The American Association of University Women Pasadena California Branch Papers (1934-1990) includes annual reports, minutes
of meetings, bulletins, scrapbooks and annual yearbooks, which list the Association bylaws and constitution, membership lists
and meeting dates.
The Pasadena Branch of the American Association of University Women was founded in November 1934. As stated in its constitution
and bylaws the goals of the Association were to continue the intellectual growth of college women; promote the advancement
of women (with emphasis on higher education); and serve the community.
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