American Association of University Women. Missoula Branch Records, 1903-2005  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
American Association of University Women. Missoula Branch
Title
American Association of University Women. Missoula Branch Records
Dates
1903-2005 (inclusive)
Quantity
9.5 linear feet
Collection Number
Mss 162 (collection)
Summary
The Missoula branch of the AAUW has included women staff, faculty, and graduates since its inception in about 1903. The collection contains such items as original minutes, scrapbooks and the personal correspondence of past presidents.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana--Missoula.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for initial encoding of this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

In 1909, eleven women of the Missoula area founded the first Montana branch of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae. The Association of Collegiate Alumnae existed independently until 1921, at which time it merged with the South Association of College Women to form the American Association of University Women (AAUW). With service and scholarship as the foundation of its agenda, the AAUW has been an active women's club for over one hundred years. The AAUW is committed to fostering the development and maintenance of educational opportunities for women and children. It works to broaden leadership opportunities for women and promote academic endeavors. The organization divides its interests into six major categories: education, fellowship, economic and legal status of women, international relations, social studies and the arts.

The Missoula AAUW branch has included in its membership female graduates from such colleges and universities as Stanford, Wellesley, Mount Holyoke and Oberlin. It highlights women connected with the University of Montana staff and faculty, such as Mrs. K.W. Jameson, Ph.D. holder and Dean of Women for the University of Montana in 1918, and Mrs. C.V. Duniway, former Missoula branch president and wife of Clyde Duniway, UM's president from 1908-1912. Prominent Missoula Branch members include Montana representative Jeannette Rankin, as well as many of Missoula's first female newspaper reporters. The branch was an active part of Missoula's academic and community life. The club worked to advance the Missoula public school system and supported legislation to increase funding for Missoula libraries and later Missoula's Gifted and Talented program. The fellowship program has provided many scholarships for both local and foreign women to attend the University of Montana. Missoula's AAUW has also participated in such national events as the 1931 Montana-White House Conference on Child Health and Protection and the 1975 Third Public Affairs Forum. AAUW continues to exist on a local level, statewide, nationally and internationally.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection contains such items as original minutes, scrapbooks and the personal correspondence of past presidents. Included in the service series are letters to Montana senators and representatives concerning state and national legislation. The collection also contains AAUW bicentennial and centennial history, biographies of honorees and membership lists. A photo collection is included.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright not transferred to The University of Montana.

Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number], American Association of University Women Missoula Branch Records, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana--Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Constitution and Bylaws , pre-1945-2005Return to Top

0.25 linear feet

This series contains original constitutions and bylaws of the Missoula Branch of the Association of collegiate Alumnae and the American Association of University Women. Included in this series are propositions for and discussion concerning amendment.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Association Of Collegiate Alumnae
undated
1/2
Missoula Branch
pre-1945
1/3
Missoula Branch
1950-1971
15/1
Constitution and By-laws
1971-1985
15/2
Constitution and By-laws
1985-2005

Series II:  Membership , 1903-2005Return to Top

1.5 linear feet

Memberships lists, often in the form of membership yearbooks, make up the bulk of this series. Also included are requirements for membership, membership application cards, descriptions of officer's duties and brief biographies of various club honorees.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/4
Membership
1903-1917
1/5
Membership
1919
1/6
Membership
1929-1932
1/7
Membership
1935-1937
1/8
Membership
1938-1947
1/9
Membership
1971-1984
15/3
Membership
1960-1980
15/4
Membership
1981-1990
15/5
Membership
1992-2002
15/6
Membership: Member Profiles A-F
1961-1982
15/7
Membership: Member Profiles G-Z
1959-1982
1/10
Application forms
pre-1928
1/11
Membership yearbooks
1928-1946
1/12
Membership Yearbooks
1949-1960
1/13
Membership Yearbooks
1961-1972
15/8
Membership Yearbooks
1936-1941, 1943-1944, 1946-1950
15/9
Membership Yearbooks
1950-1952, 1953-1960
15/10
Membership Yearbooks
1960-1969
15/11
Membership Yearbooks
1969-1973, 1974-1979
15/12
Membership Yearbooks
1979-1986
16/1
Membership Yearbooks
1986-1994
16/2
Membership Yearbooks
1994-2002
16/3
Membership Yearbooks
2003-2005
1/14
Requirements for membership
1929-1933, 1961
1/15
Duties of Branch officers
undated
16/4
Membership: Officer Job Descriptions
undated
1/16
Biographies of honorees
1941-1984
1/17
Biographies of honorees
1989
16/5
Membership Honorees, 50 Year Honorary Life Membership
1985-1986
16/6
Membership Honorees, Named Gifts
1980-1993
Box
OS21
Membership Cards, Miscellaneous, unfoldered
undated

Series III:  Minutes , 1919-2005Return to Top

0.75 linear feet

This series is a collection of original minutes from the Missoula Branch of the AAUW and the executive board of the Missoula Branch. In some cases, the dates of the minutes are intermittent

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/18
General Meeting Minutes
1909-1913
1/19
General Meeting Minutes
1917-1918
2/1
General Meeting Minutes
1919-1924
2/2
General Meeting Minutes
1926
2/3
General Meeting Minutes
1927
2/4
General Meeting Minutes
1928
2/5
General Meeting Minutes
1929-1930
2/6
General Meeting Minutes
1931
2/7
General Meeting Minutes
1932-1933
2/8
General Meeting Minutes
1934
2/9
General Meeting Minutes
1935
2/10
General Meeting Minutes
1938
2/11
General Meeting Minutes
1939
2/12
General Meeting Minutes
1940
2/13
General Meeting Minutes
1941
2/14
General Meeting Minutes
1942
2/15
General Meeting Minutes
1943
2/16
General Meeting Minutes
1944
2/17
General Meeting Minutes
1945
2/18
General Meeting Minutes
1946
2/19
General Meeting Minutes
1947
2/20
General Meeting Minutes
1948
2/21
General Meeting Minutes
1949
2/22
General Meeting Minutes
1950-1951
2/23
General Meeting Minutes
1952
2/24
General Meeting Minutes
1953
2/25
General Meeting Minutes
1954
2/26
General Meeting Minutes
1955
2/27
General Meeting Minutes
1956
2/28
General Meeting Minutes
1957
2/29
General Meeting Minutes
1958
2/30
General Meeting Minutes
1959
2/31
General Meeting Minutes
1960
2/32
General Meeting Minutes
1961
2/33
General Meeting Minutes
1962
2/34
General Meeting Minutes
1963
2/35
General Meeting Minutes
1964
2/36
General Meeting Minutes
1965
2/37
General Meeting Minutes
1966
2/38
General Meeting Minutes
1967
2/39
General Meeting Minutes
1968
2/40
General Meeting Minutes
1969
2/41
General Meeting Minutes
1970
2/42
General Meeting Minutes
1971
2/43
General Meeting Minutes
1972
2/44
General Meeting Minutes
1973
2/45
General Meeting Minutes
1974
2/46
General Meeting Minutes
1975
2/47
General Meeting Minutes
1976
2/48
General Meeting Minutes
1977
2/49
General Meeting Minutes
1978
3/1
General Meeting Minutes
1979
3/2
General Meeting Minutes
1980
3/3
General Meeting Minutes
1981
3/4
General Meeting Minutes
1982
3/5
General Meeting Minutes
1982
16/7
General Meeting Minutes
1983-1995
16/8
General Meeting Minutes
1996-1998
16/9
General Meeting Minutes
1999-2000
16/10
General Meeting Minutes
2001-2002
16/11
General Meeting Minutes
2003-2005
3/6
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1938-1945
3/7
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1952-1960
3/8
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1956-1960
3/9
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1961-1966
3/10
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1967-1971
3/11
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1972-1975
3/12
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1976-1979
3/13
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1980-1981
3/14
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1982
16/12
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
1986-1999
16/13
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
2000-2002
16/14
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
2003-2005

Series IV:  Financial Information , 1915-2005Return to Top

0.25 linear feet

Reports from the treasury, financial statements and financial proposals are included in this series. The series contains passed and proposed budgets, as well as receipts of financial contracts.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3/15
1915-1919
3/16
1923-1925
3/17
1928-1940
3/18
1940-1982 (intermittent)
16/15
1970-1996
16/16
1996-2005

Series V:  General Correspondence , pre-1924-2004Return to Top

0.3 linear feet

The series includes the correspondence of Missoula AAUW presidents and secretaries, as well as other club officers and members. The letters contain discussion of club activities, as well as personal correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4/1
pre-1924
4/2
President Mrs. Hutchens
1928
4/3
President Mrs. Hutchens
1929-April 1930
4/4
President Mrs. Smith
May 1930-April 1932
4/5
President Mrs. Line
April 1932-Oct. 1934
4/6
President Mrs. Merrill
Oct. 1935-Oct. 1938
4/7
President Mrs. Oakes
Sept. 1934-May 1935
4/8
President Mrs. Jesse
Feb.-April 1938
4/9
President Mrs. Merriam
Sept. 1938-May 1939
4/10
President Mrs. Gottenberg
Sept. 1940-Jan. 1942
4/11
President Mrs. Connell
May 1942-Dec. 1943
4/12
President Mrs. Wilson
May 1945-April 1948
4/13
Correspondence
1951-1963
4/14
Correspondence
1962-1982 (intermittent)
17/1
Correspondence
1960s
17/2
Correspondence
1970s
17/3
Correspondence
1980s
17/4
Correspondence
1990s
17/5
Correspondence
2000s
17/6
Correspondence
undated

Series VI:  Reports , pre-1931-2003Return to Top

0.4 linear feet

A collection of annual reports, found in this series, highlights the major activities of the club in the preceding year. This series also includes committee reports on the arts program, children and education, the economic and legal state of women, international relations and social studies. These reports provide such information as projects, proposals, goals, accomplishments and committee membership.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/1
General Reports
pre-1931
5/2
General Reports
1932-1937
5/3
General Reports
1942-1974, (intermittent)
17/7
General Reports
1957-2003
5/4
Annual Reports
1909-1921
5/5
Annual Reports
1928-1936
5/6
Annual Reports
1937-1941
5/7
Annual Reports
1942-1946
17/8
President's Reports
1947-1960
17/9
President's Reports
1962-1972
17/10
President's Reports
1973-1998
5/8
Arts Program Reports
1939-1947
17/11
Arts Program Reports
1948-1972 (intermittent)
5/9
Children and Education Reports
1919-1931
5/10
Children and Education Reports
1927-1930
5/11
Children and Education Reports
1930-1934
5/12
Children and Education Reports
1934-1940
5/13
Children and Education Reports
1934-1940
5/14
Children and Education Reports
1942-1946, 1959-1965
17/12
Children and Education Reports
1947-1972
17/13
Environment Concerns Reports
1970-1972
5/15
International Relations Reports
1928-1946
17/14
International Relations Reports
1947-1972
5/16
Legislation Reports
1928-1937
5/17
Legislation Reports
1937-1939
5/18
Legislation Reports
1939-1947
17/15
Legislation Reports
1948-1972
5/19
Social Studies Reports
1935-1945, 1948
17/16
Social and Economic Issues Reports
1947-1972
17/17
Mass Media Reports
1958-1959, 1962-1963
17/18
Status of Women Reports
1947-1972

Series VII:  Service Projects , 1919-2004Return to Top

1.5 linear feet

Documents concerning a number of AAUW service projects are included in this series. Such projects include the AAUW book sale, the fellowship program and the student loan fund. Pamphlets and documents pertaining to the AAUW war effort during WWI and WWII make up a large part of the collection. Of special interest is a collection of letters to politicians concerning state and national legislation. This series also includes projects documenting AAUW's participation in a variety of education programs.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/21
Arts
1928
6/1
Arts
1935-1952
5/20
Book Sale
1959-1984
6/2
Child Labor
1915-1932
6/3
Council of Federated Social Services
1931
6/4
Fellowship Program
1925-1988
6/5
Fight Inflation Program
1941-1946
6/6
Gifted and Talented Program
1981
6/7
Libraries
pre-1942
6/8
Literature Survey
1941
6/9
Political Lobbying
1919-1981
6/10
Public Schools
1934-1945
6/11
Study of the American Family
1939
7/1
War Effort
pre-1942
7/2
War Effort
1944-1948
7/3
War Effort, AAUW pamphlets
undated
17/19
AAUW Week
1982-1987
17/20
Beef Raffle
1977
17/21
Book Sale
1986-1989
17/22
Book Sale
1990-1995
17/23
Book Sale
1995-1999
17/24
Book Sale
2000-2001
18/1
Book Sales, Newspaper Clippings
1977-1992
18/2
Book Sale
1992–1994
18/3
Day Care
1965–1969
18/4
Educational Foundation (Women and Education)
1976-2004
18/5
ERA
1971–1982
18/6
Fair Booth
1976
18/7
Kindergarten Program
1965–1973
18/8
Legal Advocacy Fund
1993–1998
18/9
Legislative Programs
1970–1982
18/10
Montana AAUW Essay Contests
1982-1998
18/11
Montana AAUW Essay Contests
undated
18/12
New Zealand Exchange Program
1982–1984
18/13
Public Information Awards competition
1984
18/14
Scholarships
1974-1987
18/15
Scholarships
1998–2004
18/16
Student Loan Fund
1922-1967
18/17
Student Loan Fund
1935-1938
18/18
Student Loan Fund
1938-1940
18/19
Student Loan Fund
1941
18/20
Student Loan Fund
1942
18/21
Student Loan Fund
1943
18/22
Study Groups
1980–2004
18/23
Survey on Post-Secondary Education
1974
18/24
Voter Education Campaigns
1995-1998
18/25
Women Prisoners Speak Out: Writings from Warm Springs
1995
18/26
Youth Guidance Center
1964–1966

Series VIII:  Special Events , 1926-2004Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

The bulk of this series contains programs, platforms and other information relating to AAUW conventions. Also included are documents pertaining to the 1931 Montana-White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, the 1975 Third Public Affairs Forum, and other special club events.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
7/4
AAUW Conventions
1926-1931
7/5
AAUW Conventions
1932-1934
7/6
AAUW Conventions
1936
7/7
AAUW Conventions
1940-1946
7/8
AAUW Conventions
1947-1948
7/9
AAUW Conventions
1958-1960
7/10
AAUW Conventions
1963-1972
7/11
Montana-White House Conference on Child Health and Protection
1931
7/12
Third Public Affairs Forum
1975
7/13
Other Special Events
1931-1946
7/14
Other Special Events
1949-1969, (intermittent)
7/15
Other Special Events
1974-1986
19/1
AAUW Sponsored Lectures
1987
19/2
Candidates Forums
1981 – 1982
19/3
Hate Crimes Roundtable
1994
19/4
Montana and the Rest of the World, Public Affairs Forum 3
February 1975

Series IX:  AAUW History , 1889-1994Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

This series includes some annual, decade and centennial publications describing AAUW history from its inception in the late nineteen-century. Although it focuses on local Missoula history, the series also contains some state and national history as well. This series also includes the AAUW publication, A History of the Montana American Association of University Women: 1926-1994 by Doris C. Davies.

This series is arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/1
1889-1989
8/2
1989
19/5
AAUW History
1970-1979
19/6
AAUW History
1980-1986
19/7
AAUW History
1987-1990
19/8
AAUW History
1994
19/9
AAUW History
undated

Series X:  Printed Material , pre-1928-2005Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

Newsletters and pamphlets from the Missoula Branch make up most of the Printed Material series. Also included are handbooks, guidelines and various other types of printed documents.

This series is divided into newsletters, pamphlets and other printed material. It is then arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/3
Newsletters
pre-May 1939
8/4
Newsletters
1960-1969
8/5
Newsletters
1971-1972
8/6
Newsletters
1977-1982
19/10
Newsletters
1959-1965
19/11
Newsletters
1978-1979
19/12
Newsletters
1980-1982
19/13
Newsletters
1983-1985
19/14
Newsletters
1986-1989
19/1
Newsletters
1990-1992
19/2
Newsletters
1993-1994
19/3
Newsletters
1995-1996
19/4
Newsletters
1997-1999
19/5
Newsletters
2000-2003
19/6
Newsletters
2004-2005
8/7
AAUW pamphlets
1930-1985
8/8
AAUW printed material
circa 1928-1960
8/9
AAUW printed material, Montana manual
1963-1988
19/7
AAUW Printed Material, "A Wilderness"
undated
19/8
AAUW Printed Material, "Sound and Sense"
1986-1988
19/9
AAUW Printed Material, "Sound and Sense"
1991-1996

Series XI:  Photographs , 1939-1986Return to Top

0.25 linear feet

The photo collection contains photographs of various club gatherings of the Missoula Branch and Montana Division of the AAUW. Many photos were taken during the Montana State Conference of 1958. Although the photographs range from 1939 to 1975, many photos are undated.

The photo collection is arranged chronologically with undated photos at the end of the collection.
Container(s) Description Dates
99-2588: Montana branch projects
1939-1940
99-2589: National president Dr. Hawkes at Conference in Helena, Montana
May 1958
99-2590: Dr. Hawkes at Mt. State Conference
May 1958
99-2591: Dr. R.R. Renne, Mt. State Conference
May 1958
99-2592: Mt. State Conference luncheon
May 1958
99-2593: Mt. State Conference luncheon
May 1958
99-2594: Mt. State Conference luncheon
May 1958
99-2595: Mt. State Conference dinner
May 1958
99-2596: Dr. Hawkes speaking at Mt. State Conference
May 1958
99-2597: Mt. State Conference
May 1958
99-2598: Mt. State Conference banquet
May 1958
99-2599: Mt. officers at State Conference banquet, Hotel Florence
May 11, 1960
99-2600: Mt. officers
May 11, 1960
99-2601: Jennings, Robinson, Wastcoast, O'Connor, Thompson
1975
99-2602: White, Sperry, Davies
undated
99-2603: Tascher, Roberts, Nielson, White Nielson, Loeffler
undated
99-2604: Allen, James, Johnson
undated
99-2605: Evelyn Johnson at a rummage sale
undated
99-2606: Brunch at home of Beverly Van Conagan
undated
99-2607: Emma Lammasson delivering award
undated
99-2608: Ness, Olson, Zacek, Rhompson, Burk
undated
99-2609: Laura Hudson
undated
99-2610: Scholarship recipient, Dolores Ness
undated
99-2611: Virginia Burbank, Maxine Blackmer
undated
99-2612: Blackmer, Ness, Olson, Zacek
undated
99-2613: President Dolly Ness
undated
99-2614: Van Horne, Zacek, White, Nielson, Pappas
undated
99-2615: Lonnie Preble, Emma Lommasson
undated
99-2616: Laura Hudson
undated
99-2617: Ness, Burbank, Blackmer
undated
99-2618: Clow, Loeffler, Berger, Pappas
undated
99-2619: Tascher, Roberts, White, Nielson, Loeffler
undated
99-2620: May luncheon, Florence Hotel
undated
99-2621: Division Presidents
undated
99-2622: Blackmer, Ness, Olson, Zacek
undated
99-2623: White, Sperry, Johnson, Blackmer, Lommasson, Wilcox
undated
99-2624: MSU Campus
undated
99-2625: Ruth Helbing
undated
99-2626: Girl playing piano
undated
99-2627: AAUW luncheon
undated
99-2628: Evelyn Johnson, Anna Marie Clouse
undated
99-2629: Zacek, Pappas, White, Van Horne, Nielson
undated
99-2630: White, Van Horne, Dodge
undated
Box/Folder
19/10
Photographs, Miscellaneous
1965-1986

Series XII:  Newspaper Clippings , 1929-2005Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

The AAUW collection of newspaper clippings from Missoula papers includes articles about individual club members, club projects and guest speakers. The series features various local and state conventions as well as community services and scholarship recipients.

This series is arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/10
May 1929-Jan. 1943
8/11
Jan. 1952-May 1959
8/12
May 1960-March 1969
8/13
Jan. 1970-Oct. 1979
8/14
Nov. 1980-May 1984
19/11
Clippings
1965-1987
19/12
Clippings
1990-1999
19/13
Clippings
2000-2002
19/14
Clippings
2003
19/15
Clippings
January-March 2004
19/16
Clippings
April 2004-August 2005
8/15
Clippings
undated
19/17
Clippings
undated
19/18
Clippings, CI-27
undated
19/19
Clippings, Sexual Harassment in Schools
1986-1993
19/20
Missoula Branch Satellite, Seeley Lake
1993

Series XIII:  Non-AAUW Printed Material Return to Top

This series was removed from the collection during reprocessing in 2007.

Series XIV:  AAUW Montana Division Return to Top

This series was removed from the collection in 2007 for transfer to the Montana Historical Society, which holds the Montana Division records.

Series XV:  AAUW National Division , circa 1930-1948Return to Top

4 folders

This series consists of correspondence with AAUW National. (Annual reports, constitutions, and newsletters from National, originally housed with this series, were removed from the collection in 2007.)

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
10/1
General Correspondence, National
circa 1930
10/2
General Correspondence, National
1930-1938
10/3
General Correspondence, National
1936-1943
10/4
General Correspondence, National
1945-1947

Series XVI:  AAUW Other State Divisions , undatedReturn to Top

1 folder

A few items from the California, Washington and Missouri Divisions of the AAUW make up this small series.

This series is arranged alphabetically by state name.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/1
Missouri, Washington, California documents
dates unknown

Series XVII:  Related Organizations , 1923-1935Return to Top

5 folders

This series consists of letters, pamphlets and other documents concerning related women's organizations. The Legislative Council of Montana Women, National Council of Women, National Women's Party and Women's International League are included.

This series is divided alphabetically by organization and then arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/2
Legislative Council of Montana Women
1923
11/3
National Council of Women
1925
11/4
National Council of Women
1932
11/5
National Women's Party
1930-1933
11/6
Women's International League
1931-1935

Series XVIII:  Scrapbooks , 1931-1975Return to Top

5 volumes

Five large scrapbooks are included in this series. The books contain photos, newspaper clippings, programs and other memorabilia. The items include documents relating to club activities, as well as those concerning individual women.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
OS12
Missoula Branch
1931-1945
OS13
Missoula Branch
1945-1951
OS13
Missoula Branch
1951-1955
OS14
Missoula Branch
1955-1962
OS14
Missoula Branch
1962-1975

series Series XIX:  Artifacts, 1970Return to Top

1 item
Container(s) Description Dates
Box
OS22
Commemorative Cup, "AAUW, 1970, Action"
1970

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Women college graduates--Montana--Missoula--Societies, etc.
  • Women--Montana--Missoula--Societies and clubs
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbooks
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • American Association of University Women
    • American Association of University Women. Montana Division