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Abstract The Ess Tees Bridge Club was a recreational card playing social group which was founded by working class African-American women in the 1930’s. It is thought that the Ess Tees was an abbreviation of either ‘School Teachers’ or ‘Society of Teachers’. As the years continued, the Ess Tees managed to bring in new members, meeting on the second Saturday of each month. This collection offers a broad array of materials relating to the Ess Tees Bridge Club, including but not limited to photographs,...
Dates: 1951-2009 ; Majority of material found within 2000-2009
Identifier: AMN 1016
Abstract The Charleston South Carolina Chapter is part of the Links, Incorporated, a historically African-American national women's service organization committed to educational, cultural, and civic activities. The organization was founded in Philadelphia, PA in 1946; the Charleston chapter was organized in 1951. The collection consists of organizational and administrative records detailing civic and club activities of the Charleston Chapter of the Links focusing on their four program facets:...
Dates: 1951-2010; Majority of material found within 1962-2005
- African American arts -- 20th century -- Exhibitions 1
- African American women 1
- Bridge clubs 1
- Charleston (S.C.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century 1
- Hurricane Hugo, 1989 1
- Cornwell, Ruby Pendergrass, 1902-2003 1
- Delfin, Wilfred 1
- Links, Inc. Charleston Chapter 1
- Martin, Maxine Smith 1
- McCottry-Smith, Cynthia 1