Private membership clubs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1508
Collection — Folder S2418
Scope and Contents This collection includes the reminiscences of Charlotte Jones Dunn regarding the early days of the Contemporary Club of Indianapolis. Dunn's circa 1940 recollections were handwritten on five pages of her personal stationary. The collection also includes a few brief recollections about the club typewritten by Dr. Christopher B. Coleman in December 1940.
Collection — Folder S2773
Scope and Contents This collection contains several items from the Contemporary Club of Indianapolis, including the program from its December 3, 1940 golden anniversary dinner; a copy of The Contemporary Club of Indianapolis, 1890-1940, a 48-page commemorative booklet about the club's first 50 years; a copy of the bookletThe Contemporary Club of Indianapolis: Members, 1954-1955; a letter to members listing the officers and directors elected for the...
Collection — Folder S1783
Scope and Contents This collection consists of items printed and distributed by the Greentree Country Club in Hamilton County, Indiana from 1967 to 1976, including flyers regarding golf tournaments and social events, notices about club house rules and policy changes, and other circulars that relayed information regarding the club and its members. The bulk of the collection consists of issues of the club’s newsletter, The Greentree Bugler.
Collection — Folder S2669
Scope and Contents This collection includes the initiation register for the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Lodge No. 169 of Oxford, Indiana containing entries ranging from 1857 to 1928 and three additional entries from 1949. The collection also includes a four page typewritten list of members initiated into the lodge from 1857 to 1900, listed alphabetically along with their age, occupation and year of initiation.
Dates: 1857-1928, 1949
Scope and Contents This collection contains several official documents of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows from Montezuma, Indiana ranging from 1850 to 1925. It includes several account books, a minute book, treasury books, a roll of officers, pamphlets and booklets containing general information on the group's rules and constitution.
Scope and Contents This collection includes meeting minutes, programs, memberships lists, treasury reports, correspondence, newspapers, active membership booklets, awards, constitutions, bylaws, photographs and miscellaneous documents from the Indianapolis Matinee Musicale ranging from 1877 to 2021 regarding the organization's purpose and activities.
Collection — Folder S2416
Scope and Contents This collection includes pages from a "memorandum" notebook prepared for Mr. and Mrs. Homer Woods as a "token of thanks" for his service as president of the Riviera Club Boosters in 1945. The notebook pages consist of correspondence and documents regarding the Boosters from 1935 to 1945, including the group's constitution and bylaws, lists of officers, and names and addresses of committee members. James H. Makin, founder of the Riviera Club, signed the dedication page.