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A Washington, Iowa women's social club which was founded in 1934.
The club was organized in 1952 as a social and philanthropic forum for local women.
Social club organized in April 1935 by farm wives living southeast of Percival, Iowa.
A participant in the Camp Fire Girls between 1940 and 1954; materials include correspondence, scrapbooks and a memoir.
Scrapbook documenting the collegiate life of a State University of Iowa student during the 1920's.
Social worker and State University of Iowa graduate from Marne, Iowa, whose papers include diaries and family correspondence.
Extensive correspondence of Corning, Iowa farm wife and club woman.
Republican Iowa legislator from 1950 to 1956 and former president of the League of Women Voters of Iowa.
Stage actress who spent her childhood in Saskatchewan and was a teacher in Fairfield, Iowa.
Scrapbook featuring the professional and social life of an Iowa nurse in the 1920's.
Part of the statewide, grass roots effort to provide agricultural and homemaking science to Iowa farmers in the second decade of the twentieth century.
The scrapbook and memory book describe her years as a Latin student at the State University of Iowa (now the University of Iowa).
Poet and farm woman from Lamoni, Iowa.
Librarian from rural Iowa.
Anamosa and Iowa City resident who worked for the The University of Iowa Hospital.
University of Iowa graduate and teacher whose papers include correspondence and scrapbook files relating to her work on a variety of social issues.
Lecturer, author and playwright who ran the Teel School of Expression in Davenport, 1918-1934 and was later a writer and editor for the Durant News.
The Iowa City Area Christian Women's Club holds Friendship Bible Coffees and monthly luncheons. The ICCW formed in 1967 as an offshoot of Stonecroft Ministries.
Nondenominational and nonpartisan organization bringing Iowa women's clubs together.
The Iowa League for Nursing's efforts have included active participation in community planning and action for health care, advocating changes such as home health care. The organization made efforts to assure the continuing supply of nurses by providing them with the educational opportunities to reach their maximum career potential, ability to move into management and leadership positions, and promoting a greater public appreciation of nursing as a profession.