Sheridan Hustlers 4-H Club (Scott County, Iowa) records
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Scope and Contents
The Sheridan Hustlers 4-H Club records date from 1921-1954 and measure 10 linear inches. They consist of minutes, membership rolls, reports of club activities, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
- Creation: 1921-1954
- Sheridan Hustlers 4-H Club (Scott County, Iowa) (Organization)
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The records are open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
The Sheridan Hustlers 4-H Club was a girls' 4-H club in Sheridan township near Eldridge in Scott County, Iowa. The members participated in a wide range of activities including gardening, canning, cooking, sewing and quilting, and furniture refurbishing. Members also had picnics, went on hikes, played baseball, softball, and folk games; presented plays and made music together; learned about good health and grooming; created exhibits for the county fair; attended 4-H conventions and Camp Abe Lincoln; and participated in Rally Days.
10.00 linear inches
Language of Materials
Girls' 4-H club located in Sheridan Township near Eldridge, Scott County, Iowa.
The records arrived in two looseleaf notebooks. Because the notebooks were overly full, newspaper clippings and photographs filed at the end of each notebook were removed and filed in folders.
The records were in the possession of Myrtle Keppy until they were donated to the Iowa Women's Archives by her daughter Ila Jean Taylor in 2010.
Method of Acquisition
The records (donor no. 776) were donated by Ila Jean Taylor in 2010.
- Kären Mason, 2011.
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