E. Elaine Crow is a former nurse and active volunteer in the Maryland community. She is a longtime member of the Maryland and the National Extension Homemakers Councils (MEHC and NEHC, respectively) and has served numerous offices on their boards as a representative from Anne Arundel county. She is also actively involved in other organizations, both local and national, including the National Association for Family and Community Education (NAFCE), American Mothers Inc, the Nursing Alumni Chapter, the School of Nursing Living History Museum at UMBC, the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW), and the Center for Women and Enterprise (CWE). Crow attended and spoke at numerous conferences for all of these myriad organizations. She is active in road safety and spearheaded campaigns against drunk and unsafe driving and for seatbelt laws. Crow also participated in a program through the MEHC to document Maryland quilts of significant heritage, and to create a quilt celebrating the MEHC's fiftieth anniversary. The collection contains materials related to Crow's volunteer activities and includes awards, clippings, committee files, correspondence, directories, minutes, photographs, publications, and speeches.
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