Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of meeting minutes (1949-1965) and correspondence of the Michigan Park Citizens Association. It also contains a scrapbook of photographs, letters, and other memorabilia about the Michigan Park Garden Club (1951-1973).
The collection includes budgets, financial statements, membership information, newsletters, handbooks, conference materials, annual reports, and meeting minutes from the National Capital Area Chapter American Society for Public Administration’s office files and past officers of the Society.
The D.C. chapter of Tots and Teens, Inc. records document the organization's operations and includes: agendas, by-laws, event flyers, family rosters, meeting minutes, memorabilia, news bulletins, newsletters, and related materials.
The materials in this collection consist mainly of topical files compiled by Neighbors, Inc. from the late 1950s to the early 1990s. Included in the materials are pamphlets, clippings, correspondence, photographs, brochures, and newsletters relating to neighborhood associations, religious organizations, political organizations, and government reports.
The papers consist of correspondence, by-laws, meeting minutes, financial reports, a short history, member information, and photographs of the Northeasterners.
The collection contains programs, yearbooks, meeting minutes, reports, membership lists, correspondence, and receipts which document the activities of the Petworth Women’s Club.
The materials in this collection reflect the administrative duties of the management of the The Society of Washington Artists. Materials include: correspondence, programs, meeting minutes (including one bound volume of minutes), the official Society Seal, and exhibition catalogues. Also included in this collection are photocopies of many of the materials. Some of the copies do not have corresponding original documents in this collection. The location of these originals is unknown.
The materials are primarily meeting minutes of the Women's City Club of Washington, D.C. from 1919 through 1972. Also included are scrapbooks, photographs, clippings, and administrative records which document the Club's founding and activities.