1910s

1910s

Interviews collected from alumnae of the 1910s record some of the earliest first-person accounts of female students at Brown. These women describe their academic and social experiences in the Women’s College as well as their careers and families.

Image: Josephine Scholfield Gate, 1917. The class of 1900 erected a gate in memory of their classmate, Josephine Scholfield, who died in September 1900. Originally located on the south side of Cushing Street, the gate was later moved to Bowen Street in back of Andrews Hall. Image source: Brun Mael.