Series 3 - Records of the Women's Council

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Records of the Women's Council

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CA ON00357 2058-3

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  • 1932-1951 (Creation)

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12 cm of textual records

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(1932-1952)

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In 1932, after the Board of Regents hired a warden to take over the administration of residences from the Committee of Management (they had already lost financial control of the residences in 1920), the focus changed and the Committee merged into the Women’s Council. The first meeting was held on June 28th, 1932. The Women's Council acted as an advisory committee to the Dean of Women, administered bequests for needy students and the Tennis Fund, and aided in projects such as the Wymilwood Sunday Evening Concerts, the Wymilwood Reading Room, etc. In 1947, recommendations were made that the Women's Council be asked re-organize itself and serve the University by supporting women's organizations on campus - thus losing all control over residences (The Women's Residence Committee, a standing committee of the Board was established in 1948 with 2 members of the Women's Council ). The Women's Council was disbanded in 1952.

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Series consists of minutes and reports of the Women's Council, copies of the Constitution and lists of members.

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Records were initially placed in the Records related to Women collection, but we made into their own series under the Committee of Management to better reflect their provenance.

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