Objects on Page 41:
- Program, The Colgate Dramatic Club Program for a Colgate Dramatic Club production. Presented by Gamma Delta Phi at Oneida High School. A cast of characters, synopsis, staff, and a doxology can be found on even numbered pages between advertisements. Odd numbered pages have advertisements only. The program is approximately 15 cm wide by 17 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.
- Program, Simmons College Glee and Mandolin Clubs annual concert An approximately 8 cm wide by 15 cm tall program for the Simmons Glee and Mandolin Clubs Annual Concert. The concert was held June 10, 1913. Inside there is an order of pieces and a listing of members for both groups. In the middle is an approximately 6 cm wide by 9 cm tall insert entitled, "Glee Club Dance, Simmons College, 1913." This insert is 4 pages total; in print one can find "order of dances" on the inside page. Underneath are 14 blank lines, some of which are filled in with handwritten names.
- Unidentified ticket stub A cream colored, 4 cm tall by 3 cm wide ticket stub. It is for an unidentified theater, Row E, Seat 17, Section G.
- Unidentified ticket stub A cream colored, 4 cm tall by 3 cm wide ticket stub. It is for an unidentified theater, Row E, Seat 19, Section G.
- Membership card, Simmons Athletic Association A 8 cm wide by 5 cm tall, blue-grey, Simmons Athletic Association membership card. Signed by Harriet Putnam, group treasurer, it granted Olive Ruby membership in the society, "for the year ending June 1913."
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.