New Jersey Historical Society
This collection consists of a record book of missionary efforts by the High Street Presbyterian Church in cooperation with the First German Church, a record book for the Church's Sunday School, and four scrapbooks compiled by a long-standing member of the church containing numerous materials interfiled. These materials range in date from 1852 to 1950, and include Sunday school roll books, brochures, photographs, manuals, financial reports, lists of congregation members, notes on church history, service books, newspaper clippings and other miscellany. The materials document the founding members of the church, its finances over the years, the various church groups hosted by High Street, the social and fundraising events organized by these groups, the biographies of some of the prominent members of the congregation, and many of the services and sermons delivered throughout the history of the church
Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
The church record books contain membership lists and accounts of weekly deacons' meetings that were chiefly concerned with matters of church discipline although they include infrequent references to cooperation with the local police force. Post Civil War records include more diversified church and community activities
Cincinnati Museum Center - Cincinnati Historical Library and Archives
The collection contains the records of the Club's officers, including minutes, correspondence, handbooks, financial records, memorials, programs, etc., from 1917 to 1966
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
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Records of the King, Wisconsin camp of a voluntary fraternal association of Spanish-American War veterans dedicated to preserving the memory of their sacrifices and to promoting patriotism. The General Charles King Camp 44, located at the Wisconsin Veterans Home (WVH), was chartered in 1925 and for the most part consisted of residents of the WVH. The collection includes membership dues books which list most of the members of the camp. Other documents listing camp members that might prove useful to genealogists are muster rolls of members and registers of meeting attendance, membership, and members' deaths. Meeting minutes from 1941 to 1962 document many of the concerns of the camp namely veteran pensions, patriotic affairs, and the deaths of comrades. Also included are some financial records that show the types of things the group spent money on. Bank statements and checks from the late 1950s through the mid-1960s document the camp paying its national dues and buying flowers for ... Read More
New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
Group of records comprised primarily of 28 volumes containing membership rosters from the years 1842 thru 1857. The information in each volume is arranged alphabetically by member's name and sometimes includes their place of residence and amount of dues paid. This group also includes a catalogue of books found in the Agriculture Room Library at Albany, 1855 and a register of visitors to the Agriculture Room from 1856 to 1869. The latter volume also includes notes on weather, Hudson River boats, Civil War casualties, obituaries of prominent people, and clippings concerning the assassination of President Lincoln
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Articles of incorporation, membership lists, minutes for the Tucson lodge (1902-1909), membership ledger for the Florence lodge (1895-1909), newspaper clippings, by-laws and miscellaneous publications of the A.O.U.W. There is information about the building of the Tucson lodge in 1898. Meeting minutes generally cover aid to members
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
This collection consists of programs from Junior League of Tucson productions including "The Junior League Follies 1953," "Follies Of '56," the 1959 "Paint the Town Red," and the 1962 "One for the money, Two for the Show, Three to get ready, and four to go!," the 1965 "A Spoonful of Sugar." There is also a calendar with program insert from 1969 entitled "Live a Little with The Junior League of Tucson," and the 1972 program entitled "The Beat Goes On." The programs include cast member names and photos, names of members and volunteers, and names and advertisements for various sponsors and patrons, including Tucson businesses
University of Oregon
Collection consists of personal, social, and business records relating to the John A. Powell family and the Joseph B.V. Butler family of Linn and Polk counties, Oregon. The collection includes the following: 1. Manuscript guide book listing mileage and condition of the trail from Fort Hall to the John Day River, Oregon in 1851. It includes sundry feed and ferriage accounts for the overland journey, and accounts of the estate of Anthony Probst, deceased. 2. Account book, 1857-1871, and daybook, 1868-1869, of lumber and mill work sales by the Powell mill, Linn County, Oregon. 3. Memory book of Paradine Butler, 1853, with verses, sentiments, and braided hair samples. 4. Diary of Rilla Yambert, McCutchenville, Ohio, 1884, describing housework, teaching of Sunday school, singing school, and organ playing. 5. Ledger of Ezra Poppleton's general store, Monmouth, Oregon, 1874-1876 (2 volumes). Volume 1 includes the 1866-1867 ledger of G.T. Bolter, broom maker in Portland, Oregon. 6. Copybook ... Read More
University of Oregon
The collection consists of Friars publications, directories, and rosters. Material is organized by accession and includes the following material: (lists are not comprehensive) Accession 10654: includes office files and newsletters as well as bound editions of the Friars Scroll, no. 31-76, Jan. 1943- Jan. 1965. There is also a Friars Directory from 1959. Accession 1996.185: includes bound editions of the Friars Scroll from 1942-1969, as well as an undated friar's directory. Accession 2005.24: contains materials from a 2002 project to compile current vitae or biographical information on matriculated University of Oregon Friars. Materials include resumes, vitae, and obituaries for some members, as well as a bound roster compiled using this information


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