Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Summary These records document the entire existence of the club from its earliest days until it disbanded in mid-2012, and include minutes, financial records, ephemera, scrapbooks, and publications. Publications include the Club's bulletins (1915-2012) and yearbooks (1916-2012). The scrapbooks that constitute the president's records document the activities of the Club and its members through newspaper clippings and photographs as well as more ephemeral materials such as invitations and ticket stubs....
Content Description Minutes, reports, correspondence, constitution and bylaws, yearbooks and memorabilia documenting the history of the Highland Mothers Club.
Scope and Contents This collection documents the activities of the League of Women Voters of Louisville/Jefferson County from 1920 to 1980 and includes organizational records, program files, minutes and proceedings from conventions and general councils, publications, photographs, and ephemera.
Collection — Box 1
Content Description The records include financial files, directories, members' notebooks, board and meeting minutes, newsletters, and constitutions. An accretion to the collection included pins, a poem, and yearbooks dating from 1951 to 1974. The club, a chapter of a national organization originally established at Harvard University, promoted educational and social activities for the wives of graduate students. The U of L chapter was formed in 1924. It was not affiliated with the University of Louisville Women's...
Scope and Contents This record group includes material which documents the legal, social, administrative, and fiscal history of the YWCA in Louisville, from the founding of the central branch in 1912 and the west end branch (Phillis Wheatley) in 1922 into the 1970s. Record types include legal documents (constitutions and bylaws), board of directors and various committee minutes, correspondence, printed and published material, photographs, and financial records. Some photographs from these four shipments were...