Volume 14, Number 13MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGEDecember 1 , 2000

An onlooker at the presidential review held November 13, 1918, in celebration of Armistice Day, this lady is seated on a large copper incense burner. She appears to be a wealthy dowager, her tiny bound feet encased in embroidered silk slippers. The woman standing nearby, also with bound feet, is probably her maid, carrying her mistress’s handwarmer.
Photograph courtesy of Catherine Gamble Curran ‘47, the Sidney D. Gamble Foundation for China Studies, New York City, and the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.


Sprague Lecture to Focus on "Cradle-Robbing, Meat-Eating, Ant-Loving Butterflies:December 5

Garrison Keillor to Give Solo Performance December 5

Lipman to Discuss Politics and Aesthetics of Footbinding December 7

New Student Information System Becoming a Reality

MHC Hosts Inaugural Party to Recognize Staff Retirees








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