Women--Societies and clubs
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
The Association for Women in Communications, founded at the University of Washington as Theta Sigma Phi in 1909, is an organization of student and professional women in journalism, broadcasting, and media. This collection contains the records of eleven student chapters formed in colleges across Iowa and the United states, between 1910 and 1977.
This collection (1946-2001, undated) includes meeting minutes, correspondence, annual membership directories, membership handbooks, and records from parties and events sponsored by the Agricultural Engineering Women’s Club.
This collection (1942-1990) contains correspondence, surveys, reports, newsletters, agendas, and printed materials regarding Trahanovsky’s work at Iowa State University. The papers also include materials regarding her involvement with the American Chemical Society, Iota Sigma Pi, Science Bound, and other professional organizations.