Constitution and plan of work for a local Woman's Christian Temperance Union

August 2017
Constitution & Plan of Work for a Local Woman's Christian Temper;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of the 1874 constitution and plan of work for a local chapter of a Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU). Stated goal of the organization; Structure of the group; Membership requirements; Order of meetings for the executive committee; List of publications for superintendents of departments; Other specifics.


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