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Native Daughters of the Golden West, Santa Rosa Parlor, No. 217, scrapbooks, 1965-1970
SPC.00062  
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Description
This collection contains five decorative scrapbooks from 1965 through 1970 created by members of the Native Daughters of the Golden West Parlor 217 (Santa Rosa, California). Scrapbooks include newspaper clippings, organizational activities, parlors specific publicity, historical articles about Santa Rosa, Sonoma County and California in general.
Background
The Native Daughters of the Golden West was founded in 1886 as a fraternal and patriotic organization under the principles of "Love of homel devotion to the flag; veneration of the pioneers; [and] faith in the existence of God" (Source: http://www.ndgw.org/). At one time, some 338 chapters, or "parlors," existed across California, open to anyone born in California; most have since disbanded. The Santa Rosa Parlor, no. 217 was instituted May 29, 1920 by Willow Borba of Sebastopol, Calif., and others, and initially held meetings in Sebastopol, but later in Santa Rosa. Parlor no. 217 disbanded in the 1990s.
Extent
5 linear feet 5 scrapbooks
Restrictions
Collection does not circulate and may be photocopied or photographed by arrangement only.
Availability
Conditions Governing Access: This collection is partially processed. Please contact the Sonoma County History and Genealogy Library for access; for contact info and current hours, see