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Little River,Florida,Tarch 18,29.

..rs 7ar VJ. Jennings,

Jacksonville,71orida

TF dear Frs.Jennings:- *

S:a verr cl t -o h ea. from yrou a-nd to kno - are still o0. 0 eck and hard,

at work.For one of r-.: hr:bits I -h"i i.- .-. -oul near ruin.I fully ap-

preciate what o say about bein iven for I co.etime t7linK- of yo a-i

others like you -Co reall 1ave something of irortane and are actual dri-

Ven. ow; you ever get ]roh withoutt beinc aotald- s a ped I a.ont o-J.Zou

Imst, have a fins business facu-lty and the ability to -"-or" methodically-thin

TI ever had.

I have been busier this winter than ever altho ugh I have tried eard to get

out of a lot of .,Iorh.It seems to m-e that those who .ill do things miut dc

them -hile a lot of people Co nothing.

I have been strong ly in favor anl. have repeatedly talked for the pl nting

of our native trees and plants in the :Royal alni l,b'ease e have a a

variety of fine thin a not _fon there. I have been doing a I ca. to ards

LZtti._ the new a tro-pial par_ because I have been over nearl- a&ll of it and7

it is a wonderland-nothing like it being found in the U.S.L:r. oe a a-s to :.

home Qrite a while ago and ad a long talk about the south part of the main-

land and we went over aps and. photos and I believe the project,t le-ast Go

far as he was concerned, started then and. there.,

T-, men here,Richard Deckert and. Joe.Fadnrm a.re interested in the tree

snails and have .ford 25 fine hammocks filled with wonderful snails alon-g and,

south of the Tamiami Trail,some of which should be included . in the park.

'4ith :iv v-:' best wishes I am,

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FORT MYERS, FLORIDA







]rs. W. S. Jennings, Chairman
Royal Palm State Park Committee,
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs,
Jacksonville, Florida.

M.; dear !.rs. Jennirngs:

Mr. Edison and I thank you for the very

kind invitation which you have extended us of attending your

luncheon and meeting your distinguished guests. It has been

my very great pleasure to meet Dr. Wilbur and wish it were

possible for us to attend. However, we are to take a long

trip on the 20th and Mr. Edison would not be able to take

two long trips so near together.

Assuring you that we regret that it will

not be possible for-us to be with you on this auspicious

occasion and with kind regards, I am

Sincerely yours,













FLORIDA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
HEADQUARTERS: JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY, DELAND, FLORIDA


JAMES A. ROBERTSON, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
54 FLOWER AVENUE, TAKOMA PARK, MARYLAND

November 6, 1929

Mrs. W. S. Jennings
1845 .T;irin St.
Janksonville, Florida.

Dear Mrs. Jennings:

Mainy.thanks to you for sending me Mr. Connor's letterwvhic
I return to you having made a copy for my files.

I have written to Mr. Connor as per the enclosed. See
my proposition to him.

Of course I am anxious to get out these books as soon as
possible I have been and am frightlilly busy. There are
mountains of work on every side My mail is growing.
Our projects are multiplying. Each thing tales longer than
one would think. I can spend a whole day looking up a reference
for instance to this book I am revising before it can. be printed
in Paris. Thisis La Ronciere's French Florida which was
written especially for us, and in which the author makes deep ho mage
to Mrs. Conndir. I must open up my letter to tell Mft. Connor.this.

'^any thanks for the letter you write. I hope it will do
some good. It would be a dreadful thing to take away this
money. I should not be inclinee to contest it as it would
only arouse bad blood and that we mtst not have.

About Dr. Kline. When she signed the membership card, I
said "Do you want the books already published". She answered
"Yes". She added that perhaps I would better not send them until
September as she was going away. Bf course, we shall accommodate
her in the matter of payment. I hope she will stay with us
for we do need the suppbati of our friends, especially in Florida.
I fear that a number will drop out when the next vo-l. is sent the m
because of the hard times.

I hope you are getting alonp well now and that the neutritis
13 gone. Horrid thing. I have had it and know what you iave suf-
fered.

Sincerely,


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JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
LINCOLN HULLEY. PRESIDENT
DELAND. FLORIDA

March 29th, 1929.




Mrs. May Mann Jennings, -- .
% S. Bryan Jennings,
15th Floor, \
Barnett National-Bank Building,
Jacksonville, Florida.

Dear Mrs. Jennings:

SMr. Rosa has just informed me of his inte.-
.view with you yesterday concerning a cap and gown and hood
for your use when you receive your Doctor's degree from
Stetson University at our coming Commencement.

About a month ago I wrote to Bryan and asked
him to take this matter up with you and gave him full in-
formation.concerning it. I think he must have mislaid my
letter, for when I saw him in Jacksonville a few days ago
he did not seem to know about it.

It will be highly d .trable for you to have
a Doctor's gown, cap and hood for use on the evening of May
28th. The Stetson representative who secures this outfit for
all graduates is Mr. James Rodgers, whose address is % Stetson
University. At present he is away with the Glee Club on
a tour of the state, but will return in a day or two and I
shall at'once*present the matter to him. You can write to
: ,him and give him a statement of your wishes and I will have
Shim write to y u and make a complete statement to you of the
'-vatious qualities of silk that could be used, prices, etc.,
Setc..

The cap and the gown can be in your possession,
but the hood must be left with me on or before the Friday pre-
Sceding Commencement. I feel sure that if you will kindly
take up this matter with I}r. Rodgers by correspondence, you
will receive the most c urteous and prompt attention.

It will be a very great delight to me indeed to
have even a minor share in conferring upon you such a well
deserved honor as the Doctor's degree, after your distinguished
service in ..this state.

Very cord ly yours,


GPC:aew Dean J B. eon university
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Dear C3ousin tiay:

T-.e fragments which remain of me are to pass
through Jacksonville next Wednesday. I &i leaving
Tuesday ni:ht and will take the Allegheny.-Steamboat,
which leaves Jacksonville at five o'clock in the
afternoon on ',ednesday next.

The train gets in at eicht-fifteen on W'ednesday
morning, on the Seaboard, m.d. I rill go at once from
the station to the boat, se I am nrot well enougtn to
Tmake any trip up town.
If you are not too busy, I would love to have a

glimpsee oi t.'u and Dorothy and Bryan and the children.
I have been ill since last -a", and think I have struck
my T final dovn--rade. At eiwninin eighty-six pounds.
I am .oing to t ''ashington to be with Ruth though
the winter.

If you have other plans, do not trouble.


Affectionately yours,







Standard Container Manufacturers
REALTY BUILDING
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA





August 8, 1929

Honorable Doyle E. Canrlton
Tallahansee, Florida
Dear Birs

The members of this AsaoOiati are deep interested in
conservation of timber and reforestation, to perpetuation
of the industry and that they ainu4-to- pply the contain-
ere essential for marketing fru nd vegetables of great
value grown in Florid,
For ten years, the designed a been urging collective
effort in this moat import t matter, w one of the organizers
of the Florida Fores As nation, 'has served as one of its
executive officers ai its at ,ting.
Both of these or tions fully realize the importance
and splendid noeomplis the State Board of Forestry dure
ing the brief period /itS e M ence, under the chairmanship of
8. Bryan Jennings, a will ly appreciate your reappointment
of Mr Jennings as a mber the Board8 that there may be no
disruption of policy change in personnel*

A and t er land owner Br. Jennings to a valuable
man in the po ntly capable of rendering a splendid ser-
vice to the attterest in Forestry and knowledge of local
conditions and Federal provisions for cooperative undertakings,
add to his value Having been closely associated with Mr. Jennings
during the earl periods Of the work in Florida, I have had oppor-
tunity to know his capabilities, and am confident in the belief
that no man in t State is better qualified for the position.

Very truly yours


Russell W, Bennett
Secretarye-Manager
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STATE OF FLORIDA
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
DOYLE E.CARLTON TALLAHASSEE
GOVERNOR


November 21
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Frs '.y Ie Jennings
1845 lain Street
Jacksonville
Florida


My dear yrs Jemnincps:


I thank y:.u for yours of
the 2nd-expressing appreciation for ap-
pointment of Bryan on the State 7ores-
try Board.

I was very glad to make
this appointment and am sure he will
be a credit to this position. I think
most highly of Bryan and appreciate his
friendship and ability.

With all good wishes, I an


Cordially yours,


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arch th, 1929.




Dr. 7. s. Jenuiii-Ls,
1545 m.aiun St. ,
Jacksonville, Florida.

.y dear Eoctor--

It ives u.e the greatest thrill to so address
you, and I am .lelihteo. that Stetoen has sv.v fit to put a
crown u.c n the w.t rk which you have so, lend.dly done during
all the years. It is a recognition which I a., sure Florida
woLanhood will a; reoiste.

I have '"een having a stru-g:.le .with flu and
pneu..oia for t".e last five ;vea:es., and, while I am able to
be ui: several hou. 3 ever- d'.y n:w, I find I gain strength so ,
slowly that it is al,,ca.s isccura' 1ii.

You .vil L:nc- bat er than most, just hc.v thins
are upilin u. on. ue t this i..e. Icwever, I hc.e to be LL;.ch
strou.er by thet t .i.Le I have to c to Tallahassee.

iL was no j.c.sicle fIr .,e to ameet .'vi.h the Council
in Ja-_iua'y as I had. :lt:ted. i au. cc _cerned to be fully informed
with re, a.rd to yc,.ir roLoosed le-s. lation, and ii aui, wo-deri r. if i'-f
it will '.:e o Sil? for ..e zo have a oc.y of the bills which you :.
as a Council, are endcreing. I do na:..t to study the, ar id g,et as
much i:lCorh.L"tila as .caBsile.

I notice you 'had extravabau-ly good coiaf-ny when .
ycu Lot ycur degree, ...id 1 thi---'-. it is flLe. _
When do yo : go tc Tallahassee? Do you know of -
any special leiIslation which the Federation; of Wo,,en' a Clul l .bs
is pro;:csing to in.'troduce? I have as yet had nothing_ from them
sp ec ifically.

1Vith love,


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Mrs. W. S. Jennings
1845 Main Street
Jacksonville, Florida

My dear Mrs. Jennings:

Thank you for your letter of February 8 enclos-
ing clippings relative to the meeting of the
Council, which has just been received.

It is gratifying to note the apparent success
of the meeting.

With best wishes, I am

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HE Florida State Historical Society was founded December 1,
1921, by some citizens of the State of Florida and northerners
who were interested in the history of the State. To these
individuals it seemed desirable to form a society of a different character
from that of any already existing in the State, having for its object
study and research in history that has a direct bearing on Florida.
There being in existence a great mass of original manuscript material
relating to Florida, one of the Society's first duties will be to make
some of those documents accessible.
It is the opinion of the founders that the close association with
an institution of learning will assist materially in accomplishing the
purposes of the Society, and therefore it has been organized to work
in close harmony with, although independent of, so far as its own
organization is concerned, the John B. Stetson University.
Eventually, the Society is expected to perform all of the functions
stated in its charter, but it will for the present confine itself to the
publication of new material or the reprinting of rare material pertain-
ing to Florida history. To accomplish this, a full enrollment of two
hundred and fifty sustaining members is required. The obligation
assumed by those who become sustaining members is to subscribe
for the publications of the Society as they are issued, at approximately
the cost of production. Preliminary plans call for from two to four
volumes a year. At present the Society has no salaried employees.
Its publications will be limited to three hundred copies each, of which
two hundred and fifty will be sold to the sustaining members, the
other fifty being retained for future use, such as sale to institutions
which may require the full sets. The volumes will be printed on
fine paper, and many will contain illustrations.
The Society will start its publications with some very important
new works on Florida history. Among them is a biography and
bibliography of Bernard Romans, with a reproduction of his map of
Florida, prepared by Mr. Philip Lee Phillips of the Library of Con-
gress; a Treatise on the Aborigines of Florida by Dr. Alei Hrdlicka
of the Smithsonian Institution; and a Treatise on the Loyalists of
Florida, prepared by Dr. Wilbur H. Siebert, head of the Department
of History of Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.


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Mrs. Washington E. Connor, of New York City, who has for
some years been receiving transcripts of documents in the archives
of Seville which pertain to Florida history, will edit and translate
several volumes containing these documents, never before published.
The volumes will be among the most important recent contributions
to State histories and will furnish the proper fundamental data for
the writing of a history of Florida in the future. The first two volumes
will contain some of the official reports and letters written by Gov-
ernors Pedro Menendez Marques and Gonzalo Mendez de Canqo to
the King of Spain, Philip II, and many documents relating to the
Franciscan Fathers, including a collection of letters of Father Francisco
Pareja. Mrs. Connor has now in hand a sufficient number of un-
published documents concerning the seventeenth century in Florida
to fill about ten volumes. These will be prepared for publication as
soon as possible.
In the not distant future facsimile editions of such works as
Ribaut's Account of Florida will be made, and also of the Account of
the Gentlemaii of Elvas. Of the former but one copy is known to
exist, and of the latter but two. There are in all a dozen exceedingly
rare printed accounts of Florida of about this period, which will,
sooner or later, be reproduced in facsimile.
Ati some time in the future reprints will be made of the rare
documents relating to Oglethorpe's expedition against St. Augustine,
of which so few copies are known that only the larger libraries in the
United States have them.
It is the hope of the Society that in a few years its publications
will supply a faithful and exact historical account of the State, to
which all who are interested in Florida history may refer. Heretofore
the State history has been almost inaccessible, either because of the
scarcity of the printed books or because of the fact that the records
were buried in foreign archives.
The receipt of this prospectus is an invitation to become a sus-
taining member of the Society; Those who are interested in doing so
will kindly sign the enclosed pledge and return it to the secretary,
Mr. C. B. Rosa, DeLand, Florida. Additional information will be
gladly furnished in correspondence with the said secretary.


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g-y dear Kr. Robertson:

.. Thank you very auch for your letter of recent
date. I certainly will see the Governor and talk the
atter over with him.about the road, letting him talk
with the dear Road Department. Qrewap is not entirely
my friend, I think, because it was he who oat down the
o&Ithdral oaks at New Bayrna, and he cknoe we are after
hib. sos p. I a glad you trsakferred to me the few
ktsld words am- to my ability. I believe your speaking
t, tile Governor will paae the -wa. for w; and help get
the matter. straightened o and. I do not see hty ,w
should have to introduce a Mtll, either.


With best of good wise and appreOlation for
all you have done, and your good offices in the matter
of the doctor's degre; and please give at love to
eMr. Robertso4 and be aseured of my asseeitance always.

Someone -- ws. it lyu?-- told me recently
that Mrs. Wilder was veyr 111. I boie you got through
all right without any tl: trouble wi t the floods.


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JAMES A. ROBERTSON, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
54 FLOWER AVENUE, TAKOMA PARK, MARYLAND
615 East Rosemary
Chapel Hill
North Carolina

August 21, 1929

IMr. w.S. Jennings
1W85 ain St.
Jacksonville, Florida.

Dear Mrs. Jennings:

I enclose a letter from the Barnett National Bank of KJacksonviTa
They are trustees of tkax-some of the disabled banks of Florida among tme
themthe Volusia Cy. Bank and Tr. Co which held our note for $954.00.

I was srprised to get their letter announcing that the note should
be paid to The Barnett Nat'l Bank. As the note was dae, I immediately
tried to renew sending check for int. for six months.

A letter told me that we could not rerdw but that the money might be
applied to the note. FIcrwawrxwk They spote about proceeding legally gxti&
against the Society. I informed them tiat we have on deposit in the de-
funct bank about $F600 and whether under the circumstances they could
proceed against us legally. Now o nes thialetter. I have sent a check
for t $54.00 to, pare the no te to $900.00. I had an itfEmatton that the
Vol. Bank might recover tie note.

Now I can transfer the note to a bank in Takoma Park, where int. will'
I think be six per cent. Don't you think I would betterdo it?

I can pay the whole note, but it will eat into our book funds and it Ai
might be better to hope for 6ome collections. I have not sent out a begging
letter because this has not been the time.

I wish ~o could see the bank people and tell them about the note and
how the Society operate&. I do not wish to transfer the nde if it will
jeopardize our chanQesof getting any of our money that is on deposit.
On the other hand, I do not wish to do business with people who wil l
,threaten the Soce ty with legal actions. This is a semi public institutioLn
and we should be above any such threat. I feel that if the bank inows what
we are doing for Florida it will draw inr its horns. ',e are not trying to
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HEADQUARTERS: JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY, DELAND, FLORIDA


JAMES A. ROBERTSON, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
54 FLOWER AVENUE, TAKOMA PARK, MARYLAND


May 43, 19, 9

Dr. I. S. Jennings
1845 M4in St.
Jacksonville
Florida.


Dear Dr. eennings:

Yesterday I received a letter from iE. Connor, of which
the following is a copy:

Indian River Rianch Jompany
2.O. iNe' Smyrna, FTorida
May 20, 199

Dear Doctor

Unless you can convince Senator xr~xxxz Putnam and
Representative Fullerton of the Historical value of lission--
They will oppose new road--Session Legislation ends this month
Sincerely yours

i E Connor

If no road, I I will want deed returned by July 1st.



I am sending a copyof this letter to Tallahassee for fear
you are there' and this original to Jacksonville. It would be
a pity to have to return the deed to Ir. Jonnor. .,ill you make
another effort?


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Whe old mission, the ruins of which stana nea Jlew m e yrna,

w~a first built in 1696 by the Franciscan Ariars. This mission

to the Jororo branch of the Timucua Indians was established as one

of the religious outposts of Spain's empire in the new world.

It w-a, also a place of considerable political influence,as ll

missions were, for it was the civilizing branch of the Spanish

government in the district in which it was established. It neant

:he offering of Spanish culture to the Indians annd was designed

not only to frfertijhristianity to the Indians but to keep their

friendship for Spain.

withinn a few years after its construction, it was burned in

an Indian uprising and seems to have been occupied only intermit-

tintly for some years.

In 1763, The 2loridas bocar;e English by virtue of the

treaty at the ena of the Old French ana Indian ,ar, and were held

by England for 20 years. t- the en. of the devolution the Ploridas

reverted to pain, tO be held by that country until 18l1 8 hen they

were transferred to ,he United states.

shortly aft-er 1763, the old mission, with the alterations ne-

cessary, was made into a sugar mill by 1,r. 'urnbull. Since then,

the edifice has largely fallen into ruin; but enough of it still

remains to show the size and arrangement of the building.

This is the largest mission ruin in Florida and the most com-

plete. It shows the lovely architecture that was evolved by the

Firanciscans in this country. It antedates by a century the old

Franciscan missions of Jalifornia and 2exas which are held in such

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reminders of the old history of Californ and Texas. Those missions

have been widely advertised to the world and are known in all parts.

Florida has one mission with extensive ruins, which antedates

by a century those of the west. It can be i:iaue a mecca for tourists

and visitors as have the western missions. It is a relic of

incomparable value to the state of Florida. as such it should

be recognized by the state.

The mission lies very close to New ~myrna. The road to it

is not paved and visitors can reach it only with difficulty.

On this account many pass it by who wouldd otherwise go to it.

The mission was the property of :.Is. Jeannet e Thurber Jonnor

who died in June, 19;7. If a road be built to it, it is to become

the property of The 'lorida ;tate Historical Society, of which
be
.ixs. Jonnor was -a FouLider and vice president; and to held in

trust for the people of Florida.

road can be built for ,5,000 fror the road leading from 'ew

Smyrni to the Mission. Since the missionn is to be held in trust

for the People of Florida, it is thought that the romd should

be state built and state maintained.

iaorida is peculiarly ciependent on its Tourist Traoe. Ttis

means dollars nd cents to the state ana to its people. In

gasoline tax alone, an ir..aense sum is realized annually by tL state

from the tourists. A road to the Lission will 'e one more appeal

to the tourist, and will be an asset to the state. A little care

here will pr(ve an immense advantage. Florida is remarkable for

its age as well as for its climate and products. The mission is

one of the reminders of its long life under settled conditions.

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Ithe State can and should be proud. No other State has aryt, ing just
like it. Therels ane ruin in Georgia and there are the missions ta
in Texas and Jalifornia. Jan Florida afford to be more backward
that those states in the preservation of its past historical sites?

They have proven that preservation is an asset. Florida should
profit by their experience and make the mission a"cesaible to its
own people and to the visitors to the ot-te.
James A. liobertson
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BUDGET



ROYAL PAIM STATE PARK

Sdpt. 1, 1928 to Sept. 1, 1929

By

(Mrs. W. S.) May M. Jennings, Chairman


RECEIPTS


Savings Account

Balance in checking account

Checks to Treasurer from Warden Park
income for August

- Annual appropriation from State due

-Yearly Park anticipated income for period

Anticipated Donations from Clubs

Park Emergency Treasurer on hand

TOTAL -


$3,000.00

1,063.03


17.00

2,500.00

500.00

150.00

110,33

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1928-29

ROYAL PALM STATE PARK

,DISBURSEMENTS

Salary of Warden 12 mos. at $125 per month $1500.00
Helper 12 $60 720.00 *
Boafd "*.. *: 12 $40 480.00 -
Salary of Hostess at Lodge
:,8 months at $25 :$200'.
4 $50 200 400;.00
Emergency Fund for Warden 12 months aC $50 600.00 -

SGas and. Oil -12 months at $50 per month ; 600.00"

Emergency Fund for Park Assistant Treasurer 400.00 .

Driving 63 additional wells for fire protection
to complete 100 wells ordered by Committee
at estimated $10.00 (Perhaps will not need
all of these) 630.00

Sew Truck estimated 500.00

Repairs to Lodge and machinery estimated 250.00

Stenographic services, statinnery, postage,
telegrams, etc. for Chairman and where needed 175.00

Fruit trees'.. 65.00 -

SMr. Livingston's estimate of removing 1540 yds.
Srook to make rook pit 4 ft. in depth will take
S 650 lbs. dynamite price estimated in Miami at $24.00 156.00
per hundred, 60 per cent Nitrate of Grycerine (Think
we should get County Commissioners to buy and have
their expert use this. It might come a little
cheaper.),
$6,476'00

Balance on hand for surveying, clearing, etc. 864.66

TOTAL -' - .- $7,340.66
NOTE
I have on hand 50 gavels which are to be sold at $5.00 apiece, or
a total of $250.00
You will note that no estimate is made of sale of palms, and I
have counted the income from the park at the very lowest ebb.
I think we can improve this by advertising some now that the Tamiami
Trail has been finished. We can do this in Fort Myers, Tampa and
probably a few other papers.
You will also note that I have made no estimate of what the truck
will bring, which imagine will not be very much. This budget will
Sbe a guide to what we can count on and carry us through the Legislature
when I hope to have $2500 added to our annual appropriation.








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FLORIDA FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS

IMRS. MURRAY L. STANLEY
PRESIDENT
BOX 1307
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA


MRS. WILLIAM L. WILSON
VICE-PRESIDENT AT LARGE
PANAMA CITY

MRS. JOHN W. DICKENS
TREASURER
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FORT LAUDERDALE


VICE-PRESIDENTS

Section One
MRS. D. R. READ, Milton
Section Two
MRS. ANGUS I. MILLER, Chipley
Section Three
MRS. R. L. GREENE, Perry
Section Four
MRS. O. 0. WILLIAMS, Green Cove Springs
Section Five
MInS. H. R. SWARTZ, Dunelion
Section Six
MRS. C. B. ROSA, DeLand
Section Seven
MRS. H. REED EDMUNDS, Leesburg
Section Eight
MRS. ROBERT BRODIE, 4607 Lumb Ave.,
Sunset Park, Tampa
Section Nine
MRS. GEO. M. CHUTE, Babson Park
Section Ten
MRS. FRANKLIN W. TYLER, Fort Pierce
Section Eleven
MRS. CLARK B. STEARNS, Key West
Section Twelve
MRS. W. F. GWYNNE, Fort Mcyers


MRS. B. F. BRASS
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
DAYTONA P.IACH


MRS. CHARLTES E. HAWKINS
RECORDING SECRETARY
BROOKSVILLE

MRS. II. REED EDMUNDS
VICE-PRESIDENT, SECTION SEVEN
LEESBURG, FLORIDA
lebruar- 20,1929.


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jacksonville, Florida.


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This business of beini, refunded for
postage st:. .s, telephone calls, toelera..s and
oth-r necessary o.iice expenses in club ;oork
is so new to ne that I as about to fDDct to
present Iy request for the .15.00 to which I
believe we are entitled. I ,have already spent the
.15.00 and thensome no:e but the refund of the
amount allowed froi the endow-ient fund is
certainly pretty nice and I an only too happy to
tale care of t-e re mainder of tch expenses.


I ?: ;trjinTr to do so-.e follow-up T:ork
on the endov:.;ent pled es in section se-eni.
success is fair to better anc will,i tlin.:,
i: pro as : .::o:ntu increases.


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There is held in the investment account

It is the policy of your Committee to buy a bend as

fast as $1000.c0 is on hand.

There is at present in the savings account of accrued
interest


$21,886.85

761.79

465.89


608.00


There is in interest checking account 378.72

Loaned temporarily to Educational Fund 214.40

Total 6n hand March 1, 1929 $1,201.12

There has been paid out during the year,.to officers

and chairmen,a total of 433.32.

The Fund has proval it.s value and we must continue our donations to same.

There are a f w tdtd checks for mall amounts which .ave been received

rwhioh will be incl ded :in t'e, nlxt' report. The Treasurer's books closed
oh lit* There are alab a few small disbursements which will likewise be reported.
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2T HE WDOlWMET FUND

1 v By (Mrsa W. s.) May Mann Jennings, Chairman



The administration of the Endowment Fund has been our chief concern during

the past year,.and no special effort has been put forth urging contributions, but

j in spite of the financial depression.everywhere some donations have continued to

come, for which we are deeply grateful.

Florida returned this year to-its usual overcrowded condition due to the

vast number of visitors to the State, and there is no doubt that in a few years

we will be able to finish raising the desired amount.

Investments

In 1915 at the Deland meeting, just 14 years ago, we started the EHdowment

Fund and, according to the Treasurer's statement, we have nor in U. S. Fttt Liberty

Loan Bonds, bearing 4 per cent - - - - - - - $19,700.00

Loaned to Royal Palm State Park, which bear the same
interest 2,186.85






SEndowment Fund Report
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Pledge Returned

It was found that 'te supposed pledge of the Twentieth Century Club of Gaines

ville for $1,590.00, which would have been ten dollars per capital, was an error, and

after a mail ballot from the committee the typewritten slip was returned to the Club

They have promised a contribution as funds are available.

A deficit of $166.97 on January issue of the Clubwoman was taken care of by

the Committee. If any others occur and funds are available, unless there is ob-

jection, the Committee has authorized the Shairman to issue a voucher for same,

which will be done.

Legislation Recommendation

Legislation is necessarily the clearing of every department, and the Federation

as a whole. The Board allowed $50.00 each per annum to the Vice President at Large

and the Corresponding Secretary upon recommendations of the Chairman. I Jab also

submit~bca a recommendation that $50.00 be allowed the Chairman of Legislation at

once for desk work and $100 for immediate expense in attendance upon the Legislature,

with permission to allow an extra $100.00 when needed during the session. A room

at the best hotel is,$4.00 per day without meals. The Legislation is either worth

while, or it is not, and I hope the time will come when not only the Federation Legis-

lation but that of the Florida Legislative Council may be properly financed. It is

not fair to those who must stand the brunt of failure because of laat of funds and it

is an imposition to expect them to pay the entire burden of the work of a great

organization like this. Men do not do business that way.


Financial Report

The actual statement of Funds by Sections will follow and be given in detail

by Mrs. R. D. Bailey, Financial Seoretary, Fort Lauderdale. All donations should

be sent direct to her and cheek made payable to the Florida Federation of Women's

Clubs tndoument Fund. All information needed can be secured from her.
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Endowasn !! !Fund Day

; EBach Club is urged to set aside a Special Endowment Fund Day each year

and raise what funds possible to pay toward the$10.00 per capital for their

membership. We appeal to each member of the Federation to lend us full

cooperation in the completion of the fund which is so vital to the work of the

Federation.




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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

February fifth
1 9 2 9

Mrs. W. S. Jennings,
1845 Miain Street,
Jacksonville, Florida.

My dear Mrs. Jennings:

Your letter of January twenty-fifth addressed
to Lrs. Joseph Roemer in regard to the endowment pledge
card which is charged against the Twentieth Century
Club has been referred to the executive board for reply.

The board has gone into this matter very
thoroughly, having interviewed all of the club members
who were present at the Federation meeting in Jackson-
ville, at which time this pledge is supposed to have
been made; and none of these women have any knowledge
of such a pledge being made. None of them were
authorized to make any such pledge for the club, and
Mrs. Roemer, as President of the club, was not in
Jacksonville, and even if such a pledge was made by
the club, no one had any authority to sign Mrs.
Roemer's name.

Early in the fall Mrs. Roemer wrote to Mrs.
Bailey, asking her to send this blue card,which ears
rs. Roemer's name, to the bank or to our attorney in
order that we might try to trace the signature.







TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA



Mrs. .;. S. Jennings
Sheet two

Mrs. Bailey wrote back that the signature on the
card was typewritten. Of course, all of us know that
a typewritten signature is not a valid one; therefore,
the Twentieth Century Club disclaims any responsibility
for this pledge card calling for One Thousand Five
Hundred Ninety Dollars, and we must insist that the
card be taken out of the pledge cards and that the books
of the endowment committee be changed so that it will
not appear that this club has made promises which it
refuses to meet, because no such promise was made by
any person who had authority to make it.

In regard to the endowment pledge, when the
club feels that it is financially able, it will be
glad to make a contribution toward the endowment fund;
but no such amount as that asked for can be considered,
since we have obligations assumed many years ago which
must be met before we can take on any extra burdens.

Trusting that you will have the books corrected
as requested, I am

Very truly yours,



Chairman, Fin ce Committee


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To the MEMBERS -.F TERB BDORMMNT COMITUTiS

Please be kind enough to read the two letters attached, and authorize
me at once to return the alip to the Twentieth Century Club at Gainesville.
It seems the only oouse open. I fe l sure that the pledge was made, possibly
from the floor, but i* over made it -t possibly changed her mind, and as long
as it ms not personally signed by the president we will have to &ot as they
instruct. WTd would do it anyway, even had it been properly signed, I feel
sure, we we oculd not hold any elub to a pledge they were unwilling to pay.

We will have to do the aame for the Hollywood Club, I feel sure.
They spoke to me about it about a year ago, and sineethen have beam marking
time, but now since the last storm I feel sure they ill not feel able to
pay it, so I think you had better instruct me now to readjust the pledges in
the storm belt, and authorize me to request Mrs. Bailey to return the slips
wherever they are asked for. It will certainly bring about a better spirit.

The Club Woman

The Club Woman has been running on a loss as advertising is hard
to get on account of the scarcity of money, and Mrs. Stanley has written me
that she and liMr. tiokins had recently a conference at Hollywood and Mrs.
Diokins was willing that I authorize, as Chairmn, the payment of the Magazine
bills from our Interest ascount as a loan. We must pay our bills or discredit
the Federation. So I an asking you to at once authorise me to do that. If,
at the end of the .year, the Magaine has not received sufficient advertising to
recoup itself, I am going to ask you to permit me, it we find we have funds
enough, to oanoel the loan to the Club Woman, and rake an out and out appropriation
from the Endowment Interest for the purpose of e)leaning up all outstanding in-
debtedness.


The President of the .Federaion has quite enough to do
expenses without being required to carry the Magazine. Bose
carrying the magazine ust be found, but I daresay in another
things will be a little brighter.


Please
sSructions.
amount of the


to pay her own
other method of
yearposaibly,


bear these two requests in mind and write me at onee your in-
I am writing to Mrs Diokine this mail, asking her the total
adoatment Fund Interest.


There is another question I think we should take oare ofs The Board,
at the November aeoting, voted $60.00 eaeh for the Beoretary and the Vise
" President at large for general desk expenses ftr the year. I feel that as
the Legislature oomes on that the Chairnanof Legislation should be made an
allowanoes itsoame way commensurate with her duties. Heretofore the eaairman
has had to b4r the f ese sor, possibly with aome little assistanoe. Mrs.
N. B. Broward as not finanoially able to do the work, the same as soae of the
rest of us. It takes apard of from $40.00 to.$50.00 to send out one round


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of letters or to have any sort of outline printed of Legilatived work for the
Clubs.

One cannot 0g to Tllabhaasoe and stay at the beet hotol for less than
$4.00 a day, and that 1i wl-Aiop any. mals. This Ia what my room is going to
cost me for the entire esstlonb and the meals have to be bought outside of that,.
and so you see the expense is very heavy. I am going to ask you now to authorize
me to give to lirs. Broward at the proper time $80.00 for desk work to over
stamps, telegramas extra typewriting; and $100,00 for actual traveling and hotel
expense for the pru~ent. It may be that we will have to advance bore than that,
You will r ealie that this last would ihvt the endorsenmnt of the Federation, if
need be, when they meet in March, but I must know your mind in advance, on these
three things.

With love and best wishes.


Sinoaruly,


Mrs. W. S. Jn..ings,
Chairman of Endowment.


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/ Report of Charter & By-Laws Revision

By (Mrs.W.S.)May Mann Jennings,

Chairman.

The amendment to the Charter adopted March 18th at the

Daytona convention, changing the biennial election to even numbered

years, was presented to the Judge of the Circuit in Duval County by

Mr.S.Bryan Jennings, in response to a vote of request by the Board

of Directors at the Live Oak meeting. On account of changes made

in the law governing corporations not for profit, by the 1925

Legislature, the amendment to the charter had to be pu' ished once
*
in R newspaper which was done. The delay in the whole proceeding

was due to the fact that the publication of the Acts of 1925 was

delayed by printer and it was impossible to secure o6py of amended

law sooner. The order granting the change was signed by Judge

George Couper Gibbs, October 27, 1927.
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HonjFrank Brown, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Duval County,
recorded the charter, making a gift of this service to the
Federation. Mr.Jennings gave his services and paid for the
publication and it is a great pleasure to be able to present the
amended charter without cost as a gift to the Federation. The
official copy of the charter has been sent to Mrs.John W. Dickins,
Treasurer, for safe keeping in the Safety Deposit Box.
When we started to change the annual meeting from
November to March, there was no intention of making the many
changes necessitated by the change of meeting time. The Federation
work has outgrown the By-Laws and before they are printed for
distribution it was- thought best, by our President, that they be
brought up to dates For the above reasons I am presenting additional

changes for the consideration of this convention,the third since
your chairman began work on the Revision.
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The amendments will not be included in this report, as they will

of necessity be covered in the minutes of the meeting. Your

o*airman hopes that every emergency has been fore-seen, and that

the expense of printing the charter and by-laws now will be sufficient

for several years. Your Ohairman has completed the copy for the

printer and the President, res. W.F.Blackman, has had aene printed

and I am presenting a proof sheet for the final changes. It is

with pritle we note that the changes are made necessary on account of

the marvelous growth of the Federation, due to the splendid work of

our distinguished leaders.


March 1928

Jacksonville, Florida


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Ft.Lauderdale, Fla. March 26, 1929


Madam President and Members of the F7orida Federation of 'iomen's Clubs:

The Secretary of the Midowment Fund of the F.7.W.C.

hereby submits a report in full to date:

Pledged Paid Bal. due


Section One


Section

Section

Section

Section

Section

Section

Sogtion

Section

Section

Section

Section


Two

Three

Four

Five

Six

Seven

Sight

Nine

Ten

Eleven

Twelve


282.85


491.50

305.00

1,209.00

2,030.00

1,793.50

5,393.70

1,723.35

1,913.00

6,891.00

6,143.50

1,119.50


178.37
42.00
220.37

293.29

353.33

510.03

125. 0

1,590.99

4,713.56

911.52

1,18,21

1,120.43

1,125.43

509.87


104.48
42.00
62.48

198.21


698.97

-1.,905.00

202.51

680.14

811.85

734.79

5,770.57

4,621.94

599.63


Respectfully


submitted:


Secretary Endowment Fund.


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FLORIDA FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS


MRS. WILLIAM L. 4ILSON
VICE-PRESIDENT AT LARGE
PANAMA CITY

MRS. JOHN W. DICKENS
TREASURER
R. P. D. 1
FORT LAUDERDALE


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE
MRS. ETHEL T. PORTER
Stuart, Florida
DIVISION CHAIRMEN:


MRS. MURRAY L. STANLEY
PRESIDENT
BOX 1307
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA




Division of Recreations and Playgrounds

MRS. RAY D. BAILEY
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA

February 9th, I929.


MRS. B. F. BRASS
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
DAYTONA BEACH


MRS. CHARLES E. HAWKINS
RECORDING SECRETARY
BROOKSVILLE


Child Welfarn
MRS. LAURIE JEAN REID
State Board of Health
Jacksonville
MRS. ALBERT SCHNEIDER
Plant City
MRS. R. B. SEARING
Clearwater
MRS. HENRY H. MORGAN
Tr on S Rrings


Mirs. W.S.Jennings,
Chairman P.F.W.f. Endowment Fund.
Jacksonville, 'lerida.
L:y Dear Mrs. Jennings:-


MRS. J. M. FIELD HIve completed statements by sections
Cocoa regarding status of pledges to the Endowment Fund and have mailed
lMISS MINNIE PORTER HARRIS- copy to each eoctional Vice President, with a letter asking
Key West her to notify clubs as to the amount still due.
MRS. A. W. YOUNG
Vero I am sending you a copy of each report, as Chairman.
DR. J. L. KLINE
St. James Building
Jacksonville
MRS. LOUIS BOSTWICK
Wauchula I received your letter several days age and will be glad to have


Problems of Delinquency
JUDGE EDITH M. ATKINSON
Miami
MRS. ANTON SCHNEIDER
Lakeland
MRS. SINA L. KITE
Ocala
MRS. GLENN TERRELL
Tallahassee
Institutional Relations
MRS. E. A. OSBORNE
Ocala
MRS. W. B. MALONE
Quincy
MISS BESSIE DILLON
Marian
MRS. J. F. BURNETTE
Gainesville
MRS. L. A. DAVIS
Starke
Recreations and Playgrounds
MRS. RAY D. BAILEY
Fort Lauderdale
MRS. JOHN R. PARKINSON
Daytona Beach
MRS. WILLIAM WARREN
Key West
MRS. PETER JAMESON
Moorehaven


y :u send a voucher for expenses, as Mrs. Diokins tells me nearly
.ll the athars h.yave vreadr an -r -hAmira.


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CLUB


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Miss N*11 Bur-,Ow "Y8enaO o.
Webmno's Club G:Crotvifw
Wosau'ts Club 'Cottage4 U2il
It. .P+fle~anor i~ayis 1?arm8a~lob
Mrs1 O J,otgQOPj ~marnuel Cott~age Hill
East Bay Womaan's Club Y7arindal.
Iii'. Aanna L. Fayr -Fariada is
MIrs aar 4f 8romipllt~r Farind~ls
Paren;t Teaolwr's ~aso.).:unson
Wocman'rs Cluab ~ i~e~toBn
'rom~an's Club PeanziriooJ.


Myrtle Uuove Woman's
Club
N]I. J. P. Richardson
Woman's Club
Woman's Club


Cam~p a~lton
De~hunia]k Spgs.
VaslparLsco
De~uniak Spgs.


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10.00
12.00
~.00
.60
10400
2*00
*.00
76.00
100.00
10.00

10.00
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20.00
. l,00


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$l.00
10.00
10.00
11.650
1.00
.60
18.67
1.00
1.00
T7.00
7B.OO
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10.00

10.00

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AD RZSS


ENDOWMENT FUND
PLEDGED


Applachicola Apalachicola
Philaco Club
Mrs. R.H.Adams Mariana Mariana
Woman's Club
Mrs. W. S. Brandon Mariana Woman's
Club
Mrs. M. R. Burton Mariana Woman's
Club

Mrs. Louise C. Booker Mariana Woman's
Club.

Chattahoochee Woman's Club
Mrs. L. D.(Carhruff Marianna
(or
( Carduff
Bessie D. Dillon "
Mrs.D.B.Daniels
Mrs.C.R.Evans "
Mrs. W. C. fritter Panama City
Mrs. W. C. Fritter "
Gretna Woman's Club


Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
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Lemar Gammon
Lucy Guyton
J. w. Hinson
Hammond
E. L. Hanlon
H H. Lewis
E. C. Lewis
H. H. McCray
D, A. McKinnon
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Marianna
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Marianna Woman's Club
Mrs. Mary K. Mayfield "
Port St. Joe Woman's Club
Mrs. E. L. Pierce Marianna
Mrs. W. J. Aingletary
Mrs. J. C. Smith "
Mrs. E. C. Welch "
Miss Nellie Wilkerson Panama City
Mrs. William L. Wilson "
Mrs.Frances McKinnon Marianna
Mrs. Helen Key Dekle "
Mrs. Jack Stephens "
Mrs. J.A.Ormund "
Mrs. Spann
Mrs. Sidney Doffin "
Mrs. Frank Gilson "
Mrs. Hughie Simmons
Mrs. M, A. Love Quinoy


$90.00

10.00


10.00

10.00


10.00

1.00
10.00


10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
6.00
5.00
1.50
1.50
10.00
1.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00

29.00
10.00
Lie00
10.00
10.00
10.00
8.00
10.00
50.00
0.00
10.00
1.00
2.00

10.00
;.50
10.00
30.00


$66.50 $4.50


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10.00
1.00
10.00




5.00

l.be0
1.50
3.35
5.00
6.00
1.60

1.00
3.85

8.55

(10.00
(15.00
29.00

22.00

3.35
3.5

1.00
3000


2.00
1.00

3. 50

30.00


6.66


6/65

6.6b


6.65
6.65
6.64
5.00




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6.65
6.65

6.65



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6.65
6.65
6.65
2.00
6.67
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CLUB


ADMRE6J


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Joe Barnett
Lena Bird
W. O. Cate
R. J. Camp
D. N. Cone
Jennie Camp
:AwaLrd. Conrad
F. L. Awards


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Greenville woman's ,lub
Mrs. Hardy b. Griffin G
Jasper Woman's Club
Mrs. Frances T. Jonnson
Mrs. Mason Kasson
Live Oa Live Oak Woman's Club
Mrs. W. C. McDonald
Mrs. Amy Mathews
Monticello Woman's Club


Mrs Norman McCloud
Perry Woman's Club
Mrs. W. E. Spencer
Woman's Club
Mrs. M. H. U7amboldt
Mrs. E. H. Zeigler


white bpg6u P.00
b 10.00
bite lpgs 3.00
" Z.00
t" 10.00
" i.00
allagassee 10.00)
thite Spgs. 5.00
b0.00
reenville 10.00
00.00
rallahassee 10.00
White ;pgs .,00


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" 10.00
" O.00
.00


whitee S6pgs 00
TallahasseelOO.00
White Spgs 10.00
Greenville 10.00


NAMEt~f


Mrs.

Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.


$1.00
6.77
&.00
b. 00

6.70
1.00
10.00
1.00
'0.00
10.00
0.o00
10.00
5.00
1.00

10.00
20.00
b.00
6.00
1.00
66.67
10.00
10.00
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C.MaI~ude 331lr1.y
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.1.0. Chamb5lisz


-Woman~1'se


Suan~u M. Hodges
W. She~lJy Humphrey'&
Frank JE. Jennings i'
S. H~. igooker

]I. M., L~ander
Veda Leteltr MdaDonell
2Louise C. ~eijgs


Cl'Ub
If
If
if
#1
ft


Woman's Club
f t!


M~rs~. A. Vgan Loona
Mrxs. N. C. 'rhmbolrit
Mdr~s Juasepki H. luwkeoQ
MCnrs. i). T. Hiowrard,
M~rs. 'j. S. Jexuiineg
Mzx~. B. H. Barnstt
Dr. J, Ir. K;Line


Miss8
Mrs.
Mrs.

MPs.
Bra.




Mrs.

Mrs.
M'ss.
Miss


NAME


CLU -j.


A3DDRRiSS


Lake City $15.00
Jacksonvilleia0. O0
.26.00
Fernandina 64.00
Jackseonville 10.00
" 50.00
" 50.00
" 5.00
XLake City 10.00
Jacksonvlle 10.00
Jacksonville 10.00
*" 60.00
Orange Park 80.00
Sou. Jax. 160.00
5.00
Jacksonville 25.00
650.00
10.00
500.00
50.00
80.00


$1b.00

25.00
64)0
10.00
60.00
25.00
5.00
10.00


50.00
10.00
150.00
65.00
25.00


466.67




2S.00


6.70
6.60

20.00



80.00
10.00
50.00
50.00
00.00


-,..-,...... ...... -;,..,. --;. ...,-..... -,- . - - *---;~--~pn~rv-- Ir----~i~"l` --m~------cn-1~.1. --. ..`~.~. ~--~""".~.~~.~-..` ~-.1


"


CIB


J










SECTION V.


ENIDOVJHENT ?UIWD


ADDRESS PLEDGED PAID


BAL DUE.a


Mrs. Agnzes Adam




Mrs. Elizabeth Ban4







Mrs* do W. xtCQ11lm


Woman's Club Crsital River

East Shore Woman's


$8.00


Club Arlington 2.00

ga Dunnellon 10.00

Woman's Club Cryaisl River 10.00

Woman's Club Ooala 500.00

20th Century Club Gainaville 10.00

1 100.00

20th Ceontry Club Gaineaville 1590.00


$8.00


2.00

10.00

b.00 6b.00

100.00 200.00

10.00

100.00

1590.00


lAME


CLUB


I I III I I I IIII ii IIIIL
~~~-lrr---::r~---- ,-- ------ - -~-c,~~-..... ~ ~ .


~I


N; E


--e ---










SECTION VI.


ENDOWMIT FUB


ADDRESS


PLLLGEL PAID BAL.DUE.


]Mrs. J. V
Mrs. J. Atkinson
" G. W. Atkinson
Mrs.Chas.M. Bingham
Mrs. S.D.Brubaker
Mrs. C. W. Brown
Mrs. 6. B. Crosby
Mrs. Margaret L.Campbell


Mrs. F. P Dupont

Mrs. Emma A. Breeman
Mrs. Jesse 6. Goode
Mrs. E. it. Hopkins
Miss faith h Maud Knight
Mrs. Geo. E. Lodereu

Mrs. i.M. L'abbtte,
Hamilton Hotel
Mxrs. i. R. 1'aley


Mrs.
Mrs.




Mrs.
Mrs.


Mrs.
Mrs.

Mrs.
Mrs.

Mrs.
Mrs.
M~rs5.


Geo. w. Parker
John M. Richmond
C. B. Rosa
Eu.nrty L. Stanley
A. W. Scoville
A. W. Booville


Cbas. i. 4rippe
F. P. Tenney
F. F. Tenney
Graham Thompson
J. A. Urquhart
Chas. L. Vinoint
C. M. Wilder


Mrs. T. L. Howell


0
I





P


Woman's Club





Woman's Club
Palmetto Club

Woman's CluD




roman's Club


Federal Point $10.00 $6.70 4.0O
10.00 6.70 Z.o0
Daytona Beach 10.00 10.00
Federal Point 10.00 6.70 Z.b0
Federal Point 10,00 6.85 Z.15
Daytona Beach 10.00 4.00 600
Melbourne 26.00 17.00 7.00
Deland 200.00 20).00
Daytona Beach 800.00 Z00.00
Federal Point,10.00 6.70 .Z0
yau Gallie 100.00 100.00
Dayton. Beach 10.00 10.0O
Melbourne 210.00 210.00
New ;mnyrnL 5.00 5.00
Daytona beach 10.00 10.00
Deland 10.00 Z.50 6.50
Melbourne 10.00 10.00
Daytona Beach 10.00 4.00


Daytona Beach
rmand Village Ormand
improvement iSsa'n.
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
Deland
Daytona Beach
D aytona Beach
Daytona Beach
regressive Titusville


Cultural Club

V;oman's Club


ans Club

Woman's Club


Daytona Beach
Federal Point
it "T
Daytona Leach
Da$tona Beach
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
New Smyrna
T it


10.60 560o 7.00
7b.0 560.00 26.00


10.00
10.00
600.00
10.00
10.00
2 600

10 .00

10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10. o00

100.00
10.00
lOO.OO0


6.00
10.00
10.00
500.00
10.00
10.00
25.00


10.00
2.00 1.00
6.67 Z.ZZ
6.67 p68
10.00
10.00
6.00 10.00
100.00
10.00


wA1rR!


CLUB


I I 22 I


N. .. CLUB ADDR









SEGcTION VII


LENO.IMi4UEN' FUNID


NAME

Mrs
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.

Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
fNrP1.


CLUB


C. P. Atkins Wo
Pete B. Alsobrooktf
Joe Anderson
J. H. Butler
Albert Braydon
Clyde Beady
i. T. Cox
Lois Cottarell
W. H. Cassidy
L. G. Consigney
E. E. Coulson
Chilsey
W. G. D'iwiht
A. E. Dick

Mary bbert
Reea EAr=una.
F. L. Ezell
C. J. Franklin
E. B. Fletcher
P. B. Fox
R. J. Fuller
E. E. Gallowa4y
C. 2. Gamble
J. N. Hopson
F. C. Heste;r


Mrs.Ellen Hardman Hunter
Mrs. Lu y Hanson
Mrs. %. R. Hall
Mrs. Helen Hanford
Mrs. C. E. Hawr.ins
Miss Maude Ann Gregory
Mrs. J. B. Hannah
Mrs. Fre& Kreamer Jr
Lak
Mrs. Gilbert D.Lea h
Mrs. J.C. LanAers
Mrs. Ada MoIntoah
Wom
Miss Lizzie Maiach
Mrs. W. H. Mahoney
Mrs. C. J. Manley
Mrs. Theo L. Mead
Mrs. John S. Marris
Mrs. E. H. Mote
Mrs. T. B. Milan
Sor
Miss Elisabeth M.Porter


man' 8
U



Il


II
n


a


Club Leesburg


Winter Park
" a Xstia
Leesburg



'n

buLnford
Leesburg
Leesburg
n

ft





County Fed.
Leesburg


an's Club Mt.Dora
Sanford
Leesburg
Leesburg
Oveido
LeesburE
Leesburg
Leesburg
osis ,,rlando
Orlando


PLKDBBD


PAID


10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10. 0
10.00
10,00

1.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
25.00
75.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
100.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00

1.00
10. OU
10*00
5.00
10.00
10.00
75.00
10.00

10.00
75.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
*.5
10.00
10.00
Z980.00
10.00


BAL. DUE


Jb.000
5.00
10.00
b.5bb
1.00
b.i55
6.00
-*00
2.00
1.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
25.00
75.00
10.00

Z.00
5.00
2.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
10.0
5.00
.24
5.00
1.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
25.00
Z.00

10.00
75.00
l0-00

0.00

3.15
10.00
10.00
979.99
10.00


I II I II I I a


-- -- ~ --- --


---


O6.00
7.00

6.65
7.00
6.66










7.00
7.00
7.00


85.00
5.00


6.76






50.00
7.00




6.64
7.00




.01








. SECTION VII continued


Crirn


-iiaAi i ii .. .---. l '


- -~---- -


Mrs. E. B. Peter Leeaomrg
Mrs. J. E. Pepper
Mrs, T. J. Redding
Mrs, W. G. Rosea
Mrs. J B. Steppe
Mrs W. M. Scott Sanford
Mrs T. Pioton iaarlow Orlando
Dr. i ood Leesburg
Emma Williams "
Mrs. J.H.Williams
Mrs G. Ware
Mrs. iusan B. Wight Sanford
W WeJdnesday Bridge
Club Orlando
Mrs. Fred Williama Sanford
Woman's Club Leeaburg
i3~11~


..


Mrs
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.


c. A.S .3oUUAoASA
H. L. Goodwin
J. A. MoCrainie
W. A. Iason
6prinks
I. R. LeGette
L. M. Johnson


Woman's Club
Dr. ,m. F. Blaokman


St. cloua
Orlando


PAI1 AIDJ


$10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00


b.00
5.00
5600
10.00
60.00

20.00
5.00
b0O.0o0
10.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
Z.00
10.00
15.00
0o.00


410.0O
2,26
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
26.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
20.00

20.00
5.00





10.00


18.00


II 1 3 11 I I I II I


Page 2 ENDO aMIT FUND


PLUDG,;D


ADDRESS


$7.75








4000


800.00
10.00
10.00
5.00


*.00
10.00

80.00









SECTION VIIX


SADDR..3S


ENDO,'MEKNT IUNDl

PLErIDED PAID B..L.DUE


Mrs.W.J.Adams
Mrs. A.
Mrs. A. S. Blaont


Elizabeth Bigelow
Sarah Bigelow
M. M. Burton
f;has. G. Blake
C. E. Baker
Katherine A. Cunningham
Woman's Club


Mrs. Ida Dann


Alice G. Gunn
D. B. Givens
N. W. Hensley
Hewitt Hill
n n


Dr. Emma C. Haskett
Mrs. C. E. Hawkins
Mtss Kate V. Jackson
Dora G. Lewis
Mrs. E.l Morgan


Alpha Sorosis
Woman's Club


408. De Leon At.
Tampa,
St. Petersburg
U if
n n

" II
Tampa (Bx.2944)
11
Clearwater
Larcgo
Dade City
n
St. Petersburg



St.Petersburet
Brooksville
Tampa
St. Petersbutrg
Tarpon pgas


Village Improv- Ozona
ment Society
Woman's Club Plant City
Mrs. Mildred E. Palmer St. Petersburg
20th Century Club Ruskin
(Hillsboro Co.)
Mrs. Harriet E.Reed St. Petersburg
Mrs. J. W. Rumley Tampa


Pasadena Woman's
Club
Woman's Town
Imp. Asso.
Rose Park P.T.A
Woman's Club
Cyoadia CGenatery


ssn. arpo2
Tampa Shores
Woman's Club Tampa
Wayne Thomas Seffner Civic
Assn. Tampa
Jae. H. Thompson ,Ioman'sClub "
J. I. Tod &
Katherine B. Tippette St. P,
ugenia C. Trask Tampa
Tampa Civio Aasn Tampi


St.Petersburg


$10.00 $Z.00 7.00


100.00
2.50
2.50

Z0.00
5.00
10.00

10.00
21.00
25.00
100.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
4.00
10. 00
10.00
50.00
100.00
2.00
10.00
10.00

20.00
10.00
20.00


100.00
2*50
2.50
10.00
5.00
10.00

10.00
21.00
25.02
26.00
10.00
*.50

4.00
6o.8

20.00
100.00
2.00
10.00
10.00

80.00
10.00
20.00


20.00





75.00

6.50
6.67

b.17

30.00


10.00 10.00
8.00

60.00 60.00


15.00
10.00
50.00


n Zp6s&

Shore


etersburg
chores
a


8.00
10.00
50.00


10.00


50,00 20.00 .0.00

45.00 2. 21.66


10.00
10.00
10.00
IS0.00
10.00
50.00


10.00
10.00
Z.50
100.00
6.67
3b.54


16.66


NAME


CLUB


Miss
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.


Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
n


Mrs.

Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
mEXm.


1. _. I I I I - - - .. ... .


I ~- I- I -


I








SECTION VIII ( Cont'd. Pg.2) ENDOWVMENT :UND


AD'DRES


PLEDGED PAID BAL.DiUE


Mrs. . E. ebb Woman's Club
Mrs. Lena B. Windhorst "
Woman's Club


Barriet B. vWeaver

Mrs. W. P. Slayton
Mrs.e alter L.Wyll.e
Miss Mary Mobs


Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Miss
" B


Woman's Blub


Vioman's Club

J. C. Beekman
Frank A. Kennedy
S. G. Searlan
Baker
Wa*d.
ZElzabeth Skinner
i It


Mrs. LyiLla E.Svvd.aing
State Nurses Jssn.
Pinellas Co. Fed


Tampa $10.00
Tampa 10.00
Linona 10.00
St.Peterabur615.00
Zephyrhills 10.00
St*.Ptersuur610o00
5,00
10.00


$0*000
b.53

5.00
10.00


06.67
6.66
10.00


10.00
o100 2.00
10.00


Cotee Valley
Port Riohey 150.00
Tarpon p6ga 100.00
Clear water 50.00
Clearwater 60.00
Tampa 2.00 8.00
" 8.00 2.00
Dunedin 180.00
" 0.00
Tampa Shra. 5.00 5.00
28.00 28.00
Pinellas 10.00


150.0,
100/00
50.00
50.00


180.00


10.00


NAME


CLUB


~-ma~rsli- ~l.nr~rr- ..,-~n-rxr r---r-- ,-r~-rar\-i ~n.,,-mn~----~l-~p;---- =-a~-*r-r- -; ~--r~.lrr---.rr. ~. -~-r .~-p.rrr- r-r~---l ~-.------- .r~L----r-----------; --~- -r ~.1--- ..--il.- --.-~1 411


- ----.--ADDUSS







SEiCTION IX


NAME CLUB "!DhRLoj P31.I.G;LD PAID Li


Mrs. J.O.A~3new


Woman's Club
Babson Park Club
Anonymous
orjomn' Club
1. C. bancroflt Voman's Club
F. E. Bakkus
Douglas Blxack
Vet. Brown

G.lE.Gxu oo,,
TRoert iBrowv
. U. Cofi'n iUomUn's Club
H. D. Loda. Jr "
Luther Mi. Cody "
Mtt ie tlono
Geo, Clemenau
Grace ii, whute
Grace R. n rjte
for G. oil .an
r.obt. 1.i' .ewll
'annlte '..oeall
R. .>.s. Ii iUjicGan
Fred H. ,arinGf
Irvin BE. .-pp-nmtain
:lobt Le.- Liter
Robt. admiaton


,krs. Jeose T. rerrzell
Mrt. Paul "isheG
Kj.. ... J. Fliteraft

*6. jT. llolden
IMrs. : Henry
Man B. Hale
Mrs. .i1-len Harrison
MrL. Leon Hebb
iMr:.. B. P. Hines
rsxa., Irwin
Dr. Mary B. Jaeett t
Mrs. E. P. Jacques
Vrs. V. R. Juison
Inda Sinolair King
Mrs. Pets Killman
Mrs. Florence Kline


Mrs.
Mrs.

Mrs.

Mra
Mrs.


Mrs.
Mrs.





NII


IMr. .

re .
Urs.
L're. *
Mr>. *


f inee City $b.00
Bartow 12b.00
25.00
Bartow 1.00
i-;- liide 10.00
muburnaale 10. O0
Frost Proof 5.00
.ubur a- le 24.01J
-arto w 100.00
Bartow b.00
5.00
1.00
Frost Proof 6.00
it" S.OO
S10.00
4.00
iinet 'ity 1.00
ttw 5.00





:?rOsot .?L0u.. .0.00
80.00
zin'* a- Ci ty -.n '
Z 10.00
I;oit roof 6.00
-.uL a i,1s 10t 2.0
I'.'.. City 1 .00G
-aU- tow 1U.00
RaineLict 1.00
r-o-t 3..*Ou1.. 10 0.00
Haitl, :ity 1.00
7artow 10.00



ntr lIOvr 15. uO
Winter hiven l1.0



r'ost proof b.00O
?:'rost Pxrooi' 5.00


Barton
llUalne' City
"


aoman's Club
Sor osis
Woman's Club


V. 0"
1 uO
2.00


Lake amlton .
Laks Hamilton^ QQ


Lakeland
Lake 1:ales


126.O0
26.00
l.ou
10.0
?.ob ..6
1.50 06.00
8.00 16.OL



1. U
2.00 4.00
10. 0W
b.00
1.01
4.00
b.UO0

16 e %'" .

10.0U 20.00
5.00 O0.o0
b.8o 6.67
2.00 4.00
10.00
b.00 10.00
.oo0 6.50
1.00
66.00 A.00o
1.00
10.00
1b.00
100.0O
1.0W
1.150 .50
10. J,
b.UO 1b. 0



6.00
l0.x.
b bL; 6.64

1.00
2.00

25.00


SOb.00 167.0O 168.0
2S.00 2L.00


Deceased


..oi n,.n' Clu
. '


I I III I









EEDO UIWMNT FUND


PLEDGED PAID BAL.DUE


lMs. Josle E. Lawrence
Mrs. L. J. Lenfeste
Mrs. Anna Loan
Mrs. J. A. Latimer
Mrs. P. J. Langford
Mrs. Geo. A. Leighton
Mrs. R. E. Motu'rray
Mrs. Wm. ,nyno Mackey
Mrs. H. W. Nanson
Mrs. T. R. -.arquis
Mrs. A. F. i.ann
Mrs. J. Will Mitchell
Mrs. C. C. Mathews
Mrs. C. M. Mallett
Mrs. F. W. Nelson
Mrs. A. c. Nicola
Mrs. F. (irwurd Ohlinger
Mrs. Jack Pryor
Mrs. S. F. Poole
Mrs. E. A. Ploth
Mrs. W. S. Preston
Mrs. J. S. Parryman
Pol
W.
Mrs. F. A. Randall
Mrs. Wm. M. Peock
Mrs. LLurl Reiohe
Mrs. G. H. Ruhl
Miss Alice Sawyer
Mrs. Will Stevens
Addie P. 6eymour
S if it


John W. Sample
H. M. Swinson
Ruth Scorgie
L. 2. reward
Lisle W. Smith
Antox Schneider
Kate C. Spencer
W. F. Sneed
Cora E. Storm
W. M. Steitz
.. B. Sewell
F. B. Thompson
Frank C. Thompson
W, I. Webb
Chas. B. nitee


Sebring
Bartow
Bartow
Frost Proof
n n
Auburndale
Bartow
Auburnda le
]-;rtow
Bart Jw
Bartow
Bartow
Frost Proof

Auburnda le
Bartow
Frost Proof
Hainet City
Winter Haven
Bartow
ift
La land

Mulberry
Haines City
Avon Park
Bartow
Frost Proof
iartow
1I
Winter Havel

Bartow
Bartow
Frost P oof
Bartow
Haines City
Lakeland
TV
it
IT


Frost Proof

Raines City
Frost Proof


$10.00
10.00
6.00


10.00

10.00
5000
1.00o
10.00
6.00
5.00
6.00
6.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
150.00
10.00
10.00
'5.00
10.00

5.00
1.00
15.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
1.00
5.00

5.00
5.00
lb.00

50.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
10.00
10.00
9.00
1.00
12.00


NAME


CLUB


a.50
5.00
2.00
5.00
7.00
5.00
3.00
5.00
5.00

5.00
2.00
10.00
6.67
10.00
Z.50
50.00

10.00

10.0D.,

5.00
1.00


15.00
10.00;
5.00


1.00
1. DO
.o00

1.00
5.00
10.00O



5.00
1.00
5.00
5.00
5.00



0..S
20.00
1.00
8,000
2.00
1.00
4.00


$6.66
6.50

b.00
10.00
7.00

7.00
7.0



4.00

5.3

6.50
100.00
6.67







6.00


5.00


2.00

10.00

6.65

6.67


7.00
6.00

8.00


Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.


- -----~--~IICII)--- -- -- - ~ I-~- ~-'--- --L-~ __


SECTION IX


(con'I)


k County Fed.
C. T. U.









SECTION IX ( Cont'd)


CLUB


Page a


ENDOUMENM FUND


AD1DF.;L: PLEDGED PAID BAL.DUE


Mrs. G. 5. Work
Mrs. Leslie .,omaok
Mrs A. J. eiidner
Mrs. E. L. Wirt
Mrs. J. A. .addell
Mrs. M. ilson
Mrs. C. L Wilson
Mrs. Budie B. Wright
Mrs. L. J. fWhitmore
P


Auburnad.le $10.00
10.00
Z.00
Bartow 2b.00
1" 10.00
"* 6.00
5.00
Lakeland 10.00
10.00


oman&a.Club Babson Park
aren't Teaoherse Asun Auburnaale


5. 00


10.00
10.00
SI.OO
5.00
10.00
5,00
b,00
10.00
.00Z ;6.67
b.OO
..00
5.00


NAME









SECTION X

CLUB ADDRESS


ENDO ;.IENT FUND
PLEDGED PAID BAL.DUE


Helen Aspinwall
Mrs. H. W. Beasey
Mrs. Frank Cassley
Mrs. Lloyd Faraum
Woman's Club
Mrs. R. C. Home
Mrs. P. H. Jones
Mrs. R. E. Kurtz
Mrs. Naomi Kitching
Sorosis
Woman's Club
Mrs. Edgar Lewis
Mrs. C. M. Loy
Miss Hrnnrletta lIaok
Mrs. O.S.Miller
Dr. Abbott,Morton
Mrs. Jonn J. Moore
Mrs. Ethel Thomas Porter
Mr. . B. Raulerson Woman's Club
Mrs. C. F. Raulerson
Mrs. S. C. Stalls
Mrs. R. C. Sligh
Mrs. Glenn Sligh
AlAAdin Club
Woman's Club


Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.


C. L. ,illiams
S. 6. Wainwright
D. B. Rounoil


Stuart $6.00
10.00
10.00
Moore Haven 10.00
Ft. Pierce 2000.00


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Moore Haven

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50.00

5.00
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10.00
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150.00

50.00
2b.00

10.00
10.00
500.00
500.00
10.00
10.00
100.00
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Mrs. .m.Mack Brown
Mrs. 0.E. Behymer


Housekeepers Club


Geo. F. Cook
J. I. Conklin
Philip Crosgrove
Coral GCbleLe
Club


Mrs. F.C. Lickey
Gertrude B.'uiler
Mrs. Eay 'alukne:r
lLs. John Grant





ITrs. Earvei Jarret-
Mrs. V. A. Johnson
Eizt. tephen Lowe
Mrs. -dith E Leutht
Mrs. Otto Lindqu-sl
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Mrs.
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Club
HomesteLd Pioneer
Guild,
Ioman's Club






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row Co.Fe
Browara Co.Fed.


Chas. L. Roberts
;aith S. btearns
Jame. R. towers
i'rank atranahan
mma iW. Stevens
Jas. B. Vreelana,r.
T. 0. ilaon
w. R. .,.arren
Harriet ,atrons
R. D. bailey,


Mrs. H, G. heelerer


Mrs. Oliver McKibbon
Mrs. R. B. foLeudon
Mrs. W. A. McClaren ( by Mrs.C.A.-alu
( deceased) Davie .unday Schc
.1omtn'! Club


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Hiolly wo CL 3. 0 .0
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lfiami 10.00 10.0
Miami 1b0.00 150.0(
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10.00
10.00
6.00
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90.00
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" 200.00
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SECTION XII


ENDOW'ENT FUND


PLEDGED


PAID BAL.DUE


Mrs. alter Soott Ashton
Mrs. John Burkcet
Lllen P* Caples Wol
Mrs. W. D, Collier
Mrs. John H. Carter,Sr.
Mrs. J. H. Fowler
Mrs. Dan A. Frank
Mrs. F. H. Ga&nter
Miss M. M. Gardner RomE
Mrs. Stanley Hanson
Margaret A. Hanson
Mrs. Julia Hanson
Mrs. W, Stanley He n:ion
Mrs. Eugene D. Holmes
Mrs. B. P. Longmire
Mrs. Otis F. LLnders
Mrs. Kenneth 'asion
Mrs. i' ul R. fNoble
Ena. B. F. Palmer


L's Club


Ln's Club


Woman's Club
Mrs. Geo. B. Ro~s
Mrs. L. L. Rich:- rson


Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.


Anonymous
R. I. Southwiolk
Louie E. Tuttle
A. T. ..inslow
Fred F. ,oolmey
Woman's Club
Civic League
Woman's Club


Sarasota


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Sarasota
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10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
Z0.00
10.00
25.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
10.00
0.00
10.50
10.00

10.00
500.00
100.00
10.00
2.00
6.00
10.00
10.00

80.00
25.00


o10.00
10.00
10.00

10.00
10,00
6.67
20.00
10.00


10.00
20.00
10.00
5.00
5.50

2.00
10.00
171.00

7.00


10.00
10.00
20.00


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6.65
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FLORIDA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
ORGANIZED APRIL 1921
EXECUTIVE BOARD-THE COUNCIL OFFICERS WITH THE PRESIDENTS AND LEGISLATIVE
CHAIRMEN OF ORGANIZATIONS
President
MRS. W. S. JENNINGS
1845 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Vice President Treasurer Secretary
MR. A. A. COULT MRS. JOHN G. LEONARDY MRS. A. M. RICHARD
Fort Myers, Fla. Garner-Woodruff Bldg., Sanford, Fla. 720 Gilmore St., Jacksonville, Fla.

Jacksonville, Fla.,
March la, 1929.


Mrs.-A. G. Cumcler,, President,
Florida, Federation of Garden C^ubs,
Everglades. Hotel,.
Mi.ai, Fla.

My dear Mrs. Summer:

I am enclosing a letter which I have addressed to the
Florida Budget Commission, urging the inclusion of the appropriation
asked for by the Florida Board of Forestry for the bienniumi period,
and am attaching to this letter a copy from the Times-Union of budget
submitted to the Budget Commission by the Florida Board of Forestry.

I believe that an endorsement from the Federated Garden
., Clubs, urgin oined with other commissions, and that the appropriation asked for
S begranted, will be of great weight in the Governor's decision in
7 'keeping intact the Board as it is under the present law.

It will be necessary to rush, witn all possible dispatch,
your. request for the appropriation because the Budget Commission is
sitting at the present time and making up the budget to present to
the coming Legislsature, and lmay close at any time.

.I would like a copy of your letter so when the Legislaturel
\ !ioes 'convene I will have it to use in my work for the appropriation.

I am also enclosing a letter to the Budget Commission ask-
ing for the appropriation to Royal Palm State Park, which explains
itself, 'and for which I would appreciate an endorsement from the
Ga.rien Clubs. This is in line with our conversation over the
phone toda-,'.

I certainly do wish for you the best meeting you have
ever had, and I hope you will be kind enough to give me your
reaction on Royal Palm State Park upon your return. I talked
to .Miss. Meig-s about the other matters and she will talk them over
with you.

SWith warmest regards and great appreciation.

Sincerely,


S.Mrs. S nnii
President.







ak ~So. .19

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Pi bins ofUm t4ohe dpndattnt tm n tire

tipiuatlat for the as*tk has been 0290
am --fH of the very low ebb of finonraes n serz
o f 1 th- yat fdl s$ SOa -tef wf
sos of uoe Inda wt ht4d o hatnd we
w 0 rark through this year. It is anedlos
thealeara4vs tf tEe bturant ares, wEA hib
sad fl hian t atanl ether welt plamwdt,
almW YW oe tohe V nry ttoBe.
v** iowlsue owes the )ederation rm*wamt rtase
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to olSaatse bo*Unfl at ILa tOf tind.
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So sNount of the laAe of paton ge at the pnesvat twae At
Swvery itttealt to finase the wea*. e eue n s*tlU owe this
wmayt, aM because the ~moy we should have wed Ir fir Weahisa
leading hasd tto be *smd for aalstsa tawe and p rotiet on of *e Patk,
Sesan gag ieo ask that thes a FCamntn c Canis oa ewstier givinrtg
W4our aftl ap>r ntioaUn for the bisanlAu, and irnlafe for next
yaes $9!,W adltRoiaal, thilac we SMuttld hbrq had this year, beSgi5m-Z-, ,
istaeg, of ft"eh iin ftpttber, a=d addaag 0o to ao mnaal i4
ag3pi3stioset Of f2 for next year, latitg 40QO per gham for
mlh yla r, or #,0Ov.; for th e bei in.
Sl a"ti ts r t... tea if th e T' fopa. Srgldes Matic al Park
ist tal La in the c~De 'Sabl r4Qgio t~t tb a &s 1will be 8feii-
eatly, al* royal alia state ParIk so orT PXl will be laoluded In
thte attoasta Park, Sad that we will bt abl to tan At ov3r to
the Sflnr Geimresaemt for safe k)pisag. In the menntiae ne are
a**ditn an. stanse to carry oa the work.
tta ase wep anting the Woind awe in M s. M alma w that
W N t t ftsro it will look lifk a natural gr of paelaswVhef
I" Ui VnT plenliag to the scientists who are advisory to the
astk CaOm tte.
To pa s4 bly know that Congress paS d the bill thib
wboaua w w th Eattiol1 Part S36rvlf5 to Signate a gVrO of
att olal Piatk sa to make a sfmvy of this C ae cablh s an and
it to aet that as wf hane as tnrp&oeal aoals Parkc this amre
n atertaly be t ieluded In the Natriqal ParE iretsy if it tan
&I sutiwAr. At Er rate, we atst haag ate. car em sta Park,
a I will appeiate g&eaUy *h asi.teass of yrar hasoratt
%bfy Its wiisatalag the staslait that we bnv sftruggled wry hard

S it geast app iotation.
Sta P S 3rely,


, r ,B -age .'I
Roya O Pala abuse Park
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runi Asked


To Ai priest


Work in State

Budget Commission ReqUest-
ed for $81,140 Yearly to
Meet Needs.

Requesting that the state budget
commission approve the setting aside
of $81,140 a year for the next bien-
nium In order-that the forestry work
In the state might be increased to
meet the demands placed upon the
Florida Forest Service, members of the
Florida Board of Forestry were In ses-
sion here yesterday. The meeting was
held at the Carling hotel.
The budget request was that 840,320
a year be approved for regular organi-
zation work, and that $40,820 be ap-
proved for use in fire prevention and
suppression activity in co-operation
with matched funds from the federal
goRernment under the Clarke-McNary
.act and private interests. Under the
budget proposal It Is estimated that a
total of $144.440 would be available
for the fire prevention work should
the requested amount be allowed. $40;-
820 from the state, $40.820 from the
government, and a62.800 from private
Interests Forest lands under protec-
tion at present totals 640.000 acres. It
was announced yesterday by Harry Lee
Baker, state forester. Under the bud-
get plans an additional area of 1.500,-
000 acres would be Taken over in the
year 1929-30. and an additional 2.000.-
000 acres in the years of 1930-31,
bringing to a total of 4,140.000 acres
under protection in the state at thE
close of the coming biennium.
Mr. Baker and his four assistants at-
tended the board meeting. They are:
H. H. Smith of Tallahassee, assistant
forester; H. M. Sebrmg of Starke, R. R.
Whittington of Panama City and H. M.
Malsberger of Lake City, district for-
esters. Mr. Wbittingtdli explained to
the board his work in the West Bay
area, emphasizing that the small land
owners of the territory were vitally
Interesting themselves In the work.
He said that the area contained 138.153
acres, explained that twenty-one fires
bad only burned 1.358 acres, the sup-
pression of the fires only costing
SI03.68. Seven large land owners and
thirty-six small- land owners are Inter-
este'd In the West Bay work, he ex-
plained.
Members attending the board meet.-
Ing were President S. Bryan'Jeennings,
prominent local attorney: Simon F.
Williams, business executive of this
city, secretary-treasurer; and John B.
Glenn of Chlpley,
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Jacksonville, Fla.,
March 12, 1929.

Governor Doyle E. Carlton, Chairman,
and M~e~ ers of the Budget Commission,
Tallahassee, Fla.

_gentlemen:
As you probably know, the bill creating the Florida
Board of Forestry was presented by the Florida Forestry Associa-
tion, through the Florida Legislative Council, and was handled
by me, as President of the Council, in the last Legislature.
The bill was drawn by S. Bryan Jennings, who had been drawing
forestry bills heretofore presented to the Legislature for several
years. The original recommendation for forest conservation was
made by Governor W. S. Jennings in 1903 in his essasge to the
Legislature. Since then my work, and Bryaa;s since he has been
old enough, has been continuous for conservation of the forests.
You will kindly pardon the personal reference above,
but it seemed necessary to lay the ip water of the history of the
forestirTodrk before 'you Ia as few pw4wa as pssaibi. At the
tea of~ he passge4.of 'the.bfl, it~~ ra~i just. 2yearssinoe the
trat .recommendation on th6 subject.
Oftcourse we all realize that with something like
7,000,000 -eres on the tax books it is vital that very aggressive
steps should be taken to bring into use again the aany idle acres
in the state. We are told, by those who kpow, that fire destroys
each fear in Florida as much timber as goes through the ills ---
enough to bu4ld 100,000 six-room houses. We all know that the
'forest* of eri rida are its greatest source of revenue. I will
/ ot weary you with further statistics because they are all avail-
Sable from the State Forester's office.
We feel that the forests are of sufficient importance,
as Florida's leading industry, to have a Board of their own without
being maxed up with other natural resources. Naturally,, the
wOrt of the fo Irt Service has tb be of a most technical character
and it would be most unfortunate to have it msied Op with politics.
The Board, under the present law, is tinder the &lreet aupefwision
of the Governor of the State, a&n we feel thie 18 most deirable.

By anthority of resolution adopted by the Florida
Legislative Council fi aawaal aeeting here on January .29th, I a





'4


Budget Comaission -2- Re Forestry Board
March 12, 1929

urging the setting aside in the State Budget of $.i,14O per ann=
for the next biennium for the work of the Florida Board of Forestry,
asked for in their budget presented for your consideration. This,
with the Federal and the Property Owners' matching funds, would, in
the bieaium, raise the protected area under fire tantrol to
4,14o,000 acres by 1931.
The budget has been submitted for yiur approval by the
State Forester, under authority from the Florida Board of Forestry,
and we urge that the Budget oaamission will find it possible to make
ample provision for this very aueh Sneede work in the State of
Florida. The Board will have barely been functioning 10 months
when the Legislature convenes, and in that time they have under their
control 640,000 acres of land for fire protection. It was most
unfortunate that the very asall apppropiation granted by the last
Legislature, $12,500, should have been allowed only for the first
year, placing the Board in an exceedingly embarrassing position.
We sincerely hope that you, as members of the Budget Coamission,
will find it possible to make ample provision for this greatest of
all work in Florida the conservation of the forests.

members of the florida Board of Forestry draw no salaries
and we begleve that the consblidatias 'of the Fyestry work with that
of any other conservation coeaasion would be a beancap and a great
hindrance to the work, instead of assistance. The consolidation of
these conservation departments in other states has not been suecessfid.

The organic atione witch compose the Florida Legislative
Coo nil, having a combined approximate mearbebhip of between 35,000
and 40,000 members, are as follows:

Florida Federation of Woea' s Clubs,
Florida League of Woamen others,
Florida Auduba So iety,
Florida Forestry Association,
Florida IZaak Walten League,
Florida rlseation Association.
We must reeOpgZie the fact that less we can bring back
the forests e a& produer, people are going to refuse to pay taxes
on the land. Property owner have paid a certain amnuat for their
lande and have paiA double that amount since for taxes, and still
have no protectiLa from fire, consntat theft of poles and ties,
and feate getting, so ta1y cannot in any way derive an income ftx
the lan. A great deal mare of this land will reert to the State
without eve the probability of the State"s haT~Vg any bayere for it.







Budget Coiaaasuton 3 Re Forstry Board
tarch 12, 1929-


In other word, the privilege of paying taxes alone
ot ona's possesioBs hasr father palled on the public la.ad owner,
and feoQsat Soanervation uador the Florida foaretry soard seems to
b4 the reasey and offers the solution of the question. rf given
taM a4d pport, I am save they oan work out the. problem.


Bianierely,



Irs. W. ~iingo
President
Florida Legislative Council.


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ROYAL PALM STATE PARK a 6 0
EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION OF $20,000.00 BADLY NEEDED


The Florida Federation of Women's Clubs respectfully appeals to the members of the Florida
Legislature to make an Emergency Appropriation of $20,000.00, covering two years, for the restoration,
protection, future care and the re-establishing of the nursery for Royal Palm State Park.

GRANTS AND GIFTS
Royal Palm State Park, 12 miles below Homestead, has 4,000 acres of land, 960 acres granted to
the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs by the 1915 Legislature, and a like acreage, 960, given the
same year by Mrs. Henry M. Flagler. In 1921 the Legislature again made a grant of 2,080 acres. The
State Park is said by scientists to be unique as the only Tropical Jungle of its kind in the United States
and possibly in North America. The tree and plant life belong botanically to the West Indies in char-
acter, which was shown by the more than 251 kinds of plant life listed and catalogued by Dr. W. E.
Safford, Economic Botanist, detailed from the United States Plant Bureau in 1916. This survey was
published in the Smithsonian Journal and given wide publicity. The same year the U. S. Biological
Survey conducted a two-week survey by Arthur Howell, who listed 123 kinds of birds.
The Curator of Bronx Park (N. Y.) Botanical Gardens, Dr. John K. Small, has written several
journals and books on the Park which have been widely quoted. The Park has proven a mecca of interest
to scientific students.
INCOME
Previous to 1921 the Federation cared for the Park by general subscriptions in which the Dade
County Commissioners generously assisted. The work had grown so that it became impossible to provide
the actual maintenance and protection of the Park with such an indefinite source and manner of
financing, and the Legislature made a continuing annual appropriation of $2,500 per annum. This has
been supplemented to total an amount expended of from $8,000 to $10,000 per annum.
The source of income has been from the Lodge, built in 1916-17, where a limited number of visitors
can be housed and served meals, and from the raising of Royal and other palms for sale. Last year ten
acres of the prairie land was fenced as a nursery and cocoanuts planted with the hope of increasing the
revenue.
LODGE
The Park Lodge is attractive and comfortable and equipped with running water, electric lights and
a refrigeration plant, the latter recently given to replace refrigerator damaged by storm. The Federa-
tion built the Lodge and other buildings on borrowed money, some of which is still owed.
STORM DAMAGE
The great storm in the fall of 1926 unroofed part of the Lodge and damaged other out-buildings;
the water destroyed the nursery, and falling trees and limbs wrecked the slat house and young palms,
cutting off the extra revenue. A new water plant had to be purchased.
The growth of the choice jungle was badly damaged and several of the largest royal palms, over
100 feet tall, were twisted off at the roots. Seventy Royal palms, some over 50 feet tall, were pulled
back in place and 60 reported growing.
FIRE HAZARD
Last week fire visited the Park and burned over about one-third of the north end of the choicest
growth. The fire departments of Miami, Coral Gables and Homestead went to the relief of the Federa-
tion Committee in an effort to save this choicest bit of plant life, which the Federation has saved and
carefully guarded for years. One hundred extra men were also secured besides the State fire depart-
ment, under direction of Mr. Dutch, Chief Fire Warden, who took charge. While the fire has been ex-
tinguished, extra men patrol the Park at the present time.
The hazard from fire, due to the storm from fallen trees and limbs, was greatly increased, and
seven wells were driven and these wells with a portable Evinrude fire engine, made it possible to save
the Lodge and out-buildings and stop the spread of the fire in the jungle last week.
More wells are needed, more fire-fighting equipment, another Evinrude engine, and roads will have
to be built through the jungle and paths cleaned, and in much of the burned-over district trees and palms
will have to be especially cared for to save them, and much replanting must be done.
The Federation, in an effort to repair the damage done by the storm, not only spent all the money
on hand, but has borrowed, and on account of this new emergency finds it impossible to cope with the
situation without making an appeal to the Legislature to appropriate an Emergency Fund of $20,000.00
covering a period of the next two years to permit a complete rehabilitation of the Park.
There are no salaries paid any member of the 16,000 members of the Florida Federation of Women's
Clubs. The only salaries are paid to the Warden of Royal Palm State Park, his helper, and the Lodge
hostess. From time to time extra help is hired by the day as needed. It is impossible to abandon such
an attractive and valuable piece of remarkable growth and the buildings and equipment upon which
the Federation has expended attention, energy and funds.
Thirty thousand visitors registered at the Lodge last year, and it is estimated that not more than
half register. The park is one of Florida's rare attractions, and while of the greatest scientific value,
it is also a great advertising asset.
A group of the greatest scientists of the United States value it so highly that they are serving in
an advisory capacity to the Park Committee.





B. /WADdILL, PRESIDENT
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829 Riverside Avenue,
J cksonville, Florida.'

April 26$h,
1 9 2 9
Ura. \'. 3. Jenninga,
C/o iloridan Hotel,
Tallalassee, Florida.

Dear lrz, Jennins6:-

In reply to your let'.er of the
2Oth, I wish to thank you very much for the foa-
tcrin.r yu :tr-3 iving the v nar ous aLE sundry
bills in which we have a mutual interest.

I ao hope the Hlighway rezauti-
fica.tion bir.l will carry and w; so the native saliba conservation bill bias fair
to ..o -mendea LC- we decire. I rnjtc mi.t you
do nfit I.e:]tion tlie Arbor D' 'ij.1, tLL I ; hi'k
T -.'e'd f ilj preienlmt tion,

c,-:r:,.-din,: hie signbo'..rd t bill
presented by P:r. Lauiiewis Lhat does not ex-
c cel.l :'-t ;ith iy idloru,. 'Te bill 'W'hich he nre-
sented i his own; tie one of 'wiich you .- ve a
co;y.' ie :ie one -;Kich the lu_.'..n : ederu- :ior' of
: r.,.-n J !bs wjnjLed. This later bill "r. Ua thews
fell, to be rncontic t. 'ti '!.-., ;ii other ..'.ito.ir, eys
agrec.: with him. CoL'sOeqiL IUtLly we lh-'.e hj.,o r.
sub2titu'.te ill dr.:, Leou c.i .i. tin; thut no bill-
Lo-rd jiiay be placed within 500 feet of any turn
in the rco.d, intersection, or railroaa cra;cing.
TIic bill, I hope, will s-.on be )rezceted,

Acting on your ag.teati i and
th-'.t of your son, ULr. S, L-ryan 3ennings, I have
had the two resolutions of the .I..t.C., as well
as the two'bills a;hichj.we are iresentin,; mimeo-
graphed uad have today sent a copy of each; ac-
comip.-nied ty a personal letter, to every :e;;ber
of the Lecislature.

Hoping the best of success may
reward your efforts, I am,

,Ever .cost cordially,,
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(Mrs. Arthur G. Cumier)




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