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Framed photograph of Wilda Claire Peck Strong with the pin she wore at the suffrage parade in Boston in 1915.

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Carita Beryl Hunter was born in Nova Scotia and immigrated to Massachusetts as a young child. She attended Somerville High School, graduating in 1915, and went on to pursue Secretarial Studies at Simmons. In her first year, Hunter served as Treasurer…

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Sarah Louise Arnold is buried beside Dr. Mary Gould Hood at Mount Vernon Cemetery in Arnold's hometown of Abingdon, Plymouth County, MA. Arnold and Hood lived together from 1895 to Hood's death in 1938. Robert Grose, Arnold’s grandnephew, noted the…

The class of 1931 honored Sarah Louise Arnold at their graduation, pictured here in the center in a cap and gown. They also presented the college with a portrait of Arnold, which eventually was hung in Arnold Hall, a residence hall named after her.

Daisie Miller Helyar, who graduated from Simmons in 1910, saved this newspaper clipping in her scrapbook. The article reported on Dean Arnold’s address to a citizenship class at the South Congregational Church in Boston, quoting Arnold’s argument…

A newspaper article about Sarah Louise Arnold's new position as national president of the Girl Scouts. Arnold assumed this position after 20 years as Dean of Simmons College.
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