|Catalog Number||MAG 1911.06|
General Federation Clubwoman, June 1911
In memoriam; p. 449.
The president's message; p. 449.
Itinerary for May and June; p. 450.
The Council; p. 451.
Reports of committees at Council meetings,
Literature and Library extension; p. 452.
Education; p. 452.
Civics; p. 453.
Civil service reform; p. 453.
Household economics; p. 453.
Health committee; p. 454.
Industrial committee; p. 455.
Music committee; p. 455.
Art committee; p. 456.
Conservation committee; p. 456.
Wednesday evening; p. 456.
Items of interest; p. 457.
Notes from press committee,
Iowa matters; p. 458.
Indiana topics; p. 459.
Illinois federation; p. 460.
Pennsylvania works; p. 460.
As to Michigan; p. 460.
New Hampshire legislation; p. 461.
About Nebraska; p. 461.
The rural schools of Georgia; p. 462.
Fifth district, Indiana; p. 463.
The pollution of our waterways; p. 464.
Art department; p. 466.
Editorial; p. 469.
Hillsdale Clover Club; p. 470.
What can the club do for the community; p. 471.
New York state federation of women's clubs, ninth district meeting; p. 472.
A chapter of New York City notes; p. 472.
Daughters of New England; p. 476.
The Mississippi Federation; p. 477.
What Indiana club women are doing; p. 479.
Texas bulletin; p. 480.
Work of Louisiana women; p. 483.
Art in Vermont; p. 484.
Missouri notes; p. 485.
North Carolina convention; p. 486.
Going, going, gone; p. 486.
Notice from Miss Bacon; p. 490.
National officers present; p. 490.
Home economics in New York State; p. 490.
Minnesota federation; p. 491.
Rhode Island Conference; p. 492.
Massachusetts state federation of women's clubs; p. 493.
Vermont Convention; p. 502.