Objects on Page 12:
- Flyer, "The pink lady," Colonial Theatre, week of January 15, 1912 This is a flyer for a production of "The Pink Lady," a musical comedy. Below the name of the play is further information about the playwrights, musical directors, and conductor. Underneath this information, in smaller print, is the cast list, printed in the order in which they are to have appeared in the play. Below the cast list, is the list of the acts and musical numbers. This flyer is approximately 12 cm wide and 30 cm tall.
- Dance card, Annual review and parade of Brooklyn City Guard, 1912 This is a dance card. On the front in a blue serif font is written, "Annual Review and Parade of Brooklyn City Guard, Company 'G,' 23d Infantry, N.G.N.Y." Underneath this text is written "John R. Sawyer, Captain." Below this text is a shield insignia, with a knight's head on top. Around the shield is a banner, reading, "EEn DRAGHT MACKT MAGHT." The date is written at the bottom of this card. Inside this dance card, on the left page, the evening song list is written. On the opposite page is alternating list of "Deux Temps" and "Waltz," with spaces underneath presumably to for sign-up. There are twelve spaces in all. This dance card measures 12 cm tall and 10 cm wide.
- Photograph, two unidentified students posed near building This is a photograph of two women sitting on a sidewalk in front of a brick building. Both are wearing short sleeved dresses.The woman on the left is looking at the ground, while the woman on the right is smiling directly at the camera. This photograph measures 12 cm wide and 7 cm tall.
- Photograph, Olive Ruby Henty with a group of unidentified students posed near building This is a photograph of seven women standing outside in front of a brick building. The three women on the left have their arms around each other. One women on the right side is hugging another around the neck. All of the women are looking at the camera, except for the one in the middle. Olive Ruby Henty stands third from the right. This photograph measure 9 cm wide and 7 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.