Mrs. A. Anderson), 162 

Rand, G., 7 

Rand, M. C. (Mrs. S. Biich), 162 

Randall, Jr., Mrs. B. (Mcllvaine, R. C. M.), 

156 
Randall, E. B., 162 
Randall, R., 162 
Randolph, H., 61 
Ranlet, J. (Mrs. H. Swift), 162 
Rannells, E. K. (Mrs. R. L. Lewis), 122 
Rannells, S. W. (Mrs. R. H. Terrell), 122 
Ranney, C. L., 122 

Ransome, Mrs. F. L. (Rock, A. C.), 64 
Rapallo, E., 61 

Rauh, Mrs. A. S. (Kohn, E.), 152 
Raven, Jr., Mrs. A. A. (Perkins, W. S.), 

160 
Ravenel, Mrs. S. P. (Leftwieh, F.), 6 
Rawson, G., 61 

Rawson, L. (Mrs. W. R. Collins), 61 
Rawson, M., 61 
Rawson, Marion, 193 
Ray, R. M„ 193 
Raymond, Jr., Mrs. E. H. (Ashwell, G. I.), 

15 
Raymond, H. J, (Mrs. J. C. O'Connor), 62 



Read, H. A., 162 

Reade, M. C, 122 

Ream, R. M. (Mrs. J. L. Kemmerer), 62 

Ream, M. B. (Mrs. R. D. Stephens), 62 

Recht, Mrs. C. (Munn, A. P.), 56 

Reckitt, Mrs. C. C. (Goodrich, E.), 38 

Redfield, Mrs. J. M. (Henry, E. P.), 41 

Reed, B. (Mrs. G. R. Coffman), 93 

Reed, Mrs. J. S. (Moss, C. L.), 1.58 

Reed, K. (Mrs. J. G. Frazer), 162 

Reed, M. A. (Mrs. W. H. Lewis), 93 

Reese, Mrs. A. (Weaver, B.), 76 

Reeve, M. M. (Mrs. C. R. Gary), 02 

Reeves, Mrs. J. M. (Watkins, E. M.), 172 

Reeves, K., 162 

Rehder, M., 122 

Reichenbach, L. V., 62 

Reid, E., 62 

Reid, H., 193 

Reilly, A. A., 162 

Reilly, Mrs. J. R. (Dunham, A. M.), 31 

Reilly, M., 62 

Reimer, M., 7 

Reinhardt, Mrs. C. G. (Barstow, J.M.), 133 

Reinhardt, E. C, 62 

Reinhardt, E. M., 62 

Reinhardt, L., 193 

Reinhardt, R., 193 

Reis, E. D., 193 

Reiss, S. L. (Mrs. Braunschweiger), 162 

Reitze, H. C. (Mrs. J. H. Coney), 122 

Rembaugh, B., 12 

Remington, Mrs. H. M. {Thompson, E. T.), 

73 
Remington, Mrs. J. P. (Parks, G. M.), 160 
Remington, M., 193 
Rendel, F. E., 122 
Rex, Mrs. W. (Bevan, S. F.), 134 
Reymershoffer, G., 62 
Reynolds, E. K. (Mrs. N. Hapgood),' 162 
Reynolds, G. P. (Mrs. W. M. Rice), 7 
Reynolds, M. A. (Mrs. S. C. Hulse), 162 
Reynolds, Mrs. M. J. (Smedley, E. B.), 125 
Reynolds, M. E., 122 
Reynolds, M. B. (Mrs. J. A. Kinkead), 93 
Reynolds, Mrs. S. B. (Haenssler, M.), 39 
Reynolds, S. S. (Mrs. B. R. Wakeman), 122 
Rhett, C. T., 193 

Rhoads, A. E. (Mrs. W. C. Ladd), 12 
Rhoads, G. E., Jr., 193 
Rhoads, Mrs. J. E. (Chambers, E.), 24 
Rhoads, M. W., 193 
Rhoads, M., 62 
Rhoads, R. G., 62 
Rhoads, R. E., 162 

Rhodes, A. E. (Mrs. A. D. Rogers), 122 
Rhodes, Mrs. G. B. (Stewart, F. M.), 167 
Rhodes, L., 162 
Rhys, M., 122 



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Rible, B., 122 

Rice, E. F., 12 

Rice. M. E. (Mrs. W. E. Beckwith), 98 

Rice, P. (Mrs. C. H. McKnight), 62 

Rice, Mrs. W. M. (Reynolds, G. P.), 7 

Rich, Mrs. C. M. (Goddard, G.), 108 

Rich, Mrs. G. J. (Bell, E. R.), 99 

Rich, S. B., 123 

Richards, A. If., 162 

Richards, A., 162 

Richards, A. E., 62 

Richards, C. L. (Mrs. T. J. McKnight), 62 

Richards, M. S. (Mrs. K. D. Jessen), 62 

Richards, R. O., 162 

Richards, T. L. (Mrs. C. LeR. Ellsworth), 

162 
Richardson, Mrs. A. H. (Dorsey, C. W.), 

31 
Richardson, E. H., 162 
Richardson, E. M. (Mrs. C. H. Porter), 123 
Richardson, E. L., 62 
Richardson, L., 62 

Richardson, M. T. (Mrs. R. Walcott), 62 
Richmond, F. C., 162 
Richmond, M., 162 

Richter, H. R. (Mrs. M. Elser, Jr.), 63 
Richter, I. M., 63 
Riddle, M. A., 162 

Rideout, Mis. H. C. (Nutting, P. C.), 120 
Rider, Mrs. H. M. (Tressel, G. H.), 128 
Ridgway, S. S. (Mrs. G. H. Bruce), 63 
Ridlon, J., 63 
Riegel, E., 63 

Riegel, H. (Mrs. H. T. Oliver), 63 
Riesman, Mrs. D. (Fleisher, E. L.), 34 
Riggs, Mrs. A. F. (McBurney, A.), 156 
Riggs, C. L. (Mrs. A. M. Charles), 123 
Riggs, H. E., 193 
Riggs, H. S., 63 

Riggs. I. L. (Mrs. L. Barber), 123 
Righter, J., 162 

Righter, Mrs. T. M. (Mitchell, R.), 55 
Riker, F., 193 

Ristine, Mrs. F. H. (Longwell, K. C.), 11 
Ristine, M. V., 63 
Ritchie, M. H., 7 

Ritz, Mrs. H. C. (Failing, K. F.), 33 
Roach, L. A. (Mrs. C. O. Marietta), 123 
Robb, Mrs. H. F. (Streett, K. M.), 71 
Robb, W. L., 162 

Robbins, A. C. (Mrs. W. W. Savage), 162 
Robbins, F. S., 193 

Robbins, Mrs. F. W. (Anthony, E. F.), 15 
Robbins, H., 63 

Robbins, Mrs. R. E. (Greenough, E.), 146 
Roberson, C. (Mrs. E. R. Michaux), 123 
Roberts, A. W., 63 
Roberts, C. G. M.. 123 
Roberts, E. D., 63 



Roberts, E. E., 123 

Roberts, K. D., 163 

Roberts, L. E. (Mrs. W. D. Williams), 12 

Roberts, R. (Mrs. R. C. McMillen), 63 

Robertson, E. S., 63 

Robertson, H. C., 63 

Robertson, M. L., 123 

Robey, W., 123 

Robins, D., 63 

Robins, F. E., 63 

Robins, H. J., 63 

Robins, Mrs. S. S. (Lord, F. S.), 154 

Robinson, Mrs. A. B. (Blackwell, E. B.), 99 

Robinson, C, 63 

Robinson, C. P., 193 

Robinson, E. A. (Mrs. J. H. Kimball), 123 

Robinson, E. F., 63 

Robinson, Mrs. G. O. (Bancroft, J. M.), 84 

Robinson, H. L., 63 

Robinson, Mrs. H. R. (Kaminski, O. M.), 

113 
Robinson, Mrs. J. H. (Levering, M. A.), 50 
Robinson, L. (Mrs. H. M. Morgan), 64 
Robinson, Mrs. M. D. (Upham, S. D.), 129 
Robinson, Mrs. P. J. (de Beauregard, E. 

T.), 86 
Robinson, V. P., 12 
Roche, H. M. (Mrs. A. C. Tobin), 163 
Rochester, A., 163 

Rock, A. C. (Mrs. F. L. Ransome), 64 
Rock, Mrs. J. F. (Driver, R.), 141 
Rockwell, C. L., 64 
Rockwell, Mrs. J. (Hearne, A.), 41 
Rockwell, M. S. (Mrs. H. W. Moorhouse), 

64 
Rockwood, E. R., 64 
Rodi, I. (Mrs. H. H. Fields), 123 
Roe, A. B. (Mrs. H. Lommel), 7 
Roe, C. C., 123 
Roe, M., 163 

Roelker, M. M. (Mrs. K. Langenbeck), 163 
Roesler, Mrs. M. (Baird, A. R.), 132 
Rogers, Mrs. A. D. (Rhodes, A. E.), 122 
Rogers, Mrs. B. (Soskin, L.), 125 
Rogers, D. L., 193 
Rogers, E., 193 

Rogers, Mrs. G. (Phillips, G.), 60 
Rogers, I. M., 64 
Rogerson, J. L., 163 
Rohrer, M., 64 
Rolfe, M. D., 93 

Romeyn, E. R. (Mrs. W. Everdell, Jr.), 163 
Rondinella, E., 193 
Rood. A. Q., 194 
Root, M. L., 64 

Ropes, A. R. (Mrs. E. D. Kellogg), 64 
Ropes, E. M. (Mrs. G. M. Horn), 64 
Ropes, M., 64 
Rosanoff, L., 93 



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257 



Rosborough, Mrs. J. M. (Jories, A. E.), 151 

Rose, Mrs. A. J. (Bruere, E. C), 136 

Rose, A. M., 194 

Rosenau, Mrs. M. J. (Frank, M. B. F.), 35 

Rosenberg, E. M., 64 

Rosenfeld, G. E., 163 

Rosenheimer, B., 64 

Rosett, Mrs. J. (Carey, L.), 137 

Ross, A. (Mrs. A. W. Taylor), 64 

Ross, E., 64 

Ross, E., 64 

Ross, F. L. (.Mrs. I. C. Foley), 64 

Ross, H., 123 

Ross, H. K. (Mrs. A. Johnson), 163 

Ross, J. P. (Mrs. M. S. Chiam), 64 

Ross, J. (Mrs. C. L. Miller). 163 

Ross, M. J., 163 

Ross, M. J. (Mrs. A. R. Gamer), 64 

Ross, Mrs. T. (Blakey, M. L.), 19 

Ross, Mrs. W. N. (Terry, C. L.), 72 

Rossell, Mrs. H. E. (O'Connor, A.), 159 

Rossiter, I., 163 

Rossmassler, E. A., 163 

Rotan, A. S. (Mrs. T. D. Howe), 64 

Rotan, K. L. (Mrs. C. K. Drinker), 64 

Roth, Mrs. A. S. (Bemheim, H.), 134 

Roudebush, M. M., 123 

Rousmaniere, Mrs. J. E. (Ayer, M. F.), 16 

Rowell, M. C, 123 

Rowley, H. T., 64 

Rubel, H. F., 194 

Rubelman, A. D., 163 

Ruhl, Mrs. H. C. (Forster, S. K.), 34 

Rulison, L. C, 64 

Rumery, M. (Mrs. C. J. Chapman), 163 

Rumrill, H. du B. (Mrs. C. L. Staples), 65 

Runyon, H. B. (Mrs. G. H. L. Winfrey), 

163 
Rupert, A. S., 194 

Rupert. Mrs. C. G. (Swift, A. V.), 169 
Rupert, M. S., 65 
Rupli, T. R., 163 

Rupp, 3rd, Mrs. D. (Wood, A. P.), 79 
Rupp, S. E., 123 
Ruppersberg, E. A., 124 
Rush, Mrs. C. C. (Johnson, A.), 113 
Rush, F. B. (Mrs. R. L. Crawford), 65 
Rushmore, F. (Mrs. W. T. Hussey), 163 
Rusk, F. H. (Mrs. J. Shapley), 83 
Russell, Jr., Mrs. E. A. (Greeley, H. R.), 38 
Russell, Mrs. B. (Smith, A. W. P.), 68 
Russell, E. C. (Mrs. J. C. Dawson), 65 
Russell, J. L., 163 

Russell, Jr., Mrs. J. F. (Taylor, E. W.), 169 
Russell, L. S., 65 

Russell, M. (Mrs. R. S. Kellen), 65 
Russell, Mrs. N. G. (Clinton, E.), 26 
Russell, S. C, 163 
Rutter, Mrs. W. McM. (Ford, L. O.), 144 



Ruysdael, Mrs. B. (Mason, F. E.), 53 
Ryan, Mrs. D. L. (Iddings. F. E.), 45 
Ryan, M. T. (Noonan, D. A.), 163 
Ryan, M. C. (Mrs. T. J. Spillane), 65 

Sachs, A. (Mrs. J. M. Plaut), 6.5 

Sackett, M. J., 65 

Sage, Mrs. N. McL. (Simonds, C. V.), 68 

Saint, P. (Mrs. E. G. McQuinn), 124 

St. John, F. A., 163 

St John, Mrs. G. C. (Seymour, C. H.), 67 

Salisbury, L. B., 93 

Salmon, L. M., 94 

Salsich, Mrs. N. E. (Brady, J. E.), 135 

Sampson, A. R. (Mrs. R. V. Taylor, Jr.), 
163 

Sampson, E. F. (.Mrs. J. H. Westcott), 13 

Sampson, Mrs. F. (Emory, L. Van B.), 142 

Sampson. L. V. (Mrs. T. H. Morgan), 13 

Sampson, M. D'A. (Mrs. O. W. Toll), 65 

Samter, Mrs. H. S. (Loeb, M. H.), 51 

Sanborn, A. G., 163 

Sanborne, S. M. (Mrs. W. G. Weaver), 65 

Sanders, E. M., 124 

Sanderson, R. E., 124 

Sanderson, Jr., Mrs. W. J. (Clothier, E.), 
138 

Sandison, H. E., 7 

Sandison, L. E., 65 

Sanford, A. M., 194 

Sangree, Mrs. P. H. (Dodd, M. P.), 30 

Sargent, C. V., 65 

Sargent, H. A., 124 

Sato, R., 13 

Satterlee, M. (Mrs. D. S. Wetmore), 163 

Satterthwaite, S. E. (Mrs. F. A. Leslie), 94 

Sattler, J., 65 

Saunders, Mrs. A. P. (Brownell, L. S.), 22 

Saunders, C, 124 

Saunders, Mrs. F. A. (Elder, G. A.), 32 

Saunders, H. M. (Mrs. W. H. A. Holmes), 65 

Saunders, O. E., 124 

Saunders, Mrs. W. L. (Stephens, E. B.), 167 

Savage, W. B. (Mrs. B. Turner), 164 

Savage, Mrs. W. W. (Robbins, A. C), 162 

Saville, Mrs. J. K. (Mark, L. M.), 155 

Sawyer, Mrs. H. M. (Ecob, E.), 31 :, 

Sax, Mrs. M. (Schoneman, M. C), 66 

Saxton, Mrs. E. F. (Plaisted, M.), 60 

Scattergood, A. (Mrs. C. G. Hoag), 65 

Scattergood, M., 65 

Sceets. L. A. (Mrs. T. H. Gill), 124 

Schaefer, E. F. (Mrs. A. L. Castle), 65 

Schaeffer, H. E. (Mrs. W. B. Huff), 7 

Schaffner, M., 164 

Schamberg, H. R. (Mrs. J. H. Sinberg), 164 

Schenck, Jr., Mrs. E. (Smucker, G. A.), 125 

Schenck, E. M., 7 

Scheurer, C. M., 124 



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Sohiedt, A. E. (Mrs. P. F. Clark). 65 

Schiedt, H. L. (Mrs. H. A. Woodward). 66 

Schmauk, E. M., 164 

Schmidt, A., 124 

Schmidt, G. C, 7 

Schmidt, H., 164 

Schmidt, K. R., (Mrs. L. P. Eisenhart), 

164 
Schmidt, M. R. (Mrs. W. H. Kurtz), 164 
Schmitt, Mrs. C. C. (Capel, F. M.), 23 
Schmitz, Mrs. W. L. (McEwen, M.), 54 
Schneider. N. R., 164 
Schock, Mrs. C. (Jeffers, E. T.), 46 
Schock, C. F. (Mrs. C. L. Jones), 66 
Schoell, M., 124 

Schoenthal, Mrs. L. (Silverman, I.), 166 
Schoff, E. G. (Mrs. J. J. Boericke), 66 
Schorl, L. (Mrs. G. E. Ehrman), 66 
Schofield, L. A., 124 
Schoneman, M. C. (Mrs. P. M. Sax). 66 
Schrader, E. W. (Mrs. C. W. Smith), 164 
Schram, H. S. (Mrs. R. D. Wood), 66 
Schummers, M. L. (Mrs. R. M. Van Wag- 

nen), 164 
Schurman, B., 194 

Schwable, Mrs. H. C. (Mead, M. L.), 54 
Schwartz, Mrs. L. (Adler, M. O.), 194 
Schwartz, H. C., 164 
Schwebel, Mrs. W. C. (Wischan, P.), 174 
Scofield, J., 66 

Scoon, Mrs. R. M. (Hibben, E. G.), 42 
Scott, Mrs. A. H. (Minturn, M.), 55 
Scott, F. B., 124 
Scott, H. T., 66 
Scott, K. E., 66 
Scott, Margaret, 13 
Scott, M. S., 66 
Scott, Mary, 194 
Scott, M. W., 164 
Scott, Mrs. S. B. (Morris, M.), 56 
Scott, Mrs. W. A. {Shoemaker, M.), 125 
Scribner, Mrs. A. H. (Annan, H. C.), 15 
Scribner, Mrs. G. H. (Van Dyke, N. D.), 

171 
Scribner. M. B. (Mrs. H. L. Grant), 164 
Scribner. M. E. (Mrs. N. C. Palmer), 66 
Scripture, E., 164 

Scripture, W. (Mrs. P. C. Fleming). 66 
Scriven, K., 164 

Scruggs, M. (Mrs. R. P. Caruth), 164 
Scudder, A. T. (Mrs. W. C. Davison), 66 
Scudder, E. H. (Mrs. W. Capehart), 164 
Scudder. M. G. (Mrs. S. A. Charles), 164 
Scudder, S. C. (Mrs. I. Bowditch), 66 
Seabury, C. R., 164 
Seal, H. F., 164 

Sealy, E. (Mrs. E. R. Newell), 164 
Searle, M. A., 164 
Sears, A., 66 



Sears, M. (Mrs. L. C. Bigelow), 66 
Seaver, H. F. (Mrs. D. Macomber), 66 
Sedgwick, E. (Mrs. W. Shaw), 164 
Seeds, I. M. (Mrs. E. G. M. MacGannon), 

164 
Seeds, N. M. (Mrs. S. Nearing), 66 
Seely, B. W. (Mrs. G. Q. Dunlop), 66 
Seely, E. E. (Mrs. L. L. Jackson), 66 
Seelye, E. W., 66 

Seelye, Mrs. L. H. (Chambers, K. E.), 24 
Seevers, Mrs. M. B. (Meredith, S. L.), 118 
Seibels, Mrs. H. G. (Kelly, E. W.), 48 
Selig, A. (Mrs. H. R. Harris), 164 
Seligman, G. (Mrs. H. P. W. van Heuke- 

lom), 165 
Seligman, R. W. (Mrs. F. Lewisohn), 165 
Seligman, V., 165 
Selkregg, C. H., 165 
Selleck, A., 66 

Sellers, Jr., Mrs. J. C. (Sellers, M.), 165 
Sellers, M. (Mrs. J. C. Sellers, Jr.), 165 
Senior, M. E., 165 

Sensenig, Mrs. W. (Crawford, E. L.), 28 
Sergeant, E. S.. 63 
Sergeant, K. (Mrs. E. Angell), 67 
Seth, F. B., 67 
Sewall, H. R.. 94 

Sewall, Mrs. M. F. (Ditmars. H. S.), 30 
Sewell, D. A., 94, 182 
Seymour, C. H. (Mrs. G. C. St. John), 67 
Seymour, E. D. (Mrs. J. Angel), 13 
Seymour, H. (Mrs. M. Wiley), 165 
Shackleton, Mrs. A. D. (Kessel, J. B.), 114 
Shadburn, L. (Mrs. J, du B. Yow), 165 
Shafer, G. A. (Mrs. S. T. Able), 165 
Shaffer, A. W., 67 

Shaffer, Mrs. W. W. (Nesbit, M. E.), 119 
Shaffer, W. (Mrs. M. W. Palmer), 165 
Shamburger, M. I., 124 
Shapiro, R. (Mrs. R. Strauss), 94 
Shapley, Mrs. H. (Betz, M.), 99 
Shapley, Mrs. J. (Rusk, F. H.), 83 
Sharman, L. M. (Mrs. W. S. De Lany), 67 
Sharp, H. W., 67 
Sharpless, A(- C, 165 
Sharpless, E". F., 67 
Sharpless, H., 165 
Sharpless, K. T., 67 
Sharpless, L. T. (Mrs. H. C. Perry), 67 
Shaw, C. T., 165 

Shaw, E. W. (Mrs. J. T. McCutcheon), 67 
Shaw, H. H. (Mrs. W. A. Crosby), 67 
Shaw, K. L., 67 

Shaw, Mrs. R. M. {Stephens, M.), 167 
Shaw, Mrs. W. (Sedgwick, E.), 164 
Sheafer, K. E., 67 

Shearer, A. F. (Mrs. J. A. Lafore), 67 
Shearer, E. A., 7 
Shearer, F, J., 194 



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259 



Shearer, M. J. (Mrs. J. K. Smith), 67 

Shearman, M. H„ 67 

Sheavyn, P. A. B., 94 

Sheldon, Jr., Mrs. C. S. (Dunbar, R. J.), 105 

Sheldon, E., 124 

Sheldon, H. S.. 67 

Sheldon, Martha (Mrs. C. M. Hartford), 

165 
Sheldon, Mary (Mrs. A. MacArthur), 67 
Shelley. H. H., 125 

Shenstone, M. E. (Mrs. D. T. Fraser), 67 
Sheppard, E. B., 194 
Sheppard, I., 165 
Sheppard, M., 67 
Sherbert, H., 165 
Sherman, A. H., 165 

Sherman, Mrs. J. H. (Williams, M. A.) 79 
Sherman, Z. M., 125 
Shero, Mrs. L. R. (Doe, J. A.), 30 
Sherwin, A. I., 67 

Sherwin, Mrs. T. E. (Blodgett, E. L.), 134 
Sherwood, E. L. (Mrs. C. E. Curtis), 125 
Shields, E. L., 13 
Shipley, A. D., 68 
Shipley, E. T., 165 
Shipley, K. M., 68 
Shipley, M., 165 
Shipley, M. B., 68 

Shipley, M. M-P. (Mrs. E. P. Allinson), 165 
Shipley, Mrs. W. E. (Cadbury, C. W.), 137 
Shippen, E. F., 68 
Shippen, K. B., 68 
Shipway, M. E., 165 
Shloss, I. B. (Mrs. E. Mannheimer), 165 
Shoemaker, A. P. (Mrs. A. J. Ferris), 165 
Shoemaker, E. H., 194 
Shoemaker, J. C, 13 
Shoemaker, M. {Mrs. W. A. Scott), 125 
Shohl, Mrs. A. T. (Eichberg, A.), 32 
Shorey, P. A., 125 

Shoup, Mrs. F. E. (Howard, M. E.), 150 
Showell. A. O., 68 

Showers, Mrs. J. B. (Lorenz, J.), 51 
Shreve, H. R., 68 

Shrieves, Mrs. E. B. (TJnthank, R. A.), 129 
Shugert. K. D., 68 

Shults, Mrs. J. C. (Dreutlein, M. C), 105 
Shute, F. L., 125 

Shute, H. W. (Mrs. W. J. Moulton), 94 
Sichel, M. E. (Mrs. E. A. Limburg), 165 
Sickel, C. (Mrs. R. H. Farley), 68 
Siesel, C. F. (Mrs. O. W. Oppenheimer) , 165 
Sikelianos, Mrs. A. (Palmer, E.), 160 
Silkman, E. (Mrs. T. Gilman, Jr.), 165 
Silverman, I. (Mrs. L. Schoenthal), 166 
Silvey, Mrs. W. (Archbald, A.), 15 
Simonds, C. V. (Mrs. N. McL, Sage), 68 
Simpson, A. D., 68 
Simpson, C. M., 166 



Simpson, F„ 166 

Simpson, F. M. (Mrs. G. E. Pfahler), 68 

Simpson, Mrs. F. H. (Taylor, A.), 72 

Simpson, Mrs. L. (Wilder, L.), 174 

Simsohn, Mrs. J. S. (Goldsmith, C. A.), 37 

Sinberg, Mrs. J. H. (Schamberg, C. A.), 164 

Sinclair, A. M., 68 

Sinclair, A. (Mrs. R. B. Dodge), 94 

Sinclair, E. C. (Mrs. C. Van R. Hodge) 68 

Sinclair, F. S. (Mrs. A. H. Woods), 68 

Sinclair, I. A., 125 

Sinn, E. M. (Mrs. R. C. Neuendorffer) , 68 

Sipe, D. H. (Mrs. J. C. Bradley), 68 

Sippel, D., 166 

Sisson, E. I., 166 

Skerrett, D. W., 68 

Skinner, C. O., 194 

Skinner, M. E., 166 

Skinner, M. C, 166 

Skinner, M. G., 125 

Slade, A. M., 68 

Slade, Mrs. F. L. (McCormick, C.), 156 

Sladen, Mrs. H. S. (Strong, M.), 168 

Slaughter, Mrs. M. S. (Taylor, G. E.), 72 

Sleeper, I. A., 125 

Sloan, L. L., 194 

Sloane, C. S. (Mrs. B. M. Lombard), 68 

Sloane, Mrs. J. E. (Edison, M.), 142 

Small, F. (Mrs. H. J. Lofting), 166 

Smalley, Mrs. J. D. (Garretson, A. E.), 36 

Smart, F. G. (Mrs. F. L. Wells), 125 

Smartt, M. K. (Mrs. P. J. Kruesi), 166 

Smedley, E. B. (Mrs. M. J. Reynolds), 125 

Smith, Mrs. Aa. L. (Bacon, E. McC.), 16 

Smith, A. P., 68 

Smith, Mrs. A. R. (Hedges, M. M.), 41 

Smith, A. W. P. (Mrs. B. Russell), 68 

Smith, A. C. (Mrs. P. P. Calvert), 94 

Smith, Mrs. B. E. (Mooers, L. E.), 56 

Smith, Mrs. C. W. (Schrader, E. W.), 164 

Smith, C. L., 13 

Smith, C. (Mrs. H. M. Ware), 68 

Smith, C. W. (Mrs. J. Dey), 69 

Smith, Mrs. D. P. (Warner, M. D.), 172 

Smith, D. I., 69 

Smith, D. W., 194 

Smith, E. E., 125 

Smith, E. M., 69, 182 

Smith, E. B., 69 

Smith, E. J. (Mrs. G. H. Putnam), 69 

Smith, E. M., 94 

Smith, Mrs. F. C. (Hoffman, M. E.). 43 

Smith, Mrs. F. S. (Peckham, E. C), 120 

Smith, H. T., 13 

Smith, H. W. (Mrs. S. Brown, 2nd), 69 

Smith, Mrs. H. K. (Dietrick, G. E.), 30 

Smith, H. W., 13 

Smith, 1. F., 9, 182 

Smith, Mrs. J. H. (Canan, V. C), 23 



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Smith, Mrs. J. K. (Shearer, M. J.), 67 

Smith, Mrs. J. L. (Putnam, C. H.), 161 

Smith, J. P., 166 

Smith, Mrs. K. (Garrett, H. A.), 145 

Smith, L. E. (Mrs. C. B. Watson), 166 

Smith, L. H., 125 

Smith, L. P., 8 

Smith, L. T., 69 

Smith, M. (Mrs. D. F. Goodnow), 69 

Smith, M. C, 69 

Smith, M. F., 166 

Smith, M. S., 94 

Smith, M. V., 166 

Smith, Mabel W. ( 194 

Smith, Maria W., 69 

Smith, P. D., 194 

Smith, Mrs. R. H. (Walton, E. T.), 172 

Smith, Mrs. R. W. (Lawrence, E. S.), 153 

Smith, Mrs. S. F. (MacVeagh, M.), 155 

Smith, S. R. M. (Mrs. R. S. Bull), 69 

Smith, T. H. (Mrs. H. S. Dole), 69 

Smith, Mrs. T. (Middleton, H.), 55 

Smith, Mrs. W. H. (Nichols, M. P.), 57 

Smith, Mrs. W. R. (Parris, M.), 7 

Smitheman, H. P. (Mrs. A. T. Baldwin), 69 

Smith-Goard, E. C., 94 

Smucker, G. A. (Mrs. E. Schenck, Jr.), 125 

Smyth, A. G. (Mrs. C. S. Buell), 166 

Smyth, E. A. (Mrs. H. W. Smyth), 166 

Smythe, H. G., 166 

Snavely, M., 194 

Snodgrass, K., 69 

Snyder, Mrs. De W. (Thurston, B. S.), 128 

Snyder, E. (MinmJihiiR'^lii link), 69 

Snyder, M. G., 125 

Solis-Cohen, E. E., 166 

Sollenberger, M., 166 

Sorchan, L. B., 194 

Soskin, L. (Mrs. B. Rogers), 125 

Soule, J. B. (Mrs. W. Soule), 166 

Southall, M. K., 194 

Southard, M. W., 69 

Souther, C. (Mrs. W. P. Buttrick), 166 

Southerland, H. R. (Mrs. J. B. Wright), 166 

Southgate, M. (Mrs. W. Brewster), 69 

Southwick, J. F., 166 

Southwick, K. M. (Mrs. E. G. Vietor), 166 

Southwick, L. J. (Mrs. R. T. Funk), 166 

Southworth, E. A. (Mrs. V. M. Spalding), 

94 
Spalding, H. E., 194 
Spalding, M. C., 8 
Spalding, Mrs. V. M. (Southworth, E. A.), 

94 
Spangler, H. M., 166 

Spear, Mrs. E. B. (Taylor, E. W. M.), 127 
Spear, Mrs. P. B. (Northrop, M.), 159 
Speer, M. B., 194 
Speer. Mrs. R. E. (Bailey, E. D.), 132 



Spence, A. B., 69 

Spence, M. C., 167 

Spencer, A. J. (Mrs. C. H. Curry), 167 

Spencer, F. G. C. (Mrs. T. J. Phillips), 94 

Spencer, H. B. (Mrs. H. C. Pierce), 167 

Spencer, M. W. (Mrs. J. K. Worthington), 

69 
Spencer, M. Du P. (Mrs. G. U. Corbett), 

69 
Spencer, Mrs. R. (Fulton, M. A.), 145 
Spencer, Mrs. T. C. (Klauder, J. C.), 48 
Sperry, M. F. (Mrs. P. N. Turner), 167 
Spillane, Mrs. T. J. (Ryan, M. C.), 65 
Spinelli, B. N., 194 
Spinney, Mrs. W. (Foster, M.), 34 
Spofford, B. (Mrs. S. A. Morgan), 70 
Spraguesmith, H. (Mrs. V. Starenski), 70 
Spray, R. G. (Mrs. E. L. Griffin), 94 
Spreckels, E. M., 126 

Sprenger, Mrs. J. A. (Boyer, J. McC.) , 20 
Springer, C. L., 182 

Springer, Mrs. R. W. (Lynch, G. M.), 154 
Spurney, J., 194 
Spry, G., 70 
Staadeker, J. M., 70 

Stacey, Mrs. S. G. (Brombacher, C. G.), 85 
Staiger, Mrs. R. (Klein, E.), 114 
Stair, M. K, 70 
Stambaugh, M. H., 194 
Stanton, M. B. (Mrs. J. E. Kirshman), 126 
Stan wood, A., 70 
Stapler, M. G., 70 

Staples, Mrs. C. L. (Rumrill, H. Du B.), 65 
Staples, H. R. (Mrs. D. H. Ellsworth), 70 
Stappert, M. A., 126 
Stark, E. K., 13 
Starkey, C. B., 126 
Starr, A. M., 126 

Starzenski, Mrs. V. (Spraguesmith, H.), 70 
Stearns, A. A. (Mrs. W. M. Stevens), 167 
Stearns, A., 70 
Stearns, S. B., 126 

Stebbins, Mrs. J. (Prentiss, M. L.), 121 
Stecher, L. I., 13 
Steddom, L. J., 126 
Steel, M. A., 167 

Steel, Mrs. S. B. (Warren, M. P.), 172 
Steele, E. R., 70 
Steele, E. C. M., 167 
Steele, G. W., 167 

Steenberg, B. (Mrs. J. E. Webster), 126 
Stein, Mrs. J. R. (Harnish, B. M.), 147 
Steinbach, E. H. (Mrs. M. A. Coyne), 167 
Steiner, A. L., 70 

Steinhart, Mrs. J. H. (Sussman, A.), 71 
Stelle, K. B., 182 
Steltzer, E. H., 70 
Stephen, Mrs. A. L. (Costelloe, K. E. M, 

C), 139 



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261 



Stephens, E. P. (Mrs. N. R. Montgomery), 

167 
Stephens, E. B. (Mrs. W. L. Saunders), 167 
Stephens, L. B. (Mrs. W. Van D. Wright), 

167 
Stephens, M. {Mrs. R. M. Shaw), 167 
Stephens, Mrs. R. D. (Ream, M. B.), 62 
Sterling, S. A., 126 
Stern, Mrs. J. D. (Lit, J. E.), 154 
Stetson, L. A. (Mrs. F. H. Stone, Jr.), 167 
Steuart, L. M., 167 
Stevens, A. C, 70 
Stevens, C, 70 

Stevens, Mrs. C. B. (Ames, E.), 132 
Stevens, C. J.. 167 
Stevens, E., 185 

Stevens, Helen L. (Mrs. G. D. Gregory), 70 
Stevens, Harriet L., 194 
Stevens, L., 126 

Stevens, M. P. (Mrs. O. H. Hammond), 158 
Stevens, N. M„ 8 

Stevens, Mrs. W. M. (Stearns, A. A.), 167 
Stevens, Mrs. W. P. (McAnulty, A.), 53 
Stevenson, D., 167 
Stevenson, E. D., 194 
Stevenson, E. J. (Mrs. J. W. Lloyd), 167 
Stevenson, H. (Mrs. E. G. Pinney), 70 
Stevenson, M. P., 182 
Steward, H. R., 126 
Stewart, A. A., 95 

Stewart, B. (Mrs. C. A. Mackenzie), 167 
Stewart, C., 195 
Stewart, C. T., 126 

Stewart, F. M. (Mrs. G. B. Rhodes), 167 
Stewart, Mrs. G. H. (Brooks, E. H.), 135 
Stewart, H. (Mrs. P. E. Huyler), 167 
Stewart, Mrs. J. M. (Pinney, G.), 60 
Stewart, M. S. (Mrs. C. H. Dietrich), 70 
Stewart, W. B., 195 

Stifler, Mrs. J. M. (Burnley, M. C), 85 
Stiles, A., 195 

Stiles, Mrs. E. C. (Macdonald, F.), 52 
Stiles, H. U., 182 
Stiles, K., 195 
Stillwell, C. O., 195 
Stine, Mrs. J. C. (Paxson, C. E.), 59 
Stinson, Mrs. E. (Carroll, A. B.), 102 
Stinson, Mrs. R. M. (Workman, A. C.), 80 
Stirling, J. W. (Mrs. S. S. Gregory). 70 
Stirling, M. Y. (Mrs. J. P. Thorn), 167 
Stites, H. C. (Mrs. J. G. Gill), 168 
Stites, S. H., 8 

Stix, Mrs. E. W. (Kingsbacher, E.), 152 
Stix, H., 168 

St. John, Mrs. G. C. (Seymour, C. H.), 63 
Stocking, R. J. (Mrs. V. Lynch), 95 
Stockwell, Mrs. F. E. (MacCracken, F. M.), 

52 
Stoddard, E. F., 70 



Stoddard, Mrs. L. J. (Bartlett, L. A.), 133 

Stoddard, V. T., 13 

Stoddard, Y. (Mrs. H. R. Hayes), 70 

Stohr, K. (Mrs. E. S. Davey), 70 

Stokes, B. D., 168 

Stokes, Mrs. F. J. (Woodruff, L. T.)„ 80 

Stokley, D. S., 168 

Stone, Jr., Mrs. F. H. (Stetson, L. A.), 167 

Stone, H. H. M., 195 

Stone, K. L. (Mrs. G. Grant, Jr.), 168 

Stoner, M. E. (Mrs. A. D. Willard), 70 

Storer, E. L., 168 

Storer, F. L., 70 

Storrs, Mrs. C. L. (Goodwin, M. M.), 10 

Storrs, J., 168 

Stoughton, L. R., 71 

Stout, G. (Mrs. R. B. Bowler), 71 

Stout, Mrs. H. L. (Ziesing, G.), 176 

Stout, K. H. (Mrs. J. Armstrong), 168 

Strachey, Mrs. O. (Costelloe, R. C.), 103 

Stratton, A., 168 

Strauss, D., 71 

Strauss, S. (Mrs. A. F. Hess), 168 

Strauss, Mrs. B. (Laser, L. J.), 49 

Strauss, E. T., 67 

Strauss, M. L., 71 

Strauss, Mrs. R. (Shapiro, R.), 94 

Strayer, H. C., 168 

Strayer, O., 168 

Streeper, Mrs. J. S. (Mitchell, G.), 118 

Street, Mrs. A. B. (Pomeroy, L.), 121 

Street, J. A. (Mrs. E. C. Jeffrey), 95 

Streeter, J. (Mrs. H. Gardner), 71 

Streeter, Mrs. T. W. (Cheney, R.), 138 

Streett, K. M. (Mrs. H. F. Robb), 71 

Strong, A. L., 168 

Strong, A. H., 71 

Strong, M. U. (Mrs. M. Baker), 126 

Strong, M. (Mrs. H. S. Sladen), 168 

Strong, R. (Mrs. S. E. Strong), 168 

Stuart, A. A., 168 

Stuart, S. G., 71 

Stubbs, C, 168 

Studdiford, J. G., 168 

Sturdevant, Mrs. E. W. (Cruice, L.'N.), 28 

Sturdevant, F. E. (Mrs. R. D. Compton), 

168 
Sturdevant, W., 71 
Sturgis, H. R., 71 

Sturgis, M. B. V. (Mrs. J. H. Poorman), 168 
Sturm, M., 182 
Suckley, M. L., 168 
Sudler, M. V., 126 

Sulloway, Mrs. F. J. (Thayer, M.), 72 
Sumner, L. M., 95 
Sumption, E. M., 126 
Sundstrom, I. H., 182 
SuDstein, Mrs. E. (Kingsbacher, G.), 152 
Supplee, Jr., Mrs. J. F. (Arthurs, M. M.), 15 



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Sussman, Alice (Mrs. W. Arnstein), 168 

Sussman, Amy (Mrs. J. H. Steinhart), 71 

Sutch, C, 71 

Suter, M. W., 126 

Sutherland, E. B., 126 

Sutliff, Mrs. E. M. (Lautz, G. M.), 115 

SuttoD, J. D., 127 

Suzuki, U., 168 

Swan, E., 108 

Swan, Mrs. H. (Denison, C), 30 

Swanzy, N. H. (Mrs. G. Y. Bennett), 168 

Swartzlander, Mrs. J. R. (Hart, R. P.), 147 

Sweet, A. B., 127 

Sweet, Emma (Mrs. L. M. Tondel), 68 

Sweet, Ethelwyn (Mrs. G. I. Quimby), 169 

Sweet, M., 8 

Swift, A. V. (Mrs. C. G. Rupert), 169 

Swift, D. R., 127 

Swift, E.,71 

Swift, F. D. (Mrs. H. L. Tatnall, Jr.), 169 

Swift, Mrs. H. (Ranlet, J.), 162 

Swift, N., 71 

Swiggett, Mrs. G. L. (Bain, E.), 97 

Swindell, S. O. (Mrs. C. C. Nuekols), 169 

Swindler, M. H., 8 

Swope, Mrs. G. (Hill, M. D.), 42 

Syford, C. M., 127 

Sykes, E. E., 71 

Sylvester, I. W. (Mrs. W. Chubb), 127 

Szold, B. (Mrs. L. H. Levin), 71 

Szold, Mrs. R. (Falk, Z. S.)> 33 

Taber, C. L., 71 

Taber, I. (Mrs. A. V. de Forest), 71 
Taber, M. R., 71 

Taber, M. H. (Mrs. D. Hager), 169 
Taft, H. H., 71 

Taggart, I. L. (Mrs. J. Y. Parce), 120 
Tanner, Mrs. H. H. (Oglevee, J. E.), 159 
Tanner, R. F., 169 
Tappan, E., 71 
Tappan, H., 195 
Tappan, J. B., 71 
\ Tappan, M., 169 
Tatlock, J. M., 72 

Tatnall, Jr.. Mrs. H. L. (Swift, F. D.), 169 
Tattersfield, E. H. (Mrs. W. D. Banes), 72 
Tattersfield, O., 72 
Tattershall, L. M., 127 
Tatum, L. R. (Mrs. G. G. Burlingame), 127 
Taussig, C. C., 195 

Taylor, A. M. (Mrs. P. G. Burleigh), 72 
Taylor, A. (Mrs. F. H. Simpson), 72 
Taylor, A. R., 195 
Taylor, Mrs. A. W. (Ross, A.), 64 
Taylor, B. A., 169 

Taylor, Mrs. C. S. (Allinson, G.), 131 
Taylor, E. E., 127 
Taylor, E. P., 195 



Taylor, E. W. M. (Mrs. E. B. Spear), 127 

Taylor, E. W. (Mrs. J. F. Russell, Jr.). 169 

Taylor, G. E. (Mrs. M. S. Slaughter). 72 

Taylor, H. M. A., 72 

Taylor, I., 169 

Taylor, L. R., 8 

Taylor, M., 72 

Taylor. M. S. (Mrs. C. A. Woods), 169 

Taylor, M. L. {Mrs. A. S. Mackensie), 72 

Taylor, M. M. W., 72 

Taylor, Margaret W., 195 

Taylor, Mary W., 169 

Taylor, Mrs. P. C. (Miller, E. L.), 55 

Taylor, R., 169 

Taylor, Jr., Mrs. R. V. (Sampson, A. R.), 

163 
Taylor, S. C., 195 

Taylor, Mrs. W. (Fuller, C. B.), 144 
Taylor, Mrs. W. R. (Kelley, K. M.), 47 
Tegtmeier, Mrs. A. K. (Turner. D. M.), 170 
Teller, F. E., 72 
Temple, M. E., 13 

Tennent, Mrs. D. H. (Maddux, E.), 155 
Tennent, G. R. (Mrs. S. O. Mast), 127 
Tenney, E. L. (Mrs. F. G. Cheney), 72 
Tenney, Mrs. H. (Elmer, E. N.), 142 
Terrell, Mrs. R. H. (Rannells, S. W.), 122 
Terrien, M. L., 127 
Terry, C. L. (Mrs. W. N. Ross), 72 
Tertois, Y., 127 

Test, Mrs. L. A. (Greene, I. A.), 109 
Tetlow, F. H., 127 
Tevis, J. A. (Mrs. E. B. Lane), 72 
Thacher, H. F., 72 

Thaekray, M. (Mrs. P. Van H. Weems), 169 
Thayer, A. C. (Mrs. M. K. Yoakam), 72 
Thayer, D. (Mrs. F. C. Noble), 169 
Thayer, E., 72 

Thayer, M. (Mrs. F. J. Sulloway), 72 
Theobald, O., 127 
Thiebaud, M., 121 

Thorn, Mrs. H. R. M. (Hopkins, H. R.), 43 
Thorn, Mrs. J. P. (Stirling, M. Y.). 167 
Thomas, A. H., 13 

Thomas, Mrs. A. H. (Willits, E. E.), 174 
Thomas, E. C. (Mrs. E. McGinley), 72 
Thomas, E. M., 169 
Thomas, H. W. (Mrs. S. Flexner), 72 
Thomas, Mrs. H. M. (Carey, J. G.). 137 
Thomas, Mrs. I. B. (Utley, E. M.). 170 
Thomas, J. D. (Mrs. Z. P. Bennett), 72 
Thomas, K. C. 195 
Thomas, L. M., 72 

Thomas, M. C. (Mrs. A. M. Carey), 73 
Thomas, M. G., 73 
Thomas, M. G. (Mrs. T. K. Worthington), 

169 
Thomas, M., 13 
Thompson, A. M., 169 



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263 



Thompson, Mrs. C. B. (Mudge, L. H.) 158 

Thompson, C. B., 169 

Thompson, C. de M., 13 

Thompson, C. R., 73 

Thompson, E. F., 128 

Thompson, E., 73 

Thompson, E. T. (Mrs. H. M. Remington), 

73 
Thompson, E. O., 73 
Thompson, F. D'A. (Mrs. R. J. Halliday), 

95 
Thompson, F. N., 169 
Thompson, G., 169 
Thompson, J., 169 
Thompson, L. (Mrs. F. M. Caldwell, 2nd), 

73 
Thompson, M., 73 
Thompson, M. La M., 73 
Thompson, M. L., 195 
Thompson, S. K., 169 

Thompson, Mrs. W. E. (Dodd, H. M.), 30 
Thomson, A. E., 169 
Thomson, H., 128 
Thomson, M. M., 73 
Thorndike, A., 195 _ 
Thome, L. II., 73 

Thome, Mrs. S. B. (Kemmerer, G.), 152 
Thornton, J., 73 

Thorpe, Mrs. W. P. (Converse, H. P.), 27 
Throop, S. E., 169 

Thurber, M. T. (Mrs. H. S. Dennison), 73 
Thurlow, S., 195 
Thurman, M. L., 195 

Thurston, B. S. (Mrs. De W. .Snyder), 128 
Thurston, M. G. (Mrs. R. T. Holt), 73 
Thwing, A. S. (Mrs. R. K. Hack), 73 
Tibbals, K. W., 95 
Tibbits, M. K., 128 

Tierney, Mrs. J. W. (Albertson, L. M.), 14 
Tiffany, Mrs. C. L. (Ely, K. B.), 32 
Tilley, L. L., 73 
Tilt, Mrs. J. E. (Bass, S.), 98 
Timpson, M. C, 73 
Tinges, A. (Mrs. J. W. Easter), 170 
Tinker, E. H., 73 

Tinker, R. (Mrs. D. P. Morse, Jr.), 73 
Titcomb, E., 195 

Tobin, Mrs. A. C. (Roche, H. M.), 163 
Tobin, E., 95, 182 

Tobin, Mrs. H. B. (Linburg, E. H.), 51 
Todd, A. H., 73 

Todd, Mrs. A. S. (Hopkins, N. L.), 149 
Todd, G., 95 

Todd. Mrs. L. (Leupp, C. D.), 50 
Todderud, Mrs. Ole (Brandon, R.), 8 
Todhunter, B. C. (Mrs. F. W. Ballard), 128 
Toll, Mrs. O. W. (Sampson, M. D'A.), 65 
Tomkins, M. J. K., 170 
Tomlinson, Mrs. D. A. (Lucas, L.), 52 



Tomlinson, J. (Mrs. J. H. McQ. Carter), 

170 
Tondel, Mrs. L. M. (Sweet, E.), 71 
Tongate, H. F. (Mrs. C. W. D. Chance), 128 
Tongue, M. Van A., 74 
Torbert, Mrs. J. R. (Townsend, E. P.), 170 
Torelle, E. (Mrs. L. B. Nagler), 95 
Torrey, M. M., 182 

Tostenson, H. (Mrs. H. S. Fawcett), 128 
Totten, E., 74 
Towle, E. W., 13 
Towle, M. R., 13 

Towle, S. I. (Mrs. I. C. Moller), 170 
Townes, A. C. (Mrs. H. H. Finch), 128 
Towns, R. F. (Mrs. J. C. Painter), 128 
Townsend, E. P. (Mrs. J. R. Torbert), 170 
Townsend, K. W., 195 
Tracy, M., 74 
Train, M. A., 195 
Trask, L. M. D., 170 
Traver, H., 8 

Travers, Mrs. S. M. (Akers, D. C), 96 
Treadwell, L. O. (Mrs. E. C. Carlton), 128 
Tredway, H. (Mrs. E. A. Graham), 13 
Tremain, E. R., 74 
Tremain, M. A., 128 
Tressel, G. H. (Mrs. H. M. Rider). 128 
Trewett, L. F., 95 
Trimble, H. B., 13 

Tripp, Mrs. R. C. (Wyman, F. J.), 175 
Tritipoe, V., 128 
Trotain, M. J., 182 
Trotter. G., 195 
Trout, E. W., 74 
Trowbridge, J., 170 
Trowbridge, K. (Mrs. G. Perkins), 170 
True, H. E., 128 
Trueman, M. E., 170 
Truitt, A. V. (Mrs. A. E. Nunes), 74 
Tscharner, L., 128 
Tsuda, U., 170 

Tubby, Jr., Mrs. J. T. (Peckham, M.), 59 
Tucker, M. E. R., 195 
Tudor, M. (Mrs. R. Gray), 170 
Tufts, H. L., 129 
Tull, A. W., 74 

Tull, L. (Mrs. J. H. Baker), 129 
Tunbridge, H. E., 74 
Turle, P., 74 

Turnbull, Mrs. B. (Jones, M. S.), 47 
Turner, A. B., 170 

Turner, Mrs. A. D. (Fleming. H. E.), 144 
Turner, B. M., 84, 182 
Turner, Mrs. B. (Savage, W. B.), 164 
Turner, D. M. (Tegtmeier, Mrs. A. K.), 170 
Turner, G., 74 

Turner, Mrs. P. N. (Sperry, M. F.), 167 
Turrish, V. C. (Mrs. M. Bunnell), 170 
Tussing, Mrs. R. M. (Carroll, M. J.), 102 



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Tuttle, M., 74 

Tuttle, R. A., 74 

Tyler, Mrs. A. M. (Wilkinson, L. E.), 78 

Tyler, E. J., 170 

Tyler, Mrs. G. T. (Coles, T. P.), 139 

Tyler, K. D., 195 

Tyler, Mrs. L. S. (Jaynes, A. D.), 46 

Tyler, M., 195 

Tyler, M. E., 195 

Tyler, M. G., 170 

Tyler, S. B., 74 

Tyson, E. B. (Mrs. H. F. Kidder), 170 

Tyson, H. E., 14 

Tyson, M. I., 170 

Uchida, F., 195 

Uchida, Viscountess Y. (Dogura, M.), 30 

Uhl, Mrs. E. L. (Albee, M. EL), 8 

Ullmann, M., 74 

Ulmer, E. E. (Mrs. L. W. Conrad), 170 

Underhill, M. R. (Mrs. P. C. Hall), 170 

Underbill, R. (Mrs. H. T. White), 170 

Unger, J. (Mrs. A. T. Kander), 95 

Unthank, R. A. (Mrs. E. B. Shrieves), 129 

Updegraff, Mrs. D. B. (Atherton, M. G.) 

16 
Upham, S. D. (Mrs. M. D. Robinson), 129 
Upperman, E. B. (Mrs. R. E. T. Binz), 170 
Urdahl, M. (Mrs. L. A. Anderson), 8 
Urie, Mrs. J. F. (Foulke, C. R.), 35 
Utley, C. M. (Mrs. G. E. Hill), 11 
Utley, E. M. (Mrs. I. B. Thomas), 170 

Vail, A. (Mrs. W. V. Holloway), 171 

Vail, C. W. (Mrs. H. S. Brooks), 74 

Vail, E. R., 74 

Vaille, H. W. (Mrs. F. E. Bouck), 171 

Vallely, E. (Mrs. G. C. O'Connell), 171 

Van Cleave, Mrs. B. (Vennum, M. D.), 75 

VanDeman, E. B., 95 

Van Dyke, N. D. (Mrs. G. H. Scribner), 171 

Van Dyne, Mrs. H. B. (Nearing, D.), 57 

Van Heukelom, Mrs. H. P. W. (Seligman, 

G.), 165 
Van Hise, A. R., 171 
Van Hise, M. J., 171 
Van Horn, A. E., 74 
Van Horn, E. E., 74 
Van Horn, O. O., 171 
Van Kirk, E. L., 74 
Van Kirk, S. F., 74 
Van Norden E. P., 171 
Van Raalte, F. (Mrs. P. H. Cohn), 171 
Van Reypen, A. L. (Baroness S. A. Korff), 

74 
Van Schaack, A. L., 75 
Van Wagenen, K. H. (Mrs. S. Bugge), 75 
Van Wagenen, M. L., 75 
Van Wagnen, Mrs. R. M. (Schummers, M. 

L.), 164 



Van Wagener, E. M., 129 

Van Wye, M., 129 

Vauclain, A., 171 

Vauclain, Mrs. J. L. (Elliot, M.), 32 

Vauclain, M. (Mrs. F. Abbott), 75 

Vauclain, Jr., Mrs. S. M. (Canan, M. H.), 

23 
Vaughan, A. C, 95 
Vernier, G. A., 171 

Vennum, M. D. (Mrs. B. Van Cleave), 75 
Vernon, E., 171 

Vick, E. P. (Mrs. R. Wallace), 75 
Vickers, F. C. (Mrs. F. A. McAllister), 14 
Vickers, L., 171 
Vickery, M., 171 

Vickery, R. P. (Mrs. B. B. Holmes), 171 
Victor, Mrs. E. C. (Southwick, K. M.), 166 
Vilas, M., 171 

Vincent, I. D. (Mrs. P. V. Harper), 75 
Vogel, F., 129 

Vollmer, G. (Mrs. J. Bonner), 171 
von Gerber, W. G. M., 75 
von Hofsten, F. L., 195 
Von Kienbusch, Mrs. C. O. (Pressingcr, 

M.), 61 
Von Maur, E. M., 171 
Von Ternes, Mrs. F. (Cable, M. L.), 137 
Voorhees, Mrs. D. (Denison, E.), 30 
Vorhees, M. A., 196 
Vorse, Mrs. A. O. (Yarnall, E.), 80 
Vorys, Mrs. W. I. (Werner, A. A.), 77, 182 
Vosburgh, I. M., 129 

Waddell, M. E. G., 95 

Waddington, M. E., 171 

Wade, C. L. W., 75 

Wade, G. B. (Mrs. E. D. Levering), 75 

Wade, R. A. (Mrs. W. L. Fitzsimmons), 75 

Wadleigh, Mrs. L. O. (Budd, H. M.), 101 

Wagner, A. de B. (Mrs. F. C. Dickey), 171 

Wagner, C. F., 75 

Wagner, E. O. (Mrs. D. G. Baird), 171 

Wagner, L. D., 171 

Wahl, M. L., 171 

Waite, Mrs. H. M. (Brown, M. M.), 136 

Wakefield, Mrs. W. J. (Cameron, M. W.), 

23 
Wakeman, Mrs. B. R. (Reynolds, S. S.), 

122 
Walbridge, Mrs. N. (Miller, J. S.), 157 
Walcott, Mrs. R. (Richardson, M. T.), 62 
Waldo, A. G., 75 

Waldron, H. S. (Mrs. C. G. Wells), 171 
Walker, A. M. (Mrs. J. A. Field), 75 
Walker, A. M., 75 
Walker, Esther, 75 
Walker, Ethel, 14 

Walker, E. H. (Mrs. C. McL. Andrews), 75 
Walker, Evelyn, 75 



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265 



Walker, H. W. (Mrs. J. P. Welling), 172 

Walker, H. E., 75 

Walker, Mrs. J. B. (Pelletier, H.), 160 

Walker, K., 196 

Walker, S. G. (Mrs. R. Y. FitzGerald) , 

75 
Walker, Mrs. T. J. (Miller, M. R.), 55 
Walker, Mrs. W. P. (Dudley, M.), 141 
Walker, Mrs. W. T. (Cuthbert, M.), 140 
Wallace, E. W. (Mrs. H. M. Loomis), 76 
Wallace, E. A. (Mrs. A. Moore), 76 
Wallace, L. G., 172 

Wallace, M. N. (Mrs. R. H. Nichols), 76 
Wallace, Mrs. R. (Vick, E.), 75 
Wallace, Mrs. T. (French, A. G.), 35 
Wallace, Mrs. W. (Hume, M.), 150 
Waller, M. K., 76 
Waller, R. L., 172 
Wallerstein, R. C., 76 
Wallower, Mrs. E. Z. (Calder, H. R.), 137 
Walsh, Mrs. J. H. (McBride, J. C), 53 
Walsh, Mrs. T. (Wright, M. A.), SO 
Walter, D., 196 

Walter, M. F. (Mrs. H. L. Goodhart), 76 
Walters, A. B. (Mrs. H. E. Guillou), 76 
Walton, A. G., 76 
Walton, C. E., 172 

Walton, C. A. (Mrs. J. Blodgett), 129 
Walton, D. W., 196 
Walton, E. T. (Mrs. R. H. Smith), 172 
Walton, L. S. (Mrs. R. T. Fox), 172 
Walton, M. W., 172 
Wangerien, S. S. (Mrs. E. C. Montgomery), 

129 
Waples, Jr., Mrs. R. (Howson, A.), 44 
Warburg, B., 196 
Ward, D. de F., 172 
Ward, J. S., 76 
Ward, K. L., 196 
Ward, L. L., 196 
Ward, M. E., 76 

Wardell, B. L. (Mrs. M. L. Hanley), 129 
Warder, A. J., 196 
Wardwell, A. D. (Mrs. H. Otis), 172 
Ward well, F., 172 

Ware, C. C. (Mrs. H. B. Goodrich), 76 
Ware, Mrs. H. M. (Smith, C.), 68 
Waring, Mrs. E. H. (Peckham, L.), 59 
Warkentin, E. W. (Mrs. M. L. Alden), 172 
Warner, A. H. (Mrs. H. R. Aiken), 76 
Warner, A., 196 
Warner, C. U., 172 

Warner, Mrs. J. E. (Railsback, M. B.), 122 
Warner, M., 76 

Warner, M. D. (Mrs. D. P. Smith), 172 
Warner, Mrs. R. L. (Pearson, A. R.), 160 
Warren, A. L., 129 

Warren, Mrs. H. E. (Moore, R. B.), 1.58 
Warren, Mrs. J. (Williams, C. M.), 78 



Warren, L. B., 172 

Warren, M., 196 

Warren, M. E., 76 

Warren, M. P. (Mrs. S. B. Steel), 172 

Warren, Mrs. R. (Goodale, C. W.), 37 

Warren, W. (Mrs. G. A. Wilson), 8 

Warrin, M. de R. (Mrs. H. McC. Branham), 

172 
Washburn, Eleanor P. (Mrs. C. F. Emery), 

172 
Washburn, Elizabeth P., 76 
Washburn, M. (Mrs. H. O. Hunt), 76 
Washburn, S., 196 
Waterbury, A. F., 76 
Waters, Jr., Mrs. A. (Collins, P.), 26 
Waters, Mrs. E. A. (White, M.), 173 
Watkin, Mrs. R. N. (Cockrell, J. E.), 26 
Watkins, Mrs. A. D. (Day, D.), 29 
Watkins, Mrs. B. F. (Chenault, S. S.), 138 
Watkins, E. M. (Mrs. J. M. Reeves), 172 
Watriss, M„ 172 
Watson, A. E. (Mrs. F. D. Watson), 129, 

182 
Watson, Mrs. C. B. (Smith, L. E.), 166 
Watson, Mrs. F. D. (Watson, A. E.), 129 
Watson, F. M. (Mrs. G. Bell), 129 
Watson, Mrs. G. (Atkinson, M. J.), 16 
Watson, G. E., 172 
Watson, L., 76 
Watson, M., 172 

Wattson, F. T. (Mrs. M. S. Hay), 76 
Wayman, Mrs. C. S. (Godfrey, D.), 14-5 
Wayne, F. C. (Mrs. H. J. Barr), 76 
Weadley, L. B., 172 
Weaver, B. (Mrs. A. Reese), 76 
Weaver, B. M., 196 
Weaver, Mrs. B. P. (Porter, L. A.), 60 
Weaver, E. W. N. (Mrs. W. MacLeod), 77 
Weaver, M. E., 172 

Weaver, Mrs. W. G. (Sanborne, S. M.), 65 
Webb, C., 77 
Webb, E., 173 

Webb, Mrs. W. T. (Murtha. M. W.), 119 
Webster, Mrs. J. E. (Steenberg, B.), 126 
Webster, M. W., 77 
Webster, Mrs. R. (Fabian, E. S.), 33 
Weeks, E. A., 96 
Weems, Mrs. P. Van H. (Thackray, M.), 

169 
Wehle, F. B. (Mrs. K. H. de Haas), 173 
Weidensall, C. J., 129 
Weil, M., 77 

Weill, Mrs. A. S. (Young, L. S.), 176 
Weimer, Jr., Mrs. W. H. (Ford, G. M.). 144 
Weisenburg, Mrs. A. (Mills, H. E.), 157 
Weist, H. H., 173 

Weist, Mrs. H. H. (Cilley, A. L.), 25 
Weld, E. M., 173 
Weld, J., 130 



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Weldin, G. T., 173 

Welles, A. (Mrs. J. W. Brown), 77 

Welles, C, 77 

Welling, Mrs. J. P. (Walker, H. W.), 172 

Wells, A. E., 173 

Wells, A. M., 173 

Wells, Mrs. C. G. (Waldron, H. S.), 171 

Wells, D. J., 196 

Wells, E., 173 

Wells, Mrs. F. L. (Smart, F. G.), 125 

Wells, R., 77 

Welsh, F. M. (Mrs. G. A. Douglass), 173 

Wergeland, A. M., 96 

Werner, A. A. (Mrs. W. I. Vorys), 77, 82 

Wertheim von Heukelom, Mrs. H. P. (Selig- 

man, G.), 288 
Wesner, M. B., 77 
Wesson, C. M., 14 

West, A. E. (Mrs. W. N. L. West), 173 
West, E., 196 

Westcott, Mrs. J. H. (Sampson, E. F.), 13 
Westheimer, C, 173 
Westling, C. L., 77 
Westling, C. H., 77 
Weston, A., 196 
Weston, D. V., 14 
Weston, F. S., 173 

Westwood, E. A. (Mrs. J. W. Lewis), 130 
Wetherill, E. (Mrs. F. M. Ives), 77 
Wetmore, Mrs. D. S. (Satterlee, M.), 163 
Weusthoff, A. S. (Mrs. J. A. Mosher), 84 
Weygandt, S. (Mrs. J. McA. Harris), 77 
Wheeler, A. M., 173 

Wheeler, Mrs. A. L. (Wheeler, M. L.), 173 
Wheeler, E. F., 130 

Wheeler, Mrs. F. H. (Moore, E. B.), 158 
Wheeler, Mrs. H. H. (Neergaard, E. L.), 

159 
Wheeler, R. W., 196 
Wheeler, Mrs. W. S. (Kilner, M.), 152 
Wheeler, W. F., 173 

Wherry, Mrs. J. F. (Brown, E. F.), 135 
Whitall, M. C, 173 
Whitall, M. M., 173 
Whitcomb, H., 77 
White, Mrs. A. C. (Peck, L. L.), 59 
White, Alice E. (Mrs. E. C. Mendenhall), 

130 
White, Amelia E., 77 
White, A. L. (Mrs. P. C. Harper), 77 
White, C. E., 130 

White, Mrs. D. (Hackney, H. C), 109 
White, D. B. (Mrs. B. F. Babb), 130 
White, E. V. (Mrs. H. H. Mitchell), 77 
White, E. M., 77 
White, E. G. (Mrs. R. Kah), 173 
White, F. D., 8 

White, Mrs. H. T. (Underhill, R.), 170 
White, H. B. C., 130 



White, Mrs. H. E. (Howard, H. A.), 112 

White, Mrs. I. L. (Baldwin, G. P.), 133 

White, J., 182 

White, J. S., 130 

White, L. F., 77 

White, L. J., 173 

White, M. (Mrs. E. A. Waters), 173 

White, M. R., 77 

White, M. E. (Mrs. C. O. Miller, Jr.), 78 

White, Mrs. P. H. (Malott, D. P.), 155 

White, Mrs. W. L. (Quimby, A. R.), 161 

Whitehead, A. M. (Mrs. E. H. Grafton), 

78 
Whitelaw, H. C. (Mrs. B. Nields, Jr.), 78 
Whitfield, A., 130 

Whiting, A. M. (Mrs. P. H. Wynne), 78 
Whiting, E., 78 

Whitman, Mrs. J. P. (Wood, E. D.), 130 
Whitman, Mrs. R. B. (Curtis, M.), 140 
Whitney, A. L., 78 

Whitney, Mrs. A. E. (Craig, F. C), 140 
Whitney, 3rd, E. F. (Mrs. A. L. Briggs), 173 
Whitney, R. B. (Mrs. H. Lyman), 173 
Whittemore, A., 78 
Whittier, A. A. S., 196 
Whittier, I. M. S., 196 
Whittington, Mrs. W. M. (Aven, A. W.), 

84 
Whittredge, E., 173 
Wieand, H. E. (Mrs. S. V. Cole), 130 
Wiener, E., 173 
Wiesman, M. I., 196 
Wigg, H. E., 130 

Wiggin, Mrs. L. M. (Brooks, H. B.), 135 
Wight, D. T., 173 
Wight, E., 173 

Wilbur, Mrs. B. K. (Dean, A. E.), 141 
Wilbur, C. C. (Mrs. J. F. McKeehan), 78 
Wilbur, F. L. (Mrs. L. B. Wyckoff), 78 
Wilcox, C. H. G., 78 

Wilcox, Mrs. W. W. (Lawall, M. L.), 153 
Wilder, L. (Mrs. L. Simpson), 174 
Wilder, Mrs. L. R. (Patten, A.), 160 
Wildman, A. S., 78 
Wildman, E. E., 130 
Wildman, M. K. (Mrs. P. W. McLaughlin), 

78 
Wiles, Mrs. T. L. (Fauvre, M. M.), 33 
Wiles, Mrs. T. L. (Kellen, R.), 151 
Wiley, Mrs. M. (Seymour, H.), 165 
Wilkie, H. I., 182 

Wilkinson, A. L. (Mrs. J. Head), 96 
Wilkinson, L. E. (Mrs. A. M. Tyler), 78 
Willard, Mrs. A. D. (Stoner, M. E.), 70 
Willard, M. L. (Mrs. H. H. Newell), 174 
Willard, M. McC, 14 
Willcox, M., 8 
Willcox, M. F., 196 
Willcox, Mrs. W. (Jenkins, E. L.), 151 



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267 



Willets, K. T. {.Mrs. A. A. Gardner), 78 

Willett, J. L. (Mrs. J. Badiati-Zonca) , 174 

Willett, M. W., 78 

Williams, A. A., 174 

Williams, C. M. (Mrs. J. Warren), 78 

Williams, E., 196 

Williams, E. (1922), 196 

Williams, E. (Mrs. R. E. Apthorp), 78 

Williams, E. C, 96 

Williams, H. E. (Mrs. J. Woodall), 78 

Williams, Mrs. H. S. (Garrett, M. R.), 145 

Williams, K., 78 

Williams, K. D. (Mrs. W. C. Hodgdon), 78 

Williams, K. E., 78 

Williams, M. A. (Mrs. J. H. Sherman), 78 

Williams, M. S. (Mrs. R. E. Gilman), 78 

Williams, M. T., 79 

Williams, S. W., 174 

Williams, Mrs. S. B. (Depew, C. E.), 141 

Williams, T. G., 196 

Williams, Mrs. W. D. (Roberts, L. E.), 12 

Williamson, B. T. (Mrs. C. C. Williamson), 
130 

Williamson, L., 187 

Williamson, M. P., 174 

Willis, G. B., 8 

Willits, E. E. (Mrs. A. H. Thomas), 174 

Willits, V. W. (Mrs. N. G. Burton), 174 

Willson, Mrs. E. R. (Freer, E.), 35 

Wilson, C. V. (Mrs. L. C. Daniels), 174 

Wilson, Edith S., 79 

Wilson, Mrs. E. B. (Kidder, A. M.), 48 

Wilson, E. D., 79 

Wilson, Eleanora S., 174 

Wilson, F. L. (Mrs. R. L. Colton), 174 

Wilson, G., 174 

Wilson, Mrs. G. A. (Warren, W.), 8 

Wilson, Helen Adams, 79 

Wilson, Helen Anderson (Mrs. C. Cresson, 
Jr.), 174 

Wilson, H. M., 79 

Wilson, L., 196 

Wilson, L. G. (Mrs. O. J. Coffin), 130 

Wilson, M. A., 174 

Wilson, M. B., 79 

Wilson, Mrs. R. J. (Northway, M. I.), 92 

Winchester, E. L. (Mrs. J. E. Montgom- 
ery), 174 

Windle, L. B., 79, 182 

Wines, E. S., 14 

Winfrey, Mrs. G. H. L. (Runyon, H. B.), 
163 

Wing, Mrs. A. S. (Nicholson, E. R.), 159 

Wing, M. R., 174 

Winship, Mrs. H. (Wood, F.), 175 

Winslow, E. A., 174 

Winslow, Mrs. E. C. (Davis, M.), 104 

Winslow, P. C., 79 

Winsor, E. W. (Mrs. H. G. Pearson), 79 



Winsor, M., 174 

Winsor, 2nd, M. P., 174 

Winston, M. F. (Mrs. H. B. Newson), 96 

Winter, A. M., 79 

Winterbotham, G. F. (Mrs. F. R. Mowrer), 

174 
Wischan, P. (Mrs. W. C. Schwebel), 174 
Witherbee, F. S. (Mrs. H. Kobbe), 174 
Witherspoon, Mrs. C. R. (Miles, R. H.), 55 
Witherspoon, F. M., 79 
Witherspoon, P., 174 
Withington, M. C., 79 
Woerishoffer, C, 79 
Wolcott, L., 17.5 
Wolf, B. (Mrs. I. Kohn), 175 
Wolf, E. P., 175 
Wolf, H. L., 175 

Wolf, Mrs. J. S. (Fleisher, M. W.), 34 
Wolf, Mrs. L. (Leopold, F. S.), 50 
Wolf, M. V., 175 
Wolf, Mrs. R. L. (Page, A.), 160 
Wolff, D. S. (Mrs. P. H. Douglas), 79 
Wolff, H. G., 175 
Wolff, M. P., 130, 182 
Wolstenholme, Mrs. H. (Cox, C. B.), 27 
Wood, A. P. (Mrs. David Rupp, 3rd), 79 
Wood, Mrs. A. E. (Bishop, J. L.), 134 
Wood, B. G., 79 
Wood, E. Dennistoun (Mrs. J. C. Hoppin), 

79 
Wood, E. Densmore (Mrs. J. P. Whitman), 

130 
Wood, F. (Mrs. H. Winship), 175 
Wood, I., 8 
Wood, L. H., 196 

Wood, M. (Mrs. J. H. Chesnutt), 79 
Wood, M. (Mrs. T. W. Ayres), 79 
Wood, M. W. (Mrs. Margaret Wells Wood), 

182 
Wood, Mrs. R. D. (Schram, H. S.), 66 
Wood, R. B. I. (Mrs. P. De Wolf), 79 
Wood, Mrs. W. S. (Longstreth, E. M.), 

51 
Woodall, Mrs. J. (Williams, H. E.), 78 
Woodbridge, Mrs. D. E. (McFarland, H. 

J.), 54 
Woodbury, E. G., 196 
Woodbury, M., 96, 182 
Woodelton, G. A., 80 
Woodin, M. L. (Mrs. C. Miner), 175 
Woodruff, A. H., 196 
Woodruff, C. L. (Mrs. R. A. Hull), 80 
Woodruff, L. T. (Mrs. F. J. Stokes), 80 
Woodruff, R. J., 196 
Woods, Mrs. A. H. (Sinclair, F. S.), 68 
Woods, Mrs. C. A. (Taylor, M. S.), 169 
Woods, H. (Mrs. M. Hunt), 175 
Woodward, Mrs. H. A. (Schiedt, H. L.). 66 
Woodward, K. F., 197 



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Woodward, M. H. (Mrs. R. S. Woodward, 

Jr.), 130 
Wooldridge, G. La P. (Mrs. E. P. Dewes), 

80 
Woolman, Mrs. H. N. (Boude, M. S. C), 

134 
Woolsey, Mrs. W. C. (Heike, L. 0.), 148 
Worcester, C. R., 175 
Worcester, W. K., 197 
Worch, M., 80 

Workman, A. C. (Mrs. R. M. Stinson), 80 
Worley, M. C, 80 

Worth, F. G. (Mrs. R. B. John), 131 
Worthington, Mrs. J. K. (Spencer, M. W.), 

69 
Worthington, L., 80 
Worthington, M. D. W., 80 
Worthington, Mrs. T. K. (Thomas, M. G.), 

169 
Worthington, Mrs. U. (Colton, C. B.), 139 
Wortman, H., 175 
Wray, E. A., 131 

Wray, E. S. (Mrs. C. C. Holliday), 80 
Wright, Mrs. C. F. (Ames, M.), 132 
Wright, E. B., 80 
Wright, E., 175 

Wright, E. (Mrs. A. Claassen, Jr.), 175 
Wright, E. C., 131 
Wright, Mrs. H. C. (Blose, C.), 19 
.Wright, Mrs. J. B. (Southerland, H. R.), 

166 
Wright, J. G., 197 

Wright, Mrs. J. E. (France, W. C.), 87 
Wright, J. C., 197 
Wright, J. S., 175 
Wright, L. M., 80 
Wright, M. C., 80 
Wright, M. A. (Mrs. T. Walsh), 80 
Wright, M. L. (Mrs. R. L. Messimer), 80 
Wright, Mrs. V. A. (Clarke, G. T.), 138 
Wright, Mrs. W. Van D. (Stephens, L. B.), 

167 
Wuppermann, Z. G. (Mrs. C. N. Cook), 175 
Wurlitzer, V. H., 197 
Wyatt, E. F., 175 
Wyche, Mrs. R. T. (Ambrister, M.), 97 



Wyckoff, D., 197 

Wyckoff, L., 197 

Wyckoff, Mrs. L. B. (Wilbur, F. L.), 78 

Wye, T. E., 75 

Wyeth, H. E. (Mrs. J. O. Peirce), 80 

Wyman, F. J. (Mrs. R. C. Tripp), 175 

Wynne, Mrs. P. H. (Whiting, A. M.), 78 

Yandell, Mrs. L. P. (Hosford, E. S.), 149 

Yardley, A. H. (Mrs. C. G. Prettyman), 175 

Yardley, C. M. (Mrs. E. Pulsford), 175 

Yardley, V. G., 175 

Yarnall, E. (Mrs. A. O. Vorse), 80 

Yarnelle, Mrs. W. P. (Porter, C. P.), 60 

Yates, C. B., 131 

Yates, F. (Mrs. W. R. Bross, Jr.), 131 

Yeatman, J. B., 197 

Yeatts, M. D. (Mrs. C. H. Howson), 175 

Yeazell, Mrs. H. A. (Campbell, C. S.), 23 

Yntema, C. E., 182 

Yoakam, Mrs. M. K. (Thayer, A. C), 72 

Yost, M. J., 80 

Young, Mrs. A. (Murdock, C. S.), 119 

Young, A. W., 175 

Young, L., 96 

Young, L. S. (Mrs. A. S. Weill), 176 

Young, M., 80 

Young, R., 80 

Yow, Mrs. J. du B. (Shadburn, L.), 165 

Zabriskie, Z. J. (Mrs. F. H. Buck, Jr.), 176 

Zalinski, Mrs. E. R. (de Schweinitz, A.), 9 

Zebley, H. M., 80 

Zeckwer, I. T., 80 

Ziegler, H. F., 175 

Ziesing, G. L. (Mrs. H. L. Stout), 176 

Zilker, B. B., 197 

Zillefrow, K., 131 

Zimmerman, Mrs. E. W. (Hoff, M.), 42 

Zimmerman, II . B., 80 

Zimmerman, Mrs. J. F. (Horine, A. M.), 

Ill 
Zimmerman, S. A., 176 
Zinno, Mrs. D. (Fink, H.), 143 
Zinsser, H. M. M., 197 
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STATISTICS OF BACHELORS OF ARTS OF BRYN MAWR 

COLLEGE. 

IV. Occupations* of Husbands of Married Alumnae. 



Projessions. 

Lawyers (1 Judge) 50 

Engineers (Civil 8, Mechanical 7, Mining 4, 
Architectural 4, Electrical 4, Chemical 3, 
Consulting 2, Shipbuilding 1, Automobile 
1, Technical 1, Sanitary 1, Teaching 1, 

not stated 10 47 

Professors 40 

Physicians and Surgeons 37 

Teachers in Schools 22 

Clergymen 18 

Architects (3 Landscape) 16 

Social Workers 7 

Artists 5 

Editors 5 

Chemists. 4 

Metallurgists 4 

Missionaries 4 

Dentist 2 

Musicians 2 

Sculptors 2 

Criminalogist 

Diplomatist 

Explorer 

Foreign War Delegate 

Geologist 

Librarian 

Prefect of College 

Opera Singer 

Research Worker 

Scientist 

Statistician _. 

~276 

Serving in Army 105 

Serving in Navy 12 

393 



Business and Commerce: 

Manufacturers 39 

Merchants (Wholesale 27, Retail 5) 32 

Officials and Managers of Companies, in- 
cluding railroads 27 

Bankers 19 

Farmers 15 

Insurance 10 

Stock and Bond Brokers 10 

Advertising 7 

Secretaries 2, Government clerks 3 5 

Computers and Accountants 4 

Publishers 4 

Real Estate 4 

Journalists 3 

Lumbermen 3 

Capitalist 2 

Coal Operators 2 

Contractors and Builders 2 

Fruit Growers 2 



City Officials. 

Cotton Planter 

Efficiency Expert 

Land Owner 

Moving Picture Owner . 

Oyster Planter 

Rose Grower 

Ship Builder 

Surveyor 

Trustee 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

200 

No occupation 3 

Not stated 27 

Dead 14 



Total. 



.637 



Those serving in the Army and Navy had formerly the following 



occupations : 

Lawyers 12 

Physicians 12 

Engineers 6 

Foreign Armies 5 

Bankers 4 

Merchants 4 

Chemists 2 

Managers of Companies .... 2 



Manufacturers 2 

Professors 2 



Architect. 

Fruit grower 

Publicist 

Publisher 

Purchasing Agent . 
Railroad Official . . 



Real estate 1 

Social Worker 1 

Student 1 

In the Army or Navy or 

not stated 57 

117 



UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AND HEARERS WHO LEFT 
WITHOUT TAKING A DEGREE. 



Number of years in College. 


Under- 
graduates. 


Hearers. 


Total. 


Per cent. 


One-half 


14 

378 

22 

366 

15 

130 

9 

56 

5 

6 


7 
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1 
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1 
4 
1 
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429 

23 
380 

16 
134 

10 

60 
5 
7 


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39.6 


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2.1 


Two 


35.0 


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1.5 


Three 


12.4 


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0.9 


Four 


5.5 


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0.5 


Five 


0.7 






Total 


1,001 


84 


1,085 


100 



*The occupations are given to date as far as known 



Statistics 279 

SUMMARY OF FORMER STUDENTS TO JANUARY 1, 1919 

Doctors of Philosophy of Bryn Mawr College, 84 

Masters of Arts of Bryn Mawr College, 141 

Bachelors of Arts of Bryn Mawr College, 1621 

Total number of degrees conferred, 1846 

Duplicates in the above list: 

Bachelors of Arts who are also Doctors of Philosophy 11 

Bachelors of Arts who are also Doctors of Philosophy and 

Masters of Arts 14 

Bachelors of Arts who are also Masters of Arts, 141 

166 

Total number of Alumnae, 1680 

Former European Fellows, 82 

Former Resident Fellows, 271 

353 

Resident Fellows who also held European Fellowships, 55 

Total number of former Fellows, 299 

Former Graduate Students including Alumna? and Fellows,.. 985 

1339 

Duplicates in the above list: 

Former European Fellows who are also Alumnae, 60 

Former Resident Fellows who are also Alumnae, 92 

Former Resident Fellows not Alumnae who are also European 

Fellows, 17 

Former Graduate Students who are also Alumnae, 322 

Former Graduate Students not Alumnae who are also Fellows, 64 

Total number of duplicates, 555 

Total number of Fellows and Graduate Students 

not Alumnae (excluding duplicates), 784 

Former Undergraduate Students and Hearers who left with- 
out taking a degree : 

After one year, 450 

After two years, 403 

After three years, 150 

After four years, 70 

After five years, 12 

Total number of former undergraduates, 1085 

Total number of former students excluding dupli- 
cates, 3549 

Present Resident Graduate Students and Fellows, 85 

Present Resident Undergraduate Students, 383 

Total present students, 468 

Former Fellows, Graduate Students, and Alumnae 

now Graduate Students, 38 

430 

Total number of former and present students ex- 
cluding duplicates, 3979 



Bryn Mawr College 



CALENDAR 



GRADUATE COURSES 



1919 




Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 

Published by Bryn Mawr College 

March, 1919. 



Volume XII. Part 2. 



Bryn Mawr College 



CALENDAR 



GRADUATE COURSES 



1919 



Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 

Published by Bryn Mawr College. 

Vol. XII. Part 2. March, 1919. 



Entered as second-class matter, March 23rd, 1S08, 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 

1919 

Part 1. Register of Alumnae and Former Students. 

Part 2. Graduate Courses. 

Part 3. Undergraduate and Graduate Courses. 

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



BRYN MAWR COLLEGE. 



College Calendar. 



1919. 




1920. 


1921. 


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JULY 


JANUARY 


JULY 


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4 


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6 


7 


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10 


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6 


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9 


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18 


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16 


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26 


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27 


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September 22nd. 
September 29th. 

September 30th. 

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October 11th. 

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October 23rd. 
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Academic Year, 1919-20. 

Matriculation examinations begin. 

Registration of students. Halls of Residence open for 

students at three p. m. 
Registration of students. 
Matriculation examinations end. 
The work of the thirty-fifth academic year begins at 

a quarter to nine o'clock. 
Examinations for advanced standing begin. 
Language examinations for all undergraduates. 
Senior examination in French. 
Language examinations for Juniors. 
Senior examination in German. 
Examinations for advanced standing end. 
Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

begin. 
Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

end. 
Thanksgiving vacation begins at one o'clock. 
Thanksgiving vacation ends at nine o'clock. 
Senior examination in French. 
Senior examination in German. 
Christmas vacation begins at one o'clock. 
Christmas vacation ends at nine o'clock. 
Matriculation examinations begin. 
Matriculation examinations end. 
Half-yearly collegiate examinations begin. 
Collegiate examinations end. 
Annual meeting of the Alumna; Association. 
Vacation. 
Vacation. 
The work of the second semester begins at a quarter 

to nine o'clock. 
Examinations for advanced standing begin. 
Examinations for advanced standing end. 
Senior examination in French. 
Mid-semester examination in matriculation Greek. 
Announcement of European Fellowships. 
Senior examination in German. 
Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

begin. 
Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

end. 
Easter vacation begins at one o'clock, 
Easter vacation ends at nine o'clock. 
Senior examinations in French and German, 
Vacation, 



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May 26th. 
May 29th. 
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January 29th. 

January 31st. 

February 1st. 
February 2nd. 

February 3rd. 
February 24th. 
March 12th. 
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Matriculation examinations begin. 
Collegiate examinations end. 
Matriculation examinations end. 
Conferring of degrees and close 
demic year. 



of thirty-fifth aca- 



Academic Year, 1920-21. 

Matriculation examinations begin. 

Registration of students. Halls of Residence open for 

'students at three p. m. 
Registration of students. 
Matriculation examinations end. 
The work of the thirty-sixth academic year begins at 

a quarter to nine o'clock. 
Examinations for advanced standing begin. 
Language examinations for all undergraduates. 
Senior examination in French. 
Language examinations for Juniors. 
Senior examination in German. 
Examinations for advanced standing end. 
Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

begin. 
Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

end. 
Thanksgiving vacation begins at one o'clock. 
Thanksgiving vacation ends at nine o'clock. 
Senior examination in French. 
Senior examination in German. 
Christmas vacation begins at one o'clock. 
Christmas vacation ends at nine o'clock. 
Matriculation examinations begin. 
Matriculation examinations end. 
Half-yearly collegiate examinations begin. 
Collegiate examinations end. 
Annual meeting of the Alumnse Association. 
Vacation. 
Vacation. 
The work of the second semester begins at a quarter 

to nine o'clock. 
Examinations for advanced standing begin. 
Examinations for advanced standing end. 
Senior examination in French. 
Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 

begin. 
Mid-semester examination in matriculation Greek. 
Announcement of European Fellowships. 



March 19th. Senior examination in German. 

March 22nd. Collegiate and matriculation condition examinations 
end. 

March 23rd. Easter vacation begins at one o'clock. 

March 31st. Easter vacation ends at nine o'clock. 

May 7th. Senior examinations in French and German. 

May 17th. Vacation. 

May 18th. Collegiate examinations begin. 

May 25th. Matriculation examinations begin. 

May 28th. Collegiate examinations end. 

June 1st. Matriculation examinations end. 

June 2nd. Conferring of degrees and close of thirty-sixth aca- 
demic year. 



September 26th. 
October 3rd. 

October 4th. 

October 5th. 



Academic Year, 1921-22. 

Matriculation examinations begin. 

Registration of students. Halls of Residence open 

for students at three p. m. 
Registration of students. 
Matriculation examinations end. 
The work of the thirty-seventh academic year begins 

at a quarter to nine o'clock. 



Officers of Administration. 
Academic Year, 1918-19. 

President, 

M. Carey Thomas, Ph.D., LL.D., L.H.D. 

Office: Taylor Hall. 

Dean of the College, 

Helen Herron Taft, A.M. 
Office: Taylor Hall. 

Recording Dean and Assistant to the President, 

Isabel Maddison, B.Sc, Ph.D. 
Office: Taylor Hall. 

Secretary and Registrar of the College, 
Edith Orlady, A.B. Office: Taylor Hall. 

Assistant to the Secretary and Registrar of the College, 
Marian Clementine Kleps, A.B. Office: Taylor Hall. 

Wardens of the Halls of Residence, 
Martha Gibbons Thomas, A.B., Pembroke Hall. 
Alice Martin Hawkins, A.B., Merion Hall. 
Letitia Butler Windle, A.B., Radnor Hall. 
Adeline Werner Vorys, A.B., Rockefeller Hall. 
Katharine Walker McGipfert, A.B., Denbigh Hall. 

Comptroller, 
Sandy Lee Hurst. Office: Taylor Hall. 

Business Manager, 
Louise Watson, A.B. Office: Taylor Hall. 

Assistant Business Manager, 
Ruth Ellen Lautz, A.B. Office: Taylor Hall. 

Junior Bursar, 
Harriet Jean Crawford, A.B. Office: Cartref. 

Librarian, 
Lois Antoinette Reed, A.B., B.L.S. Office: The Library. 

Director of Athletics and Gymnastics and Supervisor of Health Department, 
Constance M. K. Applebee. Office: The Gymnasium. 

Physician-in-Chief, 

Thomas F. Branson, M.D. Office hours, 8.30 to 9.30 and 2 to 3 daily, 

Rosemont, Pa. 

Assistant Resident Physician, 

Marion Hague Rea, M.D., 1905 Infirmary, Bryn Mawr; Office hours, 

The Infirmary, Bryn Mawr College, 8 to 8.30 a. m., 4 to 5.30 p. m., 

daily except Saturday and Sunday. 

Examining Oculist, 

Helen Murphy, M.D. Office hours, 2 to 4 daily, 1408 Spruce Street, 

Philadelphia. 



Academic Appointments. 

Academic Year, 1918-19. 

M. Carey Thomas, Ph.D., LL.D., L.H.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. Student in the Sorbonne 
and College de France, 1883; Dean of the Faculty of Bryn Mawr College and Professor 
of English, 1885-94. 

Helen Herron Taft, A.M., Dean of the College. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915; A.M., Yale University, 1916. Graduate Student, Yale 
University, 1915-17. 

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, Dublin, 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 Fellow in 
Mathematics, 1893-94; Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship and 
Student in Mathematics, University of Gottingen, 1894-95. 

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., LL.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; Harvard 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. 

Wilmer Cave Wright, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Greek. 

Shrewsbury, England. Girton College, University of Cambridge, England, 1888-92; 
Graduate in Honours. Cambridge Classical 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 in Greek, 1894-95; Reader in Greek and Latin, University 
of Chicago, 1895-96. 

James H. Leuba, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology. 

Neuchatel, Switzerland. B.S., University of Neuchatel, 1886; Ph.D., Ursinus College, 
1888; Scholar in Psychology, Clark University, 1892-94; 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., Alumnce Professor of Latin. 

A.B., Yale University, 1893; Scholar and Student in Classics, Yale College, 1893-96; 
Ph.D., Yale University, 1896. Instructor and Tutor in Latin, Yale College, 1894-1900. 

* Granted leave of absence for the year 1917-18. 

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Henry Nevill Sanders, Ph.D., Alumnae, Professor of Greek. 

Edinburgh, Scotland. A.B., Trinity University, Toronto, 1894, and A.M., 1897; Ph.D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1903. Fellow in Greek, Johns Hopkins University, 1897-98; 
Lecturer in Greek, McGill University, 1900-02. 

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, f 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., Mary E. Garrett Memorial 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 Literature. 

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 Modern 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 ^Esthetics, 1904. 

Tenney Frank, Ph.D., Professor of Latin. 

A.B., University of Kansas, 1898, and A.M., 1899; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1903. 
Fellow, University of Chicago, 1899-1901; Assistant and Associate in Latin, University 
of Chicago, 1901-04; Visiting Professor, American Academy in Rome, 1916-17. 

David Hilt Tennent, Ph.D., Professor of Biology. 

S.B., Olivet College, 1900; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1904. Fellow, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1902-04; Bruce Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, 1904. 

James Barnes, Ph.D., 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. 

Theodore de Leo de Laguna, 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, 1901-04; Honorary 
Fellow and Assistant in Philosophy, Cornell University, 1904-05; Assistant Professor 
of the Philosophy of Education, U niversity of Michigan, 1905-07. 

Marion Parris Smith,! Ph.D., 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., 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. 

Grace Mead Andrus de Laguna, Ph.D., Associate Professor of 
Philosophy. 

A.B., Cornell University, 1903, and Ph.D., 1906. Sage Scholar in Philosophy, Cornell 
University, 1903-05; Alice Freeman Palmer Fellow of Wellesley College, 1905-06; 
Reader in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-08. 

* Granted leave of absence for the year 1918-19. 
f Granted leave of absence for the year 1919-20. 



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Regina Katharine Crandall, Ph.D., Margaret Kingsland Haskell Pro- 
fessor of English Composition. 

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 History, Wellesley College, 1899-1900. 

Edith Orlady, A.B., Secretary and Registrar of the College. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1902. Warden of Pembroke Hall West, 1903-05, and Warden 
of Rockefeller Hall, 1905-06; Graduate Student, University of Grenoble, 1906-07, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1903-06, 1907-09; Recording Secretary and Appointment Secretary, 
1910-12. 

Roger Frederic Brtjnel, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry. 

A.B., Colby University, 1903; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1906. Lecture Assistant 
in Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University, 1906-07; Instructor in Chemistry, Syracuse 
University, 1907-10, and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 1910-12. 

Matilde Castro, Ph.D., Phebe Anna Thome Professor of Education 
and Director of the Phebe Anna Thome Model School. 

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 High School, Morris, 111., 
1901-03; Instructor in Philosophy, Mount Holyoke College, 1904-05; Instructor in 
Philosophy, Vassar College, 1906-09; Professor and Head of the Department of 
Philosophy, Rockford College, 1910-12. 

Gertrude Rand, Ph.D., Associate in Experimental and Applied 
Psychology. 

A.B., Cornell University, 1908; PhJX, 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. 

Eunice Morgan Schenck, Ph.D., Associate Professor of French. 

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 in Madrid, 1910-12; Dean of the College, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-17. 

Samuel Claggett Chew, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English Lit- 
erature. 

A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909, and Ph.D., 1913. Fellow, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1910-12; English Master, Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn., 1913-14. 

Jean Baptiste Beck, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mediaeval French 
Literature. 

Guebwiller, Alsace. Baccalaureate in Rhetoric, Sorbonne, 1900; Baccalaureate in Philos- 
ophy, Sorbonne, 1901; Ph.D., University of Strassburg, 1907; State Examination pro 
facilitate docindi, 1908. Professor of Latin and German in the Ecole Alsacienne, Paris, 
1909; Director of Advanced Courses for Teachers in Gymnasia, University of Vienna, 
1910; Professor of French Literature, Wiener Handels-Akademie, 1910; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Romance Languages, University of Illinois, 1911-14; Instructor in Romance 
Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1912. 

Susan Myra Kingsbury, 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 University, 1905. University Fellow, Columbia University, 1902-03; Holder 
of the European Fellowship of the Women's Education Association, Boston, Mass., 1903- 
04; Instructor in History, Vassar College, 1904-05; Director of Investigation, Massa- 
chusetts Commission on Industrial and Technical Education, 1905-06; Instructor in 
History 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, 1907-15. 

Georgiana Goddard King,* A.M., Professor of the History of Art. 

A.B., Bryn 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. 

* Granted leave of absence for the year 1919-20. 



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Rhys Carpenter,* Ph.D., Associate Professor and Professor (elect) of 
Classical Archaeology. 

A.B., Columbia University, 1909, and Ph.D., 1916; B.A., University of Oxford, 1911, and 
M.A., 1914. Rhodes Scholar and Student, Balliol College, University of Oxford, 1908- 
11; Drisler Fellow in Classics, Columbia University, 1911-13; Student, American School 
of Classical Studies in Athens, 1912-13. 

Charles Ghequiere Fenwick, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science. 

A.B., Loyola College, 1907; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. Student of Political 
Science, Johns Hopkins University, 1909-11; Law Clerk, Division 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. 

Howard Levi Gray,! Ph.D., Professor of History. 

A.B., University of Rochester, 1897; A.B., Harvard University, 1898, A.M., 1900, and 
Ph.D., 1907. Instructor in History, Harvard University, 1909-13, and Assistant Pro- 
fessor of History, 1914-15. 

James Llewellyn Crenshaw,* Ph.D., Associate in Physical Chemistry. 

A.B., Centre College, 1907, and A.M., 1908; Ph.D., Princeton University, 1911. Assistant 
Chemist in the Geo-Physical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C, 
1910-15. 

Howard James Savage,* Ph.D., Associate Professor of Rhetoric and 
Director of the Work in English Composition. 

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. 

Howard Rollin Patch, Ph.D., Associate in English Philology. 

A.B., Hobart College, 1910; A.M., Harvard University, 1912, and Ph.D., 1915. Assis- 
tant in English, Harvard University, 1912-13; John Harvard Fellow, 1912-15; Instructor 
in English, Harvard University and Radcliffe College, 1915-16. 

Ethel Ernestine Sabin, Ph.D., Associate in Philosophy. 

A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1908, and A.M., 1914; Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1916. 
Graduate Scholar, University of Wisconsin, 1913-14; Fellow, University of Illinois, 
1914-16; Assistant in English, University of Illinois, 1916-17. 

Ada Hart Arlitt, Ph.D., Associate in Educational Psychology. 

A.B., H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College of Tulane University, 1913; Ph.D., Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1917. Fellow in Biology, H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, 
1913-14; Fellow in Psychology, University of Chicago, 1914-16; Fellow in Sprague 
Institute, 1916-17. 

Florence Peebles, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 

A.B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1895; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1900. Graduate 
Scholar in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 1895-96; Fellow in Biology, 1896-97, and 
Graduate Student, 1897-98, 1903-04, 1906-11; Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European 
Fellowship, 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; 
Private Tutor, 1907-12, 1913-15; Fellow of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 
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. to 
Dec. 1913; Professor of Biology and Head of Department, H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial 
College, Tulane University, 1915-17. 

Joseph Clark Hoppin, Ph.D., Professor of Classical Archaeology. 

A.B., Harvard University, 1893; Ph.D., University of Munich, 1896. American School of 
Classical Studies, Athens, Winter Semester, 1893-94, 1895-96; University of Berlin, 
Summer Semester, 1893-94; University of Munich, 1894-95; Summer Semester, 1895- 
96; American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1896-97, Lecturer on Greek 
Vases, 1897-98, and Professor of Greek Language and Literature, 1904-05; Instructor 
in Greek Art, Wellesley College, 1898-99. Associate in Classical Art and Archaeology, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1899-1901, and Associate Professor, 1901-04. Replacing Dr. Rhys 
Carpenter absent on War Service. 

* Granted leave of absence for Military Service for the years 1917-19. 
t Granted leave of absence for the year 1918-19. 



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Samuel Arthur King, M.A., Non-resident Lecturer in English Diction. 

Tynemouth, England. M.A., University of London, 1900. Special Lecturer in Public 
Speaking, Johns Hopkins University, 1901; Special Lecturer in Speech, University 
of California, 1902. 

Anna Johnson Pell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics. 

A.B., University of South Dakota, 1903; M.S., University of Iowa, 1904; A.M., Rad- 
cliffe College, 1905; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1910; Holder of Alice Freeman 
Palmer Fellowship of Wellesley College and Student in Mathematics, University of 
Gottingen, 1906-07; Instructor in Mathematics, Mount Holyoke College, 1911-14, 
and Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1914-18. 

Charles Wendell David, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History. 

B.A., Oxford University, 1911; A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1912; Ph.D., Harvard 
University, 1918; Instructor in History, University of Washington, 1915-18. 

Claude Riviere, Agregee des Lettres, Associate in French. 

Paris, France. Agrege'e des Lettres de l'Universite de Paris, 1904. Professor at the Lyc6e 
de Jeunes Filles de Toulouse, Paris, France, 1907-10; Substitute Professor in the Lyc6es 
Racine, Victor Hugo, Fenelon, and Lakanal, Paris, 1905-18. 

Anna Lane Lingelbach, Ph.D., Lecturer in History. 

A.B., University of Indiana, 1895, and A.M., 1896; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 
1916. Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1896, 1897-98; Sorbonne, 1910-11. 

Mary Hamilton Swindler, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin and Classical 
Archaeology. 

A.B., University of Indiana, 190", 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, in Miss Wright's School, Bryn Mawr, 1911-12, 
and in the Phebe Anna Thorne Model School, 1914-17. 

Esther Cloudman Dunn, A.B., Instructor in English Composition and 
Acting Director of First and Second Year English Composition. 

A.B., Cornell University, 1913. Replacing Dr. Howard James Savage absent on War 
Service. 

Angie Lillian Kellogg, A.M., Instructor in Social Economy and Social 
Research. 

A.B., Vassar College, 1903, and A.M., 1904. Resident Fellow, Vassar College, 1903-04; 
Teacher of English, Schenectady High School, N. Y., 1904-10; Law Student, 1910-11; 
Fellow in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, 1911-13, and Graduate Scholar and Fellow 
by Courtesy, 1913-14; Holder of Mary Richardson and Lydia Pratt Babbott Fellow- 
ship of Vassar College, ,1913-14; awarded A. C. A. European Fellowship for 1914-15; 
Probation Officer for Girls in Watertown, N. Y., Agent for S. P. C. C. Society of Jeffer- 
son Co., N. Y., and Superintendent of Bureau of Charities, Watertown, N. Y., summer 
of 1912; Officer at Bedford Reformatory, N. Y., summer of 1913; Jefferson County 
Agent for Dependent and Delinquent Children, 1914-16; Research Field Worker for 
the New York School of Philanthropy, January to May, 1916. 

Emily Gifford Noyes, A.B., Instructor in English Composition. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915. Student in the School of Journalism, Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1915-16, and Graduate Student in English, 1916-17. 

Helen McGregor Noyes, A.B., Instructor in English Composition. 

A.B., Radcliffe College, 1915. Teacher in Dana Hall, Wellesley, Mass., 1916-17. 

Agnes Rutherford Riddell, Ph.D., Instructor in Italian. 

A.B., University of Toronto, 1896, with first class honours in Modern Languages; and 
A.M., 1897. Honours, Ontario Normal College, 1898. Ph.D., University of Chicago, 
1916. Teacher of French and German, Oshawa High School, 1898-1901; Assistant 
Reader, Department of English, University of Toronto, 1902-11; Teacher of English, 
Branksome Hall, Toronto, 1904-05; Teacher of German, Latin and English, Westbourne 
School, Toronto, 1906-10, 1913-14; Graduate Student in Romance Languages, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, January, 1912, to August, 1913; Fellow in Romance Languages, 
University of Chicago, 1914-15; Acting Head of Kelly Hall, University of Chicago, 
summers of 1913, 1914 and 1915; Professor of Romance Languages, College of Emporia, 
Emporia, Kansas, 1915-17; Dean of Women, College of Emporia, 1915-17. 



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Anne Bezanson, A.M., Instructor in Social Economy and Social Research. 

A.B., Radcliffe College, 1915, and A.M., 1916. Harvard University, 1915-16; Manager 
of Business Firm, 1903-11; Assistant in Economic Research, Harvard University 
1916-18; Lecturer on Statistics, Wellesley College, 1917-18. 

Marjorie Lorne Franklin, A.M., Instructor in Economics and Politics. 

A.B., Barnard College, 1913, and A.M., Columbia University, 1916. Graduate Scholar, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1913-14 and Fellow in Economics, 1914-15; Columbia University, 
1915-16; Library Assistant, American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1916-17; 
Instructor in Political Science, Vassar College, 1917-18. , 

Helen E. Fernald, A.B., Instructor in History and Art. 

A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1914. Teachers' College, 1916-18; Scientific Artist and 
Research Assistant, Columbia University, 1915-18. 

Mary Agnes Quimby, A.M., Instructor in German. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1906; A.M., Cornell University, 1916; Ph.D., University of 
Pennsylvania, 1918; Teacher of German and History in the Berwyn High School, 1907- 
14; Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1915-16; Pepper Fellow in Germanics, 
University of Pennsylvania, 1916-18. 

Margaret Steel Duncan, Instructor in French and Spanish. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1908, and A.M., University of Illinois, 1910; Ph.D., University 
of Pennsylvania, 1918; Honorary Fellow in Romance Languages, University of Illinois, 
1909-10; Instructor in Romance Languages, Hiram College, 1910-12, 1913-14; Student 
in the Sorbonne and in Madrid, Spain, 1912-13; Graduate Student, Department of 
Romance Languages, 1916-17; and Joseph M. Bennett Fellow in Romanics, University 
of Pennsylvania, 1917-18; Associate Professor of Romance Languages, Temple Uni- 
versity, Philadelphia, 1916-18. 

Malcolm Havens Bissell, A.M., Instructor in Geology. 

Ph.B., Yale University, 1911 and A.M., 1918; Instructor in Engineering, University of 
Pittsburgh, 1913-14; Assistant in Geography, Yale University, 1917-18; with Con- 
necticut Geological Survey, 1917. 

Edith Hamilton Lanman, A.M., Instructor in Chemistry. 

A.B., Radcliffe College, 1914; A.M., L T niversity of California, 1915. Graduate Student. 
University of California, 1914-15. 

Sue Avis Blake, A.M., Instructor in Physics. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1898, and A.M., 1900. Demonstrator and Graduate Student 
in Physics, Bryn Mawr College, 1898-99, and 1904-06, and Fellow in Physics, 1906-07; 
Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, and Teacher of Mathematics and Science in the 
Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1899-1900; Assistant in Physics, Smith College, 
1900-02, 1903-04; Fellow in Physics, University of Pennsylvania, 1907-08; Instructor 
in Physics, Smith College, 1910-15. 

Carolina Marcial Dorado, A.B., Instructor in Spanish. 

A.B., Instituto Cardenal Cisneros, Madrid, 1907. Graduate Student, Welleslev College, 
1909-10; University of Porto Rico, 1914-16; University of Madrid, Summer School, 1913; 
Columbia University and University of Pennsylvania, 1918-19; Instructor in Spanish 
Wellesley College, 1907-11; Assistant Professor of Spanish Literature, University of 
Porto Rico, 1911-17; Head of the Spanish Department of Ginn and Co., 1917-18. 

Esther Parker Ellinger, Ph.D., Instructor in English Composition. 

A.B., Goucher College, 1915; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 191S. 

Margaret W. Watson, A.M., Instructor in English Composition. 

A.B., Barnard College, 1913, and A.M., Columbia University, 1917. Lecturer in German, 
Barnard College, 1917-18. 

Abby Kirk, 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, 1899-1919. 

Eva Alice Worrall Bryne, A.M., Reader in English. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1916, and A.M., 1917. Graduate Scholar in Latin, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1916-17. 



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Bird Margaret Turner, A.M., Reader in Mathematics. 

A.B., University of "West Virginia, 1915, and A.M., 1916. Teacher in Graded Schools, 
Moundsville, W. Va., 1896-1900; Teacher of Mathematics in the Moundsville High 
School, 1900-13; Student Assistant in Mathematics, University of West Virginia, 
1913-15; Graduate Student in Mathematics, University of West Virginia, 1914-15; 
and Assistant in the University summer schools, 1914 and 1915; Principal of High 
School, Moundsville, 1915-16; Scholar in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-17; 
President's European Fellow (elect) 1917-18. 

Mary Ruth Almack, A.M., Assistant Demonstrator in Experimental Psy- 
chology. 

A.B., Ohio State University, 1915, and A.M., 1916. Fellow in Psychology, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1916-18. 

Istar Alida Haupt, A.M., Assistant Demonstrator in Applied Psychology. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1917, and A.M., 1918. Scholar in Psychology, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1917-18. 

Harriet Hobbs, A.B., Demonstrator in Chemistry. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1918. 

Norah May Mohler, A.B., Demonstrator in Physics. 

A.B., Dickinson College, 1917. Scholar in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-18. 

Mary Jane Guthrie, A.M., Assistant Demonstrator in Biology. 

A.B., University of Missouri, 1916, and A.M., 1918. Assistant in Zoology, University of 
Missouri, 1916-18. 

Hope Hibbard, A.M., Assistant Demonstrator in Biology. 

A.B., Univers : ty of Missouri, 1916, and A.M., 1918. Assistant in Zoology, University of 
Missouri, 1915-18. 

Lois Antoinette Reed, A.B., B.L.S., Librarian. 

A.B., University of Illinois, 1909; B.L.S., New York State Library School, 1904. Libra- 
rian, The Western College, Oxford, Ohio, 1905-07; Cataloguer and Order Department 
Assistant, Library of the University of Illinois, 1907-10; Assistant Librarian, University 
of Rochester, 1910-12. 

Mary Louise Terrien, A.B., Circulation and Reference Librarian. 

A.B., Smith College, 1905. Simmons College Library School, Boston, Mass., 1914-15. 

Mary Isabelle O'Sullivan, A.B., Head Cataloguer. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907, New York State Library School, 1915-16. 
Private Tutor and Night Librarian, Drexel Institute, 1908-09; Indexer, Estate of 
Stephen Girard, Philadelphia, 1909-15; Cataloguer, New York Public Library, 1916-17. 
Scholar in English Composition, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-18. 

Bessie Homer Jennings, Assistant Cataloguer. 

Graduate, Drexel Institute Library School, 1900. 

H. Beatrice Brown, A.B., B.S., Assistant to the Circulation and Reference 

Librarian. 
A.B., Wellesley College, 1917; B.S., Simmons College, 1918. 

Constance M. K. Applebee, Director of Athletics and Gymnastics and 
Supervisor of Health Department. 

Licentiate, British College of Physical Education, 1898, and Member, 1899. Gymnasium 
Mistress, Girls' Grammar School, Bradford, Yorkshire, 1899-1900; in the Arnold Foster 
High School, Burnley, Yorkshire, 1899-1901; in the High School, Halifax, Yorkshire, 
1900-01; Head of Private Gymnasium, Ilkley, Yorkshire., 1899-1901; Harvard School 
of Physical Training, summer, 1901; Hockey Coach, Vassar College, Wellesley College, 
Radcliffe College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, Bryn Mawr College, Boston 
Normal School of Gymnastics, 1901-04; Hockey Coach, Harvard Summer School of 
Gymnastics, 1906. 

Helen Reed Kirk, A.B., Assistant Director of Athletics and Gymnastics. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914. Teacher of Latin, History, and Athletics in the Holman 
School, Philadelphia, 1914-16. 

Jeanne Hammer, Gymnasium Demonstrator. ' 
Carol S. Keay, Gymnasium Demonstrator. 
Dorothy Gray Crane, Gymnasium Demonstrator. 



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Administrative and Executive Appointments. 

M. Carey Thomas, Ph.D., LL.D., L.H.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. Student in the Sorbonne 
and College de France, 1883; Dean of the Faculty of Bryn Mawr College and Professor 
of English, 1885-94. 

Helen Herron Taft, A.M., Dean of the College. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915; A.M., Yale University, 1916; Graduate Student, Yale 
University, 1915-17. 

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, Dublin, 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 Fellow in 

j_ Mathematics, 1893-94; Holder of the Mary E. Garrett European Fellowship and Stu- 
dent in Mathematics, University of Gottingen, 1894-95. 

Edith Orladt, A.B., Secretary and Registrar of the College. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1902. Warden of Pembroke Hall West, 1903-05, and Warden 
of Rockefeller Hall, 1905-06; Graduate Student, University of Grenoble, 1906-07, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1903-06, 1907-09; Recording Secretary, and Appointment Secretary, 
1910-12. 

Marian Clementine Kleps, A.B., Assistant to the Secretary and Registrar. 

A.B., and Bryn Mawr European Fellow, Bryn Mawr College, 1916. Assistant to the 
Recording Secretary, 1916-17; Reader in Mathematics, 1917-18. 

Sandy Lee Htjrst, Comptroller. 

Louise Watson, A.B., Business Manager. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1912. Teacher in Marshall College, Huntington, W. Va., 
1913-14. 

Ruth Ellen Lautz, A.B., Assistant Business Manager. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1912. Teacher in Friends' Academy, Moorestown, N. J., 
1912-16. 

John J. Foley, Superintendent of Mechanical Equipment. 

George C. Chandler, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. 



Halls of Residence. 

Martha Gibbons Thomas, A.B., Warden of Pembroke Hall and Director 

of Wardens. 
A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1889. 

Alice Martin Hawkins, A.B., Warden of Merion Hall. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907. Teacher in Miss Robins's School, Philadelphia, 1907-08, 
and in the Friends' School, Germantown, 1908-09. 

Letitia Butler Windle, A.B., Warden of Radnor Hall. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907. Secretary and Teacher of Mathematics in the Wyke- 
ham Rise School, Washington, Conn., 1907-08; Assistant Agent of the Federated 
Charities of Baltimore, Md., 1908-09; Teacher of Mathematics in the Stevens School, 
Germantown, Philadelphia, 1909-15, and in the Gordon-Roney School, Philadelphia, 
1915-16. 

Adeline Agnes Werner Vorys,* A.B., Warden of Rockefeller Hall. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1916. Assistant Teacher of English, Columbus School for 
Girls, 1917-18. 

* Mrs. Webb I. Vorys. 



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Katherine Walker McGiffert, A.B., Warden of Denbigh Hall. 

A.B., Barnard College, 1916. 

Harriet Jean Crawford, A.B., Junior Bursar. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1902. Chairman of Sectional School Board, 35th Ward, 
Philadelphia, 1910-16; Warden of Rockefeller Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-11. 



Health Department. 
Helen Herron Taft, A.M., Head of Health Department. 
M. Caret Thomas, Ph.D., LL.D., Ex-officio. 
Constance M. K. Applebee, Health Supervisor. 
Thomas F. Branson, M.D., Physician-in-Chief. 

A.B., Haverford College, 1889; M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1892. Attending 
Physician, Bryn Mawr Hospital. 

Marion Hague Rea, M.D., Assistant Resident Physician. 

A.B., Vassar College, 1909; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1915. Intern, 
Philadelphia General Hospital, 1915-16; Assistant Physician, Boston Psychopathic 
Hospital, 1916-17; Assistant Visiting Chief Medical Service, Philadelphia General Hos- 
pital, and Assistant in Medicine, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1918-19. 

Helen Murphy, M.D., Examining Oculist. 

M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1893; Assistant Demonstrator in 
Histology, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1894-96; Instructor in Materia 
Medica, 1896-1902; Instructor in Diseases of the Eye, Philadelphia Polyclinic and 
College for Graduates in Medicine, 1895-97. 

The following physicians* have consented to serve as consultants: 

Thomas McCrae, M.D., F.R.C.P., 1627 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, 
Consultant Physician. 

George E. de Schweinitz, M.D., 1705 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 
Consultant Oculist. 

Robert G. Le Conte, M.D., 2000 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Con- 
sultant Surgeon. 

Arthur E. Billings, M.D., 264 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, Con- 
sultant Surgeon. 

Francis R. Packard, M.D., 302 South Nineteenth Street, Philadelphia, 

Consultant Aurist and Laryngologist. 

James K. Young, M.D., 222 South Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia, Con- 
sultant Orthopaedist. 



Department of Education. 

Phebe Anna Thorne Model School. 
Matilde Castro, Ph.D., Director. 

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, Morris, 111., 
1901-03; Instructor in Philosophy, Mount 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 Professor of Education, Bryn 
Mawr College. 

* During the absence of certain of these physicians on War Service other physicians 
in Philadelphia have kindly consented to serve. 



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Elsie Gaeland Hobson, Ph.D., Head Mistress. 

A.B., Boston University, 1895, and A.M., 1890; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1916. 
Teacher of Greek and English, High School, Lewiston, Maine, 1896-1897; Teacher of 
Greek and Latin, Academy for Women, Jacksonville, Illinois, 1S97-1S99; Principal in 
Greek and Latin, Academy for Women, Jacksonville, Illinois, 1899-1900; Principal 
and Teacher of Greek and Latin, Michigan Seminary, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1900- 
1907; Principal and Teacher of Greek and Latin, Frances Shimer Academy, Mt. Carroll, 
Illinois, 1907-13; Teacher of Greek and Latin, Miss Spaid's School, Chicago, Illinois, 
1913-14; Head of High School Department and Teacher of Mathematics and History, 
Mary C. Wheeler School, Providence, Rhode Island, 1914-18. 

Samuel Arthur King, M.A., Teacher of Reading. 

Tynemouth, England. M.A., University of London, 1900. Special Lecturer in Public 
Speaking, Johns Hopkins University, 1901; Special Lecturer in Speech, University of 
California, 1902; Non-Resident Lecturer in English Diction, Bryn Mawr College. 

Mabel Pauline Wolff, A.M., Teacher of History. 

A.B., Barnard College, 1905, and A.M., Columbia University, 1915. Teacher, Public 
School, Patton, Pennsylvania, 1905-06, Allentown College for Women, 1906-07, Pauls- 
boro High School, Gloucester City, N. J., 1907-11, Washington Seminary, Washington, 
Pa., 1911-14, and Leominster High School, Leominster, Mass., 1915-16. 

Irene Roberts, Teacher of Drawing, Modelling, and Weaving. 

Student in the Normal Art and Manual Training Course, and General Art Course, Pratt 
Institute, 1908-10. Teacher of drawing and handwork, Rutgers' Elementary School, 
New Brunswick, N. J., 1910-12; Teacher of drawing, handwork, and the history of art, 
The Scudder School for Girls, New York City, 1912-16. 

Alice Ruth Parker, A.M., Teacher of Greek and Latin. 

A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1913, and A.M., 1915. Reader in Latin, Mount Holyoke 
College. 1913-15; Teacher of Latin, High School, Hudson, N. Y., 1915-17; Teacher of 
Latin, Cortland Normal School, Cortland, N. Y., 1917-18. 

Mary Grace Hamilton, A.B., Teacher of English. 

A.B., University of California, 1913. Teacher of English, High Schools, California, 1913- 
17; Fellow in English, University of Chicago, 1917-18. 

Marie Schoell, Teacher of French* 

Holder of the Certincat d'aptitude a l'enseignement de 1'anglais, 1914. Student, Sorbonne, 
1913-14; Student, University of Bordeaux, 1916-17; Diplome d'6tudes sup6rieures, 
1916-17; Teacher in the Brioude School, 1915-16; French Graduate Scholar, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1917-18. 

Marion Marsh Torrey, A.M., Teacher of Mathematics. 

A.B., The Women's College in Brown University, 1916, and A.M., 1917. Teacher cf 
Mathematics, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1917-18. 

Elizabeth Babcocic, A.M., Teacher of Science. 

A.B., Leland Stanford, Jr. University, 1895, and A.M., 1896. Teacher of Science in the 
Hamlin School for Girls, San Francisco, Cal., 1896-97, in the High School, Azusa, Cal., 
1897-98, in the High School, San Diego, Cal., 1898-1901, in the High School, Fresno, 
Cal., 1901-06; Work in Nature Study in the Schools in San Diego, 1908-11. 

Lydia K. Adams, A.B., Teacher of English. 

A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1916. Teacher of English in Miss Marshall's School, 
Oak Lane, Philadelphia, 1916-17. and in the High School, Belleville, N. J., 1917-18. 

Lilian Hayden Hieston, Ph.B., Teacher of French.] 

Ph.B., Boston University, 1889. Summer School, Harvard University, 1S93, Columbia 
University, 1915, 1916. Simmons College, 1917; Student, The Sorbonne, 1907-10. 
Teacher of French and Mathematics in the Harvard Preparatory School, Boston, Mass., 
1890-93, and Teacher of Science in the Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., 1893-96, 

Placido de Montoliu, Teacher of J aques-Dalcroze Euryihmics {Singing, 
Dancing). 

Graduate of the Jaques-Dalcroze College of Rhythmic Training, Hellerau, Germany, and 
only authorized Director of the Dalcroze System in the United States. 

* To February 14, 1919. t From February 17, 1919. 



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Constance M. K. Applebee, Teacher of Gymnastics and Sports and Games. 

Licentiate, British College of Physical Education, 1898, and Member, 1899. Gymnasium 
Mistress, Girls' Grammar School, Bradford, Yorkshire, 1899-1900; in the Arnold Foster 
High School, Burnley, Yorkshire, 1899-1901; in the High School, Halifax, Yorkshire, 
1900-01; Head of Private Gymnasium, Ilkley, Yorkshire, 1899-1901; Harvard School 
of Physical Training, summer, 1901; Hockey Coach, Vassar College, Wellesley College, 
Radcliffe College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, Bryn Mawr College, Boston 
Normal School of Gymnastics, 1901-04; Hockey Coach, Harvard Summer School of 
Gymnastics, 1906. Director of Gymnastics and Athletics, Bryn Mawr College. 

Ada Hart Arlitt, Ph.D., Educational Psychology. 

A.B., H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, Tulane University, 1913; Ph.D., University 
of Chicago, 1917; Fellow in Biology, H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, 1913-14, 
and Fellow in Psychology, University of Chicago, 1914-16; Associate in Educational 
Psychology, Bryn Mawr College. 

Marion Hague Rea, M.D., Physician of the School. 

A.B., Vassar College, 1909; M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1915. 
Intern, Philadelphia General Hospital, 1915-16; Assistant Physician, Boston Psycho- 
pathic Hospital, 1916-17; Assistant Visiting Chief, Medical Service, Philadelphia General 
Hospital and Assistant in Medicine, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1918-19. 
Assistant Resident Physician, Bryn Mawr College. 

Helen Murphy, M.D., Examining Oculist. 

M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1893. Assistant Demonstrator in 
Histology, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1894-96; Instructor in Materia 
Medica, 1896-1902; Instructor in Diseases of the Eye, Philadelphia Polyclinic and 
College for Graduates in Medicine, 1895-97; Examining Oculist of Bryn Mawr College. 



Students. 



Fellows, Scholars, and Graduate Students for the Year 1918-19. 

Margaret Catherine Timpson, 

Bryn Mawr European Fellow and Shippen Foreign Scholar* 

New York City. Maria L. Eastman Brooke Hall Memorial Scholar, 1917-18. A.B., Bryn 
Mawr College, 1918. 

Isabel F. Smith, President M. Carey Thomas European Fellow* 

Los Angeles, Cal. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915. Teacher in Miss Wheeler's School, 
Providence, R. I., 1915-17; Graduate Scholar in Geology, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-18. 

Eva Alice Worrall Bryne, Mary E. Garrett European Fellow* 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1916, and A.M., 1917. Graduate Scholar in 
Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-17; Graduate Scholar in English and Reader in English, 
1917-19. 

Olga Marx, Anna Ottendorfer Memorial Research Fellow* 

New York City. A.B., Barnard College, 1915, and A.M., Columbia University, 1917. 
Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1916-17; Fellow in German, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1917-18. 

Helen Adair, Fellow in Economics and Politics. 

Kearney, Neb. A.B., Barnard College, 1914, and A.M., Columbia University, 1916. 
Fellow in Economics and Politics, 1917-18. 

Georgia Louise Baxter, 

Carola Woerishoffer Fellow in Social Economy and Social Research. 

Berkeley, Cal. A.B., University of Denver, 1914; A.M., University of California, 1917. 
Matron, Colorado State Industrial School for Girls, 1914-15; Work in Juvenile Court 
in San Francisco and with State Industrial Welfare Industrial Accident Commission, 
1915-17; Carola Woerishoffer Fellow in Social Economy and Social Research, 1917-18. 

Margaret Buchanan, Fellow in Mathematics. 

Morgantown, W. Va. A.B., University of West Virginia, 1906. Graduate Student, Univer- 
sity of West Virginia, 1907. Teacher of Mathematics, Marshall College, Huntington, 
W. Va., 1906-07; Assistant in Greek and Mathematics, University of West Virginia, 
1908-09, and Instructor in Mathematics, 1910-12, 1915-19; Teacher of Mathematics, 
Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1913-14; and in the High School, Parkersburg, W. Va., 
1914-15. 

Leah Hannah Feder, 

Carola Woerishoffer Fellow in Social Economy and Research. 

Passaic, N. J. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1917. Graduate Scholar in Social Economy 
and Social Research, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-18. 

Mary Drusilla Flather, Fellow in Biology. 

Lowell, Mass. Ph.B., Women's College in Brown University, 1917. Laboratory Assistant 
in Comparative Anatomy, Brown University, 1916-17. Graduate Student in Biology, 
1917-18. 

Leona Christine Gabel, Fellow in History. 

Syracuse, N. Y. A.B., Syracuse University, 1915. Columbia University, Summer session, 
1916. Teacher in the High School, Canastota, N. Y., 1915-17. Graduate Scholar in 
History, 1917-18. 

Grace Ethel Hawk, Fellow in English. 

Reading, Pa. A.B., Brown University, 1917, and holder of the Annie Crosby Emery 
Scholarship of Brown University, 1917-18. Graduate Scholar in English, 1917-18. 

* Holding of Fellowship deferred on account of war conditions. 

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Margaret Georgiana Melvin, Fellow in Philosophy. 

New Brunswick, Canada. A.B., Royal Victoria College, McGill University, with honours 
in English and Philosophy, 1917. * Graduate Scholar in Philosophy, 1917-18. 

Marjorie Josephine Milne, Fellow in Greek. 

Duluth, Minn. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1917, and A.M., 1918. Graduate Scholar in 
Greek, 1917-18. 

Margaret Montague Monroe, Fellow in Psychology. 

Asheville, N. C. Barnard College, Columbia University, 1911-13. A.B., Mount Holyoke 
College, 1915. Teacher of French, Commercial High School, Atlanta, Ga., 1915-16; 
Scholar in French, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-17; Teacher of Mathematics in Smead 
School, Toledo, Ohio, 1917-18. 

Inez May Neterer, Fellow in Education. 

Seattle, Wash. A.B., Mills College, 1916. Graduate Scholar in Social Economy and 
Social Research, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-17. Social Service Fellow of A. C. A. and 
Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-18. 

Helen Elizabeth Patch, Fellow in French. 

Bangor, Maine. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1914. Teacher in the East Maine Con- 
ference Seminary, 1914-16, and in the High School Bangor, 1916-17. Graduate Scholar 
in Romance Languages, 1917-18. 

Isabel F. Smith, Fellow in Geology. 

Los Angeles, Cal. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915. Teacher in Miss Wheeler's School, 
Providence, R. I., 1915-17. Graduate Student in Geology, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-18. 

Elise Tobin, Fellow in Chemistry. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S., Barnard College, 1915. Graduate Student in Chemistry, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1915-17, and Fellow in Chemistry, 1917-18. 

Clara Elizabeth Yntema, Fellow in Latin. 

Holland, Mich. A.B., Hope College, 1916; A.M., University of Michigan, 1918. Teacher 
of Latin and German, The High School, Cass City, Mich., 1916-17. 

Grace Johnstone Dedman, British Graduate Scholar. 

Whauphill, Scotland. Edinburgh Provincial Training Centre for Teachers, 1912-14. 
M.A., with honours in English, University of Edinburgh, 1918. 

Helen Isabella Wilkie, British Graduate SchoTar. 

Edinburgh, Scotland. M.A., with honours in English, University of Edinburgh, 1918. 

Denise Emilie Leredde, , French Graduate Scholar. 

Paris, France. Certificat d'aptitude a l'enseignement des lettres, 1918. Student in 
Lycee Fenclon, 1913-15; Student in College Sevigne, 1915-18. Teacher of Geography 
and History, ColKge Sevigne, 1917-18. 

Lucie Desiree Mabille, French Graduate Scholar. 

Paris, France. Certificat d'aptitude PSdagogique et Certificat de fins d'6tudes normales, 
1908. Professorat des ecoles normales, 1911. Certificat Primaire d'Anglais, 1917. 
Student, University of Paris, 1909-18. Teacher of Literature in Ecole Sophie German, 
Paris, 1914-18. 

Marthe Sturm, French Graduate Scholar. 

Paris, France. Licence de Philosophie, 1918; Student in the Sorbonne, 1916-18. 

Marthe Jeanne Trotain, French Graduate Scholar. 

Paris, France. Certificat d'aptitude a, l'enseignement d'Anglais dans les Lyces et Colleges, 
1918. Student in the Sorbonne, 1916-18. Teacher in Schools in England, 1913-14, 
1915-16. 

Beatrice Allard, . . .Fellow by Courtesy and Scholar in Semitic Languages. 

Boston, Mass. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1915. Graduate Scholar in Semitic Lan- 
guages and Biblical Literature, Bryn Mawr College, 1915-16, and Fellow in Semitic 
Languages, 1916-18. 

Mary Ruth Almack, Fellow by Courtesy in Psychology. 

Coshocton, O. A.B., Ohio .State University, 1915, and A.M., 1916. Fellow in Psychology, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1916-18: Assistant Demonstrator in Experimental Psychology, 
1918-19. 



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Lucile Babcock, Scholar in French. 

Minneapolis, Minn. A.B., University of Minnesota, 1915. Teacher of French and Span- 
ish, Des Moines, la., 1915-17. 

Anna Martha Booth, English. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1918. 

Therese Mathilde Born, Scholar in English. 

Indianapolis, Ind. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1918. 

Helen Graham Bristow, Scholar in Economics and Politics. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1918. 

Eva Alice Worrall Bryne, Scholar in English. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1916, and A.M., 1917. Graduate Scholar in 
Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-17. Reader in English, and Graduate Scholar in English, 
1917-19; Mary E. Garrett European Fellow (elect). 

Dorothy Theresa Buckley, Scholar in Psychology. 

Sioux City, la. A.B., University of Michigan, 1918. 

Eleanor Copenhaver, . . .Scholar in Social Economy and Social Research. 

Marion, Va. A.B., Richmond College, Va., 1917. Teacher of Science, The High School, 
Marion, Va., 1917-18. 

Jane Stodder Davies, .... Robert G. Valentine Scholar in Social Economy. 
Tuft's College, Mass. A.B., Jackson College, Tuft's College, 1918. 

Esther Parker Ellinger, English. 

A.B., Goucher College, 1915; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1918. Instructor in 
English Composition, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Helen Frances Goldstein, Scholar in Chemistry. 

New York City. B.S., Barnard College, 1918. 

Winifred Goodall, 

Margaret Kingsland Haskell Scholar in English Corn-position. 

Cincinnati, O. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914; A.M., Columbia University, 1917. 
Teacher of English and History in Miss Kendrick's School, Cincinnati, 1915-16; Mar- 
garet Kingsland Haskell Scholar in English Composition, 1917-18. 

Mary Jane Guthrie, Honorary Scholar in Biology. 

Columbia, Mo. A.B., University of Missouri, 1916, and A.M., 1918. Assistant in Zoology, 
University of Missouri, 1916-18; Assistant Demonstrator in Biology, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1918-19, 

Marion Rebecca Halle, English. 

Cleveland, O. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1917. Graduate Student in English, 1917-18. 

Helen Irene Hanna, Penn College Scholar. 

Lacey, Iowa. A.B., Penn College, 1918. 

Istar Alida Haupt, Psychology. 

Roland Park, Md. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1917, and A.M., 1918. Graduate Scholar 
in Psychology, Bryn Mawr College, 1917-18, and Assistant Demonstrator in Applied 
Psychology, 1918-19. 

Elizabeth Hays, Scholar in Social Economy and Social Research. 

St. Louis, Mo. A.B., Smith College, 1909. Teacher in the Mary Institute, St. Louis, 
1914-18. 

Judith Martha Bassett Hemenway, Scholar in French. 

Windsor, Vt. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1918. 

Hope Hibbard, Honorary Scholar in Biology. 

Columbia, Mo. A.B., University of Missouri, 1916, and A.M., 1918. Assistant in Zoology, 
University of Missouri, 1915-18. Assistant Demonstrator in Biology, Bryn Mawr 
College, 1918-19. 

Harriet Hobbs, Chemistry. 

New York City. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1918. Demonstrator in Chemistry and 
Manager of Dalton Hall, 1918-19. 



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Margaret Hudson, : French. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1909. Head of Department of French in the 
New Jersey Normal School, Trenton, N. J., 1910-15; Teacher of Latin and French in 
the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1915-19; Graduate Student in French, 
Bryn Mawr College, 1912-13. 

Gwendolyn Hughes, 

Susan B. Anthony Scholar in Social Economy and Social Research. 

Norfolk, Neb. A.B., University of Nebraska, 1916, and A.M., 1917. Scholar in Sociology, 
University of Nebraska, 1916-17, and Fellow, 1917-18. Assistant, Child Welfare 
Department, Lincoln Public Schools, 1917-18. 

Irma Caroline Lonegren, Special Scholar in Social Economy. 

Portland, Ore. A.B., Reed College, 1915. Probation Officer and Statistician, Juvenile 
Court, Portland, 1915-18. 

Adelina Longaker, Economics and Politics. 

East Aurora, N. Y. A.B., Barnard College, 1918. Stenographer, 1917, 1918-19. 

Amelia Kellogg MacMaster, 

Bryn Mawr Intercollegiate Community Service Association Joint Fellow. 

Elizabeth, N. J. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, February 1917, and A.M., 1918. Graduate 
Scholar in Philosophy and Special Scholar, second semester, 1916-17 and 1917-18. 

Olga Marx, German. 

New York City. A.B., Barnard College, 1915, and A.M., Columbia University, 1917. 

Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1916-17; Fellow in. German, Brvn Mawr 

College, 1917-18. 

Beatrice McGeorge, .Education. 

Cynwyd, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1901. Teacher of English and French in Miss 
Kevser's School, Philadelphia. 1902-03, and in the Agnes Irwin School, Philadelphia, 
1918-19; Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1902-03, and Tutor in French, 1918-19. 

Katharine Wolcott McGiffert, English. 

New York City. A.B., Barnard College, 1916. Teacher in Union School of Religion, 
1916-18; Warden of Denbigh Hall, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Nora May Mohler, Physics. 

Carlisle, Pa. A.B., Dickinson College. 1917. Graduate Scholar in Mathematics, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1917-18, and Demonstrator in Physics, 1918-19. 

Emily Lucile Moore, Biology. 

Baltimore, Md. A.B., Goucher College, 1918. 

Cora Snowden Neely, Scholar in Latin. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1918. 

Grace Wandell Nelson, Scholar in Archeology. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Wellesley College, 1917. Graduate Student, Wellesley College, 
1917-18. 

Helen McGregor Noyes, English. 

A.B., Radcliffe College, 1915. Instructor in English Composition, Brvn Mawr College, 
1917-19. 

Alice Ruth Parker, Archaeology. 

West Barrington, R. I. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1913, and A.M., 1915. Reader of 
Latin, Mront Holyoke College. 1913-15; Teacher of Latin in the High School, Hudson, 
N. Y., f915-17, in the High School, Cortland, N. Y., 1917-18, and in Phebe Anna Thorne 
Model School, 1918-19. 

Dorothy Austin Sewell, Scholar in Biology. 

Walton, N. Y. A.B., Smith College, 1916. Cornell University, 1916-17. Fellow in 
Biology, BrynMawr College, 1917-18. 

Edith Marion Smith, Scholar in Greek. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1918. 

Constance Lynch Springer, Scholar in Biology. 

Carlisle, Pa. A.B., Dickinson College, 1918. 



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Margaretta Price Stevenson, .... Social Economy and Social Research. 

Leavenworth, Kan. A.B., University of Kansas, 1918. 

Ingeborg Hannah Sundstrom, Social Economy and Social Research. 

Lindsborg, Kan. A.B., Bethany College, 1913, and A.M., University of Kansas, 1914. 
Teacher in the High School, Anthony, Kansas, 1914-15, and Kansas City, Mo., 1915-18. 

Marian Marsh Torrey, Mathematics. 

Providence, R. I. A.B., Brown University, 1916, and A.M., 1917. Teacher of Mathe- 
matics in St. Johnsbury Academy, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1917-18, and in the Phebe Anna 
Thome Model School, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Bird Margaret Turner, Mathematics. 

Moundsville, W. Va. A.B., West Virginia University, 1915, and A.M., 1916. Student 
Assistant in Mathematics, University of West Virginia, 1913-15; Graduate Student in 
Mathematics, University of West Virginia, 1914-15; and Assistant in the Summer 
School, 1915 and 1916; Principal of the High School, Moundsville, 1915-16; Graduate 
Scholar in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1916-17; Assistant Director of the Phebe 
Anna Thome Model School, 1917-18; President's European Fellow, and Reader in 
Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1918-19. 

Adeline Werner Vorys,* English, History and International Law. 

Columbus, O. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1916. Warden of Rockefeller Hall, 1918-19. 

Amey Eaton Watson, f 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. I., 1907-08; 
Instructor in the Department of Social Science, University of Utah, 1912. 

Louise Watson, History. 

A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1912. Teacher in Marshall College, Huntington, W. Va., 
1913-14; Business Manager, Bryn Mawr College, 1914-19. 

Letitia Butler Windle, History and International Law. 

West Chester, Pa. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1907. Secretary and Teacher of Mathe- 
matics, Wykeham Rise School, Washington, Conn., 1907-08; Assistant Agent, Federated 
Charities of Baltimore, 1908-09; Teacher of Mathematics in the Stevens School, Ger- 
mantown, 1909-15, and in the Gordon-Roney School, Philadelphia, 1915-16. Warden 
of Radnor Hall, 1917-19. 

Mabel Pauline Wolff, History. 

Myerstown, Pa. A.B., Barnard College, 1905; A.M., Columbia University, 1915. 

Teacher, Public School, Patton, Pa., 1905-06; Allentown CoUege for Women, 1906-07; 

Paulsboro High School, Paulsboro, N. J., 1907-11; Washington Seminary, Washington, 

Pa., 1911-14, Leominster High School, Leominster, Mass., 1915-16; Teacher in the 

Phebe Anna Thorne Model School, 1916-19. 

Margaret Woodbury, Scholar in History. 

Columbus, O. A.B., Ohio State University, 1915. Graduate Scholar in History, Bryn 
Mawr College, 1915-16, and Fellow in History, 1916-18. 



Graduate Students in Industrial Service Course. 

First Unit, June, 1918 to January, 1919. Second Unit, October, 
1918 to June, 1919. Third Unit, February, 1919, to 

October, 1919. 
Katharine Raynolds Bell, First Unit. 

Ithaca, N. Y. A.B., Cornell University, 1917. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 
1917-18. 

Marion Griswold Boalt, First Unit. 

Norwalk, O. A.B., Lake Erie College, 1904. Graduate Student, Teacher's College, Co- 
lumbia University, 1914-15, University of Chicago, summer quarter, 1917. Professor of 
History of Art, Wells College, 1905-11, Mills College, 1911-18; Instructor in House 
Planning, Mills CoUege, 1911-18. 

* Mrs. Webb I. Vorys. f Mrs - Frank D. Watson. 



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Marie Louise Borngesser, Third Unit. 

Philadelphia. B.S., in Education, University of Pennsylvania, 1918. 

Georgiana Bunton, First Unit. 

Rover, Mo. A.B., Northwestern University, 1910. Teacher of Public Speaking, Glen- 
wood, la., 1914-16, Waterloo, la., 1916-18. 

Alpha Beatrice Buse, Second Unit. 

Poison, Mont. B. S., University of Montana, 1916. 

Helen Adelia Cook, Second Unit. 

Wyalusing, Pa. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1910. Teacher of English in the High 
School, Wenatchee, Wash., 1914-18. 

Emma Gretchen Corstvet, Second Unit. 

Milwaukee, Wis. A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1918. 

Helen Rowena Davidson, Second Unit. 

North Bend, Ore. A.B., University of Idaho, 1918. Teacher of Mathematics and 
German, The High School, Reubens, Ore., 1915-16. 

Mary Dinsmore, First Unit. 

Marysville, Calif. B. L. Mills College, 1916. Law Student and C'.erk, 1915-17. County 
Woman Food Director, 1918; County Head of Women's War Drives, 1917-18. 

Estelle S. Frankfurter, Third Unit. 

Cambridge, Mass. A.B., Radcliffe College, 1918. 

Harriet Laura Herring, . . : First Unit. 

Kingston, N. C. A.B., Meredith College, 1913; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1918. Teacher 
of History in the High School, Scotland Neck, N. C, 1914-15, and in the Chowon Insti- 
tute, Murfreesboro, N. C, 1915-17. 

Carolyn Matilda Kranz, Third Unit. 

Hendersonville, Tenn. A.B., George Peabody College for Teachers, 1911. Teacher of 
Languages in the Central High School, Gallatin, Tenn., 1914-18. 

Mabel May Kroh, Third Unit. 

Moscow, Idaho. A.B., University of Idaho, 1912. Graduate Student, University of Idaho, 
1917-18. Teacher in grade schools in Idaho, 1912-15, 1916-17. 

Naomi Light, First Unit. 

Lawrence, Kan. A.B., University of Kansas, 1914, and A.M., 1915. Teacher of English in 
the High School, Osawatomie, Kan., 1915-17, and. in the High School, Atchison, Kan., 
1917-18. 

Florence Reynolds Mason, Third Unit. 

Elmira, N. Y. A.B., Elmira College, 1918. 

Catherine McCausland, Third Unit. 

Cambridge, Mass. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1918. 

Dorothy Eleanor McDowell, Third Unit. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1918. 

Bertha Morehouse, Third Unit. 

Delaware, O. A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1914. Teacher in the Government 
Schools, Porto Rico, 1912-13, and in the High School, Union Township, O., 1914-16; 
Brown Township, O., 1916-17; Franklin, O., 1917-18. 

Estelle Nisson, Second Unit. 

Santa Ana, Calif. A.B., Leland Stanford, Jr,, University, 1918. 

Helen Schuyler Opp, First Unit. 

Plymouth, Pa. A.B., Goucher College, 1909. Student, University of Pennsylvania, 
1914-17. Teacher of Mathematics and German in the High School, Kingsten, Pa., 
1910-12, and in the High School, Lewistown, Pa., 1912-13: Teacher of Mathematics in 
the West Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1913-18. 

Jeannette Carolyn Owens, First Unit. 

Lewisburg, Pa. B.B.S., Bucknell University, 1917. Teacher of Science in the High School, 
Stroudsburg, Pa., 1917-18. 



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Laura Bell Paddock, Second Unit. 

Minneapolis, Minn. A.B., University of Minnesota, 1910. Teacher of English in the 
High School, Mora, Minn., 1910-13; Principal of the High School, Delano, Minn., 
1913-1.8. 

Elinor Pancoast, Second Unit. 

Big Spring, Tex. University of Texas, 1911-13. Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1917. 
Teacher of Latin and History, in the High School, Henrietta, Tex., 1913-16; Teacher of 
Latis, in the High School, Wichita Falls, Tex., 1917-18. 

Mary Schauffler, Third Unit. 

New Philadelphia, O. A.B., Western Reserve University, 1910. Teacher in the High 
School, New Philadelphia, 1910-19. 

Evelyn Stadler, Third Unit. 

St. Louis, Mo. B.S., Missouri State University, 1907. Teacher in Grade Schools, St. 
Louis, 1915-16. 

Katharine Beatrice Stelle, Second Unit. 

Upland, Pa. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1918. 

Hallie Ula Stiles, Second Unit. 

Detroit, Mich. A.B., Albion College, Albion, Mich., 1916. Stenographer and Assistant 
Bookkeeper, 1908-12; Secretary, Y. W. C. A., Detroit, Mich., 1916-18. 

Lillian Laser Strauss,* Third Unit. 

Philadelphia. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1909. Head of the Modern Language Depart- 
ment, in the High School, Hot Springs, Ark., 1910-12; Worker in Bureau of Municipal 
Research, New York City, 1912-13; Volunteer Social Worker, 1916-19. 

Jeannette White, Third Unit. 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. A.B., University of Missouri, 1917. 

Margaret Thompson Wells WooD,f Second Unit. 

Summit, N. J. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1906. Teacher of Mathematics for College 
Entrance, Ellsworth College, Iowa Falls, Ga., 1906-08; Teacher in Gilbert School, 
Winsted, Conn., 1908-11; Vice-Principal of the High School, Derby, Conn., 1913-18. 

* Mrs. Berthold Strauss. t Mrs. Margaret Wells Wood. 



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Summary of Fellowships Awarded. 

European Fellowships. Founded by Date. Welders'' 

Bryn Mawr (for Senior Class) The Trustees 1885 30 
Mary E. Garrett (for second 

year graduates) Miss Garrett 1894 25 

President M. Carey Thomas 

(for first year graduates) Miss Garrett 1896 23 

Anna Ottendorfer Memorial Re- 
search Fellowship in Teutonic 

Philology Mrs. Anna 

Woerishoffer 1907 7ft 

Special European Fellowships. Given by. 

Bryn Mawr Research Anonymous Donor 1906 1 

Special European Anonymous Donor 1909 1 

Special European Anonymous Donor 1915 1 

Special European Anonymous Donor 1916 1 

Total number of European Fellows, omitting duplicates 87 

Founded by the Number of 

Resident Fellowships. Trustees in Holders. 

In Greek 1885 29**ft 

In Latin 1892 26 

In English 1885 30*§ 

In Teutonic Philology 1893 18ft 

In Romance Languages 1893 20§ 

In Semitic Languages 1912 3ft 

In History or Economics and Politics 1885 . 30 ft 

In Economics and Politics 1912 6§ 

In Social Research 1915 5§ 

In Philosophy or Psychology 1896 15§§ 

In Psychology 1915 3§ 

In Education 1917 2 

In Archaeology 1909 5 § 

In Mathematics 1885 26ft 

In Physics 1896 13 

In Chemistry 1893 20JJ 

In Geology 1912 6 

In Biology 1885 25ft 

Research Fellowship in Chemistry 1907 3f 

Helen Schaeffer Huff Research Fellowship 

in Physics or Chemistry, founded by an 

anonymous donor in 1913 3^f§ 

Total number of Resident Fellows, omitting duplicates 290 

Total holders of Fellowships, omitting duplicates 336 1 

* 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. 

j Of these fifty-six 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. 

tt Two students held this Fellowship for two years. 

H Three students held this Fellowship for two years. 

I § Four students held this Fellowship for two years. 

If 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 died January 18, 1880. 
By his will he left the greater portion of his estate for the purpose 
of establishing and maintaining an institution of advanced 
learning for women. In the spring of 1885 the first program 
was issued, and the college opened for instruction in the follow- 
ing 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 organize 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, — ». e., to the degree of Bachelor 
of Arta. 

(27) 



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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. Eighteen resident fellowships, of the value 
of five hundred and twenty-five dollars each, are awarded 
annually in Greek, Latin, English, Romance Languages, 
Semitic Languages and Biblical Literature, History, Philosophy, 
Psychology, Archseology, Education, Mathematics, Physics, 
Chemistry, Geology, and Biology, in Economics and Politics, 
named the Justus C. Strawbridge Fellowship, and two in Social 
Economy and Social Research, the Carola Woerishoffer Fellow- 
ships. 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 honour, 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 
half her time to the department in which the fellowship is 
awarded, and to show, by the presentation of a thesis or in 



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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 this 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 studeut 
studying 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 investigation. 

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 functions, 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 seminaries and in the halls of residence, but no 
such service may be required of them except by a written 
request from the president's office; they are not permitted, 
while holding the fellowship, to teach, or to undertake any other 



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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. They may 
undertake, while holding the scholarship, only a very limited 
amount of teaching or other paid work approved in advance 
by the President's office. 

The Margaret Kingsla^nd Haskell resident scholarship in 
English composition of the value of seven hundred and fifty 
dollars is offered in 1919-20 and in each succeeding year and in 
1920-21 and each alternate year thereafter a second scholarship 
in English composition of the same value will be offered. These 
scholarships are open to graduates of Bryn Mawr College or of 
any college of good standing under the same conditions as the 
twenty graduate scholarships mentioned above. 

A resident Intercollegiate Community Service Association 
and Bryn Mawr College joint fellowship f was established in 
1915 and is offered by the Intercollegiate Community Service 
Association and by some alumnae of Bryn Mawr College to a 
Bryn Mawr College graduate who wishes to prepare herself 
for settlement work. The value of the fellowship is $625, 
$125 of which is given by the College to meet the tuition fee. 
The holder of the fellowship is required to live in the College 
Settlement in Philadelphia and to give her entire time to the 
work of the Department of Social Economy. There is a charge 
of $7.00 a week for board and lodging in the Settlement and 
in addition to the usual charge of $125 for the graduate tuition 

* It is expected that fellows and scholars of the college will uphold the college standards 
of scholarship and conduct and give loyal support to the Students' Association for Self- 
Government. 

t The term fellowship is used here because adopted by the Intercollegiate Community 
Service Association. The condition of one year's graduate study required of candidates 
for Bryn Mawr College resident fellowships does not apply. 



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fee in Bryn Mawr College, the usual laboratory and transporta- 
tion fees. Applications may be sent to the President of Bryn 
Mawr College. 

Two additional joint fellowships of the value of $450 are 
offered by the Intercollegiate Community Service Association 
in conjunction with Smith College and Wellesley College, 
to graduates of Smith College and Wellesley College, respec- 
tively, who wish to prepare themselves for community service. 
By special arrangement with the Committee on Scholarships 
these scholarships may be held in connection with the College 
Settlement of Philadelphia and Bryn Mawr College. Smith 
and Wellesley alumna? are referred for further information to 
Miss Hilda Worthington Smith, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 

The Susan B. Anthony Memorial Research Scholarship in 
Social Economy and Social Research or in Politics, of the 
value of four hundred and fifty dollars, was founded by the 
Executors of the late Susan B. Anthony, Dr. Anna Howard 
Shaw and Miss Lucy E. Anthony, in memory of Susan B. 
Anthony's work for women's college education. The holder 
is expected to devote one-third of her time to the study of poli- 
tics and must investigate, educational, social or industrial 
conditions affecting women. 

The Robert G. Valentine Memorial Scholarship in Social 
Economy and Social Research of the value of two hundred 
dollars is offered by Mrs. Frank W. Hallowell of Chestnut Hill, 
Massachusetts, to be awarded by the President and Faculty 
of Bryn Mawr College on the recommendation of the Director 
of the Carola Woerishoffer Department of Social Economy and 
Social Research to a candidate approved by the donor. It is 
open to graduates of Bryn Mawr College or of any other college 
of good standing. 

Twelve graduate scholarships of the value of four hundred and 
five dollars each are offered, four for English, Scotch, or Irish 
women, four for French women, two for Italian women, one 
for Swiss women and one for women from Scandinavia or the 
Netherlands. Candidates are required to have a preparation 
for graduate study equivalent to that denoted by the Bache- 
lor's degree of an American college or university of acknowledged 
standing. Renewal of these scholarships for a second year 
will not be granted except in very exceptional cases. 



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Holders of the scholarships are required to be in continuous 
residence at the college and to follow regular approved courses 
of study. The scholarships are of the value of $405 and cover 
only the fees for board, residence, and tuition at Bryn Mawr 
College for one academic year. The scholarships are therefore 
equivalent in value to about £85 or 2,200 francs. In addition 
those holders of scholarships who so desire will be given an 
opportunity to teach or do some other kind of work in the 
college for not more than five hours a week and the college will 
guarantee that each scholar who wishes may in this way earn 
$100. In special cases when tutoring can be arranged for 
five hours a week throughout the year the sum earned may 
amount to $200. The scholars are not permitted to accept 
any other paid position except as arranged by the college. 
Holders of the scholarships must meet their own travelling 
expenses. 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.* 

Two special graduate scholarships in Social Economy of the 
value of $405 are offered to French women by two anonymous 
donors for the year 1919-20. These scholarships are open to 
women who wish to devote themselves to preparation in Indus- 
trial Supervision and Employment Management under the 
Carola Woerishoffer Graduate Department of Social Economy 
and Social Research. They are open for competition to all 
French women whose academic work has reached the standard 
equivalent to that denoted by the Bachelor's degree of any 
American college or university of acknowledged standing and 
whose preparation and experience especially fits them for this 
type of work. The other conditions of award are the same as 
those stated in the preceding paragraph. 

Application for resident fellowships or scholarships should be 
made as early as possible to the President of the College,! and 

* For the rates see page 39. 

t 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 shculd be addressed to the office of the Recording Dean, Bryn Mawr 
College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, U. S. A., or in the case of French students they may be 
addressed to M. Petit Dutaillis, Office Nationale des Universites et Ecoles Francaises, 96 
Boulevard Raspail, Paris. 



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must be made not later than the first 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 about 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 application, 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 
graduate student who has completed at least one year of 
graduate study at Bryn Mawr 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 proficiency in her studies or in independent 
work as to furnish reason to believe that she will be able to 
conduct independent investigations in the field of Teutonic 
Philology or German. 

Two European fellowships, founded by the late Miss Mary 
E. Garrett, of Baltimore, are open to graduate students who 
are enrolled as candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philos- 
ophy. One, founded 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 Bryn Mawr College; the other, 
founded in 1894, and known as the Mary E. Garrett Fellow- 
ship, is awarded annually on the ground of excellence in scholar- 
ship to a student still in residence who has for two years 
pursued graduate studies at Bryn 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 university, English or Continental. 
The choice of a university may be determined by the holder's 
own preference, subject to the approval of the Faculty. 



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Studies Leading to a Second Degree. 

Graduates of Bryn Mawr 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 Mawr 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 Mawr College, but to 
them only. 

The Degree of Master of Arts. 

The candidate for the degree of Master of Arts must be a 
Bachelor of Arts of Bryn Mawr College and must have worked 
as a graduate student at Bryn Mawr College for a full year* 
during which at least two-thirds of her time must have been 
devoted to advanced work in closely related lines according to 
a course of study approved by the Graduate Committee of the 
Academic Council. The candidate must submit her proposed 
course 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 May 
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 Master of Arts may 
be conferred upon graduates of Bryn Mawr College, and upon 
graduates of other colleges who shall have satisfied the Aca- 
demic Council either that the course of study for which they 
received a degree is equivalent to that for which the degree of 
Bachelor of Arts is given by Bryn Mawr 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 

* 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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Philosophy will in no case be conferred by the College as an 
honorary degree. 

Requirements. 

1. Time. — The earliest date at which the Ph.D. degree may be taken 
is three years after graduation, but the element of time is subordinate to 
the other requirements. The minimum of three years will 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 Bryn 
Mawr, and the third if not at Bryn Mawr at some other college or uni- 
versity approved by the Graduate Committee. 

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 authorized in the printed requirements. 
Certain combinations will 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 shall have power to accept subjects not specified in the list. 

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 college or university, 
the Graduate Committee shall determine the Bryn Mawr equivalents of 
the courses there taken. 

In the major subject together with the associated minor the candidate 
shall take during each of three years one journal club and two seminaries, 
or graduate courses recognized by the Graduate Committee as seminaries;* 
in the independent minor she shall take for one year two seminaries, or 
graduate courses recognized 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 courses 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 

* A course will not be regarded as equivalent to a seminary unless it requires about 
a third of the student's time. 



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the Preliminary Examination, as well as the whole of the work in the 
independent minor. All 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 light. 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 bj r the Graduate Committee; and 150 copies (including the vita), 
of which two must be bound in a specified manner, must then be supplied 
to the College. The candidate shall not be entitled to use the degree until 
her dissertation shall have been published 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 already 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 at the beginning of each semester plus an 
emergency fee of one hundred dollars payable in advance at the 
beginning of the year charged to all students except holders of 
fellowships and scholarships and students taking less than 
eight hours a week of lectures. For other graduate students who 
do not wish to devote all their 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 

* Using the application blank issued by the Graduate Committee. 

f 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 



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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 student is reg- 
istered in the college office. No reduction of this fee will be 
made on account of absence, dismissal during the currency of 
the semester, term, or year covered by the fee in question, 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 comp- 
troller's office, and must register her courses at the president's 
office within two weeks after entrance under penalty of exclusion 
from the college. Any change made later in the courses regis- 
tered must be reported immediately to the president'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 course 
after it has been definitely registered. 

Graduate students taking courses in scientific departments (Physics, 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 five dollars a semester and are also required to 
provide themselves with two 50-trip tickets between Bryn Mawr and Philadelphia costing 
$15.30. 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. 

The fee for laboratory courses in applied psychology and educational psychology is 
$5 a semester. 

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 37 
are charged in addition to the charge for tuition. 



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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 reserved 
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 in 
advance. Every student has a separate bedroom. Room-rent 
includes all expenses of furnishing, service, heating 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 



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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 
and Registrar 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 forfeited if formal notice of withdrawal is not filed at the 
office of the Secretary and Registrar on or before May first of 
the current year. 

Every applicant giving up later than the first of September the 
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 and Registrar 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 what- 
ever, even though during the currency of a semester, term, or 
year paid for in advance the student shall be dismissed. The 
applicant 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 and towels, but in every other respect 
the rooms are completely furnished. Electric reading lamps, table napkins, 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 rooms, 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 one dollar a dozen, 
or about $16 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. 50 a day or $10.50 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 resi- 
dence at the above rate. Graduate students remaining during the vacations in the neigh- 
bourhood 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 
and Registrar 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 Resident Physician of the college is in her office 



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in the college infirmary during the hours from eight to eight- 
thirty and four to five-thirty every day, except Saturday and 
Sunday, and may be consulted by the students without charge. 

Graduate students who are elected to fellowships or scholar- 
ships, or who are admitted to the college, are required to have 
a medical examination and to follow the health directions of 
the physicians of the college which will be given them after 
the examination; and holders of fellowships and scholarships 
who are reported by the physicians of the college as suffering 
from uncorrected eye trouble will be expected to take the neces- 
sary measures to correct it. 

Every student entering the college will be vaccinated unless 
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 
the student body as a whole, is in the hands of the Students' 
Association for Self-Government, which was organized in 1892. 
All persons studying in Bryn 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 Bryn Mawr Graduate Association was organized 
by the graduate students then in residence, its object being to 
further the social fife of the graduate students. A room in 
Denbigh Hall is set apart by the college to be used 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. 

Tuition for the semester, payable on registration : 

For one hour* a week of lectures $ 10 . 00 

For two hours a week of lectures % 20 . 00 

For three hours a week of lectures $ 30 . 00 

♦See footnote, page 36. Graduate students are also charged a fee of SI. 50 a year 
for the support of the athletic grounds. 



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For four or five hours a week of lectures $ 40 . 00 

For six or more hours a week of lectures $ 62 . 50 

Room-rent for the academic year, payable on registration $ 50.00 

Board for the semester payable on registration SI 12. 50 

Total expenses for the academic year: 

Tuition fee, for six or more hours a week of lectures $125.00 

Room-rent $ 50.00 

Board $225.00 

Infirmary fee $ 5 . 00 

Emergency charge $100.00 

Total for tuition, residence, and infirmary care for the academic year . . $505.00 
Laboratory fees for the academic year $10 to $36 

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. 

The Students' Loan Fund of Brtn M.vwr 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 ot those 
students only who have attended courses in the college for at least one year. The Fund is 
managed by a committee consisting of the President of the college and representatives of 
the Alumnse Association of Bryn Mawr College. The committee reports yearly to the 
Board of Trustees and to the Alumnse Association. The committee consists of the follow- 
ing members: President M. Carey Thomas; Miss Martha G. Thomas, Secretary and 
Treasurer, Bryn Mawr College; Miss Doris Earle, Chestnut Hill, Pa.; Miss Mary Christine 
Smith, 1108 Spruce Street, Philadelphia; Miss Alice Dudley Patterson, Chestnut Hill, 
Philadelphia; Miss Elizabeth Yamall Maguire, 3813 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. Con- 
tributions may be sent to any member of the committee. Applications for loans should 
be sent to the Treasurer of the committee, and all applications for any given year 
should be made before May 1st of the preceding academic year. 

Libraries. 

The fact that the college is situated in the suburbs of Philadel- 
phia 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 library has been collected within the past thirty- 
three years, and is designed to be, as far as possible, a library 
for special study. There are at present on its shelves about 
ninety 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 may be found on 
pages 51 and 75. 

The sum of about seven thousand dollars is expended yearly 
for books under the direction of the heads of the several col- 



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legiate departments, and, in addition to many gifts of books, 
about twenty thousand dollars has been presented to the library 
during the past ten years for expenditure in special departments. 
Over four hundred publications and reviews in the English, 
Greek, French, Italian, Spanish, German, and Swedish lan- 
guages, are taken by the library, as follows: 



General and Miscellaneous Periodicals. 



Abhandlungen der Koniglichen Bayeri- 
schen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu 
Miinchen. 
*Amherst Graduates' Quarterly. 

Annales Politiques et LittSraires. 

Athenaeum. 

Atlantic Monthly. 

♦Biblioth^que de la Faculty des Lettres 
de l'Universite' de Paris. 

Bookman. 

Bookman (English). 

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. 

Cumulative Book Index. 

Deutsche Rundschau. 

Dial. 

Drama. 

Les Ecrits Nouveaux. 

Edinburgh Review. 

English Review. 

La Esfera. 

Fortnightly Review. 

Forum. 

Gottingische Gelehrte Anzeigen. 

Harper's Monthly Magazine. 

Harvard Graduates' Magazine. 

L'lllustration. 

Independent. 

Jahresverzeichniss der an den deutschen 
Schulanstalten erschienenen Abhand- 
lungen. 
♦Johns Hopkins University, Circulars. 

Larousse Mensuel Illustre. 

Library Journal. 

Literary Digest. 

Living Age. 
tMemorial de la Libraire Francaise. 

Mercure de France. 

Mind and Body. 



♦Monthly Bulletin of the Carnegie Library 

of Pittsburgh. 
Miinchener allgemeine Zeitung. 
Mundo Grafico. 
Nachrichten von der Koniglichen Gesell- 

schaft der Wissenschaften, Gottingen. 
Nation. 

Nation (English). 
Neue Rundschau. 
New Country Life. 
New France. 
New Republic. 
New Statesman. 
New York Times Index. 
Nineteenth Century. 
North American Review. 
Notes and Queries. 
Nuevo Mundo. 
Nuova Antologia. 
Outlook. 
♦Pennsylvania Library Notes. 
Preussische Jahrbiicher. 
Public Affairs Information Service, 

Bulletin. 
Publishers' Weekly. 
Punch. 

Quarterly Review. 

Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature. 
Review of Reviews. 

Revue Critique d'Histoire et de Liter- 
ature. 
Revue de Paris. 
Revue des Deux Mondes. 
Revue Politique et Litteraire; Revue 

Bleue. 
Saturday Review. 
Scientia. 

Scribner's Magazine. 
Sewanee Review. 
Sitzungsberichte der Koniglichen Bayeri- 

schen Akademie der Wissenschaften. 
Sitzungsberichte der Koniglichen Preussi- 

schen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu 

Berlin. 
Spectator. 



* Presented by the Publishers. 



t Suspended publication. 



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Der Turmer. 
tTipyn o' Bob. 

♦University of California, Publications. 
♦University of Colorado, Studies. 
♦University of Missouri, Studies. 
♦University of Nebraska, Studies. 



♦College News, Bryn Mawr. 
♦Home News, Bryn Mawr. 
London Times. 



♦University of Nevada, Studies. 
♦University of Texas, Studies. 
♦University of Washington, Studies. 

Die Woche. 

World's Work. 



Newspapers. 



New York Times. 
Philadelphia Public Ledger. 
La Prensa. 



Art and Archceology. 



American Journal of Archaeology. 

Art and Archaeology. 

Art in America. 

Boletin de la Sociedad Castelana a Excur- 

siones. 
Boletin de la Sociedad Espafiola a 

Excursiones. 
British School at Athens, Annual. 
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of 

Art, New York, 
Burlington Magazine. 
Denkmaler der Malerei des Altertums. 
Ephemeris Archaiologike. 
Gazette des Beaux Arts. 
Jahrbuch des Kaiserlich deutschen archao- 

logischen Instituts. 
Jahreshefte des osterreichischen archao- 

logischen Instituts in Wien. 



Journal of Hellenic Studies. 
Journal international 

numismatique. 
Journal of the American 

Architects. 
Mittheilungen und Nachrichten des Deut 

schen Palastina Vereins. 
Mittheilungen des Kaiserlich 

archaeologischen Instituts, 

Abteilung. 
Mittheilungen des Kaiserlich 

archaaologischen Instituts, 

Abteilung. 
♦Museum of Fine Arts Bulletin, Boston 
Notizie degli Scavi di Antichita. 
Revue Archeologique. 
Rivista d'arte. 
Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palastina 

Vereins. 



d'archgologie 



Institute of 



deutschen 
Athenische 

deutschen 
Romische 



Economics and Politics. 



♦Advocate of Peace. 

All Opinions of the U. S. Supreme Court. 
♦American Association for International 
Conciliation, Publications. 

American City. 

American Economic Review. 
♦American Economist. 

American Federationist. 

American Journal of International Law. 

American Municipalities. 

American Political Science Review. 
♦The Americas. 

Annalist. 

Annals of the American Academy of 
Political and Social Science. 

Bibliographie der Sozialwissenschaften. 
♦Blatter fur zwischenstaatliche Organiza- 
tion. 
♦Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, 
Economics and Political Science Series. 



Canadian Municipal Journal. 

City Plan. 

City Record, Boston. 

Columbia Law Review. 

Columbia Studies in History, Economics 

and Public Law. 
♦Congressional Record. 
♦Cooperative Consumer. 
Economic Journal. 
Equity. 
Great Britain, Quarterly List of Official 

Publications. 
Handbuch der offentliohen Reohte. 
Harvard Law Review, 
tlnternational Socialist Review. 
Jahrbiicher fur Nationalokonomie und 

Statistik. 
Johns Hopkins University Studies in 

Historical and Political Science. 
Journal of Political Economy. 



♦ Presented by the Publishers. 



t Suspended publication. 



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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. 

Minnesota Municipalities. 

Municipal Journal. 

Modern City. 

Municipal Research. 

National Municipal Review. 

Political Science Quarterly. 

Proceedings of the Academy of Political 

Science. 
Publications of the American Economio 

Association. 



Quarterly Journal of Economios. 

Revue Bibliographique. 

Searchlight on Congress. 
♦Single Tax Review. 

Suffragist. 

♦University of Pennsylvania Publications, 
Series in Political Economy and Pub- 
lic Law. 

Yale Review. 

Zeitschrift fur Volkswirtschaft. Sooial- 
politik u. Verwaltung. 



Social Economy and Social Research. 



♦Advance. 

American Industries. 

American Journal of Sociology. 

American Labor Legislation Review. 
*American Pressman. 
♦Bakers' Journal. 
♦Broom-maker. 

Bulletin of the International Labour Office. 

Bulletin of the National Tuberculosis 
Association. 

Bulletin of the National Society for Voca- 
tional Education. 
♦Bulletin of the New York State Depart- 
ment of Labor. 
♦Carpenter. 

Charity Organization Review. 

Child Labor Bulletin. 
♦Commercial Telegraphers' Journal. 

Community Center. 

Economio World. 
♦Electrical Worker. 
♦Elevator Constructor. 

Engineering News-record. 

Eugenics Review. 

Factory. 

Filing. 
♦Garment Worker. 
♦Glove Workers' Monthly Bulletin. 
♦Granite Cutters' Journal. 

Housing Betterment. 

Industrial Arts Index. 

Industrial Management. 

Industrial News Survey. 
♦Institution Quarterly. 
♦International Bookbinder. 

International Marine Engineering. 
♦International Steam Engineer. 

Iron Age. 

Journal of Criminal Law. 

Journal of Delinquency. 
♦Journeyman Barber. 

Journal of Heredity. 



♦Journal of the Cigar Makers' International 
Union. » 

Journal of the Outdoor Life. 

Labor Bulletin of the Massachusetts 
Bureau of Statistics. 

Labor Gazette. 
♦(The) Lather. 
♦Leatherworkers' Journal. 

Life and Labor. 
♦Longshoremen. 
♦Machinists' Journal. 
♦Miners' Magazine. 
♦Mixer and Sower. 

Nation's Business. 

100%, The Efficiency Magazine. 

(The) Organizei. 
♦Patternmakers' Journal. 

Playground. 

Proceedings of the National Conference of 

Social Work. 
♦Progressive Labor World. 
♦Public Health, Michigan. 

Publications of the Amerioan Statistical 
Association. 
♦Railway Clerk. 

Seaman's Journal. 
♦Shoeworkers' Journal. 

Social Hygiene. 

Social Hygiene Bulletin. 

Social Service Review. 
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Survey. 

System. 
♦Tailor. 

♦Textile Worker. 
♦Tobacco Workers' Journal. 
♦Trade Union News. 

Transactions of the American Child Hy- 
giene Association. 
♦Typographical Journal. 
♦U. S. Bureau of Immigration, Publications, 
♦U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bulletin 



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*U. S. Bureau of the Census, Publications. 
*U. S. Children's Bureau, Publications. 
♦University of Illinois, Studies in Social 

Sciences. 
♦University of Minnesota, Studies in Social 

Sciences. 



Vocational Guidance Bulletin. 
Women's Industrial News. 
Women's Trade Union Review. 
♦Woodcarver. 



Education. 



fBerichte der Dalcroze Schule. 

Education. 

Educational Review. 

Educational Times. 

Elementary School Journal. 

English Journal. 

History Teacher's Magazine. 

Journal of Educational Psychology. 

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. 

Revue Internationale de l'Enseignement 
Sup6rieur. 

Revue Universitaire. 

School and Society. 

School Journal. 

School Review. 

School Science and Mathematics. 

Supplementary Education Monographs. 

Teachers' College Record. 
*U. S. Bureau of Education, Bulletin. 
♦University of California Publications, 
Education. 

Zeitschrift fiir Padagogische Psychologie. 

Zeitschrift fiir Schulgesundheitspflege. 



History. 



American Historical Association, Reports. 
American Historical Review. 
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. 
Revolution Francaise. 
Revue des Etudes NapolSoniennes. 
tRevue des Questions Historiques. 
Revue Historique. 
Round Table. 

Royal Historical Society, Transactions. 
Selden Society, Publications. 



Philology and Literature, Classical. 



tBulletin Bibliographique et P6dagogique 
du Musee Beige. 

Classical Journal. 

Classical Philology. 

Classical Quarterly. 

Classical Review. 

Classical Weekly. 

Commentationes Philologae Jenenses. 

Dissertationes Philologicse Halenses. 

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. 

Hermes. 

Jahresbericht iiber die Fortschritte der 
Klassischen Altertumswissenschaft. 

Journal of Roman Studies. 
tLe Mus6e Beige, Revue de Philologie 
Classique. 



Mnemosyne. 

Philologische Untersuchungen. 

Philologus. 

Quellen und Forschungen zur lateinischen 
Philologie. 
tRevue de Philologie. 

Revue des fitudes grecques. 

Rheinisches Museum fiir Philologie. 

Rivista di Filologia. 

Sokrates. 

Studi Italiani di Filologia Classica. 
tStudi Storici per l'Antichita Classica. 

Wiener Studien, Zeitschrift fiir klassische 
Philologie. 

Wochenschrift fiir klassische Philologie. 



♦ Presented by the Publishers. 



t Suspended publication. 



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Philology and Literature, General and Comparative. 



American Journal of Philology. 

Berliner philologische Wochenschrift. 
tEranos. 

Indogermanische Forschungen. 

Journal of English and Germanic Philol- 
ogy. 

Journal of Philology. 

Neue Jahrbiicher fur das klassische Alter- 
tum, Geschichte und deutsche Literatur. 



Philological Society, LondoD, Publications. 
Transactions of the American Philological 

Association. 
Zeitschrift fur die ostei reichischen Gym- 

nasien. 
tZeitschrift, fiir vergleichende Sprachfor- 

schung. 



Acta Germanica. 

Anglia. 

Anglistische Forschungen. 
fAnnales Romantiques. 
fArchiv fiir das Studium der neueren 

Sprachen. 
fArehivio Glottologico Italiano. 

Arkiv for Nordisk Filologi. 

Beiblatt zur Anglia: Mitteilungen iiber 
englische Sprache und Litteratur. 

Beitrage zur Geschichte der deutschen 
Sprache und Literatur. 

Bibliographical Society of America, Pub- 
lications. 

Bibliographical Society of London, Trans- 
actions. 

Bonner Studien zur englischen Philologie. 

British Society of Franciscan Studies. 

Bulletin hispanique. 

Chaucer Society Publications (both series) . 

Deutsche Literaturzeitung. 

Deutsche Texte des Mittelalters. 

Dialect Notes. 

Early English Text Society, Publications 
(both series). 

English Leaflet. 

Englische Studien. 

Euphorion. 

Forschungen zur Neueren Literaturge- 
schichte. 

German American Annals. 

Germanisch-romanische Monatsschrift. 

Giornale Storico della Letteratura Italiana. 

Goethe Jahrbuch. 

Henry Bradshaw Society, Publications. 

Jahrbuch der deutschen Shakespeare 
Gesellschaft. 

Jahrbuch des Vereins fiir niederdeutscbe 
Sprachforschung. 

Jahresbericht iiber die Erscheinungen auf 
dem Gebiete der germanischen Philo- 
logie. 

Kieler Studien zur englischen Philologie. 



Philology and Literature, Modern. 

Korrespondenzblatt des Vereins fiir nieder" 



deutsche Sprachforschung. 
fKritischer Jahresbericht iiber die Fort- 
schritte der romanischen Philologie. 

The Library. 

Literarische Echo. 

Literarisches Centralblatt. 

Literaturblatt fiir germanische und roman- 
ische Philologie. 
fLe Mattre phone'tique. 

Malone Society, Publications. 

Materialen zur Kunde des alteren Engli- 
schen Dramas. 

Modern Language Notes. 

Modern Language Review. 

Modern Language Teaching. 

Modern Philology. 

Munchener Beitrage zur romanischen und 
englischen Philologie. 

Palaestra. 

Poet-lore. 

Praeger deutsche Studien. 

Publications of the Modern Language 
Association. 

Quellen und Forschungen zur Sprach- und 
Kulturgeschichte der germanischen 
Volker. 

Rassegna Bibliografica. 

Revue Celtique. 

Revue d'Histoire Litt6raire de la France. 
tRevue Germanique. 

Revue Hispanique. 

Romania. 

Romanic Review. 

Romanische Forschungen. 

Schriften der Goethe Gesellschaft. 

Scottish Text Society, Publications. 

Soci6t6 des Anciens Testes Francais, Pub- 
lications. 

Soei6t6 des Textes Francais Modernes, 
Publications. 

Studien zur englischen Philologie. 



t Suspended publication. 



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University of North Carolina. Studies 

in Philology. 
Wiener Beitrage zur englischen Philologie. 
Yale Studies in English. 
Zeitschrift fur den deutschen Unterricht. 
Zeitschrift fiir deutsche Philologie. 



Zeitschrift fur 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 Review. 
Journal of the Society of Oriental Research. 
fProceedings of the Society of Biblical 
Archaeology. 

Philosophy and 

American Journal of Psychology. 

Annee psychologique. 

Archiv fiir die gesammte Psychologic 

Archiv fiir Geschichte der Philosophie. 

Archiv fur systematische Philosophie. 

Archives de Psychologic 

Archives of Psychology. 
fBehavior Monographs. 

Berichte tiber den Kongress fur experi- 
mentelle Psychologie. 

British Journal of Psychology. 

British Journal of Psychology: Mono- 
graph Supplements. 
tBulletin de l'lnstitut Psychologique. 

Fortschritte der Psychologie. 

Hibbert Journal. 

International Journal of Ethics. 
tJournal de Psychologie. 

Journal fiir Psychologie und Neurologie. 

Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 
tJournal of Animal Behaviour. 

Journal of Applied Psychology. 
tJournal of Experimental Psychology. 

Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and 
Scientific Methods. 

Journal of Religious Psychology. 

Mind. 



tRecueil de Travaux relatifs a la Philologie 
et a l'Archeologie egyptiennes et 
assyriennes. 

tZeitschrift fiir agyptische Sprache und 

Altertumskunde. 
Zeitschrift fiir Assyriologie. 

Psychology. 

Monist. 

Philosophical Review. 

Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. 

Proceedings of the Society for Psychical 
Research. 

Psychological Bulletin. 

Psychological Clinic 

Psychological Review. 

Psychological Review; Monograph Sup- 
plements. 

Psychological Review; Psychological In- 
dex. 

Psychologische Arbeiten. 

Psychologische Studien. 

Revue de M6taphysique. 
tRevue de Psychotherapie. 

Revue philosophique. 

Training School Bulletin, Vineland. 
♦University 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. 

Anglican Theological Review. 

Biblical World. 

Expositor. 

Expository Times. 

Harvard Theological Review. 
{Herald of Gospel Liberty. 



Religion. 

{Indian's Friend, 
tlntercollegian. 
Journal of Biblical Literature. 
Journal of Theological Studies. 
Proceedings of the Society of Biblioal 
Archaeology. 
♦Publications of the American Jewish 
Historical Society. 
Religious Education. 



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t Suspended publication. 



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Revue biblique. 
♦Spirit of Missions. 
♦Student World. 



♦Woman's Missionary Friend. 
♦World Outlook. 



Science, General. 



American Journal of Science. 

Atti della Reale Accademia delle Scienze 
di Torino. 

British Association for the Advancement 

of Science, Reports. 
♦Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, 
Science Series. 

Comptes Rendus des Seances de 1' Aca- 
demic des Sciences. 

International Catalogue of Scientifio Lit- 
erature. 
♦Kansas University, Science Bulletin. 

Nature. 
♦New York State Museum Bulletin. 

Philosophical Magazine. 



of 



Philosophical Transactions of the Royal 

Society of London. 
Proceedings of the American Philosophical 

Society. 
Proceedings of the National Academy of 

Sciences. 
Proceedings of the Royal Society 

London. 
Science. 

Scientifio American and Supplement. 
Scientific Monthly. 
♦Technology Review. 
♦U. S. National Museum, Publications. 
♦University of Missouri Studies, Science 

Series. 



Science, Biology. 



American Anthropological Association, 

Memoirs. 
American Anthropologist. 
American Journal of Anatomy. 
American Journal of Physiology. 
American Naturalist. 
Anatomischer Anzeiger. 
Archiv fur Anatomie und Physiologie. 
Archiv fur die gesammta Physiologie. 
Archiv fiir Entwicklungsmechanik der 

Organismen. 
Archiv fiir mikroskopische Anatomie. 
Bibliographia Physiologica. 
Biological Bulletin. 
Biologisches Centralblatt. 
Biometrika. 

Botanisches Centralblatt. 
Centralblatt fiir Physiologie. 
Eugenics Laboratory Memoirs. 
Genetics. 

♦Illinois Biological Monographs. 
JahrbGcher fiir wissenschaftliche Botanik. 
Journal de Physiologie. 
Journal of Biological Chemistry. 
Journal of Endocrinology. 
Journal of Experimental Medicine. 
Journal of Experimental Zoology. 



Journal of General Physiology. 
Journal of Genetics. 
Journal of Morphology. 
Journal of Physiology. 
Journal of the Royal Microscopical 
Society. 
♦Midland Naturalist. 
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical 

Science. 
Stazione Zoologica di Napoli, Pubblioa- 
zioni. 
*U. S. Public Health Service, Publications. 
♦University of California Publications, 

Physiology. 
♦University of California Publications, 

Zoology. 
♦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. 
♦Wilson Bulletin. 
Zeitschrift fiir wissenschaftliche Zoologie. 
Zoologischer Anzeiger. 



Science, Geology, and Geography. 



Centralblatt fiir Mineralogie. 
Economio Geology. 
Geographical Journal. 



Geological Magazine. 
Geologisches Centralblatt. 
♦Georgia Geological Survey Bulletin. 



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♦Illinois Geological Survey Bulletin. 
Journal of Geography. 
Journal of Geology. 
Meteorologische Zeitschrift. 
Mineralogical Magazine. 
Mineralogiache und petrographische Mit- 

theilungen. 
National Geographic Magazine. 
Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, Geologie 

und Palgeontologie. 



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 l'Ecole Normale 

Supfirieure. 
Annali di Matematica. 
Astrophysical Journal. 
Beiblatter zu den Annalen der Physik. 
Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesell- 

schaft. 
Bibliotheca Mathematica. 
Bollettino di Bibliografia e Storia delle 

ScieDze Matematiche. 
Bulletin de la Socie'te' Chimique de France. 
Bulletin de la Socie'te' Mathematique. 
Bulletin des Sciences Mathematiques. 
Bulletin of the American Mathematical 

Society. 
Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics. 
Chemisches Zentralblatt. 
Giornale di Mathematiche. 
Jahrbuch fiber die Fortschritte der 

Mathematik. 
Jahresbericht der deutschen Mathematiker 

Vereinigung. 



Journal de Chimie physique. 

Journal de Mathematiques. 

Journal de Physique. 

Journal fur die reine und angewandte 
Mathematik. 

Journal fur praktische Chemie. 

Journal of the London Chemical Society, 

Journal of Physical Chemistry. 

Kolloidzeitschrift. 

Mathematische Annalen. 

Messenger of Mathematics. 

Monatshefte fur 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 fur anorganische Chemie. 

Zeitschrift fur Elektrochemie. 

Zeitschrift fur Mathematik und Physik. 

Zeitschrift fur physikalische 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 
275,000 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 



* Presented by the Publishers. 



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Library is open from nine a. m. to five-thirty 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 sub- 
scriptions 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 214,078 
volumes. Private subscription, $5.00 a year for two separate 
works at a time. 

The Library of the Academy of Natural Sciences, which contains 
about 81,000 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 University of Pennsylvania, which contains 
about 475,000 volumes and 50,000 pamphlets. The custodians 
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 
550,000 volumes and 265,000 pamphlets, and is at all times 
open to the students for consultation. 

The American Philosophical Society Library, which contains 
over 67,000 volumes, admission by card. 

The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Library, which con- 
tains over 140,000 bound volumes, and 300,000 pamphlets, is 
for reference 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 Comparative Philology and Sanskrit. 

Graduate Courses. 

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 philology 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 



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of view 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 
Aryan 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 syntax 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 throughout 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 hour3 a week throughout the yoar. 

Selected texts are read: the Bhagavad-Gitd; Kalidasa's Cakuntald., Acts I and II, with 
a careful study of the Prakrit; selected hymns of the Atharvaveda. During the second 
semester the course is conducted as a seminary, with use of the native commentaries. 

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 Biblical 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 seminaries 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 



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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 page 106. 

No undergraduates are admitted to graduate courses. 

Dr. Sanders conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Greek Seminary. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1918-19 Greek Orators is 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 
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 Antiphon, Andocides, Lysias, Isocrates, Isaeus, iEschines, Hypereides, 
and Demosthenes. The classical library is well equipped with works on the orators. 

In 1919-20 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'a history, the syntax and style of 
Thucydides, the history of early prose, Greek historical inscriptions. 

In 1920-21 Attic Tragedy will be the subject of the seminary. The work of the sem- 
inary in textual criticism is devoted to ^Eschylus. 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 1918-19 the Homeric Question is the subject of the seminary; the work consists 
of a review of the discussions of the Homeric poems since the publication of Wolf's 
Prolegomena. The various tests that have been applied to the poems by archaeologists, 
linguists, historians of myths, and aesthetic critics are taken up and criticized in detail. 

In 1919-20 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 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 recommended. 



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In 1920-21 Plato will be the subject of the seminary. The work is mainly hteiary 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 familiariz- 
ing the students with the achievements of scholarship and the general field of Platonic 
literature up to the present day. Every member of the seminary should provide herself in 
advance with a complete 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 Courses. 

Dr. Sanders offers in 1918-19 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students : 

jEschyhlS, Oresteia. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

Fourth Century Critics. 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 1919-20 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 

Minor Orations of the Attic Orators. Two hours a week during the first semester. 
Sophocles, Oedipus Tyrannus. One hour a week during the first semester. 

iEschylus, Agamemnon. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Greek Prose Composition and the Evolution of Style. 

One hour a week during the second semester. 

Dr. Sanders offers in 1920-21 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 Rhetoricians and Greek Prose Composition. 

One hour a week during the second semester. 
Bacchylides. One hour a week during the second semester. 

Euripides, Bacchai. One hour a week during the second semester 



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Dr. Wright offers in 1918-19 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students: 

Palatine Anthology. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

Sophocles, AjctX. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Dr. Wright offers in 1919-20 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 1920-21 the following post-major courses, 
open to graduate students : 

Theocritus. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

iEschylus, Septem or Lucian. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Free Elective Courses. 

Dr. Wright offers in each year the following free elective 
courses : 

History of Greek Literature. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Greek Religion and Greek Myths. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

This course is supplementary to Greek and English literature and to Oriental and 
Classical Archaeology and treats of the development of Greek religion, the attributes of 
the Olympian Gods, such as Zeus and Apollo, their ritual, and the influence on literature 
of Greek myths. 

Literary Geography of Greece and Asia Minor, 

Two hours a week during the second semester. 

This course traces not only the literary legends of "famous sites such as Athens, Thebes, 
Troy and Constantinople, but also theii political history. 

Latin. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Arthur Leslie Wheeler, Professor of Latin, Dr. Tenney 
Frank, Professor of Latin, and Dr. Mary Hamilton Swindler, 
Instructor in Latin and Archaeology. 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate work in Latin is 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 courses in Latin are varied 
from year to year in three series, Roman Lyric Poetry, Elegy, and Comedy, 
and Roman Epic Poetry, Cicero's Correspondence, and Epigraphy. Stu- 
dents electing Latin as a major subject for the degree of Doctor of Phil- 



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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 journal 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 necessary. 
No undergraduates are admitted to graduate courses. 

Dr. Wheeler conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Latin Seminary. Three hours a week throughout the year- 

In 1918-19 Latin Comedy is the subject of the seminaiy. 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, 1892-1904, 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 Cornmoedce, edited by S. G. Ashmore, Oxford University 
Press, New York, 1908, is a convenient commentary. 

In 1919-20 Roman Lyric in the Period of the Republic will be the subject of the seminary. 
After a rapid survey of the fragmentary lyric remains of the predecessors and contem- 
poraries of Catullus, 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 V eronensis liber, Leipsic and Berlin, 1908 (Teubner). 

In 1920-21 Roman Elegy as represented by Tibullus, Propertius, and Ovid will be the 
subject of the seminary. In addition to a careful study of selected poems an effort is made 
to trace the history of elegy among the Romans. The various topics connected with the 
Bubject are treated in detail as far as time permits, and the students are encouraged to 
familiarize themselves with the best literature in editions, periodicals, and dissertations. 
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 Sextus Propertius, 
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 1918-19 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 especially 
to extend the student's acquaintance with the Roman civilization of Cicero's day. 

In 1919-20 selected topics in Roman literature will be studied. The work consists of 
studies in the beginnings of the Roman epic, tragedy, and prose. The students read 
reports on special subjects assigned to them. A study of Latin syntax may be 
substituted. 

In 1920-21 Latin Epigraphy and Palaeography is 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 Inscriptiones Latinae 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. 



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Dr. Wheeler, Dr. Frank and Dr. Swindler 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 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the 
following post-major coarse, 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 poetio 
diction. Each student is required to prepare papers and reports on assigned topics in 
each semester. 

Dr. Wheeler offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 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. Frank offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the follow- 
ing post-major courses, open to graduate students: 

The Life and Works of Vergil. Three hours a week during the first semester. 

The larger part of the Aeneid, two books of the Georgics and some of the minor poems are 
read and discussed. 

Latin Prose Composition. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Roman Prose of the Empire. Three hours a week during the second semester. 

Selections from Velleius, Seneca, Quintilian, Tacitus, Suetonius, Apuleius, and Minu- 
cius Felix are read. 

Dr. Frank offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the follow- 
ing post-major courses, open to graduate students: 

LucretlUS and Catullus. Three hours a week during the first semester. 

Selections from the De Rerum Natura and from the lyrics of Catullus are read. 

Latin Prose Composition. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Cicero and Csesar. Three hours a week during the second semester. 

An effort is made by means of lectures, discussions, and extensive reading to gain an 
intimate acquaintance with the literary work and the political careers of Cicero and Casar. 



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Modern Languages. 

Professors and instructors: Dr. M. Carey Thomas, Dr. Fonger 
DeHaan, Miss Lucy Martin Donnelly, Dr. Karl Detlev Jessen, 
Dr. Regina Katharine Crandall, Dr. Eunice Morgan Schenck, 
Dr. Samuel Claggett Chew, Dr. Jean Baptiste Beck, Dr. 
Howard James Savage, Mr. Samuel Arthur King, Dr. Howard 
Rollin Patch, Madame Claude Riviere, Dr. Agnes Rutherford 
Riddell, Miss Esther Cloudman Dunn, Miss Emily Gifford 
Noyes, Miss Helen McGregor Noyes, Dr. Margaret Steel 
Duncan, Dr. Mary Agnes Quimby, Miss Carolina Marcial 
Dorado, Miss Margaret W. Watson, Dr. Esther Parker Ellinger 
and Miss Eva Alice Worrall Bryne. 

English. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction 
of Dr. M. Carey Thomas, Professor of English, Miss Lucy 
Martin Donnelly, Professor of English, Dr. Regina Katharine 
Crandall, Professor of English Composition, Dr. Samuel Clag- 
gett Chew, Associate Professor of English Literature, Dr. 
Howard James Savage,* Associate Professor of Rhetoric and 
Director of the Work in English Composition, Mr. Samuel 
Arthur King, Non-resident Lecturer in English Diction, Dr. 
Howard Rollin Patch, Associate in English Philology, Miss 
Esther Cloudman Dunn, Instructor in English Composition 
and Acting Director of First and Second Year English Compo- 
sition, Miss Emily Gifford Noyes, Miss Helen McGregor Noyes, 
Miss Margaret W. Watson and Dr. Esther Parker Ellinger, 
Instructors in English, and Miss Eva Alice Worrall Bryne, 
Reader in English. 

Graduate Courses. 

There are offered each year graduate seminaries and courses in English 
literature and in English language, and these seminaries and courses 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 English literature includes the direction of private reading 
and the assignment of topics for investigation. The graduate courses 
in literature presuppose at least as much knowledge as is obtained in the 
two years' course of undergraduate lectures on English literature and in 

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one of the literature courses 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 English major. All students 
offering English as a subject for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy must 
have taken at least the equivalent of the composition 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 English 
philology as the associated minor and those who offer English philology as 
a major subject must offer English literature 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. 

Miss Donnelly conducts in alternate years the following 
graduate seminary: 

Seminary in English Literature. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1918-19 Eighteenth Century Prose is the subject of the seminary. Swift, Addi- 
son, and Steele are studied. Attention is given to their relations to both contemporan' 
politics and literature. 

In 1920-21 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 discussed. 

In 1922-23 Donne and Milton will be the subject of the seminary. They will be studied 
in their relation to such contemporary influences as Platonism and the Church and Puri- 
tanism and in especial to the sources and development of poetical style in the seventeenth 
century. 

Miss Donnelly will offer in each year special assignments of 
reading and reports for foreign students who have come intend- 
ing to stuchy American literature and to prepare for examinations 
in it abroad. 

Dr. Chew conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in English Literature. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1918-19 the earlier Romantic Period is the subject of the seminary. The poetry of 
Blake and Burns; the revival of interest in the popular ballads; the novel between Sterne 
and Scott; and the drama of the period are among the subjects considered. 

In 1919-20 the seminary will study various aspects of English Literature during the 
reign of Victoria. 

In 1920-21 the plays of Jonson, Webster, Middleton, and Dekker will be studied. 

Dr. Crandall conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Seminary in English Composition. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The chief business of the seminary is the discussion and criticism of the students' own 
writing. Its aim is to make familiar and apply the principles and standards of criticism 



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that have developed with the development of literature; the subject of study in each year 
is adapted to the purpose and interests of the students. 

In 1918-19 the seminary studies the manner of writers cf biography and memoirs, 
among others Boswell, Lord Morley and Henry Adams. 

In 1919-20 the subject of the seminary will be historical writing and will include a study 
of the manner of Gibbon, J. R. Green, Motley, Parkman and other historians. 

In 1920-21 modern fiction, English, French and Russian, will be the subject of the 
seminary. 

Dr. Patch conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary: 

Seminary in Middle English. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1918-19 the Beginnings of English Drama is 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 is studied. In considering the morality plays 
their connection with mediaeval allegories, debates, and didactic treatises is 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 1919-20 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, Arthurian cycle, romances of Germanic 
origin, Charlemagne cycle. Special investigations of problems relating to the romances 
are undertaken from time to time by the members of the seminary- 

In 1920-21 the seminary will study Th'e 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. Patch offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the fol- 
lowing graduate courses : 

Beowulf. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course begins with a careful textual study of the Beowulf. After discussing the 
problems of editing, a general survey of Beowulf criticism is presented including theories 
as to the composition of the poem, and an inquiry into its historical and mythological 
elements. In this connection a study is also made of the other pieces of Anglo-Saxon 
heathen poetry. 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. 

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. The students will examine various documents of the different periods 
to discover evidence of the operation of linguistic principles. 

Dr. Patch offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 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 



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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. Savage offers in 1919-20 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. 

Miss Donnelly, Dr. Chew, Dr. Crandall, Dr. Savage, and 
Dr. Patch 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 
a>nd critical articles. 

The following advanced undergraduate courses may be 
attended by graduate students: 

Miss Donnelly offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 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, and Keats. Their works are discussed in class in 

connection with questions of poetics and literary theory and reports are required from 

students attending the course. 

Dr. Chew offers in each year the following course : 
English Critics of the Nineteenth Century. 

Five hours a week during the first semester. 

Carlyle, Ruskin, Huxley, Arnold, Pater and Morley are studied with regard to their 
influence upon the thought of their time. A report is required from each student attending 
this course. 

Dr. Chew offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the fol- 
lowing course: 

English 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 century is fol- 
lowed by moie detailed study of the poets of the later period. 

Dr. Chew offers in 1918-19 and again in 1919-20 and 1921-22 
the following course: 

English Drama. Five hours a week during the first semester. 

This course comprises a survey of the early drama, close study of the Elizabethan and 
Jacobean dramatists, and an introduction to the later periods of the drama. A report is 
required from each student attending this course. 



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Dr. Chew offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the following 
course: 

English Literature from Dryden to Johnson. 

Five hours a week during the second semester . 

The Poets from Butler to Thomson; tne essayists; the philosopheis from Hobbes to 
Hume; and the beginnings of the English novel are the chief subjects studied in this 
course. A report is required from each student attending the course. 

Dr. Chew offers in 1920-21 and again in 1922-23 the following 
course : 

English Literature from Bacon to Milton. 

Five hours a week during the first semester. 

The Authorized Version cf the Bible; late Elizabethan and Jacobean Prose; the poets 

following Spenser and before Milton; and 1 elated matters such as the Witch Controversy 

and the political pamphlets of the time are among the chief topics in this course. A report 

is required from each member of the class. 

Dr. Patch offers in 1918-19 and again in 1919-20 the following 
course : 

Middle English Romances. Five hours a week during the second semester. 

Selected romances in Middle English are read by the members of the class. The lectures 
deal with the development of Romance literature in Europe with special reference to the 
romances of the Arthurian cycle, and the discussion includes a review of the development 
of mediaeval themes in later periods. 

Dr. Patch offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the fol- 
lowing course: 

Shakespeare. Five hours a week dwiing the second semester. 

A careful study is made of a number of Shakespeare's plays, selected with a view to 
illustrating his earlier and later work. The plays usually chosen are: King Lear, Henry IV- 
Pait I, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, and The Temp st. Some of the more general problem* 
connected with these plays are discussed in introductory lectures and various topics are 
taken up such as the principles of tragedy and comedy, the use of allegory and the develop- 
ment of Shakesperian criticism. 

Dr. Patch offers in 1920-21 and again in 1922-23 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 (Wyatt and Chambers' text) and the first 
two-thirds of the poem is read with the class. 

Dr. Patch offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the follow- 
ing course: 

Middle English Poetry, Chaucer. Five hours a week during the first semester. 

The course begins with an outline of Middle English grammar sufficient to enable the 
students to read ordinary texts intelligently. Lectures are given on the development of 



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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. Crandall offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the fol- 
lowing elective courses: 

Daily Themes. Two hours a week during the first semester. 

Short papers on subjects chosen by the students themselves are required from each 
student and discussed in the class. 

Criticism. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The course includes a study of the principles of criticism and the writing of critical 
expositions, the essay, and kindred forms. 

The Short Story. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Versification. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

Dr. Crandall offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the fol- 
lowing elective courses: 

The Short Story. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The course deals with various forms of narrative, more especially the short story, and 
includes a study of the work of representative authors, both English and French. 

Versification. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The course is not historical but theoretical and practical. Students are required to 
write short exercises in verse every week. 

Argumentation. Two hours 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. 

Dr. Savage offers in 1919-20 the following 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 the theory of the drama, 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 1920-21 the following course: 
English Fiction in the Nineteenth Century. 

Fixe 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 1921-22 the following course: 

Materials and Methods of Teaching Composition. 

Two hours a week during the second semester 

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- 



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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. 

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 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 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 work. 

Mr. King offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 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. 

Romance Languages. 

French. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Eunice Morgan Schenck, Associate Professor of French; 
Dr. Jean Baptiste Beck, Associate Professor of Mediaeval 
French Literature; Madame Claude Riviere, Associate in 
French, and Dr. Margaret Steel Duncan, Instructor in Spanish 
and French. 

Graduate Courses. 

Ten hours a week of seminary work and graduate lectures are offered 
each year to graduate students of French, accompanied by the direction 
of private reading and original research. The courses covering the field 
of Old and Modern French Language and Literature are arranged to form 
a triennial cycle. The work of each year centres around one main topic 
to be studied as a part of the history of French literature in its various 
relations to general literature and civilization of the period concerned. 
Students may enter a seminary in any year and pursue it during three 



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or more consecutive 3^ears. The members of the seminaries report on 
subjects 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 Philosophy 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 list of approved independent minors will be found in the Regulations 
of the Academic Council. In the major together with the associated 
minor the student must offer two seminaries and a journal club for three 
years. 

Dr. Schenck conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in Modern French Literature. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1918-19 the subject of the seminary is Nineteenth Century Drama. After a rapid 
survey of the theatre of the eighteenth century a careful study is made cf the drama of 
Hugo, Dumas pere, Vigny, and Musset, and the extent of the influence of Shakespeare on 
French romantic drama. The rise and development of realistic comedy are studied and 
the course closes with an examination of Post-Realism, Symbolism, and Contemporary 
French drama. 

In 1919-20 the subject of the seminary will be Romanticism and Realism. The origins 
of romanticism will be examined in the rise of "le cosmopolitisme litteraire," in eighteenth 
century French literature and especially in the works of Rousseau and Madame de Stael. 

A parallel study of the theories undeilying literary and historical realism will be made in 
connection with Taine, Renan, Zola, and Maupassant. 

In 1920-21 the subject of the seminary will be Phases of Romanticism in the Nineteenth 
Century as illustrated by Hugo, Gautier, and Flaubert. A special study is made of the 
origin and development of the theory of L'art pour I'art. 

Dr. Beck conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 

Seminary in Mediaeval French Literature. 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 
The work expected of graduate students in the seminary in Mediaeval French Litera- 
ture consists of a palaeographical analysis of the original manuscripts, a cursory inter- 
pretation of the texts, a review 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 literary research. The courses 
in other Romance Languages (Italian 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 Seminary in Romance Philology, 
unless she has already taken a corresponding course. 

In 1918-19 the Evolution of Dramatic and Epic Literature from the twelfth to the 
sixteenth century is studied in the seminary: the development of actual stage drama 
from the primaeval liturgical ceremonies, these and the epic parts of Scripture in relation 
to the Mysteres; the dramatic elements contained in mediaeval lyrics, such as the Aubes, 
Pastoureles, Jeux-Partis and in the dialogue forms of certain types, such as the Chansons 
a danse; the primitive Opera comique, a combination of lyrics and epics: Aucassin et 
Nicolete, Robin et Marion, le Jeu de St. Nicolas, etc. The work of the second semester 
is devoted entirely to a systematic study of the origin and development of Old French 
epios in the light of Bedier's work. 



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In 1919-20 the subject of the seminary in Mediaeval French Literature is the Origin 
of French Literature from the earliest documents to the twelfth century. 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 lyric poetry is derived from the Tropes 
and Sequences of St. Martial de Limoges and of St. Gall, the Epic Poetry from the Lives 
of the Saints and the dramatic literature from the Liturgy of the Church. The absolute 
unity of mediaeval art in the conception of the authors and artists 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. 

In 1920-21 the subject of the seminary will be Rabelais' Gargantua et Panlagruel. 

Dr. Beck offers in each year the following graduate courses: 

Old French Philology. Three hours a week throughout the year, 

Histoiical Grammar of Old French, followed by Critical Reading of Old French texts, 
in their chronological order, chosen from the most representative geDres and dialects, 
including Anglo-Norman. Students of Old French Philology should be provided with 
E. Monaci's Facsimili di Documenli per la storia delle lengue e dtlle htterature Romanze, 
Nyrop, Grammaire hisloriqut, de la Langue Frangaise, Vol. 1, and K. Bartsch, Chrestomathie 
rft VAncien Frangais. This course is equivalent to a full seminary and counts as such. 

Introduction into the study of Romance Philology. 

One hour a wet k throughout the year. 

Derivation of the Romance Languages, chiefly Old French, Old Italian and Old Spanish. 

This course is planned to meet the needs of all students of Romance Languages whether 
they are specializing in French, Italian or Spanish. It will require two hours of work a 
week in addition to the hour of lecture. Graduate students taking the graduate course in 
Old French Philology or the graduate language courses in Italian and Spanish who have not 
had this course or its equivalent are strongly advised to take it at the same time, and will 
be given an allowance of three hours in the work required to make these courses equivalent 
to seminaries. The two combined courses will be equivalent to a full seminary and will 
count as such. 

Dr. Beck offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 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. 

Dr. Beck offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 one of the 
following graduate courses : 

Old Provencal. One hour a week during the first semester. 

Histoiical Grammar of the Old Provencal language. 

Old Provengal Literature. One hour a week during the second semester. 

The evolution from the Tropes and Sequences of the Troubadour-Lyrics and earliest 
Provencal Drama. 



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The Influence of Mediaeval Latin Poetry upon Romance 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. 

Advanced Old French Philology. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The influence of Medieval Latin upon the formation of the Old French literary language 
is studied. After an introduction to Mediaeval Latin philology, the linguistio value of 
mediaeval grammars, glosses, commentaries and interlinear translations is examined. 

This course is open only to graduate students who have already taken the graduate 
course in Old French Philology and the Seminary in Mediaeval French Literature or their 
equivalents. 

Madame Riviere offers in each year the following graduate 
course : 

Modern French Literature. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The method used in advanced literary instruction in France and known as the " Explica- 
tions dt textes" will be employed, students being iequired to give oral lessons and to write 
many short papers. 

In 1618-19 seventeenth century authors are studied. 

In 1919-20 authors of the eighteenth century will be studied. 

In 1920-21 the period selected will be the sixteenth century. 

Dr. Schenck, Dr. Beck, Madame Riviere, Dr. Riddell, Miss 
Dorado, and Dr. Duncan 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 previous 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. 

Post-Major Courses. 

Dr. Schenck offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the 
following post-major course, open to graduate students: 

Modern French Drama. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

The course begins with a study of the plays of the Romantic period, and traces the 
development of French drama throughout the nineteenth century to the present day. 
A special study is made of the modern tendencies represented by Brieux, Maeterlinck, 
and Paul Claudel. The course is conducted by means of lectures, class-room discussion, 
and reports. 



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Dr. Schenck offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the 
following post-major course, open to graduate students: 

The Short Story (Nouvelle) in the Nineteenth Century. 

Three 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, Merimee, and Gautier. The lectures of 
the second semester treat the development and modification of realism by Flaubert, Zola, 
Daudet, Coppee, Loti, Bourget, France, and others, while a careful study of the technique 

of the nouvelle is made in connection with Maupassant. 

Madame Riviere offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the 
following post-major course, open to graduate students: 

Evolution of French Lyric Poetry. 

Two hows a week throughout the ytar. 
The origins of modern French lyric poetry aie discussed with special emphasis on the 
poets of the 'P16iade." The romantic movement, l'Ecole du Parnasse, and the later 
nineteenth century poets are also studied. 

Madame Riviere offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the 
following post-major course, open to graduate students: 

The Evolution of the French Essay. Two hours a week throughout the ytar. 

The authors studied are Montaigne, Pascal, la Rochefoucauld, La Bruyere, Diderot, 
Voltaire, Renan, Sainte Beuve, Taine, etc. 

Italian. 

The instruction in this department is given by Dr. Agnes 
Rutherford Riddell, Associate in 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 Philology as an associated minor. For the 
list of approved independent minors see the Regulations of the Academic 
Council. 

Dr. Riddell offers in each year the following graduate sem- 
inary : 

Seminary in Italian Literature. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1918-19 the subject of the seminary is the Development of the Drama. The early 
drama, the commedia deli' arte, the drama of the eighteenth century, and the modem 
drama are studied. 

In 1919-20 the subject of the seminary will be the Development of the Novel. The 
popular tale, the novella, and other manifestations of the story form will be studied. 
Special attention will be paid to the modern novel. 



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In 1920-21 the subject of the seminary will be the Heroic Epic, with special study of 
Ariosto and Tasso. 

If necessary, modifications will be made in the woik of the seminary to meet the special 
requirements of students presenting themselves for it. 

Dr. Riddell offers in each year the following undergraduate 
courses open to graduate students: 

Introductory Italian. Five hours a week throughout the year. 

This course is specially designed to enable students (a) to read modern Italian and 
to write simple Italian; (6) to read Dante as soon as possible. The reading of Dante 
will, it is hoped, be begun before the end of the first semester. Some practice is also 
given in speaking Italian. 

Lectures on the History of Italian Literature. 

Three hours a week throughout the year. 

Reading from Petrarch, Boccaccio, Boiardo, Ariosto, Castiglione, Tasso, Goldoni, 
Alfieri, Manzoni, Leopardi, Caiducci and others. The influence of Italian on other litera- 
tures, especially English literature. 

Reading and Composition. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

Reading of modern plays and short stories by D'Annunzio and others. Composition in 
Italian. 

Spanish. 

The instruction in this department is given by Dr. Fonger 
DeHaan,* Professor of Spanish, Miss Carolina Marcial Dorado, 
Instructor in Spanish, and Dr. Margaret Steel Duncan, Instruc- 
tor in French and Spanish. 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate seminary in Spanish is varied from year to year in order 
that it may be pursued by a student for consecutive years. Students elect- 
ing Spanish as a major subject for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy are 
required to offer French Philology as an associated minor. For the list of 
approved independent minors see the Regulations of the Academic Council. 

Dr. DeHaan* offers in each year the following graduate 
course : 

Spanish Philology. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The work of the course will consist of a study of Spanish philology and readings in Old 
Spanish. The course occupies one-third of the student's time and is counted as equivalent 
to a seminary. 

* Granted leave of absence for the years 1917-19, 



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The following graduate seminary is offered in each year: 

Seminary in Spanish. Three hours a week throughout the yeat . 

In 1919-20 the origins of the Spanish novel will be studied. 

In 1920-21 Tirso de Molina, the plays, will be the subject of the seminary. 

The following undergraduate courses, open to graduate 
students, are offered in each year : 

First Year. 

Spanish. Five hours a week throughout the i/mr. 

The object of this course is to give beginners a good knowledge of modern Spanish. 
The first weeks are given to the essentials of grammai; exercises at fiequent intervals 
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 gieater propoition of the time is given to reading; novels and plays in 
prose aie read and attention is paid to conversation. This course is conducted in 1918-19 
by Miss Dorado and Dr. Duncan in two sections. 

Second Year. 

Spanish. , Five hours a week throughout the year. 

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. This course is conducted in 1918-19 by Miss Dorado four hours a week and by 
Dr. Duncan one hour a week. 

German. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Karl Detlev Jessen, Professor of German Literature, and Dr. 
Mary Agnes Quimby, Instructor in German. 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate courses offered in German philology may be found under 
the head of General Teutonic Philology. * 

Graduate work in 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 required of students who offer German literature 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 Philosophy 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 

* Owing to the small number of students electing courses in German temporary arrange- 
ments will be made for instruction in the courses offered in Teutonic Philology. 



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together with the associated minor the student must offer two seminaries 
and a journal club for three years. A list of approved independent minora 
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. 

It is hoped that the students will become familiar in the seminary with the methods 
of scientific literary criticism and investigation. 

In 1918-19 the Romanticism of early modern German literature is studied in the 
seminary. 

In 1919-20 topics from the classical period of German literature will be studied. Alterna- 
tive subjects of study will be Luther and the Humanists or Nietzsche. 

In 1920-21 Goethe will be the subject of study in the seminary. 

Dr. Jessen offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 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. 

Leotures are given on Deutsche Poetik and Stilistik. 

Dr. Jessen offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 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- 
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 Essa3 r . One 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, English, 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 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 Faust-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 giving an introduction into Goethe-philologie. 

Dr. Jessen conducts 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. 



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Post-Major Courses. 

Dr. Jessen offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the follow- 
ing post-major courses, open to graduate students: 

Lectures on the History of German Literature from the Romantic School 

to 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 Weltschmerz, and the political 
revolution; the novel of Jungdeutschland; the drama of Heinrich von Kleist; the works of 
the Schlegels, Tieck, Holderlin, Jean Paul, Novalis, Uhland, Lenau, Heine, Immermann, 
Freiligrath, Herwegh, Gutzkow, Morike, and Gotthelf, are the principal topics discussed. 

German Drama in the Nineteenth Century, continuation of the Romantic 

movement. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

The drama of Heinrich 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 literature is defined, as well as the significance of Grabbe and Raimund. This 
leads to Otto Ludwig and to Friedrieh 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, Wildenbruch, Sudermann, Hauptmann, and of other 
modern writers. 

Dr. Jessen offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the follow- 
ing post-major courses, open to graduate students: 

German Literature from 1850 to the present time. 

Two hours a week during the first semester. 
The subject of this course is, in the first semester, the Epigonen-Literatur. The develop- 
ment of the modern German Novelle is discussed and Keller's, Storm's, and C. F. Meyer's 
works are specially studied. A full account of the poets of the Miinchener Schule is given, 
in particular of Richard Wagner, Reuter, Groth, Freytag, Spielhagen, Scheffel, Raabe, 
Geibel, Heyse, and Schack. 

German Literature from 1850 to the present time (continued). 

Two hours a week during the second semester. 
In the second semester among the subjects discussed are the influence of French, Russian, 
and Scandinavian literatures, especially of the work of Zola and Ibsen on German literature; 
modern German realism and naturalism as represented by Fontane, Anzengruber, Wilden- 
bruch, Hauptmann, Sudermann, Liliencron, and Rosegger; the increased importance of 
women in literature, and the work of Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach, Louise von Francois, 
Ricarda Huch, Helene Bohlau, Isolde Kurz, Clara Viebig and others; the significance of 
Nietzsche for German life and literature; neo-romanticism and Heimatsdichtung. 

Dr. Jessen offers in each year the following post-major course, 
open to graduate students : 

Advanced Critical Reading. One hour a week throughout the year. 

Tho reading is selected from works discussed in the post-major lectures on literature. 
The students give reports on dramas or novels, the object of the discussion being to traoe 
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. 



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The following *post-maj or courses open to graduate students 
are given when the time of the department permits: 

Elementary Middle High German. One hour a week throughout the year. 

This course has been arranged primarily for undergraduate students who wish to be 
able to read the Middle High German classics in the original. Paul's Mittelhochdeutsche 
Grammatik (8th edition, Halle, 1911) and Hartmann von Aue's Der arme Heinrich are 
used. 

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 understanding and feeling for written and spoken German. 
Attention is paid to the needs of students intending to teach German. 

General 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. 
The following graduate seminary is offered* in each year: 

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 1918-19 Old High German texts such as Merseburger Zaubersprilche, Muspilli, and 
Hildebrandslied are studied in the first semester. The many problems that these texts 

* See footnote, page 69. 



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offer and the various attempts to solve them are discussed. In the second semester modern 
High German texts is the subject of the seminary. 

In 1919-20 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 1920-21 the seminary is devoted to High German texts from the fourteenth to the 
seventeenth century. The material is 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 Muller's Quellen- 
schriften und Geschichte des deutschsprachlichen Unterrichts, John Meier's Neudrucke alterer 
deutscher Grammatiken, etc. They are selected to illustrate the development of Modern 
High German. If it seems advisable Old Saxon texts (Heliand and Genesis) are also studied. 

The order of these seminary subjects may be changed in accordance with the require- 
ments of the students in any particular year. 

The following graduate courses are offered* in each year: 
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 

lexts. 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 
manuscripts. 

Students of Middle High German should be provided with Paul's Mittelhochd. 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 is 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 

* See footnote, page 69. 



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Norse sounds and forms are studied and compared with those of the Gothio 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 Altisl&ndisches Elementarbuch (Heidelberg, 1913) and 
some of the Islendinga sogur (Altnordische Saga-Bibliothek) and Hildebrand-Gering'a 
(3rd 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. Wisen, 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. 

The following graduate courses are offered* in 1918-19 and 
again in 1920-21: 

Old Saxon. Two hours a week during the second semester. 

The work presupposes on the part the students a sufficient knowledge of Gothic and 
Old High German. Holthausen's Altsdchsisches Elementarbuch (Heidelberg, 1900) or 
GalleVs Altsdchsische Grammatik (2nd ed., Halle, 1910), Heliand (Behaghel's edition), 
and Zangemeister-Braune's Bruchstilcke 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 Biihnenaussprache, will be discussed. 

The following graduate courses are offered* in 1919-20 and 
1921-22: 

Old High German. Two hours a week throughout the yoar. 

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 ia 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. 

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. A course 
in Sanskrit is offered which is specially recommended for students of 
Teutonic philology. 

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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 Biblical Literature and 
Semitic Languages. 

The college was particularly fortunate in securing in the year 
1892 the library of the late M. Arthur Amiaud, of Paris. While 
M. Amiaud was especialby eminent as an Assyriologist, he was 
also prominent as a general Semitic student. His library 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, Syriac, and Assyrian 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. Mr. Albert J. Edmunds presented to the 
college in 1907 his library of 500 volumes on the history of 
religion. The contents of these libraries, together with the 
books already owned by the college and those easily accessible 
in neighbouring libraries, 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 Assyrian to become familiar with original documents. 

Graduate Courses. 

The graduate courses in Semitic languages are varied from year 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 in the examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy are 
required to spend in Semitic work half their time for at least three years. 

The work of the department is so arranged that students may specialize 
in Hebrew or Assyrian. Students who offer Hebrew or Assyriology as the 
major subject in the examination for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
must possess a knowledge of the grammatical forms of five Semitic lan- 
guages and in this enumeration Syriac 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 
hours a week will be given in each year, the courses being selected accord- 
ing to the needs of the graduate students. Graduate students may enter 
in any year of the four years' course, as there will be afforded each year 
an opportunity for graduate students to begin Hebrew. 

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Dr. Barton offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the 

following graduate courses: 

Semitic Seminary. 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 seminary the students are trained in textual criti- 
cism through the use of the ancient versions. 

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. This course is given in the fourth year of the study of 
Semitic 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. 

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 divided 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 poetry, 
Arabic geographers, or South Arabic inscriptions. In Aramaic, one of the following sub- 
jects may be selected: a comparative study of the Syriac Versions of the Gospels, the 
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. 

Egyptian. ■ One hour a week throughout the year. 

The elements of Egyptian and Coptic grammar are taught, and some texts in eaoh 
language interpreted. 

Seminary in Oriental Archaeology. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The work of this course may be devoted to the archaeology 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. 

Dr. Barton offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the fol- 
lowing graduate courses : 

Semitic Seminary. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The work of the seminary is continued as given in 1918-19. 

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 



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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. A course»in Greek equivalent to the major 
course in Greek in Bryn Mawr College is required of students taking this seminary. 

Seminary in the History of Religion. One hour a week throughout the year. 

The work of this seminary may be carried on in either of the following ways: By means 
of lectures, reports, and discussions the principal features of primitive religions are 
ascertained, and the principal civilized religions studied with special reference to origin, 
historical development, and religious point of view. The time may be devoted to investigat- 
ing problems connected with one religion. 

Elementary Semitic Languages. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course may be devoted to the elements of Hebrew, or of Aramaic (Syriac and 
Jewish Aramaic), or Assyrian, or Arabic according to the needs of the students. The 
time may, if necessary, be divided between two of these languages. 

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. 

Dr. Barton offers each year one of the following free elective 
undergraduate courses in biblical literature; the course selected 
by the greater number of students will be given : 

History of the Old Testament Canon. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In this course the history of the composition of the books of the Old Testament and 
their collection into a canon are studied. Special attention is given to the literary form and 
purpose of each book. 

History of the New Testament Canon. Two hours 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 reading is assigned in 
the New Testament and in modern literature concerning it. 

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 topics. 
The course is illustrated by photographs of the most important places connected with 
the live3 of Christ and St. Paul. 

History of Christian Doctrine. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In the first semester the study is devoted to the Old Testament conceptions of God, 
Sin, and Redemption, and to Christianity 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. 

The Religions of the World. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

The course begins with a study in primitive religions of certain fundamental conceptions. 
The great historical religions of the world are then studied in outline with special reference 
to the origin, development, and fundamental ideas of each. 



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Dr. Barton offers in each year the following free elective 
undergraduate courses in Oriental History, which taken together 
cover the great civilizations of Asia and North Africa: 

History of the Near East. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

This course treats in broad outlines the history and civilization 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, Sabaans, 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 civilization of the world. The course concludes with a study 
of the Arabic caliphates, and of Mohammedan civilization. The lectures are illustrated 
by archaeological specimens and by photographs. Either semester may be elected sepa- 
rately. 

History of the Far East. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

This course treats in outline the history of China, India, and Japan from the earliest 
times to the present. It aims to acquaint the student with the origin, development, and 
principal features of the civilizations of those lands. 

History. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Howard Levi Gray,* Professor of History, Dr. William 
Roy Smith,f Professor of History, Dr. Charles Wendell David, 
Associate Professor of European History, and Dr. Anna Lane 
Lingelbach, Lecturer in History. 

Graduate Courses. 

Three distinct seminaries, two in English and European history and 
one in American 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 graduate 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 1918-19 England in the sixteenth century is the subject of the seminary. The 
agrarian problem and the disorder connected with it, the increase of royal power at the 

* Granted leave of absence for the year 1918-19. The courses announced by Dr. Gray 
were offered by Dr. Lingelbach in 1918-19. 

t Granted leave of absence for the year 1919-20. The courses announced by Professor 
William Roy Smith will be given by an instructor whose appointment will be announced 
later. 



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expense of the old nobility, the rise of a new nobility, the renunciation by the English 
church of papal authority with the consequent administrative and dogmatio changes, 
the commercial and colonial ambitions of England, and the conflict with Spain receive 
attention. 

In 1919-20 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 attitude of government and people 
toward the church, the causes of the Peasants' Revolt of 1381, the rise of a native merchant 
class, and the composition and power of Parliament will receive attention. Contemporary 
chronicles and state papers are the bases of study. 

In 1920-21 the subject of the seminary will be England in the fifteenth century. The 
development of the art of war, the legislation of Lancastrian and Yorkist parliaments, 
the prosperity of towns and merchants, the influence of the Burgundian connection, and 
the effects of the Wars of the Roses are examined. 

Dr. William Roy Smith* conducts in each year the following 
graduate seminary : 

Seminary in American History. Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1918-19 the Revolution, the Confederation, and the Constitution are the subjects 
of study. American history from 1776 to 1789 is discussed primarily from the looal 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 1919-20 the seminary will deal with the Civil War and Reconstruction. Special stress 
will be laid upon the social, economic, and political reorganization of the South, the North 
and the West and also of the nation as a whole during the period from 1861 to 1877. 

In 1920-21 the subject of the seminary will be slavery and the negro problem. After a 
preliminary survey of the history of slavery in the colonial period such topics as the slavery 
compromises of the constitution, the growth of slavery in the South, the abolition of the 
slave trade, the Missouri Compromise, the anti-Slavery movement, nullification, the 
Mexican War, the Wilmot Proviso, the compromise measures of 1850, the Kansas-Nebraska 
bill, the Dred Scott decision, the abolition of slavery, and the adoption of the thirteenth, 
fourteenth, and fifteenth amendments are discussed. Special attention is paid to the 
oonflict between sectionalism and nationalism and the connection between slavery, terri- 
torial expansion, and the development of constitutional theories. 

All 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. David conducts in each year the following graduate 
seminary : 
Seminary in Mediaeval and Modern European History. 

(Not given in 1919-20.) 

Two hours a week throughout the year. 

In 1918-19 the subject of the seminary is the French Revolution and Napoleon. Topics 
are selected for special study either from the revolutionary or from the Napoleonic period, 
with a view to illustrating various kinds of historical problems and gaining an adequate 
working knowledge of the principal printed sources and of the more important secondary 
writers. 

In 1919-20 the subject of the seminary will be England during the transitional period of 
the late eighteenth and early nineteenth cenfciries. Special attention will be paid to the 
prospect of reform in England at the outbreak of the French Revolution, to the effect of the 
struggle with France and Napoleon upon England, and to the reform movement after 
the overthrow of Napoleon. 

* See footnote, page 78. 



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In 1920-21 the subject of the seminary will be during the twelfth century. Special 
attention will be paid to the reigns of Henry I and Henry II, to institutional and cultural 
developments, and to English continental possessions and connections. 

Dr. David 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; archives and MSS.; the work and rank 
of leading historians of the modern 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 in history during 
their first year of graduate study. 

Dr. Gray, Dr. William Roy Smith, Dr. David, and Dr. 
Lingelbach, conduct in each year the historical journal club. 

Historical Journal Club. Two hours once a fortnight throughout 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 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 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 required. 

Dr. Gray offers in 1920-21 and again in 1922-23 the follow- 
ing post-major course, open to graduate students: 

England under the Tudors. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

Attention will be given to the character of Tudor absolutism, parliamentary and local 
government, dynastic ambitions, foreign trade, the prosperity of the towns, and the yeomen, 
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 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 
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 State$, 
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 discussion and report. 



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Dr. William Roy Smith offers in 1919-20* and again in 1921- 
22 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. David offers in 1918-19 the following post-major course, 
open to graduate students : 

The French Revolution and Napoleon. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

This course treats of the histoiy of France and of Europe from 1789 to 1815, by means 
of lectures, assigned readings, and reports. The period is considered as an organic whole 
and the career of Napoleon is regarded as that of a child of the Revolution who in his 
later years abuses what has made him. The increasing mass of secondary material is 
appraised and some printed documentary material is used for reports and references. 

Economics and Politics. 

The instruction in this department is under the direction of 
Dr. Marion Parris Smith, f Professor of Economics and Politics, 
Dr. Charles Ghequiere Fenwick, Professor of Political Science, 
and Miss Marjorie Lome Franklin, Instructor in Economics and 
Politics. 

Graduate Courses. 

Three seminaries, one in economics and two in political science, 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 degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 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. 

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 1918-19 the Tariff, Currency and Banking in the United States are the subjects of 
the seminary. 

* See footnote, page 78. 

t Granted leave of absence for the year 1919-20. . The courses announced by Professor 
Marion Parris Smith for the year 1919-20 will be given by an instructor whose appointment 
will be announced later. 



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In 1919-20* the subject of the seminary will be Taxation, Banking and Railroad Finance 
since 1900. 

In 1920-21 the Theories and Problems of Distribution and the agencies in modern social 
life that effect the distribution of wealth are studied. Special attention is paid to wage 
problems, profit sharing, various plans for controlling large scale production, land 
reforms, and income and excess profits taxation. 

In 1921-22 Economic Theory and Economic History in the United States from 1790 to 
1850 will be studied. 

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 1918-19 Constitutional Questions involved in Modern Economic and Social Problems 
are the subject of the seminary. The chief economic and social problems of 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 dealing with those 
subjects. As an introduction the various theories relating to the proper functions of the 
state are discussed. 

In 1919-20 Comparative Constitutional Government will be the subject of the seminary. 
The object will be to compare and contrast the several forms of constitutional government 
represented by the United States, Great Britain, France and Germany, together with a 
study of the new constitutional governments of Russia, Czecho-Slovakia, and China, if 
proper material be available. Among the questions raised will be the location of sovereign 
power, the authority of the constitution, the restrictions placed by the constitution upon 
the governing bodies, and the protection afforded by the constitution to the rights of 
individuals and minorities. 

In 1920-21 the Constitutional Law of the United States will be the subject of the sem- 
inary. 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 govern- 
ments, 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. 

Miss Franklin conducts in each year the following seminary: 

Seminary in Municipal Government. Three hours a week throughout the year. 

This seminary deals with the structure and functions of modern municipal government. 
The legal relation of the city to the state, city charters, various types of city government, 
including the commission and city-manager forms, are considered in the early part of the 
course. A study of modern municipal administration follows, including municipal finance 
and budgetary problems, city planning, housing, public health and sanitation, franchises 
and public utilities. The discussion of modern agencies for research in city government is 
supplemented by practical field work at the Philadelphia Bureau of Municipal Research. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith, Dr. Fenwick, and Miss Franklin 
conduct in each year the economics and politics journal club. 
Economics and Politics Journal Club. 

Two hours once a fortnight throughout th* year. 

At the meetings recent books and articles are reviewed and the results of special inves- 
tigations presented for discussion, comment, and criticism. 

* See footnote, page 81. 



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Post-Major Courses. 

Dr. Marion Parris Smith offers in 1918-19 and again in 
1920-21 the following post-major course, open to graduate 
students : 

American Economic and 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- 
lation; the development of city life; the problems of country life; immigration, the race 
problem; problems of food distribution and marketing, cost of living, etc. 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 1919-20* and again in 
1921-22 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, the 
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. Fenwick offers in 1918-19 and again in 1919-20 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. 

Dr. Fenwick offers in 1920-21 the following post-major 
course, open to graduate students : 
. Constitutional Law of the United States. 

Two 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 decision! 
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 decision* 
relating to social and economic questions. 

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 con- 

*See footnote, page 81. 



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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 court cases bearing on the subject. The course is 
open only to students who have pursued a course in economics and politics or in history for 
at least five hours a week for a year. 

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 
lasting 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 Economy and Social Research, Miss 
Angie Lillian Kellogg, Instructor (and Associate elect) in Social 
Economy and Social Research ; Miss Anna Bezanson, Instructor 
in Social Economy and Social Research; and Miss Gladys 
Louise Palmer, 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, Psychology, Education, and Philosophy: Dr. Marion 
Parris Smith, Professor of Economics; Dr. Charles Ghequiere 
Fen wick, Professor of Political Science; Miss Marjorie Lome 
Franklin, Instructor in Economics and Politics; Dr. Theodore 
de Leo de Laguna, Professor of Philosophy; Dr. James H. 
Leuba, Professor of Psychology; Dr. Clarence Errol Ferree, 
Professor of Experimental Psychology; Dr. Gertrude Rand, 
Associate in Experimental and Applied Psychology; Dr. 
Matilde Castro, Professor of Education; Dr. David Hilt 
Tennent, Professor of Biology, and Dr. Ellen C. Potter, Lec- 
turer in Social Hygiene. The seminaries and courses given by 
these instructors and enumerated below are specially adapted 
for students of Social Economy and Social Research. 



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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 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 Bryn Mawr College 
major course in economics, politics, psychology, philosophy, 
or history, and also preliminary work in psychology 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 the remaining one-third 
to practical work and investigation in her chosen field. Stu- 
dents entering the department are expected to pursue the 
work throughout one year at least. After one year of work 
in this department one-half year may be given to a practicum 
in residence in a social service institution, in connection with 
a social welfare or community organization, in a federal or 
state department of Labour and Industry, in a federal or state 
employment office, or in a manufacturing or mercantile estab- 
lishment in Philadelphia, New York, New England, or else- 
where, during which time the practical work and special reading 
and research will be supervised by the instructor in charge of 
the practicum and the head of the institution, department or 
business firm. 

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-opera- 
tion of the Philadelphia social agencies, federal and state departments and 
manufacturers and merchants to secure for its students definite affiliations 
with practical work in the fields chosen by them. 'This has led in the 
years 1915-18 to an arrangement for co-operative work with the College 
Settlement, the Municipal Court, the Society for Organizing Charity, 
the Women's Trade Union League, the Social Service Departments of the 
University of Pennsylvania Hospital, the Bryn Mawr Community Center, 
the Massachusetts Minimum Wage Commission, the Federal Children's 



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Bureau, the Children's Aid Society, the Consumers' League, the Seybert 
Institution, the White- Williams Foundation, the U. S. Employment 
Service, and the State Department of Labour and Industry. 

The following business firms have afforded opportunity for practical 
work in industrial supervision and employment management in or near 
Philadelphia: 

The American Pulley Company, The Atlantic Refining Company, The 
Barrett Company, Bell Telephone Company, Edward G. Budd Manu- 
facturing Company, A. M. Collins Company, Curtis Publishing Company, 
Henry Disston & Sons Company, Eddystone Munitions Works, General 
Electric Company, Hog Island, Link Belt Company, MacArthur Brothers, 
Midvale Steel Corporation, Miller Lock Company, Notaseme Hosiery 
Company, Pennsylvania Railroad, Fayette R. Plumb Company, J. B. 
Stetson Company, Sutro Hosiery Company, John Wanamaker. 

Graduates of colleges other than Bryn Mawr College that 
have completed the required preliminary work in Economics, 
Political Science and Psychology and are able to study for one 
year only will receive certificates stating the courses they have 
satisfactorily completed. As the degree of Master of Arts is 
conferred only on graduates of Bryn Mawr College it is hoped 
that this certificate 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