Series 3 -- Campaign literature, handbooks and histories. -- 1889-1984. -- 11 cm.
Scope and content: This series consists of campaign literature, handbooks and histories of the W.C.T.U. Of particular note are copies of the handbook of the W.C.T.U, 1948; the Constitution and By-laws of the N.B. W.C.T.U., and "A Centennial Mosaic, 1874-1974", a history of the W.C.T.U in Canada. This series also contains a published biography and an autobiography of Frances Willard, the American founder of the W.C.T.U.
Arrangement is random.
Title based on content.
File 1: Assorted material. See item list following.
-- Centenary Celebration Convention (program of scheduled events)
Canadian Christian Woman's Temperance Union, 51st Biennial Convention, August 20-24, 1984,
Ontario Bible College, Ontario Theological Seminary, Willowdale, Ontario
-- Canadian Woman's Christian Temperance Union (Pamphlet), "Each One, Win One"
-- Woman's Christian Temperance Union (Pamphlet), "Why You Should Join"
-- Handbook of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1948
-- New Brunswick Woman's Christian Temperance Union Constitution and By-Laws
-- School of Method Department, Woman's Christian Temperance Union,
"The Local Corresponding Secretary: Suggestions for Successful Work"
-- World Woman's Christian Temperance Union, "Hymns of Praise, Prayer and Service" - 2nd Editon
-- "A Centennial Mosaic, 1874 - 1974" - A History of W.C.T.U. in Canada and it's provinces
-- "The Canadian White Ribbon Tidings," Vol. XLIX - Toronto, Ontario -- February 1951 - No. 2
-- "The Canadian White Ribbon Tidings," Vol. XXXII - London, Ontario -- June 1936 - No. 6
-- General Directions For the National Temperance Study Course For Sunday Schools, (Junior), 1936
-- Tenth National Temperance Study Course for Sunday Schools, (Junior),
Suggested Questions and Answers
Willard, Frances E., "Glimpses of Fifty Years: The Autobiography of An American Woman," Chicago: H. J. Smith & Co., 1889.
Gordon, Anna A., "The Beautiful Life of Frances E. Willard - A Memorial Volume," Chicago: The Woman's Temperance Publishing Association, 1898