The class of 1909 had large number of women in its class more than any class so far. Depicted in white, there are 10 women to the 15 men in their class. The other two pages have all the members of the class.
A description of life at Olevian Hall written by Mary E. Long, class of 1906. She talks about things like the rooms, the women who live there, studying, and entertainment, all the while having a sense of humor.
A list of all the women in the class of 1906 with things like their nickname, hobby, ambition, personal peculiarities, what they used to do, pet phrase, last words, and cause of death. There is not another one of these for the men of 1906.
The class of 1905 had a banquet to commemorate them graduating. They told stories and reminisced of their four years and appreciated one another. The first page is a photograph of all the members of the senior class and the second is a account of…