Outlook Study Club M/A 2000.46.01
|Creator||Outlook Study Club.|
|Title:||Outlook Study Club|
|Repository:||James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library|
The Outlook Study Club was organized on March 22, 1929 in Minneapolis. The motto of the Outlook Study Club was "That we may know better our state and the men and women who have contributed to its development". The purpose of the club was "promote intellectual improvement and sociability among its members". Membership was initially limited to 16 people, but in 1931 the limit was increased to 24 people. Each year a theme for study was selected. Meetings were held the first Wednesday of the month from September through May. Members hosted meetings at their homes on a rotating basis.
Charter Members Included: Mrs. A. E. Cardle, Mrs. Walter N. Comer, Mrs. Harry G. Cowan, Mrs. H. A. (Margaret) McClay, Mrs. W. E. MacGregor, Mrs. J. H. Markley, Mrs. O. K. Nora, Mrs. R. E. Nutting, Mrs. James P. Patterson, Mrs. E. C. Roberts, Mrs. J. S. Williams
One Box. Collection consists of newspaper clippings about the Outlook Study Club and the club's annual programs spanning 1932-1964.
Minnesota -- History.
Table of Contents
Newspaper clippings1936-1939Annual programs1932-1964 (incomplete)
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