Contains constitution and bylaws, meeting minutes, and scrapbooks.
Contains minutes of board meetings, minutes of annual meetings, financial and accountants statements, rosters of members, committee and officer correspondence, merger documents, theatrical show programs, pamphlets, photographs, deeds, and time-log books.
Consists primarily of material relating to the administration, activities, and history of the association. Includes minutes, financial information, scrapbooks, programs, yearbooks, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, VHS and cassette tapes, and memorabilia.[Finding Aid]
Rosters, committee materials, individual member files, Chili Open program books, Akrotarian (newsletter), financial files, framed portraits, publications, and Akron Rotary Camp Audit Files.
A member of the Federation of Women's Clubs, this collection covers the founding of the club until 1958. The materials include annual booklets and records of the club secretary. The booklets list activities, events, and membership. The records include minutes of meetings. Also, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings and miscellaneous club material.
Many of the Kiwanis Club activities focused around civil service and patriotic objectives. Materials relate to the club's history, its organization, financial information, membership, activities, and relationships to other organizations.
History of meetings, attendance records, treasurer's records, constitution, correspondence, meeting summaries, obituaries, and membership registers.
Minutes, correspondence, financial records, reports, scrapbooks, and miscellany of a Jewish social organization.
Materials dealing with the Buckeye Council, including: correspondence, minutes, merger materials (Buckeye/Massillon and McKinley/Canton Councils), financial analyses, the Colorado Springs Jamboree (1960), annual programs, field director staff meeting minutes, the merger agreement, and the organization of the new council.
Business papers, including: annual meeting materials, budget requests, receipts, finances, committee meeting minutes, licenses and royalties, operations, organizational procedures and practices, and personnel files comprise the bulk of the records. Also included are: files on the significant sponsoring institutions, materials on Camp Manatoc (Peninsula), and programs such as scout advancement, aviation and scouting, badges and awards, cubbing, health and safety, juvenile delinquency, Air Scouts, Black Scouting, Catholic Scouting, Jamborees, the Area Planning Assembly, Region Four, the Scout-O-Rama, Mother's Club, and the Wood Badge Course.
The AAUW is the oldest and largest national organization for women. This collection contains branch minutes, board minutes, correspondence, bulletins, and scrapbooks detailing the activities of the AAUW.
Audiocassettes of Akron Roundtable speakers.
Constitution, by-laws, articles of incorporation, scrapbooks, reports, membership information, yearbooks, and a photograph album.
ACESS, an organization consisting of technical and scientific societies, represents over 3,000 engineers, scientists and technicians in the greater Akron area. Included in this collection are board minutes; records of ACESS banquets and programs; and their publication, The Akron Technical Journal.