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PRO 1950-1952 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Dorothy Deemer Houghton, 1950-1952: Box 1 Folder 1: Constitutions and bylaws, 1951,1952. Folder 2: Directory, 1950-1952. Folder 3: GFWC President Houghton's messages to board and committee members, and state and club presidents, urging support for the Electoral College Reform Bill, Genocide Convention, National Production Act, Voice of America, defense mobilization, Alaska statehood, the March of Dimes, German Youth Assistance, and the Build Freedom with Youth contest (see related files below). Folder 4: GFWC overviews, including booklets on GFWC's purpose and programs; information sheet on major GFWC

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PRO 1952-1954 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Mildred Carlson Ahlgren, 1952-1954: Folder 1: Constitutions and bylaws, 1953,1954. Folder 2: Directory, 1952-1954 Folder 3: GFWC President Ahlgren's letter to board and committee members with the objectives of the 1952-1954 administration, 6 June 1952; and letter to state presidents regarding a scholarship in psychiatric nursing at Norton Memorial Infirmary, Louisville, Kentucky, 10 November 1952. Folder 4: GFWC overviews, including booklets and a script on GFWC's history, purpose, and programs. Departments of Work Folder 5: Americanism Department bulletins and information sheets, compiled by cha

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PRO 1954-1956 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Helen Busch Chapman, 1954-1956: Folder 1: Constitution and bylaws, 1955, 1956. Folder 2: Directory, 1955-1956. Folder 3: GFWC overviews, including booklets providing facts about the Federation and administration, list of program materials available from Headquarters, and program planning booklet. Folder 4: Administration report, including chairmen and state president reports, 1954-1956. Folder 5: GFWC President Chapman bulletins and messages to the board of directors and state presidents, 1954-1956, and booklet on program planning. Folder 6: Executive Committee, Third Vice-President (Membership Extens

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PRO 1956-1958 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Mabel S. Prout, 1956-1958: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1957. Folder 2: Directory, 1956-1958. Folder 3: GFWC overviews, including booklets providing facts about the Federation and administration, program leaflet of materials available from Headquarters. Folder 4: GFWC President Prout's messages to state and club presidents, 1956-1958. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Third Vice-President (Membership Extension Chairman) booklet, questionnaire, and handout. Folder 6: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs, program and information booklets for the Junior Membership. (See Junior Membership Rec

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PRO 1958-1960 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Chloe Gifford, 1958-1960: Folder 1: Constitution and bylaws, 1958. Folder 2: Directory, 1958-1960. Folder 3: GFWC overviews, including booklets providing facts about the Federation and administration. Folder 4: Administration report, including state president reports, 1958-1960. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs, Junior program booklet. (See Junior Membership Records, 1958-1960, for additional records.) Folder 6: Executive Committee, Parliamentarian booklet. Departments and Divisions Folder 7: Administration program booklet. Folder 8: American Home Department handout and

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PRO 1960-1962 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Katie Freeman Ozbirn, 1960-1962: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1960-1962. Folder 2: Directory, 1960-1962. Folder 3: GFWC overviews, including a booklet and leaflets providing facts about the Federation and the 1960 "Blueprint for Action" Folder 4: Executive Committee, Third Vice President, Membership and Extension handout. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs, Junior Handbook. (See Junior Membership Records, 1960-1962, for additional records.) State Federations Folder 6: State president reports. Departments and Divisions Folder 7: Departments and Divisions administra

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PRO 1962-1964 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Margaret Long Arnold, 1962-1964: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1962-1964. Folder 2: Directory, 1962-1964. Folder 3: GFWC overviews, including a booklet and leaflets providing facts about the Federation and 1962-1964 administration, and Dimes for Liberty collection box. Folder 4: President's office correspondence to board members, state presidents, state directors of junior clubs, chairmen, and clubs; and an invitation to "An illustrated talk on the Filming of "The Bible," a new motion picture," held 7 June 1965, Washington, D.C. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Third Vice President (Membership and Ext

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PRO 1964-1966 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Margaret McDonald Hasebroock, 1964-1966: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1964-1966. Folder 2: Directory, 1964-1966. Folder 3: GFWC overviews, including a booklet and leaflets providing facts about the Federation and 1964-1966 administration. Folder 4: President's office correspondence to state presidents and the board of directors and invitation to "An Illustrated Talk on the Filming of 'The Bible', a New Motion Picture" hosted by Lon Jones of Dino de Laurentiis, at the Jung Hotel, 7 June 1964. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Third Vice President (Membership Extension) membership booklet. Folder 6:

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PRO 1966-1968 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Carolyn Lawrence Pearce, 1966-1968: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1966-1968. Folder 2: Directory, 1966-1968. Folder 3: President's office correspondence to club members, state presidents, and board of directors, and bulletins from the president's office to state federation presidents. Folder 4: Executive Committee, Third Vice President (Membership Chairman), membership handout. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs, Junior Handbook. (See Junior Membership Records, 1966-1968, for additional records.) State Federations Folder 6: State president reports, 1966-1968. Departme

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PRO 1968-1970 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Jessie Flanagan Magee, 1968-1970: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1968-1970. Folder 2: Directory, 1968-1970. Folder 3: President's office correspondence. Folder 4: Executive Committee, Third Vice President (Membership Chairman), membership handbook. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs, junior handbook and report. State Federations Folder 6: State president reports, 1968-1970. Departments and Divisions Folder 7: Departments and Divisions overview booklets. Folder 8: Departments and Divisions reports. Folder 9: Conservation Department booklet, chairman corr

PRO 1970-1972 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Louise Graham Brown, 1970-1972: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1970-1972. Folder 2: Directory, 1970-1972. Folder 3: President's office correspondence and GFWC profile brochures. Folder 4: Executive Committee, First Vice President correspondence. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs handbook and Project Concern kit. Project Concern, a nonprofit medical relief program, was a Junior project during the 1970-1972 administration. Folder 6: Junior Membership Chairman bulletin, August 1970. State Federations Folder 7: State president reports, 1970-1972. Departments and Division

PRO 1972-1974 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Gladys Simpson Haugan, 1972-1974: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1972-1974. Folder 2: Directory, 1972-1974. Folder 3: President's office correspondence and film script, 15 November 1972. Folder 4: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs, Junior Handbook, 27 October 1972. State Federations Folder 5: State Reports, Alabama-Kentucky, state reports. Folder 6: State Reports, Louisiana-Oregon, state reports. Folder 7: State Reports, Pennsylvania-Wyoming, state reports. Departments and Divisions Folder 8: Departments and Divisions, administration reports, 1972-1974. Folder 9: Conse

PRO 1974-1976 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Mary Katharine Miller, 1974-1976: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1974-1976. Folder 2: Directory, 1974-1976. Folder 3: President's office correspondence and GFWC profile brochure. Folder 4: Executive Committee, Second Vice President (Membership Chairman), membership guide. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs correspondence to state junior directors. State Federations Folder 6: State Presidents' Reports handout, 1976. Departments and Divisions Folder 7: Departments and Divisions overview booklets. Folder 8: Departments and Divisions, includes list of GFWC appointee

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PRO 1976-1978 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Jerri Wagner, 1976-1978: Folder 1: Constitution and by-laws, 1976-1978. Folder 2: Directory, 1976-1976. Folder 3: Administration report. Folder 4: President's office correspondence. Folder 5: Executive Committee, Second Vice President (Membership Chairman) booklets and handouts. Folder 6: Executive Committee, Director of Junior Clubs report. State Federations Folder 7: State Reports, Alabama-Connecticut Folder 8: State Reports, Delaware-Hawaii Folder 9: State Reports, Idaho-Iowa Folder 10: State Reports, Kentucky-Maryland Folder 11: State Reports, Massachusetts Folder 12: S

PRO 1978-1980 - Program Records

GFWC Program Records, created during the administration of GFWC President Mary Elizabeth Sowards Quint, 1978-1980: Folder 1: Club manual, 1978-1980, July 1978. Folder 2: Club manual additions and corrections, 1978-1979. Folder 3: Club manual, 1978-1980, 2nd edition, May 1979. Folder 4: GFWC President Soward/Quint's messages to GFWC board and members concerning the Federation's Role in our Enterprise Economy (FREE) program, the Hugh O'Brien Youth (HOBY) Foundation, UNICEF, Affiliate Artists, and a GFWC membership survey. Folder 5: GFWC overview leaflet, directory of GFWC Board members, and leaflets on membership development and parliamentary procedure prepared by members of

Image of JRM 1960-1962 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1960-1962 - Junior Membership Records

Nannie Jean Hay (Mrs. Ronald) of Grove City, Pennsylvania, served from 1960-1962 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. "Accent on Youth" was the administration keynote. During the 1960-1962 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Maxine M. Moles (Mrs. Francis) of Seward, Nebraska; Council of International Clubs, Mrs. H. Jack Sharpe Jr. of Thomasville, North Carolina; Education, Jane Lee Nosal (Mrs. Paul); Fine Arts, Mrs. Robert Smith Jr. of Ludlow, Vermont; Home Life, Maxine Scarbro (Mrs. James) of Powellton, West Virginia; International Affairs, Miss Marjorie Yokley, Mount Airy, North Carolina; and Public Affairs, Patricia Amato (Mrs. Donald).

Image of JRM 1962-1964 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1962-1964 - Junior Membership Records

Maxine S. Scarbro (Mrs. James A.) of Montgomery, West Virginia, served from 1962-1964 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1962-1964 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Peggy G. Sammons (Mrs. Thomas) of Swainsboro, Georgia; Education, Jane Lee Nosal (Mrs. Paul) of Bethpage, NY; Fine Arts, Phyllis Jay Dudenhoffer (Mrs. William) of Jonesboro, Indiana; Home Life, Mrs. David Perkins of Entiat, Washington; International Affairs, Jeri J. Winger (Mrs. Wendell) of Springville, Utah; Public Affairs, Judy Harrison (Mrs. Gene C.) of Cedarburg, Wisconsin; Council of International Clubs, and Ethel B. Mahon (Mrs. John G.) of Jacksonville, Flo

Image of JRM 1964-1966 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1964-1966 - Junior Membership Records

Mary Jean Houde (Mrs. Thomas R.) of Kankakee, Illinois, served from 1964-1966 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. Myrtle Young (Mrs. George) served as Junior Conference Secretary. During the 1964-1966 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Miss Evelyn Farley of Plainville, Connecticut; Education, Barbara Wade (Mrs. Gentry) of Saratoga, California; Fine Arts, Edna Springer (Mrs. Harold) of Clarksburg, West Virginia; Home Life, Jeanenne Morrow (Mrs. James R.) of Birmingham, Alabama; International Affairs, Christine Badger (Mrs. Robert L.), 1964-1965, and Judy Harrison (Mrs. Gene C.) of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, 1965-1966; Public Affairs, Mrs. Jess

Image of JRM 1966-1968 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1966-1968 - Junior Membership Records

Jeanenne Morrow (Mrs. James R.) of Birmingham, Alabama, served from 1966-1968 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. The Juniors added "NOW" to the GFWC administration theme of "Build with Youth for a Better World": N for "Needs of Humanity", O for "Opportunities for Action", and W for "Wonders in Discovery." During the 1966-1968 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Gayle Bailey (Mrs. Glen) of Covina, California; Education, Alice Donahue (Mrs. Thomas) of West Barrington, Rhode Island; Fine Arts, Eunice Laughery (Mrs. Robert) of Valparaiso, Indiana; Home Life, June Coffey (Mrs. Dean) of Princeton, West Virginia, 1966-1967, and Betty Olszewski