Women’s Scholarship Association of Greater Boston Records
Scope and Content Note
This collection contains documents pertaining to the business conducted by the Women's Scholarship Association, including financial records, membership information, correspondence, a constitution and by-laws, and event programs. In addition, scholarship applications are included in this collection, but these folders are restricted.
- undated, 1907-1994
- Women’s Scholarship Association of Greater Boston (Organization)
Language of Materials
The collection is in English.
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The Women's Scholarship Association was founded in 1907 with the mission to "further higher education among women in general and among Jewish young women in particular by granting them scholarships and loans for study toward a degree at accredited schools and colleges." On January 18, 1919, the Women's Scholarship Association received its charter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The association granted scholarships and loans to women attending colleges and universities in Massachusetts as well as administered scholarships to Hebrew University in Jerusalem. The association dissolved in 1993.
- Materials from the collection.
- Women's Scholarship Association founded.
- Earned charter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- Women's Scholarship Association dissolved.
2 linear foot (2 document boxes)
The Women’s Scholarship Association was founded in 1907 with the mission to “further higher education among women in general and among Jewish young women in particular by granting them scholarships and loans for study toward a degree at accredited schools and colleges.” It dissolved in 1993. This collection contains financial records, correspondence, event materials, a constitution, and by-laws. Restricted scholarship applications are also included.
Located in Boston, Mass.
Donated by Sybil S. Kliman, February 1996.
Processed by Sarah Amtower, 2012
- Guide to the Women’s Scholarship Association of Greater Boston Records, I-528
- Processed by Sarah Amtower
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