Calgary Jaycettes fonds
2.77 m of textual records and photographs
The Calgary Jaycettes, a women's organization, was established in Calgary, Alberta in June 1945 with the objects of assisting the Jaycees, a men's service group; developing the skills and potential of members; providing social activities for members; amd helping with community projects. One of the major activities during the 1980s was the Buckle-Up-Babe campaign relating to child safety. Tracey Jones, a Calgary Jaycette, served as National President, 1991-1992. The local organization folded in 1993.
Scope and Content:
The fonds consists of incorporation documents and bylaws; minutes, projects files (including photographs), conference proceedings, financial records, and newsletters; albums compiled for Outstanding Unit Competitions, featuring descriptions and photographs of the unit's activities; Buckle-Up-Babe records; and Tracey Jones' files as National President.
Source of Acquisition:
Gift of the Calgary Jaycettes, 1993.
The material is in English.
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(M=manuscript; N&P=photos; R=sound recordings; S=slides; F=films)