African American women -- Colorado -- Denver -- Societies and clubs.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of manuscript items, ephemera, scrapbooks, published works, correspondence, organization items, and photographs. The items were created by members of Alpha Kappa Alpha and the organization itself. They cover Alpha Kappa Alpha as a national organization, the Epsilon Nu Omega Chapter, and the creation of the Mu Omega Omega Chapter. There are also more specific boxes relating to members who were involved in the organization.
Collection contains awards, photographs, and ephemera related to Scott's involvement with various service organizations.
Photo album of events of the Bronze Daughters of America from 1951-1965.
1.5 linear feet of organizational records, flyers, clippings, and programs from 1976 to 2015. Also contains research on African American history from 1900s to 1930s. One AVBox of Coterie VHS tapes and DVDs from 1996 to 2015. One PhotoBox of color photographs and negatives of Coterie meetings and events from the 1980s through 2015. One OVBox containing an award from 2017.
Contains materials related to Delta Sigma Theta: a scrapbook, convention programs, a bag, folder and envelope from national conventions. Material related to the Delta Mother's and Patron's Club (auxiliary of Denver Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta) includes: a scrapbook, photo albums, awards, minutes, yearbooks, programs, guest books, club song, newspaper clippings, stationary and biographical information about past presidents.
The collection consists of plaques and award certificates from Eva Ray Allen's participation with clubs and organizations in Colorado and Texas between 1964 to 2002.
Collection contains material related to Ford's work with the Elks Club, correspondence, event programs, photographs, sheet music, church programs and newsletters, newspaper clippings, appointment books, address book, yearbooks, report and small bible.
Ceramic plaque; photographs of Convention of Colorado State Federation of Colorado Women (1914), graduation class, White Elephants (African American baseball team), Zion Baptist Church.
Purple umbrella; club history compiled by Clementine Pigford; Colorado Association of Colored Women's Clubs convention program; book marks; list of city clubs; business card.
Collection contains bBrochures, programs, certificates, photographs, newspaper clippings, and greeting cards document the activities of the Pond Lily Art and Literary Club from 1947-1951.