Class of 1955 Nancy Walker scrapbook, 1950-1951
Scope and Contents
This scrapbook documents the final portion of Walker's Senior year at Plainview High School in Plainview, NJ (1950/51), and the beginning of her first year at Middlebury College (1951/52). It contains an extensive collection of ephemera including newspaper clippings, Middlebury College application materials, programs from church services, plays (Wig and Pen, Broadway), and musical performances, birthday and other holiday cards, high school commencement materials, rules and regulations for incoming first years at Middlebury, travel memorabilia including airline and train tickets, print materials relating to "hell week," photographs of campus, pressed plants, dance cards, and song lyrics. A majority of the scrapbook's contents are accompanied by handwritten notes and/or brief journal entries.
Biographical / Historical
From the Middlebury College General Catalog, 2000: Daughter of Albert Runyon Walker and Jessie Lewis (Hastings). Born in Plainfield, NJ, May 23, 1933. Director of Admissions, Park School, Brookline, MA, 1972-1977. Director of Admission, Milton Academy Girls' School, Milton, MA, 1977-1980. Director of Development, Park School, Brookline, MA, 1985-1992. Publication Director and Archivist, The Park School, Brookline, MA, 1992-1996, 1997-1999. President, Middlebury College Alumni Association, 1982-1984. Married H. Kimball Faulkner, Feb 21, 1959. Children: Emily Morison, Anne Hastings, and Abigail Dane.
1 Box (1 scrapbook) : Item is in fragile condition.
Language of Materials
B3 3 1
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The scrapbook was donated in 2012 by its creator, Nancy Walker Faulkner, '55.
- Alumni scrapbooks
- Balls (Parties)
- Birthday cards
- College students -- United States -- Social life and customs
- Dance cards
- Greeting cards
- Middlebury College -- Alumni and alumnae
- Middlebury College -- Buildings
- Middlebury College -- Students
- Middlebury College -- Women
- Newspaper clippings
- School notebooks
- Students -- Social life and customs
- Universities and colleges -- Admission
- Vermont -- Social life and custom -- 20th century
- Women's education