|Invitation, to Olive Ruby from President of Simmons College (with envelope)|
An invitation with envelope from the President of Simmons College. It reads: The President of Simmons College requests the pleasure of the company of Miss Ruby at South Hall, 321 Brookline Avenue on Friday, March the eighth at nine o'clock. It also says "Dancing" in the bottom left-hand corner. Miss Ruby is handwritten on the invitation. It measures 13 cm wide by 9 cm high.
|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.
|Invitation, "Stork shower" for Mrs. R. A. Peterson|
This is an invitation card for "Stork Shower" on August 15, 1912 for Mrs. R. A. Peterson. It includes a drawing of a baby with "Stork Shower" written next to it on one side. The other side includes information about the time and the location of the baby shower. The envelop that contains the card has the postmark "Oneida, N.Y. 1912-08 7 AM received" stamped on it. The card and the envelop are approximately 8 cm tall and 13 cm wide.
|Invitation, gymnastics exhibition, Sargent school of education |
This is an invitation to the thirteenth annual gymnastic exhibition at the Sargent School for Education, at a Boston arena. The right hand side of the invitation is curling and slightly torn. The invitation is approximately 10 cm wide and 5 cm tall.
|Handwritten invitation from New York Club|
A small, handwritten invitation from the New York Club to a Lawn Party at North Hall on May thirteenth. The note is approximately 5 cm tall and 7 cm wide.
|Come to letter D in 24|
This is an invitation to a party. On the outside is written "Olive," and the inside reads, "Come to letter D in 24. You surely can't mistake the door on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Now do be sure to be on dock." It measures 4 cm tall by 6 cm wide when folded.
|Invitation, in shape of a tomahawk |
"At Home" card for Miss Marion Cross and Ms. Gladys Bigelow. Made of red construction paper and shaped like a tomahawk. Dimensions are approximately 14 cm long.
|Invitation, Brooklyn City Guard, Review of the Company|
This is an invitation to the Brooklyn City Guard, Company “G” 23rd Infantry, Review of the Company by Captain Charles R. Silkman and the Veteran Association of the Brooklyn City Guard. It is approximately 7 cm tall and 10 cm wide.
|Wedding invitation, Lois Aldrich to Harry Wellott, and letter, 1913 (with stamped envelope)|
This is a letter, wedding invitation, and envelope. The envelope, addressed to Miss Olive Ruby, 86 Bellevue St., Boston Mass., is postmarked "Oneida, N.Y., May 24, 1913, 5 p.m.," and bears a red, two-cent stamp. The letter, dated "Oneida May 24, 1913," is written on the front and back of one page, and is hand-written. The invitation, to announce the wedding of Lois Aldrich to Harry Wellott, is printed in two parts on card stock in a cursive font. The envelope is approximately 16 cm wide by 9 cm tall. The page on which the letter is written is approximately 26 cm wide by 16.5 cm tall. The first part of the invitation is approximately 15 cm wide by 17 cm tall, while the second part is approximately 13 cm wide by 8 cm tall.
|Invitation to Mount Vernon church sociable|
This is an invitation to a sociable given by The Pastor's Aid Society of Mount Vernon Church. It measures 9 cm tall by 12 cm wide.