Paying Jobs on Campus

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In the 1950s through the 1960s, George Meloy arranged a number of paying jobs on campus for boarders. These ranged from waiting tables, serving as the post mistress or post master (in charge of the stamps and postage for boarders’ letters home), the paymaster (in charge of paying out weekly allowances), to being generally available for repairs or one sort or another, such as hanging doors or fixing broken alarm clocks or replacing lightbulbs.