The UDC Sterling Price Chapter Records are organized in eight series, as follows: Series
I-Minute Books (1911-1984); Series II-Membership Reports, Records and Applications
(1912-1997), including genealogical and biographical information; Series III-Financial
Records (1932-1979); Series IV-State Division Correspondence & Misc. Writings(1937-1994);
published yearbooks of the California Division (1916-1995); Series V-State and Local
Histories & Biographies; Series VI-Publications (1916-1997), including State Division
Convention Programs (1916-1995), Yearbooks (1916-1996) and "Daughters of the Confederacy
Magazine" (1941-1997); Series VII-Scrapbooks & Clippings on Sterling Price Chapt.
(1918-1996); and, Series VIII-Ephemera and Memorabilia (1911-). Additions to the
collection are anticipated.
The United Daughters of the Confederacy was founded in 1894. Its membership consists of
women descendants of Confederate veterans and supporters of the Confederacy organized
into over 1000 local chapters. The UDC's objectives are historical, educational and
patriotic. The Sterling Price Chapter (Stockton, Calif.) was chartered April 27, 1911.