Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Oregon State Dames Club Records document the membership and activites of this organization of the wives and mothers of Oregon State students. The Records include constitutions, correspondence, a history of the club prepared by Fern Roche, National Association of University Dames yearbooks, meeting minutes, financial records, and scrapbooks. The scrapbooks include information about scholarships awarded by the organization, lists of members and officers, publicity and ephemera, and yearly summaries of activities. The National Association yearbooks include a list of officers and summary of yearly actvities for each chapter
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Mary Louise Armstrong Collection consists of materials documenting Armstrong's student years at Oregon State College and her work as a Regional Home Economist for the Live Stock and Meat Board. The collection consists of newspaper clippings and photographs. The news clippings include announcements and news reports of public presentations on meat cookery given by Armstrong and others from the Live Stock and Meat Board. Several of the clippings are from newspapers in New England. The presentations addressed and demonstrated how to select cuts of meat and prepare meat dishes. The photographs include group photographs of members of Mortar Board and the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. The Mortar Board photos were made by Howells Studio in Corvallis. The collection also includes promotional photos for Armstrong's demonstrations on meat cookery as well as an image of a group of young women in front of a Purina facility, perhaps in St. Louis, Missouri
University of Iowa
The records span the entire history of the club and contain minutes, bylaws, treasurer's records, scrapbooks, yearbooks, membership rosters, and correspondence. Also included is a listing of programs and events given during the club's 50th anniversary, five programs given by Laura Larenzen, and a radio address about the club's history by Edna Geisler. The collection has one photograph of five members in costume taken at the club's diamond jubilee in 1949
University of Iowa
The records document the club's activities and goals in general since its inception and its Community Improvement Program from 1957 to 1959 in particular. There are administrative files such as secretary's books, financial records, bylaws, and annual programs as well as scrapbooks and newspaper clippings about the Community Improvement Program. There are also some materials about the club from the General and Iowa Federations of Women's Clubs
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains two scrapbooks that document the International Credit Women of Laramie, 1971-1973, with photographs, clippings, minutes, annual report (1972), awards, and memorabilia
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection consists of three scrapbooks dated from 1964 and 1990, created by Chapter AI, the University of Wyoming Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood in Laramie, Wyoming. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, newsletters, photographs, programs of events, and letters that relate to the lives of the members, as well as to the P.E.O. organization in general
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
This collection contains materials for both Blythe Crawford and Robert Ordway Foote, including biographical information; correspondence; manuscripts; newspaper clippings; periodicals; photographs; scrapbook pages; yearbooks; and other miscellaneous papers such as drawings; song lyrics; Christmas cards; and radio scripts
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains yearly records summaries from 1980-2014 covering budgets, meeting minutes, membership, reports, correspondence, publications, and events. The records also include the 1975 charter, bylaws, event files about Casino Night and Laramie Laughs, scrapbooks, publications, and artifacts that include a sign, patches, pins, and a bell
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
This collection contains a minute book of meetings held between 1908 and 1909
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains the Associated Women Students (A.W.S.) constitution, by-laws, codes of conduct, meeting minutes, notes, correspondence, and files about past presidents and members. Collection also contains educational information about University of Wyoming policies regarding sex and drugs in the 1960s and 1970s

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