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Lulah T. ANDREWS

Lulah T. ANDREWS, President, United States Housing Corporation. Member of Eastern Star; Nebraska Ladies Legislative League; Women's Republican League, of District of Columbia; Daughters of the American Revolution.

Background

  • ANDREWS, Lulah T. was born in Shelbyville, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Enoch Marvin and Mary Abigail (Parker) Trott.

  • Education

    • High and Normal Schools, Kearny, Nebraska. Van Sant's Business College, Omaha, Nebraska. Special Course.

    Career

    • Executive Secretary, Woman’s Committee, Nebraska State Council of Defense, 1917-1918. American Red Cross Canteen Service, Halifax, North Carolina and New York City, 1918-1919. On Nebraska Welcoming Committee, New York, 1918-1919.

      Secretary, Nebraska Republican State Committee. Director of Publicity, 1919-1921. National Executive Secretary, Texas., Education Fund, Supreme Chapter, Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) Sister hood, 1922-1928.

      President, 1929;—. V. Chairman, Nebraska Republican State Committee, since 1928. Appointed President, United States Housing Corporation, since 1929. Elected President. Nebraska State Federation Business and Professional Women's Clubs, 1921.

    Religion

    Presbyterian Church.

    Membership

    Member of Eastern Star. Nebraska Ladies Legislative League. Women's Republican League, of District of Columbia.

    Daughters of the American Revolution. Clubs: Omaha Woman, Omaha Business and Professional Women's, Omaha Republican Woman’s. Woman’s City of Washington, National Capital Republican.

    Connections

    • Spouse James Alfred Andrews, November 28, 1901, Omaha, Nebraska.
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