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Alumnae anniversary song-book: June 1921

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“ umons, a few favorite songs have been here
reprinted, among Which we trust that each of
us may find at least one old friend. _
As was true of the pamphlet published for the Fiftieth
Anniversary of the founding of the college, so at this Fiftieth
Anniversary Celebration of the Alumnae Association, “this
little book has been compiled in the hope that it may prove
a lasting bond of union, and that whenever Vassar women
and Vassar girls wish to show forth their loyalty in song,
some of these may be chosen because of their familiarity to all.
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ALBERTA W. MERRILL, 1905
GRACE LANDFIELD TWEEDY, 1897

 


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His industry and wisdom when it came to buy and sell,
Made his progress into fortune very swift:
Oh, old Matthew Vassar was disposing of his gains
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They’re not content,oh no,
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Because they cannot go to ride
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Index of First Lines
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A thousand feet are marching back the old familiar ways 17
An institution once there was 7
As onward we march and ever we sing ll
As we gather here to-night ’neath the trees A 12
Dear Alma Mater, we all sing to thee IO
Down the future’s cloudy ways 16
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Hark Alma Mater through the world is ringing 2
A Oh, young Matthew Vassar 12
Our morning dawneth on the hills
Peace I leave with you 19
There are some who always make a fuss 13
There is a girl who’s known in these parts 13
V Vassar we sing thy praises 6
‘We are from Vassar, Vassar are we 9
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