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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.
The records of the Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes were deposited in the Archives on May 19, 1977 by Mrs. James D. Angel, president.
Women, Women's History, Women's Clubs, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Community Service Organizations
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Rock Hill Jaycee-ettes Records - Accession 96". Finding Aid 240.