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Identifier

Accession 96

Inclusive Dates

1962-1977

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

1,000 pieces , .50 linear feet

Language

English

Historical Note

The Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes was organized in 1953 as a non-profit women's organization that offered leadership training through community service in the Rock Hill area. The Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes became affiliated with the South Carolina Jaycee-ettes in 1967. The club’s purpose was to promote and support the activities of the all-male Rock Hill Jaycees (Junior Chamber of Commerce). The Jaycee-ettes ceased to exist in 1985 when the Jaycees allowed women to become members.

Scope and Content Note

The Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes Records consist of minutes, correspondence, membership lists, program notes, newsletters, manuals, newspaper clippings, photographs and other records relating to the history and activities of the all-female Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes. There is also information concerning the state and national Jaycee-ettes. The Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes was organized in 1953 and affiliated with the South Carolina Jaycee-ettes in 1967.

Provenance

The records of the Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes were deposited in the Archives on May 19, 1977 by Mrs. James D. Angel, president.

Keywords

Women, Women's History, Women's Clubs, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Community Service Organizations

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes Records - Accession 96

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