Swastika ThanksGiving

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.

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