Table of Contents
Collection Overview +/-
Collection Inventory +/-
box 1: Utah Federation Histories (1923-1954)
Arranged chronologically by state presidential administration, each volume in boxes 1-4 contains written yearly histories, annual reports, and a variety of supplemental information.
box 2: Utah Federation Histories (1954-1965)
box 3: Utah Federation Histories (1965-1970)
box 4: Utah Federation Histories (1970-1975)
box 5: Minute Books (1923-1950)
The minutes in boxes 5-8 are from a variety of state functions and include programs, notices, and bulletins.
box 6: Minute Books (1950-1964)
box 7: Minute Books (1964-1971)
box 8: Minute Books (1934-1978)
box 9: General Materials (1923-1978)
volume 1-2: A History of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.
folder 1-8: Summaries of Federation Histories (1923-1975)
folder 9-18: Summaries of Federation Minute Books (1923-1974)
folder 19: Minutes of District Meetings (1934-1978)
folder 20: Records Reports
folder 21: Correspondence (1975)
box 10: Programs, Rosters, and Press Book (1923-1975)
box 11: Magazines and Newsletters (1933-1974)
box 12: Club Bulletins (1926-1980)
folder 1-2: Brigham City Club (1960s)
folder 3: Ensign Club (1977)
folder 4: Logan Club (1926-1966)
folder 5: Midvale Club (1950)
folder 6: Nephi Club (1928-1929)
folder 7: Ogden Club (1927)
folder 8-9: Provo Club (1930-1970)
folder 10-12: Salt Lake City Club (1936-1976)
folder 13-23: Sugar House Club (1968-1980)
folder 24: Vernal Club (1969-1975)
folder 25-26: International Federation (1973-1979)
box 13: Status of Women (1946-1973)
volume 1: "Utah Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs Commission Report on the Status of Women" (1946-1973)
folder 1: "Utah Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs Commission Report on the Status of Women"
This folder contains the table of contents for the above bound volume.
folder 2: "Women's Opportunities and Responsibilities" (1947)
folder 3: The Economic Strength of Business and Professional Women (1954)
folder 4: The Many Lives of North Carolina Women (1964)
folder 5: Report on Progress in 1965 on the Status of Women (1965)
folder 6: Progress and Prospects (1965)
folder 7: Handbook on Women Workers (1965)
folder 8: Targets for Action (1966)
folder 9: Women in Utah (1966)
folder 10: Laws Governing Eligibility of Women for Jury Service (1966)
folder 11: Negro Women in the Population and in the Labor Force (1967)
box 14: Rheumatic Fever Project and Writings
volume 1: Rheumatic Fever Project (1948-1967)
Volume of materials including minutes, reports, resolutions, correspondence, fact sheets, correspondence, and pamphlets.
folder 1: Report and Recommendations of the Utah Legislative Council, 1949-1951 (1950)
folder 2: "What Organized Labor Expects of Management" and "What Management Expects of Organized Labor" (1955)
folder 3: State of Utah Labor Laws Including Employment of Women and Minors (1961)
folder 4: "Illegitimacy and Public Welfare in Utah" (1967)
folder 5: "18th Annual Utah High Schools Model United Nations" (1972)
box 15: Scrapbooks
box 16: Scrapbooks (1941-1971)
box 17: Scrapbooks (1930-1950)
box 18: Scrapbooks (1950-1958)
box 19: Scrapbooks (1958-1974)
box 20: Scrapbooks (1965-1966)
box 21: Minute Books
box 22: Minute Book and Scrapbook
Biographical Note/Historical Note +/-
Utah's first Business and Professional Women's Club was organized in Salt Lake City in 1913 and gained national recognition as a federation in 1923. Members of the federation have helped preserve Cove Fort and the Old State House in Fillmore, helped defeat the discriminatory "Working Wives Bill," supported the United Service Organization, worked on labor-law reform, and allied themselves with the country's youth through various activities, among many other things.
Content Description +/-
The Utah Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs records (1923-1980) consist of histories, minutes, correspondence, clippings, publications, newsletters, reports, and other papers concerning this Utah women's club.
Collection Use +/-
Restrictions on Access:
Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
Restrictions on Use:
It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.
Permission to publish material from the Utah Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs records must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator.
Initial Citation: Utah Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs records, Ms 221, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Following Citations:Ms 221.
Administrative Information +/-
Processed by Marlene Lewis in 1980.
Utah Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs
Collection materials are in English.
circa 8 linear feet
Language of the Finding Aid:
Finding aid encoded in English in Latin script.
Author of the Finding Aid:
Finding aid prepared by Marlene Lewis
EAD Creation Date:
Please see the original register, located in the Special Collections reading room, for a more detailed description of the collection.