|Calling card, Miss Dorothea Cushing Woods, with handwritten invitation on it and envelope|
The calling card is contained in a white envelope. The envelope is addressed to "Miss Olive Ruby". An invitation is written on the calling card "to meet Miss Beatrice Breaksuear at house. Monday December the eighteenth 4 to 6 o'clock." The item is 8 cm wide by 5 cm tall.
|Invitation from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Woods (with envelope)|
This item is an envelope with a stain in the shape of a catlike animal on the back. Inside is an invitation in a serif font from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wood's and Mrs. Dorothy Cushing Woods for a dance being held at their house at 7 Day Street, Longwood Avenue. The invitation is approximately 14 cm wide and 9 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.