Recently, I found my great-great grandmother's (Emily Griffiths) 5th grade report card from 1895 nailed to the wall in the attic over the garage (don't ask me why it was there, I took it down and put it in a safer place pending my ability to get it preserved).
Anyway, most of it is pretty easy to read, but unfortunately I have always had trouble reading cursive, especially in isolation. I can't read the last name of the teacher (Elizabeth W(?)....ich?), what grade Emily got for "Conduct", or what word is written after "History" under the listing of the various classes. Presumably that word explains why history is the only class were a numerical grade was given.
I have attached two different images showing the report card. Note that I had to reduce the quality so that the file size would be small enough to post on here. Could someone who can read cursive better than I can please identify the indicated words?