San Francisco Genealogy
City and County Federation of Women's Clubs
San Francisco 1918 - 1920
Report of the Membership Committee
Transcribed by Elaine Sturdevant

Report of the Membership Committee

Mrs. A. L. HART, Chairman

During the two years 1918-19 and 1919-20 the following clubs have been received into the membership of the City and County Federation. The figures in parentheses indicate the membership of the organization:
Sherman Mothers' Club (23)
Mizpah Charity Club (45)
Girls' Friendly Society (37)
The Catholic Professional Women's Club (180)
Association of Pioneer Women (141)
The Danish Club (De Gamles Venner) (180)
The Denman Mothers' Club (91)
San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Children (33)
Emanu El Sisterhood (22)
Caps and Bells (126)
Mary Very Club (38)
San Francisco Grade Teachers' Association (800)
Executive Council Associated Charities (30)
Board of Directors of Travelers' Aid (18)
Pacific Coast Field Committee of National Board, Y. W. C. A. (101)
Girls' High Scholl Alumnae (176)
The Mothers' Club of Parkside District (32)
Executive Committee of House of Friendship (14)
San Francisco League for the Hard of Hearing (101)
San Francisco Organization Public Health Nurses (75)
The Community Parent-Teacher's Association (12)
The Winfield-Scott Parent-Teachers' Association (21)
The Board of Managers of the Children's Hospital and Training School for Nurses (31)
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Adult Probation Board (23)
The Nora Club (55)
Czecho-Slovak Women's Club (10)
Clionian Club (16)

These twenty-seven clubs represent a gain in membership of 2334, or 32.6 percent.

There have been no resignations, but the Adelante Club, the Normal School Parent Teachers' Association, the Woman's Peace Party, Teachers' Council No, 8, the Teachers' Round Table, and the New Era League have ceased to exist as such, and are, therefore, no longer enrolled.

Twenty-seven have been added to our list of Subscribing Members.

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