Diplomas • Cum Laude • Invitation
It’s hard to imagine a frame large enough for some of Laurel’s earliest diplomas! The Laurel diploma represents more than a piece of paper—it is the culmination of years of hard work and intellectual accomplishment.  The very first Laurel diploma was given in 1900 to three graduates . . .
Helen MacIntyre, Margaret Odell and Jane Tarbell.
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      1900 Diploma

      Diploma from Miss Mittleberger for Grace Taplin Bourne 1900, mother of Frances T. Bourne 1935. When Miss Augusta Mittleberger retired and her school closed, Laurel School Headmistress Sarah Lyman welcomed the Mittleberger alums into the Laurel School Alumnae Association.

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      1902 Diploma

      Jessie Steinbrenner (Schneider) 1902

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      1913 Diploma

      Hope Bidwell 1913

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      1914 Diploma

      Ruth Wilbor (McMullin) 1914

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      1932 Diploma

      Doris McGinn 1932

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      1934 Cum Laude Certificate

      Gift of Frances T. Bourne '35

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      1935 Diploma

      Gift of Frances T. Bourne '35

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      1935 Commencement Invitation

      Gift of Frances T. Bourne '35

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      1935 Commencement Program Cover

      Gift of Frances T. Bourne '35

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      1935 Commencement Program Schedule

      Gift of Frances T. Bourne '35

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