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Records of the Altruist Club
This collection contains correspondence, handbooks, rosters, and meeting meetings from 1949-1999. Also included are newspaper articles, scrapbooks, and a few photographs.
Arranged into four series: Series 1, Constitution and minutes, 1937-1971; Series 2, Correspondence, fliers, and programs, 1953-1983; Series 3, Intercollegiate Association of Women Students binders, 1965-1967; Series 4, Scrapbooks, 1973-1976.
The Camenae Club was founded in 1969 by fifteen young women in the Ogden area that were interested in a social and service club after the fashion of clubs like Chareaya and Aglaia. The women met weekly and discussed a variety of topics along with service projects. The collection contains meeting minutes from 1969-2012.
The Chareya Club was organized on July 13, 1951. They took the name “Chareya” from Native Americans as meaning “Creator of all good things.” The purpose of Chareya is three-fold: Service, Friendship, and Culture to one another and to the community. The members met bi-monthly from August to May.
Paper for Weber State University class, History 4990, on the history of the Child
Culture Club of Ogden, Utah. Written by Ann Larson, December 9, 2005.
The records of the Child Culture Club that was started in Ogden in 1893 by the prominent women of the area to further the study of the needs of children.