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Harpeth Hall

Harpeth Hall School is an independent college preparatory school for young women in grades 5-12 in Nashville, TN. Founded in 1865 as Ward Seminary, the school merged with Belmont College in 1913 to become Ward-Belmont College. The closing of Ward-Belmont led to the creation of Harpeth Hall, which relocated to a new campus in 1951. The collection is maintained by the Harpeth Hall Archives and showcases the school's long history of excellence in women's education.

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Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School
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Hallmarks  is the Harpeth Hall School's annual Upper School student literary magazine, featuring both literary and artistic student work. The work is selected by the editorial staff based upon submissions from fellow classmates and teachers.  
Topics: Tennessee – Nashville, College preparatory schools, Harpeth Hall School
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Harpeth Hall School newspaper. Upper School students produce six editions a year presenting features, news events, sports, editorials, and more. Staff members share ideas, gather information, write, type, photograph, and lay out each issue.
Topics: Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools --...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Harpeth Hall School newspaper. Upper School students produce six editions a year presenting features, news events, sports, editorials, and more. Staff members share ideas, gather information, write, type, photograph, and lay out each issue.
Topics: Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools --...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Harpeth Hall School newspaper. Upper School students produce six editions a year presenting features, news events, sports, editorials, and more. Staff members share ideas, gather information, write, type, photograph, and lay out each issue.
Topics: Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools --...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Harpeth Hall School newspaper. Upper School students produce six editions a year presenting features, news events, sports, editorials, and more. Staff members share ideas, gather information, write, type, photograph, and lay out each issue.
Topics: Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools --...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Harpeth Hall School newspaper. Upper School students produce six editions a year presenting features, news events, sports, editorials, and more. Staff members share ideas, gather information, write, type, photograph, and lay out each issue.
Topics: Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools --...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Harpeth Hall School newspaper. Upper School students produce six editions a year presenting features, news events, sports, editorials, and more. Staff members share ideas, gather information, write, type, photograph, and lay out each issue.
Topics: Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools --...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Harpeth Hall School newspaper. Upper School students produce six editions a year presenting features, news events, sports, editorials, and more. Staff members share ideas, gather information, write, type, photograph, and lay out each issue.
Topics: Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools --...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Harpeth Hall School newspaper. Upper School students produce six editions a year presenting features, news events, sports, editorials, and more. Staff members share ideas, gather information, write, type, photograph, and lay out each issue.
Topics: Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools --...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Ward-Belmont School (1913-1951)
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Ward-Belmont School (1913-1951)
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward's Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Ward-Belmont School (1913-1951)
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Ward-Belmont School (1913-1951)
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
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The Ward-Belmont School Catalogs provide unique insight into the institutional life of the school, which maintained primary, intermediate, college preparatory, and junior college divisions from 1913 to 1951. In 1952, the newly named Belmont College became a co-educational college, while the high school division separated to form The Harpeth Hall School. Publication schedules remained sporadic with annual, bi-annual, and quarterly publications from 1913-1951. The catalogs contain curriculum...
Topics: Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals, Girls' schools – Tennessee – Nashville,...
Harpeth Hall
by Belmont College (1890-1913)
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Belmont College (Nashville, Tenn.) -- Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Ward-Belmont School (1913-1951)
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Ward-Belmont School (1913-1951)
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
Topics: School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville, Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals,...
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.); Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.)
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
Topics: Newspapers, Girls, Women, Women, Student newspapers and periodicals
Harpeth Hall
by Harpeth Hall School (1951 - )
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Harpeth Hall
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Harpeth Hall
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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Ward-Belmont provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. The student literary magazine The Chimes was published from 1936-1951 and contains essays, poetry, illustrations and book reviews. The complete collection has been digitized in this compendium. In 1952, the newly named Belmont College became a co-educational college, while the high school division separated to form The Harpeth Hall School.
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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The Harpeth Hall School is an independent college preparatory school for young women in grades 5-12 in Nashville, TN. Founded in 1865 as Ward Seminary, the school merged with Belmont College in 1913 to become Ward-Belmont. The closing of Ward-Belmont led to the creation of Harpeth Hall, which relocated to a new campus in 1951. This history of Harpeth Hall begins with the development of the new campus in 1951 through the tenure of headmistress Idanelle McMurry in 1980. Written by Louise Douglas...
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September and May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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Harpeth Hall
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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The Ward-Belmont School Catalogs provide unique insight into the institutional life of the school, which maintained primary, intermediate, college preparatory, and junior college divisions from 1913 to 1951. In 1952, the newly named Belmont College became a co-educational college, while the high school division separated to form The Harpeth Hall School. Publication schedules remained sporadic with annual, bi-annual, and quarterly publications from 1913-1951. The catalogs contain curriculum...
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Harpeth Hall
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Ward-Belmont provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. The student literary magazine The Chimes was published from 1936-1951 and contains essays, poetry, illustrations and book reviews. The complete collection has been digitized in this compendium. In 1952, the newly named Belmont College became a co-educational college, while the high school division separated to form The Harpeth Hall School.
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The Ward-Belmont School provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1913-1951. Ward-Belmont Hyphen, their student newspaper, was issued weekly during the school year from September � May with special summer issues and provides a glimpse into school life as well as major historical events in the Nashville area. The Ward-Belmont School reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory school, on a new campus in 1951.
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook...
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