State Library of Western Australia
Minutes of the executive (1931-1937, 1943-1949); minutes of monthly business meetings (1936-1940); miscellaneous file (1942-1968)
State Library of Western Australia
Constitution (1894); minutes (1894-1981); correspondence and files (1897-1954); invitations (1899-1944, mostly 1899-1902); manuscripts on history of the Club; newspaper cuttings (1894-1944); other miscellaneous records
State Library of Western Australia
Includes constitutions, correspondence, histories, minutes, photographs, and visitors books, from various metropolitan and regional Penguin groups
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Records of the Dane County Chapter of the American Gold Star Mothers, Inc., a patriotic organization composed of the mothers of men and women killed in military service. These scattered records focus mainly on the groups involvement in volunteering at William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. As part of a national program called Veterans Administration Voluntary Service (VAVS), members of the Dane County Chapter logged hours at the hospital and kept detailed records of their service to submit to the national organization. Committee meeting minutes, correspondence, award certificates, and reports document the women's work. Also in the collection are some scattered financial records, applications to join the chapter, and an organizational history
State Library of Western Australia
Minutes of inaugural meeting, 15 August 1984
State Library of Western Australia
Agenda; letter sent and list of recipients; rule books of the Karrakatta Club (1930) and Katanning Club (1929)
University of Oregon
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Oregon Chapter began with the formation of the Multnomah Chapter, in 1896. The collection consists of alphabetically arranged correspondence files, from L-Z only, from 1913; and 1917 to 1936. There are about 500 individual letters. The files are from the records kept by Anne M. Lang of The Dalles, Oregon, who served as vice president general and state regent of the Oregon DAR during the early 1900s
University of Toledo
Scrapbooks dealing with Stewart Pharmacy (co-owned and operated with William Stewart, Ella's husband), Indiana Avenue Nursery project (co-sponsored by the Works Progress Administration and Delta Sigma Theta sorority) the Pan-Pacific and South East Asia Women's Association, and the Ward M. Canaday Center comprise the bulk of the material. This collection consists of scrapbooks and literary productions documenting Stewarts activities and honors. She was active in the Berea in Korea Foundation, the Pan-Pacific and South East Asia Women's Association, the Indiana Avenue Nursery, and the Delta Sigma Theta sorority. Subjects include child care, famous figures in African-American history, and women's social clubs
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Primarily oversize commemorative documents created specifically for placement in the Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, which note the formation of the Sultanas de Bejar, its membership, its activities, and significant anniversaries -- Also included are scrapbook pages and a membership directory


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