The Woman’s Club of Greenville Collection (1932-1975) contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, and yearbooks compiled by Harriet Roseveare and Carolyn “Dink” James, who served as club members, relating to club membership and activities in support of World War I and II, including sale of war bonds, United Nations Day, home economics education, Green Springs Park, Parent – Teacher Associations, nursery schools and high schools, social events and scholarships for teenagers, Community Fine Arts Festival, Pitt General Hospital, Pitt County Fair, and other activities.
The Woman’s Club of Greenville Collection contains a newsletter titled "Greenville Woman's Club" (1962) written by Carolyn James, constitution and by-laws of Woman's Club of Greenville (undated), and constitution and by-laws of The General Federation of Women's Clubs (1964). Additionally, the collection contains a handwritten biographical sketch of club member Carolyn "Dink" James, correspondence to Harriet Roseveare regarding senior citizens group formation and problems (1967), congratulations on Roseveare’s "Clubwoman of the Year" accomplishment (1967), and well wishes (1962).
Numerous newspaper clippings including Roseveare's "Clubwoman of the Year" award (1967), overview of Woman's Club of Greenville picturing Harriet Roseveare and Carolyn James (1965), 50th Anniversary and related photographs (1967), annual Spring Garden Fair (1967), public forum thanks (1967), Hawaiian Tour (1970), installation of new Greenville Art Society Officers (1970), arts discussion for State of North Carolina with picture of Harriet Roseveare (1970), awards given to Mrs. Argent Smith and Mrs. Vance Perkins (1970), visit from N.C. Federation of Women's president with photograph of Roseveare (1971).
Many event programs are also included for the Greenville Art Center Sidewalk Art Show (1968), United Nations Dinner (1961), and 50th Anniversary (1967). In particular, the Greenville Art Center Sidewalk Art Show program highlights co-sponsorship of the event with Women’s Club of Greenville with Co-chairman Harriet Roseveare, United Nations Dinner program lists the names of attendees from other countries, and the 50th Anniversary program includes Greenville club historical dates and accomplishments.