Guide to the Scottie Frasier Study Club Records, 1977-2003

Record Group 025

Date processed:  09/26/2003

Processed By: M. Olliff & T. Bernath

Extent:  7 file folders

Organizational History:   The Scottie Frasier Study Club began as the "Young Woman's Study Club" at a luncheon organized by Mrs. Scottie (Dr. Alfred) Frasier on Jan. 15, 1930.   Mrs. Boo (Jim) Spann served as first president.  In 1946, this club created a "daughter club" for younger women to which it passed along its name, the "Young Woman's Study Club."  The older group then adopted the name "Scottie Frasier Study Club" in honor of its founder.

At a tea in the home of Mrs. William Evans  April 5, 1968,  the 1946 club passed the name "Young Woman's Literary Club" to a "granddaughter club," then renamed itself the Women's Literary Club.

On May 6, 1988, at a brunch hosted by Mrs. Charles Chapman, the 1968 club spawned a fourth generation of the Young Woman's Study Club.  It then reconstituted itself as the "Joy Holman Study Club" in honor of a recently deceased  (Joy Holman died on Aug. 13, 1987) charter member.

Scope / Content     Collection contains various club histories and newspaper clippings; yearbooks/programs (1976-2001); correspondence (ca. 1995-2003); information on presentations (ca. 1995-98); hand-written minutes Oct. 6, 1992 thru May 1, 2001; photographs 2001-2002.

Access:  Pending Donor Agreement, 9-26-03

INVENTORY 

File I.D.   File Label

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030519

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001

Correspondence, 1995-2003

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030519

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002

History & News Clippings

025

030519

001

003

Minutes of Meetings, October 6, 1992 - May 2, 1995

025

030519

001

004

Minutes of Meetings, October 3, 1995 - May 1, 2001

025

030519

001

005

Photographs, 2001-2002

025

030519

001

006

Presentations, 1997-2001

025

030519

001

007

Annual Programs, 1976/77 - 2000/01

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