Guide to the Quota Club of Anchorage, Alaska records
Collection number: HMC-1295.
Creator: Quota Club of Anchorage, Alaska.
Title: Quota Club of Anchorage, Alaska records.
Volume of collection: 2.0 cubic feet and 113 mb.
Language of materials: Collection materials are in English.
Collection summary: Records of an Anchorage womens service club.
Quota Club International was founded in 1919 as a service club for women. The Anchorage chapter was founded in 1952. The club engaged in projects supporting the hearing impaired, public health, and other community issues. The Anchorage chapter ceased operations in 2012.
The collection consists primarily of scrapbooks created to document the club’s activities. These include photographs, clippings, and event programs. The collection also includes files of early meeting minutes, annual reports, photographs, and history documents.
Arrangement: The collection is arranged by type of document, generally chronologically within.
Digitized copies: Digital access copies of the magnetic album scrapbooks are available. Other collection contents have not been digitized. For information about obtaining digital copies of any of the collection materials, please contact Archives and Special Collections.
Rights note: The Archives holds copyright to Quota Club of Anchorage, Alaska records. The collection includes materials that may be subject to copyright not held by the Archives.
Preferred citation: Quota Club of Anchorage, Alaska records, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.
Works used in preparation of inventory:
“Quota history.” Quota International website. https://www.quotainternational.org/Public/Our_Mission/History/Public/Our_History.aspx (accessed July 26, 2018).
Acquisition note: The Club records were given to the Archives in 2018 by Beth Izold, the secretary and treasurer of the Club at the time of its dissolution.
Processing information: This collection was described by Arlene Schmuland in 2018. The scrapbooks that were made up of magnetic photograph album pages were scanned and the contents removed from the pages and placed in photograph enclosures by Keelin Baughman.
|1/7||History display scrapbook (digital copy available)||1952-1986|
|1/13||Art show scrapbook||1972|
|2/2||Scrapbook (digital copy available)||1984-1994|
|2/4||Scrapbook (digital copy available)||1997-2001|