Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Senate Ladies Club:

An Inventory of Senate Ladies Club Records at the Texas State Archives, 1927-2006, undated



Overview

Creator: Senate Ladies Club (Tex.)
Title: Senate Ladies Club records
Dates: 1927-2006, undated
Abstract: The Senate Ladies Club is a social organization comprised of wives of male Texas state senators and wives of some statewide elected officials. The organization was created to provide social opportunities and encourage friendships among its members. The Senate Ladies Club records document the administration, history, membership, and events of the Club from its founding in 1927 until 2006, with some undated materials present. The materials consist of meeting minutes, documents of club officials, membership listings, materials describing the club's history as well as proofs for their yearbook and 50th anniversary publications, general files, scrapbooks and materials relating to club events.
Quantity: 8 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Senate Ladies Club History

The Senate Ladies Club was founded in early 1927, with the goal of providing a social outlet for wives of Texas senators during the biennial legislative session. Mrs. Martha Wood, wife of Senator A.E. Wood of Granger, organized the club, with her primary intent being to foster a non-political environment that would encourage friendship among its members.

At this time, many of the senators' wives did not come to Austin for the legislative session, which was roughly two months in length. Some, though, did join their husbands, and those who did found they had little to occupy their time while in the city. In the first months of 1927, on the mezzanine floor of the Stephen F. Austin Hotel, Mrs. Wood assembled an informal meeting of the Senate wives present in Austin for the session (Mrs. Kitty Mae Wirtz, Mrs. Mildred Woodward, Mrs. Minnie Miller, Mrs. R.L. Bobbitt, Mrs. Gwyn Witt, and Mrs. Nona Barker). The members planned to meet every Monday in the Sun Room of the hotel, where they would play bridge and share in light refreshments and conversation. In addition to using the club as a means to get to know one another, the members also aimed to become better acquainted with the society ladies of Austin.

According to Senate Ladies Club: Fifty Years (1927-1977) with an Addendum through 1987 and Senate Ladies Club: 70th Anniversary Directory, the first meeting was held in the Sun Room of the Austin Hotel, as planned, with Mrs. Wirtz of Seguin and Mrs. Woodward of Coleman serving as volunteer co-hostesses. The members decided that the weekly meetings would be planned and hosted on a rotating basis by the ladies of the club. It was further resolved that the club's membership would be open to the wife of any sitting Texas senator, with the wives of the incumbent governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, and former senators being welcomed as associate members. Though female senators were welcomed de facto from the start (Senator Margie Neal, the only female senator in office in 1927, was a charter member), the bylaws were not amended to explicitly include them until 1949.

Much of the club's organizational groundwork was laid during its first decade. One of the first orders of business was to formalize the club's structure and rules; this was done in part by the adoption of bylaws and creation of officer positions in 1929. Mrs. Wood, the club's founder, was elected as the first president. In 1931, the Senate Ladies Club hosted a Legislative Pre-session dinner, the first of a tradition that continues to the present. Originally held the night before Inauguration Day, the dinner was later moved to the Monday evening immediately preceding the first day of the legislative session. Guests of honor at the Pre-session dinner include the Governor and First Lady, the Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General and their respective spouses, and newly elected senators. In 1937, the meetings were expanded to luncheons, still planned and carried out by designated hostesses. The luncheons were designated as open or closed well in advance, to give the ladies time to invite guests to those that were open. The members also began to meet at locations other than the Austin Hotel in the 1930s; these locations included the Austin Woman's Club, the English Room at the Texas Union, and the Driskill Hotel.

In 1972, a constitutional amendment was passed lengthening gubernatorial terms to four years, so the dinner held in 1977 was the first that did not celebrate the inauguration of a new or recently re-elected governor.

While the primary goal of the Senate Ladies Club has remained the same from its founding (that is, to promote friendship and collegiality among the senate wives and female senators), over the years club members became active in the Austin community. In the 1940s, the club voted to work with the American Red Cross to support the war effort, and they also teamed up with local civic organizations such as Women's City Federation of Austin. They also were responsible acquiring a historical marker for the Governor's Mansion in 1969. Other events sponsored and/or hosted by the Club have included fashion shows and an Easter egg hunt on the grounds of the Governor's Mansion. Beginning in the late 1970s, the luncheons often involved the presence of a guest speaker, lecturing on such topics as parliamentary procedure and "thinking on your feet."

The Senate Ladies Club members have long been careful to maintain records and information pertaining to their organization's history. In 1957, the University of Texas Archives requested that the Senate Ladies Club submit a record of the club's history, which Mrs. Ben G. (Cora Maud) Oneal prepared and conveyed to the Archives. In 1977, Tana Christie offered a motion that Club's past minutes be kept in the Legislative Reference Library. The motion passed, and Ms. Christie presented two typed notebooks of minutes to that library. A decade later, at the beginning of the 1987 legislative session, club secretary Anne Mauzy (with assistance from historian Marilyn Schwartz) took the initiative to begin an oral history project, recorded on videotape. The club approved this, and the project began immediately, with further assistance from Texas State Archives staff, who had already received a donation of club records from Schwartz. The first interviewee was Mrs. Oneal, a former club historian and member since 1931. By the end of the 1987 session, the first installment of the project was complete, and production continued in the 1989 session, with interviews from past presidents Marialice Shivers, Margaret Martin, Bernice Traeger, and from 1989 president Debbie Montford.

(Sources include: Oneal, Cora, Senate Ladies Club: Fifty Years (1927-1977) with an Addendum through 1987; Senate Ladies Club: 70th Anniversary Directory; and the records themselves.)


Scope and Contents of the Records

The Senate Ladies Club is a social organization comprised of wives of male Texas state senators and wives of some statewide elected officials. These records document the administrative and social activity of the Senate Ladies Club from 1927 to 2006 and undated. The records illustrate the formation of the current constitution, bylaws, and officer responsibilities, as well as the history of the club's social contributions to Central Texas. The documents chart the legislative cycles of the Texas State Senate, which occur in odd-numbered years only, from January until May (though at the time of the club's founding in 1927, sessions were only two months in length).

Included in records are the club's constitution and bylaws, meeting minutes, list of members and their husbands, members' addresses, membership status cards, and correspondence. Materials dating from 1977 to 1985 focus on the creation and the finished publication of the club's 50th anniversary history book. The records also contain production materials from an oral history program in 1987 and the club's yearbooks for 1983, 1995 and 1997. Materials pertaining to the Senate Ladies Club's counterpart organization in the Texas House of Representatives, the Legislative Ladies, are also found in these records.

The records include a substantial amount of materials related to the offices of president, secretary and historian; the bulk date from the terms of Mrs. Oscar (Anne) Mauzy, president in 1983, Mrs. Bill (Donna) Sarpalius and Mrs. Hugh (Evelyn) Parmer, secretaries in 1983 and 1985 respectively, and Mrs. A.R. "Babe" (Marilyn) Schwartz, historian for a number of years.

A significant portion of the records focuses on the planning and implementation of club events, in the form of receipts, budgets, invitations, photographs, menus, and programs of various events hosted by the Senate Ladies Club. Some notable and recurring events include the biennial Legislative Pre-session dinner, the Senate Ladies Fashion Show, the Governor's Mansion Easter Egg Hunt and several luncheons. Also present are scrapbooks documenting these and other sponsored events.

The oral history project has continued since its initial inception, but no documentation pertaining to it can be found in the present collection beyond 1989.

A compiled history and a self-published book by club members, both found within this collection, document the organization and history of the club through 1987. Additional materials give limited information about the years between 1987 and 1997.


 

Organization of the Records

The records are organized into nine series and two subseries:
Minutes and meeting files, 1927-1983, 0.5 cubic ft.
President's files, 1969-1989, bulk 1983-1985, 0.4 cubic ft.
Secretary's files, 1983, 1985, 1987-1989, 0.6 cubic ft.
Historian's files, 1973-1985, 0.5 cubic ft.
Membership files, 1977-2001, undated, 0.5 cubic ft.
History, 1977-1997, 0.5 cubic ft.
Events, 1977-2006, 4.2 cubic ft.
  • General events files, 1977-1995, 1.2 cubic ft.
  • Scrapbooks, 1983-2006, 3 cubic ft.
General files, 1957-1991, 0.7 cubic ft.
Legislative Ladies Club files, 1987-1991, 0.1 cubic ft.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Under the Copyright Act of 1976 as amended in 1998, unpublished manuscripts are protected at a minimum through December 31, 2002 or 70 years after the author's death. The term of copyright for published material varies. Researchers are responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law.

Technical Requirements

Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Personal Names
Mauzy, Anne
Sarpalius, Donna S.
Parmer, Evelyn G.
Schwartz, Marilyn Cohn, 1931-
Subjects:
Social groups--Texas--Austin.
Women--Societies and clubs--Texas--Austin.
Places
Texas--Political bodies--Women's societies and clubs.
Document Types:
Minutes--Texas--Societies and clubs--1927-1983.
Photographs--Texas--Societies and clubs--1977-2006.
Clippings--Texas--Societies and clubs--1970s-2006.
Publications--Texas--Societies and clubs--1977-2006.
Scrapbooks (photos)--Texas--Societies and clubs--1983-2006.

Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Senate Ladies Club materials, 1982/017, 1983/066, 1987/121, 1989/137, 1991/202, 1997/144, 1997/145 [There is no finding aid for these unprocessed materials, contact Archives staff for assistance.]

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1981/110, 1983/104, 1987/120, 1989/069, 2001/105, 2008/158

These records were donated to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by Mrs. Oscar Mauzy (Anne) on January 21, 1981; by Mrs. Bill Sarpalius (Donna) on February 4, 1983; by Mrs. Aaron Schwartz (Marilyn) on May 20, 1987; by Mrs. Hugh Parmer (Evelyn) on December 13, 1988 and by Mrs. A.R. "Babe" Schwartz (Marilyn) on February 22, 2001 and June 18, 2008.

Processing Information

Processed by Sarah Alger, Griffin Brown, Marcia McIntosh, Billy Traylor, students at the University of Texas at Austin School of Information, fall 2013

Edits to encoding and description by Rebecca Romanchuk, September 2015


Detailed Description of the Records

 

Minutes and meeting files, 1927-1983,
0.5 cubic ft.

Materials in this series consist of meeting notes and minutes of the Senate Ladies Club. The meeting notes describe announcements, resolutions, and events of the club from 1927 to 1983. Some of the notes are handwritten, while others are typed. There is also a record book that lists members' names and dues payments as well as minutes from meetings 1927 to 1953.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Minutes and meeting files, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Box
1989/069 Record book, 1927-1953
Minutes and meeting files:
Box
1989/069 1955
1957
1959
1961
1963
1965
1967
1969
1971
1973
1975
1977
1979
[2 folders]
1981
[2 folders]
1982-1983



 

President's files, 1969-1989, bulk 1983-1985,
0.4 cubic ft.

The president of the Senate Ladies Club oversees the functions of the club and is responsible for executive decisions. The majority of the records are from Mrs. Oscar (Anne) Mauzy's time as president, however records are also included from her time in the club both prior and following her term as president. Records include correspondence, memoranda, meeting files, constitution and bylaws, press releases, newsletters and notes, dating 1969-1989, bulk 1983-1985.
For more information regarding the meetings, events and members mentioned in this series, see the series Meeting and minute files, Membership files and Events.
Arrangement
These records are arranged roughly in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), President's files, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Box
2001/105-1 President's binder, 1969-1984
National Wildflower Center Launch and Lady Bird Johnson's 70th birthday, 1982
Correspondence, 1982-1983
President materials, 1977-1989
[3 folders]



 

Secretary's files, 1983, 1985, 1987-1989,
0.6 cubic ft.

The Senate Ladies Club secretary is responsible for creating and maintaining the meeting minutes of the club, its by-laws, constitutions, the club's newsletter and the organization of events hosted by the club. Additionally, the secretary keeps track of membership information. Three different club secretaries are represented in this collection. Mrs. Bill (Donna) Sarpalius served as secretary in 1983, for the 68th legislative session; Mrs. Hugh (Evelyn) Parmer served as secretary in 1985, for the 69th legislative session; and Mrs. Oscar (Anne) Mauzy served as secretary from 1987 to 1989, for the 70th and 71st legislative sessions. Materials include meeting minutes, constitutions and by-laws of the club, dating 1983, 1985, 1987-1989.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Secretary's files, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Box
2001/105-1 Donna Sarpalius, 1983
[2 folders]
Evelyn Parmer, 1985
Anne Mauzy, 1987-1988
Anne Mauzy, 1989
[2 folders]
Evelyn Parmer, 1989
[2 folders]



 

Historian's files, 1973-1985,
0.5 cubic ft.

Mrs. A.R. "Babe" (Marilyn) Schwartz served as historian of the club for a number of years. She was instrumental in writing the club's fifty year history booklet in 1985, which contains detailed descriptions of the club's activities for each session, including corresponding members lists. Records include minutes, by-laws, invitations, rosters and notes, dating 1973-1985.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Historian's files, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Box
1987/120 Minutes, by-laws, invitations 1973-1985
General papers, 1973-1985
[2 folders]



 

Membership files, 1972-2001, undated,
0.5 cubic ft.

The Senate Ladies Club membership consisted of wives of serving state senators, the incumbent governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general. Former senators' wives could maintain membership as associate members. Women senators were added officially to the club by-laws in 1949. These materials include lists of members and their contact information, profile forms, several members' individual photos and address cards. dating 1981-2001. Some of the profiles have handwritten notes about the members including marital status, dues payments, and deaths.
For more photos of members and information on dues payments see the Events and Minutes and meeting files series.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Membership files, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
Box
2001/105-2 Photos of senators, 1972
Membership roster, 1977-1979
Address cards, Adams - Lucio, 1981-2001
Address cards, Luna - Zaffirini, 1981-2001
Address cards, non-current members, 1981-2001
Address cards, former honorary and deceased members, 1981-2001
Complete list of all senators' wives (first names), 1983
Roster, 1987
Dues paid and mailing addresses, 1987
Roster, 1988
Rose Otts Strong letter and roster, 1988-1989
Roster, 1988-1989
Roster, 1989
Mailing labels, 1989
Member photos, 1990
Membership, 1988-1991
[large wallet with alphabetical dividers]
Dues paid list, 1991
Complete list of senators wives, NOT IN BOX undated



 

History, 1977-1997,
0.5 cubic ft.

The Senate Ladies Club served as a social, non-political environment, in which friendships could be built among members. Materials concern the history of the club and include interview questions, notes, and name tags from the oral history series, a handwritten description of the club, proofs for the history and yearbook publications, and a typewritten copy of the diary of member Carrin Patman, dating 1977-1997.
For more information relating to club's history see the Historian's files series.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), History, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
Box
2001/105-2 Austin Diary by Carrin Patman, March 4, 1961-April 30, 1991
Proof - Senate Ladies Club Fifty Years, 1927-1977, 1977
Letter of events, 1977
Yearbook, 1983
Oral history series, notes for interviews, 1987
Oral history series, notes for interviews, 1989
Senate Ladies Club Fifty Years, with Addendum through 1987, 1989
[2 folders]
Yearbook information, forms, and proofs (portrait photos) - 1995
Yearbook, 1995
[Wallet, with photographs, page proofs, rosters, notes, and copies of the printed yearbook.]
Yearbook, 1997
[Wallet, with photographs, page proofs, rosters, notes, and copies of the printed yearbook.]
70th anniversary Senate Ladies Club directory page proofs, 1997



 

Events, 1977-2006,
4.2 cubic ft.

Materials include invitations, flyers, programs, menus, photographs and audiocassettes from Senate Ladies Club events dating 1977-2006. The highlight event of the club is the pre-session dinner held prior to the start of every Texas legislative session. Attendees include the members of the club and their husbands, and other members of the Texas legislature and the governor and first lady. Other regular events include the Senate Ladies Club Fashion Show held in conjunction with Dillard's and Foley's department stores, the Governor's Mansion Easter egg hunt, and private luncheons at the Governor's Mansion. The Senate Ladies Club has provided continued support for cultural events throughout Austin ranging from exhibits at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum, the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, the Bob Bullock State History Museum, and the Texas State Library and Archives.
Organization
These records are organized into two subseries:
General events files, 1977-1995, 1 cubic ft.
Scrapbooks, 1983-2006, 3 cubic ft.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the subseries), Events, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
To obtain equipment to listen to the audiocassette recordings, please contact Archives staff.
General events files, 1977-1995,
1.2 cubic ft.
Materials include invitations, flyers, programs, menus, photographs and audiocassettes from Senate Ladies Club events dating 1977-1995.
Arrangement
The files are arranged in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), General events files, Events, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
To obtain equipment to listen to the audiocassette recordings, please contact Archives staff.
Box
2001/105-3 Pre-session dinner, 1977
Pre-session dinner, 1979
Cora Maude Oneal exhibit, 1981
1st day of Senate session, 1981
Unsorted duplicate dinner photos, 1983
Luncheon - Littlefield House, 1983
Luncheon photos - Littlefield House, 1983
Luncheon photos - unknown, about 1983
[contact sheet and negatives]
Fashion Show invitation, 1983
Pre-session dinner expenses, 1983
Pre-session dinner expenses, 1983, 1987, 1989
Pre-session dinner, 1987
Pre-session dinner photos, 1987
Pre-session dinner speech recording, Evelyn Parmer, 1987
[2 audiocassettes]
Governor's Mansion photo, 1987
Officer installation, 1989
Fashion show, 1989
Photos of unidentified woman, about 1990
[2 photos]
Fashion show, about 1990
Dinner and luncheon photos, about 1990
[2 folders]
Bullock luncheon at Green Pastures, about 1990
[snapshot photos and negatives]
71st Legislature events, 1990
Performers - "San Antone Roses," about 1990
Spring Fashion Show programs, 1991, 1993, 1995
Event schedule, 1991
A.M. Aiken Dinner, 1991
Luncheon - University Club, 1991
Luncheon photos - University Club, 1991
Pre-session dinner, 1991
Texas Ball invitation, 1991
Easter photos, 1991
"Sylvia Murray, Psychic" luncheon, 1991
72nd Legislature photos, 1993
Luncheon - Governor's Mansion seating list, 1993
Pre-session dinner, 1993
Event invitations, 1993
Assorted events, 1993
[wallet; includes photos]
Box
2001/105-4 Pre-session dinner, 1995
[3 folders]
Photo of Tara Christie and Sue Ashley, about 1995
Fashion show, 1995
Assorted events, 1993-1995
Scrapbooks, 1983-2006,
3 cubic ft.
Scrapbooks spanning the years 1983 to 2006 provide detailed documentation of events sponsored and attended by Senate Ladies Club members. Materials consist of photographs and print materials and extensive annotations about the club. Events include regular functions such as holiday celebrations, luncheons, and the biennial pre-session dinners. Also included are cultural and social events held at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, Briscoe Center for American History, Blanton Art Museum, and the Bullock Texas State History Museum, as well as libraries and universities throughout Texas.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Scrapbooks, Events, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Technical Requirements
Researchers are required to wear gloves provided by the Archives when reviewing photographic materials.
Box
2008/158-1 68th-69th Legislative Session, 1983-1986
70th-71st Legislative Session, 1987-1990
72nd-73rd Legislative Session, 1991-1994
Volume
2008/158-2 74th Legislative Session, 1995-1996
Volume
2008/158-3 75th Legislative Session, 1997-1998
Volume
2008/158-4 76th Legislative Session, 1999-2000
Volume
2008/158-5 78th Legislative Session, 2001-2002
Volume
2008/158-6 79th Legislative Session, 2003-2004
Volume
2008/158-7 80th Legislative Session, 2005-2006



 

General files, 1957-1991,
0.7 cubic ft.

General files created and maintained by the Senate Ladies Club include planning materials, notes, correspondence, minutes, financial material, constitution and rules, and page proofs, dating 1957-1991.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), General files, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Box
2001/105-4 Financial ledger, 1957-1979
General files, 1979-1981:
Pre-session dinner printing bids
Correspondence
Financial statements
Flowers, gifts, notes
Luncheon assignments
Constitution and rules
Notebook contents
Senate Ladies Club, miscellaneous files
General files, 1983
[2 folders]
General files, 1985
General files, 1986-1987
General files, 1987
General files, 1989
[4 folders]
General files, 1991



 

Legislative Ladies Club files, 1987-1991,
0.1 cubic ft.

The Legislative Ladies Club is the counterpart of the Senate Ladies Club for the Texas House of Representatives and was established in 1987. Materials consist of general files including information on events, members, constitution and by-laws related to the Legislative Ladies Club, dating 1987-1991.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Legislative Ladies Club files, Senate Ladies Club records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Use of materials outside of Senate Ladies Club members requires permission from the current president of the Club. Contact Archives staff for further assistance.
Box
2001/105-4 Legislative Ladies Club materials, 1987
Legislative Ladies Club materials, 1989
Legislative Ladies Club materials, 1991