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WOMEN'S PROTECTIVE CLUB. The 1937 and 1968 ''Dubuque Consurvey Directory'' listed 1155 Locust.
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WOMEN'S PROTECTIVE CLUB. Listed as early as 1926 in the newspaper, in 1932 this Masonic organization had officers including Alvina Hammerand, president; Lena Hopp, vice-president; and Agnes Pulls, secretary. (1)
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The 1937 and 1968 ''Dubuque Consurvey Directory'' listed 1155 Locust.
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1. "Officers of Masonic Organizations," ''Telegraph-Herald and Times-Journal'', March 13, 1932, p. 18
  
 
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WOMEN'S PROTECTIVE CLUB. Listed as early as 1926 in the newspaper, in 1932 this Masonic organization had officers including Alvina Hammerand, president; Lena Hopp, vice-president; and Agnes Pulls, secretary. (1)

The 1937 and 1968 Dubuque Consurvey Directory listed 1155 Locust.

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1. "Officers of Masonic Organizations," Telegraph-Herald and Times-Journal, March 13, 1932, p. 18