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SECOND PHASE NEWS ITEMS [[top clipping]] Thursday, October 18,1956 The independent S.F. [[photo, caption below]] LOCAL MEMBERS of the National Council of Negro Women discussed plans for their Citizenship Education program last Sunday morning during a delightful brunch at the home of Mrs. Lurline White. Seated, l. to r.: Mesdames Floyd Green Allen, Ivy McFarland, Julia Mae Thomas and Lurline White. Standing: Mesdames Ruby Williams, Alma Klingel, Olivia Harding, Zelma Buffin, Mattie Waller, Josephine Humphrey, Alice Demming, and Mattie Scales of Vallejo. -Coleman Photo. MRS. LURLINE WHITE SELLS CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION AT A BRUNCH [[written in the bottom right corner, 2010.60.1.18]]
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