Women -- Georgia -- Societies and clubs
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of minutes, financial papers, and scrapbooks that document the social and civic activities of the club. Minutes include reports and membership information. Scrapbooks provide further detail on the club's programs, civic projects, as well as flower shows both hosted and attended.
The bulk of this collection is comprised of organizational scrapbooks and year books. Other materials include newspaper clippings, programs, and club organizational records.
This collection is comprised of five scrapbooks.
This collection is comprised of records that provide details on the history of the club. Included in the collection are yearbooks, scrapbooks, pressbooks, newspaper clippings, and programs pertaining to the club's social and civic activities. Of special interest are materials that provide details on the historic Wimbish House.
This collection contains the records of the Avondale Estates Garden Club from 1931 to 2011. The collection chiefly consists of the Club's scrapbooks from 1944-1999. Also included is a yearbook from 2011 and a history of the Club from 1972. These materials document the Club's civic and social activities as well as special projects.
This collection is comprised of personal papers of Bessie Shaw Stafford. Included in the collection are photographs, newspaper clippings, and wedding book of Elizabeth (Bessie) Shaw and George R. Stafford.
This collection is comprised of a single scrapbook that contains newspaper clippings pertaining primarily to social and entertainment events.
This collection contains minutes, scrapbooks, and yearbooks that document the civic and social activities of the club. A twenty-five year anniversary book highlights the club achievements including numerous awards from Southeastern flower shows and civic work with local area hospitals.
This collection contains materials that document the history of the club, including meeting minutes and reports, flower show programs and awards, yearbooks, clippings, and correspondence. Scrapbooks also detail the social and civic activities of the club.
This collection contains minute books, reports, treasurer's records, membership lists, correspondence, annual histories, a scrapbook, and other materials that document the activities of the club. Also included is Volume 1, Number 1, of The American Monthly, a DAR publication. Of particular interest is a visitor's register from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Building at the Atlanta Cotton States and International Exposition in 1895.
This collection consists of nine scrapbooks documenting the activities of Delta Kappa Gamma, Alpha Chapter.
This collection consists of histories, minutes and yearbooks that document the club's civic and social activities. The collection also includes scrapbooks which further document the club's interests and special projects, as well as activities of members such as Marie S. Nicholson and Francis King.
This collection contains a scrapbook documenting the year Frances Connally Spalding spent as a debutante in the Atlanta Debutante Club. Included in the scrapbook is newspaper clippings, correspondence, and memorabilia.
This collection contains scrapbooks that highlight the civic and social activities of the club. The scrapbooks include photos, awards, correspondence, and reports. A large amount of material is dedicated to the club's civic project of landscaping and supporting the A. G. Rhodes Home for Incurables. One scrapbook is devoted to the Junior Flower Show Association activities of which the club was a member.
This collection includes material that documents the civic and social activities of the club. Minutes, clippings, and yearbooks provide details on the club's meetings, flower shows, and civic work. Several scrapbooks are dedicated to individual civic projects including the Tullie Smith House field crops garden and the grounds of the Fairhaven School. Garden plans for the school drawn by landscape architect Eugene Martini are also part of the collection.
This collection is comprised of the records of the Junior League of Atlanta. Included in the collection are scrapbooks, yearbooks, minutes, and annual reports as well as programs from events sponsored by the League. Of particular interest is the scrapbook about the Gone With the Wind Ball.
This collection contains scrapbooks that provide details of civic and social activities of the Ladybugs Garden Club. The scrapbooks include photographs, yearbooks, correspondence, and program materials that highlight the club's interests. Flower show programs and awards are also a part of the collection. Of special note are items that offer insight into the club's civic work creating and maintaining gardens and greenspaces for numerous organizations.
This collection contains materials that detail the civic and social history of the club. Included in the collection are histories, yearbooks, clippings, and program materials. Also a part of the collection are reports that highlight special projects and horticultural interests of the club and serve as applications for awards with regional and national garden club organizations.