West Georgia College Faculty Wives Club records
Scope and Contents note
This collection contains membership lists, scrapbooks, and yearbooks of the West Georgia College Faculty Wives Club.
- West Georgia College Faculty Wives Club (Organization)
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Open to all users; no restrictions
Conditions Governing Use note
Rights have been transferred to the University of West Georgia.
The West Georgia College Faculty Wives Club began in 1960 as a voluntary social organization with the goal of fostering relationships among the wives of the faculty and administrative staff at WGC. The club met once a week and organized special interest groups which met on different days. These groups included swing dancing, scrabble, bridge, needlework, reading club, and meeting for coffee. The name of the organization changed in 1977 to the Faculty Womens Club and in 1985 the club was disbanded.
1.21 Linear feet (1 box and 3 scrapbooks)
Materials of the West Georgia College Faculty Wives Club, a voluntary social organization lasting from 1960 to 1985.
Arranged alphabetically by file title. Scrapbooks are arranged chronologically.
Immediate Source of Acquisition note
The scrapbooks were donated by Charles Wilson some time before 2006. The additional materials were donated by Mrs. James Matthews in November 2011.
Processing Information note
Processed by Blynne Olivieri and Candice Larson in 2015
- Guide to the West Georgia College Faculty Wives Club records MS-0057
- Finding aid prepared by Written by Candice Larson
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- Description is in English