Objects on Page 13:
- Exhibition catalogue, Boston Art Club, 1912 This catalog lists works displayed at the Boston Art Club's Exhibition by Artist Members between December 9 and December 30, 1911. The cover is brown paper with dark blue ink. In the center of the cover is an Art Nouveau rondel design containing the words "THE BOSTON ART CLUB". The Exhibition title is on the top of the cover. Dates and hours are listed at the bottom. The inside pages are printed in black ink on white paper and list 69 works. The catalog is approximately 14 cm wide and 20 cm tall.
- Flyer, "The trail of the lonesome pine," Boston Theatre, week of January 11, 1912 This is a flyer for the Boston Theatre's production of "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" by Eugene Walker during the week of January 1, 1912. The cover lists the Theatre's title, the play's title, and the persons of the play. The heroine, June, is played by Charlotte Walker. The program is in black ink on white paper. Only the front page is pictured. The program is approximately 12 cm wide and 18 cm tall.
- Clipping, initials "R.S.S." This clipping contains the initials "R.S.S." in blackletter typeface. It is printed in black ink on off-white card stock. The clipping is approximately 3 cm wide and 1.5 cm tall.
- Photograph, Olive Ruby Henty with a group of unidentified students posed near building This is a black and white photograph of six unidentified students. They are smiling, and their arms are wrapped around each other. Olive Ruby Henty stands on the extreme right. The photograph is approximately 9 cm wide and 7 cm tall.
- Photograph, unidentified students in nightgowns studying This is a black and white photograph of six unidentified seated students. They are wearing nightgowns and reading books. They are in a room with many pictures and pennants hanging on the wall. The photograph is approximately 11 cm wide and 9 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.