Minutes (administrative records)
Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains four record books and a 16-millimeter film, that document membership, activities, and meetings in Dayton’s First Christian Church and the related Walnut Hills Christian Church.
The records are a rich source of information on the church's growth, teachings, membership, and activities, as well as its role in the community of Dayton and beyond.
Records include yearbooks, meeting minutes, correspondence, financial and membership records, and scrapbooks containing clippings and photographs pertaining to the club's activities. Founded in 1889, the Woman's Literary Club was the first women's club in Dayton. The club's purpose is the study of literature, but it has also engaged in charitable activities. It has also evolved over the years to include creative writing as well as literary study.
The Special Collections and Archives Departmental Records Collection contains the archival administrative files of the department, including program development files, collection records, publications, event and publicity files, and the various director’s subject files dating back to the beginning of the program. The collection contains only permanent historical records.
Consists of minute records book of a Xenia citizen’s committee opposed to the sale of alcoholic beverages between the years of 1901 and 1911.
The Yellow Springs Community Council (YSCC) was an umbrella organization under the United Way of Dayton. The United Way of Dayton would allocate money to the YSCC and, in turn, the YSCC would disseminate that money to the smaller non-profits in Yellow Springs. Materials include bylaws, meeting minutes, financial statements, balance sheets, funding requests, and both internal and external correspondence.