WEIU


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WEIUWisdom Enrichment International University (Philippines)
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On the other side, at stage left, was a glass designed by Helen Gerrish (1864-?) and provided by the WEIU of Chelsea.
This history, the linked hands, and the image of the state supporting and encouraging the younger generation of women also reflects the WEIU motto, "Union for all for the good of all." (18) In 1892, Bertha Palmer announced that a Woman's Memorial Building would be constructed in Chicago as a permanent museum honoring women's industry and art.
The Boston WEIU chapter sent the stained glass window titled Seal of Boston (Pl.
The WEIU was established in 1877 to help women support their families through practical training, social services, and environmental reforms.
Nevertheless, she and the other leaders of the WEIU immediately contacted the city's women's clubs and started plans to raise the money and prepare the women students for their entrance examinations.
(30) Social Conditions in Domestic Service, prepared by the Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor in collaboration with Women's Educational and Industrial Union of Boston (Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., 1900), and found in WEIU Papers, Box 1, Folder 5.
(40) Domestic Reform League Papers, in WEIU Papers, Box 1, Folder 5; Katzman, Seven Days a Week, Chapters 1, 6, 7 and p.
Bertha Mahony proposed that the WEIU should establish a bookshop for children, and she must have been astute and persuasive in presenting a plan to the union's governors.
active member of the WEIU in Boston, a beacon of social justice,
While serving as a leader for a club of 50 young women at the WEIU,
through the WEIU (Gordon, 1999; Lynch, 1983; Norton, 1917; Riggle,
training program under the auspices of the WEIU. The program's