Annual Reports and Yearbooks, Junior League Of Columbus 1929-1975|
Annual reports and yearbooks of the Junior League of Columbus, Ohio, a women's
volunteer service organization.
|MIC 107 ||
Temperance and Prohibition 1830-1933|
Microfilm edition of papers and publications relating to the temperance and
prohibition movement. Provides a comprehensive documentation for the study of the legal,
social, religious, economic, and political aspects of the temperance and prohibition movement
during the height of its popularity and influence.
Clinton League Memory Books 1912-1953|
Memory books of women's group founded in 1912 to promote child welfare
and later general welfare in Columbus.
Records for Ohio Now 1981-1987|
Office files of state and local chapter operations of the Ohio National Organization for Women, documenting their work for Equal Rights Amendment, pay equity, violence against women, pro-choice legislation, and lesbian rights issues. The May 1984 split of the Capitol City NOW from the Columbus Chapter is documented.
Columbus Urban League ca. 1945-1960|
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, administrative, departmental, executive, financial,
and research records, records of affiliated organizations, and other records.
Temperance and Prohibition ca. 1870-1960|
Remainder of collection, mostly post-1933, not filmed as part of MIC 107.
Includes papers of various temperance and prohibition societies and leaders.
Woman’s State Committee of Ohio Public Welfare, Health, and Education 1944-1974|
Correspondence, minutes, programs, clippings, and 25th
anniversary material, of an organization of women's club leaders.
Topics include prison reform, juvenile institutions, and mental health care.
Altrusa Club of Columbus 1919-1974|
Correspondence, minutes, financial records, recommendations, membership lists,
meeting schedules, programs, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks,
of a professional women's service organization.
Gladys Hamilton Mohler 1916-1963|
Civil leader of Columbus. Annual reports, constitution, convention proceedings,
membership lists, plays, programs, scripts and other institutional records,
of the Junior League of Columbus.
Present Day Club 1896-1975|
Columbus women's topical study group. Records re.
membership, minute books, poems, President's reports, programs, questionnaires,
photographs; and printed material.
Altruian Club of Columbus 1897-1975|
Columbus women's literary and service club. Records include institutional records
(clippings, club histories, constitutions, photographs, programs, sketches of
club presidents, yearbooks, etc.) and printed material.
Women’s Equity Action League 1971-1975|
Institutional and organizational records. Topics include WEAL's work in the areas of
affirmative action, careers for women, divorce reform, employment and education opportunities for
women and the ERA.
Women’s Equity Action League 1868-1974|
Correspondence and papers related to early days of organization.
Hannah Neil Home for Children Inc. 1858-1971|
Columbus women's charitable organization founded in 1868 to serve the needs of homeless children.
Minutes, financial records, register, reports, rosters and other records concerning the home and
Junior League of Columbus, Inc. 1926- 1975|
Columbus, Ohio, chapter of a women's volunteer service organization designed to
foster interest among its members in community affairs. Columbus Junior League Board minutes,
Junior League Topics, program files, scrapbooks, etc.
Delia Thompson 1884-1887|
Columbus Women's Christian Temperance
Union missionary, 1884-1888 and founder of the Sunday school that grew into the Union Grove
Baptist Church of Columbus. Missionary reports.
West Side and Ohio Avenue Day Care Centers 1897-1971|
Columbus nurseries for the children of working mothers. Annual reports,
Board of Trustee minutes, constitutions, correspondence files, financial records,
histories of day nurseries, photographs, programs, scrapbooks, etc.
Florence Crittenton Services of Columbus 1908-1940|
Columbus service organization that provided shelter and care for unmarried mothers and
their children. Institutional records.
Big Sister Association,
Constitution; by-laws; minutes; committee,
supervisors' and field workers' reports.
Columbus Federation of Women’s Clubs 1898-1976|
Records includes club minutes, financial accounts, directories, yearbooks, programs and subscription lists.
National Organization for Women, Ohio 1972-1982|
Ohio chapter of the National Organization for Women, campaign for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment in Ohio; headquarters in Columbus.
Women’s Action Collective 1972-1974|
Working files, by-laws, minutes, newsletters and financial records of a group at OSU formed to experiment in creating task force groups of women working on action projects in the community.
Clinton League, Columbus 1912-1968|
Women's group founded in 1912 to promote child welfare and later general welfare in Columbus. Minutes, financial records and scattered correspondence.
Ohio Girls Club of Washington, D.C. 1918-1982|
Social club organized in 1918 and disbanded in 1982. Notebooks kept by club historians containing correspondence, minutes, financial reports and newspaper clippings; notebooks of the club's Welfare Committee and newsletter "Buckeye Briefs."
Research Club 1897-1966|
Women's club founded in 1897. Correspondence, yearbooks and constitutions of the club and pamphlets collected by that club. Mostly minute books and yearbooks.
Daughters of the American Colonists, Ohio Society 1935-1949|
Material on the society and eighteen of its local chapters: minutes, correspondence, bulletins, reports of the state historian and yearbooks. Of note is an index of colonial services of American patriots in Ohio.
Columbus Woman’s Club 1918-1991|
Formed in 1918; club's records consist of minutes, financial records, yearbooks and publications, including several issues of the club's newsletter "Club Echoes" and the newsletter of the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs.
Columbus Female Benevolent Society 1808-1981|
Collection consists of administrative and financial records of the Columbus Female Benevolent Society and its Deshler-Hunter and Kate Deshler Hunter trust funds.
Women’s Centennial Association of Washington County, Ohio 1888-1957
Records of the association, founded in Nov. 1886 to help celebrate the centennial of
Marietta and the Northwest Ordinance. The collection consists of constitutions, minute books,
a treasurer's book, scrapbooks, yearbooks, programs, and miscellaneous correspondence and notes
documenting the association’s interest in Washington County's history.
Ohio Federation of Women’s Club 1912-1986|
Minutes, correspondence, reports, project records, conference programs.
Women Against Rape 1972-1991|
Minutes, reports, subject files, publications, conference materials, speeches.
Ohio Alpha Delta Kappa 1956-1988|
Three notebooks of the sorority's executive board and council, regional and international meeting minutes. Statewide service organization composed of Ohio women.
Reserve Officers Association Ladies 1950-1980|
Correspondence, minutes, photographs, scrapbooks of activities of group.
Stonewall Union 1981-1992|
Newsletters, brochures, fliers, news releases,
and publications produced by the lesbian and gay community in Columbus and the gay rights organization,
Records of the Female Benevolent Society,Columbus, Ohio |
Sketch of the work of the Female Benevolent Society of Columbus also
called the Woman's Work of Charity in Columbus, Ohio, organized
January 5, 1835.
Frances Elizabeth Willard Papers 1864 - 1873
Letters, 1864 and 1873, of Frances E. Willard, Evanston, Ill., relating
mostly to publishing articles in "The Ladies' Repository," Cincinnati, O.
Mrs. R. Conrad Papers 1874 - 1878
Letters, Feb. 23, 1874, and Aug. 1, 1878, from Mrs. R. Conrad,
Philadelphia, Pa., to Mattie Stewart, Springfield, (O.), dealing with the
temperance movement in Springfield and Dayton, O.
Catherine Fay Ewing Papers Jan. 1 - Sept. 12, 1866
Typed copy of the diary, Jan. 1-Sept. 12, 1866 of Catherine Fay Ewing
telling of her work in the Washington County (Ohio) Children's Home.
Records of the Zanesville Federation of Women's Clubs 1925 - 1939
Organization records including a 1925 Constitution; meeting minutes
1938-1939, and the Call and Program for the 41st annual convention of
the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs (1937.)
Elizabeth Margaret Chandler Papers ca. 1880
Typescript of "Missionary Journeys In the Interest of the Cause -- In the
Lecture Field," an account of the life of E.M. Chandler, writer, abolitionist
Records of the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs 1929 - 1938
Radio talks sponsored by OFWC, the majority on station WLW in
Cincinnati, and organized by OFWC radio chairman Mrs. Myers Y.
Cooper. Themes include patriotism, social awareness, civic
responsibilities, history, and women. Also contains poetry readings,
program schedules, and scattered letters.
Mrs. J. L. Boardman Papers January 31, 1874
Summons and notice to Boardman et al., that W.H.H. Dunn and David
Johnson have filed an injunction against their demonstrations in front of
Dunn's drug store. Pertains to the temperance movement and beginning of
the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Hillsboro, Ohio.
Francis Ensign Fuller Papers April 22, 1912
Letter from Fuller, State Headquarters, Ohio W. C. T. U. (Woman's Christian Temperance Union),
Madison, O., to Comrades, re. support of
campaign for woman suffrage vote organized through local "unions."
Envelope addressed to Laura P. York, Good Hope, Fayette Co., O.
Minute Book of the Women's Christian Temperance Union,
Minutes of meetings of the Maplewood, Ohio Women's Christian
Temperance Union. Includes lists of readings, elected officers, and
attendance record, 1915 - 1921.
Minute Book of the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs 1909 - 1915
Minute book of the executive board of the Ohio Federation of Women's
Clubs includes minutes of annual conventions and meetings.
"Over the Sea" by Sarah Clinton Perkins 1895
"Over the sea, journal for John C. Pearson of Cooperstown, New York
U.S.A., kept by Mrs. Sarah Clinton Perkins, June 4, 1895" records her
ocean voyage from New York to London for the world's Women's
Christian Temperance Union convention. Also describes travels through
Switzerland and France, and her return home to Cleveland, Ohio.
Scrapbook of Eliza Jane Trimble Thompson 1816 - 1905
Scrapbook of Eliza Jane Trimble Thompson (1816-1905), also known as
"Mother Thompson," includes letters, pictures, pamphlets, and news
clippings of the Woman's Temperance Union movement.
Literary Club, Urbana, Ohio 1895
Group portrait of female members of the Literary Club standing in front of
the home of Seely Wood.
Leading Abolitionists from Ripley, Ohio ca. 1910
Photographs of key figures of the Underground Railroad, including
Lindsay Jackson, M.M. Murphy, Chambers Legget, and Aunt Polly
Jackson. Also photographs of the dedication of a landing monument to the
heroes of the Underground Railroad and a parade down Main Street.
Prohibition and Whiskey Crusade 1873 - [193-]
Views of prohibition and the whiskey crusade, including sketches of
crusading women of New Vienna, Ohio, "Van Pelt's Surrender" and picket
scenes in Mount Vernon.
Photographs, illustrations and postcards documenting the Temperance
Crusade of 1873-1874, which began in Hillsboro, Ohio.
Woman's Christian Temperance Union 1873 - 1912
Photographs documenting members and activities of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union (W.C.T.U.) including the Temperance
Crusade of 1873-1874, which began in Hillsboro, Ohio and (W.C.T.U.)
postcards with temperance messages.
Eliza Jane Trimble "Mother" Thompson c. 1900s
Photographs of Eliza Jane Trimble "Mother" Thompson, national and local leader of the Temperance
Temperance Crusade 1873-1874
Stereographs of temperance crusaders in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, by Fred S. Crowell.
Columbus Junior League, "Columbus Discovers" 1973|
Cassette tapes of panel interviews conducted to provide background for the 50th
Commemorative Publication of the Columbus Junior League.
Godman Guild ca. 1900-1950|
Views of the Flytown neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio, social welfare programs sponsored by the Godman Guild such as community gardens, domestic education and summer camps for children.
Temperance and Prohibition (unprocessed)|
Collection of photographs of the temperance and prohibition movement during the height of its popularity and influence. Included are various temperance and prohibition societies and leaders.
Gladden Community House ca. 1930-1970|
Activities provided by the settlement house for people living near west side area of Columbus, Ohio,
including baby care, neighborhood clean-up projects, citizenship classes, and Peach Blow Camp.
Daughters of America, National Council ca. 1920-1950|
Group meetings, individual portraits, historic photographs of famous people.
Junior League (unprocessed)
Photographs of the Columbus, Ohio, chapter of a women’s
volunteer service organization designed to foster interest among its members in community affairs.
Clinton League 1912-1968|
Photographs of women’s group founded in 1912
to promote child welfare and later general welfare in Columbus.
Junior League (unprocessed) ca. 1970-1979|
Transparencies of Ohio politicians,
the 1959 Flood, the Citizen-Journal, landmarks, Nixon and Reagan’s visits to Columbus,
miscellaneous sites and events in Columbus.
A History of the Ohio Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, 1874-1920 by Francis Myron Whitaker. 1971.
Memories of the Crusade
by Mrs. Eliza Daniel Stewart. 1889.
Lighting the Way: the Woman’s City Club of Cincinnati, 1915-1965 by Andrea Tuttle Kornbluh. 1986.
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Women’s Culture and Urban Culture: Cincinnati Benevolent Women’s
Activities and the Invention of the "New Woman," 1815-1895 by Carol Jean Blum. 1987.
Bulletin of the Ohio League of Women Voters
Proceedings of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, Ohio State Chapter, Annual Convention
|367.9177178 C49 ||
The Cincinnati Woman’s Club: Historical Sketch in Honor of the
75thAnniversary of the Founding of the Club: 1894-1969 by Margaret H. Pease. 1969.
|367.9771815 M744 ||
Monday Club History: A Century of Achievements. 2000.
|369.1 D265p ||
Proceedings of Annual Session of the State Council of Ohio, Daughters of America. ca. 189_.
|374.2 Oh 3 ||
History of the Ohio Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1894-1994 edited by Annie Laws. 1925.
|396.06 C49 ||
Cincinnati Clubwoman’s Register.Ca. 1938
|396.06 C168y ||
The Yearbook of the Canton’s Woman’s Club.
|396.06 C492h ||
Historical Sketch in Honor of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Cincinnati Woman’s Club,
|396.06 D337y ||
Yearbook of the Dayton’s Woman’s Club
|396.06 Oh4b ||
The Buckeye by Ohio Federation of Women’s Clubs.
|396.06 Oh4d ||
Directory of Ohio Federation of Women’s Club
|396.06 Oh4o ||
Official Report of the Annual Convention of Ohio Federation of Women’s Club
|396.06 Sa84c ||
Looking Backward: Written by Request of Saturday Club by Ida M. Cahoon. 1910.
|PA Box 52 17 ||
Annual Report. Women's Exchange of Columbus.
|PA Box 108 14 ||
Constitution, By-laws and Rules and Regulations of the Home for Aged Women, Salem, Ohio,
With the Terms of Admission and Discharge, 1903.
|PA Box 441 64 ||
Miss Georgia Hopley: journalist, special commissioner to examine
the conditions under which Ohio women work in factories, 1901.
|PA Box 29 1 ||
The Ohio Council of Church Women; A history, 1924-1951.
|PA Box 52 4 ||
Official Directory: City Federation of Women’s Club (Columbus, Ohio)|
|PA Box 152 13 ||
Official Directory: Akron and Summit County Federation of Women’s Club
|PA Box 152, 1 ||
Annual Report of the Managers of the Widows' Home, and Asylum for Aged Women
|PA Box 172 20 ||
Directory of the Women's Clubs of Cleveland.
|PA Box 242, 3 ||
Annual Convention Program of Ohio Federation of Women’s Clubs
|PA Box 440 1 ||
Pride in the Past; Promise for the Future, 1920-1970
|PA Box 468 18 ||
Constitution, Revised 1925 of Zanesville Federation of Women’s Clubs
|PA Box 592 3 ||
Young Women's League of Dayton Record
|PA Box 622 33 ||
The Cincinnati Woman's Club: Historical Sketch of the Last Thirty-nine Years, in Honor
of the Sixty-fourth Anniversary of the Founding of the Club, 1894-1958