Daughters of the American Colonists Collection, 1923-1961

Daughters of the American Colonists Collection, 1923-1961

Finding Aid

Collection No. 112 (.25 Linear Feet)
D.C. Community Archives




The Daughters of the American Colonists were organized on April 25, 1921. The objects of the group were “to base eligibility to membership upon lineage descent from those men and women who once were actual residents of America when it was under foreign government as colonies; to make research and publish the same; to erect memorials to commemorate colonial deeds and places of interest; to inculcate and foster the love of America and its institutions, by all its residents; to obey its laws and to venerate its flag, the emblem of its power and civic righteousness; and for mutual improvement and educational purposes.”

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of yearbooks and programs. 


There are no restrictions on this collection.

Box List

Box 1

FF1 Yearbooks and Programs, 1923-1961
Compiled by Rachel Telford, May 2007

DC Public Library, Special Collections
D.C. Community Archives
901 G St. NW, Room 307
Washington, D.C. 20001

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