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Image of MAG 1927.12 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1927.12 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, December 1927 Contents: Portraits of Mrs. Coolidge and Mrs. Sherman Mrs. Sherman's Christmas Message Our President's Page Board of Directors to Meet American Home Follow-up Campaign Institute of Pacific Relations Glimpses of the Old World Fall State Conventions "On to Texas" Who's Who and Why Gifts of Books to Headquarters Library Our Junior Clubs Magic Casements, Poems of Our Day The Christ Child in Art (pictorial) Comparative Estimates of Films Editorial The Story of the NEWS Department of Fine Arts Book Reviews Headquarters

Image of MAG 1931.12 - Magazine Collection

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 1969.03 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1969.03 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, March 1969 Contents: Contemporary commentary-the population bomb-it could be our greatest problem/ by Mrs. Walter Varney Magee; p.8. Planned parenthood: each baby a wanted child/ by Mrs. Katherine Oettinger; p.10. Signs of crisis/ by Mrs. Helen Livingston Smith; p.12. Crusade for morality in mass media-agenda for action; p.20. Come to convention!; p.23. How to organize and federate a club; p.25. Clubs in action-a photo layout; p.6. Clubs in action-news stories; p.14. GFWC junior news section/ by Mrs. Philip Allin; p.18. Parliamentary usage/ by Mrs. Kenyon Nicholl; p.22.

MAG 1922.11 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, November 1922 Contents: Declares Indian land claim measure "vicious"; p.1. November to find new headquarters in running order; p.1. Marriage and divorce bill drafted by G.F.W.C.; p.1. Foreign women lacking in leadership, depend upon Americans, says traveler; p.2. Offers $1000 in prizes for best club programs; p.2. Declares Englishwomen poor parliamentarians; p.3. Oklahoma Federation working for delinquents; p.3. World progress program is held in Nebraska; p.3. Women's exposition first in history/ by Elizabeth O. Toombs; p.3. Reclamation worker backs Senator Townsend; p.3. Woman's new service to begin career in January says President/ by Alice Ames

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 1935.09 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, September 1935 Contents: The President's page/ by Grace Morrison Poole; p.3. Club leaders appointed to strategic positions in G.F.W.C.; p.4. Vital conferences pending; p.7. "How firm a foundation!"/ by Mrs. Edward Hammett; p.8. Authorship for women/ by Charles Langley; p.9. Women's clubs the world around; p.10. Clubs will celebrate children's book week; p.12. Ohio wins penny art fund prize; p.12. Dr. Stephens makes statesmanship plea/ by Dr. Waldo Stephens; p.13. Work of portrait artist on cover; p.13. Junior club women; p.14. Nursing loan closet fills community need; p.16. Atlanta may become the "Dogwood city"; p.17.

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

MAG 1936.07 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, July 1936 Contents: A President's message/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.2. "What patriotism means to me"; p.3. Department highlights; p.4. Colorful evening sessions are featured by brilliant speakers; p.6. Our club in foreign lands/ by Mrs. Herbert F. French; p.7. Hold high the torch/ by Miss Alves Long; p.8. North, East, West, South; p.9. Junior club women; p.10. Washington has notable art project; p.11. "Education for living"; p.11.

MAG 1936.11 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, November 1936 Contents: Sir Joshua Reynolds: Mrs. Kemble; p.cover. The President's page/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.5. What they are saying in Europe/ by Miss Alves Long; p.7. We build our house bricks/ by Dr. John W. Studebaker; p.7. Revival of interest in prints/ by Mrs. Frederick B. Hall; p.8. Are women insurance minded?/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.10. Maternal care/ by Edwin F. Daly; p.11. A uniform vehicle code for every state/ by Mrs. Edward Hammett; p.12. Volunteers in Gray/ by Mabel T. Boardman; p.14. Books and authors; p.15. North, East, West, South; p.16. Angela Morgan: poet laureate; p.17. International clubs; p.18. P

MAG 1937.05 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, May 1937 Contents: John Singleton Copley: Mrs. John Greene; p.cover. The President's page/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.4. The ashes of god/ by Dr. Marcus Everett Lindsay; p.5. "Acts of God" (Poem)/ by Eliot White; p.5. Woman's medical college trains women for service; p.6. In loving tribute to our Mrs. Lucretia Blackenburg/ by Florence Dibert; p.7. Constitution sesquicentennial celebration/ by Hansel B. Nielson; p.8. The better motion picture quest/ by Mrs. Thomas G. Winter; p.9. Libraries an essential educational service/ by Julia Wright Merrill; p.10. Wildlife federation perfected/ by Mrs. H.G. Bogert; p.11. International clubs; p.12. Sh

MAG 1937.06 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, June 1937 Contents: Early morning after a storm at sea/ by Winslow Homer; p.cover. Tulsa council largest in history; p.4. Council adopts significant resolutions; p.6. Mrs. Lawson's Tulsa report; p.7. The debate on the Supreme Court; p.8. Welfare of mother and child/ by Katharine F. Lenroot; p.9. The future of American forests/ by F.A. Silcox; p.10. The abuse of parole/ by Adela Rogers St. Johns; p.11. Mrs. Poole to wed Dr. H.G. Reynolds; p.11. Highlights from council speeches; p.12. Police active in accident prevention/ by Mrs. Edward Hammett; p.14. North, East, West, South; p.16. Junior club women at Tulsa; p.18. Opening junior session/ by Ele

MAG 1938.04 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, April 1938 Contents: Galt: Mrs. Lloyd C. Stark; p.cover. The President's message/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.6. Radio programs for children/ by Mrs. Edgar B. Merritt; p.7. This way to Kansas City/ by Vella Alberta Winner; p.8. Quotes from directors; p.10. Guardians of the elms/ by Don Bloch; p.12. Beauty and preventative medicine/ by Charles H. Goodrich; p.13. North, East, West, South; p.14. International clubs; p.16. Junior club women; p.17. What can I do?/ by Mrs. Edward Hammett; p.18. Department of education; p.20. Adult civic education-a safeguard for an enduring American democracy/ by Dr. John W. Studebaker; p.20. The meaning of co

Image of MAG 1937.10 - Magazine Collection

MAG 1937.10 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, October 1937 Contents: Eward Hopper: Cape Cod Afternoon; p.cover. When East met West in a Pan-Pacific conference in Canada/ by Elizabeth Bailey Price; p.7. Mrs. Poole is wed; p.7. Tomorrow-what?/ by Grace Morrison Poole; p.8. The 1937 friendship tour/ by Mrs. Herbert F. French; p.9. The Junior Red Cross in the Ohio-Mississippi disaster/ Thomas W. Gosling; p.10. Club women operate home for court wards/ Helen D. Gansert; p.11. What the women citizen can do to improve government in North Carolina/ by Mrs. T.H. Barker; p.12. Junior club women; p.13. We are for peace; p.13. North, East, West, South; p.14. Department of education; p.16. Committee on S

MAG 1938.01 - Magazine Collection

General Federation Clubwoman, January 1938 Contents: A. Phimister Proctor: the pioneer mother; p.cover. The President's message/ by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson; p.6. The board of directors meets; p.7. The three eternal temptations/ Dorothy Thompson; p.8. Missouri invites you/ by Mrs. David S. Long; p.10. Canidates for office in the general federation; p.12. Committee on federation extension; p.17. Highway safety program for states; p.18. North, East, West, South; p.20. Junior Club women; p.22. Department of education; p.24. Character education-the greatest need of our time/ by J.M. Artman; p.24. Character eduation-human relationships/ by Supt. J.O. Christianson; p.25. Depa