Records, 1913-1980 (inclusive).

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Woman's National Farm and Garden Association (U.S.). Records, 1913-1980 (inclusive).

Records, 1913-1980 (inclusive).

Contains constitutions, bylaws, financial records, annual reports, minutes, agendas, correspondence, membership lists, histories, photos, scrapbooks, publications, and other records of the Association. Includes records of the executive, advisory, personnel, education, and international committees, and of local divisions; annual reports of state divisions; papers of the various presidents; material on fellowhips; and records about Grace E. Frysinger, the Woman's Land Army, the Associated Country Women of the World, and its U.S. Liaison Committee, which in 1954 was renamed the Country Women's Council U.S.A.

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Ware, Charlotte Clement Barrell.

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Country Women's Council of America.

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Vosler, Earl, Mrs.

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Bailey, Henry Turner, 1865-1931

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Tyson, Sarah Bradley.

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King, Louisa Yeomans, 1863-

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The Association was founded in 1914 to promote agricultural and horticultural interests among women throughout the country. From the description of Records, 1913-1980 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122561671 ...

Woman's National Farm and Garden Association

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Woman's Land Army of America.

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Associated Country Women of the World.

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