National Federation of Republican Women. --Republican Party (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Women-Idaho-Ada County-Societies and clubs. --Clubs-Idaho-Boise. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
Scrapbook of club activities (1938-1970); correspondence, articles and programs relating to the 1966 G.O.P. State Assembly; material regarding the National Federation of Republican Women; newspaper clippings dealing with Republican Party social...
Women-Idaho-Biography-Sources. --Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Altrusa Club (Boise, Idaho).
Questionaires, clippings, financial and membership records, publications, scrapbooks, slides, and manuscript draft for the Altrusa Club's compilation of abbreviated biographies of Idaho women, published in 1979.
Correspondence, subject files, reports, minutes, financial records, membership information, and state and national American Association of University Women (AAUW) publications. Also includes one foot of records from the Wallace Chapter of the AAUW.
American Association of University Women. Boise Chapter. --Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs.
Constitution, by-laws, and minutes of meetings (1909-1963); scrapbooks of organization activities (1939-1988); yearbooks; history of the organization, 1909-1938; membership information; photographs; and memorabilia.
Boise Flying Club. Alice Allebaugh is in center wearing goggles on forehead. Fred Kopke is pictured at extreme left holding chain of cub bear that Russ Owen had flown to Boise from Wyoming. The aircraft pictured was an American Eagle. Ivan Nelson...
Staff of the Y.M.C.A. dock canteen at St. Nazaire, France in April, 1919. (Grace Gallet was born on May 23, 1893 in Pocatello, Idaho. After World War I, Grace was chosen by the General Federation of Women�s Clubs to be sent to France to do war...
Neighbors of Woodcraft. --Woman's Relief Corps. --Daughters of Rebekah (Idaho) --Women-Idaho-Boise-Societies and clubs. --Julia Davis Park (Boise, Idaho)
Correspondence, scrapbooks, and memorabilia relating to the activities of Ella Mae D'Amant as a member of Neighbors of Woodcraft, the Rebekahs, Women's Relief Corps, and other social and civic organizations.