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Guide to the Women's Christian Temperance Union Records MS 221
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Administration, 1890 April 14, 1935–1942 April 16

Includes:

Certificate of Incorporation, April 14, 1890 (in Oversize Collections D6)
Certificate of amendment of articles of incorporation, April 16, 1942
Brochure issued from the National WCTU, Department of Soldiers and Sailors
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Membership, 1922-1932 and undated

Includes:

Membership log books
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Annual roll calls, 1925–1933

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Meeting minutes, 1901 April 1–1905 March

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Annual reports, 1895–1957

Includes:

Annual President and Secretary reports
“Report of the First WCTU of San Diego since 1889,” author unknown, possibly circa 1901
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Reports - miscellanea, 1918–1950

Includes:

Report of Investigative Committee at Camp Kearny, noting creation of the Southern California WCTU Home Center, May 28-29, 1918
Report from the Home Center for Service Men, March 5, 1935
Reports from the Flower Mission Department
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Finances, 1930–1945

Includes:

Treasurer reports
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Annual conventions, 1949–1959

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Correspondence, 1935-1957

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Events, 1897, 1942-1960

Includes:

"'Matron's Contest' of the Oneonta(?) WCTU" (program), July 14, 1897
Topical Programs brochure issued 1942 from National WCTU
Workshop Schedule for WCTU of Southern California, July 1957
Open House announcement, April 22, 1958
Agenda for WCTU Installation Ceremonies, August 19, 1960
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"New Temperance Reciter, New Band of Hope Reciter, and Temperance Melodies and Hymns" (book), 1866

Scope and Content

Book of three parts (New Temperance Reciter; New Band of Hope Reciter; and Temperance Melodies and Hymns), each part containing a preface with historical background on the Temperance Movement followed by a collection of recitations and hymns.