Minute book, 1942, of the Adair's Club of Brooklyn, New York. Includes details of the invitation of new members to the club, induction of new members, planning of events, and events held by the club. Events typically include card games, food, and socializing. There is also discussion of former members and their reasons for leaving the club. Meetings were usually held in the homes of various members.
Minute book, 1832-1837, of the AEOC, a society of Southern students at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. which bears a seal from the AEOC ring, a list of officers and a preamble.
Minute book, 1875-1907, of the North River District School Board, Augusta County, Va. which includes lists of students, lists of teachers, a newspaper clipping containing the population breakdown for Augusta County schools, a list of approved textbooks, records of funds expended, and a letter, 22 November 02, from a teacher requesting a pay increase.
Minute book, 1926-1931, of the Cycle Literary Club of Bloomington, Indiana. Meetings typically include dinner, roll call, discussions of various topics, bible study, and report of the amount of money of the club. There are also lists of members from each of the years included in the minute book, which includes the attendence of members at each individual meeting.
Minute book, 1866-1872, of the board of trustees of the East Tennessee Zinc Company, New York, N. Y.
Acquired with the papers of Flora Adams Darling who used certain blank pages as a scrapbook. These pages were removed and remain with the Darling Papers.
Minute book 1905-1906, of the Monument Commission of the Fifth New York Volunteer Infantry, "Duryea"s Zouaves," organized to erect a monument on the Battlefield of Bull Run (Manassas) under the authorization of the New York State Legislature. The volume includes black and white photographs of the site, the monument, the gate, and the officers of the commission.
Records (two volumes) 1865 and 1906-1928 (bulk) of the Freie Reformierte Emmanuels Gemeinde zu West Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Minute book, 1875-1888, of the Friends of Temperance, Mt. Solon [Va.] Council No. 50. Blanche Paul served as secretary and John W. Hopewell served as president. Includes loose papers and a 1836 letter from Elisabeth T. Hopewell.
Minute book, 1905 November 11-18, of the Hughes Gold Mining and Milling Company, New York, New York which contains a certificate of incorporation, by-laws, and minutes of the Board of Directors.
Minute book, 1917-1932 for the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, St. Albans Lodge, No. 31, of St. Albans, Vermont.
Minute book, 1849-1854, of the Sons of Temperance, Madison Division, No. 36, Augusta County, Virginia. The volume includes loose pages.
Included are 2 minute books for the Maple Ridge Culture Club of Medina, N.Y. for the years 1905-1907 and 1909-1911, as well as Annual Calendars showing the club's events from 1907-1915. Minute books include bylaws and member roster.
Minute book, 1827-1849, of the Methodist Chapel of Gardiner, Maine. Concerns the quarterly conferences and meetings of their board leaders; topics discussed include salaries of preachers, the admittance, probation, and expulsion of members, donations required to fund new projects, the condition of the church library, and other items. There is also information about the trial of William Springer, who is alledged to have cursed in public. Also includes list of attendees of the meetings.
Minute book, 1874-1897, of the Methodist Church Conferences, Augusta and Rockingham counties, Virginiaa. which includes loose papers.
Minute book, 1838, of the Naswango Temperance Society. Contains portion of the constitution and minutes of two meetings.
Minute book, 1877-1892, kept by Ambrose L. Henkel while serving as secretary of the Alumni Association of the New Market Polytechnic Institute, New Market, Va. The volume has circulars tipped in that were printed by Henkel & Co., New Market, Va.
Minutes, 1934 of the N.R.A. Roller Hockey Club of Allentown, Pa. A hand-drawn blue eagle in the volume's front cover suggests that the member's might have been employees of the National Recovery Administration.
Included are meeting minutes and a list of members, as well as a letter to the club by one of its members.
Minute book for the Young Men's Division of the Pulaski Citizens Club (location unknown), an organization for Polish Americans. The club organized social events like dances and bingo and there is mentioning the intention to set up athletic and educational events as well.
Also included are a letter, two photographs and a greeting card.
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Minute books and certificates, 1877-1954, 1978 of the Royal Arch Masons, New Jerusalem Chapter No. 3 of Wiscasset, Maine. The minute books record members present at stated and special convocations, reports of the Committee on Inquiry regarding membership applications, communications from the Grand Lodge, financial reports, installation of officers, etc.