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The Class of 1929 
Smith College 




BAKER-JONES-HAUSAUER, INC. 
BUFFALO, N. Y. 



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"DEDICA TION 



1 o Irving Francis Wood 

who has developed the religious 

thought of the college with the 

creative sympathy of a 

true leader. 




Foreword 



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O keep alive the memory of these years 
for ourselves ana for our friends/ 
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Thou'st made the world too beautiful this year. 
/My soul is all but out of mc — let fall 
No burning leaf: prithee let no bird call. 

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Miss Barbour 

Of course, we could never begin to tell all she has done for us. For one thing, it is too 
personal a matter, since she has been so much a part of us. It has been four years now, 
and we wish it were four years more; in fact, four years ago we wished it could be eight — 
or more than eight. But then we were so dazed by our good fortune in having her at all 
that we forgot to give thanks to the Powers that be. And now we are so dazed at the 
thought of not having her — oh, when were four years ever so short ! 

We find it impossible to catalog what she has done; we dislike such balancing and 
evaluating. But if we were asked to name her greatest contribution — too cold a word 
really — we should sigh and say, "Advice." And we should recall class meetings, majors, 
conferences, office-hours, course cards, petitions — a hopeless maze to which she alone knew 
the solution. When we consider how many majors she has launched and how many she has 
put up for repairs — often with difficult change of the entire cargo — then we realize our 
indebtedness. She has brought about our whole evolution, from the ignoble chaos of our 
Freshman ignorance to our present state, criticism of which we leave to her. 

She has struck a nice balance — no threatening, no flattery, no useless advice. We appre- 
ciate her skill — she has kept us from crying over our failures and from boasting about our 
successes. 

The wonder lies in the fact that advice, which would have meant a severance or a tension 
in any other case, has here brought intimacy. That is, it has formed a link — not a cold, 
tangible link, but an unseen, living one. And all that is the result of the very careful and 
personal attention she has given to all our interests so that we are thanking her both for 
what she has given us and the manner in which she has given it. 




Seventeen 




PRESIDENT NEILSON 



The Board of Trustees 



William Allan Neilson, Ph.D., LL.D., L.H.D., Litt. D. 

President 

Marguerite Milton Wells, B.L. .... 

Frederic Marshall Jones, A.B., S.B. 

Paul Joseph Sachs, A.B. ..... 

George Stanley Stevenson, A.M. . 

John Elliott Oldham, A.M. ..... 

Harry Emerson Fosdick, A.M., D.D., LL.D., S.T.D. 

James Handasyd Perkins, A.B. .... 

Elizabeth Cutter Morrow, A.B. . 

Ruth Standish Baldwin, A.B. 

Mary Abby Van Kleeck, A.B. .... 

Ada Louise Comstock, A.M., Litt.D., LL.D., L.H.D. 

Josephine Sewall Emerson, B.L. .... 

Harriet Bliss Ford, B.L. ... 



Northampton 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Springfield 

Cambridge 

Hartford, Conn. 

Boston 

New York 

Greenwich, Conn. 

Mexico City, Mex. 

New Canaan, Conn. 

New York 

Cambridge 

Worcester 

New York 




Nineteen 




Administrative Officers 




Laura Woolsey Lord Scales, B.L. 
Warden 



Jean Clark Cahoon, A.N. 
Registrar 





George Palmer Hyde, A.B., LL.B. 

Treasurer 



Anna Mann Richardson, M.D. 
College Physician 





Elsie P. Leonard, A.B. 
Purchasing Agent 



N/Lvbelle Babcock Blake, Ed.D. 
Personnel Director 





Twenty 



Class Deans 




Amy Louise Barbour, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Class of J929 




Mary Belle McElwain, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Class of J930 




Mary Merrow Cook, B.S. 
Dean of the Class of 193 1 




Isabel F. Smith, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Class of 1932 




Twenty-one 



Faculty of Instruction 




William Allan Neilson, Ph.D., LL.D., 
L.H.D., Litt.D. 

Professor of English Language and Literature 



Kurt Koffka, Ph.D. 

Professor of Research m Experimental and 

Educational Psychology 





Irving Francis Wood, Ph.D., D.D. 

Professor 0/ Religion and Biblical Literature 



William Francis Ganong, Ph.D. 
Professor of Botany 





Frank Allan Waterman, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 



Ernst Heinrich Mensel, Ph.D.. Litt D. 

Professor of Germanic Languages and 

Literature 





Twenty-two 



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Julia Harwood Caverno, A.M. 
Professor of Gree\ 



Elizabeth Deering Hanscom, Ph.D. 
Professor of English Language and Literature 





Anna Alice Cutler, Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 



Alfred Vance Churchill, A.M. 
Professor of the History and Interpretation 

of Art 
Director oj the Smith College Museum 0/ Art 





Harriet Williams Bigelow, Ph.D. 
Professor of Astronomy 



Everett Kimball, Ph.D. 
Professor of Government 





Twenty three 





Carl Frederick Augustus Lange. Ph.D. 
Professor of German Language 
and Literature 



Louise Delpit, Concours Certificat 

Lettres, O.A. 

Professor of French Language and 

Literature on the Helen and Laura 

Shedd Foundation 





David Camp Rogers, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 



Sidney Bradshaw Fay, Ph.D. 

Professor of European History on the 

Sydenham Clar\ Parsons Foundation 





Sidney Norton Deane, Ph.D. 

Professor of Gree\ on the L.C\ar\ Seelye 
Foundation and Curator of the Mu- 
seum of Classical Antiquities 



^rriet Redfield Cobb. A.M. 
Professor of Mathematics 





Twenty-jour 







Richard Ashley Rice, A.M. 
Professor of English Language 
and Literature 



Florence Alden Gragg, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language and 

Literature 





John C. Hildt. Ph.D. 
Professor of History 



Rebecca Wilder Holmes 

Professor of Music on the Henry Di\e 
Sleeper Foundation 





Amy Louise Barboir, Ph.D. 
Professor of Gree\ Language and 
Literature 
Dean of the Class of 1929 



Mary Belle McElwain, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language and 

Literature 

Dean of the Class of 1930 





Twentyfive 





William Dodge Gray, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 



H. Edward Wells, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry on the Gates 

Foundation 





Suzan Rose Benedict, Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 



Arthur Ware Locke, A.M. 
Professor of Music 





Roy Dickinson Welch, A.B., Mus. M. 
Professor of Music 



Inez Whipple Wilder, A.M. 
Professor of Zoology 





Twenty-six 




Osmond T. Robert, B. es L. 
Professor of French Language 
and Literature 



Frank H. Hankins, Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics and Sociology on 

the Mary Huggins Gamble Foundation 





William A. Orton, M.A. (Cantab.) 
M.Sc. (Lond.) 
Professor of Economics and Sociology 



Wilson Townsend Moog, Mus. B , 

F.A.G.O. 

Professor of Music 





Edna Aston Shearer, Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 



Harry Elmer Barnes, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics and Sociology 





Twentyseven 




S. Ralph Harlow, A.M. 

Professor of Religion and Biblical 
Literature 



Howard Rollin Patch, Ph.D., Litt.D. 

Professor of English Language and 

Literature 





Paul Robert Lieder. Ph.D. 

Professor of English Language 
and Literature 



Robert Withington, Ph.D., O.A. 

Professor of English Language and 

Literature 





Howard Madison Parshley, Sc.D. 
Professor of Zoology 



Werner Josten 
Professor of Music 





Twenty eight 




Seth Wakeman, Ph.D. 

Professor of Education and Director of 
the Smith College Day School and the 
Cooperative J^ursery School 



Alexander James Dow Porteous, M.A. 

(Edin. and Oxon ) 

Professor of Philosophy 





William Sentman Taylor, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 



Elizabeth Avery, Ph.D. 

Professor of Spoken English 





Esther Cloudman Dunn, Ph.D. 
Professor of English Language 
and Literature 



Anna Mann Richardson, M.D 
College Physician 





Twenty-nine 




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Josef Wiehr, Ph.D. 

Professor of German Language 
and Literature 



Margaret Rooke, M.A. (Oxon.) 

Professor of Italian Language and 

Literature 





Arthur Taber Jones, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 



Eleanor Shipley Duckett, Ph.D., D.Lit. 
Professor of Latin Language and Literature 




3n m^monam 



HERBERT VAUGHAN ABBOTT 




Thirty 



List of Faculty 



Henry M. Tyler, A.M., D.D., L.H.D. . 

Mary Augusta Jordan. A.M., L.H.D. 

John Everett Brady, Ph.D. 

Caroline Brown Bourland, Ph.D. 

Esther Lowenthal, Ph.D. 

Emily Ledyard Shields. Ph.D. 

F. Grace Smith, Ph.D. 

Jessie Y. Cann, Ph.D. 

Marjorie H. Nicolson, Ph.D. 

Mary E. Chase, Ph.D., Litt.D. 

Vincent Guilloton, Agrege de L'Umversite 

Aline de Villele, Agregee es L. . 

Abbie M. O'Keefe, M.D. 

Julius S. Bixler, Ph.D. 

Myra Melissa Sampson, Ph.D. 

Ellen Parmelee Cook, A.M. 

Elizabeth Spaulding Mason, A.B 

Louisa Sewall Cheever, A.M. 

Frances Grace Smith, Ph.D. 

Margaret Rooker Bradshaw. Ph.D. 

Aida Agnes Heine, A.M. 

Mary Louise Foster, Ph.D. . 

Mary Delia Lewis, A.M. 

F. Warren Wright, Ph.D. 

Susan Miller Rambo, Ph.D. 

Grace Hazard Conkling, B.L 

Margaret Brackenbury Crook, B.A. . 

Isabelle Williams Barney, O.A. 

Mary Merrow Cook. B.S. Associate Professor of 

Helen Ashurst Choate, Ph.D. 

Katharine Shepherd Woodward, A.B. 

Sidney R. Packard, Ph.D. 

Clarence Kennedy, Ph.D. 

Lizbeth R. Laughton, A.B 

Alice M. Holden, Ph.D. 

Elliot M. Grant, Ph.D. 

Mabelle Babcock Blake, Ed.D. 

Harold Underwood Faulkner, Ph.D. 

Samuel A. Eliot, Jr., A.B. . 

Elizabeth Andros Foster. Ph.D. 

Elizabeth Faith Genung, M.S. 

Helen Cattanes, Docteur de l'Universite 

Oliver Waterman Larkin. A.M. 

Rene Guiet, A.M., Lie. es L. 

Cary Franklin Jacob, Ph.D. 

Emmett Reid Dunn, Ph.D. . 

Catharine Elizabeth Koch, A.M., M.L.D 

Vera Lee Brown, Ph.D. 

Yvonne Imbault-Huart. Agregation Premiere Part 



Harold E. Israel, Ph.D. 

K. Frances Scott, Ph.B., M.D. 

John Woods Duke 

Howard Augustus Meyerhoff, A.M. 

Merle Eugene Curti, Ph.D. 

Dorothy Sears Ainsworth. A.M. 

Miguel Zapata y Torres, Ph.D. . 

A. P. A. Vorenkamp, Hist. Art. Docts 

Anne B. G. Hart, A.M. 

Isabel F. Smith, Ph.D. 

Mary L. Richardson, AM 

Sarah H. Hamilton 

Margaret Curti. Ph.D. 

Anna Adele Chenot, A.M 

Ivan T. Gorokhofp 

Robert Merrill Dewey, A.M 



Professor Emeritus of Gree\ Language and Literature 

Professor Emeritus of English Language and Literature 

Professor Emeritus of Latin Language and Literature 

Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

Professor of Economics and Sociology 

Professor of Latin Language and Literature 

Professor of Botan\ 

Professor of Chemistry 

Professor of English Language and Literature 

Professor of English Language and Literature 

Professor of French Language and Literature 

Professor of French Language and Literature 

Di'ector of Medical Service 

Professor of Religion 

Professor of Zoology 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Botany 

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Geology 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Latin Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

French Language and Literature, Dean of the Class of 193 I 

Associate Professor 0/ Botanv 

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of History 

Associate Professor of Art 

Associate Professor of Spoken English 

. Associate Professor of Government 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

Personnel Director and Associate Professor of Education 

Associate Professor of History 

Associate Professor of English and Spoken English 

Associate Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

. Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Art 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Spoken English 

Associate Professor of Zoology 

Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture 

Associate Professor of History 

ie, O.A. 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 
Associate Professor of Psychology 
Associate Professor of Hygiene 
Associate Professor of Music 
Associate Professor of Geology 
Associate Professor of History 
Associate Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 
Associate Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 
Associate Professor of Art 
Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 
Associate Professor of Geology 
Associate Professor of Latin Language and Literature 
Associate Professor of Music 
Associate Professor of Psychology- 
Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 
Assistant Professor of Choral Music 
Assistant Professor of Spoken English 



Thirtyone 



Margaret Louise Farrand, A.M. 

Mary Jane Garber, A.M. . 

Sarah Hincks, A.M. . 

Mira Bigelow Wilson, A.B., B.D. 

Solon Robinson . 

H. Louisa Billings, A.M. 

Gladys Amelia Anslow, Ph.D. 

Louise Bourgoin, Lie es L. . 

Mina Kirstein Curtiss, A.M. 

Margaret Gale Scott, A.M. 

Priscilla Fairfield, Ph.D. . 

Leah C. Thomas 

Marie Milliette 

Anacleta Candida Vezzetti, Diploma Superiore di 



Abby Snow Belden, A.B. 

Ruth Wendell Cooper, A.B. 

Vera A. Sickels, B.S. 

Leona C. Gabel, A.B. 

Francis T. S. Powell 

Lucy Lord Barrangon, A.M. 

Madeleine Guilloton, Lie. es L 

C. Pauline Burt, Ph.D. 

Marthe Sturm, Lie. es L., Diplome D'Etudes 



Elizabeth Maud Collins 

Olive Bacon Gilchrist, Ph.D 

Margaret Eliot Macgregor, A.M 

Agnes Carr Vaughan, Ph.D. 

Sara Bache-Wigg, M.S. 

Mary Evelyn Clarke, Ph.D. 

Margaret Hill Peoples, Ph.D 

Gertrude Goss 

Mildred Hartsough, Ph.D. 

Ann Elizabeth Chaney, A.M. 

Maurice Hayes Crosby, A.M. 

Raymond Putman 

Mary Anna Nicholson, M.B. (Tor.), M.D 

Newton Arvin, A.B. 

Ruth Margaret Agnew, M.A 

Doris Silbert, A.M. 

Blanche Mitchell, A.M. 

Agnes Thorson Landis, A.M. 

Ruth Elizabeth Young, A.M. 

Elsa Peverly Kimball, A.M. 

Francis Titchener Baird, Ph.D 

Dorothy Carolin Bacon, A.M 

Velma H. Atkinson, M.D. . 

Persis Cox . 

Clara W. Crane, M.A. 

Charles Kullman, B.S. 

Wayne E. Manning, Ph.D. 

Katharine L. Richards, A.M. 

Morris Steggerda, Ph.D. 

Charlotte E. Wilder, A.M. 

Dorcas Brigham, A.M. 

Marine Leland, Ph.D. 

Robert Collins, A.M. 

James J. Gibson, Ph.D. 

Helen Peirce. A.M. 

E. Frances Stilwell, A.M. . 

Isabel Westcott Harper, A.M. 

Alice Osborne Curwen, A.B. 

Kathleen Gorman, B.S. 

Marjorie Williams, B.S. 

Charlotte Guiler, A.B. 

Elinor Van Dorn Smith, A.B. 

Inez Dunkelberger Steggerda, A.M 

Jeanne Guiet, Brevet Supeneur, A.B. 



Director of Publicity 

Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Assistant Professor of Physics 

Assistant Professor of Physics 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of History 

Assistant Professor of Astronomy 

Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Magistero 

Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

Assistant Professor of History 

Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

Assistant Professor of Art 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Supeneures 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 
Assistant Professor of Education and Principal of the Smith College Day School 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Gree\ Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Botany 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 



A.M. 



stant Professor of German Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Assistant Physician 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

Assistant Physician 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Assistant Professor of Botany 

Assistant Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature 

Assistant Professor of Zoology 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Botany 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Geology 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

Assistant Professor of Spanish 

Instructor in Zoology 

Instructor m Zoology 

Instructor m Zoology 

Instructor in H\giene and Physical Education 

Instructor in Astronomy 

Instructor in Astronomy 

Instructor m Botany 

Instructor in Zoology 

Instructor m French Language and Literature 



Thirtytwo 



Amy Lindner ...... 

Johanne Magdalene Stocholm, Cand. Mag. 

Alta Merle Taylor . 

Phebe H. F. Collins, A.M. . 

Ruth G. Holton, M.S. 

Marguerite Jutterbock, A.M. 

Isabelle Mague, B. es L., Diplome Langues Orientales 

Nora M. Mohler, A.M. 

Madelene E. Pierce, A.M. . 

Edith I. Rudin, A.B. 

Ruth Lydia Saw, Ph.D. 

N. Wyman Storer, Ph.D. 

Margaret Wells Whiteford, A.M. 

Jean Strachan Wilson, Ph.D. 

Muriel King Hessler, A.B. 

Marion A. Appelbee, A.B., A.A.G.O. 

Charles A. Barker, A.B. 

Robert J. Carner, A.M. 

Elizabeth L. Chandler, B.A., hons. (Oxon.) 

Julianna Cotton, A.M. 

Marion L. De Rone, A.B. . 

Dorothy Wolf Douglas, Ph.D. . 

Hanna F. Faterson, Ph.D. . 

Kathleen E. Hartwell, M.A. 

Caroline Heminway, M.A. 

Harold W. Landin, Ph.D. . 

Elsie C. Rossmeisl, A.B. 

Mary L. Smith, A.M. 

Cyrus F. Stimson, Jr., M.A. 

Rene Wellek, Ph.D. 

Marion Hubbell, A.B. 

Elizabeth Hall, A.B. 

Marie Bateman Brainerd, A.M. 

Elizabeth Adams, B.S. 

Anne Edith Burgess, A.B. . 

Frances Howland, A.B. 

Jeannette E. McClure, B.S. 

Mary H. Storer, A.B. 

Elizabeth Wilder, A.B. 

Milla Alissa Alihan, A.M. 

Julianna M. S. Cotton, A.M. 

Douglas A. Thom, M.D. 

William Beaumont Scatchard, Mus.B.,B.S. 

Erna Goldstaub Huber 

Leonore Upham Lloyd 

Genevieve McCarthy 

Jessie G. Briggs 

Ethel M. Weeks 

Alexander Mintz 

Richard Snyder Hill, A.B. 

Mary Dunham, M.A. 

Elizabeth Ellen Mann, A.B., B.S. 

Amelia Whiting Tyler, A.B. 

Margaret Norton, A.B. 

Carolyn M. Burpee, A.B. . 

Jessie B. Berwick 

Elsie Goodrich Riley, A.B. . 

Dorothea Bolton 

Dorothy Harris, A.B. 

Marjorie Doris Walsh, A.B. 

Nina Eliza Browne, A.M., B.L.S. 



Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Education 

Instructor in English Language and Literature 

Instructor m Hygiene and Physical Education 

Instructor in Geology 

Instructor in Zoology 

Instructor in Government 

Instructor in French Language and Literature 

Instructor in Physics 

Instructor in Zoology 

Instructor in Art 

Instructor in Philosophy 

Instructor in Astronomy 

Instructor m Latin Language and Literature 

Instructor in History 

Instructor in Spo\en English 

Instructor in Music 

Instructor m History 

Instructor m Spanish Language and Literature 

Instructor in English Language and Literature 

Fellow in Italian Language and Literature 

Instructor m Music 

Instructor in Economics and Sociology 

Instructor in Psychology 

Instructor m English Language and Literature 

Instructor in Geology 

Instructor in History 

Instructor m Botany 

Instructor in French Language and Literature 

Instructor m Art 

Instructor m German Language and Literature 

Instructor in Geology 

Instructor in Psychology 

Assistant in Psychology 

Assistant in Chemistry 

Research Assistant in Geology and Geograpy 

Assistant in Chemistry 

Assistant in Psychology 

Assistant in Psychology 

Assistant in Art 

Fellow m Economics and Sociology 

Fel!ou< in Italian Language and Literature 

Consultant in Mental Hygiene 

Visiting Lecturer in Music Education 

Secretary to the Department of Art 

Secretary of the Museum of Art 

Secretarial Assistant in Psychology 

Assistant Curator of Slides and Photographs 

Secretary to the Department of Education 

Research Associate m Experimental Psychology 

Research Associate m Experimental Psychology 

Librarian 

Head Cataloger 

Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Librarian 

Assistant 

Library Assistant 

Library Assistant 

Library Assistant 

College Archivist 




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Frances Potter Adams 
Llewellyn Park 
West Orange, N. J. 



Sylvia Alberts 

12 Fruit Street 

Northampton, Mass. 





Martha Rudolph Adams 
1124 Forest Road 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Virginia Alice Albright 
1975 Ford Drive 
Cleveland, Ohio 





Beatrice Hilda Adelman 
6 High Street 
New Haven, Conn. 



Clara Allen 

Mocking Bird Valley 

Louisville, Ky. 





Thirty six 




Carolyn Bingham Andrews 
High Bridge, N. J. 



Elizabeth Chandler Archer 
570 Warwick Road 
Haddonfield, N. J. 



Mary Madeline Arnott 
25 Howard Street 
Fitchburg, Mass. 



Beatrice Marie Ansermet 

428 South 4th Street 

Fulton, N. Y. 






Mary Virginia Auld 
Red Cloud, Nebraska 



Elaine Appleton 

60 Whittridge Road 

Summit, N.J. 





Thtrtyseven 




Betsy Ann Copp Avery 
Eastern Point 
Groton, Conn. 



Carolyn Rachel Ball 
212 Main Street 
Monson. Mass. 





Dorothy Baker 
38 Prescott Street 
Reading, Mass. 



Marjorie Gladys Banks 
Fairfield, Conn. 





Helen Baldwin 
2232 East First Street 
Duluth, Minn. 



Eleanor Dale Barnes 

The Thacher School 

Ojai, California 





Thirty-eight 




Emily Bryce Barnhart 
2606 E. Overlook Road 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Helen Cecilia Bartelt 

203 Third Avenue 

Haddon Heights, N. J. 





Mary Barr 
Cherry Hill 
Jcliet. 111. 



Emily Neall Bartlett 

4205 Spruce Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 





Eleanor Anne Barrett 
3173 N. Delaware Street 
Indianapolis. Ind. 



Anne Lloyd Basinger 

435 West 119th Street 

New York City 





Thjrtvnme 




Margaret B. Batchelor 
7129 Brighton Road 
Ben Avon. Pa. 



Cynthia Townley Beatty 

Ashton Wood 

Skaneateles, N. Y. 





Charlotte Keller Bausman 
78 Atwater Terrace 
Springfield, Mass. 



Margaret Couch Beazell 

230 Belmont Avenue 

Canonsburg, Pa. 



Esther Keyes Beard 
796 Center Street 
Winnetka, 111. 



Dorothy Beeley 

145 Haverhill Street 

Lawrence, Mass. 






Forty 




Virginia Bell 
Hillsboro, Ohio 



Louise Bennett 

1043 San Pasqual Street 

Pasadena, Calif. 





Olga Uihlein Beneke 
171 Laurel Avenue 
Highland Park, 111. 



Dorothy Berger 

45 Rockwell Avenue 

Naugatuck, Conn. 




Dorothy Hope Bennett 
76 Everit Street 
New Haven, Conn. 



Kathleen Elizabeth Berry 

19 Center Court 

Northampton, Mass. 





Forty-one 



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Helen Berryman 
34 East Park Street 
East Orange, N. J. 



Edith May Bingham 
Hardwick, Vt. 





Alice St. John Billings 
1175 Park Avenue 
New York City 



Barbara Blackmore Birge 

Lynnwood Boulevard 

Nashville, Tenn. 





Shirley Emma Billings 
4 Manchester Road 
Winchester, Mass. 



Marion Bishop 

37 Evergreen Avenue 

Hartford, Conn. 





Fortytwo 





Carolyn Bixler 
1005 Sheridan Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Eleanor W. Boardman 

217 East 48th Street 

New York City 





Ruth Blanchard 
173 Gates Avenue 
Montclair, N. J. 



[Catherine S. Bolman 
624 South Broadway 
Leavenworth, Kansas 





Caroline Blanton 
Shelby, N. C. 



Rissel Bonofp 

132 Greenwood Street 

New Haven, Conn. 





Forty-three 





Anne Elizabeth Bool 
2253 Harcourt Drive 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 



Laura Virginia Bourne 

6 West Harris Street 

Savannah, Ga. 





Carol Eileen Booth 
Burley, Idaho 



Edith Husenig Bozyan 

80 Washington Street 

Newport, R.I. 





Elizabeth Botsford 

176 West Wabasha Street 

Winona, Minn. 



Mary Elizabeth Brannigan 

12 Pleasant Street 

Ware, Mass. 





Forty-four 




Elizabeth Leiper Breed 
Blair Academy 
Blairstown, N. J. 



Elizabeth Williams Brown 

600 West 111th Street 

New York City 





Junia Bright 
165 Brattle Street 
Cambridge, Mass. 



Ellis Cochran Brown 

Round Hill Road 

Greenwich, Conn. 





Marion Bronson 
1 2 Grove Place 
Rochester, N. Y. 



Dorothy Florence Brumx er 

30 Pennsylvania Boulevard 

Bellerose, L. I., N. Y. 





Forty jive 




Laura Francis Buck 
Esplanade Gardens 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



Janet Langhcrne Bullitt 
8013 Navajo Street 
Chestnut Hill, Pa. 





Elizabeth Louise Buechner 
940 Park Avenue 
New York City 



Mary Norris Burge 

Indian Hills 

Brownsboro Road 

Louisville. Ky. 








Frances Bullard 
561 Post Road 
Fairfield, Conn. 



Katherine Elizabeth Burnett 

524 Centre Street 

South Orange. N.J. 





Fortysix 




Dorothy Burr 
Elizabeth Street 
Pemberton, N. J. 



Mary Katherine Byrne 

12 Smith Street 

Windsor Locks, Conn. 





Mary-Frances H. Butler 
368 Audubon Street 
New Orleans, La. 



Mary Carpenter 

201 South Elmwood Avenue 

Oak Park, 111. 



Maud Campbell Butterworth 
3914 Prytania Street 
New Orleans. La. 



Constance Virginia Carrier 

146 Maple Street 

New Britain. Conn. 





Forty-seven 





Mary Elizabeth Caster 
230 Central Park West 
New York City 



Florence Bessie Chapin 
29 Main Street 
Monson, Mass. 





Elizabeth Linard Chamberlain 
135 Wallace Avenue 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



Helen Cheney 

96 North State Street 

Concord, N. H 



Ruth Edna Chamberlin 
34 Wildwood Street 
Winchester, Mass. 



Dorothy Preston Clark 

628 North Sheridan Road 

Peoria, 111. 





Forty-eight 




Lila Clemens Clevenger 
132 Clark Road 
Brookline, Mass. 



Mary Chapman Coburn 
Weston, Mass. 





Beatrice Cline 

64 Commonwealth Avenue 

Boston, Mass. 



Rachel May Coburn 

2612 Wellington Road 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 




Elizabeth Louise Clough 
181 Walnut Street 
Manchester, N. H. 



Betty Cochrane 

10 Hanford Avenue 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 





Fortynine 




Frederica Watts Cohen 
193 Cooper Avenue 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 



Edith Frances Colgate 
Bedford, N. Y. 





Gertrude Cohen 
129 West Pearl Street 
Nishau. N. H. 



Jot'jou Edith Converse Colt 

89 Pinckney Street 

Boston, Mass. 



Miriam Cohen 
2134 East 22nd Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Eleanor Garig Connell 

243 Lafayette Street 

Baton Rouge, La. 





Fifty 




Ruth Leicester Connolly 
218 High Street 

Newburyport, Mass. 



Mabel Perrin Cook 

Longwood Towers 

Brooklme, Mass. 





Edith Markham Cook 
43 Summer Street 
Hartford, Conn. 



Ruth Sampson Cook 

25 Smith Street 

Rockville Center, N. Y. 





Eleanor Davenport Cook 
410 Clifton Avenue 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



Mary Agnes Cooper 
Auburn, Neb. 





Fifty-one 



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Gwendolyn Belle Corwin 
87 Tanglewylde Avenue 
Bronxville, N. Y. 



Mary Crafts 

403 North Scoville Avenue 

Oak Park, 111. 





Mary Elizabeth Couch 
Golf, 111. 



Virginia Craig 

3421 Guilford Terrace 

Baltimore, Md. 





Helen Emogene Coughlan 
100 West 55th Street 
New York City 



Carolyn Crandell 

48 Church Green 

Taunton, Mass. 





Fifty-two 




Jane Brandebury Crawford 
13980 South Park Boulevard 
Shaker Heights. Ohio 



Carolyn Cummings 
137 Walnut Street 
Willimantic, Conn. 





Margaret Isham Cross 
21 Myrtle Street 
Winchester, Mass. 



Charlotte Cushman 

35 Temple Street 

West Newton, Mass. 



Ruth Elizabeth Culp 
327 North Harvey Avenue 
Oak Park, 111. 



Irene Emma Daignault 

93 High Street 

Greenfield, Mass. 





Fifty-three 




Grace Georgina Damon 
2 Walworth Avenue 
White Plains, N. Y. 



Daisy Isarelle Day 

107 Columbia Avenue 

Providence, R. I. 





Katherine Arnold Dana 
Lewisburg, W. Va. 



Dorcas Laidley Dickinscn 
1316 Virginia Street 
Charleston, W. Va. 











Rose Ethel Davis 

1683 Franklin Park South 

Columbus, Ohio 



Julia Dodge 

115 North Allen Street 

Madison, Wis. 





Fiftyfour 




Helen Elaine Dollar 
Dollar Road 
Heuvelton, N. Y. 



Gertrude Mathilde Drew 

Balmville Road 

Newburgh, N. Y. 





Emily Cluett Dorlon 
15 Sheldon Avenue 
Troy, N. Y. 



Dorothy Eliza Dudley 
Friendship, N. Y. 




Harriet Lamkin Dowd 
97 Mt. Vernon Street 
Boston, Mass. 



Esther Helene Dudley 

62 South Main Street 

Port Henry, NY. 





Fifty-five 




Margaret Moran Dunne 
1606 Rodman Street 
Fall River. Mass. 



Alice Allen Eaton 

35 Lenox Street 

West Newton, Mass. 





Dorothea Marie Duprey 
37 Kenwood Avenue 
Worcester. Mass. 



Elizabeth Edwards 

North Street 

Greenwich, Conn. 





Margaret Eacho 
540 Marion Avenue 
Clarendon. Va. 



Lucy Leonard Ellerbf 

520 Fannin Street 

Shreveport. La 





Fiftysix 





Virginia Ellis 

1 1 2 Lancaster Terrace 

Brookline, Mass. 



Dorothy Alice Etzensperger 
Willoughby, Ohio 





Margaret Connell Ely 
102 Carnegie Avenue 
East Orange, N. J. 



Mar.iorie Fales 

145 Highland Street 

West Newton, Mass. 





Alice Rutherford Erving 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 



Priscii.la Noble Feeley 

57 Bartlett Avenue 

Pittsfield. Mas«. 





Fiftyseven 




Emma Link Findlay 
646 Mulberry Street 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



Dorothea Hickok Ford 

Mamaroneck Road 

Scarsdale. N. Y. 





Eleanor Fisk 

828 Bronx River Road 

Bronxville, N. Y. 



Marie Alexandra Forrest 

Old Post Road 

Rye, N. Y. 





Dorothy Louise Fitzgerald 
117 Forest Avenue 
Dayton, Ohio 



Christine Olive Fortin 

26 Woodleigh Avenue 

Greenfield, Mass. 





Fifty-eight 





Helen Bosworth Frahm 
1419 13th Street 
Bedford, Indiana 



LlSBETH NEWELT FrESCHL 

1122 Lake Drive 
Milwaukee, Wis. 





Barbara Freeman 
1 4 Dean Street 
Worcester, Mass. 



Dorothy Dean Frost 

19 Park Avenue 

Mount Vernon, N. Y. 





Elizabeth French 
260 Western Avenue 
Albany, N. Y. 



Dorothy Etta Funkhouser 

33 Perdicans Place 

Trenton, N. J. 





Fifty-nine 




Molly Graham Gayer 
360 South 5th Street 
Fulton. N. Y. 



Marian Bunton Giles 

49 Dryads Green 

Northampton, Mass. 





Dorothy Gephart 
7100 3rd Avenue 
Kenosha, Wis. 



Jane Hylan Gilmore 

88 Maplewood Avenue 

Maplewood, N. J. 





Ernestine Moller Gilbreth 
68 Eagle Rock Way 
Montclair, N. J. 



Mary Elizabeth Glenn 

277 Park Avenue 

New York Citv 





Sixty 




Alice Plank Gloss 

237 South Hanover Street 

Carlisle, Pa. 



Helen Grace Gorge 

1141 Forest Avenue 

Far Rockaway, N. Y. 





Janet Sonn Goldschmidt 
420 West End Avenue 
New York City 



Dorothy Margaret Gough 

553 North Main Street 

Wallingford, Conn. 





Elizabeth Lodema Goodenough 
Long Acres 
Farmington, Mich. 



Lucie Culver Gould 

318 West 84th Street 

New York City 





Sixtyone 




Elizabeth Graham 
1109 Marion Street 
Denver, Col. 



Jane Bell Dabney Grinnan 

925 West Grace Street 

Richmond, Va. 











Rachel Grant 
8 College Lane 
Haverford, Pa. 



Harriet Gruger 

3120 37th Place South 

Seattle, Wash. 





Beulah Newmark Greenburgh 
64 Fletcher Avenue 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. 



Gale Lee Guthrie 

2636 Cascadia Avenue 

Seattle, Wash. 





Sixty -two 




Helen Hamburger 
1005 Madison Avenue 
Albany, N. Y. 



Mary Louise Hampton 

1033 Portland Street 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Adele Elsie Hamerschlag 
Hotel Belleclaire 
New York City 



Charlotte Margaret Hanna 

3328 Second Avenue South 

Minneapolis, Minn. 





Harriet Hamilton 
2210 Jefferson Avenue 
Toledo, Ohio 



Theresa Elizabeth Haran 

72 Willis Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 





SixfvrhTee 




Dorothy Jean Harger 
607 West 3rd Street 
Abilene, Kansas 



Annette Elizabeth Hawkins 

1941 Vermont Avenue, N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 





Alice Gertrude Hatch 
Shippan Point 
Stamford, Conn. 



Eleanor Roe Hawkins 
113 Keyes Avenue 
Watertown, N. Y. 





Evelyn Hatch 

83 Forest Street 

Newton Highlands, Mass. 



Eleanor Rhoda Hay 
Chazy. N. Y. 





Sixty-four 




Dorothea Ridgway Haydock 
316 King's Highway East 
Haddonfield, N. J. 



Sarah Jeannette Hill 

125 Rumford Street 

Concord, N. H. 





Carlene Henze 
466 Orange Street 
New Haven. Conn. 



Jeanne Amelia Hirsch 

411 South Broadway 

Corpus Chnsti, Texas 





Ursula Barbara Herold 
Plattsmouth, Neb. 



Hope Hodder 

Singlebary Lane 

Framingham Center, Mass. 





Sixtyfive 




Marian Elizabeth Holden 
247 Collins Street 
Hartford, Conn. 



Ida Elizabeth Holt 

70 Oak Ridge Avenue 

Summit, N. J. 






Ruth Hollander 
5436 Albemarle Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Anne Marie Homer 

Homeland 

Bolton, N. Y. 



Mary Hollister 
46 Norwood Avenue 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Mary Hopkins 

7 Davis Road 

Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. 





Sixtysix 




Anna Goodrich Horton 
27 Otis Street 
Newtonville, Mass. 



Tamsin Avery Hughes 
Provincetovvn, Mass. 





Ruth Houghton 
680 Summit Avenue 
Westfield. N. J. 



MarY'Lown Ireton 

715 South Washington Street 

Van Wert. Ohio 





Ethel Huchberger 
362 Riverside Drive 
New York City 



Audrey Read Jackson 
120 Harrison Street 
East Orange, N. J. 





Sixty-seven 




Cornelia Jenney 
5 Brattle Road 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



Barbara Allen Johnston 

306 West 80th Street 

New York City 





Cordelia Crafts Job 
Saugatuck, Mich. 



Lucia Doris Jones 
1045 West 56th Street 

Kansas City. Mo. 





Agnes Elford Johnston 
1208 California Street 
Urbana, 111. 



Elizabeth Stratton Jordan 
Antlers, Okla. 





Sixtyeight 




Mary Adeline Judkins 
2576 Wellington Road 
Cleveland. Ohio 



Martha Kellogg 

80 Rumsey Road 

Buffalo, NY. 





Janet Filley Kauffman 
51 Portland Place 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Mary Francesca Kelley 

257 Broadway 

Winter Hill 

Somerville, Mass. 





Isabel Anne Keller 
2119 Park Avenue 
Bridgeport, Conn. 



Pearl Kenig 

67 Vine Street 

Hartford, Conn. 





Sixty-nine 




Maybelle Rebecca Kennedy 
River Drive 
Agawam. Mass. 



Jeanie Noyes Kerns 

34 Waterston Road 

Newton, Mass. 




Catharine Kerlin 

200 East Central Avenue 

Moorestown, N.J. 



Frances Clara Kiefer 

1 1 Englewood Avenue 

Brookline, Mass. 





Helen Waldo Kernen 
48 Bellevue Street 
West Roxbury, Mass. 



Ruth Rodney King 

397 Park Avenue 

Orange, N. J. 





Seventy 




Teresa Lawlor Kirby 
336 Springfield Street 
Chicopee, Mass. 



Elizabeth Zimmerman Kirkbride 
21 Maple Terrace 
Maplewood, N. J. 





Edith Balderston Kirk 
5901 Overbrook Avenue 
Overbrook, Pa. 



Yvonne An ah Kopetzky 

51 West 73rd Street 

New York City 



Marguerite Frances Kirk 
402 Newhold Road 
Jenkintown, Pa. 




Rose Kornblut 

54 Grove Street 

Bridgeport, Conn. 





Seventy-one 




Mary Veronica Kosiba 
280 Shaw Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Edith Ruth Landis 

126 South Pleasant Street 

Amherst, Mass. 





Mary Ellen Kroehle 
23401 Lake Shore Boulevard 
Euclid, Ohio 



Mary Lane 

26 East Gaston Street 

Savannah, Ga. 





Carolyn Williams Lack 
354 Ocean Avenue 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 



Eleanor Langdon 
Quarry Farm 
Elmira, N. Y. 





Sevent\'two 




Helen Dorothea Largeman 
8503 114th Street 
Richmond Hill, N. Y. 



Edith Janice Leavitt 

23 Parkman Street 

Brookline. Mass. 




Sylvia Fox Lavin 
353 Parkside Avenue 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Miriam Lee 

3614 Lemmon Avenue 

Dallas, Texas 





Theodora Chatfield Lawrence 

Chester 

Orange County, N. Y. 



Claire Gertrude Levine 

290 West End Avenue 

New York City 





Seventy-three 




Rosamond Lewis 
Union Street 
Ashland, Mass. 



Christina Lochman 

211 East Jackson Street 

Springfield. 111. 





Rosann Lipe 

124 East 55th Street 

New York City 



Dorothy May Loomis 

229 North Oxford Street 

Hartford. Conn. 





Janet Lloyd 
12 Lloyd Road 
Montclair, N. J. 



Kathryn Noble Loomis 

27 Franklin Street 

Northampton, Mass. 





Seventyfour 




Mary Swain Loop 
Edgewood Hall 
Pelham Manor, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Wheeler Lumbard 

8 Lenox Avenue 

White Plains, N. Y. 



Helen Lord 

19 Wallace Avenue 

Mount Vernon, N. Y. 



Frederica McKay Lykes 

12 Remington Lane 

Houston, Texas 





Elizabeth King Lorimer 
37 Grant Street 
Chicopee, Mass. 



Susan Elizabeth Lyman 

250 West 88th Street 

New York City 





Seventyfive 





Louise Esther Lynch 
94 Rockland Street 
Canton, Mass. 



Mary Garrison McClintock 

66 Fenway 

Boston, Mass. 





Virginia Prescott Lyon 
Estherville, Iowa 



Helen Celeste MacGregor 

2114 East 2nd Street 

Duluth, Minn. 





Frances Smith McCamic 
511 Tomlinson Avenue 
Moundsville, W. Va. 



Janet Marion MacInnes 

128 Broadmead 

Princeton, N. J. 





Seventy-six 




Elizabeth Mack 
403 Lake Drive 

Milwaukee. Wis. 



Elaine Walton Mansfield 
21 Amherst Street 
Springfield, Mass. 





Gladys Virginia MacLeish 
535 Ash Street 
Winnetka, 111. 




Barbara Lillian Manson 

Box 26 

Rye, N. H. 



Ann Williamson McLemore 
1000 West Locust 
Johnson City, Tenn. 



Effie Comey Manscn 
292 Clinton Road 

Brookline, Mass. 





Seventy seven 








Eugenia Hardin Marshall 
1125 North Madison Avenue 
Oak Cliff 
Dallas, Texas 



Ruth Cora Mattison 
Jefferson Road 
Theresa, N. Y. 





Marea Marshall Martin 
38 Hill Road 
Castlewood 
Louisville, Ky. 



Elizabeth Beckford Mattoon 

305 Clinton Avenue 

Albany, N. Y. 



Roberta Trafford Matthews 
26 Arlington Street 
Chicopee Falls, Mass. 




Clara Louise Mayer 

33 Bellevue Place 

Chicago, 111. 





Seventy-eight 




Helen Louise Meily 
919 North Second Street 
Harnsburg, Pa. 



Marion Miller 

525 Summer Street 

Buffalo, N. Y. 





Evelyn Esther Michaelian 
24 Cottage Place 
White Plains, N. Y. 



Nancy Shaw Miller 
520 Pine Road 
Sewickley, Pa. 




Alice Marion Miller 
47 South Fullerton Avenue 
Montclair, N. J. 



Rosa Heintz Mitchell 

1925 Grand Concourse 

New York City 





Seventy-nine 




Natalie Lyon Moffitt 
48 Kingsbury Place 
St. Louis. Mo. 



Margaret Whitney Moore 

522 Lenox Road 

Schenectady, N. Y. 





Janet Rene Moll 
5636 Waterman Avenue 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Marian Livingston Morrison 

186 Pond Street 

Natick, Mass. 





Georgia Roberts Montgomery 
676 Esplanade Avenue 
Pelham Manor, N. Y. 



Ruth Morse 

32 Hobart Avenue 

Summit, N. J. 





Eighty 




Mary Louise Moser 
Friendship, N. Y. 



Frances Neill 

4412 Lakeside Drive 

Dallas, Texas 






Caroline Burdett Mowry 
Sherwood Place 
Englewood N. J. 



Marion Redpield Neilson 

Althea Farm 

Danen, Conn. 



Helen Mary Mullen 
86 Elm Street 
Nashau, N. H. 



Dorothy Neuhof 

35 West 96th Street 

New York City 





Eightyone 




Constance Newton 
Smith Road 
Milton, Mass. 



Mary Morton Nisbet 

UnderclifF 

Irvington-on-Hudson. N. Y. 





Elizabeth Cheek Nicholson 
1515 Shady Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Margaret Eleanor Osborne 

949 Chestnut Street 

Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 





Julie Nicoll 
Pleasantville, N. Y. 



Anita Miller Owens 

154 Maplewood Avenue 

West Hartford, Conn. 





Eighty-two 




Frances Louise Page 
560 Moss Avenue 
Peoria, 111. 



Constance Pardee 

195 North Vine Street 

Hazleton, Pa. 





Margaret Germaine Palfrey 
108 Ivy Street 
Brookline. Mass. 



Mary Ella Parker 
Eluabethtown, N. Y. 





Frances Lakin Palmer 
Garrettsville Ohio 



Eugenie Louise Paterscn 

641 Washington Street 

Wellesley, Mass 





Eighty-three 




Elizabeth Dana Patterson 
Hotel El Encanto 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 



Mary Locke Petermann 

121 Calumet Avenue 

Calumet, Mich. 








Althea Payson 
4 Hawthorn Road 
Brookline, Mass. 



Kathryn Frances Peters 

North Street 

White Plains, N. Y. 





Florence Estill Peck 
345 Washington Street 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 



Hilma Aileen Peterson 

664 Burncoat Street 

Worcester, Mass. 





Eighty-four 




Caroline Jullien Phillips 
Boston Post Road 
Rye, N. Y. 



Maria Angela Pintado 

Yauco 

Porto Rico 



Isabel Dewey Phisterer 
Fort Armstrong 
Honolulu, T. H. 



Marjorie Wentworth Pitts 

137 West Lanvale Street 

Baltimore. Md. 





Ruth Douglas Pillsbury 
Green Street 
Thomaston. Me. 



Dorothy Plumer 

96 High Street 

Newburyport. Mass. 





Eightyfive 




Ethel Julia Polachek 
1 497 Stowell Avenue 
Milwaukee, Wis. 



Elizabeth Miller Pratt 

224 North Highland Avenue 

Lansdowne, Pa. 





Helen Mae Post 

205 North Ocean Avenue 

Freeport, N. Y. 



Ruth Rice Puffer 

Walnut Street 

Berlin, Mass. 





Mary Frances Potter 
45 Tudor Place 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Margaret Keeler Quinn 

1216 Union Street 

Schenectady, N. Y. 





Eighty-six 




S. Sydney Rabinovitz 
27 Stearns Road 
Brookline, Mass. 



Ida Sarah Raisbeck 

13 Walnut Terrace 

Bloomfield, N. J. 





Tessie Radding 
68 Bryant Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



Helen Whitcomb Randall 

128 Mam Street 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. 





Lora Sylvia Radel 
202 Washington Avenue 
Bridgeport, Conn. 



Frances Webb Ranney 

1011 Oak Street 

Winnetka, 111. 





Eightyseven 




HlLDEGARD LlNA RaUBENHEIMER 

1040 Bergen Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Edith Remick 

26 Fairmount Way 

Quincy. Mass. 





Helen Raymond 
31 The Crescent 

Montclair, N. J. 



Katharine Reynolds 

78 Ridgewood Avenue 

Glen Ridge, N. J. 





Sally McLean Redman 
196 Windsor Road 
Waban. Mass. 



Margaret B. Rheinberger 

7 Summit Street 

Glen Ridge, N. J. 





Eighty-eight 







Dorothy Arnold Rhoades 
15 Elizabeth Street 
Pittsfield, Mass. 



Ellen Emmeline Robinson 

916 Grant Avenue 

Plainfield, N. J. 




Martha Richardson 
117 Lake Avenue 
Newton Center, Mass. 



Agnes MacAulay Rodgers 

266 Lexington Avenue 

Buffalo. N. Y. 





Barbara Marvin Riker 
Flanders, N. J. 



Eileen Marie Roff 

333 Central Park West 

New York City 





Eightynine 





Barbara Damon Rogers 
177 Buckminster Road 
Brookline, Mass. 



Ruth Helen Rose 
50 Stearns Road 
Brookline. Mass. 











Marion Esther Rogers 
72 Rock Road 
Glen Rock, N. J. 



Margaret Archer Rossi 

135 Rector Street 

Perth Amboy, N. J. 




Josephine Adele Root 
303 Warwick Road 
Haddonfield, N. J. 



Laura Elisabeth Rowbotham 

211 East Bettlewood Avenue 

Oaklyn, N. J. 





Ninety 




Teresina Rowell 

204 South Garfield Street 

Hinsdale, 111. 



Marian Strong Sage 

1146 Wyoming Avenue 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 





Sylvia Fox Ruben 
809 Amherst Street 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Rosemary Sawyer 

Seven Oaks 

Loveland, Ohio 





Phyllis Rust 
58 Elm Street 
Malone, N. Y. 



Frida Scharman 
108 Rugby Road 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 





Ninety-one 




Evelyn Dorothea Scheu 
385 Central Park West 
New York City 



Ruth Mabel Schwarz 
72 East High Street 
Ballston Spa, N. Y. 



Olive Wilhelmina Schoellkopf 
210 Summer Street 
Buffalo, N. Y. 




Dorothy Jane Schwentker 

652 North Third Avenue 

Phoenix. Ariz. 





Claire Babette Schoenberger 
474 Whitney Avenue 
New Haven. Conn. 



Jessica Winfield Scott 

51 88th Street 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 








J^inetytwo 




Frances Louise Seaman 

Kew Hall 

Kew Gardens, L. I., N. Y. 



Florence Sellenings 

132 East 36th Street 

New York City 




Harriet Electa Search 
2 Portsmouth Terrace 
Rochester, N. Y. 



Dorothy Evelyn Selman 

2685 Euclid Boulevard 

Cleveland. Ohio 



Harriet Armington Seelye 
66 William Street 
Worcester. Mass. 




Mary Ella Service 

609 East State Street 

Sharon. Pa. 





J^inetythree 




Alice Emma Seybolt 
114 Crescent Road 
Longmeadow, Mass. 



Elizabeth Sheppard 

3225 Sterling Road 

Birmingham, Ala. 





Henrietta Esther Shapiro 
50 Crowinshield Road 
Brookline. Mass. 



Elizabeth Sherman 

132 Primrose Avenue 

Mount Vernon. N. Y. 





Nadine Relton Sheldon 
Fenway Hall 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Martha Leland Sherwin 

11898 Carlton Road 

Cleveland, Ohio 





J^inetyfour 




Sarah Parsons Shurtleff 
66 Mt. Vernon Street 
Boston, Mass. 



Barbara Damon Simison 

190 Round Hill 

Northampton. Mass. 





Elsa Margareeta Siipola 
49 Simonds Street 
Fitchburg, Mass. 



Evelyne Lillian Slabey 

226 East 72nd Street 

New York City 





Marjorie Ruth Silberman 
4801 Ellis Avenue 
Chicago. 111. 



Barbara Smith 

30 Hobart Road 

Newton Center, Mass. 





Ninetyfive 




Ellice Adelaide Smith 
72 Summit Avenue 
Bronxville, N. Y. 



HORTENSE BERGH SMITH 

36 South Pine Avenue 
Albany, N. Y. 





Florence Leighton Smith 
149 East Main Street 
Huntington, L. I., N. Y. 



Margaret Vinnedge Smith 

67 Fairmount Avenue 

Chatham, N. J. 





Helen Wheeler Smith 
17 Sudbury Road 
Concord, Mass. 



Theodora Field Sohst 

60 West 10th Street 

New York Citv 





J^inetysix 




Florence Somers 

30 South Indiana Avenue 

Atlantic City, N. J. 



Catharine Hildred Sperry 
East Windsor Hill, Conn. 





Mary Louise Sommers 
9 Crocus Hill 
St. Paul, Minn. 



Louise de Bevers Spetnagel 

2201 University Avenue 

New York City 



Elizabeth Ann Southworth 
Fountain Avenue 
Glendale, Ohio 




Julia K. Spiegel 

410 Sheridan Road 

Winnetka, 111. 





Ninety seven 





Eleanor Elizabeth Spottiswoode 
647 Berkeley Avenue 
Orange, N. J. 



Edith Starks 

61 Anderson Street 

Boston, Mass. 





Helen Spurrier 

151 Waverly Avenue 

Newton, Mass. 



Mary Davis Steele 

10 Federal Street 

Gloucester, Mass. 





Louise Squibb 
619 Ridge Avenue 
Lawrenceburg, Ind. 



Marjorie Ruth Stern 

1644 East 11 7th Street 

Cleveland, Ohio 





J-linetyeight 







Josephine Robbins Stieren 
Park Mansions 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Frances Marie Strakosch 

318 East 82nd Street 

New York City 





Claudia Ellen Stone 
400 Moss Avenue 
Peoria, 111. 



Margaret Linton Streit 
New Canaan. Conn 





Margaret Tennant Stout 
5412 University Avenue 
Chicago, 111. 



Beatrice Gutelius Strobel 
27 Center Avenue 
Morristown, N. J. 





T^metynine 




Ruth Allerton Sumner 
420 North 48th Street 
Omaha, Neb. 



Lucelia Wakefield Taussig 

5038 Washington Boulevard 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Lilian Thelma Supove 
228 William Street 
Middletown, Conn. 




Katherine Taylor 

730 Park Avenue 

East Orange, N. J. 





Phyllis Coltart Swain 
Belfair Plantation 
Bluffton, S. C. 



Elin Ophelia Teir 

122 Leamy Street 

Gardner, Mass. 





One Hundred 




Eleanor Wiley Thayer 
499 Main Street 

Shrewsbury, Mass. 



Muriel Jane Torrey 

Great Road 

Bedford, Mass. 




Elise Creamer Thomas 
31 Miami Avenue 
Columbus, Ohio 



Janet Townend 

1 1 1 Ross Street 

Fitchburg, Mass. 





Roslyn Titman 

11 Lawrence Avenue 

Lawrence, L. I., N. Y. 



Helen Mae Tripp 
5 Berkeley Place 
Cranford. N. J. 





One Hundred One 




I.II LIAN El EANOR TuBBESING 

909 Goodrich Avenue 
St. Paui, Minn. 



Brenda Tweed 
Duxbury, Mass. 





Phyllis Mae Tui.in 
199 Retreat Avenue 
H.irtford, Conn. 



Constance Tyler 

219 Buckminster Road 

Brookline, Mass. 





Susan Tully 

3 Alwington Road 

Chestnut Hill, Mass. 



Harriet Denny Underwood 

58 Third Street 

Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 





One Hundred Two 




Agnes Miles van der Kieft 
78 Harrison Street 
East Orange, N. J. 



Louise Veo 
Nantucket. Mass. 





Mary Frances Vastine 
117 East Market Street 
Danville, Pa. 



Sarah Jean Vliet 

Wade Park Manor 

Cleveland. Ohio 





Virginia Alice Veach 
615 West First Street 
Oil City, Pa. 



Lucille Walker 

6C Branham Apt. 927 

Brandon Avenue 

Norfolk. Va. 





One Hundred Three 








Julia Anna Wall 
74 Elmwood Avenue 
North Adams, Mass. 




Eunice Winchester Warnock 

729 Hampden Street 

Holyoke, Mass. 



Lucy Eubank Ward 
6323 Walnut Street 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 




Elizabeth Hale Warren 

761 Union Street 

Manchester, N. H. 








Theodora Isabel Warden 
5001 Ellis Avenue 
Chicago, 111. 



Marion Jean Watkins 

Old Short Hills Road 

Short Hills, N. J. 





One Hundred Four 




POLLA RaWSON WaTKINS 

360 Marion Street 
Denver, Colo. 



Elizabeth Wheeler 
Newport, R. I. 





Agnes Wharton 

2923 South Dakota Avenue 

Washington, D. C. 



Mary Whitaker 

Cedar Grove 

Philadelphia. Pa. 





Charlotte Alice Wheeler 
242 Pearl Street 
Kingston, N. Y. 



Shirley Prence White 

Tudor Tower 

Prospect Place 

New York City 





One Hundred Five 




Frances Whiton 
7 Sudbury Road 
Concord, Mass. 



HlLDEGARD EmMA WlLLMANN 

66 Fifth Street 
Derby, Conn. 





Caroline Roberts Williams 
2257 Tudor Drive 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Alice Winchester 
Danen, Conn. 



Mary Isabelle Williams 
122 West Main Street 
Norwalk, Ohio 



Elizabeth Wiss 
1 Jacobus Place 
New York City 





One Hundred Six 




Jessica Ruth Wolman 
1698 Northampton Street 
Hoi yoke, Mass. 



Frances Jane Zahner 

1530 Michigan Avenue 

LaPorte, Ind. 





Eleanor Louise Wood 
432 South Union Street 
Decatur, 111. 



Vivian Mariette Zerbone 

66 Parker Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 





Mary Louise Young 
1524 Asbury Place 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Betty Anne Zerby 
33 Linn Street 
Bellefonte, Pa. 





One Hundred Seven 




Vera I. Andren 

45 Commonwealth Avenue 

Boston, Mass. 



In Memoriam 



LALIA BARNES SIMISON 




One Hundred Eight 



Former Members of the Class of 1929 



Elizabeth Winslow Allen 

Barbara Atkinson 

Marjorie Anderson 

Geraldine Bailey 

Elizabeth Willard Baker 

Rowena Eleanor Bawlf 

Nelly Furbish Baxter 

Anna Lee Beasley 

Mary Elizabeth Belcher 

Patricia Berger 

Dorothy Curtice Bickford 

Elliott Octavie Blanc 

Harriet Eleanor Bond 

Bernice Elizabeth Bonneau 

Carolyn Gertrude Bostwick 

Edna Emmeline Boyne 

Helen Leavenworth Boynton 

Nancy Shaw Brenner 

Margaret Gray Brett 

Frances du Pre Brown 

Margaret Wood Brown 

Caroline Buck 

Jean La Rue Burnett 

Janet Burns 

Helena Louis Buschmann 

Katherine Wallace Buttrick 

Louise Carolyn Byck 

Annette Dumeax Canby 

Helen Ruth Canfield 

Dorothy Elizabeth Cann 

Eileen Morse Cantwell 

Elizabeth Donaldson Carpenter 

Helen Elizabeth Carr 

Elizabeth Frances Carroll 

Margaret Morrill Caverno 

Eliot Chace 

Caroline Augusta Chandler 

Kathleen Chapman 

Carolyn Emma Chipman 

Elizabeth Chisholm 

Dorothy Eloise Churchell 

Alice Louise Clarke 

Mary Edward Clunet 

Frances Carol Cohn 

Elizabeth Perkins Comstock 

Sophie Connett 

Simira Elizabeth Coppelli 

Frances Cothren 

Barbara Crane 

Constance Virginia Cremins 



Mary Runyon Cressman 

Caroline Cutter 

Martha Davidow 

Maria Elizabeth Delabarre 

Alice Bergen deMauriac 

Ruth Mary Devaney 

Rena Denzer 

Florence Winslow Dickerson 

Eleanor Jeannette Diefendorf 

Anne Diemer 

Mary Agnes Donahue 

Katherine Keren East 

Margaret Hills Eastman 

Mary Alice Edington 

Ellen Cox Ewing 

Ruth Farjeon 

Ruth Katherine Farnham 

Helen Farnum 

Moira Flannery 

Shirley Elizabeth Flather 

Sarah Hall Ford 

Irene Keifer Forman 

Alice Gertrude Fowler 

Katharine Herberta Fowler 

Frances Froment Gaines 

Georgia Mila Gary 

Elizabeth George 

Katherine Probasco Gilchrist 

Carolyn Isabel Gillies 

Lucy Morgan Goodwin 

Evelyn Mary Green 

Victoria Livingston Grey 

Irene Josephine Haines 

Phyllis Bancroft Hankey 

Miriam Hapgood 

Anna Hawley 

Eleanor Chapin Hawley 

Josephine Hay 

Helen Elizabeth Hayes 

Virginia Heiges 

Helen Robbins Hilbert 

Inez Hill 

Elizabeth Geary Hoopes 

Elizabeth Ayres Hope 

Evelyn Brackett Hosley 

Elizabeth Woodbury Howard 

Wilhelmina Van Cleave Howard 

Rebecca Howe 

Dorothy Ludwig Hughes 

Dorcas Anne Hutchfson 



One Hundred J^ine 



Virginia Walker Hutchinson 
Marjorie Janney 
Susan Middlebrook Jennings 
Catherine Elizabeth Jones 
Imogene Phelps Kellogg 
Elizabeth Blanchard Kelsey 
Elizabeth Hazel Kershaw 
Sylvia Kimball 

Virginia Fredericka Lancaster 
Eleanor Swett Leavitt 
Minnie Lesnow 
Harriet Renee Levy 
Meriwether Lewis 
Eugenia Benton Link 
Emily Davis Lord 
Constance Gardner Lufkin 
Cecilia Virginia Lyons 
Carolyn Lothrop McAlpine 
Margaret Mary MacDonald 
Elinor McKinnie 
Martha Jane McMahan 
Matilda Marks 
Maxine Maxwell 
Bernice Sylvia Metzger 
Julia Anna Michno 
Alice Dufresne Miller 
Rosetta Gladys Miller 
Viola Porter Miller 
Mary Kemble Minor 
Mary Rhoda Montague 
Beatrix Hanson Moody 
Lelia Adela Pegram Morgan 
Frances Enloe Murray 
Nancy Washington Naulty 
Barbara Nelson 
Ann Leslie Nichol 
Kathleen O'Brien 
Kathryn Elizabeth Olp 
Virginia Clothilde OMalley 
Virginia Claiborne Orr 
Frances Parker 
Miriam Louise Plaisted 
Elsie Cornelia Pond 
Virginia McFerrin Pope 
Louise Powers 
Mary Belle Pumphrey 
Mary Elizabeth Raible 
Elizabeth Dryden Ramage 



Alice Lea Ratcliffe 
Marion Rau 
Celia Hayden Rhoads 
Lila Eleanor Rich 
Dorothy North Ried 
Ilonka Roberts 
Hope Johnston Robertson 
Sarah Elizabeth Robertson 
Esther Louise Robeson 
Catherine Gillespie Robinson 
Mary Ethelwyn Roblin 
Geraldine Phyliss Rosenberg 
Goldie Eleanor Russell 
Janet Goodwin Rutter 
Eleanor Salzer 
Margaret Scott 
Mary Virginia Secor 
Suzanne Jane Shackelford 
Gertrude Robison Shiman 
Lalia Barnes Simison 
Beatrice Simpson 
Anne McKinstry Speers 
Vivien Claire Speyer 
Elizabeth Caroline Spring 
Martha Lockwood Stout 
Elizabeth Tedford 
Harty Griggs Tilton 
Amy Browning Trainer 
Alice Hayden Treadway 
Helen Freligh Underhill 
Marguerite Vetterstrand 
Marguerite Marilynn Vichules 
Dorothy Mildred Walker 
Agnes Baxter Wanless 
Jeanne Montieth Warner 
Katherine Hall Wells 
Alice Hermion Wheaton 
Mary Elizabeth Whitfield 
Margaret Stevenson Williams 
Sarah Elizabeth Williams 
Isabelle Dorothy Winterbottom 
Florence Graham Witschief 
Lucy Kelsall Wright 
Jane Wurzburg 
Laura Coates Yaggy 
Ellen Yepsen 
Lucy Nesmith Young 
Frances Elizabeth Zimmerman 










One Hundred Ten 




FRESHMAN 
YEAR 



Freshman Year 




Mary Kroehle 



Council Member 



Song Leader 
Carolyn Andrews 

Assistant Song Leader 
Esther Beard 

Historian 
Margaret Smith 



"Left College 



OFFICERS 

President 
Mary Kroehle 

Vice-President 
Mary Barr 

Secretary 
Elizabeth Botsford 

Treasurer 
Effie Manson 




Mary Barr 




One Hundred Fourteen 



Class History 



The fog in which we wandered Freshman year lifted long ago. Now we are at home in 
our College world — we see through the faculty; we sometimes even pretend to under- 
stand the workings of the Registrar's office, and scorched ironing board and burned hash no 
longer confuse us on Tuesday mornings. Four years ago these things were new to us — 
rather terrifying when we stopped to think about them — but most of the time unnoticed 
in the dense fog. 

The first days were hazy. We were too new ourselves to appreciate the newly introduced 
"free cut" system. Dr. Blake gave us excellent advice, but we took to cutting classes as 
easily as if we had done it all our lives. Occasional bright spots punctuated the misty 
paragraphs — the Intelligence Test glared at us, a nightmare of algebra and musical terms 
and suppressed giggles; Mountain Day shone blue and amber upon us, at the top of the 
Holyoke Range, with a windy view and ginger ale; Freshman Frolic blazed with lights and 
crowds and our own hallowed Sophomore who brought us home full of fudge sandwich. 
Then came our first Class meeting, with a disorganized group of preparatory school repre- 
sentatives trying to become a unity. We were more bewildered than ever as a dinosaur and 
a class motto retired with us into the fog. 

The twinkling lights of Sophomore Carnival soon brightened the scene, with the gliding 
of many skates to the rhythm of the Amherst Serenaders, and the warmth of hot tomato 
soup. Soup takes us on to mid-years, when we crammed for the first time in our lives, and 
marvelled at upperclassmen who began to catch up on the movies. Rally Day brought us a 
breath-taking moment of being really collegiate without being condemned, then the pendu- 
lum swung, but the excitement held for our first Spring Dance week-end. 

After a fleeting vacation we found the fog was lifting to reveal grass cops, Senior cars, 
English prints and Paradise. Choir competition brought us triumph, then came finals, with 
a history outline underneath a tree, and before we had time to look around at the once 
misty campus, we were leaving the Northampton station, our ears still ringing with the 
War Cry of all House Mothers in June — "Nothing must be left in the closets!" 

-M. V. S. 




One Hundred Fifteen 







SOPHOMOBE 
YEAR 



Sophomore Year 




Dorothy Harger 

Song Leader 
Esther Beard 

Assistant Song Leader 
Carolyn Andrews 

Chairman of Carnival 
Ruth King 

Rally Day Class Chairman 
Margaret Smith 

Historian 
Margaret Smith 

Chairman of Push Committee 
Mary Kroehle 



"Resigned 



OFFICERS 

President 
Dorothy Harger 

Vice-President 
Effie Manson 

Secretary 
Frances Adams 

Treasurer 
*Elizabeth Baker 
Caroline Mowry 

Council Member 
Mary Barr 




Effie Manson 




One Hundred Eighteen 



Class History 



WE seemed to have been Sophomores always. Our apprenticeship was behind us, and 
we were wise in the ways of things. Head and shoulders above the mist, we alter- 
nately helped and frightened the Class of 1930, and felt delightfully wicked when President 
Neilson warned them to beware of us. He had given the same warning about 1928, and 
would doubtless keep on giving it so long as Freshmen followed Sophomores into Smith, 
but we were suddenly conscious of ourselves as a Class. WE sat downstairs in chapel, in 
spite of our preference for the balcony; WE took Freshmen to Frolic and introduced them 
to the Very Best People (though this sometimes took a lot of nerve); WE ran Carnival; 
WE knew the best tea-room; WE worked ourselves into a panic over mid-years quite 
happily, knowing they wouldn't be fatal; WE heard Kreisler a second time; WE helped at 
Junior Prom, where some of our number rose above the rank of assistant. It was a year of 
Tremendous Importance in which very little was really accomplished. 

The seven-night rule had come into Northampton with us this year, to curb our growing 
interest in near-by colleges. This was a direct affront at the time, but we can see from an 
impersonal distance that it saved our Smith lives. So the year flew by — seven exclamation 
points in the first semester, seven m the second (though "trench-mouth" gave us twelve) 
and Commencement had arrived. 

Never had the interests of any group been so carefully guarded as were those of Sopho- 
more Push Committee. Seniors were worried, Junior Ushers were sad, and Parents were 
meekly obedient and bewildered. We alone loved that June week-end, busy and important 
till the last Senior gown had been collected. Then once more we went through the agony 
of breaking up housekeeping. Once more we bought moth balls at Niquette's and borrowed 
a hammer from the girl across the hall. Once more we packed ourselves and our hatboxes 
into a groaning taxi and left for home. We seemed to have entered College but a few weeks 
before, yet our second year was over! 

— M. V. S. 




One Hundred Nineteen 





Sophomore Push Committee 



Mary Kroehle, Chairman 



Frances Adams 
Carolyn Andrews 
Elizabeth Baker 
Mary Barr 
Esther Beard 
Dorothy Bennett 
Junia Bright 
Arnold Dana 
Alice Eaton 
Elizabeth Edwards 
Virginia Ellis 
Dorothy Harger 



Mary Hollister 
Jeanie Noyes Kerns 
Ruth King 
Effie Manson 
Caroline Mowry 
Margaret Palfrey 
Eugenie Paterson 
Marjorie Pitts 
Mary Potter 
Helen Raymond 
Helen W. Smith 
Margaret V. Smith 




One Hundred Twenty 




JUNIOR 
YEAR 



Junior Year 




Margaret Palfrey 

Assistant Song Leader 
Esther Beard 

Chairman of Junior Prom 

Nancy Miller 

Rally Day Class Chairman 
Ruth King 

Chairman of Junior Ushers 
Alice Eaton 

Historiayi 
Louise Seaman 

President of Sorhonne Group 
Mary Kroehle 



"Resigned 



OFFICERS 

President 
*Margaret Palfrey 
Mary Barr 

Vice-President 
*Helen Smith 
Esther Beard 

Secretary 
Jeanie Noyes Kerns 

Treasurer 
Margaret V. Smith 

Council Members 
*Margaret Palfrey 
Ruth Houghton 
Helen Raymond 

Judicial Board Member 
Alice Eaton 

Song Leader 
Carolyn Andrews 




M. Barr. H. Smith. E. Beard 




One Hundred Twenty-two 



Class History 



WE do not like to boast. As a Class, we are retiring by nature, and we have always 
kept our places with great propriety, nor can the Seniors complain that we have 
ever usurped the first eight rows in chapel (except on state occasions), and we have always 
walked humbly before the mighty (1. e. said Seniors). But this year, despite all our efforts 
to remain inconspicuous, we were forced into prominence. 

The first term passed quietly, but that was because we were saving all our efforts for 
later. Then came Rally Day. Was the Ode to be delivered this year or not? That was the 
vital question. For there had been no Rally Day Ode the year previous. Were we too to suffer 
oblivion on this day of days? Could not one among us rise to the ranks of the immortals and 
commemorate this day in fitting poetry? We held our collected breaths and waited. And 
then — surprise — delight — relief! One among us had qualified — had passed the President's 
high standard, and on February twenty'second, Polly Palfrey rose to give the customary 
Ode, while her classmates silently exulted and the whole College applauded. We felt we 
had triumphed, and if we cast sly glances at the Seniors now and then, it was with malice 
toward none of them, but with chanty toward all. 

Then in the latter part of May came Prom! With what hopes, what fears, we had 
anticipated this great event, ever since Freshman year ! At first timidly, then with growing 
sense of assurance, we approached it. With Nancy Miller as Chairman, we felt capable of 
anything, and our confidence proved to be not without grounds. 

Promises of certain people to come to Prom had been extracted years before, or the 
previous summer, or even the preceding week-end. Prom-dresses had been the main topic of 
conversation since October. There was apprehension in our midst; the exhibits welcomed 
scores of desperate maidens. Telegrams and specials between Hamp and the outside world 
brought consternation to the Western Union and the Post Office alike. Cars were at a 
premium; reservations were made and cancelled with alarming indecision. Finally all was 
in readiness! A week's study of the skies predicted pleasant weather for the week-end. 
And the College settled back to watch the Juniors making whoopee. 

If we do say so ourselves, we looked beautiful (nor are we alone m this opinion). Each of 
us was so entrancing, and deported herself with such grace and dignity, that even the 
faculty were moved to admiration, and one of them extolled our charms to such a degree 
that only the Seniors, with reminiscences of their Prom, could keep our modesty within 
bounds. Then — sic transit gloria mundis! — like Cinderella, we were whisked back to the 
work-a-day world; we were again eager maidens in the pursuit of learning, for the end of the 
week brought final exams, with only three days in which to cram the knowledge of the 
semester into our giddy minds. 

But we survived the ordeal and even managed to look a little self-deprecating after our 
last exam, as a Senior pinned us and presented us with a corsage, which meant that we had 
reached the final rung of the ladder. We were now Seniors in all but — well, all but leading 
out of chapel. And as they sang their last song in June and abdicated the Steps in our favor, 
we took their places almost reluctantly, knowing that never again should we possess the 
same spirit of irresponsible joy which had been ours all year. We were now to be grave and 
dignified, as befitted a Class to be emulated by the future Freshmen. But whether we have 
succeeded in this attitude of solemnity, which is the characteristic of all "grave, old Seniors" 
is not for us to say. We are a modest Class. — F. L. S. 




One Hundred Twenty-three 




Sorbonne Group, 1927- 1928 



Beatrice Adelman 
Beatrice Ansermet 
Louise Bennett 
Virginia Bourne 
Mary Byrne 
Caroline Bixler 
Katherine Bolman 
Ruth Connolly 
Dorothy Clark 
Louise Clarke 
Margaret Cross 
Esther Dudley 
Margaret Dunne 

LlSBETH FRESCHL 



Mary Kroehle, President 
Eleanor Fisk 
*Mary Glenn 
Charlotte Hanna 
Evelyn Hatch 
Miriam Hapgood 
Ida Holt 

Barbara Johnston 
Cordelia Job 
Frances Kiefer 
Mary Kroehle 
Mary Loop 
Effie Manson 
Elsie Pond 
Barbara Riker 



Josephine Stieren 
Phyllis Swain 
*dorothy schwentker 
Margaret Stout 
Marian Sage 
Mary Sommers 
Louise Squibb 
Beatrice Strobel 
Lucelia Taussig 
Agnes van der Kieft 
Caroline Williams 
Alice Winchester 
Hildegard Willmann 
Vivian Zerbone 



Withdrawn 




One Hundred Twenty-five 




Junior Promenade Committee 



Nancy Miller 
Mary Elizabeth Couch 
Anne Basinger 
Arnold Dana 
Gertrude Drew 
Ruth King 
Dorothy Harger 
Elizabeth Buechner 
Edith Colt 
Helen Raymond 
Sarah Thacher 
Priscilla Fairchild 



General Chairman 

Floor Chairman 

Invitation Chairman 

Theater Chairman 

Music Chairman 

Refreshment Chairman 

Chaperone Chairman 

Program and Favor Chairman 

Tea Dance Chairman 

Head Usher 

Sophomore Garden Party Chairman 

Sophomore Decorating Chairman 




One Hundred Twenty seven 



Caroline Mowrv 



Frances Adams 
Clara Allen 
Elizabeth Archer 
Betsy- Ann Avery 
Geraldine Bailey 
Eli7abeth Baker 
Mary Barr 
Anne Basinger 
Esther Beard 
Cynthia Beatty 
Dorothy Bennett 
Helen Berryman 
Marion Bishop 
Ruth Blanchard 
Eleanor Boardman 
Elizabeth Botsford 
Junia Bright 
Ellis Brown 
Frances Bullard 
Janet Bullitt 
Katherine Burnett 
Maud Butterworth 
Harriet Bond 
Edith Colt 
Mary Couch 
Virginia Craig 
Carolyn Crandell 
Ruth Culp 
Charlotte Cushman 
Gertrude Drew 
Alice Eaton 
Elizabeth Edwards 
Virginia Ellis 
Marjorie Fales 



Junior Ushers 

MARSHALS 



USHERS 

Marie Forrest 
Ernestine Gilbreth 
Jane Gilmore 
Elizabeth Goodenough 
Lucie Gould 
Rachel Grant 
Gale Guthrie 
Harriet Hamilton 
Dorothy Harger 
Gertrude Hatch 
Dorothea Haydock 
Mary Hollister 
Ruth Houghton 
Wilhelmina Howard 
Lucia Doris Jones 
Elizabeth Jordan 
Catharine Kerlin 
Jeanie Noyes Kerns 
Ruth King 
Teresa Kirby 
Edith Kirk 
Eleanor Langdon 
Elizabeth Lorimer 
Dorothea Duprey 
Janet MacInnes 
Louise Mayer 
Natalie Moffit 
Caroline Mowry 
Mary Nisbet 
Margaret Palfrey 
Eugenie Paterson 
Elizabeth Patterson 
Maria Pintado 



Dorothy Harger 



Marjorie Pitts 
Mary Potter 
Sally Redman 
Ellen Robinson 
Agnes Rodgers 
Adele Root 
Teresina Rowell 
Frida Scharman 
Wilhelmina Schoellkopf 
Claire Schoenberger 
Louise Seaman 
Harriet Seelye 
Elizabeth Sherman 
Barbara Smith 
Margaret Smith 
Theodora Sohst 
Elizabeth Ann Southworth 
Helen Spurrier 
Louise Spetnagel 
Margaret Streit 
Katherine Taylor 
Helen Tripp 
Susan Tully 
Constance Tyler 
Brenda Tweed 
Denny Underwood 
Mary Frances Vastine 
Lucy Ward 
Elizabeth Warren 
Elizabeth Wheeler 
Shirley White 
Frances Whiton 
Eleanor Wood 
Jane Wurzburg 




One Hundred Twenty nine 



The Commemoration Ode 






Margaret Palfrey 



1 



Yes, we have built a monument for you, 
A shaft — a white flame chiseled in the sky, 
Rising from your white city — tipped with blue. 
Years have not clouded it, nor winds, nor high 
Sun thinned its beauty in our careless land. 
Your name has lent a richness to our tongue, 
Your shadow warmed us; bracing us, your hand 
Is living strength. We who are over young 
Turn with our questions to your mellow age, 
Hear the slow cadence of your words, explore 
Pages half blurred beneath a candle flame. 
We cannot let you sleep; you fill our stage, 
Our books, our thoughts, our life. We ask no more 
To justify a Nation than your name. 

II 

We ask no more? On the Potomac where 

High lawns rise gently, a Virginia sun 

Crosses the framework of your house, and there 

Each day move wistful footsteps, one by one — 

Ever more slowly, wondering at the touch 

Of quiet wind along the golden grass. 

We cannot leave you there. Our need is such 

That we must drag your name from sleep, to pass 

Into a glaring world you would not know; 

Into the crash of cities, turning wheels; 

A fettered sea; a throbbing steel-winged sky; 

Where words and thoughts are shrill — only the low 

Continued sob of war unchanged, that steals 

Along our trail, a voice that will not die. 

Ill 

So we have built a monument for you, 

Shrouded in winds and purified with rain. 

Faithfully we have watched it, kept it new 

To satisfy our pleasure or our pain. 

We have enriched ourselves at your expense, 

We have grown older through your weary age, 

Wise through your wisdom; even in defense 

Of you we reap immortal heritage. 

For you belong to us: in your wide sleep 

Surely you will forgive our selfishness 

That holds your name close to a tarnished land. 

For winds shall come, and silence fold as deep 

About our time as yours. Forgetfulness. 

Will come, and death: but your white shaft will stand. 

One Hundred Thirty 







SENIOR 
YEAR 



Senior Year 




Helen Raymond 

Song Leader 
Carolyn Andrews 

Assistant Song Leader 
Esther Beard 

Rally Day General Chairman 
Arnold Dana 

Rally Day Class Chairmen 
Frances Adams 
Freda Cohen 

Pin Chairman 
Eugenie Paterson 

Historian 
Louise Seaman 

Head Usher 
Dorothea Haydock 



OFFICERS 

President 
Helen Raymond 

Vice-President 
Caroline Mowry 

Secretary 
Cordelia Job 

Treasurer 
Phyllis Swain 

Council Members 

Margaret V. Smith 

Mary Barr 

Judicial Board Member 
Dorothy Harger 




Caroline Mowry 




Cm Hundred Thirtytwo 



Class History 



ONCE more, and for the last time, we review our past and write the final annals of 1929. 
Henceforth, 1929 is only a vague number with no significance attached to it, and our 
history in the future cannot be written as one composite document, but only as 437 separate 
accounts. 

This year has been for us a full one, and hence, a memorable one. Inaugurating the 
College year with the presidential campaign, politics swept the campus from Belmont to 
the new Dorms, leaving chaos, heated argument, and fierce combat in its wake. Those of us 
who had reached our majority took even a more intense interest in proceedings and eagerly 
signed our absentee ballots, and then gloated over our unfortunate opponents deprived 
of this privilege through insufficient age. Political clubs were formed, roommate was divided 
against roommate, mass meetings and parades invaded the sanctity of our campus. Not 
even after the actual election was over did the feeling subside, for belated eulogies and 
heated defamations were heard for many a day after. 

In the fall, we won the interclass hockey tournament, but we waited until Thanksgiving 
before emerging into real publicity. At that time Aggie Rodgers qualified for the All- 
American Hockey Team, and went to Philadelphia to play in a game against the English. 
The fact that the Americans were beaten detracted in no wise from Aggies accomplish' 
ment and her ovation at the station upon her return was almost what the press reported it. 

Slightly wearied by post'vacation depression and the mid-year Panic, we eagerly web 
corned Rally Day. And even if it did come on a Friday, we are glad we spent the week-end 
here, for if we never see anything else in our life, we will be content having seen Pat 
Patterson as Captain Neilson, conducting morning prayers on the "S. S. Sophia !" 

Only the more valorous of us fussed Prom this year. The great majority preferred to 
remain quietly on the sidelines, nursing our rheumatic joints, and watching the Juniors play 
merrily with their Prom guests. Sometimes, their pretty capers brought a tear to our old, 
dim eyes, as we recalled a similar scene in which we had participated last year. But, realizing 
that such frivolities were not meant for us, we wandered sadly away, leaving the young 
things to amuse each other. 

Then came Spring — real Spring, when we donned our caps and gowns and sang senti' 
mental songs on the steps of Studes. The campus became alive with us, black-robed, 
mortar-boarded beings, grave and intent as befitted serious Seniors who had a mission in 
life (l. e. Diploma, June 18th). 

And true to tradition, despite all we have said to the contrary, we have become senti- 
mental Seniors. Our past year is strewn with milestones, both gay and sad, with a little 
melancholy note lurking behind even the gay ones. Our last mid-years, our last Spring- 
Dance, our last vacation, our last exam, and then — our last Step-Sing! Perhaps this is the 
most impressive ceremonial of all, when, in caps and gowns, we sing our farewell song to 
the College, and gravely descend the steps which we reluctantly relinquish to the Juniors. 
Tradition demands it — and we must step aside to make room for the younger generation ! 
1929 has passed on. 

As we write the last words in these pages and close the history of our brief life here, it 
seems natural that we should end it with the song that is in our hearts as we perform our 
last duties, attend our last classes, and witness our last chapel. Its familiar air will continue 
to haunt us even when we are gone and others are singing it on warm, lazy spring evenings: 

"Sun is sinking in the west, shadows longer grow 
O'er the campus that we love, clouds are drifting slow. 
You will see the scenes we love still in future Mays. 
But the sun is setting fast on our College days." — F. L. S, 

One Hundred Thirty-three 




Commence, 



Ivy Day Program 

Saturday, June Fifteenth 

IVY EXERCISES ON THE CAMPUS 

IVY EXERCISES IN JOHN M. GREENE HALL 

CONCERT BY THE GLEE CLUB AND STUDENTS OF THE 
DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 

SOCIETY REUNIONS 

COLLEGE SING 

CONCERT BY THE GLEE CLUB, PARADISE POND 



IVY DAY SONG 

Words try Margaret Palfrey 
Music b)> Carolyn Ball 

We bring you ivy, walls; here at your feet 

Softly we lay a fragrant shining plume; 

Under these elms, these hills, this bit of sky, 

In your deep earth we leave our dreams to bloom. 

Dreams of young ivy, silver in the wind, 
Climbing strong-fingered roots, alive, sun-caught; 
Old ivy, shrouded, matching green and gold, 
Heavy with sleep, mysterious in thought. 

You quiet walls in this New England town, 
We who have known you find no words to say 
How rich we are, the outer world how poor: 
We bring you ivy and our dreams today. 




One Hundred Thirfy-six 



Baccalaureate Program 

Sunday, June Sixteenth 

BACCALAUREATE ADDRESS IN SAGE HALL 
President ]\[eilson 

CONCERT IN JOHN M. GREENE HALL 
The Smith College Symphony Orchestra and Students of the Department of Music 

RECEPTION BY PRESIDENT AND MRS. NEILSON AND MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY 

ORGAN VESPERS IN JOHN M. GREENE HALL 



COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 

Monday, June Seventeenth 

EXERCISES IN JOHN M. GREENE HALL 

ADDRESS BY RAYMOND BLAINE FOSDICK, L.L.D. 

ALUMNAE ASSEMBLY IN JOHN M. GREENE HALL 

CLASS SUPPER IN THE ALUMNAE GYMNASIUM 




One Hundred Thirty-seven 



Commencement Committees 

IVY DAY 

Anne Basinger, Chairman 



Frances Adams 
Carolyn Ball 



Ruth King 
Marjorie Pitts 



Sarah Shurtleff 



IVY DAY SONG 

Caroline Crandell, Chairman 
Carolyn Ball Jeanne Hirsch 

Elizabeth Botsford Margaret Palfrey 

ORDER OF MARCHING 
Mary Barr, Chairman 
Dorothy Bennett R UT h Houghton 

Dorothea Haydock Mary Kroehle 

Nancy Miller 



COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER 

Catharine Kerlin, Chairman 



Alice Eaton 



Helen Smith 




One Hundred Thirty-eight 



COMMENCEMENT PRINTING 

Effie Manson, Chairman 



Margaret Cross 
Lucia Jones 
Mary McClintock 



Elizabeth Patterson 
Martha Richardson 
Helen Tripp 



Mary Crafts 
Helen Lord 
Elizabeth Mack 



CAP AND GOWN 

Jane Gilmore, Chairman 



Frances Page 
Adele Root 
Frances Whiton 



Ellis Brown 
Marjorie Fales 



CLASS SUPPER 

Frances Neill, Chairman 



Constance Tyler 



Gale Guthrie 
Louise Spetnagel 




One Hundred Thirty-nine 



To 1930 



We're getting old; we sentimentalize. 

You know, regrets! as when alumnae say, 

O lvy-covered walls! O perfect skies 

On Mountain Day!" And now we're just that way. 

We thought of caps and gowns and all the rest. 
We thought of all we had to lose and knew 
(Although before we never would have guessed!) 
That nothing could be worse than losing you. 



But even worse than that — (a tear begins? 
Don't cry; it's hard, and yet you must be told.) 
You're losing us! But still you have our pins; 
Now take the rest we leave, and be consoled. 



E. R. 




Mary Eaton 
Secretary 



Penelope Crane 
President 



Katrina Cooley 
V\ce-President 



Virginia Harrison 
Treasurer 




One Hundred Fortv-three 



To 193 1 



In the matter of family relations 

We can fill almost all situations, 

For we're Mothers of New Generations, 

And by process of rejuvenations 

We are some of us granddaughters, too. 

We've been wives in a marriage scholastic, 
For in spite of our courses gymnastic, 
All our week-ends so far from elastic, 
And our cutting professors bombastic, 
We've been happily wedded to work. 

Though in numerous roles so proficient. 
And in secrets domestic omniscient, 
We are not in ourselves quite sufficient: 
For we felt we were sadly deficient, 
Till we found we had sisters in you. 

We can say with a kind condescendence 
We are glad to have lost independence, 
While your stock makes a steady ascendance 
And we're glad to have you for descendants 
For it might have been somebody else! 



-E. R. 




Harriet Loutrell 
President 



Julia Quirk 

Vice-President 



Lorna MacDonnell 
Treasurer 



Katharine Irwin 

Secretary 



One Hundred Forty-five 







To 1932 

We sang to you at Frolic. 
We sing to you in June. 
We sang to you on Rally Day. 
Will you forget the tune? 



And all the time we're whispering 
—A little song let fall- 
So faint — almost a lullabye, 
O, youngest ones of all ! 

For now we leave you motherless, 
And motherlike we pray 
That you will keep the path we've set 
And never go astray. 



We sang to you at Frolic. 

We sing to you in June. 

We sang to you for one whole year. 

Can we forget so soon? 



E. R. 




Carolyn Sherwood 
President 



Athalia Ogden 
Vice-President 



Collier Connell 
Secretary 



Gernda v. Briesen 
Treasurer 



One Hundred Forty-seven 



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Student Council 



Margaret Palfrey, 1929, President 



Ruth Houghton, 1929 
Mary Kroehle, 1929 
Helen W. Smith, 1929 
Helen Raymond, 1929 
Margaret V. Smith, 1929 
Mary Barr, 1929 . 
Penelope Crane, 1930 
Janet Mahony, 1930 
Janet Gordon, 1930 
Harriet Loutrel, 1931 
Marion McInnes, 1931 . 
Carolyn Sherwood, 1932 



Chairman of Judicial Board 

President of House of Representatives 

President of S. C. A. C W. 

President of Class 

Class Representative 

Class Representative 

President of Class 

Class Representative 

Class Representative 

President of Class 

Class Representative 

President of Class 




One Hundred Fifty-one 




Ruth Houghton 




One Hundred Fiftytwo 




Judicial Board 



Ruth Houghton, 1929, Chairman 



Margaret Palfrey, 1929 
Mary Kroehle, 1929 
Ellis Brown, 1929 
Dorothy Harger, 1929 . 
Sarah Prescott, 1930 
Martha Berry, 1931 
Elizabeth Cobb, 1932 



President of Student Council 
President of House of Representatives 
Member from House of Representatives 
Class Representative 
Class Representative 
Class Representative 
Class Representative 




One Hundred Fifty three 




Mary Kroehle 




One Hundred Fiftyfour 




House of Representatives 



Mary Kroehle, 1929 
Emily White. 1929 



Clara Allen 
Elaine Appleton 
Dorothy Baker 
Margaret Batchelor 
Shirley Billings 
Ellis Brown 
Katherine Burnett 
Florence Chapin 
Helen Coughlan 
Carolyn Crandell 
Irene Daignault 
Marjorie Fales 
Priscilla Feeley 

Marjorie Ames 
Margaret Barclay 
Amelia Canning 
Alice Carson 
Esther Chilson 
Alice Davis 
Constance Davison 
Dorothy Deane 
Katherine Drury 

Elizabeth Brooks 

Lois Hand 



OFFICERS 

President Catharine Kerlin, 
Vice-President Ellis Brown. 1929 . 
MEMBERS 
1929 



1929 . Secretary 

Member on Judicial Board 



Barbara Freeman 


Helen MacGregor 


Wilhelmina Schoellkopp 


Eleanor Hawkins 


Ann McLemore 


Elizabeth Sherman 


Cordelia Job 


Mary Moser 


Martha Sherwin 


Catharine Kerlin 


Frances Palmer 


Sarah Shurtleff 


Teresa Kirby 


Althea Payson 


Margaret V. Smith 


Mary Kroehle 


Maria Pintado 


Florence Somers 


Mary Lane 


Elizabeth Pratt 


Helen Spurrier 


Helen Largeman 


Edith Remick 


Elin Teir 


ROSANN LlPE 


Ellen Robinson 


Lucy Ward 


Frederica Lykes 


Adele Root 


Agnes Wharton 


Susan Lyman 


Phyllis Rust 


Mary Whitaker 


Elaine Mansfield 


Florence Sellenings 


Frances Whiton 


Virginia MacLeish 


Frida Scharman 
1930 


Elizabeth Wiss 


Priscilla Fairchild 


Helen Kelly 


Elizabeth Quiney 


Patricia Goodwillie 


Winston Lamar 


Alice Rugen 


Janet Gordon 


Helene Lipe 


Mary Sayre 


Ann Hamilton 


Agnes Lyall 


Emeline Shaffer 


Nancy Hamilton 


Marjorie Owens 


Jean Smart 


Dorothy Hayes 


Katherine Park 


Margaret Taylor 


Haideen Henderson 


Ruth Perkins 


Lucia Weimer 


Elizabeth How land 


Mary Peterson 


Emily White 


Catherine Huber 


Louise Provost 
1931 




Ruth Collier 


Mary Garrison 




1932 ^^— ^ 


Elsie Snyder 



One Hundred Fiftyfive 




Helen W. Smith 




One Hundred Fiftysix 




Smith College Association for Christian Work 



OFFICERS 



Helen W. Smith, 1929 
Marjorie Pitts, 1929 
Helen Teagle, 1930 
Martha Stanley, 1931 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS 



Elizabeth Wright, 1930 
Maria Pintado, 1929 
Esther Beard, 1929 
Ruth Culp, 1929 . 
Teresina Rowell, 1929 
Alice Eaton, 1929 
Katharine Riley, 1930 
Catharine Kerlin, 1929 
Katherine Lilly, 1931 
Esther Ogden, 1930 



Conferences 
Cosmopolitan Club 
Deputations 
Institute 
Social Service 
Speakers 
Interest Groups 
World Fellowship 
House Representatives 
Thursday Morning Prayers 




One Hundred Fiftyseven 




Delegation to Silver Bay, 1928 

MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY 



Miss Mira Wilson 
Dr. K. Frances Scott 
Dr. Mary Nicholson 
Miss Dorothy Williams 



Esther Beard 
Mary Coburn 
Beatrice Cline 
Dorothea Haydock 

Naomi Bruce 
Mary Eaton 
Myra Ferguson 
Helen Fiske 
Barbara Hall 



Jean Campbell 
Mary Davis 
Mary Dorr 
Henrietta Hull 



1929 
Marguerite Kirk 
Caroline Mowry 
Hilma Peterson 
Maria Pintado 

1930 
Ruth Hill 
Lois Hoover 
Susan Hopkins 
Barbara Judkins 
Mary McLean 
Elinor Morris 

1931 
Katharine Lannin 
Harriet Pine 
Virginia Smith 
Martha Stanley 



Marjorie Pitts 
Teresina Rowell 

Harriet Seelye 
Helen Smith 



Katharine Riley 
Elinore Roberts 
Marion Scranton 
Barbara Whittemore 
Elizabeth Wright 



Louise Stoffregen 
Ann Truslow 
Marjorie Walker 
Mary Youngman 




One Hundred Fifty-eight 




Vocational Guidance Committee 

Eugenie Paterson Catharine Kerlin, Chairman Ernestine Gilbreth 



Susan Baker 
Esther Bauman 
Elizabeth Belden 
Barbara Bennett 
Marjorie Blanchard 
Jean Campbell 
Dorcas Carland 
Barea";a Chandler 
Hazel Chapman 
Sarah Chase 
Josephine Church 
Emily Collins 
Caroline Corbett 
Virginia Crawford 
Elizabeth Cross 
Barbara Duncan 



CONSULTANTS 

Marjory Ferguson 
Mary Frost 
Florence de Haas 
Mary Hamlin 
Margaret Hankins 
Ruth Hanna 
Edith Hanson 
Elizabeth Henry 
Frances Hinckley 
Alice Hoxie 
Eleanor Hull 
Elizabeth Kells 
Katherine Lackey 
Margaret Lane 
Helen Lee 
Elizabeth Lewis 
Jane McKelvey 



Ruth Mitchell 
Pauline Moor 
Frances Rich 
Marjorie Rigney 
Caroline Rogers 
Jane Rush 
Virginia Scott 
Katharine Sears 
Sylvia Shapiro 
Elizabeth Sherrill 
Dorothy Spencer 
Martha Stanley 
Louise Stoffregen 
Elisabeth Thomson 
Caroline Woodhull 
Charlotte Woodruff 




One Hundred Fifty-nine 




Debating Council 



Elizabeth Kingsbury, 1930 
Eleanor Jack, 1931 
Maybelle Kennedy, 1929 
Sylvia Cohen, 1930 
Jane Gilmore, 1929 
Elizabeth Olmsted, 1931 
Jeanette Pomerantz, 1931 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Coach 

Chairman of Materials 

Chairman of Entertainment 

Chairman of Publicity 



SMITH-HOOVER DEBATE 
October 31, 1928 



Jeanette Pomerantz, 1931 



Maybelle Kennedy, 1929 



PRINCETON-SMITH DEBATE 
December 1, 1928 
Jane Heap, 1930 Elizabeth Kingsbury, 1930 

Susan Hopkins, 1930 Helen Kirkpatrick, 1931 



Sylvia Cohen, 1930 



BATESSMITH DEBATE 
February 20, 1929 

Phyllis Tulin, 1929 



Jane Heap, 1930 




One Hundred Sixty 




Curriculum Committee 

Frances Adams, 1929, Chairman 





1929 




Ruth Cook 


Janet MacInnes 
1930 


Margaret V. Smi" 


Cordelia Dumaine 


Esther Ogden 


Anne Robinson 


Mary Maude Howell 


1931 


Elizabeth Wright 


Cecilia Ellerbe 


Ruth Mitchell 


Caroline Woodhl 




One Hundred Sixty-one 




Special Honors Students 



Mary Arnott 
Esther Beard 
Mary Coburn 
Barbara Freeman 
Ruth Houghton 
Cornelia Jenney 
Martha Kellogg 
Maybllle Kennedy 



1929 



Alice Winchester 



Janet MacInnes 
Louise Mayer 
Margaret Palfrey 
Mary L. Petermann 
Ida Raisbeck 
Margaret Rheinberger 
Ruth Sumner 
Hildegard Willmann 




One Hundred Sixtytwo 




Special Honors Students 



1930 



Frances Bixby 
Mildred Brown 
Annie E. Browning 
Dorothy Buchanan 
Elizabeth Cady 
Christine Chace 
Jocelyn Crane 
Fanny Curtis 
Lois Duggan 
Elizabeth Eaton 
Myra Ferguson 
Margaret Goodlatte 



Dona Worral 



Jane Heap 
Irene Koerber 
Augusta Morse 
Elizabeth Myers 
Rachel Neely 
Florence Northrop 
Mary Osborn 
Jane Revere 
Carol Riegelman 
Jane Stewart 
Edith Vail 
Ella-Kate Wemple 




One Hundred Sixty-three 




Student Advisors Committee 

Ellis Brown, 1929, Chairman 
Elizabeth Benedict, 1931 Mary Magee, 1931 

Penelope Crane, 1930 Agnes Rodgers, 1929 

Catharine Kerlin, 1929 Katharine Sanders, 1930 




One Hundred Sixtyfour 



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Ruth Cook 

Mary Arnott 
Anne Basinger 
Dorothy Beeley 
Louise Bennett 
Gwendolyn Corwin 
Ruth Culp 
Arnold Dana 
Rachel Grant 
Jane Grinnan 
Adele Hammerschlag 
Dorothy Harger 
Sarah Hill 
Ruth Houghton 

Elizabeth Cady 



Phi Beta Kappa 

MEMBERS IN 1929 

Elected Junior Tear 

Elected Senior Tear 
Cornelia Jenney 
Barbara Johnston 
Maybelle Kennedy 
Miriam Lee 
Christina Lochman 
Janet MacInnes 
Elizabeth Mack 
Louise Mayer 
Margaret Moore 
Margaret Palfrey 
Althea Payson 
Mary L. Petermann 

MEMBERS IN 1930 



Ruth Sumner 

Ida Raisbeck 
Helen Raymond 
Margaret Rheinberger 
Teresina Rowell 
Barbara Simison 
Frances Strakosch 
Elin Teir 
Elise Thomas 

ROSLYN TlTMAN 

Julia Wall 
Hildegard Willmann 
Caroline Williams 
Alice Winchester 

Marjorie Lawson 




One Hundred Sixty-five 




Alpha 



President 
Vice-President 
Senior Executive 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 



Carolyn Ball 
Esther Beard 
Katherine Bolman 
Elizabeth Botsford 
Edith Bozyan 



Anne Andrew 

Ruth Hill 

Ottilie Hutchinson 



Evelyn Boardman 



OFFICERS 
First Semester 
Esther Beard 
Martha Richardson 
Jeanne Hirsch 
Anne Andrew 
Elizabeth Shaw 



Elizabeth Breed 
Carolyn Crandell 
Dorothy Dudley 
Ernestine Gilbreth 
Dorothy Harger 



MEMBERS 
1929 

Jeanne Hirsch 
Anne Homer 
Mary Kroehle 
Mary McClintock 
Elizabeth Patterson 



Phyllis Swaii- 



1930 



Margaret Johnson 
Margaret Kremers 
Winston Lamar 



Vera Mintz 
Helen Noyes 
Mary Parker 



Myra Coffin 



Elizabeth Shaw 

1931 

Sylvia D'Lugasch 
Dorothy Kelley 



HONORARY MEMBER 
Hildegard Kolbe 



Second Semester 
Dorothy Harger 
Ruth Hill 
Ernestine Gilbreth 
Dorothy Kelley 
Anne Robinson 



Marjorie Pitts 
Martha Richardson 
Helen Smith 
Louise Squibb 
Marjorie Streit 



Sarah Prescott 
Edda Renouf 
Anne Robinson 



Esther Jones 




One Hundred Sixty-seven 




President 
Senior Executiv: 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Vice-President 
]unior Executive 



Frances Adams 
Mary Arnott 
Anne Basinger 
Dorothy Beeley 
Edith Colgate 
Rachel Grant 



Katrina Cooley 
Priscilla Fairchild 
Barbara Hall 
Ann Hamilton 



Martha Blake 
Mary Chase 



Phi Kappa Psi 

OFFICERS 

First Semester 
Anne Basinger 
Frances Adams 

Ella Hume 



MEMBERS 
1929 

Eleanor Hay 
Dorothea Haydock 
Ruth King 
Margaret Palfrey 
Ruth Pillsbury 
Frida Scharman 

1930 
Catherine Heald 
Ella Hume 
Mary Nixon 
June Offinger 
Nancy Parker 

1931 
Mary Elizabeth Jonas 



Second Semester 
Elizabeth Wheeler 
Frida Scharman 
Mary Chase 
Mary Nixon 
Ella Hume 
Ann Hamilton 



Mary Ella Service 
Sarah Shurtleff 
Barbara Simison 
Theodora Sohst 
Elizabeth Wheeler 
Carol Williams 



Gertrude Saunders 
Sallie Simons 
Ailene Slocovich 
Patty Wood 



Elizabeth Perkins 
Martha Stanley 




One Hundred Sixty-nine 




OFFICERS 



Elizabeth Wiss 
Catherine Heald 



Annette Hawkins 
Roberta Matthews 



Dorothy Griffiths 

Florence Bragdon 
Grace Laub 



MEMBERS 
1929 

Elizabeth Wiss 
1930 

1931 



Graduate Student 
Dorothy Bell 



President 
Secretary 



Dorothy Rhoades 

Isabelle Williams 



Catherine Heald 

Katharine Sears 
Isabelle Stearns 




One Hundred Seventy 



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OFFICERS 




Shirley Billings 




Presiderit 


Patty Wood 


MEMBERS 
1929 


Treasurer 


Shirley Billings 


Annette Hawkins 


Dorothy Rhoades 


Arnold Dana 


Marian Holden 
Roberta Matthews 

1930 


Elizabeth Wiss 


Marjorie Ames 


Margaret Kiernan 


Claire Riley 


Elizabeth Eaton 


Ann Marsh 


Helen Sanderson 


Dorothy Griffiths 


1931 


Patty Wood 


Edith Campbell 


Lorna MacDonnell 


Grace Ridgeley 


Helen Dawe 


Elizabeth Perkins 


Katharine Sears 


Hope Dudgeon 




Eleanor Towle 




One Hundred Seventy one 






Phyllis Swain . 
Maria Pintado 



OFFICIERS 

Presidente Ruth Burford 
Vice-Presidente Mary Mattison 



Secretaire 
Tresoriere 



MEMBRES 
1929 



Beatrice Ansermet 
{Catherine Bolman 
Jane Crawford 
Irene Daignault 
Dorcas Dickinson 
Virginia Ellis 



Marjorie Fales 
Mary Glenn 
Dorothy Harger 
Cordelia Job 
Claire Levine 
Mary Loop 



Elaine Mansfield 
Barbara Manson 
Nancy Miller 
Julie Nicoll 
Maria Pintado 
Helen Raymond 



Jessica Scott 
Martha Sherwin 
Beatrice Strobel 
Caroline Williams 
Hildegarde Willmann 
Alice Winchester 



Julia Dodge 



1930 



concetta bonomo 
Ruth Burford 
Naneen Burnap 
Margaret Goodlatte 
Adelaide Hall 



Nancy Hamilton 
Sarah Harrison 
Lois Hoover 
Beatrice Howell 
Alleen Kelly 



Margaret Kremers 
Janet Mahony 
Eleanor Reed 
Edda Renouf 
Carol Riegelman 



Evelyn Robert 
Ethel Strock 
Claire Thomas 

TsOGHIK ZARIFIAN 



Patricia Caffee 
Barbara Dean 



Katharine Irwin 
Alison O'Brian 



1931 



Eleanor Mathesius 
Mary Mattison 



Helen Talbot 



Jane McKelvey 
Katherine Scranton 




One Hundred Seventytwo 



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OFFICERS 



Electa Search 
Hildegar.de Kramme 
Barbara Son 



Helen Bartelt 
Kathleen Berry 
Elizabeth Buechner 
Ruth Cook 
Julia Dodge 



Barbara Banning 
Amelia Dimeling 
Esther Glanz 
Ruth Griffenhagen 
Jane Heap 

Ruth Alpert 
Bernadette Hugo 



MEMBERS 

1929 

Adele Hamerschlag 
Elizabeth Lorimer 
Roberta Matthews 
Marion Miller 
Georgia Montgomery 
Tessie Radding 

1930 
Regina Held 
Betty Jane Hellebush 
Hildegarde Kramme 
Norma Leas 
Agnes Lyall 

1931 

Janice Katz 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



WlLHELMINA ScHOELLKOPF 

Electa Search 
Elin Teir 
Elise Thomas 
Hildegarde Willmann 



Mary McLean 
Hildsgard Raubenheimer 
Gertrude Salaway 
Sylvia Shapleigh 
Barbara Son 

Eleanor Mathesius 
Ruth Perry 




One Hundred Seventythree 



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Julia Dodge 
Maria Pintado 
Claire Thomas 
Dorothea Bolton 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Charlotte Cushman 
Julia Dodge 
Priscilla Feeley 



Dorothea Bolton 
Helen Dickerman 



Helen Connolly 
Jane Kidston 



MEMBERS 
1929 

ROSANN LlPE 

Elaine Mansfield 
Barbara Manson 

1930 
Patricia Goodwillie 
Virginia Harrison 
Beatrice Jackson 

1931 

Frances Lo Bello 



Maria Pintado 
Beatrice Strobel 
Elizabeth Wiss 



Mary McLean 
Claire Thomas 



Katherine Parker 
Katherine Scranton 




One Hundred Seventyfour 




Phyllis Tulin 
Isabel Phisterer 
Helen Kelly . 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary Treasurer 



Caroline Blanton 
Dorothy Dudley 
Agnes Johnston 
Elizabeth Patterson 

Barbara Banning 
Helen Brown 



MEMBERS 

1929 
Isabel Phisterer 
Rosemary Sawyer 
Frida Scharman 

1930 
Silvia Goldman 
Susan Hopkins 
Elise Hoster 



Louise Seaman 
Phyllis Tulin 
Julia Wall 
Margaret Williams 

Helen Kelly 
Nancy Parker 



Martha Bloom 
Annetta Bouton 



1931 

Margaret Hankins 
Edith Hanson 



Cornelia Heile 
Ruth Scannell 




One Hundred Sevenfyfive 



MMHCLVB 



Sarah Hill 
Marjorie Banks 
Edith Cook 
Louise Spetnagel 



OFFICERS 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 



Marjorie Banks 
Edith Cook 
Adele Hamerschlag 
Sarah Hill 



Gladys Bolton 
Mary Buell 
Adelaide Bull 
Marion Crockett 
Frances Dowie 



MEMBERS 




1929 




Marguerite Kirk 


Louise Spetnagel 


Mary Locke Petermann 


Ruth Sumner 


Ruth Puffer 


Elise Thomas 


Elizabeth Rowbotham 


Isabellf. Williams 


1930 




Lucy Groat 


Vera Mintz 


Irene Koerber 


Augusta Morse 


Marjorie Lawson 


Udell Redmond 


Edwina Macomber 


Coral St. Jacques 




Elizabeth Whittemore 


1931 




Marion Nelson 






One Hundred Seventy-six 




OFFICERS 



Ruth Puffer 
Augusta Morse 



President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Mary Cooper 
Sarah Hill 
Mary Hollister 



Elizabeth Babcock 
Barbara Banning 
Margaret Barclay 
Helen Barthel 



MEMBERS 

1929 

Mary Kroehle 
Ruth Puffer 



1930 

Mildred Brown 
Emily Culbertson 
Dorothy Dickinson 
Alice Eberly 



Barbara Simison 
Isabelle Williams 
Jane Zahner 



Suzanne Greist 
Augusta Morse 
Rachel Neely 
Elizabeth Olney 



Mary Folsom 
Joan Getchell 



1931 

Joy Kimball 
Mary Perkins 



Virginia Rowland 
Carol Smith 




One Hundred Seventyseven 




OFFICERS 



Isabel Williams 




President 


Ethel Huchberger 




Vice-President 


Adelaide Bull 




Secretary 


Lucy Groat 


MEMBERS 
1929 


Treasurer 


Adele Hammerschlag 


Janet MacInnes 


Evelyne Slabey 


Sarah Hill 


Georgia Montgomery 


Louise Spetnagel 


Mary Hollister 


Mary L. Petermann 


Margaret Stout 


Ethel Huchberger 


Elisabeth Rowbotham 


Ruth Sumner 


Marguerite Kirk 


1930 


Isabel Williams 


Adelaide Bull 


Lucy Groat 


Alice Palmer 


Elizabeth Cady 


Dorothy Hayes 


Eva Sisson 


Alice Davis 


Vera Mintz 


Jane Stewart 


Lois Duggan 


Augusta Morse 
1931 


Elizabeth Whittemore 


Catherine Cooke 


Grace Mitchell 


Frances Tupper 


Ethel Farrington 


Elizabeth Perkins 


Elizabeth Wales 


Frances Hinckley 


Louise Swain 


Emily Williams 




One Hundred Sei>ent;y-eight 




Ruth Cook 
Althea Payson 
Ruth Belden 
Ruth Sumner 



OFFICERS 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Chairman Executive Committee 



RlSSEL BONOFF 

Mary-Frances Butler 
Ruth Cook 
Jane Grinnan 
Georgia Montgomery 

Ruth Belden 
Frances Dowie 
Lois Duggan 
Julia Gieschi 



MEMBERS 

1929 
Dorothy Neuhof 
Althea Fayson 
Mary Locke Pitermann 
Margaret Rheinberger 

1930 
Eleanor Hicken 
Susan Hopkins 
Edith Kline 



evelyne slabey 
Eleanor Spottiswoode 
Mary Steele 
Ruth Sumner 
Elise Thomas 

Irene Koerber 
Harriet Pickens 
Mary Salmon 
Fanny Ruth Unger 




One Hundred Seventy-nine 




OFFICERS 



Mary Lane . 
Althea Payson 
Mary Steele 
Elizabeth Copeland 



Elizabeth Archer 
Mary'Frances Butler 
Helen Cheney 
Eleanor Connell 
Helen Dollar 
Jane Grinnan 

Elizabeth Blossom 
Elizabeth Copeland 
Jocelyn Crane 
Dorothy Davis 
Constance Davison 
Martha Denny 



MEMBERS 
1929 
Mary Lane 
Janet Lloyd 
Elizabeth Mattoon 
Janet Moll 
Marion Neilson 

1930 
Lois Duggan 
Virginia Fowler 
Janet Gordon 
Eleanor Hicken 
Mildred Kaufman 

1931 

Mabelita McLane 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Dorothy Neuhof 
Althea Payson 
Margaret Rheinberger 
Barbara Rogers 
Elizabeth Sherman 
Mary Steele 

Elizabeth Kingsbury 
Edith Kline 
Margaret Mount 
Frances Porch 
Mary Salmon 
Frances True 




One Hundred Eighty 





Christina Lochman 
Elizabeth Merriman 
Agnes Rodgers 



OFFICERS 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Gwendolyn Corwin 
Helen Frahm 
Jane Gilmore 



MEMBERS 
1929 
Christina Lochman 
Elizabeth Lumbard 
Frederica Lykes 
Mary Louise Moser 






Margaret Osborne 
Agnes Rodgers 
Jessica Scott 



Marjorie Best 
Jocelyn Crane 



1930 
Virginia Kirk 

1931 
Betty Schuyler 



Elizabeth Merriman 
Ella-Kate Wemple 




One Hundred Eightyone 




OFFICERS 

Agnes Johnston . .... 

Mary Virginia Auld ..... 
Elsa Siipola, Mary Whitaker, Dorothy Funkhouser 



President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Social Committee 



Mary Virginia Auld 
Margaret Beazell 
Dorothy Berger 
Edith Cook 
Dorothy Funkhouser 
Janet Goldschmidt 



Mildred Brown 

Annie Eunice Browning 



MEMBERS 
1929 
Helen Hamburger 
Agnes Johnston 
Helen Largeman 
Minnie Lesnow 
Frederica Lykes 
Margaret Moore 
Frances Neill 

1930 

Elizabeth Myers 
Marian Ofner 

Graduate Students 
Eleanor Chapman 
Mollie Harrower 



Dorothy Selman 
Elsa Siipola 
evelyne slabey 
Frances Strakosh 
Mary Whitaker 
Mary Louise Young 



Elizabeth Olney 
Phyllis Strong 




One Hundred Eightytwo 




Constance Tyler . 
Louise Spetnagel .. 
Elizabeth Nicholson 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Elaine Appleton 
Emily Bartlett 
Helen Berryman 
Dorothy Brummer 
Laura Buck 
Katherine Burnett 
Harriet Dowd 
Marie Forrest 
Jane Gilmore 
Beulah Greenburgh 
Helen Hamburger 



MEMBERS 
1929 

Adele Hamerschlag 
Mary Hopkins 
Yvonne Kopetzky 
Edith Landis 
Helen Largeman 
Frances Neill 
Elizabeth Nicholson 
Marjorie Pitts 
Helen Raymond 
Teresina Rowell 



Frida Scharman 
Martha Sherwin 
Louise Spetnagel 
Julia Spiegel 

ROSLYN TlTMAN 

Helen Tripp 
Phyllis Tulin 
Constance Tyler 
Louise Veo 
Agnes Wharton 
Frances Whiton 




One Hundred Eighty-three 




OFFICERS 



Mary Cooper 
Rachel Grant 
Mary Louise Young 
Ursula Herold 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Marion Bronson 
Mabel Cook 
Mary Cooper 
Elizabeth Goodenough 

Mary Barker 
Elizabeth Cady 



MEMBERS 

1929 
Rachel Grant 
Dorothy Harger 
Ursula Herold 



1930 



Jane Heap 



Cornelia Jenney 
Ann McLemore 
Margaret Palfrey 
Mary Louise Young 

Sallie Simons 
Tsoghik Zarifian 




One Hundred Eighty-four 





OFFICERS 



Elizabeth Lorimer 
Marian Giles 
Mary Sayre . 
Anita Owens 
Irma Bryant 



Mary Coburn 
Edith Colt 
Gwendolyn Corwin 



MEMBERS 

1929 

Helen Coughlan 
Dorothea Ford 
Marian Giles 
Marguerite Kirk 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Senior Executive 

Junior Executive 



Elizabeth Lorimer 
Elizabeth Mattoon 
Anita Owens 



Dorothea Bolton 
Irma Bryant 

Esther Chilson 



1930 
Dorothy Davis 
Julia Gieschi 



Edwina Macomber 
Carol Riegelman 
Mary Sayre 




One Hundred Eighty-five 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
Professor S. Ralph Harlow 
Maria Pintado 
Foreign Members 
Milla Alihan (Russia) 
Ging San Chu (China) 
Julianna Cotton (England) 
Stella Eskin (Russia) 
Annamaria Freund (Germany) 
Anugrah Hari'Narain (India) 
Mollie Harrower (England) 
Jadwiga Kacsynska (Poland) 
Hildegard Kolbe (Germany) 
Vera Mintz (Russia) 
Maria Pintado (Porto Rico) 
Elizabeth Ramsey (England) 
Pierrette Saurel (France) 
Ursula Todd-Naylor (England) 
Tsoghik Zarifian (Armenia) 



Stella Eskin 

Esther Ogden 

American Members 
Fanny Curtis 
Constance Davison 
Mary Eaton 
Louise Gunn 
Catharine Kerlin 
Esther Ogden 
Harriet Pickens 
Helen Raymond 
Teresina Rowell 
Helen W. Smith 
Helen Spurrier 
Helen Teagle 
Elizabeth Wiss 
Elizabeth Wright 




One Hundred Eighty six 




Helen Raymond 
Louise Stoffregen . 

AlLENE SLOCOVICH 

Theodora Sohst, Chairman; 



Mary Barr 
Beatrice Cline 
Mary Coburn 
Alice Eaton 
Elizabeth Edwards 
Barbara Freeman 
Jane Gilmore 
Ruth Houghton 



Fanny Curtis 
Stella Eskin 
Esther Glanz 



Jane Kidston 
Sarah Pearson 



OFFICERS 



Martha Sidway, Fanny Curtis 

MEMBERS 
1929 
Maybelle Kennedy 
Catharine Kerlin 
Mary Kroehle 
Susan Lyman 
Louise Mayer 
Caroline Mowry 
Margaret Palfrey 

1930 
Elizabeth Hamlin 
Betty Jane Hellebush 
Martha Sidway 
Ailene Slocovich 

1931 
Martha Stanley 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Program Committee 



Marjorie Pitts 
Helen Raymond 
Teresina Rowell 
Theodora Sohst 
Elizabeth Southworth 
polla w atkins 
Agnes Wharton 
Alice Woodard 

Jean Smart 
Barbara Son 
Elizabeth Wright 



Louise Stoffregen 
Ann Truslow 




One Hundred Eighty seven 



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OFFICERS 




Florence de Haas . 




President 


Beatrice Cline 




Vice-President'Treasurer 


Teresina Rowell 


MEMBERS 
1929 


Secretary 


Helen Bartelt 


Edith Landis 


Hilma Peterson 


Emily Bartlett 


Dorothy Neuhof 


Lora Radel 


RlSSEL BONOFF 


Frances Page 


Teresina Rowell 


Beatrice Cline 


1930 


Marjorie Stern 


Annie Eunice Browning 


Leonora Cohen 

Stella Eskin 

1931 


Esther Glanz 


Dorcas Carland 


Florence de Haas 
1932 


Selma Katz 


Ruth Berliss 




Mary Thompson 




One Hundred Eightyeight 




POLITICS 





REPUBLICAN CLUB 




Alice Eaton, 1929 




President 


Caroline Mowry, 1929 . 




First Vice-President 


Mary Kroehle, 1929 




Second Vice-President 


Effie Manson, 1929 


DEMOCRATIC CLUB 


Secretary 


Arnold Dana, 1929 




President 


Helen Raymond, 1929 




First Vice-President 


Catharine Kerlin, 1929 




Second Vice-President 


May Hutchins, 1931 


SOCIALIST CLUB 


Secretary 


Caroline Blanton, 1929 




President 


Stella Eskin, 1930 . 




Vice-President 


Elizabeth French, 1929 . 




Secretary 


Betsey Tilden, 1930 




. Treasurer 




One Hundred Eightynine 





EVB1 CLY 





MEMBERS 






1929 




Sylvia Alberts 


1930 


Kathleen Berry 


Marian Baucus 


Dorothea Daly 


Norma Leas 


Ruth Belden 


Dorothy Deane 


Helen Price 


Esther Chilson 


1931 


Coral St. Jacques 


Ethel Astmann 


Mable La Montagne 


Marjorie Plumb 


Cora Dyer 


Frances Lo Bello 


Ruth Scannell 


Margaret Hankins 


Florence Moriarty 


Ruth Warner 


Mildred Kroll 


Carolyn Newcomb 
1932 


Dorothy Whitney 


Margaret Byrne 


Carolyn Goodwin 


Priscilla Richards 


Marion Emerson 


Dora Heon 


Helena Ross 


Flora Erikson 


Miriam Levin 


Louise Warner 


KlVELY EVANGELIDES 




Eleanor Warnock 




One Hundred ]s[mety 








OFFICERS 




Carolyn Ball 




President 


Ruth Hill 




Secretary-Treasurer 


Jeanne Hirsch 


MEMBERS 

Active Members 
1929 


Chairman of Programs 


Carolyn Ball 


Jeanne Hirsch 


Elizabeth Nicholson 


Dorothea Haydock 


Honorary Members 
1929 


Martha Richardson 


Esther Beard 


1930 
Ruth Hill 

Associate Members 
1929 


Dorothy Beeley 


Carolyn Crandell 


Carolyn Cummings 

Dorothy Dudley 

1930 

Mary Parker 

1931 

Mary Elizabeth Frost 


Mary Ella Service 




One Hundred J^jinetyone 




Edith Bozyan 
Margaret Kremers 
Sarah Prescott 



OFFICERS 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Carolyn Andrews 
Barbara Birge 
Edith Bozyan 
Lila Clevenger 



MEMBERS 

1929 

Gale Guthrie 
Mary McClintock 
Marion Neilson 
Caroline Phillips 
Edith Remick 



Harriet Seelye 
Sarah Shurtleff 
Helen Spurrier 
Eleanor Wood 



Mary Board 
concetta bonomo 



1930 
Cecile Freiberg 
Alice Fryberger 
Virginia Gerould 



Margaret Kremers 
Sarah Prescott 




One Hundred T^inetytwo 




OFFICERS 



Mary Adeline Judkins . 
polla rawson watkins 



President 
Secretary 



Emily Barnhart 
Esther Beard 
Mary Coburn 



Christine Chace 
Katrina Cooley 



MEMBERS 

1929 
Mary Judkins 
Catharine Kerlin 
Florence Somers 



1930 



Lois Hoover 



Elizabeth Ann Southworth 
polla rawson watkins 
Agnes Wharton 



Katharine Sanders 
Emily White 




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BLVE+PENCIL 



Ellen Robinson 
Rachel Grant 



OFFICERS 



President 
Secretary 





MEMBERS 






1929 




Frances Adams 


Ernestine Gilbreth 


Margaret Palfrey 


Anne Basinger 


Rachel Grant 


Ellen Robinson 


Katherine Bolman 


Eleanor Hay 


Barbara Simison 


Elizabeth Botsford 


Anne Homer 
Ruth King 


Elizabeth Wheeler 




One Hundred J^metyfour 



MNVSCIM 





OFFICER 




Sallie Simons 


MEMBERS 
1930 


Pn 


Anne Andrew 


Nancy Parker 


Elizabeth Shaw 


Priscilla Fairchild 


Anne Robinson 


Sallie Simons 


Helen Noyes 




Patty Wood 



One Hundred Njnetyfive 





GRANDDAUGHTERS IN THE CLASS OF 1929 



Frances Adams 
Clara Allen 
Louise Bennett 
Barbara Birge 
Eleanor Boardman 
Katherine Bolman 
Caroline Buck 
Mary-Frances Butler 
Helen Cheney 
Dorothy Clark 
Elizabeth Clough 

*SoPHIE CONNETT 

Ruth Connolly 
Carolyn Cummings 
Alice Eaton 
Marian Giles 
Lucie Gould 



"Left College 



Elizabeth Graham 
Evelyn Hatch 
Mary Hollister 
Ida Holt 
*Elizabeth Hope 
Cornelia Jenney 
Ruth King 
Teresa Kirby 
Mary Lane 
Janet Lloyd 
Elizabeth Lumbard 
Effie Manson 
Kathryn Olp 
Frances Page 
Margaret Palfrey 
Marjorie Pitts 
Mary Potter 



Ellen Robinson 
Teresina Rowell 
Phyllis Rust 
Louise Seaman 
Harriet Seelye 
Barbara Simison 
Eleanor Spottiswoode 
*Elizabeth Spring 
Margaret Streit 
Lucelia Taussig 
Eleanor Thayer 
Susan Tully 
Eunice Warnock 
polla rawson watkins 
Shirley White 
Alice Winchester 
Mary Louise Young 




One Hundred J^metysix 




UNEEDA 



DIPLOMATS 






Athletic Association Board 



Fanny Curtis, 1930 
Caroline Mowry, 1929 
Katherine Park, 1931 



OFFICERS 

President Rachel Darling, 1931 . Secretary 

Vice-President Frances Robinson, 1930 Press Agent 

Treasurer Mary McClintock, 1929 Publicity 



SFORTS REPRESENTATIVES 



Helen Bisbing, 1930 
Penelope Crane, 1930 
Alice Eaton, 1929 
Mary Nisbet, 1929 
Helen Berryman, 1929 
Mary Nisbet, 1929 
Frances Page, 1929 
Frances Ranney, 1929 
Caroline Mowry, 1929 . 
Janet Mahony, 1930 
Marion Neilson, 1929 
Shirley Eddy, 1930 
Marion McInnes, 1931 . 
Margaret Barclay, 1930 
Ruth Mitchell, 1931 
Sally Redman, 1929 



Archery 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Bowling 

Crew 

Hockey 

Riding 

Soccer 

Swnnming 

Tennis 

Track 

Boat House Manager 

Assistant Manager 

Club House Manager 

Assistant Manager 

Outing Club 




Two Hundred Two 





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S" Pins 



1929 
Alice Eaton 
Caroline Mowry 
Margaret Palfrey 
Agnes Rodgers 

1930 
Fanny Curtis 
Janet Mahony 




Two Hundred Three 




Photograph by Eric Stahlberg 



All-Smith Hockey Team 

Margaret Barclay, 1930 
Fanny Curtis, 1930 
Haideen Henderson, 1930 
Jeanie Noyes Kerns, 1929 
Eleanor Langdon, 1929 
Janet Mahony, 1930 
Marion McInnes, 1930 
Margaret Palfrey, 1929 
Agnes Rodgers, 1929 
Emeline Shaffer, 1930 
Virginia Veach 

Member on the All' American Hockey Team 
Agnes Rodgers, 1929 




Two Hundred Four 



Hockey Teams 




1930 TEAM 

Janet Mahony, Captain 
Margaret Barclay Haideen Henderson 
Fanny Curtis Mary Mason 

Frances Furst Florence Meeker 

Sarah Furst Mary Sayre 

Emeline Shaffer 



1932 TEAM 

Dorothy Shore, Captain 
Harriette Barnard Mary Mahony 
Jane Duffy Susan Miller 

Eleanor Eaton Virginia Rugh 

Susan Edwards Elizabeth Underhill 

Janet Kendig Margaret Woods 



1929 TEAM 

Jeanie Noyes Kerns, Captain 



Alice Eaton 
Elizabeth Edwards 
Mary Hollister 
Edith Kirk 
Eleanor Langdon 



Marion Neilson 
Mary Nisbet 
Margaret Palfrey 
Isabel Phisterer 
Agnes Rodgers 



Virginia Veach 





1931 TEAM 

Marion McInnes, Captain 
Katharine Daniels Katherine Park 
Katharine Irwin Mary Perkins 

Katherine Lilly Katharine Scoville 

Mary Mattison Katharine Sears 

Margaret Moulding Alice Walker 




Two Hundred Five 




Photograph by Eric Stahlherg 

All-Smith Soccer Team 

Sally Redman, Captain 

Esther Brewer, 1931 Katherine Parker, 1931 

Naomi Bruce, 1930 Sally Redman, 1929 

Georgina Damon, 1929 Marjorie Silberman, 1929 

Phoebe Jordan, 1931 Carol Smith, 1931 

Janet MacInnes, 1929 Ruth Waltrous, 1930 

Elizabeth Mack, 1929 Elizabeth Warren, 1929 

Mary McClintock, 1929 Charlotte Woodruff, 1931 




Two Hundred Six 



Soccer Teams 




1930 TEAM 
Dorothy Dickinson, Captain 



Helen Brown 
Naomi Bruce 
Susan Hopkins 
Marjorie Koblitz 
Elizabeth Lewis 



Antoinette Ockert 
Eileen Selkirk 
Helen Thacher 
Ruth Waltrous 
Charlotte Weil 




1932 TEAM 

Katherine Long, Captain 
Margaret Adams Ingeborg Lincoln 



Lilian Balboni 

Muriel FitzGibbon 
Emilie Hatfield 
Eleanor Lamont 



Frances McConnell 
Eileen O'Daniel 
Virginia Sykes 
Lucia Woodworth 



1929 TEAM 
Sally Redman, Captain 



Carolyn Bixler 
Sarah Hill 
Janet MacInnes 
Elizabeth Mack 
Mary McClintock 



Eugenie Paterson 
Teresina Rowell 
Marjorie Silberman 
Mary Steele 
Elizabeth Warren 



1931 TEAM 
Esther Brewer, Captain 



Phoebe Jordan 
Helen Lasker 
Dorothea Lederer 
Katherine Parker 
Anne Richardson 



Louise Rickert 
Carol Smith 
Janice Tarlin 
Helen Ward 
Charlotte Woodruff 




Two Hundred Seven 




All-Smith Basketball Team 



Fanny Curtis, 1930 
Barbara Dean, 1931 
Alice Eaton, 1929 
Shirley Eddy, 1930 
Rosalie Hammond, 1930 
Janice Katz, 1931 
Janet Mahony, 1930 
Katherine Park, 1931 
Harriet Pickens, 1930 




Two Hundred Eight 




Basketball Teams 




1929 TEAM 
Agnes Rodgers, Captain 
Frances Adams Marion Neilson 

Alice Eaton Mary Nisbet 

Virginia Ellis Martha Richardson 

Mary McClintock Sarah Shurtlepf 



1930 TEAM 
Shirley Eddy, Captain 
Barbara Banning Ella Hume 
Janice Currick Janet Mahony 

Fanny Curtis Harriet Pickens 

Rosalie Hammond Sallie Simcns 






1931 TEAM 
Katherine Park, Captain 
Helen Bedford Mary Perkins 

Rachel Darling Carol Smith 
Barbara Dean Alice Spielberg 

Marion McInnes Charlotte Woodruff 



1932 TEAM 

Eleanor Eaton, Captain 
Margaret Adams Janet Kendig 

Harrietts Barnard Athalia Ogden 

Elizabeth Bell Aurelia Plumly 

Lydia Chittenden Virginia Rugh 




Two Hundred A(me 



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All-Smith Swimming Team 



Agnes Berger, 1931 
Nancy Boggess, 1931 
Mary Hollister, 1929 
Cordelia Job, 1929 
Jeanie Kerns, 1929 
Jane Stewart, 1930 
Constance Tyler, 1929 
Elizabeth Warren, 1929 
Elizabeth Wright, 1930 




Two Hundred Ten 



Swimming Teams 







1930 TEAM 
Margaret Taylor, Captam 



Elisabeth Bull 
Emily Culbertson 
Helen Fiske 
Sylvia Goldman 
Adelaide Hall 



Barbara Hall 
Adelaide Hayes 
Alice Hoxie 
Ruth Hunt 
Jane Stewart 



Elizabeth Wright 



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1929 TEAM 
Jeanie N. Kerns, Captain 



Mary Crafts 
Mary E. Couch 
Beulah Greenburgh 
Hope Hodder 
Mary Hollister 
Cordelia Job 



Claire Levine 
Frances Neill 
Jessica Scott 
Constance Tyler 
Elizabeth Warren 
Jessica Wolman 




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1931 TEAM 
Barbara Bennett, Captain 



Agnes Berger 
Nancy Bogess 
Dorothy Cowdrey 
Mary Garrison 
Jean Kelso 



Helen Kirkpatrick 
Martha Knapp 
Lorna MacDonnell 
Elizabeth Paffard 
Helen Ward 




Two Hundred Eleven 









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Elizabeth Clough 
Mary Crafts 
Alice Eaton 
Beulah Greenburgh 



Life Guards 

Mary Hollister, Captain 

1929 

Mary Hollister 
Cordelia Job 
Jeanie Noyes Kerns 
Caroline Mowry 
Frances Neill 



Marion Neilson 
Agnes Rodgers 
Jessica Scott 
Elizabeth Warren 



Barbara Banning 
Elizabeth Bull 
Roberta Connolley 
Elizabeth Copeland 
Fanny Curtis 



1930 

Shirley Eddy 
Alice Fryberger 
Sylvia Goldman 
Suzanne Greist 
Barbara Hall 
Adelaide Hayes 



Janet Mahony 
Mary Sayre 
Jane Stewart 
Margaret Taylor 
Elizabeth Wright 




Two Hundred Twelve 



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Archery 



1930 
Ellen Batchelor 
Helen Bisbing 
Lois Duggan 
Janet Gordon 



1931 
Laura Bent 
Mary Chase 
Josephine Dickerman 
Betty Schuyler 




Two Hundred Thirteen 




Frances Adams 



Margaret Barclay 



Tennis 

SPRING, 1928 

ALL-SMITH TEAM 

Margaret Barclay 

Fanny Curtis 

Margaret Palfrey 

College Tournament — Marie Fensterer 
Freshmen Tournament — Marie Fensterer 
Upper Class Tournament — Fanny Curtis 

1929 TEAM 

Virginia Ellis 
Margaret Palfrey 



1930 TEAM 
Fanny Curtis 



Elizabeth Warren 



Janet Mahony 



Marion Bennett 



1931 TEAM 
Dora Donaldson 
lorna macdonnell 



Katherine Park 




Two Hundred Fourteen 




Crew 

SPRING, 1928 
1929 CREWS 



I 

Elizabeth L. Clough, Cox 
Helen D. Largeman, Strode 
Harriet Gruger, Two 
Caroline Blanton, Three 
Mary G. McClintock, Bow 



II 

Frances Bullard, Cox 
Harriet L. Dowd, Strode 
Dorothy L. Fitzgerald, Two 
Marjorie W. Pitts, Three 
Dorothy J. Harger, Bow 



III 

Helen Berryman, Cox 
Cornelia Jenney, Strode 
Frances L. Page, Two 
Jane H. Gilmore, Three 
Jean M. Watkins, Bow 



IV 

Cynthia T. Beatty, Cox 
Ruth R. Puffer, Strode 
Barbara Freeman, Two 
Beulah N. Greenburgh, Three 
Tessie Radding, Bow 




Two Hundred Fifteen 




1930 TEAM 
Katrina Cooley 
Penelope Crane 
Jane Heap 
Marjorie Koblitz 
Elizabeth Lott 
Harriet Pickens 
Emeline Shaffer 
Elizabeth Wright 



Baseball 

SPRING, 1928 



1929 
Agnes Rodgers 



1931 TEAM 
Barbara Bennett 
Barbara Chandler 
Marie Fensterer 
Mary Elizabeth Frost 
Dorothea Lederer 
Janet Love 
Eleanor Towle 
Charlotte Woodruff 




Two Hundred Sixteen 




The Dance Group 



The Dance Group is composed of students interested in the study of advanced technique 
and original composition. Opportunity is given for staging and directing dancing. 



Eleanor Reed, 1930 




. Chairman 


Ann Parker, 1932 


1929 


Assistant Chairman 


Miriam Cohen 


Rosa Mitchell 


Florence Sellenings 


Agnes Johnston 


1930 


Frances Strakosch 


Susan Albright 


Ann Hamilton 


Alice Rugen 


Katherine Avery 


Eleanor Reed 


Isabel Smith 


Ruth Eicks 


1931 


Virginia Smith 


Louise Fentress 


1932 


Adele Urbach 


Eleanor Lust 




Ann Parker 




Two Hundred Seventeen 




Sally Redman 



Outing Club 



Chai 



Frances Page 



1929 
Hilma Peterson 
Frances Ranney 



Claudia Stone 



Ruth Belden 
Helen Brown 



1930 
Mildred Brown 
Cordelia Dumaine 
Maxine Merchant 



Eleanor Reed 
Helen Thatcher 



Margaret Adams 
Elizabeth Belden 
Martha Bloom 



1931 
Ruth Collier 

Selma Eckler 



Margaret Hart 
Phoebe Nichols 
Mary Parke 




Two Hundred Eighteen 



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Dramatics Association Council 



Ruth King, 1929 . 
Frida Scharman, 1929 
Marjorie Pitts, 1929 
Mary McClintock, 1929 
Claire Schoenberger, 1929 
Barbara Freeman, 1929 
Louise Seaman, 1929 
Edith Bozyan, 1929 
Eunice Warnock, 1929 
Ruth Hill, 1930 
Esther Ogden, 1930 



Producing Director 

Business Manager 

Stage Manager 

Chairman of Scenery 

Chairman of Costumes 

Chairman of Properties 

Chairman of Lighting 

Chairman of Publicity 

Chairman of Ma\e-Up 

Chairman of Music 

Secretary 




Two Hundred Twenty two 




Commencement Dramatics Committee 



Frances Louise Seaman 
Anne Andrew, 1930 
Marjorie Pitts 
Ruth Culp 
Arnold Dana 
Claire Schoenberger 
Mary McClintock 
Dorothy Frost 
Elizabeth Sherman 
Eunice Warnock . 



General Chairman 

Assistant Chairman 

Stage Manager 

Business Manager 

Publicity 

Costumes 

Scenery 

Lighting 

Properties 

. Ma\e-Up 




Two Hundred Twentythree 




Photographs by Erie Stahlherg 



Dramatics 

Dramatics this year depended largely on Workshop activity, since the usual fall and 
spring productions of the Association were omitted. But Workshop stood the strain 
remarkably well. 

Early in November, it gave two performances of Carlo Goldoni's The Servant of Two 
Masters, adapted from the Italian by Max Reinhardt, translated by Professor Samuel A. 
Eliot, Jr., and produced in the Reinhardt manner as he had seen it done abroad. Professor 
Oliver W. Larkin, typifying the Reinhardt restless activity, played the part of the servant, 
"Pantalone,"with such energy, grace, and understanding as to carry away the performance. 
Mrs. Larkin made a pert maid, the adequate feminine foil for "Pantalone." And Marjone 
Streit, in the part of "Beatrice" masquerading as her brother, succeeded in the difficult task 
of appearing both appealingly feminine and yet elegantly masculine. The scenery, con- 
sisting simply of screens supported by a few glorified and unashamed stage-hands, the 
costumes, of the Columbine sort but with modern accents, and the general comic apprecia- 
tion of the cast — all combined to make a unified production. 

A Christmas Miracle Play, also one of Professor Eliot's adaptations for little theaters, 
made use of some new material — that is to say, Freshmen. A unique staging technique 
brought into use all corners of the stage by the manipulation of small curtains. The scenery, 
purposely simple, even crude, very successfully created the effect of the old Miracle plays. 

Immediately before Christmas vacation, an unofficial production of The Mi\ado was 
given for the benefit ot the Stage Fund. Frederica Cohen, Arnold Dana, Elizabeth Patterson, 
Nancy Hamilton, and Elizabeth Jean Parker led the cast in interpreting sympathetically the 
old Gilbert and Sullivan classic, with just the correct blend ot song and jest. Particular 
commendation goes to Nancy Hamilton for her careful and tireless directing. 

Deva's Girdle, adapted by Professor Eliot from the Burmese, saw two performances, in 
January and again in February. Although the effect desired, and achieved, was that of a 
spectacle, still praise is due to the individual performances of Anne Basinger as "The Prince 
Charming" and Sylvia D'Lugasch as "The Astrologer." The novel lighting effects ac- 
centuated the tone of the whole — a mysterious exoticism. 

In February, the faculty revived Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury. In spite of the care- 
fully circulated rumors of their astounding success in the same opera in 1923, the College 
could not believe such a riotous, even raucous, performance possible. Although much of the 
hysteric applause may have been due simply to the shock of seeing scholarly heads, often 
bald, encircled with delicate pink wreaths, still the performance was of intrinsic excellence. 
It would be difficult to say who enjoyed it more — the audience or the actors ! Almost the 
entire opera was immediately repeated, by boisterous request. 




Two Hundred Twentyjive 




Photographs hy Eric St.ih'.berg 

Dramatics — Continued 

The customary adaptations by members of Professor Eliot's playwrighting class were 
On Trial, adapted by Anne Basinger from Chekhov, and A Family Affair, adapted by 
Louise Seaman from Rose Macauley's Daisy and Daphne. Although one was in black and 
grey, and the other in red and white, both met with appreciation from the audience — 
appreciation of the adaptors as well as of the actors. 

It is not well to consider the comfort of the body in speaking of the intellectual judgment 
of art, but the new equipment in the Students' Building — that is, of course, the new im- 
proved seats — has without doubt influenced this year's audiences and, in natural con- 
sequence, the actors and directors as well. Drama has come before the eyes af the college 
in a fitting manner. 

The year has also witnessed a surprising advance in the technique of lighting and scenery 
— an advance which is the ideal recommendation for the new stage. The possibilities for 
effective staging have been only touched upon; there is much ahead. In fact, if the advance 
continues proportionately, one hesitates to consider the future. 




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PUBLICATIONS 




Managing Editor 
Ernestine Gilbreth, 1929 



Katherine Bolman, 1929 
Elizabeth Wheeler, 1929 
Rachel Grant, 1929 



Monthly Board 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor-m-Chie/ 
Anne Basinger, 1929 



Literary Editors 



Sallie Simons, 1930 



Boo\ Keview Editor 
Elizabeth Botsford, 1929 



Priscilla Fairchild, 1930 
Elizabeth Shaw, 1930 
Martha Wood, 1930 



Art Editor 
Nancy Parker, 1930 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Business Manager 
Sylvia Alberts, 1929 

Assistant Advertising Manager 
Lillian Supove, 1929 

Mary Sayre, 1930 
Agnes Lyall, 1930 
Anna Dabney. 1930 



Assistant Business Managers 



Advertising Manager 
Gertrude Cohen, 1929 

Circulation Manager 
Ruth Rose, 1929 

Esther Tow, 1931 
Mary Folsom, 1931 
Sarah Pearscn. 1931 




Two Hundred Twenty-eight 





Associate Editor 
Virginia Farrington, 1930 

Rosamond Lewis, 1929 
Ellen Batchelor, 1930 
Julia Bensdorf, 1930 
Mary-Byrne Edwards, 1930 
Mary Macatee, 1930 



Weekly Board 

Editor-in-Chief 
Julia Dodge, 1929 



?*l,ews Staff 



Barbara Judkins. 1930 



Frances Lynch, 1931 
Pictorial Editors 

Managing Staff 

Susan Lyman, 1929, Editor 

Virginia Harrison, 1930, Junior Editor 



?\[eu;s Editor 
Shirley White, 1929 

Emily Elizabeth Rice, 1930 
Jane Stewart, 1930 
Elizabeth Temple, 1930 
Sylvia Tilney, 1930 
Isabeli.e Woodford, 1930 



Margaret Blunt, 1931, Asst. 



Barbara Simison. 1929 
Charlotte Fowler, 1930 
Eileen Selkirk, 1930 
Josephine Church, 1931 



Helen Bisbing, 1930 
Alice Palmer, 1930 



Business Staff 
Marguerite Kirk, 1929, Manager 

Katherine Daniels. 1931 



Elizabeth Fowler, 1931 
Grace Greene, 1931 
Jean Kelso, 1931 
Jane Sherman, 1931 



Adele Hamerschlag, 1929 
Jessica Wolman, 1929 




Two Hundred Twentynine 




Press Board 

OFFICERS 



Carol Booth . 
Anna Horton 
Agnes Johnston 
Eleanor Reed 
Ethel Polacheck 
Elizabeth Hamlin 
Barbara Banning 
Dorcas Carland 



Mary Arnott 
Carol Booth 
Charlotte Hanna 

Elsie Altfield 
Annie Browning 
Naomi Bruce 
Myra Ferguson 
Ruth Griffenhagen 
Elizabeth Hamlin 

Elizabeth Butler 
Eleanor Dickey 
Marion Gewin 
Marian Gifford 



MEMBERS 

1929 
Anna Horton 
Agnes Johnston 
Ethel Polacheck 

1930 
Dorothy Hayes 
Elizabeth Jackson 
Helen Kelly 
Violet Lampe 
Elizabeth Lewis 
Ruth Millar 

1931 
Vivian Greenberg 
Alice Leavitt 
Elizabeth Perkins 



President 

)\[ews Editor 

Assistant Njzws Editor 

Business Manager 

Senior Executive 

Picture Editor 

Assistants 



Eunice Warnock 
Alice Woodard 
Vivian Zerbone 

Eleanor Reed 
Carol Riegelman 
Frances Robinson 
Doris Weaver 
Lucia Weimer 
Dona Worrall 

Marion Rice 
Isabel Stearns 
Mary Vette 
Eleanor Weeks 




Two Hundred Thirty 




Campus Cat Board 



Frances Louise Seaman 
Elizabeth Edwards 
Jeanie Noyes Kerns 
Junia Bright 



Editor-in-Chief 

Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 



Elizabeth Brannigan 
Frederica Cohen 
Dorothea Ford 



Senior Editors 



Ellen Robinson 



Ernestine Gilbreth 
Lucia Doris Jones 
Ruth King 




Two Hundred Thirty-one 




The Year Book Board 



Dorothy Harger 
Katherine Bolman 
Ruth Culp 
Mary Kroehle 
Ellen Robinson 
Alice Eaton 
Esther Beard 
Edith Kirk 
Teresina Rowell 
Arnold Dana 
Ernestine Gilbreth 
Gale Guthrie 
Mary McClintock 
Carolyn Andrews 
Mary Arnott 
Mary Carpenter . 
Alice Palmer, 1930 



Editor-in-Chief 

Assistant Editor 

Business Manager 

Art Editor 

Literary Editor 

Board Picture Editor 

Senior Picture Editor 

List Editor 

Club Editor 

Snapshot Editor 

. Npnsense Editor 

Assistant Art Editor 

Assistant Art Editor 

Assistant Art Editor 

Assistayit Senior Picture Editor 

Assistant Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 




Two Hundred Thirty-two 




Symphony Orchestra 




OFFICERS 

Miss Rebecca Wilder Holmes . Director 
Dorothy Beeley . Leader of First Violins 
Mary Parker . Leader of Second Violins 
Hildegard Kolbe Leader of Violas 

Ruth Hill . Leader of Violoncelli 

MEMBERS 
Violins 



Esther Beard 
Dorothy Beeley 
Ida Holt 



1929 



1930 



Hilma Peterson 
Martha Richardson 
Isabelle Williams 



Elizabeth Dow Ottilie Hutchinson 

Dorothy Marble Mary Parker 



1931 



Dorothy Beeley 



Cora Dyer 



Harriet Frank 



Helen Brown 
Helen Greeff 



1932 
Miriam Levin 
Hilda Richardson 



Arline Riggs 
Mary Ryland 



1931 
Isadore Hatch 



Viola 



Graduate Student 
Hildegard Kolbe 



1929 
Carolyn Cummings 



Violoncelli 
1930 
Ruth Hill 



1932 
Marian Roberts 



1930 
Eloise Cheney 



Flutes 



Horn 

1932 

Mary Tibbetts 



1932 
Florence Macdonald 



The orchestra is assisted by 
Eleanor Dow, Evelyn Brownell, 
and Thomas Parshley. 



Mrs. Brandegee, Mrs. Estaver, Miss Goss, Miss De Ronde, Mrs. Crosby, 
Elsa Parshley, Mr. Guiet, Mr. Parshley, Mr. Robinson, Harry E. Wells, Jr., 




Two Hundred Thirtyfive 





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Carolyn Crandell 
Elizabeth French 



Glee Club 



Leader 
Business Manager 
Katharine Sanders 



Dorothea Haycock 
Margaret Riggs 

Treasurer 



Accompanist 
Assistant Accompanist 



Mary Frances Apgar, '31 
Eleanor Barnes, '29 
Janet Beattie, '31 
Edith Bingham, '29 
Elizabeth Breed, '29 
Carolyn Crandell, '29 
Carolyn Cummings, '29 
Charlotte Cushman, '29 
Irene Daignault, '29 
Mary Davis, '31 
Constance Davison, '30 
Elizabeth Dow, '30 
Frances Dowie, '30 
Eleanor Dowlmg, '30 



Frances Ashworth, '30 
Helen Bartelt, '29 
Dorothy Berger, '29 
Jean Berry, '31 
Kathleen Berry, '29 
Dorothy Deane, '30 
Dorothy Dudley, '29 
Dorothea Duprey, '29 
Ethel Farnngton, '31 
Mary Folsom. '31 



Kathenne Drury, '30 
Hope Dudgeon, '31 
Alice Dunning, '31 
Elizabeth Eaton, '30 
Helen Frahm, '29 
Mary Elizabeth Frost. 
Elizabeth Goodenough 
Lucy Groat, '30 
Barbara Hall, '30 
Harriet Hamilton, '29 
Helen Hamlin, '30 
Annette Hawkins, '29 
Lois Hoover, '30 
Susan Hopkins, '30 



Elizabeth French. '29 
Marion Gordon, '31 
Harriet Gruger. '29 
Ann Hamilton, '30 
Teannette Harris, '30 
Sarah Harrison, '30 
Catherine Huber, '30 
Selma Katz, '31 
Dorothy Kelley, '31 
Violet Lampe, '30 



Soprano 

Anna Horton, '29 
Ottilie Hutchinson, '30 
Esther Jones, '31 
Mary Judkins, '29 
Charlotte Kidd, '31 
'31 Joy Kimball, '31 
'29 Mildred Kroll, '31 
Elizabeth Lewis. '30 
Mary Loop ,'29 
Louise Meily, '29 
Margaretta Nelson, '30 
Ann Okie, '30 
Alice Otis, '31 
Frances Palmer, '29 



Alto 



Mary Magee, '31 
Ruth Mitchell, '31 
Constance Needham, '31 
Mary Nixon, '30 
Mary Parke. '31 
Margaret Riggs, '30 
Alice Rugen, '30 
Katharine Sanders, '30 
Henrietta Shapiro, '29 
Nadine Sheldon. '29 



Helen Pendleton. '30 
Marian Sage, '29 
Leila Sebnng, '31 
Mary Ella Service, '29 
Hortense Smith, '29 
Helen Spurrier. '29 
Louise Squibb. '29 
Isabel Thomson. '31 
Frances True, '30 
Phyllis Tulin, '29 
Susan Tully, '29 
Irma Visscher, '31 
Helen Ward, '31 



Elizabeth Sherman, '29 
Martha Stanley. '31 
Mary Walcott, '31 
Ruth Wheeler, '31 
Mary Louise Williams, 
Alice Winchester. '29 
Virginia Wing, '31 
Catherine Winter. '30 
Anna Woodcock, '31 



'31 



Two Hundred Thirty six 




Evelyn Michaelian 
Barbara Hall 



Dorothy Beeley 
Dorothy Berger 
Georgina Damon 
Sarah Hill 



Dorothy Gordon 
Barbara Hall 
Mildred Leshine 

lorna macdonnell 



Mandolin Club 

OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 

1929 
Elizabeth Mattoon 
Evelyn Michaelian 
Ruth Morse 
Hilma Peterson 
Frances Ranney 

1930 
Dorothy Marble 
Elizabeth Nordhaus 

1931 



President 

Secretary 



Adele Root 
Rosemary Sawyer 
Barbara Smith 
Denny Underwood 



Ann Okie 
Helen Watson 
Elizabeth Whittemore 



Helen Potter 




Two Hundred Thirtyseven 




Senior Choir 



Martha Richardson 
Florence Somers 
Dorothea Haydock 
Helen Spurrier 
Elizabeth Mattoon 
Elizabeth Goodenough 



Eleanor Barnes 

Charlotte Bausman 
Anne Bool 
Elizabeth Breed 
Carolyn Crandell 
Charlotte Cushman 

Barbara Birge 
Dorothy Burr 
Carolyn Cummings 
Irene Daignault 
Margaret Ely 
Almena Gray 
Harriet Hamilton 

Helen Bartelt 
Kathleen Berry 
Elizabeth Brou n 
Georgina Damon 
Helen Frahm 

Dorothy Bennett 
Carolyn Bixler 
Epith Bozyan 



Marjorie Fales 
Elizabeth Goodenough 
Annette Hawkins 
Anna Horton 
Dorothea Haydock 
Mary Loop 



First Soprano 

Louise Meily 
Marion Neilson 
Teresina Rowell 
Rosemary Sawyer 
Mary Ella Service 
Helen Spurrier 



Second Soprano 
Charlotte Hanna Julie Nicoll 



Mary Judkins 
Kathryn Loomis 
Barbara Manson 
Eugenia Marshall 
Ruth Mattison 
Janet Moll 

Elizabeth French 
Mary Hopkins 
Mary Kosiba 
Janet MacInnes 



Constance Carrier 
Dorothy Dudley 
Dorothea Duprey 
Harriet Gruger 



Frances Palmer 
Isabel Phisterer 
Marian Sage 
Elizabeth Sherman 
Hortense Smith 
Florence Somers 
First Alto 

Elizabeth Mattoon 
Dorothy Neuhof 
Mary Locke Peterman 
Elizabeth Pratt 

Second Alto 

Susan Lyman 
Ruth Morse 
Barbara Rogers 
Henrietta Shatiro 



Leader 

Assistant Leader 

Accompanist 

Secretary 

Librarian 

Robe Monitor 

Louise Squibb 
Lilian Supove 
Lillian Tubbesing 
Polla Watkins 
Agnes Wharton 



Janet Townend 
Phyllis Tulin 
Susan Tully 
Agnes van der Kieft 
Alice Winchester 
Eleanor Wood 
Mary Louise Young 

Martha Richardson 
Nadine Sheldon 
Mary Sommers 
Shirley White 



Louise Spetnagel 
Eleanor Thayer 
Constance Tyler 



Two Hundred Thirty-eight 





Lois Hoover 
Barbara Hall 
Ann Hamilton 
Frances Dowie 



Junior Choir 



Leader 

Assistant Leader 

Secretary 

Robe Monitor 



Katherine Kimball 
Jane Penny 
Jean Smart 
Eugenia Wade 



Librarians 



Helen Baldwin 
Marjorie Best 
Mary Board 
Eunice Campbell 
Nancy Dabney 
Frances Dowie 

Sara Arbenz 
concetta bonomo 
Dorothy Clark 
Constance Davison 
Eleanor Dowling 
Katherine Drury 

Frances Ashworth 
Helen Barthel 
Helen Brown 
Elizabeth Cox 
Penelope Crane 
Dorothy Deane 
Dorothy Dickinson 

Barbara Banning 
Grace Cheney 
Esther Chilson 



Elizabeth Dow 
Joecile Garrison 
Barbara Hall 
Ann Hamilton 
Helen Hamlin 



Alma Dunning 
Helen Fiske 
Alice Fryberger 
Jeanne Gephart 
Virginia Gerould 
Jeanette Goldman 

Helen Donker 
Ruth Farrington 
Myra Ferguson 
Wilma Fisher 
Adelaide Hall 
Jeanette Harris 
Sarah Harrison 

Cordelia Dumaine 
Catherine Huber 



First Soprano 

Jane Heap 
Lois Hoover 
Ella Hume 
Hildegard Kramme 
Elizaleth Merriman 

Second Soprano 

Dorothy Gordon 
Ruth Griffenhagen 
Lucy Groat 
Cicely Kershaw 
Agnes Lyall 
Nancy Moir 



First Alto 

Catherine Heald 
Ottilie Hutchinson 
Katherine Kimball 
Dorothy Lockwood 
Edwina Macomber 
Mary Nixon 
Ruth Perkins 

Second Alto 

Evelyn Kelly 
Elizabeth Kingsbury 



Margaretta Nelson 
Udell Redmond 
Pauline Ward 
Coral St. Jacques 
Henrietta Wisner 



Elizabeth Olney 
Helen Pendleton 
Jane Penny 
Katharine Riley 
Katherine Schott 
Jean Smart 

Alice Rugen 
Katharine Sanders 
Mary Sayre 
Helen Teagle 
Eugenia Wade 
Elizabeth Wright 



Violet Lampe 
Mary Weston 
Catherine Winter 



Two Hundred Thirty nine 




Sophomore Choir 



Rachel Darling 
Alice Dunning 
Martha Stanley 
Anna Woodcock 

Dorothy Alcorn 
Janet Beattie 
Marian Bennett 
Agnes Berger 
Martha Berry 
Elizabeth Campbell 
Jean Campbell 
Harriet Carter 
Rachei Darling 

May Ackerman 
Susan Baker 
Barbara Bennett 
Martha Blake 
Margaret Blunt 
Esther Brewer 
Josephine Brooks 
Elizabeth Bunce 

Mary Frances Apgar 
Helen Clapp 
Mary Dorr 
Cora Dyer 
Ethel Farrington 

Jean Louise Berry 
Nancy Boggess 
Ruth Collier 
Barbara Dean 
Selma Eckler 



Leader 

Assistant Leader 

Accompanist 

Assistant Accompanist 

Fir.-t 
Mary Davis 
Hei en Dawe 
hcpe dudgecn 
Mary Frost 
Louise Graupner 
Edith Hanson 
Sylvia Hazelton 
Frances Hinckley 



Helen Ward 
Mary Parke 
Ann Truslow f 
Cora Dyer 
Soprano 

Charlotte Kidd 

Joy Kimball 

Mildred Kroll 

Grace Laub 

Mary Love 

LORNA MaCDONNELL 

Mary Magee 
Elizabeth Paffard 



Second Soprano 
Elizabeth Butler Lila Knight 

Virginia Crawford 
Alice Dunning 
Isabel Evans 
May Hutchins 
Hilda Jacobs 
Esther Jones 
Helen Kirkpatrick 



Louise Fentress 
Marion Hoxie 
Dorothy Kelley 
Mary Parke 



Marian Gifford 
Mary Folsom 
Margaret Hart 
Selma Katz 
Katherine Kelsey 



Gladys Lackner 
Nancy McKeen 
Frances McNitt 
Laura Merrill 
Phoebe Nichols 
Claire Parker 
Margaret Parrish 
First Alto 

Elizabeth Peirce 
Jane Sherman 
Helen Smith 
Martha Stanley 

Second Alto 

Jean Kelso 
Barbara Mitchell 
Julia Quirk 
Frances Rich 
Carol Smith 



Secretary 

Librarians 

Robe Monitor 

Grace Parker 
Harriet Pine 
Janet Russell 
Leila Sebring 
Helen Talbot 
Josephine Thomas 
Corinne Thomson 
Ruth Warner 
Virginia Wing 

Elizabeth Perkins 
Elizabeth Rogers 
Alice Rust 
Lois Sweet 
Vivian Thomas 
Helen Ward 
Ruth Wheeler 



Irma Visscher 
Alice Walker 
Margaret White 
Anna Woodcock 
Mary Youngman 

Louise Stoffregen 
Ann Truslow 
Mary Walcott 
Mary Williams 
Caroline Woodhlll 



Two Hundred Forty 





Freshman Choir 



Elizabeth Jean Parker 
Ingeborg Lincoln 
Elaine Towne 

Dorothy Beverly 
Bettina Boardman 
Barbara Bradley 
Margaret Brewster 
Caroline Brooks 
Ruth Cannell 
Julia Cooley 
Edith Cramer 
Winona Eicher 

Phebe Adams 
Mary Allen 
Charlotte Bassett 
Gernda v Briesen 
Margaret Cahill 
Dorothy Candee 
Harriet Carlsen 
Anne Clark 

Margaret Adams 
Emily Baker 
Helen Brown 
Carolyn Chase 
Lydia Chittenden 

Elizabeth Bell 
Ruth Brank 
Elizabeth Bratton 
Grace Carlon 
Virginia Davis 



Leader 
Assistant Leader 
Accompanist 
First 
Miriam Emerson 
Marcia Estabrook 
Muriel Fitz Gibbon 
Alice Freeman 
Marcia Glidden 
Ruth Gould 
Ruth Hard 
Gillette Hewitt 



Emily Frank 
Charlotte Manning 
Elizabeth Bratton 
Soprano 

Mary Kimball 
Ingeborg Lincoln 
Katherine Long 
Elizabeth Marshall 
Anna Mattern 
Elizabeth Palfrey 
Elizabeth J. Parker 
Rhoda Powell 



Eileen Creevey 
Evelyn Desha 
Dorothy Devery 
Elizabeth Doran 
Gwendolyn Duggan 
Elizabeth Elmore 
Marjorie Estabrook 



Second Soprano 

Emily Frank 
Gertrude Gremmels 
Elsie Haig 
Rebecca Kennard 
Elizabeth Lee 
Miriam Levin 
Charlotte Martin 



Lota Curtiss 
Jean Fischer 
Frances Hastings 
Margaret Holmes 
Ellen Hunt 

Sally Fowler 
Florence Hastings 
Helen Henry 
Ellen Hess 
Eleanor Lamont 



First Alto 

Linda Marcus 
Athalia Ogden 
Josephine Paret 
Margaret Rankin 
Priscilla Richards 
Second Alto 

Mary Lockwood 
Charlotte Manning 
Ann Parker 
Grace Piper 
Margaret Smith 



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Assistant Accompanist 
Librarians 



Elizabeth Pratt 
Hildegarde Stevens 
Virginia Sykes 
Felicia Thomas 
Margaret Todd 
Margaret Tourtellot 
Margaret Wemple 
Elizabeth Wise 
Olive Wolfe 

Katherine Merrill 
Olive Morse 
Mary Mulligan 
Jane Rattenbury 
Mary Schneider 
Lillian Schoenbrun 
Joy Stilson 
Louise Wagner 

Constance Richardson 
Marian Richardson 
Elaine Towne 
Louise Warner 
Lydia Weare 

Ann Stanley 
Gertrude Steere 
Jane Waldheim 
Katherine Young 



10 



Two Hundred Fortyone 



1929 Songs 




Carolyn Andrews 
1929 and College Song Leader 



Tune: "Fiji Honeymoon" 

You take a Smith girl in the springtime, 

In the merry month of June, 

With an Amherst soph or senior 

Underneath a big round moon; 

You walk them once around old Paradise, 

With a soda at Plym Inn; 

There you have a Romance budding 

And your troubles just begin. 



Last Step Song, Junior Year 

Words by Polly Palfrey 
Music by Hermion Wheaton 

Upon our new-found threshold 
We stand with solemn pride; 
The doors we longed to open 
At last are swinging wide; 
The magic light of evening 
Has touched the steps we know, 
Their greyness turned to silver, 
A promise in its glow. 

Though winds enshroud the voices 
That sang about us here, 
Though suns forget the faces, 
That warmed us through the year. 
Through wind and hail and snowstorms 
And rains that gleam and pass, 
Still bright remain before us 
Their shadows on the grass. 

Shining steps, we stand together 
At the closing of this day; 
They who lead and we who follow 
Linger here upon our way. 
Shining steps, while we protect you. 
We shall stand with heads on high; 
Then pass on as those before us, 
Underneath the sunset sky. 



Tune: "I Love My Barry" 

I love my Hygiene, 

I go merrily 

And find a corner 

Where no one can see. 

Then since I've read in that treatise by Stiles, 

We must have sleep to endure all our trials, 

In cramped position and breathing bad air, 

My weary tissues I try to repair. 

I know real fatigue from the pseudo, you see; 

I love my Hygiene, it's restful to me. 




Two Hundred Forty two 




1929 Songs — Continued 



Tune: "Mine All Mine" 

Said one fair roommate to another, 
"I've something sad to tell you; 
Asking Bill to Prom was only a blunder; 
I've no bid to Yale; now what'll I do? 

"O, I'm simply livid, dearie, 
In a state to gargle goo. 
I'd sniffle soup 
I dribble and droop. 
I mean I actually do. 

"For I think it's simply noxious 
And perverted, too, don't you? 
I'd slaughter a goat 
I flounder and float. 
I mean I actually do. 

"I'd almost nibble noodles — 

Just between us two, my dear; 

I'm feeling swizzled — 

I could wring out a tear 

O, I'd chortle whortle-berries 

And pickled peanuts, too. 

I'm all of a pother. 

I feel hot and bothered. 

I mean 1 actually do!" 



Tune: "Stumbling" 

Heaving forth a sigh, 

Wishing you could fly, 

Would that home were by 

The Calvin; 

Running home at night, 

Looking for the light 

Hoping clocks are right. 

The movie wasn't through 

But then what could you do? 

When clocks are telling you 

That it was time 

For ten to chime. 

As we hurried by Niquette's 

Ten had not struck yet. 

Two minutes were left to get there. 

Dash across the lawn, 

Half the time was gone. 

Why can't the movies finish? 

So we can have a minute more 

To get in the door. 

Rushing home at ten. 



Tune: "The Best Things in Life Are Free' 

Seniors, you are growing old! 

Are we growing old like you? 

You're rheumatic, we are told, 

And we feel the weather, too. 

We used to laugh as we 

Ran through the rain, now we 

Quake at the mud; 

It chills our blood. 

O Seniors, you are growing old. 

Are we growing old like you? 

Seniors, you are growing old. 
Your mail now is just a bill. 
And you study, we are told. 
Your blue card you never fill. 
Stairs you can climb 
One step at a time. 
Stahlberg complains 
His work's in vain! 
O Seniors, you are growing old. 
Are we growing old like you? 

June is not so far away. 

Next year you will all have flown; 

Without you how can we stay; 

Without you we'll feel alone. 

You have grown dear, 

Closer each year. 

Mem'nes will last 

When years have passed. 

Senior Class, if you grow old, 

Please let us grow old with you. 



Tune: "1 Wonder Where M31 Baby Is Tonight" 

I wonder why the stars come out at night! 

I would that there were not a one in sight! 

I wish I had the nerve 

To cut and not observe. 

I'm going to the movies just for spite! 

I don't see why the stars come out at night. 

To me, it doesn't seem exactly right. 

It's pretty tough, you see, 

To take Astronomy. 

I wish the stars would cease to be so bright! 




Two Hundred Fortythree 



193° Songs 




Barbara Hall 
Song Leader 

Tune: "Baby Sister Blues" 

We've got those Baby Sister Blues 

Oh Golly! 
Can't we please fuss, too 

Oh Golly! 
Just down to Yale to find a beau 
Things at Hamp are, oh so slow 
Now, sister class, you know it's true 
We'll bet when you were Sophomores, too 
There wasn't much you didn't do 
You couldn't fool us 
You couldn't fool us 
Because we know 
We're just the mean age 
Oh! that in between age 
Just too old for a Deerfield dance 
For Dartmouth Proms, there's not a chance 
Oh, sister class, you know it's true 
We'll bet when you were Sophomores, too 
You had those Baby Sister Blues. 



Tune: "Abdul a Bubulamir" 

When our College was new 

And its inmates were few 

They came from the towns round about 

But its charms became known 

And our College has grown 

With many recruits from without. 

Though we had civic pride 
For Northampton we sighed 
And boarded a train to our goal 
Then the Boston and Maine 
Puffed away in great pain 
To get there in time for the role. 

From Chicago and Chester and Chicopee Falls 
And Concord and Kalamazoo 

And Cambridge and Cleveland and Cocoanut Grove 
And Kensha and Kalumet too. 

But the fact we are here 

Makes it seem pretty clear 

That allurement in names is a myth — 

We forfeit our fame 

Crying "What's in a name!" 

And change our addresses to Smith. 



Tune: "Second-hand Love" 

Everybody wants some Senior's second-hand Ford, 

When you are bored, 

Take to a Ford. 
I have no drag, I never ride in a Ford; 
All by myself. I'm so lonely. 
Nobody ever offers transit to me 
When I am walking abroad — 
But maybe someday my ship will come in, 
And I'll ride in a second-hand Ford! 



Tune: "Rain Wrecl{from Georgia Tech" 

If your date's the bunk, 

Be nonchalant; 

Light a Murad, and don't you cry. 

Amherst appeals are like Chesterfields: 

They're mild, but they satisfy. 

And so with him go strolling 

Around Paradise if you like. 

And if you get home by ten o'clock 

We'll call it a Lucky Strike. 




Two Hundred Forty-four 



193 1 Songs 




Helen Connolly 
Song Leader 

Tune: "Together" 

Seniors, we've been together. 

Just one short year together, 

But never wonder whether 

We will think of you 

And remember, too. 

Nights that we've spent together 

Strengthening ties 

Under twilight skies 

Here 'round these steps — together. 

Now we are here together. 

'Tis our last time together. 

But as we part remember 

You will find us here, 

When you come each year; 

And as Alums together 

We will come back together. 

Mem'nes will throng 

Of these nights spent in song 

Here 'round these steps — together. 



Tune: '"S Wonderful" 

You're in a fog. 
You're all agog. 
You'd give your hat, 

we know, 
You're nervous wrecks. 
You'd break your necks. 
To see the animal show. 
Because we're head and shoulders 
Above all you high-hat olders, 
We choose giraffe. 
Now give a laff — 
Because he's not so slow. 



Tune: "The Varsity Drag" 

You are the last we are the now. 
You are the past we are the wow. 
Don't you wish that you were Freshmen now!? 
Sooner than soon, Junetime is here. 
Quicker than quick ends your career 
We as Freshmen 
Take your farewell bow 
We will be true always to you 
Whether you're here or away. 
Three years more we will deplore 
When the Freshmen say — 
'Noble Seniors now must depart 
Soon they will start with saddened heart." 
We will wish that 
We were Freshmen again. 



Tune: "Moonlight and Roses" 

Step sings at twilight 

Bring courage to many a heart. 

Now we dare tell you, 

O Seniors, e'er you depart 

That all the mem'ries 

Of you and of all you've done 

Will help and guide us in all years to come. 

Now we're together 

Your praises you now must hear. 

You've been our model 

Throughout all this hard first year. 

Then when you've parted, 

Are treading strange pathways and new, 

We will be loyal, dear Seniors, to you. 




Two Hundred Forty-five 




Ellen Hess 
Song Leader 



1932 Song 



Tune: "Anything Tour Heart Desires" 

Your clothes, your cars, your marks are everything 

That all the Freshmen's hearts desire. 

Your dates, your Proms, your men are everything 

That any Freshman could require. 

You sit on Paradise and catch Flu, 

Without a care for the paper that's due; 

If we could dance and fuss as much as you 

Just to be Seniors we'd desire. 

The mailman comes with specials all for you 

But we get only postcards few. 

While Profs all smile at you for cutting class, 

Our names to Registrar's they pass. 

We Freshmen know what you have been through, 

You've had your flunking notices too; 

You've laughed and lived and loved with us this fall, 

And that is what is best of all. 



College Songs 

Words by Henrietta Sperry, '10 
Music by H. D. Sleeper 

To you, O Alma Mater, 

O mother great and true, 
From all your loyal children 

Comes up the song anew. 
Where swings the red sun upward. 

Where sinks he down to rest, 
Are hearts that backward turning 

Still find you first and best. 

Chorus 
And gladly singing to you always 

Our loyal hearts with joy shall fill, 
O fairest, fairest Alma Mater, 

You hold and claim us still. 

You gave us dreams unnumbered, 

And life we had not known, 
And now, O Alma Mater, 

We give you back your own. 
For memories, for friendships, 

That bless each passing day, 
Our toil unsought we render, 

Our debt unasked we pay. 
Chorus 



Fair Smith, our praise to thee we render, 

O dearest college halls, 
Bright hours that live in mem'ry tender, 

Are wing'd within thy walls, 
O'er thy walks the elms are bowing, 

Alma Mater, 
Winds 'mid branches softly blowing, 
Ivy 'round thy towers growing, 
Alma Mater. 

Tho' time may prove the pleasure fleeting, 

No hour is spent in vain; 
True hearts behold the future meeting, 

Our friendship cannot wane. 
Of thy care forgetful never, 

Alma Mater, 
Bound by ties that nought can sever, 
Still to thee returning ever, 
Alma Mater. 

And while the hills with purple shadows 

Eternal vigil keep 
Above the happy river meadows 

In golden haze asleep, 
May thy children thee addressing, 

Alma Mater, 
Still with grateful praise unceasing 
Speak in loyal hearts thy blessing, 
Alma Mater. 




Two Hundred Forty-six 



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Stand by, folks. Now we're going to have the hour of entertainment 
broadcast straight from the Collegiate Studios in Northampton. Here 
we are — "The Campus Calliopes" — Hurly and Burly. 



Good-evening, everybody. We're going to 
start in with a little number called "Wanted in 
the Parlor." 




* 

The bell for me 7 
My dear, you see, 



u . _ , ., I m wanted downstairs ^r\j^A 

Hurly & Burly Desperately. ) /* 



Some man has come? 
How very dumb, 
He might have let me know. 
The hum! 



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"OK cruelty !' 



Some man has come 

Oh, cruelty! 

This cannot be! 

My dress dry-cleaned by 

Maroneey. 

* * * 

And now here's a new 
little trick never been broad- 
cast over this station before. 
It's called : 



From the Outside 

"Yes, I think we have a particularly fine group of girls this year." 

"I d like to have you meet one of our Seniors. We're going to miss her 
next year. Yes, we are." 

"Homelike— my girls seem to like it best that way." 

"Sixty-four children — just a nice-sized family." 

"When I think what they accomplish— well, I don't see how they 
accomplish everything they do accomplish." 

"I just wish you could peep into their rooms— just lovely! Why 
there isn't another house on this campus — " 





"No, we've never been troubled by that in 
this house. My girls — " 

"That's what I always tell them. If we each 
do our share — " 

"And when we get our new bathrooms — " 

"They keep me pretty busy, but I enjoy it." 

"They are a nice-looking crowd, aren't they — 
and so quick to respond — " 

"As I say, just one 
big family — " 

Just a nice- sized 

family' * * * 

You know, Hurly, when I was sitting in my 
class the other day, I began to think of the cutest 
little song. How's for my singing it? 

Strictly innocent fun, si6ter, and don't you 
forget it ! 

See if you can find anything wrong in this one. pretty buSY " 

Oh, violent girl, leave off I pray. 
Consider my despair. 
Indeed, your energetic feet 
Are more than I can bear. 

But if you heed me not, my friend, 
Tomorrow I shall wear, 
_, Some pointed toes and ply them 
— More than I can bear - well 

Through your cane-bottomed chair. 

* * * 

I've got something better, though,— "Overheard in Paradise, Saturday 
Night:" 

Paradise? Go carefully! Remember our audience! 

All right, folks. Here we go — 

"Help! I sat down on a whole bush of thorns. I'm killed!" 

"Only now and then. They usually stay on their own side, but last year 
a couple of them escaped and — " 

"Darn it, I wish there were a moon. Last week there was a moon but — " 

"I'll bet I bear the scar permanently. These rocks—" 




Two Hundred Forty seven 



"Thc6c girU that come 
down here together on Satur- 
day nights. Well, 1 admire 
their spirit — M 

"Remember to keep an eye 
on your watch. If we get in 
late — " 

"Now you'll be able to say 
you were in Paradise with a 
Smith girl." 

"It's prettiest here in the 
Spring; why the whole College simply — ' 




— Girls that come down 
here together — 




"You can't come down 
here unless you're with a 
girl. We're sort of a pro- 
tection, I guess." 

"If you could see it in 
the daytime, you'd never 
ask — all the cans and dead 
animals around. Nobody 
would even go wading — " 

"Did you hear what 
„ she just said to him? I 
We're Sort of a protection- couldn't help listening — ' 



"No, he's just the night 
watchman. Looks like one, I will 
admit." 

"My good silk stockings, too." 

"This is better than the 
movies, isn't it?" 

"No, I'd run right away and 
leave you there. Never pretended 
to be .i life guard, anyway — " 





No. not to-r\ioht -Well 



You cannot come to dinner, Jane? 
Th.it 's perfectly all right. 
We'll try again some other time 
And choose a better night. 

You cannot come to dinner, Jane 7 
I'm simply crushed, you know. 
But why the devil, telephone 
To tell me so? 



Just the Niohtwatchman 



"No, not tonight. Well — ' 



Time's up, Burly. Now I want 
to sing a cute little number I 
personally composed. It's en' 
titled "Out of the Tub, into the 
Telephone Booth." Like the 
sound of it? So do I ! 



T£JepKoo<r!) 




And now, folks, we're going to try to repeat to you one of those 
midnight conversations you're always hearing about. We hope you like 
it too, because we're trying to scatter fun and sunsh ne among our radio 
audience. This is called "The Point Is—": 

"If you think this is the happiest time of our hves, why, you're crarv, 
that's all!?? 



"You know what I've been 
thinking all evening long? It's 
not right. No, it isn't. Here we 
sit as good-looking as we're ever 
going to be — " 




"Blossoms ready to be plucked 
-at twelve o'clock at night." 




- AS Good- look imG as 

we're ever goinfitobe- 

"Wait a minute. I'm just 
trying to think. It isn't 
right being away here study - 
ing the whole time. Where 
is it going to get us? Nobody 
wants a brainy woman, any 
how. Now take my friends 
hack home— all of them are 
getting married — " 

"And have a couple of 
rrie<t~ kids for consolation — worn' 
an's greatest privilege." 

"And cute houses with 
curtains all around, ruffles and ruffles. When you think of this room — " 

"College squashes the maternal side." 

"One of the unwritten laws of this place — -ever think of it? Only brain- 
children permitted. That's all right. I won't say that it isn't. But this 
eternal hanging around and waiting business gripes me. I'm always ex- 
pecting to produce something really decent but the darned things stay in 
embryonic form for months and months. That's the trouble — ought to be 
in knee pants going to school alreadj — that sort of thing. We're just 
always aspiring; that's why we get down." 

"Well, maybe. But you know, it's getting so I just dread going home 
vacations. Everyone has sort of stopped hinting about wedding bells. 
You know, I think they've really given up hope. Isn't that awful?" 

"Awful. We ought to concentrate on snappy comebacks, don't you 
think'* If you have a snappy comeback — not everyone is quick enough — 
but that's one thing about this place. It keeps you — " 

"Well, the point is — this kind of education. It's the best kind, of course, 
but everything has disadvantages. The faculty want us to learn — well, 
not the sort of thing that will — . It may sound funny but they don't teach 
you how — " 

"But listen, darling, that's something that's supposed to be purely in- 
stinctive — nothing you go and learn — " 

"Wouldn't it be a not if they had a course — How to Catch the Un- 
suspecting — 'None of our girls graduate without Ending a suitable 
mate'- 



_7" 



"It would be a progressive idea, wouldn't it? That's one thing about 
this College — " 

"You know, I was lust thinking — college women do stay voung, don't 
they — there's less chance of falling into a rut — getting dowdy — " 

"My dear, stay around some Commencement. Eye-opener! Will I ever 
forget last June — hats — shoes — for a second I thought I'd fallen into a 
Lane Bryant's exhibit." 

"Oh, do you really think — I'd hate to think — " 

"One of those trim, belted models. My dear, you'd be a knockout !" 

"But I was thinking — we have stayed young, unaffected, haven't we? 
You know, I think it's because we're not ashamed of being honest." 



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"The point is — you have to he honest 
.n this place. That's one big reason why 
\/ I came — to he honest." 




7 "irtT7 "But that s our type, you see. It all 

depends on what type you are — " 



"We do seem to get a lot more out of 

college, don't we. Some girls — -but I 

really am glad for every minute here. 

* Sometimes, I just wish I could go and 

— All depends on what tell the President how I feel. I bet it 

"type VOU &re — would be sort of encouraging, too. It 

may sound funny, hut I think he'd like 

to know there are a few girls like us who appreciate — 

"We may get griped now and then, hut after all, it's just four years." 

"1 always like to sort of think of things— in terms of life. Ten years from 
now, say, we'll be glad — " 

"But if only people — well, they just don't realize, that's all." 

'The point is — -you have to be in college yourself — " 



Our time is flown, 
Our time is through. 
Folks, I guess it's 
Good-night to you! 

Good-night' Good-night! 

G-OOD'N'I-G-H'T'! 



You have just heard 
"The Campus Calliopes" 
and the special hour of 
collegiate fun. Now, 
Hurly and Burly have to 
hurry back to their house 
— the girls arc making a 
frantic dash to get in by 




Goodnight - To you ■ 



ten o'clock. I'm sure you have all enjoyed this little glimpse of college life 
broadcast to you from the Collegiate Studios in Northampton. This ends 
our program for this evening. 

Now, in exactly fifty seconds, you will hear, by special arrangement, the 
College gongs striking ten o'clock, Eastern Standard Time. Please stand by. 

Exactly ten o'clock, Eastern Standard Time. 



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Two Hundred Forty-nine 






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Two Hundred Fifty 



The Editors of the 1929 Year Book wish to express their 
gratitude to the following members of the College whose 
advice and assistance have made this volume possible: 



Miss Anna Alice Cutler 

Frances Rich 

Louise Gardner 

Cordelia Job 

June Offinger 

Alice Davis 

Mr. George P. Hyde 







Two Hundred Fifty-one 



Index of Advertisements 



Page 

Angotti 269 

Army and Navy Store 266 

Bachrach 272 

Baker, Jones, Hausauer, Inc 263 

Beckmann's 262 

Belanger 265 

Bicknell 257 

BoyoWs 258 

Bridgeman and Lyman 265 

Bridges. A. T 260 

Butler and Ullman 266 

Chandler 266 

City Taxi 258 

Class of 1929 273 

Class of 1930 270 

Class of 1931 267 

Class of 1932 259 

College Taxi Co 257 

Cotrell and Leonard 265 

Dewhurst 264 

Dorothy Brooks Shop 271 

Draper Garage 270 

Electric Shoe Repairing 270 

Emerson, George D. Co 271 

Exiner Sport Shoppe . . . 257 

Fleming, Thos . . 267 

Fleming, W.J ...259 

Frank Brothers . . . . 265 

Goldwasser's . . .257 

Green Dragon 260 



Hampshire Book Shop .... 

Higgins 

Hill Brothers 

Hotel Northampton 

Hotel Puritan 

Hotel Roosevelt 

Kingsley's 

LaSalle and Taft . . . 
Leary, Kathryn R. . 
Liddell, Wm. and Co. . 

Manse, The 

McCallum 

McCutcheon, Jas. & Co. 

Maison Brooks 

Metcalf Printing Co. . 

Miller, I 

Parson's Electric Shop . 

Peacock Shop 

Plymouth Drug Shop . 
Plymouth Garage .... 
Plymouth Inn .... 

Ridge Shop 

Rogers, S. L. & G. H. Co. 

Royal Restaurant 

Sanford Manufacturing Co. 

Smith, S. K. Co 

Spaulding-Sinclair 

Sweetheart Tea House 

Tiffany 

True Brothers . 

Walsh, E. H 



Page 
.260 

262 

268 

261 

271 

269 

269 

265 

.267 

268 

.269 

.258 

256 

.256 

266 

.258 

.271 

261 

.261 

.270 

.264 

271 

.268 

.268 

260 

.267 

266 

.257 

.255 

.269 

271 



Two Hundred Fifty-four 



Tiffany & Co. 



Jewelry Silverware Stationery 

Superior in Quality 
Moderate in Price 



Mail Inquiries Receive Prompt Attention 

Fifth Avenue &37 t ^' Street-New York 



Two Hundred Fifty-five 






MAISON BROOKS, Inc. 

Smith College Shop 

Green St. Lodge Northampton. Mass. 

Vassar College Shop 

44 Raymond Ave. Arlington, A[. Y. 

Bryn Mawr College Shop 

30 Bryn Mawr Ave. Bryn Mawr, Pa. 



Exclusive Representative For 

Peck and Peck, Hosiery, Sportwear 
Hanan and Son, Shoes 




Reg. U. S. 
Pat. Off. 




Established 
1855 



"The Greatest Treasure House of 
Linens in America" 

James McCutcheon 6? Co. 

FIFTH AVENUE AT 49th STREET, NEW YORK 
Southampton Magnolia Palm Beach 



Two Hundred Fiftysix 



"The Store Where You Get Tour Gyyn Shoes" 

For Twenty - Five Tears 

C. We have sold shoes to the girls of Smith College, 
while they were here and after they had left Alma 
Mater. 

C We send shoes all over the country to the girls who 
left college years ago and those who left but last year. 

d. We send them ANYWHERE on approval, and we 
suited the girls so well while they were here that they 
KNOW what we can do, and keep in touch with us 
year after year. 

Shoes, Hosiery, Sil\ Scarfs, Wool Gloves and 

Mufflers. You II always find the old 

prompt service at Bic\nells 

H.E. BICKNELL 

NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 
158 Main Street :: opposite Draper Hotel 



PHONE 
College Taxi Co. 



For all Trips 

New 

Packard 

and 
Cadillac 
Sedans 



Drive 
Yourself 

Cars 

Chrysler 

Roadsters 

and 

Sedans 



SWEETHEART 
TEA HOUSE 

SPECIALTIES 
FRIED CHICKEN AND WAFFLES 
WAFFLES AND MAPLE SYRUP 
PURE MAI LE SYRUP PRODUCTS 

Open all day -- May ist to 7\[ou. ist 

Alice Brown 
MOHAWK TRAIL 

Shelburne Falls MASS. 



GOLDWASSER'S 



Ladies 
Wearing Apparel 



SPORT SHOPPE 

EXINER 

Exclusive Apparel For 
'Women 

497 Main St., Hyannis, Mass. 
20 Green St., Northampton, Mass. 



Two Hundred Fifty-seven 



BOYDElsTS 

THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD 

Students and Alumnae 
Always Welcome 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO PARTIES 




196-200 Mam Street 



Northampton, Mass. 



McCallum Service 

Conveys to the students 
a feeling of confidence 

Because for years this same satisfying 
service has been our offering to Smith 
students, therein HesMcCalluirTs sue- 
cess, in its relations with students — 
pleasant and appreciated all these 
years. 



McCALLUM 

Always Reliable 



Compliments 
of 

I. MILLER 

2 GREEN STREET 



BEST 


OF ALL 






NINE - 


SIX 




TAXI SERVICE 




aHs 




DRAPER HOTEL 


BUILDING 



Two Hundred Fifty-eight 




•CAMPUS CRISES- 



Footwear 



-so new 

-so smart 

-so different * 



T 



Both novelty and 
staple styles included 

Hosiery to harmonize 
at 



Fleming's Boot Shop 



189 Main Street 
Northampton 



Compliments of 



The Class of 1932 




Two Hundred Fiftynme 




No. 276 2 02. 



SANFORD'S 

Fountain Pen Inks 



The most perfect In\s in 
the world 



Made for service in every 
\ind of pen 



THE 
GREEN DRAGON 

229 MAIN STREET 



Visit The Green Dragon 
When in need of Gifts 




Query : 

How many of you in 1929 are 

leaving College with a 

Good Library? 

Tour Account Here is Always Good 

The 
HAMPSHIRE BOOK SHOP 



Two Hundred Sixt\ 



Plymouth Drug Shop 

31 West Street 



DRUGS 



SUNDAES 



The PEACOCK SHOP 

Gowns - Hats * Sweaters 
Scarfs - T^lovelties 

26 Bedford Terrace 
Northampton « Massachusetts 




IN TIMES 
TO COME 

HOTEL 
NORTHAMPTON 

Will be a 
Permanent 
Reminder 

of 

Tour Good Times 

at Smith 



Thoroughly modern and fire- 
proof. Beautifully furnished m 
true early Colonial reproductions 
and originals. Operated on the 
European plan. Rooms from 
$2.50 per day, upward. Excellent 
food. Garage. Large free parking 
space. 



LEWIS NOBLE WIGGIN 

Proprietor and Manager 



Two Hundred Sixtvone 



Compliments 
of 

WILLIAM HIGGINS 




FINE SHOES 

at 
Reasonable Prices 



Candies Chocolates 



Bon Bons 




Mailed Anywhere 

Our Methods of Packing, Wrapping and Shipping 
Insure Safe Delivery 

Your letter or wire will receive prompt attention 

Join our host of mail order patrons 

BECKMANN'S 

The Shop You Will Always Remember ky Its 
Good Things to Eat 




Two Hundred Sixtvtwo 



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AS you turn the pages of this book you will surely be 
jt\. impressed with its pleasing attractiveness and in- 
terest. But, can you imagine the feeling of pride which 
must come to each member of the Year Book Staff as 
she turns those same pages — the result of work in which 
she has had an important part? ((This is the first Year 
Book of Smith College in which color has been employed 
and special congratulations are due Miss Dorothy Harger, 
Miss Ruth E. Culp, and the members of their efficient 
Staff, for accomplishing this pleasing innovation. ((It 
has been a real pleasure to work with the 1929 Staff. The 
interest that was naturally ours was considerably inten- 
sified by the spirit of enthusiastic co-operation shown by 
Miss Harger and her associates. Especial commendation 
is due those of the Art Staff, whose drawings have given 
dignity and interest to the pages of the Year Book. 
(( Truly, the production of such a book has been a 
real undertaking and we, as Engraver-Printers, 
cannot help but feel a certain degree of pride 
in the fact that our Planning Department 
has been an important factor in aiding 
the Staff to a realization of 
their ideals 



»>s3es-* 



BAKER • JONES • HAUSAUER, Inc. 

Builders of Distinctive College Annuals 

> 



45-51 Carroll St. 




Buffalo, N. Y. 



Two Hundred Sixty-three 



PLYMOUTH INN 

"At the Gates of Smith College" 

Appreciates the patronage of all whose intimate association has helped 

to create the atmosphere which makes it the 

rendezvous of Smith students 



PLYMOUTH INN TEA ROOM 

MRS. M. A. T. SCHOENECK, Mgr. 

assisted by 

LILLIAN M. OSBORNE, '28 

TABLE D'HOTE :: A LA CARTE 

Dinner Music Every Wee\ - End b? COLLEGE ORCHESTRAS 



Our Shop is convenient to You — 

We are centrally located ; those little adjustments that your glasses 
occasionally need are only matters of a few minutes 1 work. 

We pride ourselves that our interest m you does NOT end with 
your original purchase. 

Prescription wor}{, mail and telegraph orders are 
finished same day received 

Opticians to your President's family and the majority of the Faculty, Heads of 
Houses and Students. Imitation and real Tortoise Shell our Specialty. 



REGISTERED OPTOMETRISTS 
AND PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 



O. T. DEWHURST 

201 MAIN STREET, opposite City Hall Telephone 184-W 

Two Hundred Sixtyfour 



FRANK BROTHERS 

I illli A\ ('line Bool Shoo 
Between 47 lb and 48ih Streets. New Yjrk. 




Footwear that has the 
svelte and dainty lines 
and exquisite classic 
elegance distinctive 
of the smartest attire 

Exhibit Shops in all the Larger Cities 



Compliments 
of 

LASALLE and TAFT 

Manufacturers of 

FROZEN DELICACIES 

11 Hawley Street 
Northampton 



Bridgman 6? Lyman 

Northampton, Mass. 

Extend Greetings to the Class of '29 and 
Thank Them for Their Patronage 



Send Us Tour Mail Orders for 

SMITH 

Class Boo\s, Song Bool{s, Banners and 

Pennants, Stationery, Verse and 

Anything Else in the Boo\ 

and Stationery Line 



Celia M. Belanger 

HAIRDRESSER 



227 Main Street 



Northampton, Mass. 



PERMOIL WAVING SYSTEM 
Oil Treatment for Permanent Wave 



Specializing in Marcel Waring and Finger Waves 
Telephone 688-W 



GOWNS:: HOODS:: 


CAPS 


For All Degrees 

-^ 

Quality and Service at a Low Price 

Get your outfits from the firm that introduced 
them to the schools of the United States. 


COTRELL 6? LEONARD 


ALBANY, N. Y. 





Two Hundred Sixty-five 



From Abroad 

CABLE US 

From Your Home 

WIRE US 

We will deliver flowers to 

your friends in 'Hamp, or 

elsewhere 

BUTLER & ULLMAN 



Flo 



wers 



HIGH QUALITY RIGHT PRICES 

QUICK SERVICE 

— Three sound reasons why you should give us 
your PRINTING 

METCALF PRINTING & 
PUBLISHING CO., Inc. 

Printers of the Smith College Monthly 
NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 



Say it with . . . 

Spaulding ' Sinclair, Inc. 
Flowers 

Flowers by Wire Tel. 1290 




Army and Navy Store 

32 Pleasant St. 

We Carry a Complete Line 

of Riding and Hiding 

Goods at Low Prices 



HARPER METHOD 



tel. 484-W 



E. C. CHANDLER 

SHAMPOOING, SCALP TREATMENTS, 

MANICURING, MARCEL WAVING, 

WATER WAVING, FINGER 

WAVING AND FACIAL 

MASSAGE 



78 Main St. 



Northampton, Mass. 



Two Hundred Sixtysix 



Compliments of 



The Class of 1931 



Compliments of 

Thomas F. Fleming 

12 CRAFTS AVENUE 

ft 

SHOES and HOSIERY 



KATHRYN R. LEARY 

12 GREEN STREET 



Dressmaking, Alterations, Cleaning, 
Pressing, Dyeing 



THIS book is cased in an S. K. 
SMITH cover — a cover that is 
guaranteed to be satisfactory and is 
created and SMITHCRAFTED by 
an organization of craftsmen specialize 
ing in the creation and production of 
good covers. Whatever your cover 
requirements may be, this organize 
tion can satisfy them. 

Send for information and prices to 

The 
S. K. SMITH COMPANY 

448 NORTH WELLS ST. 

CHICAGO 



Two Hundred Sixty-seven 



Compliments of 

SIMEON L. and GEO. H. ROGERS CO. 

Manufacturers of 
FINE SILVER-PLATED TABLEWARE 



Home Office : 
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 



HILL BROTHERS 

118 MAIN STREET 



YE OLDE TYME RUGS 

WINDOW DRAPERIES COUCH COVERS 

BURLAP CRETONNES FLOSS 

FINGERING YARNS 
DOWN PILLOWS SPORT COATS 

UMBRELLAS 



ROYAL RESTAURANT 

CHINESE AND AMERICAN 

A First Glass Restaurant with Reasonable Prices 

Regular Dinner from 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. 

Supper from 5 to 8 P. M. 

Excellent Service Prompt Attention 

40 MAIN ST. NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 



Gold Medal Brand Irish 
Linen Table Damasks 

are an infallible sign of 
good taste. Discriminat- 
ing purchasers will find 
them for sale by R. H. 
Stearns Co. in Boston. 



WILLIAM LIDDELL and 
COMPANY 

53 WHITE STREET NEW YORK 

MILLS AT BELFAST. IRELAND 



Two Hundred Sixty-eight 



TRUE BROTHERS 

Jewelers 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

GIFTS 

For All Occasions 

THIS STORE IS ONE OF THE 

LARGEST JEWELRY STORES 

IN NEW ENGLAND 

MAIL INQUIRIES GIVEN 
PROMPT ATTENTION 

|| 

ESTABLISHED IN 1898 

13864390 Main St. 4-6 Pvnchon St. 



Compliments of 



A Friend 



The MANSE 

An Old Colonial Home 
wi'.h Modern Comforts 

54 Prospect St. Northampton, Mass 



Good Food — Homelike Atmosphere 

Table d'Hote or a la Carte Service 

Rooms for Transient Guests 




A Comely 
Graduate or Smith 



. . . who :ivcrs that n charming 
selling adds zest to even I lie 
simplest meal, has quietly 
spread the word that dinner 
at The Roosevelt in i\ew York 
is a compliment to one's aes- 
thelic as well as culinary taste. 



BEN BERME and his World- 
Renowned Orchestra play 
Nightly in the Grill. 

THE ROOSEVELT 

MADISON AVENUE at 45 th Street NEW YOKK 



VIOLET ANGOTTI 

Modiste 

Dressmaking in All its Branches 

French Dry Cleaning 

Fancy Dyeing 

20 GREEN STREET Tel. 2958-M 



KINGSLEY'S 




INCORPORATED 




Candies 


Ice Cream 


Luncheon 




Sodas 


Toilet Articles 


Imported Perfumes 



Two Hundred Sixty-nine 



CADILLAC 



LA SALLE 



Plymouth Garage 

41 MASONIC ST. 
NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 




Storage 
Repairs 



Washing 
Greasing 



ELECTRIC 
SHOE REPAIRING 

15 MASONIC ST. 

JOHN BIENIEK 



DRAPER GARAGE 

MASONIC STREET 



Storage for ioo Cars 

CARS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 

Opposite Fire Department 



WHITE ENTRANCE 
WASHING Tel. 831-W REPAIRING 





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The Class of 1930 











Two Hundred Seventy 



Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing 
Fine Launderer 

E. H. WALSH 

23 Green Avenue Telephone 1382-M 

7\[ext to J^[ew Gym 



The 

DOROTHY BROOKS 

SHOP 

When you need ideas 
for gifts 

18 GREEN STREET 



George D. Emerson Co. 

Wholesale Grocer 

Largest Distributors in 

New England of High 

Grade Canned Fruits 

and Vegetables 



BOSTON, MASS. 



Hotel Puritan 



390 Commonwealth Ave. 



Gtyp StBtmrtttif loBton i^aast 
on tlje apprmwo ItHt 



RIDGE SHOP 

Women's Sports 
Wear 



NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 



APPLIANCES 



RADIO 



Parsons Electric Shop 

191 Main Street Northampton, Mass. 

Phone, 1307 



LAMPS 



REPAIRS 



Two Hundred Seventyone 




Youth Chooses Bachrach 

On modish college campuses you will observe that 
the year books with verve and imagination have used 
portraits made by Bachrach. 

Special Rates to Students 

larljrarlj 

Photographs of Distinction 
647 boylston street boston 

New York Philadelphia Washington 

And m forty other cities 



Two Hundred Seventvtivo 











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The Class of 1929 












Two Himdred Seventy-three 



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