New York State Archives, NYSA_A4234-78_B2_F5_bulletin
This monthly bulletin of the National League for Woman's Service discusses two vital issues the league wants its members to focus on at this particular time during World War I: efficiency improvement in food production and the Third Liberty Loan drive, March 15, 1918.
What two issues are most important for the National League of Woman’s Service?
How does the League suggest its members should help with these issues?
What is Mrs. Van Rensselaer’s role in the League?
What is the slogan for the National League of Woman’s Service?
What is the purpose of the League?
How do you think this bulletin aided the League in achieving its goals?
Research a woman’s organization in another country during World War I. What functions did this organization serve for their country? Does that organization still exist? If so, what modern services does that organization perform?
English Language Arts: Write a newspaper article about the life of a Motor Corps driver or a wireless operator during World War I.
Science/Technology: Research the type of vehicles used to transport army personnel during World War I. How difficult was it to repair these vehicles? What would a Motor Corps driver have to know in order to operate and repair these vehicles?
Art: Design a poster encouraging women to become members of the National League for Woman’s Service.