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MAG 1931.12 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, December 1931 Contents: Coronation of the Virgin (Colign de Coter); p.4. Composite Christmas Greeting from the Executive Committee; p.5. The President's Page; p.6. Finish the Job/ by Dr. Kendall Emerson; p.7. Japanese Club Women on the March/ by Dr. Fred Field Goodsell; p.8. Here's a Fairy Tale That's True/ by Mrs. Alice L. Dean; p.10. Nebraska, Mississippi, North Carolina; p.11. The White House Conference One Year After/ by Dr. H.E. Barnard; p.12. The CLUBWOMEN GFWC for Christmas/ by Mrs. Frederick Glazier Smith; p.13. Women's Clubs the World Around; p.14. Department of Fine Arts; p.20. Department of American Home; p.22. Department of Internati

Image of MAG 1980.09 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1980.09 - Magazine Collection

GFWC Clubwoman, September 1980 Contents: President's page: inaugural address/ by Mrs. Don L. Shide; p.4. Introduction of GFWC BLUEPRINT 21st CENTURY: Conservation/ by Mrs. John Holland and Mrs. David Messinger; p.6. Education/ by Mrs. John O. Gregory and Mrs. Williams S. Slavens; p.7. Home life/ by Mrs. Robert Burgess and Mrs. Stuart Houston; p.8. International affairs/ by Mrs. Walter Thomas and Mrs. Larry Meyers; p.9. Public affairs/ by Mrs. Bill Williams and Mrs. Judi Rogers; p.10. Arts alive!/ by Mrs. Gary N. cooper and Mrs. Louis E. Lutz; p.11. Introduction of speicial projects: Home energy check/ by Mrs. Ernie Shriner; p.12. Dollars for delegates/ by Barbara Popp; p.13.

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MAG 1936.06 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, June 1936 Contents: Vincent Van Gogh: self portrait; p.cover. The President's message/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.4. Tulsa to be host to the General Federation; p.5. "Oklahoma" a toast/ by Harriet Camden Parker; p.5. Farewell Miami-hail Tulsa!; p.6. Resolutions adopted at the council; p.8. A year of progress/ by Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.9. "The general federation of women's clubs is on the air"; p.10. Federation stand commended; p.10. Things that made us giggle; p.11. The West Indies cruise; p.12. To a thorn tree blooming in a city street-a poem/ by Virginia Taylor McCormick; p.12. International clubs; p.13. American women's club thri

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MAG 1978.09 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, September 1978 Contents: Idea page; p.4. The President's page/ by Mrs. Oscar C. Sowards; p.6. GFWC/AEI information; p.8. Regional conference;p.9. Family; p.10. GFWC fall board meeting; p.11. 1978 convention coverage...Phoenix, Arizona; p.12. Convention speeches; p.14. A photo layout; p.16. National awards; p.20. New GFWC clubs; p.21. International news; p.22. Parliamentary potpourri; p.23. Club news; p.24. Junior news; p.27. Rodeo comes to town; p.30. Wausau clubs celebrates 100 years; p.31.

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MAG 1980.02 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, February 1980 Contents: President's page/ by Mrs A.M. Quint; p.4. GFWC candidates for office; p.6. On becoming a money manager/ by Sally E. Law; p.13. The talking kitchen: a skit/ by Vi Thornburg; p.14. Energy: house divided/ by Juanda kirk; p.15. FREE/ by Mrs. Bill G. Williams; p.16. Energy conservation begins at home/ by Mrs. Glenn W. Bricker; p.18. Legislative update; p.21. Conservation/ by Mrs. John W. Holland, Jr. and Mrs. Walter J. Bussell; p.22. American art hisotry; p.25. Club news; p.26. Letters; p.29. Parliamentary/ by Mrs. Bernard Laut; p.30. Program cues; p.31.

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MAG 1969.01 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, January 1969 Contents: Contemporary commentary-militant new left and our college campuses/ by Mrs. Walter Varney Magee; p.6. Campus or battleground?/ by Robert Hessen; p.8. Mass media-the cult of violence/ by Dr. Frederic Wertham; p.12. Crusade for morality in mass media-agenda for action; p.14. Clubs in action; p.18. GFWC junior section/ by Mrs. Philip C. Allin; p.20. Parliamentary tips/ by Mrs. Kenyon Nicholl; p.22.

Image of MAG 1960.05 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1960.05 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, May-June 1960 Contents: I believe/ by Chloe Gifford; p. 11. On GFWC scholarships/ by Esther Cole Franklin; p. 44. New GFWC clubs/ p. 54. Come to convention!/ by Mildred Carlson Ahlgren; p. 13. Science's war on birth defects/ by Dr. Virginia Apgar; p. 14. The American dream/ by Carl Sandburg; p. 16. Home study can tap adult brainpower/ by Dr. Robert Allen; p. 18. For your club: some exciting new slide programs on art/ by John Walker; p. 20. The big business of pornography/ excerpts from a Congressional report; p. 24. Citizenship is responsibility/ by Alice J. Goldman; p. 32. The United Nations today and tomorrow/ by Esther Cole Franklin; p. 37. Cl

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MAG 1964.11 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, November 1964 Contents: One Woman's Viewpoint/ by Mrs. William H. Hasebroock; p. 8. Women for Art/ by John Walker; p. 8. Expirement in a Creative Music Camp at Interlochen/ by Joseph E. Maddy; p. 10. Clubs in Action/ p. 12. GFWC Juniors/ /by Mrs. William Dudenhoffer; p. 16. Poison in Print on our Newsstands/ by Mrs. T.R. Houde; p. 16. Time for a Return to Decency/ by Mrs. Walter V. Magee; p. 19. Guidepost for Community Action in the GFWC Campaign-"Morals at stake on our Newsstands"/ p. 20. Statements by GFWC Fine Arts Chairmen/ p. 23. Come to the GFWC's New Orleans Convention/ p. 25. Parliamentary Usage/ by Grace Schongar; p. 29.

Image of MAG 1964.10 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1964.10 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, October 1964 Contents: Clubs in Action/ p. 5. Clubs in Action-a photo layout/ p. 6. One Woman's viewpoint/ by Mrs. William H. Haebroock; p. 8. Guard Your Husband's Health/ by Theodore van Dellen, M.D.; p. 10. How to Choose a C.I.P. Project/ by virginia Stitzenberger; p. 12. Moving? Check Your Voting Eligibility/ p. 13. Clubs in Action-continues/ p. 14. Come to the Convention!/ p. 16. GFWC Junior News/ p. 18. The Congressional Medal of Honor Grove/ p. 20. GFWC Chairmen's Statements/ p. 21. Parliamentary Usage/ by Grace Schongar; p. 23. Club Program of the Month/ p. 24. Memor from the Executive Secretary's Desk/ by Mrs. Stephen Nicholas; p. 29.

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MAG 1963.02 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, February 1963. Vol. 42 No. 6 Woman to Woman/ by Mrs. Dexter Otis Arnold; p. 4. Executive Committee Responsibility/ by Mrs. Earle A. Brown; 19. Panorama/ p. 20. The Lighted Way/ by John Edgar Hoover; p. 6. Preparing for Dynamic Maturity/ by William C. Fitch; p. 8. Helping New Americans Help America/ by Edward Corsi; p. 12. Clubs in Action/ p. 10. GFWC Juniors/ by Mrs. T. R. Houde; p. 16. Public Relations As I See It/ by Mildred Carlson Ahlgren; p. 23. Communique/ by GFWC Program Staff; p. 24.

MAG 1932.07 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, July 1932 Contents: Grace Morrison Poole (Portrait); p.4. The President's page/ by Grace Morrison Poole; p.5. The biennial in retrospect; p.6. International women's clubs move forward/ by Dr. Clara B. Burdette; p.8. Two problems discusses by women leaders; p.9. Three vigorous criticisms of our modern age; p.10. On the privileges and duties of club women; p.11. A portrait of Shakespeare/ by Florence Topping Green; p.12. The CLUBWOMEN GFWC wins new readers/ by Mrs. William R. Alvord; p.13. Resolutions adopted at Seattle; p.14. Women's clubs the world around; p.16. Headquarters gets many generous gifts; p.18. General Federation directors ratifies;

MAG 1933.04 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, April 1933 Contents: The President's page/ by Grace Morrison Poole; p.1. "The march of the General Federation" is toward Richmond; p.2. These clubs are 100 percent subscribers; p.3. Junior conference plans/ by Frances Crutchfield; p.3. Switzerland The Alps; p.4. European clubs anticipate tour; p.5. Who said women's clubs were dying; p.6. Citizens' councils for constructive economy; p.7. An open letter to members of Federated Women's Clubs/ by Grace Morrison Poole; p.7. The interdependence of juniors and seniors/ by Mrs. Edward M. Land; p.8. A former chairman greets the juniors/ by Mrs. Edwin Bevens; p.8. Juniors of California/ by Mrs. E.W. Shirk;

MAG 1935.01 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, January 1935 Contents: The President's page/ by Grace Morrison Poole; p.1. G.F.W.C. board meeting January 16-19; p.2. Massachuttes occupies second place in the number of paid subscriptions/ by Mrs. Frank P. Bennett jr.; p.3. Detroit-ideal convention city/ by Mrs. William R. Alvord; p.4. Uncle Sam's home in the West/ by Grace Morrison Poole; p.6. War on crime is initiated; p.7. Canidates for office in the G.F.W.C. election in June 1935; p.8. Books for headquarters; p.13. Lack of funds primarily problem in education; p.14. Memorial trees are replaced by billboards/ by Mrs. M.D. Steever; p.16. Salient educational topics presented by authories; p.17.

MAG 1936.10 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, October 1936 Contents: The harvesters/ by Peeter Brueghel; p.cover. The President's page/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.5. Alaska-"Mainland" or "Great land"/ by Mrs. Saidie Orr Dunbar; p.7. A tripping we did go/ by Mrs. Grace Morrison Poole; p.8. "Modern business and good living"/ by Rita Otway; p.9. The responsibility of club women in the coming election/ by Mrs. J.D. Atwood; p.9. "The way to a man's heart"; p.10. Why is safety education a woman's concern/ by Mrs. Edward Hammett; p.11. Junior club women; p.12. North, East, West, South; p.13. Department of education; p.14. Division of public instruction; p.15. General federation directors'

Image of MAG 1935.08 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1935.08 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, August 1935 Contents: Somewhere west of Washington; p.2. Los Angeles club has inspiring record/ by Mrs. Carl N. Mather; p.3. What headquarters has to offer/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.5. Gleanings from department speakers; p.6. Federation officers now on vacation; p.7. Club programs win prizes; p.8. Making radio what it should be/ by Mrs. Harold Vincent Milligan; p.10. The federation and the radio committee/ by Mrs. T.H. Grimley; p.10. Committee chairmen speak; p.11. Paris club library gains in popularity/ by Edith Guevara; p.12. Junior club women; p.13. Women's clubs the world around; p.14. Foreign clubs grow in numbers and activities;

MAG 1937.03 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, March 1937 Contents: Ingres: the Guillon-Lethiere family (Portrait); p.cover. The President's page/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.4. Rhode Island gives books/ by Dorothy Bennett Vaughn; p.5. Calling all clubs! Calling all clubs!/ by Luey May Smith; p.6. Plans for promotion of general federation offered by directors; p.8. North, East, West, South; p.10. States cooperate for safety; p.12. Department of education; p.14. Department of legislation; p.16. Historical film is given high praise/ by Mrs. Frank A. Linzel; p.17. For observance of child health day; p.17. Department of public welfare; p.18. Department of junior club women; p.24. Women's

MAG 1936.01 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, January 1936 Contents: The shed in the swamp/ by Charles E. Burchfield; p.cover. The President's message/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.4. New chairmen named; p.5. Board of directors to meet; p.6. Forums to the fore/ by Dr. John W. Studebaker; p.7. The Metropolitan opera guild/ by Mrs. August Belmont; p.8. Shall child labor come back/ by Elinor F. Morgenthau; p.9. Worse than war?/ by Mrs. Alex Miller; p.10. Women and money/ by Cathrine Curtis; p.11. North, East, West, South; p.12. Junior club women; p.14. International clubs; p.15. Department of education; p.16. Conservation of natural resources/ by Mrs. H.G. Bogert; p.16. Protection of r

Image of MAG 1936.03 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1936.03 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, March 1936 Contents: The sun vow/ by Hermon Atkins MacNeil; p.cover. The President's message/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.4. Western federation of women's clubs/ by Mrs. Seth T. Arkills; p.5. "Moon over Miami"/ by Mrs. J. Ralston Wells; p.6. Daytona Beach has flourishing clubs; p.7. Pioneer medical women/ by Dr. Ellen C. Potter and Dorothy Case-Bleckschmidt; p.8. "The board speakers said--"; p.10. Merchant Marine problems aired; p.10. Fine arts in the WPA; p.11. Helping public health; p.11. With the department chairmen; p.12. "Us girls"/ by Roberta H. Christensen; p.13. Junior club women; p.14. International clubs; p.15. European federa

MAG 1937.04 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, April 1937 Contents: The solemn pledge/ by Walter Ufer; p.cover. The president's page/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.4. On to Tulsa; p.5. Today's youth problem/ by Mrs. John L. Whitehurst; p.8. A receiving home for girls detained by juvenile court/ by Verl A. Teeter; p.9. Manhattan towers/ by Gertrude C. LeFevre; p.9. May day and child health day in North Carolina/ by Mrs. J. Henry Highsmith; p.10. Modern music-a mirror of life today/ by Mrs. G. Garabedian; p.11. Books and authors; p.12. Junior club women; p.13. North, East, West, South; p.14. The gospel of safety spreads/ by Mrs. Edward Hammett; p.16. Department of education; p.18. Depart

MAG 1936.05 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, May 1936 Contents: Rembrandt Van Rijn: Elizabeth Bas; p.cover. The President's message/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.4. Supreme court holds Hawes-Cooper law constitutional/ by Mrs. Clarence Fraim; p.5. Pennsylvania works for the blind/ by Mrs. Felix Stehle; p.6. The opportunity for women's clubs in cancer control/ by Dr. Clarence Cook Little; p.8. Club houses great and small; p.10. A club president's obligation/ by Mrs. Edward L. Freeman; p.12. The magazine marathon/ by Catherine Ford; p.13. North, East, West, South; p.14. Books and authors; p.16. Junior club women; p.17. Department of education; p.18. Department of fine arts; p.20. Depar