|Catalog Number||1986.063.00024 AQ|
|Scope & Content||
Packet of promotional cards showing students and activities at All Saints School. The packet was sent out to prospective students. The packet includes 16 cards and an envelope. A through Q are as follows:
a: Envelop addressed to Miss Christie Berdahl, 231 S. Euclid, City. The envelope has a cancelled 3 cent stamp at the upper tight corner and the All Saints School logo at the upper left corner.
b: Card with a photograph of two girls in their dorm room. The caption reads, "All Saints girls in residence make home away from home with personal belongings. They take care of their own rooms, which are inspected everyday."
c: Card with a photograph of three girls in a formal sitting room. The caption reads, "In the Principal's sitting room, the All Saints Self Government Council meets each week for discussion of school problems to be presented at the bi-weekly class or town meeting."
d: Card with a photograph of the grounds of the school. the caption reads, " Trees, beautiful in summer and winter, line the driveway which leads up the hill to the dignified Main Building of All Saints School."
e: Card with a photograph of eleven girls sitting outside in casual clothing. The caption reads " The Hare and Hound race, traditional on All Saints Day, rouses great enthusiasm. Runners of the winning team are proud of their captain whose name will be engraved on the Hare and Hound cup."
f: Card with an aerial view photograph of the campus. The caption reads, "The four buildings of All Saints School are connected by underground tunnels. The six acre campus provides facilities for a wide variety of outdoor sports."
g: Card with a photograph of staff and students preparing for a meal. The caption reads, "Every All Saints resident students takes her turn waiting on table. The food is well-cooked, wholesome, and pleasing, especially when 'Batesy' serves her famous gingerbread."
h: Card with a photograph of four students in Girl Scout uniforms. The caption reads, "All Saints Girl Scout Troop, number 14, meets in a room of its own. First aid is a popular activity under the supervision of a trained nurse."
i: Card with a photograph of students and a teacher in class. The caption reads, "Small classes insure personalized instruction with emphasis on efficient study habits. All Saints girls wear and attractive uniform: red jacket, white blouse, and dark blue tweed skirt."
j: Card with a photograph of students outside raising the American flag. the caption reads, "An impressive part of the graduation exercises is the ceremony attending the award of the school flag to the girl who best represents the training received at All Saints."
k: Card with a photograph of students in a lounge. The caption reads, "family life at All saints is designed to develop poise as well as friendliness/ Sunday evening supper is served in the Lounge by the girls themselves."
l: Card with a photograph of students reenacting the Nativity. The caption reads, "Choral services of great beauty attract large Congregations to All Saints chapel on festival days. The Nativity tableau is posed during the candle-light carol service by three seniors."
m: Card with photograph of girls receiving confirmation in the chapel. The caption reads, "The All Saints school day starts with a service in the chapel. Girls of all denominations carry away treasured memories of such special occasions as the Bishop's visit for confirmation."
n: Card with a photograph of students exiting a building. The caption reads "In fall and spring classes pass outdoors from the chapel to Memorial Building, erected in 1914 to honor William Hobart Hare, first bishop of south Dakota and founder of All Saints School."
o: Card with a photograph of students playing soft-ball. The caption reads, "Every girl belongs to one of the two All Saints School teams, the Purples and the Golds, which compete all year for the G.A.A. plaque. On Field Day, May 17, the final soft-ball tournament is played."
p: Card with a photograph of the Commencement Dance. The caption reads, "All Saints patrons and friends enjoy the commencement dance fete on the east lawn. A May pole dance and May Day carol always conclude the performance."
q: Card with a photograph of a school play. The caption reads, "The Reflectors Club sponsors dramatics at All Saints. Plays produced in the studio give experience in acting, staging, costuming, and business management."
|Physical characteristics||Cards are 5.25" w x 8" l|
|Dates of Creation||1941-1944|
All Saints School