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Scope and Contents Five clubs of the Business and Professional Women in Louisville, Lexington, and Paducah banded together in 1921 to form the state organization. By the early 1990s, the state federation numbered seventy-five active clubs. Historical records of the Business and Professional Women of Kentucky consist of minutes, publications, financial and membership records of the state chapters, programs, song sheets, and correspondence. Also included are records for the University of Louisville chapter.
Summary This collection documents the life and work of Allie Hixson, Kentucky feminist. The largest portion of the collection is contained in series titled "Organizational Work" (13.75 linear feet) and "Topical and Reference" (6.25 linear feet). Due to Hixson's vast organizational work and feminist interests, this material frequently overlaps. The collection also includes personal and biographical material as well as her own writing on a variety of subjects. Topics covered in this collection include...