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The York County League of Women’s Voters (1964-s.f.) is a political organization active in encouraging citizen participation in the electoral process and the government in general.
Scope and Content Note
The York County League of Women Voters Records consist of constitutions, by-laws, correspondence, membership lists, newsletters, publications, election questionnaires and program notes, concerning the origin, development and early history of the League.
The records of the York County League of Women Voters were deposited in Winthrop Archives on January 10, 1977 by Mrs. Willaim J. Blough, former president of the league.
Women, Women's History, Politics, Women's Suffrage, League of Women Voters of South Carolina
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "York County League of Women Voters Records - Accession 73". Finding Aid 53.