This collection contains 42 items related to the Ebell Club of Los Angeles, California, chiefly dating from the late 1890s-early
The Ebell Club of Los Angeles was formed in 1894 by a group of women wishing to take
up the work of Adrian Ebell. The club is dedicated to expanding women's education in
the arts, sciences and literature and the advancement of women in these branches of
study and all areas of culture. The Ebell Club of Los Angeles grants college
scholarships, hosts lectures, and produces plays and concerts. The Ebell Club also
has a history of aiding needy women and supporting women's organizations.
42 items in 1 box and 1
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