Register of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Ivy Parlor No. 88 (Lodi, Calif.) Scrapbooks, 1896-1957

Processed by Don Walker; machine-readable finding aid created by Don Walker
San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum
11793 North Micke Grove Road
Lodi, CA 95241
Phone: (209) 463-4119
Fax: (209) 369-2178
Email: dwalker@uop.edu
URL: http://www.sanjoaquinhistory.org/
© 1998
San Joaquin County Historical Society & Museum. All rights reserved.

Register of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Ivy Parlor No. 88 (Lodi, Calif.) Scrapbooks, 1896-1957

Collection number: Ms6

San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum



Lodi, California

Contact Information

  • San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum
  • 11793 North Micke Grove Road
  • Lodi, CA 95241
  • Phone: (209) 463-4119
  • Fax: (209) 369-2178
  • Email: dwalker@uop.edu
  • URL: http://www.sanjoaquinhistory.org/
Processed by:
Don Walker
Date Completed:
April 1998
Encoded by:
Don Walker
© 1998 San Joaquin County Historical Society & Museum. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Native Daughters of the Golden West. Ivy Parlor No. 88 (Lodi, Calif.) Scrapbooks,
Date (inclusive): 1896-1957
Collection number: Ms6
Creator:
Extent: 0.5 linear ft.
Repository: San Joaquin County Museum.
Lodi, CA 95241
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research by appointment only.

Publication Rights

The library can only claim physical ownership of the collection. Users are responsible for satisfying any claimants of literary property.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Native Daughters of the Golden West. Ivy Parlor No. 88 (Lodi, Calif.) Scrapbooks, Ms6, San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum.

Access Points

corporate name

Native Daughters of the Golden West. Ivy Parlor No. 88 (Lodi, Calif.)
Native Daughters of the Golden West. Joaquin Parlor No. 5 (Stockton, Calif.)

subject

Women -California -Lodi -Societies and clubs
Local history -California -San Joaquin County
Lodi (Calif.) -Social life and customs -20th century

Biography

The Native Daughters of the Golden West was established to preserve historic landmarks and lore. Ivy Parlor No. 88 (Lodi, Calif.) was founded (1896) through efforts of Joaquin Parlor No. 5 (Stockton, Calif.).

Scope and Content

$aThe Native Daughters of the Golden West, Ivy Parlor (Lodi, Calif.) Collection consists of two scrapbooks of clippings describing activities of Ivy Parlor No.88 of Native Daughters of the Golden West, Lodi, Calif. (1896-1957).

Container List

 

BOX 1: NATIVE DAUGHTERS SCRAPBOOKS

 

1.1: SCRAPBOOK #1, 1896-1946 [Mostly clippings dating from 1930s. Some chronicle events pertaining to national organization, Joaquin Parlor and Ivy Parlor. Events described include initiations, installations, conventions and the like. Other clippings relate details of local community and regional history.]

 

1.2: SCRAPBOOK #2, 1937-1957 [In addition to clippings, this scrapbook contains some photographs and a program of Ivy Parlor's U.S. Bicentennial celebration (1976).]