Middle-Class Women Provide Maternity Health Services for Immigrant Women, Document List

How Did Middle-Class Clubwomen Contribute to
Infant and Maternal Health among Immigrants?

Document List

Introduction

Document 1: Bulletin, Women's City Club of New York, June 1917

Document 2: Minutes, Women's City Club of New York, 17 October 1917.

Document 3: Bulletin, Women's City Club of New York, October 1917

Document 4: Bulletin, Women's City Club of New York, November 1917

Document 5: Women's City Club of New York, "The Maternity Center," 1919

Document 6: Women's City Club of New York, "Preliminary Report to Club Members on the Maternity Center," February 1919

Document 7: Anne A. Stevens, "An Experiment in Maternity Protection," May 1918

Document 8: Bulletin, Women's City Club of New York, June 1918

Document 9: Mary Garret Hay to Frances Perkins, 10 December 1918

Document 10: Minutes, Women's City Club of New York, 13 January 1919

Document 11: Anne A. Stevens, "The Work of the Maternity Center Association," November 1919

Document 12: Bulletin, Women's City Club of New York, December 1919

Document 13: Women's City Club of New York, "Maternity Center of the Women's City Club," 1920

Document 14: Minutes, Women's City Club of New York, 3 May 1920

Document 15: Bulletin, Women's City Club of New York, June 1920

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