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Dormitory life.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Anne F. Freeman Aldrich Reports

 Collection
Identifier: SMC-020
Scope and Contents Anne F. Freeman Aldrich reports contain semi-monthly reports for the subjects of arithmetic, physical geography, ancient history, grammar, National history, algebra, history, English literature, botany, geometry, chemistry and geology 1874-1876. The monthly reports dated 1872 and 1873 include scores on order of room, order of wardrobe, care of health, promptness, accuracy in accounts, deportment, spelling, and music. Another part of Anne F. Freeman reports is her Fall Term 1874...
Dates: 1872-1876

Jane L. and Elizabeth J. Prouty Papers

 Collection — Box 2, Folder: 14
Identifier: SMC-017
Scope and Content This collection contains semi-monthly reports for Jane (Jennie) L. Pronty for the subjects French and Arithmetic. It includes two monthly reports one of Jane Pronty and one of Elizabeth J. Pronty's order of room, order of wardrobe, care of health, promptness, accuracy in accounts, and deportment from Dec. 8 to Jan. 12, 1866. Correspondence between Jane (Jennie) L. Pronty and her sister Mary Pronty through the years of 1865 and 1866 are part of this collection.
Dates: 1865-1867

Mary E. Bachelder Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SMC-022
Scope and Contents Mary E. Bachelder Papers contains a note titled "A Reminiscence of School Life" written by Mary E. Bachelder on June 14th, 1872. The letter describes her life at Wheaton Seminary and recounts her arrival and first year at the Seminary. Also included is Mary's Composition No. 5, "What shall be our Motto?," of which Miss Parker, her teacher, wrote "What a horrid thing" and gave her a mark of 10. The final part of her correspondence is a letter addressed to her mother on February 1873. The letter...
Dates: 1872-1873