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Womans Christian Temperance Union of So. Calif.
I support the goals of the WCTU. Please find enclosed:
1. My check to the WCTU for $10.00 (annual dues).
"I hereby solemnly promise, God helping me, to abstain from all distilled, fermented, and malt liquors, including beer, wine, and hard cider, and to employ all proper means to discourage the use of and traffic in the same."
Street Address: ______________________________________
City, State, Zip ______________________________________
Email: _____________________ @ _____________________
Please enroll me as a member of the WCTU and send a quarterly White Ribbon (state paper).
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WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION
of So. California
|1. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|2. U.S. Mail: 551 So. Kingsley Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90020|
|3. Telephone: 213 383-5702.|
|Thank you for visiting our WCTU of Southern Calif. website.
We welcome your interest and invite you to join us in membership.
To be a member of this historic organization, one must (1) sign the pledge and (2) pay annual dues of $10.
Firmly believes and advocates
A lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and other addictive drugs.
Its members comprise
The oldest non-sectarian woman's organization in the world
And as such, take the following:
"I hereby solemnly promise, God helping me, to abstain from all distilled, fermented, and malt liquors,
including beer, wine, and hard cider, and to employ all proper means to discourage the use of and traffic in the same."
(Link below for the latest information!)
WCTU: (United States)
|World WCTU website.|
|National WCTU website or National President Sarah Ward.|
|Frances Willard House https:franceswillardhouse.org|
|Willard Memorial Library email@example.com|
|Kansas WCTU at http://www.kansaswctu.org/|
|Maine WCTU at mewctu.org|
|Maryland WCTU website.|
WCTU: World (International)
|World WCTU's drug-freekids|
|WCTU in Australia|
|WCTU in Germany.|
|Sarah Ward email at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|See the Frances Willard statue in the Capitol Rotunda building in Washington DC.|
WCTU: Other (Abstracts/Historical Analysis)
|U.S. National WCTU - Early History.|
|WCTU - Religious Movements - Virginia Education.|
|WCTU - Women's Movements.|
|WCTU - Maryland.|
|WCTU in Fargo., North Dakota.|
|WCTU in Texas.|
|WCTU in Illinois & Frances Willard.|
|WCTU and Reform.|
|In 1901, Carry A. Nation became a household name -- anti-alcohol, anti-smoking, etc.|
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