Title: Correspondence: 1915 November
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Title: Correspondence: 1915 November
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Publication Date: 1915 November
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Subject: Jennings, May Mann, 1872-1963
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Abstract: Correspondence and miscellaneous materials of May Mann Jennings, a political and environmental activist.
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To Our Co-Workers:-: .

you ,h:-.e,been so gc d'i to help in the '.,orl; of our petition for a.r
embargo on all "the li'-, which kill" ,- :f.:r vhi-:h ,.J, ai'c deeply,
grateful. 'Ve th?.nk you..
We have been wonderfully successful, un: Lour petition will :be pre-,.
sented as soon as possible after C.ongress '. ets in L'JcLbber. This
leaves about one month for our work to prov.e to Congri-c' an.l President
7ilson that our people feel as he did, v.'he. n he -said, that "an e i-
bargo on arms follows the best practice.of nations in the limatcr of
neutrality".
Will you make one more effort for the cause .
Do you know men and women in any part off ur country .whom '.
you have not yet reached? If so, please try; now. With olne more good,
hard pull, all together we :aust succei, you will share th3, joy of
having done your utmost in this greatest effort of the day for
humanity.
Every day thousands of men of many nations are being killed
by our munitions. Already millions of widows and children suffer
untold misery, and we are responsible for our part in the crime an..
will surely have to pay the penalty.',
We are at peace with the world' .- yet we are supplying not
m-rely the normal output of our munitions-factories, but many hun-
dreds of peaceful industries are being turned into factories for
murder, not in defense of hcme and country, but for the greed of a
few. With war conditions removed and our guilt ended, our own people
(several millions of whom, we are told are out of work) may again work
in the interest of human prcress anl enj.y good wages and honest work,
where now the money, saturated with the blood of our fellowmen, is not
only fast removing the proof of Christian civilizations throughout
the world, but threatens to drag us into the.conflict.
Stand as true men and women'to clear our national conscience of
bloodguiltiness! Help us quickly, to give to every man and woman as
far as possible an opportunity to sign.
Could you have house-to-house canvassing done? ,
Please ask your friends, neighbors and associates in church,
business, clubs and other organizations to help you.
Be sure to give a petition-blank to every person, wiho will
promise to secure signatures.

RETURN PETTITION-SEETS PROMPTLY, AS FILLED, AND SEND THE
LAST FILLED ATTD PARTLY FILLED IN TIME TO REACH US BY DECEMBER 4TH
TO ADDRESS BELOW,SO THEY LMAY BE PRESENTED E.N MASSE.

Let nothing discourage you.
We have greater 2ause to hope for success than ever before,
since many .Congr;3lessjn and Senators stand with us and, the masses of
our people plead for an embargo to stop our part in the greatest
crime in the w:rld's history. Write or wire for as many petition-
blanks as you may neel. We will send them free of all cost to you.
You will do your best to help us quickly, won't you? .Please do.
SGratefully and very truly yours,

ORGANIZATION .0 AM;ERICAN WOMEN FOR STRICT NEUTRALITY,

Cor. Rola.i Ave. & Elmhlrst Road, (Miss) N. L. Miller,
Roland Park, Baltimore, Mld.
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Organization of American Women for Strict Neutrality
BALTIMORE. MARYLAND

To the President and the Congress of the United States:-
We the undersigned, Citizens of the United States. Men and Women, unite in earnest
protest-for humanitarian reasons-against the exportation from this country of "the things which kill"
for the use of nations engaged in the present conflict. While this sale of arms may be legal, it is morally wrong,
and an embargo on arms is certainly legal and morally right. We base our protest on International Law and
precedent, as follows: Woolsey International Law: "If the neutral instead of wheat, should send powder or balls,
cannon or rifles, this would be a direct encouragement of the war, and so a departure from the neutral position."
"President Taft in 1912 issued a proclamation forbidding the export of arms and munitions to Mexico."
"In 1913 President Wilson continuing the policy of President Taft, said that an embargo on arms "follows
the best practice of nations in the matter of neutrality."
"On April 23rd, 1898, after the Spanish.American War had begun, the British
Government Placed an embargo on munitions of war. The British Government also has
a law on its statute books, conferring discretionary power on the King of England to forbid the export of arms
and ammunition."
"Germany did not permit her citizens to sell arms or munitions of war to Spain
during our war with that nation.'
Beside all this, we have President Wilson's own declaration of Neutrality: "We must be neutral in
fact as well as in name, and we must put a curb on every transaction, which might
give a preference to one party in the struggle over another."
Your Signature Will help stop this war.

NAME STREET CITY STATE

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Vice President Second Section:
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Vice President Third Section:
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Vice President Fourth Section:
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Secretary to General Federation
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MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg
Public Health:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jacksonville


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MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. J. 0. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
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State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.:
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State Editor Times-Union:
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Dear/Mrs. Jennings:-

Arrived home safely and am "on the job". Have sent

out all the letters we decided on sending out and am still after

some more leaflets. Went out, this morning to solicit funds for

the D. S. Department, in our school and had good .luck; will soon

have that off of my hands, but it takes time.

I found a letter from Dr. Cox, awaiting me, saying he could

not accept my invitation and asked pardon for not answering sooner

but waited to see if there was any possible chance for him to acce

Down further in the mail, I found a telegram, saying not to consider

letter of earlier date, he would come, so I think he must have

gotten alarmed when he received the wire from the President of the

United States. I am writing him, today, regarding expenses, etc.

What do you think of the leaflet from Lake County, as a

standard for schools? Do you think the County Superintendent woul

send me about one hundred? or would it do to ask for them?

Have you any suggestions to make in regard to recommendations for

report? Would appreciate any suggestions.

Did Mrs. Corbett succeed in publishing the leaflet on Poli-

tical Science? I wrote her about it long ago, as I had inquiries

regarding programs.

I did, so much, enjoy my visits with you and with Mr. Jenning

You must certainly come down our way, this winter.

With much love and best wishes, I am

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Vice President at Large:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President First Section:
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section:
MRS. GEORGE GAY, Palatka


PRESIDENT
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Secretary to General Federation
MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala


Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Recording Secretary:
MRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
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Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg
Public Health:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jackspnville


State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business I
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. J. B. GRAVES, Jacksonville
State Editor Reporter-Star:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando


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CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. J. O. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
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MRS. J. B. McDONALD, Stuart
Good Roads:
MRS. 0. BROWNELL, Live Oak
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MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft. Lauderdale
Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove


State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Morning Journal:
MRS. GUILLERMO CUERVO, Key West
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


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MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President First Section:
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, W.nter Haven
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. KAY, Tallahassee'
Vice President Fourth Section.
MRS. GEORGE GAY, Palatka


PRESIDENT
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Secretary to General Federation
MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala


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MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Recording Secretary:
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Corresponding Secretary:
S MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM. Jrcksoniille
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
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CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS


Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs
Civil Service Reform-
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg
Public Health:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jacksonville

MRS. R. A. ELLIS, Chairman, Tampa
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Businea
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. J. B. GRAVES, Jacksonville


Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville
.Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
i Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. J. 0. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
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Waterways:
MRS. J. B. McDONALD. Stuart
Good Roads:
MRS. O. BROWNELL, Li.e Oakc
Seminole Indians
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN. Fl. Lauderdale
Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY. San Matco
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Coxoanut Groie

State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. KATE ADELE APLINGTON, Miami
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


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Vice President First Section:
DR. MARY B JEWETT, Winter Haven
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section
MRS. GEORGE GAY, Palatka


Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST,
Civics:
MRS. E N. HOLT, Gre
Civil Service Reform.
MRS. F. E. BUCK, Sou
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WR
Music:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Le
Public Health:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL


PRESIDENT
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Secretary to General Federation
MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala


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CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Home Economics:
New Smyrna MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami.
Legislation:
.en Cove Springs MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
th Jacksonville MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
EIGHT, Lakeland MRS. GASTON H EDWARDS. Orlando
Bird Protection:
esburg MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
STEVENS, Jacksonville MRS. J. O. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
PRESS
MRS. R. A ELLIS, Chairman, Tampa


State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. J. B. GRAVES, Jacksonville
State Editor Reporter-Star:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando


Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. EDGAR LEWIS. Eldred
Recording Secretary: I
MRS. JOHN W. DICI NS, Sanford
Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. HARRY B. INIUlM* Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS. Crescent Cit3


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MRS. J. B. McDONALD, Stuart
Good Roads: 4
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Seminole Indians
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft. Lauderdale
Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove


State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. KATE ADELE APLINGTON, Miami
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


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Vice President Second Section:
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Vice President Third Section:
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Vice President Fourth Section.
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PRESIDENT
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Secretary to General Federation
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M1 ISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
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MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs
Civil Service Reform.
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg
Public Health:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jacksonville


State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Ret
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. J. B. GRAVES, Jacksonville
State Editor Reporter-Star:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando


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MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville
Induitr;al and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
M RS J. O. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
PRESS
MRS. R. A. ELLIS, Chairman, Tampa


Waterways:
MRS. J. B. McDONALD, Stuart
Good Roads:
MRS. O. BROWNELL, Live Oak
Seminole Indians
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft. Lauderdale
Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove


State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. KATE ADELE APLINGTON, Miami
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
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Te enclo-~I?1 copy of la'w I ill serve to inform yc' of the ,-rant-
inr of RoCya PalI State P'.rk, -.ich has her :tVfore boen lkno'n aie' r-
adis e Key or "Royal P T-." Tc-. c,:" to t he Florida, F ederation of omen's
Slub;s by the last legi naturee. The l-isil-ture becar.m so itsoressed.
'ith the value Cof the '"'C' acres iv for lo Is. tate .ark tA thOey
cut out the one -'1 sand dollar 1: -opriation :i '. c this bil carried
*--' -'i I .Uhe to :--,u a'bo--t
:r;. 71 -.- r, ha, dcnsted a li areae of land s an endic:':I-rt,
'ut i- rill "i core ti. a before this land iis .Fai3 *. Ie, an. thes Feder-
dticn has fo '. it neoe.as r-' to cal. on those particularly intersr t,-d
in c.. vati-on rork to asit them in I. lsine funds for tie -.:
an2 beautifyin. of the ;.rk. A :' .. .-.taker for this i-;ark would cost us
,.i,,O.OO0 a y2-..r, .- thii culd not ive us -ny money outside for the
-.'ok, ..a-tho p,1 the party :: have in view has agre:' to do all the work
o...eible himself. His wifa wculJ also hel.p in bird preservation,
serve lunches in the.. .rk, and -rcvide -vei a night's lodgini-, for sd-
entists iho mi&ht '.xa t to make re roh.
It ia our hope to build, as soon.ao 7e succeed in r-.iain,,
::s3 .aco -ary if .i-;, a house to t e o:.rc of the o. ret. -.r :.i. is
wh'fe which h woul cost not less than A^32.00 0, this 1 or! to contain sev-
eral aad.&i ion:-. rooms for scientists who would wish to re-;:Ain for sev-
rer diyz' gork, .id .:~l-.o visitin- member. fro the F d:i r-G.cen, the

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C- LOo thr .1i th -rI: t: -.- l :is "o: l' tt,!2 is c-t c,.'.led
Ingr~ h-.r. TTi !,ay, aL th- requpat c.7 te Fedrc:lticn. Thi:, 1- i Ccr.-
pj.i;-.nt td i., J. T. Inr.raham on a'scou-lUt of hi'-3 cplendi. s-..-vice to
Stie Fc..:r:.ti~ in. r:,ki i-; poc oible Ifc, ther:: to cure ith: enlowm nt
with tile paar*%"


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-;,ini of your 2eep interest in the de",co:,. nt of Florida
has given me cola i o to write to you in behalf of the fund for main-
t e .! *'*.' ,
It ia our ho; 6 to establish an rncm. n*: nt fu .., bu't -we rillb be
v rjy ;lai indeed to have anrualJ oo;striu;.tioni toowards the u--',Th.'p of
the :-r'k. 7e have had several very liberal do:..";ions. The county
co)'r.i ..loner~s e7e vr 0ery Iu!h in fav;or of. noting a allowance for the
park ni:ite't~,,c, but fou -dthat. their buC.- et was so full they wc.'er not
abl to cdo so thi ;a -Xr, but that rn'.-t -?.r they -eotld 'e 1-able to rake
...F. vision for l.i..3, an,. it ig our ?--r:,o; that when the leii.:'. .V. r.:Zet
two years :-,-..:e 'that L:.dy ril.l make us a regular %allowance for thVi

f"e feel 'u:..- that tvhe park can bo rade one c f the 'ceauty o.ta
of ulcrica witt- proper treat, ca'it,
I ipop that ;c ill be tc ffoisintly intertei i-n ths enoloeed
inficraticn to h1elp us in this -.or:k.
*'ith .bet cf c ecd ;wishes,

Ve ry i ,c-.. ly,


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Dfficers
President, Mrs. D. O. Kinsman
Whitewater
First Vice President, Mrs. J. A. Aylward
Madison
Second Vice President, Mrs. W. R. Finch
La Crosse
Recording Secretary, Mrs. J. M. Porter
842 25th Ave., Milwaukee
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. A. W. Shelton
Rhinelander
Treasurer, Mrs. H. R. Roberts
Wanpaea
Auditor, Mrs. H. M. Knowlton
Waterloo
General Federation Sec., Mrs. J. A. Strathearn
South Kaukauna


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District Vice IPresilents
FIRST, Mrs. E. F. Woods, Janesville
SSECOND, Mrs. W Ramsey, Port Washington
1I frPe eratOn THIRD, Mrs. W. M. Waters, Richland Center
f FOURTH, Mrs. F. F. Cobabe, Wauwatosa
Of 281 Greenfield Ave.
fn' (Iltubl SIXTH, Mrs. W. D. Brooks, Green Lake
n' C OU SEVENTH, Mrs. F. E. Davis, La Crosse
1102 State St.
9144916 EIGHTH, Mrs. D. J. Leahy, Stevens Point
NINTH, Mrs. E. A. Morse, Antigo
TENTH, Mrs. Chas. Barker, Chippewa Falls
ELEVENTH, Mrs. Geo. A. Sparling, Ashland


OFFICE OF President .W. F. W. C.


Whitewater,


,, Nov. 2,


Mrs. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Florida.

My dear Mrs. Jennings:

Your letter of November 1, telling us of

the nomination of Mrs. Young for director of the

General Federation, is received.

I shall take pleasure in presenting this

letter to the Wisconsin delegation to the Biennial.

Looking forward to meeting you at that

time, I am

Very sincerely yours,




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kr.o. r:.* Hooker,
Seo'7 to G. F .,
Ooala, Fla.
IMy cld. r '.:- ooker:--

":. Lloyd has rit-ist me thlat -. i.ll accept the edcit-
o. fii of -" ,,v. and :.?t out the first is vt on r-^.. ,ur.'y, at whichh
I ar very iucoh V. ...i'. tedc, '.:r ha.v C to thank yo, for your :.,,ot- offices
in sccuring this, for ux .

Mrs. e ns. Reilley, "r. Sco'y of th, G. C . C., '
her on a visit to lrs, *, E. Young and 1ili1 be the .nust 0i the Fed-
eration for the convention. I k o- you -3ill be lad1 of ii.

I a an..i y ;-ar'~ u.Tr.-;t to the .-P this ee. The
invitations have all been issued, -a ycu will see by ; ..j, ad t
p'IG:Ln.v, I ho.' to have by the first of next --,-k, everything; is
,rovi.._, smoothly but I ae surely a bu-sy -oc.' c~n.

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MRS. ALBERT H. HILDRETH, PRESIDENT
752 Comstock Avenue, Syracuse
MRS. WILLIAM TOD HELMUTH, HONORARY PRESIDENT
302 Central Park West, New York City
MISS FLORENCE GUERNSEY, FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. ROBERT D. FORD, RECORDING SECRETARY
255 West 108th Street. New York City Canton
MRS. HAMILTON ORMSBEE, SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. MERWIN W. LAY, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
435 Macon Street, Brooklyn 103 Walnut Avenue, Syracuse
MRS. JOHN W. FORD, THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. GEORGE NEWELL HALL, TREASURER
Waterford 294 Chenango Street, Binghamton
MRS. J. T. D. BLACKBURN; GENERAL FEDERATION SECRETARY
304 Washington Avenue, Albany
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
TIE OFFICERS AND
MRS. WALTER S. COMLY, PORT CHESTER MRS. JOHN,FRANCIS YAWGER, NEW YORK
MRS. JOSEPH McQUIDE, TROY MRS. FRANK P. WHITING, BROOKLYN
MRS. HATTIE L. COLBURN, SCHENECTADY MRS. HOWARD GILLESPY, SAUGERTIES
MRS. GEORGE FREDERICK RALPH, UTICA MRS. FRED H. BULLARD, GLENS FALLS

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Mrs. 'WL S. Jennings,

Jacosonville, Florida.






rector received ee sterday. I feel that _lorida shoi-ld have

some recognition, :.nde es-l.e cial since -1rs'. Young 'blon to

T'orida. You. ar to be co.g ::.'.tIlated beil,; able o. resent

..rs. Young's nam-e to the co nz of thZe countc y as your candidate

for Director.

TI :~e't-.rs. Young lat surz-er on 'he -lacific Coast, anc I

realize thit she is c. capable and bole v:onan and can well per-

for- her di.tios a s a representative of othis great ody of vouen.

I shall be glad. to sa-y a good word for :12r. Young Wi' never e and

-.herever possible arnc asle you to renemner me to her.

Very sincerely a nd corcdially yours ,




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I a. deliiht.-. ith t'-. art p-rogram .-l have ant se to
the r..:. It as o-rtxinly go-.: of y.t o ..:'. it to re. I sent
one to ths Timsa-Union, one to Frs. "'rthin^mton, T r., one to
the Ooala Banner. ^111 y,..u .-:ase m;ke another copy for -he iTi,- i
-. cr a nnd i to ,las J.arrett in ;.' name for jthis eeksl ,,. r.
I :.l '.7\:nk you so ruch to do this for me. It ;.a good of y;u to
;_.>:c; th, copies and ;.-A,'-: them and I vish I oculd have ha& wore.
se have seven :., a.no -ith ti.: :..'ition of the T'iami et--opolis.

"ith warmest regards and best rwihlles,


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Jalck:c:solvill, Fla., "c.verier adri, 1915.


Is. R. El:.i, Praess Chairman,
F. r. ~.C.Box 447, T:-., A., Fla.

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h-. Ocala T:-,-r has gi- : us a :..: e, tha first ia'uS of
whichh -11 cone out i n 'ur-.:' s .~'ition. LMr. C. .. L10o. is to
be tIbe editor of the ..:"e -,.1, if you have ,, copy, i. ; c:n it
to hzr '-c.. :.. this page to your -.or.t. .in.ly ak IMr. Llo'c to
1r:.e -ro a r-rt of the values of t a .iv-, o F :~,
Mi" . "h'. to o
iso -;il you -3 .-.- ` rite her a little note an.d -e one her to ou
staff of editors 2. alac -rite -. 7. ...: oHar .i, editor an (
of the th hi for th-. thnk.n him for th Mrs. Lloyd i~ hi dauter.

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J.': :onville, i. ., To'.- r "., 1915.

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Editor F. F. ". C.,age,
Ooala, Fla.
:l dear Irs. LIcyd:--

I s, sc :.,., 11. ?t you have accepted thS editor~hi of '.?'Fe.d-
erati.on page :". ......n:...i.., you quite a batch of copy. Y"ou can, of
3oolrae, usa the h c.uncfl.:.2nt -.rn ur-.i': -uff thia .: .. and B;ave th *at
:' find: "ViJl save for your .*';t W'-eekts '.p:r, as I 4.i be ... .tuly
r"h-3 d "ith ;worTk next Veek .-T will not; have ti to sen yol as uch
or'-y as I bo-" to furnish you after t" Fede,,ration meet adjourns..
Of course after the convention is over we will have our ri orts from
the cliff .-rt "., ;:.'. ..,. .--nt- to publish fro:., tir-ie to tine, and for noe-
v -k I ,ill end you the. -prc,- -..

Z rI kno:r -". Fock'r -ill bho 'eli-:ht.-i. that you have ao-.'.--.d
the .j.to-l3ip, a 1 ;:. a so .n-.;ius for you. o have it, and I wish
, ycu would *''h .:. her thent the -r. t iS on the ''-, and you are to get
out Your .fi it :.3 on Sa,:ur-. r Plase o. :.rve tie 1 :-..i of the
S Times--U:nicn and also see that ycur name rcs.. on a, editor of 1the :.,.,
S also ry name uand adrs ad t ress and eth- corres'li~ .I *ot 's a'ne flnd
address. I will send you a r..,e under 3se-.ratEo covE;r.

At any tie that 7:u "iah to consult ne about an-'"-hn.:, pl:..,.
ri, not :ijtate to ca11. on me.

Mrs. -R. A. Ellis, P. 0. Box 447, Tal p., Fla., iS the presa chair-
S m n, .r she -i.l. 1'. you other 'o-y.r

7ith warret~t rr- "_ds and ,o-t 'wisthes,
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Your: lt10. t ar j''st reivced, .:13i I a': so deli hted, that you
arc planrnin;^ to o" in DeL.nKL. I heo:: .e are t hAve one of the beat
y ra in ouir health lo ;:.nt s .v ever had.

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iho-s I 1:ill -?t i.t f fore the F deraticn "Yer- Boo cCa to print.
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to ro on yo--: oc i .t.:. for next year's -:o-:, but if she is -ci to
be siok and not recover for somietiroe, I f-.-' she will not be ..i;-. to
take up 7 -:r fc.:- ,:o- Ik in this 1.i anm you ay toe deprive.' of her
as3 .: ...e :.

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.3.00 with bath. r-. r..t d&c( hotel, The Lr :-inton, 1is : c veery .
ooc, at .'.00 -Cr clay.

I .r: so relieved t'mat you can tale up the vo'k .-t once and :
t':::' you have -1rritten to Dr. Frink abo, th.e seals. i"-rill' do every--
thing pcC::,ible to -.:i3t you. You -.Ti1 ,t be reqrireJ to ma:e 1 ny
rcz..c.'t C, thi me. tinr,, ae e .hope Dr.' Stevens can-1 furniih her.,r .rt
for tl,: Year-Book latir on. I .will talk* mav' te's over wit h you thor-
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their clubs.

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Tuesday, as there will p'ra many tin;fl for re to ....just before th., con-


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SMRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice Preidernt First Section:
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A...KAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section
MRS. GEORGE GAY, Palatka


PRESIDENT
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Secretary to General Federation
SMRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala


Vice President-Fifth Section:
MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Recording Secretary:
MRS. JOHN W. DICKENS, Sanford
Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent Cits


3loriba rieberaftion f tomen'0s Qlubs
CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS


Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music. 4
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg
Public Health:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jacksonville


Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jakksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
nHtS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conser at ion:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. J. O. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
PRESS


MRS. R. A. ELLIS, Chairman, Tampa
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville 7/ '
State Editor Tiromi-linon:
MRS. J. H. GR \VES. Jac ville

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Seminole Indians
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft. Lauderdale
Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
LibraAran:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove

State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. KATE ADELE APLINGTON, Miami
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


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Vice President at Large:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President First. Section:
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. KAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section.
MRS. GEORGE GAY, Palatka


PRESIDENT
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Secretary to General Federation
MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala


Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Recording Secretary:
MRS. JOHN W. DICKENS, Sanford
Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent Cit3


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Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg
Public Health:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jacksonville


CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. J. O. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
PRESS


MRS. R. A. ELLIS, Chairman, Tampa
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. J. B. GRAVES, Jacksonville


Waterways:
MRS. J. B. McDONALD, Stuart
Good Roads:
MRS. O. BROWNELL, Live Oak
Seminole Indians
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Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove

State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. KATE ADELE APLINGTON, Miami
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


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SECRETARY
TALLAHASSEE



ANovember 4th, 1915.



Mrs. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, la,.

Dear Mrs. Jennings:


I am in receipt of your letter of the 28th ultimo,

in regard to the matter of appointing some other lady

in Mrs. Young's place upon the Commission to investigate

the desirability of a mother's pension law, and in which

you also suggest the advisability of placing Mrs. W. B.

Young upon the Epileptic Commission. Replying, I will

say that I shall be pleased to look into this matter to

see what can be done along the lines you suggest.

With kindest regards,

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Vice President at Large: Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Vice President First Section: PRESIDENT Recording Secretary:
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville MRS. JOHN W. DICKENS, Sanford
Vice President Second Section: Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey Secretary to General Federation MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Vice President Third Section: MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala Treasurer:
MRS. CHARLES A. KAY, Tallahassee MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Vice President Fourth Section- Auditor:
MRS. GEORGE GAY, Palatka MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent Cit3

Nloritba rigetration of 1omenmn' ilubt
CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS .-- --- -,
Art: Home Economics: Waterways:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami MRS. J. B. McDONALD, Stuart
Civics: Legislation: Good Roads:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville MRS. O. BROWNELL, Live Oak
Civil Service Reform- Industrial and Social Conditions: Seminole Indians
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft. Lauderdale
Education: Conservation: Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
Music: Bird Protection: Librarian:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Public Health: Forestry: Bureau of Information and Historian:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jacksonville MRS. J. O. WRIGHT, Jacksonville MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
PRESS
State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. R. A. ELLIS, Chairman, Tampa MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.: State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville MRS. KATE ADELE APLINGTON, Miami
State Editor Times-Union: State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. J. B. GRAVES, Jacksonville MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola









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STATE OF FLORIDA
J .C.COMPTON,
CHIEF CLERK
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

TALLAHASSEE NOV. 5, 1915.
W.N.SHEATS,
SUPERINTENDENT



Mrs. 1W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Fla.

Dear :Irs. Jennings:-

I have received your invitation to be at your Annual

Meeting at DeLand Nov. 16th-19th. I thank you very much and would be

most delighted to be able to attend, but I doubt whether I can

do so as I have an engagement to make a school rally in Suwannee

county during that week.

With best wishes, I am

WNS/PEC Very truly yours,


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Vice President at Large:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President First Section:
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. KAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section-
MRS. GEORGE GAY, Palatka


PRESIDENT
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Secretary to General Federation
MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala


Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Recording Secretary:
MRS. JOHN W. DICKENS, Sanford
Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent Cite


3fLmria eberation of nWomen' (Iluba
CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS


Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs
Civil Service Reform.
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg
Public Health:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jacksonville

MRS. R. A. ELLIS, Chairman, Tampa
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. J. B. GRAVES, Jacksonville


My Dear Mrs. Jenning


Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. J. O. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
PRESS


Waterways:
MRS. J. B. McDONALD, Stuart
Good Roads:
MRS. O. BROWNELL, Live Oak
Seminole Indians
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft. Lauderdale
Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove

State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. KATE ADELE APLINGTON, Miami
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


Tampa,Box 447,Nov. 5,'15.


Yours just to hand,-regarding the Ocala

Banner page,and I do most heartily congratulate:you,for it means a
triumph. I shall get letters into this mail,welcoming Mrs. Lloyd into

our circlethanking Mr. Harris,etc. Also will send Mrs. Lloyd all
copy on hand,which is not so abundant as sometimes,yet will fill
space worthily until more comes in.


Miss Jackson,no doubt is writing

you today regarding what she:calls the "outrageous procedure" of the:
Tampa Woman's Club at yesterday's meeting -first of season. Well,
we:(a score of us whom the others call radicals,but who call our-
selves progressives !) worked hard to send up an invitation to the:
State Fed. convention for next year,also to send our delegates "in-
structed". But the older element (conservatives,stand-patters?
defeated both points.
But it is my club,you know,-and "with all its

faults I.love it still" I know full well that theo lub only needs
a little patient handling,-to work up the:true federation spirit in
force. The process must needs be a little.slow with these Arictly
cultural clubs. Have seen it in Ga.,Tenn.,even New York.Impatience,
irritation,denunciation,retaad the benevolent processes.
There are mtny reasons that looked con-

vincing to theirank and file standing between the:two pronounced

elements. No club house,the:hope of one by another Fed. meet, prior
claims upon our treasury,etc.Also,they have become imbued with

the idea of immense expenses attached to entertaining the:Annual,
convention,the:standard to which Tampa must measure up,(or exceed !)a
and other arguments. We:were not expecting this opposition,hence:






Vice President at Large:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President First Section:
DR. MARY B. JEWETT, Winter Haven
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. KAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section:
MRS. GEORGE GAY, Palatka


PRESIDENT
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
Secretary to General Federation
MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala


Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Recording Secretary:
MRS. JOHN W. DICKENS, Sanford
Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent Cits


3loriha A Aeiration of Women's Alubs
CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS


Art: Home Economics:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami
Civics: Legislation:
MRS. E. N. HOLT, Green Cove Springs MRS. JOHN W. McGRIFF, Jacksonville
Civil Service Reform- Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. F. E. BUCK, South Jacksonville MRS. J. N. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Education: Conservation:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Music: Bird Protection:
MRS. E. H. MOTE, Leesburg MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Public Health: Forestry:
DR. ELLEN LOWELL STEVENS, Jacksonville MRS. J. O. WRIGHT, Jacksonville
PRESS
MRS. R. A. ELLIS, Chairman, Tampa
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. J. B. GRAVES, Jacksonville -2
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Waterways:
MRS. J. B. McDONALD, Stuart
Good Roads:
MRS. 0. BROWNELL, Live Oak
Seminole Indians
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft. Lauderdale
Literature and Literary Extension:
MRS. JOSEPH BEATTY, DeLand
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove

State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa
State Editor Miami Herald:
MRS. KATE ADELE APLINGTON, Miami
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


had not canvassed our voting strength and re-enforced sufficiently,
before the:question was put to house,and we:lost by small margin.
All this is confidential and personal,hence:
I speak quite frankly,not with official reticence;as usual between us,
Miss Jackson became unduly indignant at at argument from other side;
and,without duly weighing t,he:matter,I believe, took the floor and
announced in peppery way that the:Tampa YWI Civic Association would
entertain the Federation next year alone:if this club did not desire

to help Most undiplomatio,and cost us votes,I am convinced,as the;
question was immediately called for.The two clubs have not been sis-
terly.
For my own part,I should dislike to see the Civic Association

attempt alone to entertain The:Federation convention.,-being convince;
that it would be bad for the Civic,and not good for the:Federation
cause in any sense. Unless the Tampa Woman's Club can reconsider
this decision(and I have:no hopi;of it in te-brief time) I should
really prefer to see F.F.W.C. accept some other invitation of their
many for 1916,and come:to Tampa the following year,-to be.entertained,
as I believe. thoroughly they would be,by a completely united club
sisterhood,giving freely and gaining immensely from direct contact
with federation spirit at best and highest,
I write hastily,as a score.of matters press upon me.hBut
you gather my meaning ? The:matter is entire nous.
As to the matter of failure to send in-
structed delegates,-I am sure the Club meant nothing by this except
crudeness in federation procedure,owing to newness as member of the:
splendid big body. I was unavoidably absent from hall when
this point was passed,but scores spoke to me individually afterward,
all endorsing you anf your whole:official Board and work most

heartily.Also they calIed my attention fact that those rep. the club
at DeLand are:all five:hearty edoreyand a s of you and Fed.
aorRld s andai yof yu and ed.

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NEW MEXICO FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS


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1st Vice-President,
Mrs. J. R. Kinyon, Silver City
General Federation Secretary,
Mrs. G. W. Frenger, Las Cruces
Treasurer, Mrs. Ada Bittner, Albuquerque

cIVIOS
Chairman, Mrs. N. B. Laughlin, Santa Fe
Directors, Mrs. J. J. Shuler, Raton
Mrs. 0. F. Joyce, Roswell
MUSIc AND ART
Chairman, Mrs. F. S. Hinds, Tucumcari
Directors, Mrs. A. N. Ladd, State College
Mrs. D. J. Finegan, Tacumcarl
LEGISLATION
Chairman, Mrs. W. E. Lindsey, Portales
Directors, Mrs. S. 0. Nutter, Clovis
Mrs. A. A. Kellam, Albuquerque


President, Mrs. Rupert F. Asplund, Santa Fe
2nd Vice-President,
Mrs. S. U. Nutter, Clovis
Recording Secretary,
Mrs. W. J. Lank, San Marcial
Auditor, Mrs. Jefferson Raynolds, E. Las Vegas
DEPARTMENTS
EDUCATION
Chairman, Mrs. T. G. Rodgers, E. Las Vegas
Directors, Mrs. S. F. Culberson, Portales
Mrs. H. K. Angle, Siver City
PUBLIC HEALTH
Chairman, Dr. Dora Wiederanders, Estancia
Directors, Mrs. B. Atkeson, Artesia
Mrs. J. G. Moir, Deming
HOME ECONOMICS
Chairman, Mrs. T. B. White, Silver City
Directors, Mrs. F. E. Nixon, Portales
Mrs. C. H. Stearns, Santa Rosa


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Mrs. Henry Stoes, Las Cruces
Correiponllng Secretary.
Mrs. F. W. Parker, Santa Fe
Parliamentarian, Mrs. George Bisby, P.nos Altos

LITERATURE, LIBRARY AND REOrP0ROOir
Chairman, Mrs. A. B. Stroup. Albuquerque
Directors, Mrs. R. J. Palen. Santa Fe
Mrs. G. W. Young, Tularosa
STANDING COMMITTEES
HISTORY
Chairman, Miss Alice Atkinson, Santa Fe
OONSEIVATION
Chairman, Mrs. W. J. Wilkinson, Roswell
CLUB EXTENSION
Chairman, Mrs. Henry Stoes, Las Oruces


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COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WORK
IN
AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS.
STATE OF FLORIDA.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. DIVISION EXTENSION DIVISION,
OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.
AND UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT
OF AGRICULTURE. COOPERATING.

Tallahassee, Florida,
November 8, 1915.



S Mrs. W. S. Jennings,
Jacksonville, Florida.

I)My Dear :.Irs. Jenningx:

As I feared, my County Agent
in DeLand, does not know with what reverence and
respect I hold the State Federation of Womans Clubs.
Since I am afraid that that County, which is not
well organized, would not make a good showing, I
have arranged to have LTiss Myrtie Warren, our new
State Worker who gives a beautiful demonstration,
to be in DeLand and give a demonstration at your
noon hour. So you can put that on the program,
if you care to. If not, just announce it that day,
like it was done last year.

I am afraid the Exhibit will not be very
good, but hope to have 100 glasses of fig pre-
serves dowi there, which can be sold for 10' a jar.
I think maybe, some of them would be interested in
buying them as samples and they would male a little
display themselves.

I hope your program has moved along splen-
didly. I wish it was so I could be with you every
day, because I know what an inspiration it is. I
visited Lake City the other day and met the Club,
and planned out eight lessons for them. I will
have the letter and group of lessons ready for
distribution at the federation. I am constantly
on the road from now until then.
Yours truly,



ASSISTANT STATfE AGENT IN CHARGE
HOi~ DEMONSTRATION WORK


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