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Iowa legislator and community activist from Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Farm women's club organized in 1926.
The members of Davenport LULAC Council 10 engaged in a wide range of social and political activities including annual fiestas, civil rights and fair housing.
The Cedar Rapids-Marion League of Women Voters (LWV) played an active part in the civic life of the greater Cedar Rapids area. During the period covered by this collection, the Cedar Rapids-Marion League of Women Voters focused on the problems of high school dropouts in the Cedar Rapids school system and the lack of affordable housing in the area.
Armed Services librarian during World War II, and University of Iowa professor in the School of Library and Information Science.
Study club founded in 1887.
Reflections on Girard's early life homesteading in South Dakota.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Des Moines resident who was a leader in women's organizations including American Mother's Inc., PTA and AAUW.
Social activist from Sioux City, Iowa.
Educator, social activist, politician and businesswoman who was inducted into the Iowa Women's Hall of Fame in 1980.
Created by Kirk, when she belonged to the Glad Girls of Grove 4-H chapter in Grove Township, Cass County, Iowa.
Diaries and account books of this Cherokee, Iowa woman record farm chores and expenses, housekeeping and family life.
The local chapter gives scholarships to students interested in construction careers, sponsors an annual golf outing and provides social networking opportunities for women who work in construction.
Organization to provide a forum for women in the construction industry to meet and exchange ideas.
One scrapbook, shelved in Box 1, oversize.
Local chapter of the professional organization focused on social, educational, and professional activities.
The club formed in 1915 near Manchester, Iowa for women to discuss aspects of rural, farm and family life.
Organized in Marion, Iowa in 1935 to for women to do needlework and handicrafts.
Biographical materials relate to Walnut, Iowa clubwoman Wilma Parker Nissen and her daughters.
Local chapter of 4-H organized in Mahaska County, Iowa, 1952.