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Pauline Periwinkle and progressive reform in Dallas / Jacquelyn Masur McElhaney.

By: McElhaney, Jacquelyn Masur.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Centennial series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University: no. 73.Publisher: College Station : Texas A&M University Press, [1998]Edition: 1st ed.Description: xix, 201 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0890968004; 9780890968000.Subject(s): Periwinkle, Pauline | Women journalists -- Texas -- Biography | Women journalists -- Political activity -- Texas -- Dallas -- History | Progressivism (United States politics) -- Case studies | Dallas (Tex.) -- Politics and government | Social action -- Texas -- Dallas -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Pauline Periwinkle and progressive reform in Dallas.DDC classification: 070/.92 | B Also issued online.
Contents:
Women Journalists and Reform Movements -- "Tie a Knot in Your Thread" -- "An All-Around Woman" -- "Verily, We Are Coming On" -- "The City That Has Not Doffed Its Village Swaddling Clothes" -- "The Children of the Present -- They Are the Future" -- "An Enlightened Womanhood Means More for the Future"
Summary: As the first woman editor for Dallas Morning News, Pauline Periwinkle was a catalyst for numerous local reforms and was widely read by women across Texas. Viewing women's clubs as an ideal vehicle for familiarizing women with the needs of their communities, she was a driving force behind the establishment of the Women's Congress, the Dallas Federation of Women's Clubs, the Equal Suffrage Club of Dallas, the Dallas Women's Forum, and the Texas Women's Press Association.Summary: In Pauline Periwinkle and Progressive Reform in Dallas, Jacquelyn Masur McElhaney weaves together the development of women journalists as reform advocates, a chronicle of Periwinkle's life describing her talents for raising public consciousness about various problems and promoting solutions, and excerpts from her remarkably intelligent and witty columns. She creates an informative and moving story of a resilient woman who expressed her opinions and views in an unforgettable manner to a generation of Texas women who were just beginning to find a political voice.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [159]-192) and index.

Also issued online.

1. Women Journalists and Reform Movements -- 2. "Tie a Knot in Your Thread" -- 3. "An All-Around Woman" -- 4. "Verily, We Are Coming On" -- 5. "The City That Has Not Doffed Its Village Swaddling Clothes" -- 6. "The Children of the Present -- They Are the Future" -- 7. "An Enlightened Womanhood Means More for the Future"

As the first woman editor for Dallas Morning News, Pauline Periwinkle was a catalyst for numerous local reforms and was widely read by women across Texas. Viewing women's clubs as an ideal vehicle for familiarizing women with the needs of their communities, she was a driving force behind the establishment of the Women's Congress, the Dallas Federation of Women's Clubs, the Equal Suffrage Club of Dallas, the Dallas Women's Forum, and the Texas Women's Press Association.

In Pauline Periwinkle and Progressive Reform in Dallas, Jacquelyn Masur McElhaney weaves together the development of women journalists as reform advocates, a chronicle of Periwinkle's life describing her talents for raising public consciousness about various problems and promoting solutions, and excerpts from her remarkably intelligent and witty columns. She creates an informative and moving story of a resilient woman who expressed her opinions and views in an unforgettable manner to a generation of Texas women who were just beginning to find a political voice.

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Jacquelyn Masur McElhaney, a historical consultant specializing in Dallas social and cultural history, received her Master's in history from Southern Methodist University. She lives in Dallas.

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