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AAUW Lansing-East Lansing Branch - 2014-11-003

This collection includes records of the Lansing-East Lansing chapter of the American Association of University Women primarily from the 1950s and 1960s, plus several scrapbooks, ledgers, and sound recordings. The AAUW is a national organization that promotes education and equity for all women and girls. The Lansing Area Branch of the AAUW was organized in 1912. It is the second oldest branch after Ann Arbor in the state of Michigan.

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Mabel Wood Collection - 2014-06-003

This small collection, created by Blanche Mabel Wood (October 4, 1882 - May 15, 1966), includes newspaper clippings about her, Mary L. "Minnie" Sherman, and John and Charlotte Broad. The Broads owned a home at 424 North Cedar Street in Lansing. Minnie was Charlotte's daughter from a first marriage. Mabel's mother died when she was five, and her father brought her to the home of the Broads, who were his distant cousins. Mabel graduated from high school in Lansing and also attended Olivet College. She was a teacher in the Lansing schools until 1949. The collection includes her correspondence with Minnie and others; samples of her poetry and other writing; clippings about her and the family she

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Local History Biography and Subject Files Series 5: Clubs and Organizations - 2015-03-002.005

Information on a wide range of clubs and organizations, including neighborhood associations, social clubs, and civic and non-profit groups. These files can be browsed in the Local History Room at CADL during open hours. Most contents have not been digitized.

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Ingham County Federation of Women's Clubs - 2015-05-008

This collection contains legal documentation, meeting minutes, club reports, scrapbooks, photographs, newspaper clippings, year books and correspondence on the Ingham County Federation of Women's Clubs. It also contains the records of the Woman's Historical Club, located in Lansing. A previous version of a finding aid created by the Forest Parke Library & Archives in 2013, with item-level detail of the collection's contents, is attached to this record. The Ingham County Federation of Women’s Clubs was formed in 1917 and the first annual meeting was held in 1918. Local clubs were formed all over the county in municipalities such as: Lansing, East Lansing, Holt, Okemos, Haslett, Mason, St

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Caterino Subject File Collection - 2015-06-006

This is a collection of Lansing and regional subject files assembled by David Caterino as part of his larger group of local history materials. Files contain materials such as brochures, menus, flyers, reports, and other ephemeral items. The materials are sorted into several broad subject categories developed by Caterino, and include things like biographies, buildings, clubs and associations, sports, transportation, and others.

Image of Lansing Homing Pigeon Club - 2015-03-001.108

Lansing Homing Pigeon Club - 2015-03-001.108

A group of several unidentified men and one girl, holding pigeons in front of an American flag.

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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."

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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.

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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.

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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 6: Diana awards - 2008-07-001.006

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

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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.