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THE CLASS of 1330 
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PRESIDENT NEILSON 



The Board of Trustees 



S.T.D. 



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

President 

Marguerite Milton Wells, B.L. . 

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

Paul Joseph Sachs, A.B., LL.D. 

George Stanley Stephenson, A.M. 

John Elliott Oldham, A.M. . 

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

John Handasyd Perkins, A.B. 

Elizabeth Cutter Morrow, A.B. . 

Ruth Standish Baldwin, A.B. 

Archibald Victor Galbraith, A.B. 

Mary Abby Van Kleeck 

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

Josephine Sewall Emerson . 

Harriet Bliss Ford 



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Northampton 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Springfield 

Cambridge 

Hartford, Conn. 

Boston 

New York 

Greenwich, Conn 

Mexico City, Mexico 

New Canaan, Conn. 

Easthampton 

New York 

Cambridge 

New York 

New York 



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MARY BELLE McELWAIN 
Dean of the Class of nj^o 



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Administrative Officers 




Laura Woolsey Lord Scales, B.L. 
Warden 



Elsie Preston Leonard, A.B. 

Purchasing Agent 





George Palmer Hyde, A.B., Ll.B. 

Treasurer 



Jean Clark Cahoon, A.M. 
Registrar 




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Anna Mann Richardson, M.D. 
College Physician 



Mabelle Babcock Blake, Ed.D. 
Personnel Director 





Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Ph.D. 
Acting Dean 



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Class Deans 




Mary Belle McElwain, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Class of 1930 




Mary Merrow Cook, B.S. 
Dean of the Class of 1931 




Leona C. Gabel, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Class of 1932 




Helen Jeannette Peirce, A.M. 
Dean of the Class of 1933 



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Faculty of Instruction 




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

President anil Professor oj English 
Language and Literature 



William Francis Ganong, Ph.D. 

Professor of Botany and Director oj the 
Botanic Garden 





Frank Allan Waterman, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 



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

Professor of Germanic Languages and 

Literature 





Kurt Koeika, Ph.D. 

Professor of Research in Experimental 
and Educational Psychology 



Julia Harwood Caverno, A.M. 

Professor of Greek on the fohn M. 

Greene Foundation 




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Anna Alice Cutler, Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 



Harriet Williams Bigelow, Ph.D. 

Professor of Astronomy on the Eliza 

Appleton Haven Foundation 





Elizabeth Deering Hanscom, Ph.D. 
Professor of English Language and 
Literature on the Mary Augusta 
Jordan Foundation 



Everett Kimball, Ph.D. 
Professor of Government 





Alfred Vance Churchill, A.M. 

Professor of the History and Interpreta- 
tion of Art and Director of the Smith 
College Museum of Art 



Carl Frederick Augustus Lange, Ph.D. 

Professor of German Language and 

Literature 




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Louise Delpit, Concours Certificat 
Li tires, O.A. 
Professor of French Language and 
Literature on the Helen and Laura 
Shedd Foundation 



Harriet Redfield Cobb, A.M. 
Professor of Mathematics 





David Camp Rogers. Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 



Richard Ashley Rice, A.M. 

Professor of English Language and 

Literature 





Sidney Norton Deane, Ph.D. 

Professor of Greek on the L. Clark, 
Seclye Foundation and Curator of the 
Museum of Classical Antiquities 



Florence Alden Gragg, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language and 

Literature 




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John C. Hildt, Ph.D. 

Professor of History on the Sydenham 
Clark. Parsons Foundation 



Mary Belle McElwain, Ph.D. 
Professor of Latin Language and 
Literature 
Dean of the Class of 1930 





Rebecca Wilder Holmes 

Professor of Music on the Henry Dike 
Sleeper Foundation 



William Dodge Gray, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 





Amy Louise Barbour, Ph.D. 

Professor of Greek. Language and 
Literature 



H. Edward Wells, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry on the 

Gates Foundation 




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Suzan Rose Benedict, Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 



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Osmond T. Robert, B.es.L. 

Professor of French Language and 

Literature 





Arthur Ware Locke, A.M 
Professor of Music 




Frank H. Hankins, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics and Sociology 




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



William A. Orton, M.A. (Cantab.), 

M.Sc. (Lond.) 

Professor of Economics and Sociology 




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Wilson Townsend Moog, Mus.B. 
Professor oj Music 



Samuel Ralph Harlow, Ph.D. 

Professor of Religion and Biblical 

Literature 





Edna Ashton Shearer, Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 



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

Professor of English Language and 

Literature 





Harry Elmer Barnes, Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics and Sociology 



Paul Robert Lieder, Ph.D. 

Professor of English Language and 

Literature 




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Robert Withincton, Ph.D., O.A. 
Professor of English Language and 
Literature 



Seth Wakeman, Ph. I J. 

Professor of Education and Director of 

the Smith College Day School and 

the Cooperative Nursery School 





Howard Madison Parshley, 
Professor of Zoology 



Sc.D. 



Alexander James Dow Porteous, M.A. 
(Edin. and Oxon.) 

Professor of Philosophy 





Werner Josten 
Professor of Music 



William Sentman Taylor, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 




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ESTHER CLOUDMAN Dl'NX, Ph.D. 

Professor of English Language and 

Literature 



Margaret Rookk, M.A. (Oxon.) 

Professor of Italian Language and 

Literature 





Anna Mann Richardson, M.D. 
College Physician 



Arthur Taber Jones, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 





Josef Wiehr, Ph.D. 

Professor of German Language and 

Literature 



Emily Ledyard Shields, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language and 

Literature 




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Eleanor Shipley Duckett, M.A. 
(Cantab.), Ph.D., D.Lit. 

Professor of Latin Language and 
Literature 



Vincent Guilloton, Agrege de 

l'Univcrsitc 

Professor of French Language and 

Literature 





Frances Grace Smith, Ph.D. 
Professor of Botany 



Myra Melissa Sampson, Ph.D. 
Professor of Zoology 








Abbie Mabel O'Keefe, M.D. 
Director of Medical Service 



Aline de Villele, Agrege cs L. 

Professor of French Language and 

Literature 




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Julius Seelyf. Bixler, Ph.D. 

Professor of Religion and Biblical 
Literature on the Charles N. Claris 
Foundation 



Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Ph.D. 

Acting Dean and Professor of English 

Language and Literature 





Mary Ellen Chase, Ph.D., Litt.D. 

Professor of English Language and 
Literature 



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ELIZABETH AVERY 
INEZ WHIPPLE WILDER 



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List of Faculty 



Caroline Brown Bourland, Ph.D. 
Esther Lowenthal, Ph.D. Professor oj E 
Jessie Yereance Cann, Ph.D. . 
Ruth Goulding Wood, Ph.D. 
Ellen Parmelee Cook, A.M. 
Elizabeth Spaulding Mason, A.B, 
Louisa Sewall Cheever, A.M. 
Margaret Rooker Bradshavv, 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. 



. Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 
onomics and Sociology on the Robert A. Woods Foundation 

Professor of Chemistry 

Professor of Mathcmatu s 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Assoi late Professor of Chemistry 

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Geology and Geography 

. 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 



Mary Merrow Cook, B.S. 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature and Dean of the Class of 1931 
Helen Ashurst Choate, Ph.D. ........ Associate Professor of Botany 



Katharine Shepherd Woodward, A.B. 

Sidney R. Packard, Ph.D. 

Clarence Kennedy, Ph.D 

Lizbeth Laughton, A.B. 

Alice M. Holden, Ph.D. 

Elliott 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. . 

Helene Cattanes, Docteur de l'Universite d< 

Oliver Waterman Larkin, A.M. 

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

Cary Franklin Jacob, Ph.D. 

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

Vera Lee Brown, Ph.D. . 



Paris 



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 oj Spoken English 

Associate Professor oj Spanish Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

. Associate Professor of French 

. Associate Professor of Art 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

. Associate Professor of Spoken English 

. Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture 



Associate Professor of History 
Yvonne Imbault-Huart, Agregation Premiere Partie, O.A. 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 
Harold E. Israel, Ph.D. ........ Associate Professor of Psychology 

K. Frances Scott, Ph.B., M.D. ....... Associate Professor of Hygiene 

John Woods Duke .......... Associate Professor of Music 

Howard Augustus Meyerhoff, A.M. .... Associate Professor of Geology and Geography 

Merle Eugene Curti, Ph.D. ........ Associate Professor of History 

Dorothy Sears Ainsworth, A.M. . . . Associate Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

Miguel Zapata y Torres, Ph.D. . . . Associate Professor off Spanish Language and Literature 

Mary Lilias Richardson, A.M. .... Associate Professor of Latin Language and Literature 

Sarah Hook Hamilton ......... Associa'e Professor of Music 



Art. Doct. 



Margaret Wooster Curti, Ph.D 

Anne B. G. Hart, A.M. 

Alphons P. A. Vorenkamp, Hist 

Robert C. Binkley, Ph.D. . 

Jacques Pillois, Laureate of the Institute of France 

Brewer Goddard Whitmore, A.M. 

Anna Adele Chenot, A.M. . . . . 

Ivan T. Gorokhoff ...... 

Robert Merrill Dewey, A.M 
Mary Jane Garber, A.M. 
Solon Robinson 
H. Louisa Billings, A.M. . 



Associate Professor of Psychology 
Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 
Associate Professor of Art 
Associate Professor of History 
. Associate Professor of Music- 
Associate Professor of Government 
Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 
Assistant Professor of Choral Music- 
Assistant Professor of Spoken English and Secretary of the Faculty 
. Assistant Professor of Spoken English 
Assistant Professor of Music 
Assistant Professor of Physics 



Gladys Amelia Anslow, Ph.D. ....... Assistant Professor of Physics 

Louise Bourgoin, Lie. es L. . . . . . Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Mina Kirstein Curtiss, A.M. .... Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Margaret Gale Scott, A.M Assistant Professor of History 



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Priscilla Fairfield Bok, Ph.D. ...... Assistant Professor of Astronomy 

Leah C. Thomas ...... Assistant Professor of Hygiciu and Physical Education 

Marie Milliette ............ Assistant Professor of Music 

Anacleta Candida Vezzetti, Diploma Supcriorc di Magistcro 

Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 
Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 



A.B. 



A.M. 



Abby Snow Belden, A.B. 

Ruth Wendell Cooper, 

Vera A. Sickels, B.S. 

Leona C. Gabel, Ph.D. 

Francis T. S. Powell 

Lucy Lord Barrangon, 

Madeleine Guilloton, Lie. es L., A.M 

C. Pauline Burt, Ph.D. 

Frances Campbell McInnes, A.M. 

Edith Burnett, B.S. . 

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

Elizabeth Maud Collins Assistant Professor 



Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

. Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

Assistant Professor of History and Dean of the Class of 1932 

. Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

Assistant Professor of Art 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

. Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Assistant Professor of Hygiene anil Physical Education 

Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

Superieures . . . Assistant Professor of Psychology 

of Education and Principal of the Smith College Day School 



Olive Bacon Gilchrist, Ed.M., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Education and Principal of the Cooperative Nursery School 
Margaret Eliot Macgregor, A.M. . . . Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Greeks 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 German Language and Literature 

. Assistant Professor of Education 

. Assistant Professor of Music 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 



Agnes Carr Vaughan, Ph.D. 

Sara Bache-Wiig, M.S. 

Mary Evelyn Clarke, Ph.D. 

Margaret Hill Peoples, Ph.D 

Gertrude Goss 

Ann Elizabeth Chaney, A.M. 

Maurice Hayes Crosby, A.M. 

Raymond Putman 

Newton Arvin, A.B. 



Ruth Margaret Agnew, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature and Assistant Director of Publicity 
Doris Silbert, A.M. .......... 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 Economics and Sociology 

Assistant Physician 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Botany 



Blanche Mitchell, A.M. . 
Agnes Thorson Landis, A.M. 
Ruth Elizabeth Young, A.M. 
Elsa Peverly Kimball, A.M. 
Dorothy Carolin Bacon, Ph.D. 
Velma H. Atkinson, M.D. 
Persis Cox .... 

Clara W. Crane, A.M. 
Wayne E. Manning, Ph.D. 
Katharine L. Richards, A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature and Director of Religious Work, and Social Service 
Morris Steggerda, Ph.D. ......... Assistant Professor of Zoology 

Charlotte Elizabeth Wilder, A.M. . . . Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Dorcas Bricham, A.M. ......... Assistant Professor of Botany 

Helen Jeannette Peirce, A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature and Dean of the Class of 1933 
Marine Elizabeth Leland, Ph.D. . . . Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Robert F. Collins, A.M. ...... Assistant Professor of Geology and Geography 

James Jerome Gibson, Ph.D. ........ Assistant Professor of Psychology 

Winifred A. Blampin, M.D., CM. ......... Assistant Physician 

Dorothy Day, Ph.D. .......... Assistant Professor of Botany 

Maitland de Gogorza ........... Assistant Professor of Art 

Ernest C. Driver, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Zoology 

Louis C. Hunter, Ph.D Assistant Professor of History 

F. Wilhelm Kaufmann, Ph.D. . . . Assistant Professor of German Language and Literature 

Gray Perry ............. Assistant Professor of Music 

E. Frances Stilwell, A.M Instructor in Zoology 

Isabel Westcott Harper, A.M Instructor in Zoology 

Martorie Williams, A.M Instructor in Astronomy 

Charlotte Gertrude Guiler, A.M. ......... Instructor in Astronomy 

Elinor Van Dorn Smith, A.B Instructor in Botany 

Inez Dunkelberger Steggerda, A.M. Instructor in Zoology 

Jeanne Seigneur Guiet, Brevet Superieur, A. M. . . Instructor in French Language and Literature. 
Amy Lindner ........ Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Education 

Nora M. Mohler, A.M Instructor in Physics 



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Ruth Lydia Saw, Ph.D. 

Jean Strachan Wilson, Ph.D. . 

Marion Applebee Brown, A.B., A.A. ; 

Charles A. Barker, A.B. . 

Robert Jordan Carner, A.M. 

Eliqzabeth Lathrop Chandler, B.A. hons. 

Marion L. De Ronde, A.B. . 

Hanna Fay Faterson, Ph.D. 

Kathleen Ellen Hartwell, A.M. . 

Caroline Heminway, A.M. . 

Elsie C. Rossmeisl, A.B. 

Mary Louise Smith Boardman, A.M. . 

Cyrus Flint Stimson, Jr., A.M. . 

Elizabeth Hall, A.M. .... 

Karl O. E. Anderson, A.M. . 

Helen Elizabeth Butts, A.M. . 

Michele Cantarella, A.M. . 

Elizabeth Joyce Cratsley, A.M. . 

Helen A. Davenport .... 

Marietta Emme Detti, Diploma di Magistero Superi 

Gertrude Helen Cosgroye Dunham, A.M 

Ross Lee Finney, Jr., A.B. 

Anita W. Ford, Ph.D. 

Alice K. Hall, Ph.D. . 

Elthera M. Ide, A.B. . 

Margaret Kemp, A.M. . 

Elisabeth Koffka, Ph.D. 

Melva Elizabeth Lind, A.B., Docteur de l'Universite 



Instructor in Philosophy 

. Instructor in History 

Instructor in Music 

. Instructor in History 

Spanish Language and Literature 

English Language and Literature 

Instructor in Minn 

Instructor in Psychology 

Instructor in English Language and Literature 

Instructor in Geology and Botany 

Instructor in Botany 



lnstructo) 
Instructor 



Margaret Alexander Marsh, A.M. 

Marjorie Dewey Morse, A.B. 

Walburga A. Petersen, Ph.D. 

Marthe J. Pillois, Brevet Superieur 

Karl Scott Putnam, B.S.A. 

Alice V. Scanlan, A.M. 

Prudence W. Wallis, A.M. . 

Marie Bateman Brainerd, A.M. . 

Emily Newhall Brown, A.B. 

Helen Cheney, A.B. . 

Dorothy Ruth Corcoran, A.B. 

Olive Wagner Driver, A.M 

Elizabeth Hale, A.B. . 

Margaret T. Hamlin, A.B. 

Eva Bates Johnson 

Constance Kelton, A.B. 

Christina Lochman, A.B. 

Elsa Margaretta Siipola, A.B 

Douglas A. Thom, M.D. 

William Beaumont Scatchard, Mus 

Ethel Puffer Howes, Ph.D. 

Martha Coman .... 

Annetta Isabel Clark, A.B., A.M. 

Helen Louise Baxter 

Pauline G. Cardinal 

Mildred Mary O'Brien 

Mary Pardee Allison, A.B. 

Florence Elizabeth Young, A.M. 

Mary Elizabeth Mensel, A.B. 

Mary J. Svoboda 

H. Estelle Smith, A.B. 

Patricia Cassidy, A.B. 

Joy Secor, A.M. .... 

Mary Cecelia Salvo . 

Mary Hannigan Hennessey 

Amy Amanda Fargo, A.B. . 

Gladys Dingledine Diggs, A.B. . 

Barbara Damon Simison, A.B. 



B., B.S 



Instructor in French Language and Literature 

. Instructor in Art 

Instructor in Psychology 

Instructor in English Language and Literature 

Instructor in Zoology 

Instructor in Italian Language and Literature 

Instructor in Art 

Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Education 

Instructor in Italian Language and Literature 

Instructor in German Language and Literature 

Instructor in Music 

Instructor in French Language and Literature 

Instructor in English Language and Literature 

Instructor in Economics and Sociology 

Instructor in Botany 

. Instructor in History 

de Paris 

Instructor in French Language and Literature 
Instructor in Economics and Sociology 
Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Education 
. Instructor in Zoology 
Instructor in French Language and Literature 
Instructor in Architecture 
Instructor in English Language and Literature 
Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Education 
. Assistant in Psychology 
. Assistant in Economics and Sociology 
Assistant in Zoology 
. Assistant in Chemistry 
. Assistant in Zoology 
■ ■ . . . Assistant in Chemistry 
. Assistant in Chemistry 
Assistant in Hygiene and Physical Education 
Assistant in Music 
Assistant in Geology 
. Assistant in Psychology 
Consultant in Mental Hygiene 
Visiting Lecturer in Music Education 
. Lecturer in Economics and Sociology 
Director of Publicity 
Secretary to the President and to the Board of Trustees 
. Assistant Secretary in the President's Office 
. Assistant Secretary in the President's Office 
. Assistant Secretary in the President's Office 
. Publications Secretary 
. Secretary to the Dean 
. Assistant Warden 
. Assistant in the Warden's Office 
. Secretary to the Administrative Board 
Assistant in the Class Deans' Office 
Associate Registrar 
. Assistant in the Registrar's Office 
. Assistant in the Registrar's Office 
. Assistant in the Registrar's Office 
. Assistant in the Registrar's Office 
. Assistant in the Registrar's Office 



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Jean Aaron 

324 West 80th Street 

New York City 



Elsie Yala Altfeld 

324 West Fourth Street 

Elyria, O. 





Susan Albright 

730 West Ferry Street 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Marjorie Augusta Ames 

27 Buttonwood Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 





Mary Alexander 

2765 Fairmont Boulevard 

Cleveland, O. 



Janet McLane Anderson 

Ladd's Lane 

Exeter, N. H. 




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Lois Weir Anderson 
Edgemere Hotel 
East Orange, N. J. 



Rosamund Arnold 

12 Gloucester Street 

Boston, Mass. 





Anne Andrew 

3a Commonwealth Avenue 

Gloucester, Mass. 



Marion Bacon Ashley 

393 Oxford Street 

Rochester. N. Y. 





Sara Ann Rose Arbenz 
Pleasant Valley 
Wheeling, W. Va. 



Frances Mildred Ashworth 

815 East 14th Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 




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Elizabeth Green Atkins 
i 5 1 2 Mahantongo Street 
Pottsville, Pa. 



Elizabeth Ann Babcock 

566 Ash Street 

Winnetka, 111. 





Eleanor Godwin Atterbury 
445 Park Avenue 
Paterson, N. J. 



Mary Carolyn Bacchus 

1 117 Franklin Street 

Wilmington, Del. 





Katharine Avery 

1 1 50 Northampton Road 

Hoi yoke, Mass. 



Marjorie Bache 

1035 5th Avenue 

New York City 




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Helen Wheeler Baldwin 
28 Hitfh Street 
Framinjrham Center, Mass. 



Mary Thornton Barker 

565 Mt. Prospect Avenue 

Newark, N. J. 





Barbara Banning 
850 Park Avenue 
New York City 



Helen Marie Barthel 

1068 Devonshire Road 

Grosse Pt. Park, Mich. 





Margaret Barclay 
661 Prospect Street 
New Haven, Conn. 



Ellen Wilson Batchelor 

975 Ocean Avenue 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Marian Baucus 
240 Elm Street 

Northampton, Mass. 



Ruth Coleman Belden 
82 Harrison Avenue 
Northampton, Mass. 





Isabel Sophia Beer 
45 East 85th Street 
New York City 



Martha Buckham Benedict 

41 Franklin Place 

Montclair, N. J. 





Gretchen Neisser Behringer 
141 1 Hamilton Street 
Allentown, Pa. 



Julie Bensdorf 

315 Kenilworth PI., 

Memphis, Tenn. 




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Frances Tyler Benson 
i 08 Woodlawn Ro.ul 
Roland Park 
Baltimore, Md. 



Felicite Gillman Bibb 

431 Lauderdale Street 

Selma, Ala. 





Elizabeth Morehead Berry 
3312 Maynard Road 
Shaker Heights 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Helen Lauriat Bisbing 

349 Shore Road 

Greenwich, Conn. 





Marjorie Star Best 
828 Michigan Avenue 
Wilmette, III. 



Emily Evans Bixler 

1005 Sheridan Avenue 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 




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Helen Wickham Black 
4327 Benner Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Mary Wessells Board 

412 W. Franklin Avenue 

Ridgewood, N. J. 





Isabel Selina Blandford 
121 Bartlett Road 
Winthrop, Mass. 




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Elizabeth Dickson Boies 

600 Clay Avenue 

Scranton, Pa. 





Elizabeth Thornton Blossom 
210 Mt. Vernon Street 
West Roxbury, Mass. 



Dorothea Bolton 

61 Division Street 

New Haven, Conn. 




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Gladys Helen Bolton 
io Hilliard Avenue 
Edgewater, N. J. 



Barbara Osgood Briggs 

27 Eliot Road 

Lexington, Mass. 





Helen Concetta Bonomo 
1 Fifth Avenue 
New York City 



Ruth Brill 

Sheridan Boulevard 

Inwood, Long Island, N. Y. 





Myrtle Travis Brady 
29 Fielding Court 
South Orange, N. J. 



Zyra Maxine Brody 

1070 E. 24th Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 




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Dorothy Brooks 

27 Westminster Terrace 

Bellows Falls, Vt. 



Mary-Louise Brown 

2035 Chestnut Hills Drive 

Cleveland, Ohio 





Emma Downs Brown 
68 East Main Street 
Chillicothe, O. 



Mildred Elizabeth Brown 
231 Knight Avenue 
Collingswood, N. J. 





Helen Elizabeth Brown 
1045 Dinsmore Road 
Winnetka, 111. 






Annie Eunice Browning 

319 No. Rosedale Avenue 

Tulsa, Okla. 





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Naomi Miriam Bruce 
■540 Washington Avenue 
Glen Ridge, N. J. 



Mary Louise Buell 

580 Washington Avenue 

Glencoc, 111. 





Irma Trix Bryant 
565 Third Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Adelaide Wilcox Bull 

47 Montclair Avenue 

Montclair, N. J. 





Dorothy Anne Buchanan 
217 Forest Avenue 
Glen Ridge, N. J. 



Elizabeth Wainwright Bull 
Fort Oglethorp, Ga. 




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Ruth May Burhord 
1330 N. Meridian Street 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Elizabeth Covington Campbell 
Watertown, Ct. 





Naneen Burnap 

3087 Wilshire Boulevard 

Los Angeles, Calif. 



Eunice Clark Campbell 

1705 Washtenaw Avenue 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 





Elizabeth Winsor Cady 
c/o Union Trust Company 
Detroit, Mich. 



Amelia Beardsley Canning 
128 Park Place 
Bridgeport, Ct. 




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Frances Carpenter 
74 Old Mystic Street 
Arlington, Mass. 



Anne Marie Causey 

14 Joyner Street 

St. Augustine, Fla. 





Alice Morgan Carson 
Greenwich, Conn. 



Christine Chace 

130 Prospect Street 

Providence, R. I. 





Marian Cassler 
405 Union Avenue 
Laconia, N. H. 



Mary Walls Chamberlin 

"Rivercroft" 

Milton, Pa. 




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Eloise Baldwin Cheney 
4 Woodland Place 
White Plains, N. Y. 



Marion Murdoch Childs 

70 Eastwood Street 

Orange, N. J. 





Grace Cheney 
6 Kraft Avenue 
Bronxville, N. Y. 



Esther Haywood Chilson 

185 South Street 

Northampton, Mass. 





Laura Virginia Cherry 
936 Lakeshore Drive 
Chicago, 111. 



Dorothy Alta Clark 

1 1 02 Sixth Street 

South Fargo, N. Dak. 




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Eleanor Elizabeth Clark 
Belle Haven 
Greenwich, Conn. 



Leonora Davidson Cohen 

854 West 181st Street 

New York City 





Vllma Charlotte Clement 
254 Lowell Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Sylvia Cohen 

42 Ross Street 

Somerville, N. J. 





Mary Hunt Clough 
181 Walnut Street 
Manchester, N. H. 



Eleanor Elizabeth Cole 

841 N. Fountain Avenue 

Springfield, Ohio 




11930 



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Catharine J. Collier 
Box 602 

Butte, Montana 



Katiuna Adsit Cooley 

561 Franklin Street 

Buffalo, N. Y. 





Roberta Davis Connolley 
1625 Perry Street 
Columbus, Ohio 



Elizabeth Abbott Copeland 

887 Asylum Avenue 

Hartford, Cl. 





Marion Emily Cook 
309 North Rodeo Drive 
Beverly Hills, Cal. 



Elizabeth Rand Cox 

141 1 Highland Avenue 

Plainfield, N. J. 




I 52 1 




Jocelyn Crane 
Mcdinah Athletic Club 
Chicago, 111. 



Virginia Claiborne Crane 

Ambassador East Hotel 

Chicago, 111. 





Penelope Weare Crane 
80 i W. Ferry Street 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



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Emily Lucy Culbertson 

417 Adams Street 

I ronton, O. 





Ruth Gertrude Crane 
Lake Mahopac, N. Y. 



Janice Louise Currick 

552 Riverside Drive 

New York City 




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Fanny Chapin Curtis 
26 Evans Way 
Boston, Mass. 



Alice Norma Davis 

377 Orange Street 

Albany, N. Y. 





Anna Dabney 

33 Concord Avenue 

Cambridge, Mass. 



Dorothy Mabel Davis 

Maple Avenue 

Essex, Conn. 





Dorothea Mary Daly 
58 Franklin Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Constance LaMotte Davison 

90 W. Mermaid Lane 

Philadelphia, Pa. 




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Jane Robe Deal 

i 8 Hawthorne Avenue 

Troy, N. Y. 



Martha Denny 
i 1 1 High Street 
Brookline, Mass. 





Dorothy Boudway Deane 
7 Bancroft Road 
Northampton, Mass. 



Helen Depuf. 

7460 Sheridan Road 

Chicago, 111. 





Frances Rebecca DeBogary 
3632 Stratford 
Dallas, Texas 



Rita Aletha DeVoe 

42 Rockwood Avenue 

Baldwin 

Long Island, N. Y. 







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Helen Sherwood DlCKERMAN 
75 West Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Eleanor Dodge 

6 Corning Street 

Beverly, Mass. 





Dorothy Elizabeth Dickinson 
1228 Scott Avenue 
Hubbard Woods, 111. 



Helen Mary Donker 

428 Clinton Street 

Grand Haven, Mich. 





Mary Eunice Dissette 
3665 Washington Boulevard 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Frances Addily Doolittle 

193 East 87th Street 

Cleveland, Ohio 




56 




Elizabeth Nason Dow 
615 West Kansas Street 
Liberty, Mo. 



Katherine Roberts Drury 
Mount Hermon, Mass. 





Frances Gulick Dowie 
180A Madison Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Helen Conlan Duggan 

1 01 Linden Street 

New Haven, Ct. 





Eleanor Frances Dowling 
4 Imrie Road 
Allston, Mass. 



Cordelia Dumaine 
Farmers Row 
Groton. Mass. 




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Caroline Moore Dunbar 
71 DeHart Place 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



Helen Naomi Dyckman 

3705 Gillon Avenue 

Dallas, Tex. 





Alma Louise Dunning 
712 Lancaster Avenue 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Stevens Eaton 

708 Cleveland Avenue 

Ishpeming, Mich. 





Gretchen Durland 
Hotel Jefferson 
Watkin's Glen, N. Y. 



Mary Barber Eaton 

2718 Pillsbury Avenue 

Minneapolis, Minn. 




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Alice Elizabeth Eberly 
2906 Eaton Road 
Shaker Heights, Ohio 



Edith Eleanor Eicks 
100 Groton Street 
Forest Hills, L. I. 





Shirley Elizabeth Eddy 
49 Fairfax Street 
W. Newton, Mass. 



Ruth Henrietta Eicks 

100 Groton Street 

Forest Hills, L. I. 





Mary-Byrne Edwards 
Russellville, Ky. 



Jane Harkness Elgas 

146 West 93rd Street 

New York City 




[1930. 







Florence Turner Enderly 
900 Riverside Drive 
New York City 



Ruth Emeline Farrington 

267 North River Road 

Manchester, N. H. 





Stella Eskin 

26 Kitaiskaya Street 

Harbin, China 



Myra Fercuson 

63 Norfolk Road 

Chestnut Hill, Mass. 





Margaret Farrington 
4411 E. 28th Street, North, 
Portland, Ore. 



Ruth Keeler Ferris 

525 Lawrence Avenue 

Westfield, N. J. 




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Wilma Elizabeth Fisher 
7212 Pcrrysville Avenue 
Ben Avon, Pa. 



Marjorie Fitch 

135 Joralemon Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Clarissa Breckenridge Fisk 
256 Woodbridge Avenue 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Sybil Parrish Flowers 

Duke University 

Durham, N. C. 





Helen Fiske 

438 Wolcott Street 

Auburndale, Mass. 



Charlotte Marie Fowler 

147 East 50th Street 

New York City 




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Jane Park Fowler 
io Shephard Avenue 
East Orange, N. J. 



Cecile Julie Freiberg 

740 N. Crescent Avenue 

Cincinnati, O. 





Virginia Minot Fowler 
92 Bartlet Road 
Winthrop, Mass. 



Alice Nuttall Fryberger 
Philipsburg, Pa. 





Mae Frankel 

30 West 54th Street 

New York City 



Mary Frances Furst 

6375 Lancaster Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. 




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Sarah Adalene Furst 
6375 Lancaster Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Harriet Allyn Geer 

334 Washington Street 

Norwich, Conn. 





Ellen Margaret Gandy 
27 Sumner Avenue 
Spokane, Wash. 



Arline Henrietta Genthner 

101 Homer Street 

Newton Centre, Mass. 





Joecile Garrison 
318 Beech Street 
Little Rock, Ark. 



Jeanne Gephart 

7100 — 3rd Avenue 

Kenosha, Wis. 




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Virginia Gerould 
Hanover, N. H. 



Jean Godwin 

26 Willow Avenue 

Larchmont, N. Y. 





Julia Flora Gieschi 
29 Spring Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



Jeannette Tuch Goldman 

2020 Kanawka 

Charleston, W. Va. 





Esther Glanz 

140 Elizabeth Street 

Hartford, Conn. 



Sylvia Claire Goldman 

53 Midland Street 

Worcester, Mass. 




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J 




Lillian Goldys 
io Gould Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Dorothy Claire Gordon 
1082 Broadway 
Beaumont, Tex. 





Margaret Richardson Goodlatte 




"Longacre," 




Centerville, Cape Cod, Mass. 






W^ *■ 


Janet Gordon 




874 Lincoln Avenue 




Winnetka, 111. 






Patricia Alice Goodwillie 
7 Everett Street 
Cambridge, Mass. 



Rosanna Gore 
141 Circuit Road 
Winthrop, Mass. 




65 




Gwlndolyn Brooks Grant 
47 Elm Street 
Potsdam, N. Y. 



Suzanne Edwina Greist 

52 Walworth Avenue 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 





Margaret Lois Green 
2700 Coventry Road 
Cleveland, O. 



Ruth Christine Griffenhagen 

56 E. Elm Street 

Chicago, 111. 





Rosalyn Keller Greenebaum 
1 130 Park Avenue 
New York City 



Dorothy Katherine Griffiths 

152 Elm Street 

Worcester, Mass. 




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Elizabeth Grimm 
27 Cole Avenue 
Providence, R. I. 



Adelaide Smith Hall 
South Main Street 
New Canaan, Ct. 





Lucy Mitchel Groat 
Longwood Towers 
Brookline, Mass. 



Barbara Hall 

785 Washington Street 

Brookline, Mass. 





Helene Lenore Gutter 
183 Argyle Road 
Brooklyn, New York 



Lois Barbara Hall 

469 East Main Street 

Meriden, Ct. 




67 




Ann Franklin Hamilton 
2 Montague Terrace 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mary Elizabeth Hamlin 

1383 Dean Street 

Brooklyn, New York 





Nancy Hamilton 
3 Beaver Street 
Sevvkkley, Pa. 



Christine Farnham Hammond 

4 Summer Street 

Torrington, Ct. 





Helen Alice Hamlin 

Signal Hill 

E. St. Louis, 111. 



Mary Rosalie Hammond 

1425 Park Avenue 

Baltimore, Md. 











Ann Louise Harney 
318 S. Walnut Street 
Crawfordsville, Ind. 



Virginia Harrison 

2602 Guilford Road 

Cleveland, O. 





Jeannett May Harris 

3510 Washington Boulevard 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Helen Elizabeth Hartman 

407 Irvington Avenue 

South Orange, N. J. 





Sarah Gertrude Plant Harrison 
Branford, Conn. 



Mary Lavinia Hartz 

337 E. Main Street 

Annville, Pa. 




11930 



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Agnes Adelaide Hayes 
219 Highland Avenue 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Jane Eleanor Heap 

536 Slayton Street 

Grand Haven, Mich. 





Dorothy Mixter Hayes 
267 Gibbs Avenue 
Newport, R. I. 



Helen Rees Hebbard 

14 Boulevard, Rochelle Park 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 





Effie Catherine Heald 
215 — 6th Avenue 
Troy, N. Y. 



Recina Helen Held 

845 West End Avenue 

New York City 




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Betty Jane Hellebush 
345 Westminster Road 
Rochester, N. Y. 



Edith Hess 

23 West 73d. Street 

New York City 





Natalie Anna Hencken 
48 West 59th Street 
New York City 



F.leanor Walton Hicken 
38 Moseley Avenue 
Newburyport, Mass. 





Ethel Haideen Henderson 
55 Glenbrooke Road 
Stamford, Ct. 



Ruth Albro Hill 

125 Trenor Drive 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 




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Jane Harriet HlMMEL 
657 Auburn Avenue 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Lois Elizabeth Holding 
West Chester, Pa. 





(Catherine Beaumont Hirsh 
2750 Fairmount Boulevard 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 



Lois Hoover 

16670 South Park Boulevard 

Cleveland, O. 





Marion Lucille Hockridge 
2125 Sunset Avenue 
Utica, New York 



Elise Hoster 

64 Stanbery Avenue 

Columbus, O. 




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Mary Maude Howell 

Llangollen 

Devon, Pa. 



Catherine Ann Huber 

51 Monroe Avenue 

Rochester, N. Y. 





Alma Rebecca Howells 
1 5 1 1 State Avenue 
Coraopolis, Pa. 



Ella Louise Hume 

472 Webster Avenue 

Muskegon, Mich. 





Elizabeth May Howland 
Auldfarm, Perkins Hill 
Akron, Ohio 



Ruth Webb Hunt 

15 Grove Street 

Bangor, Me. 




1930 



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Hazel Rebecca Hupper 
74 Sargent Street 
Melrose Highlands, Mass. 



Elizabeth Hope Jackson 

36 Center Street 

Windsor Locks, Conn. 





Ottile Elizabeth Hutchinson 
83 Highwood Avenue 
Ridgewood, N. J. 



Clara Hartwell Johnson 

138 Wellesley Street 

Weston, Mass. 





Beatrice Jackson 
20 Milford Avenue 
Newark, N. J. 



Margaret N. S. Johnson 

5616 Wyandotte Street 

Kansas City, Mo. 




11930 : 




Selma Jones 

5 West Cedar Street 

Boston, Mass. 



Gretchen Caroline Kaffenburgh 

92 Sewall Avenue 

Brookline, Mass. 





Dorothy Alden Jordan 
321 N. Lansdown Avenue 
Lansdown, Pa. 



Janet Thomas Kates 

107 San Gabriel Drive 

Rochester, N. Y. 





Barbara Elizabeth Judkins 
1 Grant Street 

Portland, Me. 



Mildred Kaufman 

600 West End Avenue 

New York City 




: 75 




Alleen Kelly 

2425 North Park Boulevard 

Cleveland Heights, O. 



Cicely Louise Kershaw 

3 1 Greenway Terrace 

Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 





Evelyn Catherine Kelly 
521 South Fifth Street 
Grand Forks, N. D. 



Margaret Mary Kiernan 

334 Seaview Avenue 

Bridgeport, Conn. 





Helen Goodwin Kelly 
93 Grand Boulevard 
Binghamton, N. Y. 



Katherine Kimball 

Wampatuck Road 

Dedham, Mass. 




1930 



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Elizabeth Winchester Kingsbury 
170 State Street 
Framingham Centre, Mass. 



Katherine Klein 

Riverview Station 

St. Paul, Minn. 





Annett Ewing Kirk 
1 126 South Main Street 
Findlay, O. 



Edith Gordon Kline 

534 Maple Avenue 

Elizabeth, N. J. 





Virginia Kirk 
21 High Street 
Port Deposit, Md. 



Betty Klinefelter 
5 Harvest Road 
Baltimore, Md. 




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Helen Barrett Knox 
5107 Junius Street 
Dallas, Tex. 



Alice May Koogle 

18 Birch Road 

Yonkers, N. Y. 





Martorie Lenore Koblitz 
2635 Euclid Boulevard 
Cleveland, O. 



Gertrude Sylvia Kopp 

2595 Sedgwick Avenue 

New York City 





Irene Virginia Koerber 
5 Stearns Court 
Northampton, Mass. 



Hildegard Kramme 

1 52 Manchester Street 

Leominster, Mass. 





Margaret Alice Kremers 
826 James Avenue 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 



Marjorie Frances Lawson 
Short Hills, N. J. 





Florence Winston Lamar 
723 Alabama Avenue 
Selma, Ala. 



Norma Monica Leas 

131 State Street 

Northampton, Mass. 





Violet Irene Lampe 
620 "A" Avenue 
Eveleth, Minn. 



Esther Ruth Leavitt 

Pclham Hall, Beacon Street 

Brookline, Mass. 




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Mildred Leshine 

374 Ellesworth Avenue 

New Haven, Conn. 



Elizabeth Lewis 

47 Livermore Road 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 





Minnie Lesnow 
2 1 o GofTe Terrace 
New Haven, Conn. 



Mary Louise Libby 

54 Eliot Street 

Jamaica Plain, Boston, Mass. 





Eleanor Frances Levy 
251 W. 89th Street 
New York City 



Helene Bond Lipe 

2617 Juniper Avenue 

Toledo, O. 




80 




Leanor Doris Lipsher 
412 Whitney Avenue 
New Haven, Conn. 



Jane Bruce Loomis 
Granby, Ct. 

3 





Dorothy Goodwin Lockwood 
8513 — 105th Street 
Richmond Hill, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Lott 

20 Mackay Place 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Charlotte Louise Loewe 
8 Fairview Avenue 
Danbury, Ct. 



Esther Lowenthal 

350 Hearne Avenue 

Cincinnati, O. 




S 



;8i ; 




Alice Janf Lowes 
4 Lowes Terrace 
Dayton, Ohio 



Agnes Earl Lyall 

92 Prospect Street 

Summit, N. J. 





Fannie Lublin 
39 Kent Street 
Hartford, Ct. 



Mary Paxton Macatee 

2324 California Street 

Washington, D. C. 





Elinor Mix Lusk 
38 W. Court Street 
Cortland, N. Y. 



Helen Mary MacKenzie 

390 N. Main Street 

Wallingford, Ct. 




1930 



i 82 )» 



\. 




Mary Pierson McLean 
242 Bryant Street 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Betty Louise Main 

2001 E. 7th Avenue 

Denver, Colo. 





Edwina Fay Macomber 
1 1 46 Lindberg Avenue 
Wyandotte, Mich. 



Frances Louise Manley 

724 Himman Avenue 

Evanston, 111. 





Janet Morgan Mahony 
Scarborough-on-Hudson, N. Y. 



Dorothy Perkins Marble 

293 Broadway 

Methuen, Mass. 




■4 83 }> 




Elizabeth Ann Marsh 
205 Broadway 
Milton, Pa. 



Marian Frances Martin 

827 Taylor Avenue 

Detroit, Mich. 





Virginia Marshall 
Brae Burn Country Club 
West Newton, Mass. 



Rebecca Martin 

171 Meeting Street 

Providence, R. I. 





Clara Elizabeth Martin 
120 Buckingham Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



Mary Mason 

117 Walnut Street 

Elmira, N. Y. 




84 




Florence Hf.adley Meeker 
715 Madison Avenue 
Plainfield, N. J. 



Eugenia Mewborn 

938 Bellefonte Street 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Maxine Adele Merchant 
The Dover Hotel 
687 Lexington Avenue 
New York City 



Violet Edith Meyer 

Park Avenue 

Monroe, Louisiana 





Elizabeth Snow Merriman 
Fairport, N. Y. 



Ruth Millar 

109 DeMott Avenue 

Clifton, N. J. 




/ 







Alida Donnell Milliken 
951 Madison Avenue 
New York City 



Dora Lyons Morris 

"The Trees" 

Ossining, N. Y. 





Mary Butler Minns 
1 Acorn Street 
Boston, Mass. 



Elinor Reed Morris 
119 E. 84 Street 
New York City 





Nancy Jane Moir 
104 Clay Street 
Burlington, Iowa 



Augusta Harrison Morse 

Ballair Driveway 

Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 




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Dorothy Mabel Morton 
819 Buena Avenue 
Chicago, 111. 



Elizabeth Katherine Myers 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 





Margaret Cook Mount 
140 Maple Avenue 
Red Bank, N. J. 



Margaret Myers 

114 East 46th Street 

Savannah, Ga. 





Marion Murphy 
763 Ostrom Avenue 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



Rachel Eve Neely 

729 Piedmont Avenue, N. E. 

Atlanta, Ga. 




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Margaretta Quimby Nelson 
303 Highland Avenue 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 



Katherine Lincoln Newell 

154 Kanyon Street 

Hartford, Conn. 





Margaret Marie Neracher 
14355 Woodland Avenue 
Shaker Heights, O. 



Mary Elizabeth Nixon 

1429 Princess Anne Road 

Norfolk, Va. 





Kathryn Eleanor Ness 
619 Elmvvood Avenue 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Julia Nordhaus 

101 N. 1 2th Street 

Albuquerque, N. M. 







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Florence Helen Northrop 
195 Walnut Street 
Montclair, N. J. 



Antoinette Wilhelmina Ockert 

2220 Homecrest Avenue 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Helen Mary Norton 
142 Main Street 
Winsted, Conn. 



Alice Frances O'Connor 
37 Paul Gore Street 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 





Helen Ripley Noyes 
35 Rock Spring Road 
Stamford, Conn. 



June Elizabeth Offinger 

7612 La-Grange Avenue 

Cleveland, O. 





Marian Ofner 

556 Arlington Place 

Chicago, III. 



Elizabkth Eleanor Olney 

191 Culver Road 

Rochester, N. Y. 





Esther Gracie Ocden 
454 Westminster Avenue 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



Makv Elizabeth Osborn 

North Shore Hotel 

Evanston, 111. 





Anne Wood Okie 
The Pennsylvania 
White Bear Lake, Minn. 



Elsie Marjorie Owens 
Central Valley, N. Y. 




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Alice Hovt Palmer 
Matamoras, Pa. 



Paula Lyle Patch 

31 Eastern Point Road 

Gloucester, Mass. 





Nancy Wynne Parker 
Box 581 
Portsmouth, N. H. 



Barbara Winslow Pate 

29 Washington Square West 

New York City 





Ruth Mary Parker 
577 Ash Street 
Winnetka, 111. 



Esther Helen Peck 

505 Jefferson Avenue 

Scranton, Pa. 




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Rosamond Hobart Peirce 
281 Embarcadero Road 
Palo Alto, Calif. 



Nathalie Worthington Penrose 

1200 Prospect Avenue 

Hartford, Conn. 





Helen Boteler Pendleton 
1330 Bailey Avenue 
McKeesport. Pa. 



Ruth Perkins 

3284 Parkland Drive 

Shaker Heights, Ohio 





Elizabeth Jane Penny 




718 


S. 


Cedar 


Street 




Otta 


wa, 


Kan. 


Frances 
2 Margen 
Westerly 


Perry 
Street 
R. I. 




.1930 



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Rachel Esther Perry 
Fair Grounds Road 
Woodbridge, Conn. 



Arlene Louise Phillips 

609 E. Raynor Avenue 

Syracuse, N. Y. 





Mary Caroline Peterson 
643 Market Street 
Stcubcnville, O. 



Isabel Mae Phillips 

225 West 86th Street 

New York City 





Elsie Berk Phares 

3428 East Douglas Avenue 

Wichita, Kansas 



Harriet Ida Pickens 

156 Mason Street 

Brooklyn, New York 




93 




Elsie Cornelia Pond 
i i West Chester Street 
Nantucket, Mass. 



Helen Elizabeth Price 

24 Ward Avenue 

Northampton, Mass. 





Frances Porch 
103 Salem Street 
Reading, Mass. 



Helen Louise Pruet 

1 130 Stock wood Avenue 

Anniston, Ala. 





Sarah Barnard Prescott 
3085 Fairmount Boulevard 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Elizabeth Ingles Quiney 

208 Lafayette Street 

Easton, Pa. 




94 




Margaret Helen Ramsey 
757 Williams Street 
Denver, Colorado 



Edda Vincent Renouf 

R. F. D. No. 3 

Winchester, N. H. 





Udell Stranahan Redmond 
41 Lynn Shore Drive 
Lynn, Mass. 



Jane Revere 

432 Grove Street 

Westfield, N. J. 





Eleanor Cochran Reed 
46 Bellevue Avenue 
Ossining, N. Y. 



Doris Evelyn Reynolds 

1 120 E. 38th Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 




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Emily Elizabeth Rice 
1145 Washington Avenue 
Detroit Lakes, Minn. 



Carol Riegelman 

2 East 86th Street 

New York City 





Ruth Eleanor Rich 
22 Woodlawn Avenue 
Wellesley Hills, Mass. 



Margaret Adele Riggs 

556 Benson Street 

Camden, N. J. 





Martha Bacot Richey 
14 Clinton Avenue 
Maplewood, N. J. 



Jane Pillow Rightor 

720 Beech Street 

Helena, Ark. 




96 




Claire Naysmythe Riley 
606 Allen Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Elinore Forrest Roberts 

836 Center Street 

Bethlehem, Pa. 





Katharine Elizabeth Riley 
228 West Street 
Worcester, Mass. 



Elizabeth Mercur Roberts 

2209 W. Tioga Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 





Evelyn Mary Robert 
29 Kensington Avenue 
Northampton, Mass. 



Edith Anne Robinson 

16 Orne Square 

Salem, Mass. 




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Lila Carlton Sammis 
29 East 64th Street 
New York Citv 



Helen Elizabeth Sanderson 

Sovereign Hotel 

Chicago, 111. 





Dora Sanders 
245 Mather Road 
Jenkintown, Pa. 



Gertrude Elizabeth Saunders 
184 Meadow Street 
Naugatuck, Conn. 





Katharine Sanders 
40 Summer Street 
Salem, Mass. 



Jane Sayre 

531 No. Kenil worth Avenue 

Oak Park, 111. 




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Elena Maria Sbrega 
Holyoke, Mass. 



Marjorie Caroline Selic 

759 Red Bud Avenue 

Cincinnati, O. 





Virginia May Schaber 
316 West Warren Street 
Bucyrus, Ohio 



Eileen Alicoque Selkirk 

1769 E. 26th Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Marion Marjory Scranton 
300 Monroe Avenue 
Scranton, Pa. 



Barbara Senior 

Sport Hill 

Bridgeport, Conn. 




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Emeline Foland Shaffer 
20 Ed^ehill Road 
New Haven, Conn. 



Elizabeth Shaw 
Groton, Mass. 





Mildred Shapiro 
310 W. 86th Street 
New York City 



Elizabeth Harriet Sherman 

1 139 Wothyus Drive 

Pasadena, Cal. 





Bull Shapleigh 




Iden Road 




■r, Mass. 




Marie Caroline Shillaber 




6 Hawthorne Street 




Beverly, Mass. 






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Mary Virginia Shottf.r 
2277 Stillman Road 
Cleveland, O. 



Loraine Chadeayne Sinsabaugh 

208 Coram Avenue 

Shelton, Conn. 





Martha Roberts Sidway 
37 Oakland Place 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Helen Jane Sloan 

138 Kennedy Street 

Bradford, Pa. 





Sally Syer Simons 
2621 Arlington Avenue 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Aileen Graham Slocovich 

The Cairo Hotel 

Washington, D. C. 




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Jlan Mary Smart 
740 Michigan Avenue 
Evanston, 111. 



Barbara Son 

288 Fisher Avenue 

White Plains, N. Y. 





Brooksie Trezevant Smith 
321 1 Oak Lawn Avenue 
Dallas, Tex. 



Gladys Mathilda Sperrle 

308 Westervelt Ave., New Brighton 

Staten Island, N. Y. 





Isabel Emily Smith 
1073 East Broad Street 
Columbus, O. 



Olyve Low Sprague 

220 Clairmont Terrace 

Orange, N. J. 




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IsABELLE STEBBINS 

Observatory Hill 
Madison, Wis. 



Jane Semple Stewart 

Hawaiian Ordinance Depot 

Honolulu, T. H. 





Janet Barbara Sternberg 
2245 Poplar Avenue 
Memphis, Term. 



Ethel Lawrence Strock 
1236 — 34th Street 
Des Moines, Iowa 




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Sally Thresher Stevens 
7353 Sunset Boulevard 
Hollywood, Cal. 

Phylis Brewster Strong 

51 Fifth Avenue 

New York City 


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Laurene Tatlow 
1226 Pearl Street 
Denver, 0>1<>. 



Helen Sherman Thacher 

Thacher School 

Ojai, Calif. 





Helen Wright Teagle 
8418 Euclid Avenue 
Cleveland, O. 



Claire Thomas 

47 Wynnewood Avenue 

Merion, Pa. 





Elizabeth Temple 

1 28 1 Bonnie View Avenue 

Lakewood, O. 



Vivian Mary Thomas 

420 E. Mahanoy Avenue 

Mahanoy City, Pa. 




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Elizabeth Morton Thomson 
59 Forest Street 
Torrington, Conn. 



Laura Achsa Tirrill 

715 Rialto Place, San Marco 

Jacksonville, Fla. 





Betsy Amelia Tilden 
1080 Warburton Avenue 
Yonkers, N. Y. 



Ellen Laura Todd 
693 East Avenue 
Rochester, N. Y. 





Sylvia Murray Tilney 
The Pettibone Tavern 
Weatogue, Conn. 



Elizabeth Andrea Tracy 

30 School Street 

Keene, N. H. 




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Frances Patterson True 
i 361 East 56th Street 
Chicago. III. 



Fanny Ruth Unger 

10 Pennsylvania Avenue 

Crestwood, N. Y. 





Rachel Mann Tuttle 
27 Court Street 
Rutland, Vt. 



Hannah Lillian Unterman 

865 West End Avenue 

New York City 





Marjorie Elizabeth Tyler 

Prospect Street 

Great Barrington, Mass. 



Edith Winifred Vail 

950 Lincoln Avenue 

Highland Park, 111. 




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Mildred Wilks Van Dillen 
Van Houtcn Avenue 
Clifton, N. J. 



Rosamond Prescott Walden 

Brevoort Farm 

Rye, N. Y. 





Anna May Voege 
203 Ocean Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Dorothy Page Walker 

3 Walker Street 

Portland, Me. 





Eugenia Sutton Wade 
539 Chilton Street 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



Pauline Simons Ward 

3 Eliot Road 

Lexington, Mass. 




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Lilias Dei.las Ward-Smith 
105 Newmarket Road 
Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 



Doris Weaver 

165 W. 91st Street 

New York City 





Ruth Gavina Watrous 
East River, Conn. 



Lawribel Weil 

1 50 1 South Perry Street 

Montgomery, Ala. 





Helen Louise Watson 
Village View Street 
Wilton, Me. 



Charlotte Rose Weil 

2105 Fremont Avenue South 

Minneapolis, Minn. 




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Lucia Weimer 

200 Hathaway Park 

Lebanon, Pa. 



Miriam Frank Wertheimer 

5565 Northumberland Street 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Dorothy Welles 
16 Park Avenue 
Bronxvillc, N. \. 



Dorthy Westfall 

44 Darvvood Place 

Mount Vernon, N. Y. 





Ella-Kate Wemple 
13 Laurel Avenue 
Wheeling, W. Va. 



Alice Hermion Wheaton 

5005 Aldrich Avenue 

South Minneapolis, Minn. 




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Emily Alden White 
3 Federal Court 
Salem, Mass. 



Catherine Grace Winter 

909 Cascade Street 

Erie, Pa. 





Elizabeth Whittemore 
39 Orange Street 

Nashua, N. H. 



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Henrietta Wisner 

1409 Beaver Road 

Sewickley, Pa. 





Julia Grace Wilcox 
676 Penniman Avenue 
Plymouth, Mich. 



Claire Wolff 

332 Beech Spring Road 

South Orange, N. J. 




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Thelma Woltman 
39 Forest Road 
Glen Rock, N ). 



ISABELLE SUSANNE WOODFORD 

2692 Berkshire Road 
Cleveland, O. 





Martha Hopkins Wood 
39 Prospect Street 
Cortland, N. Y. 



Alys Huntington Wright 

80 Walnut Street 

Abington, Mass. 





Dorcas Lydia Woodbury 
21 Chestnut Street 
Wakefield, Mass 



Elizabeth Patricia Wricht 

Fuller Road 

Wcllesley Hills, Mass. 




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I li i.i \ Wright 
i 1 1 Arleigh Road 
Douglaston, L. I., N. Y. 



Elinor Wuichet 

81 i Salem Avenue 

Dayton, O. 





Mary Wright 
Hingham, Mass. 



Esther Lois Young 

85 Edward Avenue 

Pittsfield, Mass. 








Olivia Clews Wrightson 
259 Reynolds Terrace 
Orange, N. J. 



Madeleine Frances Young 
61 Cedar Street 
Worcester, Mass. 




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Mary Elizabeth Young 
22 Occom Rid^c 
Hanover, N. H. 



TsOGHIK ZARItTAN 

76 Watkins Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 




Other Members of the Class of 1930 



Irene Emma Daignault 
Priscilla Sears Fairchild 
Rebecca Howe . 
Beatrice Howell 
Elizabeth Wheeler . 



. 93 High St., Greenfield, Mass. 

. Noroton, Conn. 

315 West 1 06th St., New York City 

. Salisbury, Conn. 

. Newport, R. I. 



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Former Members of the Class of 1930 



Margaret Abbott 
Katherine Munger Adams 
Marian Albright 
Vera Andren 
Frances May Arrington 
Ruth Post Avery 
Laura Tirzah Ayres 
Elizabeth Ballard 
Elizabeth Campbell Banks 
Frances Bascom 
Eleanor Marjorie Beach 
Mary Webster Bean 
Lucie Emilie Bedford 
Mary Carolyn Benedict 
Mildred Richardson Bickford 
Mary Rawson Billings 
Frances Adams Bixby 
Marion Carrere Black 
Jane Bolton 
Elizabeth Bryant Borst 
Pauline Clara Bowerfind 
Elizabeth Boyden 
Mary Ten Eyck Bradley 
Anita Sturges Brooke 
Muriel Louise Brunner 
Mary Buckingham 
Maria Elizabeth Bush 
Mary Lloyd Caples 
Ruth Carlson 
Margaret Carter 
Virginia Taylor Case 
Mary Frances Cashman 
Elizabeth Harmon Cassatt 
Miriam Catheron 
Georgianna Isabella Chalfin 
Anne Chapelle Chamberlain 
Alice Louise Chapman 
Alice Fay Chittenden 
Kathleen Pearson Clarke 
Marion Strong Coles 
Mary Harriet Collins 
Eleanor Fay Cox 
Palmyre Madeleine Cox 
Anna Marten Crehore 
Marion Boyd Crockett 
Margaret Barton Daniels 



Wilma Grace Davies 

Kate Perrin Dickerman 

Ruth Dillard 

Amelia Alice Dimeling 

Donna Virginia Dines 

Dorothy Constance Doane 

Frances Marion Downer 

Barbara Dudley 

Lois Bailey Dudley 

Ivy-Jane Edmondson 

Virginia Elizabeth Farrington 

Martha Jewett Fenn 

Joy Amelia Fletcher 

Frances Carnes Flint 

Phyllis Dare Fox 

Isabel Gallagher 

Mary Elizabeth George 

Rosslyn Gorney 

Marjorie Harriette Green 

Jean Wolcott Griswold 

Florence Elizabeth Hallett 

Celestes Marguerite Hammett 

Edith Hargrave 

Anne Katherine Harrison 

Carolyn Curtis Haugan 

Bertha Stone Hebard 

Elizabeth Wrenshall Hemingway 

Frances Irene Herendeen 

Bertha Rollman Herman 

Helen Pearson Herzberg 

Helen Hind 

Mary Elizabeth Hine 

Jane Belton Hodge 

Susan Garvin Hopkins 

Elizabeth Hosmer 

Sylvia Louise Mauldin Howland 

Alice Lee Hoxie 

Katherine Kell Hughes 

Roberta Eugenie Humphrey 

Leslie Crawford Hun 

Cynthia Estelle Hunt 

Isabella Pendleton Hunt 

Helen Prudden Hutchinson 

Frances Bradley Hutchison 

Nancy Butler Hutton 

Esther Brown Innes 



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Mary Loren Jeffrey 
Frances Hyde Johnson 
Faith Florence Jones 
Margaret Stewart Jordan 
Rose Jean Kahn 
Florence Fazio Keys 
Eleanor Brice Kimball 
Florence Marion Kimberly 
Caroline Marsh Kinsey 
Mildred Barbara Le Vay 
Eleanor Cecelia Lindau 
Helen Stimson Long 
Louise Esther Lynch 
Helen Alvis MacAkee 
Emily Goodwin McCampbell 
Mary Margaret McDowell 
Katherine McIlvaine 
Christy Loring MacKaye 
Ruth Jean Mandlebaum 
Lempi Elizabeth Martin 
Mary Jane Mills 
Vera Mintz 
Martha Barbara Moore 
Harriet Norma Moses 
Helen Dorothy Mulligan 
Louise Kaufman Mundheim 
Nance Nieman 
Constance Noble 
Florence Paine 
Georgeanna Palmer 
Louisa Rita Pearson 
Harriet Hetzel Pelton 
Katherine Louise Pomeroy 
Elizabeth Jane Posson 
Katherine Mudge Prichard 
Harriet Louise Provost 
Adele Knight Pyle 
Janet Reynolds 
Edna Elizabeth Roberts 
June Elizabeth Rolfe 
Gertrude Sarah Rosenhirsch 
Lydia Goodwin Ross 
Katherine Jane Rowe 
Ruth Carolyn Rowsome 
Vesta Pocetta Saunders 
Mary Culbreth Sayre 
Virginia Lou Schenck 
M\ry Helena Schirding 
Patricia Marie Schmidt 
Dorys Cornelia Schmitz 
Katherine Melita Schott 
Virginia Gilliat Schroeder 



Ruth Eugenia Seabury 
Martha Elizabeth Schaeffer 
Virginia Shaler 
Mary Elizabeth Shaw 
Helen Mondeau Shimmin 
Eva Browning Sisson 
Alice Agnew Smith 
Frances Peckham Smith 
Virginia Leslie Smith 
Eleanor Kirby Speer 
Helene May Spooner 
Dorothy Lucille Stafford 
Caroline Mabel Stahl 
Florence Stilwell 
Cynthia Stuart 
Caroline Theresa Sullivan 
Helen Gelsey Taylor 
Laura Smith Taylor 
Margaret Brewster Taylor 
Marion Ruth Taylor 
Frederica Tench 
Helen Anstis Thayer 
Nancy Thayer 
Martha Baker Tinkham 
Barbara Taylor Traub 
Frances Steele Tuckerman 
Alice Bradford Tweedy 
Jessica Van Beuren 
Barbara Nan Vandenberg 
Narcissa Peace Varney 
Dorothea Marshall Villard 
Kaatje Vliet 
Ione Brown Waite 
Mary Weston 
Dorothy Wheeler 
Natalie Whelden 
Kathleen Chamblin Whitcomb 
Jean White 
Barbara Whittemore 
Charlotte Rouse Wickwire 
Grace Wiggin 
Frances Leigh Williams 
Maria Meade Winterbotham 
Lucy Winton 
Mary Jane Wiseman 
Natalie Lorraine Wiss 
Mildred Ruth Wolf 
Dorothy Wood 
Virginia Woodland 
Barbara Holman 
Dona Celeste Worrall 
Mary Rollo Wright 



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Freshman Year 




OFFICERS 

President 
Helen Teagle 

Vice-President 
Priscilla Fairchild 

Secretary 
* Katherine Adams 

Treasurer 
Susan Albright 



Council Member 
Helen Teagle 

Song Leader 
Helen Hebbard 

Assistant Song Leader 
Barbara Hall 

Historian 
Nancy Hamilton 



Resigned, Left College 




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The Parade 

Ladies, gents, and children, buy your peanuts at the gate; 

There's a circus on for nothing, and you'd better not be late; 

A three-ring show is playing, and a side-show if you wait — 

So step right up and get your seats. We pay to educate. 

Six hundred strong, they come along, the troopers in parade, 

They all are new performers, but they're none of them afraid, 

Most remarkable collection that has ever yet been made! 

Going through more circus antics than have heretofore been played, 

So get your eyes in focus on the clowning in ring one, 

For all the freaks have crowded in. The circus has begun. 



RING ONE 

See each clown go through his paces. How they tumble for your eye. 
See the houses set a-blazing, watch each fire-engine fly. 
See the girlies tight-rope walking on a silk thiead, that is all, 
How they dance and kick, not knowing, they should have a parasol, 
For with nothing there to steady them, they're bound to take a fall. 
See their arrogant assurance that they'll scale, in record time, 
The topless, baseless, ladders that they balance as they climb 
There's the unofficial booster, and it's lucky they allied her, 
Inexperienced, but effective, she's a snappy bareback rider. 
In a corner, flopping prettily, are grouped the singing seals, 
While Hall, their patient trainer, with her baton, vain, appeals. 
Mark the exit of the ring where stands the puppy-trainer, Hanna, 
With two blue bull-dogs, she has taught to wave a college banner. 
But best of all, the tumblers. Do not mind them, if they slip, 
And over all the ring-master, Tall Teagle, cracks the whip. 
Six hundred blind performers, all crazy to perform, 
All crowding in the first big ring, creating their own storm. 



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Sophomore Year 




OFFICERS 

President 
Elizabeth Wright 

Vice-President 
Janet Mahony 

Secretary 
Margaret Barclay 

Treasurer 
Penelope Crane 

Council Member 
* Sarah Prescott 
Katrina Cooley 



Judicial Board Member 
Helen Teagle 

Song Leader 
Barbara Hall 

Assistant Song Leader 
Patricia Goodwillie 

Chairman of Carnival 
Mary Eaton 

Rally Day Class Chairman 
Narcissa Varney 

Historian 
Nancy Hamilton 

Chairman of Push Committee 
Sarah Prescott 



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The crowd has been thinning, by now we're beginning, 
To see who is winning, a place in the tray, 
For those on the tight-rope, have found only light-rope, 
And lost even slight hope, of drawing their pay. 

The players remaining, are rapidly gaining, 
A pride in their training, and vie in their stunts. 
How wild and how frantic, is each frenzied antic; 
It's only romantic to try each thing once. 

To sit on a table, as high as she's able, 

And make it unstable, — ah, there's a hair-raiser! 

She flirts, as she lunges, with death; when she plunges, 

Don't mind. It was done just to see if you'd praise her. 

See the lady with ease on the flying trapeze, 
She's as safe as you please, till she loses her grip. 
The clown, a bit heady, his wit quite unsteady, 
Is none the less ready to fling off a quip. 

Amid the false glitter, the Varney, a-twitter, 
Shines bright, as befits her, a sun on the rise. 
And it's rank understating, to say that the rating 
Of Howell in skating, is skating thin ice. 

A jig or a largo, in any old argot, 

Hear Mammy boy Margot, Calliope Jane, 

Spill songs with a feeling, enchanting, appealing, 

From up on the ceiling to down by the drain. 

See the muscular woman, titanic but human, 
There ain't hardly room in the tent for her act. 
Not the usual ninny, athletic, but tinny, 
The scales and the Finny show guts for a fact. 

Hear the uproar, and guess what. A thunderstorm? Yes, but 
It's just Sally Prescott, who's pushing her load. 
She heads a committee to push around the city, 
Some pretty, half-witty, young heifers that lowed. 

But despite these luminaries, the attraction rarely varies, 
Their performance is the berries, if you want a flashy show. 
They will hang by just one molar, and bi-cuspid to a pole or 
Come down headlong on a roller, though there is no net below. 

And in the midst, the ever-guiding light, 
The e'er effulgent, e'er unerring Wright. 



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Sophomore Push Committee 



Chairman — Sarah Prescott 



Margaret Barclay 
Lucie Bedford 
Fanny Curtis 
Cordelia Dumaine 
Mary Eaton 
Shirley Eddy 
Priscilla Fairchild 
Janet Gordon 
Margaret Green 
Barbara Hall 
Virginia Harrison 
Adelaide Hayes 



Mary Maude Howell 
Ruth Hill 
Haideen Henderson 
Rosalie Hammond 
Lois Hoover 
Esther Ogden 
Nancy Okie 
Edda Renouf 
Katharine Sanders 
Narcissa Varney 
Emily White 
Elizabeth Wright 



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Junior Year 




OFFICERS 

President 

* Penelope Crane 
Katrina Cooley 

Vice-President 
Katrina Cooley 

Secretary 
Mary Eaton 

Treasurer 
Virginia Harrison 

Council Members 

* Penelope Crane 
Janet Gordon 
Janet Mahony 

Judicial Board Member 
Sarah Prescott 

Song Leader 
Barbara Hall 



Assistant Song Leader 
Ann Hamilton 

Chairman of Junior Prom 
Naneen Burnap 

Rally Day Class Chairmen 
Nancy Hamilton 
Margaret Barclay 

Chairman of Junior Ushers 
Esther Ogden 

Historian 
Nancy Hamilton 

President of Sorbonne Group 
Evelyn Robert 



Resigned 




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Ring Three 



Ladies, gents, and children, put your chewing gum away. 

Throw your pop beneath the bleachers. Put your coat back on to stay. 

Give ring three your kind attention. Let your interest ne'er depart, 

For it's made the steep ascension, from mere show, to classic art. 

There is hung a velvet curtain, while the music softly plays. 

At a glance, you know for certain that you've come on better days. 

You can stop your peanut chewing, take your kiddies by the hand, 

For you've got the right impression that you're seeing something grand. 

It's living statues, people, every player holds her pose. 

It's artistic, but don't worry, for they all wear lots of clothes; 

They pretend that they are naked, but they do not freeze their toes. 

See revolving, on the platform, all the groupings as they stand. 

See Diane, the nature goddess, with her followers by the hand, 

Making sport amid the greensward, with some bare feet and confusion. 

Though she seems to make a stir, that's living statues' best illusion. 

Running round beneath the platform, trying hard to bum a ride, 

Are the eager, earnest, scouting girls, who've formed a club Outside. 

But they cannot join the statues, for their clothes they do not hide. 

All too close to this gymnasium, is a mighty Athenaeum, 

Called the Allenfield, where sit the blessed, that everyone may see 'em. 

Simple scholars and free thinkers, who their inner thoughts will bare, 

So their classic minds are naked, — (you don't see the underwear) 

Then, among the living statues, who, alas! should never stir, 

Soars a voice that shakes the canvas, knocks the groups from where they were. 

Just slack your pose there, statues, your horizon's looking brighter, 

When "Sonny-Boy" is rendered, by the golden throated Rightor. 

Don't get back into position, for your poses don't enhance 

Your youthful grace, when Burnap tries to lead you in the dance. 

See the statues drop the picture, watch them scramble for their clothes; 

Diane and the Athenaeum look alike for beaux. 

It's the climax of the circus, folks, the funniest thing we show 

When the circus-trained turn folksie, when they see a man below. 

For the rest, — there is the side show; freaks fancy and insane, 
Where, so I've heard, the only bird, that's not absurd's the Crane. 



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Sorbonne Group 



1928-1929 
Evelyn Robert President 



Martha Benedict 
Frances Benson 
Helen Black 
Isabel Blandford 
Dorothy Brooks 
Leonora Cohen 
Palmyre Cox 
Frances Doolittle 
Jane Elgas 
Jane Fowler 
Margaret Goodlatte 
Suzanne Greist 
Marion Hockridge 



Beatrice Howell 
Selma Jones 
Alleen Kelly 
Betty Klinefelter 
Marjorie Lawson 
Esther Leavitt 
Mary Louise Libby 
Elinor Lusk 
Frances Manley 
Marian Martin 
Rachel Neely 
Katharine Newell 



Florence Northrop 
Helen Noyes 
Mary Osborn 
Barbara Pate 
Frances Perry 
Edda Renouf 
Martha Richey 
Evelyn Robert 
Selma Rosenthal 
Mildred Rubin 
Elena Sbrega 
Fanny Unger 
Mary Young 



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Junior Promenade Committee 

Naneen Burnap .......... General Chairman 

Helen Hebbard Floor Chairman 

Elizabeth Wright Invitation Chairman 

Nancy Hamilton Theatre Chairman 

Alida Milliken Music Chairman 

Mary Harriet Collins Refreshment Chairman 

Margaret Barclay .......... Tea Dance Chairman 

Elizabeth Boies ......... Program and Favor Chairman 

Helen Teagle .......... Garden Party Chairman 

Janet Mahony Head Usher 

Martha Berry Soph more Garden Party Chairman 

Mary Mattison Soph more Decoration Chairman 



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Junior Ushers 



Mary Harriet Collins 

Jean Aaron 
Mary Alexander 
Lois Anderson 
Anne Andrew 
Katherine Avery 
Barbara Banning 
Margaret Barclay 
Ellen Batchelor 
Helen Bisbing 
Elizabeth Boies 

CoNCETTA BONOMO 

Mary-Louise Brown 
Irma Bryant 
Dorothy Buchanan 
Ruth Burford 
Naneen Burnap 
Elizabeth Campbell 
Eunice Campbell 
Amelia Canning 
Frances Carpenter 
Grace Cheney 
Vircinia Cherry 
Molly Childs 
Fanny Curtis 
Catherine Collier 
Mary Harriet Collins 
Virginia Crane 
Emily Louise Culbertson 
Janice Currick 
Alice Davis 
Constance Davison 
Helen Depue 
Elinice Dissette 



Marshals 

[Catherine Drury 
Cordelia Dumaine 
Gretchen Durland 
Shirley Eddy 
Mary Eaton 
Priscilla Fairchild 
Helen Fiske 
Sybil Flowers 
Alice Fryberger 
Virginia Gerould 
Patricia Goodwillie 
Janet Gordon 
Margaret Green 
Elizabeth Grim 
Barbara Hall 
Ruth Hill 
Ann Hamilton 
Nancy Hamilton 
Elizabeth Hamlin 
Helen Hamlin 
Rosalie Hammond 
Sally Harrison 
Adelaide Hayes 
Helen Hebbard 
Haideen Henderson 
Lois Hoover 
Susan Hopkins 
Ruth Hunt 
Frances Hutchison 
Ottilie Hutchinson 
Barbara Judkins 
Cicely Kershaw 
Katherine Klein 



Frances Hutchison 



Alice Koogle 
Elizabeth Lewis 
Mary McLean 
Mary Mason 
Alida Milliken 
Augusta Morse 
Mary Nixon 
Esther Ogden 
Alice Palmer 
Mary Parker 
Rachel Perry 
Natalie Penrose 
Ruth Perkins 
Helen Pruitt 
Frances Robinson 
Sally Rogers 
Katherine Riley 
Mary Sayre 
Marion Scranton 
Emeline Shaffer 
Elizabeth Shaw 
Sallie Simons 
Loraine Sinsabaugh 
Barbara Son 
Jane Stewart 
Katherine Sanders 
Margaret Taylor 
Claire Thomas 
Sylvia Tilney 
Rosamond Walden 
Emily White 
Martha Wood 



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Mildred Erown 
Annie Browning 
Dorothy Buchanan 
Elizabeth Cady 
Christine Chace - 
Jocelyn Crane 
Fanny Curtis 
Elizabeth Eaton 
Myra Ferguson 
Margaret Goodlatte 



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Jane Heap 
Irene Koerber 
Marjorie Lawson 
Augusta Morse 
Rachel Neely 
Mary Osborn 
Jane Revere 
Carol Riegelman 
Edith Vail 
Ella-Kate Wemple 



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Senior Year 




Judicial Board Member 
Janet Gordon 

Song Leader 
Barbara Hall 

Assistant Song Leader 
Lois Hoover 

Rally Day General Chairman 
Eleanor Atterbury 

Rally Day Class Chairmen 

Nancy Hamilton 

Fanny Curtis 

Pin Chairman 
Mary Maude Howell 

Historian 
Nancy Hamilton 

Head Usher 
Eleanor Dodge 



^'Resigned 



OFFICERS 

President 
Katrina Cooley 

Vice-President 
Suzanne Greist 

Secretary 
Ruth Hunt 

Treasurer 
Shirley Eddy 

Council Members 

*Emily White 
Grace Cheney 
Fanny Curtis 




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The Side Show 

Side show! Side show! Do not miss a thing! 

Come and see the famous freaks, veterans of the ring, 

All the circus artists who have passed the three-ring marker, 

Shifted to the side show tent, with Cooley playing barker. 

Come on in. It's free! 

On the right as you enter, the famous inventor 

Of poems off-centre, Miss Simons, in pose. 

Then, back where it's shady, is slumped Myrtle Brady, 

Miraculous lady who writes with her toes. 

Close by is Priscilly, (she's the nuts on a filly) 

And though it seems silly, she swallows the sword. 1 

There's Babs Hall all tattooed, with the songs she has strewed, 

In rhapsodical mood, on the monotone horde. 

See the miniature room, furnished Scotch to the broom, 
Ah! There's no place like Hume, for a dirk, kilt, and bonnet. 
Miss Weimer, a rhymer, (her prose is sublimer,) 
Swallows needle and thread, and sews up a sonnet. 2 

There s Davis, fire eater, the hotter the heater 

The more and completer, she swallows her traces." 

And Poggs, whose snake charming's so quickly disarming, 

She's snaked this alarming verse from our embraces. 

(}et a look at the styles, that parade through the aisles, 
They will call forth the smiles, once again to your face. 
There's nothing that's beaten Buchanan's "doggy" feet and 
The smart Betty Eaton, attired for the chase. 

If you look for a treat, let the mud sink your feet, 

In the vanishing street, which, though going, still clings, 

Disappears in your face, as you stand in your place, 

But your shoes bear the trace, of the thaws of the springs. 

See the chapel where pray, almost every third day, 
Some two thousand they say, so step up and extoll, 
And it's known for a fact, that this chapel, by Act, 
Is guaranteed packed, though you can't see a soul. 

Say, from one in the know, it's a good high class show, 
You'll be sorry to go, if you're here a few weeks, 
But you'd better not wait, till they give you the gate, 
Or you won't graduate, with your parcel of freaks. 4 

1 Naturally you don't get the point because she's swallowed it, but that doesn't mean there isn't any point. 

' This started out to be very subtle, because we got to thinking about people who swallow packages of 
needle and thread, and produce tailored suits, and knitted leggings and things, and it seemed to apply, 
but the whole simile was knocked for a cocked hat, when we found ourselves obliged to rhyme "son- 
net" with "bonnet," for of course Miss Weimer never did no such thing. 

3 As for this one, we never expected you to get it anyway, but we were brooding over all the hot stories the 
head of Judicial Board must have tucked away, and — well, you can see how the whole thing came 
about. Or maybe not. 

' And now, in case you are puzzling over what actually occurred during four college years, you will doubt- 
less find something at least more lucid on the Nonsense Page. Oh, we see you looking quickly to see 
what page you are reading now, but you can't fool us, this is the Class History! 



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Ivy Day Program 

SATURDAY, JUNE FOURTEENTH 

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 by Frances E. Robinson, '30 

AND 

Music by Hermion A. Wheaton, '30 

In joy we sing, our new endeavor pledging, 
Our hope as strong as are the walls above, 

Tall ivy walls, that lend their mellow flavor 
To the truth we worship, and the task we love. 

Old roots are strong — beneath the turf lie covered 
The tendrils of the past, unwearied, slow, 

And thousands pass, as we must pass, unknowing, 
Who come with years to watch our ivy grow. 

In joy we sing, our firm devotion pledging 
To halls and lanes where others soon will be. 

Oh, guard them well, strong vines of ivy growing 
With the strength that you have lent us to be free. 



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Baccalaureate Program 

SUNDAY, JUNE FIFTEENTH 

Baccalaureate Address in Sage Hall 
President Neilson 

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 SIXTEENTH 

Exercises in John M. Greene Hall 

Address by William Ernest Hocking, Ph.D., LL.D. 

Alumnae Assembly in John M. Greene Hall 

Class Supper in the Alumnae Gymnasium 



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Commencement Committees 

IVY DAY 
Anne Robinson, Chairman 
Eleanor Atterbury Nancy Parker 

Ann Hamilton Frances Robinson 

Claire Thomas 



IVY DAY SONG 

Jeannette Harris, Chairman 



Cordelia Dumaine 
Barbara Hall 



Nancy Okie 
Sallie Simons 



ORDER OF MARCHING 

Janet Mahony, Chairman 
Emily Lucy Culbertson Rosalie Hammond 

Eleanor Dodge Sally Prescott 



Ruth Hunt 



SPEAKER 

Emily White, Chairman 

Esther Ogden 



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COMMENCEMENT PRINTING 

Claire Thomas, Chairman 



Constance Davison 
Alice Fryberger 



Frances Furst 
Elizabeth Hamlin 



Emeline Shaffer 



Cordelia Dumaine 
Frances Furst 
Janet Gordon 
Suzanne Greist 



CAP AND GOWN 
Grace Cheney, Chairman 

Virginia Harrison 
Margaret Neracher 
Ruth Perkins 
Sylvia Tilney 



Fanny Curtis 
Betty Klinefelter 
Helen Teagle 



CLASS SUPPER 
Esther Ogden, Chairman 

Margaret Kremers 
Margaret Barclay 
Haideen Henderson 



1930 



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To 1931 



We are living in a legend 

Past the gates, behind the old 

High walls that in their days 

Have heard a thousand varied stories told. 



We have carried on the legend 

Sung our songs to you and passed 

Our duties down to you 

And given you our pins to wear at last. 



And now we leave the legend, 
Leave the student life, the gay 
Tradition of old years at Smith 
For you to carry on another way 



F. E. R. 




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Special Honors Students 

1931 



Dorothy Adams 
Alice Barry 
Jean Campbell 
Dorcas Carland 
Mary Chase 
Ruth Chinitz 
Myra Coffin 
Helen C. Dawe 
Eleanor Dickey 
Sylvia D'lucasch 
Lillian Freeman 
Cornelia Heile 
Dorothy Kelley 



Helen Kirkpatrick 
{Catherine Lackey 
Harriet Loutrel 
Mary Mattison 
Elizabeth Olmsted 
Jeanne Parker 
Elizabeth Perkins 
Ruth Scannell 
Dorothy Spencer 
Janice Tarlin 
Frances Tepper 
Jessie Tierney 
Mary Williams 



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To 1932 

What have you learned, and what have you forgotten, 
What have you done, and what is your set task? 
Have you an aim, — or are you disillusioned? 
We, as older sisters have a right to ask. 



We're confident that we have been examples 
Which you in years to come will still revere, 
That what you make of college in the future 
Will be due to our great inspiration here. 



We like to contemplate the years before you 

Knowing what a satisfaction they will be, 

And in parting, would just leave you this suggestion, 

That afternoon's a pleasant time for tea. F. E. R. 




Elizabeth Cobb President 

Elizabeth French Vice-President 

Margaret Scott Treasurer 

Ruth Gould Secretary 



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You were a source of wonderment for us; 
We spent our days in constant speculation — 
Too frivolous, perhaps, too unimpressed? 
These worries caused us endless consternation. 



Oh, we applauded when you gained your point, 
Or made a team, or brought us commendation. 
You were the solace of our heavier moods, 
You were the death of serious contemplation. 



Perhaps you wondered why we smiled so sadly. 
The time has come to tell the candid truth: 
It isn't that we think you need us badly, 
But only that we envy you your youth. 



F. E. R. 




Jean Armstrong ............ President 

Edith Eustis Vice-President 

Gertrude Olsen Secretary 

Jinnet Seaver Treasurer 



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Student Council 

Penelope Crane, 1930, President 

Alice Davis, 1930 ........ Chairman of Judicial Board 

Mary Eaton, 1930 President of House of Representatives 

Elizabeth Wright, 1930 ....... President of S. C. A. C. W. 

Katrina Cooley, 1930 ......... President of Class 

*Emily White, 1930 .......... Class Representative 

Grace Cheney, 1930 .......... Class Representative 

Fanny Curtis, 1930 .......... Class Representative 

Helen Ward, 1931 . . . . . . . . . . President of Class 

Helen Kirkpatrick, 1931 Class Representative 

Martha Stanley, 1931 Class Representative 

Elizabeth Cobb, 1932 President of Class 

Carolyn Sherwood, 1932 ......... Class Representative 

Jean Armstrong, 1933 President of Class 

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Judicial Board 

Alice Davis, 1930, Chairman 

Penelope Crane, 1930 ....... President of Student Council 

Mary Eaton, 1930 ...... President of House of Representatives 

Emeline Shaffer, 1930 ..... Member from House of Representatives 

Janet Gordon, 1930 .......... Class Representative 

Harriet Loutrel, 1931 ......... Class Representative 

Carolyn Chase, 1932 Class Representative 

Jean Babcock, 1933 .......... Class Representative 



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Mary Eaton, 1930 
Emeline Shaffer, 1930 
Patricia Goodwillie, 1930 



House of Representatives 

OFFICERS 
Judicial 



President 

Board Representative 

Secretary 



Elizabeth Berry 
Helen Bisbing 
Elizabeth Campbell 
Virginia Cherry 
Virginia Crane 
Anna Dabney 
Dorothea Daley 
Constance Davison 
Helen Depue 
Dorothy Dickinson 
Eunice Dissette 
Mary Eaton 
Alice Fryberger 

May Ackerman 
Dorothy Adams 
Jean Campbell 
Ruth Collier 
Doris Creighton 
Virginia Danson 
Barbara Dean 
Jean Downing 

Elizabeth Bell 



Margaret Carver 



MEMBERS 
1930 
Sarah Furst 
Arline Genthner 
Patricia Goodwillie 
Margaret Green 
Christine Hammond 
Jeannette Harris 
Adelaide Hayes 
Dorothy Hayes 
Betty Jane Hellebush 
Haideen Henderson 
Catherine Huber 
Barbara Judkins 
Gretchen Kaffenburgh 

1931 
Elizabeth Jones 
Charlotte Kidd 
Martha Knapp 
Margaret Lane 
Katherine Lannin 
Frances Lynch 
Gladys Mase 
Nancy McKeen 



Mildred Kaufman 
Helen Kelly 
Cicely Kershaw 

MaRTORIE KoBLITZ 

Alice Koogle 
Hildegard Kramme 
Dorothy Marble 
Mary Mason 
Elizabeth Merriman 
Alida Milliken 
Elizabeth Olney 
Mary Parker 
Ruth Perkins 

Katherine Miller 
Elisabeth Neebe 
Elizabeth Olmsted 
Elizabeth Paffard 
Jeanne Parker 
Margaret Parrish 
Marjorie Plumb 
Virginia Rowland 



1932 



Eileen Creevey 



Eleanor Eaton 
Harriet Weller 
1933 
Margaret Conklin Elizabeth Kopf 



Arlene Phillips 
Helen Ramsey 
Martha Richly 
Katherine Riley 
Anne Robinson 
Alice Rugen 
Eileen Selkirk 
Emeline Shaffer 
Sylvea Shapleigh 
Jane Stewart 
Ella-Kate Wemple 
Thelma Woltman 
Alys Wright 

Janet Russell 
Alice Rust 
Louise Stoffregen 
Elizabeth Thomson 
Sybel Thorn e 
Alice Walker 
Helen Ward 



Dorothy Fabian 



Mary Ann May 



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OFFICERS 

Elizabeth Wright, 1930 ........... President 

Barbara Hall, 1930 ........... Vice-President 

Caroline Woodhull, 1931 Treasurer 

Elizabeth French, 1932 ........... Secretary 



CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS 



Emmy Lou Culbertson, 1930 
Helen Fiske, 1930 . 
Barbara Hall, 1930 . 
Adelaide FIayes, 1930 
Barbara Judkins, 1930 
Helen Kirkpatrick, 1931 
Lorna Macdonnell, 1931 
Esther Ogden, 1930 . 
Sarah Prescott, 1930 
Martha Stanley, 1931 
Helen Teagle, 1930 . 

TsOGHIK ZaRIFIAN, I93O 



Institute 
World Fellowship 
Worship 
Publicity 
Social Wor\ 
Church Cooperation 
. Social Activities 
Conferences 
Speakers 
Student-Industrial 
Student Member of Advisory Board 
Representative Cosmopolitan Club 



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1930 


1931 


1932 


Esther Ogden 


Elizabeth Paffard 


Eileen O'Daniel 


TSOGHIK ZARIFIAN 


Lois Sweet 


Margaret Scott 




Caroline Woodhull 


Kathleen Forler 



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Vocational Guidance Committee 



A. Adelaide Hayes 

E. Haideen Henderson 



Helen Teagle, Chairman 



Caroline Corbett 
Janet Gordon 



Ruth Berliss 
Rosemary Denniston 
Evelyn Causey 
Lucia Woodworth 
Betsy Knapp 
Celia Long 
Virginia Eyerly 
Adele Urbach 
Eleanor Barry 
Jeanne Wilmarth 
Abigail Lee 
Elizabeth French 
Elizabeth Bell 



CONSULTANTS 

Mary Thompson 
Shirley Swift 
Betty Bell 
Carolyn Goodwin 
Florence Roberts 
Barbara Best 
[Catherine Young 
Barbara Beck 
Charlotte Cabot 
Athalia Ogden 
Helena Lennards 
Ariel Davis 
Harriet Gibbs 
Katherine Merrill 



Patricia Fowler 
Julia Brodt 
Agnes McLean 
Eleanor Billings 
Anne Clark 
Mary Kimball 
Evelyn Ames 
Margaret Brewster 
Carolyn Hine 
Laura Bent 
aurelia plumly 
Margaret Eliason 
Lida Whitmore 



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Curriculum Committee 



Anne Robinson, 1930, Chairman 





1930 




Cordelia Dumaine 


Betty Klinefelter 
1931 


Vera Mintz 


Sylvia D'lugasch 


LoRNA MACDONNELL 

1932 


Caroline Woodh 


Dorothy Culp 


K. L. Stapleton 


Ruth Thompson 



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Student Advisors Committee 



Katherine Sanders, Chairman 



Ann Hamilton, 1930 
Katherine Park, 1931 

K.ATHERINE RlLEY, I93O 



Dorothy Shore, 1932 
Margaret Smith, 1932 
Martha Stanley, 1931 



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Debating Council 

Elizabeth Kingsbury, 1930 President 

Florence De Haas, 1931 . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary 

Jane Heap, 1930 Treasurer 

Sylvia Cohen, 1930 Coach 

Leonora Cohen, 1930 ........ Chairman of Publicity 

Gernda von Briesen, 1932 Chairman of Entertainment 

PRINCETON-SMITH DEBATE 

December 4th, 1929 

Sylvia Cohen, 1930 Helen Kirkpatrick, 1931 

Elizabeth Kingsbury, 1930 Gernda von Briesen, 1932 

CONNECTICUT-SMITH DEBATE 
March 1st, 1930 
Florence De Haas, 1931 Charlotte Cabot, 1932 

COLUMBIA-SMITH DEBATE 

April nth, 1930 

Sylvia Cohen, 1930 Elizabeth Kingsbury, 1930 

DARTMOUTH-SMITH DEBATE 
April 19th, 1930 

Jane Heap, 1930 Leonora Cohen, 1930 

Julia Heiman, 1932 Helen Kirkpatrick, 1931 



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Phi Beta Kappa 



Elizabeth Cady 



Elsie Altfeld 
Helen Barthel 
Gladys Bolton 
Mildred Brown 
Annie Browning 
Dorothy Buchanan 
Mary Buell 
Adelaide Bull 
Naneen Burnap 
Leonora Cohen 
Jocelyn Crane 
Fanny Curtis 
Martha Denny 
Rita De Voe 



MEMBERS IN 1930 
Elected junior Year 

Elected Senior Year 

Helen Donker 
Myra Ferguson 
Virginia Fowler 
Margaret Goodlatte 
Effie Heald 
Jane Heap 

Betty Jane Hellebush 
Beatrice Howell 
Ruth Hunt 
Beatrice Jackson 
Alleen Kelly 
Evelyn Kelly 
Elizabeth Kingsbury 
Irene Koerber 



Marjokie Lawson 



Rachel Neely 
Florence Northrop 
Marian Ofner 
Mary Osborn 
Carol Riegelman 
Sally Simons 
Jane Stewart 
Fanny Unger 
Hannah Unterman 
Dorothy Welles 
Ella-Kate Wemple 
Elizabeth Wheeler 

TSOGHIK ZaRIFIAN 



Elizabeth Perkins 



MEMBERS IN 1931 



Mary Louise Williams 



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First Semester 



President 
Vice-President 
Senior Executive 
Junior Executive 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Anne Andrew 
Mary Board 
concetta ronomo 
Elizabeth Boies 
Myrtle Brady 
Dorothy Buchanan 
Ann Hamilton 
Ruth Hill 

Evelyn Boardman 
Ruth Chinitz 
Myra Coffin 
Sylvia D'lugasch 

Ruth Brank 
Eileen O'Daniel 



Alpha 

OFFICERS 

. Ruth Hill 
Frances Robinson 

Anne Andrew 
Sylvia D'lugasch 

Grace Parker 
Dorothy Kelley 

MEMBERS 

1930 
Ottilie Hutchinson 
Margaret Johnson 
Aeleen Kelly 
Margaret Kremers 
Florence Lamar 
Vera Mintz 
Helen Noyes 
Mary Parker 

1931 
Isadore Hatch 
Esther Jones 
Dorothy Kelley 
Martha Knapp 

1932 
Ann Parker 



Second Semester 
Anne Robinson 
Isabel Stearns 
Sarah Prescott 
Esther Jones 
Mary Williams 
Katharine Stapleton 



Sarah Prescott 
Edda Renouf 
Anne Robinson 
Frances Robinson 
Alice Rugen 
Elizabeth Shaw 
Helen Teagle 
Betsey Tilden 

Grace Parker 
Isabel Stearns 
Mary Williams 
Anne Woodcock 

Elizabeth Parker 
Katharine Stapleton 



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Phi Kappa Psi 



First Semester 



President 
Vice-President 
Senior Executive 
Junior Executive 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

. Ella Hume 
Sallie Simons 

AlLENE SLOCOVITCH 

. Mary Chase 

. Martha Stanley 

. Mary Nixon 



Eleanor Atterbury 
Katrina Cooley 
Priscilla Fairchild 
Virginia Gerould 
Barbara Hall 
Nancy Hamilton 
Christine Hammond 
Jeannette Harris 

Martha Blake 
Mary Chase 
Gertrude Droshnicop 
Harriet Gilfillan 
Elilie Heilprin 

Rosemary Denniston 
Julia Heiman 



MEMBERS 

1930 
Catherine Heald 
Catherine Huber 
Ella Hume 
Marian Martin 
Mary Nixon 
June Offinger 
Nancy Parker 
Mary Peterson 

1931 
Mary Elizabeth Jones 
Katherine Lackey 
Lorna Macdonnell 
Elizabeth Neebe 
Elizabeth Perkins 

1932 
Eloise Johnson 



Second Semester 
Mary Nixon 
Mary Chase 



Eloise Johnson 
Lorna Macdonnell 



Katharine Riley 
Katharine Sanders 
Sallie Simons 
Ailene Slocovitch 
Jane Stewart 
Lucia Weimer 
Elizabeth Wheeler 
Hermion Wheaton 

Marian Rice 
Martha Stanley 
Frances van Marle 



Elaine Towne 
Aline Wechsler 



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OFFICERS 











MEMBERS 

1930 




Helen Black 


Dorothy Griffiths 
1931 


Catherine Heald 


Isabella Athey 


Grace Laub 


Katherine Sears 


Charlotte De Witt 


Grace Mitchell 
Virginia Rowland 

1932 


Isabel Stearns 


May Kenig 
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Graduate Student 
Dorothy Rhoades 


Helen Simpson 

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OFFICERS 



Claire Riley . . 
Katharine Sears 



President 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Marjorie Ames 
Helen Black 
Dorothy Griffiths 
Marion Hockridge 



Helen Dawe 
Hope Dudgeon 
Mary Harrop 
Doris Humphrey 
Margaret Jess 



Helena Leonards 



MEMBERS 

1930 



1931 



1932 

Graduate Student 
Dorothy Rhoades 



Margaret Kiernan 
Ann Marsh 
Claire Riley 
Helen Sanderson 



Lorna Macdonnell 
Helen Merritt 
Elizabeth Perkins 
Grace Ridgeley 
Katharine Sears 



Mary Louise Walsh 



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Evelyn Robert, 1930 
Claire Thomas, 1930 
Elizabeth Cobb, 1932 
Frances Hinckley, 1 

Martha Benedict 
Frances Benson 
Helen Bisbing 
Helen Black 
Isabel Blandford 
concetta bonomo 
Dorothy Brooks 
Ruth Burford 
Naneen Burnap 
Alice Carson 
Grace Cheney 
Leonora Cohen 
Fanny Curtis 
Frances Doolittle 

Barbara Chandler 
Helen Connolly 
Barbara Dean 

Barbara Best 



Florence Bragdon 
Ellen Day 
Dora Donaldson 



931 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



Class 
Jean Elcas 
Jane P. Fowler 
Margaret Goodlatte 
Suzanne Greist 
Adelaide Hall 
Nancy Hamilton 
Sarah Harrison 
Marion Hockridge 
Lois Hoover 
Beatrice Howell 
Coral St. Jacques 
Selma Jones 
Allefn Kelly 
Betty Klinefelter 

Class 
Harriet Loutrel 
Eleanor Mathesius 
Mary Mattison 

Class 
Helen Davis 
VIiriam Emerson 



of 1930 
Margaret Kremers 
Marjorie Lawson 
Esther Leavitt 
Mary Libby 
Elinor Lusk 
Janet Mahony 
Frances Manley 
Marion Martin 
Rachel Neely 
Katherine Newell 
Florence Northrop 
Htlen Noyes 
Sally' O'Brien 
Mary Osborn 
of 1931 
Margaret Moss 
Katherine Scranton 
Leila Sebring 
of 1932 
Ruth Karpinski 
Ann Parker 

Juniors in Prance who arc already Members of the 
Mildred Durand Louise Pendry - 

Jane Kidston Louise Ramsayer 

Jane McKelvey Edith Reich 

Graduate Student 
Irene Daignault 



Barbara Pate 
Frances Perry 
Eleanor Reed 
Edda Renouf 
Carol Ri eg elm an 
Martha Richey 
Si lma Rosenthal 
Mildred Rubin 
Brooksie Smith 
Elena Sbrega 
Ethel Strock 
Fanny Unger 
Mary Young 
Tsoghik Zarifian 

Helen Talbot 
Anna Woodcock 



Alicia Skinner 

Club 
Virginia Scott 
Jean Watts 



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OFFICERS 




HlLDEGARD K.RAMME .... 




President 


Barbara Banning .... 




Secretary 


Janice Katz ..... 


MEMBERS 
1930 


Treasurer 


Barbara Banning 




Marjorie Lawson 


Gketchen Behrincer 




Norma Leas 


Esther Glanz 




Agnes Lyall 


Ruth Griffenhagen 




Mary MacLean 


Jane Heap 




Gertrude Salaway 


Regina Held 




Sylvea Shapleigh 


Betty Jane Hellebush 


Barbara Son 


Hildegard Kramme 


1931 


Gertrude Kopp 


Ruth Alpert 




Janice Katz 


Betty Baum 




Eleanor Mathesius 


Marjorie Goldstein 




Elizabeth Neebe 


Louise Graupner 




Ruth Perry 


Bernadette Hugo 


1932 


Irma Visscher 


Pauline Baerwald 




Nina Lowenstein 


Muriel Fleischman 
1 


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OFFICERS 

Beatrice Jackson President 

Claire Thomas Vice-President 

{Catherine Parker Secretary 

Barbara Hawes ............. Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

1930 

Dorothea Bolton Beatrice Jackson 

Helen Dickerman Mary MacLean 

Mae Frankel Florence Meeker 

Patricia Goodwillie Helen Norton 

Adelaide Hall Rachel Perry 

Virginia Harrison Claire Thomas 
Elizabeth Hellebush 

1931 

Elizabeth Barry Elizabeth Paffard 

Helen Connolly Katherine Parker 

Charlotte Kidd Katherine Scranton 

Jane Kidston Elizabeth Ryder 

Frances Lo Bello Mary Walcott 

Mary Mattison Elizabeth Wheeler 
Phoebe Nichols 

1932 

Barbara Hawes Elizabeth Parker 

Frances Lovering Randall Williams 



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OFFICERS 

Margaret Hankins President 

Elise Hoster Vice-President 

Cornelia Heile Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

1930 

Elsie Altfeld Helen Kelly 

Katherine Avery Rachel Neely 

Barbara Banning Nancy Parker 

Helen Brown Jane Penny 

Silvia Goldman Frances True 
Elise Hoster 

1931 

Martha Bloom Carolyn Newcomb 

Mary Dorr Elizabeth Rogers 

Margaret Hankins Jane Rush 

Jane Hawkes Ruth Scannell 

Cornelia Heile Esther Tow 

1932 

Lillian Balboni Virginia Duvis 

Eileen Creevy Shirley Swift 



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OFFICERS 

Vera Mintz • • President 

Lucy Groat Secretary 

Marjorie Plumb Treasurer 

Edwina Macomber Historian 

MEMBERS 

1930 

Gladys Bolton Vera Mintz 

Adelaide Bull Augusta Morse 

Frances Dowie Rosamund Peirce 

Lucy Groat Helen Price 

Irene Koerber Udell Redmond 

Marjorie Lawson Eva Sisson 

Edwina Macomber Elizabeth Whittemore 

1931 

Dorothy Adams Elizabeth Neebe 

Catherine Crook Marjorie Plumb 

Charlotte De Witt Helen Potter 

Jennette Hitchcock Marjorie Smith 

Frances Lynch Bertha Stearns 

Pauline Moor Louise Swain 
Jane Worcester 

Graduate Student 
Helen Wright 



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TELESCOPlOn 






OFFICERS 



Emmy Lou Culbertson 
Carol Smith 



President 
Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS 
1930 

Helen Barthel 
Mildred Brown 
Emmy Lou Culbertson 
Helen Dickerman 
Alma Dunning 

Alice Eberly 



1931 



Elizabeth Bunce 
Mary Folsom 
Betty Fowler 
Helen Lee 



Margaret Holmes 



1932 



Ele\nor Watters 



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Suzanne Greist 
Augusta Morse 
Rachel Neeley 
Betty Olney 
isabelle stebbins 



Norma Lies 
Virginia Rowland 
Carol Smith 
Virginia Wing 



Margaret McIntosh 







OFFICERS 























MEMBERS 

1930 




Mildred Brown 




Edwina Macomber 


Adelaide Bull 




Vera Mintz 


Elizabeth Cady 




Augusta Morse 


Alice Davis 




Marian Ofner 


Lucy Groat 




Eva Sisson 


Dorothy Hayes 


1931 


Elizabeth Whittemore 


Barbara Bennett 




Helen Porter 


Catherine Cook 




Miriam Schwinn 


Catherine Crook 




Bertha Stearns 


Ethel Farrington 




Louise Swain 


Grace Mitchell 




Frances Tepper 


Grace Parker 




Elizabeth Wales 


Elizabeth Perkins 


Virginia Wing 
1932 


Emily Williams 


Harriet Carlsen 




Barbara Giles 


Eleanor Eaton 




Eleanor Reid 


Doris Eddy 




Jeanne Ward 


Marie Elmer 


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Elizabeth Young 





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OFFICERS 

Irene Koerber President 

Mary Salmon Secretary 

Miriam Schwinn Treasurer 

MEMBERS 
1930 

Ruth Belden Eleanor Hicken 

Gladys Bolton Edith Kline 

Frances Dowie Irene Koerber 

Harriet Geer Harriet Pickens 

Julia Gieschi Mary Salmon 

Fanny Uncer 

1931 

Evelyn Boardman Winifred Randall 

Jennette Hitchcock Miriam Schwinn 

Eleanor Mathesius Ann Sutton 

Elva Minuse Charlotte Woodruff 
Jane Worcester 





OFFICERS 

Jocelyn Crane President 

Elizabeth Copeland Vice-President 

Elizabeth Blossom Treasurer 

Virginia Fowler Secretary 

MEMBERS 
1930 

Elizabeth Blossom Eleanor Hicken Mildred Kaufman 

Mary Bradley Martha Denny Elizabeth Kingsbury 

Zyra Brody Stella Eskin Edith Kline 

Elizabeth Copeland Ruth Farrington Margaret Mount 

Jocelyn Crane Virginia Fowler Frances Porch 

Dorothy Davis Harriet Gear Mary Salmon 

Constance Davison Julia Gieschi Elizabeth Temple 

Janet Gordon Frances True 

1931 

Elizabeth Belden Jennette Hitchcock Lisette Perronius 

Laura Bent Myra Johnson Mary Ruby 

Esther Brewer Harriet Jones Miriam Schwinn 

Hilah Bryan Phoebe Jordan Carol Smith 

Doris Creighton Katherine Kelsey Isabel Stearns 

Mary Davis Harriet Loutrel Eleanor Weeks 

Dorothy Dreikam Mabelita McLane Mary Youngman 

Evelyn Goodale Elizabeth Paffard Sarah Youngman 

Graduate Students 

Loretta Donovan Mary Steele Helen Cheney 



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OFFICERS 

Ella-Kate Wemple President 

Marjorie Best Treasurer 

Elizabeth Merriman Secretary 

MEMBERS 

1930 
Marjorie Best Martha Dewey 

Jocelyn Crane Virginia Kirk 

Constance Davison Elizabeth Merriman 

Ella Kate Wemple 

1931 
Betty Baum Helen Hunt 

Martha Blake Elizabeth Olmsted 

1932 
Eleanor Salmon 

Graduate Student 
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OFFICERS 



Alice Palmer 
Marian Ofner 



President 
Secretary-Treasurer 





MEMBERS 






1930 




Susan Albright 




Marian Ofner 


Elsie Altfeld 




Elizabeth Olney 


Marjorie Bache 




Alice Palmer 


Mildred Brown 




Paula Patch 


A. E. Browning 




Isabel Phillips 


Christine Hammond 




Doris Reynolds 


Katherine Klein 




Helen Sanderson 


Marjorie Koblitz 




Phyllis Strong 


Gertrude Kopp 




Marjorie Tyler 


Minnie Lesnow 




Charlotte Weil 


Elizabeth Myers 


1931 


Julia Wilcox 


Dorcas Carland 




Margaret Moss 


Helen Dawe 




Jeanne Parker 


Eleanor Jack 




Clara Taft 


Mary Nancy McKeen 
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Graduate Student 
Elsa Siipola 


Mary Vette 

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OFFICERS 

Cicely Kershaw President 

Gwendolyn Grant Vice-President 

M. M. Howell Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 



Elizabeth Atkins 
Barbara Banning 
Isabel Beer 
Christine Chace 
Mary Clough 
Nancy Dabney 
Jane Deal 
Caroline Dunbar 
Jeanne Gephart 
Sylvia Goldman 
Gwendolyn Grant 
Elizabeth Grim 
Rosalie Hammond 
Natalie Hencken 
M. M. Howell 
Elizabeth Howland 
Ruth Hunt 



Dorothy Jordan 
Gretchen Kaffenburgh 
Cicely Kershaw 
Helen Knox 
Marjorie Koblitz 
Louise Loewe 
Rebecca Martin 
Mary Mason 
Alice O'Connor 
Jane Revere 
Elizabeth Roberts 
Charlotte Rutty 
Elizabeth Temple 
Doris Weaver 
Charlotte Weil 
Claire Wolff 



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OFFICERS 




















Vice-President 


Mary Barker .... 






Secretary 


TSOGHIK ZARIFIAN 


MEMBERS 

1930 




Treasurer 


Mary Barker 




Elise Hoster 




Elizabeth Cady 




Clara Johnson 




Leonora Cohen 




Selma Jones 




Sylvia Cohen 




Sallie Simons 




Frances Doolittle 




Jane Stewart 




Jane Heap 


1931 


TsOGHIK ZARIFIAN 




Elizabeth Cross 




Eileen Rafferty 




Helen Kirkpatrick 




Isabel Stearns 




Marion Lissberger 
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OFFICERS 

Leonora Cohen President 

Ruth Berliss Vice-President and Treasurer 

Martha Stanley Secretary 

Faculty Advisors 

Mr. Arvin Mr. Faulkner Mr. Orton 

Mr. Curti Mr. Harlow 

MEMBERS 

1930 

Leonora Cohen Esther Glanz Florence Northrop 

Sylvia Cohen Elizabeth Kingsbury Evelyn Robert 

Frances Doolittle Gertrude Kopp Selma Rosenthal 

Stella Eskin Elizabeth Merriman Mildred Rubin 

Charlotte Fowler Fanny Uncer 

1931 

Dorcas Carland Lillian Freeman Sylvia Lazarus 

Florence De Haas Janice Katz Hilda Levine 

Eleanor Dickey Selma Katz Martha Stanley 

Helen Lasker 

1932 

Ruth Berliss Helen Greeff Lillian Schoenbrun 

Barbara Best Julia Heiman Emily Weidman 

Evelyn Desha Hazel Katz Naomi Weinberg 

Eileen O'Daniel 



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Miss Katherine L. Richards 



Executive Committee 



Esther Ogden 



Stella Eskin 



Foreign Members 

Doretea Barnes (Spain) 
Ging San Chu (China) 
Joan Dick (Canada) 
Stella Eskin (Russia) 
Molly Harrower (England) 
Hildegarde Kolbe (Germany) 
Paule Lantoin (France) 
Hilde Lyncker (Germany) 
Daisy Mattei (Porto-Rico) 
Vera Mintz (Russia) 
Helen Nebolsine (Russia) 
Katina Papadopoulou (Turkey) 
Franca van Marle (Holland) 
Alice White (Canada) 
Tsoghik Zarifian (Armenia) 



American Members 

Emma Brown 
Jean Campbell 
Sylvia Cohen 
Fanny Curtis 
Constance Davison 
Mary Eaton 
Helen Fiske 
Hazel Katz 
Katherine Lilly 
Melva Lind 
Eileen O'Daniel 
Esther Ogden 
Harriet Pickens 
Katherine Riley 
Helen Teagle 
Elizabeth Wright 



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OFFICERS 

Martha Sidway President 

Miss Holden ............ Vice-President 

Emmy Lou Culbertson ..... Chairman of the Program Committee 

Marian Rice Treasurer 

Eileen O'Daniel . Secretary 

MEMBERS 
1930 

Eleanor Atterbury Margaret Green Alida Milliken 

Alice Carson Virginia Harrison Marion Nixon 

Eunice Campbell Sarah Harrison Esther Ogden 

Christine Chase Elizabeth Hamlin Carol Riegelman 

Grace Cheney Adelaide Hayes Emeline Shaffer 

Elizabeth Cox Barbara Judkins Martha Sidway 

Emmy Lou Culbertson Janet Kates Ailene Slocovich 

Fanny Curtis Cicely Kershaw Jean Smart 

Mary Eaton Elizabeth Kingsbury Barbara Son 

Stella Eskin Janet Mahony Helen Teagle 

Helen Fiske Mary McLean Claire Thomas 

1931 

Elizabeth Bunce Cornelia Heile Louise Stoffregen 

Eleanor Cross Mary Mattison Martha Stanley 

Esther Glauz Elizabeth Paffard Caroline Woodhull 

Marion Rice 
1932 

Barbara Best Eleanor Lamont Margaret Scott 

Hazel Katz Elizabeth MacLenathen Ruth Thompson 

Eileen O'Daniel 



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OFFICERS 









Charlotte Kidd . 




Secretary 




MEMBERS 
1930 




Mary Board 


Virginia Gerould 


Sally Prescott 


CONCETTA BONOMO 


Margaret Kremers 


Katherine Saunders 


Velma Clement 


Ann Marsh 


Marjorie Selig 


Cecile Freiberg 


Eugenia Mewborn 


Janet Sternberg 


Alice Fryberger 


Vera Mintz 
Nancy Parker 

1931 


Pauline Ward 


Evelyn Boardman 


Katharine Daniels 


Grace Parker 


Charlotte Kidd 


Ruth Mitchell 

Special Student 
Edith Proce 





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OFFICERS 

Lois Hoover, 1930 President 

Carol Riegelman, 1930 . Curator 

Christine Chace, 1930 Secretary-treasurer 





MEMBERS 




1930 




1931 


Katrina Cooley 




Joy Kimball 


Fanny Curtis 




Harriet Loutrel 


Mary Nixon 




Katherine Park 


Katharine Sanders 




Martha Stanley 


Marion Scranton 




Caroline Woodhull 


Emeline Shaffer 






Emily White 







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OFFICERS 









President 








Secretary 




MEMBERS 






1931 






Mary Chase 




Martha Knapp 




Harriet Gilfillan 




Katherine Lackey 




Dorothy Kelley 




Elizabeth Perkins 





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OFFICER 
Sallie Simons President 



MEMBERS 



Anne Andrew 
Nancy Parker 
Anne Robinson 



Elizabeth Shaw 
Sallie Simons 
Martha Wood 



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OFFICERS 

Jeannette Harris President 

Margaret Riggs Program Chairman 

Mary Louise Williams Secretary-Treasurer 

Active Members Associate Members 

1930 Esther Beard G.S. 

Margaret Farrington Dorothy Beeley G.S. 

Jeannette Harris Dorothy Fay G.S. 
Margaret Riggs 
Rita de Voe 1930 

Ruth Hill 
1931 Mary Parker 

Mary Louise Williams 



1930 



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Ruth Belden 
Esther Chilson 
Dorothea Daly 



Ethel Astmann 
Lucille Fine 
Esther Jones 
Mildred Kroli. 



Mary Byrne 
Marion Emerson 
Flora Erikson 



Susanna Bennett 
Dorothy Council 
Irene Dakin 
Dorothy Frandsen 
Jacqueline Griffiths 
Mary Harlow 
Nellie Harrington 




MEMBERS 

1930 
Dorothy Deane 
Norma Leas 
Helen Price 

1931 
Mable La Montagne 
Frances Lo Bello 
Marjorie Plumb 

1932 
Carolyn Goodwin 
Dora Heon 
Miriam Levin 

1933 
Rhea Hebert 
Florence Henry 
Virginia Koerber 
Roslyn La Montagne 
Daisy Mattei 
Edna Morris 
Helen O'Brien 



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Evelyn Robert 
Coral St. Jacques 



Hulda Rees 
Ruth Scannell 
Ruth Warner 
Dorothy Whitney 



Priscilla Richards 
Louise Warner 
Eleanor Warnock 



Eleanor O'Connor 
Margaret Pease 
Gertrude Purseglove 
Mary Titus 
Margaret Wade 
Mae Zakszewski 
Elizabeth Zschiesche 



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Granddaughters in the Class of 1930 



Susan Albright 
Mary Alexander 
Mary Barker 
Frances Bascom 
Martha Benedict 
Marjorie Best 
Mary Bradley 
Dorothy Brooks 
Elizabeth Campbell 
Christine Chace 
Grace Cheney 
Mary Clough 
Elizabeth Copeland 
Eleanor Dodge 
Alma Dunning 
Ruth Farrington 



Clarissa Fisk 
Janet Gordon 
Ruth Griffenhagen 
Adelaide Hall 
Ruth Hill 
Beatrice Howell 
Elizabeth Howland 
Jane Loomis 
Helen MacKenzie 
Eugenia Mewborn 
Alida Milliken 
Elinor Morris 
Rachel Neely 
Katharine Newell 
Nancy Parker 
Paula Patch 



Nathalie Penrose 
Frances Perry 
Elsie Phares 
Eleanor Pier 
Carol Riegelman 
Lydia Ross 
Elizabeth Sherman 
Jane Stewart 
Helen Teagle 
Dorothy Walker 
Emily White 
Charlotte Wickwire 

ex- 1930 
Susan Hopkins 



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Athletic Association Board 



OFFICERS 



{•Catherine Park, 1931 . President 
Fanny Curtis, 1930 Vice-President 



Margaret Adams, 1932 . Secretary 
Eleanor Eaton, 1932 . Treasurer 



BOARD MEMBERS 



Ellen Batchelor, 1930 
Barbara Bennett, 1931 
Harriet Pickens, 1930 
Rebecca Howells, 1930 
Eileen Selkirk, 1930 
Ann Parker, 1932 . 
Alice Walker, 1931 . 
Helen Brown, 1930 
Elizabeth Belden, 1931 
Dorothy Dickinson, 1930 
Jane Stewart, 1930 . 
Lorna Macdonnell, 1931 
Alice Dunning, 1931 
Marian McInnis, 1931 
Virginia Rugh, 1932 
Grace Parker, 1931 . 



Archery 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Bowling 

. Crew 

Dancing 

Hoc\ey 

Outing Club 

Riding 

Soccer 

Swimming 

Tennis 

. Trac\ 

Boat House Manager 

Assistant Manager 

Publicity 



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Outing Club 



Helen Brown Chairman 



Ruth Belden 
Helen Thacher 



Margaret Adams 



Lilian Balboni 
Barbara Beck 
Jean Fischer 



1930 

Gretchen Behrincer 

1931 

Mary Parke 

1932 

Dorothy Reynolds 



Mildred Brown 
Eugenia Wade 



Elizabeth Belden 



Margaret Holmes 
Betsy Knapp 
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"S" Pins 



1930 



Penelope Crane 
Shirley Eddy 



Harriet Pickens 
Emeline Shaffer 



Awarded in 1929 
Fanny Curtis Janet Mahony 



1931 



LORNA MACDONNELL 



Katherine Park 



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Smith Blazers 

1930 
Margaret Barclay 
Fanny Curtis 
Janet Mahony 
Harriet Pickens 
Emeline Shaffer 
Jane Stewart 

1931 
Katherine Park 



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All-Smith Hockey Team 

Margaret Barclay, 1930 
Harriette Barnard, 1932 
Fanny Curtis, 1930 
Marie Fensterer, 1931 
Janet Mahony, 1930 
Mary Mason, 1930 
Susan Miller, 1932 
Marion McInnes, 1931 
Emeline Shaffer, 1930 
Dorothy Shore, 1932 
Margaret Woods, 1932 



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Hockey Teams 




1930 TEAM 
Janet Mahony, Captain 
Margaret Barclay Sarah Furst 



Fanny Curtis 
Cordelia Dumaine 
Shirley Eddy 
Frances Furst 



Haideen Henderson 
Mary Mason 
Em i line Shaffer 
Rosamond Walden 



1931 TEAM 
Marion McInnes, Captain 

Katherine Daniels Margaret Moulding 

Marie Fensterer Elizabeth Peirce 

Katherine Kelsey Katherine Scovelle 

Katherine Lannin Alice Walker 

Mary Mattison Jean Wegener 




1932 TEAM 
Dorothy Shore, Captain 
Harriette Barnard Mary Mahony 
Lydia Chittenden 
Eleanor Eaton 
Susan Edwards 
Helen Frost 



Susan Miller 

VlRCINIA RUGH 

Elizabeth Underhill 
Margaret Woods 



1933 TEAM 
Katherine Wiener, Captain 



Nancy Boothby 
Margaret Edwards 
Edith Eustis 
Elizabeth Grant 
Kate Greene 



Marguerite Haynes 
Katherine Keenly 
Catherine Lewerth 
Eileen McGrath 
Eva Morrison 



Ruth Wood 






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All-Smith Soccer Team 



Esther Brewer, 1931 
Edith Cramer, 1932 
Dorothy Dickinson, 1930 
Marcia Estabrook, 1932 
Lorna Macdonnell, 1931 



Antoinette Ockert, 1930 
Elizabeth Olmsted, 1931 
Isabel Parker, 1932 
Carol Smith, 1931 
Ruth Watrous, 1930 



Charlotte Woodruff, 1931 



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Soccer Teams 




1930 TEAM 



Helen Brown 
Dorothy Dickinson 
Sylvia Goldman 
Adelaide Hall 
Mary Maude Howell Ruth Watrous 
Charlotte Weil 



Marjorii, Koblitz 
Antoinette Ockert 
R. Mary Parker 
Eileen Selkirk 



1931 TEAM 



Esther Brewer 
Eleanor Dickey 
Hope Dudgeon 
Phoebe Jordan 

lorna macdonnell 



Elizabeth Olmsted 
Katherine Park 
Harriet Pine 
Carol Smith 
Helen Ward 



Charlotte Woodruff 





1932 TEAM 



Lilian Balboni 
Barbara Beck 
Julia Bulman 
Edith Cramer 
Marcia Estabrook 
Lucia 



Jane Evans 

Muriel FitzGibbon 
Cecile Katz 
Eleanor Lamont 
Isabel Parker 
Woodworth 



1933 TEAM 



Jean Armstronc 
Jane Babcock 
Jean Babcock 
Frances Cobb 
Eleanor Eacan 



Lenore Goldman 
Margaret Gordon 
Barbara Howard 
Dorothy Moot 
Jean Rumsey 



Elizabeth Wilcox 




1930 



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All-Smith Basketball Team 

Lydia Chittenden, 1932 
Janice Currick, 1930 
Fanny Curtis, 1930 
Barbara Dean, 1931 
Shirley Eddy, 1930 
Marie Fensterer, 1931 
Janet Mahony, 1930 
Katherine Park, 1931 
Harriet Pickens, 1930 



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Basketball Teams 




1931 TEAM 
Barbara Dean, Captain 
Marie Fensterer Carol Smith 



Marion McInnes 
(Catherine Park 
Lucille Price 



Adeline Spielberg 
Sarah Thacher 
Charlotte Woodruie 




1933 TEAM 

Elinor Fosdick, Captain 

Jean Armstrong Catherine Lewerth 

Marjorie MacDonald 



Frances Beck 
Mary Brown 
Elizabeth Kopf 



Mary Payson 
{Catherine Wiener 



1930 TEAM 
Shirley Eddy, Captain 
Barbara Banninc Mary Mason 



Janice Currick 
Fanny Curtis 
Janet Mahony 



Harriet Pickens 
Dora Sanders 
Sally Simons 



1932 TEAM 

Eleanor Eaton, Captain 

Elizabeth Bell Aurelia Plumly 

Lydia Chittenden Virginia Rugii 

Ariel Davis Dorothy Shore 

Susan Edwards Frances Smith 



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All-Smith Swimming Team 

Margaret Adams, 1932 
Agnes Bercer, 1931 
Sylvia Goldman, 1930 
Adelaide Hall, 1930 
Edith Keeler, 1932 
Lorna Macdonnell, 1931 
Ruth Meany, 1932 
Frances Rich, 1931 
Jane Stewart, 1930 



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Swimming Teams 



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1930 

Adelaide Hall, Captain 

Elizabeth Bull Adelaide Hayes 

Elizabeth Copeland Ruth Hunt 
Sylvia Goldman Jane Stewart 

Suzanne Greist Pauline Ward 

Elizabeth Wright 



1931 

Frances Rich, Captain 

Barbara Bennett Mary Garrison 
Agnes Berger Lorna Macdonnell 

Barbara Chandler Mabelita McLane 
Mercedes Moore 





1933 

Elizabeth Reed, Captain 

Margaret Beach Rose Page 

Jane Ferris Sally Stewart 

Marguerite Holbrook Jean Woodman 



1932 

Isabelle Parker, Captain 

Margaret Adams Edith Keeler 

Marcella Breidster Ruth Meany 
Elizabeth French Mary Porter 
Marian Roberts 



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Life Guards 



Adelaide Hayes, Captain 

1930 
Barbara Banning 
Margaret Barclay 
Elizabeth Bull 
Elizabeth Copeland 
Fanny Curtis 
Shirley Eddy 

Elizabeth Wright 



Alice Fryberger 
Sylvia Goldman 
Suzanne Greist 
Adelaide Hayes 
Janet Mahony 
Helen Sanderson 



Elizabeth Adams 
Agnes Berger 
Roberta Connolley 
Helen Kirkpatrick 



1931 



Helen Ward 



Lorna Macdonnell 
Mabelita McLane 
Elizabeth Paffard 
Carol Smith 



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The Dance Group 



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

Ann Parker, 1932 Chairman 

{■Catherine Avery, 1930 ......... Assistant Chairman 



Katherine Avery 
Ruth Eicks 



Mary Elmer 
Louise Fentress 
Harriet Jones 

Doris Eddy 
Julia Heiman 
Marie Holslag 



1930 



Isabel Smith 



1931 



1932 



Eleanor Reed 
Martha Richey 



Dorothy Kelley 
Gladys Mase 
Katherine Parker 

Ann Parker 
Adele Urbach 
Eleanor Studley 



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Tennis 






SPRING, 1929 

All-Smith Team 

Katrina Cooley, 1930 
Fanny Curtis, 1930 
Katherine Park, 1931 
Louise Pendry, 1931 



Fanny Curtis 



1930 TEAM 

Katrina Cooley 
Margaret Barclay 



Janet Mahony 



Louise Pendry 



1931 TEAM 

Katherine Park 
Lorna Macdonnell 



Katherine Daniels 



Mary Watson 



1932 TEAM 

Margaret Adams 
Evelyn Ames 



Harriette Barnard 



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Archery 



ALL-SMITH ARCHERY TEAM 



1930 
Ellen Batchelor 
Helen Bisbing 
Ruth Ferris 



Ruth Ferris, 1930 
Ellen Batchelor, 1930 
Helen Bisbing, 1930 

1931 
Alice Farwell 
May Robinson 
Emily Williams 



1932 
Mary Frances Crosby 
Martha Dickinson 
Elizabeth Plummer 



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Crew 



SPRING, 1929 



1930 CREWS 



I 

Virginia Marshall, Cox 
Frances Herendeen, Strode 
Arline Genthner, Two 
Frances Hutchison, Three 
A. Jane Lowes, Bow 



III 

Brooksie Smith, Cox 
Arlene Phillips, Strode 
Ruth Eicks, Two 
Rosamond Walden, Three 
Margaret Taylor, Bow 



II 

Eileen Selkirk, Cox 
Elizabeth Hamlin, Strode 
Jane Heap, Two 
Mary Buell, Three 
Amelia Canning, Bow 



IV 

Elise Phares, Cox 
Sylvia Cohen, Stroke 
Margaret Mount, Two 
Jeannette Harris, Three 
Sylvia Goldman, Bow 



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Dramatic Association Council 

Nancy Hamilton, 1930 Producing Director 

Katherine Riley, 1930 Business Manager 

Emily White, 1930 Stage Manager 

Virginia Gerould, 1930 Chairman of Scenery 

Janet Sternberg, 1930 ........ Chairman of Costumes 

Marjorie Best, 1930 Chairman of Properties 

Helen Kelly, 1930 ......... Chairman of Lighting 

Mary Elizabeth Jonas, 1931 Chairman of Publicity 

Alice Fryberger, 1930 Chairman of Ma\e-up 

Myra Coffin, 1931 Chairman of Music 

Celeste Proctor, 1931 Secretary 



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Commencement Dramatics Committee 



Margaret Johnson 
Laurence Stapleton, 1932 
Eloise Johnson, 1932 
Emily White 
Adelaide Hayes 
Ellen Batchelor 
Alice Fryberger 
Concetta Bonomo 
Frances True . 



General Chairman 

. Assistant Chairman 

. Assistant Chairman 

. Stage Manager 

Business Manager 

Publicity 

Costumes and Ma\e-up 

Scenery 

. Properties 



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Dramatics 

Most, important of this year's events was the Fall production of the Dramatic Associa- 
tion, a revival of Strauss' operetta, "The Chocolate Soldier." Nancy Hamilton, as Lieuten- 
ant Bumerli, more than adequately proved that the director should be allowed to act, as 
well as direct, if she is Nancy Hamilton. E. J. Parker's singing as Nadina was a joy that 
will long be remembered; Eleanor Lamont as Alexius, Lois Hoover as Mascha, and Lorna 
Macdonnell as the mother, all contributed excellent performances. The verve and spirit 
of the chorus, the sets, skilfully executed by Virginia Gerould, and an especially lovely 
dance by Eleanor Atterbury and Esther Peck, resulted in a well rounded and delightful 
production. 

Workshop, in its Fall production, afforded the college an opportunity to see Lord 
Dunsany's allegory, "The Flight of the Queen," produced for the first time on any stage. 
The fact that Dunsany had not intended the play for actual production was, we take pride 
in saying, no deterrent to the ardor and industry of Mr. Eliot's students. The resultant 
ambitious attempt at staging was admirable in spirit, if not in form. Julia Heiman was 
excellent as the bero, and praise is also due the performance of Doris Freile as the Queen, 
and Gertrude Droshnicop as her hand-maid. 

This play was preceded by Maeterlinck's symbolic playlet, "The Intruder." Here, as 
elsewhere, Maeterlinck makes better reading than acting, but the production, although of 
necessity slow, was successful in capturing the haunting, dreamlike quality of the play 
itself. Much of this success should be attributed to the gray-toned lighting, the set, with 
its high arched window, and the effectiveness of a film of gauze hanging between audi- 
ence and actors. 

The customary performance of Miss Burnett's Dance Group was outstanding this 
year, and the mastery of individual technique shown by the dancers was extraordinary, 
considering the fact that they are able to devote only an hour a week to this work. Ann 
Parker's performance was particularly finished. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," with music 
by Dukas, was presented for the first time, a fact which added to the prestige of the Dance 
Group. From first to last, both costumes and sets were admirably done, the former by the 
students of Mr. Larkin's class, Art 314, and the latter by Vera Mintz and Concetta Bono- 
mo. The lighting in the "Air for the G String" was most effective. The performance as 
a whole was well worked out, and reflected great credit on Miss Burnett. 

In February, we had the pleasure of witnessing a production of "The Beggar on 
Horsebac\" presented by the Northampton Players, on the stage at Students' Building. 
We are always interested in the Northampton Players, and this time our interest was 
increased by the fact that Mr. Raymond Putman of the Music Department played the 
leading part, while Mrs. Larkin and Miss Burnett were in the pantomime in the second 
act. Mr. Putman gave a smooth and convincing interpretation of the harassed young 
composer, and Mrs. Larkin, as the Weekly said, played the part of the Princess with "rav- 
ishing coquetry." Miss Burnett was delightful as the tiring woman. With the usual 
happy result Mr. Larkin had charge of sets and costuming, and the ingenious expression- 
ism of the scenery aided not a little in bringing out the extremely modernistic theme of 
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Photographs by Stahlhcrg 

An interesting contrast was found in the two productions, "Apache" and "The Player 
Queen," by the Theatre Workshop, presented on March 12, in Students' Building. Two 
very different themes, treated in totally different ways, gave variety to the program. 

The first play, "Apache," by Charles Mere, a "shudder drama" from the Gioud Guig- 
nol, directed by Sonya Muraven, 1931, and acted by Miriam Ramer, 1933, and Professor 
Rene Guiet, was very effective. Professor Guiet interpreted the sinister, under-world 
"prince" with an ominous restraint, which developed slowly and subtly, until he burst into 
the mad ferocity of the notorious criminal. 

The second performance, "The Player Queen," by William Butler Yeats, produced by 
Helen Noyes, 1930, was, on the other hand, a fantasy of the usual "far-away princess in a 
tower" type. The best member of the cast was Julia Heiman, 1932, as the Beggar Who 
Brays. Valeria Burgess, 1933, as Septimus, was the very drunk, very poetic actor devoted 
to a white unicorn. The Queen who preferred to be a martyr was acted with the proper 
child-like simplicity by Dorothy Frandsen, 1933, and Mrs. Ruth Larkin lent her usual 
verve and piquant animation to the part of Decima who preferred to be a queen. 

As the Commencement play the Senior Class is producing, "The Would-Be Gentle- 
man," a three-act farce freely adapted from Moliere's "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme" by F. 
Anstey. The play is being directed by Samuel A. Eliot Jr. and Oliver W. Larkin is super- 
vising the costumes and the scenery. 

The story of the play, which concerns the efforts of a merchant endeavoring to buy 
his way into the nobility, and the complications which beset him, is too well known to be 
told here. The cast includes Ailene Slocovich, Edda Renouf, Margaret Goodlatte, Helen 
Ripley Noyes, Isabel Smith, Betsey Tilden, Eleanor Dowling, Sallie Simons, Elise Phares, 
Elise Hoster, and Mary Louise Libby. The role of the would-be gentleman is being played 
by Helen Huberth of the class of 1928, who graciously consented to return in order to add 
one more characterization to her long list. 

On the whole, staging has been the most distinctive and original part of this year's 
work, but there is nowhere room for actual dissatisfaction. The true value of the year's 
success may be gauged by the renewed interest in dramatics, and the eager anticipation of 
what the next year may bring forth. 



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The Year Book Board 



Margaret Barclay Editor-in-Chief 

Anne Robinson ............ Assistant Editor 

Alice Palmer Business Manager 

Marcaret Kremers Art Editor 

Frances Robinson Literary Editor 

Fanny Curtis Board Picture Editor 

Elizabeth Lott ........... Senior Picture Editor 

Margaret Green Faculty Picture Editor 

Ruth Hunt List Editor 

Esther Ogden Club Editor 

Haideen Henderson Snapshot Editor 

Nancy Hamilton Nonsense Editor 

Sally Prescott Assistant Art Editor 

Nancy Parker .... Assistant Art Editor 

Mary Board ........... Assistant Art Editor 

Virginia Harrison ........ Assistant Business Manager 

Betty Bull Assistant Business Manager 

Cornelia Heile, 1931 . Assistant Business Manager 



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EDITORIAL BOARD 

Editor-in-Chief 
Elizabeth Shaw, 1930 



Managing Editor 
Sallie Simons, 1930 



Boo\ Review Editor 
Priscilla Fairchild, 1930 



Elizabeth Wheeler, 1930 
Patty Wood, 1930 



Mary Chase, 1931 
Elizabeth Perkins, 1931 



Art Editor 
Nancy Parker, 1930 



Business Manager 
Esther Tow, 1930 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Advertising Manager 
Agnes Lyall, 1930 



Circulation Manager 
Anna Dabney, 1930 



Eleanor Mathesius, 1931 
Eleanor Church, 1932 
Ariel Davis, 1932 



Betty Bawan, 1931 
Margaret Moulding, 1931 
Anne Broadus, 1932 



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Weekly Board 



Editor-in-Chief 
Ellen Batchelor, 1930 



Associate Editor 
Charlotte Fowler, 1930 



News Editor 
Mary Byrne Edwards, 1930 



Julia Bensdorf, 1930 
Ruth Alpern, 1932 
Margaret Blake, 1932 



Literary Editor 
Jane Stewart, 1930 

Assistants 
Dorothy Buchanan, 1930 
Rosemary Denniston, 1932 

Pictorial Editor 
Margaret Blunt, 1931 



Art 

Dramatics 

Music 

Assistant 

French Correspondent 



News Staff 
Virginia Eyerly, 1932 
Sylvia Goldman, 1930 
Anna Harney, 1930 
Elizabeth Temple, 1930 

Assistants 
Elizabeth Bull, 1930 
Margaret White, 1931 

Managing Editor 
Jane Sherman, 1931 

Junior Editor 
Grace Greene, 1931 

Critics 
Gertude Cohen, 1931 
Tsoghik Zarifian, 1930 
Nancy Okie, 1930 
Helen Fiske, 1930 
Eleanor Weeks, 1931 

BUSINESS STAFF 



Manager Helen Bisbing, 1930 

Assistant Edwina Macomber, 1930 

Advertising Manager Alice Palmer, 1930 



. tssistant 

Circulation Manager 
Assistants 



Jesse Tierney, 1931 
Jessica Towers, 1932 
Roberta Webb, 1932 



Assistants 
Jean Berry, 1931 
Eugenia Bovev, 1932 
Mary Dorr, 1931 
Elizabeth Elmore, 193. 
Andrea Ferguson, 1932 
Jean Kelso, 1931 

Nancy Moir, 1930 
Dora Sanders, 1930 



Helen Thum, 1932 
Katherine Daniels, 1931 
Rita Newmark, 1931 
Ruth Berliss, 1932 



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Press Board 

OFFICERS 

Eleanor Reed . President 

Helen Kelly News Editor 

Doris Weaver Associated News Editor 

Elizabeth Hamlin Picture Editor 

Elizabeth Butler Business Manager 

Christine Hammond Senior Executive 

Elise Sieker Secretary 

Eileen Selkirk Librarian 

MEMBERS 

1930 

Elsie Altfeld Dorothy Hayes Rachel Perry 

Annie Eunice Browning Elizabeth Jackson Eleanor Reed 

Myra Ferguson Helen Kelly Frances Robinson 

Ruth Griffenhagf.n Violet Lampe Helen Sanderson 

Elizabeth Hamlin Ruth Millar Eileen Selkirk 

Christine Hammond Nancy Moir Doris Weaver 

Helen Hartman Jane Penny Lucia Weimer 

1931 

Margaret Adams Lucille Fine Elizabeth A. Olmsted 

Mary Apgar Marion Gifford Marion Rice 

Elizabeth Butler Vivian Greenberg Isabel Stearns 

Eleanor Dickey Katherine Miller Dorothy Whitney 

Grace Mitchell 

1932 

Barbara Beck Betsy Knapp Tabitha Petran 

Helen Calvocaressi Abigail Lee Virginia Rugh 

Janet Claflin Agnes McLean Elise Sieker 

Helen Davis Maren Morrison Peggy Strasser 

Helen Hopkins Marjorie Neuhof Lilla Train 

Dorothy Holden Millicent Ward 



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Alleen Kelly 
Shirley Eddy 



Campus Cat Board 



. Editor in Chief 
Business Manager 



Eleanor Atterbury 
Helen Hebbard 



Senior Editors 

Nancy Hamilton 
Haideen Henderson 
Helen Noyes 



Ella Hume 
Betsey Tilden 



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Symphony Orchestra 




OFFICERS 



1930 
Eloise Cheney 

Horn 

1932 
Mary Tibbets 



Miss Rebecca W. Holmes 
R. Mary Parker 
Miriam Levin 

HlLDEGARDE K.OLBE 

Ruth Hill 



Director 

Leader of First Violins 

Leader of Second Violins 

. Leader of Violas 

Leader of Viol once Hi 



Elizabeth Dow 
Ottilie Hutchixso. 



Isadore Hatch 



Miriam Levin 



MEMBERS 

Violins 
1930 

Dorothy Marble 
I R. Mary Parker 



1931 



Franca van Marle 



1932 



Hilda Richardson 



1933 





Virginia Clark 


Dorothy Meigs 




Elizabeth Glogau 


Ann Pitts 


R. Mary Parker 


Charlotte Horman 

Anne 

Graduate Students 


Charlotte Righeimer 

ScOFIELD 


Dorothy Beeley 


Violas 


Dorothy Fay 


1931 




1933 


Harriet Frank 


Graduate Students 


Helen Brown 


Esther Beard 


Violoneelh 


HlLDEGARDE KoLBL 


1930 




1932 


Ruth Hill 




Julia Brodt 



Flutes 

1931 

Jean Campbell 



Marian - Roberts 



1932 

Florence MacDonald 

Tympani 

1932 

Lota Curtiss 



The orchestra is assisted by Mrs. Brandcgce, Mrs. Estaver, Evelyn Brownell, Elsa Parshley, Miss 
DeRonde, Miss Rogers, Mr. Guiet, Mr. Bixler, Mr. Finney, Mr. Parshley and Thomas Parshley. 



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Ann Hamilton . 
Jeannette Harris 



Janet Beattie, '31 
Helen Bisbing, '30 
Margaret Brewster, '32 
Caroline Brooks, '32 
Elizabeth Bunce, '31 
Jean Campbell, '32 
Dorothy Candee, '32 
Harriet Carlsen, '32 
Eileen Creevey, '32 
Irene Daignault, '30 
Mary E. Davis, '31 
Constance Davison, '30 
Helen Da we, '31 
Frances Dowie, '30 



May Ackerman, '31 
Mary Adams, '32 
Mary Apgar, '31 
Frances Ashworth, '30 
Jean Louise Berry, '31 
Margaret Blunt, '31 
Grace Carlon, '32 
Carolyn Chase, '32 
Elizabeth Cox, '30 
Dorothy Deane, '30 
Elizabeth Doran, '32 
Mary Dorr, '31 



Glee Club 



Leader 
Business Manager 
Dorothy Kelley 



Lorna MacDonnell . 
Mary Louise Williams 
Treasurer 



Accompanist 
Assistant Accompanist 



Sopranos 



Eleanor Dowling, '30 
Katherine Drury, '30 
Hope Dudgeon, '3 1 
Mary Elmer, '31 
Marion Emerson, '32 
Sally Fowler, '32 
Marian GifTord, '31 
Ruth Gould, '32 
Suzanne Greist, '30 
Ruth Griffenhagen, '30 
Lucv Groat, '30 
Elsie Haig, '32 
Ann Hamilton, '30 
Ruth Hard, '32 



Mary Hartz, '30 
Esther Jones, '31 
Charlotte Kidd, '31 
Lila Knight, '31 
Ingeborg Lincoln, '32 
Elinor Morris, '30 
Katherine Newell, '30 
Nancy Okie, '30 
Alice Otis, '31 
Elizabeth Paffard, '31 
Elizabeth J. Parker, '32 
Grace E. Parker, '31 
Margaret Parrish, '31 
Elizabeth Rogers, '31 

Altos 



Alice Rust, '31 
Hildegarde Stevens, '32 
Lois Sweet, '31 
Felicia Thomas, '32 
Josephine Thomas, '31 
Vivian Thomas, '30 
Frances True, '30 
Irma Visscher, '31 
Helen Ward, '31 
Pauline Ward, '30 
M. Margaret Wemple, '32 



Ethel Farrington, '31 
Louis Fentress, '31 
Jeannette Harris, '30 
Ellen Hess, '32 
Ellen Hunt, '32 
Ottilie Hutchinson, '30 
Dorothy Kelley, '31 
Jean Kelso, '31 
Elizabeth Kingsbury, '30 
Violet Lampe, '30 
Lorna Macdonnell, '31 
Helen MacKenzie, '30 



Katherine Merrill, '32 
Mary Mulligan, '32 
Constance Needham, '31 
Mary Nixon, '30 
Mary Parke, '31 
R. Mary Parker, '30 
Mary Porter, '32 
Constance Richardson, '32 
Marian Richardson, '32 
Margaret Riggs, '30 
Alice Rugen, '30 
Carol Smith, '31 



Ann Stanley, '32 
Gertrude Steere, '32 
Elaine Towne, '32 
Eugenia Wade., '30 
Ruth Wheeler, '31 
Mary Louise Williams, '31 
Virginia Wing, '31 
Catherine Winter, '30 
Anne Woodcock, '31 



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Mandolin Club 

OFFICERS 









LoRNA M\CDONNELL 




Treasurer 




MEMBERS 






1930 




Dorothy Gordon 


Frances Manley 


Dorothy Marble 


Vivian Thomas 


Helen Watson 
1931 

LoRNA MACDONNELL 

1932 


Elizabeth Whittemore 


Barbara Bradley 


Dorothy Hagar 
Anne Thompson 

1933 


Elizabeth Palfrey 


Beatrice Colby 


Betty Orr 


Elizabeth Orr 



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Senior Choir 



Frances Dowie Leader 

Katherine Drury ........... A aistant header 

Margaret Riggs ............ Accompanist 

Mary Nixon ............. Secretary 

Eugenia Wade ............. Librarian 

Katherine Kimball ........... Robe Monitor 



Makjorie Best 
Helen Bisbing 

Mary Board 
Alice Carson 
Rita De Voe 

Sara Arbenz 
Irene Daignault 
Constance Davison 
Alma Dunning 



Frances Ashworth 
Gretchen Behringer 
Helen Brown 
Naomi Bruce 
Velma Clement 



Barbara Banning 
Helen Black 
Esther Chilson 



Elizabeth Dow 
Frances Dowie 
Clarissa Fisk 
Suzanne Greist 



First Soprano 

Ann Hamilton 
Mary Hartz 
Lois Hoover 
Ella Hume 



Second Soprano 

Katherine Drury Lucy Groat 

Virginia Fowler Dorothy Marble 

Alice Fryberger Nancy' Moir 

Ruth Griefenhagen Nancy Okie 



Elizabeth Cox 
Dorothy Deane 
Dorothy Dickinson 
Myra Ferguson 
Wilma Fisher 



First Alto 

Adelaide Hall 
Jeannette Harris 
Katherine Hirsh 
Ottilie Hutchinson 
Katherine Kimball 



Second Alto 
Elizabeth Kingsbury Violet Lampe 

Evelyn Kelly R. Mary Parker 



Hildegarde Krammi. 
Elinor Morris 
Frances True 
Pauline Ward 



Jane Penny 
[ean Smart 
Vivian Thomas 



Helen MacKenzie 
Mary Nixon 
Eugenia Wade 
Elizabeth Whii temore 



Edith Vail 
Catherine Winter 



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Rachel Darling 
Helen Ward 
Jean Louise Berr'v 
Virginia Wing . 
Mary Parke 
Martha Stanley 
Anne Woodcock 

Dorothy Arms 
Janet Beattie 
Acnes Berger 
Elizabeth Cairns 
Jean Campbell 
Ruth Crabill 
Rachel Darling 
Mary Davis 

Millicent Atkinson * 
Margaret Blunt 
Josephine Brooks 
Elizabeth Bunce 
Betty Butler* 
Marian Gieford 
Jennette Hitchcock 

May Ackerman 
Mary Frances Apgar 
Barbara Bennett 
Evelyn Boardman 
Esther Brewer 

Jean Louise Berry 
Doris Creighton 
Louise Fentress 



Junior Choir 



Helen Dawe 
Hope Dudgeon 
Mary Elmer 
Alice Farwell 
Lucille Fine 
Gwendolen Germond 
Dorothy Glidden 
Louise Graupner 



First Soprano 

Sylvia Hazelton 
Marjorie Hirsch 
Charlotte Kidd 
Joy Kimball 
Grace Laub 
Margaret Moulding 
Sally O'Brian 
Grace Parker 



Second Soprano 



May Hutchins * 
Hilda Jacobs * 
Esther Jones 
Helen Kirkpatrick 
Margaret Lewerth 
Gladys Lackner 
Nancy McKeen 

Mary Dorr 
Ethel Farrington 
Mildred Fleet 
Lillian Freeman 
Dorothy Kelley 

Katherine Kelsey 
Jean Kelso 

LORNA MaCDONNEI.L 



Frances McNitt 
Pauline Moor 
Margaret Parrish 
Elizabeth Rogers 
Kathryn Rowe 
Alice Rust 
Lois Sweet 
First Alto 

Mabelita McLane 
Mary Parke 
Marjorie Plumb 
Helen Smith * 
Irma Visscher 
Second Alto 

Elizabeth Neebe 
Constance Needham 
Carol Smith 



Leader 
Assistant Leader 
Secretary 
Robe Monitor 
Librarian 
Accompanist 
Assistant Accompanist 

Elizabeth Paffard 
Katherine Parker 
Harriet Pine * 
Lila Sebring 
Franca van Marle * 
Virginia Wing 



Helen Ward 
Dorothy Wentworth 
Ruth Wheeler 
Charlotte Woodruff 



M vrgaret Whiti 

Mary Louise Williams 
Anna Woodcock 

Mary Youngman 



Louise Stoffregen 
Emily Williams 
Caroline Woodhull 



Resigned 



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Sophomore Choir 

Elizabeth Jean Parker .............. Leader 

Ingeborg Lincoln ............. Assistant Leader 

Elaine Towne ............... Accompanist 

Gertrude Steere ............. Assistant Accompanist 

Ruth Gould ............... Secretary 

Janet Claelin ............... Librarian 

Marion Richardson ............. Robe Monitor 

First Soprano 

Ruth Alpern Miriam Emerson Virginia Klein Mary Pratt 

Bettina Boardman Marcia Estabrook Elizabeth Larcom Hildegarde Stevens 

Eugenia Bovey Muriel Fitzgibbon Mary Murray Mahony Shirley Swift 

Caroline Brooks Marjorie Frank Elizabeth Marshall Felicia Thomas 

Ruth Cannell Marcia Glidden Anna Mattern Mary Virginia Watson 

Edith Cramer Ruth Gould Elizabeth Jean Parker Margaret Wemple 

El i anor Edwards Ruth Hard Isabelle Parker Elizabeth Wise 

Marion Emerson Lucia Woodworth 

Second Soprano 

Mary Adams Gwendolyn Duggan Rebecca Kennard Lillian; Schoenbrun 

Dorothy Candee Elizabeth Elmore Irene Levine Elizabeth Staley 

Harriet Carlsen Marjorie Estabrook Ingeborg Lincoln Nancy Stevenson 

Janet Claelin Sally Fowler Charlotte Martin Joy Stilson 

Eileen Creevey Gertrude Gremmels Katherine Merrill Gernda Von Briesen 

Dorothy Devery Elsie Haig Mary Mullican Louise Wagner 

Elizabeth Doran Katherine Harvie Dorothy Reynolds Emily Weidman 

First Alto 

Phebe Adams Jane Evans Linda Marcus Priscilla Richards 

Helen Brown Jean Fischer Athalia Ogden Constance Richardson 

Caroline Chase Margaret Holmes Mary Porter Marian Richardson 

Lydia Chittenden Ellen Hunt Margaret Rankin Louise Warner 

Lota Curtiss 

Second Alto 

Elizabeth Bell Mary Hanna Christine Leighou Gertrude Steere 

Elizabeth Bratton Helen Henry Grace Piper Mary Walsh 

Grace Carlon Ellen Hess Margaret Smith Carmelita Woerner 

Virginia Davis Elizabeth Lee Ann Stanley 



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Freshman Choir 

Elizabeth Floyd ................ Leader 

Katherine Yow .............. Assistant Leader 

Margaret Mather .............. Accompanist 

Mary Paysan ..'......... . Assistant Accompanist 

Elizabeth Reed ............... Secretary 

Elinor Fosdick .............. Robe Monitor 

Amy Scott ) , ., 

,, w f ............. Librarians 

Miriam Macomber ) 

First Soprano 

Marian Allen Lucile Getchell Elizabeth Lee Mildred Rubin 

Elizabeth Atlee Elizabeth Gamble Ruth Macduff Virginia Seiberling 

Helen Bailey Margaret Hamilton Norma Morgan Louise Weimer 

Elizabeth Baum Jean Hauserman Barbara Nichols Helen West 

Jane Bennett Mary Hutchinson Helen Nebolsine Sylvia Whitaker 

Jane Ferris Marguerite Jenkins Charlice Olmsted Elsie Yates 

Elizabeth Floyd Marjorie Kaufman Anne Pitts Katherine Yow 

Elinor Fosdick Mary Knox Jean Rumsey 

Second Soprano 

Elizabeth Brooks Helen Chaddock Jeranf. Ibershoff Miriam Macomber 

Virginia Bush Margaret Mather Mary Ilsley Una Peavey 

Marian Cooley Virginia Gilbert Dorothy Johnson Isabelle Pendleton 

Margery Davis Julia Haberman Ruth Kimball Mary Powell 

Dorothy Frandsen Rhea Hebert Ann Lacey Helen Sawyer 

Harriet Green Elizabeth Hennelberg Virginia Lowrie Kathleen Whaley 

Kate Greene Charlotte Wheeler 

First Alto 

Dorothy Boyles Lucille Fletcher Josephine Paret Helen Stanley 

Priscilla Boyd Marjorie Goldsmith Louise Peirce Natalie Starr 

Joanne Dissette Pearl Guttman Natalie Robertson Katherine Stone 

Eleanor Egan Julia Hopkins Amy Scott Marian Sykes 

Louise Farnsworth Emily Joy Elizabeth Skelton Priscilla Wadhams 

Helen Fleming Constance Kreimer Susan Smith Eleanor White 

Second Alto 

Ann Baker Elizabeth Bushnell Edna Kershaw Elizabeth Pike 

Helen Bartholomew Mary Dorion Margaret Morgan Miriam Ramer 

Mary Bradley Helen Geller Betty Orr Elaine Rappaport 

Eleanor Brown Priscilla Kennaday Mary' Pay'san Elisabeth Reed 

Helen Bragdon Elizabeth Sturces 



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Song Leaders 




1930, Barbara Hall 
College Song Leader 





1932, Dorothy Devery 




1931, Helen Connolly 



1933, Jane Alling 



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Songs 



Alma Mater 

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 

And gladly singing to you always 
Our loyal hearts with joy shall fill, 

O fairest, fairest Alma Mater, 
You hold and claim us still. 



1930 Junior Year 

LAST STEP SONG 

Tune: "Old German Foll{ Song" 
Words by Eleanor Dowling 

1 
As to these steps we make our way, 
A tribute of farewell we pay. 
For we are glad that we have had 
The honor to be following you 
To stand upon this threshold new. 

II 
Though pride our hearts does fill with bliss 
Still sadness dulls the joy of this 
Great day of days when we part ways 
For you move on to wider spheres, 
That wider grow thru all the years. 

Ill 

Like pebbles in a rivulet tossed; 

The ripples widen, then are lost. 

But you add strength the long stream's 

length 
And help it on to reach its end 
And give it service of a friend. 

IV 
The tides have swept you to the bay, 
And you sail out o'er life's broadening way. 
And from your source along your course 
You've brought us friendship's beauty rare 
And courage stormy seas to dare. 

V 
You've given us faith and kindness too 
And fostered love that will e'er be true. 
You've been our pride, from you we've tried 
To learn an upward path to hold, 
To face life with strong hearts and bold. 

VI 
To never our high goal forsake, 
And of each failure success to make 
You are not gone, you will live on. 
We fill our hearts and pledge them deep, 
Your memory and your love to keep. 



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Spleen's Short History of Seven Semesters 




"The ancients didn't know they were ancients"- — 
neither did we realize that we were a part of a great 
feudal system, until we were about to graduate. That 
quotation made us pause and consider. Yes, the whole 
thing was just a series of petty feuds, raids and alli- 
ances. We feel we owe it to future generations to 
give an account of these — our times, so here it is, a 
history of the events between the years 1926 and 1930. 
This is a political history. Other treatises have 
treated other phases. The question of, "Who sheltered 
Learning and preserved the Old Manuscripts while 
the wars were going on?" is carefully discussed in 
that tome of tomes The College Catalogue. The re- 
ligious phase, "What was the influence of the Church?" 
is consigned to that most pious of productions: The 
Freshman Bible. We would not presume to encroach 
upon the toes of the earnest scholars who have pre- 
sented statements and statistics in various periodicals 
and Alumnae Quarterlies. This is a political history. 
It begins — as all chronicles begin that are concerned 
with the much-discussed Middle Ages (i. e. — the ages 

between six teen 
and twenty-two), 
after the fall of the 
Great Family Um- 
pire. It begins 
with a great mi- 
gration — which 
might be called a 
crusade, — possibly 
a pilgrimage, or 
even possibly, an exploration. As all great movements 
of history, this one had first to deal with housing con- 
ditions. Dilettantes were housed with gourmands, 
craftsmen with suffragettes, and babies with women- 
of-the-world. It resulted in a Great Confusion. In- 
dividuals, accustomed all their lives to ease and luxury, 
found it necessary to band together to preserve their 
social status, and nourish fondly the illusion of aris- 
tocracy. Some of the more conspicuous of these bands 
were, "The Ancient Order of Highbrows," and "The 
Yellow Men." They surrounded themselves with a 
moat, and carried on rites with costumes and torches, 
to the amazement of the lesser orders, who were 
secretly jealous, and secretly fond of a picturesque 
aristocracy. Another type of social phenomenon which 
sprang up was the solid — yet informal Crowd, which 
existed on polite, but non-conversant terms with the 
countryside at large. Crowds persisted impregnable 
throughout the period of encampment, unaffected by 
external or internal changes, except the occasional 
dropping away of a member as the result of foreign 
invasions. These Crowds lent an atmosphere of re- 
spectability to the Machinery of Government. They 
were ever present on Great Occasions, such as Proms 
and Teas. Such was the Duchy of Havenuss, a small 
circle in the Center of Things. A map of this period 
would mark Crowds in red dots, and leave the remain- 
der to be painted blue or green, according to Interests. 
Maps of these feudal times show many overlappings. 
The Interest Groups were exceedingly feudal in char- 
acter, — consisting as they did of lords, vassals and 




serfs. The serfs were the workers, — they ground, and 
dug, and crammed. Without them the picturesque 
societies would have perished. Not that industry 
counted for much; their work faded in the light of 
philosophy. "Man knows but little here below." But 
brilliant young serfs constituted good Acquaintances, 
and a vassal's estate consisted of many Acquaintance- 
ships. A vassal defended the Lord's Interest. 

It would be impossible to mention all of these sys- 
tems by name. Most prominent were: the Thespian 
Group, under Sam Riot; the Outlaw Group, under 
Lady Abby Belledame; and the Curtissy Group. The 
latter had a splendid code which almost approached 
the idealism of King Arthur's court, although there 
were some pretty Green Knights among the Well Read 
Courtiers. Between these groups there were varying 
relationships, and occasional skirmishes. Members of 
the Curtissy Group proved that "the pen is mightier 
than the hockey stick" in certain unauthorized attacks. 
The Outlaw Group retired to the woods. 

Some of the greatest battles were fought among the 
vassals of the various groups who had formed other 
alliances called Clubs. Clubs 
did little to arbitrate, and a 
great deal to aggravate Wars 
of the Interests. Mounte- 
banks and thieves flourished. 
Mountebanks sold sandwich- 
es and thieves collected class 
dues. 

Mediaeval warfare was car- 
ried on incessantly with un- 
'.old cruelty. Quarrels over lands without natural 
boundaries (i. e. Double Rooms), resulted in the ex- 
termination of the freeholder. One found she could 
not stand alone. The only thing that kept the system 
from decaying was the rapid succession of generations 
to build up the old institutions, and take the place of 
the slain and wounded. 

Oh, glorious time, — oh, divine age of chivalry! No 
doubt we shall soon look back upon it all through a 
rosy glow; that period during the Great Plague in 
1926, when everyone found a topic 
of conversation in the prevalent dis- 
ease, and Rumor brought news of 
new trench mouth victims at every 
breath; — the spring of 1928, when 
fire and flood exceeded each other 
in ferocity, and instilled mediaeval 
panic in all hearts. One lived in 
perpetual excitement. 

Visiting players furnished varia- 
tion in the way of entertainment. 
Perhaps some future Chaucer was entertained by the 
Denishawn Dancers, Cornelia Skinner, or Judge Ben 
Lindsay — who knows? Or, if pleasure irked one, 
there was always the War of Science and Religion, 
which was glad of new recruits. One might join either 
the forces of the Great God Barnes, or of the Honorable 
Patch. Everyone lived a Full, Rich, and Beautiful 
Life, saddened only by the knowledge that the Renais- 
sance would soon knock her castles down. (Renaissance 



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is an inspired term for Commencement). But we 
need not have worried. Many of us will continue to 
live mediaeval lives wherever we happen to be; to 
wage war against people whose opinions we do not 
understand, and to carry the Spirit of the Dark Ages 
far beyond the limits of a college campus. 

Feminist 



Matters political 
Make one so critical 
Thoughtful and practical 
Shrewd and pragmatical 
Quite patriotical 
Partial and cynical! 
Problems! so ethical 
Seem enigmatical; 
What is a voter to do? 
Am 1 a radical 
Wild and fanatical 
Or an intractible 
Stable standpatical? 
Tell me instantical 
I am quite frantical — 
Which one becomes me most, 
Red. white or blue? 



Secret Society 

Say, campus has a certain clique, 

I wonder if you've seen them, too; 

They're not particularly chic 

Nor well-to-do, 

But yet unique. 

They have an air 

Of savoir faire 

And "we-belong-here," so to speak. 

I envy them indeed because 

They work together quite a lot. 

Last Saturday, I guess it was, 

Or maybe not — 

Oh, yes it was — 

It just occurred 

To me, "Absurd 

That we can't do what this crowd does. 

They have their fun; one drives a car 

That holds them all when they go out — 

Not that they ever travel far — 

They sing about 

"How dry we are," 

In unison; 

Does anyone 

Still wonder who these gangsters arc? 

I've seen them walking down the street 

Abreast with shovels on their backs; 

They always make the campus neat 

And clear the tracks 

Of snow and sleet — 

In fall, it's leaves, 

One rakes, one heaves, 

And gets them out from under feet. 




The shovel army digs the beds, 

Or dredges Paradise at times; 

They have more use for level heads, 

Than making rimes. 

They work in sheds. 

They heave the coal; 

And there's a hole 

That serves as club when night descends. 

There was a great deal of nonsense that we wanted 
to insert in this page which, though it had little to do 
with the college, had, none the less, been written down 
in the classroom. For instance, the following came 
straight from Mr. Rice's class in 18th century litera- 
ture: 



It seems difficult to supposes - , that the hale and hearty 
Josie, 

Could be anything but rosey, but you see, 
Her maid's blush was only painting, that her cheek 
was always tainting, 
And she could not help her fainting at a tea. 



Then one day amid the teacups, 

she was pestered with the 

heecups, 

And she quickly shattered 

three cups with her jerking. 

When she saw what she had 
shattered, and how much 
those teacups mattered, 
Her ability was flattered into 
working. 




J8L 



JHATTFCED TttftTE 



If a heecups case exposes, three such exquisite Limoges, 
To destruction, it disposes one to be set 

By a strange and haunting mooning, to see if a fit of 
swooning. 
Will not finish up by ruining a whole tea set. 



So 



;he took up her position, to 

the doorway to the kitchen. 

When the servant brought the 

dish in, she'd be ready. 

For she knew the sight of China 

(everywhere but in a diner), 

(If expensive, that much 

finer!) made her heady. 




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251 



With a full faint cry of "Hoo- 
ray!" as the tray came 
through the doorway, 
She crashed headlong to the 
floorway, as the plates flew 
far and wide. 

When from her fit she'd woken, 
not a dish of them was 
broken, 
"Pullman cups! We just were 
joking," said the host, but 
Josie'd died. 



And of course, that leads us straight to: 

Mercy, Percy, how red you look, 
You must have been reading a naughty book! 
But that is not quite original. We must admit we 
spend a great deal of time in the classroom, inscribing 
that different ways on our scratchpad, just as "How 
now, brown cow" has come to find a home in many 
of our note-books, but they are neither of them origi- 
nal, nor yet part of the professor's lectures. And that's 
final. 




The other day we took a stroll about the campus 
and got the consensus of opinion about the class. The 
following are the result of careful thinking and honor- 
able voting, and if we'd had time, we could probably 
have gotten up a good fooball Eleven. 

Most Simple — Simons seems to have this, but simply 

because of the nursery rhymes. 
Craziest about Boys — -Boies, of course. And why 

not? 
Most whimsical — Margot Johnson stuffed the ballot 

on this one. 
Most exotic — Nancy Hamilton wins this hands 

down; in fact she won't humiliate the rest of 

the college by putting it to a vote. 
Most Human — (Very soon we are going to stop 

playing games with Ella's name, but really it's 

such a temptation.) 
Most likely to succeed — Heigh-ho. We think 

Herbie Hoover and Lindbergh about tie on 

this one. 



Comparative Anatomy 

My dear, I declare, your most excellent car 

Has the low-swinging lines of a dinosaur. 

It runs quite as smoothly, it growls and it jumps, 

And behaves just exactly their way when it bumps. 



Sometimes I have wondered in self righteous rage 
If we have progressed from the Jurassic Age, 
And if this is progress; — the life is not bad, 
But it takes no more brains than the dinosaur had. 



The traffic is terrible — look 

at the deaths: — 
On campus we're busy just 

catching our breaths. 
Some time in the future 

(this cannot be hid) 
We will kill off each other. 

(The dinosaurs did.) 



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No, I have no car up this 
spring, some omission 

Prevented my getting a 
driving permission. 



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EVOLUTION 




When the President of Student Council walks in on 
your mid-morning cigarette — Be nonchalant — Light 
another. 



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The Editors of the 1930 Year Book wish to express their 
gratitude to the following members of the College whose 
advice and assistance have made this volume possible: 

Elizabeth Atkins 
Virginia Crane 
Adelaide Hayes 
Frances Rich 
Claire Thomas 
Mr. George P. Hyde 



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Index of Advertisements 



Angotti 13 

Army and Navy Store 10 

Bachrach 16 

Beckmann's 14 

Belanger-Zessin 7 

Bicknell 5 

Boyden's 8 

Bridgeman & Lyman 6 

Dorothy Brooks 8 

Butler & Ullman 7 

E. C. Chandler 15 

College Studio 8 

College Taxi 6 

The Colonial 13 

Cotrell & Leonard 14 

Class of 1930 17 

Class of 1 93 1 9 

Class of 1932 12 

Class of 1933 15 

Dewhurst 7 

Draper Hotel 13 

George D. Emerson Si Co 8 

Exiner Sport Shoppe 14 

W. J. Fleming 5 

Francis Hat Shoppe 14 

Goldwasser's 15 

Frank Brothers 15 



The Green Dragon 11 

Hampshire Book Shop 13 

Hanover Inn 4 

Higgins 6 

Howard-Wesson Co 11 

Kingsley's 7 

LaSalle & Taft 13 

William Liddell & Co 11 

R. H. Macy & Co 4 

The Manse 10 

Mary Marguerite Tea Shoppe ... 8 

McCallum 14 

I. Miller 14 

David J. Molloy Co 5 

Music House 7 

Hotel Northampton 6 

Plymouth Drug Shop 10 

Hotel Puritan 10 

Ridge Shop 6 

Hotel Roosevelt 10 

Smith College Weekly 17 

Spaulding-Sinclair 13 

Sweetheart Tea House 5 

Tiffany & Co 3 

Walsh's 10 

Woodworth 8 



Tiffany & Co. 

Jewelers Silversmiths Stationers 



Quality-Through Generations 



Mail Inquiries Receive Prompt Attention 

Fifth Avenue & 37- Street 
NewYork 



It's SMART 

to be THRIFTY 



MACY'S 

34th STREET & BROADWAY 
NEW YORK CITY 



When visiting Dartmouth College, reserve 
accommodations at : : : : 



THE HANOVER INN 

Hanover, N. H. 

A. P. Fairfifxd, Manager 

Thoroughly modern hotel on the corner of the 
college campus 



Compliments of 

A Friend 



Fleming's Shoes Are 
y ncky 

Because they arc- casually conspicuous and lend 
grace to the foot, and individuality to the 
costume. 

Hosiery to Match or Harmonize 

Fleming's Boot Shop 

189 Main Street 



SWEETHEART 
TEA HOUSE 

SPECIALTIES 

FRIED CHICKEN AND WAFFLES 
WAFFLES AND MAPLE SYRUP 
PURE MAPLE SYRUP PRODUCTS 

Open all day — May 1st to Nov. 1st 

Alice Brown 
MOHAWK TRAIL 

Shelburne Falls Mass. 



The cover for 
this annual 
was created by 
The DAVID J. 
MOLLOY CO. 

2857 N. Western Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 



£*ry Mol!o> Mod* 

C.«.r btar, .(.,. 

trad* mark on ih« 

bock lid. 



"The Store Where You Get Your Gym Shoes" 

For Twenty-five Years 

<J Wc have sold shoes to the girls of Smith College, 

while they were here and after they had left Alma 

Mater. 

(& We send shoes all over the country to the girls 

who left college years ago and those who left but 

last year. 

<I We send them ANYWHERE on approal, 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, Silt\ Scarfs, Wool Gloves 

and Mufflers. You'll always find the 

old prompt service at Bic\nell ' s 

H. E. BICKNELL 

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






Bridgeman & Lyman 

Northampton, Mass. 

Extend Greetings to the Class of '30 and 
Thank Them for Their Patronage 



Send Us Your Mail Orders for 

SMITH 

Class Boo\s, Song BooJ^s, Banners and 

Pennants, Stationery, Verse and 

Anything Else in the Boo\ 

and Stationery Line 



Horn "Northampton 




An Inn of Colonial Charm 



Hotel Northampton 

"OLD in Experience of What is NEW" 

EXCELLENT ROOMING ACCOMMODATIONS 
AND DELICIOUS FOOD 

125 Rooms 

Main Dining Room Coffee Room 

Sun-Room Tavern 

Private Dining Rooms 

Lewis N. Wiggins, Manager 



PHONE 



College Taxi Go. 



RIDGE SHOP 

Women's Sports Wear 
Tailored Apparel 



Qompliments of 

WILLIAM HIGGINS 



FINE SHOES 



at 



Reasonable Prices 




The Musical Center of 
Northampton 

The Music House 

143 MAIN STREET 



Pianos 
Sheet Music 



Victrolas 
Records 



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INCORPORATED 






Candies 




[ce Cream 


Luncheon 




Sodas 




Toilet Artie 


les Imported Perfumes 



Finger Waves 


Marcels 


Belanger - 


Zessin 


Nestle Circuline 


Permanent 


Wave 




277 Main Street 


Northampton 


Phone 688 



From Abroad 

CABLE US 

From Your Home 

WRITE US 

We will deliver flowers to 

your friends in 'Hamp, or 

elsewhere 

BUTLER & ULLMAN 

Flowers 



Our Shop is Convenient 
to You - - - 

^ We are centrally located; those little adjustments 
that your glasses occasionally need are only matters 
af a few minutes' work. CJ We pride ourselves 
that our interest in you does NOT end with your 
original purchase. <J Prescription work, 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. 

O. T. DEWHURST 

Registered Optometrists and Prescription 
Opticians 

201 Main Street opposite City Hall 

Telephone 184-W 






BOYDENS 

The Home of Good Food 

Students and Alumnae 
Always Welcome 



SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN 
TO PARTIES 

196-200 Main Street 
Northampton - Mass. 



THE GIFTS THE THING 



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The Dorothy Brooks Shop 



18 GREEN STREET 



The Mary Marguerite 

For Luncheon, we eat at the Mary Marguerite; 
For Tea, we meet at the Mary Marguerite; 
For Dinner, we dine at the Mary Marguerite 
Yes, 21 STATE is the Mary Marguerite. 

The Mary Marguerite 



George D. Emerson Go. 

Wholesale Grocers 

Largest Distributors in 

New England of High 

Grade Canned Fruits 

and Vegetables 



BOSTON, MASS. 



WOODWORTH 

Ladies' Hairdresser 

Permanent Wave a Specialty 

245 MAIN STREET 

Telephone 2390 Northampton, Mass. 

O. J. Bonneau, Prop. 



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Compliments of 

The Class of 1931 




A POPULAR HOTEL 

for those who appreciate the 
charm of the unusual 

One block from Fifth Avenue and 
the shops — two from the theatres — 
direct underground connection with 
the Grand Central Station. 

Dancing nightly in the Qrill 

The Roosevelt 

Madison Ave. at 45TH St., New York 
Edward Clinton Fogg — Managing Director 



The 
Plymouth Drug Shop 

31 WEST STREET 

Agents for Elizabeth Arden 
Toilet Preparations 



Dry 


Cleaning, Dyeing and 
Fine Launderer 


Pressing 




WALSH' 


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23 Green Avenue Telephone 409-R 




Next to New Gym 





Hotel Puritan 



390 Commonwealth Ave. 



The Distinctive ^Boston House 
on the approved list 



Army and Navy Store 

32 Pleasant Street 

We Carry a Complete Line of Riding 
and Hiding Goods at Low Prices 



The MANSE 

An Old Colonial Home 
with Modern Comforts 

54 Prospect St. Northampton, Mass. 

Good Food — Homelike Atmosphere 

Table d'Hote or a la Carte Service 

Rooms for Transient Guests 



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Engravers and 'Publishers of J5etter College ^Annuals 
WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 

Engravers and Publishers of this book 



Gold Medal Brand Irish 
Linen Table Damasks 

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



WILLIAM LIDDELL 
and COMPANY 

53 WHITE STREET NEW YORK 

MILLS AT BELFAST, IRELAND 



THE 
GREEN DRAGON 

229 MAIN STREET 



Visit The Qreen Dragon 
When in TSleed of Qijts 



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Compliments of 

Tke Class oi 1932 




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Draper Hotel, Inc. 

ioo Rooms with Private Baths 
and Running Water 



Popular Priced 

Cafeteria and Dining Room 

with Tables and P>ooths 



Northampton's Most Popular 
Hotel 



Compliments of 

LASALLE and TAFT 

Manufacturers of 

Frozen Delicacies 

1 1 HAWLEY STREET 
NORTHAMPTON 



Query: 

How many of you in 1930 arc- 
leaving College with a 
Good Library? 

Your Account Here is Always Good 

THE 

Hampshire Book Shop 



Say it with 

Spaulding - Sinclair, Inc. 

Flowers 



Flowers by Wire 



Tel. 1290 



Guest Rooms at the 

EAMESHOME 

Dining Rooms Next Door 

COLONIAL HOUSE 

OPPOSITE PARADISE ROAD 
149 ELM STREET TEL. 2510 



Cleaning 



Dyeing 



Violet Angotti 



Dressmaker 



20 Green Street 



Tel. 295 8-M 



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Candies 



Chocolate i 



Bon Bons 



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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 Yon Will Always Remember by Its 
Good Things to Eat 



McCdlum Service 

Conveys to the students a 
feeling of confidence 

Because for years this same satisfying 
Service has been our offering to Smith 
students, therein lies McCallum's suc- 
cess, in its relations with students — 
pleasant and appreciated all these 



years. 



McCALLUM 

^Always Reliable 



Sport Shoppe - Exiner 

Individual Apparel for the 
Miss 

497 Main Street 20 Green Street 

Hyannis, Mass Northampton, Mass. 



The Francis Hat Shoppe 

Manufacturers and Designers oj 

Ladies' Straws, French Felt and 
Velour Hats 

We Clean. Block and Remodel 

190 Main Street - Northampton, Mass. 

Telephone 3069 



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. 

Gotrell & Leonard 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



Compliments 
of 

I. MILLER 

2 GREEN STREET 



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GOLDWASSER'S 

217 Main Street 

SMART APPAREL FOR COLLEGE 
WEAR 



Harper Method Telephone 484-W 

E. G. Chandler 

SHAMPOOING, SCALP TREATMENTS, 

MANICURING, MARCEL WAVING, 

WATER WAVING, FINGER 

WAVING AND FACIAL 

MASSAGE 

78 Main Street - Northampton, Mass. 



FRANK BROTHERS 

Fifth Avenue Boot Shop 

Between 47th and 48th Sts., New York 




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 

Ike CLASS of 1933 



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Youth Chooses Bachrach 



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

Photographs of Distinction 

Special Rates to Students 



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647 BOYLSTON STREET :: :: :: BOSTON, MASS. 
1559 MAIN STREET, SPRINGFIELD 

New York Philadelphia Washington 

And in forty other cities 



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