|Letter to Olive Ruby from Edith Salisbury, 1915 |
This is a handwritten note, on white paper, from Edith Salisbury to Olive Ruby. The note is folded in half and addressed to "Miss Olive Ruby 1915." The letter is an invitation to tea from Edith Salisbury to Olive Ruby. The folded note is approximately 12 cm wide and 8 cm tall.
|Tea schedule, Social Service Club of South Congregational Church, 1911-1912 |
The South Congregational Church location is noted as "corner of Exeter and Newbury Streets. The schedule reads, "Tea will be served informally to members of the Club and friends, in the parlor, from three to five o'clock, on the following Thursdays:-- November 2, 16, 23. December 14, 21. January 4, 18. February 1, 15, 29. March 7, 21. April 4, 25." The item is 7 cm wide by 11 cm tall.
|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.