South Carolina Federation of Women's Club Yearbook - Accession 92 - M41 (54)
Accession 92 - M41 (54)
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The South Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs was organized on June 15, 1898 in Seneca, SC and was admitted to the General Federation of Women's Clubs on July 29, 1899. The Federation is one of the oldest nonpartisan and nondenominational women’s service organizations in the country which strives to unite diverse women in a single goal to improve the lives of others by bringing about cooperation between the many women's clubs in the state.
Scope and Content Note
The South Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs Yearbook (1924-1925) describes the activities and accomplishments of the Federation during the previous year and reports on various subjects. Reports include such subjects as American Citizenship, Community Service and Civics, Friendly Co-operation with Ex-Service Men, Applied Education, Education, Home Economics, Library Extension, Home Demonstration, Fine Arts, Art, Music, Literature, Legislation, Publicity, Public Welfare, Child Welfare, Health, Industrial and Social Conditions, International Relations, Recreation, Anti-Narcotics and Federation business.
The South Carolina Federation of Women's Club Yearbook was donated by Ms. Louise Pettus on April 19, 1977.
Women, Women's History, Women's Clubs
For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.
Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "South Carolina Federation of Women's Club Yearbook - Accession 92 - M41 (54)". Finding Aid 147.