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Pathfinders Club M/A 2000.47.01
|Creator||Pathfinders. (Club : Minneapolis, Minn.)|
|Repository:||James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library|
The Pathfinders Club was organized on February 14, 1901 in Minneapolis. The object of the club was "intellectual growth and social enjoyment". Each year a theme for study was selected. Meetings were held on alternate Tuesdays at the homes of members. Originally, the club had eighteen members. Membership was limited to 25 active and 30 associate members.
The club's civic involvement included establishing scholarship funds, sponsoring a lecture course that brought in guest speakers and doing work on behalf of the Red Cross.
Charter Members included:
Mrs. Flora Bird, Mrs. Abbie Coffin, Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, Mrs. Margaret Everett, Mrs. Lillian Fullmer, Mrs. Therese Graham, Mrs. Zilla L. Guernsey, Mrs. Mary Larpenteur, Mrs. Edna Lane, Miss Anna L. McGrade, Mrs. Maude Northome, Miss Theodora Schneider, Mrs. Azilda M. Vadnais, Mrs. Rhoda Rankin, Mrs. W. Reynolds, Mrs. Eleanor R. Russell, Mrs. H. Ellen Webster
Description of Collection
One Box. Collection consists of newspaper clippings about the Pathfinders Club and the club's annual programs spanning 1901-1960.
Table of Contents
Newspaper clippings1926-1951Annual programs1901-1960 (incomplete)
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