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The South Carolina Federation of Republican Women was founded in 1961 to: "promote an informed public through political educational activity; increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government; facility cooperation between the National and state federations; foster loyalty to the Republican Party and to promote its principles; support objectives and policies of the Republican National Committee; work for the election of the Republican Party nominees."
Scope and Content Note
The South Carolina Federation of Republican Women Records consist of bylaws, correspondence, minutes, reports, publications, and other records relating mainly to the growth of the South Carolina Republican Party, the political activities of South Carolina women, and the position of the Republican Party on public issues. Subjects include; Panama Canal Treaty, Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), Watergate, & Barry Goldwater.
The records of the South Carolina Federation of Republican Women (SCFRW) were received by the Archives on February 12, 1980 via Mrs. Betty Janzen.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "South Carolina Federation of Republican Women Records - Accession 300". Finding Aid 339.