Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Content Description Consists of correspondence and other records of the Louisville chapter of Altrusa International, a business and professional women's civic service organization. Altrusa International originated in 1917 in Nashville, Tennessee as the Altrusa Institute. The Louisville chapter was one of the first organized, although it is not clear that the relationship between that early group and the group represented in these materials is a linear one. These materials relate to the activities of the Louisville...
Class — Multiple Containers
Content Description The University of Louisville Women’s Club collection spans the history of the organization from 1932 to the present. Materials include correspondence, meeting minutes, publications, financial records, and scrapbooks. Records include minutes, officers and committee material, copies of all publications, scrapbooks, and photo albums. News bulletins, the constitution and bylaws, and programs are also present. Publications include newsletters and directories for the years 1950 to 1972. Includes...