Cornelia Keeble Ewing and 46 other young women found the Junior League of Nashville — the 30th member of the Association of Junior Leagues of America.
The Junior League Home for Crippled Children opens at Ninth Avenue and Monroe Street to help children with orthopaedic illnesses.
The Junior League purchases five acres at 2400 White Avenue and breaks ground on a new building.
The Junior League relocates its Home to the children’s floors of Vanderbilt University Hospital.
Junior League support of the Child Life Program’s services begins.
Junior League pledges $2 million to support new freestanding Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at
Begins support/expansion of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Follow-Up Clinic.
Junior League Fetal Center formed.
Junior League gifts $1.5 million to start the Sickle Cell Disease and Asthma Program.
Junior league commits $1.5 million to Child Life Program.
For 100th anniversary, Junior League gifts $1.5 million for pediatric rehabilitation.