Woman’s Union

February 1, 1902

Summary

An advertisement for the Women’s Union in Richmond provides information on their location, board (they mention that Maggie Walker is the treasurer), and benefits.

Transcription

Woman’s Union.
(Incorporated, July, 1898.)
Home Office: St. Luke’s Hall, 900 St. James Richmond, VA.
We pay sick Benefits Promptly. Death Benefits in 24 hours after satisfactory proof has been filed in the Office.
Officers & Board:
Pres., : Rosa K. Jones
Vice-Pres., : Maggie L. Walker
Treas., : Fannie C. Thompson
Sec’y & Man’gr : Patsie K. Anderson
Lizzie M/ Dammalls, M. Lou Harris, Victoria Moon, Lillian H. Payne, Julia H. Hayes, Rosa E. Watson, Delia Lewis
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Location on Page

Lower Left Quadrant

Topic

Contributed By

Brooke Royer

Citation

“Woman’s Union,” Black Virginia: The Richmond Planet, 1894-1909, accessed January 30, 2023, https://blackvirginia.richmond.edu/items/show/35.