Objects on Page 37:
- Program, 13th rehearsal and concert, Boston Symphony Orchestra This is a program printed on white paper with black ink. The cover is a faded reddish-brown; it reads, "Boston Symphony Orchestra Thirty-Second Season 1912-1913." The title is framed by a decorative crest that includes a pair of angels playing horns. Directly below the crest is the word "Programme" typed in an ornate font; directly below "Programme" is the number 13. The program includes a list of the symphony members and the instruments they played, a list of the works played by the symphony during the concert, and a number of advertisements. The program is approximately 15 cm wide by 22 cm tall.
- Printed poem This is a poem printed on white card stock with red and green ink. The top of the page reads, "Compliments of Bert Fitzsimmons Daffodil Kid" in red ink. An illustration occupies the middle of the page; it depicts two children, a boy and a girl, facing each other. The boy, dressed in overalls, is noticeably shorter than the girl, and has an apple sticking out of his pocket; he is pointing his finger into the face of the girl. The girl, sporting a red dress and a red bow in her hair, has her hands behind her back and is looking downward at the boy. The poem, printed in green ink, is at the bottom of the page, and is titled, "When I get you alone to-night!" A copyright statement, "Published and Copyrighted by Leo. Feist, Inc., N.Y.," is below the poem. The item is approximately 9 cm wide by 15 cm tall.
- 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.
- Application for student's ticket, Museum of Fine Arts, 1912 This is an application for a student's ticket at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. It is printed on white paper with black ink. The application has three lines to be filled out: Name, Address, and Date. "Olive Ruby" is handwritten on the line beside Name; "Simmons College" is stamped on the line next to address; and "Nov. 27, 1912" is handwritten in the space provided for the date. A small circular hole has been punched in the bottom-center of the card. The application is approximately 13 cm wide by 8 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.