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The American Association of University Women, Rockville Branch organized in the 1950s and merged with the Kensington Branch around 2003. These records include the materials relevant to the function and mission of the Rockville Branch, including its participation in community and state events.
The Metropolitan Area Mass Media Committee (MAMM), which was composed of representatives from each of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) branches in the Washington metro area, presented annual awards to local television and radio programs meriting recognition. Included in this collection are materials documenting the activities of the committee and past award winners.
The American Association of University Women (AAUW), Towson Branch was organized in 1968 and became part of the Baltimore branch in 2011. These records include materials relevant to the function and mission of the Towson Branch, including its participation in various community, state, and national organizing efforts and events.
The Executive Council is the executive body of the American Federation of Labor (AFL) and the AFL-CIO, and was responsible for the conduct of the federations' affairs between the annual conventions. The Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) also had an established executive board for the same purpose. This collection consists of AFL executive council minutes from 1893 to 1955, AFL-CIO executive council minutes from 1955-1996, and the CIO executive board proceedings from 1942-1955.