Zelda K. Boulanger papers, 1931-2006  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Boulanger, Zelda K.
Title
Zelda K. Boulanger papers
Dates
1931-2006 (inclusive)
Quantity
10.98 cubic feet (15 boxes)
Collection Number
6204 (Accession No. 6204-001)
Summary
Papers of Zelda Boulanger, many documents related to her work with the Washington State chapters of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and the Siwanu Toastmistress Club of Seattle.
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

No restrictions on access.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Zelda Kurt Boulanger served with numerous organization dedicated to women’s rights and professional development in the Seattle area. Boulanger was born on June 4, 1916, in South Fork, North Dakota. After graduating from high school, she worked in civil service in Nome, Alaska. She married Ernest Boulanger in Nome on January 27, 1940, and the couple moved to the Seattle area in 1942. They had two children, Coralee Stephenson and Michael Boulanger. Zelda and Ernest were business partners with the Smith Brothers as owners of Smith Tractor in Fife, Washington.

Boulanger was the founding president of the Seattle Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), which was organized in 1970. Boulanger was also a founding member and president of the Siwanu Chapter of International Toastmistress Club (ITC) and served as Northwest Regional Supervisor and International Director for ITC. She was a board member for the Traveler’s Aid Society, the Women’s Division of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, and the Seattle Handicapped Club. Boulanger served as president of the Past President’s Assembly and the Seattle/King County Civil Defense’s Welfare Coordinator for South King County. She was a founding member of the Highline Chapter of the Business and Professional Women’s Club and the Angle Lake Shore Club. Boulanger was also involved with The Presidents’ Forum, the Federal Way Athletic Club, Santa Fair, Inc., Epsilon Sigma Alpha, the United Service Organizations’ Military Lounge, the International Reading Association, the Council on Aging, and the National Association of Parliamentarians.

Boulanger was listed as one of the 150 "Most Influential People in Seattle/King County History" in a 2001 Seattle Times article. In 1974, she was asked to take Representative Paul Barden’s seat in the Washington State legislature after his election to the Seattle City Council; she declined. Boulanger was one of the first eleven women that the Civil Air Defense selected to visit missile bases throughout the United States and Mexico, as well as one of the first women to visit the base at Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Boulanger died on March 20, 2012, in Tacoma, Washington.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Materials related to the life of Zelda K. Boulanger. A sizable portion of these documents relate to her work in Washington chapters of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and the Siwanu Toastmistress Club of Seattle.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Creator's copyrights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Series 1:  PersonalReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Politics
1971-2001
1/2
Seattle Area Events
1946-1979
1/3
Correspondence
1953-1963
1/4
Correspondence
1964-1979
1/5
Correspondence
1980-1995
Box
12
Ephemera: One button pin from John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign, reading "Kennedy" and "COPE" in white on a red and blue border, with a black and white picture of Kennedy in the center.
1 inch in diameter.
1960
12
Ephemera: Brass whistle with keychain
4 inches long
undated
14
Gold trophy in the shape of a cup with a marble base
3 by 2 by 4 inches
undated

Series 2:  Angle Lake Shore ClubReturn to Top

The Angle Lake Shore Club was a social club for families who lived around Angle Lake near SeaTac, Washington. The club was founded in 1948, and the Boulangers were founding members.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/6
Administration
1948-1949
1/7
Membership Ledger Book
1949-1959

Series 3:  Council on AgingReturn to Top

The Seattle Area Council on Aging (now Area Agency on Aging for Seattle and King County) was formed in 1973. The organization coordinates and advocates for services and resources that benefit older adults, people with disabilities, and caretakers in the Seattle area.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/8
Administration
1955-1976

Series 4:  Epsilon Sigma AlphaReturn to Top

Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) is a community organization supporting educational and service programs. It was founded in 1929 by Adelia Prichard, a national president of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. The Washington State Council of ESA was established in 1934.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/9
Member Handbook
1984-1985
1/10
Conferences
1983
1/11
Workshops
1984

Series 5:  Federal Way Athletic ClubReturn to Top

The Federal Way Athletic Club was established in 1965 in Federal Way, Washington. It was part of the larger Federal Shopping Way complex, developed by John Raymond Cissna in 1955 and expanded in 1965. The athletic club provided recreational programming for individuals and families in the area.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/12
Articles of Incorporation
1965-1966
1/13
Membership
1966-1967
1/14
Finances
1966
1/15
Correspondence
1967
1/16
Meeting Materials
1967
1/17
Events
1967
1/18
News Articles
1965-1967

Series 6:  Highline Business and Professional Women's ClubReturn to Top

The Highline Business and Professional Women's Club was chartered in 1952, with Zelda Boulanger as a charter member. The chapter, which served the south Seattle area, was part of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, which was founded by Doctor Lena Madesin Phillips in 1919.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/19
Bylaws and Amendments
1936-1975
1/20
Guidelines and Rules
1978
1/21
Membership
1956-1980
1/22
Yearbooks
1931-1980
1/23
Correspondence
1955-1979
1/24
Meeting Materials
1967-1981
1/25
Workshop Materials
1950-1964
1/26
Workshop Materials (continued)
1950-1964
1/27
Events
1952-1977
1/28
Events: Annual Woman of Achievement Award
1953-1980
1/29
Speeches and Notes
1975
1/30
Highline Highlights Bulletin Newsletter
1962-1979
Box
14
Gold tropy in the shape of a winged woman raising a cup on a wooden base.
Measures 5 by 4 by 15 inches.
A plaque on the front reads "National Business Women's Week Award: B.P.W. Clubs of Seattle" and plaques on the sides and rear name winners and their clubs from 1954 to 1969.
1954-1969

Series 7:  International Toastmistress ClubReturn to Top

International Toastmistress Clubs was founded in 1938 by Ernestine White and provided its members with training in public speaking. The organization was renamed International Training in Communication in 1985, and in 2007 its name changed again to POWERtalk International. The Siwanu Chapter was founded in 1952 and was one of several Toastmistress clubs in the Seattle area. The international organization was divided into geographic regions, and the Northwest Region included clubs in northern California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and British Columbia. Regions were further subdivided into councils, and the Seattle clubs comprised Council One of the Northwest Region.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/31
Bylaws and Resolutions: Siwanu Chapter
1957-1974
1/32
Bylaws and Resolutions: Northwest Region
1953-1979
1/33
Bylaws and Resolutions: International
1946-1960
1/34
Bylaws and Resolutions: International
1960-1970
1/35
Bylaws and Resolutions: International
1971-1973
1/36
Bylaws and Resolutions: International
1974-1977
1/37
Bylaws and Resolutions: International
1979-1981
1/38
Bylaws and Resolutions: International
1983-1985
1/39
Annual Reports
1947-1974
1/40
Membership: Siwanu Chapter
1950-1973
1/41
Membership: Northwest Region
1941-1976
2/1
Membership: Northwest Region Yearbooks
1955-1962
2/2
Membership: Northwest Region Yearbooks
1964-1969
2/3
Membership: Northwest Region Yearbooks
1970-1984
2/4
Membership: International
1944-1951
2/5
Membership: International
1944-1951
2/6
Orientation
1966-1972
2/7
Orientation
1966-1972
2/8
Orientation
1975
2/9
Handbooks
1955-1970
2/10
Handbooks: Regional Council
1958-1979
2/11
Handbooks: Regional Council
1958-1979
2/12
Handbooks: New Clubs
1952-1976
2/13
Handbooks: Recommended Program for Improvements
1964
2/14
Roles: Club President
1969-1972
2/15
Roles: Club Treasurer
1955-1983
2/16
Roles: Club Timer
1960-1970
2/17
Roles: Club Public Relations Chair
1968
2/18
Roles: Club Parliamentarian
1956-1976
2/19
Roles: Club Parliamentarian
1956-1976
2/20
Roles: Other Club Officer Positions
1955-1977
2/21
Officers: Siwanu Chapter
1948-1971
2/22
Officers: Northwest Region
1947-1971
2/23
Officers: International
1947-1984
2/24
Officers: International
1946-1985
2/25
Budget and Finances
1946-1985
2/26
Budget and Finances
1946-1985
3/1
Supplies and Donation Forms
1964-1986
3/2
International Training in Communication
1985-1986
3/3
Correspondence: Zelda Boulanger, Outgoing
1955-1963
3/4
Correspondence: Zelda Boulanger, Outgoing
1964-1965
3/5
Correspondence: Zelda Boulanger, Outgoing
1966-1977
3/6
Correspondence: Zelda Boulanger, Incoming
1953-1960
3/7
Correspondence: Zelda Boulanger, Incoming
1961-1967
3/8
Correspondence: Zelda Boulanger, Incoming
1968-1987
3/9
Correspondence: First Vancouver Chapter
1949-1952
3/10
Correspondence: Council Twelve
1964-1965
3/11
Correspondence: Northwest Region
1944-1947
3/12
Correspondence: Northwest Region
1948-1950
3/13
Correspondence: Northwest Region
1951-1956
3/14
Correspondence: Northwest Region
1957-1962
3/15
Correspondence: Northwest Region
1963-1974
3/16
Correspondence: Northwest Region
1975-1995
3/17
Correspondence: International Mailings
1955-1985
3/18
Meeting Materials
1947-1956
3/19
Meeting Materials
1957-1961
3/20
Meeting Materials
1962-1963
3/21
Meeting Materials
1964-1967
3/22
Meeting Materials
1967-1970
3/23
Meeting Materials
1971-1973
3/24
Meeting Materials
1974-1979
3/25
Meeting Materials
1980
3/26
Meeting Materials: Table Topics
1959-1971
3/27
Northwest Regional Conference, Victoria, B.C.
1956
3/28
Northwest Regional Conferences
1957-1959
3/29
Northwest Regional Conference, Bellingham, Washington
1959
3/30
Northwest Regional Conference, Tacoma, Washington
1960
3/31
Northwest Regional Conferences
1961-1964
3/32
Northwest Regional Conference, Tacoma, Washington
1965
3/33
Northwest Regional Conferences
1966-1981
4/1
International Conventions
1941-1963
4/2
International Conventions
1964-1973
4/3
International Convention, Albequerque, New Mexico
1973
4/4
International Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii
1974
4/5
International Conventions
1975-1985
4/6
Workshop Materials
1947-1956
4/7
Workshop Materials
1957-1961
4/8
Workshop Materials
1962-1975
4/9
Workshop Materials: Action Course on Practical Politics
1962-1975
4/10
Workshop Materials: Public Relations
1962-1975
4/11
Workshop Materials: Evaluation
1962-1975
4/12
Workshop Materials: Speeches
1962-1975
4/13
Workshop Materials: Personal Development
1962-1975
4/14
Workshop Materials: Introduction to Toastmistress
1962-1975
4/15
Workshop Materials: Writing Examples
1962-1975
4/16
Workshop Materials: Lexicology
1962-1975
4/17
Workshop Materials: Program Planning
1962-1975
4/18
Workshop Materials: Program Planning
1962-1975
4/19
Speech Contest
1955-1964
4/20
Speech Contest
1965-1976
4/21
Speech Contest
1976-1984
4/22
Club of the Year Contest
1956
4/23
Events
1939-1970
4/24
Events
1971-1984
4/25
Speeches and Notes
1952-1970
4/26
Speeches and Notes (continued)
1952-1970
4/27
Newsletters: Leads for Leaders
1962-1965
4/28
Newsletters: Educational Features
1983
4/29
Newsletters: Educational Features
1983
4/30
Newsletters: Northwest Regional Bulletin
1955-1964
4/31
Newsletters: Northwest Regional Bulletin
1965-1982
4/32
Newsletters: Northwest Region, Council 1
1955-1979
4/33
Newsletters: Northwest Region, Council 2
1950
4/34
Newsletters: Northwest Region, Council 5
1964-1965
4/35
Newsletters: Northwest Region, Council 6
1955-1956
4/36
Newsletters: Northwest Region, Council 7
1956
4/37
Newsletters: Northwest Region, Council 10
1968-1973
4/38
Newsletters: Northwest Region, Council 13
1961
4/39
Newsletters: Siwanu Chapter
1960-1979
4/40
Newsletters: Winnipeg Chapter
1948
4/41
Newsletters: Tele-Wa-Wa Chapter
1956
4/42
Newsletters: Boe-Air Chaper
1956
5/1
Promotional Brochures
1949-1983
5/2
Songs
1959
5/3
Newsclippings
1941-1974
5/4
Olympic Toastmistress Club Publicity Scrapbook
1948-1949
5/5
Toastmistress of the Year Scrapbook
1956
5/6
Toastmistress of the Year Scrapbook (continued)
1956
5/7
Toastmistress of the Year Scrapbook (continued)
1956
5/8
Bellingham Conference Scrapbook
1959
5/9
Tacoma Conference Scrapbook
1960
5/10
Siwanu Chapter Scrapbook
1963-1964
5/11
Awards and Certificates
1948-1979
5/12
Conference Programs
1959-1967
Box
9
Ephemera: Handmade Programs for Events
1946-1970
10
Ephemera: Handmade Programs for Events
1970-1984
11
Ephemera: Guest Book: Christmas Party
1976
11
Ephemera: Guest Book: General Meetings
1954-1976
11
Ephemera: Booklet of Meeting Notes
undated
11
Ephemera: Assorted ribbons, some with nametags attached
undated
11
Ephemera: Plexiglass sheet with International Toastmistress Club logo
6 inches by 7 inches
undated
12
Ephemera: Armed Services YMCA Claim Check and Key to Siwanu Box
undated
12
Ephemera: Two button pins with "Reporter" painted in blue on a white background
3.5 inches in diameter
undated
12
Ephemera: One button pin reading "Ask Me About Toastmistress Clubs" in black on a yelllow background
2.5 inches in diameter
undated
12
Ephemera: Assorted nametags
undated
12
Ephemera: Mask made of construction paper with two palm fronds attached, each painted with a palm tree and reading "Maui TM Club Hawaii" on verso
undated
13
Scrapbook: Evangeline Starr for Toastmistress of the Year
1959-1960
14
Ceramic figurine of an open book reading "'Toastmistress Lights the Way' Northwest Regional Conference Seattle 1956"
3 by 1.75 by 0.5 inches
1956
14
Ceramic figurine of an open book reading "'Toastmistress Lights the Way' Northwest Regional Conference Seattle 1956"
6 by 3.5 by 1 inches
1956
14
Gold trophy in the shape of a cup with a wooden base. Trophy reads "Siwanue Speech Contest" and plaques on the base list winners from 1959 to 1979.
Measures 4.5 by 4.5 by 8.5 inches.
1959-1979

Series 8:  International Reading AssociationReturn to Top

The International Reading Association (now the International Literacy Association) is a professional organization, founded in 1956, which publishes materials dedicated to improving literacy.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/13
Annual Convention in Seattle, Washington
1967

Series 9:  National Association of ParlimentariansReturn to Top

The National Association of Parliamentarians, founded in 1930, is an organization that promotes the study and use of parliamentary procedure in meetings to ensure efficiency in the democratic process.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/14
Administration
1961-1986
5/15
Handbooks
1955-1967

Series 10:  National Organization for WomenReturn to Top

The National Organization for Women (NOW) was founded in 1966 by Betty Friedan and other activists for women's rights. The organization is dedicated to securing equal rights for women in America. The Seattle Chapter of NOW was chartered on May 8, 1970, as the 36th chapter in the United States. In addition to the chapter's first president Zelda Boulanger, the thirteen founding members included Judge Evangeline Starr, Esther Campbell, Constance Hoffman, Patricia Artz, Charlene Callahan, Mary Underwood, Joy Belle Conrad-Rice, Claire Gorman, Margaret Coster, Martha Westen, and Mary Pool. The Seattle chapter of NOW lobbied local politicians for equal rights legislation, gave speeches promoting gender equality to other community organizations, and advocated for women who had experienced discrimination as a result of their gender.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/16
Bylaws and Resolutions
1967-1981
5/17
Membership
1970-1979
5/18
Membership (continued)
1970-1979
5/19
Leadership
1963-1972
5/20
Finances
1970
5/21
Incoming Correspondence
1967-1970
5/22
Incoming Correspondence (continued)
1971-1972
5/23
Outgoing Correspondence (continued)
1966-1969
5/24
Outgoing Correspondence (continued)
1970
5/25
Outgoing Correspondence (continued)
1971
5/26
Outgoing Correspondence (continued)
1972
5/27
Meeting Materials
1963-1974
5/28
Events
1970-1996
5/29
Conferences
1967-1985
5/30
Educational Programming
1951-1965
5/31
Educational Programming (continued)
1966-1970
5/32
Educational Programming (continued)
1966-1970
6/1
Speeches and Notes
1970
6/2
Speeches and Notes (continued)
1971-1972
6/3
Newsletters
1968-1977
6/4
Newsletters (continued)
1979-1997
6/5
Newspaper Clippings
1970-1972
6/6
Press Releases
1970-1995
6/7
Promotional Materials
1970-1972
6/8
Mary DeAbreu Manuscript on Seattle Women's Rights Movement
2000

Series 11:  The President's ForumReturn to Top

The Presidents' Forum was a Seattle-area group comprised of the current presidents of women's organizations in the region. The forum was organized in 1934, and it provided educational programming on organizational administration.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
6/9
Bylaws and Amendments
1939-1981
6/10
Yearbooks
1937-1971
6/11
Yearbooks
1972-1987
6/12
Yearbooks
1988-2002
6/13
Membership
1974-1987
6/14
Budget
1973-1976
6/15
Correspondence
1966-2001
6/16
Meeting Materials
1958-1976
6/17
Meeting Materials (continued)
1977-2000
6/18
Events
1972-1997

Series 12:  Past Presidents' AssemblyReturn to Top

The Past Presidents' Assembly was organized in 1945 and was comprised of the past presidents of Seattle-area women's organizations. It provided a forum for these women to work for the advancement of women and serve the community. Zelda Boulanger served as president of the Past Presidents' Assembly from 1983-1985.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
6/19
Bylaws and Amendments
1945-2004
6/20
Annual Reports
1959-1976
6/21
Annual Reports (continued)
1977-1990
6/22
Budget and Finances
1959-1969
6/23
Budget and Finances (continued)
1970-1975
6/24
Budget and Finances (continued)
1976-1979
6/25
Budget and Finances (continued)
1980-1983
6/26
Budget and Finances (continued)
1984-1990
6/27
Annual Scholarship
1957-1986
6/28
Leadership
1959-1991
6/29
Membership
1947-1970
6/30
Membership (continued)
1971-1976
6/31
Membership (continued)
1978-1981
6/32
Membership (continued)
1981-1985
6/33
Membership (continued)
1986-1999
6/34
Yearbooks
1945-2005
6/35
Yearbooks (continued)
1945-2005
6/36
Yearbooks (continued)
1945-2005
7/1
Member Biographies
1975-1995
7/2
Member Biographies (continued)
1975-1995
7/3
Member Biographies (continued)
1975-1995
7/4
Correspondence
1947-1972
7/5
Correspondence (continued)
1973-2002
7/6
Meeting Materials
1959-1969
7/7
Meeting Materials (continued)
1970-1981
7/8
Meeting Materials (continued)
1982
7/9
Meeting Materials (continued)
1983-1998
7/10
Meeting Materials (continued)
1999-2006
7/11
Events
1948-1980
7/12
Events (continued)
1981
7/13
Events (continued)
1982-1994
7/14
Events (continued)
1995-2000
7/15
Newsletters
1960-2002
7/16
Press Releases
1971-1995
7/17
Newsclippings
1951-1973
7/18-21
Scrapbook
1973-1978
Box
12
Ephemera: stamp with Past President's Assembly logo
0.5 by 1 by 1 inches
undated
12
Ephemera: Stamp reading "Presented by Past President's Assembly, Inc."
2 by 1.5 by 1 inches
undated

Series 13:  Santa FairReturn to Top

Santa Fair was a year-round amusement park located on the grounds of the Federal Shopping Way in Federal Way, Washington. Like the shopping center itself, Santa Fair was developed by John Raymond Cissna. Santa Fair operated from the mid-1950s until the early 1980s. The amusement park included roller coasters, carnival rides, the Old World Square (a replica of a medieval European town), the Magic City Theater, the Muckleshoot Mission, and the Space Fair.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
7/22
Meeting Materials
1962-1963
7/23
Operating Permits
1962
7/24
Accident Reports
1961-1963
7/25
Health and Safety Guidelines
1961-1963
7/26
Budget and Finance
1961-1963
7/27
Correspondence
1962-1967
7/28
Exhibition Design
1961
7/29
Interpretive Scripts
1963
7/30
Little League Baseball
1963
7/31
Bowling League
1966-1967
7/32
Employee Rosters
1963
7/33
Training Materials
1963
7/34
Contracts
1962-1963
7/35
Equipment Manuals
1961-1963
7/36
Equipment Manuals
1961-1963
7/37
Vendor Advertisements
1961-1693
7/38
Promotional Materials
1961
8/1
Newspaper Clippings
1961-1963
8/2
Newspaper Clippings
1961-1963
8/3
Newspaper Clippings
1961-1963

Series 14:  Seattle Handicapped ClubReturn to Top

The Seattle Handicapped Club was a community organization, active between 1940 and 1975 that provided recreational opportunities for the city's disabled residents and advocated for increased accessibility. The club was instrumental in the creation of Center Park for the Handicapped, a public housing project constructed between 1963 and 1969 which was designed to meet the needs of physically disabled residents so that they could live independently.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/4
Club Materials
1966-1975
8/5
Center Park for the Handicapped
1973

Series 15:  Seattle-King County Civil DefenseReturn to Top

Seattle/King County Civil Defense was a program run by the City of Seattle's Department of Public Safety in the mid-twentieth century. It coordinated municipal efforts to provide shelter in the event of a nuclear attack. Boulanger served as the Welfare Coordinator for South King County for the Civil Defense program.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/6
Administration
1953-1988

Series 16:  Traveler's Aid SocietyReturn to Top

Travelers Aid Society is an international organization, founded in 1851, that provides funding and assistance for travelers and indigent populations. The Seattle chapter was founded in 1921, and it also served as an adoption agency after 1974. Boulanger was a board member during the 1970s and 1980s.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/7
Bylaws and Resolutions
1970-1985
8/8
Leadership
1969-1988
8/9
Budget and Finances
1977-1982
8/10
Budget and Finances (continued)
1983-1985
8/11
Budget and Finances (continued)
1986-1987
8/12
United Way Funding Reports
1978-1983
8/13
United Way Funding Reports
1984-1987
8/14
Operating Reports
1981-1984
8/15
Planning Reports
1981-1983
8/16
Planning Reports (continued)
1983-1985
8/17
Correspondence
1979-1988
8/18
Meeting Materials
1971-1981
8/19
Meeting Materials (continued)
1982
8/20
Meeting Materials (continued)
1983
8/21
Meeting Materials (continued)
1984
8/22
Meeting Materials (continued)
1985-1988
8/23
Events
1960-1987
8/24
Newsletters
1984-1987

Series 17:  United Service Organization Military LoungeReturn to Top

The United Service Organization Military Lounge is a service at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport provided by an alliance of service organizations. The lounge provides services for traveling members of the military.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/25
Monthly Reports
1972-1976
8/26
Monthly Reports (continued)
1976-1977
8/27
Correspondence
1958-1974
8/28
Events
1972-1976

Series 18:  Women's Division of the Seattle Chamber of CommerceReturn to Top

The Women's Division of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce provided educational programming through the "Know Your Seattle" program and the Speaker's Bureau program. The Chamber of Commerce also published reports on women's organizations in Seattle and lobbied for business-friendly legislation.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/29
Bylaws and Resolutions
1967-1968
8/30
Annual Reports
1964-1975
8/31
Research Publications
1963-1975
8/32
Research Publications (continued)
1963-1975
8/33
Lobbying Materials
1963-1980
8/34
Membership
1965-1968
8/35
Correspondence
1960-1980
8/36
Meeting Materials
1965-1969
8/37
"Know Your Seattle" Speaker Series
1965-1967
8/38
Events
1966-1974
8/39
Newsletters
1959-1975
8/40
Seattle Business Magazine
1966
8/41
Seattle Business Magazine (continued)
1967-1968
8/42
Seattle Business Magazine (continued)
1971-1973
8/43
Seattle Business Magazine (continued)
1974-1975
8/44
Seattle Business Magazine (continued)
1976

Series 19:  PhotographsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
15/1
Personal
1972-1986
15/2
Personal
undated
15/3
Highline Business and Professional Women's Club
1965
15/4
International Toastmistress Club
undated
15/5
International Toastmistress Club
1942-1990
15/6
International Toastmistress Club Negatives
undated
15/7
National Organization for Women
undated
15/8
Past President's Assembly
1983-1985
15/9
Santa Fair
undated
15/10
United Service Organization Military Lounge
undated
Box
12
Box containing 70 slides
undated

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Feminism--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Feminists--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Personal Names :
  • Boulanger, Zelda K.--Archives
  • Corporate Names :
  • National Organization for Women. Seattle Chapter