Extending Knowledge: A History of the Henniker Woman's Club - 1897-196

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Extending Knowledge: A History of the Henniker Woman's Club - 1897-196

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by Lillian Ayer (Booklet #9, June 2002)

The Henniker Woman's Club began as the Ladies' Reading Club with the object being the "interchange of thought and cultivation of taste for a more extended knowledge of reading, such as history, authors, fiction, current events, or whatever the Club may deem advisable." After studying American history and about life in foreign countries they presented musical programs, dramas and travelogues. Civic efforts were undertaken throughout its' existence. World War I and II activities and promoting children's well-being and education were efforts they contributed to each year.

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