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Special Collections, SC#111, Joplin Business and Professional Women's Club
Collection Number: SC#111
Joplin Business and Professional Women's Club Collection
The National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Club was founded on July 16, 1919, in Kentucky by Lena Madesin Phillips. The Joplin chapter of the club was organized on March 18, 1929. This collection encompasses the documents of the Joplin Business and Professional Women's Club from the 1940s through the 2010s. The collection includes correspondence, scrapbooks, financial information, event documents, member information, club rules and standards, meeting notes, music, event scripts/programs, pamphlets, award information and information about the work the club did in the community.
Scope and Content
9 boxes primarily of documents, 1 scrapbook
Joplin Business and Professional Women's Club
Joplin Business and Professional Women's Club Exhibit Link
In the Summer of 2021 the HIST 483: Archival Collections & Methods class at Missouri Southern State University worked this collection and each student created an exhibit for a portion of the collection. View the exhibit at the link below!