New Southern Women's Club Records - Accession 1765
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Scope and Content Note
The New Southern Women’s Club is a social organization in the Fort Mill and surrounding areas that provides activities and social opportunities for newcomers to the area. The goal of the club is to support women and help them meet friends through activities and work together on community service projects. The group was first formed when it broke off from the Rock Hill Newcomer’s Club in 1998. The group has monthly meetings and activities set for the group that include a book club, monthly luncheons, and various game nights. The New Southern Women’s Records consist mainly of photographs of events throughout the years, newsletters, guidelines for the club, board members lists, and descriptions of activities.
The New Southern Women's Club Records were donated to the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections by the New Southern Women's Club via Ann Ramsay on January 4, 2022.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "New Southern Women's Club Records - Accession 1765". Finding Aid 1332.