North Carolina Council of Women's Organizations Records
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- 1956 - 1979
- North Carolina Council of Women's Organizations (Organization)
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In 1955 the name of the agency was changed to North Carolina Council of Women's Organizations. In 1956 it became a cooperative service of the University of North Carolina Extension Division. The organization was chartered in 1959 and its activities were extended to include safety, continuing education and the implementation of a report on the status of women. By 1970 the organization included 39 affiliated organizations with a total membership of more than a half million women. Dr. Guion Griffis Johnson served as the first president from 1952 to 1958.
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