Leeds Women Citizens' League
Catalogue reference: RECO 1/623


Leeds Women Citizens' League.
NORTH WESTERN WARD BRANCH.
THERE WILL BE A
MEETING
IN THE
MARCH INSTITUTE,
ON SATURDAY, MAY 11th, 1918, at 8 p.m.
To which all Women resident in the Ward are invited.
THE CHAIR WILL BE TAKEN BY
MISS HOLMES
(Secretary of the Tailoresses' Trade Union),
WHO WILL SPEAK ON
"The Aims of the League."
MISS MITCHELL
WILL SPEAK ON
"Sanitation in the N.W. Ward: What needs Doing."
The League is about to draw up a programme of improvement, and volunteers for helping to collect the necessary information will be invited to offer their services at the close of the Meeting.
JOIN THE LEAGUE
AND
MAKE IT KNOWN TO OTHERS.
(MISS) B.E. GWYER, Hon. Sec., 2, de Grey Road.

CROWTHER & CO., Printers and Stationers, 70, Basinghall Street, Leeds.

 


 

LEEDS WOMEN CITIZENS' LEAGUE.

Standard Buildings, City Square, Leeds.
The Houses Women Want.
Your Ideas.
1.
Describe the house you would like for a man and wife, with two girls aged 6 and 14, three boys aged 7, 9, and 11, and a baby one year old.
2.
What would be the best number of rooms and arrangements of beds? Should the windows be casement or sash?
3.
What do you think should be available in the way of sink and water supply, w.c., cupboards, bath, copper, cooking and lighting appliances, airing and playing space? What do you consider the best position for the w.c. and the bath?
4.
What would be the best plan for the storage of pram, food, coal, and refuse?
5.
What do you think would be a fair rent for the accommodation you are describing?
6.
Why do landlords object to letting to large families, and how can the objection be overcome?
7.
What are the chief defects of your house?
Distinguish between what you regard as essential and what desirable.
Jennings. 37 Briggate, Leeds
[P.T.O.

close window
image
back to top of page