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Sorosis also the target of a hostile media campaign in his native Hungary and has been attacked in Italy for his promise to invest $500m to meet the needs of migrants and refugees arriving in Europe.
The General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC), for example, was pulled together in 1890 when the leaders of the Sorosis Club of Ne w York City convened a meeting of about five dozen clubs from across the United States (Wells 1953, chap.
In addition, white grape, sorosis (a thick-skinned pineapple) and mango are distributed exclusively in bulk sizes.
Jenny June") Croly made the magazine the organ of Sorosis, the mother of the women's club movement in the United States.
A member of the Sorosis "Art Department," she was responsible for the "Annual Indian Program," which in 1930 featured a "Kiowa Indian hand ball game.
In 1924-25, Jessie found herself living at the Sorosis Club in Oklahoma City, rather than simply attending meetings there.
This work dovetailed with her volunteer activities through Sorosis at the WPA art center in Oklahoma City.
William Keith, "Lecture on Art," delivered mid-1890s to Sorosis Club, quoted in Nash et al.