Objects on Page 03:
- Student Guild, Simmons College, Handbook, 1911-1912 This item is a handbook describing the rules of order for the Simmons College Student Guild, for the year 1911-1912. It is a thirty-page booklet with a blue cover. The title is printed in gilt lettering. The handbook is approximately 8 cm wide and 12 cm tall.
- Tag, "Simmons Miss Ruby" A tag bearing the handwritten inscription, "Simmons Miss Ruby." A light-pink thread is strung through a hole punched in the tag. The tag is approximately 6 cm wide and 3 cm tall.
- Photograph, Olive Ruby Henty carrying parasol A photograph of Olive Ruby standing on a lawn. The subject is wearing a light-colored dress and carrying a parasol. The photograph is approximately 9 cm wide and 16 cm tall.
- Card, "You'd better not know so much, than know so many things that ain't so" A decorative card bearing the quotation, "You'd better not know so much, than know so many things that ain't so." The quotation is attributed on the card to Josh Billings. The card is approximately 16 cm wide and 8 cm tall.
- College Night invitations, Mt. Vernon Congregational Church, October 12 An invitation to an annual College Night at Mount Vernon Congregational Church in Boston. The card welcomes new students to Boston and invites those without other affiliations to "make your home with us while in the city." The card on which the invitation is printed is approximately 8 cm wide and 10 cm tall.
- "Simmons College Gymnasium Record of Physical Measurements" for Olive Ruby A record of physical measurements, including height, weight, chest girth, lung capacity, and strength, for Olive Ruby. The handwritten measurements are filled in on a form labelled "Simmons College Gymnasium." The form is approximately 8 cm wide and 14 cm tall.
- Calling card, "High Stanley Reeve" A calling card, printed on white cardstock, bearing the name Hugh Stanley Reeve in black type. The card is approximately 6 cm wide and 4 cm tall.
- Note to Miss Ruby from E. Whitney A handwritten note, in black ink, addressed to Miss Ruby and signed E. Whitney. The note is folded in half and bears the inscription "Miss Olive Ruby" on the outside. When folded, the note is approximately 7 cm wide and 6 cm tall.
The Olive Ruby Henty Scrapbook is comprised of text and images drawn from the Olive Ruby Henty Collection at the Simmons College Archives. The materials are owned by the Archives and may be used for private research and teaching purposes only. Any requests to copy or publicly distribute the material should be directed to the Simmons College Archives.