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Enter Business As A Secretary Jan 1948

Enter Business As A Secretary

Historical Documents (1863-)

Pamphlet written to sell prospective female students on the strengths of the secretarial program at Bryant. Includes lengthy section entitled "These Employers Know Bryant College," listing companies throughout the country who presumably hired Bryant students in the past.


What Mrs. Hunter Told Her Daughter Jan 1947

What Mrs. Hunter Told Her Daughter

Historical Documents (1863-)

Pamphlet designed to interest women in pursuing business-related studies at Bryant College through the story of a conversation between Janet, a theoretical prospective college student, and her mother.


Betty Comes To Bryant College Jan 1946

Betty Comes To Bryant College

Historical Documents (1863-)

Promotional brochure written to convince career-minded female students to study business at Bryant College. It outlines the Bryant experience of the mid-40s in the story of Betty, a hypothetical student who enrolls in the School of Secretarial Science.


A College Of Higher Education For Business Oct 1945

A College Of Higher Education For Business

Historical Documents (1863-)

Short pamphlet talking about the importance of women in business and the advantages a Bryant education can provide.

"The invention of the typewriter three generations ago opened up new business opportunities for women. Everybody knows that moder business could not run efficiently without women."


Betty Wins A Malted Jan 1945

Betty Wins A Malted

Historical Documents (1863-)

Short promotional pamphlet designed to attract career-minded female students to Bryant College. Contains a short story about Betty, a hypothetical student, telling a friend the advantages of studying business at Bryant, as well as some factual information about the school and photos of the Providence campus.


Betty Faces A Poser Mar 1944

Betty Faces A Poser

Historical Documents (1863-)

Short promotional pamphlet designed to attract career-minded female students to Bryant College. Contains a short story about Betty, a hypothetical student, telling a friend the advantages of studying business at Bryant, as well as some factual information about the school and photos of the Providence campus.


To The High School Graduate (2), Henry L. Jacobs Feb 1943

To The High School Graduate (2), Henry L. Jacobs

Historical Documents (1863-)

This is a brochure designed to convince young women graduating high school to study business at Bryant College. Both the brochure and the letter from Bryant President Henry L. Jacobs talk about the opportunities for women during wartime.


Careers For Women Jan 1943

Careers For Women

Historical Documents (1863-)

Detailed brochure discussing the career opportunities in the business world during the wartime era and outlining the different programs Bryant College had to offer prospective female students.