Title: Correspondence: 1916 February
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the May Mann Jennings Papers
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Title: Correspondence: 1916 February
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Publication Date: 1916 February
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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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Vice President at Large:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President First Section:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section:
MISS KATHRYN THORPE, Daytona


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Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. IVA SPROUL-BAKER, Miami
Public Health:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD. Ozona
Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami


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:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City


3jad~gratinntf Wnmr~nn'8 (1Jub~i


CHAIRMEN' OE.DEPARTMENTS
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. W. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. M. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville
Waterways:
MRS. M. L. STANLEY, Daytona
Good Roads:
MRS. 0. BROWNELL, Jacksonville
PRESS
MRS. H. S. JENISON, Chairman, Jacksonville


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

My dear Mrs Jennings-


Seminole Indians:
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
Poyal Palm State Park:
MRS. JOHN GIFFORD, Cocoanut Grove
.Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Endowment Fund:
OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


State Editor Miami Metropolis:
MISS GRACE JARRETT, Miami
State Editor Ocala Banner:
MRS. C. H. LLOYD, Ocala
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


It was with a keen sense of disappointment, that I


turned away from your door last Thursday. Just in from Atlantic Beach, where


T had been with my brother and his wife, I was sure that you would be in

9t.A. on Friday, and so did not phone,but came direct to your hcde from the


train, where I said"good bye" to my loved ones.


In some way, my moorings have


broken from your side, there is something, that I can not understand between

us, and I wish you would tell me what it is.


Then can I see you? I can come up now, any time,if you desire to have me come.

rhat a aplendid paper you gave to the Cood Roads Convention! I enjoyed every


word of it, that was printed in the paper, but a lot must have been left out.

: I am alone again, and the house and my heart are very lonely.


Sut I have had a beautiful winter and have the memories.


YVurs cordially


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MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President First Section: MRS. W
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico
Vice President Second Section: Seer
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey MRS.
Vice President Third Section:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section:
MISS KATHRYN THORPE, Daytona


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CHAIR
Art: Legislation:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna MRS. JOI
Civics, Industrial an
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City MRS. J. W
Civil Service Reform: Conservation
M RS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville MRS. GA!
Education: Bird Protecti
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland MRS. JUI
Music: Forestry:
MRS. IVA SPROUL-BAKER, Miami MRS. M.
Public Health: Waterways:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona MRS. M. I
Home Economics: Good Roads:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami MRS. O. 1

MRS. H. S. JE
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonville
State Editor Times-Union:
MRS. A. B. VANCE, Jacksonville
State Editor Reporter-Star:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando
State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa


Py '".ar rs Je*nnings--.
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Vice President Fifth Section:
PRESIDENT MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
SS. JENNINGS, Jacksonville Recording Secretary:
MRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
etary to General Federation Corresponding Secretary:
VILLIAM HOOKER, Ocala MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditor:
MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City


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MEN OF DEPARTMENTS

IN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville
d Social Conditions:
7. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
STON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
on:
rIA HANSON, Fort Myers
. CLONTS, Jacksonvlle
. STANLEY, Daytona
IROWNELL, Jacksonville
PRESS
NISON, Chairman, Jacks ville


Seminole Indians:
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
Poyal Palm State Park:
MRS. JOHN GIFFORD, Cocoanut Grove
Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau of Information and Historian: '
MRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Endowment Fund:
OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


State Editor Miami Metropolis:
MISS GRACE JARRETT, Miami
State Editor Ocala Banner:
MRS. C. H. LLOYD, Ocala
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


.nt to be absolutely impossible for ome to


attend. the "oa:'d meeting this week. During tlh years that T have seen

assooiatia. with the Fe.eration,thi. is ,T think, the third meeting that I have

not been able to attend. ,r. -rnakelfori called me "her faithful", so, I feel

sure t.at you will innw, it is not usual for ea to stay away.
Last week, juat


a.b'it uae.i ,ie up ,and I am"all in bits". You ,with all you have to io- will

not really understand d.. ,hat that rtean.-i to a ol"y,but there is a limit to my

endurance.
T a i encloseain a dIa-.eetion to the loard that You can present or


gal somnA )ne els~e to do so;
7vi -:Jr-3 very coo.ixi3lly;


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Vice President at Large: Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami PRESIDENT MIRS. EDG AR LEWIS, Eldred
Vice President First Section: MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville Recording Secretary:
MRS. W F. MILLER, Valrico MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville MRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Vice President Second Section: Secretary to General Federation Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey MRS. WILLIAM HOOKER, Ocala MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Vice President Third Section: Treasurer:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee MISS rKATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Vice President Fourth Section: Auditor:
MISS KATHRYN THORPE, Daytona MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City

tnrti a 3tegrattio of Wnuien's QIluba
CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Art. Le isla tion: Seminole Indians:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
Civics: Industrial and Social Cond itions: Poyal Palm State Park:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City MRS. J. W. McCOLLULM, Gainesville MRS. JOHN GIFFORD, Cocoanut Grove
Civil Service Reform-: Conservation: Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville' MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Education: Bird Protectiorn: Librarian:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland M RS. JULLA LHANSON, Fort Myers MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Music: Forestry: Bureau of Information and Historian:
MRS. IVA SPROUL-BAKER, Miami MRS. tII. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville I.IRS. KIRK MUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Public Health: Waterways: Endowment Fund:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona MRS M. L. STANLEY, Daytona OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Home Economics: Good Roads: Transportation:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami MRS. 0. BROWNELL, Jacksonville MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville
PRESS
MRS. H. S. JENISON, Chairman, Jacksonville
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Business Rep.: State Editor Miami Metropolis:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksolnville MISS GRACE JARRETT, Miami
State Editor Tlmes-Union: Srate Editor Ocala Banner:
MRS. A. B. VANCE. Jacksonville MRS. C. H. LLOYD, Ocala
State Editor Reporter-Star: State Ed, tor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola
State Editor Tampa Times:
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa

My dear 'rs Jennings-
"-ur letter of thls 8th eae promptly,1but we are in the

midst of a '",.'3t.r hhautaujtua and yesterday ",'d my turn to serve at the dinner

w'e club worren are serving e.cd ay. had the Governor and several e'.Gll from

CGren eove "rrilngsaRake "utler and. '.fan.lenny and Starke. 5', I ha.l a bousy

ay,and your letter not answered.
Tf the "eonfi.lntial matter" needs

ilii.~ liate attention, y.u have only to sall and. I will some to you, ut if

pesasi'le I 'would. like n.,t to come this v.week, .as each day is full of things

for le to attend to,ani these wuIm en Io not understand why IT would. leave those

at a tir'.e like this. '-ut,i lea.s k now that your call M@Bes first in my linaf

ana. T will :e,',- s.t "our pleasure. !'eAt week I have e;~lst.iCents in Jax. aetitist

anieome flttin but can floe1i for you if yo.u say so.

'*'-ins you will hay e a fine tie wj.th the D.A,R's andA in all yoiur busy

ayes fine en-.u.ih to c-.p.;.pn ate you for all ycur attention to r.eo;le and. places.

Vcura for the State and You.
CerJ.ially

Tha*e 7u, ^,^ au_


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J.ols13.0.3l.J, fla., Feb. sot., 1. 6.

Tr~a. J. A. Tendley,
Cha.'irman Civics, F..F..C'
Dade City, Fla.

ly dear IXrs. Hendley:-

I am glad that you have everytl-inrg row as far as
your committee goes, in good shape,, and that you have ,rs. Pa. e's
record books.
It seems that the J. O. LJ of Ocala is not doing
very good work so far,
There is one thing especially that I wish to call
your attc-,tlcn to, and I wish yct would write :rrs. Sample that the LadieA.
Home Journal, last issue, has a page on Boys' Building Bird Touses. It
says that St. Paul ia the city of song birds, and I think it would be
a very good plan to ask the olubs to take up this work all through the
junior leap.uee. This would be in cooperation of course, with the chair-
man of the bird corpittee.
I a so glad that you acr coming to the Board meet-
ing.
I am going; to see that ycu get some second sheets
to use with your letterheads, if you have no' already received them from
Mrs. I imium, as we txy to r.ake the letterheads 60o a far as possible.
I think your plan to take up civics in the schools
splendid. Have sent your Istter to the paSes today.
With warmest regards and best of good wishes,
Sincerely,


President.


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aTTrt '. HLawkiy4=
r.iocikcvi.Jls, Fla.

NMy dear Mrs., Hawkiner-

Mrs. Brownell's address is 72 Citizens Pank,
Tampa, Fla. I see no reason why you should not attend these .:ocd. rcade
meetings, and I wish you would write to Era. brownell2 ;nd teJ.l aer you
axe going to these meetings whenever you can. This will save her a
great deal of work. You can compile a report and give to her to embody
in her Feclerazi ion report, givin- you credit for same. I wish each member
of a committee would advise a chairman of thling she sees to do, but you
eae the only one who 'oemes to havs enough enthusiasm for this. The vice
chairmanship is not a passive zob. neither is membership on a committee,
and very soon I am going to %et out a letter to members of committee,
that will enlighten them some I bope, They sse5 to think it is an honor
to serve, and that they do rot owe the Fed&cition anything. Of course,
the Federation cannot do Much towards the building of good roads, but
they.can agjitate and ediucrte people up to the necesaity of sam, and this
is what the clubs can do. The club can put the matter up to the County
Commissioners, andd keep talking until they get then to do somethingg, They
Cabuid all akt for 100 feet high aya eve-rTwh-s.
I f ou go to an.y of theoo places, X'would advise
that you write to the president of th]l club and announce your coming,
and .sk for cooperation of the president sad the club, and tell them that
you will be glad to cooperate in every way possible in raising a sentiment,
and orystalizing same for good roads. Our part of course, is mainly edu-
oational work. As soeo as I can get straight with the world, I am going
to see what can be done with the tabulations you gave me of good roads
data, expense of printing, etc,, aid see if the Federation can afford same,
and before this in printed, have your other data that you wo ld like to
add to same, As to the president of the club, I would not advise you to


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take Mrs. lickh, as she has the canning club work. She would not have
the time to give -ycur club ths attention it needs, and I fear this will
hurt the club. This h happened to another club I have in mind, whose
president in the oannigg aent also, and the club wa on the verge of dis-
banding. She is a fine woman, but there is no person who is capable
of doing only so much work, and it would not be fair to the club to have
her take on much more. Mrs. Lemasters, I am afraid is not agressive
anough, although a splendid woman. You folks know your own business best,
a~d knc w tihe women weh are most capable better than I, aad it is not sup-
posed that the president of the Federation should "butt in,* with these
local Matters.
As far as tbe cood roads work goes, I would like for you to
do whatever your hands finA to do, and your brains as well.
With warmest regard and best wishes,
Sinlersly,


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
February 1, 1916.






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

My Dear Mirs Jennings:

Your recent letter to
:Tiss Harris, is being held for her attention
as soon as she returLns to Tallahassee, which
will be about the 10th of February.

The list of Presidents and their ad-
dresses, was sent by .Irs. Ilinium, and I am
sure iMiss Harris will appreciate this very
much.

Yours truly,



Secretary


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CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL
Day Message
Day Letter Blue
Night Message Nile
Night Letter I N L
If none ol these three symbols
appears after the check Inumber of
words i this is a day message. Other-
wiseitscharacteris indicatedbythe
symbol appearing after the check.


WEST"


UNION


TELDURAM
NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT
GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. VICE-PRESIDENT BELVIDERE BROOKS, VICE-PRESIDENT


CLASS OF SERVICE I SVIMEOL
Day MeijAqe
Day Letter blue
Night Me gage NIl
Night Loeter N L
II none of theie three symit.ols
appears after the check i numbc-r of
words i this is a day meris ce. Oiher-
wise its character is indiiotedbs the
symbol apDer.nq arher the check.


Ef EVD fT W . BLDG., COR. BAY AND LAURA STS., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. A~wS


MIAMI FLO 1038A FEB 1 16


MRS W S JENNINGS


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PRES FEDERATION WOMANS CLUB JACKSONVILLE FLO

PLEASE WRITE ME NOW EFFORTS AND OUTLOOK FOR MOTHERS PENSIONS

IN FLORIDA FOR NEXT SATURDAY MEETING

MRS A L ANDRUS


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Vice President at Large: Vice President Fifth Section:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami PRESIDENT MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Vice President First Section: MR W NGS. Ja onv Recording Secretary:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico MRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Vice Pr-eid-rn Secoid Sectic.n. Secretary to General Federation Corresponding Secretary:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Vice President Third Section: Treasurer:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Vice President Fourth Section: Auditor:
MISS KATHRYN THORPE, Daytona MISS BESSIE A. WILLIAMS, Crescent City


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Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City
Civil Service Reforn,:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE IM. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
MRS. IVA SPROUL-BAKER, Miami
Public Health:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona
Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami


CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville
Industrial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. W. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Corner at;o n
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Forestry:
MRS. M. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville
Waterways:
MRS. M. L. STANLEY, Daytona
Good Roads:
MRS. O. BROWNELL, Jacksonville
PRESS


MRS. H. S. JENISON, Chairman, Jacksonville
State Editor General Federation Magazine and Busiess Rep .
MRS. FRANK B. JENNINGS. Jacksonvile
State Editor Times-Uniot.
MRS. A. B. VANCE, Jacksonville
State Editor Reporter-Star:
MRS. E. W. D. DUNN, Orlando
State Editor Tampa Times: (
MRS. J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa


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Seminole Indians:
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
PoyalPalm S~atr Park:
MRS. JOHN GIFFOR D, Cocoanut Grove
Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Burseu of Information and Historian:
MRS. KIRK IUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Endowment Fund:
OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


State Editor Miami Metropolis:
MISS GRACE JARRETT, Miami
State Editor Ocaia Banner:
MRS. C. H. LLOYD, Ocala
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
MRS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


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Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. lt, 31916.


iEr. T. V. Lcore,
Vice President at Large, F.F.W.O,
Miami, Fla.
My dear Mrs. 1Hoore:-

I have your two letters of recent date.
I do hope Mrs. Pennybacker is comingl to you. So
glad you are having such a nice visit with Mrs. Clar"k.
Before I forget it, you are a member of the endow-
ment fund committee. I had to make the officers, except the two seere-
taries and auditor, mrembera of this oomrittee, as it seemed it was neves-
sary to have the beat women on tbia work, and all of our good women seem
to have been taken for the committees. I did not take the secretaries,
as they have so much to do, and auditors' have been pressed into long
service, and our resolution permitted only nine members.
If you can arrange some way for me to meet Dr. Small,
I will be pleased to do so. I will write and ask him when he and his
wife expect to pass through Jacksonville again, and arrange a conference.
Of course, it is out of the question our getting any iore land I think,
but one never knows what they can do until they try. I am plad you are
going on this tour with Mrd. Gifford. Mrs. Leightt 'onroe has just written
Mrs. Frank Jennings, asking her again when she wants the material from
your club for the magazine. Please see that it gets to Mrs. Jennings
at once, because if it reaches the magazine after the 10th of this month,
we :rill lose our four page, and of course, you know how dependable Mrs.
Monroe is, when it has to come by mail. She never gets things in on time.
I am glad you are to send a picture of Royal Palm Ave.
I will send the out as you have requested to Mr. Robinson. I will also
send some data about what we wre going to do, if I can possibly get time.
I will be in the midst of proof reading now of our year book, having got-
ten the last matter on docket.
I will take the matter up with Mr. Ingraham that you
mentioned.
Now to explain about Mrs. Blakesly. Before the Fed-


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ration meeting, nhe wrote me a letter asking me to appoint Mrs. Byrd on
the Royal Palm Park Committee. If 7rs. Ballard will stop to examine things
more fully, she wrill realize that the statement that all the presidents
of other clubs being on cormittees, is not true. For instance: Mrs. Stran-
ahan is not on the cori.mittee, neither is Mrs. Leight Monroe, nor Mrs. Pad-
dock, Mrs. Kirk M!unroe, nor MNr. Red of the Larkin oluh, they preferring
to substitute someone else. Then too, as in the oase of Mrs. Stranahan,
Mrs. Kirk lunroe and Mrs. Leight ronroe, they are chairmen of other com-
mittees, and by unwritten law, are not perriitted to serve on other com-
mittees. With all the wonenn ve have in the Federation, we have to be care-
ful not to use the same women on different cornittees. M'rs. Blakesly is
on the legislative committee of the Federation, and can probably be of
more help to us right there. It would not do to have two women from the
same club on the same committee,
You r~may asnd I;rs. Ballard this part of my letter if you tifh,
and ask her to return it to you.
As fa;: as I -know, no application has been sent in by the
Mother's Club of Key 7Weat. Please stir them up so that we can get them
in by the Board cieetirg.
With warmest regards and beet of good wishes,
Sincerely,


President.


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Jacksonville, Fla.* Feb. 1st, 1916.


Mrs. 5. F. Miller,
Vice Pre:ideont of Section 1, F.F.7.C.
Valrico, Fla.
My dear Mirs, Tiller:-
Do these auxiliaries you speak of s' port orgE;niza-
tions in a way with '-eir own constitution and by.l dcs, 'hy allow
the men to vote in their meetings? just because your woin:n' au'tiliary
belongs to a mixed organization of men and women, would'not necea3arily
keep it from belonging to the Fedoration, but w.e cancit dmit organiza-
tions where men vote, although sorae organizations do have men as honorary$
members. I think maybe, you would have to have your own constitution and
by-laws, which would keep the men from voting on your election of officers,
etc., but tlat would be very easy to do, and you can also adopt some special
name, and then add auxiliary to this improvement association if you wish.
Of course, the auxiliary organization understandes hat it is controlled
by the la.rgr organization, and thio phase you would have to torw out, as
you are on the ground, and know the conditions better than I.
I am enclosing a constitution and by-laws for fear you
have riot received samne which you nivht read up on eligibility of clubs
for meTbership. However, it is not as clear on some questions as it might
be, and in these cases, we follow a precedent. A club -would have to have
its own constitution and by-laws, elect its own officers, and not have men
voting members, to become members of the Federation. I am very anxious
of course, to have as many clubs as possible, and your club is doing such
splendid work, I hope we may be able to welcome them at the February Board
meeting. I hope you will attend this Board meeting. I really think it
will be the most important Bosrd me ting during the year, probably.
We were allowed nine Board members for the Endowment
Committee in the resolution, and as we feel that the officers are in closer
touch with the people of the State than any other members of the Federation,
I have appointed all the officers except the secretaries and auditor, on
this committee. This would make you a member of the endowment committee,
so I will look to you to help us as much as possible with the work.







J23- Mirs. 7. F. N,

Could you not geet your womants auxiliary, and then the men of your im-
provement association interested in collecting dimes for the Royal Palm
State Park? You know that this is a State proposition,and we are depend-
in' on the oluTb omen to give the opportunity to everybody in the State
to contribute to this work.
'With the completion of the Tamiami Trail, it will put this
park as near to one side of the State as the other.
The Board r.e3tig you know, will be in Daytona, February 16th
anc 17th, and I expect you have -.cur card by now. We are to have a big
Reoiprocity meeting up hzer Febru ry 14th with the W'oman's Glub, and I
hope it will be possible for you to come up here at that time to the meet-
ing on your way to Daytona.
With warmest xegards and best wiahea,
Sincerely,


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Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. slt, 1916.


Mra. Percy V. Pon:myboakTr, President,
General Fdc a.tion of Women s Cl.ub.,
Hotel Seville, Havana, Cuba.

My dear Mrs. Peniybaoker:-

Mr. Jenuir.ng' h ..il n ttUn fb the V.o fricuda
th lc he felt would be of scrvioe to you, "~ nd. should yov not find that
they had call-L upon you, kindly notify thsm of your a:rival as scon as
you rctturn from the isle of Pinms, beo::use t Mjii t be -cs.-iIle that they
mib6ht mn.ia: 4cu, ana the people in the hotel would fail to give you the
message t 4cat they Iad called.
The Miarqi /-ormen are vary enthusiastic over the
thought of your probable coming, and I do hope that you will find a way
to arrange to stop over and give the .ia.i worn 1;bs two daya I asked for.
I think you will never regret it. I have plarned that *hey hold one
large m oting, inviting all the women's organizations from Fort Lauderdale
down, and give you one very large meeting, to which of c. urse, they would
wart you to spe~:k. Then, Hre. T. V. Moore, Vice Pre-aident at Large of the
Federation, who lives in I.ia.i, would arrs.nge to have you visit the places
of -nost interest and accompany you to these places herself. I have saked
them not to multiply meetings, as you are trying to rest, and to invite
all the women to this large gathering to meet you, so that the rest of
your time miLht be left you for eight seeing.
We have a Federation boardd meeting on the 18th
and 17th of this month at Daytona, and we would be easpeclaly pleased if
you could atop off there, and the date of the Board meeting is not too
late for you. Mrs. Stanley, President of the Daytona Club; is very an-
ioQs, a a of curse I am, that you honor us with your presence.
On the 14th of Pebrruary, at 3:~00 otalook in
the afternoon, at the 'oman's Olub here, we will hold a big Reciprocity

Day meeting. I am giving you these dates with the hope that you may be
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tona is beautiful of ocurae, but I think you would feel more fully repaid
if you have not time to give to other-plaoee, to give the two days to
Miani. Should you find it convenient to atop in Jacksonville, and be
present on our Reciprocity Day meeting, I will ibe delighted to have you
as my house guest while here.
I trust that you and your friends may have a delightful
visit in Cuba and the Isle of Pines,, and that the letters whioh Mr. Jel-
nings haa sent you may be of service to you.
I 'ill be glad to meet you at the train as you pass thx;ough,
if you should decide you cannot stop, if you will let am know date and
tine of arrival.
\With wtarmeat regard andE beat of jiood wishee always,
Sincerely,


President.


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Jacvsaonville, Fla., Feb. 1st, 3916,

:rs John Gifford,
CGairn.an Pa rk Colmi ttee, F.F.*W,0,
Coconut Grova, Fla.

:y dear MIres. Gifford:-

I am Oo delighted with your letter, and the
splendid results from your .iork and tha dime strip. You certainly
deposited a splendid sum. Miss Jackson was only to aend out roaeiptn
to the individual for $1.00 or lnore. This was done to relieve you
of some responsibility, although of course, you would be expected to
send themL ao.nowled3lements which aou-:d be 14 the form of receipts al-
so. The receipts you sent are all right, and if it will disarrenge
your books, just continue as you have planned sasre. I note you are
l-.oping amounts by clubs to themselves, giving individuals oaedit, which
is a splendid idea.
I will be so glad to have the piotures.
I suppose you have noticed in the letter heads
that they have spelled Royal with a *P"A I presume this is to start
a new fashion. Am very sorry that it happened, but will have to cor-
rect it in the next lot. It seems impossible to keep these mistakes from
creeping in.
I think it is just as vell to keep check until you
get enough to send Mies jackson. There is no necessity to send them every
time you get one. Mrs. Loveland has promised to send me some photos
too, and I think I will get quite a number on hand, as the club women,
it seems now, are very ignorant of this work, and of course, we will have
to educate them up to it. The pictures are as good as any we will get
for a while, and are really very good I ttink.
Am glad you are having such splendid cooperation
from the presidents of clubs in your advisory committee, Receipts you
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Jackson duplioatin, your work, and will be all right I think. The
chairman sends an aknovrledgomrent for educatic-nal funds, and Tisa Jackson
sends a receipt, but this ray will do as long as you have started it.
I am very proud of the progress we are making, and I think by the time
the road reaches the park, we will be able to do something very definite.
I have been interviewing some of the men who voted against our appropri-
ation l.st year in the Legislature, and several of them have told me
that they will support our bill for an appropriation next year. They
think our work a great thii*. I think before the Legislattre meets next
year, ro better 1writo a letter: explaining everything to their, and we
better recent a bill.to the Legislature for appropriation, and I do not
think we will have any trouble. The Tallahassee TIoman's Club thinks we
ashoIl ask for 5000.00. I think in your report to the Board, it would
not be a bad idea to ask for $5000.00 for the two years, and this will
prepare the people for same, and get the club women to talk to their mem-
bers of the Legislature. You know, one has to begin a long time before
hand to educate the Legislature up to a thing, and it is a Lood idea to
corrence on what we want.
As Mrs. Pennybacker passed through here the other day on her
way to Cuba and the Isle of Pines, I asked her to give Miami and that
section two days, and have written Hrs. Hr oore and Mrs. Leith:t Monroe
to send her an invitation. If they arrange for a meeting, tpey will have
a. bi 10eetinr at the Wonanta Club, and invite all the clubs from Fort
LauderOdale down to this meeting. Mrs. Pennybacker is trying to rest,
and do nct want to multiply meetings for her, so will have a big meet-
ing, and Mrs. Uoore is to arrange sane trips through the country. I
think this will be all. Mrs. Moore will let you know, but keep watch out
for the paper so you will not miss meeting her.
Mrs. Grace Julian Clarke, who is the press chairman from the
General Federation, from Indiana, is also a member of the BPard of direct-
ors. 'he is visiting in isami now, and Krs. Uoore c.An tell you where to
find her. I would lik very much for you to meet her also.
You beater address your report to me at Daytona, care of Sers.
M. L.' Ptanley, Pre-ident of the Palmetto Club, and that will give you
the last minute to put in your last donations to the park fund. Be sure
and get it off on the mail of the 14th. Not later than this please.
I think I would get it in time if you would d send it then. It should be
a report that could be filed with the Secretary, and if you can have it
typed and make it in seven copies on the thin onion skin paper, and there
is nothing in it that you object to having printed, these reports are
usually printed in our pages after the Board i:eeting. This mii-ght tend to
enthuse the club women, and get them to work harder on the dime stripe.
I wish you mi ht get a statement from Dr. Small also, and
embody in your report, which could also go in the pages.
With warmest regards and best wishes,
Since rely,


President.


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Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 2nd, 1916.


brs. Ceorge M. WrirKt,
Chairman 7C-c3ation, P.F." .C.
Lake.man, Fl.

y i .ar 'rs. rir.st:-

.-ouwill find enclosed an application from .Iiss
Rex Todd of Ocala, vw'hich ex. lains itself, and also copy of letter I
haw written her.
Of course, I realize, havin- just coiae froii Ocala,
that the o.aI's Club. thee are m1ina every effort to icuc-t their rpay-
Lzents on their club hou.: but it A.iit be possible t'st t ey might
take up the matter of the scholarship, wT c h in the Homie coino.ics
department would cost "f'15.00,
Iope you are well.. ."iti love and2 best wishes,
Sincere ly,



Presid ent.
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Jac ksonv-cr VE, a., Feb. 2nd, 1916.


iiss Rex odd,
.0.... :: 's Coil.t e e e,
all .ahiassee, '' P,.

"y .er Miss To^:-

In t:'e first pl!.ce I wish to ti'ank you for your
coiuttesy and kindness, and the hospitality of your Hose J.oK%. 1r
class I wish you to e:tenA my apFrc'-ciation of t'-is courtesy, .
convey to t-c. ic .y thanks. TP'e class hiad a beautiful dinner, and one
of the ost beautifully served of any I have ever been onore;, with,
&;nd ev-mt.th;.ng was deliciously Tr o-' red. This letter is a trifle tardy,
but must convey,, my appreciation nevertheless.
T hav~ been axceedin~lly buss since my return with
many tVhin. that demand my attention, aind it has been imiposr.ible to
write before. Tie Horie tO orioo:ics Dcp;artment of the college is beco.lnL:
quite famous, -nd of course, a -ritt deal of credit for this is due
the 'irls who labor to make Vie department a success. I hope so-:e
time to "sve the pleasure of meetinri you and the class a,,Ain.
'ith best of good wishes to each and every one of
you,
Ios t sincer1 ly,


President.


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Jacornvillre, Fil., Feb. ';..., 1016.

"... Rex 0~6. ,

'allshassee, Fla.
;- dear "'.Ls T.d d:-

I haw yc.'r. e1.tter about t',e fede'.r-'.t'n se',cholar-
rsIr, and as the I '' irr.p of "'duclt n as f #ir J of t"iA '"'- -;-i v
ci-nml .e-r letter to her. "rs. George '1 '%, 71--7L :d, is ^air-
man of Tu':"ti on, to Vwom the *.'pplcrt 'n n. 'r -."' Co. -. coa rse, if
you have T.. ot er *.-.y cf receivirjl en ecdlu.,ition, t'-is re' clahrzCip
wo:L not be open to ,,ou, but if :oM Coul Id.d go 'be.!: to collor'e with-
out this n;istn" you o(.d be ael iibl7e. I ~;.ill rck :r... r .-'ht
to write vou letter al-o, 1 .,!'3 ask i er to -?.s..ce :.ur i nae oni t- e rp-
Tl'.c.if n list. I ti.: .r yIv ri. 8 this u: ola.rVAip, yo',' oulct ar-
..'-i soe iE. t go0 brc'1 to f'f.ri. b I ; i lo kiot m nov just h c h f:"Aiy
names are al:e~tid oC ycra or t':o 1..st, nd sie onl' y r.Vte one oc':olarsip
you know.
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O aL ; :."i public c .eait.', t''. l' ".C: .


Sdeiar ,. "h itfr-d:-

I have ?-.g a talk wlth "'r, Fac, aCnd told -.ti
t At ;e would e .ibo., ina our neztx literature sent out e-' you to:e roquei t
t'Lat olub voiuon assist in briLi,; 9l, tOhe "':.'yle.ss .' onie ai tibe *oCelesOs
aE-)'," rL; thir in tS' Ccl.-:r: ti. on of ab y e''ek, bu ; tL v e had
deciUdc t rt'. coul not i-,cor'-orate in this literature any req.rst
w-atsoevor for f.... t, as tQ:e federation vas ima:. some pretty 'ieavy
,1. on the club women and clubs for fund for ti~-r tion work. "t
Lt*! club 'omen hadc rE.t. :ondet.. nobly to i,. ot/er r4er;uc-ts in the Cicle
', :' t-t .t t 'ou .'t :,Qo l.ad better wait until later in the season,
and -i-e a.is pp djiect t t t' club l4 ome n imiJself. He ~rrees tlat
this is probably best, a 0 aInks us for taking up tile ot'er .e of
'his.l r....sti.n, .ad is to.embody le fact in .: is literate e t' at t- e
Fzl'-sa i.icr will tl; to help in bri..'inx the& T',byless i:a..e and the
:io.el.cs Baby together o:..,1, ab, .eck celebration.
I' ai .:c:losiii; you another letter I cave ig;st
rece iv:L '.
I do ot ,1rnow anyt1i., about rs* CCG,' personally,
but fill find out about '.er if pos!i:ble, as I know a great many .e'.ple
at "ic 'leb-urr. I .... Incl io,: to bel.il.ve t;ou" petty nearly ev'-.ry/-
tMIn; sChe sys ,bout our LTo 'ioopitaIs, as .oy arc very lax in ..:.:,n.fe-
mfent, and h~ve -been for soie tie.
7.ith boaet of "oa vies,
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70e Ai-cnric'a :ch-ool y iene As3'n,
10 "cSt 40Q: 'r *
'c,- Yrk City, T. Y.

"y dear "',. Cr y:-

I beg to 'Iank you f e yenr letter of' J.Tainr ry 8t.,,
I an! very Clad to, tell .yeu thet our State "; 'erat i-n . O ooporc'" :at
with the 01 ildrei's Pureau at .sonington in the celebration of aba
Teek in FT'orAM. We hbpe to make it as -reat a success 5.). it is in
at'er ITrts of tife United States.
Te 7-.? in rlorlic: : hildrents iome neciety, T' ich
takes orvthn c ..ildren -i pla.rcs tl'em in homes, and added to the many
ot'er pl.ons for the celebrotion of M7:.e by 'eek, re are a'-V.:. to a:' veate
brir.ni- toge t er t -e "BabRless 'iame and t!e :..class Baby," by the
club 'women.
Our 1'ederatiln C'-.airm n .-ealth, Dr. Grace Thit-
ford, Ozona, 3l.,k is in ch;ir-p of t'lI s can.pal r:, 'i.th - .; Casten '.l
T-cords, -iran -r CGonservatin of the federation assisting f I am
sen~(.n" your letter to Dr. "itford, dn will be glad to 'ave any
other suC',-'.vtions yo., may '-v. ?. to. iubr.:it that wrild be of assistance
to us in bring -'tsr-- this Baby Week to a succe:;'-'.: conclusion.
Wtith best of coed vi'nezs ar, thanks,
since e r l.,


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Jacksonville, Fla., Fb. 2ri>, 1916.


i.s, Frani.l Sfctran aan,
Clhir&i..i Seminole Indian Coin-.ittee, F. 3'1. C
Ft. Lraucerdale, Fla.

y ~ea !"i: r. Stranahan:-
Thank. you verN much for your letter .' assist-
2-iLe i.n getting 'rYs. Harper to serve on the cooi ittee..
I am so l tO tl at opu had '~r E-.ra for a leo-
ture on the 31st. I ':ope it was a paid lect~.e, and t-at you made
some money for your club h"uc- bu! 6lJ r, fr., :1. I &lso -os; it was a
su.:'ess in every way, c dd feel -f-jotly :-ur tfat it woas.
I do hope you will succeed in gettin- Deer-
field into the Fe-:Idrtion. Am ce*rtainly- poud of 'anje., and while
they have not been admitted yet, we I,-.ve put t iir preidicnt on the
park conr.,ittee, because I feel uvir tIaey wac.oC be voted in.
If you have not :lain sheets of letter paper
to use '.Ih your letter hc:.'s, please write to "r;.. "iniuI to send you
so0-- to use for second .p~,,s to your letters, as we are trying to econ-
orize, and the letter .he::d cost so .nue..
-"ish- it m'lght be possible for .o-i to come up
to the Board meetI.n at Daytona the 16th an-3 17th.
Tit) w)rrrmest re;-:rds ind best wishes,
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J cli: onvi lie, iFla., Feb. En-c, 1916.


-".'r--. A. L. L.idr.si,
M!:.', Fla.

:y dear rs .,ndrus :-

Your telegram received, nd' I an goinr- to ::k
--3*. Frank Jennings, :.o .s on the State other'ss Pensions eoo:. .littee,
to 'i:rite you a letter on the subject f~r- our 'sttu riay maetin. I
find the ,en.-1sl to e of club eor'en .*o.at: t.-ls 5ension, v-..;y uncer-
taln. Cc,'tainly the r-intLin- of pensions :..uft be aippr-n,'. with great
care, and w~ must feel very sure of otl.r position, before we lay suah
a burden on t.'e tax ;i..ycrs of' t:V Sta-te. "E. mut of coL.Pose, help rpopl,'
to '-clp tie:. selves, but I feel 'rida would. :.iufer, as it .a. in the
Soldier"' pensitcris, nd L' s s is a. Cheat burden to the. State nOw. Dr. Anos
T'. utler, of Inclania, is opposed to :'ot her's pensions, and he probably
kno<7s more t' Lan anyone else on t'e subject. He lived in Indicnapolis,
anc ha-, 'iven his life to chlcritics, arei of prisorneos .nrr juvenile
delinquents. EK: claims t'ere isa a gret opportunity for fraud, P.nd elso
an occasion to paupsrize people by work of L:.iE kind, and is very
much opposed to L' is. Of course, ..',re are many sides to this question,
and I feel .Lat we as a federationn, must bc well infor-_cd on all sides
before we enforce sae,. I really havee not any special information, aln
I do not th ink t:.e com',nission has .iada a meetina yet, or if they have taken
up the study for the interest of this pension in Floida as yet. Thiey
are to report to the next Legislat~re, which is over a year off yet.
I an enclosing a little leaflet on the subject, rriLten by e'rs. W. B.
Young, "rs. T"-. Hooker of Ocala, is the ot-ier member for the Federation
on this cc..i. ..,sih.
""ith best of food wishes,
Sincerely,


Enclosure.


President.








MRS. J. A. HENDLEY. PRESIDENT
MRS. ROBERT STURKIE. VICE-PRESIDENT
MRS. M. L. GILBERT, SECRETARY
MRS. C. A. LOCK, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
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Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. EOid, 1916.


T-.
.r. E. C. L vel'i' I' d ,
Pr .- :id ent 'orEn's Club,
roLestead, ''la

'y dear "r ov. Loveland:-

Thank you so much for the 1iot-ures. They are
just fine. If you will let me pay for tEs largest sihe, I wo)l ,l like
very much to ihav about one dozen and a half for :.' omn use in giving
out to the club women. I think all tie vice FTrcs ide.nts should have
one, and of course in showing them, t-ey will -et dama-ed, and I will
lose then; I fear. That really is ti-e best picture I h.ve ever seen of
the .- rlr. It is a wbnrldr you co u.'-1 .-t rw.,c.- enough to get one as ,ood
as that. I would also like the interior picture. It was certainly
go-,d of yoa to send them.
I note from Irs. Gifford's report tait Lonfview
Club not only fulfilled its first pledEe, but did wonderfully.
I have interviewed several of t:ic men who voted
against our park apropriation at tie last Lerislature, and t'ey sz.y
they will help us now, 'e feel.that e asiould have "~503.00 for two
years That woiul give us some money to build with, as well as $100.0O
per monti for care taker.
Our dime fund for park seem to be steadily
grow ng,
Nithi thanks and best wishes,
Sincere ly,


President.




























Jac1-sonviJle, Fla., ?.-:b. 2ndJ, 1916.


lion-. J. ': i .r'-i .,
r. :.iC'-t Yodlel Land 2o.,

;.;y i]eFr asir:-

tr's. T, V. "oore of !"iar4i, writes M that t'.e x.': ri;;enal
Station on Friokell .1w (iue for laboratory work, is located: on l- e lot
ownct. by the ?. y, C. 1'y, or pr-obo'bly t' odr l LaHj Co., .'-. tha t the
lease 7,ill soon be up.
;-he was anxious or n m to wri Le Ari- ask tyo t ake the
matter up, so thc'at it wo1-'ld not e ve to 'I: movd "''-he was anxiu.1; fo
me to as y-'Ut also if you. 7ould not givne tie lot for this pOrW:::e.
Cert.aLi:ly, I I- ,.. iaiaEire U at a stipulation that e:e lot be n1;rd
only for ti is purpose could be inserted in tie conveyance of C'e gift,
s;-ould you decide you coL:.~i ar-raine saie. il.s wo."rd be greatlyy ap-
i:reclated by the local c.ople I think in la.ri cd Mrs. "oore tells
ae t.ot Dr. CiSall of the E~ptnioal gardens of Ter York Is down there,
this being'.his second visit t'.is year, and thinks the laboratory should
not be m.ovedl f'om t -is place. You will rern~-:be t' at -r. 'iarles Deer-
ing gave 23 acres for the government gardens at Eueia Vista.
Dr. Smaall Is rn-atly interested in our oval Pal Park,
and is m cin5 his second visit to it now,
'ith best of o.-dxL wishes to you and "rs. In. rah.in, in whieh
Yr* Jonnings joins,
PSinrce erly


President.


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Jaekonville, 'la ., Feb. 2n-, 1910.


Dr 1'. -
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T', deaV sir:-

I am very glad indeed cf your interest in atr royal ":lm
State Pvrk, and would be pleased to talk our p.r7: iatters ocv-. wit>:
you, ai.; if you will notify me :,.-;hen ;ou Z~r. J"rs, Small expect to return
throu-: ,Jtc3-.CviIle, and if ,'ou finJ it possible for you and-she to
tLo. for- a dr.7, I Twod Tbe very La~d to al on yo'. bot'- n: r confer' with
you s'h:o.1t our ;Cork -cs -:(.o.ld v:i"'y grateful for any su ,1atior.n .ou
may see fit to make irron ~ our large expor'iencc in suc. matters.
We T.,o exccuin ly i roud of our rtrk, and t:e encowment land
id: ? rs. "'laclr ia.s given us cf OGO acres, :.ich we ,;ve succe-eded In
e:c.t; : ,nl. ..iti tiai State for land t"'.at K joins the park. ihen tihe ard
road is ffinis'-o6, we i ll have on *rt 3r propr'rty nearly tro rand one-.half
.1.*Es of thi -li2'Ji.2 poad, 'w .ic.. oe, thri,., not only the section in
v-ic',1 or ';:'r is located, but the section of our endo,.ment land. My
iren is to preerv-a '-ar- a; -ossible the. natural ,,rjo th in this park,
and I would like to secure if -ozsible, money for the develop:..cnt of
botanical gardcn"., such as t. ey have in Java.' Certainly I reLiize t' ,a
I am looin," a Great distance into the future, ,l;J it will take years to
realize my :'ishcs, but one is to aim at the stars you know. T'.o soil on
the new land is between 18 and 24 inc-c.3 derp, :r we> h.ope to be able to
rent this for tomato Gro')inE for evr 8-al r.rs, which would bring us quite
a.revunue, snd then Ly decreess, wc can develop the botanical arclens..
I think from what I '-.ve le- rnecd in recent interviews with I
the members of toe !past Legislature, I s:at we will have no trouble in
getting, an appr6rri;tion for mainteni:nce when t'e Legislature meets sain..
I would op-reciate very much an article from you on this subject of our
park-, as I feel this -ould 'ielp us to secure funds for its development,
anri would mean a vreat contribution to oar work,
I hope t!at you and Yrs. %;..11 are havi. ';-a dCeliK'.tful visit
in 'iami, and that I :.1.11 be able to _e.t you both.
Very truly,































Er~. Florence P." Tiaden,
GSeretary Park Coomnittee, F.F.WIC;.
Cooonut Crcre, FA..

My dear Mrs. Haden:-
Thank y-u very much for your letter of ro.jnt tite.
I will etrai-htsn out my bocks~ and only put you down for i10.00 for
this year for the pcAr, and the endowment fund for the ;LaekepDr'8s Club,
about $100.CO, I think thia makes it about right. Thank you very much
for strai lhtening -me out.
Ou: Clmes .aeom to le coning in from Mrs. Giffor.'d'
last report.
Tith arr.eot regaard and teat of good wishes,
Sincerely,


President.


Tack-.soavi lle X.., 0 Fe 1st, 1913





























Jacksonville, e a., 'Feb. .u., 1916.

6-s. J. Varn,
r' dentown, 1 1..*.

.*' C'es-c Irs. Vern:-

A. '. Farnsworth, 14 ain. St., C..Luden, N. J., is
the name of tVe concern l-o print the foot .srips for pennies, rimue,-
etc., hut it seems to me if ynor club is goin" to use thee, etat
they s;-o'.i. first use ourls for the p;.7k., and help us to raise the
maaintenar cc fund. You can write to them for prices, T;'y -r $182.00
T r thouEanrd1, ard you ean have anything yoa wish printd'r on them.
T'Ie park you know., belonw:s to the i'ederation, ard
as ycir club is fPderated, you have as much interest in it as the rest
of us. .'Teen the Teiar1i 'T'ail is finished, your side ci t,.e State 'rill
be as ner the 'ra' as this sid.j of it, and iam anxious for all tie
club womenI to -ive.* +'e people of the State an opportunity to asj-ist in
t:.is work. I have iot 'heard yt how nriy of D these strips your club
v'ill tal to fill, You are not Rupposed to tale it out of ,your own
club fund, but ret donations from the public. Please see if you can-
not ret yar club to take. ome of ti.ese strips.
I may get to your club tis spring. I have given
"rs. P. Miller, vice preslilrnt of Section one in whi h you are lo-
cate-, t'e first week in U'~arch for meetings in her secLion. If you
can write and ask her to let your club 'iave a meeting, anid then you
invite all the other clubs near you, I am perfectly willing, but y:ou
will have to arrange with 'ier.
".it, best of good :ishes,
Siincer'ely,


Pre t ild ent.









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