Seton Junior League records
Scope and Contents
The Seton Junior League records include reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, and other materials related to the operation of the League. The Positions series includes annual postion reports given to the league by the vice-president, membership committee, hospitality committee and the general secretary. General meeting minutes and agendas are also included in the collection. Letters to and from members as well as letters to and from Msgr. Kelley make up the correspondence section of the collection. Programs decribing the league, their services and members are also in the collection. Membership was kept on dated sheets. A photograph is included in the collection capturing members of the league with 3 gentlemen, one including Msgr. Kelley. Included in the miscellaneous series is the history of the formation of the league sourced from the papers of Msgr. Kelley and the report of an event, a cocktail party. The majority of the collection dates from the years 1940-1980 although the collection includes documents from up to 1998.
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
All materials available in this collection (unless otherwise noted) are the property of the Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center and Seton Hall University, which reserves the right to limit access to or reproduction of these materials. Reproduction of materials or content is subject to United States copyright restrictions and may be subject to federal or state privacy regulations. Permission to publish exact reproductions must be obtained from the Director of the Archives and Special Collections Center.
Biographical / Historical
The Seton Junior League was founded in 1940 by young women fond of the idea of service in hopes of one day becoming part of the Bayley-Seton League. The league took part in many service projects, particularly at the Seton Hall College library. The members of the group volunteered at the circulation desk and stack areas. The Seton Junior League made a large donation of all the desk furniture and equipment in the circulation area of McLaughlin Library when it was built. Seton Library week, special exhibitions, and lectures were all sponsored by the Seton Junior League. When the anticipated merge with the Bayley-Seton League did not happen, the Seton Junior League eventually faded out of existence.
1 Linear Feet (Approximately 50 items.)
Language of Materials
The Seton Junior League was founded in 1940 by young women fond of the idea of service in hopes of one day becoming part of the Bayley-Seton League. The Seton Junior League collection includes reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, and other materials related to the operation of the League.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Materials were transferred to the Archives and Special Collections Center from Seton Hall University. Terms of accession unknown.
Collection was processed and finding aid created by Erica Garcia, 2011, and Lori Lauterbach, 2012.
- The Seton Junior League records, 1939-1980
- Erica Garcia
- June 2011
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- Finding aid written in English.