Woman’s Alliance – Meeting Minutes Mar 14, 1922 (Aid to Atlanta Red Cross)

The March meeting of the Union was held at the house of Mrs. Hamilton Douglas, 2525 Peachtree Road on the 14th of this month.

Minutes of the past meeting were read and accepted. The report of the treasurer showing a balance of $50.35 was read and accepted.

The corresponding secretary read a letter from the Red Cross of Atlanta pleading for clothing for sick and for baby outfits. After discussion it was voted to send some of the unused flour bags which the Union has on hand to this purpose of making infants slips if that would be acceptable to the Red Cross authorities.

Volunteers were called for to cut and make the garments; almost all present responding.

Mrs. May was requested to undertake the sending of flowers on behalf of the Union to Mrs. Keirn.

The recording secretary was instructed to report for the Union to the Annual meeting of the Southern Unitarian Association at Memphis.

The corresponding secretary was instructed to write to Mrs. Lucy Lowell (Archivist Note: Lucy Lowell is the president of the National Alliance and to Mrs. Lewis (Archivist Note: Mrs. Lewis is the vice-president of the Woman’s Alliance in the Southern States east) inviting them to visit Atlanta after the Memphis meeting.

After protracted discussion on finances it was voted to have the matter in the hands of the Executive Committee.

After a talk by Mr. Nicholson on rehabilitation work in the course of which he answered many questions.

The meeting adjourned.

Elizabeth B. Green, Recording Secy

Physical Archive: UUCA   Box: 60   Folder: 04
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA