Records of Salmagundi Club, 1902-1989
Microfilm rolls MS 20 - MS 22
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Women's mutual-improvement club, of Garden City, Kan., founded in 1901
Included are minutes, yearbooks, and other records. Minutes are lacking for 1915/1916-Dec. 1927 and Feb. 1932-Mar. 1935. Yearbooks begin with the 1905/1906 club year.
3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Salmagundi Club (Garden City, Kan.)
Records of Salmagundi Club
Added title page title: Records of Salmagundi Club, Garden City, Kansas, 1902-1989 : records loaned for filming by the Salmagundi Club, 1991
Microfilm: MS 20-MS 22
Text is in English.
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Kansas Historical Society (Topeka)
The Salmagundi Club of Garden City, Kansas, was organized in 1901 and is active through the present. The purpose of the organization as expressed in the original constitution was to be the mutual improvement of its members and vital questions of the day. The word salmagundi means a dish of chopped meat, anchovies, eggs, onions etc., mixed and seasoned or a medley or miscellany; a potpourri. Club membership was limited to 30 women and meetings were held from October through March each year.
This microfilm consists of records of the Salmagundi Club of Garden City, Kansas, for the period 1902 through 1989. Included are minutes, yearbooks, and miscellaneous records. The originals were loaned for microfilming by the Salmagundi Club of Garden City, Kansas.
The yearbooks available for microfilming begin with the 1905 / 1906 club year and minutes are lacking for 1915 / 1916 through December 1927 and February 1932 through March 1935. Missing copies of yearbooks and minutes are noted at the relevant places in the collection.
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Salmagundi Club (Garden City, Kan.)
Garden City (Kan.)
Women-Kansas-Garden City-Societies and clubs.
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The copyright to these records is assumed to be owned by Salmagundi Club.
Loan: Salmagundi Club (Garden City, Kan.), 1991.
These documents were prepared for microfilming by Patricia Ann Michaelis, 1991. Microfilming was done by Ed Swovelan.
Location of Originals
Originals owned by the Salmagundi Club (Garden City, Kan.) at the time of filming.
Forms part of: Finney County history ms. collection, no. 685.