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Town and Country Arts Club records
1.7 linear feet (4 boxes) of material consisting of the records of the Town and Country Art Club kept by various presidents, officers, committee chairmen, and members of the organization, including annual reports, minutes and attendance, membership lists and brochures, reading and lecture lists and scripts, histories of the club, correspondence, photographs and miscellaneous items.
Biographical Historical Note
The Town and Country Art Club was founded in 1932 as the Art Study Club and renamed the North Shore Arts Club in 1934; the current name was assumed in 1935. A North Shore suburban Chicago women’s social club, the organization defined its mission as "to study the great world arts that have gone before, to assist in their preservation for future generations, and to encourage the arts of the present day."