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Du Bois--Grace (Classes of 1907--1908--1910 and 1912)

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1 Grace Du Bois
College Eye 4:3, p.7
9/24/1914 Returned to Iron Mountain, Minnesota, to continue her work there.
2 Grace Du Bois
College Eye 2:28, p.7
4/24/1913 Re-elected to teach in Mountain Iron, Minnesota.
3 A fine trip
Palmer--Faye (Class of 1912)
College Eye 2:25, p.4
4/3/1913 Faye Palmer writes regarding her travels with the University Girls Orchestra on their North American tour.
4 The alumni in all parts of the U. S.
College Eye 2:12, p.8
11/21/1912 The alumni are writing to the college about the Coordination Controversy.
5 Large number of graduates secure prominent positions
College Eye 2:4, p.7
9/26/1912 Roster of students who have found jobs.
6 Grace Du Bois
College Eye 1:27, p.5
5/1/1912 Will teach in Minnesota.
7 Science Club program
College Eye 1:10, p.4
11/15/1911 Students present papers to the group.
8 Cliorio banquet
College Eye 1:7, p.6
10/25/1911 Annual joint banquet celebrated twenty-fifth anniversary of Cliosophic Society.
9 Clio
Old Gold 0:0, p.173
6/1/1911 Roster of officers; recap of the year; quotes and sayings; basketball team roster; photo.
10 Miss Jennie Daubenberger
College Eye 1:4, p.69
4/12/1911 Spent last week visiting Grace Du Bois.
11 Mr. Bagby and Miss Grace Du Bois
College Eye 1:3, p.52
4/5/1911 Acted as judges at the declamatory contest at New Hartford.
12 Cliorio banquet
Normal Eyte 21:22, p.385
3/1/1911 The Clio and Orio literary societies held a banquet with Grace Du Bois acting as toastmaster.
13 On the last Friday evening
Normal Eyte 21:14, p.247
1/4/1911 The English Club met for a program.
14 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 21:12, p.199
12/7/1910 Roster of those who received degrees on November 22, 1910; George Muhleman joins chemistry faculty to replace Professor Page for winter term.
15 The Kappa Theta Psi
Normal Eyte 21:12, p.209
12/7/1910 Gave a farewell dinner party for Grace Du Bois and Margery Graham.
16 Y. W. C. A. notes
Normal Eyte 21:12, p.204
12/7/1910 Enjoyed at home program.
17 Miss Mildred Kurlin of Storm Lake
Normal Eyte 21:9, p.157
11/2/1910 Spent time with Grace Du Bois.
18 The Kappa Theta Psi
Normal Eyte 21:9, p.159
11/2/1910 Held a luncheon at the home of Grace Du Bois.
19 The English Club
Normal Eyte 21:8, p.129
10/26/1910 The development of the new English Club; English and Public Speaking departments organize group; elect officers; Professor Lynch delivers paper.
20 Banquet was enjoyed; Teachers College club banquet proved great success; many alumni present
Gist--Julian Hurlburt (Classes of 1906 and 1907; English Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:29, p.476
4/20/1910 Many attend alumni meeting in Chicago.
21 Alumni Association meets; Teachers College club at Chicago holds its first annual banquet
Normal Eyte 20:28, p.462
4/13/1910 About sixty-five attended.
22 The Cedar Falls Record
Normal Eyte 20:3, p.51
9/23/1909 Following alumni will be enrolled at a college or university this fall.
23 The Misses Grace and Vera Du Bois
Normal Eyte 20:1, p.12
9/8/1909 Will be taking classes in Chicago.
24 Grace DuBois, Jennie Daubenberger, and Vera DuBois
Normal Eyte 19:24, p.382
4/7/1909 Visited Cedar Falls.
25 A trio of school teachers from Gladbrook
Normal Eyte 19:21, p.332
3/3/1909 Visited campus.
26 Miss Grace DuBois
Normal Eyte 19:17, p.271
2/3/1909 Visited Cedar Falls.
27 Grace Dubois
Normal Eyte 19:14, p.220
1/13/1909 Assistant principal in Gladbrook.
28 Society; Neo, Clio-Orio, Ossoli, Zetalethean, Shake-Aristo
Normal Eyte 19:7, p.110
10/21/1908 Present musical program.
29 Grace Dubois
Normal Eyte 19:6, p.92
10/14/1908 Will teach in Gladbrook.
30 Mary McDonald and Grace DuBois
Normal Eyte 19:4, p.61
9/30/1908 Visited friends.
31 Report of the Young Women's Christian Association for the year 1907-1908
Baldwin--Nan M. (Class of 1908)
Normal Eyte 18:23, p.356
3/25/1908 Report on the administration, Geneva meeting, and committee work of the group.
32 Clio open session
Normal Eyte 18:13, p.201
12/18/1907 Printed text of program.
33 Helen Dickinson
Normal Eyte 18:3, p.46
9/25/1907 Has been visiting Grace DuBois.
34 Photos of graduates
Old Gold 0:0, p.55
6/1/1907 1907 graduates; photo.
35 The Cliosophic Society
Old Gold 0:0, p.181
6/1/1907 Society officers, members and description of activities; photo.
36 Clios get the cup: Shakes lose to Clios 11 to 7
Normal Eyte 17:22, p.340
2/27/1907 The Clios are the women's intersociety basketball champions.
37 Society
Normal Eyte 17:6, p.89
10/17/1906 Shakes and Aristos hold banquet; Ossolis focus on race; Clios consider American Indians.
38 The Cliosophic Society
Pedagog 0:0, p.85
6/1/1906 Brief organization of the organization; photo.
39 Grace Du Bois
Normal Eyte 16:31, p.495
5/9/1906 Visited Waterloo.
40 The Dubois girls
Normal Eyte 16:27, p.429
4/11/1906 Visited Waterloo schools.
41 Last evening
Normal Eyte 16:24, p.383
3/14/1906 Women's basketball team has party.
42 Grace Du Bois
Normal Eyte 16:20, p.316
2/14/1906 Was sick.
43 Miss McDuffie
Normal Eyte 16:20, p.317
2/14/1906 Visited the Du Bois sisters.
44 Society
Normal Eyte 16:20, p.310
2/14/1906 The Shakes say that one of the wonders of the world is boys; Clios hire Sherlock Holmes to find a stolen mascot; Zenos held a normal meeting; and the Neos had a debate.
45 Mary Soltow
Normal Eyte 16:19, p.302
2/7/1906 Visited Waterloo with friends.
46 One evening last week
Normal Eyte 16:19, p.303
2/7/1906 The Du Bois sisters entertained friends.
47 The Du Bois girls
Normal Eyte 16:18, p.285
1/31/1906 Visited Waterloo.
48 Society
Normal Eyte 16:15, p.230
1/10/1906 Orios tell how their members are going to spend the upcoming vacation; Clios gave performance of scenes from William Tell; Philos gave a skating program.
49 Miss Cattermole
Normal Eyte 16:12, p.189
11/29/1905 Visiting Grace and Vera Du Bois.
50 The DuBois girls
Normal Eyte 16:9, p.140
11/8/1905 Friends give them a party.


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