“O Lord and Master of us all,
Whate’er our name or sign,
We own Thy sway, we hear Thy call,
We test our lives by Thine.”
Winsome Womanhood, a book written by Margaret Sangster, provided young women of the early 20th century with a connection to God as well as a purpose/identity within the Christian faith. It was Sangster’s belief that all women, regardless of age, could benefit from the...
“To our dearest Gene - The KEN pin-up boy. We would be delighted with the honor of your presence at the Augustana - North Central basketball game Saturday evening. We kill call for you at the Seminary about a quarter to 8. Be there. (Or Else)
We guarantee to get you in at an early hour (we hope).
Love and kisses, your KEN admirers”
“I wish to thank you for the kind invitation to attend the...
Ah the college life. Something many today take for granted. Back in the early 20th century not everyone had the opportunity to go to college, especially women. At the time, it wasn’t seen as important for a women to have an education. But this didn’t stop all women; some desired to be doctors, lawyers, and other such professionals. So these women needed to go to school somewhere to get...