|Newspaper photograph of men's sports teams, "Harvard vs. Bates Today"|
A newspaper photograph of a men's sports team. Below the photograph is the caption, "Harvard vs. Bates Today." The front row of men includes three men who are seated on the floor cross-legged. The second row of men are seated. Final two rows are standing. The majority of the men are wearing uniforms. Three of the men, standing in the third row, are wearing suits. The clipping is approximately 18 cm wide by 13 cm tall.
|Newspaper article, "A trip to the moon"|
This article describes the production of the play "A Trip to the Moon" at the Madison Theater in Oneida, "Under Auspices of City Federation of Women's Clubs." There is also a section about "High School News" including: the football team, the Debate Club, the leap year dance, Sphinx Society, and a rhetorical program.
|Newspaper clipping, drawing of a dog |
This is a newspaper clipping that includes several drawings of collars and the phrases "Grobte Auswahl!" and "Hunde-Leinen No 9233 M.--90". The item is 9 cm wide and 7 cm tall.
|Newspaper photograph of an unidentified man |
This is a photograph from a newspaper of young man in a suit and tie. The item is 9 cm wide by 11 cm tall.
|Newspaper clipping, Rev. Lyman Abbot preaches|
An announcement that reads "Rev. Lyman Abbott, D.D., LL, D., of New York, preaches." It measures 1 cm tall by 8 cm wide.
|Newspaper clipping, Miss Dorothea Cushing Woods presented to society at Brookline home|
Newspaper clipping of Miss Dorothea Cushing Woods' presentation to society. Describes the tea party held by her parents in Brookline, MA. The clipping is approximately 6 cm wide by 11 cm tall.