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Women -- Societies and clubs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Record book for the Club Secretary, 1933

Identifier: 2014.041.2.8
Scope and Contents Record book for Gertrude Shanafelt, as club secretary, with pre-printed pages completed with her handwritten entries and notes which include meeting minutes and roll calls.
Dates: 1933

Record book of the Ingleside Club, 1894-10 - 1899-05

Identifier: 2014.041.2.2
Scope and Contents Contents appear to contain the meeting minutes of the club, its intended objective being the study of poetry and prose of any author selected by the club and/or its members select. The club was initially called The Lawrence Literary Association but changed to The Eureka Club, complete with articles of "incorporation". On May 30, 1896, a meeting was called for the purpose of changing the name to that of the Ingleside Club.
Dates: 1894-10 - 1899-05

Record book of the Joseph A. Wahl Auxiliary of United Spanish War Veterans, 1958-01 - 1966-01

Identifier: 2014.041.2.3
Scope and Contents Contents include the auxiliary's meeting minutes and roll calls. Laid in and tipped in materials include meeting minutes recorded on separate sheets, auxiliary general orders, memorial service and remembrance cards, and newspaper cuttings. It is noted that Gertrude Shanafelt held the position of Secretary in January of 1966.
Dates: 1958-01 - 1966-01

Tulsa Women's Club archive, 1909-1976

Identifier: 1979-004
Scope and Contents The archive consists of Club history, business, and activities (consisting of meeting minutes, club finances, and attendance records); general correspondence (to and from club officers and members); scrapbooks and press cuttings (documenting club activities); photographs (individuals and groups); club publications (consisting of club handbooks and convention programs); oversize (consisting of a promotional book for the Tulsa Recreational Center for the Physically Limited, oversize scrapbooks,...
Dates: 1909 - 1976

William Settle papers, 1900-1985

Identifier: 1995-004
Scope and Contents Research materials related to the history of Tulsa compiled for the purpose of writing a book on the topic sponsored by the Army Corps of Engineers in Tulsa. Items included are newspaper clippings, theses, pamphlets, newsletters, taped interviews and transcripts, and photographs. Some material related to Dr. Settle's dissertation on Jesse James and on dime novels. Dr. Settle was a faculty member of the history department at The University of Tulsa.
Dates: 1900 - 1985

Year book, 1934

Identifier: 2014.041.2.4
Scope and Contents A county program of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics.

Laid in: a carbon copy typed open letter (25 April 1935) addressed to "Sunday School worker", and signed by Mrs. T.O. Graham of Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The letter begins, "I have failed to find your Sunday School report in the county paper for sometime. I miss seeing it very much. Thinking that perhaps you are out of report cards, am enclosing some for your use...."
Dates: Publication: 1934

Year book, 1937

Identifier: 2014.041.2.5
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Photograph of the 1st US Volunteer Cavalry, also know as Roosevelt's Rough Riders, taken in San Antonio, TX in 1905; a group photo of an unidentified group of adults and children, Perry, OK; color [laser or ink jet] print of a portrait of Dick Shanafelt, Troop D; three black/white snapshots of the exterior of the Murrell House in Tahlequah, OK; manuscript notebook labeled "Ingleside Club 1895-"; manuscript record book for the Joseph A. Wahl Auxillary of the United Spanish War Veterans; record...
Dates: Publication: 1937

Year book, 1940

Identifier: 2014.041.2.7
Scope and Contents Contains Gertrude Shanafelt's copious notes and entries in pencil. Some pages/entries are "starred" with metallic gold star stickers (a sheet of star stickers is laid in). Also laid in: a pre-printed Kitche Improvement Report form, completed in ink, with Gertrude Shanafelt's handwritten "Story of Work Done" on verso.
Dates: Publication: 1940