B. Business & Organizational Collection
Found in 148 Collections and/or Records:
With the purpose of sharing ideas and methods in family research, the society collects information on Nacogdoches County and surrounding areas to compile and preserve. The collection includes minutes, yearbooks, membership directories, scrapbooks, financial records, semi-annual publications, and miscellaneous papers.
This collection includes photographs of Mothers’ Club’s activities from the years 1988 to 1993. The collection also includes newspaper articles pertaining to the Mothers’ Club from the Nacogdoches Daily Sentinel between the years of 1988 and 1993
The collection consists of pictures, newspaper clippings, club booklets, cookbooks, board minutes, lunch minutes, and financial reports.
This collection includes the Rotary Ann Club's Yearbooks from the years 1944 to 2004, the Rotary Ann fashion show benefit programs for the years 2000 to 2003, newspaper article clippings pertaining to the club from the Nacogdoches 'Daily Sentinel', the club’s minutes from September 11, 2002- July 7, 2004, constitutions and by-laws of Rotary Ann, letters stating the club was dissolved, and photos from the last luncheon of the club on May 12, 2004.
These papers include the Nacogdoches Rotary Club's programs (Rotary Thunder) for the years 1945-2017. The collection also includes the Rotary Club's directory for the years 1982-1986, the constitution and by-laws of the Rotary Club, both of which were adopted on July 23, 1976.
These volumes, in addition to the minutes of Board meetings, include the Bylaws of the Corporation of Nacogdoches for April, 1851. Also included in volume 2 are the Minutes of the Nacogdoches Lodge of the Independent Order of Good Samaritans and Daughters of Samaria for 1855-1858
The collection consists of original records including memos, correspondence, reports, specifications for a building, materials regarding applications for President of the University, tax receipts, papers relating to Keachi College business, and the Treasurer's Register.
This collection contains the minutes of the meetings of the Club.
The ledger has accounts of customers at the store and includes prices of cigars, crackers, calico, wine and other items. It is bound with Richard Parmalee's District Clerk's fee book (1839-1850).
A collection of ledgers showing day-to-day activity in this former Shelby County hardware and furniture store founded by W. W. Payne and his son R. J. Payne. This collection includes customer accounts, inventories and invoices from Payne and Payne's suppliers. These records give a detailed picture of the type of merchandise sold by Payne and Payne from 1915 through 1950 and 1987-1991.