Coterie Collection M/A 2000.111.01
|Creator:||Coterie. (Minneapolis, Minn.)|
|Repository:||James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library|
The Coterie lays claims to greater age than of any other club in Minneapolis except the Tuesday Club. The Coterie's inception dates from the fall of 1880.
During the whole of the club's history, literature had been the one unvarying pursuit and every suggestion that the club depart from this study even for a time, was met with disfavor. The 43 years devoted to literature had proved to many a liberal education. In 1927 there were still in the club membership many who were charter members.
The Coterie joined the Woman's Council in April, 1892, and a few days later the General Federation of Women's Clubs, joining the states federation in 1895. (History excerpted from 1927 newspaper clipping, M/A 2000.111.01)
Description of the Collection
The collection is comprised of Coterie programs from 1892 to 1934 with duplicate copies for some years and missing programs for other years. The Coterie Constitution and By-Laws, 1880. Coterie meeting minutes 1934 to 1941. A Coterie history as printed in 1927.
Table of Contents
|Constitution and By-Laws, and course of study 1880-1891 -- Box 1, Folder 1|
|Coterie history and general clippings 1927 -- Box 1, Folder 2|
|Minutes of Coterie meetings March 1934-January 1941 -- Box 1, Folder 3|
|Programs 1892-1934 -- Box 1, Folder 4|
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