Minutes (administrative records)
Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains some materials which pertain to the National Special Libraries Association, however, most material deals with the activities of the local Central Ohio Chapter, previously named the Dayton chapter. Included are chapter by-laws, minutes, workshop and conference reports, bulletins, financial records and printed materials.
The records of the Springfield Typographical Union No. 117 cover the period 1901 1976 and consist of minutes of regular meetings, minutes of various committees, including the Business Committee, correspondence, conference reports, and material concerning strikes and lockouts.
The collection includes minutes, treasury reports, program information, certificates, newspaper clippings, and a few photographs from the Trotwood Women's Club of Trotwood, Ohio. These items were collected by members of the Trotwood Women's Club and relate to the club's activities and community involvement from its creation in 1936 to 2011. The club is still active in the community today.
These records include minutes of the organization, 1890-1969, ledgers, 1947-1963, and bond reports, 1934-1953. The collection consists of eighteen volumes and twelve folders.
Contains membership meeting minutes of the Miami Valley Carpenter's District Council, Executive Board minutes, constitutions, financial records, contract proposals, newsletters, and convention proceedings. Local 684 is based in Dayton, Ohio.
The United Way of the Greater Dayton Area (UWGDA) was founded shortly after the 1913 flood. The United Way fundraises through workplace payroll deduction campaigns, in support of local nonprofit affiliates, to support health and human services agencies. The collection includes minutes, financial records, news clippings, press releases and newsletters, camapaign marketing materials and reports, agency directories, photographs, and audiovisual materials.
The Upper River Fund was an endowment fund established in 1992 by Glenn Thompson and his wife Margaret, to preserve the upper Little Miami and the Mad Rivers. The collection contains meeting minutes and correspondence; financial records and reports, records from easement agreements to buy/sell agreements; and some photographs of prospective areas of land and topographical maps that outline easements along the upper Little Miami and Mad Rivers.