|Program, Simmons Glee and Mandolin Clubs, 1911-1912|
This program is for a recital by the 1911-1912 Simmons College Glee and Mandolin Clubs. It is printed in black ink on white paper. The first page lists the Clubs' memberships. The second and third pages list the pieces performed. The program is approximately 10 cm wide and 20 cm tall.
|Academic record of Olive Ruby and Program, Shubert Theatre (cover only)|
Clipped together in an area approximately 20 cm tall and 14 cm wide are: 1) A white paper folded in half containing the academic record for Olive C. Ruby for the academic period ending Feb. 1, 1912. This paper is printed in blue ink with a Simmons College header, a categorical list of subjects with corresponding grades either "passed" or "in low standing" followed by a handwritten tally of cumulative points earned and signed at the bottom by Marjorie Burbank, Recorder. 2) A three-page cover and back of a program for the Shubert Theatre. The first page has a portrait of a lady with arms raised at the center, surrounded by an ornamental margin scroll of flowers, vines, and leaves and the words "Sam. S. Schubert Theatre, Boston." There is a handwritten note at the top: "Feb 15-Went with Lloyd Marks/Dinner at Crossby's." Second page is a full page advertisement for Lewando's cleaning company. Third page is a floor plan diagram of the Shubert Theatre.
|Program, "My best girl," Boston Theatre|
This flyer playbill from the Boston Theater is approximately 27 cm tall by 15 cm wide. "Henry B. Harris Estate Presents: Clifton Crawford in a New Musical Play "My Best Girl" Book and lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf Score by Clifton Crawford and Augustus Barratt Staged by Sydney Ellison of the Gaity Theater, London Eng. Orchestra Under Direction of Mr. Barratt."
|Program and menu, Simmons College sophomore luncheon|
A program and menu for the 1913 Sophomore Luncheon, this program is printed on marbled paper in green ink. The program includes addresses from Household Economics, the Library School, the Simmons Athletic Association, School of Science, the Secretarial School, and president of the Class of 1915, Anita Allen. The program is approximately 14 cm tall and 11 cm wide.
|Program, Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1911-1912 (cover only) |
This is the cover of a Boston Symphony Orchestra program. It is printed on red paper and includes two cherubim with trumpets seated atop a wreath. Within the circle of the wreath, the text reads "Boston Symphony Orchestra Thirty-First Season 1911-1912. The item is 15 cm wide by 22 cm tall.