|Dance card, Jacob’s Academy Kappa Epsilon fraternity|
A small cream-colored dance card booklet with a long, tassled string tied around the spine of the booklet. The front of the booklet has the image of three blue flowers tied together and “Kappa Epsilon” written on it. The dance card is used and contains various male and female dance partner names. The dance card is approximately 9 cm tall and 6 cm wide.
|Delta gamma sorority informal dance|
This is a dance card from the Delta Gamma Sorority, Beta Chapter, Informal dance at Jacob's Academy. The cover is yellow, and there is a yellow tassel hanging from the spine. The cover bears the insignia of the Sorority. The inside contains lists of the dances, dance partners, patrons and patronesses, and the members of the dance committee. It has 12 pages and measures 7 cm wide by 11 cm tall when closed.
|Dance card, Jacob's Academy annual Christmas party, 1912|
Dance card bound in black leather with the Greek words "Gamma," "Delta," and "Phi" embossed in gold on the cover.
|Dance card, Jacob's Academy Delta Gamma Sorority informal, 1912|
Dance card, bound in white leather with a leather tassel. On the cover are the Greek letters, "Delta" and "Gamma."
|Dance card, annual ball, Jacob's Academy, Theta Phi Fraternity, March 25, 1913|
Circular-shaped dance card, approximately 3 cm in diameter. Booklet is constructed from two outer pieces of pale blue construction paper, with several thin white inner pages. Fastened with a dark blue fabric cord with a tassel running through a hole punched through the top of every page. Cover features a seal in orange wax pressed over one red and one blue ribbon. Inner pages feature a list of twenty four dances, printed in blue ink, alongside names handwritten in pencil.