Women -- Arkansas -- Societies and clubs
Found in 55 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 a spiral-bound scrapbook containing 1936-1937 newspaper clippings regarding the Arkansas Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, as well as the 1937 Arkansas edition of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs Conference newsletter.
The scrapbooks, which contain tables of contents, were created by the Arkansas Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club in order to document the activities of the club. They include newspaper clippings, photographs, and programs pertaining primarily to state and local events. Some regional and national Business and Professional Women's Club affairs are also included.
The material consists of annual reports, correspondence, minutes of meetings, and material relating to the organization of local leagues; reports, minutes, and correspondence of the state organization, as well as information and clippings pertaining to the League of Women Voters in general.
This is an addendum to the Arkansas League of Women Voters Records (MC 476). For background information and a complete listing of material from the League, refer to the finding aid for that collection. See also Addendum II (MC 966).
This portion contains correspondence, annual reports, reference material, and clippings. Most of the papers are in subject files containing both correspondence and reference material.
The Arkansas State Society Daughters of the American Revolution Records were compiled by Dorothy Williams during her time as The Arkansas Society of Daughters of the American Revolution State Regent in 1968-1970, and consist of organizational records.
Materials include correspondence, reports, publications, forms, financial records, brochures, action alerts, newspaper clippings, photographs, membership records, minutes of meetings, and miscellaneous items including buttons, bumper stickers, name tags and a wooden gavel.
The Cotnam papers consist of speeches, speech notes, newspaper and magazine articles, and notebooks regarding suffrage, citizenship, World War I, democracy, and postwar relations; records of suffrage clubs and women's clubs; personal papers of Florence and Nell Cotnam; printed items, including publications of the National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company; postcards; photographs; and miscellaneous objects.
The collection consists of records of the Eta and Alpha Pi chapters (Fort Smith, Ark.) of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a professional organization of women educators. Materials include chapter yearbooks, an Alpha Pi chapter history, event programs, and newspaper clippings, as well as some materials related to the state-level and international organizations.
The collection consists of microfilmed copies of twenty-two scrapbooks and approximately four linear inches of documents. The documents are comprised mainly of reports written for the state and national A.F.W.C. offices describing the club's activities for the previous year. The club's minute books comprise a separate series (Series 2), as do the club's scrapbooks and guest books (Series 3).
The Fortnightly Club Papers include correspondence, minutes, yearly calendar events, a scrapbook, study papers, poems, photographs, clippings, microfilm, and other papers relating to Fortnightly Club activities.
The records contain scrapbooks, record books, press books, minutes, and some correspondence and photographs. Also included is a scrapbook of a club project to sponsor a Future Nurses Club, a report of the club's community improvement project of 1966-68, and a history of the club written as a club project in 1957. Most of the photographs are unidentified.
Manuscript materials, sheet music, and Arkansiana, mostly pertaining to Hot Springs and Garland County.
Manuscripts, pictures, and printed items were collected and maintained by Hudgins in her home, mainly as research material for her free-lance writing. The collection also includes material assembled by other people similarly engaged, as well as manuscripts and printed articles written by Hudgins and others.
The records consist of by-laws, correspondence, yearbooks, minutes of the meetings, agendas, programs, annual and financial reports, membership lists and directories, manuals, miscellaneous publications of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., certificates and awards, and one plaque.
The collection consists of materials documenting Hazel Jordan's involvement with Home Demonstration and Agricultural Extension Service organizations in Arkansas. Included are biographies of several Extension leaders in Arkansas; photographs, booklets, and other documentation of Arkansas Extension Homemakers groups' activities; and newspaper clippings ca. 1930s-1960s.