Women -- Societies and clubs.
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description The collection consists of organizational records of the group, including minutes from the monthly meetings and membership rosters. Also included are copies of the newsletter of the American Antique Arts Association, originally named The Quad Anglo and later called The Journal. The collection includes newspaper clippings about the group and its activities, articles written by the group’s founder, Orva Heissenbuttel, and articles about antiques and antique collecting. The collection also...
Content Description Newspaper clippings; Listings of officers for the Civitans and Civinettes; Membership lists for the Civinettes; Lists of naturalized citizens, mid-to-late 1950s; By-laws for both organizations; Camp Tapawingo; Jr. Civitans.
Content Description This collection consists of six series: Correspondence, Literary Productions, Printed Material, Financial Documents, Women's Auxiliary of the American Legion, and Green Family. The correspondence series holds letters only to and from Esther Green. Included three folders (Box 73 Folders 1-3) with letters from Robert Rutledge, a youth for whom she helped secure a DuPont scholarship to the University of Virginia. While in college he updated her on his progress. Correspondence to and from other...