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--and Ladies of the Club Setting & Symbolism

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Waynesboro Women's Club

An organization founded in 1868 and initially dedicated to topics of enlightenment with all controversial subjects barred.

Waynesboro

Where the story is set.

The Waynesboro Female College

The school where most of the young ladies of the club attended and where several others teach.

Mrs. Lowrey's House

Where the first meeting of the club is held.

Burlington

Where Sally's parents live when Sally leaves the children with her in order to attend the political convention with Ludwig.

Rausch and Bodien Coated Paper, Inc.

The business started by Ludwig and Steward Bodien.

The Waynesboro Public LIbrary

The library founded originally as a subscription library and turned to a public facility in 1895 or 1896.

Washington, D.C.

Where the majority of the political events occur and where several of the families live during political seasons.

Rausch Cordage

The company started by Ludwig Rausch.

The Waynesboro Hospital

An establishment started...

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