Records of The Monday Club of San Luis Obispo, a civic and social non-profit organization founded in 1925. Records include
meeting minutes, presidents' papers, operations and financial records, fundraising events, social activities, scrapbooks,
and ephemera relating to the mission of the club and its members.
The Monday Club of San Luis Obispo is a civic and social non-profit organization founded in 1925 by members of the women's
Book Club and the Home Culture Club. At the time of its founding, members of the club were involved in politics, law, and
welfare on the national and state levels as well as promoting local public services, civic, and social causes. While working
to support and improve municipal services, members continued to support recreation, homemaker skills, and the arts such as
sewing, gardening, reading, and music. Committees were formed to promote specific interests including an Arts and Crafts Section,
Book Section, Garden Section, and Music Section.
36.50 Linear Feet
31 boxes, 3 flat files (17 manuscript boxes, 14 flat boxes, 3 flat files)
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