The Encino Woman's Club Collection contains records documenting the business and charitable activities of the club from its beginnings in 1927 until the early 2000s. The collection is divided into five series: Administrative Records (1934-1997), Board and Committee Records (1936-2002), Club Historian Records (1927-2002), Financial Records (1947-2002), and Publications (1931-2003).
Series I, Administrative Records, contains membership correspondence and lists, legal records, property records, and the organization’s foundational documents that record club administrative decisions. These are organized alphabetically by subject and then chronologically.
Series II, Board and Committee Records, contains agendas, meeting minutes, and correspondence related to the Board of Directors, Board of Trustees, Champagne Luncheon, Nominating, Planning, Student Sponsorship, Welfare and Philanthropy Committees. Records are organized alphabetically by originating board or committee, and then chronologically.
Series III, Club Historian Records, includes photographs, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and scrapbooks assembled by the club Historian to document Club history, activities, and field trips. These are arranged chronologically within boxes.
Series IV, Financial Records, contains general and trust fund reports and tax returns. These are arranged alphabetically by subject, and then chronologically.
Series V, Publications, contains self-published bulletins and yearbooks documenting membership, club leadership, and events. These are arranged by material type and then chronologically.