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Index Abolition: and Beaumelle Sturtevant-Peet, 79; and Caroline Severance, 3, 23 Activism, 5; civic, 106, 128, 130–31, 137, 139; civic vs. political, 151, 155; clubs, 130; federation , 116–17; fragmented, 205; Friday Morning Club, 29–31; justification, 188– 89; organized women, 98; Pacific Coast Woman’s Press Association, 58; political, 169, 171, 194; progressive, 203; su√rage, 66, 150 Addams, Jane, 122, 180 Advertising, su√rage movement and, 185–86 African American women, 120–24, 186. See also Black women’s clubs; Race Aked, Charles, 185 Alexander, George, 160, 162, 182–83, 192–98 Allen, Genevieve, 185–86 Altruism, 5, 9, 107–8, 117. See also Activism American Civic Association, 131–32 American League for Civic Improvement, 131 American Park and Outdoor Art Association , 131 American Party, 42 American Protection Association, 91, 100 American Railway Union (ARA), 90 American Woman Su√rage Association, 15 Anderson, Naomi, 94 ‘‘Annie Laurie,’’ 57, 76. See also Bonfils, Winifred Sweet Black Anthony, Susan B., 84–88, 93–95, 100 Antipicketing law, 193 Anti-Semitism, 50. See also Race Antisu√ragists, 6–7, 100, 102–6 Apolitical, good government as, 159–60 Argonaut, school board elections and, 42, 45– 46, 61, 73 Associated Charities of San Francisco, 35 Association for the Improvement and Adornment of San Francisco, 137 Austin, Mary, 141 Babcock, Barbara, 15 Bagby, Frances, 53 Baker, L. L., 43 Balentine, Katherine Reed, 168 Bancroft, A. L., 60 Bandini, Helen Elliott, 113 Bear Flag Rebellion, 124 Beard, Mary, 131–32 Bell, Theodore, 168 264 Index Bellamy, Edward, 94, 113 Bellamy Nationalist Club, 75, 80. See also Nationalism, as socialist movement Benham, G. B., 149 Berkeley Chamber of Commerce, 169 Bertola, Mariana, 186 Bierce, Ambrose, 55, 57, 59, 62 Black, Fannie Lyne, 186–87 Blackwell, Alice Stone, 1, 82, 203 Blackwell, Henry, 15, 147 Black women’s clubs, 123. See also Race Blanchard, Lucy, 32 Blinn, Nellie Holbrook, 88, 97–98 Bly, Nellie. See Cochrane, Elizabeth Boarding homes. See Housing, for single women Board of Lady Managers, 70–73. See also National Board of Lady Managers Bonfils, Winifred Sweet Black, 57, 76–77 Boosterism, 108–9, 127, 132 Boweles, Ada, 76–77 Bradley, Virginia, 71 Braly, John, 182–84 Brockway, Mrs. Albert H., 130 Brown, Dr. Charlotte, 40 Browne, Mary Frank, 18–19 Bryan, William Jennings, 92 Bryant, Carrie P., 199 Bubonic plague, 155–56 Buckley, Christopher, 36–39, 42 Bunnell, Alice, 141 Bunnell, Mrs. George W., 121–22 Burdette, Clara, activism of, 114–17, 121, 141, 146 Bureau of Information, 27 Calaveras Grove, 135–37 Calhoun, Patrick, 156, 163 California: history/missions, 8, 127–30; suffrage movement, 92–95, 201–6 California Board of Lady Managers. See Board of Lady Managers California Club of San Francisco: civic activism , 106, 131, 133–37; playgrounds, 140; suffrage amendment, 168 California Equal Su√rage Association, 147, 166 California Federation of Women’s Clubs, 114–17, 123, 142 California Outdoor Art League, 134–35 California Outlook, 7–8, 194 California’s Monthly World’s Fair Magazine, 72 California society plan, 95 California Su√rage Constitutional Amendment Campaign Association, 87 California Weekly, 173–74 California Woman’s Congress, 65, 74. See also Woman’s Congress Association of the Pacific Coast California Woman’s Socialist Union, 149 California Women’s Christian Temperance Union. See Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) California Women’s Heney Club, 163–64 California Women’s Legislative Council, 204 Californio women, 124–26. See also Race Campaign Association (California), 88 Campbell, Helen Stuart, 75–76, 87 Campbell, Mary, 37, 43, 47, 49 Cantor, Thomas V., 80 Capitalism, women’s work and, 47–48, 90–91 Careers, 75. See also Employment; Labor Carlisle, Elinor, 165–66, 173 Carr, Sarah Pratt, 86–87 Cartoons, su√rage depicted in, 6–8, 100–106, 171–72; and good government, 158–60 Catt, Carrie Chapman, 84, 94–95, 149 Central Su√rage Committee, 181–82 Century Club, 51; and Citizen’s League, 157; influence of, 43; and pure press, 60; requirements , 41; school board campaign, 40 Channing, Grace Ellery, 127–28 Chapin, Mrs. Lou V., 112–14 Charity. See Activism; Altruism Children, social reform and, 114 Citizen’s Health Committee, 155–56 Citizenship, 2–3, 5; civic work/altruism, 109; identity, 13; politics of, 201–6; position, 11; social order, 99; temperance, 22 Citizen’s League of Justice, 156–58 City Beautiful, 131–32, 134, 137, 139 City charter movement, 46 Index 265 City mothers, 5, 116–17 City planners, 132 Civic activism...

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9780252093319
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846496148
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296
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2014-01-01
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