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Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women records

M67

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Bryn Mawr College. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Bryn Mawr College
Creator:
Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Title:
Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women records
Date [inclusive]:
1916-1984
Call Number:
M67
Extent:
17.5 Linear feet (17 containers, 20 volumes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women (PCAW) was founded in 1916 by sixteen women advertising executives. The Club participated in charitable efforts, offered advertising courses, published a newsletter (Ad-Land News), and hosted social events throughout its history. These efforts garnered national recognition for PCAW as a leading advertising organization. It also won them recognition locally as an organization committed to helping the community through scholarships and charitable giving. This collection contains the records produced by PCAW from 1916 to 1984, including material related to their advertising courses, events, history, charity involvement, and meetings. The collection has several strengths, the most notable of which is its comprehensive coverage of organizational activities from 1930 to 1977. Other strengths include the number of Ad-Land News publications within the collection, as well as the event invitations, most of which exhibit graphics and fonts reflecting contemporary advertising styles. Also of note are the records of PCAW’s heavy involvement in local affairs (advertising courses, charitable efforts, etc.), which demonstrates its influence in the area.
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Biography/History

The Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women (PCAW), founded in 1916 by sixteen women executives in the advertising field, “secure[d] for its members the benefits of discussion and cooperation in matters of interest for the purpose of mutual advancement, … further[ed] the study of advertising in its various branches, … emphasize[d] the work that woman [did] and [was] specially qualified to do, … and cooperate[d] with civic philanthropic and patriotic organizations whose undertakings [were] not for profit but [were] of vital local community interest and require advertising and selling cooperation,” (Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women’s Constitution and By-laws). Over the years, this club became nationally known as a leading advertising club.

In 1916, sixteen advertising women organized the Philadelphia League of Advertising Women so that they might attend the annual convention of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World (later the Advertising Federation of America). The need for such an organization was clearly demonstrated as “in just three months, membership more than tripled,” (PCAW brochure). The club, renamed the Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women, set forth a system to promote communication, educate future advertisers, and reward those in the industry worthy of note from every “area of communications: writers, artists, production and traffic departments, sales representatives, media buyers, advertising agency and studio administrators, corporate public relations, suppliers (print, typography, photography, etc.) editors, advertising managers, and anyone related to the advertising profession and communications field,” (PCAW brochure).

The Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women conducted their business via monthly meetings, luncheons, conventions, area conferences, women in advertising exhibits, awards, educational programs and seminars, scholarships and financial grants, social activities, and a placement bureau, along with other less regular activities. In order to become a member, candidates needed to be nominated by a member, to be seconded by another member and to provide business references to the Membership Committee who then made recommendations to the Board of Directors. Seven classes of membership existed: active members (for women engaged in creative, research or executive work; buying or selling advertising; or publicity or editorial advertising work), preferred associate members and associate members (for women engaged in practical advertising work), non-resident members (for women working more than twenty-five miles outside of Philadelphia), sustaining members (for women no longer working in the field but who were active members for at least five years), life members (for women who performed outstanding service to the club and/or to the profession) and honorary members (for non-members who performed outstanding service to the profession). The advantages of membership included: “affirm[ing] professional standing, increas[ing] professional skills, open[ing] new vistas of opportunity, offer[ing] valuable contacts, [and] enhanc[ing] the prestige of women employed in the field of advertising,” (Club’s History, Purpose, Implementation and Advantages).

Education was clearly a priority for the Club as they, starting in 1928, held a ten week “Introduction to Advertising Course,” which was open to the public. The Club encouraged further education by providing scholarships for the Charles Morris Price School of Advertising and Journalism and the Studio School of Design, to name just a few. In 1970, the Club began offering a one day Communications Career Conference for high school and college students. The Club also published a book titled Advertising Careers for Women in 1939 which included twenty-two lectures on advertising vocations.

Affiliated with the American Advertising Federation and the Federation of Women’s Clubs, the Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women maintained a prominent role in the advertising world by publishing a newsletter titled Ad Land News and presenting awards to their own members as well as those outside the Club. Some awards include: the Silver Medal Award, presented annually to an outstanding local advertising person; the Silver Bell Award, presented annually to a Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women member who gave time and effort to the Club; the Crystal Prism Award, sponsored by the American Advertising Federation and presented annually to a Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women member in recognition of dedication to the Club, the profession and the betterment of the community; and the ADDY Award, presented annually to the local advertising community for creative excellence in the Delaware Valley.

In addition, the Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women participated in local community service by raising funds for the American Red Cross, working for the war effort during both World War I and World War II, and educating consumers about famous advertising women.

Bibliography:

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women: Brochure, undated (accession file).

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women: Club’s History, Purpose, Implementation and Advantages, undated (collection).

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women: Constitution and By-laws, undated (collection).

Scope and Contents

This collection contains the records produced and collected by the Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women (PCAW) from its inception in 1916, until 1984. The strength of this collection is its comprehensive assembling of advertising publications, events programs, photographs, and organizational records spanning primarily from the 1930s to 1970s. Because this collection represents comprehensive coverage of this influential women’s organization, it would be of interest to researchers in twentieth-century social history, women’s history, and Philadelphia area organizations.

Within the collection are twenty-nine series. They appear in the following order: Ad-Land News; Administrative Materials; Advertising Clubs; Awards; Better Business Bureau; Camp Council; Children's Country Week Association; Newsletters and Mailings; Committees; Conferences; Conventions; Education; Events; Finances; History; Kite and Key Administrative Records; Meetings; Membership; Organizational By-Laws and Amendments; Outreach; Photographs and Film; Programs; Poor Richard Club Materials and Mailings; Publicity; Reports; Scrapbook; and Unidentified Records

The “ Adland News” series contains “Newsletters” and “Pamphlets” of the Ad-Land News publication from 1929 to 1977. This publication was produced by PCAW to highlight organizational news items and current issues in advertising.

The “Administrative Materials” series contains the records of the Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary, and President within the organization, from the 1950s to the 1970s.

The “Advertising Clubs” series contains material related to clubs with which PCAW was involved, such as the American Advertising Federation, Advertising Federation of America; The Exchange; Junior Advertising Club; Philadelphia Advertising Council; Philadelphia Federation of Women's Clubs and Allied Organizations, Inc.; and Women in Advertising.

The “Awards” series contains material related to awards received by PCAW related to their charitable activities. This also includes awards given to PCAW such as the Advertising Woman of the Year. Researchers will find material related to the “Addy Awards,” an award given by the American Advertising Federation.

The “Better Business Bureau” series contains two folders of the records of PCAW’s relationship with the Better Business Bureau from 1943 to 1972.

The “Camp Council” series contains correspondence and records related to the Camp Council organization.

The “Children's Country Week Association Newsletters and Mailings” series contains records related to the Children’s Country Week retreat participated in by the PCAW.

The “Committees” series contains records of several committees within PCAW, from 1930 to 1975. Included are Finance (1940-1969); Nominating (1930-1976); Social (1947-1970); and Program (1966-1967) committees. For additional “Social” material, consult the “Social” series.

The “Conferences” series contains various conferences attended by PCAW (primarily advertising related) from 1930 to 1975. The conferences include Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs, American Advertising Federation Convention, and the Career Conference.

The “Conventions” series contains conventions attended by members of PCAW, including the Democratic National Convention-Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women Lunch for Women Reporters (1936), and the American Advertising Federation Convention (1970, 1975-1976).

The “Correspondence” series contains PCAW correspondence from 1941 to 1976. Within the series is “General Correspondence” between PCAW, their members, and various other institutions from 1942 to 1976. There are also “Mailings,” which includes brochures and informational material sent by PCAW from 1941 to 1957. Researchers will find “Presidential Mailings,” containing correspondence sent and received by various PCAW presidents from 1947 to 1974. “Thank you notes” and “Stationary” are also located within this series.

The “Education” series contains records from an advertising course, Introduction to Advertising, which was taught by PCAW members from 1935 to 1976. It also contains records related to scholarships given by PCAW, including the Blanche E. Clair Scholarship (1957-1976), and “Essay Contests” from 1947 to 1959.

The “Events” series contains invitations and programs from the scores of dinner dances, social events, and trips hosted by PCAW from 1917 until 1979. The designs of the invitations are particularly noteworthy as they reflected many of the advertising styles and fonts of the day.

The “Federation of Women's Clubs Administrative Documents and Records” series includes the records resulting from PCAW’s involvement with the Federation of Women’s Clubs.

In the “Finances” series, researchers will find financial material, including invoices, and budgets from various PCAW functions from 1934 to 1976.

The “History” series contains biographical essays of PCAW, as well as 50th anniversary material.

The “Kite and Key Administrative Records” series contains some material related to the Kite and Key Society of the University of Pennsylvania from the years 1951 and 1970. It is not included in the series “Administrative Records” as it was found on its own, and was organized in a deliberate order which was maintained.

In the “Legislative Materials” series, researchers will find material related to public policy and government outreach from 1949 to 1976.

The “Meetings” series contains materials related to the meetings held by PCAW from 1940 to 1976. The meetings in this series include Annual Meetings (1951-1976); Board Meetings (1965-1975); and Installation Meetings (1956-1957).

The “Membership” series contains the records of applicants to PCAW, attendance records, as well as recognitions of long-standing members.

In the “Organizational By-Laws and Amendments” series researchers will find material related to PCAW’s organizational policies from 1942 to 1976.

The “Outreach” series contains material related to the outreach efforts of PCAW to the local community through charitable donations, hospital and elderly home visits.

The “Photographs and Film” series contains photographs from various PCAW events including dances, some from the 1930s and 1940s, as well as the 1970s. Many PCAW events included a theme, and the pictures often show women and men in costumes of particular style.

The “Programs” series contains various programs from PCAW meetings hosted and attended from the 1940s to the 1970s.

-The “Poor Richard Club Materials and Mailings” series contains material and mailings received by PCAW from the Poor Richards Club.

The “Publicity” series contains material related to PCAW’s involvement in promoting itself through advertising and media interviews. These interviews exist in the format of transcripts.

In the “Reports” series, researchers will find Annual Reports (1954-1975); Board Meeting Reports (1977-1984); Dinner Meeting Reports (1979-1984); and Bound Yearly Reports (1922-1977).

The “Scrapbook and ephemera” series includes a single bound scrapbook primarily containing memorandums, program notes, and correspondence of PCAW from 1928 to 1929, and pins.

The “Unidentified Records” series probably has little value to researchers as it is simply comprised of unidentified pieces of paper found loose within the collection.

Arrangement

The series of this collection are arranged alphabetically. Folders within those series are arranged chronologically, alphabetically, or both depending on the amount of material covered within that series.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Bryn Mawr College,  2010.01.20

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Leslie O'Neill and Forrest Wright, Melissa Torquato

Sponsor

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

Revision Description

Reviewed for MARC record. 2014 July 17

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Archives with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Custodial History note

Gift of M. Alcott Cooper, President of the Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women (PCAW), November 8, 1983.

Processing Information note

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

This collection was minimally processed in 2009-2011, as part of an experimental project conducted under the auspices of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries to help eliminate processing backlog in Philadelphia repositories. A minimally processed collection is one processed at a less intensive rate than traditionally thought necessary to make a collection ready for use by researchers. When citing sources from this collection, researchers are advised to defer to folder titles provided in the finding aid rather than those provided on the physical folder.

Employing processing strategies outlined in Mark Greene's and Dennis Meissner's 2005 article, More Product, Less Process: Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late 20th-Century Collections, the project team tested the limits of minimal processing on collections of all types and ages, in 23 Philadelphia area repositories. A primary goal of the project, the team processed at an average rate of 2-3 hours per linear foot of records, a fraction of the time ordinarily reserved for the arrangement and description of collections. Among other time saving strategies, the project team did not extensively review the content of the collections, replace acidic folders or complete any preservation work.

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Related Materials

Separated Materials note

The oversize framed photograph of the "Feminine Flying Fleet, arrival in Washington, DC," 1930, is located on the second floor, aisle 12/13, section 8.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Advertising Federation of America.
  • American Advertising Federation.
  • American Red Cross.
  • Associated Advertising Clubs of the World.
  • Charles Morris Price School of Advertising and Journalism.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Awards
  • Charters
  • Constitutions
  • Correspondence.
  • Newsletters
  • Photographs.
  • Scrapbooks
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
Subject(s)
  • Advertising
  • Clubs
  • Education.
  • Women in charitable work.
  • Women in the advertising industry
  • Women--Societies and clubs.
  • World War I
  • World War II.

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Collection Inventory

Ad-Land News.

Newsletters.

Box Folder

Oriental Dinner Dance, 1929.

1 1

Danse Moderne Issue, 1930.

1 2

Florida Frolic Issue, 1936.

1 3

Arctic Antics Issue, 1938.

1 4

Hawaiian Holiday Issue, 1939.

1 5

News in War Time Issue, 1942.

1 6

September 1951-June 1952.

1 7

Report and Suggestions, 1953.

1 8

1955 and 1956 Issues, 1955, 1956.

1 9

Spring 1957 Issue, 1956-1957.

1 10

1957-1958.

1 11

1958-1960.

1 12

1960, 1971.

1 13

1964-1965.

1 14

1965.

1 15

1966-1969.

1 16

1967-1968.

1 17

1968-1969.

1 18

1969, 1970.

1 19

1969-1970.

1 20

1970.

1 21

1970.

1 21

1971-1972.

1 22

1972-1973.

1 23

1973-1974.

1 24

1975-1976.

1 25

1976-1977.

1 26

undated.

1 27

Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania Report, 1974-1975.

1 28

Pamphlets.

Box Folder

1921-1930.

1 29

1931-1933.

1 30

1931-1960.

1 31-32

1934-1940.

1 33

1941-1950.

1 34-35

Administrative Materials.

Box Folder

Secretary, 1953-1954.

2 1

Treasurer, 1967-1968.

2 2

Assistant Treasurer, 1967-1968.

2 3

Corresponding Secretary, 1968-1969.

2 4

Treasurer, 1968-1969.

2 5

Secretary, 1969-1970.

2 6

President, 1971-1972.

2 7

Advertising Clubs.

American Advertising Federation.

Box Folder

Administrative Material, 1957-1959.

2 9

Administrative Material, 1958-1959.

2 10

Ad Woman, 1960.

2 11

"Bible" File, 1964-1965.

2 12

Administrative Material, 1968.

2 13

The Medical Mission Sisters, 1968.

2 14

Advertising Woman of the Year, 1968-1970.

2 15

Administrative Material, 1969.

2 16

Administrative Material, 1969-1970.

2 17

Contact Information, 1969-1970.

2 18

Administrative Material, 1971.

2 19

Administrative Material, 1971.

2 20-21

Women's Council, 1971.

2 22

Assorted Material, 1971-1972.

2 23

National Convention, 1971-1972.

2 24

Competitions (Not entered by Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women), 1971-1972.

2 25

Women's Council, 1971-1972.

2 26

Advertising Woman of the Year, 1971-1972.

2 27

Club Achievements (Including Scholarship Program), 1971-1972.

2 28

Seminar in Marketing Management and Advertising, 1971-1972.

2 29

Jersey Awards, 1971-1972.

2 30

Addy Awards, 1971-1972.

2 31

Advertising Information Program, 1971-1972.

2 32

Advertising Hall of Fame, 1971-1972.

2 33

4th District Correspondence and Newsletters, 1971-1972.

2 34

Crystal Prism Award, 1971-1972.

2 35

2nd District Conference, 1971-1972.

2 36

2nd District Roster and Meetings, 1971-1972.

2 37

2nd District Addy Awards, 1971-1972.

2 38

Exchange (Newsletter), 1972-1973.

2 39

Advertising Woman of the Year, 1972-1973.

2 40

National Club Directory, 1971-1972.

2 41

2nd District Conference, Addy Awards, Crystal Prism Award, Correspondence, 1972-1973.

2 42

Other Districts and Clubs, 1972-1973.

2 43

2nd District Ad Clubs-Presidents Listings, 1972.

2 44

Advertising Hall of Fame, 1972-1973.

2 45

National Women's Council-Nominations, 1972-1973.

2 46

National Convention-Addy Awards, 1972-1973.

2 47

Club Achievements Awards, 1972-1973.

2 48

Public Affairs Conference, 1973.

2 49

2nd District Conference, 1973.

2 50

Advertising Woman of the Year, 1973-1974.

2 51

Addy Awards, Student Competition, 1973-1974.

2 52

Washington Report, 1973-1974.

2 53

2nd District Materials, 1973-1974.

2 54

2nd District Conference, 1974.

2 55

Advertising Hall of Fame, 1974.

2 56

Club Achievements, 1974.

2 57

Washington Report, 1974-1975.

2 58

Advertising Woman of the Year, 1974-1975.

2 59

2nd District Contacts, 1974-1975.

2 60

Advertising Hall of Fame, 1975.

2 61

Club Achievements, 1975.

2 62

Crystal Prism Award, 1975-1976.

2 63

Silver Medal Award, 1975-1976.

2 64

Silver Medal Award, 1976-1977.

2 65

National Speakers Bureau Directory, undated.

2 66

Affiliated Club Bulletin, undated.

2 67

2nd District Material, 1968.

2 68

President's Manual, undated.

2 69

Advertising Federation of America.

Box Folder

Parrot File, 1936.

3 1

Administrative Material, 1952.

3 2

Administrative Material, 1955-1956.

3 3

Convention, 1956.

3 4

Policy Manual, 1959.

3 5

Club Services, 1959-1960.

3 6

National Directory, 1959-1960.

3 7

Policy Manual: Ethics Committee, 1960.

3 8

President's Planning, 1961.

3 9

Printer's Ink: Silver Medal Award, 1961.

3 10

National Speaker's Bureau and Advertising Film List, 1961-1962.

3 11

Fall Planning Guide, 1962.

3 12

Media Plan, 1962.

3 13

National Speakers Bureau and Film List, 1962-1963.

3 14-15

Administrative Materials, 1963-1964.

3 16

Administrative materials, 1964-1966.

3 17

Consumer Relations Program, 1964.

3 18

Administrative Materials, 1965.

3 19

Radio and TV Scripts, 1965.

3 20

Awards, 1965.

3 21

Directory of Company Members, 1971.

3 22

The President: Leadership in Action, 1971-1972.

3 23

Speakers Directory, 1971-1972.

3 24

Advertising Hall of Fame Nominations, 1972.

3 25

Film Directory, 1972.

3 26

Legislative Materials, 1972.

3 27

Policy Manual: Education Committee, undated.

3 28

Policy Manual: Legislation Committee, undated.

3 29

Exchange Newsletter.

Box
3
Folder
30
Box Folder

Collected newsletters, 1973-1975.

3 30

Junior Advertising Club.

Box Folder

Administrative Materials, 1971.

3 31

Philadelphia Advertising Council.

Box Folder

Administrative Materials, 1965.

3 32

Philadelphia Federation of Women's Clubs and Allied Organizations, Inc.

Box Folder

Administrative Material, 1972-1973.

3 33

Women in Advertising.

Box Folder

Administrative Material, 1971-1972.

3 34

Awards and Honors.

Box Folder

Charter of Membership in the Advertising Federation of America, 1916.

3 35

Nominations for Awards, 1928, 1929.

3 36

Nominations for Awards, 1931.

3 37

Nominations for Awards, 1936.

3 38

Josephine Snapp Awards, 1937-1941.

3 39

Presentation of the Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women to the Committee for Club Achievement Award and Advertising Federation of America, 1941-1942.

3 40

Club Achievement presented to Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women by the Advertising Federation of America, 1948.

16

Citizen's Council on City Planning, 1952.

3 41

Advertising Woman of the Year, 1954.

3 42

Award for Merit, 1956.

3 43

Putman Awards, 1957.

3 44

Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania, 1957-1958.

3 45

Speakers Citation, 1964.

3 46

Gimbel Award, 1965.

3 47

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women Award, 1967.

3 48

Gimbel Award Luncheon, 1968.

3 49

Women in Advertising, 1968.

3 50

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Woman Award to Pearl S. Buck, 1969.

3 51

Gimbel Award, 1969.

3 52

Advertising Woman of the Year, 1971.

3 53

Graphic Arts Woman of the Year, 1971.

3 54

Gimbel Award, 1971-1972.

3 55

Advertising Club of North Jersey Certificate of Appreciation, 1972.

3 56

Nominations for Awards, 1974-1975.

3 57

Silver Bell Award, 1974-1975.

3 58

Graphic Arts Woman of the Year, 1975-1976.

3 59

Silver foil for Awards, undated.

3 60

Better Business Bureau.

Box Folder

Records, 1943-1948.

3

3

61

61

Records, 1971-1972.

3 62

Camp Council.

Box Folder

Records and Mailings, 1967-1968.

3 63

Mailings, 1969.

3 64

Children's Country Week Association Newsletters and Mailings.

Box Folder

1942-1950.

3 65

1954.

3 66

1955-1957.

3 67

1957-1958.

3 68

1958-1959.

3 69

1960.

3 70

1968.

3 71-72

Committees.

Box Folder

Citizen's Charter Committee, 1950.

3 73

Committees (assorted materials), 1947-1948.

3 74

Committee Meetings, 1947-1949.

3 75

Committee Chairwomen, 1964-1965.

3 76

Finance Committee, 1940.

3 77

Finance Committee, 1967.

3 78

Finance Committee, 1968-1969.

3 79

Luncheon Committee, 1957-1958.

Box
3
Folder
80

Nominating Committee, 1930.

3 81

Nominating Committee, 1932.

3 82

Nominating Committee, 1933.

3 83

Nominating Committee, 1934.

3 84

Nominating Committee, 1935.

4 1

Nominating Committee, 1938.

4 2

Nominating Committee, 1955.

4 3

Nominating Committee, 1956.

4 4

Nominating Committee, 1957.

4 5

Nominating Committee, 1957-1958.

4 6

Nominating Committee, 1960.

4 7

Nominating Committee, 1965.

4 8

Nominating Committee, 1965-1966.

4 9

Nominating Committee, 1969.

4 10

Nominating Committee, 1969-1970.

4 11

Nominating Committee, 1970.

4 12

Nominating Committee, 1971-1972.

4 13-14

Nominating Committee, 1973-1974.

4 15

Nominating Committee, 1975-1976.

4 16

Program Committee, 1966.

4 17

Program Committee, 1967.

4 18

Service Fund Committee, 1969-1970.

Box
4
Folder
19

Social Committee, 1947-1949.

4 20

Social Committee, 1973-1975.

4 21

Conferences.

Box Folder

Peace Conference, 1937.

4 22

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs, 1937.

4 23

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs, 1937.

4 24

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs in Philadelphia, 1940.

4 25

Inter-city Conference in Chicago, 1948.

4 26

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs, 1949.

4 27-29

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs in New York City, 1954.

4 30

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs, 1956.

4 31

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs, 1957.

4 32

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs in Providence, 1960.

4 33

Eastern Conference of Women's Advertising Clubs, 1960-1963.

4 34

American Advertising Federation 2nd District Conference, 1972.

4 35

American Advertising Federation Convention and Public Affairs Conference, 1974.

4 36

American Advertising Federation Convention and Public Affairs Conference, 1975.

4 37

American Advertising Federation 2nd District Fall Conference, 1975-1976.

4 38

Career Conference, 1975-1976.

4 39

Career Conference, 1977.

4 40

Conventions.

Box Folder

Democratic National Convention-Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women Lunch for Women Reporters, 1936.

4 41

American Advertising Federation Convention, 1970.

4 42-43

American Advertising Federation Convention, 1975-1976.

4 44

Correspondence.

Correspondence

The first three subseries are arranged alphabetically at sub-series level, and chronologically at the folder level. This alphabetical arrangement resets after the "Presidential Correspondence" subseries because of the small number of folders related to the remaining subseries.

General Correspondence.

Box Folder

1942.

4 45

1944.

4 46

1947-1948.

4 47

1951-1953.

4 48

1954-1955.

4 49

1955-1956.

4 50

1957-1958.

4 51

1958-1959.

4 52

1960.

4 53

1961.

4 54

1966.

4 55

1967-1968.

4 56

1970.

4 57-58

1970-1971.

4 59-61

1971-1972.

4 62

1972-1973.

4 63-65

1973-1974.

5 1

1974-1975.

5 2-5

1976, 1976.

5 6

Mailings.

Box Folder

1941-1945.

5 7-8

1949.

5 9

1950-1951.

5 10

1951-1953.

5 11

1953-1954.

5 12

1955-1956.

5 13

1956-1957.

5 14

President's Correspondence.

Box Folder

1947-1950.

5 15

1971-1972.

5 16

1973-1974.

5 17

Award Programs Correspondence, 1958-1966.

Box
5
Folder
18

Holiday Cards, 1964.

Box
5
Folder
19

Hospitality Correspondence, 1971-1972.

Box
5
Folder
20

Radio and Fan Mail, 1927-1938.

Box
5
Folder
21

Social Correspondence, 1971-1972.

Box
5
Folder
22

Thank-You Cards, 1973-1975.

Box
5
Folder
23

Stationary and Letterheads.

Box Folder

1955-1957.

5 24

1967-1968.

5 25

1969-1970.

5 26

1972-1973.

5 27

1973-1975.

5 28

1976.

5 29

undated.

5 30

Education.

Alumni.

Box Folder

Alumni List, 1958-1959.

5 31

Alumni Contact Information, 1967-1968.

5 32-33

Blanche E. Clair Scholarship.

Box Folder

1957-1958.

5 34

1965.

5 35

1966.

5 36

1967-1968.

5 37

1969-1970.

5 38

1971-1972.

5 39

1972-1973.

5 40

1973-1974.

5 41

1974-1975.

5 42

1975-1976.

5 43

Charles Morris Price School.

Box Folder

1964.

5 44

1968, Graduation, 1968.

5 45

1969, Graduation, 1969.

5 46

1969-1970.

5 47

1970.

5 48

1972-1973.

5 49

1974 and 1975 Graduation, 1974, 1975.

5 50

1975-1976.

5 51

Courses offered by Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women.

Box Folder

Advertising Course, 1934-1938.

5 52

Advertising Course, 1935-1938.

5 53

Effective Speaking, 1940.

5 54

Workshop: Educational Programs for Members, 1950.

5 55

Introduction to Advertising, 1950.

5 56

Introduction to Advertising, 1956.

5 57

Introduction to Advertising, 1957.

5 58

Introduction to Advertising, 1958-1959.

5 59

Education Course, 1961-1962.

5 60

Advertising Course, 1963.

5 61

Advertising Course, 1963-1964.

5 62

Advertising Course, 1963-1965.

5 63

Introduction to Advertising, 1964.

6 1

38th Annual Introduction to Advertising, 1965.

6 2

Advertising Course, 1965.

6 3

Advertising Course, 1965-1969.

6 4

Introduction to Advertising, 1965-1966.

6 5

Education Programs, 1967-1968.

6 6

Assisting Advertising Students, 1968.

6 7

Advertising Class Roster, 1969-1970.

6 8

Introduction to Advertising, 1969-1970.

6 9

Introduction to Advertising, 1970.

6 10

Advertising Course, 1970.

6 11

Introduction to Advertising, 1970.

6 12

Advertising Course, 1971.

6 13-14

Introduction to Advertising, 1971.

6 15-16

Introduction to Advertising, 1971.

6 17

Introduction to Advertising, 1972-1973.

6 18

Advertising Course Class register, 1973.

6 19

Introduction to Advertising, 1973.

6 20-21

Introduction to Advertising, 1974.

6 22

3rd Advertising Career Seminar, 1974.

6 23

Introduction to Advertising; Professional Career Seminar, 1975-1976.

6 24

Essay Contests.

Box Folder

1947-1948.

6 25

1948-1949.

6 26

1950-1951.

6 27

1953.

6 28

1954.

6 29

1958-1959.

6 30

Job Placement.

Box Folder

1972-1973.

6 31

1974-1975.

6 32

Junior Achievement, 1974.

Box
6
Folder
33

Miscellaneous, 1963-1966.

Box
6
Folder
34

Scholarship.

Box Folder

1972-1973.

6 35

1973-1974.

6 36

undated.

6 37

School for Truant Girls, 1949.

Box
6
Folder
38

Senior Guidance.

Box Folder

1939-1949.

6 39

1950.

6 40

1955-1957.

6 41

1957-1959.

6 42

Veteran Guidance, 1946.

Box
6
Folder
43

Vocational Seminars.

Box Folder

1970.

6 44

1971-1972.

6 45

1972-1973.

6 46

1974, 1975.

6 47

Events.

1917-1919.

Box Folder

First Dinner Dance, 1917.

7 1

2nd Annual Dinner Dance, 1918.

7 2

Valentine's Day Dance, 1919.

7 3

1920-1929.

Box Folder

Dinner Dance, 1920.

7 4

Colonial Dinner Dance, 1921.

7 5

A Dance Fantasy, 1922.

7 6

Carnival Des Follies Dance, 1923.

7 7

Jack Frost Party, 1924.

7 8

A Night in Paris, 1925.

7 9

Dance in Ad-Land, 1926.

7 10

La Danse Internationale, 1927.

7 11

Dinner Dance, 1928.

7 12

1930-1939.

Box Folder

Supper Dance "Egyptian Holiday", 1930.

7 13

Egyptian Holiday, 1930.

7 14

Friendship Dinners, 1930-1939.

7 15

A Night in the Nineties-Dance, 1931.

7 16

Blue Skies Dinner Dance, 1932.

7 17

Inter-Club Events, 1932-1935.

7 18

Circus Dinner Dance, 1933.

7 19

Founder's Night-Honoring Helen Strauser Barber, 1933.

7 20

Mardi Gras Dinner Dance, 1934.

7 21

On to Mars Dinner Dance, 1935.

7 22-23

Florida Frolic, 1936.

7 24

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women Play "Let's Scrap it", 1936.

7 25

Mother's Day Parties, 1936-1948.

7 26

Gypsy Czardas Dance, 1937.

7 27

Friendship Dinner, 1939.

7 28

1940-1949.

Box Folder

Luncheons, 1940-1948.

7 29

Southern Serenade, 1940.

7 30

Silver Jubilee-25th Annual Dinner Dance, 1940.

7 31

Ski Carnival, 1942.

7 32

Canteen Capers, 1943.

7 33

Children's Christmas Party, 1943.

7 34-36

Installation Dinners, 1943-1949.

7 37

Dinner Attendance, 1944-1949.

7 38

Star Spangled Dinner Dance, 1944.

7 39

Children's Christmas Party, 1945.

7 40

Liberty Belle Ball, 1945.

7 41-42

Children's Christmas Party, 1946.

7 43

Children's Christmas Party, 1946-1949.

7 44

Skylark Dinner Dance, 1946.

7 45-46

Christmas Party-Members, 1947-1948.

7 47

Friendship Fete, 1947-1948.

7 48

Let's Be Gay Dinner Dance, 1947.

7 49-50

Children's Christmas Party, 1948.

7 51

Dinner Dance, 1948.

7 52-53

Dinner Dance, 1948-1949.

7 54

Dinner Dance, 1948.

7 55

Philadel-Fiesta, 1948.

7 56

Poor Richard Club 3rd Annual Dinner and Franklin Day, 1948.

7 57

Children's Christmas Party, 1949.

7 58

Friendship Fete, 1949.

7 59

Gold Rush Gaieties, 1949.

7 60

1950-1959.

Box Folder

Children's Christmas Party (toy lists and donor letters), 1950.

8 1

Children's Christmas Party, 1950.

8 2-3

Dinner Dance, 1950.

8 4

Mother's Day Party, 1950.

8 5

Children's Christmas Party, 1951.

8 6

Crystal Ball, 1951.

8 7

Dinner Dance, 1951-1952.

8 8

Belle's and Beaux Ball, 1952.

8 9

Card Party, 1952.

8 10

Children's Christmas Party, 1952.

8 11

Member's Christmas Party, 1952.

8 12

Children's Christmas Party, 1952-1953.

8 13

Children's Christmas Party, 1953.

8 14

Dinner Dance, 1953.

8 15

Nautical Nite, 1953.

8 16

Dinner Dance-Strato Cruise, 1954.

8 17-18

Friendship Fete, 1954-1955.

8 19

Mother's Day, 1954-1955.

8 20

The Advertising Women Exhibit, 1955-1956.

8 21

Card Party, 1955.

8 22

Children's Christmas Party, 1955.

8 23

C'est Paris Dance, 1955.

8 24

Dinner Dance Report, 1955.

8 25

Dinner Meetings, 1955-1956.

8 26

Luncheons-Friendship Fete, 1955-1957.

8 27

Dinner Dance Publicity, 1955-1957.

8 28

Children's Christmas Party, 1956.

8 29

Dinner Dance, 1956.

8 30

Dinner Dance, 1956-1957.

8 31

Dinner Meetings, 1956-1957.

8 32

Member's Christmas Party, 1956.

8 33

Mother's Day party, 1956.

8 34

Printing Week, 1956-1957.

8 35

Charities, 1957-1958.

8 36

Dinner Meetings, 1957-1958.

8 37

Friendship Fete, 1957-1958.

8 38

Mother's Day Party, 1957-1958.

8 39

Printing Week, 1957-1958.

8 40

Children's Christmas Party, 1957.

8 41

Member's Christmas Party, 1957.

8 42

Spring Fantasia, 1957.

8 43

41st Annual Dinner Dance, 1957.

8 44

Charities, 1958-1959.

8 45

Children's Christmas Party, 1958.

8 46

Christmas Parties, 1958.

8 47

Dinner Meetings, 1958-1959.

8 48

Installation, 1958.

8 49

Installation, 1958-1960.

8 50

Valentine Magic, 1958.

8 51

Weekly Luncheons, 1958-1959.

8 52

1958-1959.

8 53

Card Party, 1959.

8 54

Children's Christmas Party, 1959.

8 55-56

Dinner Dance, 1959.

8 57

Hi-jinks Party, 1959.

8 58

Member's Christmas Party, 1959.

8 59

Charities, 1959-1960.

8 60

Dinner Meetings, 1959-1960.

8 61

Luncheons, 1959-1960.

8 62

1960-1969.

Box Folder

Card Party, 1960-1962.

9 1

Children's Christmas Party, 1960.

9 2-3

Dinner Dance, 1960.

9 4-5

Friendship Fete, 1960.

9 6

Stardust Soiree, 1960.

9 7

Women In Advertising Dinner, 1960.

9 8

Dinner Dance, 1961.

9 9

Sapphire Ball, 1961.

9 10

Children's Christmas Party, 1962.

9 11

Dinner Dance (Prizes), 1962.

9 12

Fountain Frolic, 1962.

9 13-14

Dinner Dance, 1963-1964.

9 15

Dinner Dances (Seating, etc.), 1963-1965.

9 16

Spring Sparkle Dance with Joan Crawford, 1963.

9 17

Miami, 1964.

9 18

Printing Week, 1964.

9 19

World's Flair Dinner Dance, 1964.

9 20-21

Award Dinner Dance, 1965.

9 22

Cocktail Party, 1965.

9 23

Luncheons, 1965.

9 24

Dinner Dance, 1965.

9 25

Social, 1965-1968.

9 26

Women in Advertising Week, 1965.

9 27

Events, 1965-1966.

9 28-29

Children's Country Week, 1966.

9 30

Dinner Dance, 1966.

9 31

Friendship Fete, 1966.

9 32

Golden Anniversary Dinner Dance, 1966.

9 33

Installation, 1966.

9 34

Mother's Day Party, 1966.

9 35

Christmas Party, 1967.

9 36

Cocktail Party, 1967-1968.

9 37-38

Dinner Dance, 1967.

9 39

Luncheons, 1967-1968.

10 1-2

Member's Christmas Party, 1967.

10 3

Events, 1967-1968.

10 4

Dinner Dance, 1968.

10 5

Friendship Fete, 1968.

10 6

Installation Dinner, 1968.

10 7

Member's Christmas Party, 1968.

10 8

Mermaid Ball, Ad-a-go-go Dinner Dance and other events, 1968.

10 9

Mermaid Ball, Ad-a-go-go Dinner Dance and other events, 1968-1969.

10 10

Mother's Day, 1968.

10 11

Printing Week, 1968.

10 12

Events, 1968-1969.

10 13

Christmas Party, 1969.

10 14

Cocktail Parties, 1969.

10 15

Friendship Fete, 1969.

10 16

Harbor Tour Cruise, 1969-1970.

10 17-18

Installation Dinner, 1969.

10 19

Luncheons, 1969.

10 20

Mod Ad'ers Dance-In, 1969.

10 21

Mother's Day Party, 1969.

10 22

Poor Richard Banquet, 1969.

10 23

Printing Week, 1969.

10 24

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women Social, 1969-1970.

10 25

1970-1979.

Box Folder

Cocktail Party: Christmas Party, 1970.

10 26-27

Friendship Fete, 1970.

10 28-29

Friendship Fete, 1970-1971.

10 30

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women Showboat Cruise, 1970.

10 31

Cocktail Party (Hawaiian Festival), 1971-1972.

10 32-33

Graphic Arts Woman of the Year, 1971-1972.

10 34

Installation Dinner, 1971.

10 35

Friendship Fete, 1971.

10 36

Friendship Fete, 1971-1972.

10 37-38

Member's Christmas Party, 1971-1972.

10 39

Printing Week, 1971.

10 40

Spring Gala, 1971-1972.

10 41

Friendship Fete Luncheon, 1972-1973.

10 42

Le Bistro Dinner Dance, 1972-1973.

10 43

Social Events: Installation Dinner, Christmas Party, Poor Richard Club, Dinner Dance, Wednesday Luncheons, 1972-1973.

10 44

Cocktail Party, 1973, 1974.

10 45

Community Day-Salvation Army, 1973.

10 46

Installation Dinners, 1973-1975.

10 47

Member's Christmas Party, 1973-1975.

10 48

Neographics, 1973-1974.

10 49

Speaker's Forum, 1973-1975.

10 50

Wednesday Luncheons, 1973-1974.

10 51

Attendance, 1973-1974.

10 52

Dinner Dance (Bal De Printemps), 1974, 1975.

10 53

Friendship Fete, 1974.

10 54

Franklin Day, 1974, 1975.

10 55

Group Trips, 1974-1975.

10 56

Printing Week, 1974, 1975.

10 57

Testimonial; Hospitality, 1974.

10 58

2nd District Cocktail Party, 1975-1976.

10 59

Friendship Fete, 1975.

10 60

Friendship Fete, 1975-1976.

10 61

Social, 1975-1976.

10 62

Silver Bell Award and Speaker's Bureau (Proposed), 1975-1976.

10 63

Fall Fundraising and Christmas Party, 1976-1977.

10 64

Friendship Fete, 1976-1977.

10 65

Undated.

Box Folder

Events Programs, undated.

10 66

Federation of Women's Clubs Administrative Documents and Records.

Box Folder

1940-1949.

11 1

1953.

11 2

1955-1957.

11 3

1957-1958.

11 4

1957-1959.

11 5

1964-1965.

11 6

1966-1967.

11 7

1967-1968.

11 8

1969.

11 9

1969-1970.

11 10

1970-1971.

11 11

1971-1972.

11 12

Finances.

Box Folder

1934.

11 13

1935.

11 14

1937.

11 15

1938-1943.

11 16

1941.

11 17

1943.

11 18

1944-1946.

11 19

1945-1946.

11 20

1945-1948.

11 21

1947-1949.

11 22

1949.

11 23

1949-1950.

11 24

1952-1953.

11 25

1953-1955.

11 26

1955-1957.

11 27

1956.

11 28

1956-1957.

11 29

1957-1962.

11 30

1957-1958.

11 31-33

1958.

11 34

1958-1959.

11 35-36

1959-1984.

11 37

1963.

11 38

1964.

11 39

1964-1965.

11 40

1965-1966.

11 41

1967-1968.

11 42

1968.

11 43

1969-1970.

11 44-45

1970-1971.

11 46

1971.

11 47

1971-1972.

11 48-50

1972-1973.

11 51

1973-1975.

11 52-54

1975-1976.

11 55

1976.

11 56

1976-1977.

11 57

undated.

11 58

History.

Box Folder

Bi-Centennial and President Nixon, 1969.

11 59

Brochures, undated.

11 60-61

Informational Pamphlets, undated.

11 62-63

Materials Related to Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women's History, undated.

11 64

Materials Related to Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women's History, undated.

12 1

President's Information, 1969-1970.

12 2

Silver Anniversary, 1941.

12 3-4

Twenty Year Charms, information regarding distribution, 1973-1975.

12 5

Twenty Year Pins, information regarding distribution, 1967-1968.

12 6

Twenty Year Pins, information regarding distribution, 1971-1972.

12 7

Twenty Year Pins, information regarding distribution, 1970-1971.

12 8

Twenty Year Pins, information regarding distribution, 1971-1972.

12 9

1969-1970.

12 10-12

Kite and Key Administrative Materials.

Box Folder

1956.

12 13-14

1971.

12 15

Legislative Materials.

Box Folder

1949.

12 16

1970.

12 17-18

1971.

12 19

1971-1972.

12 20

1975-1976.

12 21

Meetings.

Annual Meetings.

Box Folder

1951-1953.

12 22

1956.

12 23

1958.

12 24

1958-1959.

12 25

1960.

12 26

1965.

12 27

1965-1966.

12 28

1966-1967.

12 29

1967-1968.

12 30

1970.

12 31

1971.

12 32

1971-1972.

12 33

1974.

12 34

1975.

12 35

1975-1976.

12 36

Board Meetings.

Box Folder

1965-1966.

12 37

1969-1970.

12 38

1972-1973.

12 39

1973-1975.

12 40

Business Meetings, 1975-1976.

Box
12
Folder
41

Consumer Advisory Council, 1947-1949.

Box
12
Folder
42

Dinner Meetings, 1947-1948.

Box
12
Folder
43-44

Installation Meetings, 1956-1957.

Box
12
Folder
45

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women Meetings-Assorted.

Box Folder

1967-1968.

12 46

1972-1973.

12 47

1973-1975.

12 48

1976-1977.

12 49

Program Meetings, 1940-1944.

Box
12
Folder
50

Membership.

Applications.

Box Folder

1930-1951.

13 1

1956-1957.

13 2

undated.

13 3

Attendance.

Box Folder

1967-1968.

13 4

1969-1970.

13 5

1970.

13 6

Junior Members, 1971-1972.

Box
13
Folder
7

Life Members.

Box Folder

1948.

13 8

1967.

13 9

1973-1975.

13 10

1969-1970.

13 11

New Members.

Box Folder

1952-1955.

13 12

1955.

13 13

Resignations.

Box Folder

1958-1959.

13 14

1973-1975.

13 15

Rosters.

Box Folder

1925.

13 16

1930s.

13 17

1940s.

13 18

1949-1950.

13 19

1950s.

13 20

1955-1956.

13 21

1956-1957.

13 22

1957-1958.

13 23

1959-1960.

13 24

1967-1968.

13 27

1968-1969.

13 26

1976-1977.

13 27

Social.

Box Folder

1955-1956.

13 28

1957-1959.

13 29

1960-1965.

13 30

1967-1968.

13 31

Twenty Year Members, 1969.

Box
13
Folder
32

Years Served.

Box Folder

1932.

13 33

1943-1955.

13 34

1949-1950.

13 35

1952-1956.

13 36

1955-1956.

13 37

1957-1958.

13 38

1958-1959.

13 39-40

1959-1960.

13 41

1961.

13 42

1961-1962.

13 43

1961-1962.

13 44

1962-1963.

13 45

1963-1964.

13 46

1965-1966.

13 47

1966.

13 48

1968-1969.

13 49

1969-1970.

14 1

1971-1972.

14 2

1972-1973.

14 3

1975-1976.

14 4

Collected Membership Materials.

Box Folder

1962.

14 5

1970s.

14 6

Organizational By-Laws and Amendments.

Box Folder

1942-1949.

14 7

1950.

14 8

1960.

14 9

1965.

14 10

1971-1972.

14 11-12

1975-1976.

14 13

Outreach.

Box Folder

Navy Hospital Visits, 1931-1936.

14 14

Homes for the Aged, 1935-1936.

14 15

Sister Kenny Foundation, 1945.

14 16

Special Projects, 1955-1957.

14 17

Community and Public Service, 1975-1976.

14 18

Photographs and Film.

Photographs.

Box Folder

Christmas Party (Harry Hawkins, President of Poor Richard's Club), 1948.

14 19

Fall and Winter, 1969.

14 20

Spring and Summer, 1970.

14 21

Fall and Winter, 1970.

14 22

Spring and Summer, 1971.

14 23

Fall and Winter, 1971.

14 24

Spring and Summer, 1972.

14 25
Oversize

Advertising Class, 1949.

Matted Photograph

Feminine Flying Fleet, Arrival in Washington D.C., 1930.

Framed Photograph
Box Folder

Unidentified, undated.

14 26-30

Unidentified (1 rolled; 4 matted photographs). oversized.

16

Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women Member's Trip, Commentary by Silvia James (film), undated.

14 31

Programs.

Box Folder

1940-1947.

14 32

1950.

14 33

1954-1955.

14 34

1968-1969.

14 35

1969-1970.

14 36-37

1972-1973.

14 38

1973-1975.

14 39

undated.

14 40

Poor Richard Club Materials and Mailings.

Box Folder

1940-1946.

14 41

1962.

14 42

1964.

14 43

1968.

14 44

1969-1970.

14 45

1970-1971.

14 46

1971.

14 47

1971-1972.

14 48-50

1972-1974.

14 51

1972-1973.

14 52

1974.

14 53

1975.

14 54

1976-1977.

14 55

undated.

14 56-57

Publicity.

Box Folder

1940-1941.

14 58

1941-1946.

14 59

1948-1949.

14 60

1950.

14 61

1957-1958.

14 62

1964-1965.

15 1

1966.

15 2

1970.

15 3-5

1970-1971.

15 6

1971.

15 7

1971-1972.

15 8-9

1972-1973.

15 10

1973-1974.

15 11

1973-1975.

15 12-14

1976-1977.

15 15

Reports.

Annual Reports.

Box Folder

1954.

15 16

1960.

15 17

1961-1962.

15 18

1966.

15 19

1967.

15 20

1973-1975.

15 21

Board Meeting Minutes.

Box Folder

1977-1978.

15 22

1979-1982.

15 23

1980-1981.

15 24

1981-1982.

15 25

1982-1983.

15 26

1983-1984.

15 27

Chairman's Report.

Box Folder

1966-1967.

15 28

1971.

15 29

Dinner Meetings.

Box Folder

1979-1980.

15 30

1980-1981.

15 31

1981-1982.

15 32

1982-1983.

15 33

1983-1984.

15 34

Employment Services.

Box Folder

1943.

15 35

Federation Reports.

Box Folder

1973-1975.

15 36

Financial Reports.

Box Folder

1957.

15 37

1958.

15 38

1959.

15 39

1960.

15 40

Hospitality Committee Report.

Box Folder

1965.

15 41

Loyalty Group Insurance Reports.

Box Folder

1947.

15 42

Membership Report.

Box Folder

1967-1968.

15 43

Minutes.

Box Folder

1977-1978.

15 44

1978-1979.

15 45

Power Questionnaires.

Box Folder

1969.

15 46-47

Salvage Publicity Committee Report.

Box Folder

1943.

15 48

Special Investigation and Report compiled by the Business Bourse.

Box Folder

1929-1932.

15 49

Treasurer Report.

Box Folder

1975.

15 50

Bound minutes and committee reports.

Oversize

1922-1929.

1

Volume II, 1929-1934.

2

Volume III, 1934-1938.

3

Volume IV, 1938-1941.

4

Volume V, 1941-1946.

5

Volume VI, 1946-1950.

6

Volume VII, 1950-1953.

7

Volume VIII, 1953-1956.

8

Volume IX, 1956-1958.

9

Volume X, 1958-1960.

10

Volume XI, 1960-1963.

11

Volume XII, 1963-1966.

12

Volume XIII, 1966-1968.

13

1969-1970.

14

1971-1972.

15

1972-1973.

16

1974-1975.

17

1975-1976.

18

1976-1977.

19

Scrapbook and ephemera (including pins), 1928-1929. oversize.

Box
17

Miscellaneous, undated.

Box
15
Folder
51-52