Association of Municipal Professional Women Records

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Association of Municipal Professional Women (AMPW), organized in 1975, was an
organization open to women who were employed in the city of Detroit and held professional
titles. The organization’s primary purpose was to provide professional women in all departments to meet and network on a citywide basis, as well as to create a forum for common interests and discuss common problems. The organization disbanded in the late 1980s, early 1990s. Records of the AMPW reflect the organization’s administration including by-laws, committees, correspondence and meetings; membership rosters; annual reports; and visual materials documenting outreach practices.

1975-1988, bulk 1976-1985
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