CivO. Civic Organizations
Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains handwritten and typed documents of burial plots and grave records, maps, financial reports and receipts, deeds, ledgers, meeting minutes, photographs, and correspondence. The records pertain to both New Greencastle Cemetery and Old Greencastle Cemetery, which are burial grounds of some of the founders of Dayton.
The Health and Welfare Planning Council of the Dayton Area Records consist of nine (9) bound volumes of the Board of Directors' records, including constitutions and bylaws, officer lists, meeting minutes and attachments. The Health and Welfare Planning Council of the Dayton Area, Inc., primarily served Montgomery, Greene, and Preble Counties, and it was an associated agency of the United Fund.
Contains the will and associated documents concerning Horace Mann, once President of Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio.
The Helen Hunt Club was a women's literary organization founded in 1891 by a group of Dayton school teachers. The group studied and read papers on literary subjects and produced a play each year. Records consist of a constitution and by-laws, meeting minutes, club programs, correspondence, and the manuscript of a novel written by several club members ca. 1910.
The Inland Children’s Chorus was sponsored by the Inland Manufacturing Division of the General Motors Corporation from 1936-1970 and open to children (ages 8-16) of Inland employees. The Chorus was a unique contribution by American industry to young people, the community, and the performing arts. The collection includes programs from their concerts, photographs, books, newspaper and periodical clippings, certificates, and memorabilia all donated by former members of the Chorus.
The John Pirelli Lodge was a chapter of the Società di Mutuo Soccorso (Sons of Italy) established in Dayton soon after the death of its namesake Giovanni “John” Pirelli. The collection includes planning and finance information, officer lists, rules and rituals, general histories, newspaper clippings, photographs, and oral histories.