Rotary Club of Greensboro Records
Scope and Contents
The Rotary Club of Greensboro Papers consist of Board of Directors materials, meeting minutes, correspondence, membership and attendance records, financial materials, project and program files, event files, newspaper clippings and publications, photographs, and audiovisual materials. The correspondence and newspaper clippings document issues concerning business professionals in the United States and internationally -- including major times of upheaval, such as World War II. Additionally, the projects and programs files document both local and international issues -- such as the development of downtown Greensboro, the Boy Scouts, environmentalism, international relations with Moldova and other countries, and the admittance of the first women in Rotary Clubs.
- 1917 - 2015
- Other: Date acquired: 2016 March 23
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43.50 Linear Feet (40 boxes: 23 full Hollinger boxes, 13 flip-top Hollinger boxes, 4 CD boxes)
Language of Materials
The Rotary Club of Greensboro was founded in January 1917, making it one of the earliest Rotary Clubs to be formed after the creation of the first Rotary Club in 1902. The Club has grown from its first 42 members to include over 300 business professionals in the Greensboro area.
Series 1: Board of Directors Materials, 1917-2013 Series 2: Correspondence, 1920-1989 Series 3: Membership Records, 1920-2014 Subseries: Attendance Records, 1920-2002 Subseries: Membership Records, 1921-2014 Series 4: Events, 1919-2010 Subseries 1: Event Files, 1919-2010 Subseries 2: Rotary Meeting Files, 1923-1995 Series 5: Projects and Programs Files, 1921-2015 Series 6: Club President Materials, 1921-2010 Series 7: Newspaper Clippings and Publications Series 8: Financial Materials Series 9: Audiovisual Materials Series 10: Artifacts
Source of Acquisition
Rotary Club of Greensboro, North Carolina
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