Inter Nos Study Club Collection M/A 2000.137.01
|Creator:||Inter Nos Study Club. (Minneapolis, Minn.)|
|Title:||Inter Nos Study Club Collection|
|Quantity:||0.1 Cubic feet|
|Repository:||James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library|
Date of organization unknown but earliest program is dated 1908. Study topics included countries, famous men and women, drama, and other subjects. Collection consists of five programs (1908-1915).
Officers of organization during 1908-09 included President Mrs. Williams, Vice President Mrs. Frary, Secretary Mrs. Siehl, Treasurer Mrs. Meyer, and Federation Secretary Miss Clark.
The 1910-11 officers included President Mrs. L.M. Powell, Vice President Mrs. Wm. Eggleston, Secretary Mrs. Sidney Davis, Treasurer Mrs. C.W. Williams, Reporter Mrs. E.C Pratt, and Federation Secretary Mrs. E.L. Meyer.
The 1911-12 officers included President Mrs. WM. Eggleston, Vice President Mrs. E.J. Brown, Secretary Mrs. W.E. Wheeler, Treasurer Mrs. Frederick Morgan, Reporter Mrs. Chas. Trowbridge, and Federation Secretary Mrs. E.C. Pratt.
The 1912-13 officers included President Mrs. Brown, Vice President Mrs. Wheeler, Secretary Mrs. Siehl, Treasurer Miss Clark, Reporter Mrs. Fisher, and Federation Secretary Mrs. Davis.
Lastly, the 1914-15 officers included President Mrs. Davis, Vice President Mrs. Joslyn, Secretary Mrs. Stevens, Treasurer Mrs. Fisher, Reporter Miss Clark, and Federation Secretary Mrs. Brown. Members consisted of women from the Minneapolis area.
Description of the Collection
One envelope. The collection consists of five programs from the years 1908-1915 outlining study topics, announcements, and the agendas for each particular meeting. Each program also gives names of officers and membership. Each program has a study theme. The 1908-09 program titled "A Year in Holland," focuses on Dutch culture; the 1910-11 program titled "Famous Men and Women," focuses on literature; the 1911-12 program titled "A Winter Sojourn in Italy," focuses on Italian culture and art; the 1912-13 program titled "Readings from Modern Drama," focuses on readings from modern theater; finally, the untitled 1914-15 program consists of a variety of topics, which include hobbies, prison reform, juvenile court, etc.
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