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The girls that I knew-1914-1915

A list of autographs, hometown information, and messages from Kathlyn Medora Monroe's friends from the years 1914-1915

Monday May 17

Describes going to the Legislature with "Cousin Angus", and contains numerous clippings from The Flambeau.

Junior prom 1915

Contains journal entries from April 1915, with accompanying articles from the Flambeau. Also includes a ticket to the 1915 Junior Prom, with attached pencil. Opposing page contains a program for a student recital, the Flambeau article on "crushes,"…

Much against my wishes and just to please Rosa I went to Dr. Game's lecture

Contains journal entries on Kathlyn Medora Monroe's activities in March 1915, including attending a lecture on the Romans (with an accompanying article from the Flambeau), Classical Club, and students' recitals in March.

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These were the best seats we could get

Contains an account of Kathlyn attending the Dramatic Club's production of "Pride and Prejudice," on February 22, 1915; another entry details picking flowers, and how Ruby "Flossy" Leach received a bunch of turnips.

Opposing page displays a 1915…


Contains a Valentine's Day collage, including correspondence, paper cut outs, and an account of how Kathlyn Medora Monroe celebrated Valentine's Day in February, 1915.

The Pine Barrens pictures-home at last

Contains photographs with handwritten captions, describing Kathlyn Medora Monroe's holiday break at home from FSCW

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Contains correspondence to Kathlyn Medora Monroe, including four envelopes with letters still inside, another letter without an envelope and a Flambeau article. There are handwritten captions by three of the envelopes.


Autograph page from the scrapbook of Florida State College for Women student Annie Gertrude Gilliam. Includes friends' signatures, addresses, birthdays, and characteristic sayings.

1930 Even demonstration

Page from the scrapbook of Florida State College for Women student Buddy Autrey with photos of participants in the 1930 and 1932 Odd Demonstrations in costumes.