Taken from Ethelyn Hardesty's personal scrapbook is this photograph, which shows a group of unidentified women enjoying tea, crackers, and cards. Hardesty's caption, "business is business" suggests that this leisurely activity is one that went on regularly amongst the early co-eds of this time.
Anna M. Bacon's scrapbook from 1906-1908 displayed a copy of the program from the "Annual Banquet of Graduate and Undergraduate Women of Dickinson College." The event included toasts on different aspects of the college life, from Lloyd Hall to Civic Duties. The program shows that the committee for this event included these women: Elizabeth Low (Class of 1891), May Hull (Class of 1903), Mary Thompson (Class of 1896), Isabel Goldsmith (Class of 1904), Anna C.
Mrs. C. Grant Cleaver [Ethelyn Hardesty], class of 1902, called together the alumnae of New York at her home for tea on 1916. This one reunion led to the creation of NY Alumnae club which was to meet 3 times a year, on the 2nd saturday of the months of November, February, and May.
On February 13, 1926, the Dickinson College Alumnae Club of NYC celebrated its 10th Anniversary with a party in the Club Room of the Y. W. C. A. on 610 Lexington Ave., New York City.