Sisterhood Board Minutes and Young Women’s Group, 1951-2003
Board minutes included a wide arrange of associated materials depending on the archivist compiler and the sisterhood staff. Materials can range from clippings, programming, correspondence pamphlets and fliers, expenses in addition to minutes.
Records that contain personally identifiable information are restricted in order to protect individual privacy. According to HIPAA Privacy Regulations patient evaluations and medical records are closed for 50 years after date of death. If date of death is unknown, records are closed for 100 years from date of creation. Folders that are restricted are marked as such.
From the Collection: 68 Linear Feet (105 manuscript boxes, 13 half manuscript boxes, 1 record carton, 6 oversize boxes, 12 roll storage tubes)
The Young Women’s Group Of Temple Beth Zion was officially founded September, 1973 with the purpose to “(a) quicken religious consciousness by stimulating spiritual and educational activities, (b) serve Jewish and humanitarian causes and (c) present fellowship through meaningful progress and provide an opportunity to meet young Jewish women within a congregation setting.” Eventually the Young Women’s Group merged into Sisterhood, with many of the leaders from its ranks becoming leaders within Sisterhood.
The Sisterhood series is arranged by record type and chronology within record type and includes synchronous organization the Young Women’s Group.