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Alumnae Club of Ann Arbor. Lucille B. Conger Alumnae Group (University of Michigan) records, 1947-2004 (majority within 1967-1996)

2.5 linear feet (in 3 boxes)

The Lucile B. Conger Alumnae Chapter was established in 1947 as an offshoot of the Junior Michigan Alumnae Group. The Conger Chapter provides financial support and mentorship to women attending the University of Michigan through annual fundraising and social events. Materials include officer records, newsletters, membership directories, and scrapbooks.

The collection is divided into four series, Officer Records, Newsletters, Directories, and Visual Materials.


American Legion. Auxiliary. Erwin Prieskorn Unit #46 (Ann Arbor, Mich.) records, 1921-1992 (majority within 1970-1985)

3 linear feet — 3 oversize volumes

Minutes of meetings, 1921-1992; Administrative files include annual reports, membership materials, committee records, correspondence, and subject files relating to fundraising events and charitable activities; and scrapbooks, 1932-1983, containing clippings about activities with a scattering of photographs and letters.

The records of the American Legion Auxiliary, Erwin Prieskorn Post #46, Ann Arbor, Michigan, date from 1921 to 1992. The record group is divided into three series: Minutes, Administrative, and Scrapbooks.


Ann Arbor Garden Club Records, 1930-1965

1 linear foot — 1 oversize folder

Reports of the club's presidents and treasurers, committee reports, constitution and by-laws, membership records, and bulletins, 1930-1965.

Both the internal workings and activities of the group are well documented in this record group. The records, 1930-1965, include a constitution and by-laws, minutes, 1933-1952, reports of the club's presidents and treasurers committee reports, flower show material, bulletins, and clippings. Illustrative of some women's activities during the 1930's, 40's and 50's, the record group also provides insights into local Ann Arbor history. The records, left in their original order for the most part, reflect the organization and activities of the club.


Ann Arbor Thrift Shop Association (Michigan) records, 1933-2006 (majority within 1933-1999)

2.5 linear feet (in 4 boxes)

Philanthropic organization established to aid the needy through the resale of merchandise. Minutes of board and general meetings, financial records, constitution and by-laws, history, and photographs.

The Thrift Shop Association of Ann Arbor record group has been arranged into six series: Historical/Background Materials, Minutes of Board and General Meeting Minutes, Committee Records, Topical Files, Photographs, and Chronological Files.


Ann Arbor Woman’s Club (Mich.) records, 1906-1983

3 linear feet

Minutes of meetings, annual reports, secretary and treasurer's books, scrapbooks, and miscellaneous clippings, budgets and newsletters.

The records of the Ann Arbor Woman's Club have been arranged into the following series: Secretary's records; Annual and other reports; Miscellanea; Treasurer's record books; Scrapbooks; and Photographs.


Ann Arbor Women Artists records, 1951-2013

7.5 linear feet

Formerly known as the Women Painters' Group and affiliated, 1951-1960, with the Ann Arbor Art Association and the Women's City Club. In 2002, the name of the organization was changed to Ann Arbor Women Artists. Historian's books containing yearbooks, newspaper clippings, membership lists, officer reports, and exhibition material.

The records of the organization include clippings, programs, directories of members, minutes of meetings and annual reports, records of the historian and the exhibition committee.


Ann Arbor Young Men’s - Young Women's Christian Association (Mich.) records, 1894-1956

2 linear feet — 1 oversize folder

Minutes of board meetings, membership and treasurer's records, scrapbooks, and photographs.

The record group includes minutes of meetings, membership materials, and treasurer's records of the Young Men's Christian Association dating from 1902 to 1933. The history of the women's association is documented in greater detail with minutes and scrapbooks, dating back to 1894 and extending to the mid-1950s. There is very little material from the 1950s on.


Bethlehem United Church of Christ (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Records, 1833-1980

7.5 linear feet — 1 oversize folder

Formerly the Bethlehem Evangelical Church. Minutes of annual congregational meetings, church council and board of trustees meetings, and treasurer's reports; records of the Frauen Vereines, or Ladies Aid Society, and Verein, or the Bethlehem Brotherhood, and the Jugend Vereins, or Youth Fellowship; fundraising materials, miscellaneous printed programs and newsletters, correspondence and clippings; treasurer's book, 1909-1916; and photographs.

The Bethlehem United Church of Christ of Ann Arbor records span one hundred and forty years, from 1833 to 1973. The materials, partially in German, provide a good view of the congregation's history. Included are minutes and constitutions of the congregational annual meetings which span the period, 1855 to 1922. There are also records of the church council complete from 1897 to 1919, and financial records and treasurer's reports, and fund raising materials. There are records of several church organizations and photographs of church buildings and activities.


Business and Professional Women’s Club of Ann Arbor (Mich.) records, 1920-1988

6 linear feet — 1 oversize folder

Correspondence, minutes, publications, membership lists, histories, scrapbooks, and photographs relating to club activities, especially state and national conventions, 1921-1966.

The record group is divided into the following series: Historical and Background Material; Correspondence and other papers; Meeting Minutes; Membership material; Programs and activities; District and state and national materials; Photographs; and Scrapbooks. There is one folder in the records relating to the organization's work on behalf of better housing in Ann Arbor, 1921-1922.