Women -- Societies and clubs -- Denver (Colo.)
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Abstract The Denver Women's Social Union Club was founded in 1898 as a mutual-aid society by members of the Social Science Department of the Women's Club of Denver and was called the Social Union. The club was formed to benefit poor and working-class women and their families living in the Delgany neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Mary C. C. Bradford, Colorado educator and political activist, was considered ''the mother of the Social Union'' because of her involvement in the early years of the Union. ...