Category: The Sage Historian

Earliest Remembrances: A Glance at Grace Moore’s Scrapbook, 1916-1920

Among The Sage Colleges Archives & Special Collection’s myriad holdings, scrapbooks constitute one of the largest, and arguably the most nostalgic, of our collections. A treasure trove of clippings, programs, photographs, and ephemera, the scrapbook collection offers a glimpse of Sage life that

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From Ricketts House to Ricketts Hall

Adjacent to Manning Hall, with an almost identical structure and facade, Ricketts Hall is known primarily as the home of RSC’s Physical and Occupational Therapy programs. That has been the case since 1995, anyway. Originally, Ricketts was a single row

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Robert Frost Visits Sage: 1921, 1925, and 1945

Russell Sage College would be one of my pleasantest memories, were it only for the heartfelt way you resented it when some rude honker made me jump for my life that rainy day I was there with you on the

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