The records consist primarily of meeting minutes, annual reports, news clippings, event programs, photograph albums and scrapbooks,
and miscellaneous records of activities of the club from its inception forward. Photograph albums document various flower
shows and local club efforts in the community.
The Woodside-Atherton Garden Club was formally organized in 1929, and accepted into the Garden Club of America in 1934. The
club organizes civic and educational projects, and hosts and participates in local and national flower shows.
22.75 Linear Feet
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