“Sandy” gave us an “exam”! Forty-five minutes to
give the questions and fifteen to answer them! I answer part of one.
Sat. Night.Jessie Mit, Annabel, Addie, and I got to Patterson contest.Helen Lafferty. Prof. Melcher, and Zemmie
hold up the honors for the Modern Language.Each fellow had one rate for 1st place.Pres. Patterson tells of Patterson Literary
Miss Cecil arrives with very sore throat and bad
cold.Juliette and I borrow lemons,
Shiny’s chafing dish, and make her a hot lemonade.By the way, I had forgotten to mention
Y.W.C.A. election, when I had the honor to be selected as president.Jessie Mit, Juliette, Edith, Joe, Hattie,
Annabel, Alma, and I are the Cabinet.We
make many good resolutions.
Get back to the Hall and find girls at
breakfast.Much excitement over two new
girls.Juliette moves in with
Edith.Annie and I go to town in the
afternoon.I wait on the Library steps!
We carry suit case, which is heavy.My
ginger cakes are hard and Cornelia says “Where did you get them?”
The records (.5 cubic feet, 1 box, 5 oversize folders; dated 1889-1956) comprise a small group of records and
architectural drawings from Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington, Ky.
The records include an account book of the Protestant Infirmary
(1889-1897); Good Samaritan treasurer’s reports (1908-1911); financial
and capital campaign records (1901-1913); newspaper clippings
(1929-1953); and records documenting the involvement of George Weeks and
Christ Church Cathedral (Lexington, Ky.) in the hospital’s finances
(1956). The five sets of architectural drawings on vellum (primarily
dated 1905-1906) include complete sets for the Colored Ward, Nurses
House, and the Main Building (both drawn by Anderson & Faig). The
drawings also include blueprints for alternations and additions to the
hospital, dated June 15, 1928, and drawn by Clifford R. Reichert for
Starks Building, Louisville, Ky.
The complete finding aid can be seen here.
University of Kentucky geologists depart for Black Hills of South Dakota. Pictured are Dr. A. C. McFarlan, head of University of Kentucky geology department, and his son, A. C. McFarlan, Jr., along with Richard Naylor, Vincent E. Nelson, and W. R. Brown.
Images from The John C. Wyatt Lexington Herald-Leader photographs
I take German in morning class, Zemmie, dear soul,
excuses me early from French, I make a desperate run for the train and have to
wait 25 minutes for it.Read “Idea” Mr.
Kohn had given me, on the train.Bernice
and John meet me and I go up to school to the Sterling. “Shall Mt. St. have
coming to State next year.Go to
dressmakers and then home.Stay home Saturday.Make some candy.Go to Grandma’s Sunday morning, to Aunt
Georgie’s in the afternoon.Uncle Frank
gave me some money.Fried chicken for
breakfast and Grandpa helps me to the train Monday morning.