University of Washington Libraries
The Washington Society of Landscape Architects records comprehensively cover the administrative activities of this professional organization and advocacy group for landscape architects; the collection also includes some records of affiliated societies -- The collection includes correspondence, minutes (1957-1970), membership lists, applications, and background materials gathered to lobby the state senate for regulations on professional registration. Other lobbying efforts are contained in letters to governors of the state and to the organizers of the Century 21 Exposition at the World's Fair in Seattle Washington. Many of the meeting minutes in the chronological files are informallly written, reflecting the social nature of the organization. Some meeting minutes that are missing in this accession may be found in related records of American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington Chapter. Also includes material collected from individual landscape architects and other organizations
The Bancroft Library
The collection consists of a small number of original documents, including correspondence, booklets and brochures, and clippings. Much of the collection consists of photocopies of the original Bay Area materials in the American Council for Judaism collection at the Wisconsin Historical Society. These photocopied materials include correspondence, minutes, reports, speeches, sermons, and membership lists dating from 1943 through 1949 -- Included is an extensive exchange between San Francisco Chapter members Hattie Hecht Sloss and Rabbi Irving Reichert, on the one hand, and the ACJ's national director, Rabbi Elmer Berger, on the other hand, on national policy and local community activity. The collection also provides insight into the San Francisco Chapter's views on resettlement, Jewish political nationalism, and Palestine
Newark Public Library
This collection comprises exhibition catalogs, pamphlets, schedules, invitations and posters, membership lists and published critiques, pertaining to the New Jersey Water Color Society
State University of New York Albany
This collection includes constitutions, initiation ceremony records, membership lists, meeting minutes, photographs, financial and legal documents relating to the sorority's houses at 146 and 278 Western Avenue, membership surveys, printers type, and scrapbooks
Newberry Library
This is a growing collection of printed ephemera issued from approximately the late 18th century onward (bulk 20th century), mostly concerned with printing, publishing, graphic design, and related book arts -- The collection includes advertising materials, artists' books, book jackets, booklets, bookmarks, brochures, business cards, business reply cards, catalogs, envelopes, flyers, greetings cards, journal issues, keepsakes, letterheads, order forms, posters, prospectuses, proofs, and other materials issued by publishers, printers, government entities, advertising agencies, freelance artists, book sellers, libraries, universities, associations, clubs, and other organizations and companies. The term "keepsakes" encompasses a variety of items, often fine-press, created as mementos or souvenirs and can be produced in different forms such as posters, broadsides, booklets, prints, greetings cards, and bookmarks. Type specimens and paper specimens have been excluded from this collection ... Read More
New-York Historical Society
The collection consists of a volume including minutes of annual meetings and meetings of the board of managers, by-laws, and a membership list, 1894-1907; and another volume listing names of candidates, addresses, and names of proposer and seconder, 1894-1947
New-York Historical Society
Correspondence, scrapbook, membership lists, three volumes of menus and signatures of attending members, and printed materials, 1898-1940, of the Round Table Dining Club of New York City -- Correspondence includes ca. 200 letters, 1898-1917, from members of the club to secretaries Charles H. Marshall, or George L. Rives, approving or objecting to person proposed for membership, submitting the names of prospective members, accepting membership, etc. Prominent correspondents include: Charles Francis Adams, Nicholas Murray Butler, Woodrow Wilson, John Lambert Cadwalader, Stephen H. Olin, Henry James, John La Farge, and Manton Marble. Records of club dinners, 1911-1940, consist of the monthly menu and the signature of the members present. Scrapbook, 1899-1915, contains menus, lists of diners and members, printed notices of proposed newmembers, newspaper obituary notices announcing the deaths of former memebrs, etc
New-York Historical Society
Records, 1816-1908, including minutes of meetings, 1827-1908; treasurer's report and account book, 1879-1904; and a volume containing lists of members, donations, expenses, reports, etc., 1816-1834
German Society of Pennsylvania - Joseph Horner Library
Original handwritten minute book of the Mosheim Society (Mosheimische Gesellschaft) of Philadelphia, dated 30 January 1790 to ca. July 1791, along with a later handwritten copy of the Society's minutes (in 3 volumes), covering the period 12 September 1789 to 4 August 1792, and probably dating from around 1831. The copy includes, at the beginning, a list of members during the period covered, with some biographical notes; and a brief description of the Society in English. The list is dated 24 April 1831, and appears to be initialed: J.S. The members include: Philip Derrick, John K. Helmuth, Marcus Kuhl, George Lochman, Frederick Smith, Andrew Geyer, Christian Endress, Henry Muhlenberg, Charles Schaeffer, Adam Seybert, Jacob Senn, Jacob Wack, Jacob Wagner, Conrad Zentler, and Isaac Wambold. The original minute book is written in multiple hands; among those who sign as secretary pro tempore are Derrick, Kuhl, Lochman, Smith, Geyer, Endress, and Schaeffer. It includes a draft of the ... Read More
German Society of Pennsylvania - Joseph Horner Library
The collection contains partial records of the Damen-Verein, or Ladies Society of the Philadelphia Turners (Philadelphia Turngemeinde). The parent club was one of the first German-American gymnastics clubs in the United States, founded in 1849; and the Ladies Society was founded in 1877. The records comprise two volumes from different periods. The first volume is a ledger recording member information and dues paid from 1933 to 1938; the second, a cashbook kept from 1954 to 1959

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