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A 44-page notebook containing typed, numbered lists of notes on the National Council of Catholic Women. These lists include the reasons for establishing the Council, a timeline of the Council's development, the social issues important to the Council, and the Council's goals, aspirations, and administrative processes. The notes additionally contain quotes by Thomas Jefferson, Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, and various Church leaders, which are used to support the Council's goals and activities, and they also include newspaper clippings on the importance of the Council's work, the need for Catholic charity work to occur in groups, and calls to Catholic women to get involved. Lastly, the notes include a timeline and description of the development of child labor laws during Woodrow Wilson's presidency.
Public service organizations--California--Los Angeles Catholic action--California--Los Angeles Social justice--Religious aspects--Catholic Church Church work with women--Catholic Church Women in charitable work--California--Los Angeles Child Labor--Laws and Legislation--United States
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