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American Association of University Women (AAUW) Records, Greenville Branch

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This collection is arranged in five series:

Series I: Minutes of the Greenville Branch Board of Directors from 1993-2004. This series in arranged in chronological order.

Series II: Branch Annual files cover the period 1987-2010 and contain correspondence, branch communication, meeting agendas and copies of the S.C. Division’s Palmetto Leaf newsletter.

Series III: Administrative documents includes budgets, bylaws, treasury and membership reports, organizational histories, yearbooks and branch newsletters dating from about 1966-2005. This series is arranged in alphabetical order by material type.

Series IV: Activities, Groups, and Awards consists of papers and reports documenting community events, sponsored activities such as the candidate forums for school board elections, and award materials. Material on the annual arts fair and annual book fair are included. This series is arranged alphabetically by event type.

Series V: Artifacts

Scope and Contents

The records of the Greenville Branch of the AAUW span the years 1966 to 2010, with the bulk of the material dating from 1987-2004. The collection reflects the activities and interests of the branch and its relationship with the National AAUW, the South Carolina State Division, and other area AAUW branches. Official branch documents including annual reports, bylaws, budgets, membership directories, minutes of branch and board of directors meetings, and treasurers reports comprise a substantial portion of the collection. Numerous branch and state newsletters are also included. The educational Foundation Programs (EFP) fellowships and graduate prize awards are also documented. Much material concerned with the arts (cultural interests), community affairs and county government, education, international relations, legislation, program development, various social and economic issues and the status of women is collected here as well. Branch history and social functions are also included.