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YEAR BOOK 

OF 

1933 



SMITH COLLECE 



Copyright 



CLASS OF 
19 3 3 

SMITH 
COLLEGE 



Table of Contents 



Administration 

Advertisements 

Athletics 

Class of 1933 

Clubs .... 

Dedication 

Dramatics 

Faculty . . . . , 

Freshman Year, Class of 1933 

Junior Year, Class of 1933 

Music .... 

Nonsense . 

Organizations 

Other Classes 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Publications . 

Senior Year, Class of 1933 

Sophomore Year, Class of 1933 

View Section . . . . 



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To 

Annetta Isabel Clark, 

the hjndly crutch of our lame budgets, 
who both by lively anecdote and more 
material assistance has helped us on our 
way, we gratefully dedicate this boo\. 



1933 s 



Foreword 

...to the class who saw the 
bad side of good times and 
the good side of bad times. 




PRESIDENT NEILSON 



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The Board of Trustees 



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

John Elliott Oldham, A.M. 

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

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

Elizabeth Cutter Morrow, B L. . 

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

Archibald Victor Galbraith, A.B. .... 

Alta Smith Corbett, A.B 

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

Frank Channing Smith, Jr , A B., LL.B. 

George Stanley Stevenson, A.M. .... 

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

Harriet Chalmers Ford, B.L., Vice-President 

Miriam Titcomb, B.L. ...... 

Alice Wright Teagle, A.B. 

Annetta I. Clark, A.B., A.M., Secretary to the President 
Trustees ....... 



Northampton 

Boston 

New York 

Greenwich, Ct. 

Englewood, N. J. 

Cambridge 

Easthampton 

Portland, Ore. 

Springfifield 

Worcester 

Hartford, Ct. 

New York 

Northampton 

Cincinnati, O. 

Cleveland, O. 

and of the Board of 

Northampton 



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HELEN JEANNETTE PEIRCE 
Dean of the Class of 1933 



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Administrative Officers 




Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Ph.D. 
Dean 



Laura Woolsey Lord Scales 
B.L., L.H.D. 

Warden 





Joy Secor, A.M. 
Registrar 



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




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Anna Mann Richardson, M.D. 
College Physician 



Elsie Preston Leonard, A.B. 
Purchasing Agent 





Mabelle Babcock Blake, Ed.D. 
Personnel Director 



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H. Mildred Holden, A.B 
Director of Admission 



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Class Deans 




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



Margaret Hill Peoples, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Class of 1934 





Margaret Gale Scott, A.M. 
Dean of the Class of 1935 



Mary Merrow Cook, B.S. 
Dean of the Class of 1936 




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The Faculty 




William Allan Neilson, 

Ph.D., LL.D., L.H.D, Litt.D 
President and Professor of Eng- 
lish Language and Literature 



Harriet Williams Bigelow, Ph.D. 

Professor of Astronomy on the 

Eliza Appleton Haven 

Foundation 





Frank Allan Waterman, Ph.D 
Professor of Physics 



Everett Kimball, Ph.D. 
Professor of Government 





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

Professor of Germanic Languages 
end Literature 



Carl Frederick Augustus Lange, 
PhD. 
Professor of German Langu- 
age and Literature 




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Sidney Norton Deane, Ph.D. 

Professor of Greek on the L. 
Clarke Seelye Foundation and 
Curator of the Museum of 
Classical Antiquities 



John C. Hildt, Ph.D. 
Professor of History on the Syden- 
ham Clark Parsons Foundation 




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



Rebecca Wilder Holmes 

Professor of Music on the Henry 

Dike Sleeper Foundation 



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Florence Alden Gragg, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language and 
Literature 



Amy Louise Barbour, Ph.D. 

Professor of Greek Language and 

Literature on the John M. 

Greene Foundation 




1933 s 



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Mary Belle McElwain, Ph.D. 

Professor of Latin Language and 
Literature 



Suzan Rose Benedict, Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 





William Dodge Gray, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 



Arthur Ware Locke, A.M. 
Professor of Music 





H. Edward Wells, Ph D. (Leipzig) 
Professor of Chemistry on the 
Gates Foundation 



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





Osmond T. Robert, B. es L. 

Professor of French Language 
and Literature 



Wilson Townsend Moog, Mus.B. 
Professor of Music 





Frank Hamilton Hankins, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics and Soci- 
ology on the Mary Huggins 
Gamble Foundation 



Edna Aston Shearer, Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 





William A. Orton, 

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



Samuel Ralph Harlow, Ph.D. 

Professor of Religion and 

Biblical Literature 




1933 s 



[26] 




Howard Rollin Patch, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
Professor of English Language and 
Literature 



Howard Madison Parshley, Sc.D. 
Professor of Zoology 





Paul Robert Lieder, Ph.D. 

Professor of English Language 
and Literature 



Werner Josten 
Professor of Music 





Robert Withington, Ph D., 

Officer de l'lnstruction Publique 
Professor of English Language and 
Literature 



Seth Wakeman, Ph.D. 

Professor of Education and Director 

of the Smith College Day School 

and the Cooperative Nursery 

School 




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William Sentman Taylor, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 



Anna Mann Richardson, M.D. 
College Physician 





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



Josef Wiehr, Ph D. 
Professor of German Language 



and Literature 





Kurt Koffka, Ph.D. (Berlin 
Professor of Psychology 



Margaret Rooke, M.A. (Oxon.) 

Professor of Italian Language 

and Literature 




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Arthur Taber Jones, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 



Frances Grace Smith, Ph.D. 
Professor of Botany 





Emily Ledyard Shields, Ph.D. 
Professor of Latin Language 
and Literature 



Jessie Yereance Cann, Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 





Eleanor Shipley Duckett, 

M.A. (Cantab.), Ph.D., D Lit. 
(Lond.) 
Professor of Latin Language 
and Literature 



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




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Vincent Guilloton, 

Agrege de VUniversite 
Professor of French Language 
and Literature 



Julius Scelye Bixler, Ph.D. 

Professor of Religion and Biblical 

Literature on the Charles N. 

Clark Foundation 





Myra Melissa Sampson, Ph.D. 
Professor of Zoology 



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

Professor of English Language 

and Literature 





Aline de Villele, 

Brevet Superieur 
Professor of French Language 
and Literature 

Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Ph.D. 

Dean and Professor of English 

Language and Literature on 

the Mary Augusta Jordan 

Foundation 



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Sidney Raymond Packard, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 



Harold Underwood Faulkner, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 





Clarence Kennedy, Ph.D. 
Professor of Art 



Oliver Waterman Larkin, A.M. 
Professor of Art 





Elliott Mansfield Grant, Ph. D. 
Professor of French Language 
and Literature 



Vera Lee Brown, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 




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Cortland van Winkle, Ph.D. 
Professor of English Language 
and Literature 



Jere Abbott, B.S. 

Director of the Smith College 

Museum of Art 




Caroline Brown Bourland, Ph.D. 
Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 



Louise Delpit, Concours Certificat Lettres, O A. 

Professor of French Language and Literature en the 

Helen and Laura Shedd Foundation 



Ruth Goulding Wood, PhD. 
Professor of Mathematics 



David Camp Rogers, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 



Esther Lowenthal, Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics and Sociology on the 

Robert A. Woods Foundation 



Merle Eugene Curti, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 



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MARGARET ELIOT MacGREGOR 

Assistant Professor of English and 
Appointed Dean of the Class of 1936 



1933 s 



Other Members of the Faculty 



LOUISA SEWAl.L CHEEVER, A.M 

AIDA AGNES HEINE, A.M 

MARY LOUISE FOSTER, Ph.D 

MARY DELIA LEWIS, A.M 

F. WARREN WRIGHT, PhD 

SUSAN MILLER RAMBO. Ph.D 

GRACE HAZARD CONKLING, B.L., A.M. 
MARGARET BRACKENBURY CROOK, B.A. (Lond.) 



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 



MARY MERROW COOK, B.S. Associate Professor of french Language and Literature and Dean of the Class of 1936 

HELEN ASHHURST CHOATE, Ph.D Associate Professor of Botany 

LIZBETH R. LAUGHTON, A.B Associate Professor of Spoken English 

ALICE M. HOLDEN, Ph.D Associate Professor of Government 

MABELLE BABCOCK BLAKE, Ed.D Personnel Director and Associate Professor of Education 

SAMUEL ATKINS ELIOT, Jr., A.B Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

ELIZABETH ANDROS FOSTER, Ph.D Associate Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

ELIZABETFI FAITH GENUNG, M.S Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

HF.LENE CATTANi-S, DOCTEUR DE L'UNIVERSITE DE PARIS 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 
RENE GUIET, A.M., LIC. ES L. Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

CARY FRANKLIN JACOB, Ph.D Associate Professor of Spoken English 

CATHARINE ELIZABETH KOCH, A.M., M.L.D Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture 

YVONNE IMBAULT-HUART, BI-ADMISSIBILITE AGREGATION, O.A. 

Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

HAROLD EDWARD 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 

DOROTHY SEARS AINSWORTH. Ph.D Associate Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

MIGUEL ZAPATA Y TORRES, Ph.D Associate Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

MARY LILIAS RICHARDSON, A.M Associate Professor of Latin Language and Literature 

MARGARET WOOSTER CURTI. Ph.D Associate Professor of Psychology 

ANNE B. G. HART, A.M Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

ALPHONS P. A. VORENKAMP, Hist. Art. Doct. (Leyden) Associate Professor of Art 

BREWER GODDARD WH1TMORE, A.M Associate Professor of Goi eminent 

ANNA ADtLE CHENOT, A.M Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

GLADYS AMELIA ANSLOW, Ph.D Associate Professor of Physics 

LOUISE MARIE BOURGOIN, LIC. ES L Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

MARIE MILLIETTE Associate Professor of Music 

LUCY LORD BARRANGON, A.M Associate Professor of Art 

MARY EVELYN CLARKE, Ph.D. (Lond.) Associate Professor of Philosophy 

S. McCLELLAN BUTT, Ph.D Associate Professor of Philosophy 

LELAND HALL, A.M Associate Professor of Music 

H. MILDRED HOLDEN, A.B . . Director of Admission 

LURA SAWYER OAK, Ph.D. . Associate Professor of Education and Principal of the Cooperatite Nursery School 

JOY SECOR, A.M Registrar 

SOLON ROBINSON Associate Professor of Music 

MINA KIRSTEIN CURTISS, A.M Associate Professor of English Language and Literature 

LEONA CHRISTINE GABEL, Ph.D Associate Professor of History 

MADELEINE GUILLOTON, LIC. ES L., A.M. . . . Associate Professor of French Language and Literature 

C. PAULINE BL : RT. Ph.D .... Associate Professor of Chemistry 

MARTHE STURM, LIC. ES L., Diplome d'Etudes Superieures .... Associate Professor of Psychology 

ELIZABETH MAUD COLLINS, Ed.M. Associate Professor of Education and Principal of the Smith College Day S, boot 

F. WII.HELM KAUFMANN, Ph.D Associate Professor of German Language and Literature 

Associate Professor of History 

Associate Professor of Economics and Sociology 

Associate Professor of French language and Literature 



WALTER CARL BARNES, B.A. (Oxon.) 
HOWARD PAUL BECKER. Ph.D. . 
IOHN MASSON SMITH, Ph.D 
MARGARET GALE SCOTT, A.M . 
VERA A. SICKELS, A.M. 
FRANCES CAMPBELL McINNES, A.M 
EDITH BURNETT, B.S. . 



Associate Professor of History and Dean of the Class of 1935 

Associate Professor of Spoken English 

Associate Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

Associate Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 



1933 s 



AGNES CARR VAUGHAN, Ph.D Associate Professor of Creek Language and Literature 

DOROTHY CAROLIN BACON, Ph.D . Associate Professor of Economics and Sociology 

VIOLA FLORENCE BARNES, Ph.D Associate Professor of History 

UNO HELMER HELGESSON, M.D Associate Physician 

IVAN TIMOFEEVITCH GOROKHOFF Assistant Professor of Choral Music 

ROBERT MERRILL DEWEY. A.M. . . . Assistant Professor of Spoken English and Secretary of the Faculty 

MARY JANE GARBER, AM . . Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

H. LOUISA BILLINGS, A.M Assistant Professor of Physics 

LEAH C. THOMAS Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

ANACLETA CANDIDA VEZZETTI, Diploma Superiore di Maeiuero (Turin) 

Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 
Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

Assistant Professor of Spoken English 

Assistant Professor of Botany 



A.B. 



RUTH WENDELL COOPER, 
FRANCIS T. S. POWELL 
SARA BACHE-WIIG, M.S. 

MARGARET HILL PEOPLES, Ph.D 

Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature and Dean of the Class of 19)4 

GERTRUDE GOSS Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

ANN ELIZABETH CHANEY, A.M Assistant Professor of German Language and Literature 

MAURICE HAYES CROSBY, A.M Assistant Professor of Education 

RAYMOND PUTMAN Assistant Professor of Music 

NEWTON ARVIN, A.B. ........ Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

DORIS SILBERT, A.M Assistant Professor of Music 

BLANCHE MITCHELL, A.M. ....... Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

RUTH ELIZABETH YOUNG, A.M Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

CLARA WHITNEY CRANE, Ph.D Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

WAYNE EYER MANNING, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Botany 

KATHARINE LAMBERT RICHARDS, A.M. . . Assistant Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature 

CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH WILDER, A.M Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

DORCAS BRIGHAM, A.M Assistant Professor of Botany 

HELEN JEANNETTE PEIRCE, A.M. Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature and Dean of the Class of 19!) 

MARINE ELIZABETH LELAND, Ph.D Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

ROBERT FRANK COLLINS, A.M Assistant Professor of Geology and Geography 

JAMES JEROME GIBSON, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Psychology 

RUTH W. CRAWFORD, A.M Acting Director of Admission 

DOROTHY DAY, PH.D Assistant Professor of Botany 

MAITLAND DE GOGORZA Assistant Professor of Art 

ERNEST CHARLES DRIVER, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Zoology 

E. FRANCES STILWELL, A.M Assistant Professor of Zodlogj 

WILLIAN BEAUMONT SCATCHARD, MUS.B., B.S. . Assistant Professor of Music 

CYRUS FLINT STIMSON, Jr., A.M Assistant Professor of Art 

MARGARET ALEXANDER MARSH, A.M Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

KARL SCOTT PUTNAM, B.S. A Assistant Professor of Architecture 

W. ROLFE BROWN, S.T.M Assistant Professor of Religion and Bihlical Literature 

HELEN M. DEANE, A.B., B.S., M.D Assistant Physician 

DOROTHY WOLFF DOUGLAS, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 

MADELEINE PARKER GRANT, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Zoology 

FRITZ KARL EUGEN HEIDER, Ph.D. (Graz) Assistant Professor of Education 

KATHERINE GEE HORNBEAK, Ph.D Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

RUTH LEE KENNEDY, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

VINCENT M. SCRAMUZZA. Ph.D Assistant Professor of History 

MARJORIE WILLIAMS, A.M Assistant Professor of Astronomy 

NORA MAY MOHLER, A.M Assistant Professor of Physics 

RUTH LYDIA SAW, Ph.D. (Lond.) Assistant Professor of Philosophy 

JEAN STRACHAN WILSON, Ph.D. (Lond.) Assistant Professor of History 

HANNA FAY FATERSON, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Psychology 

MARIETTA EMMA DETTI, Diploma htituto di Magistero 

Superiore (Florence) ......... Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature 

GERTRUDE HELEN COSGROVE DUNHAM, Ph.D. . . Assistant Professor of German Language and Literature 

ROSS LEE FINNEY, Jr A.B Assistant Professor of Music 



ANITA W. FORD. Ph.D. 
KATHERINE P. REDING, A.M. 
HARRIETTE OVERTON AULL, A.M. 
GILBERT HAVEN AYRES, Ph.D. 
GLADYS EUGENIA BRYSON, Ph.D. 



Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 



1933 s 



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A.M. 



Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of German Language ami Literature 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Assistant Professor of Botany 

Assistant Professor <if French Language ami Literature 

, Assistant Professor of Geology and Geography 



Assistant Professor of French Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Geology ami Geography 

Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature 

Assistant Professor of Physics 

Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature 

Instructor m Hygiene and Physical Education 

Instructor in Music 

Instructor in Zoology 

French 



JOAQUIN CASALDUERO, Ph.D. (Madrid) 

PAUL GERALD GRAHAM. Ph.D. 

NEAL HENRY McCOY, Ph.D. 

ELINOR VAN DORN SMITH, A.M. 

JEANNE SEIGNEUR GUIET, Brevet Super. eur, 

CAROLINE ELLA HEMINWAY, A.M 

Ml I \ A ELIZABETH LIND, A.B., Lie. is L., Docteur dc PUi 

de Paris .......... 

BENJAMIN MARTIN SHAUB, Ph.D 

CHARLES JARVIS HILL, Ph.D 

JAMES FREDERIC KOEHLER, A.M 

GRETCHEN TODD STARCK, A.B 

AMY LINDNER 

BIANCA DEL VECCHIO, Diploma di Magistero (Naples) 
ELIZABETH GRAHAM FRAME, M.A. (Dalhousie) 

ANNE GASOOL, A.M 

MARY HAMILTON FINCKE, A.B., R.N 

HELEN MUCHNIC, A.M 

RICHARD HOWELL POST, B.S 

A. JEANNE SALEIL, Diplome d'Etudes Superieures, 

Concours Certificat Lettres ...... 

MARGARET STORRS, Ph.D 

EDNA REES WILLIAMS, A.M Instructor in English 

ELIZABETH EAST DRAPEAU, A.M Instructor in Zoology 

MARGARET KEMP, A.M Instructor in Botany 

FRANCES BENNETT BECKER, B.S Instructor in Economics and Sociology 

ELIZABETH ABBOT COPELAND, A.B Instructor in Zoology 

MARGARET DENNY. A.M . Instructor in English Language and Literature 

A. VIRGINIA NEWCOMER, A.M Instructor in Zoology 

MARION LAVINIA DE RONDE, A.B Instructor in Music 

MICHELE F. CANTARELLA, A.M Instructor in Italian Language and Literature 

ELISABETH KOFFKA, Ph.D. (Gicssen) Instructor in History 

PRUDENCE WRIGHT WALLIS, A.B Instructor ill Hygiene and Physical Education 

MARJORY PORRITT NIELD, A.M Vocational Secretary 

A. GERALDINE WHITING, M.S Instructor in Botany 

ELSA MARGAREETA SIIPOLA, A.M Instructor in Psychology 



Instructor 



lil'tructor 



Instrut tor 



Language and Literature 

Instructor in Hygiene 

English Language and Literature 

Instructor in Zoology 



French 



Language and Literature 
Instructor in Philosophy 
Language and Literature 



MARIAN BAUCUS. A.B. 
EVELYN F. JENNINGS, B.S. 
NANCY HARPER McCREARY, A.M 
VERA EFRON MINTZ, A.M. 
HENRIETTE PELLETIER, C"ncoi>rs 
THOMAS AURALDO RILEY, A.B. 
MARIAN DONAHUE TOLLES, A.M. 
PAUL LAMBERT RICHARDS, A.M. 
ELIZABETH GREGORY PERKINS. A.M. 
HELEN STOBBE, A.M. 
JOHN VICTOR COOPER, B.A. (Oxon.) 
SUSANNA PORTER EDMONDSON, A.M. 
EDITH LINNEA LINDBERG, B.S. 
JANET WARD O'LOUGHLIN, B.S. 
FRANCES EMMA PIERCE, A.B. 
LOIS TRIPP SLOCUM, Ph.D. 
RACHEL ELIZABETH SPINNEY, A.B. 
MARIE BATEMAN BRAINERD, A.M. 
CONSTANCE LA MOTTE DAVISON, 
SYLVIA KENDRICK HAZELTON, A.B. 
HELEN ZERBE HUNT. A.B. . 
ELEANOR IACK GIBSON, A.B. 
ESTHER ELIZABETH TONES, A.B. 
ELIZABETH LA RUE. A.B. 



Instruct!, 

Instructo 

Instructo 



Certificat Lettres 



Spanish Language and Literature 

Hygiene and Physical Education 

English Language and Literature 

liislrm tor in Russian Language 

French Language and Literature 

German Language and Literature 

Instructor in Economics and Sociology 

Instructor in Italian Lanvnave and Literature 

Instructor in Geology ami Geography 

Instructor in Geology and Geography 

Instructor in History 



Instructo 

Instructo 



Instructor 
Instrui In, 
Instructor 

Instructor 



Assistant 



MARY VALEDIA REED. A.B Assistant 



HUI DA IOHNSON REES, A.B. 
ELIZABETH CARRINGTON MAYO, 
GRETCHEN BRIGHT MUELLER, 
MADELEINE FRANCES ROBERT, 

ELENA MARIA SBREGA, A.B 

GIUSEPPE ANTONIO BORGESE, Ph.D. 

(Florence) .... Visiting Profess< 



A.B. 
A.B. 
A.B. 



Assistant 
Assistant 



in French Language and Literature 

in Hygiene and Physical Education 

in Hygiene and Physical Education 

in Hygiene and Physical Education 

Instructor in Astronomy 

Instructor in Hygiene 

Assistant in Psychology 

' Geology and Geography 

Assistant in Psychology 

Geology and Geography 

Assistant in Psychology 

Assistant in Music 

Assistant in Chemistry 

in Botany 

Psychology 

Chemistry 

Chemistry 

Literature 

Literature 



istant 



Erem 
Itali, 



Assistant 
Assistant 
Assistant 
Language 
Language 



art J 



of Comparative Literature on the William Allen Neil son Foundation 




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Celia Adams 

415 Linden Street 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 



Marion Rogers Allen 

22 East Essex Avenue 

Landsdowne, Pa. 





Margaret Rhea Aldous 
301 Aycrigg Avenue 
Passaic, N. J. 



Victoria Avery Allen 
Petersburg, N. Y. 





Gertrude-Vere Allen 
150 Madison Place 
Ridgewood, N. J. 



Jane Ailing 

Sol's Path 

Northford, Conn. 




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Florence Areson 

153 Bellevue Avenue 

Upper Montclair, N. J. 



Elizabeth Atlee 

Bausman P. O. 

Lancaster, Pa. 





Harriet Arnold 
55 Emmons Road 
West Roxbury, Mass. 



Jean McKay Averill 

130 East Main Street 

Webster, N. Y. 





Carolyn Ann Ashby 
120 Beverly Road 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 



Jean Babcock 

452 West 8th Street 

Plainfield, N. J. 




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Justine Osgood Bailey 
855 St. Marks Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Margaret Lounetta Baker 
Delaware, Ohio 





Ann Faber Baker 
429 Stelle Avenue 
Plainfield, N. J. 



Claudia Dorine Balson 

252 Layfayette Avenue 

Passaic, N. J. 





Lois Annette Baker 
192 Bartlett Road 
Winthrop, Mass. 



Helen Woodbury Barlow 
157 Main Street 
Amherst, Mass. 




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Marian Ware Barnum 
Canton, Mass. 



Margaret Judd Beach 

20 Cragmoor 

Cape Elizabeth, Maine 





Eileen Kilroy Barrows 
1041 Ridge Avenue 
Evanston, 111. 



Elizabeth Virginia Beale 

1915 S Street N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 





Mary Elizabeth Bates 
101 Shepherd Street 
Chevy Chase, Md. 



Ruth Beardslee 

2732 Irving Avenue South 

Minneapolis, Minn. 




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Frances Ford Beck 
215 Northway 
Guilford 
Baltimore, Md. 



Jane Winchester Bennett 

76 Everit Street 

New Haven, Conn. 





Mary Emiline Benjamin 
1660 N. Washington Avenue 
Scranton, Pa. 



Susanna Pelletreau Bennett 
Middletown, N. J. 





Virginia Bordeaux Benjamin 
Jefferson Apartments 
Washington, D. C. 



Floretta Carolyn Bernstein 

87 Bronx Avenue 

Bridgeport, Conn. 




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Ruth Besson 

4 West 93rd Street 

New York City 



Eleanor Pinder Blaney 

53 Morton Road 

Swampscott, Mass 





Eleanor Birdsall 

47 Duck Pond Road 

Glen Cove, N. Y. 



Florence Natalie Blumenthal 

324 Fern Street 

West Hartford, Conn. 





Helen Georgia Bissell 
49 Saybrook Place 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Eleanor Bohn 
30 Lockstead Avenue 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 




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Nancy Boothby 
176 Warren Street 
Brookline, Mass. 



Priscilla Boyd 

99 Bradford Street 

Needham, Mass. 





Miriam Edith Botwinik 
450 Norton Parkway 
New Haven, Conn. 



Dorothy Virginia Boyles 

5109 Webster Street 

Omaha, Nebr. 





Marion Bouteiller 
34 Lawn Avenue 
Middletown, Conn. 



Helen Cushman Bragdon 

7 Peasenhall Lane 

Cincinnati, Ohio 




"1933 s 



1481 




Janet Louise Breig 
1302 Gibson Street 
Scranton, Pa. 



Nancy Grinnel Brimmer 

2722 Carey Avenue 

Cheyenne, Wyo. 





Myra Natalie Bresky 
32 Park Street 
Brookline, Mass. 



Elizabeth Brooks 

The Three Brooks 

North Street 

Greenwich, Conn. 





Mary X. Briganti 
3572 DeKalb Avenue 
Bronx, N. Y. 



Mary McLeod Brooks 
23 Boynton Avenue 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 




1933 s 



[491 




Alice Haselden Brown 
Box 594 
Stockbridge, Mass. 



Mary Elizabeth Brown 

1111 South Wall Street 

Spokane, Wash. 






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Edna Elizabeth Brown 
70 Division Avenue 
Belleville, N. J. 



Ruth Augusta Bryan 

704— 6th Street 

Portsmouth, Ohio 





Mary Eleanor Brown 
209 East Federick Street 
Rhinelander, Wis. 



Bernice Esther Budgell 

4 Alden Street 

Danvers, Mass. 




1933 



1501 



^ 




Viola Hewit Buell 
426 Prospect Street 
New Haven, Conn. 



Mignon Audrey Bushel 

640 Riverside Drive 

New York City 





Valeria Dean Burgess 
1 Burgess Road 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Scofield Bushnell 
248 Ogden Street 
New Haven, Conn. 





Virginia Trowbridge Bush 
2921 Warrington Road 
Cleveland, Ohio 






Charlotte Serena Butler 

660 North Colony Street 

Meriden, Conn. 




[511 




Muriel Bacon Buttling 
404 Sterling Place 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Janet Holloway Cairns 
161 Wildwood Avenue 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 





Mary Frances Bryne 
14 Malbone Road 
Newport, R. I. 



Edith Storer Campbell 

58 Lakeview Avenue 

Cambridge, Mass. 





Mary Priscilla Cahill 
131 Moraine Street 
Brockton, Mass 



Jean Campbell 

Hotel Gramatan 

Bronxville, N. Y. 




[52] 



1 




Anna Bradford Carr 
300 Clinton Road 
Brookline, Mass. 



Margaret Binkley Carver 

1317 Linden Avenue 

Baltimore, Md. 





Carolyn Frances Carr 
47 Oak Ridge Road 
West Medford, Mass. 



Virginia Cather 

1225 South Center Street 

Casper, Wyo. 





Elizabeth Carter 
5 Coe Avenue 
Meriden, Conn. 



Helen Roberta Chaddock 

39 Claremont Ave. 

New York City 




:s3] 







Mary Boddie Cheatham 
845 Holt Drive 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Pauline Clay Christie 

1304 Delaware Avenue 

Wilmington, Del. 





Ann Chess 

1150 Sutter Avenue 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mary Bement Claflin 

5840 Overbrook Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. 





Catherine Christie 
1304 Delaware Avenue 
Wilmington, Del. 



Dorothy Gilman Clark 

49 Woodland Street 

Hartford, Conn. 




541 







Virginia May Clark 
1102— 6th Street South 
Fargo, N. D. 



Alice Ansbacher Cohen 

995— 5th Avenue 

New York City 





Frances Cobb 

1601 Magnolia Drive 

Cleveland, Ohio 



Leona Cohen 

374 Main Street 

Nashua, N. H. 





Janet Cobb 

1601 Magnolia Drive 

Cleveland, Ohio 



Beatrice Colby 

31 Farlow Road 

Newton, Mass 




55] 



. 




Violet Emilie Colin 
17 Munroe Street 
Holyoke, Mass. 



Marjorie Whitney Cook 
22 Dana Street 
Amherst, Mass. 





Margaret Swancott Conklin 
36 Paulding Avenue 
Tarrytown, N. Y. 



Mary Elizabeth Cornwall 
Pultneyville, N. Y. 





Doris Estelle Cook 
10 South 2nd Street 
Meriden, Conn. 



Dorothy Irene Council 

248 South Street 

Northampton, Mass. 




[561 




Elizabeth Camp Coy 
416 Park Place 
Cloquet, Minn. 



Margery French Davis 

2015 Geddes Avenue 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 





Florence N. Cracauer 
90 Glenwood Road 
Englewood, N. J. 



Adele Dayton 

102 Edwards Street 

Torrington, Conn. 





Virginia Daniells 

2221 Parkwood Avenue 

Toledo, Ohio 



Minnie Elizabeth De Chant 

227 Carmita Avenue 

Rutherford, N. J. 




[57] 




Doris Clark Dibble 
17 Beecher Street 
Naugatuck, Conn. 



Theresa Dodge 

28 Albion Street 

Hyde Park, Mass. 





Alice Joanne Dissette 

3665 Washington Boulevard 

Indianapolis. Ind. 



Margaret Louise Dodson 

% Western Dodson Co. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 





Esther Dobbs 

86 Jefferson Street 

Perth Amboy, N. J. 



Mary Dorion 

Hotel Barbizon-Plaza 

101 West 58th Street 

New York City 




58] 




Alma Nichols Drabble 
11 Colonial Road 
Providence. R. I. 



Rulh Elizabeth Dunlap 
Lancaster, Pa. 





Gertrude Kaercher Dreshman 
1918 Mahantongo Street 
Pottsville, Pa. 



Charlotte Dusser de Barenne 
245 East Roek Road 
New Haven, Conn. 





Marie Madeleine Dubreuil 
Apartado 92, Cienfuegos 
Santa Clara, Cuba 



Eleanor Egan 

105 East Delaware Avenue 

Chicago, 111. 




591 




Dorothy Jenness Ehleider 
11 Whitehouse Avenue 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Edith Hemenway Eustis 

Canton Avenue 

Readville, Mass. 





Florence Elizabeth Ehlers 
209 South Mountain Avenue 
Montclair, N. J. 



Mary Lee Evans 

50 Canton Avenue 

Milton, Mass. 





Helene Chadwick Ely 
Lyme, Conn. 



Eleanor Sowers Faison 

Cambridge Arms 

Baltimore, Md. 




160] 




Louise Frances Farnsworth 
321 Court Street 
Janesville, Wis. 



Jane Ferris 

Ellen Emerson House 

Northampton, Mass. 





Jean Farquhar 

920 West Broad Street 

Bethlehem, Pa. 



Katherine Marie FitzGerald 

405 Manning Boulevard 

Albany, N Y. 





Edith Frances Marie Fatka 
1477 Main Street 
Hartford, Conn. 



Helen Josephine Fleming 

606 West 122nd Street 

New York City 




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161 




Bertha Basnett Floyd 

17 Tennis Place Apartments 

Forest Hills, N. Y. 



Elinor Whitney Fosdick 

606 West 122nd Street 

New York City 





Elizabeth Thacher Floyd 
246 Marlborough Street 
Boston, Mass. 



Dorothy Evelyn Frandsen 

35 Lincoln Avenue 

Amherst, Mass. 





Mary Ford 

306 Congress Place 

Pasadena, Cal. 



Eleanor May Freeman 

20 Meredith Street 

West Roxbury, Mass. 




1933 s 



162] 



y 




Charlotte Gertrude Freiberg 
740 North Crescent Avenue 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



Jane Louise Garrettson 

East Coolspring Avenue 

Michigan City, Ind. 





Elizabeth Dotterer Gamble 
4632 Hazel Avenue West 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Helen Geller 

115 Central Park West 

New York City 





Rosemary Gannon 

55 West Housatonic Street 

Pittsfield, Mass. 



Ruth Gerson 
Elizabethtown, N. Y. 




r 63 




Evelyn Beatrice Gerstein 
57 Longwood Avenue 
Brookline, Mass. 



Virginia Beaumont Gilbert 

260 Riviera Avenue 

Portland, Ore. 





Mary-Lucille Getchell 
205 Prospect Street 
Woonsocket, R. I. 



Fredericka Elizabeth Gilfillan 

706 West Walnut Street 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 





Anne Elizabeth Gilbert 
Locust Hill 
Gilbertsville, N. Y. 



Marjorie Frieda Ginsburg 

295 Pond Street 

Jamaica Plain, Mass. 




1933 s 



[641 




Ellen Gleason 
60 Ramsey Park 
Rochester, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Glynn 

56 Hancock Street 

Lexington, Mass. 





Mary Ruth Gleason 
147 Ralston Avenue 
South Orange, N. J. 



Margery Alice Goldsmith 

42 East 65th Street 

New York City 





Mary Louise Gloyd 
43 North Park Avenue 
Fond du Lac, Wis. 



Helen Anita Goldstein 

124 West 79th Street 

New York City 




165; 




Rita Phyllis Gomberg 
2550 Grand Avenue 
New York City 



Margaret Gordon 

374 Lincoln Avenue 

Winnetka, 111. 





Marjorie Arline Goodman 
6 West 77th Street 
New York City 



May Gould 

16 Louisburg Square 

Boston, Mass. 





Mollie Southwick Goodwin 
187 Varnum Avenue 
Lowell, Mass. 



Harriett Sutliff Green 

2975 Glengarry Road 

Cleveland, Ohio 




66 




Kate Mott Greene 
8011 St. Martin's Lane 
Chestnut Hill, Pa. 



Barbara Grimm 

24 Loomis Avenue 

Windsor, Conn. 





Edith Eleanor Greenleaf 
284 Tappan Street 
Brookline, Mass. 



Marion Groezinger 

Lawrence House 

Northampton, Mass. 





Jacquelin Griffiths 
12 Belmont Avenue 
Northampton, Mass. 



Eleanor Hart Grout 

360 Main Street 

Burlington, Vt. 




(67J 




Pearl Sylvia Guttman 
600 West 111th Street 
New York City 



Margaret Linn Hamilton 

416 Walnut Avenue 

Fairmont, W. Va. 





Roberta Bowers Hall 
37 East Church Street 
Bethelehm, Pa. 



Katherine Virginia Hampton 

41 Edge Hill Road 

Little Rock, Ark. 





Elizabeth Halsey 
17 East 89th Street 
New York City 



Harriet Matilda Hansen 

2234 Asbury Avenue 

Evanston, 111. 




\93y 



6S 




Nellie Frances Harrington 
34 Vernon Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Rose-Marie Harris 

906 St. Mark's Avenue 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Helen Mary Harris 
110 Old Forest Road 
Toronto, Canada 



Crace Effie Harrison 

311 East Scribner Avenue 

DuBois, Pa. 





Lucile Lanning Harris 
2534 Kemper Road 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Katharine Florence Hartfelder 

151 Ambassador Drive 

Rochester, N. Y. 




1933 s 



[691 




Ruth Helen Hausman 
153 West 96th Street 
New York City 



Marian Louise Tamm Hein 

3514 -150th Place 

Flushing, N. Y. 





Lois Elizabeth Hawkins 
312 Main Street 
Northport, N. Y. 



Carolin Mahler Heller 

2228 Harcourt Drive 

Cleveland, Ohio 





Laura Field Haywood 
21 George Street 
Pittsfield, Mass. 



Leonore Ella Hellman 

2828 Edgehill Road 

Cleveland, Ohio 




[70] 




Marguerite Simpson 

Hendrickson 
139 Wallace Street 
Red Bank, N. J. 



Elizabeth Frances Herridge 

15 Albion Street 

Passaic, N. J. 





Elizabeth Margaret Henneberg 
337 Convers Avenue 
Zanesville, Ohio 



Sara Parsons Hilken 

512 Woodlawn Road 

Roland Park 

Baltimore, Md 





Florence Margaret Henry 
23 Washington Avenue 
Northampton, Mass. 



Theresa Charlotte Hoglund 

219 Union Street 

Gardner, Mass. 





Marguerite Francis Holbrook 
% Mr. E. W. Banister 
625 Skinker Road South 
St. Louis, Mo 



Julia Hopkins 

Davis Road 

Port Washington, N. Y. 





Margaret Esther Hoover 
721 North Broad Street 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



Charlotte Elizabeth Horman 

1173 Wendell Avenue 

Schnectady, N. Y. 





Carolyn Elizabeth Oakey 

Hopkins 
18 Helen Street 
Saranac Lake, N. Y. 



Marion Helen Horn 

400 Whitney Avenue 

New Haven, Conn. 




1933 s 



721 




Lucy Glen Horner 
181 East 80th Street 
New York City 



Barbara Howard 
Farmington, Mass. 





Lucy Frances Horsfall 

Miamba 

Pembroke, Bermuda 



Janet Louise Howell 

Prospect Street 

Framingham, Mass. 





Constance Houghton 
680 Summit Avenue 
Westfield, N. J. 



Sara Anne Hubler 

223 Superior Avenue 

Dayton, Ohio 






Mary Caroline Hulst 
18 Cottage Street 
Greenwich, N. Y. 



Dorothy Frances Isaacs 

160-15— 13th Avenue 

Beechhurst, L. I., N Y. 





Eleanora Hutchinson 
169 Allerton Road 
Newton Highlands, Mass. 



Lois Adelaide Jameson 

Haven House 

Northampton, Mass. 





Mary Williams Hutchinson 
283 Highwood Avenue 
Ridgewood, N. J. 



Grace Edith Jarco 

303 West 160th Street 

New York City 




1933 s 



[741 




Katharine Lea Jarman 
Quarters 27 
West Point, N. Y. 



Marjorie Joslyn Jones 

2506 North Terrace Avenue 

Milwaukee, Wis. 





Beatrice Cook Johnson 
3224 Hyde Park Avenue 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 



Martha Melissa Jones 

140 North Parkway Avenue 

Columbus, Ohio 





Dorothy Johnson 
56 Warren Avenue 
Woburn, Mass. 



Emily Joy 

196 Woodland Street 

Bristol, Conn. 




1933 



175] 




Margaret Joy 

196 Woodland Street 

Bristol, Conn. 



Helen Marie Kebabian 

682 Prospect Street 

New Haven, Conn. 





Marcia Ellen Judd 
Woodbury Road 
Watertown, Conn. 



Margaret Ray Kell 

729 Sycamore Street 

Decatur, Ga. 





Margery Gladys Kaufman 
941 Park Avenue 
New York City 



Suzanne Lawson Keller 

321 Main Street 

Bristol, Conn. 




76 




Eunice Jayne Kellogg 
603 Tremont Avenue 
Westfield, N. J. 



Frances Louise King 

1324 Central Street 

Evanston, III. 





Priscilla Kennaday 
138 East 78th Street 
New York City 



Leona Kleban 

247 Cedar Avenue 

West End, N. J. 





Ruth Kimball 

148 Bellevue Avenue 

Melrose, Mass. 



Anna Elisabeth Knedler 
Moscow, Pa. 




1933 



77] 




Ruth Miriam Knight 
15 Lancaster Street 
Worcester, Mass. 



Adele Evelyn Koestler 

360 El Mora Avenue 

Elizabeth, N. J. 





Mary Wharton Knox 
1125 Whitman Street 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Constance Gretchen Kreimer 
69 Warren Street 
Fitchburg, Mass. 





Virginia Marcella Koerber 
5 Stearns Court 
Northampton, Mass. 



Anna Katharine Lacey 

32 Jason Street 

Arlington, Mass. 




[781 




Janet Lahey 

236 Elderwood Avenue 

Pelham, N. Y. 



Beatrice Margaret Lent 

8 Church Street 

Saranac Lake, N. Y. 





Thelma Blanche Laurin 
169 Parkview Avenue 
Lowell, Mass. 



Jane Leonard 

256 West 16th Place 

Chicago Heights, 111, 





Elizabeth Westwood Lee 
54 Belmont Avenue 
Northampton, Mass. 



Marion Elsa Levine 

591 Euclid Avenue 

Elmira, N Y. 




[79] 




Elinor Steven Levis 
425 East 51st Street 
New York City 



Elizabeth Lewis 

2211 Kamehameha Avenue 

Honolulu, Hawaii 





Janice Edith Levy 
93 Marion Street 
Brookline, Mass. 



Jane Macklin Lewis 

315 Farmer Street 

Syracuse, N. Y. 





Catherine Lewerth 
59 Lewis Apartments 
Forest Hills Gardens, 
L. I., N. Y. 



Marjorie Cophine Lewis 

Amazovae 57 

Mexico City, Mexico 




[801 




Mary Proal Lindeke 
345 Summilt Avenue 
St. Paul, Minn. 



Helen Youmans Long 

4910 Center Avenue 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Louise Sara Lindner 
3325 Fairmont Boulevard 
Cleveland, Ohio 



Elizabeth Dalgleish Longmore 

158 Clinton Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Nancy Lorraine Lindsey 
24 Lamartine Terrace 
Yonkers, N. Y. 



Margaret Frances Lord 

4340 Ashland Avenue 

Norwood, Ohio 




1933 s 



[81] 




Virginia Weeks Lowrie 
1025 Harvard Road 
Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. 



Anne Mifflin McDowell 

Llanfair & Montgomery 

Ardmore, Pa. 





Marjorie Lewis MacDonald 
858 Carroll Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Ruth Nelson Macduff 

120 Requa Street 

Peeksvill, N. Y. 





Helen Cecilia McDonough 
149 Vine Street 
New Britain, Conn. 



Harriett Elizabeth McGarry 
Fenton, Mich. 




[82] 




Katharine Nina McGarry 
195 Shady Drive West 
Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 



Marion Mcllveen 

260 Godwin Avenue 

Ridgewood, N. J. 





Ruth Mary McGlynn 
64 Kinsley Street 
Nashua, N. H. 



Lois McLaughlin 

58 Cathedral Avenue 

Hempsted, N. Y. 





Neva Eileen McGrath 
Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 



Ruth McLaughlin 

58 Cathedral Avenue 

Hempsted, N. Y. 





Leone Maclean 
Lake Minnetonka 
Mound, Minn. 



Miriam Natalie Macomber 

2330 Munroe Street 

Toledo, Ohio 





Janet Emerson McMullen 
493 3rd Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Jane Maquire 
Fredericksburg, Va. 





Elizabeth Mylod Anne 

McNamara 
Sport Hill Road, R F. D. 1 
Bridgeport, Conn. 



Elizabeth Ann Mahoney 

38 Mostyn Street 

Beach Bluff, Mass. 




[84] 




Helen Robbins Malone 
197 Clinton Road 
Brookline, Mass. 



Laura Evans Marden 

Scarborough- on- Hudson 

N. Y. 




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Mary Alice Manley 
2402 East 2nd Street 
Duluth, Minn. 



Terese Marks 

1821 Hughitt Avenue 

Superior, Wis. 





Jeannette Frances Manning 
61 Chester Street 
Newton Highlands, Mass. 



Margaret Eleanor Martin 

340 Prospect Street 

Ridgewood, N. J. 




1933 



[85] 




Margaret Frances Marx 
336 Mountain Avenue 
Ridgewood, N. J. 



Elisabeth Mathesius 

39 Glenbrook Road 

Stamford, Conn. 





Elizabeth Miller Masser 
Orwigsbury, Pa. 



Daisy Mattei 
3 Antonsanti Avenue 
Santurce, Porto Rico 





Margaret Linden Mather 
% Alan Mather 
Riverdale Country School 
253rd Street 
New York City 



Mary Ann May 
Sunshine, Wyo. 




[86 




Mary Mignot May 
180 Schenck Avenue 
Great Neck, N. Y. 



Emily Robinson Merrill 
7 Horicon Avenue 
Glens Falls, N. Y. 





Ruth Mehlman 
432 Sumner Avenue 
Springfield, Mass. 



Janet Merryweather 
Gates Mills, Ohio 





Dorothy Van Zandt Meigs 
Elm Street 
Concord, Mass. 



Alexandra Meyendorff 

Kumma 

Keila, Estonia 




[871 




Jane Louise Meyer 
70 Lesley Street 
Newark, N. J. 



Ruth Marian Miksac 

1448 Lake Shore Drive 

Chicago, 111. 





Virginia May Meyers 
96 Parkway West 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



Edith Catherine Miller 

698— 14th Avenue 

Paterson, N. J. 





Marie Frances Middleton 
North Street, Box 55 
Greenwich, Conn. 



Jean Frances Miller 

3065 Lincoln Boulevard 

Cleveland, Ohio 




1933 s 




Helen Montgomery 
64 Grand Avenue 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Eva Morrison 

875 West End Avenue 

New York City 





Cristal Morison 
44 Melrose Place 
Montclair, N. J. 



Marjorie Laurafred Mott 

509— 1st Street North 

Virginia, Minn. 





Martha Louise Morris 
193 East 75th Street 
New York City 



Joyce Wood Mundt 

7000 South Shore Drive 

Chicago, 111. 




[891 




Jean Armstrong Murdock 
224 Highland Avenue 
Ridgewood, N. J. 



Eleanor Newhall 

51 Nahant Street 

Lynn, Mass. 





Helen Nebolsine 
1065 Madison Avenue 
New York City 



Laura Anne Newton 

2982 Torrington Road 

Cleveland, Ohio 





Jean Hamilton Newbury 
Waretown, N. J. 



Barbara Nichols 

18 Norman Road 

Newton Highlands, Mass. 




901 




Elizabeth Myfanwy Nutting 
73 Mt. Vernon Street 
West Roxbury, Mass. 



Mildred Lightfoot Ogden 

3 Highland Avenue 

Great Neck, N. Y. 





Helen Stanton O'Brien 
Rosehill Avenue 
Tarrytown, N. Y. 



Mary Louise Olmsted 

122 Windsor Avenue 

Buffalo, N. Y. 





Eleanor Jane O'Connor 
203 State Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Gertrude la Cour Olsen 

33 Lewis Street 

Perth Amboy, N. J. 




[91 




Mary Frances O'Neil 
6805 Washington Avenue 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Josephine Gilbert Paret 

50 East Oak Avenue 

Moorestown, N. J 





Elizabeth Orr 
1023 Main Street 
Worcester, Mass. 



Evelyn Grace Patterson 

845 East 150th Street 

Cleveland, Ohio 





Marion Ellen Outerbridge 

Oyster Bay 

Long Island, N. Y. 



Elizabeth Norton Payson 

40 Bowdoin Street 

Portland, Maine 




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[92] 




Mary Payson 

Cape Elizabeth, Maine 



Isabelle Lawrence Pendleton 

4317 Dakota Street 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Una Louise Peavey 
128 Cumberland Street 
Bangor, Maine 



Bertha Perlstein 
47 Hillcrest Avenue 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 




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Alexandria Pederson 
438 West 116th Street 
New York City 



Eleanor Gray Perry 

85 Cottage Street 

Brookline, Mass. 




193; 




Penelope Hutton Perry 
Fountain Farm 
Dover, Mass. 



Peggy Pitman 

Hotel Roosevelt, Suite 565 

New York City 





Catherine Phillips 

159 Washington Street 

Gloucester, Mass. 



Anne Chittenden Pitts 

137 West Lanvale Street 

Baltimore, Md. 





Belle Lupton Pike 
132 Ostrander Avenue 
Riverhead, L. I., N. Y. 



Mabel Eleanor Potter 
270 Pearl Street 

Springfield, Mass. 





[941 




Mary Elizabeth Powell 
12 Amherst Road 
Cynwyd, Pa. 



Joan Lascelles Ranson 

1— 29th Street 

Beechhurst, N. Y. 





Rhoda Ann Powell 
2114 Ogden Avenue 
Superior, Wis. 



Elaine Newmark Rappaport 
1037 Neilson Avenue 
Far Rockaway, N. Y. 





Miriam Rose Rabe Ramer 
309 North St. Marys Street 
San Antonio, Texas 



Gwendolen Ray 

114 Woodland Avenue 

Summit, N. J. 




1933" 



[95] 




Elisabeth Bemis Reed 
891 Park Avenue 
New York City 



Margaret Taylor Glenn 

Richardson 

3320— 4th Avenue 

College Hill 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 





Mary Harrell Reinhardt 
223 West 14th Street 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 



Charlotte Righeimer 

5912 Washington Boulevard 

Chicago, 111. 





Mary Alice Reynolds 
3203— 4th Avenue 
Billings, Mont. 



Cora Stuart Ripley 

Webster Road Upper 

Weston, Mass. 




[96] 




Nancy Delia Robb 
102 Main Street 
Nantucket, Mass. 



Jean Louise Rockwell 
North Haven, Conn. 





Natalie Green Robertson 
802 Court Street 
Janesville, Wis. 



Margaret Gould Roos 

1128 Edwards Road 

Cincinnati, Ohio 





Emily Robinson 
33 Carroll Street 
Portland, Maine 



Margaret Rosenberg 

44 Beverly Street 

Rochester, N. Y. 




[97] 




Helen MacLennan Ross 
407 Rockaway Avenue 
Boonton, N. J. 



Jean Rumsey 

64 East Elm Street 

Chicago, 111. 





Norma Bettina Rubenstein 
307 Park Hill Avenue 
Yonkers, N. Y. 



Bernice Alois Saisselin 

57 West 6th Street 

Oswego, N. Y. 





Mildred Rubin 

480 West Elm Street 

Brockton, Mass. 



Elizabeth Sanford 

90 Alden Avenue 

New Haven, Conn. 




1981 




Rebecca Eloise Satterlee 
North Haven. Conn. 



Beatrice Schine 
1865 North Avenue 
Bridgeport, Conn. 





Helen Elizabeth Sawyer 
2 Ridgeway 
Winchester, Mass. 



Bertha Augusta Schmidt 

28 Hoxsey Street 

Williamstown, Mass. 





Jane Downing Sawyer 
1518 South Hull Street 
Montgomery, Ala. 



Anne Scofield 

11 Washington Street 

Newton, Mass. 




1991 




Kathryn Sears 
44 Orris Street 
Melrose Highlands, Mass. 



Florence Lynn Shaneberger 

3040 Washington Boulevard 

Indianapolis, Ind. 





Jinnet Cushing Seaver 
116 Bedford Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Janet Elizabeth Shares 

2400— 16th Street 

Washington, D. C. 





Elizabeth Bennett Shaffer 
20 Edgehill Road 
New Haven, Conn. 



Dorothy Shea 
Fieldson Road 
New York City 




[100] 




Emily Hill Sheffeld 
142 Green Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Carol Beekman Sittenfield 

262 Central Park West 

New York City 





Grace Lydia Sherer 
513 Downer Place 
Aurora, 111. 



Suzanne Slocum 

15 Trowbridge Avenue 

Newtonville, Mass. 





Margaret Sherrard 
Route 1 
Oswego, Ore. 



Elizabeth Van Cortland Smith 

28 Stratford Place 

Newark, N. J. 




101] 




Marialice Glenda Smith 
1107 East Fork Drive 
Flint, Mich. 



Jayne Elvira Sprout 
120 Le Roy Street 
Binghamton, N. Y. 





Martha Hudson Smith 
810 Maryland Avenue 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



Natalie Henriette Delaplaine 
Starr 

19 East 73rd Street 
New York City 





Susan Alice Smith 
Doggett County 
Linwood, Utah 



Katherine Elizabeth Stawasz 

2 Hicks Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 




1021 




Mary Langford Stearns 
681 Union Street 
Manchester, N. H. 



Marion Virginia Stewart 

1242 Lake Shore Drive 

Chicago, 111. 





Mary Gordon Steiner 
50 Whittredge Road 
Summit, N. J 



Janett Marion Stoddard 
7 Massachusetts Avenue 
Worcester, Mass. 





Marjorie Ann Stengel 
775 South 10th Street 
Newark, N. J. 



Laura Stolzenberg 

420 Clinton Avenue 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 




1031 




Elizabeth Peace Sturges 
55 Power Street 
Piovidence, R. I. 



Esther Bertha Sylvia 

64 Hall Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 





Eleanor Bertha Swan 
628 West Church Street 
Elmira, N. Y. 



Harriet Elizabeth Terry 
Remsenburg, N. Y. 





Marian Chandler Sykes 
1117 Forest Avenue 
Evanstown, 111. 



Sarah Halsey Terry 
Remsenburg, N. Y. 




1041 




Louise Seyms Thomas 
308 Fairfield Avenue 
Hartford, Conn. 



Eleanor Meager Thorn 

129 Edgewood Road 

Ardmore, Pa. 





Helen Dawson Thompson 
10 North Fulton Avenue 
Mt Vernon, N. Y. 



Teresa Mary Tonole 

76 Greeley Street 

Clinton, Mass. 





Mary Sargent Thompson 
Fairhaven Hill 
Concord, Mass. 



Mary Calvert Walke Truxtun 

Graydon Avenue 

Norfolk, Va. 




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Margaret De Wolf Tullock 
600 South Broadway 
Leavenworth, Kan. 



Katrina Van Hook 

9 Claremont Avenue 

New York City 





Cornelia Tuttle 
1105 Center Street 

Newton Center, Mass. 



Katherine Upson Van Varick 

555 Kinderkamack Road 

Oradell, N. J. 





Mary Florence Twining 
124 Cherry Valley Road 
Garden City, N. Y. 



Dorothy Catherine Von Elm 

53 Underwood Road 

Forest Hills, N. Y. 




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Alice Virginia Waldecker 
Norfolk, Conn. 



Jane O'Neil Wallis 

Edgemont and Wyndham Rds. 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 





Jennett Supplee Walker 
4232 Pine Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Constance Lynn Walther 

5344 Cabanne Avenue 

St. Louis, Mo 





Barbara Celeste Wallace 
15 Chatham Street 
Brookline, Mass. 



Rose Margaret Waters 

517 Riley Street 

Buffalo, N. Y. 




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Adeline Moinette Watson 
Edgartown, Mass. 



Louise Meigs Weimer 

200 Hathaway Park 

Lebanon, Pa. 





Doris Baumann Wechsler 
67 Park Avenue 
New York City 



Josephine Wertheim 
Cos Cob, Conn. 





Carol Schoenhof Weil 
1308 South Perry Street 
Montgomery, Ala. 



Helen Cooper West 

95 Central Avenue 

Montclair, N. J. 





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Ruth Allston West 
2134 Kalorama Road 
Washington, D. C. 



Beatrice Whitney 

15 Dean Street 

Worcester, Mass. 





Rosamond Devereux Wheeler 
6 Cambridge Street 
Salem, Mass. 



Nathalie Elizabeth Whitten 

20 Ocean View Road 

Swampscott, Mass. 





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Sylvia Howland Whitaker 
Cedar Grove 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Katherine Whiting Willauer 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 




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Elizabeth Willcox 
Morrow Road 
Englewood, N. J. 



Jean Hope Wilson 
Stafford, Conn. 





Elizabeth West Williams 
1401 Davis Street 
Evanston, 111. 



Margery Winchell 

137 Berkeley Place 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 





Jane Douglas Wilson 
597 Westminster Avenue 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



Elsa Helen Wise 

40 West 77th Street 

New York City 




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Ruth Goff Wood 
72 Manning Street 
Providence, R. I. 



Julia Frances Wooldridge 

819 St. James Street 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Margaret Woodbridge 
178 Cross Street 
Middletown, Conn. 



Isabel Wright 

111 Arleigh Road 

Douglaston, N. Y. 





Elizabeth Temple Woodworth 
130 Aycrigg Avenue 
Passaic, N. J. 



Lucy Wright 

1237 Federal Avenue 

Seattle, Wash. 




Ill 




Susanna Louise Wright 
706 Fayette Street 
Conshohocken, Pa. 



Katharine Bridges Yow 

385 West Lancaster Avenue 

Haverford, Pa. 





Caroline Berry Young 
10 Myrtle Avenue 
Maplewood, N. J. 



Mae Phyllis Zakszewski 

36 Fruit Street 

Northampton, Mass. 





Georgia Lillian Young 

4353 North Pennsylvania Street 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Elizabeth Selma Zschiesche 

131 North Maple Street 

Florence, Mass. 




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Maxine Van Etten Clarke 



Miriam Myers 



Jin mpmortam 



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Former Members of the Class of 1933 



Janet Haywood Adams 

Betty Hearne Aldredge 

Ruth Fielder Allen 

Mary Elizabeth Allis 

Marion Alter 

Mary Woodbury Altland 

Cora Elizabeth Armstrong 

Jean Armstrong 

Katherine Arnstein 

Jane Babcock 

Ann Hunniford Backus 

Helen Gridley Bailey 

Sarah Granger Baldwin 

Mary Ann Barnes 

Evelyn Rose Barrick 

Helen Bartholomew 

Phyllis Bascom 

Elizabeth Namm Baum 

Ruth Louise Beattie 

Ann Arden Beavers 

Eleanor Van Dyck Beckwith 

Helen Bennett 

Vivian Inez Bernheim 

Ruth Pauline Billo 

Catherine Mary Bolster 

Helen Fuhr Bookman 

Dorothea Whitiker Bouton 

Angela Clarke Bowlin 

Elizabeth Mandeville Bracher 

Mary Louise Bradley 

Evelyn Beatrice Bramson 

Frances Hall Brown 

Margaret Gabby Brown 

Mary Eleanor Buck 

Jane Burton 

Katharine Carter 

Phylis Isabel Carter 

Faith Clark 

Maxine Van Etten Clark 

Rachel Sturgis Codman 

Kathryn Collins 

Ona Collins 



Harriet Cook 
Marian Louise Cooley 
Mabel Milburn Cordell 
Mary Ellen Coulter 
Emma Elizabeth Crawford 
Frances Eileen Cremin 
Helen Elizabeth Crosby 
Geraldine Martin Crow 
Margaret Cummings 
Irene Sheldon Dakin 
Jean Dalrymple 
Alice Kidder Dana 
Aline Dana 

Margaret Evelyn Darlington 
Elizabeth Davenport 
Mary Elizabeth Davis 
Mary Paschall Davis 
Anne Stone DeFrees 
Eleanor de Laittre 
Elizabeth Jane Dennen 
Mary Louise Dodge 
Marion Frances Douglass 
Albertina Drake 
Caroline Merrill Drew 
Dorothy Barth Dugane 
Gloria Roberta Dunn 
Jane Freer Dyas 
Mary Eaton 
Ruth Jeane Edinberg 
Margaret Edwards 
Eleanor Ruth Epstein 
Sara Carlotta Espy 
Mary Malcolm Farquhar 
Lucille Corrine Flaake 
Lucille Holbrook Fletcher 
Marion Fortesque 
Jane Barnes Fowler 
Dorothy Mary Frankfurter 
Lucy Madana Fuller 
Diana Frances Gaines 
Ruth Margaret Gall 
Eloise Geer Gardner 



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Irene Marie Garrett 


Edna Muriel Kershaw 




Peggy Louise Gastman 


Edna May Kingsley 




Dorothy Gilman 


Elizabeth Yates Kopf 




Elizabeth Frances Glogau 


Sarah Elizabeth Kutz 




Lenore Lesser Goldman 


Roslyn Dena LaMontagne 




Ruth Anewalt Gomery 


Marion Louise Landon 




Mary Hill Goodall 


Frances Dart Larrabee 




Elizabeth Chatterton Grant 


Helen Nye Latimer 




Virginia Suiter Green 


Petronella Audrey Latvenas 




Elma Barnett Greenbaum 


Elizabeth Harrison Leavitt 




Edna Berman Greenberg 


Nancy Leigh 




Eleanor Grove 


Eunice Sarah Livingston 




Julia Haberman 


Monica Louise MacArthur 




Katherine Louise Hair 


Patience MacBriar 




Vera Hamershlag 


Elizabeth Burns McCarthy 




Mary Moore Harlow 


Marie Jean McCormick 




Omie Alma Harris 


Elizabeth Jane McDermott 




Frances Harshaw 


Martha Katherine McGowin 




Margaret Arms Hart 


Dorothy May McKee 




Jane Hyatt Harts 


Margaret Livingston McKellar 




Mary Jean Hauserman 


Helen Elizabeth McLaughlin 




Marguerite Jane Haynes 


Margaret McLennen 




Nanetta Elizabeth Head 


Emily McNenney 




Rhea Marie Hebert 


Alice Fordyce MacRae 




Margaret Eileen Henry 


Gertrude Marean 




Mary Agnes Hill 


Marian Janet Marshall 




Mildred Edna Hockstader 


Beatrice Elaine Marx 




Katherine Edna Hodell 


Mary Ann Mather 




Frances Lupton Hoge 


Jean Marie Merigold 




Edith Irene Hoit 


Ann Lowry Milburn 




Fanny Crowninshield Homans 


Edith Catherine Miller 




Lois Baldwin Howe 


Jane Elizabeth Milnor 




Buell Hueston 


Ann Mitchell 




Janet Hunt 


Eleanor Curtis Mitchell 




Mary Marguerite Huyett 


Helen Clark Mixer 




Jerane Stoors IbershofT 


Dorothy Moot 




Mary Davenport Ilsley 


Margaret Morgan 




Helen Edith Isaacs 


Norma Benson Morgan 




Bertha Jacobi 


Betty Moss 




Mary Celeste James 


Anna Christine Myers 




Mary Marguerite Jenkins 


Betty Myers 




Mary Alice Johnson 


Miriam Myers 




Katherine Keeney 


Catherine Nessler 




Frances Stewart Keller 


Eleanor Mercer Newhall 




Sophie Sydney Kenig 


Ann Catherine Norman 




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Carolyn Elizabeth Oakey 


Irene Stackhouse 


Janet Edna O'Leary 


Elinor Loel Stanley 


Charlice Huntington Olmsted 


Helen Elizabeth Stanley 


Janet Lena Oppenheimer 


Caroline Stevens 


Betty Orr 


Sally Finley Stewart 


Isabel Garland Orr 


Elizabeth Lovejoy Street 


Janet Mason Orr 


Elizabeth Tina Strong 


Alice Oviatt 


Odilla Winifred Sullivan 


Shirley Barnes Owen 


Barbara Reynolds Tanner 


Louise McCallum Packard 


Dorothy Thomson 


Rose Walker Page 


Agnes Moore Tillman 


Marjorie Parsons 


Mary Madelaine Titus 


Margaret Eugenia Pease 


Mary Merrill Towne 


Louise Peirce 


Dorothy Eleanor Tufts 


Marian Atwood Peters 


Catherine Mary Tuohy 


Elizabeth Phelps 


Frances Louise Van Blarcom 


Carol Adeline Phillips 


Babbette Vogel 


Janet Phillips 


Julia Hazel Vogt 


Sally Phillips 


Margaret Catherine Wade 


Winifred Eula Poppe 


Pricilla Reed Wadhams 


Dorothy Louise Potter 


Helen Wales 


Gertrude Matilda Purseglove 


Carol Ware 


Emeline Currier Putnam 


Marguerite Watson 


Sally Pike Quinn 


Janet Mary Weed 


Georgia Ann Ranney 


Margaret Frances Weil 


Jane Rutledge Rauh 


Eleanor Welch 


Helen Riggs 


Suzanne Faucher Welch 


Eleanor Elizabeth Riley 


Margaret Virginia Welles 


Amanda Regina Roth 


Kathleen Lois Whaley 


Nelda Jeane Roth 


Ella Wharton 


Elizabeth Jane Rudel 


Charlotte Thompson Wheeler 


Elizabeth Warren Sawyer 


Elizabeth Cecily Wheeler 


Audrey Virginia Scammell 


Marjorie Wheeler 


Blanche Ethel Schapiro 


Winifred Wheeler 


Elizabeth Scofield 


Dora Innis White 


Amy Cowing Scott 


Eleanor Frothingham White 


Virginia Seiberling 


Dorothy Applegote Wicoff 


Blanche Rhea Sherman 


Katherine Wiener 


Marion Julia Shutts 


Sophie Ann Wilson 


Elizabeth Skelton 


Hazel Radcliffe Wood 


Doris Madeline Smadbeck 


Jean Campbell Woodman 


Unetta Jayne Small 


Elizabeth Lucia Wynkoop 


Fayette Van Alstyne Smith 


Elsie Marcia Yates 


Margaret Virginia Smith 


Mary Emerson Young 


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Freshman Year 




OFFICERS 

President 
JEAN ARMSTRONG 

Vice-President 
EDITH EUSTIS 



Secretary 
GERTRUDE OLSEN 



Treasurer 
JINNET SEAVER 



Judicial Board Member 
JEAN BABCOCK 



Song Leader 
JANE ALLING 



Assistant Song Leader 
MARY DORION 




1933 s 



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I. 

We have always been a modest, well behaved class. We are not given 
to bragging, but there is one point on which we claim a certain distinction. 
We should like to call to the attention of those interested (or those not inter- 
ested — after all, we have to write something about this important, but rather 
dimly remembered year) that we are the depression class. We have heard 
certain vague reverberations that the class of 1932 claimed this honor. We 
should like to correct that impression. It is we who, in unprecedented num- 
bers and with our shining resolves undimmed — (who doubts it? Of course we 
all had shining resolves.) Well, anyway, considering our lack of experience, 
we managed rather well to preserve ourselves from complete annihilation 
in the taxi ride from the station to our respective houses. 

We shall pass lightly over the first few days of our college life. Every- 
body has them. 

The President, the Dean, the Warden, and a great many other people 
told us what to do, and for quite a while we tried to do it. Then the novelty 
wore off, and we devoted ourselves to the pursuit of pleasure until mid- 
semesters. The registrars' list swelled with ominous suddenness, and we 
began to remember a few of the things we had been told. The movie houses 
felt the slump, and the college had a bigger electric light bill. 

And then the snow set in, and we spent our time making up back work 
in Hygiene, and going down to the Gym three times a week to roll about on 
that none-too-clean floor in our new yellow rompers. 

We had our first class meeting, and listened with attention to eulogies 
of various classmates, except when we were holding forth ourselves. We 
found, all unsuspecting, that we had in our midst several score paragons of 
personality, poise, virtue, executive ability, and able leadership. We elected 
those whose genius along these lines seemed to burn most brightly, and 
trusted the responsibility of leading our class to their highly praised ability. 

The landmarks which distinguish the rest of this important year seem 
to be principally of a negative character, as, for example, the failure of the 
long promised and much touted Sophomore Carnival to materialize. The 
faculty, however, rose to superb heights in a musical drama, offering as co- 
stars such scintillating stage personalities as Mr. Welch, Mr. Bixler, M. 
Guilloton, and Miss Burnett. 

The year drew to a gasping close while fifty per cent of the class stayed 
until the last hour of the last day to take the Botany exam. Finally we loaded 
ourselves (alas! I confess it reluctantly) with sighs of relief into our various 
homeward bound trains, leaving behind a pathetic minority to enhance with 
their matchless voices, the effect of Illumination Night. 



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Granddaughters 



Victoria Allen 
Helen Barlow 
Margaret Beach 
Helen Bragdon 
Mary Brooks 
Valeria Burgess 
Janet Cairns 
Catharine Christie 
Pauline Christie 
Dorothy Clark 
Frances Cobb 
Janet Cobb 
Margaret Conklin 
Elizabeth Coy 
Virginia Daniells 
Margery Davis 
Jane Ferris 
Helen Fleming 
Bertha Floyd 
Elizabeth Floyd 
Elinor Fosdick 



Mary-Lucile Getchell 
Marjorie Ginsburg 
Margaret Gordon 
May Gould 
Marion Groezinger 
Roberta Hall 
Lenore Hellman 
Frances Horsfall 
Barbara Howard 
Eleanora Hutchinson 
Lois Jameson 
Dorothy Johnson 
Emily Joy 
Margaret Joy 
Frances King 
Anna Lacey 
Elizabeth Lewis 
Mary Lindeke 
Helen McDonough 
Ruth Macduff 



Janet McMullen 
Mary Mignot May 
Cristal Morison 
Eleanor Newhall 
Elizabeth Orr 
Elizabeth Payson 
Catherine Phillips 
Belle Pike 
Peggy Pitman 
Anne Pitts 
Cora Ripley 
Emily Robinson 
Jean Rockwell 
Helen Ross 
Anne Scofield 
Emily Sheffeld 
Mary Stearns 
Cornelia Tuttle 
Katrina Van Hook 
Elizabeth Williams 
Lucy Wright 



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Sophomore Year 




OFFICERS 

President 

ELIZABETH RUDEL* 

JANET MERRYWEATHER 

Vice-President 

JANET MERRYWEATHER* 

LOUISE THOMAS 

Secretary 
JANE WALLIS 

Treasurer 
KATRINA VAN HOOK 

Council Member 
EDITH EUSTIS 



Judicial Board Member 
DORA WHITE 



Song Leader 
MARY DORION 

Assistant Song Leader 
LOIS JAMESON 

Chairman of Carnival 
ELINOR FOSDICK 

Rally Day Class Chairman 
MARY PAYSON 

Historian 
MARY ELIZABETH BROWN 

Chairman of Push Committee 
JEAN BABCOCK 
*Resigned 




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II. 

This was the year of our Sophomore Carnival. Oh yes, of course. The 
class proved to have several splendid skaters of the caliber of the Misses 
FitzGerald, Eustis, and Outerbridge, who covered themselves and their class 
with glory in the novel, but somewhat chilly atmosphere of the West Pole. 

We are having a terrible time remembering this year, but there must 
have been something else. There. We knew if we waited long enough, we'd 
get it. It was the year which marked our first and feeblest ( feeblest, we 
certainly hope) efforts to pass our language tests. It was also the year in 
which the Student Council with admirable penetration and high seriousness, 
changed the driving and smoking rules, and tried desperately to keep the 
burning news from leaking through to the laity. 

It was the year too (ah, here we have it) when we began to realize that 
we were in college for some definite aim. You know. We looked at our more 
unintelligent and sportive companions with a disdainful glance which seemed 
to say, "What did you come to college for, anyway — to play?" We took Re- 
ligion 14 and integrated our attitudes toward religion, truth, beauty, and life 
in general. We stayed up late, and instructed our less perfectly integrated 
roommates and friends in the art of living. We assumed a prematurely solemn 
air, and could be seen in groups in such places as Plym or the Armchair, 
authoritatively airing our suggestions for improving the policy of J. B., the 
gym department, the faculty, and the League of Nations. We became ac- 
quainted with the more intellectual magazines. We thought of taking Special 
Honors. We flunked gym, and went to see the President. We got rather 
worse grades than we deserved. But most of us had already decided against 
Special Honors, anyway. 

Spring brought a spirit somewhat less serious, and a notable increase in 
the delegation from the men's colleges. It brought picnics and senior cars, 
and swimming for those who had cultivated their friendships with an eye to 
the future. 

It finally brought summer and finals. The other fifty per cent of the 
class stayed until the last hour of the last day to take the Botany exam, con- 
soling themselves with the thought that at least they had taken their last 
science course. 

The time had arrived when seniors had to be pushed through. 1933 came 
to the front with a committee of unexcelled pushers, who, with varying de- 
grees of pleasure counted up the total poundage lost in the effort. 



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Sophomore Push Committee 

JEAN BABCOCK, Chairman 

Back row, left to right: 

Margery Davis, Janet Cobb, Barbara Howard, Jane Wilson, Louise Thomas. 
Gertrude Olsen, Jinnet Seaver, Mary Dorion, Elizabeth Rudel, Catherine 
Lewerth. 

Front row: 

Elinor Fosdick, Elizabeth Shaffer, Betty Orr, Frances Cobb, Jean Babcock, 
Jane Wallis, Katherine Yow, Janet Merryweather. 

Other Members: 

Jane Ailing Mary Payson 

Mary Elizabeth Brown Miriam Ramer 

Edith Eustis Julia Vogt 

Katherine Wiener 



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Junior Year 




OFFICERS 

President 

LOIS JAMESON* 

MARGERY DAVIS 

Vice-President 

MARGERY DAVIS* 

ELIZABETH SHAFFER 

Secretary 
PRISCILLA KENNADAY 

Treasurer 
ELISABETH REED 

Council Members 
CATHERINE LEWERTH 
MARGARET SHERRARD 

Judicial Board Member 
GERTRUDE OLSEN 



Song Leader 
MARY DORION 

Assistant Song Leader 
MARY ELIZABETH POWELL 



Chairman of Prom 
PENELOPE PERRY 

Rally Day Class Chairman 
JOANNE DISSETTE 

Chairman of Junior Ushers 
FRANCES BECK 

Historian 
MIRIAM RAMER 

President of Sorbonne Group 
BARBARA HOWARD 

President of Italian Group 
MARGARET ROSENBERG 
*Resigned 





III. 

Here we are again. But getting through college takes four years, and 
writing about it takes four pages. 

This was the year which marked the parting of the ways. Those among 
us more skilled in the various foreign tongues betook themselves across the 
seas, where they settled in France, Spain, Italy and, we believe, one in Ger- 
many. Their less linguistically inclined classmates stayed to taste the delights 
of junior year in the bosom of the college proper. Here they developed to the 
fullest extent their respective talents and inclinations. An imposing number 
attained such glory in scholastic pursuits as to become junior Phi Bets; 
namely the Misses Cobb, Brown, Cairns, Mather, Henry, Sykes, and Van 
Hook. Another group, too large to be listed in detail, but ably represented 
by the illustrious Miss Ramer, followed the none-too-primrose path to plea- 
sure Miss Jameson and Miss Fleming devoted their energies to making 
this college a better place in which to live, and to punishing those whose 
transgressions tended to spoil this highly desirable condition. 

The most important event of the year was, needless to say, Junior Prom, 
surpassing all previous proms, impossible to equal in the future, in short, 
a most epochal event. Its success was owed unconditionally to Miss Perry 
and her able crew of entertainers — by which neatly turned compliment we 
hope they feel amply rewarded for the hours they spent planning, computing, 
tacking, talking, decorating, and jittering about the rain. The weekend was, 
however, mercifully serene and even pleasant as to weather, making possible 
a most enormous number of out-of-town expeditions, and picnics, in the 
course of which the dignity which had reigned on the previous evening was 
discarded for a noisier hilarity. 

To return to the matter-of-fact, this was also the year in which we stopped 
taking gym. In fact we stopped indulging in any form of exercise, until the 
more or less disastrous results became apparent. 

There was no ice, but plenty of snow. Indeed some would have said a little 
too much snow, although there can be no doubt that it furnished many with 
the coveted opportunity of wearing the cherished new ski suit. 

Hubbard House went to chapel, and sat in the front row. The rest of 
us didn't, but speculated seriously on the reason for the decrease in chapel 
attendance. 

A small group of English majors braved the terrors of Chaucer, render- 
ing themselves most obnoxious by their continual habit of chanting aloud 
such strange sentiments as, "A K-night there wass ond thot a wor-r-r-thy 
mon — ", and "This wor-r-r-ld nis but a thurgh-fare ful of wo!" 

Commencement came with its ivy chain, and inevitable prinking (The 
seniors having outgrown the petty ushering stage, were not so bent on prink- 
ing and politeness). 

The embryo seniors, in pastel dresses, and triumphantly without hats, 
ushed their way out of the year with bows and smiles — and aches. Were 
we getting old? 



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Sorbonne Group 



1931-1932 

BARBARA HOWARD, President 

Back row, left to right: 
Barbara Wallace, Doris Wechsler, Jane Wallis, Valeria Burgess, Harriett 
Green, Marialice Smith, Jean Newbury, Mary Lee Evans. 

Front row: 
Mary-Lucille Getchell, Beatrice Johnson, M. Frances Middleton, Mary Claflin, 
Caroline Young, Mary Steiner, Beatrice Whitney, Ruth Bryan, Rebecca 
Satterlee, Barbara Howard, Jane Lewis, C. Ann Ashby, Rosamond Wheeler, 
Janet Howell, Terese Marks, Elsa Wise, Marjorie Ginsburg, Mildred Rubin, 
Violet Colin, Eva Morrison. 

Other Members: 
Betty Barrows Janice Levy 

Mollie Goodwin Leone Maclean 



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Spanish Group 



1931-1932 

Left to right: Eleanor Blaney, Ruth Macduff, Daisy Mattei, Marjorie Mott, 

Janet Merryweather. 



German 
Group 

1931-1932 




CHARLOTTE BUTLER 



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Italian Group 

1931-1932 
MARGARET ROSENBERG, President 

Back row, left to right: 

Laura Marden, Grace Sherer, Margaret Rosenberg, 
Charlotte Freiberg. 

Front row: 
Elizabeth Mahoney, Lucy Horner, Elizabeth Woodworth. 

Other Member: 
Rhoda Ann Powell 



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1933 Special Honors 

MARY LOUISE OLMSTED, President 

Left to right: 
Frances Horsfall, Catherine Lewerth, Helen Fleming, Elisabeth Reed, Emily 
Robinson, Janet Cairns, Elizabeth Sturges, Mary Louise Olmsted, Mary 
Elizabeth Brown, Margaret Mather, Constance Houghton, Mary Stearns, 
Elizabeth Floyd, Miriam Macomber, Lois Jameson. 

Other Members: 

Mary Briganti Helen Harris 

Alice Brown Joan Ranson 

Esther Sylvia 



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PENELOPE PERRY, Chairman 



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Junior Promenade Committee 



JULIA McWILLIAMS 
JINNET SEAVER 
ANITA HINCKLEY 
EDITH EUSTIS 
LOUISE THOMAS 



Back Row, left to right: 

Sophomore Decoration Chairman 

Dinner Dance Chairman 

Sophomore Garden Party Chairman 

Theatre Chairman 

Invitation Chairman 



Front Row: 



MARY MIGNOT MAY 
JEAN BABCOCK 
PENELOPE PERRY 
ELEANOR PERRY . 
MARIAN BARNUM 



Garden Party Chairman 

Floor Chairman 

General Chairman 

Head Usher 

Refreshment Chairman 



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Junior Ushers 

Margaret Carver 



Marion Allen 
Jane Ailing 
Florence Areson 
Harriet Arnold 
Jean Babcock 
Marian Barnum 
Elizabeth Beale 
Ruth Beardslee 
Frances Beck 
Jane Bennett 
Ruth Besson 
Florence Blumenthal 
Nancy Boothby 
Marion Bouteiler 
Helen Bragdon 
Alice Brown 
Mary Elizabeth Brown 
Bernice Budgell 
Elizabeth Bushnell 
Virginia Bush 
Priscilla Cahill 
Janet Cairns 
Anna Carr 
Margaret Carver 
Helen Chaddock 
Mary Cheatham 
Ann Chess 
Frances Cobb 
Janet Cobb 
Beatrice Colbv 
Margaret Conklin 



Marshalls 
Ushers 



Harriet Arnold 



Doris Cook 
Elizabeth Coy 
Margery Davis 
Doris Dibble 
Joanne Dissette 
Mary Dorion 
Theresa Dodge 
Eleanor Egan 
Edith Eustis 
Jean Farquhar 
Jane Ferris 
Helen Fleming 
Elizabeth Floyd 
Elinor Fosdick 
Elizabeth Gamble 
Rosemary Gannon 
Helen Geller 
Virginia Gilbert 
Ellen Gleason 
Margery Goldsmith 
Margaret Gordon 
Kate Greene 
Edith Greenleaf 
Elizabeth Halsey 
Helen Harris 
Laura Hayward 
Lenore Hellman 
Frances Horsfall 
Constance Houghton 
Sara Hubler 
Lois Jameson 



Katharine Jarman 
Melissa Jones 
Emily Joy 
Margaret Joy 
Margery Kaufman 
Priscilla Kennaday 
Frances King 
Constance Kreimer 
Anna Lacey 
Elizabeth Lee 
Catherine Lewerth 
Marjorie Lewis 
Mary Lindeke 
Marjorie MacDonald 
Miriam Macomber 
Elizabeth Maguire 
Lois McLaughlin 
Ruth McLaughlin 
Janet McMullen 
Helen Malone 
Jeannette Manning 
Margaret Martin 
Margaret Mather 
Mary Mignot May 
Edith Miller 
Jean Miller 
Helen Nebolsine 
Helen O'Brien 
Gertrude Olsen 
Marv Louise Olmsted 
Elizabeth Orr 



Marion Outerbridge 
Elizabeth Payson 
Mary Payson 
Una Peavey 
Eleanor Perry 
Penelope Perry 
Anne Pitts 

Mary Elizabeth Powell 
Miriam Ramer 
Elisabeth Reed 
Charlotte Righeimer 
Nancy Robb 
Jean Rumsey 
Jinnet Seaver 
Elizabeth Shaffer 
Margaret Sherrard 
Suzanne Slocum 
Elizabeth Smith 
Susan Smith 
Natalie Starr 
Elizabeth Sturges 
Louise Thomas 
Mary Thompson 
Katrina Van Hook 
Constance Walther 
Elizabeth Willcox 
Jane Wilson 
Ruth Wood 
Margaret Woodbridge 
Ruth West 
Sylvia Whitaker 
Katharine Yow 



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SENIOR YEAR 




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Senior Year 




OFFICERS 

President 
Margery Davis 

Vice-President 
Jean Babcock 

Secretary 
Gertrude Olsen 

Treasurer 
Nancy Robb 

Judicial Board Members 
Elisabeth Reed 
Ellen Gleason 

Song Leader 
Mary Dorion 



Assistant Song Leader 
Jane Ailing 

Rally Day General Chairman 
Emily Joy 

Rally Day Class Chairman 
Elizabeth Smith 

Pin Chairman 
Edith Greenleaf 

Head Usher 
Constance Houghton 




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IV. 

Coming back from our respective homes and junior years abroad, we 
resolved to "really work this year", to justify the faith placed in us by our 
poverty stricken parents, not to play bridge, or go to the movies, to pass our 
last language test — in short, to lead a sober and industrious existence, and 
make reasonably sure of getting the coveted sheep skin. 

We spent most of our time, however, filling out blanks from the Personnel 
Department, and trying vainly to remember the courses we had taken Fresh- 
man year. We canvassed the faculty for favorable recommendations, trying 
to select the members of that august body to whom we were something more 
than a mere face which appeared daily except Saturday in the third row. 
It also became necessary for us to make a quick decision as to which of the 
many kinds of paying positions for which we found ourselves so adequately 
prepared, we should finally select. We paid one dollar and twenty-five cents 
for the privilege of going to all this trouble, and tried to keep our sense of 
humor when told that of course there would be no jobs for us, that all this 
was just to prove that the college had a sympathetic attitude. We made up 
our minds that we would have to follow "the other lines of endeavor" sug- 
gested by the President. 

We had our pictures taken, and discovered that we were not as good 
looking as we had always supposed, but, going on the theory that something 
is better than nothing even when you have to pay for it, we ordered a dozen or 
so to give to our friends to keep in their drawers. 

We bought senior pins to replace those belonging to the class of 1932, 
which we had somehow managed to lose. We were put out of departmental 
clubs for non-attendance and non-payment of dues. 

We witnessed an amazing rise of literary activity and periodical publi- 
cations, of varying merit. We were somewhat alarmed when we remembered 
what Miss Chase had said about prose flourishing in sophisticated, self- 
conscious, and usually decadent periods. We looked about us, saw very little 
sophistication, a good deal of self-consciousness, and no more decadence 
than usual. We gave it up, and took up badminton . . . 

We developed sudden violent political passions around election time, 
most inconsistently marched in all the torchlight parades, and used our first 
vote to further the fortunes of one of the two losing candidates. We noted 
with satisfaction and no small amount of wonder, the increase in the number 
of social consciences developing among the members of the undergraduate 
body. We watched the spread of socialism under the enthusiastic leadership 
of the fiery-headed Miss Smith. We managed to withstand the inroads of 
communism as promulgated by Mr. Arvin's students, the Why Club, and their 
communistic movies. 

We were just beginning to congratulate ourselves on the fact that we 
were getting out of college after four long years of it, when we suddenly real- 
ized that, in all probability, we would settle down and be fine upstanding 
members of the Smith Club in the old home town. 



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Ivy Day Program 

SATURDAY, JUNE SEVENTEENTH 

Ivy Exercises on the Campus 

Ivy Exercises in John M. Greene Hall 

Alumnae Assembly in John M. Greene Hall 

Society and Departmental Club Reunions 

Concert by the Glee Club and Students of the Department of Music 
in John M. Greene Hall 

Alumnae Song Competition and Senior Sing at Students' Building 
Concert by the Glee Club, Paradise Pond 



IVY DAY SONG 
Words by Constance Lynn Walther 



O we have left beside the wall 
No full-blown flowers, blazing tall, 
Petaled with flames of glowing gold, 
To match the fire that sunbeams hold. 

Our dreams so frail 

And silver-pale 

Faint flickers, new begun, 

May shine alone 

When gold is gone, 

That faded with the sun. 



Music bv Katharine Yow 



Not flowers blooming by the wall, 

But living ivy clusters small, 

Petaled with star-leaves, pointed keen, 

And soft with sheen of silver-green. 

Our dreams so frail 

And silver-pale 

Each hour will burn more bright ; 

When ending day 

Snuffs gold away, 

Our stars will give us light. 



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Baccalaureate Program 

SUNDAY, JUNE EIGHTEENTH 

Baccalaureate Address in Sage Hall 
PRESIDENT NEILSON 

Concert in John M. Greene Hall 
The Smith College Symphony Orchestra and the Students of the 

Department of Music 

Reception by President and Mrs. Neilson and Members of the Faculty 

Organ Vespers in John M. Greene Hall 
Wilson T. Moog, Organist 



Commencement Program 

MONDAY, JUNE NINETEENTH 

Exercises in John M. Greene Hall 
ADDRESS BY ALANSON B. HOUGHTON 

Class Luncheon in the Alumnae Gymnasium 



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Commencement Committees 



Back row, Left to right: 



HELEN BRAGDON 
JANE FERRIS 
NATALIE STARR 
ELIZABETH SHAFFER 

CATHERINE LEWERTH 

JANE WILSON 

-JANET MERRYWEATHER 

EDITH GREENLEAF 
NANCY BOOTHBY 
NANCY BRIMMER 



Front row: 



Other Members: 



Senior Dramatics 

Commencement Printing 

Indoor Ivy Day 

Cap and Gown 

Commencement Speaker 

Class Luncheon 

Outdoor Ivy Day 

Senior Pins 

Dress Chairman 

Senior Cars 



Committee Members 
COMMENCEMENT PRINTING 



Margaret Gordon 
Elisabeth Mathesius 



INDOOR IVY DAY 



Virginia Gilbert 
Mary Twining 



Eleanor Newhall 
Anne Pitts 



Elizabeth Williams 
Katharine Yow 



*Resigned 



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GAP AND GOWN 



Frances Beck 
Helen Harris 
Florence Henry 
Marguerite Holbrook 



Sara Hubler 
Melissa Jones 
Anna Lacey 
Isabelle Pendleton 



COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER 



Jean Babcock 
Margery Davis 
Margaret Mather 



Gertrude Olsen 
Nancy Robb 
Elizabeth Shaffer 



Katrina Van Hook 



CLASS LUNCHEON 



Joanne Dissette 
Sara Hubler 



Elizabeth Willcox 



Mary Lindeke 
Margaret Roos 



OUTDOOR IVY DAY 

Felicia Thomas, Chairman 



DRESS COMMITTEE 



Elizabeth Bushnell 
Margaret Carver 
Margery Davis 
Mary-Lucile Getchell 
Elizabeth Halsey 



Sara Hubler 
Emily Joy 
Jeanne Manning 
Penelope Perry 
Elizabeth Willcox 



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When we were sophomores, you were new 
And we were condescending, 
We smiled and told you what to do 
With dignity unbending. 
But now you've come along three years, 
We find the tables turning, 
We see our knowledge in arrears 
Compared with your great learning. 
We cede to you our senior steps, 
We leave jobs ad infinitum! 
Council, J. B. House of Reps — 
And many other an item. 
More Power To You ! 

E. P. S. 




CLASS OFFICERS 1934 



MADELEINE EVANS 
CONSTANCE THAYER 
GERTRUDE TUKEY 
MARY CASE 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



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1934 Special Honors 



Back row, left to right: 

Agnes Fisher, Eleanor Ernst, Eleanor Hayden, Margaret Zimmer, 

Jane Kelsey, Mary Case. 

Front row: 

Edith Bardwell, Lillian Giraitis, Florence Heidelberger, 

Marjorie Ballou, Dorothy Fosdick. 

Other M embers : 
Lemma Boice Katherine Maule 

Jane Henle Rosalind Sadoff 



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To 1935 



Green rompers, whose numbers are legion, 

Have you ever considered before, 

That when next you reenter this region, 

You will not have gym any more? 

If you're like your sisters before you, 

Delighted you probably are, 

But let ur great waist measures warn you 

Don't carry your leisure too far! 

A word to the wise must suffice, 

Let that subject be then laid at rest. 

To end let us say something nice — 

Of sisters you're ever the best! 



E. P. S. 




CLASS OFFICERS 1935 



CONTANCE MORROW 
CORNELIA FABIAN 
ANNE WINTON 
RUTH HESSLER 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



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To 1936 



We aged souls viewed '36, September month last year 

A-landing like a ton of bricks upon our campus dear. 

You hurt our ears, you seared our eyes, upset our placid ways, 

But now we're used to you we rise, to sing your grateful praise. 

A trifle breezy still are you, but gay beyond a doubt — 

Your questions and your ballyhoo we could not do without ! 

And when you droop, three years from now, remember all you need 

Is a Freshman class to show you how to keep from going to seed ! 

E. P. S. 




CLASS OFFICERS 1936 



MARY ADELE HALSEY 
LEONORA PARSONS 
MARGARET NEILSON 
PHOEBE WEED 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



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Student Council 



LOIS JAMESON, 1933, President 



Back row, Left to right: 

VIRGINIA CHALMERS, '35 ... 
EUNICE JAMESON, '34 ... 
MARY HALSEY, '36 



Class Representative 

Class Representative 

President of Class 



Second row. 



CONSTANCE MORROW, '35 
KATRINA VAN HOOK. '33 
JULIA McWILLIAMS, '34 
MADELEINE EVANS, '34 



President of Class 

Chairman of Activities Board 

Class Representative 

President of Class 



MARGARET MATHER, 
HELEN FLEMING, '33 
LOIS JAMESON, '33 
LOUISE THOMAS, '33 
MARGERY DAVIS, '33 



'33 



Front row: 



Chairman of Curriculum Committee 

Chairman of Judicial Board 

President 

President of House of Representatives 

President of Class 



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HELEN JOSEPHINE FLEMING 



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Judicial Board 



HELEN FLEMING, 1933, Chairman 



EVELYN VOORHEES, 
JANE KELSEY, '34 



Back row, Left to right: 
'36 .... 



Class Representative 
Class Representative 



MURIEL VAN DUSEN, '35 
ELLEN GLEASON, '33 
LOIS JAMESON, '33 
HELEN FLEMING, '33 
JOANNE DISSETTE, '33 
ELISABETH REED, '33 



Front row: 

Class Representative 

Class Representative 

President of Student Council 

Chairman of Judicial Board 

Vice-President of House of Representatives 

Member from House of Representatives 



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LOUISE SEYMS THOMAS 



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House of Representatives 



LOUISE THOMAS 
JOANNE DISSETTE 
JANE FERRIS 
ELISABETH REED 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Member on Judicial Board 



MEMBERS 



Celia Adams 
Marion Allen 
Florence Areson 
Jean Averill 
Margaret Baker 
Helen Bissell 
Bernice Budgell 
Elizabeth Carter 
Helen Chaddock 
Catharine Christie 
Theresa Dodge 
Jane Garrettson 

Hester Adams 
Marjorie Ballou 
Mary Barrows 
Marjorie Bertha 
Elizabeth Brindley 
Elizabeth Cantril 
Clara Carley 



Helen Geller 
Margaret Gordon 
Marion Groezinger 
Katharine Hartfelder 
Theresa Hoglund 
Barbara Howard 
Dorothy Isaacs 
Dorothy Johnson 
Melissa Jones 
Suzanne Keller 
Elisabeth Knedler 
Elizabeth Lee 

Constance Carpenter 
Elizabeth Colladay 
Margaret Corrigan 
Janet Darling 
Pauline Davenport 
Anne Densmore 
Katharine Doe 



1933 

Marjorie Lewis 

Mary Lindeke 

Elizabeth Longmore 

Helen Malone 

Ruth Miksak 

Joyce Mundt 

Eleanor Newhall 

Mildred Ogden 

Mary Louise Olmsted 

Mary Reynolds 

Mary Reinhardt 

Nancy Robb 
1934 

Enid Gerson 

Natalie Hoyt 

Constance Kedian 

Florence Kelley 

Mary Morrison 

Dorothy O'Donnell 

Natalie Powers 



Corinne Beckwith 
Jane Byars 



1935 
Ellen De Normandie 
Elizabeth Gamble 

1936 

Atossa Welles 



Emily Robinson 
Helen Ross 
Bernice Saisselin 
Elizabeth Smith 
Natalie Starr 
Virginia Stewart 
Marian Sykes 
Katherine Van Varick 
Sylvia Whitaker 
Elizabeth Willcox 
Margaret Woodbridge 
Mae Zakszewski 

Janet Pratt 
Katherine Simpson 
Lucy Smith 
Sarah Steel 
Elizabeth Stout 
Marjorie Tait 
Madeline Tregaskis 

Eleanor Smith 
Phyllis Patchin 



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Smith College Association for Christian Work 



OFFICERS 



ELINOR FOSDICK '33 
JANE WILSON '33 
BETTY HARDENBURG '34 
CORNELIA HEWITT '35 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS 



Left to Right: 
LEILA FOSBURGH '34 World Student Christian Federation Representative 



DOROTHY FOSDICK '34 
MIRIAM MACOMBER '33 
EMILY ROBINSON '33 
ELIZABETH MATHESIUS '33 
CORNELIA HEWITT '35 
JANE WILSON '33 
ELINOR FOSDICK '33 
BETTY HARDENBURG '34 
JULIET FRANCE '34 
-MARY DORION '33 
JANE FERRIS '33 
BARBARA WILLIAMSON '34 
HELEN WOODHULL '34 
EDITH GREENLEAF '33 

'Resigned 



Worship 
Student Member of Advisory Board 

Institute 

Foreign Students 

Secretary 

Vice-President 

President 

Treasurer 

Church Cooperation 

Conferences 

Publicity 

Social Service 

Student Industrial 

Speakers 



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S. C. A. C. W. 



The Smith College Association for Christian Work is organized under a 
Cabinet consisting of four officers and the chairmen of the standing commit- 
tees. By way of carrying out the Association's purpose "to promote the de- 
velopment of a broad and intelligent activity in the service of humanity", 
the work of these committees falls into three classifications. 

First of all there are activities which are of service to the college such 
as Freshman Conference, Christmas Sale, and co-operation with Student 
Council particularly through Community Chest, and efforts to enable foreign 
students to become happily acquainted with American college life through 
the Cosmopolitan Club and the World Fellowship Committee. 

Community Service forms a second group of activities in which are in- 
cluded club leadership and teaching at People's Institute, co-operation with 
churches in the vicinity, friendly visiting in a number of Northampton in- 
stitutions, the distributing of Christmas toys and baskets for families, and the 
collecting of clothing and magazines. 

Connecting the college with various aspects of the world at large is the 
work of the Industrial Committee which holds monthly meetings with a group 
of Springfield industrial workers, the Conference Committee which has charge 
of Northfield and Silver Bay conferences, and the World Student Christian 
Federation representative who keeps us informed about European student 
movements. 

The Association's contribution to the more specifically religious aspects 
of college life consists of the introduction of speakers who are leaders in 
the field of religion, the arrangement of meetings for fellowship and worship 
in the Browsing Room, and the Annual Religious Forum. 

ELINOR FOSDICK, 

President 



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Vocational Guidance Committee 

ELIZABETH WILCOX, Chairman 

Back row, left to right: Eleanor Tucker '34, Elizabeth Wilcox, 

Elizabeth Lee. 

Front row: Janet Merryweather '33, Elinor Fosdick '33, Margery Davis '33, 

Nancy Robb '33. 



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Student Assembly Committee 

MARGARET MATHER, Chairman 

Left to right: 

Dorothy Fosdick '35, Jane Wallis '33, Margaret Mather '33, Alice MacRae '34, 

Lois Jameson '33, Constance Morrow '35. 



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Student Advisors Committee 



JOANNE DISSETTE, 1933, Chairman 



Back row, Left to right: 

Virginia Whitney, '34, Helen Bragdon, '33, Joanne Dissette, '33, 
Mary Bunce, '35, Elsa Parshley, '35. 



Front row: 

Margery Davis, '33, Dorothy Fosdick, '34, Elisabeth Reed, '33, 
Elinor Fosdick, '33. 



Other Members: 

Elsa Dommerich, '35, Carolyn Earl, '35, Eleanor Hayden, '34, Elisabeth 
Mathesius, '33, Pauline O'Brien, '35, Elizabeth Pratt, '35. 



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Community Chest 

JINNET SEAVER, Chairman 

Back row, left to right: 
Marjorie Spiegel '34, Anita Hinckley '34, Penelope Perry '33. 

Front row: 
Elizabeth Smith '33, Eleanor Hayden '34, Jinnet Seaver '33, Edith Pardee '35. 






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Curriculum Committee 

MARGARET MATHER, Chairman 

Back row, left to right: 

Ruth Potter '34, Margaret Mather '33, Margaret Sherrard '33, 

Ruth Besson '33, Natalie Starr '33. 

Front row: 
Eleanor Ernst '34, Jane Wallis '33, Constance Morrow '35. 



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Activities Board 



JINNET SEAVER, Chairman 



Back Row, left to right: 



VIRGINIA WHITNEY 
ELINOR FOSDICK 
JINNET SEAVER 
KATHARINE YOW 
HELEN GELLER 
HELEN BRAGDON 



Athletic Association 

S. C. A. C. W. 

Chairman 

Musical Activities 

Weekly 

Dramatic Association 



Front Row: 



EMILY LEWIS 
KATRINA VAN HOOK 
SUZANNE SLOCUM 
MARION GROEZINGER 
ANNA CARR 



Debating 

Point System 

International Relations 

Why Club 

Press Board 



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Point System 

KATRINA VAN HOOK, '33, Chairman 

Back row, Left to right: 
Anne Densmore, '34, Cornelia Fabian, '35, Mary Holt, '36 Leonora Parsons, '36. 

Front row: 

Jean Babcock, '33, Janet Krogh, '34, Katrina Van Hook, '33, Constance 
Thayer, '34, Edith Pardee, '35. 



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Grass Cops 

MARION OUTERBRIDGE, '33, Chief 

Fourth row, left to right: 
Ruth Wood '33, Julia McWilliams '34, Mary Best '35. 

Third row: 

Dorothy-Ann Sawyer '35, Kathryn Hagar '35, Jane Adams '35, 

Marjorie Spiegel '34, Elizabeth Reed '33. 

Second row: 

Elinor Fosdick '33, Dorothy Eggers '35, Constance Adams '35, 

Mary Case '34, Anne Allen '35, Dorothy Fosdick '34. 

First row: 

Marjorie MacDonald '33, Jean Babcock '33, Marion Outerbridge '33. 

Jinnet Seaver '33, Natalie Hoyt '34. 

Other Members: 
Barbara Kelsey '34, Mary Payson '33. 



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Student Government Association 

The Student Association embarked on several interesting adventures 
this year : 

Assemblies by, for, and of the students took the place of chapel on Friday- 
mornings. Some of the speakers were : trustees — Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Morrow, 
Dr. Fosdick ; faculty — Miss Caverno, Miss Dunn, Messrs. Abbott, Harlow, 
Orton, Welch; students — Misses Carr, Lewis, Mather; others — Sir Herbert 
Ames, Mr. Phelps. Four assemblies were used for Association meetings and 
one for carol singing. 

Charity Ball was held in the Scott Gym on December Tenth. Its two ends, 
entertainment and earnings, were realized, and the earnings were given to 
the Community Chest. 

An Electoral System was devised by which all college, class, and activity 
officers were elected at a fixed time and in the order of their importance. It 
was intended to do away with the resigning, re-electing, and general con- 
fusion which resulted from the old lack of system. 

A new Handbook which is to be a combination of the Freshman Bible 
and the Customs and Regulations book was planned for. It's editor became 
the thirteenth member of the Activities Board. 

Judicial Board established Commission-of-Inquiry-for-the-Prevention-of- 
Crime. Each member of J. B. took eight campus houses as her special charges. 
She visited their Heads, Presidents, and Councils, periodically, to discuss 
problems and to exchange ideas. It is hoped that closer cooperation between 
J. B. members and house officers will result in a general better understanding 
of social relations and regulations. 

Student Advisors received six advisees apiece instead of one, took a 
training course to prepare them for the job, and entertained '36 at private 
parties and Fall Step Sing instead of at Freshman Frolic. 

The Student Association voted to amend its constitution. One amend- 
ment provided that the President of the House of Representatives should be 
elected by the Electoral Committee in the spring, instead of by the House in 
the Fall. Considering her importance it was felt that the President of the 
House of Reps should come into office at the same time and as a result of 
the same process as the Association President and the Chairman of Judicial 
Board. 

Another amendment provided that a second member of the Junior class 
should serve on Judicial Board instead of the extra representative from the 
House of Reps. 

The New England Assembly of the Model League of Nations was held at 
Smith the weekend of March tenth under the auspices of the International 
Club. 

The Five-College Conference of Student Government Heads was held at 
Smith the weekend of May sixth. 



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Phi Beta Kappa 



Back row, left to right: Catharine Christie, Laura Evans Marden, Louise 
Meigs Weimer, Theresa Charlotte Hoglund, Alice Haselden Brown. 

Fifth row: Nellie Frances Harrington, Florence Margaret Henry, (elected 
Junior Year) ; Doris Estelle Cook, Ruth Miriam Knight, Katrina Van 
Hook, (elected Junior Year). 

Fourth row: Anne Chittenden Pitts, Margaret Esther Hoover, Elisabeth 
Bemis Reed, Lucy Frances Horsfall, Marian Chandler Sykes, (elected 
Junior Year.) 

Third row: Margery Gladys Kaufmann, Miriam Natalie Macomber, Frances 
Cobb, (elected Junior Year); Catherine Lewerth, Helen Mary Harris. 

Second row: Marion Helen Horn, Charlotte Serena Butler, Marjorie Frieda 
Ginsburg, Helen Geller, Elinor Whitney Fosdick, Ellen Gleason, Lois 
Adelaide Jameson, Helen Josephine Fleming. 

Front row: Margaret Linden Mather, (elected Junior Year); Alice Ans- 
bacher Cohen, Mary Elizabeth Brown, (elected Junior Year) ; Janet Hollo- 
way Cairns, (elected Junior Year) ; Margaret Eleanor Martin, Helen 
Cecilia McDonough, Grace Edith Jarcho, Jane Kelsey, '34, Janet Cobb 
(elected Junior Year), Dorothy Fosdick, '34, Elizabeth Peace Sturges. 

Other members: Catherine Merriam Atwater, '34, Gertrude Kaercher Dresh- 
man, Margaret Linn Hamilton, Eleanor Warren Hayden, '34, Bertha Perl- 
stein, Margaret Rosenberg, Mary Langford Stearns. 



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EMILY LEWIS '34 
MARY BUNCE '35 



Debating Council 



Back row, left to right: 
BETTY HARDENBERGH '34 . 

EMILY LEWIS '34 

CHARLOTTE FITCH 34 ... . 



President^ 
Secretary^. 



Chairman of Publicity 

President 

Secretary (Resigned) 



Front row: 



MARY BUNCE '35 
HARRIET KALE '34 
DOROTHY HOUSTON '35 

Smith-Oxford Debate: Oct. 27 
Emily Lewis Harriet Kale 

Smith- Amherst Debate: Dec. 4 
Mary Bunce Marjorie Egbert 

Smith-Tufts Debate: Dec. 1 
Jeanne Sargent Bernardine Cooney 

Smith-Williams Debate: Dec. 77 
Dorothy Houston Charlotte Fitch 

LaFayette-Smith Debate: Dec. 17 
Betty Hardenbergh Madeleine Evans 

Smith-Amherst Debate: Feb. 23 
Emily Lewis Ruth Sheldon 

Vassar-Smith Debate: March 3 
Harriet Kale Jeanne Sargent 

*Radio Debate at WJZ fTemporary 



Secretary 

Chairman of Small Debates 

Entertainments 

Wesleyan-Smith Debate: March 13 
Marjorie Egbert Bernardine Cooney 

Bates-Smith Debate: March 17 
Mary Bunce Dorothy Houston 

Smith-University of Pennsylvania Debate: 

March 17~ 
Betty Hardenbergh Madeleine Evans 

Smith-Columbia Debate: April 21 
Harriet Kale Mary Bunce 

Columbia-Smith Debate: April 20 
Emily Lewis Betty Hardenbergh 

Smith-LaFayette Debate: April 20* 
Emily Lewis Betty Hardenbergh 

Dartmouth-Smith Debate: May 4 
Team not chosen 



Resignation 



^Temporary President 



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Alpha 

OFFICERS 



BERTHA PERLSTEIN '33 President 

CHARLOTTE FITCH '34 Secretary 

JANET SMITH '34 Treasurer 

CHARLOTTE DUSSER DE BARENNE '33, ELIZABETH 

HOFFMAN '34 Program Committee 

MEMBERS 

Back row, left to right: 
Pauline Barbe G. S., Virginia Gilman '34, Isabelle Pendleton '33, Lucy Wright '33 

Third row: 
Marion Horn '33. Mary Williams '34, Eleanor Weinstein '34, Charlotte Righeimer '33, 

Charlotte Dusser de Barenne '33 

Second row: 

Harriet Kale '34, Hester Mount '34, Elisabeth Hofmar.n '34, Josephine Wertheim '33, 

Helen Geller '33, Calvert Truxtun '33 

Front row: 

Ruth Hausman '33, Helen Bragdon '33, Janet Smith '34, Bertha Perlstein '33 Charlotte 

Fitch '34, Marion Bouteiller '33, Margaret Martin '33 

OTHER MEMBERS 
Florence Areson '33 Katherine Maule '34 

Virginia Clark '33 Rose Marie Harris '33 

Frances Keene '34 



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International Relations Club 



OFFICERS 
Back row, Left to right: 



JEAN SCHMOLZE, '34 




Secretary 


SUZANNE SLOCUM, '33 




President 


MARION BLAKE, '34 




Assistant Secretary 






Front row: 




JANE ADAMS, 


'35 




Treasurer 


MARGARET MATHER, '33 




Vice-President 


JANE KELSEY, 


'34 


MEMBERS : 
1933 


Room Committee 


Alice Brown 




Marion Groezinger 


Joan Ranson 


Jean Campbell 




Marguerite Holbrook 


Elizabeth Smith 


Helen Chaddock 




Elizabeth Maguire 


Natalie Starr 


Marjorie Cook 




Mary Mignot May 


Felicia Thomas 


Eleanor Faison 




Penelope Perry 


Katrina Van Hook 


Ellen Gleason 




1934 


Rosamond Wheeler 


Elizabeth Cantril 




Elizabeth Hyde 


Ruth Potter 


Alice Eckman 




Eunice Jameson 


Frances Schapiro 


Eleanor Ernst 




Helen Kussin 


Amy Scott 


Dorothy Fosdick 




Emily Lewis 


Sally Stewart 


Leila Fosburgh 




Hester Mount 


Helen Woodhull 


Eleanor Hayden 




1935 


Gertrude Woodruff 


Sarah Davis 




Fredelle Keyes 


Lucille Schmedtje 


Ellen de Normandie 




Elizabeth Nixon 
Patience Norman 


Mary Walton 




Phi Kappa Psi 



OFFICERS 



MIRIAM RAMER '33 
MARGARET SHERRARD '33 



President 
Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Back row, left to right: 

Rosalia Bailey '34, Jane Wallis '33 

Second Row: 

Katharine Yow '33, Valeria Burgess '33, Felicite Dempster '34, Janet Welt '34, 

Natalie Hoyt '34 

Front row: 

Dorothy Loeb '34, Margaret Sherrard '33, Miriam Ramer '33, Jeannette Manning '33, 
Sara Hubler '33, Margaret Mather '33 



OTHER MEMBERS 



Mary Brown '33 
Anne Gilbert '33 



Mary Reynolds '33 
Ruth Murdock '34 



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President 


ELIZABETH COY 




Vice-President 


FRANCES COBB 




Secretary 


JANE FERRIS 


MEMBERS : 
1933 


Treasurer 


Frances Beck 


Kate Greene 


Marion Mcllveen 


Jane Bennett 


Eleanor Grout 


Eleanor Newhall 


Pauline Christie 


Roberta Hall 


Marion Outerbridge 


Janet Cobb 


Harriet Hansen 


Belle Pike 


Margery Davis 


Lucile Harris 


Anne Pitts 


Edith Eustis 


Lenore Hellman 


Mary Powell 


Elinor Fosdick 


Margaret Hoover 


Jayne Sprout 


Ruth Gleeson 


Leona Kleban 


Mary Stearns 


Margery Goldsmith 


Jane Leonard 
Elisabeth Mathesius 

1934 


Elizabeth Zschiesche 


Priscilla Anderson 


Katharine Doe 


Edith Rogers 


Annette Beals 


Elizabeth Dyer 


Katherine Simpson 


Dorothy Bergen 


Ellen Foot 


Elizabeth Shute 


Flora Best 


Deborah Gilbert 


Lucy Smith 


Clara Carley 


Margaret Humm 


Eliza Taylor 


Margaret Clark 


Jane Kaufholtz 


Gertrude Tuckey 


Margaret Covell 


Althea Kessler 


Margaret Walbran 


Janet Darling 


Virginia Lent 


Virginia Whitney 


Anne Densmore 


Frances Lisle 


Ruth Whittemore 


Dorothy Dewhurst 


Jane McWhinney 
Mary Robbins 


Barbara Williamson 



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OFFICERS 



KATHERINE FITZGERALD, 1933 
DOROTHY BOYLES, 1933 
JEAN RUMSEY, 1933 
BERTHA PERLSTEIN, 1933 



Rosalia Bailey, '34 
Dorothy Boyles, '33 
Elizabeth Brooks, '33 
Mary Case, '34 



Virginia Clark, '33 
Virginia Gilman, '34 



Pauline Barbe 
Helen Bisbing 
Margaret Brewster 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Katherine FitzGerald, '33 
Mary Grace Hannahs, '34 
Ruth Kimball, '33 
Frances King, '33 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Elsa Parshley, '35 
Elfrida Smith, '35 
Janet Smith, '34 



GRADUATE MEMBERS 

Gwendolyn Duggan 
Isadore Hatch 
Esther Jones 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Program Chairman 



Jean Rumsey, '33 
Bertha Perlstein, '33 
Miriam Slack, '34 
Katharine Yow, '33 



Marie-Louise Stockard, '35 
Sophie Wulfekuhler, '35 



Elisabeth Neebe 
Marian Roberts 
Mary Parke 



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COLLOQUIUM 



OFFICERS 



FRANCES BECK '33 
MARGARET HUMM '34 
RUTH WHITTEMORE '34 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Jane Bennett 
Pauline Christie 
Frances Cobb 
Janet Cobb 
Edith Eustis 
Elinor Fosdick 
Ruth Gleeson 
Margery Goldsmith 



Priscilla Anderson 
Ruth Bellinger 
Dorothy Bergan 
Dorothy Dewhurst 
Ellen Foot 



MEMBERS 
1933 



1934 



1935 
Ella Foster 



Eleanor Grout 
Lucile Harris 
Maricn Horn 
Frances Horsfall 
Leona Kleban 
Marion Outerbridge 
Anne Pitts 
Elisabeth Reed 



Jean Johnston 
Althea Kessler 
Eleanor Mackenzie 
Eliza Taylor 
Eleanor Tucker 



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OFFICERS 

ALEXANDRA MEYENDORFF, 1933 
LAURA PHILLIPS, 1934 
ANNETTA BEALS, 1934 

MEMBERS 
Foreign Students 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Pauline Barbe (France) 
Charlotte Dusser de Barenne 

(Holland) 
Dorothea Dusser de Barenne 

(Holland) 
Giovanna Borgese (Italy) 
Margaret Catty (England) 
Ettie Lin Toy Chin (China) 
Evelyn Clark (England) 
Rachel Daltry (Australia) 
Luciana Daveglia (Italy) 
Eunice Duthoit (England) 
Inge Haas (Germany) 

Yii Soo-Tsing 



Frances Beck 
Marion Brown 
Jean Campbell 
Murgaret Clark 
Mary Lee Evans 
Jane Ferris 



Alison Hardy (Canada) 
Frances Horsfall (Bermuda) 
Margaret Humm (England) 
Gweneth Humphreys (Canada) 
Dora Kaufman (Canada) 
Eleanor Mackenzie (Canada) 
Daisy Mattei (Porto Rico) 
Mary McFarquar (Scotland) 
Helen Nebolsine (Russian) 
Victoria Sacharjan (Estonia) 
Elfrida Smith (Bermuda) 
Giovanna Sodi (Italy) 
Lidia Staloff (France) 
(China) 



American Students 

Elizabeth Floyd 
Elinor Fosdick 
Helen Harris 
Sara Hilken 
Constance Houghton 
Antonia Krufka 
Miriam Macomber 



Elisabeth Mathesius 
Margaret Maslin 
Hester Mount 
Amy Scott 
Katherine Stawasz 
Helen Woodhull 



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JANE WALLIS, '33 




President 




BEATRICE WHITNEY, 


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Vice-President 




FRANCES KEENE, '34 




Secretary 




ELIZABETH CLYMER, 


'35 .... 

MEMBERS 
1933 


Treasurer 




Betty Barrows 


Barbara Howard 


Helen Nebolsine 




Ruth Bryan 


Janet Howell 


Jean Newbury 




Valeria Burgess 


Grace Jarcho 


Anne Pitts 




Mary Claflin 


Beatrice Johnson 


Cora Ripley 




Violet Colin 


Janet Lahey 


Rebecca Satterlee 




Elizabeth De Chant 


Janice Levy 


Jane Sawyer 




Madeleine Dubreuil 


Jane Lewis 


Marialice Smith 




Mary Lee Evans 


Helen McDonough 


Mary Steiner 




Mary-Lucile Getchell 


Leone Maclean 


Virginia Stewart 




Marjorie Ginsburg 


Miriam Macomber 


Barbara Wallace 




Molly Goodwin 


Terese Marks 


Doris Wechsler 




Harriett Green 


Frances Middleton 


Rosamond Wheeler 




Margaret Hamilton 


Eva Morrison 


Elsa Wise 




Lucy Horner 


1934 


Caroline Young 




Mary Bentley 


Jane Kelsey 


Isabelle Wade 




Mary Case 


Madeleine Leonard 


Janice Wile 




Dorothy Fosdick 


Frances Morton 


Cornelia Williamson 




Eleanor Hayden 


Margaret Tilson 
1935 


Louise Wurts 




Jane Adams 


Eleanor Boone 


Giovanna Sodi 



1941 




CEOLCCyCWB 



OFFICERS 



ANNE SCOFIELD ,'33 






President 


MARY BENNETT, '34 






Secretary 


LOIS BAKER, '33 




MEMBERS 
1933 


Treasurer 


Dorothy Fabian 




Gertrude Olsen 
1934 


Mary Manley 


Mary Church 






Marjorie Eldridge 


Althea Dobbins 






Marjorie Tait 




ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 




Anne Allen, '35 
Marion Brown, 


'34 




Lorraine McCutcheon, '35 
Rebecca Rhodes, '35 



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BERTHA SCHMIDT, '33 




President 


ELLEN FOOT, '34 






Secretary 


RUTH BESSON, '33 


MEMBERS 
1933 




Treasurer 


Frances Beck 


Elinor Fosdick 




Constance Kreimer 


Eleanor Bohn 


Helen Geller 




Leone Maclean 


Valeria Burgess 


Lenore Hellmann 




Miriam Macomber 


Charlotte Butler 


Theresa Hoglund 




Elizabeth Masser 


Frances Cobb 


Dorothy Isaacs 




Ruth Silverman 


Janet Cobb 


Margery Kaufmann 




Elizabeth Williams 


Edith Fatka 


1934 




Caroline Young 


Alice Eckman 


Eleanor Katz 




Gretchen Schneider 


Helen Feltman 


Helen Kussin 




Elizabeth Stout 


Elisabeth Heuchling 


Jeroma Litman 
Constance Shild 

1935 




Cornelia Williamson 


Jane Adams 


Pauline Goldberg 




Margaret Palmer 


Mary Albrecht 


Rose Hirschhorn 




Maja Pfister 


Katharine Austin 


Bessie Israel 




Anne Quinby 


Hazel Clare 


Barbara Kiefer 




Barbara Schreiber 


Harriet Clark 


Patience Norman 




Elinor Sommers 




Inge Haas, Graduate 


Student 






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CREEK CLUB 



OFFICERS 



HESTER ADAMS, '34 




President 


RUTH POTTER, '34 


MEMBERS 
1933 


Secretary 


Helen Bragdon 
Alma Drabble 


Mary Reinhardt 
1934 


Grace Jarco 
Margaret Mather 


Abby Allen 
Marion Blake 


1935 
Patience Norman 


Alice Gregg 
Dorothea Hendricks 



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MOINETTE WATSON, '33 


President 




ELIZABETH MAHONEY, 


'33 ... 


Secretary 




VIRGINIA COOK, '35 


MEMBERS 
1933 


Treasurer 




Susanna Bennett 


Marguerite Holbrook 


Rhoda Ann Powell 




Eleanor Blaney 


Lucy Horner 


Miriam Ramer 




Priscilla Boyd 


Janet Howell 


Margaret Rosenberg 




Ruth Byran 


Dorothy Johnson 


Grace Sherer 




Valeria Burgess 


Helen Long 


Marian Sykes 




Elizabeth Coy 


Marjorie MacDonald 


Teresa Tomole 




Madeleine Dubreuil 


Leone Maclean 


Jane Wallis 




Marjorie Ginsburg 


Laura Marden 


Elsa Wise 




Elizabeth Glynn 


Marjorie Mott 


Elizabeth Woodworth 




Jane Ferris 


Helen Nebolsine 


Susanna Wright 




Margaret Hamilton 


Helen O'Brien 

Mary Louise Olmsted 

1934 


Katharine Yow 




Marjorie Ballou 


Grace Hamilton 


Marian Smith 




Elizabeth Colladay 


Anstice Kimball 


Charlotte Snyder 




Ellen Downes 


Madeleine Leonard 


Elizabeth Sticht 




Angelina Feo 


Edith Sidway 


Virginia Whitney 




Mary Feo 


1935 


Charmian Woodruff 




Nancy Allen 


Elizabeth Scott 


Carol Tidball 




Barbara Chesney 


Edith Thomas 

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Patricia Tilton 



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LATIN CLUB 



OFFICERS 



DORIS COOK, '33 






President 


CATHERINE STEVENS, 


'34 


MEMBERS 
1933 


Secretary and Treasurer 


Mary Brown 
Ruth Bryan 
Minnie De Chant 
Rosemary Gannon 
Mary Hulst 




1934 


Harriett McGarry 
Elizabeth McNamara 
Marjorie Mott 
Mary Reinhardt 
Jean Wilson 


Abby Allen 
Edith Bardwell 
Cecil Carnes 




1935 


Mary Case 
Lucille Hollander 
Kathleen Young 


Phyllis Ames 
Ida Belinkie 




Janet Mierau 


Nora Flahive 
Lucile Maples 



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LUBA CLUB 



OFFICERS 



DOROTHY O'DONNELL 


, '34 ... 


President 


OLIVE HARRINGTON, 


34 ... 


Vice-President 


KATHARINE BARRETT, 


'35 . 


Secretary & Treasurer 


MAE ZAKSZEWSKI, 


'33 


MEMBERS 
1933 


House of Representatives 


Virginia Bush 




Nellie Harrington 


Eleanor O'Conner 


Jacquelin Griffiths 




Florence Henry 
Virginia Koerber 

1934 


Emily Sheffeld 


Bernadine Cooney 




Elizabeth Locke 


Mary Mathewson 


Dorothy Dewhurst 




Helen Lucey 
1935 


Julia Michno 


Gertrude Allen 




Henrietta Gray 


Nellie Prasol 


Burnese Carson 




Vestha Hoxie 


Janis Rappaport 


Jean Cary 




Mildred Koerber 


Jeanette Sears 


Margaret Dragon 




Antonia Krufka 


Katharyn Stubbs 


Nora Flahive 




Annette O'Leary 


Alice Triouleyre 


Patricia Fuller 




Olive Oliver 
Elsa Parshley 

1936 


Ruth White 


Muriel Cameron 




Beth Lovering 


Ruth Richason 


Ruth Fleming 




Helen Newell 


Mary Ryan 


Joyce Harriman 




Elizabeth Petcen 


Alice Warner 


Helen Ibershoff 




Mary Powers 


Ruth Walz 


Mary Lewis 






June Yale 



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MATU CLUB 



OFFICERS 



NELLIE HARRINGTON, '33 




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President 


VIVIAN BRANDSHAFT, '34 






Secretary 


THERESA TONOLE, '35 






Treasurer 


MAE ZAKSZEWSKI, '33 


MEMBERS 
1933 




Historian 


Claudia Balson 
Edith Fatka 
Eleanora Hutchinson 


Sarah Terry 
1934 


Ruth Knight 
Ruth Mehlman 
Elisabeth Reed 




Louise Adams 
Margaret Clayland 
Bernadine Cooney 
Inez Hall 


Ellen Steele 


Mary Keller 
Laura Phillips 
Helen Richardson 
Olive Ross 





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OLD LETTERS 



OFFICERS 



NANCY BOOTHBY, '33 






President 


VIRGINIA LOWRIE, '33 


MEMBERS 
1933 




Secretary 


Bernice Budgell 
Ann Chess 
Rosemary Gannon 


Rosamond Wheeler 
1934 


Eunice Kellogg 
Ruth Kimball 
Harriet Terry 




Hester Adams 
Martha Grice 
Mary Kenney 


1935 


Helen Kussin 
Louise Murphy 
Constance Thayer 




Eleanor Buchanan 




Alice Triouleyre 





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OFFICERS 



EILEEN McGRATH, '33 






President 


MARY THOMPSON, '33 






Secretary 


EVELYN PATTERSON, '33 


MEMBERS 
1933 




Treasurer 


Valeria Burgess 




Eleanor Perry 




Virginia Bush 




Peggy Pitman 




Margaret Martin 


Natalie Starr 
1934 


Miriam Ramer 




Marjorie Henger 




Sarah Stratton 




Alice MacRae 


Mary Louise Williams 


Eleanor Weinsteir 




HONORARY MEMBERS 






Mary Black 




Tabitha Petran 





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OFFICERS 



ELEANOR SWAN, '33 
JEAN JOHNSTON, '34 
HARRIET WOODARD, '34 
MARY MOODY, '34 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Ruth Beardslee 
Frances Beck 
Mary Benjamin 
Dorothy Boyles 
Janet Cairns 
Frances Cobb 
Mary Dorion 



MEMBERS 
1933 

Edith Eustis 
Elinor Fosdick 
Ellen Gleason 
Nellie Harrington 
Marion Horn 
Barbara Howard 
Eleanora Hutchinson 



Dorothy Isaacs 
Ruth Knight 
Elisabeth Mathesius 
Elisabeth Reed 
Sarah Terry 
Teresa Tonole 
Ruth Wood 



Vivian Brandshaft 
Eleanor Ernst 
Ellen Foot 
Gwendolyn Grant 
Mary Hughes 



1934 

Florence Kelley 
Jane Kelsey 
Hester Mount 
Katherine Neuhaus 



Helen Rayner 
Sarah Stratton 
Harriet Thatcher 
Theo Thomas 
Emily Watson 



Carlotta Hammitt 
Elisabeth Howard 
Phyllis Marston 



1935 

Ruth Neely 
Mary Rodman 



Elizabeth Royon 
Ruth Weinstein 
Mary Weinstein 



1933 



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OFFICERS 



PRISCILLA CAHILL '33 
CAROLYN CARR '33 



President 
Secretary & Treasurer 



Viola Buell 
Janet Cairns 
Jean Campbell 
Eleanor Faison 
Louise Farnsworth 
Jean Farquhar 
Helen Fleming 



Marjorie Ballou 
Frances Blakeslee 
Elsie Elfring 
Madeleine Evans 



MEMBERS 

1933 

Lucile Harris 
Ruth Hausman 
Elizabeth Lee 
Margaret Martin 
Helen O'Brien 
Eleanor Perry 
Peggy Pitman 
Miriam Ramer 



1934 

Sarah Fisher 
Lillian Giraitis 
Florence Heidelberger 
Eleanor Judson 
Julia Michno 



Natalie Robertson 
Suzanne Slocum 
Natalie Starr 
Laura Stolzenberg 
Eleanor Swan 
Louise Weimer 
Margery Winchell 



Winifred Mitchell 
Margaret Murnan 
Constance Potter 
Adele Smith 



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SOCIAL SCIENCE 



OFFICERS 



ANNA CARR, '33 






President 


VIOLA BUELL, '33 






Vice-President 


JANET CAIRNS, '33 






Secretary & Treasurer 




MEMBERS 




Jane Ailing 






Barbara Grimm 


Elizabeth Atlee 






Laura Hayward 


Margaret Baker 






Dorothy Isaacs 


Floretta Bernstein 






Jane Meyer 


Mary Byrne 






Mabel Potter 


Adele Dayton 






Mildred Ogden 


Elizabeth Ehlers 






Nancy Robb 


Jane Garrettson 






Margaret Roos 


Marion Groezinger 






Jane Sawyer 


Pearl Guttman 






Katherine Van Varick 




Jane 


Wilson 





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STUDIO CLUB 



OFFICERS 



DOROTHY VON ELM, '33 




President 


ELIZABETH HOFFMAN, '34 


MEMBERS 
1933 


Secretary & Treasurer 


Ann Baker 




Elinor Levis 


Florence Blumenthal 




Elizabeth Lewis 


Elizabeth Bushnell 




Jeannette Manning 


Eleanor Egan 




Martha Morris 


Virginia Gilbert 




Jean Murdock 


Harriet Hansen 




Emily Sheffeld 


Elizabeth Halsey 




Susan Smith 


Mary Hulst 




Eleanor Thorn 


Margery Kaufmann 




Jennett Walker 


Mary Knox 


Katrina Van Hook 
1934 


Katherine Willauer 


Flora Best 


Charlotte Fitch 

1935 
Margaret Clark 


Felicite Dempster 



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OFFICERS 



KATHERINE FITZGERALD, 


'33 


President 


LEILA FOSBURGH, 34 


MEMBERS 
1933 


Secretary & Treasurer 


Claudia Balson 
Mary Dorion 
Virginia Gilbert 
Lois Hawkins 


Jean Wilson 
1934 


Florence Henry 
Constance Houghton 
Leone Maclean 
Jane Wallis 


Louise Adams 
Dianne Brown 
Marian Drabble 
Ruth Dudley 
Angelina Feo 


Lois Sanborn 
1935 


Frances Lisle 
Helen Little 
Amy Mcintosh 
Olive Ross 
Lucy Russell 


Harriet Bissell 
Patricia Boyer 
Hazel Clare 


Marian Weaver 


Olive Hunt 
Jeanne Sargent 
Madeleine Tatton 



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VOX CLUB 



OFFICERS 



PEGGY PITMAN, 1933 




President 


MARY LINDEKE, 1933 


MEMBERS 
1933 


Secretary-Treasurer 


Virginia Benjamin 




Virginia Gilbert 


Virginia Cathcr 




Pearl Guttman 


Margaret Conklin 




Anne Newton 


Dorothy Fransden 


1934 


Constance Walther 


Elizabeth Andrews 




Charlotte Fitch 


Elizabeth Brewer 




Elizabeth Fisher 


Elsie Elfring 


Sarah Westcott 
1935 


Harriet Kale 


Margaret Callanan 




Dorothy Houston 


Agnes Foss 


Margaret Wright 


Pauline Witty 



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WUX CLUB 



OFFICERS 



MARION GROEZINGER, '33 
STELLA CHESS, '35 
HELEN WOODHULL, '34 
ANN CHESS, '33 
MARJORIE COOK, '33 



Helen Bissell 
Dorothy Ehleider 
Eleanor Faison 
Dorothy Frandsen 
Rosemary Gannon 
Ruth Gerson 
Barbara Grimm 



Marion Barnes 
Ruth Bellinger 
Marion Blake 
Lemma Boice 
Vivian Brandshaft 
Frances Brown 
Margaret Clayland 
Mary Coleman 
Margaret Corrigan 

Calie Berman 
Mary Bunce 
Margaret Clark 



MEMBERS 

1933 

Ruth Hausman 
Laura Haywood 
Marguerite Hendrickson 
Elizabeth Herridge 
Marion Horn 
Virginia Koerber 
Priscilla Kennaday 
Leona Kleban 



1934 



Eleanor Ernst 
Charlotte Fitch 
Lillian Giraitis 
Rosalind Grosberg 
Jane Henle 
Ruth Holiner 
Eleanor Judson 
Edith Katz 



Tybell Kasov 
Frances Keene 
Jane Kelsey 
Edith Kessler 
Helen Lambert 
Dorothy Lewis 
Vita Nathanson 
Ann Peirce 



1935 



Margaret Corson Fredelle Keyes 

Marjorie Egbert Frieda Lisker 

Anitra Freedman 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Program Chairman 

Publicity Director 



Virginia Lowrie 
Bertha Perlstein 
Joan Ranson 
Florence Shaneberger 
Laura Stolzenberg 
Esther Sylvia 
Josephine Wertheim 



Laura Phillips 
Rosalind Sadoff 
Jean Schmolze 
Elizabeth Shumacher 
Madeline Tregaskis 
Sarah Westcott 
Cornelia Williamson 
Edith Woodcock 
Charmian Woodruff 

Janet Moss 
Jean Potter 
Anne Wertheim 



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Left to right: 

Soo-Tsing Yii, Evelyn Clark, Pauline Barbe, Giovanna Sodi, Daisy Mattei, 
Helen Nebolsine, Giovanna Borgese, Eunice Duthoit, Victoria Sacharjan, 
Lucianna Daveglia, Alexandra Meyendorff, Inge Haas. 



Other Foreign Students: 

Margaret Catty 

Tamare Dembo 

Charlotte Dusser de Barenne 

Dorothea Dusser de Barenne 

Frances Horsfall 

Elfrida Smith 

Lydia Staloff 



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Athletic Association 193 2- 193 3 

The year 1932-1933 has been a most successful one for the Athletic As- 
sociation, although it has been more of a normal and at home year than last 
year, when events like the opening of the New Athletic Fields and the Hockey 
game with the visiting Scotch team provided unusual excitement. 

A dance recital by Harold Kreutzberg under the auspices of the A. A. 
was the first large and unusual event after the present administration had 
been installed in the spring of 1932, and it proved immensely inspiring to 
the members of our Dance Group and to the general run of laymen. 

The annual Red Cross Life Saving Week took place as usual and ended 
up with a demonstration by the Yale Swimming Team which, true to form, 
packed the swimming pool with admiring feminine onlookers. 

The Freshman Reception assumed a place of importance this year as a 
special feature of the Freshman Day under the new Advisee system. Many 
more Freshmen appeared than formerly, and although rain forced the events 
to take place indoors, the program of a basketball game, fencing, swimming, 
badminton, and deck tennis, to say nothing of cider and doughnuts, set the 
Freshmen off to a flying start. 

The Alumnae Reception followed shortly in the fall, successfully taking 
place as scheduled in the open air. A grand march, led by a band, and games 
on all the new athletic fields gave the alumnae a chance to see the athletic side 
of the college in full swing. 

A Decadent Gym Class made its appearance this year among all the other 
various activities, prompted by the desire of certain students, especially those 
doing Special Honors, who began to be alarmed at the sedentary life that 
they were leading. A strenuous as well as sociable group met regularly, thus 
affording another proof that the gym habit is not thoroughly discarded as 
soon as the requirement is over. 

Posture Week was an attempt, by means of striking and amusing posters, 
signs and announcements to make the College posture-conscious. 

The Nickerson Cup was presented for the first time this year. It is the gift 
of Mrs. Peg Nickerson Osgood of the class of 1912, and is given in memory 
of her father, Mr. Henry Nickerson. It is to be awarded annually from now 
on, to the individual who by playing ability, sportsmanship and general atti- 
tude has contributed most to the basketball season. 

As for the rest of the activities of the traditional schedule, such as tourna- 
ments and field days, etc., they have progressed most smoothly. Life Guard 
has given demonstrations of fancy swimming, as for instance swimming with 
lights, diving, etc., at Smith and also in Springfield. Dance Group delighted an 
overflowing Students' Building for two nights with their recital. And Outing 
Club was especially active in promoting trips to the cabins and interchanges 
of visits with outing clubs of other colleges. The A. A. can therefore point to 
a very full and interesting year despite the fact that it was one that called 
for economy in many lines. 



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Athletic Association Board 



OFFICERS 



VIRGINIA WHITNEY 
JANE McWHINNEY 
ELINOR FOSDICK 
MARY BEST 
EDITH ALEXANDERSON 



President 

Vice-President 

Honorary Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



Left to Right, Back Row 



Jean Miller Outing Club Chairman 

Ellen Foot . . Riding Representative 
Charlotte Fitch Track Representative 

Flora Best . Life Guard Representative 
Mary Josephine Kenney 



Marion Ellen Outerbridge Squash Rep. 
Margery Goldsmith . . Bowling Rep. 
Frances Beck Hockey Representative 

Elizabeth Willcox . Crew Representative 
A. House Representative Chairman 



Mary Best 
Elinor Fosdick 
Virginia Whitney 



Center Row 
Treasurer Jane McWhinney 



Honorary Vice-Pres. 
President 
Gertrude Olsen 



Edith Alexanderson 
Virginia Chalmers 
Swimming Representative 



Front Row 
Grace Bissell . Baseball Representative Frances Horsfall 

Edith Miller Basketball Rep. Janet Darling 

Nancy Boothby . Tennis Representative Dorothy Fosdick 

Other Members 
Elsa Dommerich . Publicity Manager Charlotte Righeimer 

Margaret Martin . Dance Group Chairman Margaret Woodbridge 

Charmian Woodruff . . Soccer Representative 



Vice-President 

Secretary 

Asst. Treasurer 



Badminton Rep. 

Press Board Rep. 

La Crosse Rep. 



Archery Rep. 
Fencing Rep. 



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JEAN MILLER 
JANE BRIDGMAN 
ELEANOR TUCKER 



Elizabeth Friend 
Ellen Foot 
Sarah Fuller 
Jane Bridgman 
Jean Miller 



Dorothy Dewhurst 
Hope Rockwell 
Jeanette Sears 



Eleanor Jndson 



Outing Club 

OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 
Back row, left to right: 



Front Row 

Other Members 
Sarah Westcott 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



Eleanor Tucker 
Anne Densmore 
Margaret Sussman 
Helen Barlow 
Mary Church 



Eleanor Bingham 
Frances Beck 
Elizabeth Nixon 



Eleanor Mackenzie 



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LaCrosse 1932 



1933 
Left to right, back row: 

Elinor Fosdick, Left Attack; Elisabeth Reed, Goal; Frances Beck, Cover Point; Alice Brown, 
2nd Home; Helen Bragdon, 3rd Man; Jane Ferris, 3rd Home; Catherine Lewerth, Center; 
Janet Cobb, Point. 

Front row: 

Frances Cobb, Cover Point; Elisabeth Mathesius, Left Defense; Helen Nebolsine, Right 
Attack; Anne Pitts, Right Defense. 



1934 



Margaret Corrigan — 1st Home 
Janet Darling — 2nd Home 
Catharine Deacon — 3rd Home 
Virginia Whitney — Center 
Lucy Smith — 3rd Man 
Charmian Woodruff — Cover Point 



Anne Densmore — Point 
Dorothy Fosdick — Right Attack (Capt.) 
Juliet France — Right Defense 
Barbara Williamson — Left Attack 
Eleanor Ernst — Left Defense 
Virginia Lent — Goal 



1935 



Virginia Chalmers — 1st Home 
Honoria Wallis — 2nd Home 
Elisabeth Pratt — 3rd Man 
Barbara Hunt — Center 
Ruth Hessler — 3rd Man 
Charlotte Ullom — Cover Point 



Elizabeth Bowman — Point 
Edith Alexanderson — Right Attack 
Janet Creighton — Right Defense 
Elsa Dommerick — Left Attack 
Emmita Perry — Left Defense 
Marian Ewing — Goal 



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MARGARET MARTIN 
FLORENCE ARESON 



Dance Group 



President 
Vice-President 



Back row, left to right: 

Elizabeth Smith, Charlotte Fitch, Elizabeth Friend, Mary Reynolds, Margaret 
Martin, Florence Areson, Bee Rich, Charlotte Hoffman, Ruth Besson. 

Middle row: 

Eleanor Boone, Marjorie Hall, Stella Chess, Madge Salomon, Martha Morris, 
Elizabeth Sanborn. 

Front row: 

Margaret Bulmer, Elizabeth Hofmann. 



Other Members: 



Clara Carley 
Edna Greenberg 



Margaret Sample 
E. Jacqueline Sissa 



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S" Pins 



Left to right: 

Elinor Fosdick, '33, (awarded in 1932); Gertrude Olsen, '33, Helen Bragdon, 
'33, Virginia Whitney, '34, Catherine Lewerth, '33, (awarded in 1932); 
Dorothy Fosdick, '34. 



The "S" Pin is the highest award of the Athletic Associ- 
ation. This is an honorary award and is given annually 
to no more than six students who have proved themselves 
to be of unusually fine calibre, and who have consistently 
contributed their interest and effort to the promotion of 
Athletics. 



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All-Smith Blazers 

Left to right: 

Dorothy Fosdick, '34 Marjorie MacDonald, '33 

Elinor Fosdick, '33 

Also: 
Frances Cobb, '33 



The All-Smith Blazer is awarded to those girls who have 
made at least three All-Smith teams during their college 
career. 




All Smith Hockey 

Left to right, back row: 
Eva Morrison, '33 

3rd row: 
Carol Tidball, '35 Catharine Deacon, '34 

2nd row: 

Katharine Wright, '35 Anne Densmore, '34 

Edith Alexanderson, '35 

1st row 

Marjorie Chittenden, '35 Kate Greene, '33 

Dorothy Fosdick, '34 Judith Pigeon, '35 

Elsa Dommerich, '35 



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1934 

Marjorie Spiegel Dorothy Fosdick (Capt.) 
Catharine Deacon Grace Bissell 
Anne Densmore Natalie Hoyt 
Mary Josephine Kenney 



Anne Cooksey 
Sidney Thomas 



Also 

Ruth Potter 
Janet Krogh 




1933 

Catherine Lewerth Kate Greene (Capt.) 

Frances Beck Ruth Wood 

Nancy Boothby Ruth Besson 

Elizabeth Schaffer Eva Morrison 
Edith Eustis 



Marian Barnuni 



Also 

Eileen McGrath 




1935 

Dorothy Spalding Virginia Chalmers 

Honoria Wallis (Capt.) Elizabeth Emlen 
Edith Alexanderson Marjorie Chittenden 

Elsa Dommerich Charlotte Ullom 

Judith Pigeon Katharine Wright 

Carol Tidball 



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Beatrice Marcy 
Elizabeth Proctor 
Mary Appleton 
Ethel Spencer 
Jane Wilson 



1936 

Anne Ogilby (Capt.) 
Phoebe Weed 
Elizabeth Zimmerman 
Emily Lincoln 
Joy Homer 






Also 
Janet Bulkley 



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All-Smith Soccer 

Back row left to right: 
Elisabeth Reed, '33, Jane Ferris, '33, Mary Talbot, '34 

Center row: 
Frances Cobb, '33, Janet Cobb, '33, Alice Brown, '33 

Front row: 

Elinor Fosdick, '33, Helen Bragdon, '33, Jean Babcock, '33, 
Charmian Woodruff, '34, Margaret Corrigan, '34 



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1934 

Back row, left to right: Mary Talbot, Eleanor 
Tucker, Mary Caroline Cole. 

Center row: Barbara Williamson, Jean Lam- 
bert, Gertrude Tukey, Elizabeth Hyde. 

Front row: Pauline Davenport, Charmian 
Woodruff (Capt.), Margaret Corrigan. 

Also: Eleanor Mackenzie. 



1933 

Back row, left to ri\ght : Jane Ferris, Margaret 

Gordon. 
Center row: Frances Cobb, Elisabeth Reed, 

Janet Cobb, Alice Brown, 
Front row: Frances King, Helen Bragdon, 

Jean Babcock (Capt.), Betty Coy, Elinor 

Fosdick. 



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Back row, left to right: Dorothea Dusser de 
Barenne, Elizabeth Jacobs. 

Center row: Sara Swan, Helen Brown, Mar- 
garet Wenk, Julia Wilhelmi. 

Front row: Mary Louise Whitney, Jane Mc- 
Kendree, Eleanor Gould (Capt), Emily 
Luch, Emily Pribe. 



1935 

Back row, left to right: Emily Myers, 
Cornelia Hawley, Jane Adams. 

Center row: Louise Partridge, Margaret Rus- 
sell (Capt.), Gretchen Rose. 

Front row: Margaret Bulmer, Barbara Hunt, 
Martha Terry, Janet Creighton, Constance 
Morrow. 




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All-Smith Basketball Team 



Back row left to right: 

Juliet France, '34, Frances Beck, '33, Mary Payson, '33, Honoria Wallis, '35, 

Marjorie MacDonald, '33 

Front row: 

Elinor Fosdick, '33, Jeanette Lambert, '34, Edith Miller, '33, 
Dorothy Fosdick, '34 



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1934 

Back row, left to right: Virginia Whitney, 
Forward ; Jeanette Lambert, Forward. 

Front row: Margaret Corrigan, Forward; 
Mary J. Kenney, Guard; Juliet France, 
Guard (Capt.) ; Barbara Williamson, 
Guard; Dorothy Fosdick, Side Center. 

Other members: Marjorie Spiegel, Center; 
Janet Pratt, Side Center. 



1933 

Back row, left to right: Catherine Lewerth, 
Forward ; Frances Beck, Guard ; Mary 
Payson, Center; Helen Bragdon, Side- 
Center. 

Front row: Alice Brown, Guard; Marjorie 
MacDonald, Guard; Edith Miller, Forward 
(Capt.); Elinor Fosdick, Side-Center; 
Lenore Hellman, Forward. 





1936 

Back row: Eleanor Gould, Forward; Mar/ 
Holt, Forward ; Charlotte Riggs, Guard ; 
Anne Ogilby, Forward. 

Front row: Mary Knoblauch, Side Center; 
Anne Reed, Guard ; Phoebe Weed, Side 
Center (Capt.); Lacey Smith, Center; Pris- 
cilla Smith, Guard. 



1935 

Back row, left to right: Nancy Kershaw. 
Center; Honoria Wallis, Forward; Emily 
Myers, Guard. 

Front row: Marjorie Chittenden, Forward; 
Edith Alexanderson, Side-Center; Elizabeth 
Gillett, Forward (Capt.) ; Katharine Wright, 
Side-Center; Margaret Bulmer, Guard; 
Barbara Hunt, Guard. 




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Back row left to right: 
Dorothea McEvoy, '34, Virginia Lent, '34, Marion Myers, '35, Sara Smith, '35 

Front row: 

Mary Best, '35, Barbara Kiefer, '35, Flora Best, '34, Constance Dudley, '35, 

Josephine Bingham, '35 



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Left to right: Edith Greenleaf, Gertrude 
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Other members: Elizabeth Orr. 



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Back row, left to right: Margery Hodder, 
Betsy Wheeler, Virginia Lent, Edith Rogers, 
Gertrude Tukey. 

Front row: Marjorie Henger, Sarah Westcott, 
Jane Bowman, Flora Best (Capt.), Sally 
Stewart, Mary Cantlin, Dorothea McEvoy. 




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Back row, left to right: Virginia Saxe, 

Frances Williams, Olive Hunt. 
Front row: Josephine Bingham, Barbara 

Kiefer, Mary Best (Capt.), Margaret 

Dragon, Marion Myers. 
Other members: Constance Dudley, Susan 

Raymond, Sara Smith. 



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Back row, left to right: Bertha Kelso, Mar- 
jorie Browning, Lucy Maxwell, Doris 
Foster. 

Front row: Priscilla Mackie, Sara Swan, 
Nancy Morris, Dorothy Rockwell (Capt.), 

Margaret Pierce, Phyllis Morley, Barbara 
Bartlett. 

Also: Kate Daniels, Katherine Roberts. 



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Flora Best, '34, Captain 

Back row Left to right: 

Mary Cantlin, '34, Margery Hodder, '34, Dorothea McEvoy, '34, 
Gertrude Tukey, '34, Edith Rogers, '34 

Second row: 

Olive Hunt, '35, Gertrude Olsen, '35, Barbara Kiefer, '35, Marjorie Henger, '34, 
Julie Chapman, '34, Jane Ferris, '33, Frances Williams, '35, Josephine 
Bingham, '35 



Front row: 

Sally Stewart, '34, Edith Greenleaf, '33, Sarah Westcott, '34, Virginia Lent, '34. 
Flora Best, '34, Jane Bowman, '34, Mary Best, '35, Beatrice Colby, '33 
Marion Myers, '35 

Also 
Charmian Woodruff, '34, Susan Raymond, '35 





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All-Smith Tennis Team 

Left to right: 

Nancy Boothby, '33, Evelyn Ames, '32, Margaret Woods, '32, 
Mary Cootes, '34 



Class Tennis Teams 



1932 
Margaret Woods, Evelyn Ames, Ruth Adler, Harriette Barnard 

1933 
Nancy Boothby, Adele Koestler, Katrina Van Hook, Margery Kaufmann 

1934 
Mary Cootes, Jeanne Stanley, Jane Crary, Sidney Thomas 

1935 
Ruth Ferris, Phyllis Ames, Kate Payson, Margaret Wright 



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All-Smith Crew 1932 

Ellen Hess, '32 
Dorothea Van Duyn, '34 
Elizabeth Beale, '33 
Mary Brown, '33 
Margaret Wemple, '32 



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Class Crews 



1932 CREW 

Ellen Hess (Capt.) 
Margaret Lloyd 
Shirley Swift 
Dorothy Hagar 
Margaret Wemple 




Ruth West 
Mary Brown (Capt.) 
Jane Wilson 
Elizabeth Willcox 
Elizabeth Beale 




1934 CREW 

Lucile Hudson (Capt.) 
Dorothea Van Duyn 
Margery Hodder 
Elizabeth Woodward 
Miriam Slack 



1935 CREW 

Mary Neuman (Capt.) 
Ann Hagerman 
Elizabeth Brehm 
Ruth Doyle 
Jeanne Sargent 




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All-Smith Archery 1932 

Left to Right: 
Laura Hayward, '33, Ann Pierce, '34, Mary-Frances Crosby, '32 



1932 

Martha Dickinson (Capt.) 
Mary-Frances Crosby 
Martha Colley 

1934 

Ann Pierce (Capt.) 
Elsie Barnhart 
Edith Bardwell 
Edith Woodcock (Sub.) 



1933 

Laura Hayward 
Charlotte Righeimer 
Una Peavey (Capt.) 
Mary Manley (Sub.) 

1935 

Phyllis Marston (Capt.) 
Katharine Jones 
Dorothy Spaulding 



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Dramatic Association Council 



HELEN BRAGDON, President 



Back row, left to right: 



MARY BENJAMIN, '33 
NANCY ROBB, '33 
EDITH CAMPBELL, '33 
BEATRICE WELLS, '34 
MARTHA MORRIS, '33 



JINNET SEAVER, '33 
LUCY WRIGHT, '33 
HELEN BRAGDON, '33 
EDITH EUSTIS, '33 
ANNE PITTS, '33 



Front row: 



Chairman of Properties 

Business Manager 

Chairman of Make-up 

Secretary 

Chairman of Costumes 



Chairman of Publicity 

Chairman of Scenery 

President 

Stage Manager 

Chairman of Lighting 



N. EILEEN McGRATH, '33 
BERTHA PERLSTEIN, '33 



Other Members: 



Dramaturgist 
Chairman of Music 



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Senior Dramatics Committee 



HELEN BRAGDON, Chairman 



Back row, left to right: 



MARY BENJAMIN 
LUCY WRIGHT 
FRANCES COBB 
JANET COBB 



BARBARA HOWARD 
ANNE PITTS 
DOROTHY FRANDSEN 
HELEN BRAGDON 
ELEANOR BINGHAM 
SARA HUBLER 
ELIZABETH SHAFFER 



Front row. 



Property Chairman 

Chairman of Scenery 

Publicity Manager 

Chairman of Programs 



Business Manager 

Chairman of Lighting 

Chairman of Make-up 

Chairman 

Assistant Chairman 

Chairman of Costumes 

Stage Manager 



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Dramatics 1932-33 



Perched on the crest of the wave, we can survey the year's work in dramatics and 
say, It was gocd." The dramatics revival, beginning as it did in 1931, had gained sufficient 
impetus by the spring of '32 to ofier the college some particularly worthwhile evenings 
of entertainment. 

In the spring of '32 Workshop, under Mr. Eliot's direction, staged an evening of four 
one-acts hot from the pens of his budding play-writing geniuses. Among these, "Game" 
and "Beast Motif" were found, by some of the critics, to be of such a questionable nature 
that the talent of their authors was disputed. Perhaps their excitement was unwarranted ; 
brain-children, like real children, never ask to be born! 

The end of May brought with it a surprise in the form of the D. A. play — Bernard 
Shaw's ''Pygmalion" — with a faculty-student cast. Mimi Ramer '33 and Mr. Orton starred 
together, with a startling and delightful effect. Mr. Larkin's portrayal of Alfred Doolittle 
was the artistic high-water mark of the performance, which as a whole was ragged because 
of the usual lack of time for preparation. 

In the fall D. A., reviving its time-honored custom of trying out potential candidates 
for director of the coming year, entrusted Charlotte Fitch '34, Natalie Hoyt '34, and Hester 
Mount '34 each with the direction of a play. They chose "Will O' the Wisp", 'The Old 
Lady Shows Her Medals", and "The Pot of Broth", respectively, and put them en one 
night at the end of October. While all three plays showed at times the hand of a novice, 
the audience went away satisfied. D. A. itself felt it a creditable piece of work; and the 
Director, with her Council, found her problem of choosing a successor rather thrice in- 
tensified than solved, after this display of talent from the class of '34. 

Following this bit of recreation there was a short breathing spell, until Mr. Eliot 
produced Margaret Clugston's "Finished", with the co-operation of the Workshop group. 
The choice of a realistic problem-play about a boarding school was felt by some to be 
poor (no play from which the fifth act can be painlessly extracted is really good). The 
excellence of the entire performance, however, with Harriet Kale '34 carrying the difficult 
lead with a skill revealing genuine talent, proved that no play must be perfect to succeed. 

Fearing that the college would think she had gone into a decline after her pristine 
fall effort, D. A. now raised the curtain on Balderston's "Berkeley Square." Rehearsals had 
been quietly going on since October, in collaboration with the Amherst Masquers, some 
of them held in Studes and some at College Hall in Amherst. Under Mr. Curtis Canfield's 
able direction the play had shaped up with more finish than any of the previous offerings 
of the year. In addition it had greater unity because while none of the actors were out- 
standing, all were good. William Clark, Amherst '33, and Eleanor Jones, Smith '35, played 
the young lovers with a naivete which for a change, was convincing. Four performances 
were given: in Amherst on December 7 and 8; at Smith on December 13 and 14. 

On the morning following its last appearance, Helen Bragdon '33 relinquished with 
relief the responsibilities of the year and chose as her successor Charlotte Fitch '34. 

A lasting contribution of this year's D. A. Council to the college is the new design on 
the asbestos curtain in Studes, for which credit is due Mr. Larkin as its creator and 
executor. 

Despite the variety of trials and tribulations which fall to the lot of those who would 
follow the delusive footlights, we who are now veterans in the fray still find the smell of 
grease-paint tantalizing and exotic, and confess that far from having had things otherwise, 
some of us shall even continue along the path of illusion and "vicarious living" in the 
dim but glorious future. 




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Year Book Board 

ELIZABETH STURGES, Editor-in-Chief 



Back row, left to right: 



MIRIAM MACOMBER, 
JANE WALLIS 
MARGERY GOLDSMITH 
KATHARINE DOE . 
MARY LOUISE OLMSTED 
HARRIET ARNOLD 



GERTRUDE OLSEN 
ELISABETH REED 
ELIZABETH STURGES 
EUNICE JAMESON 
RUTH BEARDSLEE 



MARY DORION 
ELEANOR THORN 
SYLVIA WHITAKER 



JOANNE DISSETTE 
ELEANOR PERRY 
MARGARET SHERRARD 



Center row: 



Front row: 



Other Members. 



Snapshot Editor 

Faculty Editor 

Assistant Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 

Assistant List Editor 

List Editor 



Picture Editor 

Business Manager 

Editor-in-chief 

Assistant Editor 

Art Editor 



Athletic Editor 
Assistant Art Editor 
Assistant Art Editor 



Senior Picture Editor 

Associate Editor 

Literary Editor 



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Weekly Board 



HELEN GELLER, '33, Editor-in-Chief 



Back row, left to right: 

ELIZABETH SCHUMACHER, 34 

JANE BERRY, '34 

ROSALIND GROSBERG, '34 ... 



Front row. 



JEAN FARQUHAR, '33 
ROSEMARY GANNON, '33 
HELEN GELLER, '33 
ELEANOR ERNST, '34 
JANE WILSON, '33 



Circulation Manager 

Assistant Managing Editor 

Literary Staff 



News Editor 

Assistant Editor 

Editor-in-Chief 

Assistant Editor 

Business Manager 



Other Members'- 



MADELEINE BRENNAN, '34 
MARY-RANDOLPH MATTESON, '34 
ISABELLE PENDLETON, '33 



Literary Staff 

Literary Staff 

Pictorial Editor 



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Press Board 



OFFICERS 



ANNA CARR 
ROSAMOND WHEELER 
JANET DARLING 
JULIA PITT 
ELIZABETH CROFUT 
JEAN CAMPBELL 



President 

News Editor 

Assistant News Editor 

Business Manager 

Secretary 

Picture Editor 



Fifth row, left to right: 
Eleanor Katz, '34, Evelyn Patterson, '33, Winifred Fell, '35, Shirley D'lugasch, '34, 
Elizabeth Lee, '35, Margaret Zimmer, '34, Ruth Manley, '34, Harriet Palmer, '34, Eleanor 
Freeman, '33. 

Fourth row: 
Madeline Chase, '35, Anne Huthsteiner, '35, Martha Lewis, '35, Frances Blakeslee, '34, 
Margaret Conklin, '33, Helen Montgomery, '33, Lemma Boice, '34, Mary Leake, '35, 
Bettie Sands, '35. 

Third row: 
Mary Cheatham, '33, Jean Miller, '33, Elizabeth Alsterland, '34, Laura Hayward, '33 
Mary Moody, '34, Juliet France, '34, Katherine Van Buren, '34, Constance Kreimer, '33. 

Second row: 
Dorothy Loeb, '34, Laura Stolzenberg, '33, Justine Bailey, '33, Priscilla Parke, '34, Leila 
Fosburgh, '34, Doris Wechsler, '33, Elizabeth Shute, '34. 

First row : 
Julia Pitt, '34, Jean Schmolze, '34, Jean Campbell, '33, Anna Carr, '33, Rosamond Wheeler. 
'33, Alice Eckman, '34, Janet Darling, '34, Elizabeth Crofut, '34. 

Other Members: 
Elizabeth Andrews, '34, Margaret Beach, '33, Edith Fatka. '33, Anitra Freedman, '35, Rose 
Marie Harris, '33, Edith Pellow, '35, Frances Shapiro, '34, Harriet Zimmerman, '35 



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Kaleidoscope Board 

Katharine Jarman, '33, Editor-in-Chief 
Lemma Boice, '34, Business Manager 



Back row, left to right: 
Lemma Boice, '34, Emily Robinson, '33, Rose Marie Harris, '33. 

Front row: 
Ruth Hausman, '33, Mary Louise Williams, '34, Ellen Foot, '34, Bee Rich, '35. 

Other Member: 
Marion Horn, '33. 



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Other Members: 
Miriam Ramer Cornelia Williamson 



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MISS REBECCA WILDER HOLMES Director 


MR. WERNER JOSTEN 


Acting Director 


VIRGINIA CLARK 


Leader of First Violins 


ELSA PARSHLEY 


Leader of Second Violins 


ANNE PITTS 


Leader of Violas 


MARIAN ROBERTS 


Leader of Violincello 




MEMBERS 


First Violin 


Louise Jones Marian Roberts 


Mrs. Brandegee 


Mr. Meehan Bettie Sands 


Virginia Clark 


Dorothy Ott Dorothy Treml 


Miss Fletcher 


Elsa Parshley 


Virginia Gilman 


Natalie Robertson Bass 


Isadore Hatch 


Margaret Sussman Mr. Hilliker 


Dorothy Meigs 


Marian Weaver Mr. Parshley 


Julia Michno 




Susan Raymond 


Viola Flute 


Charlotte Righeimer 


Mrs. Bixler Jane Adams 


Betty White 


Miss Brownell Ann Wertheim 




Mr. Farrell Clarinet 


Second Violin 


Miss Gillern Mr. Ayres 


Ethelyn Aldrich 


Frank Natale Art Lastumbo 


Nancy Allen 


Anne Pitts Mr. Pattrell 


Madeleine Bickelhaupt 




Miss Craven 


Violincello Trumpet 


Anitra Freedman 


Jean Cross Mary Morse 


Mr. Heidner 


Miss deRonde Donald Wells 


Anita Hinckley 


Mr. Finney 


Charlotte Horman 


Bertha Kelso Tympani 


Lucile Horwitz 


Mary Frances Kimball Alice McElroy 
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Glee Club 



KATHARINE YOW 
ANNA LACEY 
MARION ALLEN 
VIRGINIA BUSH 
FRANCES ROSSI 
UNA PEAVEY 



Left to right, 
Sixth row : 
J. Whitlock, '35 
M. Leuthner, '34 
M. Spiegel, '34 
C. Norris, '35 
J. Babcock, '33 
E. Bowman, '35 

C. Thayer, '34 

E. Hazen, '35 
J.Pitt, '34 
C.Beckwith, '35 

Fifth row : 

V. McClung, '35 

D. Council, '33 
P. Parke, '34 

F. Keyes, '35 
C.Myers, '35 

Fourth row : 
E.Floyd, '33 
M. Zimmer, '34 
J. Cook, '35 
M.Walton, '35 



MEMBERS 



M. Morris, '33 
M. Bulmer, '35 
E. Dean, '35 

B. Brock, '35 
E.Clark, '35 

C. Tidball, '35 

Third row: 
M. Evans, '35 
J. Lewis, '35 
M. Johnson, '35 
M. Hall, '35 
M. Smith, '35 
E White, '35 
A. Huthsteiner, 
F.Rossi, '35 
J. Staples, '35 
M. Macomber 

Second row : 
M. La Rue, '35 
M.Russell, '35 
C. Hewitt, '35 
J. Cross, '35 
D.Ehleider, '33 
J. Paret, '33 



'35 



'33 



R. Whittemore, '34 
V. Bush, '33 
M. Palmer, '35 
K. Korrady, '35 

First row : 
V. Mealy, '34 
M. Stockard, '35 
M.Allen, '33 
K Yow, '33 
U. Peavey, '33 
E.Floyd, '35 

B. Burlingham, '34 
M. Lord, '33 

R. McDuff, '33 

Other Members: 
M. Barrows, '34 
H. Blundon, '34 
E. Brooks, '33 

C. Curtis, '35 
K. Doe, '34 
E.Ernst, '34 
E. Gamble, '33 
G. Harrison, '33 



Leader 
Manager 
Librarian 
Librarian 
Accompanist 
Treasurer 



E. Hofmann, '35 

0. Hunt, '35 
J. Kelsey, '34 
C. Kreimer, '33 
J. Krogh, '34 
A. Lacey, '33 
R. Lathrop, '35 
J. Litman, '34 

L. McCutcheon, '35 
E. Newell, '35 

1. Pendleton, '33 
M. Pritchard, '35 
E. Rappaport, '33 

C. Rosenbaum, '35 

D. Sawyer, '35 
A. Scott, '34 

M. Shepard, '35 
R. Shurtleff, '35 
M. Stevens, '35 
M. Sussman, '34 
M. Thompson, '35 
M. Walbran, '34 
H Woodard, '34 
H. Woodhull, '34 
C. Woodruff, '34 



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Senior Choir 

OFFICERS 
Back row, left to right: 



DOROTHY COUNCIL 
NELLIE HARRINGTON 



Front row, left to right: 



ELIZABETH FLOYD 
MIRIAM MACOMBER 
JEAN RUMSEY 
ELIZABETH BROOKS 



MEMBERS 



Marion Allen 
Carolyn Ashby 
Jean Babcock 
Ann Baker 
Margaret Baker 
Margaret Beach 
Ruth Beardslee 
Ruth Besson 
Eleanor Bohn 
Dorothy Boyles 
Elizabeth Brooks 
Virginia Bush 
Jean Campbell 
Elizabeth Carter 
Helen Chaddock 
Janet Cobb 

Helen 



Joanne Dissette 
Theresa Dodge 
Mary Dorion 
Dorothy Ehleider 
Mary Lee Evans 
Dorothy Frandsen 
Elizabeth Gamble 
Harriett Green 
Kate Greene 
Barbara Grimm 
Marion Groezinger 
Inge Haas 
Helen Harris 
Grace Harriscn 
Laura Hayward 
Margaret Hoover 
West Caroline 



Carolyn Hopkins 
Priscilla Kennaday 
Frances King 
Mary Knox 
Constance Kreimer 
/nna Lacey 
Elizabeth Lee 
Margaret Lord 
Ruth Macduff 
Elizabeth McNamara 
Helen Malone 
Laura Marden 
Elisabeth Mathesius 
Martha Morris 
Helen Nebolsine 
Gertrude Olsen 
Young Katharine 



Librarian 
Librarian 



Assistant Leader 

Leader 

Secretary 

Accompanist 



Josephine Paret 
Una Peavey 
Isabelle Pendleton 
Anne Pitts 
Rhoda Ann Powell 
Gwendolen Ray 
Elisabeth Reed 
Mary Reinhardt 
Cora Ripley 
Margaret Roos 
Janet Shares 
Florence Shaneberger 
Susan Smith 
Marian Sykes 
Katrina Van Hook 
Louise Weimer 
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Junior Choir 

OFFICERS 
Left to right: 



MADELEINE EVANS 
MARJORIE SPIEGEL 
JANE KELSEY 
AMY CARTER 
ELIZABETH CANTRIL 



Elizabeth Andrews 
Mary Barrows 
Annette Beals 
Eleanor Bingham 
Ethelwyn Boericke 
Barbara Burlingham 
Clara Carley 
Mary Case 
Ruth Cohn 
Bernardine Cooney 
Janet Darling 
Marian Drabble 
Eleanor Ernst 
Rosemary Finney 
Eleanor Fisher 
Charlotte Fitch 
Dorothy Fosdick 
Betty Hardenbergh 
Alison Hardy 
Olive Harrington 

Gertrude 



MEMBERS 
Anita Hinckley 
Ruth Holiner 
Natalie Hoyt 
Margaret Humm 
Mary Kenney 
Rachel Kent 
Janet Krogh 
Marion Leuthner 
Mary Lilley 
Frances Lisle 
Jeroma Litman 
Ida Mahan 
Margaret Martin 
Virginia Mealy 
Harriet Palmer 
Priscilla Parke 
Frances Philbrick 
Laura Phillips 
Julia Pitt 
Nathalie Powers 
Woodruff Margaret 



Assistant Leader 

Leader 

Secretary 

Librarian 

Accompanist 



Mary Robbins 
Olive Ross 
Lois Sanborn 
Jean Schmolze 
Amy Scott 
Emma Shute 
Miriam Slack 
Ellen Steel 
Catherine Stevens 
Edith Stiles 
Margaret Sussman 
Constance Thayer 
Madeline Tregaskis 
Eleanor Tucker 
Margaret Walbran 
Sarah Westcott 
Virginia Whitney 
Ruth Whittemore 
Helen Woodhull 
Charmian Woodruff 
Zimmer 



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Sophomore Choir 

OFFICERS 



ELEANOR CLARK 
ESTHER FLOYD 
ELISABETH HOWARD 
MURIEL BURR 
CAROL TIDBALL 
MARTHA JOHNSON 



Left to right: 



Librarian 

Assistant Leader 

Leader 

Secretary 

Librarian 

Accompanist 



MEMBERS 



Wilhelmina Allnut 
Phyllis Baker 
Katharine Barrett 
Corinne Beckwith 
Harriet Bissell 
Elizabeth Bowman 
Helen Boyer 
Barbara Brock 
Emily Bullock 
Margaret Bulmer 
Mary Bunce 
Ada Carter 
Margaret Clark 
Elizabeth Clymer 
Janet Cook 
Jean Cross 
Elizabeth Dean 
Evelyn Dean 
Caroline Dickey 
Elsa Dommerich 
Edith Duker 

Georg 



Marjorie Egbert 
Martha Fisher 
Elizabeth Flory 
Sarah Fuller 
Elizabeth Gamble 
Laura Gray 
Marjorie Hall 
Carlotta Hammitt 
Helen Hansen 
Louise Harris 
Elizabeth Hazen 
Cornelia Hewitt 
Dorothy Houston 
Katherine Hughes 
Olive Hunt 
Anne Huthsteiner 
Dorothy Jewett 
Harriet Keeney 
Fredelle Keyes 
Mary Kibbe 
Mary Kimball 
ie Williams Kath 



Katherine Korrady 
Elizabeth Kusterer 
Margaret LaDue 
Ruth Lathrop 
Mary Leake 
Janet Lewis 
Virginia McClung 
Lorraine McCutcheon 
Barbara McKelvey 
Betty Merz 
Kate Miller 
Elizabeth Newall 
Edith Norris 
Mary O'Neil 
Catherine Otis 

Palmer 

Polk 

Potter 



Margaret 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth 
Mary Pritchard 
Susan Raymond 
Mary Rodman 
arine Wright Susan 



Margaret Russell 
Dorothy-Ann Sawyer 
Catharine Saxe 
Florence Sheehan 
Marcia Shepard 
Ruth Shurtleff 
Elfrida Smith 
Marylyles Smith 
Annette Stahl 
Jenny Staples 
Mary Stephenson 
Marie-Louise Stockard 
Natalie Stuart 
Katharyn Stubbs 
Mary Walton 
Alice White 
E'izabeth White 
Ruth White 
Elizabeth Whitney 
Jean Whitlock 
Margaret Wilcox 
Wyman 



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Freshman Choir 

OFFICERS 
Left to right: 



JANE McKENDREE 
PHYLLIS MORLEY 
JOSEPHINE METCALF 
HARRIET LINEN 
MARY SEELYE 
CAREY TATRO 



MEMBERS 



Ethelyn Aldrich 
Helen Allen 
Sarah Atherton 
Helen Balboni 
Dorothy Bellah 
Madeleine Bickelhaupt 
Jo Ann Billman 
Mary Brewster 
Helen Brown 
Virginia Brown 
Marjorie Browning 
Cloyce Campbell 
Louisa Church 
Emily Claflin 
Marian Clark 
Eleanor Cole 
Marjorie Craig 
Rachel Daltry 



Jane Wilson 



Mary Davis 
Lucy Denio 
Mary Louise Eldred 
Doris Foster 
Elinor Frantz 
Margaret Gleysteen 
Dorothy Green 
Elinor Griffenhagen 
Margaret Hannah 
Joyce Harriman 
Eleanor Harrison 
Katherine Hawley 
Marjorie Hewitt 
Joy Homer 
Emily Jones 
Louise Jones 
Margaret Jordan 
Ruth Kelley 



Anna Kiely 
Evelyn Langmuir 
Barbara Larkin 
Elizabeth Loring 
Rea Lowe 
Emily Luch 
Marilynn Martin 
Elizabeth McClelland 
Jean Mealy 
Sarah Miller 
Eleanor Moore 
Sophia Moore 
Mary Morse 
Barbara Moulton 
Harriet Naylor 
Margaret Neilson 
Helen Newell 
Lucile Norton 



Librarian 

Secretary 

Leader 

Assistant Leader 

Librarian 

Accompanist 



Kathryn Parke 
June Parker 
Leonora Parsons 
Elizabeth Proctor 
Felice Raabe 
Phyllis Reed 
Jean Reid 
Margaret Reilly 
Violett Robbins 
Charlotte Russell 
Frances Smith 
Mary Stearns 
Ruth Tyler 
Jane Wadsworth 
Suzanne Warriner 
Heloise Weber 
Eleanor White 
Julia Wilhemi 



Elizabeth Wood 



Harriet Worcester 



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Song Leaders 





1933, MARY DORION 
College Song Leader 



1934, CATHARINE DEACON 




— 

• - -kiuy? - - 



1935, ELIZABETH WYMAN 



1936, MARJORIE HEWITT 



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Junior Step Song 

Tune: Caprice Viennois, by Kreisler 
Words by Mary Dorion and Mary Elizabeth Powell 



Years have flown by, with their wealth of fun, 

Friendships true and dear, 

Time will go on and lives will change 

'Till we again gather here. 

Seniors, to-night we must bid you farewell, 

Make our last pledges to you, 

And as we fill your place on these steps 

We pay you a tribute long due. 

While twilight deepens — it's time '32 

To sing you our plaintive adieu. 

II. 

Together we've shared our experience here 

It's molded our lives and our thoughts, 

And Seniors you've set through our college career 

A standard we'll always revere. 

You've passed on to us your strength and your calm, 

Your courage so cheerful and wise 

We'll have it in store when you're with us no more, 

As a worthy remembrance of you. 

We realize now that it's time '32 

To sing you a plaintive adieu. 

III. 

To-night we await what the future will hold, 

For when you've departed en masse, 

Conditions then will be turned upside down 

And you'll be the world's Freshman class. 

And we'll remain here in the place that you've held, 

Striving to follow your path, 

Through the dim haze of the long winter days, 

Taking the leadership on. 

But now twilight deepens — it's time '32 

To sing you our plaintive adieu. 



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Alma Mater 



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. 

By many a hearth your daughters 
Their love for you shall tell, 

Until in turn their children 
Shall learn to love you well. 

And still the ranks renewing, 
And stronger year by year, 

Are one in deep devotion 
To you we hold so dear. 



Chorus 



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 unask'd we pay. 



Chorus 
Henrietta Sperry, 1910. 



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Smith College Primer 



or 



How to Get Through College in 
Ten Easy Lessons 



What is this fun-ny thing? 

This is a pic-ture. 

Of what is it a pic-ture? 

It is a pic-ture of — it is a pos-ture 

picture. 
What is a pos-ture pic-ture? 
It is a thing which gets A, B, C, 

or D, but u-su-al-ly D. 



II 



What is this ? 

This is a te-le-phone. 

What is the te-le-phone do-ing? 

It is ring-ing. 

Why is it ring-ing ? 

So that some-bo-dy will an-swer it. 

Who will an-swer it? 

No-bo-dy ! 




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Ill 

What is this pret-ty place? 

This is Pa-ra-dise. 

What is Pa-ra-dise? 

Pa-ra-dise is a pond. 

Is that all? 

No. It is a pond with a path a-round 

it. 
What is the path for? 
The path is for walk-ing. 
Is that all? 
No. 



IV 



Is this man a foot-ball play-er? 

No, he is not a foot-ball play-er. 

What is he, then? 

He is a pro-fes-sor. 

What does he teach? 

He teach-es Chau-cer. 

What is Chau-cer? 

Well, let me see. Chau-cer is a com- 
bi-na-tion of me-di-e-val re-li-gi- 
on, and good di-sci-pline, and 
Og-den Nash. 

How fun-ny ! ! 




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VI 

What is this wo-man do-ing? 
She is po-sing for Pi-cas-so. 
Oh! Did some-one pose for him? 
Well, may-be not 




Is this a col-lege buil-ding? 

No, this is a bank. 

What is a bank? 

It is a place that keeps mo-ney. 

Does it keep it well? 

I'll say it does! 




VII 

This looks fa-mi-li-ar. Is it more Pi- 
cas-so? 

No, this is Or-ton. 

Does he paint? 

No, he draws. 

Is this Or-ton's "Seat-ed Wo-man"? 

No, this is Or-ton's "E-las-ti-ci-ty of 
De-mand". 



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VIII 

What are these things? 
These are chimes. 
What are they do-ing? 
They are play-ing. 
What are they play-ing ? 
Peo-ple al-ways won-der. 
Are they pret-ty chimes ? 
They are not. 
Then why do they play? 
Are you ask-ing me? 





IX 

What kind of car is this? 
It is a Se-ni-or Car. 
What is the mat-ter with 

it? 
It has fal-len arch-es and 

a fal-len sto-mach. 
Why? Is it dys-pep-tic? 
No, it is pe-ri-pa-te-tic. 



This looks like a piece of pa-per rolled up 

It is a piece of sheep-skin rolled up. 

What is it for? 

It is to get out of col-lege with. 

Can't you get out of col-lege with-out it? 

Oh, yes. 

Then what is it for? 

It is to show that some-bo-dy with one, knows more 

than some-bo-dy with-out one. 
How can it? 
It can't. 




1933 s 



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The Model League of Nations 
Sage Hall, March, 1933 



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The Editors of the 1933 Tear Boo\ wish 

to acknowledge their indebtedness to the 

following members of the college for 

their valuable assistance in the 

making of this boo\. 

Miss Mary Ellen Chase 
Miss Edith N. Hill 
Mr. George P. Hyde 
Hester Adams 
Marie Lee Gaillard 



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KDMEmriSEMENT 




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Index to Advertisements 



Alice Brown's Sweetheart 

Tea House 7 

Alsker 7 

Angotti, V 5 

Belles 7 

Bridgman and Lyman 4 

Butler and Ullman 5 

Class of 1933 3 

Class of 1934 6 

Class of 1935 9 

Class of 1936 11 



Hood, H. P. & Sons, Inc. 



10 



Hotel Northampton 10 



Hovey, H. A. & Co. 



Liddell, Wm. &. Co., Inc. 



Martha Washington Hotel ... 7 



Mary Marguerite 



Plymouth Drug Shop 



Sears Co , Henry G. 



Seville 



Tasty Shoppe 10 



Thomas Co., Webster 8 



Cotrell & Leonard 



Tiffany and Co. 



Draper Garage 



Tooher, Jane 



Fleming's Boot Shop 10 White Studio 



12 



Goldwasser 



Woodworth 




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Tiffany & Co. 



Jewelry Silverware Stationery 

Superior in Quality 
Moderate in Price 



Mail Inquiries Receive Prompt Attention 

Fifth Avenue &37 t - Street-New York 



1933 s 



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JANE TOOHER 
SPORT CLOTHES 

School — ■ College ■ — ■ Camp 



GYMNASIUM 
GARMENTS 



Official Outfitter 

for 

SMITH COLLEGE 



711 Boylston Street 
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments 
of 



Class of 1933 



[3] 



Monthly Accounts 



Telephone Capitol 0930 



H. A. HOVEY & CO. 

30, 32, 34, and 36 FANEUIL HALL MARKET, BOSTON 
Since 1822 Specialists in 



BUTTER 



from creameries selected for fine 
quality which make butter according 
to our ideas from the top grade pas- 
teurized cream of accredited tubercu- 
lin tested herds. Flavor, color, salt, 
body and package conform to the 
highest standards. 



EGGS 

from selected nearby henneries where 
the hens receive scientific care and 
feed. Received overnight by express, 
candled and graded by experts and 
delivered with the least possible delay. 



Prompt Delivery at Market Prices 

By our own trucks in the Back Bay, Brookline, Newton, Cambridge 

and Belmont, and by prepaid express elsewhere, safe arrival 

and absolute satisfaction guaranteed. 

We Supply Smith 



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, Inc. 

53 White Street New York 

Mills at Belfast, Ireland 



Bridgman & Lyman 

Northampton, Mass. 

Extend Greetings to the Class of 

'33 and Thank Them for 

Their Patronage 

«i ■ ■ 
Send Us Your Mail Orders for 

SMITH 

Class Books, Song Books, Banners 

and Pennants, Stationery, Verse 

and Anything Else in the 

Book and Stationery Line 



[4] 



QUALITY 

ESTABLISHES 

PREFERENCE 

Quality combined with service is what 
prompts institutions to prefer 

SQUARE SEAL 

FOOD PRODUCTS 

HENRY G. SEARS CO. 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 

WHOLESALE WHOLESALE 

GROCERS CONFECTIONERS 

Distributors of Quality Food Products for over jn years. 



The Mary Marguerite 
Tea Room 

21 State Street 

The "Mary Mart/." we'll ne'er forget, 
Our parties there will he memories 
dear. 

.Ill Hail! a toast to her health, 
'The Tea Room" in our college career. 



V. ANGOTTI 

College Dressmaker 

Cleaning 
Dyeing 



80 Green St. 



Tel. 15 54-M 




WOODWORTH 

Ladies' Hairdresser 

Permanent Wave a Specialty 

245 MAIN STREET 
Telephone 2390 Northampton, Mass. 

O. J. Bonneau, Prop. 



Compliments 
of 



Class of 1934 















Caps — Gow x s — H < x )DS 




The 






For All Degrees 

The country's Largest maker of academic 
costumes. Write i<>r samples of materials 




Plymouth Drug Shop 

31 West Street 






Sole Depository of the Intercollegiate 
Bureau of Academic Costumes 




S 






Cotrell & Leonard 




Agents of Elizabeth Arden 






Est. 1832 Albany, N. Y. 




Toilet Preparations 






Alice Brown's 
Sweetheart Tea House 

KHELBURNE FALLS, MASS. 




HOTEL MARTHA 
WASHINGTON 






(^^V^~\ Open all day 
I SWEETHEARTS 1 April 19th 




" // orld famous Hotel for Women" 
Fifth Avenue at 29th Street 






\y\y Nov. ist 




New York City 






Specialties — Fried Chicken, Steak and 
Lobster Dinners — -Waffles anil Maple 
Syrup. Pure Maple Sugar Products. 

On the Famous Mohawk Trail 




DAILY RATES 
Single $1.50 Up Double $2.00 Up 
















ALSKERS 

18 Green Street 




Draper Garage 

67-69 Masonic St. 






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STORAGE 






GOLDWASSERS 

227 Main Street 




Cars Called For and Delivered 

Washing — Repairing 
Tires and Batteries 










Tel. 831-W 






Stuart and Reliable Shops 




A. L. A. Service 






BELLES 




TO SMITH FACULTY 
AND STUDENTS 






56 Alain Street 




Many thanks for your patronage and 
the best of wishes for a most enjoyable 






* 




RKMKMBKR IT'S 






Cut Rate Drug Store 




THE SEVILLE 

"Rendezvous of College Folks" 




^933^ 



7j 



Webster Thomas Co. 



2 17 S tate Street 
BOSTON, MASS. 




Importers, Manufacturers, and 

Wholesale Grocers, specializing 

in Institution Supplies. 



Compliments 
of 



Class of 1935 



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PARTIES 


are a sure 


SUCCESS 


when topped off with 


HOOD'S 


ICE CREAM 


May be obtained everywhere 


in New England 


Cakes for all occasions 


Souffle Cups — Fancy Ices 


H. P. Hood & Sons, Inc. 


11 Hawley St. 


Northampton, Ma*s. 



Meet Your Friends 
at the 

Tasty 
Shoppe 



86 Green St. 
Northampton 



Wiggins Old Tavern 

and 

Hotel Northampton 

An Inn of Colonial Charm" 
Room Rates 

32.00 Up 

Excellent Food 
Popular Prices 



LEWIS N. WICiGINS 

Prop. 



SHOES 

Campus 

Afternoon 

Evening 



FLEMING'S 
BOOT SHOP 

Green St. 1S9 Main St. 

Northampton, Mass. 



1933" 



io| 



Compliments 
of 



Class of 1936 



11 




Photographers 

to 

"1933 Year Book" 

Equipped with many years experience for making 

photographs of all sorts, desirable for 

illustrating College Annuals. 

Best obtainable workmanship and the 
capacity for prompt service. 



520 Fifth Avenue 
NEW YORK