Women -- Societies and clubs
Found in 8 Records:
A collection of the records and the minutes of various meetings of the All-Sew Club from the years 1912-1971.
A history of the Friends in Council group, read at the sixtieth anniversary (1931) at Mrs. Hill's, April 19, 1932. This women's club was founded in 1871 in Lawrence, Kansas.
The typescript is a photocopy of a paper written for the Afro-American Clubwomen in Kansas Project.
The Kansas Women's Political Caucus was formed in 1972 to encourage the participation of women of all social classes, ages, cultural backgrounds, and political affiliations in government. Membership was opened to men in 1974. This collection of the organization's records includes correspondence, minutes, membership information, political pamphlets, as well as materials relating to the National Women's Political Caucus, local Kansas caucuses, and affiliated groups.
This collection includes meeting records, treasurer's reports, roll calls, constitutions, and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Lawrence Minervian Club. It also includes death notices, song books, photo albums, negatives, and individual photos. The literature appreciation club was founded in 1900 by a group of Lawrence, Kansas women.
This collection includes meeting minutes, financial information, membership information, photographs, and other documentation regarding the Whittier Club of Leavenworth, Kansas, a women's club dedicated to providing educational opportunities to its membership.