Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Minute book, 1902-1918, of the Colonel Kuert Command No. 122 of the Spanish War Veterns, located in Tiffin, Ohio. Primarily concerns the election of officers, the chapter's celebration of Decoration Day, attendance at state and national encampments, selection of committee members, membership recruitment, member's dismissla, payment of dues, and expenditures on membership ribbons, lapel buttons, and flags for graves, among other items.
Minute book, 1925-1929, of the vestry of St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church, Portsmouth, Va.
Minute book, 1951-1967, of the Tamar Zuanna #116 organization, which seems to be affliated with the Odd Fellows and the Ladies of the Orient. This chapter of the organization is located in Buffalo, New York. Includes lists of members, their titles and offices, money received and spent, discussion topics, and events held, among other items. The minute book is written in multiple hands.
Consists of 3 account books and 1 minute book, 1907-1946, of Assembly No. 29 of the Ukrainian National Association in Rhone (now the Hanover Section) of Nanticoke, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.
All volumes are almost entirely in Ukrainian. The account books list names of members and payments made. Also included are a few loose items, mostly forms, like application for benefits, parts of which are bilingual.
Minute book of members of a group of unchartered banks in Virginia. Names of banks and delegates appear in the minutes. Minutes appear to reflect the unchartered banks' response to a 1816 code to prohibit bank notes from unchartered banks.
Minute book, 1874-1896, of Westham Granite Company (Richmond, Virginia and Baltimore, Maryland.) The quarry was located in Chesterfield County, Virginiaa. The volumes include loose papers.
Minute books, 1899-1925, of the Businessman's Association, Williamsburg, Va. which includes the constitution stating that the purpose of the organization is to "encourage and promote the commercial, mercantile and manufacturing interests of the city of Williamsburg . . . ,".
Minute book, 1894-1897, of the Board of Directors of the Women's Christian Association, Richmond, Virginia. The volume includes loose papers.
Woman's Christian Association Minute Book