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National League of American Pen Women; Crescent City Branch Collection

Collection 400

National League of American Pen Women; Crescent City Branch Collection, 1951-1967

5 inches

The National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW) was founded in 1897 in Washington, D.C. The organization was formed to promote women in the arts. The NLAPW offers a place for women artists, writers, composers and choreographers to enrich their professional lives through networking, professional development, exhibits, concerts, publications and service to the community.

This collection consists of records from the Crescent City Branch members. It includes rosters, financial records, correspondence and publications from 1951-1967.

Series:

A. General Records 1-01
B. Financial Records 1-02 through 1-08
C. Correspondence 1-09 through 1-11
D. Publications 1-12 through 1-13

Inventory:

Box 1
1-01 General Records: rosters; 1964 and 1967
1-02 Financial Records: Accounts - receipts; 1951-1966
1-03 Financial Records: Expenses; 1951-1964
1-04 Financial Records: Statements - City National Bank; 1953-1956
1-05 Financial Records: Statements - Hibernia Bank; 1956- Dec. 5, 1961
1-06 Financial Records: Statements - Hibernia Bank; Dec. 29, 1961-1963
1-07 Financial Records: Statements - Hibernia Bank; 1964-1966
1-08 Financial Records: Treasurer’s Reports; 1956-1965
1-09 Correspondence: Miscellaneous, 1955 and 1965
1-10 Correspondence: pertaining to payments, 1954-1966
1-11 Correspondence: pertaining to treasurer, 1952-1956
1-12 Publications: Louisiana State Poetry Society Bulletin, 1964-1966
1-13 Publications: Journal des femmes, October 19, 1967