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Everglades Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution records - 1909-1973

  • HMA0213
  • Collection
  • 1909-1973

Records document the community projects and social activities of the Everglades Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution in the Miami area.

Two journals and some loose papers records the activities of the group including the charter, and lists of  members, officers and committees. Although minutes are not included, important motions that were tabled are noted, 1915-1932,

Daughters of the American Revolution

Herstory Committee records - 2003-2006

  • 04/
  • Collection
  • 2003-2006

The records contain biographical data and notes pertaining to the achievements and contributions made by notable women in various professional fields in the South Florida community. They consist mostly of nomination forms, photographs, resumes, newspaper clippings, articles and other supporting documents used to produce the book, Beyond Julia's Daughters.

Herstory Committee

Herstory Records - 1974-1981

  • 1987-079
  • Collection
  • 1974-1981

Organizational records, including reports, correspondence, bylaws, financial statements, and minutes of Herstory of Florida. Biographical research for the books Julia's Daughters and Beyond Julia's Daughters on women's history of South Florida.

Herstory Committee

Jewish Women of Achievement oral history interviews - 1970-1985

  • 04/
  • Collection
  • 1970-1985 (predominant: (bulk 1984-1985))

Interviews of Jewish women in Dade County, Florida. Narrators relate their career accomplishments and their role in the Jewish community. Narrators are: Bertha Abess, Mollie Brilliant, Lois Dobrin, Judy Drucker, Myra Farr, Adele Faske, Audrey Finkelstein, Goldie Goldstein, Rose Gordon, Ruth Greenfield, Rhea P. Grossman, Hannah Kahn, Marcia Kanner, Helen Kohen, Bertha Claire Lee, Sylvia Levin, Malvina Liebman, Nancy Lipoff, Sadie Rosenblum, Sandy Rubinstein, Marilyn Segal, Ruth Shack, Edith Irma Siegel, Mollie Silverman, Lily Stone, Marilyn Smith, Bette Tomar Taicher, and Claire Weintraub (interviewed in 1970).

Abess, Bertha

Miami Junior Women's Club records - 1941-1982

  • HMA0172
  • Collection
  • 1941-1982 (predominant: (bulk 1943-1964))

Clippings, brochures, photographic prints, programs and other memorabilia relate to the activities of the Miami Junior Women's Club and its members. Mostly arranged on loose scrapbook leaves, The bulk of the material dates from 1943 to the early 1960s.

Miami Junior Women's Club (Miami, Fla.)

Miami Women's Panhellenic Association scrapbooks - 1919-1969

  • HMA0209
  • Collection
  • 1919-1969

News clippings, photographic prints, programs, members' handbooks and other memorabilia record the activities of the Women's Panhellenic Association of Miami. There is a list of past presidents on the  flyleaf of the 1941-1944 scrapbook. The 1953-1969 scrapbook has retirement notices and funeral eulogy for Mary B. Merritt, longtime historian for the Association. Miss Merritt was Dean of Women at the University of Miami from 1926-1955.

Women's Panhellenic Association of Miami, Fla

Zonta Club records - 1937-1987

  • HMA0338
  • Collection
  • 1937-1987

Clippings, photographic prints, programs, awards and other memorabilia document the history and activities of this service club for business and professional women. Material provides information on careers of women in the Miami area, as well as on individuals who were members of the club.

Zonta Club of Greater Miami