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Overview The Modern Literature Club held programs twice a month with yearly themes like “Creative Geniuses in the Field of Literature”, “The Study of Great Artists”, and “Biographies and Autobiographies”. The Club also discussed “short topics” at the program meetings that lasted about five to ten minutes and covered topics like leaders of the day, surveys of world events, famous authors, Nobel prize winners, etc. Special events were held each year and included parties for club members and husbands,...
Dates: 1949 - 2007
Overview The North Ogden Book Club was established in the Fall of 1935 by Emma Reynolds. She invited five friends to get together and read and review the latest published books. At the first meeting, they reviewed It Can't Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis. Over the years, they changed the plan to review new books and any good books they may have missed. After 48-plus years, the club consisted of fourteen members with two charter members still active.
Dates: 1935 - 1985
Overview Records of the Ogden Business and Professional Women's Club
Dates: 1927 - 1975
Overview This collection contains the records of the Women's Association of the Ogden Golf and Country Club. Contained within are the minutes of the club meetings, schedules for tournaments, photos of club members, scrapbooks spanning from 1947-2001, as well as press clippings and flyers. The Women's Association began in the early 20th century and is open to all female members or partners of members of the Ogden Golf and Country Club. The items and series are organized chronologically, with the oldest...
Dates: 1914 - 2011
Overview This collection was donated to the Stewart Library Special Collections Department, Weber State College by the Acacia Club through the efforts and funding of Dorothy D. H. Stevenson. The papers have been arranged chronologically by category. The minute books, membership rosters, financial records and personal correspondence covering the years 1911 to 1974 are found in two document cases. The current-event topics and discussions of service...
Dates: 1911 - 1988
Overview The Aglaia Club was organized in 1939 by a group of 12 young women wanting to help beautify the community of Ogden. “Aglaia” is the graceful and beautiful Goddess of Greek mythology who gave charm to nature and bestowed on man wisdom, love and social graces. This name was chosen to represent a group dedicated to the arts and social graces. Help inspire the group to renew their devotions to culture and community development. MS 316 includes six boxes. Included in the collection are...
Dates: 1939 - 2004
Overview The Junior League of Ogden Photograph Collection was donated to the Special Collections Department of the Stewart Library by the Junior League of Ogden. This photograph collection corresponds with the League’s Manuscript Collection (MS 28). The photographs were taken between 1977 and 1984. This collection is classified as P 32 and is housed in the Stewart Library’s Department of Special Collections.This collection contains 346 photographs mostly of events which took place in...
Dates: 1977 - 1984
Overview Cosmopolitan Club. The Object of the Club is to promote an interest in the community; to promote high individual and community ideas and ideals; to donate time and effort to any worthy cause. Also, to extend a warm helping hand to others, having fun through sharing of common interests since 1950.
Dates: 1971 - 1996
Scope and Contents The Utah Federations of Women’s Club Collection was donated in 2010, byGayla Hansen on behalf of Ann Hansen. Ann Hansen served as president of the PolioOgden Emergency Volunteer Club for 1953-1954 and 1965-1966. She later servedas president of the Ogden District of the Utah Federation of Women’s Club for thethree terms of 1974-1975, 1976-1978, and 1978-1980. Ann also served as theHistorian and Photographer for the World Affairs Club,...
Dates: 1953 - 1984
Overview This collection consists of minutes taken from a book of the Weber Chapter of the Alpha Iota Sorority. The female members are alumni from Alpha Iota Chapters throughout the United States. The Alumni Chapter was started in 1944 and then disbanded in 1960.
Dates: 1944 - 1961