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Eighteen female students of the Clionian (Debating) Society are left to right, front row, Templeton ?, Dora Wilde, Kate Bogan, Nina Dewolf, ?, ?, Susan Duggan; back row, ?, Mayme Murchie, Pearl Heath, Arma Finley, Inglier Jesten, Susie Murchie, Evelyn Mattson, Laura Harstad, ?, Isabel Hagen, ?. The Clionian Society was formed in 1906 as a way for young women to debate, discuss, and question ideas. The name was suggested by Professor Vernon P. Squires.
Students-Female; Fashion-Clothing; Clionian Society; Debate; Debates and debating - Societies; Students; Clothing and dress; Women - Education; Women college students; Hairstyles; Societies
North Dakota--Grand Forks
University of North Dakota
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota