Chatterso Club essay
Scope and Contents
The Chatterso Club essay is one page, front and back, and was written in 1997. The essay was written by Eunice Lee, the hostess of the original meeting of the club in 1937.
- Creation: 1997
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Biographical / Historical
The Chatterso Club essay explains the origins of the Chatterso Club. The Chatterso Club began meeting in 1937 and was originally called the Chattersew Club. The club met every two weeks and was a chance for the women members to socialize, sew, and eat good food. The club celebrated its 60th anniversary in 1997.
0.25 linear inches
Language of Materials
"The 'Chatterso Club' of Inwood, Iowa" by Eunice Lee.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The essay (donor no. 505) was donated by Eunice Lee in 1998.
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