|Catalog Number||OH 0249|
|Collection||Oral History Collection|
Lois Stanton oral history, conducted by Pat Hladilek and Annabelle Weishan in 2007. Lois was a founding member of the Milwaukee Junior Woman's Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1962. Includes a three-page transcript.
Lois served two terms as club president, beginning in 1969. In 1980, the club name was changed to Milwaukee Suburban Woman's Club. She joined the Woman's Club of Greenfield in 1987 and served as recording and corresponding secretary, first vice president and president, 2002-2004. She was elected president of the Wisconsin fourth district in 1988 and served as president of the Past District Officers Federated Woman's Club.
At the state level, she served as recording secretary, 1990-1992; first vice president, 1992-1994; and state president, 1994-1996.
Lois also served as editor of the Wisconsin Clubwoman magazine and on the GFWC leadership committee as representative of the Great Lakes Region, 1996-1998. From 1964-1987, Lois worked for General Motors.
|Length of Interview||12 mins.|
|Source||(WI) State Federation|
(WI) District President
(WI) State President
WHRC Oral History Project
Wisconsin Federation of Women's Clubs
(WI) Milwaukee Junior Woman's Club
(WI) Milwaukee Suburban Woman's Club
(WI) Woman's Club of Greenfield
(WI) Past District Officers Federated Woman's Club
Women's Court & Civic Conference
Community Improvement Program