Women -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville -- Societies and clubs
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
The records consist of scrapbooks, yearbooks, miscellaneous printed material, and two videotapes. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, photographs, newsletters, bulletins, letters, and other material pertaining to the club's activities.
The scrapbooks contain constitution and by-laws, announcements, programs, reports, financial statements and budgets, newsletters, bulletins, and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Fayetteville Branch of the AAUW, the Southwest Central Region, and the National Association. The scrapbooks also contain photographs documenting various activities and events organized by the members to raise funds for miscellaneous sponsorships.
The collection consists of records created and collected by the Daughters of the American Colonists, Major Brian Pendleton Chapter of Fayetteville, Arkansas, including records related to the state and national societies. Materials include chapter yearbooks, meeting minutes, scrapbooks, photographs, and publications.
The scrapbooks were created by the Fayetteville chapter in order to document the activities of the club. They include newspaper clippings, photographs, and programs pertaining primarily to local club events, but state, regional, and national Business and Professional Women's Club affairs are also included. Scrapbooks for May 1946 - Dec 1964 are missing.
The collection consists of the records of the Fayetteville Outlook Club, a women's study club. Records include the club's constitution and by-laws; meeting minutes; organizational histories; and club yearbooks.
The Marion Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution Records were compiled by members of Marion Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution beginning in 1910. Materials include organization materials, scrapbooks, and photographs.
The yearbooks contain newspaper clippings, letters, programs, announcements, certificates, and photographs depicting the Chapter's activities from 1994 to 1996.
The photograph album, created by Kim Harington, contains thirty-three portraits of the club members and a favorite passage or a quotation from a book, to accompany their image.
Minutes of meetings, from initial organization on November 18, 1895 to March 13, 1908, of the University Infirmary Association, a group of Fayetteville, Arkansas women associated together "to assist in rendering more comfortable the students who may fall sick in the Dormitory" of the University of Arkansas.
Compiled by Gertrude Thomas, a historian of the Women's Civic Club, the two volumes contain the records of activities from the beginning of the club, October 24, 1934 until February 15, 1976. The scrapbooks contain the club's constitution and by-laws, minutes, correspondence, programs pertaining to the club's events, newspaper clippings, and a photograph.