Women -- Societies and clubs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Formed to preserve and promote a progressive interest in literature, art and contemporary thought, the Contemporary Club was the result of the merging of two Chicago woman’s clubs: The Wednesday Club and the Young Fortnightly. The collection consists of meeting minutes, yearbooks, historical materials and other miscellaneous items.
Abstract Recipe books published in the Midwest throughout the twentieth century. Many books also contain housekeeping, etiquette, and fashion tips; instruction manuals; food and brand histories; or almanacs.
Abstract Club founded in 1921. Records include historical material, meeting minutes (restricted), memorials, members' papers, two photographs, by-laws, one recording, yearly programs, rosters, and officer lists, members' biographies (restricted), and list of published authors who are members of the Club.
Abstract Ledger of minutes from the Women's Christian Temperance Union in Powellton, Illinois, 1901-1906. The minutes record discussions concerning prohibition, suffrage, illegal gambling, and polygamy.