|Dance card, annual ball, Jacob's Academy, Theta Phi Fraternity, March 25, 1913|
Circular-shaped dance card, approximately 3 cm in diameter. Booklet is constructed from two outer pieces of pale blue construction paper, with several thin white inner pages. Fastened with a dark blue fabric cord with a tassel running through a hole punched through the top of every page. Cover features a seal in orange wax pressed over one red and one blue ribbon. Inner pages feature a list of twenty four dances, printed in blue ink, alongside names handwritten in pencil.
|Dance card, Annual review and parade of Brooklyn City Guard, 1912|
This is a dance card. On the front in a blue serif font is written, "Annual Review and Parade of Brooklyn City Guard, Company 'G,' 23d Infantry, N.G.N.Y." Underneath this text is written "John R. Sawyer, Captain." Below this text is a shield insignia, with a knight's head on top. Around the shield is a banner, reading, "EEn DRAGHT MACKT MAGHT." The date is written at the bottom of this card. Inside this dance card, on the left page, the evening song list is written. On the opposite page is alternating list of "Deux Temps" and "Waltz," with spaces underneath presumably to for sign-up. There are twelve spaces in all. This dance card measures 12 cm tall and 10 cm wide.
|Dance card, Gamma Delta Phi Fraternity Annual Christmas Party|
This is a dance card for the Annual Christmas party of the Gamma Delta Phi Fraternity at Jacob’s Academy. The Pardee & Quinn’s Orchestra provided the music. The card includes a list of those with whom Olive Ruby danced and has a small pencil attached. It is approximately 12 cm tall and 8 cm wide.
|Dance card, Jacob's Academy annual Christmas party, 1912|
Dance card bound in black leather with the Greek words "Gamma," "Delta," and "Phi" embossed in gold on the cover.
|Dance card, Jacob's Academy Delta Gamma Sorority informal, 1912|
Dance card, bound in white leather with a leather tassel. On the cover are the Greek letters, "Delta" and "Gamma."
|Dance card, Jacob’s Academy Kappa Epsilon fraternity|
A small cream-colored dance card booklet with a long, tassled string tied around the spine of the booklet. The front of the booklet has the image of three blue flowers tied together and “Kappa Epsilon” written on it. The dance card is used and contains various male and female dance partner names. The dance card is approximately 9 cm tall and 6 cm wide.
|Dance card, Minstrel show dance|
A small cardboard card dance card approximately 12 cm tall and 5 cm wide. Printed in blue ink at the center top is the title "Minstrel Show Dance," and beneath that extending three quarters down the card are 12 separate areas for signatures, each with the word "Boston" written underneath. The bottom quarter is titled "Extras" and includes an additional four spaces. Handwritten in black is the name "Olive" at the very top of the card. In the same ink, 8 of the 12 Boston spaces have names written on them, 4 have little x's and 3 of the four extra spaces have names with one small x in the remaining space.
|Dance card, unidentified|
Dance card with gold string and blue "S" on the cover which measures approximately 12 cm tall by 7 cm wide.
|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.
|Dance card, unidentified |
Dance card with "The Dances" and filigree in red ink on cover. Has white tassle holding the cover and order of dances together. Inside lists 16 named dances and 4 extras. The dimensions are approximately 10 cm tall by 5 cm wide.
|Dance card with pencil, Simmons College |
This is a dance card with the Simmons seal on it and a blue pencil connected by string. The dance card is approximately 7 cm wide and 13 cm tall.
|Delta gamma sorority informal dance|
This is a dance card from the Delta Gamma Sorority, Beta Chapter, Informal dance at Jacob's Academy. The cover is yellow, and there is a yellow tassel hanging from the spine. The cover bears the insignia of the Sorority. The inside contains lists of the dances, dance partners, patrons and patronesses, and the members of the dance committee. It has 12 pages and measures 7 cm wide by 11 cm tall when closed.
|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.
|Invitation, to Olive Ruby from President of Simmons College (with envelope)|
An invitation with envelope from the President of Simmons College. It reads: The President of Simmons College requests the pleasure of the company of Miss Ruby at South Hall, 321 Brookline Avenue on Friday, March the eighth at nine o'clock. It also says "Dancing" in the bottom left-hand corner. Miss Ruby is handwritten on the invitation. It measures 13 cm wide by 9 cm high.
|Minstrel show and dance, February 15, 1913|
A program for a minstrel show and dance, held on February 15, 1913. Approximately 15 cm tall by 7 cm wide. Cover is a faded blue with a decorative border, the name and date of the event and its sponsors printed in dark blue. Inner pages feature a list of the dances, the names of the performers and several ads for local businesses.
|Program and dance card, Ladies' Night, Pawtucket Royal Arch chapter no. 4, 1913|
A cream-colored booklet with a red border and a red circular symbol on the cover. Red tassel with a small red pencil affixed to the end is attached in the upper left corner. The names of the musicians and the members of the Pawtucket Royal Arch are printed in red ink within. A list of dances is printed in red alongside personal names handwritten in pencil.
|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.