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Image of Audio-Visual Club, West Junior High School - 1996-01-001.010.045

Audio-Visual Club, West Junior High School - 1996-01-001.010.045

"Mr. Rex Gillen (center) instructing student operators at West Junior High School, 1958. A. V. coordinators in the secondary schools used student clubs to assist them in carrying on the A. V. programs. The pupils were valuable in setting up projectors and assisting teachers with projection and at the same time they learned responsibility and citizenship traits."

Image of Lansing Rebekahs of I. O. O. F. - 1996-01-001.011.014

Lansing Rebekahs of I. O. O. F. - 1996-01-001.011.014

A group portrait of the Lansing Rebekahs, the women's auxiliary of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I. O. O. F.). The women are identified on the reverse.

Image of Lansing Independent Order of Odd Fellows - 1996-01-001.011.015

Lansing Independent Order of Odd Fellows - 1996-01-001.011.015

A group portrait of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I. O. O. F.). The men are identified on the reverse.

Image of Lansing Jaycees - 2005-01-001

Lansing Jaycees - 2005-01-001

Lansing Jaycees. This collection includes a wide range of administrative and program material, as well as scrapbooks, awards, and other documentation of Jaycees activities since the founding in 1929. The majority of the material dates from the 1970s to the 1990s. The collection has not been fully processed. The Container List here is taken from a rough inventory of the material done in 2015-2016. Please click on Container List items to read descriptions of the contents in each folder. Contact the library with any questions about this collection. Jaycees history: The Lansing Jaycees were founded in November 1929. The father of the Michigan Jaycees, Bill Otto, helped organize the Lansing

Image of Morris Ingham County History Collection - 2006-04-001

Morris Ingham County History Collection - 2006-04-001

Donated to the Mason branch of the Capital Area District Libraries in 2006 by Eugene G. Wanger in memory of the donor's father-in-law, Leslie Dana Morris and mother-in-law, Mabel Rebecca Morris, this collection comprises the majority of Mr. Wanger's personal library of books, manuscripts and ephemera pertaining to the history of Ingham County, Michigan. Leslie Dana Morris, son of Stephen Arnold Morris and Lida Ellen Couples, was born March 1, 1894, in Logan County, Ohio. He later moved to Eden, Michigan, where he farmed until 1960 when he and his wife relocated to Mason Michigan. L. D. Morris was also a former employee of REO and the John Bean Company. He died on May 6, 1985. Mabel Rebe

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Lansing YWCA Series 6: Diana awards - 2008-07-001.006

This series includes award nominations, biographical information, publicity, and event information.

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Lansing YWCA - 2008-07-001

This collection consists of materials that reflect the history, organization, and operations of the Lansing Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA). The Lansing chapter began in 1889. Over the years, the organization grew and operated in several buildings. At one time, the YWCA included rooms to rent and a lunch room that was open to the public. The Diana awards were given annually from 1977 to 2003 to women who were leaders in the community. The collection includes minutes and reports of the board of directors as well as various committees; information on specific programs such as the Diana award, along with photographs and biographies; the YWCA centennial in 1989; and scrapbooks and c

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Lansing YWCA Series 7: YWCA histories - 2008-07-001.007

This series includes both Lansing and national YWCA histories, information on the national YWCA Centennial in 1955 and the Lansing YWCA Centennial in 1989, and information about the YWCA time capsule and cornerstone.

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Lansing YWCA Series 8: Letters, bulletins, guest book, slide show script, postcard book - 2008-07-001.008

This series includes correspondence, a 1989 YWCA cookbook, a postcard scrapbook from Norway, and Diana award dinner programs among other materials.

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Lansing YWCA Series 12: Audio-visual materials and objects - 2008-07-001.012

This series includes photographs, slides, reel-to-reel and cassette audio recordings, VHS video recordings, data disks (circa late 1990s-early 2000s data), framed photographs, bronze plaques, and various objects. Select items from this series have been digitized.

Image of Lansing's Investment in its Girlhood - 2008-07-001.012.001

Lansing's Investment in its Girlhood - 2008-07-001.012.001

A fold-out brochure with information about the new (1926) Young Women's Christian Association building at 219 Townsend Street in Lansing, Mich. The brochure has a cover illustration of the building by architects Robinson and Campau, and gives an overview of the services and features of the building, including floor plans for the five-story building.