The life of the girls, boarding at Crocker and Normal Halls, is characterized by refinement and repose. The appointments of the house and table are simple and inexpensive, but all in good taste. The boarders are expected to be ladies as well as students. Such expectations will find their fulfillment in the demands which our pupils will in turn make upon their future scholars. -- Kate Gannett Wells
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