Minutes (administrative records)
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Founded in 1967, the Miami Valley Personnel and Guidance Association was concerned with promoting and supporting personnel management professionals. Records include meeting minutes, newsletters, correspondence, printed materials, and membership lists.
The collection consists of original church records for the Middle Run Primitive Baptist Church, founded in 1799 and one of the earliest congregations in Greene County, Ohio. Records include congregational meeting minutes, membership lists, and cemetery records.
Consists of annual reports and director's minutes of an Auglaize County, Ohio, bank that failed in 1937.
This is a miscellaneous collection of union records including a 1908-1919 minute book from the Dayton Pressmen's Union, Local 12, and oral history interviews from three IUE District Council 7 officials.
Microfilm created circa 1980 of correspondence, memos, resolutions, financial records, working papers, and minutes of the Montgomery County Park District Commissioners, spanning 1962-1978. The original records are now part of MS-45 Five Rivers MetroParks Records.
The National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), Branch 182 was organized in Dayton, Ohio in 1891. The branch has also been referred to as the “Gem City Branch” of NALC and serves to protect the labor rights of letter carriers in Dayton. The collection includes membership meeting minutes, membership records, correspondence, photographs, and miscellaneous materials.
Meeting minutes, fliers, publicity and correspondence from the National Organization for Women, Dayton Chapter during the years 1980-1984. The collection provides insight into the organization’s activities advocating for women’s rights on the local and national levels. Among the issues represented are ERA ratification, and reproductive rights.
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), Catharine Greene Chapter Records (MS-684)
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Catharine Greene Chapter, was founded at Xenia, Ohio, in 1894. The records document the history and activities of the chapter, including meeting minutes, membership records, financial information, yearbooks, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, programs, photographs, and genealogical information.