|Catalog Number||MAG 1922.07|
|Title||General Federation News, July-August, 1922|
General Federation Clubwoman, July-August 1922
Chautauqua biennial program highlights; p.1.
Mrs. Winter makes recommendation in annual report; p.1.
Federation declares for child labor law; p.1.
President re-elected; p.2.
New board members; p.3.
Atlanta and Los Angeles next convention points; p.3.
Budget for Indian welfare; p.3.
Government exhibits; p.3.
International day; p.3.
Plea is pull together; p.3.
"Stand by us" Tokoi's appeal; p.4.
Believed in League of nations; p.4.
Says world needs divorcement of politics and foreign relations; p.4.
Director of Pan American Union speaks; p.4.
Women want better understanding; p.4.
Urges study of international law; p.5.
Would shout out unfit; p.5.
Must wipe out hatred; p.5.
A portal of peace; p.5.
State presidents night; p.5.
"No more war"; p.6.
Mrs. Cowles speaks; p.6.
American citizenship work emphasized; p.6.
Keen interest in movies; p.6.
Mr. Hays tells how Federation can help; p.7.
Ex-service men speak; p.7.
Work for ex-service men launched; p.8.
The voice of youth; p.8.
Women citizen abroad; p.8.
A new challenge to women's responsibilities; p.9.
Pending legislation discussed by chairman; p.10.
Women's relation to law; p.10.
Says prohibition here to stay; p.10.
Public welfare work covering wide field; p.10.
Club and Organization news; p.12.
Directors to meet January 9th-11th; p.13.
Building for citizenship meeting at Atlantic city; p.13.
Citizenship dep't outlines new plans; p.13.
105,510 is subscribed to headquarter's fund; p.14.
School credit given for club work in Okla; p.14
Louisville Women's club builds 100,000 club house; p.14.
Council convention is made executive; p.14.
Women help stage second pageant of progress; p.14.
Special committee named by president; p.15.
Headquarters helps make 5,000 programs; p.15.
National carillon Ass'n incorporated; p.16.
The women's activities exhibit Sept. 18-23; p.16.
Protests census listing housewives 'non-productive'; p.16.
Legislation must pass "nat'l character" test; p.16.
Harding names woman merchandise appraiser; p.16.
Endowment fund totals $105,793.30; p.16.
This is what is meant by "the magazine feature"; p.16.
Current events service free to all clubs; p.16.
Nearly 1,000 new clubs admitted into Federation; p.16.
Abolition of child labor first aim of welfare dept.; p.17.
Biennial visualizes idea of Federation; p.17.
Mrs. Mary Childress; p.17.
Mexican prison system worthy of emulation; p.17.
Women for world unity; p.17.
Chautauqua biennial (continued); p.18.
Spotlighted work; p.18.
Famous writers speak on press conference; p.18.
Work of fine arts department three-fold; p.18.
William H. Griggs a speaker; p.19.
Practical aid in program making; p.19.
Musical program; p.19.
Addresses on music; p.19.
Mrs. Oberndorfers report; p.20.
Entertainment and recreation; p.20.
"Beautiful Chautauqua"; p.20.
Official directory of General Federation of Women's Clubs; p.24.
Winter, Alice Ames
Cowles, Ione Virginia Hill
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