Women's Christian Temperance Union
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.1335
Overview Diary and memoir of a Confederate soldier, railroad laborer, and shop owner from Grafton. The memoir begins with Mugler's birth in Alsace-Lorraine in 1838, and covers his immigration to the United States; enlistment in the United States Army in 1851; military duty in New York, Boston, Rhode Island, Texas, California, and the Washington Territory where he participated in the expedition against the Yakima Indians as a member of Company B, Third Regiment, United States Artillery, under Phil...
Collection Number: A&M.2830
Overview Records of the Blacksville Chapter of the West Virginia Women's Christian Temperance Union. Includes: Secretary's Minute Books (1904-1982); program booklets (1944-1982); a proposed Constitution and ByLaws of the West Virginia Women's Christian Temperance Union (1977); THE WHITE RIBBON, Official Organ of the West Virginia Women's Christian Temperance Union (1957-1982, scattered); and Annual Reports (1952/53-1981/82).
Collection Number: A&M.3392
Overview Records of the West Virginia office of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. Contains operational correspondence and financial records of the WV office (1929-43) and brochures and forms published by the national office (1937-43).