|Catalog Number||MAG 1937.02|
|Title||The Clubwoman GFWC, February 1937|
General Federation Clubwoman, February 1937
Rocky barriers/ by Grace L. Russell; p.cover.
Facing the new year/ by Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.4.
Organized women in a period of transition/ by Mrs. Thomas G. Winter; p.5.
Awareness of the General Federation notable; p.6.
All eyes turn to Tulsa; p.7.
General Federation continues progress/ by Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.8.
Vital subjects ably discussed; p.9.
Federation functions through departments; p.10.
Subscription contest closes in blaze of glory and fun; p.12.
Neutrality-America's Nemesis/ by Alves Long; p.13.
North, East, West, South; p.14.
A look backward in safety/ by Mrs. Edward Hammett; p.16.
State safety news; p.17.
Department of education; p.18.
My dream/ by Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.18.
Academy in this session/ by Hon. Wesley E. Disney; p.19.
How to arouse public sentiment/ by Mrs. William Dick Sporborg; p.19.
Department of public welfare; p.20.
After the night (Poem)/ by Noureddin Addis; p.20.
Junior club women; p.21.
The star spangled banner/ by Mrs. William Horsfall; p.21.
Yet to be done-our contest/ by Mrs. William Waller Slayden; p.22.
Lawson, Roberta Campbell
Sporborg, Constance Amberg
GFWC CLUBWOMAN Magazine