Future Farmers of America, Shawnee Mission (1934-1960):
The Shawnee Mission Future Farmers of America Records is a collection of 15 annual scrapbooks documenting activities of the Shawnee Mission Mission Rural High School chapter of the Future Farmers of America. The scrapbooks were created annually as entries in the "National Better Chapter Contest of Future Farmers of America" in Washington, D.C.
Fourth Wednesday Study Club (1939-2009):
The Fourth Wednesday Study Club was an active social club for Johnson County women in the Shawnee Mission School District. They reviewed books, discussed current events, and read poetry.
Johnson County American Revolution Bicentennial Committee (1973-1978):
A collection of papers relating to the Johnson County American Revolution Bicentennial Committee (J.C.A.R.B.C.). Established in June 1974, it met at the Antioch Library and was operated by 13 volunteers.
Merriam Homemakers Club (1921-2005):
A collection of materials relating to the Merriam Homemakers Club. This is an active social club for Merriam women started May 13, 1913 by Lorena L. McShane.
Northeast Johnson County Republican Women's Club (two sets) (1936-2001):
Donated by the club, the collection includes scrapbooks, minutes, newsletters, and treasurer's records. Set 1 or Set 2
Shawnee Mission Co-Operative Club/Shawnee Mission Sertoma Club (1935-1999):
The records of the Shawnee Mission Co-Operative Club/Shawnee Mission Sertoma Club document the clubs' activities and membership.
Shawnee Optimist Club (1954-1993):
The records of the Shawnee Optimist Club document the club's membership.
Primitive Baptist Church of Shawnee (1924-1988):
The records of the Primitive Baptist Church of Shawnee document several decades of the small congregation. The small frame church building is at 10921 W 57th Terrace in Shawnee.
Soroptimist International Club of Shawnee Mission (1947-2001):
The Soroptimist International Club of Shawnee Mission was chartered in 1947. The records document the club's membership.
Western Star Rebekah Lodge #12 (1901-2000):
The Western Star Rebekah Lodge collection documents the history of the lodge located in Olathe, from its founding in 1882 to 2000.