Roll of Members, Address of National President, and Report of Officers of the National Convention of the Woman's Relief Corps Volume 29, PT. 1911

Roll of Members, Address of National President, and Report of Officers of the National Convention of the Woman's Relief Corps Volume 29, PT. 1911

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...appointment as National Aide, have secured and initiated into our Order eighteen members. I secured forty-three applications for a charter at Milan, and in company with our Department President I instituted, making a total of sixty-one members I have added to our Order. I have procured one large six-by-ten bunting flag, which our Department President presented to our town for use on the steel staff in Central Park. Presented a flag to St. John Parochial school at Dundee. I was instrumental in reinstating one comrade to the Post. I have tried to be faithful and have spared neither time nor strength in serving our Noble Order. Adda F. Hall: Have visited thirty Corps and reinstated three; furnished a flag for a school; made one hundred and twenty-four visits to sick Comrades; visited the Soldiers' Home once and made three visits to the Woman's Building, where one hundred and eightyfour dear old ladies make their home. Truly I am proud of Michigan. Mary B. Hawley: As President of Gen. O. M. Poe W.R.C. No. 8, my time is very much taken. We received many visitors during the year; among them was our loved National President and her counsellor, Emma Stark Hampton, Countess Magri, nie Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb; have assisted the Patriotic Instructor in presenting flags to schools and Post. Initiated seventeen; signed six applications for membership. Sarah L. Brown: Matron of Woman's building, Grand Rapids. I am always deeply interested in W.R.C. work and until I accepted this position I have helped in Department work of my home Corps.I feel I am inculcating patriotism of one hundred and eighty-three women in my charge. I was instrumental in adding two members to our Corps. Massachusetts. Aides appointed, 94; reporting, 18. Nina B. Lovejoy: Accept the...show more

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 354g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236973860
  • 9781236973863