Nevada -- Politics and government
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Nevada Federation of Republican Women provides a means through which women who share the principles of the Republican Party can join its activities and work toward common goals. Contains convention materials, membership, financial information including treasurer reports, and minutes.
Scope and Contents Contains minutes, financial records, membership, correspondence, individual club records, etc.
Overview The Nevada Federation of Republican Women is a branch of the national organization which provides a means through which women who share the principles of the Republican Party can join its activities and work toward common goals. The types of records found within each chapter's files vary but include minutes, newsletters, convention materials, special events files, clippings, and photographs.
Abstract These records cover the period of 1964-1976, with the majority of them pertaining to the 1976 presidential campaign. The collection is small but interesting in the way in which it documents how a state-wide political group orchestrates an election. Of particular interest are manuals issued by the National Republican Committee for leaders, finances, and campaign workers; and two scrapbooks (1964-1969 and 1971-1974) which document specific activities of the Republican Women in the state of...
Abstract Originally named the Washoe County Women’s Club, the Republican Women’s Club of Reno was organized on October 17, 1949 by twelve women who felt the need to work together in the best interests of the Republican Party. Plans for a state federation were soon considered and delegates were nominated and elected to attend a meeting to discuss federation. In August 1950, state bylaws were approved and an organizational meeting was planned for a state federation which was officially formed on September...