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Finding Guide: A Guide to the May Mann Jennings Papers
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Title: Correspondence: 1916 March
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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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Am nearly dead with painters getting
in my way continually, ard calling to know my
wishes. Don't know how I have managed to get
through with your letters, but hope they will
be all right. Envelopes gave out, so maybe you
won't mind addressing a few for your little
'private secretary,' and do, if you have any
letters to write in the next two weeks, please
call Miss Fischer to help you, as I will have
all I can do at home until the painters get thro'
and I get straightened out again. Am dreading
it, but will be nice when it is all finished, and
you must come out and see how pretty it is. Guess
I will have to have some entertainment for the
club and get you to talk to us. About th-e only
way to get one so busy as you out here. You and
I have more business than John D., haven't we?
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S- are not Sbuilding r-.=._: for today or tomorrow, but for years a .

c-:. Lands are ner:-, as os or -r as easily secured for ri ;t-,o-.c..a

..: .. a t .;. for pros;.:3c ive cc:'._"'.r'...-"'jion,,
i... a road is o-.. led, values on pr:-. -sry ..ut in

be- in to soar. .,.-S rioht--cf-.y~s s':..ild e ;.;..l -:., in van.ce

of font:r.;..l7,,.d rc-. construction. The Cui'ut Com.-issioners ar- o. c

ony ur..ians of :-i e :.o 1s intere- for' pr nt, ut a ..e-

. sive _.'oy pursuedi y one shapes the fu-.-r deve-.:....

Sof .. county, and is an incentive to hir successors.

'L,:t-of-i:ays for main .-i..-.:,y purposes I'-..uld not

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ar riatic yo.i'ilitis ar not wei _' -5, I would oe delighted if

County Co:.si3ic :.-'s wuld5 appeal tQo it nearest tomms Club, 1-

s:.id a comrmiittee ovsr L pd efore 0 o.. .-..1

aiAn is ':-,un, and .ri' coi ittse to nake su ;a tions. iA saf w y,

of course, cis t le"- all _-...b ..l-i.ch raeces.ity doas no't oca6.-Jl to

be destKxoyed.

7.T ;'- ,:i, south from 4yal Palm S'al'- ;: to the Culf,

bih oulh a e Oat p -C- t-,l district, is to have an ei;- h': fCoot in-t-.of

war O- l3y one in t'he "ate that I know of. It will lend itself
Ta, t'- :- cnlyr one in "he -:. te h e"" -i 7 I le, 1J, 5 f

S,:.didly to t"be .-if.ication, i '.e inty .. to as that yal y'1L

co sc-l'a palms, -:Aal poinoians, jaarandau trees, alternanU with
:.vu :h !.uL.1j as hibiscus and ,^.;.~;lc ; I5e used on all rf.a,.-i., in this

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Plantin g :....,


ca :cefull.y considered, as it is the Ereat *sy note to success of the

: ral& schem?.e of ".1'., avenue street plantin, M rs. i.-.,

thb ..-"riran of Conservation ...part ent o;- f the a.ne.-..... y tion

of :.. n Clubs, in .of .. Lincoln Hi -...y planti:, wits

"A co. .:1..-ive .-i':i--_ plan ..ill .a worked out in which each st.Ot

ti.-cunh which the hi,.j.ay .ozs, ..ill'choose a glan-tin, :.Ltif, *r;ir

suhtrees, shrubs '.- fle .:xs "a are native to that sta'.4"

'TLs plan can ; used successfully in counties of the state, thl.i--

t5t Di::i g. Fi h.- y for our c. ...le. -,ch c..nl; should chcos; a

.lt.'.- ...oQtif, u.ai-n such tr-;s, shrubs and flowers as are native

to, and i.re,'.' rinost lujo;..:intly in that ipoa.iion Only in this way

cai the best results obt..inei. This is the 11r. I h,.ve sB-oal d

to olubs, .n.. c, n, most -.artily to you.


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rS* ",-eC.;. continues: "The roadside .1..:.'i-., offers one of the

greatestt opportunities for educating the people to an -pi'e;iation

f the best -.. rialss >-.1 methods for planting their own h:lcs

round;, .-:. shows the k.ssibility of n..'l.ing 'Lt roads into vast

*:c-a.Lys witl-cu.t the cost of buying, l.-..-.. Cr.e .1.ndid f.a-Ltu.C

;f :Lis work is that -h- :clc.l c -ildrsn are bei:. .:L",a ht to co-
...rate, and in ".y states the -1:ille n are le~d:.: en-.'t~tiic

workers. The 3 islatue ::3ssed a :.~.oial law ;rraittin t'ih:

County Cc3c.:issioners of Dade County to do road l-tin_, ...r. :. "me

'f '`Iese roads are *,i:-iri_ to 'i a:u.iP1.1 wit h their lovely,

Lacey '.ustrlian -.s, ...ich is the .rinci.le tre used* Tho

Frcestr; Chiri.,r of our -,T*ration, '&r. E.H A. C0i:;ls, will soon

La:ue a lttexr to all of ti:-- County Co.i..i.itn.nrs of the te,

:e ,uestin a.;,..rLiiAtions in .''ir respective bu1J0ts for r:ad

,l-nti--,, ama a siL .ilar letter will be sent to each club in the

nt -te a:skin thi. t :, endorse the i. -vema.ent :nd .C elp to secu:ri re-

ju-lt in their ccnt'.


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D.'e County Commissioneris .'.v. blolaed the way with such splendid

::.;.:les of the success of this plan, that I hope :hat other

Counties will .cun adopt it, "e owe to the 'elbourne roman's

l.ub, the :1 _i, I"Plant a tr1%e for th: .: ..," which &.^ adopted

Oy our CoreKt:. Chairman last year for the 7e-ration. .Certainly

there is no :'re '-.autiful r;:-;in than a livi?-. one.

.Na.4-r-l Slce.aryi

.rd Sherman on natural scenery further remark, t-at it "is

one of our country's ,.;oj impol ant and most ennobli:,. resc.urcs.

Places of pic'.u-sque scenic "-.:auty are becom.in_ fs.ver, and &~

Siinii shing in .i 'Cur arI-* of natural L...uty -n. nLtur

or of special soimntific interest, should be set aside for iu::li.

recreation centers, placed un&ir pidrer control and saved for the

peoj..l for all ti.e. The eco--.c;io value of the natural sooenry

as a national a.set, and its ethical influen.ie on our lives can
h-.l.y be ove .sti,. .d need more na.'ural public i~.-,-rounds
for the people, munici1--; state and national,"
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r make a ...ecial ,l.a ,-.. ': cs and shrubbe::y left to grow

ws close to the r ,.-way as the construct ticn will permit. &cuse

the s-.-;.sly .ines or t"':. -u.ctu c,-`, .-3 a little liear the road,

and there is 1.i: 1::.od of ':l.sir .eir. 2-c-n dow in the dim fu'urs,

leave th-,i,; tLc..;- took l:ui..- .-: of yea. ;'3 to i':..., idl their value

Ls iilpcesible to es"ti;.-te, if time 0. o..-.Ldered. It only ti.es

pn hour or Co to clear the way, and remove an co'k.:rction. In

some of th. uro:e." countries, tree cutt.in. entails a rat 5.,al

of governmental red tape .zxsta-ta:u); aizlittisa. kax :ASa.ixaK
;h3^axBSKy.J;azxizsJszis3ala:KxSax.ts::; u^;:.^S:1sixla:G:. s,^s^:: rat^xxx

?o.~ars of County Co-,iiJ ic.ns.i

The statute of 1201 chapter 4SE, gives thL County C:L.-

,issin-ers -ier ~c buy and plant !.rces on road ways. They have

--Jclute control over r:.d ways, trees, etc.; they can have them

t vractive or otherwise, each county should vie .,ith its neighbor

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The C"Corm'd ssi one xe s'LZ-uld.prohibit -he ex'e-'ini off bill-

b and. the of -'osters .Ji over IL1 --;-s, ui-:idii thtii.

jur 'isciction. The 7Udexration will r-xesent a biill to the next

L. t uI auae aeekhia2 in; x;Iohi biti o n of --'this nu.ii.:1 -ea ioh max

bey bof' so many of our d.rives.,and ca o by oobstructin- the

view of' a C i n, the rd, J life

Our v~isitoca*

Floxii., h&;- a population of about con-:- riail-lion zop."La, zia

this year our visitors are st~r.:tei at a Li,.llion- If -we L- to

snte,~'t~in hua .uests, we ~re- for d ;y dio ,,e no t
cordial
smulte this z.j-i3it o0fn hospitality in our tat3 O---ay cc

raunicipal huwe-Le. .i. 7ho as it that aptly r I:;t

first a S1i.ns are lastir'n,? inat1d. of drreary, Icnr, plain

:d-i;;aya let us each and every one dco c'.Zr ,a t ts Im t eri t'--ir n

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Shav the soil and oli:L-,- trees, f1.;rs and sh'--a Grow mar-

v, lously luxurient; why not ', in now? -n a h.r time, ricrid

o ul.d *-e fajus for its li..:v'ays*

Beauty -.ts.

Thae examples of what can be acom pli'-ed. in ;.i y l..ces in

t e State sand the results that have i7:n, ol.-tiine in the few in-

s :-ces I will :...3ation, were -.3oiLplished wit.,.ut oeat ~ t work eand

v ,ry little ex.-eriiture of money, Tall-hasse-s is already noted

f >r its I:auttiful drives and nearly all the .rc;-j.:h is r-tur-.l

,a en.ry 'sevrv-,. On 'ihese drives one sees the pictur'e-ssue t o'esi-

d. ac-d Lda, the stately iiiesa, ind in the c:&ino, -lite cli-':oc*c in

f .ll flower, migGled with the pink blccom of th- judas tree, craj-

a:ple, whioh form dense hed"es, the -:l-ite plum and haw, with the

tscnled luurient mas-Lsa of yael.lov jasi-ine, honeysuckle and cheroc e

x; aea a :erfecz riot of alowin- andm Clended colcr in -rofusicn







;, .-cple of old Leon realili-n the wor't- of such attractions

asartic out ;'ars .a o to conserve *m _Coay,, ,.an of their

r ads i;.:-ut a picture worthy an ar -ist's "':ruslh. The :;.e result

o n be obtrin;d a.ll oa:;' Florida. '"ht mak.ss t:-'.e cSae so sc.i hi

after and attruative a' Ormond, Daytc*ni, sri.. :i.y.n&, DeL.d, Orlando

a.d .inter Park? The fa:aour Indian River drives around r.:rt Pierce

aidd else.he1., and the Coconut Grove drive elo.j "'i.r;.i? It is not

so much on accuij. of the s alniid Irad.i bout th eatest attractio

i the natural ,.'c.th, for r.i-y of these drives have nh ..r .-laltinr

dne .:htever, and et ~-y are bi:cIsrfully beautiful. T-. Arije-a

t CleCi:',.a;r, the ne': road just constru-cted by :L~rn no County

i'nd th'-.' .u about two miles of tree cab': es al-.a'n on either

Zide of the road, and under t -e.e trees are fields of fern* I

ave ':e-n told that nothing e.cels the attractiveness of this drive.


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CO the raci from Tampa to Clea-L~ber, the scrub i;.li3tto has made

a 1d.e on eit3- r i. 'l of ':b road, an it is unusually effective.

T e Couhty will -c.nd. an.- build a better r o.d here, annd I daresay,

ii its construction deatroy this, its chief attraction.
What c- men ar? doing i .

ThL Federation with its c,00 club ,;i.en, bthro-.h its 115

L-- a.ied clubs, run'Clr thn conservation depai",tieit,throul its

committees for Goci Roads and Forestry ar1, trying to crests and

arouse sentiment everywhere thrcuhout the State, for more roads,

better Tro d, *v;ier road ':,;.ys aindI r.c.e Leautiful rfc-~a roads

that will atitact, allure and enchanL-; roads that are to make

ioridai famous in t;he future. Good roads and. beautiful roads are

S ,atter of education and an ,,awal:ening to a realization of our dire

recesaity and utter helplessness to develop our E:'.ate without theu,.

It is not only uc;m.hs i..t to a-it.-;te the subject eve ry.hre, but

Jt is her part, to h-i educ -t '-th; uV;llic in i.n.ral to t.eir ,r&at

a e, and our orgAnis~ation can .iZj.s help in se: urin.J, Le. ilatio by

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o-o, ratirn, with the -ln to crys-talize public opinion in behalf of

cementnt or is of public iip anc. Surely our road build-

ng takes ..r~aedcnt of all other necessities in the develoi:ant di

ur fair o.3--, The .cc.n of the IGorgia Federation under the lead-

rship of their pre ;idn. -, Mrs. Pits.e iLok, .. or .-. iin.c au.ilia-

ies e.ve.;:',:.re for Leau.'ifying Dixie iT- i-rh:.ay. Florida *.ci.en are

ncludi-i, all roads, and the work is done under forestry cor.iittees

f the clubs, or by the club as a whole, Unity of puri.ose never

ails to 2ount in obt..inin_ results. As a result of what wo-men's

Ir...i. ti:n can acco.lish, I am using the activities of a few*

Winter Haven Civic L.-:ue has planted 500 Australian oaks, eucalyp-

us and cai;.hor: trees on the drives arQund the town The Leu--;

iad the trees carefully staked. and ater-'d all the year, and did

ot l,3se a sin,.e tree.


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ey 'have also i.sda trks around the raii.;ay station, which h is in

urse of erection, due to their efforts.

Rail'.7ay Stations T:-d Attention,

"hile we are on the subject, ";'..-utification" of roads, may

Snot diverge a little and brio to your attentionn. needs of our

,uch nilleotec railway stations, A word to the .;ise is sufficient,

*nd please do not forget that first i,i essi.ns o r..ils I tirt. An

instance has been brought to my personal knlwlsd-e of a party of

several people who urcha;ed tickets to a certain "..e.utiiul little

inland town in the .tate. About ten miles from-the town, there is

Junction~ which of course, kills the toi-r, .a visitors have

o chanL~e oars. The people I sreak of gcif off of the train, but

Shen they sew the junction, they lot back on the train rnd. :;ent on

o Tari.a. '"' do not know how often this ha~rens to little towms

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..t -~any of our stticns- -."'a-;e. a .itiful and doleful a. _.eL-

,ce, and are a dis ,rac5 to the Stat~. crrt o.. h until
ie force a o-.n.c in these Tonditions. The Baxtow women are beau-

ifying t-eir s3'tion by planti-n; 1300 rose bushes on the grounds,
Cnd other clubs are also working alone t.heso lines, _,..on .i them th
Lome of our Civic Chairman, Dade Ci';-
Trea^ Plantii-^ "y n's Clubs.

Ths Ocala WcLun s Club has planted the road f-omii Ooala to

'ilver -.ings to oaks, usinj about 500 trees. As the road is
-rr-ow, thIy hav .lt.c '--at-d. c ke every 80 f.-t apart on each side

)f the read, and intend to slant l-.alLttoes bet-.;;en, which .lan
a'y help to solve the .i'roblem that a narro,; road presents to others<

prooksville 7T,-OLn1s Club plans to plant on the nse.. rook road to -he
Arl.cus Weekir;aches s,-inris, twelve miles away, the car..-h .r tree of

ci C--rce. They have also helped to secure a donation of land for

countyy parl: uri:oses, about 20 acres in all fronting on the spririn
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-. n TO I~.~s Club of Tal.ahrssee have plantd :..i;- oal-s~ and. ..l,.n

t act the drive from the center of the town to the Cc.in's Coll

g te, in Washii.7;onia Robusta Palma, The Childrents Junior Civic

L ague of Orlando, a few years -a0, 1l.nted 1000 rose bushes in the

t nm. The Sprinfield Junior Le:.-ue of J:T.;.-.'-onville have recently

s t out 50 oakse These are only a f; instances of results of the

aXtivities of the women and children of Florida.

Lack of Roads Crat Draaw ;.-';-l

The lack of road isolates the .:I n .- children of the

r ral sections, and impedes the pro ress of our agricultural and

L..e econcriios de cnstration wrorkl, providedd und r the -':.ith-Lever

w by Cor-,ress and th. r. ropria'ion made by our State, which

f3tsrs ;;hse corn and, i-, clubs for our boys, a--iJ .6' i c nir clu~

f I our Jirls.


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''cn'ratulations for the -iei

Florida has long been asleep to her own resources and op-

p rtunitie a but I think the .ahl:'ing has b.:~n not only complete,

b t .,v.;lous. Th3 men everywhere are to be :cn,'at'~-.l 'td u i

tie suooessful laounchin of the Good "cad. oa.:.idn, and the coun-

ties for their ready response in :on, which ha :nas oanii l Z su.ch

lendid results, and these "e, are force- to cOr'tAn late with ia'-

yath-l. pride. Citinly .hen. we look at the roa~i work in othL'e

ZLSates, we are surined on to rene'.Ted and greater undert-Aings, I.'eaa

c unmty, Colorado, has 2'2.0 miles of .-ood. r'adse Have we that much

i iFlorica?

The bookerr.

In a recent .rominrs Club edition of the Grand Junction

ily Tew!. of ::osa _c:n-ty, Coloradc, which c^a.e to my deal', was a

*ctur_. of a closed door \;ith an old-fashicned knocker on it, and

over the door the v.ords: "Old Dr. Knocker," and the picture of a

o ub :'.7omn sta~ndine byl, hanin. a piece of ocse on the knockers
club ''70riam ' ., ha---n_ a 1. 1.,





(17)

T is -e .iey milTt L' used in :-.:.ida with telli. effect. If

aloridians were cne-quartsr as optimistic-.and enthusiastic in their

'or:, or did one-ternh the work Californians have to do to succeed,

Ilorida would bs a veritable a_.rd.5=n of Eden, T-hink- of the planning ,

ersevernce r an& .:ork it took to eatab7lish T'he new famous rose arbor

rive from Los Angeles to San .rancisoo. The Cherokee rose .rows

vi'.-cut care here, and so does the little old-fashicned seven sis-

iere ro.e, and .any other varieties, with very little attention,
and I ask, why does not Florida have rose drives? The a-,-,er comes

l .ack, we must plant things on our roads ~;at the stock will not

e:troy,.and. the whole community bows7, willing subjects to a hand

ull of old co'.!s and razor back hoL.a. For this same rea~onr, the

avw whichc h forbid the burning of the -oc.ds each year, that destroys

cur y:'un forests and ruins our sBil, r-:ains dead on our ts-taute

c.:.1, zand uninforced.


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Sow much elIc.er will Floridians continue e to bear a burden which

vorks such a detriment to the State .-i.- its development?

Conservation*

7'h; Floridaa frderaticn of a'c..ants Clubs his t.hen the le-d

n cc-~rvvtion work. The Fedr",tion asked the LeTislature for

60 acres of land, hertecfore hkno;n as Royal Palm ::;J.,..Qck, or

Par^.iie :y, ranLitc.a the Fedaration as Royal Palm C.bte Park.

:,a T-Tenry il,' Fla-l.r. -sinerously -;ave us an equ.al acre -. of larnd

, endowment. This land was eThar. ed with th'-. Trustees of the

internal Im'yroveri.ent fund, and our c.rl: and endowment are all in

rne tract of 12~;30 acr of lani. This is the only Stat'a Prk in

'he .United Statess and curs is the only Fede.ration ov'ninr a Park,

. the ni..ria ipilies, it contains the lar_;et growth of To:.-.1 'ais

n the United States, and is a luxuriant and rare tror.ical jungle#


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InIIaha L- i-h A.J
Th-n ."'cuty Com-..issioners of Dad.e Ccunt;- have cc.rliLrnteJ

o Federation by permit ti us to name the 79 miles of 'road from

C oonut Grove to the "ulf through our .-'k, "Ingraham Highwayit

i hLonor of Mr J, j. InTrahar, the Mayor of the ancient oity. It

w s he who laid out "ia.i and mrLd.: I. possible throu~ h his good

o'fices, the tift of the Pa.r endcs:'.nlnV .nJ ,iven by Mrs. Fl.,ls e

FLorida owes -c Inirbr-L miuch, and. "Inrah Fim i h a~y"* is a just

t ibute to the valuable services of one of Floridats fcryuost

c tizens.

Distances and'kinds of trees.
It is my hope that trees will not be set alorn rc.de closer

t nan 30 f-et from the cnt-cr of the road, to the edge, an, fron 30

t 5. feet in ro-.s alcng the road. I be, of you, do not use the

w ter oak for the re6aon that when it reaches about its senith, it

.~i ins to die baok. The live oak is without doubt the king of





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t -'es and c. ortainly our old reliable, and should be planted in

sference to all trees, as it lma .s mjnificenr' avs.inu.es, :-ich

.a uuld ; .w-ide to yield the "est results. The cedar, wild olive,

a id zi.rclia, o&abls al.3!tto and. a'bhinagtonia Rvbusta ?PJli6a,

w th the live oak ,lih:e can ':e planted all over Florida. In the
WY," "-e ;sections of t .i middle of c- 2 .ah r A nd u..li.n

o k:. may be ujed, .;.ile in south Florida there is no limit, 7-TrZ
"' roads ,an be entir-l; -lar.nted in palriis, or alter-n.tcd w,;ith trees

0 e of the ha:i-d ns drives I ever saw was of i.iiiosa trees in full

-loom, borderi_ the ~irive from Hav-ana to the City wa"T:er works The

o ly objection to :hose is that they drop thsir leaves in the win-

t as -Iso do the do';;ood,, judas tree, the ,:cinoiana, and ot-:e
Macia trees" but one variet- can e- used effectively with some ever-

e sen tree such as the cedar or olive, alternating.


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7 2 olejar~~e is also .-endidas well as the hibiscus, roineettia

LI .asliand-, used -.n...-n trees, but care must be taken in ilant--

i E as they are ,jns&tive to cold in sc..e places. The color sch- eIe

should be well looked to. I : uld recommend one color scheme for

a mile, not less, on long roads, The -ho.si:. Canariensis, ? Lecr.e-

sls P. Sylve--;yare ornamental date palms, which are practicallyy

-hardy all over the '-tate, Lt ar more desirable for city planting,

The -liT of the cocoa family such as 0C Ocrouia-ta, an'.0 Plumosa,

%il s1ar.nd cold after protection for several ye-rse and will gro'v,

as far north as Jacksonville, but these are also :>.L--3r for city

a l-ntin-.
That visitors expect to see.

People come to Florida expecting to ;,e tropical grcv;th

and to enjoy what they are Jleased to term, our o.eie ltual summer*

Sor this, if for no other reason, we should av:..id ,lantin_ t'ees or
Sr uba
A:^'lich drop their leaves in winter, and are a constant refutation of
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.LaLt 'Iqa plant6 fXUit and nutp lz on ou rL.r~ They %::Lll alll~~

, The =r;~ eat a t'e- and nue 9Ut trees Q:y theirleave-

r.d '; hlve tio be alternnated, with some ever s In oux -l ,nt-

a, let us not f .t o .i-Jve the vines a plaoe, as they add i.Luch,

o 'the -7:eauty o.' .t,-a .

he Fed-eration.

The Federation will ., found ':icrhin: in the front

ainks for :::_ :Le3t int-=i'sts of the people of Floridai; *,t-?rivin. for

ter citizenship, with tL3 one JiL~ always in vie.:, of impaovin,

L vc~~iroi.a entof' the home --r its .'ettirp Let each c` evnry

:riJdi,6 z xiva to make Florida wiorthy h n Lrae ?lnd of Tlc'verc,

.perl in every -;-y to mul-ti-;,r Flor-idafs attY'"tions, with
t 3J.e=-t the .- ne object and aim,, the as-V andt at t i:tfxic;ivee i ,-.-,
.ys, f4.r-famed for t7,-ir ..iu!y and':..i. oificonfe of' pJ.lrr. an1s.
2.aA-in~; amomrrua~rt of' jide f'or h:: ;ec*mer 41, c f
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Vice President at Large:
MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami
Vice President Fir t Section:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico
Vice President Secjr.id Sction:
IRS. J D RAND.kLL,Lawtey
Vice Pre-. r nt T li rd Section:
MIRS. CHAR LES A. CAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section:
MISS KATHRYN THORPE, Daytona

1orthia

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


PRESIDENT
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jack-on\v01e
Secretary to General Federation
MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala


Vic- President Fifth Section:
AIRS EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Recor.3inrg ecreiary:
MIFS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Corre po: ij g11 Sec reta ry:
IMRS HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Treasurer:
MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
Auditr.r
MISS BESSIE A WILLIAMS, Crescent City


ebrtration of ojnmen'a ltuba


CHAIRMEN OF 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
Fore story:
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. FRAN K 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


Seminole In.J;i ns:
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
PoyalPali State Fiark:
MRS. JOHN GIFFOFRD, Cocoanut Grove
Literature and Library Extension:
MRS. W. F. BLACKMAN, Winter Park
Librarian:
MISS MARY J. CROSBY, San Mateo
Bureau i:f Trnfornliation and Historian:
MRS. KiRK MIUNROE, Cocoanut Grove
Endi'.v n' nt tFund.
OFFICERS OF THE FEDER NATION
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


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


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AIRS. T. V. IMOlRE. Miami
Vice President First Section:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico
Vice President Second Section:
MRS. J. D. RANDALL, Lawtey
Vice Pr-:.- e .-n Third Section:
i.IRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee
Vice President Fourth Section:
MISS KATHRYN THORPE, Daytona

Loriina
Art:
MRS. MARIE FROST, New Smyrna
Civics:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City
Civil Ser;'ce Reform:
IMRS. 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


CHAIRMEN OF 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. O. 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:


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J. E. WORTHINGTON, Tampa


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


Seminole Indians:
MRS. FRANK STRANAHAN, Ft.Lauderdale
Poyal Palm State Park:
MRS. JOHN GIFFORD, Cocoanut Grove
Li r r i t u re and Library Extension:
MI RF 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:


RS. C. S. BONACKER, Pensacola


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PRESIDENT
MRS. H. A. MORGAN WILLCOX
P. O. BOX 323
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT
MRS. MCDONALD ROBINSON, WILLIAMS
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT
MRS. ALBERT ROBINSON TUCSON
uN ,l. EiS'T HEIGHTS
RECORDING SECRETARY
MRS. J. L. B. ALEXANDER PHOENIX
604 N. THIRD AVE.
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
MRS. J. W. SMITH - WILLCOX
P. 0. BOX I
TREASURER
MRS. W. A. KENT - PRESCOTT
o10 S. MT. VERNON AVE.
AUDITOR
MRS. E. F. HONN - FLAGSTAFF
GENERAL FEDERATION STATE
SECRETARY
MISS LUCY T. ELLIS PHOENIX
362 N. THIRD AVE.


rit3ona

feberation of XPloman'e Clubo


Willcox. Mar, I916


D)earf'adam


Will you kindly mail to Mrs. R. A :Borgan illoox Arizona one of


your Year Books. "We will send you one of ours when we get them


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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: MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville Recording Secretary:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrco M S NNINGS,MRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Vice President Second Section: 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


Nloria 3Iebration of iWomen's (Etlub


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


CHAIRMEN OF 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


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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

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MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami PRESIDENT MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Vice President First Sction: MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville Recording Secretary:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico MRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
Vice President Second Section: 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

;lnriba ebreration of WInomen'fsi (lubn


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:
MIRS. IVA SPROUL-BAKER, Miami
Public Health:
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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
Conservation:
MRS. GASTON H. EDWARDS, Orlando
Bird Protection:
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
.Forest ry:
MRS. M. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville
Waterways:
MRS. M. L. STANLEY, Daytona
Good Roads:
MRS. 0. BROWNELL, Jacksonville .
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State Editor General Federation Maeazine and Business Rep.:
MRS. FRANK E. JENNINGS, Jacksonvilie
State Editor Times-Union:
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Librarian:
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Bureau of Information and Historian:
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Endowment Fund:
OFFICERS OF THE FEDERATION
Transportation:
MRS. E. S. JACKSON, Jacksonville


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MISS GRACE JARRETT, Miami
State Editor Ocaia Banner:
MRS. C. H. LLOYD, Ocala
State Editor Pensacola Journal:
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MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami PRESIDENT MRS. EDGAR LEWIS, Eldred
Vice President First Section: MRS. W. S. JENNINGS, Jacksonville Record ng Scretary:
MRS. W. F. MILLER, Valrico RMRS. JOHN W. DICKINS, Sanford
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MRS. J. D. R AND.LL, Lavtey MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER, Ocala MRS. HARRY B. MINIUM, Jacksonville
Vice Pr.esident Third Srctoln: Treasurer:
MRS. CHARLES A. CAY, Tallahassee MISS KATE V. JACKSON, Tampa
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Civies:
MRS. J. A. HENDLEY, Dade City
Civil Service Reform:
MRS. S. G. CAPEN, Jacksonville
Education:
MRS. GEORGE M. WRIGHT, Lakeland
Music:
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Public Health:
DR. GRACE WHITFORD, Ozona
Home Economics:
MRS. A. LIGHT MONROE, Miami


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Legislation:
MRS. JOHN W. SIMMONS, Jacksonville
Indut rial and Social Conditions:
MRS. J. W. McCOLLUM, Gainesville
Conservation:
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Bird Protection.
MRS. JULIA HANSON, Fort Myers
Fore try:
MRS. M. A. CLONTS, Jacksonville
Waterways:
MRS. M. L. STANLEY, Daytona
Good Roads:
MRS. 0. BROWNELL, Jacksonville
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Jacksonville, Florida.

Dear Mrs. Jennings:
I am in receipt of your letter written in behalf of

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of Superintendent of the Girls Industrial School, and I beg to

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MHarch 2, 1916.
Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Pres.,
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My dear Mrs. Jennings:
I beg to acknowledge receipt of yours of
the 29th ultimo, enclosing copy of letter to Governor
Trammell, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of
State Institutions, and copies of recommendations
for :iss Charlotte Dye, as Superintendent of the
Girls' Industrial School to be established near Ocala.
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also the numerous recommendations attached to your
letter.
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selection of a Superintendent of this School these
matters will be given careful attention by me.
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RICHARD J. FINNEGAN, VICE PRESS.
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Florida Federation Tomens Clubs,
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of the Florida Womens' Clubs.

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Jacksonville, Fla.

VMy dear -rs. Jennings:

It affords me much pleasure to appoint you as

a delegate from the State of Florida to the 4ad annual

meeting of the National Conference of Charities and Correc-

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As you are doubtless aware, the State has made

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