The Woman's Outlook (Oct 1925) 4:1

The Woman's Outlook (Oct 1925) 4:1

written by National Federation of Woman's Clubs of the Philippines; edited by Trinidad Fernandez, fl. 1923, in Woman's Outlook, Volume 4, Number 1, October, 1925 (Manila, Manila (National Capital Region): National Federation of Woman's Clubs of the Philippines, 1925, originally published 1925), 38 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
The Woman’s Outlook: A Magazine for the Home was the official publication of the National Federation of Woman’s Clubs of the Philippines. Published in Manila, the organization distributed its monthly periodical to members in the Philippines and the United States, and for an extra fee, to members in other parts of the globe. Most material in the Outlook was printed in English, but occasionally, an article was published in Spanish. This issue includes a featured section, called “Sección Castellana,” edited by Pura Villanueva de Kalaw and Ines S. Villa. In the “Charlas del mes [Chat of the Month],” the editorials are titled “Mas libertad academica [More Academic Freedom]”; “El sufragio femenino [Women’s Suffrage]”; and “Gran convencion nacional de mujeres catolicas en Washington D.C. [The Grand National Convention of Catholic Women in Washington, D.C.].” The main articles include “Doña Rosa Sevilla de Alvero: Lider sufragista [Mrs. Rosa Sevilla de Alvero: Suffrage Leader]”; “El no tener tiempo [Having No Time]”; “Mayor espíritu de empresa: Un llamamiento a todas las madres Filipinas [Increased Entrepreneurship: A Call to All Filipino Mothers],” by Pura Villanueva de Kalaw; “Los libros y la vida [Books and Life],” by Jorge Bogobo, dean of the College of Law, University of the Philippines; “Como viven nuestros pobres [How Our Poor Live]”; “Los alumnus provincianos hablan major ingles que los de Manila [Provincial Students Speak Better English than Those in Manila]”; and “Sra. Viuda de Wilson delegada al Congreso de la Cruz Roja internacional [Mrs. Wilson, Widow, Delegate to the International Red Cross Congress].”
Field of Interest
Women and Social Movements
Women and Social Movements, Modern Empires Since 1820
Corporate Author
National Federation of Woman's Clubs of the Philippines
Content Type
Periodical issue
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Original Publication Date
Page Count
Publication Year
National Federation of Woman's Clubs of the Philippines
Place Published / Released
Manila, Manila (National Capital Region)
Series Number
Volume 4, Number 1, October, 1925
Women and Social Movements, History, Women and Family, Mujer y Familia, Mulher e Família, Filipinas, Philippines, Women, Colonization, Empire, and Post Coloniality, Empire and Family Life, Filipinos, 20th Century in World History (1914--2000)
Empire and Family Life
Series / Program
Woman's Outlook
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Mujer y Familia, Mulher e Família, Filipinas

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