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Rawstern--Eliza Jane (Classes of 1879 and 1880)

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1 Oldest classes at reunion, June 2, Alumni-Faculty Dinner
Alumnus 24:3, p.26
7/1/1940 Oldest were Matilda Palmer Scheeler, 1878; Eliza Rawstern Wright, 1880; John P. McMurray, Viola Russell Gates, and Kittie Sheridan from 1885; Eva Cadwallader Reeves from 1888. All who had graduated fifty or more years ago received gold medals.
2 Normal faculty establishes the school's prestige
College Eye 28:5, p.1
10/8/1936 Profiles of early faculty members.
3 Commencement of 1880 ended with student-faculty wedding
College Eye 26:41, p.1
5/3/1935 A look back at the Commencement of 1880.
4 Wm. Harwood, '79, gave name for first student newspaper
Alumnus 18:4, p.4
10/1/1934 Alumnus made suggestion to Principal Gilchrist; recalls early days of school.
5 Mrs. D. Sands Wright
Alumnus 16:4, p.19
10/1/1932 Visited her son Joseph and his wife this summer; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wright are directors of physical education at a school in Chicago; daughters Ruth and Luella made trip to West Coast.
6 Two minute rule was shattered by Professor Wright fifty years ago
College Eye 21:37, p.1
6/20/1930 Professor Wright married Eliza Rawstern despite rules of association of men and women.
7 Marriage to a college professor
Public Relations News Release 1929:541, p.1
6/15/1930 Eliza Rawstern graduated and married Professor D. S. Wright on the same day fifty years ago.
8 Love affair, marriage, suicide all make history for building
College Eye 21:27, p.1
4/11/1930 Historical highlights about Central Hall.
9 Jessie L. McLaughlin
Alumnus 14:2, p.26
4/1/1930 Agency secretary of the American Bible Society, of Chicago, Illinois, visited Mrs. Henry Harmon and daughter, Ada Joy Harmon, Professor D. S. Wright and President Emeritus Homer H. Seerley. McLaughlin was a Methodist missionary in the Phillippines.
10 Mrs. D. S. Wright
Alumnus 14:2, p.32
4/1/1930 Elias Rawstern, the twin brother of the former Eliza Rawstern, died at his home in Hitchcock, South Dakota on December 25, 1929. He is survived by his wife, nine sons, and three daughters.
11 Eliza Rawstern
Normal Eyte 9:7, p.153
10/28/1899 Resides in Cedar Falls since graduation; in high standing with the community.
12 Commencement exercises
Gardner--Frank R. (Class of 1880)
Students' Offering 4:13, p.1
6/1/1880 Twenty-five students complete two year Elementary course; three complete the three year Didactic course; two complete the four year Scientific course; lengthy excerpts from Commencement orations; ceremony lasts five hours.
13 Married
Students' Offering 4:13, p.9
6/1/1880 Professor David Sands Wright and Eliza Rawstern were married on the evening of June 24, 1880, in the Normal parlor by Principal Gilchrist; Miss Rawstern graduated earlier in the day; list of attendants.
14 Alpha Society
Students' Offering 4:12, p.7
5/1/1880 Meets every Saturday evening.
15 The regular installation of officers
Students' Offering 4:12, p.3
5/1/1880 Vina Warr succeeds Eliza Rawstern as Alpha president; music, essays, and debate follow installation.
16 Societies
Students' Offering 4:11, p.7
3/1/1880 Philos meet every Saturday at 7PM; Alphas meet every Saturday evening.
17 Teaching
Rawstern--Eliza Jane (Classes of 1879 and 1880)
Students' Offering 4:10, p.5
2/1/1880 Description of the acts and methods of teaching.
18 Alice McManus and Eliza Rawstern
Students' Offering 3:9, p.6
12/1/1879 Attending the Normal School.
19 Miss Maude Gilchrist
Students' Offering 3:9, p.7
12/1/1879 Miss Gilchrist and McGovern returned to complete their fourth year; Misses Rawstern, McManus, and Cooke will complete their third year.
20 Early English literature
Rawstern--Eliza Jane (Classes of 1879 and 1880)
Students' Offering 2:8, p.6
21 Professor Wright
Students' Offering 2:7, p.7
5/1/1879 Receives book of Bryant's poetry presented by Eliza Rawstern on behalf of second year class.
22 Catacombs of Rome
Rawstern--Eliza Jane (Classes of 1879 and 1880)
Students' Offering 1:4, p.3
12/1/1878 Description of the catacombs.

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