Found in 117 Collections and/or Records:
The Centerville Garden Club, located near Dayton, Ohio, was established in 1930. The records consist almost entirely of scrapbooks with both internal and external material on the club. The materials are photographs, newspaper clippings, booklets containing a list of events, members and officers, certificates, awards and thank you notes.
On October 11, 1911, Marie and Helen Rotterman founded the Dayton Chapter of the Christ Child Society. Minutes, photographs, and committee files document the group's primary focus of providing clothing and aid to needy women and children .
Suzanne Clauser was a Yellow Springs, Ohio author who wrote extensively for television and published a successful novel. Her papers include: copies of her earlier unpublished works, copies of several scripts written for the Bonanza television series, correspondence, material pertaining to her novel titled A Girl named Sooner, screenplays, biographical materials, and clippings.
Correspondence, notes, newsclippings, photographs, public relations materials, and a scrapbook document Carol Cline's interest and acclaim in the Dayton radio community and the public relations industry, as well as her international travels and civic commitment.
Clothes That Work is an organization that provides clothing and training to people in and around Dayton to help them obtain jobs. The organization was started in 1998 by a group of eight women. The organization fundraises through events and collects clothing for interviews for everyone and dance attire for young women. This collection contains administrative files, event files and photos, and marketing materials.
Established in 1907, the College Women's Club of Dayton (CWC) continues to meet monthly during the fall, winter, and spring months for the purpose of uniting "alumnae of institutions of higher learning, and to foster an interest in higher education." The club continues to promote higher education, offer continuing education through study groups, and encourage service to the community. The collection contains financial, administrative, and membership records.