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Scope and Content Note
The National Master Farm Homemakers Guild Records includes the history of the National Master Farm Homemakers Guild, Country Women Council, Associated Country Women of the World, and the constitution and by-laws; minutes from annual meetings, other meetings, and programs; publications and brochures; correspondence, newsletters; lists of officers and members; reports; newspapers and a poster. The National Master Farm Homemaker’s Guild was founded in 1929 and the objective of the National Guild is to promote the highest possible standard of living in the farmhouse and focus attention on the positive aspects of farm life.
The National Master Farm Homemakers Guild Records were deposited between 1984-1997 by the National Master Farm Homemakers Guild.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "National Master Farm Homemakers Guild Records- Accession 572". Finding Aid 1099.