Clubs -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists primarily of the Child Study Group's annual calendars, dating from the 1950s to 2009. Other items include photographs from the 1990s, meeting attendance rolls, and member information.
The Demeter Garden Club Records include the club’s creed and constitution, a small business ledger, and the minutes of the club’s meetings. The collection has three scrapbooks that contain newspaper clippings of the various events hosted by the garden club, certificates, and photographs.
Materials include club constitutions, a creed, three scrapbooks, yearbooks, and membership directories.
The record book contains Constitution, By-laws, and minutes of the Fayetteville City Hospital Auxiliary, 1909-1916; roll of members 1912-1913; expense report 1909; inlaid typed explanatory note by Elizabeth D. Ellis; and undated newspaper clipping reporting about the first six-month City Hospital's operation.
Three scrapbooks and a photographic album containing organizational files, correspondence, reports, programs, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and photographs, pertaining to the General LaFayette Chapter's activities from 1986 to 1988.
The collection consists of handmade annual yearbooks of Fayetteville's Iris Garden Club. Contents of yearbooks vary by year, but typically include information such as officer lists, brief meeting minutes, and member contact information.
Materials include awards, plaques, invitations, newsletters, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, magazine clippings, correspondence, photographs, lectures, academic publications, research journals, club minutes, constitutions, charters, University of Arkansas job applications and notices of change in job status, poetry by Otis Hite, and confidential papers pertaining to illegal recruitment of Jim Barnes.
The collection consists of records of The Town Club, a social organization based in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Materials include meeting minutes, bylaws, member lists, event fliers, photographs, and an audiocassette tape of the group's 50th anniversary celebration.
The Wednesday Club Records contain books with the minutes of the meetings and financial records; a notebook with drafts of the minutes; yearbooks; letters; loose sheets with handwritten notes; and a spiral notebook with miscellaneous entries, such as addresses, telephone numbers, and name lists.