The Girls' Club wasn't a club in the sense that there were meetings and uniforms. Around the 1900s, it was a idea promoted to encourage "girls" to be subscription agents to earn gifts, prizes, money and scholarships. Once again (as is seen in other vintage clubs) - the term girl meant young women, who today would be considered young adults. The "girls" were expected to network among their friends and family and sell subscriptions to earn money.
American native Pow Wow in action with the Medicine wheel
Cherry Blossom (Sakura) and Swastika Patterned Dress, ca. 1883
In Japanese tradition, the sakura is the symbol for the fleeting nature of life and beauty, as well as morality. The swastika represented luck and auspiciousness.