Old suffrage days, we used to say Madam who keeps your houses?
in U.S.A. League of Women Voters
in England -- in [particular] [a?] ↑Margaret [Bondfield]↓
in Austria -- in city, national [in?] feeding children 20 [illegible]
[in Czeckoslovakia] -- Ukraine -- Belgian [illegible] in India [Burmese?] [page 2]
Since the war -- nursing [in?] citizenship -- town & country.
Child welfare stations in Bombay -- Calcutta in great demand for more nurses -- Red Cross activity -- Public Health here in China
Juvenile Courts --
such matters constantly in Politics -- [page 3]
1st domestic [illegible], early woman agriculturalist not wanting to move until crops are ripe for nomadic to settled.
international [illegible], old test of nurturing human life.
[Interrelations] lacked such material -- Cholera in Europe 4 lives [illegible] 1852 & 1896. Gov't [illegible] to give [some?] at Suez.
in the meantime the doctors had done much [page 4]
League of Nations. Scandinavian women Dame Rachel Crowdy, typhoid in Lille -- Austrian Children in Switzerland.
food for Armenia [etc.?]
traffic in women & children
Labor Bureau protection.
(Italian) immigrants -- as American experience at H.H. [page 5]
Inter-Council of Women
[Inter-] suffrage alliance
[Inter-] Y.W.C.A. bd. in London
W.C.T.U. [bd. in] Chicago.
[Inter-] League of P. & F. bd in Geneva.
1915-'19-21 -- recently in Hague.
Geneva Conference -- called by Lloyd George [page 6]
Speech to Am. W. Collegiate Assn Peking May 24" P.U.M.C.