Women's Professional Forum Records
Scope and Contents
This collection documents the activities of the Women's Professional Forum from its formation in 1977 through 2013. It contains meeting minutes, committee reports, correspondence, financials, events and programing as well as the monthly newsletter. It also contains materials regarding the Womens Professional Forum Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization created by the Women's Professional Forum to increase their long term impact.
- 1977 - 2013
- Other: Date acquired: 2016 February 17
- Women's Professional Forum (Organization)
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Collection is open for research.
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4.50 Linear Feet (3 boxes)
Language of Materials
The Women's Professional Forum began in 1977 by a small group of professional women who were looking for a sense of friendship, community, and support from like-minded women. WPF members are women who serve their community in leadership roles and who enjoy sharing their talents and experiences.
The collection is arranged topically, with some topics including meeting minutes, committees, correspondence, financials, and newsletters. Each topic is then arranged chronologically.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of the Women's Professional Forum in 2016.
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Processed by Amanda Malugin in May 2017.
- Women's Professional Forum Records
- Amanda Malugin
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