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Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs

Capsule History of Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs

The Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs is a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs. WSFWC had its beginning when the Aloha Club and the Nesika clubs of Tacoma invited the known clubs of women scattered over the state to a convention in Tacoma September 22-23, 1896, with the idea of forming a state federation. There were 34 delegates in attendance representing 22 clubs. More...

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Capsule History of General Federation of Women's Clubs

Capsule History of Washington State Juniors