Objects on Page 01:
- Photograph of two unidentified students posed with two unidentified men A black and white photograph of two unidentified students posed with two unidentified men. All four are standing in front of a house with their arms crossed. There are also several leafy bushes behind them. The photograph is approximately 7 cm wide by 6 cm tall.
- Colorite colors sample card A Colorite color sample card with swatches in burnt straw, violet, brown, cadet blue, sage green, navy blue, cardinal red, and black. These swatches are made of an unidentified woven material. Below each individual swatch the name of the color is typed and "Colorite Colors" is typed at the top. This item is approximately 9 cm wide by 14 cm tall.
- Dance card, unidentified A dance card from an unidentified dance. It has a handwritten list of dances with a corresponding list of last names for each dance. There is a green tassel at the top of the card. It is approximately 8 cm wide by 12 cm tall.
- Appointment Card, Office of the Registrar, 1911 An appointment card from the Office of the Registrar at Simmons College. It is a blue card with a Simmons College heading. It reads: The Registrar wishes to see Miss Ruby at the earliest opportunity. It also says "Office of the Registrar" in the lower left-hand corner. Ruby and the date are both handwritten on the card. The card is approximately 13 cm wide by 8 cm tall.
- Card, "Don't Put Your Wish-bone Where Your Back-bone Ought to Be" A card with a written saying and a 1 cm border. The card reads: Do Not Put Your Wish-Bone Where Your Back-Bone Ought to Be. It is approximately 13 cm wide by 8 cm tall.
- Flyer, featuring Houdini, Keith's Theatre, week of September 15, 1911 A flyer from B.F. Keith's Theatre for two shows daily featuring Harry Houdini. It lists the various performances and players. The flyer measures approximately 8 cm wide by 25 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.