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In this interview, Eleanor Rosalie McElroy, class ofbegins by describing her family and educational background, emphasizing the liberal-minded nature of her single mother that encouraged her to attend Pembroke College and study American history.

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Margaret "Peg" Mary Porter begins Part 1 of her interview discussing her family background and her motivation for both going to college and choosing Pembroke College. She considers her freshman year, required courses, and her classes, telling vivid stories of professors.

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Porter speaks on the then archaic social and academic rules for Pembroke students, and her extracurricular activities on campus. Theresa Elizabeth Gagnon begins Part 1 of this interview by discussing her early experiences at Pembroke, including freshman orientation week and the embarrassing experience of taking posture photographs.

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She also talks about the academic curriculum at Pembroke, her passion for languages, and the strict physical education requirement. In Part 2, she talks about the interactions between men and women, dress codes and rules on campus, dorm girls vs.

In lieu of flowers, the families are asking that donations be made to pembroke youth hockey's joseph birolini and william hickey scholarship fund.

She also recalls the character of President Henry Wriston. Gagnon shares her favorite memories of attending proms, passing the swimming test, and participating in field hockey, bowling, and basketball under the supervision of the Director of Physical Education Bessie Rudd.

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She explains that having grown up in Barrington, Rhode Island, she was familiar with Pembroke College and was given the same opportunities as her five brothers. She explains why she chose to attend Pembroke College and shares pieces of her interview process with Dean Margaret Shove Morriss. In Part 1 of this interview, Marcella F. Fagan relates stories about dating practices at Brown, juggling her studies with paid work, the four-year physical education requirement under professor Bessie Rudd, and posture pictures.

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In this interview, Hilda Antoinette Calabro begins by sharing some family background and explaining her reasons for attending Pembroke College. She recalls being supported by her family and having the freedom to choose what she wanted to do with her college education.

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She describes the difficult of being a city girl — a female day student who attended Pembroke but did not live on campus, particularly during World War II. In Part 1 of this interview, Gloria E. When discussing her life at Pembroke, she speaks about her academic record, the discovery of her passion for English after an initial focus on biology, her dedication to her studies and the many student activities in which she was involved.

In Part 1 of this interview, Edna Frances graham discusses her family background and then elaborated on preparing for Pembroke at Classical High School, attending classes with "mature" veterans who had just returned from WWII, her dating experiences, and traveling with the Glee Club.

She speaks briefly about her work as a teacher and what she would change in hindsight. She says the worst experience in college was the death of her father, while the best thing about college was the social life and attending dances. She explains the difficulty she had assimilating to Pembroke College after growing up in Texas and says that Dean Nancy Duke Lewis was her best friend all through college.

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