|Catalog Number||MAG 1910.02|
General Federation Clubwoman, February 1910
Cover illustration: Mrs. Addison F. Broomhall, president of Ohio State Federation of Women's Clubs.
The National Conservation Association: a statement of principles. illustrated; p. 143
The playground movement; p.146.
The Beauties of Hetch-Hetchy Valley. illustrated/ by John Muir; p.148.
Practical artwork in Woman's Clubs/ by Mrs. Everett W. Pattison; p.150.
What shall we read?/ By Helen M. Winslow; p.152.
The General Federation: president's message; p. 153.
Civil Service Reform/ by Sarah S. Platt Decker; p.154.
Health Department/ by Mrs. Rufus P. Williams; p.156.
A home economics campaign; 157.
Art and the Woman's Club/ by Mrs. Everett W. Pattison; p.158.
A word on forestry, resolutions; p.159.
The Federation's English scholarship; p.160.
Tenth biennial convention, collegiate courtesies/ by Mrs. Lawrence Maxwell; p.161.
What State Federations are Doing; p. 166.
Good team work in New York (concluded); p. 166.
Household Economics in Pennsylvania; p. 167.
Items from Vermont; p. 168.
Federation work in North Carolina; p. 169.
A good record for Texas; p. 170.
Forestry in Colorado; p. 171.
Massachusetts conferences appreciation; p. 174.
Women's Educational and Industrial Union; p. 176.
Moore, Eva Perry