Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs.
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Questionaires, clippings, financial and membership records, publications, scrapbooks, slides, and manuscript draft for the Altrusa Club's compilation of abbreviated biographies of Idaho women, published in 1979.
Constitution, by-laws, and minutes of meetings (1909-1963); scrapbooks of organization activities (1939-1988); yearbooks; history of the organization, 1909-1938; membership information; photographs; and memorabilia.
Minutes, correspondence, committee records, club records, scrapbooks, photographs, and memorabilia. Activities documented in the collection include work at the Hunt Relocation Camp, the Women's Center, the Y-Teen, and Day-Care.
Correspondence, scrapbooks, and memorabilia relating to the activities of Ella Mae D'Amant as a member of Neighbors of Woodcraft, the Rebekahs, Women's Relief Corps, and other social and civic organizations.
Collection consists of two minute books from the Ladies' Aid Society of the First Methodist Church in Boise, Idaho. In addition to minutes, the books contains lists of member names and addresses.
The collection consists of organizational records from 1946-1980, as well as state and national materials. Also included are financial records, the League's work on education, water and environmental issues, foreign policy materials, local state and national government issues, including voter service materials. There are also materials on other subjects with which the League has been involved and various printed materials.
This collection consists of one scrapbook concerning Minnie Priest Dunton's civic activities and some family correspondence. Included are newspaper clippings, correspondence, memorabilia, and copies of of speeches given by Mrs. Dunton. Subjects include patriotism and woman suffrage.
Advertisement for a grand ball, with entertainment by Breach's Orchestra of Boise, Idaho, and supper by the Women of Woodcraft, July 3, 1908; and a ball game between Placerville and Pearl, Idaho on July 4.
Organizational records and minutes (1904-1969), of this civic betterment club, orginally organized as a South Boise Association. Also includes annual meeting programs and some correspondence, financial records, and memorabilia.
Collection includes organization and financial records, community improvement programs, photographs, scrapbooks, and other material related to this Boise civic and social club.