Objects on Page 07:
- 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.
- 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.
- Tea schedule, Social Service Club of South Congregational Church, 1911-1912 The South Congregational Church location is noted as "corner of Exeter and Newbury Streets. The schedule reads, "Tea will be served informally to members of the Club and friends, in the parlor, from three to five o'clock, on the following Thursdays:-- November 2, 16, 23. December 14, 21. January 4, 18. February 1, 15, 29. March 7, 21. April 4, 25." The item is 7 cm wide by 11 cm tall.
- Calling card, Miss Rebecca Sheldon Sackett The calling card contains a handwritten address: "37 Arlington Ave. Providence, Rhode Is." The item is 7 cm wide by 5 cm tall
- Card, "OCR 5 years with joy on our humble fare, and take good cheer from the candle's flare" The card reads, "OCR 5 ys with joy on our humble fare, and take good cheer from the candle's flare". The left edge of the card has a purple ink stain. The item is 8 cm wide by 4 cm tall.
- Piso's Pocket Book Almanac for 1912 This is an orange booklet with the green and blue Piso's logo on it. A handwritten note on the front reads "Fayse's Spread". The item is 3 cm by 5 cm.
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.