A couple of nice credit history photos i discovered:
Image from page 54 of “The Lanthorn 1907” (1906)
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Title: The Lanthorn 1907
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Susquehanna University
Topics: Susquehanna University–Students–Yearbooks College yearbooks–Pennsylvania–Selinsgrove
Publisher: Susquehanna University
Contributing Library: Susquehanna University, Blough-Weis Library
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Glass of Nine teen-Eight Motto : Non nobis solum Colors: Violet and white-flower : Violet Yell Rah ! Rah ! Rate ! Zip ! Zum ! Zate !Susquehanna ! Susquehanna ! 1908 ! Off; Ralph W. Showers President John J. Huntz Vice President Fred. G. Schoch Secretary Geo. B. McC. Pifer Treasurer icers James Keys Historian Angelina Jackson Poet Roy Stettler Artist Class Roll Angelina Jackson _.Plainfield, N. J. Ralph Showers . Penns Creek, Pa. Geo. B. McC.Pifer Du Bois, Pa. James H. Keys Scenery Hill, Pa. John J. Houtz Serins Grove, Pa. Robert App___ — Selins Grove, Pa. W. E. Sunday ___Penna. Furnace, Pa. Fred. G. Schoch New Berlin, Pa. Earl C. Musser… .State College, Pa. J. D. Curran Felton, Pa. Ulysses A. Mover Selins Grove, Pa. Roy Stettler Middleburg, Pa. Harry Dougherty State University, Pa. Clarence McCormick.. State University. Pa. 42
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The fall term of nineteen hundred and five exposed andsaw our faithful band once more assemble underneath the port-als of dear old 8. U. Although some of our quantity ofprevious years were missing, other people filled their particular locations withequal credit. We relocated along when you look at the full-tide of energy unmolesteduntil October fourth. About this memorable day our Varsityfootball team came across the Indian eleven at Carlisle. Out ofceven guys that faced the red-skins, seven had been Sophomores.The Freshies seeing the weakness this made in our class by 43 aid from Junior brains, put up their banner. Dur-ing chapel a number of their offered bunch selected exactly what theythought become an unsurmountable tree, mounted it and hastily tying their particular rag to your uppermost part bade de-fiance. But lo! the dying peals of this organ announce thatchapel had closed. Because the Sophs emerged from the buildingthey saw aggressive colors drifting to your piece of cake. After that by thesharp cornmmands of President, they assembled andprepared for struggle: suddenl
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Image from page 200 of “Vanity reasonable” (1900)
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Title: Vanity reasonable
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Writers: Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863 Fiske, Minnie Maddern, Mrs., 1865- [from old catalog]
Topics: Waterloo, Battle of, Waterloo, Belgium, 1815 British Female relationship Social courses Married ladies
Publisher: New York and Boston, H. M. Caldwell company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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REBECCAS HUSBAND APPEARS. 159 previously. Briggs and Firkin at the door exposed the eyes ofastonishment and mouth of question. Yes—refused, Rebecca proceeded, with a sad, tearfulvoice.
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* And am I to credit my ears you definitely proposedto the girl, Sir Pitt ? the old lady requested. Ees, said the baronet, used to do. And she refused you, as she claims ? Ees, Sir Pitt stated, their features on a broad grin. It doesn’t appear to break your heart at the very least, MissCrawley remarked. Nawt somewhat, responded Sir Pitt, with a coolness and good-humor which put Miss Crawley very nearly mad with bewilder-ment. That a classic gentleman of station should fall on hisknees to a penniless governess, and burst aside laughing because she declined to get married him—that a penniless governessshould refuse a baronet with four thousand a year—these l6o VANITY FAIR. had been mysteries which Miss Crawley could never comprehend.It exceeded any problems of intrigue in her own favorite Pigault le Brun. Im glad you believe it great sport, bro, she con-tinued, groping extremely through this amazement. Vamous, stated Sir Pitt. Whod ha believed it ! whata sly little devil ! what a little fox it waws ! he muttered tohimself, chucklin
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