Ashley County Extension Homemakers Club Materials
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of a booklet of the history and annual activities of the Pine Hurst Extension Homemakers Club, as well as 23 color photographic slides of club members' attendance at the 1972 statewide convention held on the University of Arkansas campus. Those pictured include JoAnn Thompson, Barbara Kinniard, Geneva Atkins, Anna Kate Malloy, and Mattie Pearl Kilcrease.
- Ashley County Extension Homemakers Club (Ark.) (Corporate Entity)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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The Pine Hurst Extension Homemakers Club (EHC) was founded in November 1919 by Ruby Mendenhall, Ashley County's second Home Demonstration Agent. Mrs. W. D. Carter served as the club's first president. The club was active in community service, charity fundraising, and home economics workshops and projects. In 1967, it changed its name to the Pine Hurst Extension Homemakers Club (EHC); it later transitioned into the Ashley County Extension Homemakers Club (EHC).
0.02 Linear Feet (2 folders)
Arrangement of the Papers
Materials are arranged by format, and are stored in a box with other smaller manuscript collections.
The Ashley County Extension Homemakers Club Records were donated to the Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries, in April 1998 by JoAnn W. Thompson of Clarksville, Arkansas.
Processed by Katrina Windon; completed in May 2017.
- Ashley County Extension Homemakers Club Materials
- Katrina Windon
- completed in May 2017
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- Language of description note
- Finding aid is written in English.