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Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte Collection
Ms2011-097

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Created by Amanda K. Adams


Hurxthall-Peyton House, 1952. Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, the oldest General Federated Women’s Club in West Virginia was organized here in December 1893.
Cora Betts, a charter member of the Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte.
English literature, notes, Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, January 27, 1894
Sign, Hurxthall-Peyton House
Certificate, 100% Plus Honor Club Award, Ronceverte Mutual Improvement, 1963-1964
Certificate, General Federation of Women’s Clubs, Fiftieth Anniversary Scroll, Presented to Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, April 1954
Letter, Paris Hume, Jr., Greenbrier East High School, to Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, October 16, 1974
Letter, Thomas Tincher, Secretary, West Virginia Department of Welfare, to Mrs. Ward Hedrick, Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, February 12, 1975
Annual Report, Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, 1942-43
Napkin, 105th Anniversary, Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, 1904-2009
Napkin, Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, Centennial Celebration, 1893-1993
Receipt for dues, Mutual Improvement Circle, West Virginia, May 17, 1904
Cover and title pages for “The Silver Gleam: Pageant and History of the West Virginia Federation of Women’s Clubs,” by Vera Andrew Harvey, 1929
Letter, Mary Katharine Miller, Vice-President, General Federation of Women’s Clubs, to Mrs. C. M. Lynch, Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, January 2, 1969
Cover and title pages for Calendar, Mutual Home Improvement Club of Ronceverte, 1941-42
Cover and title pages for Calendar, Mutual Home Improvement Club of Ronceverte, 1905-06
Envelope and header, Letter, Florence Best Marsh to Cornelia Betts, Ronceverte
Cover page, officers and members, Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, 1894
Minutes of first meeting of Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte, December 28, 1893


Mutual Improvement Club of Ronceverte Collection

West Virginia Archives and History