The records document the activities of the Women’s Twentieth Century Club of Eagle Rock from its founding in 1903 to the present.
Included are meeting minutes, event programs, yearbooks, club histories, financial records, scrapbooks, photographs, and other
records documenting the club’s social and community service functions.
The Women’s Twentieth Century Club of Eagle Rock was founded in February of 1903 when a small group of women in the Eagle
Rock Valley met at the home of Mrs. Phillip W. Parker. Like other turn-of-the-century women’s clubs, they were organized around
the aims of self-improvement and public service and locally sought “to promote the social and literary welfare of the valley.”