Browse Items (16 total)

  • Collection: Kathlyn Medora Monroe Scrapbook

The girls that I knew-1914-1915

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

Monday May 17

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

Junior prom 1915

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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

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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

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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…

Collage

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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

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

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Correspondence

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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.

Letter from Flossy to Kathlyn

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A letter from Ruby "Flossy" Leach to Kathlyn Medora Monroe while she was confined to the infirmary, preserved in Kathlyn Medora Monroe's scrapbook.

The marching song of the F.S.W.C.

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Contains the lyrics to the marching song of FSCW, attributed to faculty member William George Dodd, published by the class of 1918. Also contains a postcard that depicts the Administration Building of FSCW