Title: Correspondence: 1916 January
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Title: Correspondence: 1916 January
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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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V.'HAT ER'O K:SVILLE A 1D HP.T. TDO COTT' Y CATT BE

IF.T:A R PEOPLE '".'.ILL".

t(y ir.Lu W. 8, Jennings, Presidient Florida)
Federation of coin en's Clubs. )


A look into the future-at, the possibilities and opportuni-

ties a picture of dreams, dreaded over and over again and plans

and hopes, "at last come true"?
A Tribute.

Brooksville, the hill -ity of South Flori,.a, the iighsat

point above the sea level in the 4"2te, except Mount Pleasant near

the Georgia line, with scenery that reminds one of ".31 Virginia".

It is aicteen miles from Eay Port on the :ulf Coast, Pith a balmy-,

ness of atmosphere not surpassee- elsewhere in Florida. In "summer

fanned by the breezes from both the Atlantic Ocean anrdi the -ulf -

Brookevilll, came straight .frorn the hands of the MLal'er a mst ideal

spot for an inland 2ity. Tn spzin7 the sweet heavy scented bloo-ii

laden orange groves ..ith fruit turnin- to gold in, the autumn. The

yellow jassimine. vine cla.d woods with rniriads of wild flowers

pro.igal in the lavishness of their blocm The gigantic moss

festooned oak, the stately magnolia, the dogwood and plum blossoms,

and numerous cabbage palmettoes and luxuriant semii-tropisal growth,

all bear testimony to the rich clay hills the natural home of the

rose and the flower garden, Towhere in the State has nature been

more lavish with her blessings,

MIy meriiory lingers caressingly over the p ast years spent

in dear old Hernanio even back to my childhood[ before the County

was divided into three, as now. ay people, as I love always to

think of them, have many times honored my farjily with the best they

had to give anL: I return tc visit them with a kn owlede of a perfect

-velcome. 'lo matter where I go, no place, no people crowd out the

place Hernando and her people hold in my esteem.





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The Now.

The progress Brooksville has made in the past few years

is an unbelievable as the advancement and improvement imde in other

parts of the State. The new fifty thousand dollar court house,

thoroughly equipped and furnished in such perfect taste, with one of

the finest court rooms in the State, would do credit to the largest

city in Florida. The bond for remodelling the high school, the

paving, and now, without a halt, comes a splendid bond for highways

and roads in construction, and Hernandost people are keeping pace

with the world and coming into their own at last.

Fifteen years ago when you helped to send us away to

Tallahassee to serve the State and her people, we had neither elec-

tric light plant, telephones, nor ice plant, and only one bank -

where now there are two. From where T stand and watch you grow
I see the change* .ett.r than you do and am made proud by your suc-

cess and rejoice with and congratulate you,


Dreams, Plans and HoIpes

Womants Club,

First, we must have a home for the Woman's Club where this

splendid organization which stands for the highest type of "Literary,

social, scientific and philanthropic attainment',: and for the

improvement, benefit and advancement of womankind in all directions

named and generally to give aid to all worthy objects," This Club

that is a part of the State Federation which has a membership of

100 clubs and 38,000 members In turn it belongs to the General

Federation of Women's Clubs through its affiliation with the State

Federation, The General Federation of Women's Clubs is made up of

the 49 state Federations, 9,000 clubs and has a membership of

2,000,000 (two million) women all pledged to the same creed and

doing the same kind of work in the United States, Canada, Alaska,

Cuba or the Isle of Pines The General Federation of Women's Clubs


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is the biggest organization of its kind in the world, and the

Brooksville Club is a part, hence the necessity of the club house

to properly carry on the work of the departments, with their

,,.any varied activities and atudy classes, such as :-Art, Civics,

Civil Service,Refor9, Fducation, Music, Public Health, Home Econ-

omics, Legislation, IndUstrial and Social Conditions, Conservation,

Bird Protection, Forestry, Waterways, Good Poads, Seminole Indians,

Literature and Taaifcy Extension, Bureau of Information, and Press

Committee,
My fancy pictures large grounds and a spacious club house

with a large auditorium with a stage, large library room, reception

room, a kitchen and wide porches, all to grow to, similar to the

'Mianmi, Sarasota or Green Cove Springs, which include the library,

Many other clubs in the State have beautiful homes. Yes, a concrete

fire-rroof building with tiled roof, splendidly furnished- the

"community house" of Frpoksville, The buillirn- should include a

rest room for rural women shoppers, with every convenience furnish-

ed, as many other clubs provide, This feature of a club bome

brings many of the country woiomen to the club as members. The

motto of every club should be "The greatest good to the greatest

number," This is my i:ea of a club loing its full duty and

attaining the ideal*

S-..... > .Men should co-operate, The aien should have a "County

Club" to co-operate with the women, an anti-knockers club4 To

boost and work, for which spirit California is so noted. This

should be a civic betterment, county beautiful organization, The

mottos for the Men's club should be, always an optimist, never

looking back on things that have gone wrong, that cannot be helped,

butpush forward and onward and success must crown your efforts."

"If we believe things strong enough and back those beliefs with

sufficient energy we must succeed." This is my creed Enthus-

iasm accomplishes many things. The County is small, hence the














closest co-operation should exist between the County an3. town

people, with an eye single to develop each properly and speedily

with well laid plans, not for to-day af for to-morrow, but for all

time to come, the future.

"ith two splendid civic organizations like unto those

described, assiatel.by the men and women of to-morrow the

children, in their Junior Civic League, The Boy Scouts, and namp

Fire Girls -"the dreams, plans and hopes", can not fail of realiza-

tion. -----


Water and `ewerage,

People will not coL.n! to live a.'.ori,~ us now days unless

we have every convenience at hand, and first among these, we ivmui.Jt

count water and sewerage A site should be secure.: for a stand

.pipe or reservoir at once, before values on suitable locations are

raised. Perhaps a site would be donated with the promise by the

Council of a water supply, with a contract to make deed if water

be furnished by a definite time EBrookeville will either have to

drive a well and pump the water to a stand pipe on top of one of

the hills, or lay an eight or ten inch pipe from Weekiwachee Springs

12 miles away, through which could be secured the purest and most

dependable water supply, Naples, Italy, pipes her water supply

from mountains 100 miles away. Grove Park Inn at Tashville, N.C.

has its water supply piped 17 miles from 7ount "itchell. You see

to pipe water for Brookeville's use from T7eekiwaohee ar. laying

pipe through the soft dirt would neither be a very expensive nor

a difficult undertaking.

The Town should own a site at the Ppring at least, with

unlimited water rights, but should really buy and own the Spring.

I am glad to note that the County Commissioners have

secured a reservation of a few acres for park purposes at the Firing;

this was indeed wise 7'ith water is secured a valuable provision






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for beautiful yards and lawns, fire protection which is one of the

greatest needs of the Tc '-n, and last but not least by any means

an up-to-date :e..enrage system. This and water -ains should always

be laid before living is done and laid in such a manner that a whole

street .ill not have to be torn up when repairs are needed, a -'iistake

co.r,;.c.nly due to the sanitary engineers practice of leaving work

for others.

Streets a,-_,i 'i.e-Talks.

Streets and side-walks should be paved as fast as money

can be ..:."e available, but let me ermp2hasize again that water and

sewerage should always be provided first, as a great deal of money

can be savedl where a city's affairs are well planned in adc.- nce

and carefully ianaed.

PoadC and Public "orkls

City prisonerss can be k2pt at work on streets and parks,

as well as convicts on public roads, saving to the people the paying

of heavy taxes for the upkeep of both separately. Frooksville needs

and should have a through trunk line an.t every effort should be put

forth to secure same, and ith the already promised electric road to

Tampa, and the completion of the ,e.3t Coast branch highway to con-

nect up with the Dixie Hi-h.vay, and the finishing of the main line

roads to a-joining County lines and to Bay Port, the transportation

problem for Prookeville will be solved.

A hundred foot right-of-way should be secured by the

County Commissioners now, wherever possible, for the main hiigways;

all other roads not less than sixty feet wide* It is absolutely

necessary for the Coi!r.issioners to control a large right-of-way

for tree planting and preserving natural growth where possible, and

prohibiting the erecting of billboards and pasting of posters to

mar the beauty of the roadways






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Tree Planting.

Orlando, Winter Park, Crr!!iond, Daytona, New Smyrna, DeLr.ln

and Tallahassee, are far famed for their beautiful avenues of live

oak trees, Brooksville has uc.; trees, but reed6i more '"here the

streets are narrow, the Cabbage Palmetto, Wasaingtonia robusta and

filifera palrny can be planted where live oaks are considered : too

large; the cedars and wild olives can be used to good Ladv.arta.e -

some of p-alias of the cocos family such as; C-Coronota and C'-Flumosa

will stand cold. after protection for several winters, some of the

Phoenix paliis are stand-bye, but are better for yar'. planting, as

the lower leaves would have to be kept trimi.eed for five or six

years,' until they have trunk sufficient to put them out of the way,

The best of these are Phoenix Canariensis, P-Leonensis

and P-Sylvestris. Reasoner Brothers, Royal Palm TTHur'ries, O'neco,

Florida, will be glad to -tdviee buyers and make special prices for

city planting, and furnish strong, healthy plants. July and

,"Lust, during the rainy season, is considered the best time for

resetting cabbage palmettoes from the woods, but the last week in

December and first week in January, when the sap is down, is a

splendid season for all trss planting, if they are kert watered.

The width of streets and side-walks, which should always

be very near the same grade, should be decided upon before any trees

are planted.

The Forestry r'epartrient of the Federation is asking that

trees be planted on all highways not closer than 30 feet from the

center of the road to the =~tge. "e.ask that live oaks, wild olives

and cedars be planted. ari that palmettoes be used near towns; that

trees be planted uniformly and varieties be not alternated in plant-

ing, but adopt one kind of tree for one road and one for another,

or at least plant several miles of the one kind of tree,












Yards and C-rcunds~

The Court House square and church yard grounds must be

kept in perfect order and be-beautiful, to be in keeping with the

splendid buildings. Italian rye grass seed sowed on lawns now

will make a beautiful lawn all winter. It can be sowed in with the

other lawn after it has been trim;ined very close. It is also time

now to plant 3seet peas, pinks, poppies, pansies, larkspur, coreop-

sis, daisies, violets, snap dragons, and the many other annuals
.in
snd perennial plants that are put out/:ax a colder climate in the

spring.

The Treatment of a TJrsi.htly Ravine.

The deep ravine which runs north and south from the corner

of.Bell's grove through the town should be deepened in places and

the banks graded and soded, kept mcwed and planted on the edges with

Vashingtonia robusta palms alternated with the single pink oleander,

kept trimmed to tree shape, The bridges should be concrete.. The

ravine should be thoroughly cleane. aT-. waterr turned through it

from the Bell Spring, which would serve a splendid purpose in

beautifying the town.

St. Petersburg has a baauty spot like this which should be

seen before the-treatment of this one at Brooksville is attempted.

There are places in the ravine where is a succession of pools were

constructed forming falls it would make a wonderfully beautiful.

piece of land scape gardening if treatedproperly, and it would not

be expensive either. The City prisoners could keep it in order. The

overflow from the water works, whenestablished, would furnish another

supply of water for this ravine. The street that comes east from

Springhill and should run along the north of the Jennings' block and

along the Coogler fence, should be bought by the City and opened up.

Long stretches of fence without streets are very inconvenient and

gives a to-rn always the appearance of a village over grown and un-

planned.


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Erooksville neads nore attractive depot builiinge and

some planting and beautifying of grounds erenember first impress-

ions are lasting, Green Cove Springs has a beautiful ne'. station

and I notice aran.y others abcut over the Ztate. Has Brooksville

gone about getting one in the proper way? The Civic Departi ent

of the Federation of Vomen's Clubs this year is aclking that clubs

make a special effort to Lave depots beautified, and the a.roach

to the cities improved. In manypplaces the railroad officials are

co-operating with the clubs splendidly. Often they grade the

grounds and maintain them after the clubs have them planned iani

planted.

Billboards and posters are another thing that m'ail.e a

town and county look ragged,

School Grounds,

,ore school grounds should be secured now by the School

Board before homes are built too close. In,the new Fo,.rt Pierce

school grounds are 71 acres ..Ad they are negotiating for more,

Gainesville has eleven acres and I understand Live Oak is to have

fifteen acres. Florida has more land than anything else just now,

Why not spread our energies and improve and use acrie more of it?

Hernando County needs the centralization of county schools, with

a teacherage, as advocated in the introduction to 1913 report of

Commissioner P. P. Claxton of the U. S. Department of Education,

Tasliington, which can be had from the department upon request -

This plan contemplates not less than ten acres, arid recromr':imends

fifteen to twenty acres in shcool grounds, This is with the hope

in view of introducing vocational training and industrial educa-

tion in school* Schools should be made community centers and

should be the people's club house, Libraries should be installed

in each school even for grown-ups A system of cimall traveling

libraries which are passed from one county school to another are
inexpensive and would answer the purpose for some years yet*


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Beauty Spots.

There should be a good hard road not less than eighteen

feet surfaced to Brooksville's nearest lake, Irving. This drive

should form a boulevard around the lake an hundred feet from the

shore. The shore measured from high water mark out to an acre

width all around the lake should either be bought by the County or

Town. It certainly could be donated by the land owners as it would

enhance the value of the adjoining lands to beautifying the lake and

shore. The drive should be planted in palms, and the edges plant-

ed to lawn; all could be fenced to keep out stock, a small dock

and pavillion for picnics built, which would make an ideal County

pleasure park. The Spring at foot of clay hill should have a

concrete basin for stock to drink from, besides adi-ng to the looks

and making: an attractive place out of a mud-pudile.

Enough of the Hale property that is now in woods to the

west of the Town lying along ?pringhill road should be secured for

a City Park, as this is the most accessiblee land near BDooksville

not cut up into lots now, The growth should be trir'med out tith

great care, if secured, so that the natural growth be preserved,

except where tennis courts and croquet grounds are desired. These

should be placed where the trees have already been cleared away.

I do not know how much is in this tract, but the entire portion of

the tract lying between the ?pringhill road and the street to the

south, extending west to about the middle of VanPatten place should

be made a City Park. The land for a park will never cost less

than at the present time.

Punch Bowl,

Enough land around the "Devilts Punch Bowl" should be

secured by the County Commissioners to preserve and restore the ferns

and growth in it for the enjoyment of the public. In the past this

has been an exceedingly attractive spot to visitors, and should be

afforded protection.


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Hotel.

When all is accomplished, the erection of an up-to-date,

modern hotel would now be necessary for the tourist, but not until

then.

Will the good people of Hernando attain these ideals,

make the dreams, plans and hopes for my home town come true? Faith

in you and Hernando's possibilities is strong within me, and I do

not believe you will falter in your forward march of progress until

all the improvements are an accomplished fact in which I hope to

share ---- Here is to Hernando! WATCH HER 0GF 0.






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Jackdonville, Fla., Jan. 18th, 1916.
Mrs. Kirk Munroe, Chairman,
Bureau of Information and Historian, F.F.'.U.
Coconut Grove, Fla.

Ny dear Mrs. Munroe:-

I have yor card, and the envelopes you speak of
were of course, an oversight. The Bureau of Information and Historian
should have gone on the envelope, but as you use then for the Bureau
anyway, I do not see that it makes so much difference. The new letter-
heads have your title as Bureau of Information and Historian, and are
complete, however, my understanding was that you said you would take the
Bureau of Information, but you recommended that it be divided, as there
was too much work attached to the Bureau and Historian for one person,
and you remember I said to leave it as it was until the Board could do
something about it. It was my intention to bring the latter to the at-
tention of the Board at this next meeting, as I had no authority to
change, but of course, if you will continue as Chairman of the Bureau of
Information and Historian, there is no reason to bring the matter up,
unless you want me to, as I am anxious to do just what you want in the
matter.
Heretofore, there has been nothing on the envelopes
except the"Florida Federation of Women's Clubs," and it costs consider-
able more per thousand to have them made with the title of the office,
and if I continue to have trouble with them, I shall just have to print
them as they have been heretofore and save money for the Federation.
Little mistakes will creep in in spite of everything we can do. Last
year, in spite of corrections I made, Mrs. Cay's name was spelled with
a "K," and Mrs. Diokins name was spelled with an "e" instead of "i,"
so you see that a lot of printing, and the press to get a lot of letters
off besides, and the work of having to help one department and then anoth-
er, besides my trip away from home, I can only read proof and make cor-
reotions, and haven't the time to run a printing office.
I regret the error very much, but I cannot see that
there is any special harm done, as the letterheads bear the title anyway.


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We have had about 500 of these printed I think, and of course, we will
have to use them up to save money.
I left home on Wednesday of last week to speak to the girls
at the Woman's College at Tallahassee Thursday morning, to the Woman's
Club Thursday afternoon, and Thursday evening, the girls of the Home
Economics Department of the College gave me a dinner. Friday morning,
Mrs. Shackleford gave me a luncheon, and had all of her chairmen and
officers present also, and Friday afternoon I spent with friends adjust-
ing committee work for members. You see section three is small, and
we always have a committee for legislative work on the ground.
I went down to Monticello on Saturday, held a big meeting with
the women there, and organized a Woman's Club, and they are going to come
into the Federation right away. They think they wil? probably have fifty
members when they get their roll complete, and Monticello certainly needs
it. There are papers scattered from one eid of the town to the other.
The town is well laid off however, and there are some beautiful homes
and public buildings, and there is slt no reason why the club should not
be successful in every way.
The Press C0airman, Mrs. H. S. Jenison, is Assistant Historian,
but on account of the length of name, I have never used this on the envel-
opes, nor the letterheads, btt I feel sure she can be of great assistance
to you if you care to keep the history up, and I see no reason to change
the committee, and Ihoy you will let it stand as it is.
I see where you did the honors at the Bryan reception. Wish
I couid have been tnere with you all.
Our mile of dimes is progressing. I have given out my first
thousand, and have ordered two thousand more. Hope to have them in a
few cdays.
We are held up with the ye..r book on account of lack of com-
plete committee, but I am going to give a good deal of the data to the
printer this 'reek, and fill comroitteis in as fast an they come in as
beat I can.
With love and best wi~heq, and kindest renmehbrances bo Mr.
.anry roes
Very sincerely,


Presi de rnt.


























Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 18th, 1916.


MrE. Caston H. Edwards,
Chairman Conservation, F.F.W.C.
Orlando, Fla.

My dear Mrs. Edwarde:-
I am enolosing you a letter I have just written to
Mrs. John D. Sherman, which explains itself.
You will see that Mrs. M. A. Clonts is to be a
member of your committee.
I have given out the first thousand slips in the
"Mile of Dimes," to collect money for the park fund, and have ordered
2,000 more. The women seem very enthusiastic and I feel sure that ws.
are going to succeed. We have a little over $500.00 on hand now, col-
leoted from individual aubsoriptions, Mrs. W. W. Cummer having given us
a heck for $250.00.
With warmest regards and best of good wishes,
Sincerely,


President.
Enolosure.






























J kr:ror ile, Fla., Tar.. 1t"t 9.1*.,


Scv Lro rc.ce ';den, .

.cy d.i.u r'. 3 r n


I w'njt to t.Lank you for t.]re i-inutes. I do not
know '.;at I acknorieledr.d SL-' beore mlde . ,. coro ctJeiins, f',:'ou
w ill notice in t.ic Times6 Unilon ;,'dcration Fpage r L.C t ,,i .y, and

T c laid we xc'enced -wit'. Cle tta u s .,' n 'r l. I ued
the ,or d"e xc:anr.cd'l in .3"te Jd cf tmdetd." J :',i .a ir t' c y'rl I page-
for fear you cannot [_;. ona, arn I- ,7:nt you nd'3 Ars.. Gifford also t
e 1e I0ow It it1:se in p"iat, .nd I itv you wo'..11. ':nd it to 'cr 'n-in
'cu finienh wit'h am.c.
SL: rink it .1. U be a o 'C p1-n to keep on 1 :nd
all data in reward to t: e park, as in future .it will be outte a por-
tion of t.-, e-edeerstion history.
i Ove given out 1000 of t'ie dime strips, ond
;ave had to order more. Everybody seems greatly interested.
'it warmest regards end best wites,
F.incerr' <



Pre s!.d ent.
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JackLEo-s iil., a. Ja u, lijt I1916


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Su r.I fc rr .R r Ou lotte to *.'0'. eS< ,'.
"'ri$ '-.JD. n of tatc i n, --dke..i .0iW'. ., .' c--, mi.. Vs 0-7 1) nut. Lment
t.",C -'o la'adi' i i raiseCo ifor to led .' ..a t&i. ,U ~. -.'in A.i' I or
t .o i i.nf* *.';rten co .ur. :.e .lt. is not limile t r'p;- ,. bu t .,'.r-1
w ,o c.-.trL:t ,'.ce- I v/e rn edi.i.a tr."',' &V7 oi "er ;. .y. .,.i* % n, Ac'ii'ih.r' r4.ip, 'an3
only he tzIed for ni"-,%ePg-art".en or dConlestic scieCIc .
*Pe oC 'tc. .a.J: t itq-.p yu veWry mruch, &Ial l ;l&lh ve
1i d mtcre .vail. ale s:c:-o.i.ar ips iowevfr, it may be pos8sibt'le Lt:.
.'rs. ,r.t.rt osiy b3e able Lo put -Cou .11 UIA uOih I.- OLac oLt ornia-
t.lon I sit Pives a soholar '.ip. ihe U. I.. C. give s~vr'ai, but tUiless
you are a soldier's daug:-iter, cr !,&d a r,-lative in u e uar, I t1 ink
you wo .:. r nodi, be ligiinle for this, bui. aE not oqute sure.. is
Brovard coauId t.iil you better tE.ji a .
111i you send l"t's. ri,. t yoir ;tone address, and
where you live, so U v, d te ooid reao.t you during t e suizuBr i2
shie '.lOU'.d find any rs y to t..elp ,xy o.
bit s best oi ,'oodi wishes,
Since rel y,


President.


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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

January 18, 1916.



Mrs. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Florida.

My Dear Mrs. Jennings:

I would appreciate very

much, if you will let me have a 1jast year's

Year Book, also if possible, one for this

year. If you have none, please lend me one

that I can get the needed information out of.

Yours very truly,



ASSISTANT STATE AGENT IN CHARGE
HOLE DEMONSTRATION WORK


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1-18-16.

Ozoja,Fla.
Mrs.W.S.Jennings,I845 Main St.,Jacksonville,Fla.,

My dear Mrs.Jennings,

Thank you very much for
attending to the multigraphing-it was beautifully done,and the letters

are well on their way with answers coming back. I sent last night to

Mrs.Edwards a letter to be multigraphed and sent out for "BabyWeek".

She has been asked to send it on at once to you as it is if she ap-

proves,leaving out references to her department if she does not. Will

you pleasChave theses multigraphed and sent to Mrs.Edwards for signa-

ture? She can then return them to me to be signed again and sent out.

If you do not receive this from Mrs.Edwards in a couple of days ,

will you be good enough to write her for it? Our time is very short

and some of it is going to be consumed by this cireultous method. If

Mrs.Edwards had any plans for BabyWeek" she has not told me:the only

communication I have had from her on the subject has t been the en-

closing of letters to be answered. The paragraph referring to "BabyWeek"

in the previous letter was inserted after I had written the first

draft. I received your letter asking me to take charge of this -w*m

just as that letter was ready for you. It seemed more important than

other things I had had to say,and was in no wise intended to take the

place of a separate lett er on the subject. In fact,a number of these

should go output the time is too short and one human being could net

attend to it and do anything else. Ho,I had not seen Mrs.Edwards press

letter,but I shall probably as I have arranged for some back nihbers

of the "Times Union" in addition to the following ones. It is a paper

that would only be interesting to me for the elub news,as one daily

and one evening paper besides county ones are mere than I have time

for ia'additioe to reading that must be done. I find that reading I want

to do goes for some indefinite time when I may get leisure.







2.

I shall be glad to get the stationary;please send a supply of

eavelopes,as I have ealy a few of the five hundred left-several hundred

will probably be needed in the *a~ rsix weeks.

I wrote to Dr.Bird of the Trilby SamatariuM,but saw in the pa-

per in a day or two afterward that the hospital had been burned to the

ground,all of the occupants escaping unharmed in their might clothes.

That is probably why we haven't heard from him.

Dr.Whitford has a little operation scheduled for this afternoon

and after that and a few more letters,I am going up to Crystal Beach

to the "BlueHeroe" for a three days rest. Except for telephone eammun-

teatien with my home,I shall be away from my world. I hope to come back

a new womaa!


Sincerely,_


Please keep out enough co pies of the new letter for the

pages and yourself.
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Jcoksonville, Fla., Jan. 18th, 1916.


,r.. Jno. D. Sherman,
Chair:-an Conservation, G. F. 7. a.
~Sirley Hotel,
Denver, Colorado.

My deq Mras. Sherm.n:-

7FW arc starting to raies a mila of dimes for In-
mediate use in scouring a care taker and a lodge for our State Park.
We have about V,500.00 aIlrzady collected on hand from apeoi-A donations.
The people. of the State are beoomi)t. very enthu iastio over cur project,
and I think there will be no doubt but that -r.a rill -. et an appropriate ion.
of $2000.00 a year from cur next LsgislaVture. Tn faot, some of the
mer bers of the Legialature who voted against thN appro:-iation, :.r2 in
sympathy with our work now, and wfrnt to help ug, but tbe Legialature is
nearly tvo years off, 2nd We -.,ae t:cr.in to 2::,1-w tIh... m:il-. of 1rtm~ci, Thich
will gitve us ,6336.(0 as an smergnnoy faul.
Tow that n have asuceoded in ealtheantivj our entlow-
ment land for an equal aoreae adjoinhlng the p:,.rk, 're have 1930 Corue,
whi.h c.&n a-ll be lobrke-i after Lythe. nae care takar. The lhird surface
road, not only through our park, but .hro.gh the *djcininng section, wVill
gire us two and a quarter to t-:.o ,nd ,. ahlf mi.ilia of ro.d, 16 foot -tide,
which would cost us $10,000.00 to build, but will be paid for in county
bonds, -and will be completed in ten months. You seo, both our parak land
and our endowment land are exempt from taxation.
Mrs. .i A. Clonts, 341 West 6th St., Jacklonville,
has accepted the chairmanship of Forestry for our Federation, and will
be glacd if you will send her any literature -'.at jou iave on aibor day,
tree planting, hi hway planting, etc., and the ; emervation of forests.
With beet of good wishes,
Sinoerely,


President.


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Jackdonville, Fla., Jan. 18th, 1916.


Tinla Kathryn Tborpel
Vice President Sect.cn 7 F.F: .O.
r'aytona., Fla.

My dear Miss Thorpe;-

I thihk the arrangements are ge ain, on nicely for
the meeting. I could not understand the reason for delay to answer to
my letter, and was afraid Mrs. Frank Jennings was getting impatient.
I will urge all the federated clubs here to take
part, and I do not think we will need a program, as it is customary for
the club presidents to make a short report of what they arc doing.
I think it is useless to aak for any :rlte on The
railroad, as we have been refused each year for the convention.
I know you will be glad to know that the St. AugWustine
Civic League has re-organized and elected officers, and have paid their
dues, so they will not leave the Federation. I have been in communication
with them by phone, and succeeded in getting them to keep their member-
ship in the Federation. I rather imagine that Hastings has disbanded in
a way, but if we can have a meeting over there on the 12th of February,
and get Hastings to come to us, or we go to them Saturday night, returning
here Sunday morning, I think probably we can get them back in the Federa-
tion, as I have had some messages from the women there; so I will make
these arrangements if it is all right with you, and I will write the
Green oove Springs women to come here to the meeting of the 14th. I want
to them last year you know, to dedicate their building, so it will not be
a new feature to them, and I could arrange to have a meeting sometime when
you could go.
I think your plans are perfectly splendid, and we are
going to try to get the St. Cecelia Club of St. Atgustine to furnish all
the music, and Mrs. Frank Jennings is writing them to that effect. Of
course, if they cannot furnish all, we will have to furnish the rest here,
from the Ladies' Friday Musicale, but they are a little weak, and we thought
if we could urge them to come over for the big meeting and furnish music,
that it would encourage them a great deal.
Mrs. Frank Bughee of Hastings, could probably tell you
more about the Hastings women than anyone else. I think we had better







#2- Miss K. T7

get them to go to St. Augustine on the 12th, if we can arrange for
that meeting, and then we could go down and hold a meeting there the
same night if they prefer. I will write to them and try to arrange this
for you if you wish me to, and will leave it to me. I will just proceed
to write these people, and try to get everybody in to these meetings.
We will begin our Board meeting about 2:30 o'clock on the
afternoon of the 16th, and at 9:00 AM the morning of the 17th, continuing
until noon, and be ready for your county meeting on the afternoon of
the 17th. The reception on the evening of the 16th for the Board mem-
bers will be satisfactory. This will give me a chance to go over to
the banquet at DeL-and on the evening of the 17th.
I will then have to be in Gainesville on the 21st.
I will be very glad indeed to have you as my house guest,
and wil3 be pleased to know what train you will arrive on.
I am more than glad to help you in any way that I can with
your section, as of course, I belong to the whole state and its work,
and it is my duty to help when I can.
The question of Baby Week, I am very glad indeed to have
you help with, but Dr. Grace Whitford of Ozona, our health chairman;, is
in charge of the plans, and I will ibu glad if you will wri ie her at once,
and get these plane, so that the work may be uniform all over the state.
The matter was brought up at the Federation zieetinr. you will remember,
and we decided to celebrate Baby Week at the same time they are doing so
all over the United *iates.
Vlith best of good wishes,
Sincerely,

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Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 18th, 1186.


Mrs. L. L. Stanley,
Chairman Waterways, F.F. .C.
Daytona, Fla.

My dear Mre. Stanley:-

There really may be a Mrs. Skright, but as far
as I know, it was a mistake in the year book. It is very hard sometimes
to read the writing of some of the letters when they are sent in, and
very often the printers make mistakes, we correct them in proof reading,
and they do not correct them when printing.
Please send me the other names as soon as you oan,
as I am obliged to get the year book to the printer, and can fill in
committees as fast as they come in. I was so anxious to get the year
book out this month, and an disappointed that the women have been sp &low
about answering letters.
I will save a little corner for you to go to the
D. A. R. convention, and do let me know when to meet you at the station.
The first thousand strips are all gone, but I am
expecting more in a few days, and will send yours to your club.
You will soon have your stationery now.
I appreciate so much the invitation to the recep-
tion, and regret that I cannot come.
Lots of love to you and Mrs. Hotohkiss,
Sincerely,


President.


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Jack ov i lie, *i ,., Jnr. 1st>, 1916.


race rc'ki :.-t at Lnr~e, ". .'. ..


'y dear Mrs. poorcr:-
T r, ? ilved .your letter yesterday, and have turned
the- application of t!:' Dania Club oor to ?'rs. "inrium. V\e are delight-
ed to welcome this club into the Federation.
I went to Tallahassee last 'Wedncsday tc visit the
club there Thursday afternoon, and to talk to t!e girls at tUe collp ;e
Thursday morning, tie :1ome Econonics Ieprrtirent iviing me me d inner in
t'-e evening. ''e had a splendid meeting in ''e aifternoc.n, and the wor:en
took fifty dime strips. Tthey 'nve appointed :-Trs :'o'war Camble on t;he
park coLmittee, and she will De splendid for the State Legislative work
w.en it comes to getting apprc'prietion for maintenance .
'rs. SFhacklefcrd gave me a luncheon t'e neKt morn-
ing, Friday, and invited the officers of tie club. They have about de-
cided to build a club house. They lhve a lot and about j120D.00 on
hand. I left the next afternoon forr onticello, where I .ent direct
from the train to a meeting of the women ac the town. I talked to them,
and they voted unanimously to organize a wooman's club. I took Constitu-
tion Pnd By-laws with me, and at nig t ti officers met me,and I was
entertained, and they made lists of the women i.nfom tfey th;ough-it would
be interested, and each took naus to call up, and tLey hope to ;ave a
club of fifty members. They had Uiiirty-five at t.e meeting in the af-
ternocn. !res. O. 2.. Olin is president. If you w ish to write her and
urge her federating, you may do so, however, they will have a meeting
today, Tuesday, and appoint committees, etc., and I have sent an appli-
cation blank to them, and they have promised to fede@ate today, so I
think we can safely count on anot'ier new club for our Board meeting,
and a splendid membership also. This is in Mrs. Randall's section, but
Mrs. Cay arranged the meeting, as she knows so many peol:le over there.
t-hey really want to be in Irrs. Cay's section, and I think it would help
the section to 'ave this club in it, and I do not think it iould cause
much confusion to change the line now. 1"rs Cay also thinks she mign.t
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Legislative times. .:e will see how t-is effects the map amd the lines,
and also what Mrs. fIandall has to say about it.
I notice a great deal of publicity is being given to our
park, and T talked a great deal to Ex-Governor Gilchrist, who was at
dinner wit'" us last night, ard he thinks it a great thing, and so do
the yonticello women.
I wish it were so that I co::d come down, but do not see just
now that it is possible. I wrote to T.Tr. James Deering, and 1r's. Tm.
Deering, but have not had any response, so you and T'rs. Cifford, when
you make your tour, better see t'ese two people. Mrs. Gifford wrote
me t'-at you and she were going on a tour to collect rioney for the park
fune,
I will be g;lad if you can furnis'i e Dr. Si~all's Initials.
Mrs, Giffor-d did not send tUem.
J see where you hel forth with r. 3: "re. Bryan. 7ish I
could !ave been L.ere. rnow you had such n good ti,:e I also read
accounts of :/cur splendid club ben-uet&s., and congratulate you'.
Dur array, ngemint..? ni'e rrogressi'3 nicely for a big sect! on 1 meet-
ing on February 14t V.iss -Thorp is writir.l to th.e clubs in th, c section,
and v;e just us-t :*ave- ;u o d :'rs. Lewis -'e a re Plso scrang;ng or a
bi meeting of the 't. AuuI-Lstine club. on February 12t'h, rnd. rill rrobab-
1:- go o : .at.:i;:: t-t ni -t. TUe Joar'd I~fttinf; will b the afternoon
of t. l c.rn ;zonLnr of t.'e 1tl of 2ebr.uc!r '. In the afternoon, 'iss
1-)p '-.a s a- .ned w a. 'rs. stansley a large county ibet ing, and the eve-
nin,; of the 16Ut, Lie Palmetto Club will iive a big reception for us.
I go to u incasville for the .21st. 'T 28th of this month, 7rs. ),andll
and I rill hold a county imetting at 'iv Oak, with all tiese clubs.
.t. .u'. tine ''vic Lia'ue 1ave eont t'leir officers names
fca re-oranization, and decided to stay in Lie c.d eration.' t:lk-d
witi t',m over t'" phone.
We are asking t! e St. Cecelia Club to furnish th,. mius3.cal
program for the 1oint meeting' here on t'-e 14th. T'Phey re gJoing to try
and -,elp us wit'i t.!e strips. I have already -diven out 10-,D, rn, hN-.i
ordered 20')0 piore, The club women seem much interest '.
SIilt.1 love anrd best wishes,
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-'y d-e;ir ':rs. ';andall:-

I had zrr-nnged v.i'. "'r. a-e; to miake plans for
a meeting in Q.uincy and '.'onticello, but as y'.u underrst.oc.d "-'-on you
were here, ruilcy was doubtful, and we were not n o oticel.o.
i do not kioar ':ow I so0 ] -, .ve l.acor-ed ur 'er
Li-c impression L-at Vornt.cello belon.ged t.c. r;. C r, nbu. :.n'r:-y, 1-c
arranged th'.e meeLint, and t.hen I found b'y loc0inL in yr' b:ok.
that it belonged t.o yal h'e a.'.d 'rs. Sac.klefr.rd c ot.'h j.nvit.
over for the reacting, but oud it Ipo sible to o. I went straigd. t
from th.e train to ;th. meeting at I'rrticello, rndc found 'ab Lt thiirty-five
wacion present. I. talked to tiLcr: about Utree. quarters of an !'our, and
teuii 1t.:ey voted to form; a club. carried n constitution cnd by-la..'.n
iJIr. ue, which t.-,ey proceeded to adopt, and then t-ey elected their of-
ficers. T'at evening, we made a list of the p'omcen, i .dn t"ey t'-ink they
are goirin to :ave about fifty mer',bFrs. They will hold a meeting today
to appoint conmmitt&es, etc., and ore going to arrange to federate at
once.
T'!ie !had n library in times past i-nd a gre at many
books on hand, and about :700.00 in cast and they are going to try to
get a Lc t at once and build a club i1ouse, and include the library in
their building. I think tLey are going to do business. They know 'rs.
Cay so :.'ell, and they are so near the capital, the y they ard she both
feel tL.t L',ey should belong to her section. It makes it a long way up
for you, ond she has such a iarw territory, and tle women are so back-
;-!rrd, t-:at it seems, w It': your permission, it would be the best to give
her Jefferson County, but of course, this will not be done without your
sanction, 3nd the Board has the onl$ authority to mals another division.
If we could -et several large clubs in t1.at section, we mir.! t get up
some enthusiasm, and do better work. "'e are going to try to organize a
woman's club in Cuincy later.
With love and best wishes,
Sincerely, President.


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SJacl-:.orville, Fla., Jan. 18t' 1I .

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.y ear Mr Gifford:

-rz oor-e writes e t' at A'rs. Gratney woii3d be
Cood from the ir club, and t! at sh-e had riven 'youI 'n' nie .. 'o b sure
and give me full narmes of your co n.ittee emberss chen you comnlete your
col 0.ittee, 2nd 2.It. mn' 'have U-1em as soon as po s-1;ble, as t'i -ear bhno'
wsaits. I had rat r expected that Mrs Bryan would rcpr" *.ent U at club,
but I think it a -o-d idea to 1aiew M.rs Gratney also SIt'.- cn serve
on tr-e advisory corr.ittee, end r Bryan represent Section 5.
nur park is receiving ruch publicity, and people
are nt'used, ..id A in]'. it saue, finei th'l. ng. Mrs. Irace Julian Clarke,
Press C'nirman of the G. F. ". C. is herr and she wants some notes, ndr
is goi n to vrlte. it un in her Indiona naner.
I am delighted with rlrs. Curmer's contributions.
S!he understands U1E t ve are going to list her contributions under her
name, and not give th'rmn any newspaper publicity, and I AWla1 send,.a list
,. to iss Jackson, and let fr send a receipt. You can endorse all checks
and send to 1"iss Jaclson, but in each instance send her the naTm of party
from club sending s;ira wit, full address, so t'lat she can send them a
receipt direct. I am also asking th e clubs to sern you name and address
of parties donating directly a dollar or more, so t'at they can be sent
a receipt for siae. Of course, t' is will also be credited in you:r ac-
count, and the club securing such donation, but i would keep a full list
of names of all people donating, so Ltat report can be quite full, as we
want to publish it in the year book next year. As I said before, mrs.
Cuumer does not went any newspaper accounts of her donation1 so we will
have to look after t:i.s, and only publish total amounts, so that persons
names need not be mentioned. This is the way I am to handlhethe '30000
she has given for endowment, and I have explained tAtis to ler, and think
she is satisfied wit-i this way of handlingg same. I would get a regular
account book if I were you, as tile accounts will have to be handled in
a very uniform manner, as t;nis is the beginning, I hope, of quite a large
amount of money we will have to receive and be responsible for.




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2- Irs. J. G.

I wrote to M'r. James Deering, alse to irs. :n. Deering,
=eome mon i.s aGo, but have never had any reply from them. I tLLink it
a good idoa for y au and -rs. oor to make it a point to see tnem per-
sonally and explain all about t, e park. I ti-ink you will find tiat
people will be more interested if you will take your maps, arid show them
exactly w-ere the park is located, and the roads, etc.
"rs. 'owand Oamble wi .1 serve on your couLAittee from Section
3. The ,omen ofthis sectoli are very enthusiastic, and took 50 strips.
I saw 'rrs. Gamble and talked the mrLat,.,r ovr riti .er t.-oroug -ly, and
she is very much interest, rand will be a mocd one to hlip us get an
ap-pfrpriation from the Lo;islature. The iwoen t. ter, voted to ask for
".iJ300.00 a ya!" appropriation.
Shave given out all of "-. 1000 strips I .Tad on -hand, and
love ordereJ1 2000 more, whJch-. ; 11 be here in a few: days. The re w t Was
.3)0. for 3000, and I secured t :I- rat. all rilIht, although I did not
order that amount at first. The v are 12.00 per t',osard : regret
tc- :ve to pay] out so nmucih o-ey for t-.en.e, but it seelsi i.:-,'-sible
to do t`-. v:rak w:it!7out sorn,e expendlct itut
You af course, saw last Sunrday's 'eetreopolis and limes Union
p.ges, and the ott, !a Yederrat Ion p'-es. a.so' gve tie ainuts of t.ie Fed-
eruatlc.n l-.iu ian thi C .air'.an of Lor.:ustr:y's report for Lre feder-
ation. '"r.. 1ri1i of Tamc:r, is to :rit.e us an article socn, for which
Sar furni: -inJr all data.
I am e closing you a cryy of letter- 'iave just received from
t"r. G. iC, ierce, engineer of the T. 2. Y oCrary Co., anci also copy of
letter from 'Mr. F:oy D. Mars surveyor. not?: these letters I think
you will feel are very cz tifj ctr c 7.
Since writing- te above, :iave just received ycur letter,
and congratulate you on t!e splendid amount you inave just ,ailed to
Liss Jackson. I think some things aire cooing our W.ay yet.
"'rs. Stranahan could not serve on your coz..itLec, much as
I should like for her to, as she is alreocdy s. chairLman, -. .:e C not
want to use the same names on diLferefnt conmittees. ie-: iz. a Urs .
harper I think; y.o wrote the long 1 tter i xsz ~-na zs nt you for park
sug estions, w,.o would be splendid on tLfi s committoo, and you had bet-
ter use her n.i; instead of ra. .Etrnahan, the fact .'iicil- she already
knows that '.e cannot use the aume names on different coL.,mittecs. I
feel sure 1 sent gou tl-e letter of !'e I-arper's. Yrs. Stranahan will
knoi S.e is the woman that 'rs Strana.lan ranted to malie president
in her ste.d.
lurry con:..ittee as fast as pooeible.
'Tith- love and bent wishes,
Sincere 1i ,




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,-y de: Mr., : arsi :-

i .vi:-; to ,.lank you L.o you:i letter of January 11tri,
and to express to you thie appreciation of our Federati on of your asHist-
ance, anid we wll bear in mind your offer in hielpint; u~a to sell our
endowment Land !h ou.id we decide to do so, but at prc .ent, wo are going
to try av..d keep -t'e land if possible. It will add iLu1h 1t our pai'.
Of cc-virse, tLe generosity of t'-e public in ,;ivin us Lund:. for laiint,.-
nanrce o th'- park, 'ii .rcatlly influence the desoiica In Utc jmuatter.,
.,'e .also ihop. tc i cve an appropriation from 11 e next
lezisl-. t-re but 'i-,it j n-rrl.7. t"'o ears off.
'it; best of good wishles from "r. Jen ings and I to
you, ?.'r:. ""arsh and t-e ch-ildre n,~ ndf a.''in t ranking you, am,
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Jachrionville, ?la., Jan. 18t., 116.


.^'1j.aitic .<, ti .:ij; ank B; uilding,
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Y'y dear sir:-

i og o t.anL you for your letter of January 13t'L, and

your kindness s in t2:i.i t'ie zL.tter of our park up wvLit your Genieral

urer intondent '.ho is in ilIami. 'n behalf of tie -l.de.atic-.n, I b','

to express r-y apr-recci tion of .e :r kindness arid as:i.Ltanc in helpiLg

us in e protection of our ita to part.

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J.c c onville, F1 ., Jan. lath, 1916.


"rr "ri. .A. i.'oxby, Go.r vt' 7'y,
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'-;; dear s .oxb '

Lrs. ',Tinium, Correspondinr ,ecetary, 1i sending;
out t'e notices for tb l ba.rd meeting, a ri t're o 1j an-emeiut, you :,ave
made th.,ere are perfectly sq.tisfac tcry. 'e will conmmence our mee'5ting
on t're 16T-: nf February at 2:30 9. "., and bt r"e(6y i .n x.i i ccJL.?ion
t.at evening. ""e will continue our meetin!n on t. m-orn j..i of thie 17'h,
beginning ft 9:00 o'clock ard continue until noon, &nd be ready fr..r
t'e c, cnt.v me': t'-i :. t.'- t e Cplnetto Club in the afternoon. I will
ti.n be obliged It goo c'to TLanc i fo; the nic-.t..
"it.: lIest of r ood rIiF es,
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JTocl onvi lle ?il. Jan. 18th, 1916.


"u s. n'T'or.;,. rilb tB P ,
Sas t inc L.a.

!"y deer Yrs. Sugbee:-

lec nre wry anxious to p t your cluo back into
tae Fed.ration. .e are going to have a big sectional meeting '!ere on
February 14th, and world like representatives of ycar club to attend.
On Saturday afternoon, February 12t.., re are going
to try and arrange a joint meeting of the St. Augustine Civic League
and the St. Cecelia Clubs, and vo uld like as many of :. our women to be
present at this me ting as possible, should we arrange it.
If I. ere is any r.ay, for us to get over from tils
meet in to y or club, we Tc 'ld i; 'glad to 'old a meeting t!-ere with'
you ta.e night of tih e 12thl. This nay not be possible of course, and
we may have to get as many of you to come over to St. Augustine as
poss ible.
I wo .d like to hear f'on you as to ;'iat you t.iink
of ttese plans, and would like to 'have you put me in touch wit.: t'e
president and other club officers tiLre, so L:at I can write ti-em.
Hastings is entirely too progressive a place not to have a club, and
I will be glad to help in every way possible to have one t: ere.
'Wit'i best of good wishes,
Sincerely,


Pres iden t.


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e ae ae goi g to ha a sectional 'ee Lng here with
th.E oman'.1 Club, February 14C at 3:00 '". U e f e.xtrUeifly
arn:ru. s for o. to be presen-t iad -;n a report -f ithr-e to five months
nf c'ou.r club ',oi'k of last year, a-d br'i.nS : ua:. -.y c'-uib mi,'l : -'r ,a o -
s ible. "'e want a very large at tn dancec i, und r Inv',.it.Ir-. -ill t. 1 ''L iU.bs
in t.' section elserwher7 .
To evxpecet ''iss 7torp, vice president of tL ss section,
.'r . c "'. -e, vie pr' sl.' ant .it. liar an 11t is altn .-et'er nrobable
'-st Irs. Ed.l ar Le'!1s will be 'ere.
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JTac"::r' il ; I Jan. 13'., .


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M dear. "r s, c i .i J an'- .. ... :

I t'. ttat e u elb r e lId f.ei interested in
t'e Sta. T "rk, as it is a. Ztte a- air, and everybod-',r in i'loridn E.iould
rfeI intc '-- e te riad -iir'l. '-~ .r ',ill nA. -,)t j- ltrc' .le in 1 7 ettlf. r people
out i1n : 'c te' to e. 'I.e ue .. .c' li a a .-t PL L OP t" -.m 'w 1.d :ive
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Jacksonville, FP,-., Jn; 18' 1910.


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-1 daL" Mes. i;oj.eLn ;-

I .t 1-Ji.11 be the 't e rt, Ir I,rc:'. ai, i:forr I
can come to vyour r:.ection of t;e. country,.1 but. I will let V-.~ c'.:b C ow
in time so t I ?t ou cain have as manI; 'V.o.j.n *'resit '. '..le at is
rI e tinng, Rb I w-r!nt to act'r !r1i!-,. t as much as TI ru ..r .?.' .' .t.L.. su ch a
long trip,

SI fr'el r ur interest in t'he matter, anr1 an. 'r ciate
g1X atly your' cooperatiLon, and w il certainly visit your club befor- the
year is over, if not.':inr unf'orseon prc'-.nts,.
it:. best of good I;ishes, .a-id 'or,'pn you :,i.l
call on me aen ,you finr I can te of any service to you,
Sincere ly,


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Jack'sonville, I la., Jan. 18t:1, 1916.


Irs. P. F. Westcott,
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Tiy dear 1rs. estcott:-

I am enclosing a list of officers of your club
w ich i clipped frol.the Tinel Union, and *.o .1C liie to :.-owD if they
are correct so t. at can put t'rn in Re y eair book. Please let me
know about this by return mail, as I am anxious to get ,. e data to the
printer.
We a re going to -save a large sectional meeting
here on iebruory 14t',, at t e "cuan s Club. t ir.s aKt!hryr- Tn.orp, vice
president of this section will be "ere at t'ht t li:it. `e ,o .lc0 like a
full representation froi. your club, and as many ;e-bers as can attend,
and we wish you to give a report of your work covering a period of tree
to five montUs.
1 will be alC. at any time to hielp you wit-. your
club work, and will be glad to come r~ut to your club meeting sometime
if you will give me plenty of notice, and bring some of our State Ch ir-
men with me.
T"Ith best of good wi tes,
Sincere ly,



President.
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oin' i Civ ic Lea -e. ,
L1. Au tine, Fl ..

y c'dr.r .rs. C:'rwack: -

I am writing to ask I',at your- club join ;with'
t:ie tt. Cecelia Club in liavine a joint ame ting Saturday Ifternon,
February 12t I, and invite all the eligible club women of rt. fu~.ustine
to t' is n.etAting. At t: Is time, I will be able to come to 0"ou, anr r.o
will Miss Kat'-ryn 'ltorp, t'e vice president of t.i'i sectlon.
'ias ThorD i. to be in aLttaiea:ca ccn the E.. p.
Conference Februar.y 9tr lOtt and 11ith, so we could come to you on the
al'ternoon of ti,:e 12 ., if ycu will kindly orange same. The ratingss
Club sio,,d be invited, as we are trying very hard to Le t'hea to come
back into Uie Federation. We mlgitt go with trnem to old a8 meeting at
nil t, if it is possible tc go over tite, and I have sugoested tis to
Mrs. Bucbee.
'.'e r e to haw a big; sectional i eeting here with
t:ie "oain Club of Jacksonville, on tUe afternoon of i'onday, tie 14ti
of rebraary, and re would like as awny of -our club wouen to coue over
for t ie i:eetin; as possible, as we are going to have a "rreat many
clubs represented.
"ith best of good wishes for the success of your
club, end wit request t"Iht you let me hear at once ifi t'ese plans will
be satisfactory, nfter consulting wit t.e St. Cecelia Club, I am,
Very sincerely,




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: JackErc.nvilie, PI., Jan. 16stu, .1i1 .
' Aiss Allen ". 'rin Cooper,
president LSt. Cecelia Club,
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Yy de.r 'jsn5 Coorer:-

Please find enclosed a letter I ai. wrrit inr to
te ",oran a Civic Lca!ie of St. Auuastine.
I We are very anxious to i-t a joint meeting of
your club aad t'-e Civic Le.-ue the afternoon of 'aturdiy, 'obruawry
Uie 12 U-. We want you to invite all the women interesLeOd In club
work to this meeting. Of course, unless they are musical, they wc.Jd
not be eligible for your club, but would be ior the Civic -eag ue, and
I think it a very good idea to ie lp the Fedceration and .-c .club extun-
sion work, by adding to your numbers as much as possible.
We would also like fca you to invite the women of
Hastings to thic m'eet.cinf. !'Iss Kathryn TlIorp, vice president of this
section, also rs. T . Moore, vice president at large, and Mrs. Ed-
gar Lewis, vice president of !ectipn 3, rill probably come with me.
We would expect both your club md the civic league to make reports of
your work at this meeting.
I would make it a public meeting for all the women
of -t. Augustine, so t..a.t you can get new members.
I .a writing Mrs Bugbee of :astings, and asking
theimk to come to the meeting, so I will ask you to send tiem an an invita-
tion direct. We are going to have a sectional meeting here on t-e 14th,
and all clubs in the section will be invited to come. Mrs. Frank Jen-
nings, Presidcnt of the "4orman's Club here, is writing you to come, but
your name appeared in one of tLe year books as VIss "Ellen" Cooper, and
it is altogether possible tiat s:e will write you under that name. but
I wi 11 phone her and give her your address, so please inquire for a
letter of t.at kind, as it will be addressed to tle president of the
St. Cecelia Club. We want botl your club and the Civic League to come
over to this meeting, and want your club to furnish a musical program
of four numbers, cr moe. We would like for You to furnish the twole
musical program for ti-s meeting, and would like to know whether .ou
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in tLe program, as it will give yai a great deal of prominence.
T-ank you very much for your interest and help in te e
Royal Pala Park matter, and you will please let me know as soon as
possible how many strips you will take. I think you mi. t be able to
do a ECo.-d derl towards our park by getting good subscriptions from the
tourists. T`is is the way some of the other towns such as Daytona and
ianti will do. Sh~ulld you receive as much as a dollar or more from
one person, please serd them a receipt for same, and credit will be
given to your club just the same. As a musical club, you Cluld take
the stand-noint of the bird sanctuary, as the birds are te greatest
musicians in the world. I think the Friday Musicale are going to do
tnat iere. I woald like to hear from you very soon about the strips
for dimes, as I want you to get an even start with the rest of the
clubs.
it:-, best of food wishes,
'ince rly,



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in tt. *.nu: c'zrctr.d L: tU' "ly .. n:'u. L.. .1 Sc.. -- i i. ..*, a ictro-
la fion t ,, .ocrl c ; ta y. 11r." ;:.1 -.: ': Ci j ,.-.t .- *
proper rersnorn in c .zr,-c a&' th; uoyc. ,(,cecr oy- -.e Viclr'i. S' C
Ye:r 'r.. .'Ittt, .; J -. co i .. a suoceOte c .' n
Settinrg forot,' Ccol'ds dona ted, i nr 1 a Trit in t. s f -;c u i T ink
it wo d.A be .o ssiblo to r-et lo'V.1ted i CP aC. TOx. fi a, a . cLrol for
the school. Tr. J. L. Bool1 iS c' .` y LGn.7, L _plendid, c-nd ic very
ansiouFs for a Viotrola fbr t'1,e bc .. t'e e we ve t' ?iie beforv.-
a '..O.0 maclcine.
.' h-ve sev.ri'al ap:'licatLons for. cc'"olars'ips
a, in t is ye ar, more Lt an tnL Fied.ra.- ion is ;jopir tr, te able to ta-k
care of. The little PlanL Ci y glrl, t ..re vere anxrio.us to e.t a
scholars';_ip for, was not able to o, to school, and is teac.'iig. I
would be oo delig_-tod if your clubs there cold cormbineo, or pcr'haps
the Civic Learir t eru could give entertainments, ara sb-iare Uh e burden
or carrying sane, so t. at the Plant City girl could ,ave tis sc'olar-
ship ext year. It s9Ouid be a two or t',iree year scholarship. "The
roman s Club 1rre gives two scholarship, and tha Pan-rellenic, wit:, only
thirty r.er bers, gives one. Two or t'.ree public card parties would be
sufficient to raise the mory each; yesr. Of course, this girl at Plant
City wo.id want a home economics course, w;.i d would take three years.
S:ie is a graduate of the hiEgh school. "e n, ie have an application from
a 'or ng girl wi.o is in the sop'iomore class, and will have to stop work
next year if sihe does not get help to finish her college work: I bring
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t. cy could not do ;mnytL'-lg because your club had disbanded for the
sunmer, and as-yct ar3 in ses son, it will be a good time to bring it
before t -e.t. v Of couriCe., T realize the difficulty, as you are building
your club ouste, but. tl.rc never is a time for such things, and Tampa
is large enou.rl to have more tanri one tirnj going on at a time.
'j .Wit best aof ood ,id-ieu,
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I .:ank you very much for- tl i lendid Wr;ite ups.

T-hey ,ave gone to press, -d .ci 11 "ic n next -ut;d.ay' pap, pwit, rs .

': ckl.eford's n ict~.ur'e in Times Tniccu :. '., l ~1 iu, c nt

to tc.c ensola Journal w;.t. t ,tr-t..iC 1jl olcld, o:6 tie y L.ey were sent

to our otr er. o'ur pajeu.

'iL' best of ic d ;.'is. es and t:onkls,

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Jacksnville,* Fl ., J.ian. l9t! 191G.


?.rs. George s. 'ri"it,
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ay eue neslo s rig''it. :- .

I I am enclosi ng you a letter and copy of one I have
vr it ten. n
'P. F. d,.c-d,.t-.n a.per i j.ust riady, cud r rs VinJnum
r:.1 1 s-nd you ForLe a ..rnrl '.L .. .
.I hpe ~a; rsccc t s.;rc it .. yo u let. r. It
s v'c: ,"oo' i ndeeC .
1- l.a2.::d to 'ic.s a :.-e: r nhc-yt 2ry n>nrrr .A r.n ,n and
a.e ' cloi ng sploIidcyi I < r j : e t.]r:nd fr', .'l:l.:.ee .'unor py nir.l 't,
IT
1 },, w rit ten to n:bzr*t -', of 'he '"or n .].;'. of '.'aa, anlking
if tV.ey can cooperate .t-. LLe 'IivLc L..ve nne raise a scholarshlp for
toh plantt Git.7 ;irl. "The O!e "7::'. l r]i.3'i., oi01, ar t'-e rest of l .r! -eire
so 1it%"lres-teda i;-. the1 is probt.bl o!. t'-e '-cttintI list, and her .ipplica-
tlion 'i1. 'r.ve to 'e ccr.sidcreo fir.:t, or . 'oul.i lbe. T'e .dar.e girl
wi.l final t1'.is ye-. and is t-r ttin along10 v. y.i- nicely. e'" has a
place in view to teach at I:Mai, J think.
"7'itL: .*varr':t r-7jyrlr anrIl b'"c-t wjinesr
S"icem ;? lysl,


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.se.v. On ..... .. t Jer.rv*;. 'i K .-or d1. .19U r I u. e t

we c. iaT.-ot put : -'' ;. n. a L o,
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ser-. on t-.e p rk OC'E -.-tte. .:rs. C iford boo-. :oL ui .ersn and t 1t
we cannot pt p'I tie ---e nst1 s or ji'cv- lnt oo it Lees. .rini.:r vbor Itt
explan .inln* t 'c,,r t.at y,:.-._ couIC not serve on anfot. .i: oo:.. iL .eu, 'ouse
you are chiairra.i of one .lIrsady.
Please se,-ld 2Z-, : 'i's ,,arT..a' s ad.:'"".. "s;:-s -d :i:e..- ,
as 1 feel sh/e ;'i.ll -.,a e a splernrid 11o5 fo, thiz co.i, L,' wr'.I l
t,,'ie n'mre mnt at.. on?=. ".e"1,..... o.r: R '" ;,6&. bool,. aitsits, and I ,iam so dis-
a;.'ointe'l t' ,At. 'nve r.t.L *, .sn able2 ,:. .:et it toC t'ie pr.int'^r before.
ou are on t -- O rd any., n:.'ay, 1', of c i;r'c, :ill .1ae *,r:lur say in re-
gard to t-he park r'orlk, so .t 'ill not be neceoar'y .f ,ou to be on
anot' conr-ittee. I r so lad to Vkno,.c .. at you jot 'rs hood to
serve .
I ream li,;,-ted L.at your club is ge tiLng on
so splendidly., and had suel! a ood Christmas tree.
'"iti warmest regards and best of' t:)od v wioies,
Sincere ly,


President.


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r, .' U. agg, "printendent,
C. ll..ren' 4 :: Socie ty,
.3t1 t. James L..ilding .
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"PlA O Lit:'3. .. .. ..1 1*'* ' 7'.'1. .OL
... o ,y . .. . .. I .. ," (' T., ." .!.ji t -
..lr. -.lr moo't interest i.:: navIku. ..o ,:r';. .Ci-- pc-:'. n pl;:aed at t. 'es,.. of'
j "-c :,7l, a it wa. to i l .- .i r 'h c" -: ...:r t'-" 8
I r. ata rC. L5Lit) uaz-k Fkfr .
so .c.oJ.. &'M also Ir. uoTe nt" ur i.ce :1 C r P: b"r' in In ;i I n-
f'uriJ. .ec r nares, rco.,:e. toS n .t ., 1" ..-i, '.' fr n f; or' t s work,
:nd ie expect to .l ..-; h..y Jecid-.L.d t-t nrd f- a Iorliar -:a ? t, tHo
S eEX: of t1 ic scno l. I ....c. ""., t t V',re :vw; hB*:n ojae appli-
c'. iC.' c. in filed for :_Zn 'id : L 1: rivr., -nd we r il '",,T t.o **'.rc-r pretty
elari to fit- ,t ie :'oliti.cal if.:.tru.;cz. t' .. 1 .... .'u. t o be',x,
to h~ .Lte .-; m aproi-nte(, ... i, .-~ -. Ir ubr:ittter tb ree n itsa of lj0 .coea
each to be sOlcted by Sc-. L: 1id for Li e l ocat.cn or t!i'. r4c. ooo~ and
we promised t'i Legisitu- t :L t .f %.hr'r p-ssed T.'e bill, we would fur-
vUr'i t;he site, you i:knoi: ,., Statt oIi asclected tre ,ite at fcals,
ar:d ofTioia lly, we ;i. If .e n-iar' blcn not ified on sac salvation, alt.i-ugh
S'ia.i ta.:en a great deal of t.r')tb.le to file maps snd plans within Ltem.
3I s.:t say nlso, t. t Wr. uar. tler was very much opposed to Vlie present
si; t on account of its Tx at assoolation, but we 'ijpe by not referring
to t!:cl.;, we ii:',t live t~em down, or at least, not brin; t'em up in
con'iectiton with tne school.
'The ?'ow an' s Club of Ocala is an exceedninly live organi-
z.at.ton, End I: a very -,~ppy it is near them, as i feel sure tiat t;:olr
influence will be very fine on the sch.ool.
I am glad Ut2t you approve of iss Dye, and t!-ink it very
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ewr, I 'nven't sufficient infarra tion before me to say ULat we could
endorse :iss Dye yet, bu-t if you. cold get. me such infor'i.i tior., and
wit. t..at I rave promised me, it mic t be possible our Board could en-
dorse Iher, as we have a meeting ca t e 16 tU and 17.l1 of 'eb1uigry at
Daytona, and I would like vry m luch to have all t::i information be-
flre re at t':at time to present to Ut.e Doard.
T..ank yoa for isE; L.ye's adCreus. I will be glad to write
her, and get ;ier to make formal &.: location, and also get .ier to send
endcseements from people well known, w ti.h tL-e Board could not afford to
ignore, t'en our endorsement too, would add muclh.
""It best of i.'ocd .IBshes,
Very truly,


President.


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