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CivO. Civic Organizations

 Topic Guide
Identifier: CivO
This classification groups collections on the topic of civic organizations.

Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:

Bavarian Beneficial Society Records (MFM-123)

Identifier: MFM-123
Scope and Contents

Founded in 1875, the Bavarian Beneficial Society served families of Cincinnati's German community during times of sickness and death. Four volumes of records include membership rolls (listing name, age, occupation, and address), names of officers and trustees, obituaries of deceased members, and reports of the Illness Committee which lists name, age, and address of the individual who was served. The records are in German.

Dates: 1875-1924

Beaver Creek Wetlands Association Collection

Identifier: MS-369

The collection includes business materials, meeting minutes, agendas, reports from the various committees that ran the organization as well as some news clippings, brochures, maps, and newsletters created by and about the Beaver Creek Wetlands Association. Also included is membership and volunteer information such as member lists, volunteer activities, membership committees, and volunteer job descriptions.

Dates: 1987-2009; Majority of material found within 1987-1999

Beavercreek Committee of Eleven, Inc., Records (MFM-35)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MFM-35
Scope and Contents Microfilm copy of The Beavercreek Committee of Eleven, Inc. Records (MS-112), which document a 15-year struggle by a local citizen's committee to prevent neighboring municipalities from annexing portions of Beavercreek Township in Greene County, Ohio. The committee also worked to secure incorporation for Beavercreek as a village. Included are minutes of Trustees' meetings, membership lists, general and legal correspondence, legal briefs, petitions for incorporation, community attitude...
Dates: circa 1980

Beavercreek Committee of Eleven, Inc. Records

Identifier: MS-112
Abstract Records document a 15-year struggle by a citizens' committee to prevent neighboring cities from annexing portions of Beavercreek Township in Greene County and secure incorporation for Beavercreek as a village. Included are minutes, membership lists, correspondence, legal papers, petitions, community attitude surveys, fund raising materials, and newspaper clippings. A copy of the book Birth of a City: a Somewhat Personalized View of the Incorporation of Beavercreek, Ohio written in 2016 by...
Dates: 1956-1980; 2016; Majority of material found within 1964-1980

Beavercreek Women's League Records

Identifier: MS-428
Abstract Established in 1969, the Beavercreek Women's League (BWL) is a civic organization that supports families, women, and their communities. It is an ongoing collection that includes administrative and organizational records including meeting agendas and minutes, monthly financial statements, end of the year reports, constitutions, by laws and code of regulations, correspondence, membership records, and program information; publicity and publication records including newsletters, newspaper...
Dates: 1969-2012

Belmont Bison High School Alumni Collection

Identifier: MS-448

This collection contains materials assembled by the Belmont Bison (High School) Alumni Association, Dayton, Ohio, covering the history of the school, focusing primarily on student and alumni activities. The majority of the collection is comprised of photographs and slides, but also includes newsletters and newspaper articles along with award plaques and miscellaneous memorabilia.

Dates: 1956-2006

Bennet Coy Miami Conservancy District Collection (SC-100)

Identifier: SC-100
Scope and Contents

Reports, pamphlets, and studies relating to the Miami Conservancy District.

Dates: 1919 - 1970

Beta Phi Omega Fraternity History Collection (MS-601)

Identifier: MS-601
Scope and Contents Series I, Official Records, includes materials transferred from the active fraternity. Currently, this series includes only the most recent constitution and by-laws, dated 2018. An electronic version is also available in the E-Archive.Series II, Richard P. Roy, includes materials donated by Richard P. Roy, one of the fraternity’s founding members. It includes documents, photographs, news clippings, and objects from the organization’s early history, as well as materials from later...
Dates: 1967-2018; Majority of material found within 1967-1975

Irvin G. Bieser Sr. Papers

Identifier: MS-232

Papers reflect the civic involvements of Bieser, a Dayton attorney. Included are materials from several organizations including the Dayton Research Association, the Dayton Peace Council, the Dayton Chamber of Commerce, the Dayton Draft Board (1940-1946), the Public Library Advisory Committee, and Dayton City Improvement.

Dates: 1934-1961

Juliet Stroh Blanchard Collection

Identifier: MS-340
Abstract The manuscript collection of Juliet Blanchard is a bountiful resource of primary materials for research relating to the social, educational, and philanthropic activities of a woman who made a significant contribution to Dayton and to the state of Ohio during the mid-20th century. Her collection is of special interest in the field of Women's Studies as Blanchard challenged the boundaries of traditional homemaking. The collection also provides some insight on the activities of the...
Dates: 1902-1996