The Reseda Woman's Club Collection documents the Club's founding, administrative decisions, committee work, and philanthropy, as well as the administration of the Reseda Junior Woman's Club. History and press clipping scrapbooks assembled by members documents Club history and activities, while award certificates highlight achievements. The collection is divided into three major series: Administrative Records (1924-1997), Financial Secretary Records (1954-1980), and Club History Records (1918-1995).
Series I, Administrative Records, contains the Club’s yearbooks and bound minute books. These records include information on the constitution, by-laws, board of directors and general membership meetings, club events calendar, and committee assignments. This series also includes copies of publications from the California Federation of Women's Clubs and the General Federation of Women's Clubs. Materials are arranged alphabetically by subject, and then chronologically within boxes.
Series II, Financial Secretary Records, contains ledger sheets documenting deposits, revolving funds, membership dues and expenses related to rentals, luncheons, community services, and donations. Ledger sheets are arranged in chronological order.
Series III, Club History Records, contains club historian notebooks and member scrapbooks that include minutes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, year-end reports, ephemera, and newsletters. Documented events include installation of club officers, business luncheons and picnics, fund-raising bazaars, fashion shows, flower shows, district club conventions, interclub reciprocity programs, and the annual husband’s night dinner. These are arranged chronologically within boxes.