How Did Local Branches of the American Association of University
Women Contribute to Their Communities, 1900-1940?

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Abstract

Project Introduction: An Overview of the A.A.U.W's History

                               

General Documents: 1-4

Document 1: "What Your Dollar Does and What Your Additional Dollar Will Do," [1919]

Document 2: "Pupils Hear Head of Girls' College on Needs of Day," 29 October 1924

Document 3: "Report of the Program Committee, 1929-1930, of the American Association of University Women"

Document 4: "University Women Will Make Survey to Learn Status of Women in Jobs," 1 October 1934

                               

Loan Fund Documents: 5-8

Document 5: Regulations Governing Loan Fund of the Southern New York Branch of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, April 1901

Document 6: The Frances Johnson Collection: The First Loan Recipient

Document 7: "Minutes of the Southern New York Branch of the American Association of University Women," December 1925

Document 8: "Report of the Loan Fund Committee of the Southern New York Branch of the American Association of University Women for the Year 1928-1929"

                               

Study Group Documents: 9-11

Document 9: "Report of the Chairman of the Educational Committee of the American Association of University Women for the Year 1926-1927," June 1927

Document 10: "American Association of University Women Report on the Group for the Study of the Pre School Child," 27 May 1929

Document 11: "Annual Report of the Educational Committee of the Southern New York Branch of the American Association of University Women," June 1929

                               

Women in Politics: Documents 12-17

Document 12: "Rev. T. Parker Speaks at Dinner of Unversity Women," 16 January 1931

Document 13: "Women Champion Rural School Bill," 1 April 1924

Document 14: "Republicans Doom Rural School Bill," 3 April 1924

Document 15: "Mrs. Vanderlip Tells of Provisions of Rural School Bill," 29 October 1924

Document 16: "'Know Your City' Says Judge Schofield at Women's Dinner," 6 January 1932

Document 17: "College Women Hear Contrasting Views on Political Campaign," 21 October 1932

                               

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