4 edition of history of the Texas Federation of Women"s Clubs ... found in the catalog.
|Statement||Published by the authority of the Texas Federation of Women"s Clubs.|
|Contributions||Christian, Stella L., ed., Potter, Fannie Cora Bellows, ed., St. Romain, P. W., Mrs., ed.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1905.T4 T4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||20000347|
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The Texas Federation of Women's Clubs (TFWC) is a non-profit women's organization in Texas which was founded in The purpose of the group is to create a central organization for women's clubs and their members in Texas relating to education, the environment, home and civic life, the arts and Texas history.
Seventy-percent of public libraries in Texas were created through the work of the Founded at: Waco, Texas. Women's clubs, like the Texas Association of Women's Clubs also denounced lynching.
The purpose of the ASWPL was to end lynching in the United States. Women's groups, like the NACWC, began to support desegregation in the s. The Montana Federation of Colored Women's Clubs led campaigns for civil rights between and Texas Federation of Women's Clubs. History of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs.
[Houston, Dealy-Adey-Elgin co., printers, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stella L Christian; Fannie C Potter; P W St Romain.
Get this from a library. History of the City Federation of Women's Clubs, San Antonio, Texas. [Alice Collins Moon]. The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. Collectively, we are Living the Volunteer Spirit.
At least 70 percent of the public libraries in the state were founded through the assistance of Texas women's clubs. In the Texas group joined the General Federation of Women's Clubs and changed its name to the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs.
City Federation had their 2nd corporation meeting and event today. It was a cold afternoon but we warmed up with hot tea, coffee and great company.
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The ballroom is large and Wedgwood blue. Sound system was great. Plenty of side rooms with cozy couches and chairs. Women's /5(25). GFWC Texas APP GFWC Texas Directory Our Mission: To unite Women's Clubs that encourage the study of literature, current and world events, promote and raise funds for charitable activities, address social issues and provide ways and means for solutions, under the roof of Federation.
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A nonprofit organization, and the largest voluntary association of women in the State of Texas. Mar 17, · Jane Croly’s massive book The History of Women’s Clubs in America, published inattests to the impressive number of clubs and staggering ambition of members in the era before the twentieth century.
Bymembership totaledwomen, and the numbers would rise until Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Mansion, Austin. likes · 2 talking about this · 6, were here. Charity Organization.
TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS. The Texas Association of Colored Women's Clubs was organized by Mrs. Moore in Gainesville, Texas, in (Because black women were excluded from the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, they had to form their own organization.) Their motto was "Lifting As We Climb.".
Originally organized in Waco by twenty-one signatory clubs as the Texas Federation of Literary Clubs with the objective of establishing communication and cooperation between the existing clubs devoted to education and self-improvement.
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Arlington Womens Book .We were one of the original twelve members of the Fiesta Commission, and we are members of the San Antonio Women's Federation, Inc. and the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, Alamo District. We are registered as a §(c)(3) charitable organization.The History of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Item Preview The History of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs by Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, Stella L.
English. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes. Vol. 1 edited and compiled by Stella L.
Christian; v. 2 by Fannie C.