CivO. Civic Organizations
Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents the activities and administrative records of the Dayton Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. The collection includes scrapbooks, members' directories, programs, monthly newsletters, meeting minutes, and treasurers' reports.
Consists of the minute book of an Auglaize County women’s veterans society
Contains a variety of materials on the establishment and growth of the Red Cross in Dayton as well as the records of the Greene and Preble County Chapters prior to their merger with the Dayton Chapter in 1960. The collection includes Board of Directors and committee meeting minutes, annual reports, programs, extensive correspondence, financial records, audio materials, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
The microfilmed records are from the Red Cross, Dayton Area Chapter Records (MS-121) and span 1917-1980. Included are Board of Director's minutes, financial reports, annual reports, Annual Meeting programs, statistical reports, and clippings of the 1974 Xenia, Ohio tornado. The records were microfilmed by Wright State University Libraries.
Founded in 1986, the Antioch Writers' Workshop is a nonprofit organization that encourages creative writing by offering classes and seminars. It has evolved over the years from a community of writers who mingled with faculty and students informally throughout the day into a fiscal agent of the Antioch College. The records include meeting minutes, correspondence, financial and membership records, photographs, posters, VHS, pamphlets, newsletters, and multimedia.
The Area Progress Council was formed in 1961 with the common concern for the progress of the Miami Valley. The Council was instrumental in the establishment of Wright State University and its medical school. This collection contains administrative materials, primarily meeting minutes, presentations, reports, and correspondence; and financial records, including budgets and annual financial summaries.
Panoramic photograph (reproduction) entitled “Ariel Club Dinner, D.W. A. Co. The photograph shows 212 women outdoors with a small band in the background. Photo was taken by Sam R. Kremer of Dayton.
The contents in the collection include the organization's newsletter "The Green Heart," Board of Trustee's Minutes, and original artwork done by a member.