Women -- New Mexico -- Societies and Clubs
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The collection consists of the original charter of the Klio Club, an Albuquerque charitable organization, dated May 8, 1895.
Identifier: AC 424-p
Identifier: AC 438
Identifier: AC 163
Scope and Content The New Mexico Federation of Women Clubs [NMFWC] is part of the national organization General Federation of Women's Clubs [GFWC], which supervises state chapters. The regional and local chapters, in turn, reported to the NMFWC. The chapters function under the auspices of the NMFWC, and are largely subject to their constitutions, by-laws and governing principles. In Santa Fe, the club was originally called Woman's Board of Trade and Library Association.
Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Dates: 1958 - 2017
Abstract The collection consists of photographs taken at a meeting of the New Mexico Women's Political Caucus.
Identifier: AC 274-p
Scope and Content Constitution of the Club consists of six articles and the by-laws of ten articles.
Abstract Photographs of officers and members of the Woman's Club of Albuquerque taken approximately 1955-1985. There are individual and group portraits and an interior and exterior view of the club building.
Abstract This collection contains the records of the Woman's Club of Albuquerque from its founding in 1903 until 2010. Included are financial records, minutes of meetings of the executive board, general club membership, and writers department. A large portion of the collection is the Club's scrapbooks detailing its work and community involvement through the years.