The first clipping photocopy, "The young Woman Won it," reports on Eliza Nelson, Iota Chapter, winning an oratorical contest at Plymouth Church. It caused an outrage that a woman won the contest. The second clipping, "The Kappa's Golden Key," reports on the 1892 National Convention, with the opening session held at the Unitarian Church, and the business sessions held in the State House.
circa 08/24/1892 - 08/26/1892
Eliza Jean Nelson Penfield - Edgar H. Evans - Elba Brenigan - C. M. Hubbard - E. L. Brannigan - L. P. Drayer - Reed Carr - W. W. Parsons - G. W. Grubbs - Robert Van Valzah - Tade Hartsuff Kuhns - Minnetta Theodora Taylor - Alice Hynes Moodie Hartwell - Alice Cary Weeks Bridges - Helen F. Jackson Hinchman - Jessie Garetson - Jean Frey - Eva Dean - Emily Gertrude Robinson Smith - Jessica Vaughn Penny Harrier - Maude Virginia Smith Chalmers - Cora Ellen Palmer - Alice Dewey - Martha Walker Dorsey - Sadie Montgomery - Lectania Newcomb Wright - Myra Emily Tubbs Ricketts - Grace Greenwood Adams - Katherine Evarts - Annabel Collins Coe - Martha Frances Burks Harley - Nellie Vie Morris - Gertrude Evelyn Small - Sylvester Johnson - A. F. McCarmack - Margaret Purviance Bruner