African American women -- Kansas -- Societies and clubs
Found in 10 records:
The Afro-American Clubwomen's Project was a grant-funded collecting project, developed by the University of Kansas Women's Studies program, which sought to document the history of African American Women's clubs in Kansas.
Clementine Martin (1910-1995), was an active resident of Topeka, Kansas, serving the Topeka and broader Northeast Kansas communities for many years. Her community service included the Kansas Association of Colored Womens Clubs, Ne Plus Ultra Literary Club, and many other organizations. Martin's papers consist of the records of clubs and other organizations with which she was involved, including the Kansas Association of Colored Women's Clubs, and personal papers.
The Emma E. Woods papers are those of a longtime Wichita, Kansas resident and dietitian who was an active member of various social groups, including the Booker T. Washington Literary and Art Club.
The John H. Wilson family papers are those of a longtime Ottawa, Kansas family headed by John H. "Bud" and Bertha (Washington) Wilson.
This collection of documents relates to the Kansas Association of Colored Women's Clubs, particularly the 1977 State Annual Communication in Arkansas City, Kansas.
The typescript is a photocopy of a paper written for the Afro-American Clubwomen in Kansas Project.
The Madaline Sullinger papers are those of a native Kansan, who worked as a nutrition assistant through the Kansas State University Cooperative Extension Service.
The Ne Plus Ultra Art and Literary Club records are those of a local collective effort among Topeka, Kansas, women to promote unity and goodwill through domestic artwork, literature and community service.
This collection contains meeting minutes, 1944-1975, correspondence and bank statements, 1970s, miscellaneous memorabilia from the 1940s and 1970s, and a certificate of lifetime membership awarded to the club by the NAACP in 1961.
The Pierian Club was organized in 1894 by Mrs. D.F. Rivers of Kansas City, Kansas and was one of the first African American literary clubs in the area. This collection of Pierian Club records contains club histories, financial and miscellaneous records, meeting minutes, yearbooks, photographs, a 50th anniversary scrapbook from 1944, and a videotape of the club's centennial celebration in 1994.