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Archives of the Agricultural Experience: Agriculture and Home Economics Faculty Women’s Club


Agriculture and Home Economics Faculty Women’s Club

Administrative History

This club, established in 1924, served to sponsor a variety of social activities including luncheons, bridge parties, bazaars, as well as supporting activities that benefited the faculty and the university as a whole, like the purchase of books for the library.

Scope and Content

The collection includes four volumes of minute books outlining  the activities of the club and its executive committee.  The volumes also includes lists of paid up members and information on the club’s finances.



Collection Reference: UA SC 8
Inclusive Dates: 1924-1954
Collection Contents: 8 cm of textual records
Access Conditions: None


Agriculture and Home Economics Faculty Women's Club fonds