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Primrose Club Collection

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Folder 1: Charter
Item 1: Primrose Club Charter addressed to Julia S. Tutwiler, Nellie C. Gibbs, Mamie P. Smith et al. signed by P. B. Jarman, Judge of the Probate Court of Sumter County. Dec. 13, 1905. 1a: “Names of Charter Members.” (Pencil). 1b: List of Charter Members on copy of poem A little nonsense, now and then . . .
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Folder 2: Constitution & Bylaws of the Primrose Club of Livingston, AL
(see also Manila Folder # 8 (SF4a.D2.F.8 item 10-10d)
Item 1: Constitution of the Primrose Club. (Ledger paper, reverse type.) 1 page. [nd]
Item 2: Constitution of the Primrose Club. By-laws on backside of paper. (Legal paper, typed.)
1 page. Last line: The above changes made by the Executive Committee of the Club, April Item 3: Constitution of the Primrose Club. (Miss Haynie inked on top right corner, Marginalia and 3a: Copy 2. (originally in the yearbook of Susie S. Moon) Item 4: Constitution of the Primrose Club. 1 page. (Vice–President’s entry missing from Article 3) (Mrs. C. R. Moon penciled on top right corner.) Item 5: Constitution of the Primrose Club. (Carbon, 2 pages. By-laws incomplete.) Item 6: “Article III Members” 3 pages. (Pencil on spiral notebook paper.) [nd] Item 7: “Article IV Officers” 2 pages. (Pencil on spiral notebook paper.) [nd] Item 8: Bylaws. 3 pages. (Mimeograph, purple ink) [nd] Item 9: Bylaws. 2 pages. (Primrose Club, Revised 1967 in upper right corner.) Item 10: Bylaws. 2 pages (with revisions). (Article 3 Sec. 5 & 6 penciled on upper left.) [nd] 10a: Copy 2. (Shirley Johnson inked in upper left corner.) (Markings.) Item 11: “The Primrose Club Executive Committee recommends the following additions to the Primrose Club Constitution”( Carbon Copy) 1 page. October 19, 1971. Item 12: Primrose Club Bylaws Excerpt + Treasury Statement for 1972-1974. 1 page. [September Item 13: By-Laws Article I . . . 3 Pages. [nd] 13a: Copy 2. (Old Bylaws inked on upper right corner on 3rd page, Note: Members shall be 13b: Copy 3. (List of officers 1984-1985 inked on back of 3rd sheet.) Item 14: Bylaws. (Before revision inked on upper right corner) Old Bylaws, top center, 3 1/4 pages. Small sheet of paper, Bylaws before revision. Item 15: Bylaws. (Old copy Before revision in 1/26/89 inked at upper right corner.) 3 pages. 1/3 sheet of paper “Article III – Members.” Line inked at end of Section 2, Part B. Names not presented will be saved until . . . Item 16: Bylaws. (Revised 1989, President’s copy, MBG, inked at upper right corner.) 3 pages. 16a: Unwritten rule about new members: Nominations should be dated. Submit to club number of names corresponding to existing vacancies, in order of dates. Nominations not submitted to club are filed until time of next vacancy. **** Retiring president should instruct incoming president on election practices and other fine points. Typed. (Small piece of paper). 16b: 2nd Copy. (Revised 1989, 1-26-’89 inked upper right corner.) 1/26/89. 16d: Copy for recording secretary (Revised 1989) Item 17: Robert’s Rules of Order Revised 75th Anniversary edition.
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Folder 3: Committees and Organizational Reports
Item 1: White paper folder: “Primrose Clubpenciled on cover with illus. of public library.
1a: List of Presidents of the Primrose Club from 1902 to 1976. 3 pages. ( pencil) 1b: List of Officers of the Primrose Club from 1975 to 1990. 3 pages. (ink) 1d: “Year, President” 1 page. (ink) [nd]. Item 2: Poem by Marcia Janes written/read for Installation of New Officers. 5/19/78. Item 3: Report of Action of Executive Committee. Celeste Kaul. 1 page. 8/6/1974. Item 4: “Very Special Greetings” Organizational Report. Celeste Kaul. 2 pages, typed. 9/21/74. Item 5: Committee Reports: Report of the Civic Committee to Primrose Club. Martha S. Culp 1 page. ( typed) 1957.Also see Correspondence: Folder 8, Item 11b.
5a: Summary Report of Club’s Activities. 2 pages.( ink) 1970-71. 5b: Conservation Department, Mrs. K. M. Payne, Chairman. 2 pages. (typed, copy) [1974-75]. 5c: Education Department, Mrs. Henry Shaffner, Chairman. 2 pages. (typed, copy) [1974-75]. 5d: Home Life Department, Mrs. W. R. Sutton, Chairman. 2 pages. (typed, copy) [1974-75]. 5e: Public Affairs Department, Mrs. Winston Moseley, Chairman. 2 pages. ( typed, copy) [1974-75].
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Folder 4: (GFWC) Publications of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs
Item 1: Constitution and Bylaws of the GFWC. Booklet, pink. 1960. Item 2: “Leadership Development Handbook”. Publication of GFWC. 2/3/67. 2a: Notes from a District meeting. “Blind-made goods” “Scholarships” “Alabama Day” . . . Item 3: CLUBWOMAN: Magazine of the World’s Largest Organization of Women. Jan 1971. Item 4: CLUBWOMAN: Magazine of the World’s Largest Organization of Women. Feb1971. Item 5: “Sea to Shining Sea” Unity. GFWC. [1975]. 5a: Notes from GFWC Workshop. Family Living Division. Theme: “From Sea to Shining Sea”. 6 pages. (anon.) June 1975. Item 6: “America Cares . . . . .” GFWC - CARE Latin America Program. 1974 -76. 6a: “Information for Clubs using CARE Holiday or Mother’s Day Gift Plan.” 6b: “America Cares” GFWC - CARE LATIN AMERICA PROGRAM 1974-76. Item 7: Information sheet “Guatemala school building program through CARE.” 1975-76. 7a: “Sister City Partnerships”(in ink, Livingston, Guatemala -- sister city for Livingston, AL) Program given by Asa Greene. October 1975. 7b: “Guatemala”. ( Country profile + map), CARE INC., 1975. 7c: Map of U.S. indicating Latin American countries and their U.S. state partnerships . 7d: “Partners of the Americas”. “Project Value by Category”. (Notes in shorthand on back.) Item 8: “Publicity Answers for Club Leaders” (Booklet prepared by Sears Roebuck.) [ nd.]
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Folder 5: (AFWC) Publications of the Alabama Federation of Women’s Clubs
Item 2: AFWC Year Book 1930-1931 (Mrs. Burton G. Killingsworth penciled on flyleaf.) Item 4: AFWC Year Book 1933-1934 (Killingsworth penciled on cover.) Item 6: A Handbook of Information -- September 15, 1952
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Folder 6: Matters relating to the AFWC (Alabama Federation of Women’s Clubs).
(Quarterly publications, correspondence, projects and programs).
Item 1: Thank you note from Edythe Saylor. (Ink) “Sunday”. 1a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Tillman from E. Saylor, Alabama Federation of Women’s Item 2: A.F.W.C. President Honored. Birmingham Post-Herald, 9/29/66. Item 3: “75th Celebration of the AFWC.” Photo: Mrs. Dan Waite, Jr., Mrs. Hooper Barton, Mrs. A.E. Nettleman. The Birmingham News, 8/12/69. Item 4: Letter/ Newsletter from A.F.W.C. 4 pages. 09/15/69. 4a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. James B. Thomas from Mrs. Hooper Barton. Item 5: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.43, n.2, Winter 1969. Item 6: Receipt/ letter addressed to Mrs. Thomas B. Smith for check from Primrose Club to Cancer- Leukemia Research Laboratory, project of the AFWC. 1 page, typed. 0/19/70. 6a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Thomas B. Smith from (logo) Alabama Federation of Women’s Item 7: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.44, n.1, Fall 1970. Item 8: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.44, n.2, Winter 1970. Item 9: “Projects” Notes re: GFWC, AFWC, [70-71] Item 10: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.44, n.3, Spring 1971. Item 11: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.44, n.4, Summer 1971. Item 12: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.45, n.1, Fall 1971. Item 13: AFWC Joins Efforts to Build Camp for the Handicapped The Birmingham News, 06/28/72. Item 14: Aging in Youth Oriented Society Studied. The Birmingham News, 6/29/72. Item 15: “Chairmanship Is Sharemanship If Leader Is Wise AFWC Learns” The Birmingham News, Item 16: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.46, n.4, Summer 1973. Item 17: The Alabama Clubwoman, Winter 1973. 17a: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.47, n.2, Winter 1973, c. 2. Item 18: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.47, n.4, Summer 1974. 18a: The Alabama Clubwoman, v.47, n.4, Summer 1974, c. 2. Item 19: Membership Bulletin /Application for Membership to AFWC. 1974-1976. Item 20: Fourth District AFWC newsletter. 2 pages, (typed, copy) 9/20/74. Item 21: Program : Fourth District Fall Meeting AFWC. Mimeograph. 10/05/74. 21a: “Presidents Workshop”. 2 pages. (Handwritten, pencil). 21b: “To: Club Presidents, from: District Director”. Mimeograph. 21c: Copy 2 . (With additions.) Item 22: “It’s a fact” Quiz. [Celeste Kaul] [1974]. Item 23: Newsletter from AFWC Sumter County Chairman Jean Greenwood to Sumter County Women’s Club presidents.2 pages. ( typed) 10/15/74. 23a: List of Sumter County Clubs’ Presidents. Item 24: Newsletter from AFWC Chairman. 2 pages. (typed) 3/7/75. 24a: List of Sumter County Clubs’ Events. Item 25: Price List and Order Form “Industries for the Blind Department of Adult Blind and Deaf” Women’s Shop. (Copy, Original filed in Folder 5: “Financial Matters”) 6/1/75.
Item 26: Program : Fourth District Fall Meeting. 1 page. ( typed, notes on back.) 10/4/75. Item 27: Card. (Fort Ticonderoga) from Eloise Sparkman re: need for contribution to defray expenses for decorations at AFWC luncheon. 27a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Celeste Kaul from Eloise Sparkman. 4/21/76. Item 28: Space for Living Discussed at AFWC Summer Workshop [The Tuscaloosa News?] [nd.]. Item 29: Letter to Margaret [Lyon] from “Jean” re: AFWC. 8/16/79. Item 30: Letter to Mrs. Jerome Tucker, President, AFWC, from Mrs. Woodson Ennis, President, Primrose Club, announcing the club will discontinue membership in the AFWC. 1 page. Item 31: By-Laws of the Sumter County Council of the Alabama Federation of Women’s Clubs. 2 Item 32: Parliamentary Procedure. “Conducting Efficient Business Sessions”. [nd.].
Primrose Club Collection:
Box 2 Financial Matters; Scholarships; Libraries; Correspondence;
Awards & Honors; Anniversaries; Flower Shows & Table Settings;
Miscellaneous.

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Folder 7: Financial Matters
(Information about financial matters in the early to mid 20th century is also
found in Box 1: Minutes of the Primrose Club.)
Item 1: Blank Check, McMillan & Co. Bankers. Series 6. 61-224 Item 2: Bank statement/cancelled checks, McMillan & Co. 9/28/43. 2a: Mrs. W.P. Tartt; The H. R. Hunting Co.; Cash: Mrs. Dillard; Overdraft charge; Item 3: Bank statement/cancelled checks, McMillan & Co. 10/31/44. 3a: Library Extension Dept; Mrs. S. B. Jones; Scruggs for Drugs; Cancer Control. Item 4: Bank statement/cancelled checks, McMillan & Co. 8/14/45. Item 5: Bank statement/cancelled checks, McMillan & Co. 9/12/45. Item 6: Index card. “Balance on hand”. 4/28/45. 6b: Cancelled checks: Mrs. S.P. Smith; McMillan & Co. Item 7: Bank statement/cancelled checks, McMillan & Co. 4/27/46. Item 8: Bank statement/cancelled checks, McMillan & Co. 7/5/46. 8a: Sumter County Library; Sumter County Library; Mrs. W. P. Tartt; Epes Mercantile Co.; Item 9: Bank statement/cancelled checks, McMillan & Co. 12/20/46. 9a: Mrs. Sid Smith; Mrs. T. M. Tartt Sr; Mrs. R. A. Allison; Mrs. John Brunson, State Treasurer A.F.W.C.; Mrs. Julia Lee; Department of Adult Blind; Addie White Item 10: Deposit slips 9/29/45 – 12/20/45. (6 items.) Item 11: Deposit slips 1/26/46- 12/18/46. (12 items.) Item 12: Envelope from McMillan & Co., Bankers. Postmarked 1946. Item 13: Invoice from H. R. Huntting Co. for 5 books. 4/25/46. Item 14: “White Elephant Sale.” Paper. (3.5 x 5.75). 4/30/46. Item 15: Register Receipt, “Dickens, Five White Kittens, Postage.” 6/15/46. Item 16: Booklet of check stubs. 10/8/45 – 1/25/47. Item 19: Balance on hand. Index card (3 x 5). 9/26/47. Item 20: Letter to the Primrose Club from Allen Jacobs, President, Presbyterian Home for Children. 20a: Form for Memorial Gift to Presbyterian Home for Children. Item 21: Treasurer’s Report. 4/29/66. Item 22: 1966-67 Budget (2 index cards). 12/6/66. Item 23: Club Treasurer’s Report. State Federation dues. 12/7/66. Item 24: Letter from Eugenia Bell, Administrator, Sumter Nursing Home. 11/15/67. Item 25: Treasurer’s Report. 1/27/67. Item 26: Treasurer’s Report. 12/16/67. Item 27: Primrose Club Treasurer’s Report. 1/26/68. Item 28: Primrose Club Treasurer’s Report. 5/24/68. Item 29: “Dear Treasurer:” re: book in memorium for Nan Young Schaeffer. Carbon. Item 30: Treasurer’s Report.” March and April 1971. Item 31: A Few Flower Show Statistics. 4/1/71. Item 32: Report of Finance Committee 1971-1972. Mimeograph. 10/22/71. Item 33: Report of Finance Committee 1972-1973. Mimeograph. 10/27/72. Item 34: Primrose Club Treasurer’s Report. Index card. (Miss Haynie) 5/17/74. Item 35: Report of Treasurers and Primrose Club Bylaws excerpt. September 1975 Item 36: Report of Finance Committee. 10/24/75. Item 37: Treasurer’s Report. [May 1980]. SF4a.D1.
Folder 7a: Lion Craft Stationary
Item 1: Acknowledgment of stationary order. 10/1/74. 1a: Packing slip for etchettes. 10/7/74. 1b: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Fred Kaul from Lion Craft (logo). Item 2: Casco Printing Co. re: Plate for Primrose Club stationary. 2a: Envelope from Mrs. Myra Cornell /Lion Craft addressed to Mrs. T. M. Nelson Penala Item 3: Letter to Lioncraft from Marcia Janes. 1/31/89. Item 4: Quotation from Southeastern Printing. 2/3/89. Item 5: Quotation from Casco Printing Co. 3/9/89. Item 6: Summary of price quotes for notepaper. 4/20/89. Item 7: Letter “Dear Janice” (from Marcia Janes) re: club stationary. 4/20/89. 7a: Enclosure Price quotes for stationary. Black Warrior Printing; Southeastern Printing; Sumter Graphics. (carbon as above) 4/20/89. 7b: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Milton Glor from Marcia Janes. Postmarked 4/22/89. Item 8: 9 x 12 white envelope with note by Gregor Smith. 7/2002. SF4a.D1.
Folder 7b: Aid to the Blind
Item 1: Accounts/notes for Blind Made Goods. 1 index card. (Miss Haynie)[19721-1973] Item 2: Letter from Industries for the Blind to Primrose Club President. 7/30/75. 2a: Envelope (logo) Industries for the Blind Talladega, AL Postmarked 7/30/75. Item 3: Price List and Order Form “Industries for the Blind, Department of Adult Blind and Deaf
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Folder 8: Scholarships

Item 1: Thank you letter from Barbara Lyon re: Primrose Club Academic Scholarship. 5/10/69.
Item 2: Memorandum to Livingston High School; Sumter Academy; Sumter County High School Principals and College Counselors re: Primrose Club Scholarship eligibility and application procedures, from Celeste Kaul, President, Primrose Club. 3/17/75. Item 3: Scholarship application letter from Joyce Brunson. 3/18/75. Item 4: Letter from Mrs. Rubye Jones, Sumter County High School Counselor. 3/19/75. Item 5: Scholarship application letter from Catherine Mumford. 3/19/75. Item 6: Scholarship application letter from Robbie Marie Ray. 3/19/75. Item 7: Scholarship application letter from Michelle Thomas. 3/19/75. Item 8: Scholarship application letter from Cindy Alford. [nd.] Item 9: Reference for Cindy Alford from Louis Smith Jr. 3/20/75. Item 10: Cumulative Record for Wilma Jones. 2 pages. 3/20/75. Item 11: Essay: “Why I would like to attend the University of Alabama . . .” 2 pages. [W. J.] Item 12: Letter to William P. Rogers, Director of Financial Aid, The University of Alabama from Bethel Fite re: scholarship designee from Primrose Club. Encl. (Copy) 3/28/1975. 12a: Letter to Ms. Fite from Mrs. Kaul designating the club’s choice, and alternate, for University 12b: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Fred R. Kaul, President, Primrose Club, from Division of Continuing Education, Library & Program Services. 3/28/75. Item 13: Letter to Cindy Alford from Mr. Rodgers offering scholarship. 4/1/75. Item 14: Letter to Wilma Jones from Mr. Rodgers offering scholarship. 4/11/75. Item 15: Letter from Louis Smith Jr., Headmaster, Sumter Academy, to Mrs. Kaul. 4/21/75.
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Folder 9: Libraries
(Information about the Primrose Club’s partnership and association with
Libraries may also be found in Box 1: Primrose Club Minutes.)
The Dancing Rabbit Club / Livingston Public Library. Rules and Regulations. Yearly report of the Public Library. October 1, 1918 to October 1, 1919. 1 page, faded. “Brief history of the founding of the Livingston Ala Public Library” up to the time of its incorporation as a library for Sumter County sponsored by the W. P. A. 4 pages. (Pencil) [? A few facts about the Sumter County Library. ( 2 pages typed.) Ruby Pickens Tartt. 4a: A few facts about the Sumter County Library. (Manuscript, 3 pages. Ruby Pickens Tartt.) 4b: A few facts about the Sumter County Library. (photocopy) Copy 3. List of books “Scottish Chiefs . .” ( ca, 1936.) Item 6: List of books “The Matchlock Gun . .. (on aqua wrapper for Old Colony Typewriter Paper) 1943 books Index card. (3 x 5) [nd]. List of books “19th century fiction worth having” 1 page. ( ink) [nd]. List of books Arabian nights . . . (note: “125 new books loaned library by the State”) Item10: “Tentative Library Report” April 23, 1971. Mimeograph. 4/23/71. Item 11: “Report of the Primrose Club Library Committee, April 27, 1973”. Item 12: Keflex notepad with list of books. Auden quote. [nd]. Item 13: Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt A Selected Bibliography. 2 pages. [nd]. Item 14: Letter to Mrs. Kaul from The Casco Printing Co. Lion Craft Division re: library’s name 14b: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Fred B. Kaul from Lion Craft (logo). Postmarked 9/27/74. Item 15: “Of libraries, courthouses, chicken coops and a long homer to the left” Item 16: “Presentation of the Ruby Pickens Tartt Papers to Livingston University” Item 17: “History of Livingston Library compiled from notes by Ruby Pickens Tartt” signed Celeste Kaul.. In this Bicentennial Year . . . 4 pages. Original. 1976. 17a: Copy 2.(signed in red marker, Spring 1976). Item 18: Charter Members of “The Friends of the Ruby Pickens Tartt Public Library” Item 19: Thank you letter from Margie Smith, Ruby Pickens Tartt Library. 5/20/81. Item 20: Thank you letter from Margie Smith re: donation to library from the sale Item 21: Thank you note from Margie Smith for Club’s donation to library. 5/9/83. 21a: Envelope addressed to The Primrose Club c/o Mrs. Allen Tartt. Postmarked 5/11/83. Item 22: “Museum Showcase to Open” five-shelf historical museum. Sumter County Journal, Item 23: Primrose Club presents library with $900. Sumter County Record-Journal, 6/17/93. Item 24: Primrose Club presents check. News clipping. 6/2/94. Item 25: Primrose Club presents donation Sumter County Record Journal, 8/8/96. Item 26: Primrose donates to Library Sumter County Journal 6/26/03. Item 27: The Primrose Club cordially invites you to attend a ‘Friends of the Library’[n.d.] Item 28: Notes for library meeting. 1 page. (yellow lined) [n.d.] Item 29: Joint meeting of Library Boards. 2 pages 1 blank. [n.d] Item 30: Primrose Club donates funds to library. Sumter County Record-Journal, 8/10/95.
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Folder 10: Correspondence

Item 1: Letter to The Paragon Press requesting publication quote for Year Book
in the style of the Orpheus Club, Evergreen Alabama. 7 pages. ( ink). 5/ 10/23. 1a: Envelope with return The Paragon Press (logo), Montgomery Alabama. 5/15/23. Item 2: Note from Anne P. Ziegler. 4/13/28. 2a: Envelope addressed to Miss Hettie Jones, President, Primrose Club. Item 3: Poem. A Little Nonsense Now and Then is Relished by the Best of Men. “Written by Mrs. J. P. Spratt, published in Our Southern Home 1/18/05.” Typed Original. 3a: On envelope addressed to Miss Hettie Jones, Primrose Club Charter and names of Charter Members; Preserve poem by Mrs. J. P. Spratt given me by her son Dr. Robert Spratt. Item 4: Official resignation from the club from by Hettie Jones. [nd]. Item 5: Letter to Mrs. Patton from Anna Mae Lyon responding to a request to write about her experience as a WAVE. 3 pages. (ink, on stationary embossed U.S. Naval Training School, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.) 9/24/43. 5a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. W.W. Patton. Postmarked 9/25/43. Item 6: Letter to Mrs. Wade Coleman from Corporal Erma Ozment telling about her life in the United States Marine Corps Women’s Reserve. 3 pages. (typed). 9/16/43. 6a: Envelope address to Mrs. Wade Coleman. Postmarked 9/17/43, Camp Le Jeune. Item 7: Letter to “Miss Anna” / Livingston Friends, from Corinne Cook at Fort McClellan telling about her life as a Junior Hostess with the Army’s Service Club at Fort McClellan. 13 pages. 7a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. W. W. Patton. Postmarked 10/23/43. Item 8: Postcard addressed to Miss Eltie Haynie from A. C. Young. 2/20/46. 8a: Address of Miss Kathleen Moore, Director AFWC. 8b: List. (Miss Haynie) 2/22/46. Item 9: Letter from Adair Young to Mrs. Pruitt re: the Public Library Demonstration Bill and 9a: Enclosure: Letter from Alabama Federal Relations Committee requesting letters or telegrams in support of S.1920, H. R. 5742 Library Demonstration Bill. 5/25/46. Item 10: Telegram to Senator Elbert Thomas, Chairman, Senate Standing Sub-Committee on Education endorsing passage of bill. (?Adair Young) 5/28/46. Item 11: Letter to the editor of the Saturday Evening Post re: the lowering of the water table in Sumter County, addressing the need for conservation of water throughout the country. 11a: Reply from the Saturday Evening Post Editorial Department. 2/7/57. 11b: Attached to Report of the Civic Committee to Primrose Club. (Martha Culp). Item 12: Postcard addressed to Mrs. Richard Ennis from “Mignonne”. Postmaked 3/ [ 3], 1947. Item 13: Letter to Miss Haynie from R.D. Osgood, Southern Research Institute re: Miss Frances Mellen authorized to speak at Primrose Club meeting. 10/6/58. Item 14: Letter to Primrose Club from Susan McCain. 8/23/68. 14a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. B. Thomas c/o Lt. James B. Thomas III. 8/27/68. Item 15: Letter to Primrose Club from Maude McCain. 8/28/68. 15a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. B. Thomas c/o Lt. James B. Thomas III. 8/28/68. Item 16: Letter submitting the name of Elizabeth Hoover for membership. (Susie S. Moon) 9/21/68. Item 17: Wedding invitation for Sara Coleman and Pat McGahey. 2/28/69. Item 18: Letter submitting the name of Margaret Ann Henry Murphy for membership.(Ennis) Item 19: Letter accepting club membership. (Margaret Ann Murphy.) 5/28/69. 19a: Envelope addressed to Miss Eltie E. Haynie. Postmarked 5/29/69. Item 20: Note. (Miss Annie Bestor Mitchell.) 5/29/69. 20a: Envelope addressed to Miss Eltie Haynie. Postmarked 5/29/69. Item 21: Note to Miss Haynie from Lorie Kramer 10/30/69 21a: Envelope addressed to Miss Eltie Haynie Postmarked 11/1/69 Item 22: Reply to Miss Haynie from Representative Ira D. Pruitt re: Air Pollution. 4/7/70. 22a: Envelope addressed to Miss Eltie Haynie from the Alabama House of Representatives. Item 23: Plans for Primrose Club Meeting. Copy. 1/22/71. 23a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Don Johnson from Nell Coleman Ennis. Postmark 1/14/71. Item 24: Biographical Sketch of Louise Wilson of Aliceville for meeting 11/17/72. 2 pages. 24a: Envelope addressed to Miss Annie B. Mitchell. Postmarked 9/5/72. Item 25: Note submitting the name of Judy Hibbert Ennis for membership.(Patsy Chaney, Gregor 25a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Thomas Nelson. Item 26: Letter to Miss Fite. Celeste Kaul. 10/14/74. Item 27: Notecard from Patsy Chaney resigning membership. 8/75. 27a: Envelope addressed to the Primrose Club c/o Mrs. Ted Kraul. Item 28: Note submitting the name of Mrs. Margaret Morton (Judy Ennis) 11/17/75. 28a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. Ted Kaul from J. H. E. (Ennis). Postmarked 11/18/75. Item 29: Note accepting club membership. (Margaret lMorton]). 12/6/75. 29a: Envelope addressed to Mrs. George F. Fluker from Mrs. J. B. Morton. Postmarked 12/8/75. Item 30: Postcard from Margaret Lyon to Mrs. Geiger Pinson. 10/3/84. Item 31: Letter “Dear Janice” (from Marcia Janes) re: club stationary. 4/20/89. 31a: Enclosure Price quotes for stationary -- Black Warrior Printing; Southeastern Printing; Item 32: Thank you card to Primrose Club from Margie Hutcheson. 6/6/05. 32a: Envelope addressed to Primrose Club c/o Mrs. Mary Tartt. 6/7/05. Item 33: Notecard to Mary Pagliero from Pat Rudy. 11/15/05. Item 34: Note to Primrose club members submitting resignation from Diane McCorkle. 3/17/06. Item 35: Note to club members submitting resignation. 5/17/06. 35a: Envelope addressed to Ms. Mary Pagliero. Item 36: Notecard to Ms. Pagliero from Helen McCarter. 6/2/06. 36a: Envelope addressed to Ms. Mary Pagliero from Helen McCarter. Item 37: Notecard on handmade paper from TyAnne S. Stone.6/6/06. 37a: Envelope addressed to Ms. Mary Pagliero from TyAnne Stone. Item 38: Thank you card to Primrose Club from Margie Hutcheson. 6/8/06. 38a: Envelope addressed to Primrose Club c/o Mary Pagliero from RPT Library. 6/8/06. Item 39: Letter nominating Mary Chaney Crawford for membership. 9/28/06. 39a: Envelope addressed “Primrose Club”. In other hand, take pencils and paper . . . Item 40: Note submitting resignation from club. TyAnne Stone. 11/29/06. 40a: Envelope addressed to the Primrose Club c/o Mary Pagliero from TyAnne Stone. Item 41: Note nominating Patsy Chaney for membership. 4/24007. 41a: Envelope addressed to Mary Pagliero UWA 22. In other hand, Received April 24. Item 42: Note nominating Sharon Wallace for membership in club. 4/26/07. 42a: Pink envelope “Primrose” In other hand, Received April 26. Item 43: Notecard to Dr. Jones from Dr. Ann Rose Denton. 5/26/07. 43a: Envelope addressed to Dr. Tina Jones. Item 44: Letter accepting invitation to join the Primrose Club from Patsy Chaney. 6/11/07. 44a: Envelope addressed to Ms. Tina Jones from Rev. Patsy Chaney. 6/11/07. Item 45: Letter accepting club membership from Sharon Wallace. 6/12/07. 45a: Envelope addressed to Ms. Tina Jones from Sharon Wallace. 6/12/07. Item 46: Thank you note to club from Margie Hutcheson of RPT Public Library. 6/18/07. 46a: Envelope addressed to The Primrose Club c/o Mary Pagliero. Item 47: Email correspondence between Mary Pagliero and Margaret Hagood concerning programs Item 48: Resignation letter to Pam Hall from Gregor Smith. 8/19/2009 Item 49: Thank you note from Susan B. Cook to The Primrose Club. 4/29/2010
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Folder 11: Awards and Honors

Item 1: Letter from Bethel Fite to Mrs. F.C. Selby, President, Primrose Club,
announcing award in the 1960 Winning Programs Contest. 2/22/60. Item 2: Certificate of Appreciation for “South Vietnam – The Human Needs” Program. Item 3: Letter from Bethel Fite to Mrs. J. B. Thomas, President, Primrose Club, announcing award in the annual Winning Programs Contest. 2/11/69. 3a: Envelope “Honors” from University Alabama Extension Div to Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Item 4: Letter from Bethel Fite to Mrs. Burnell Chaney, President, Primrose Club, announcing award in the annual Winning Programs Contest. 2/14/75. Item 5: “As approved by the Beautification Board, Livingston, Alabama, the enclosed certificate has been awarded for your contributions to the Beautification of the town in the year 1975.” (Typed on narrow strip of paper.) Certificate missing.
Item 6: Livingston Beautification Board Certificate of Appreciation. 3/10/76. Item 7: Alabama Federation of Women’s Clubs award in recognition of outstanding contribution, “President’s Project”. 4/23/77. Item 8: Alabama Federation of Women’s Clubs award in recognition of outstanding contribution Item 9: Livingston Beautification Board Certificate of Appreciation. 5/3/77. Item 10: Livingston Beautification Board Certificate of Appreciation. 5/10/83. Item 11: Eltie E. Haynie/ Annie Lee Jones Award- procedures for nomination [1992]. Item 12: To Dr. Neil Snider from Aileen Nixon nominating Susie Sledge Moon for award. 11/30/92. Item 13: Statement of Nomination for Mrs. Susie Sledge Moon. (3 pages typed.) 11/30/92. Item 14: Letter from Dr. Neil Snider to Mrs. Leslie Nixon, Jr. informing her that Mrs. Moon has been elected to the Library Hall of Fame. 4/2/93. Item 15: Program for Installation service of Eltie E. Haynie – Annie Lee Jones Library Hall of Fame. SF4a.D1.
Folder 12: Anniversaries
Item 1: Gold stamped napkin “The Primrose Club” 70th Anniversary. The Primrose Club celebrating their 90th Anniversary. Sumter County Record, 4/4/91. Item 3: 90th Birthday of Primrose 1991; “Taken at Dorothy Nelson’s 90th Birthday of Primroses” Item 4: Primrose Club celebrates 100 years of service to the community. The Life, student newspaper at The University of West Alabama.[nd.] Item 5: Celebrating 100 Years. Flyer. [nd.] Item 6: Invitation from the Primrose Club to their Centennial Tea. Item 7: Planning committees for Primrose Club’s 100th Birthday Tea. 12/2001. Item 8: Identifying List for 10 photos taken at 100th celebration. 12/2001. Item 9: Newsclipping: “Primrose Club celebrates 110 years of service” 6/9/11
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Folder 13: Flower Shows and Table Settings
(Information about early flower shows and Sumter County’s first flower show sponsored by the Primrose Club for the benefit of the County Library may also be found in Box 3 Folder 2: Minutes of the Primrose Club.)
Item 1: Press Release. Symphony of flowers in the Deep South. I page. (Mrs. Richard Ennis, Livingston Correspondent.) onion skin. 5/12/49. Item 2: Press Release. Many varieties of flowers were exhibited in the Deep South Flower Show presented by the Primrose Club at the Community House . . . 2 pages. Spring 1949. Item 3: Schedule mock up. Spring Flower Festival. 6 half- sheets. 5/6/54 Item 4: Schedule mock up. Count Your Blessings. 7 half-sheets. 4/4/57. 4a: Revised program mock up. 7 half-sheets. 4/4/57. Item 5: Schedule. Southern Treasures. (Notes in margins.) 5/8/58. 5a: Copy 2. (Susie S. Moon penciled on cover). Item 6: Schedule. Fun with Flowers.4/30/59. Item 7: Schedule. Out of this World. 4/28/60. Item 8: Schedule. Spring Potpourri. 4/24/69. Item 9: Schedule. Annual Flower Show. Happiness is – a May flower show. 5/13/70. Item 10: Flower Show Committees. 1 page. Mimeograph. 5/13/70. Item 11: Flyer; Flower Show (Mrs. Don Johnson, Pres.) [n.d.] Item 12: Schedule. Annual Flower Show. April in America. 4/8/71. Item 13: Spring Flower Show. Home – Record Bulletin Board. (Mrs. C. R. Moon.) 1 page. 4/14/71. Item 14: Schedule. Cast Your Ballot for Flowers 4/27/72. Item 15: Schedule. Livingston and her Legacy. 5/3/73. Item 16: Primrose Flower Show. Newsclipping. Thursday, May 16, 1974. Item 17: Schedule. Arts ‘n Flowers. 5/16/74. Item 18: Primrose Club Flower Show Committee. 1 page. 4/17/75. Item 18a: Newsclipping: “Flowering Artistry” 4/30/75 Item 19: Schedule. Reflection of the Past . . . Anticipations of the Future. 4/24/75. Item 20: Spring Gala Tours. A feature of the Beautiful Livingston Project. 1 page. [nd]. Item 21: Our 1976 Schedule America the Beautiful. 5/13/76. 21b: Duties of Livingston Flower Show Committees 2 pages. 21c: America the Beautiful Primrose Flower Show Participants. 2 pages. 21f: Division II – Artistic arrangements. Item 22: Schedule. Annual Flower Show. America the Beautiful. 5/13/76. Item 23: Write up in the Home Record: York flower growers win prizes 5/19/76. Item 24: Duties of Flower Show Committees. 2 pages. [nd]. Item 25: Schedule. Annual Flower Show. The Great Escape . . . 4/28/77. 25a: Copy 2. (K-4-b Primrose Club penciled on cover) 4/28/77. Item 26: Annual Sumter County Flower Show; The Home Record, 4/6/77. Item 27: Flower show to be held; The Home-Record 4/20/77. 27a: Flower Lovers preparing for Spring flower show; The Home-Record 4/20/77. Item 28: Books are the inspiration for a flower show. Birmingham News 4/28/77. Item 29: Winners in Flower Show. The Home-Record 5/4/77. Item 30: 11 Snapshots. (Flower show preparation and display.) May 1977. Item 31: Committee members –mimeograph 4/19/78. Item 32: Schedule. Poetry of Spring. 4/13/78. Item 33: Schedule with Rules insert. Sucharnochee Springtime. 4/25/79. Item 34: Schedule. Sucharnochee Springtime.4/25/79. Item 35: Primrose Club 1979 Flower Show Committee list. Item 36: Try Your Hand at the Primrose Flower Show. (with rules) 5/2/80. Item 37: Primrose Club Flower Show 1980 Committees. Item 38: Booklet – 20th Annual Flower Show Southside Garden Club – Demopolis, AL 4/19/78. Table Settings:
Item 39: Primrose Club Plans Table Setting Gala. (Photo by Naomi Wise and Betty Green.) Sumter County Journal, 5/2/84. Item 40: Schedule. Table Setting Display. A Many-Splendored Year. 5/5/84. Item 41: Committee Assignments for Table Setting Display. 5/5/84. Item 42: Photo. Sumter County Journal, 5/9/84. Item 43: (25) 35mm negatives, 27 color prints of table setting displays. [1984?]
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Folder 14: Miscellaneous

Item 1: Poem written by Mrs. Spratt A little nonsense, now and then, . . (Orlean upper left corner.)
Item 2: Our Southern Home. Talk delivered over WAPI by Hon. Jenkins Jackson at the time of the salute to Sumter County by Protective Life Insurance Co.: The Gamecock County. 5 pages. Item 3: The American Way. Patriotic essay, circa World War II. 6 pages. (pencil). (text incomplete). Item 4: The Drama meeting. Notes to introduce a presentation on Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town”. 2 Item 5: Typed carbon. (text inc.) 1 page. (anon) [nd]. Item 6: Folder: Ruby Pickens Tartt/ Primrose Club
6a: A tribute to Miss Ruby Newspaper article. 1/27/50. 6b: Proclamation given to Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt at her retirement from the Sumter County 6c: Nightfall: Resignation of Ruby Pickens Tartt from Primrose Club. 2 pages. 4/27/62. 6d: For immediate release re portrait of Elisha Ashe Young. News Bureau, R. B. Gilbert. 6e: Still in orbit, but gas is mighty low. 4 pages. Draft essay. [nd]. 6ee: Copy 2. (photocopy). [nd]. Miscellaneous notes : April 1923 civic committee. . .”8 pages. (ink, 5 x 6.25) [nd]. 6g: To the Primrose Club re: Mrs. Adair Young. [nd]. 6h: Incidentally – Books and other things 3 pages. (Ink)[nd.] From an old Livingston Paper 1 page. ( ink) [ nd]. Jan. 12, 1939 Star Spangled Banner of Peace 1 page. ( ink) [ nd]. 6k: Certain subjects are worth returning to . . . 2 pages.( pencil) [ nd]. 6L: The following dates with comments (by me) and . . . (Backside of ballot sheet) [ nd]. 6m: Notes on Circuit Court ledger paper. 1 page. ( pencil) [ nd]. 6n: Jo Tartt elected Sept 1940. . . 1 page. [ nd]. In Freedom’s Cause: The Menace of UAW-CIO Coercion. Address by Herbert V. Kohler. Program. Piano Recital. Joseph E. Lammers. 1 page. 5/29/59. Beta Talent Night Program. 1 page. Mimeograph. 11/19/65. Item 10: “Primrose Club 1974-1975” 14 Banded index cards. [E. Haynie]. [1974]. Item 11: Harpist visits Livingston [for] Christmas Program. Newspaper photo, Mrs. Majrorie Tyre. Item 12: Miss Manners on Table Settings. Small Newsclipping. [nd] Item 13: “Primrose Club 9-24-76” 6 Banded index cards [E. Haynie] 9/24/76. Item 14: “Primrose Club 10-29-76” 6 Banded index cards [E. Haynie] 10/29/76. Item 15: Composition notebook. Sporadic notes for Club minutes? in clear plastic bag. [1924-1925] Item 16: Mock-ups for ’47-’48 yearbook. (In clear plastic bag). Item 17: Notes on steno pad re: “Primrose”, flower, and some answers to a quiz. 5 pages. (anon.)[ Item 18: Watercolor of the Great Lakes [R P T?] Item 19: It’s a fact: Quiz 1 page. [1974] Item 20: Highlights of the history of the club. A collection of paper keys numbering 1 – 30. 20a: In 1901, Miss Eleanor Churchill Gibbs . . . (#1) 20b: The group met every Saturday morning . . . (#2) 20c: Later, presumably in late 1901 . . . (#3) 20d: An article in the local news invited all women . . . (#4) 20e: The next month, a news release stated . . (#5) 20f: Dues were apparently five cents . . . (#6) 20g: The first president of the Primrose Club was Miss Anna Chapman . . . (#7) 20h: The first theme for study was “The Renaissance” . . . (#8) 20i: The first meeting: “25 women gathered March 7, 1902 . . . (#9) 20l: The reporter declared, “Too much praise cannot . . . “ (#12) 20m: Early meeting were held semi-monthly . . . (#13) 20n: In 1905, the Primrose Club organized Livington Library . . . (#14) 20o: The Club leased the Probate Judge’s old office . . . (#15) 20q: For 33 years, the club paid all expenses . . . (#17) 20r: They worked diligently . . . (#18) 20t: Records show that from the earliest years . . . (#20) 20u: In October 1917, the Primrose club added the restroom . . . (#21) 20w: One notation says Primrose raised over $1000 . . . (#23) 20x: In April 1933, the Conservation chairman . . . (#24) 20bb: That Mrs. H. L. Mellen suggested . . . (#28) 20cc: In March 1942, the membership voted . . . (#29) Item 22: My Verse by Lillian Jackson Coleman. Item 24: Presentation to the Primrose Club by Ed D. Roach. (14 typed pages) 10/25/01. 24a: Marker. compliments of Ed Roach, President’s office. Item 25: Program. Livingston University Concert Choir and the L. U. Singers. [1981]. Item 26: Primrose Club roster 1998-1999. Item 27: Notecard. Thanks to speaker & hostel Linda Edmonds. [n.d.] Item 28: Boxed Picture Tree. (Housed separately in Prestige Spring Water box)
Item 29: Help support the Heart Fund Sumter County Record Journal n.d
Item 33: Flyer for Pioneer Families of Sumter County Item 34: Children of the Village Network, Inc Resolutions Vol1, Issue 3 (4pgs)
Primrose Club Collection:
Box 3 Primrose Club Minutes

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Folder 1: (Scrapbook recording Primrose Club Agenda, Officers, and Committee Chairs
for calendar year 1925-1926. Includes news items relating to the geographic
topics discussed in the Club’s programs as well as a colorful
narrative/minutes.) (Condition: fragile.)
Item 1: Abroad at Home. Scrapbook. Mrs. William H. Ziegler. Primrose Club 1925-1926. 1a: Letter to Mrs. T. F. Seale from Mrs. J. W. Brock, New Brockton, Ala. 11/15/27.
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Folder 2:
(Loose minutes)
Item 1: Title page: “These are early Primrose Club minutes compiled by Ruby Pickens Tartt. These minute are not to be removed from the Sumter County Library. A book containing many minutes was destroyed when Mrs. Garret Ennis’ home burned. “ February 2, 1965. Item 2: Second title page: Articles copied from Our Southern Home. Minutes copied & compiled by Ruby Pickens Tartt, May and June, 1962. Item 3: The Primrose Club: A new literary society in Livingston. 1 page. Jan. 22, 1902. 3b: Copy 3. (carbon copy w/ blue ink.) 3c: Our Southern Home. A new literary society in Livingston. 1 page. Jan. 22, 1902. Item 4: Our Southern Home. Program for meeting of March 4, 1902. 1 page. February 26,1902. Item 5: The Primrose Club. Minutes of March 7, 1902. Much interest being taken in the Meetings and Studies . . . 1 page. March 7, 1902. Item 6: Our Southern Home. Primrose Club March 7th. 1 page. March 12, 1902. Item 7: Our Southern Home. Primrose Club April 1, 1902. 1 page. April 9, 1902. Item 8: Our Southern Home. Primrose Club April 15, 1902. In our last comment upon the club we erred . . . 2 pages. April 23, 1902. Item 9: Our Southern Home. The last meeting of the Primrose Club was unique . . . 1 page. May 7, Item 10: Our Southern Home. The very name, Raphael, . . . . 2 pages. May 28, 1902. Item 11: Our Southern Home. It has been said that it indicates a high water-mark of civilization. . . Item 12: Our Southern Home. The following is the program for the next meeting of the Primrose Club. 1 page. November 12, 1902. Item 13: Our Southern Home. Those who met with Mrs. Quarles as Leader and Mrs. Lawrence as hostess will not forget the occasion. . . 1 page. November 26, 1902. Item 14: Our Southern Home. On Tuesday, Dec. 2, the Primrose Club, with Miss Margaret Sprott as leader. 1 page. December 24, 1902. Item 15: Our Southern Home. The Primrose Club has, as Silas Wegg would say, “dropped into poetry”. . . 2 pages. January 7, [1903]. Item 16: Our Southern Home. To strike a key note . . . 1 page. E.C.G. February 4, 1903. Item 17: Our Southern Home On Tuesday night, May 26. . . 1 page. E.C.G. June 3, 1903. Item 18: Our Southern Home. Tuesday evening, Nov. 3 . . . 1 page. November 11, 1903. Item 19: Minutes of Primrose Club. November 22, 1912. Item 20: (Southern Cattlemen’s Association stationary) A called meeting of the Primrose Club was held . . . 1 page. (Pencil.) ( Mrs. Fred Jones.) Friday, August 22, 1919. 20b: Transcription of minutes of August 1919. 1 page. ( ink.) Item 21: Sheaf of handwritten comments re: Primrose Club meetings. 20 numbered pages. (November 1932 – March 1941.) (Missing: 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, & 18). [R. P. T.] Item 22: November, 1932. The regular Nov. meeting was held at the lovely . . . 2 pages. (Hettie 22a: November, 1932. Meeting of Primrose Club - 1 page. Additions. [ R.PT]. Item 23: January 1933. 1 page. (Mrs. Sisk, Rec. Sec.) 23a: January 1933 minutes. 1 page. Additions, [ R. P. T.] 23b: Excerpts from January 1933 meeting. 1 page. Item 24: Minutes of the Primrose Club, March 1933 meeting. Hostess – Mrs. Parker. 1 page. (Mrs. 24a: March 1933 meeting of the Primrose Club. 1 legal page. Additions. Item 25: Minutes of the Primrose Club – Meeting of September 23, 1938. 1 page. (Mrs. David Bryan, 25a: Minutes of the Primrose Club – Meeting of September 23, 1938. 1 page. Item 26: Minutes of Primrose Club – October 28, 1938 meeting. 1 page. (Eleanor Ennis, Sec.) 26a: Minutes of Primrose Club – October 28, 1938 meeting. 1 page. Additions. Item 27: Minutes of Primrose Club – Meeting of November 25, 1938.1 page. (Eleanor Ennis, Sec). 27a: Minutes of Primrose Club – Meeting of November 25, 1938. 1 page. Additions. Item 28: Minutes of Primrose Club – Meeting of December 15, 1938. 1 page. (Adair C. Young, 28a: Minutes of Primrose Club – Meeting of December 15, 1938. 1 page. Additions. Item 29: Minutes of Primrose Club – Meeting of January 27, 1939. 1 page. (Eleanor Ennis, Item 30: Minutes of Primrose Club – February 25, 1939 meeting. 1 page. (Eleanor Ennis , Sec.) Item 31: Minutes of Primrose Club – March 31, 1939 meeting. 1 page. (Eleanor Ennis, Sec.) Item 32: Our Southern Home. Thursday, April 13, 1939. 1 page. Item 33: Our Southern Home. April 27, 1939. Flower Show In County Is Set For May 17, 1939. 1 Item 34: Our Southern Home. April 27, 1939. Primrose Club Met with . . . 1 page. Item 35: Our Southern Home. May 18, 1939. Flower Show A Successful Event. 1 page. Item 36: Our Southern Home. Thursday, May 18, 1939. Flower Show . . . Additions. Item 37: Our Southern Home. June 1, 1939. Primrose Club’s Final Meeting. 1 page. Item 38: Minutes/excerpts – In January, 1933, the minutes of the Primrose Club mentioned . . . . 2 (January 1933 – March 22, 1940) Item 39: Minutes of the Primrose Club – January 23, 1942. Met at the home of . . . Also entries for Item 40: Minutes of Primrose Club – April 24, 1942. (carbon copy). Item 41: Cordovan folder ( contained early Primrose Club Minutes).
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Folder 3:
(Beginning with a list of current (1948) members, this ledger contains the
club’s Minutes, written in ink, in various hands, from May 27, 1948 to May 22,

Item 1: S. E. Ledger: Minutes of the Primrose Club continued . . . 1948.
1a: Notes on parliamentary procedure. (½ page, light blue.) 9/23/49. SF4a.D2.
Folder 4:
(4 years of Minutes, handwritten in ink, in various hands, Sept 25, 1953 – May
24, 1957.)

Item 1: S. E. Ledger no. 1750: Primrose Club, Sept 1953 – May 1957.
1a: Last page of ledger (p.88) Loose. Contains notation (penciled) crediting (1.) Mrs. H. L. Miller with original suggestion for an annual Flower Show, and ( 2.) Mrs. W. P. Tartt for discovering construction date of ‘present’ building, ‘1881’. [nd].
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Folder 5: (Beginning with an attendance list of the membership for the years 1962-1963,
this ledger contains the club’s Minutes, written in various hands, from Sept 28
1962 to May 15, 1970.)

Item 1: Single Entry Ledger: Primrose Club, September 1962 – May 15, 1970.
1a: 5th page of ledger - loose. Minutes for 1/25/63.
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Folder 6: (Loose pages of informal Minutes/ notes/ or transcriptions of Minutes,
5/23/69 – 5/15/70.)
Item 1: Primrose Club meeting, May 23, 1969. 6 pages. 5/23/69. Item 2: Primrose Club meeting October 24, 1969. 1 page. 10/24/69. Item 3: Primrose Club meeting Nov. 14, 1969. 4 pages. 11/14/69. Item 4: Primrose Club meeting Dec. 5, 1969. 2 pages. 12/5/69 4a: P. 115; Minutes of Dec.5, 1969 meeting to be read 1/23/70. 1 page. [1/70.] Item 5: Primrose Club meeting Jan. 23, 1970. (Two ½ sheets paper.) 1/23/70 Item 6: Primrose Club meeting Feb. 27, 1970. 5 pages. 2/27/70. Item 7: Primrose Club meeting 3/27/1970. 2 pages. (Backside. Poem by Lillian Coleman written after the death of President Roosevelt. The Chief Lies Dead.) 3/27/70. Item 8: Minutes for March meeting to be read at April meeting. 2 pages. [4/70]. Item 9: Primrose Club meeting April 24, 1970. 2 pages. (pencil) 4/24/70. Item 10: Minutes for meeting Friday, April 24, 1970. 3 pages. 4/24/70. Item 11: P. 127; Includes notes for minutes of club meeting May 15, 1970. 3 pages. [5/70.] 11a: List of popular fiction/non-fiction 1965-1970. SF4a.D2.
Folder 7:
Single Entry Ledger

Item 1: Ledger beginning with Attendance Sheet, Primrose Club of Livingston,
Alabama, Membership, 1970-1971, records the official Minutes and notes for
minutes appended to the corresponding meeting. September 25, 1970 –
September 1984.)
1a: Notes for minutes. (3 pages attached to P. 61). 9/21/74. 1b: A motion was made to notify a club member (small sheet paper attached to P.188.) 1c: Minutes for November 20, 1981. 1 page attached to P. 211 (typed italics). 11/81. 1d: Minutes for January 28, 1983. (1 small sheet typed italics attached to P.231.) 1/28/83. 1e: Minutes for ? March 1983?. (1 small sheet attached to P. 235). 3/83. Minutes for May 27, 1983. (1 page attached to P.239). 5/27/83. 1g: Sumter County Museum Showcase recommendations. (1 page attached to P. 239). 5/27/83. 1h: Small notecard. Flower show at nursing home (attached to P. 239). 5/83. Minutes for November 18, 1983. (1 page attached to P 247). 11/18/83. Committee assignments for Table Setting display. (attached to P. 252).1/84. 1k: Minutes for meeting February 24, 1984. (attached to P. 253). [2/84] 1L: Report of the Nominating Committee of the Primrose Club. Margaret Charter Lyon. (1 page attached to P. 258). 4/28/84.
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Folder 7a:
(Loose pages of minutes, etc. March 26, 1987 – May 25, 1989)
Item 1: Minutes for Thursday, March 26 [1987]. 1 page. Item 2: News notice to Gay Guin: September 25, 1988. 1 page. Item 3: News notice to Gay Guin: December 10, 1988. 1 page. Item 4: Primrose Club Roll 1989-90. 2 pages. Item 5: News notice to Gay Guin: September 29, 1989. 1 page. Item 6: News release to local paper. December 8, 1989. 1 page. Item 7: Minutes for May 25, 1989. 1 page. (Copy).
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Folder 8:
(Official minutes from Sept. 1984 – May 1994.)
RECORD (Blue-Green Book) Primrose Club inked on cover.(1st pg. list of
followed by minutes from September 1984). 1a: Foundation gives 10 free trees. (attached to P. 52). Newspaper clipping [n.d.]. 1b: Note in green ink on small sheet yellow paper Look at By-laws. . . attached to P. 138. [n.d.]. 1c: Letterhead with Patsy Derby Chaney . . . attached to P. 140. 4/20/92.
(The following items are loosely enclosed in envelopes at the end of the record book.)
Item 2: The Primrose Club met on October 28, 1993 Item 3: The Primrose Club met on November 18, 1993. Item 4: The Primrose Club met on January 27, 1994. Item 5: The Primrose Club met on February 24, 1994. Item 6: The Primrose Club met on March 24, 1994. Item 7: The Primrose Club met on April 28, 1994. Item 8: The Primrose Club held its final meeting of the year on May 27, 1994.
In envelope entitled Honorary Membership Report March 24, 1994
:
Item 9: Honorary Membership Report – a copy of excerpts from the minutes 1986-90 is included in this report. 3+ scrap pages. 3/24/94. 9c: Notes from minutes on question of honorary membership. 1 page.
In envelope entitled Bylaws 1989
pasted to back inside cover.
Also see Box 1 Folder 2 (SF41.D2.F.2) for more information on By-laws of the
organization.
Item 10: Old By-Laws before Revision. 3 pages. 10a: Copies of Bylaws before and after revision in 1989 – with changes noted in pen. 10b: Revised 1-26-’89 Bylaws. 3 pages.
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Folder 9:

Item 1: 1994-1995 attendance sheet
Item 19: April 25, 1996 minutes (2 pages) Item 64: Planning committees for 100th Birthday tea Item 100: March 25, 2004 minutes (2 pgs.) Item 104: October 28, 2004 minutes (2 pgs.) Item 110: April 28, 2005 minutes (2 pgs.) Item 126: January 25, 2007 minutes (3 pgs.) Item 128: nd [March 2007?] minutes (2 pgs.) Item 129: April 26, 2007 minutes (2 pgs.)
Primrose Club Collection

Box 4 Year Books: (1909-1910) – 1917

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Folder 1:
Item 1: Year Book for Primrose Club. “Countries of Northern Europe.” 1909-1910. (Margaret Sprott penciled on cover). Item 2: Year Book for Primrose Club. “Shakespeare.” 1910-1911. (Scruggs, 1st Year Books I have Item 3: Year Book for Primrose Club. 1911-1912. Item 4: Year Book for Primrose Club. 1912-1913 (Mrs. E.W. Young penciled on cover). Item 5: Year Book for Primrose Club. 1913-1914. (Adair C. Young inked on cover.) Poor condition. 5a: Newspaper clipping. “Illiteracy . . .” Item 7: Year Book for Primrose Club. 1914-1915. “Drama, Music and Notable Women. Flower: Primrose. Colors: Yellow and White. Motto: Some there by that by due steps aspire / To lay their just hands on that golden key / That ope’s the palace of eternity, / To such my errand is.—Milton.” (Mrs. Young inked on cover). Item 9: Year Book. 1915. (Ruby Pickens Tartt penciled on cover.) Item 10: Year Book. 1915. Unbound & tied with string. (Adair C. Young, “inexplicable” penciled on Item 11: Year Book. 1917. (Mrs. Joe Patton penciled on cover).
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Folder 2: Year Books: 1920 – (1929-1930)
Item 1: Year Book. Primrose Club, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty. (Adair C. Young, year, inked Item 2: Year Book for Primrose Club. “Hispanic America.” 1921-1922. (Mrs. E.A. Young penciled Item 3: Year Book. 1921-1922. (Sara Patton penciled on cover.) Loose page. c. 2. Item 4: LOGO [Year Book]. (“1922-1923”, Young, penciled on cover.) Item 5: Year Book. 1922-1923. Binding loose. c. 2 5a: “Convict lease”. (News clipping). Item 6: Year Book. Primrose Club 1923-1924.(Ruby Pickens Tartt Livingston, Ala inked on cover.) Item 7: Year Book. 1923-1924. (Adair C. Young penciled on cover.) c. 2. Item 8: Year Book. 1924-1925. (Mrs. H.H. Patton penciled on cover.) Item 9: Year Book. 1924-1925. (Young penciled on cover.) c. 2. Item 10: Year Book. 1924-1925. (Mrs. Joe Patton inked on cover.) c. 3. Item 11: Primrose Club Year Book, (carbon copy in loose sheets within pamphlet – “The Library of Entertainment: a thousand hours of enjoyment with the world’s great writers”) 1925-1926. (Yearbook contained, 1925-1926, penciled on cover.) Item 12: Year Book. 1926-1927. An Outline Course in the English Bible. VOL. 4, No. 6 March 1924. University of Alabama Extension Division. “A Course of Study Especially Designed for Alabama Women by George Lang. 1924.” ([A] Patton penciled on cover.) Item 13: Year Book. 1926-1927. (Mrs. C. R. Moon inked on cover.) c. 2. Item 14: Year Book. 1927-1928 Studies in the Modern English Novel VOL. III, No. 10, February 1, 1924. University Extension Division. University of North Carolina Extension Bulletin. “A Program for Women’s Clubs by George McKie”. (Mrs. W.W. Patton penciled on cover.) Item 15: Year Book. 1927-1928. (Mrs. Joe Patton inked on cover.) c. 2. Item 16: Year Book. Primrose Club Livingston Alabama 1929-. Gold leaf. Item 17: Year Book. 1929. (Mrs. R.? Ennis penciled on cover.) Item 18: Year Book. 1929. (Sisk and Young penciled on back cover.) c. 3. Item 19: Year Book. 1929. (Mrs. E.A. Young in ink and pencil on cover.) c. 4. (in PVC bag).
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Folder 3: Year Books: (1930-1931) – (1938-1939)
Item 1: Year Book. 1930-1931. (Mrs. E.A. Young inked on cover.) 2a: “Miss Patterson makes good in new play”. (News clipping.) Item 3: Year Book. 1930-1931. (McGriff inked on cover). c. 3. Item 7: Year Book. 1931-1932. (Mrs. White inked on cover.) c. 2. Item 8: Year Book. 1931-1932. (Young penciled on cover.) c. 3. Item 11: “Calendar of the Primrose Club” 1933-1934. Item 12: “Calendar of the Primrose Club” 1933-1934. (Mrs. Young penciled on cover.) c. 2. Item 13: “Calendar of the Primrose Club” 1934-1935. (A.C. Young penciled on cover.) Item 14: “Calendar of the Primrose Club” 1934-1935. c. 2. Item 15: Year Book. (Miniature). 1935-1936. (Mrs. E.A. Young penciled on cover.) Item 16: Year Book. (Miniature). 1935-1936. c. 2. Item 17: Year Book. A Club Study Program. “A Better Understanding of Latin America.” Item 18: Year Book. University of Alabama Extension: A Club Study Program. “Keeping up with the arts.” 1938-1939. (Miss Alta Patton inked on cover.) Item 19: Year Book. 1938-1939. (Mrs. W.W. Patton inked on cover.) c. 2. Item 20: Year Book. 1938-1939. (Mrs. E.A. Young inked on cover.) c. 3. Item 21: Year Book. University of Alabama Extension Division: A Study Club Program. “Among Contemporary Arts.” 1939-1940. (Young penciled on cover.) Item 22: Year Book. 1939-1940. (Handwritten notes on back page). c. 2.
Primrose Club Collection:

Folder 1: Year Books: (1940-1941) – (1949-1950)
Item 1: Year Book. Primrose Study Club. 1940-1941. Item 2: Year Book. 1940-1941. (Susie S. Moon, penciled on cover) c. 2. Item 3: Year Book. Primrose Study Club. 1941-1942. Item 4: Year Book. 1942 - 1943. (Primrose Club, Eagle insignia,1942-3 stenciled and hand- (Year Books for this season have hand-coloring.) (Eltie E. Haynie inked on cover.)
Item 5: Year Book. 1942-1943. Notes. (anon.) c. 2. Item 6: Year Book. 1942-1943. (Mrs. Joe Patton, inked, United we Conquer, 1952 penciled on Item 7: Year Book. 1942- 1943. (R. P. T. initialed by illustration.) c. 4. Item 8: Year Book. 1943-1944. ( “The Embattled Farmer” , a minuteman from the Revolutionary on cover). (Yearbooks for this season are also illustrated.) (Susie S. Moon, 43-44,
Item 9: Year Book. 1943-1944. (Year penciled on cover.) c. 2. Item 10: Year Book. 1943-1944. (Year penciled on cover.) c. 3. Item 11: Year Book. 1943-1944. (Pen and Ink character sketch of Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin on cover.) (Eltie E. Haynie inked on cover.) c. 4. 11a: Index card. Waves, Red Cross, Wacs, Marines. Item 12: Year Book. 1943-1944. (Watercolor of 3 soldiers shouldering duffle bags on cover.) Item 13: Year Book. 1944-1945. (Sumter County Library, Pen & Ink by Ruby Pickens Tartt on cover). Item 14: Year Book. 1944-1945. (Young inked on cover.) c. 2. 14a: “Charter written at San Francisco”. News clipping. 14b: “Top Problems of the Government Post-war.” News clipping. Item 17: Year Book. 1945-1946. (Eltie E. Haynie penciled on cover). 17a: . Index card. “Committees for 1946-’47 (ink). Item 18: Year Book. 1945-1946. Notes. (Pencil marks on cover). (Adair C. Young inside cover) c. 2. Item 20: Year Book. 1945-1946. (McGriff inked on cover.) c. 4. 22a: “Collect for Clubwomen” Half-sheet. ( typed). 22b: “Collect for Clubwomen” attrib. Mary Stewart. Half-sheet. ( carbon copy) 22c: Index card. “Mme. Tillman” Item 23: Year Book. 1946-1947. (Young inked on cover) c. 3. Item 24: Year Book. 1946-1947. (R.P.T. K-4-b Primrose Club, penciled, see inside back, inked on Item 25: Year Book. 1946-1947. c. 5. Item 26: Year Book. 1947-1948. (E. E. Haynie inked on cover.) c. 1. Item 27: Year Book. 1947-1948. (Mrs. Moon inked on inside cover.) c. 2. Item 28: Year Book. 1947-1948. Notes. c. 3. 28a: Index card. “Why do we go to the movies?” ( pencil) Item 29: Year Book. 1947-1948. Notes. c. 4. Item 32: Year Book. 1948-1949. (Eltie E. Haynie inked on cover.) 32a: “Minutes of Annie Grace Mellen P.T.A.” 32b: Child’s postcard to Miss Eltie Haynie. Item 34: Year Book. 1948-1949. (Mrs. C.R. Moon on inside cover.) c. 3. Item 36: Year Book. 1949-1950. (County scholarship fund inked on back) 37a: “Literature and Library” Eighth sheet. (Mrs. Young in pencil.) Item 39: Year Book. 1949-1950. Notes. (2nd Sunday Pilgrim penciled on cover.) c.4. 39a: “The Unproveable.” News clipping. Folder 2: Year Books: (1950-1951) – (1959-1960)

Item 1: Year Book. 1950-1951. (50th Anniversary inked in red, year inked on cover.)
2a: “Grand Canyon Suite” by Ferde Grofe. (Typed original on onion skin paper.) Item 4: Year Book. 1950-1951. (Young inked on cover). c.4. 4a: “American poets answer questions on their art”. News clipping. Item 5: Year Book. 1950-1951. Unesco Gift Stamp on cover. (Mrs. C.R. Moon inked on cover) c.5. Item 6: Year Book. 1950-1951. (Sara Patton inked on cover). c. 6. Item 7: Year Book. 1951-1952. (Susie S. Moon, year, inked on cover.) Item 8: Year Book. 1951-1952. (Eltie E. Haynie inked on cover.) c.2. Item 9: Year Book. 1951-1952. (Young inked on cover.) c.3. Item 10: Year Book. 1951-1952. (McGriff, year, inked on cover.) c.4. Item 11: Year Book. 1952-1953. (Year52-53 penciled on cover.) Item 12: Year Book. 1952-1953. (McGriff inked on cover.) c.2. Item 13: Year Book. 1952-1953. (Year inked on cover.) c.3. Item 14: Year Book. !952-1953. (Year inked on cover.) c.4. Item 15: Year Book 1953-1954. (Susie S. Moon inked on cover.) Item 16: Year Book. 1953-1954. [R.P.T.] (“1954, dates” inked on cover.) c.2. Item 17: Year Book. 1953-1954. (Mrs. Senff, leader, penciled on cover.) Item 18: Year Book. 1954-1955. (Mrs. W.P. Tartt inked on cover.) Item 19: Year Book. 1954-1955. (Susie S. Moon inked on cover.) c.3. Item 20: Year Book. 1954-1955. (McGriff inked on cover.) c.4. Item 21: Year Book. 1955-1956. (Susie S. Moon, inked on cover.) Item 23: Year Book. 1955-1956. (McGriff inked on cover.) c.3. Item 24: Year Book. 1955-1956. (Library organized – 1903 by Primrose Club penciled on cover.) c.4. Item 25: Year Book. 1956-1957. (McGriff inked on cover.) Item 26: Year Book. 1956-1957. Notes. (Eltie E. Haynie penciled on cover.) c.2. 26a: “James Fenimore Cooper”. Small illus. folio - Book cover with quotation. 26b: “Washington Square”. Small illus. folio - Book cover with quotation. 26c: “Carl Sandburg”. Small illus. folio - Book cover with quotation. 26e Quiz: On theme: The Length and Breadth of America. 2 pages. Mimeograph. 26f: Index card. Divisions and Roles in Primrose Club membership. 26g: Miscellaneous list of club officers. 3 index cards. Item 27: Year Book. 1956-1957. Notes. (Susie S. Moon inked on cover.) c.3. 27a: “John Steinbeck”. Small illus. folio- Book cover with quotation. Item 30: Year Book. 1957-1958. .[E.H] c.2 Item 31: Year Book. 1957-1958. (Susie S. Moon inked on cover.) c.3. Item 35: Year Book. 1958-1959. Notes. (Eltie Haynie inked on cover.) c.3. Item 37: Year Book. 1959-1960. (Mrs. C.R. Moon on cover.). Item 38: Year Book. 1959-1960. (Miss Eltie Haynie penciled on cover.) c.2. Item 39: Year Book. 1959-1960. (Mrs. A. M. Lyon inked on cover.) c.3. 39a: “University of Ala Extension Div . . . (folded 8.5 x 11)
Primrose Club Collection:


Year Books: (1960-1961) – (2006-2007)
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Bundle 1: (1960-1961) – (1964-1965)

Item 1: Year Book. 1960-1961. (Mrs. W. P. Tartt inked on cover.).
Item 2: Year Book. 1960-1961. (Mrs. C. R. Moon inked on cover.) c.2. 2b: Poem by James Martineau, Expressive Silence. Item 3: Year Book. 1960-1961. (Miss Eltie Haynie, date, inked on cover.) c.3. Item 4: Year Book. 1961-1962. (Susie S. Moon, date, inked on cover.). Item 5: Year Book. 1961-1962. (Young, date, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 6: Year Book. 1961-1962. (Miss Haynie, date, inked on cover.) c.3. Item 7: Year Book. 1962-1963. (Susie S. Moon, date, inked on cover.) Item 8: Year Book. 1962-1963. (Mrs. Young, date, penciled on cover.) c.2. 8a: “I found this poem in the scrapbook of my mother, Lillian J. Coleman – (Nell Coleman Ennis) Mimeograph. 12/14/62. Item 9: Year Book. 1962-1963. (Eltie Haynie, date, inked on cover.) c.3. 9b: “Sara Coleman Ennis”. “Chilton Girl . . .” News clipping. Item 10: Year Book. 1963-1964. (Eltie Haynie, date, inked on cover.) 10a: “In Memorium to Mary Atkinson” Item 11: Year Book. 1963-1964. (Susie S. Moon, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 12: Year Book. 1963-1964. (Mrs.Young, date, penciled on cover.) c.3. Item 14: Year Book. 1964-1965. (Susie S. Moon, date, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 15: Year Book. 1964-1965 (Eltie E. Haynie inked on cover) c.3 SF4a.D3.
Bundle 2: (1965-1966) – (1969-1970)
1a: “Christmas Symbols Revere Christ Child”. News clipping. Item 4: Year Book. 1966-1967. (Susie S. Moon, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 6: Year Book. 1967-1968. (Eltie Haynie, date, inked on cover.) 6a: Small envelope & card addressed to Miss Eltie Haynie, Corres. Sec. Item 7: Year Book. 1967-1968. (Susie S. Moon, date, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 9: Year Book. 1968-1969. (Susie S. Moon, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 12: Year Book. 1969-1970. (Naomi Wise, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 13: Year Book. 1969-1970. (Susie S. Moon, date, inked on cover.) c.3. Item 14: Year Book. 1969-1970. (Eltie E. Haynie, date, inked on cover.) c.4.
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Bundle 3: (1970-1971) – (1974-1975)
Item 1: Year Book. 1970-1971. (Eltie E. Haynie, date, penciled on cover.) 1a: Notes on various events, finances etc. “1901 Constitution amended 301 times” 1b: Index card.Subjects covered since 1956. 1c: Paper napkin, “70th Anniversary of the Primrose Club.” Item 2: Year Book. 1970-1971. “Special Edition in commemoration of the 70th Anniversary Item 3: Year Book. 1970-1971. (Naomi Wise inked on cover). c.3. 3a: Notes on arranging and preserving horticulture. Item 4: Year Book. 1971-1972. (Haynie, date, inked on cover.) 4a: Small card. (signed, Shirley.) Item 5: Year Book. 1971-1972. (Wise, inked on cover.) c.2. 5a: Report of Finance Committee. 1971-1972. Mimeograph. Item 6: Year Book. 1971-1972. (Susie S. Moon, date, inked on cover.) c.3. 6a: “Major Dynasties in Chinese History.” 2 pages. Mimeograph. Item 7: Year Book. 1972-1973. (Eltie E. Haynie, date, inked on cover.) 7b: “Kiwanis Boosts Camp for Handicapped” The Birmingham News, Dec. 7, 1972. Item 8: Year Book. 1972-1973. (Naomi Wise, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 10: Year Book. 1973-1974. (Haynie, date, penciled on cover.) Item 11: Year Book. 1973-1974. (N. Wise, penciled on cover.) c.2. Item 12: Year Book. 1973-1974. (Moon inked, Fluker, date, penciled on cover.) c.3. Item 13: Year Book. 1974-1975. (Eltie Haynie, date, inked on cover.) 13b: Index card. Notes from meeting 2/28/75. 13c: Index card. “Executive Committee”. Item 14: Year Book. 1974-1975. (Naomi Wise, date, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 15: Year Book. 1974-1975. (Margaret Lyon, date, inked on cover.) c.3. 15a: Slip of paper with phone number for Mr. Charles Doster.
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Bundle 4: (1975-1976) – (1979-1980)
Item 1: Year Book. The Primrose Club Diamond Jubilee 1901-1976 on title page.1975-1976. (Margaret Lyon, date, inked on cover.) Item 2: Year Book. 1975-1976. (N. Wise, penciled on cover.) c.2. 2a: Index card. Wayne Sparks, Asst. V. P. McMillan & Co. Bankers. Item 3: Year Book. 1975-1976. (M. Janes, penciled on cover.) c.3. Item 4: Year Book. The Primrose Club Diamond Jubilee on title page.1976-1977. Item 5: Year Book. 1976-1977. (M. Janes, penciled on cover.) c.2. Item 7: Year Book. 1977-1978. (M. Janes, penciled on cover.) Item 8: Year Book. 1977-1978. (N. Wise, date, penciled on cover.) Item 9: Year Book. 1977-1978. (M. Lyon, penciled on cover.) c.2. Item 10: Year Book. 1978-1979. (Naomi Wise, date, inked on cover.) Item 11: Year Book. 1978-1979. c.2. (Margaret Lyons inside cover) Item 12: Year Book. 1978-1979. c.3. (Marcia Janes inside cover) 12a: “Roll Tide Orchestra Group, Feb.13, 8:00.” Small piece of paper. Item 13: Year Book. 1979-1980. (Naomi Wise inked inside cover.) Item 14: Year Book. 1979-1980. c.2. (Marcia Janes inside cover.) Item 15: Year Book. 1979-1980. c.3. (Margaret Lyons inside cover.) SF4a.D3.
Bundle 5: (1980-1981) – (1984-1985)

Item 1: Year Book. 1980-1981.
Item 3: Year Book. 1980-1981. c.3. (Naomi Wise inside cover.) 4a: “Primrose Club Officers, 1982-84”. Item 5: Year Book. 1981-1982. c.2. (Naomi Wise inside cover.) Item 6: Year Book. 1981-1982. c.3. (Marcia Janes inside cover.) Item 7: Year Book. 1982-1983. (Marcia Janes inside cover.) Item 8: Year Book. 1982-1983. (Betty Green, date, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 9: Year Book. 1982-1983. (Naomi Wise, date, inked on cover.) c.3. 9a: Note. “Living, Learning & Loving” Dr. Leo Buscaglia. 9b: Outline of meeting’s parliamentary procedures. Item 12: Year Book. 1983-1984. (N. Wise, inked on cover.) c.3. 12a: Index card. Parliamentary procedure. 12c: “Primrose Club, 1984-1985 year, -- Committees” Item 13: Year Book. 1984-1985. (Naomi Wise, inked on cover.) 13a: “Primrose Club, 1984-1985 year, -- Committees” Item 14: Year Book. 1984-1985. (Marcia Janes, date, inked on cover.) c.2.
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Bundle 6: (1985-1986) – (1989-1990)

Item 1: Year Book. 1985-1986. (Marcia Janes, date, inked on cover.)
Item 2: Year Book. 1985-1986. (Naomi Wise, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 3: Year Book. 1986-1987. (N. Wise, inked on cover.) Item 4: Year Book. 1986-1987. (Phone numbers in pencil on cover.) c.2. 4a: Memo to Marcia Janes re: Mrs. Jolley, Director, Economic and Community Affairs, The University of Alabama. 3/16/87. 4b: Introduction to Mary Allen Jolley. 1 page. Item 6: Year Book. 1987-1988. (Margaret Gilbert inked on back) c.2. Item 8: Year Book. 1988-1989. (Naomi Wise, date, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 9: Year Book. 1989-1990. (N. Wise, inked on cover.) Item 10: Year Book. 1989-1990. (M. Janes, penciled on cover.) c.2.
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Bundle 7: (1990-1991) – (1994-1995)
Item 1: Year Book. 1990-1991. (Marcia Janes, date, inked on cover.) 1a: “Megatrends 2000. Ten New Directions for the 1990’s.” Item 2: Year Book. 1990-1991. (Naomi Wise, date, inked on cover.) c.2. Item 3: Year Book. 1991-1992. (Marcia Janes, inked on cover.) Item 5: Year Book. 1992-1993. (Violet Reed, inked on cover.) 5a: “The Primrose Club presents library with $900.” News clipping. Item 6: Year Book. 1992-1993. (Eloise Boyd inked on cover) c.2 Item 6a: Year Book. 1992-1993. (Violet Reed penciled on cover.) c.3 Item 7: Year Book. 1993-1994. (Violet Reed, inked on cover.) Item 8: Year Book. 1993-1994. (Eloise Boyd inked on cover.) c.2 Item 9: Year Book. 1994-1995. (Violet Reed, inked on cover.)
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Bundle 8: (1995-1996) – (1999-2000)

Item 1: Year Book. 1995-1996. (Violet Reed, inked on cover.)
Item 2: Year Book. 1996-1997. (Violet Reed, typed on cover.) Item 3: Year Book. 1996-1997. c.2. (Mary Tartt typed on cover.) Item 5: Year Book. 1997-1998. c.2. (Mary Tartt typed on cover) Item 7: Year Book. 1998-1999. c.2. (Mary Tartt typed on cover.) Item 10: Year Book. 1999-2000. c.2. (Mary Tartt inked on cover.)
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Bundle 9: (2000-2001) – (2004-2005)
Item 1: Year Book. 2000-2001. (Violet Reed, inked on cover.) Item 2: Year Book. 2000-2001. c.2. (Mary Tartt inked on cover.) 2b: Draft?; Dear Miss Gregor (folded 8.5 x 11 white paper.) Item 3: Year Book. 2001-2002. (Violet Reed, inked on cover.) Item 4: Year Book. 2002-2003. (Violet Reed, inked on cover.) Item 5: Year Book. 2003-2004. (Violet Reed, inked on cover.) Item 8: Year Book. 2004-2005. (Tina Jones 2004-2005 inked on cover.) Item 9: Year Book 2004-2005 (Violet Reed inked on cover) SF4a.D3.
Bundle 10: (2005-2006) –
Item 1a: Newsclipping Violet Reed and Margie Hutcheson Item 1b: Year Book 2005-2006 c.2 (Violet Reed penciled on cover)
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Folder 6a: Publicity for 1989-90.
Item 1: Tartt to make Moscow journey. Sumter County Journal. 3/15/89. Item 2: C. Pierce Boyd Trustee’s profile. Art teachers’ works shown. L. U. Review. June 1989 Item 3: SA Eagles cheering duo has ‘universal’ appeal. Sumter County Journal. 9/6/89. Item 4: Three locals named to senior hall of fame. September meeting. Sumter County Journal. Item 5: Program explained. Professor recalls holidays in Vietnam. Sumter County Journal. Item 6: December meeting. Sumter County Journal. 12/13/89. Item 7: Primrose club meets. Travels told. A resolution concerning Miss Eltie Elise Haynie. Sumter County Journal. 2/7/90;2/28/90; 3/7/90. Item 8: Club recalls past member. 3/28/90. Item 9: 27 charter members of the Primrose Club (from Primrose 1976-77 yearbook). Item 10: Club recalls past member. [Miss Eltie Haynie] Written by Virginia Huey. Sumter County

Source: http://library.uwa.edu/AlabamaRoom/Finding_Aids_Print/Primrose%20Club%20Collection.pdf

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