CivO. Civic Organizations
Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:
The Matthew C. Kirkpatrick collection consists of photographs, correspondence, arrest logs, identification cards, books, and a scrapbook. It was created by Matthew C. Kirkpatrick who was a Dayton policeman and Chief of Police during the mid-20th century.
The Kiwanis Club of Xenia is a service club founded in Xenia, Ohio, in 1922. The academics, athletics, and health of youth are central to many of its efforts and activities. The collection includes narrative histories, meeting minutes, membership rosters, annual and monthly reports, correspondence, financial records, bulletins (newsletters), news clippings, and photographs.
Photocopy of the constitution and bylaws of a nineteenth century vigilante society in Montgomery County from Oct. 3, 1887
Consists of the League of Women Voter's publication, The Voter's Guide, which profiles candidates and issues before each general election. The issues on the microfilm span 1941-1981. See also MS-123.
Records consist of a volume of minutes of the Logan County Agricultural Society, which served as an advocacy and educational organization for county farmers as well as administering the county fair.
A bound, fold-out map of Ohio's state highways including an index of cities and villages, dating from 1932.
The collection consists of a single scrapbook containing clippings, original materials (such as programs and correspondence), and occasional handwritten commentary, mostly focused on Dayton's classical music scene in the 1930s and 1940s. Eleanor McCann was the music director at the Dayton Art Institute at the time.
Miami Military Institute Handbook for 1909-1910 school year.