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Ordway, Katherine Gretta. Diary, 1910-1911

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Detailed entries every day. In this volume, written during her sophomore and junior years, she describes student life on campus, including "fancy dancing" class, concerts, a YWCA conference, Vassar College Christian Association, sports (track, swimming, basketball, bicycling, rowing, and tennis), plays, Founder's Day, the Miscellany, the Sophomore Tree Ceremonies, planning the Junior Party, the Student Association, Daisy Chain, Commencement, and Class Day. She frequently transcribes quotes and anecdotes from religious services, classes (especially German, bible study, and Biology), and lectures. She notes books that she is reading, daily schedules, and assignments. Of particular interest is her involvement in the Debating Society & Argumentation class

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