Kiwanis International Records, 1914-2015

Kiwanis International Records, 1914-2010
Mss 78
153 c.f. (197 boxes, 343 video cassettes) 

ABSTRACT

Kiwanis International, briefly called the Supreme Lodge Benevolent Order Brothers, was officially chartered in 1915 as a club for businessmen that also had social and commercial benefits. That original intent evolved quickly into a club for businessmen who wanted to improve their communities, hence the 1920 motto “we build.” Today, Kiwanis International is a global organization, with numerous projects dedicated primarily to their current motto of “serving the children of the world.” Through community-based, volunteer efforts, Kiwanians work toward improving the lives of children worldwide through projects such as The Worldwide Service Project for Iodine Deficiency Disorder, Young Children: Priority One, and their current global campaign, The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal/neonatal tetanus. Kiwanis International membership includes clubs for ages six through adults, with approximately 600,000 total active members.

This collection contains minutes, correspondence, newsletters, supply catalogs, publications, scrapbooks, photographs, negatives, slides, and audio/visual materials.

ACCESS

This collection is open to the public without restriction. The copyright laws of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) govern the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.

PREFERRED CITATION

Cite as: Kiwanis International Records, 1914 -2010, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, IUPUI University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis.

ACQUISITION

Presented by Kiwanis International, Indianapolis, IN, July 2010 A2010/11-001; August 2013 A2013/14-004; November A2013/14-009; March 2015 A2014/15-045.

Processed by Brenda Burk, Debra Brookhart, Hannah Cox, and Denise Rayman. October 2013 – June 2015.

HISTORICAL NOTE

1914

Professional organizer Allen S. Browne met with Detroit tailor Joseph C. Prance to discuss organizing a club for businessmen that included social and commercial benefits. Prance agrees, and becomes the first member of the Supreme Lodge Benevolent Order Brothers (BOB) for a membership fee of $5.

1915

Members, (disliking the “BOB” moniker), adopt instead “Kiwanis,” a Native American term loosely interpreted by Browne and Clarence M. Burton, Detroit’s official historian, to mean “we trade.” (Other interpretations include “we have a good time, we make noise.”)

The Detroit Number One Kiwanis Club charter was officially granted on January 21.

1916

The first convention was held in May in Cleveland, Ohio. A Constitution was approved, and George Hixson (1916-1918) was elected President, and would be the only President to serve two terms.

1917

On January 19, Kiwanis became “International” with the addition of the Hamilton, Ontario club.

The first edition of the Kiwanis Hornet, later the Kiwanis Torch, and finally the Kiwanis magazine, was printed in February.

1918

International Secretary O. Sam Cummings selected a small, two-room office in the Webster Building on LaSalle Street in Chicago’s Loop as the first International Headquarters.

1919

Contracted to organize new clubs and considered one of the founders of Kiwanis, Allen Browne’s for-profit mindset was antithetical to what many Kiwanians wanted their organization to be. At the Birmingham Convention, Kiwanis members voted to buy Browne’s contract for $17,500, thereby severing connections with him.

The Kiwanis International Headquarters moved to the Mallers Building on Wabash Avenue in Chicago to accommodate a larger staff of twenty.

1920

Roe Fulkerson, editor of the Kiwanis magazine, coined “We Build” as the official Kiwanis motto.

1922

Kiwanis International held its first convention outside of the United States, in Toronto, Ontario.

1924

Delegates at the Denver, Colorado convention, (known as the Constitutional Convention), adopted the Kiwanis’ six permanent Objects. These are: 1) To give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life. 2) To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships. 3) To promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business and professional standards. 4) To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship. 5) To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service and to build better communities. 6) To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism and goodwill.

George Sanford Holmes, President of the Kiwanis Club of Denver, wrote the words to the first Kiwanis song, Onward in Kiwanis, for the convention.

To accommodate the business of managing over 1,200 clubs, with over 90,000 members, the International Headquarters moved to the Federal Reserve Bank Building at 164 West Jackson Boulevard, in the Chicago Loop.

1925

The first Key Club, a program for high school students, was formed on May 7 at Sacramento High School in California.

The Harding Memorial, symbolizing peace and friendship between the United States and Canada, was dedicated on September 16 in Vancouver. President Harding was a Kiwanian, and the memorial was funded entirely through donations.

1929

The International Headquarters moved to the McGraw-Hill Building at 520 North Michigan Avenue on the “Magnificent Mile.”

1935

On January 21, the first “boundary tablet” was placed on the Ambassador Bridge between Detroit, Michigan, and Windsor, Ontario. This tablet marker delineated the friendship between the United States and Canada.

The first nationwide broadcast of a Kiwanis convention was aired from San Antonio, Texas.

1939

Jay N. Emerson of Pullman, Washington, with his Kiwanis club, purchased a house for State College of Washington students, which offered low-cost room and board. Referred to as the “Circle K House,” this was the unofficial beginning of Circle K International, a Kiwanis program for college students.

In April, the Kiwanis Foundation was incorporated.

1942

The International Board approved a charter for the Alpha Chapter of the Circle K Fraternity of the State College of Washington.

1943-1945

International conventions were interrupted by World War II, and the International Council convened to conduct necessary business.

1944

The first annual Key Club Convention was held in Gainesville, Florida.

1946

Regular international conventions resumed in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and broke all previous attendance records with nearly 10,000 attendees.

The first issue of the Keynoter, a magazine for Key Club members, was published in May.

1947

The first Circle K club was organized at Carthage College, Illinois, on the basis of a concept of service to campus.

1948

The International Board authorized the granting of charters to Circle K clubs.

1949

Kiwanis created National Kids Day, which would later become Kiwanis Kids Day.

1950

Kiwanis International’s relationship with the Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge began. Freedoms Foundation is a non-profit education organization aimed at fostering a greater awareness of and appreciation for a democratic society.

The Kiwanis International Board created Key Club Week.

1954

Circle K held its first annual convention at Carthage College in Illinois. A previous convention was held the year before in New York City in conjunction with the Kiwanis International annual convention. This convention was unofficial since the organization had yet to receive official recognition from Kiwanis.

1955

Chicago-area Key Clubs and the Chicago Daily News sponsored a youth rally in May.

The Kiwanis International Board officially granted recognition to Circle K in October.

Also in October, Kiwanis coordinated the first Farm-City Week. Developed in 1955, National Farm-City Week was an annual event sponsored by Kiwanis International with the purpose of “bringing about better understanding between rural and urban peoples and to increase the knowledge and appreciation of each for our way of life.” City and farm dwellers were able to sign up to exchange places for a day in order to better appreciate life from the other’s perspective.

1956

The first issue of the Circle K magazine was published in January for Circle K members.

1957

Groundbreaking ceremonies and construction began on the site for the new Kiwanis International Headquarters, located at 101 East Erie Street, seventy feet from their previous home.

1959

Kiwanis International moved into its new home in March, with the official ceremony in October. One of the attendees at this ceremony was Harry A. Young, of the Detroit Number One Kiwanis Club, last living founder of Kiwanis.

1961

Delegates in Toronto, Ontario, resolve to favor the establishment of Kiwanis clubs in countries in addition to Canada and the United States.

In March, members of eleven service clubs met to discuss administrative procedures, program emphases, and improving the public’s understanding of their values. The Service Club Leaders Conference has been conducted annually since.

1962

In May, the Kiwanis Club of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, received its charter and became the first Kiwanis club organized outside of the United States and Canada.

1963

147 Kiwanians and their wives commenced on the European Mission to experience a “firsthand acquaintance with new European clubs and their settings.”

1965

Kiwanis International celebrated its 50th Anniversary on January 21 in New York City.

Delegates from clubs outside of the United States and Canada met in June in Basel, Switzerland, for the first European Conference.

1968

On June 9, Kiwanis International-Europe was formed at the Zurich meeting, and they adopted a constitution, elected officials, and Jean Ladriere became the first KI-E President.

1969

The World Secretariat met for the first time, and continued until 1977, when it was deemed no longer necessary. The World Secretariat was intended to bind similar social clubs together, and facilitate discussions of mutual concerns.

The first Major Emphasis Program (MEP), “Operation Drug Alert (ODA), was announced.

The first K-family reunion of Key Clubbers, Circle K’ers, and Kiwanians was held, which would become the annual CONOVACT—Conference of Voluntary Action.

1973

In February, the Kiwanis International Board conditionally lifted its male-only restriction, “leaving it as an option for a Circle K club and its sponsoring Kiwanis.”

Thirty Kiwanis leaders took part in the 10th Anniversary European Mission.

1975

In April, the Kiwanis Club of Golden K in Raleigh, North Carolina became the first official Golden K club. A Golden K club is part of the Kiwanis International organization, dedicated to serving their community and children. These clubs are primarily made up of retired persons, however it is not limited to them, and members are often able to take on projects during daytime and weekday hours.

Delegates to the Atlanta Convention adopted an amendment for a Board seat for a European Federation representative.

The first Asia-Pacific Conference (ASPAC) took place in Manila, Philippines.

The Kiwanis International Board “officially determined admission of girls to Key Clubs should be allowed where state legislatures defined this as a specific requirement, or where required by local school board action.” Amendments to Key Club’s Constitution and Bylaws completely opened the door to high school girls in 1977.

Circle K delegates elected their first African-American President—Gregory Faulkner from Baruch College, City University of New York.

1976

The San Diego Convention’s delegates amended the Constitution and Bylaws to allow for specified representatives from each Canadian district.

Kiwanis International and the International Foundation began a long-term relationship with the Hugh O’Brien Youth Foundation (HOBY) in which Kiwanis clubs worked with high school principals to encourage and nominate students to attend leadership seminars.

1977

Originally created in 1972, Mexico-U.S. Goodwill Week, was renamed Worldwide Kiwanis Week, and moved to January.

1981

Groundbreaking ceremonies took place in September for the new Kiwanis International Headquarters, located this time at 3636 Woodview Trace, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

1982

Kiwanis International completed the move to Indianapolis in August, and has remained in this location since.

1983

The first Kiwanis annual convention held outside of the United States and Canada, met in Vienna, Austria.

1984

Circle K delegates elected their first female International President, Susan E. McClernon, a student at St. Scholastica College in Duluth, Minnesota.

1987

Gender is eliminated as a qualification for Kiwanis membership.

The House of Delegates approved “five world regions with guaranteed seats based on percentages of the organization’s total membership.”

The first Aktion Club was formed in June in Palatka, Florida. Aktion Club is part of the Kiwanis International organization whose members are adults with disabilities. Their mission is to provide those with disabilities with opportunities to serve their communities and develop life and leadership skills.

1990

Kiwanis International celebrated its 75th Anniversary on January 21 in Detroit, Michigan.

In October, the first meeting of the Priority One Advisory Council took place in Washington, D.C. The Priority One Advisory Council consists of more than thirty child-related organizations that advise Kiwanis International on the Young Children: Priority One initiative, and help Kiwanis obtain local partners for collaborative efforts.

1991

Key Club members elected their first female International President, Michelle McMillen.

1993

Kiwanis International announces its plan to “remove the scourge of IDD (iodine deficiency disorders) from the Earth.”

1994

Kiwanis International launched its first website at www.kiwanis.org, which continues at this site today.

Ian Perdriau of the Melbourne, Victoria, club became the first non-North American International President.

1995

Eyjolfur “Eddie” Sigurdsson, from the Reykjavik-Hekla, Iceland club, became the first European International President.

1996

Key Club members elected their first African-American International President, Craig Melvin.

1997

Walter G. Sellers from Xenia, Ohio became Kiwanis International’s first African-American International President.

Circle K elected their first International President from outside North America, Hugh Simmonds, from Jamaica.

1999

The K-Kids Club, for elementary schoolchildren, was officially recognized. (The first, unofficial K-Kids Club formed in North Lauderdale, Florida, in 1990.)

2000

The “Children of the World” garden was unveiled in April at the International office in Indianapolis.

2002

Juan F. Torres Jr., M.D. of Antipolo, Philippines, became the first Asian International President.

Kiwanis International-European Federation elected the first woman to the federation’s highest post, President Grete Hvardal of Byrgin, Norway.

2004

In April, the first editions of what would become the Builders Bloc, and K-Kidzone, were published.

The Keynoter V 2.0 and the Circle Kzine debut in September as Kiwanis first Internet-delivered e-zines.

2005

International Convention delegates voted to adopt “Serving the Children of the World” as the new official motto.

In July, Kiwanis officially introduced Kiwanis Connected, an online periodical published as a compliment to the printed Kiwanis magazine.

2015

Kiwanis International celebrates its 100th Anniversary.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The mission of Kiwanis International is “serving the children of the world.”

Kiwanis International is organized by four levels: International, District, Division, and Club. The Circle K and Key Clubs are both organized in the same manner as Kiwanis International, with Kiwanis International as the parent organization.

The International level consists of all clubs worldwide, divided into fifty districts. Kiwanis International is governed by the International Board of Trustees, including the President, President-Elect, Immediate Past President, Vice-President, and the Trustees, who, like all Kiwanis officers, are elected officials. The Board is responsible for establishing and implementing long-range plans for the organization, directing the development of Kiwanis programs, and counseling Kiwanis districts, Circle K, and Key clubs.

Just below the International level, is the District level, consisting of 50 districts. There are between seven and forty divisions within each district. Each district is governed by an elected District Governor, Secretary, and Treasurer.

There are over 800 geographically-divided Divisions worldwide. Each division consists of between three and twenty-five clubs. The divisions are led by Lieutenant Governors, whose primary duty is to assist the clubs.

There are approximately 8,580 individual Kiwanis International clubs in eighty countries worldwide. The leadership of the club includes the Club President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and the Club Board of Directors.

Kiwanis International has many service programs, most often aimed at helping children. The current program, The Eliminate Project, aims to raise money to help eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. Other such programs include Kiwanis One Day, which is a day of community service; Key Leader, which teaches leadership and team-building skills to teenagers; and Young Children Priority One, which focuses on maternal and child health, child care and development, parent education and support, and safety and pediatric trauma.

The Kiwanis International Annual Convention takes place in the summer, most often in June. Prior to 1983, conventions were typically held in North American locations, however countries worldwide have hosted the convention in more recent years. Delegates attend workshops and events aimed at educating participants on Kiwanis initiatives, leadership, membership recruiting, and providing a chance to meet their fellow Kiwanians. New Kiwanis International Board members are elected at convention as well.

REFERENCES

http://www.kiwanis.org/

Jonak, Chuck. The Kiwanis Legacy: 1915-2004. Indianapolis: Kiwanis International, 2004

RELATED MATERIALS

Related material providing an example of the organization, work, and internal functioning of a large and long-standing Kiwanis club may be found in the following collections in this repository: Indianapolis Downtown Kiwanis Club Records.

Arnold, Oren. The Sacred Ninety Minutes. New Orleans: Portals Press, 1975.

Arnold, Oren. The Widening Path; An Interpretive Record of Kiwanis. Chicago: Kiwanis International, 1949.

Hapgood, L. A. Dimensions of Service: The Kiwanis Story. Indianapolis: Kiwanis International, 1989.

Hapgood, L. A. The Men Who Wear the K: The Story of Kiwanis. Chicago: Kiwanis International, 1981.

Kiwanis International. The History of Kiwanis. Chicago: Kiwanis International, 1946.

Moss, John H. and Merton S. Heiss. We Build, The Story of Kiwanis. Chicago: Kiwanis International, 1942.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

Board of Trustees Records, 1916-2008, consist of the files from the governing body of Kiwanis International and document the policy and governance decisions made by the board and its committees. The sections in this series include board meetings, committees, constitution and bylaws, members, International Council, and member briefs.

Board meeting files contain minutes and transcripts. The minutes of the board meetings, particularly those between 1920 and 1931, take the form of summaries highlighting important decisions and based on verbatim transcriptions. The purpose of the summaries was quick reference. Between 1920 and 1929, several summaries are not available (Jan. 1920, June 1920, Jan. 1921, June 1921, Jan. 1922, June 1922, May 1923, June 1924, July 1924, Dec. 1924, June 1925, June 1926, June 1927, June 1928, June 1929). In these cases, the transcripts are the only documentation of the meetings. During the 1910s and 1920s, the summary files contain agendas, secretary reports, and president reports. By the 1930s, the summaries evolve into the official meeting minutes and contain numerous attachments such as committee reports and/or minutes, policy updates, and changes to organizational documents.

The second form of board meeting documentation is the transcripts taken verbatim during the meetings. These documents include discussions, reports, speeches, and motions before the board of trustees. In some cases, the transcripts are the only documentation of the board meetings. Transcripts are available for 1920-1931, 1941, and 1951.

The committee files document the activity of the board committees and include minutes, reports, correspondence, and special studies. These files include committees designed to help move Kiwanis through important organizational changes such as the Committee on International Extension that studied and made recommendations regarding the expansion of Kiwanis beyond North America and Female Membership, the committee that collected information about the legality of the exclusion women from the organization. The Executive Committee is a governing committee composed of the board officers and charged with making necessary decisions between the meetings of the board. The files of this committee include incomplete sets of meeting minutes and transcripts. The Kiwanis 2001 Committee was a long-range planning committee charged with developing tools to carry Kiwanis into the 21st Century. The Past Presidents Committee is a unique committee composed of past presidents of Kiwanis. While it struggled to define its mission within the organization, the files document the committee’s meeting minutes, its studies of its role and Kiwanis membership, and its advisory role to the Board of Trustees.

The constitution and bylaws is an incomplete set of the official organization governance documents. Missing copies between 1962 and 1981.

International Council files include the annual proceedings of the body composed of the board of trustees and the district governors. Also included are training sessions and a few programs. First convened in 1923, this body has the power to approve changes to the constitution and bylaws of Kiwanis International. The main function of this group, however, became the training and equipping of the district governors. The collection is missing the years 1959-1960 and after 1981. The Proceedings are transcripts of the meetings and include speeches, reports, and minutes.

The collection includes a great deal of information about the members and officers of the board. This section contains biographical information about board members and has four sections: biographical information, biographical sketches, composite sheets, and leadership brochures. Biographical information includes press releases, clippings, and other biographical information about individual members of the board of trustees. Organized alphabetically by last name, it is composed of two parts - Board of Trustees and Presidents.

Composite sheets contain the images of each year’s officers.

The leadership brochures are quick reference guides for each year’s leaders, office, and spouses.

Created for incoming board members, the Member Briefs provide an overview of the organization. Composed of a variety of documents, the briefs summarize the operations, personnel, programs, and districts of Kiwanis International. These files offer a condensed description of the organization and are a good place to gain understanding of the total organization.

Administration Records, 1915-2004, document the activities of the national headquarters of Kiwanis International.

Legal - agreements, financials (form 990s), articles of incorporation

International growth and development - This section contains information about how Kiwanis developed its international programs and dealt with the difficulties of operating a multi-country organization. It also documents the European Mission - the group of individuals who went to Europe to charter the first clubs outside North America. Also included is correspondence, development of international relationships, and publications.

International headquarters - the building, Chicago and Indianapolis, decision to move

Membership Development - initiatives, planning, KIAR, club building, member recruitment, pubs, statistics, studies and surveys, newsletters for office staff, special studies, and surveys.

Staff member biographies - includes executive officer and headquarters staff

Supply Catalogs - includes Kiwanis and sponsored programs. Until 2004/05, the catalogs were bound. The Sponsored Programs catalogs were all bound even though they all had separate catalogs.

Annual Convention Records, 1916-2006, consist of the records documenting Kiwanis’ annual meeting of its members. The materials are filed chronologically and are include five different items: Biographical Sketches, Convention Daily, Printed Materials, Proceedings, and Programs.

The biographical sketches cover the years 1970-2004 and document the candidates for international office. These were produced as booklets annually as quick reference guides to voting members at the convention. The copies in the collection are bound and filed at the end of the convention records.

The Convention Daily contains the daily news covering the four days of the annual convention. Included in the collection are issues for 1922-1927, 1929-1930, 1933, 1936, 1939-1940, 1944, 1947, 1949-1969, 1971, 1973-2006. It is unclear whether the newspaper was published during the years it does not appear in the collection.

The Printed materials are various printed brochures, speeches, ephemera, and other materials, specifically for the convention.

The Proceedings are the detailed happenings at during the convention sessions. These are verbatim transcripts and include minutes, speeches, reports, finances, and other business conducted at the convention. In 1923, Kiwanis held a Constitutional Convention and reorganized its operations. Four different meetings were held in relation to this event and its documented beginning with the 1923 convention proceedings. This meeting and the three subsequent meetings document the discussions and actions that resulted in the reorganization of Kiwanis.

The Programs are the printed documents detailing the events at the convention. The collection includes copies of the convention programs 1918, 1920-2004 and 2006 (only 1916-1917, 1919 and 2005 are missing). The programs for 1920-2000 are bound and located at the end of the convention files. The programs for 1918, 2001-2004 and 2006 are filed with their respective years.

District and Club Records, 1915-2007, includes materials created for and associated with Kiwanis Districts and Clubs such as conference packets, correspondence, manuals, and newsletters. This material reflects the International Office’s activity with regard to the training and equipping of Kiwanis subsidiaries. Conference materials include packets of information specifically related to instruction on the effective operations of club and district organizations, educational materials for officers and leaders, forms, and program ideas. While the majority of the conference material is post 1970, some information dating back to 1930 is available. The manuals offer a logistical look at club and district leadership and cover the 1930s and 2000s. Included are manuals for district officers, club officers, and members that offer guidelines for official duties. The newsletters, produced by Kiwanis Headquarters, link the national office with its constituents by providing informational material about nationwide Kiwanis news, major board decisions, and activities of other clubs. Certain newsletters, like Advance Program Suggestions and Monthly Suggestions to Kiwanis Clubs, serve as a programming tool by providing ideas for activities that follow the Kiwanis theme. The newsletters begin in the 1920s and run through the present.

Other information offered in this series includes a listing of club charter dates, a district officers list through 1950, and district historical data. The historical data is statistical data compiled annually by Kiwanis and divided by district. Data collected includes district attendance at the international and district convention, international offices and committees held by individuals from the district, membership numbers, and a brief summary of the district’s history. This information covers the period from the 1940s through 1974.

History Records, 1914-2005, document the origins of Kiwanis International, its clubs, and districts using Kiwanis founder’s materials, Kiwanis historian files, subject files, and written histories. This is the best place for materials offering general overviews of the organization’s history with specific emphasis on the founding and first years of the Kiwanis International. Also included in this series are histories of clubs and districts.

Compiled over time, the founder’s files document the creation of Kiwanis and its purchase from organizer, Allen Browne. The information related to the founders includes interviews, correspondence, obituaries, and biographical data.

Over the course of its history, Kiwanis employed a historian often for the specific purpose of creating a published history of the organization. The files in this section document three historians and include notes from their research, correspondence, unpublished manuscripts, and progress reports to the board. The founder’s files and subject files in this series are the result of the research of the historians. Little except a typed history of Kiwanis is available in Bill Bracke’s files. The files of John Moss include reports to the board and his research on the charter dates of early clubs. The work of O. Samuel Cummings is the most thoroughly documented. Charged with writing a complete history of Kiwanis in the 1950s, his files include correspondence, drafts, and reports to the board on his work. Also documented is his rift with the board that resulted in the history not being published. The final draft of this history, called “The History of Kiwanis: 1915-1952,” is filed with the Kiwanis written histories.

The Subject Files, filed alphabetically, consist of documents gathered over time related to the organization’s history. Included are the original application forms for Kiwanis and its predecessor, the Benevolent Order of Brothers (BOB). Also included are brief histories of specific subjects like the administrative year, the objects, and the name “Kiwanis.”

The largest portion of this series is composed of histories of Kiwanis International, individual clubs, and districts. Filed alphabetically by title, the Kiwanis International histories document the history of the organization from its origins through 1989. The club and district histories, filed alphabetically by the name of the club or district, consist of histories of several individual clubs and districts ranging in date from the 1920s to the early 2000s. While the majority of these files are published histories, some contain other types of documents such as newsletters, convention programs, or unpublished histories.

Program Records, 1923-2005, consist of the records documenting the programs and activities of Kiwanis International. Arranged alphabetically by program, the files include publications, program descriptions, scrapbooks, correspondence, and news clippings. Major Kiwanis program areas include Club Committee Programs (1920s-1970s), Major Emphasis Programs (1969-1993), and the Worldwide Service Project (1994-present). Other programs, created to address specific issues, are prevalent throughout the organization’s history.

The Club Committee Programs focus on program priorities and objectives promoted by each Kiwanis Committee. Included in these files are monographs, logbooks, suggestions, and publications. The most significant part of these files is the program monographs. These short publications indicate the program objectives and highlight service activities the club committee can promote to meet the objectives. This offers an indication of the types of services clubs nationwide were providing. The logbooks serve as a procedure manual for the committee chairperson offering hints and suggestions for creating an annual program of activities. The Program Suggestions is a short newsletter offering further activity suggestions and background information specific to a program committee. The publications in this area generally include short informational brochures for a committee’s area.

In 1969, Kiwanis implemented an annual Major Emphasis Program (MEP). During the year, Kiwanis focused its activities around one theme such as caring for the elderly or teen drug abuse and encouraged clubs to follow suit. Arranged chronologically, the materials in this section contain a MEP packet consisting of a program handbook describing the theme, goals, and suggestions for clubs; a fact brochure, and a pocket brochure. Other items generally included in the packet are news releases, radio commercial scripts, advertisement pages.

The Worldwide Service Project, MEP’s successor, also includes the Young Children: Priority One program started in 1990. These files contain program handbooks, newsletters, and informational brochures about the causes promoted by the organization. One specific cause highlighted in these materials is Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD).

Throughout its history, Kiwanis conducted a number of special programs and campaigns. These programs cover a variety of topics such as patriotism, anti-communism, safety, rural-urban relations, and special events. Special events and campaigns include anniversaries, peace markers along the U.S.-Canadian border, and war programs. These programs are especially prevalent during and shortly after World War II and focus on good citizenship, patriotism, and anti-Communism. Programs like “Its Fun to be an American” and “Citizenship Quotient” emerged at the beginning of the Cold War focused on drawing comparisons between the U.S. and Russia and reminding citizens to be watchful for anti-American efforts. The Ballot Battalion program emphasized the privilege of voting in a democratic society and made Kiwanis clubs centers of voting campaigns. Other programs such as Farm-City Week focused on mutual understanding and lessening the gap between rural and urban society. These files contain correspondence, program books, publications, news clippings, and scripts. A few programs include scrapbooks, created for either program documentation or entry in an award competition. Farm-City Week scrapbooks document the longest period.

Sponsored Programs Records, contain files of the five organizations sponsored by Kiwanis International for children, teenagers, young adults, and individuals with developmental disabilities. These clubs are: K-Kids Club, Builders Club, Key Club, Circle K, and Aktion Club. Key Club and Circle K have similar organizational schemes. Governed by officers and a board, Key Club and Circle K operate at the local, district, and international levels. While guided by Kiwanis staff, both organizations function with a degree of independence. Aktion, Builders, and K-Kids Clubs operate on a more localized basis with the overall administration residing at Kiwanis Headquarters.

Aktion Club Records, 2003-2004, consist of materials related to the Kiwanis service club for individuals with developmental disabilities. This section includes a handbook and program brochures. These materials document member responsibilities and examples of club activities. Information relevant to Aktion’s organization and administration resides in the Kiwanis Board of Trustees minutes and the administrative files.

Builders Club Records, 1980-2007, include materials from the Kiwanis service club for middle school and junior high students. The files consist of a magazine, handbook, newsletters, and brochures. The materials in the collection document highlighted individual club activities and offer ideas for further service. Information relevant to the organization and administration of the Builders Club resides in the Kiwanis Board of Trustees minutes and the administrative files.

Circle K Records, 1940s-2007, document the history of the Kiwanis service club for college students. Files include materials from the board of trustees, annual conventions, programs, and publications. The best-documented portions of the organization’s history begin in 1978 and continue to the present. Little exists in this section regarding the formation of the club, but a written history of Circle K located in the publication files and discussions contained in the Kiwanis Board of Trustees minutes help document the early history. The major components of the Circle K Records include the Annual Convention, Board of Trustees, Conferences, Programs, and Publications.

The annual convention files consist of an incomplete set of convention programs and a few examples of printed materials related to the convention. The programs include information about convention events and speakers. The best place to find further information about the conventions is the Circle K Magazine.

The Board of Trustees (previously called the Board of Officers) files include minutes for the board and some of its committees, copies of the constitution and bylaws, past president biographical information, and board training books. The minutes are the best place to find information about decisions affecting the organization and its program directions. The collection contains incomplete sets of minutes from various other committees including the International Council, House of Delegates, Laws and Regulations, and Executive Committee. The Laws and Regulations Committee information is particularly important because it documents changes and proposed changes in the constitution from the 1950s-1970s when no board minutes or copies of the constitution and bylaws are available. The board files also include biographical information about past presidents from 1959/60-1983/84 and board training books 1998/99-2005/06. These books include a condensation of information about the operations of the organization to guide board members through their year of activity.

Circle K hosts a number of training conferences for members and organization leaders. The collection includes program materials for conferences from the 1980s through 2006. The conference materials focus on developing students’ skills in leadership, team building, motivation, and communication.

Program information for Circle K includes mainly program ideas and kits for club officers focusing on officer duties and increasing membership. The Circle K Magazine is another good resource for information about Circle K programs, activities, and events.

Publications consist of brochures, workbooks, manuals, and information books.

K-Kids Club Records, 2003-2007, consist of the files of the Kiwanis service club for elementary school students. Composed of publications, these files include a magazine, handbook, and brochures. The section mainly documents highlighted club activities and member responsibilities provided in the handbook. Information relevant to K-Kids Club organization and administration resides in the Kiwanis Board of Trustees minutes and the administrative files.

Key Club Records, 1924-2007, include the files of the Kiwanis service club for high school students. Key Club is the most thoroughly documented of the sponsored programs. Specific areas include annual convention, board of trustees, conferences, history, programs, publications, and speeches.

The Annual Convention files include proceedings, programs, and scrapbooks. Convention proceedings are only available in the collection until 2002. The proceedings document important decisions and discussions at the convention and are useful for understanding the governance of the organization. Programs containing information about convention activities and speakers are available beginning in 1944 with programs for 1945, 2001-2004 not in the collection. The convention files also include a scrapbook for 1939. These materials detail convention events and include news clippings and some ephemera. Further information about the Annual Convention can be located in the Keynoter magazine located in the Publication files.

The Board of Trustees’ files contain minutes, biographical information, and year-end reports. This section provides insight into the governance, policy, and activity of the Key Club and is a good place to find an overall view of the organization. The board minutes are complete between 1956 and 1980. The years between 1944 and 1956 and those after 1980 are not in the collection. Further information about governance of the organization between 1944 and 1956 can be found in the Annual Convention Proceedings. Information related to Key Club activities after 1980 can be found in the Year-End Reports. There are two types of biographical files in this section: board members and presidents. Filed chronologically, the board member information includes information about the members during their year of service. This information mainly comes from the 1970s and 1980s and includes biographical data sheets and goal statements. Biographical information of past presidents, filed alphabetically, includes press releases, biographical information, and speeches. Year-end reports detail Key Club events and activities between 1958 and 1990 with only a few years missing. The year-end reports serve as useful tools for evaluating the activities during the year and provides information about the roles of the officers.

Key Club hosts a number of training conferences for members and organization leaders. The collection includes program materials for conferences mainly for conferences after 2000. Conference materials focus on developing students’ skills in leadership, team building, motivation, and communication.

The Key Club history files include information about its early history and evolution into a national organization. Correspondence files of Frank Vincent, founder of Key Club, provide valuable information about how the concept spread outside Sacramento, California area. The Sacramento Club materials include scrapbooks and minutes of the first meetings. The scrapbooks document the early activities of the first Key Club with photographs, publications, programs, and clippings. This section also includes a history of Key Club in Florida, the location of the second Key Club.

The Key Club program files include publications, clippings, and brochures. Like Kiwanis International, Key Club participated in Major Emphasis Programs (MEP) that helped direct clubs’ activities under the heading of a specific theme. The Key Club collection includes handbooks for MEPs. In the 1950s, Key Club annually sponsored a national Youth Rally in Chicago. Materials documenting these events are news clippings and event programs. Further documentation of Key Club programs can be found in the Year-End Reports located in the Board of Trustees’ files and the Keynoter magazine located in the publication files.

The Publications files include such items as brochures, manuals, and a Key Club Information Booklet, Youth Serves Youth booklet that describes Key Club.

The files of speeches contain written speeches given at Key Club events. Speakers include Key club officers, Kiwanis officers, and special guests. The speeches are files alphabetically by last name.

Publications, 1916-2007, include written material published by Kiwanis International. Filed alphabetically by title, the publications include annual reports, brochures, fact books, manuals, and general information publications. These materials give direction to leaders, clubs, districts, and individual members about the operations of Kiwanis, as well as to prospective members. Items of note include the Annual Reports (missing years 1991-1995, 1998-2000), Directories, Kiwanis in Action (missing years 1927, 1929, 1933, 1938-42, 1957, 1994/95), Kiwanis Songbooks, and Themes and Objectives (missing years 1992/93-1996/97).

Also included is the Kiwanis Magazine, as well as magazines for Circle K and Key Club.

Photographs, 1915-2006, are arranged by Kiwanis, Circle K, and Key Club photographs. The Kiwanis section also includes photographs of the activities of the Builders, Aktion, and Golden K Clubs. They are then arranged by subject headings, and document a wide variety of the activities, programs, and personalities within the organization.

Negatives, 1925-2005 and Slides, 1948-2004, are arranged by Kiwanis, Circle K, and Key Club negatives. They are then arranged by subject headings, and document a wide variety of the activities, programs, and personalities within the organization.

Audio/Visual Materials, 1915-2009, includes Cassettes, 1952-2004; Film, 1931-1985; LP Records, 1943-1974; Reel-to Reel Audio, 1952-1984; and Video (VHS, Beta, and U-Matic), 1983-2003.

SERIES LIST

CONTENTS

BOX

FOLDER

Board of Trustees Records, 1916-2008

 

 

 

Board Meetings   

 

 

 

 

Digest of Actions, 1921-1931

1

1-3

 

 

Index, 1923-1932

1

4

 

 

Minutes

 

 

 

 

 

1916-February 1941

1

5-21

 

 

 

June 1941-June 1945

2

1-21

 

 

 

August 1945-August 1950

3

1-21

 

 

 

October 1950-June 1955

4

1-19

 

 

 

June 1955-February 1960

5

1-21

 

 

 

June 1960-May 1965

6

1-25

 

 

 

July 1965-June 1970

7

1-25

 

 

 

October 1970-February 1978

8

1-30

 

 

 

May 1978-October 1985

9

1-33

 

 

 

January 1986-June 1989

10

1-16

 

 

 

September 1989-January 1993

11

1-14

 

 

 

May 1993-February 1997

12

1-16

 

 

 

April 1997-January 2001

13

1-16

 

 

 

April 2001-January 2009

14

1-27

 

 

Transcripts

 

 

 

 

 

January 1920-January 1921

14

28-31

 

 

 

January 1921-December 1923

15

1-12

 

 

 

June 1924-June 1926

16

1-17

 

 

 

June 1926-July 1928

17

1-18

 

 

 

December 1928-November 1930

18

1-17

 

 

 

November 1930-June 1931, 1941, 1951

19

1-10

 

Committees

 

 

 

 

Committee Appointments, 1920-1939

19

11

 

 

Committee Appointments, 1940-1959

19

12

 

 

Committee Appointments, 1960-1981

19

13

 

 

Committee on Administrative Structure, 1996

19

14

 

 

Committee on Building, 1981

19

15

 

 

Committee on International Extension

 

 

 

 

 

Excerpts from Board Meetings, 1926-1949

19

16

 

 

 

Five Year Growth Projection, 1982

19

17

 

 

 

Information and Inquiries, ca. 1950s

19

18

 

 

 

Kiwanis International Global Expansion: A Study, 1970

19

19

 

 

 

Meetings, 1958-1959, 1977

19

20-22

 

 

 

Proceedings, April 1939

19

23

 

 

 

Reports, 1958-1967

19

24

 

 

Executive Committee Minutes

 

 

 

 

 

1919-1939, 1941-1954

20

1-36

 

 

 

1955-1967, 1971, 1973-1975, 1978, 1980-1986, 1988, 1990-1991

21

1-27

 

 

Transcripts

 

 

 

 

 

July 1920-November 1921

21

28-35

 

 

 

April 1922-October 1925

22

1-16

 

 

 

October 1925-February 1930

23

1-21

 

 

 

May 1930-1931, 1940-1941

24

1-7

 

 

Female Membership

 

 

 

 

 

Board of Trustees, 1985-1987

24

8

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1974-1987

24

9-10

 

 

 

Key Clubs

 

 

 

 

 

 

American Civil Liberties Union, 1974-1977

24

11

 

 

 

 

Ballot, 1975

24

12

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1973-1977

24

13-14

 

 

 

 

Meeting, July 31, 1975

24

15

 

 

 

News Clippings, 1974-1987

24

16-17

 

 

 

Ridgewood, NJ, 1985-1987

24

18-20

 

 

Finance Committee

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1978-1979,1981

24

21

 

 

 

Excerpts from Proceedings, 1929

24

22-23

 

 

 

Insurance Report, 1976

83

1

 

 

Kiwanis 2001 Committee

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1994-1997

24

24

 

 

 

Members, ca. 1995

25

1

 

 

 

Meetings, 1995-1997

25

2-5

 

 

 

Staff Planning Retreat, 1996

25

6

 

 

 

Surveys, 1995

25

7

 

 

Kiwanis International Structure, 1979

25

8

 

 

Kiwanis Restructuring Conference, 1975

25

9

 

 

Leadership Development, 1978-1979

25

10

 

 

Magazine Subscription Committee, 1998

25

11

 

 

Past Presidents Committee

 

 

 

 

 

Committee Programs, 1935-1936

25

12

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1991-2004

25

13

 

 

 

Death Resolutions, 1983-2002

25

14

 

 

 

Meeting Packets, 2001-2003, 2005

25

15-20

 

 

 

Membership Study, 1995-1998

25

21

 

 

 

Minutes, 1932-1979, 1981-1983, 1989-1992, 1994-1997, 1999-2001, 2004, 2007

25

22-24

 

 

 

Study on the Role of the Past Presidents Committee, 1983-1997

25

25

 

 

Restructure of Kiwanis International, 1979-1980

25

26

 

 

Site Selection, 1979

25

27

 

 

Special Committee on Caribbean Status, 1973

25

28

 

 

Special Committee on Forward Thinking, 1977

25

29

 

 

World-Wide Kiwanis Structure, 1973-1974

25

30

 

Constitution and Bylaws

 

 

 

 

1916-1952

25

31-32

 

 

1953-1961

26

1

 

 

1981-1983, 1985-1986, 1988-1989

26

2

 

International Council

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1923-1936

26

3-17

 

 

Proceedings, 1937-1950

27

1-15

 

 

Proceedings, 1951-1970

28

1-18

 

 

Proceedings, 1971-1981

29

1-12

 

 

Programs, 1958-1960, 1962-1963, 1967-1968, 1974/75-1981/82

29

13-14

 

 

Programs, 1985-2001

83

2-4

 

 

Summer Meeting Summaries, 1969-1997

29

15-16

 

 

Training

 

 

 

 

 

1957-1958

29

17-18

 

 

 

1959-1960

30

1-2

 

Members

 

 

 

 

Biographical Information

 

 

 

 

 

Board of Trustees

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alford, Steve A., Jr., ca. 1966

30

3

 

 

 

 

Allen, Raymond, 1985-1991

30

4

 

 

 

 

Alper, Morton O., 1986-2004

30

5

 

 

 

 

Ammar, A.S., 1989

30

6

 

 

 

 

Arthur, Mark, Jr., 1982-1985

30

7

 

 

 

 

Barnes, Frederick M., 1963-1971

30

8

 

 

 

 

Batsis, Andrew, 1992

30

9

 

 

 

 

Betrains, Nestor H.J., 1994

30

10

 

 

 

 

Brooks, James C., n.d.

30

11

 

 

 

 

Bucher, Clum, 1961-1962

30

12

 

 

 

 

Chandler, Paul, n.d.

30

13

 

 

 

 

Chang, Shih-Yu, 1999

30

14

 

 

 

 

Clare, Miguel, 1997-1998

30

15

 

 

 

 

Clark, Derral L., 1965

30

16

 

 

 

 

Cox, Albert L., 1980-2004

30

17

 

 

 

 

DeGarmo, Lindley H., 1993

30

18

 

 

 

 

Delf, Jack P., 1977, 2001

30

19

 

 

 

 

DeLorenzo, Arthur J., ca. 1981

30

20

 

 

 

 

Dillon, C.A., Jr., 1989

30

21

 

 

 

 

Dimmock, Thomas J., 1998

30

22

 

 

 

 

Dubail, W. Donald, 1983

30

23

 

 

 

 

Duffield, Allen M., ca. 1979

30

24

 

 

 

 

Edwards, Warren H., 1977

30

25

 

 

 

 

Ellerbusch, Rod, 1996

30

26

 

 

 

 

Ellsworth, P. Blair, 1971

30

27

 

 

 

 

Engdahl, George, n.d.

30

28

 

 

 

 

Engelhardt, W. Gene, 1990-1992

30

29

 

 

 

 

Fedun, Ed, 2000

30

30

 

 

 

 

Favell, Gene H., 1969-1974

30

31

 

 

 

 

Friedrich, Jean Eouard, 1980-1982

30

32

 

 

 

 

Fuller, Nelson O., 1962-1964

30

33

 

 

 

 

Gallivan, Dwight F., 1975-1989

30

34

 

 

 

 

Glass, W. Clyde, 1964

30

35

 

 

 

 

Goodfellow, W. Donald, 1985

30

36

 

 

 

 

Griffeth, Joe L., 1992

30

37

 

 

 

 

Hagler, T. Ben, 1971-1973

30

38

 

 

 

 

Hart, Stephen H., Jr., 1978

30

39

 

 

 

 

Henderson, David C., 1998-2000

30

40

 

 

 

 

Holderman, David K., 1997-1999

30

41

 

 

 

 

Homisak, William, 1993-1995

30

42

 

 

 

 

Howell, Walter H., 1966-1968

30

43

 

 

 

 

Huber, Kurt Konrad, 1987-1988

30

44

 

 

 

 

Hunter, Harris G., 1982

30

45

 

 

 

 

Hyatt, Carl B., Jr., 1967

30

46

 

 

 

 

Jackson, J. Donovan, 1986

30

47

 

 

 

 

Jetty, Marshall E., 1965

30

48

 

 

 

 

Jolley, Robert J., 1998

30

49

 

 

 

 

Jorgensen, Therkel, 1969

30

50

 

 

 

 

Kauffman, A. James, 1999

30

51

 

 

 

 

Keyes, Ralph C., 1976

30

52

 

 

 

 

Kim, Hyun Soo, 1997-1999

30

53

 

 

 

 

Kuzmany, Egon, 1978

30

54

 

 

 

 

Levesque, James A., 1994

30

55

 

 

 

 

Lough, Alvin F., 1985

30

56

 

 

 

 

McMahon, John F., 1968-1975

30

57

 

 

 

 

Martin, Larry P., 1969

30

58

 

 

 

 

Masys, Robert A., 1998

30

59

 

 

 

 

McAllister, James T., 1999

30

60

 

 

 

 

McCurley, Robert L., Jr., 1987-1991

30

61

 

 

 

 

McGee, Jack, 1998

30

62

 

 

 

 

Miles, Don, 1988-1989

30

63

 

 

 

 

Miller, Carl F., 1976

30

64

 

 

 

 

Moore, Walter P., ca. 1974

30

65

 

 

 

 

Muggelberg, Glenn E., 1992

30

66

 

 

 

 

Mumford, Donald E., 1961-1979

30

67

 

 

 

 

Myers, Henry L., Jr., 1983

30

68

 

 

 

 

O’Brien, Gene C., 1995

30

69

 

 

 

 

Oggenfuss, Peter, 1999

30

70

 

 

 

 

Olsen, Leroy J., 1961

30

71

 

 

 

 

Petersen, Drew M., 1979

30

72

 

 

 

 

Peterson, George C., Jr., 1993-1995

30

73

 

 

 

 

Pittomvils, Herman F., 2000

30

74

 

 

 

 

Powell, H. Lee, Jr., 1972

30

75

 

 

 

 

Provasi, Alfred L., 1990-1994

30

76

 

 

 

 

Putnam, James W., 1963-1965

30

77

 

 

 

 

Pyfer, S. Clark, 1970

30

78

 

 

 

 

Ravasi, Jean Paul, 2000

30

79

 

 

 

 

Richard, James B., 1978-1982

30

80

 

 

 

 

Roberts, Charles M., 1973

30

81

 

 

 

 

Roberts, William H., 1992-1995

30

82

 

 

 

 

Robertson, James C., 1961

30

83

 

 

 

 

Rosen, A. Frederick, 1969-1976

30

84

 

 

 

 

Ryder, Claude L., 1963-1965

30

85

 

 

 

 

Sales, John W., Jr., 1999

30

86

 

 

 

 

Sinn, Robert G., 1986

30

87

 

 

 

 

Smith, Kenneth W., 1986-1990

30

88

 

 

 

 

Smith, Mark, III, 2000

30

89

 

 

 

 

Stout, Phillip V., 1963-1965

30

90

 

 

 

 

Sturch, Ernest, Jr., 1973-1975

30

91

 

 

 

 

Summerhayes, Franklin W., 1972-1989

30

92

 

 

 

 

Sundt, Wilbur A., 1996

30

93

 

 

 

 

Tanjuakio, Avelino V., 1982-1986

30

94

 

 

 

 

Tanner, Bernard, 1997

30

95

 

 

 

 

Thurston, C.E., Jr., 1976-1980

30

96

 

 

 

 

Tomshany, Paul E., 1994

30

97

 

 

 

 

Tseng, Kun-Hua, 1992

30

98

 

 

 

 

Wagner, Robert A., 1985-1988

30

99

 

 

 

 

Wales, Robert E., 1990

30

100

 

 

 

 

Waller, Harris, 1998

30

101

 

 

 

 

Wasson, Douglas, 1976

30

102

 

 

 

 

Willis, Jack E., 1966-1968

30

103

 

 

 

 

Wilson, J. Stewart, 1978

30

104

 

 

 

 

Wilson, Ralph E., 1970

30

105

 

 

 

 

Young, Timothy M., 1995-1998

30

106

 

 

 

Presidents

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amerman, Ralph A. (1926-1927), 1927, 1940

30

107

 

 

 

 

Armstrong, Charles (1947-1948), 1947-1968

30

108

 

 

 

 

Arnold, H. Park (1957-1958), 1957-2004

30

109

 

 

 

 

Arras, Edmund F. (1923-1924), 1940, 1951

30

110

 

 

 

 

Badskey, Lorin J., (1972-1973), 1973-1980

30

111

 

 

 

 

Barnett, J. Mercer (1920-1921), n.d.

30

112

 

 

 

 

Bartlett, Wes H. (1971-1972), 1971-2003

30

113

 

 

 

 

Callen, A. Copeland (1936-1937), 1951

30

114

 

 

 

 

Carrington, William J. (1934-1935), 1940-1947

30

115

 

 

 

 

Crossman, Raymond M. (1930-1931), 1943-1963

30

116

 

 

 

 

Culp, Reed C. (1956-1957), 1956-1991

30

117

 

 

 

 

Cummings, O. Sam (1928-1929), 1951-1994

30

118

 

 

 

 

Davis, Roy W. (1974-1975), 1972-1995

30

119

 

 

 

 

Dean, Ben (1944-1945), 1930-1956

30

120

 

 

 

 

Donley, Charles S. (1941-1942), 1941-1964

30

121

 

 

 

 

Eagles, Williams M. (1973-1974), 1973-1991

30

122

 

 

 

 

Elliott, Henry J. (1919-1920), 1923-1928

30

123

 

 

 

 

Emerson, Jay (1946-1947), 1940-1947

30

124

 

 

 

 

Endicott, Carl E. (1932-1933), 1947

30

125

 

 

 

 

Engdahl, Don (1954-1955), 1954-1980

30

126

 

 

 

 

Enstad, Merald T. (1980-1981), 1980

30

127

 

 

 

 

Forsythe, Donald T. (1953-1954), 1954-1986

30

128

 

 

 

 

Gatton, Harper (1935-1936), 1939-1965

30

129

 

 

 

 

Gladman, Maurice (1977-1978), 1977-2004

30

130

 

 

 

 

Harris, William O. (1931-1932), n.d.

30

131

 

 

 

 

Hatfield, H.G. (1938-1939), 1938-1948

30

132

 

 

 

 

Heimbaugh, Harold M. (1968-1969), 1968-1980

30

133

 

 

 

 

Heinz, Henry C. (1927-1928), n.d.

30

134

 

 

 

 

Hellmann, Claude B. (1951-1952), 1951-1971

30

135

 

 

 

 

Hixson, George  F. (1916-1918), 1967

30

136

 

 

 

 

Holt, Hamilton (1945-1946), 1945-1963

30

137

 

 

 

 

Jackson, J. Hugh (1949-1950), 1946-1962

30

138

 

 

 

 

Johns, Joshua L. (1933-1934), 1947

30

139

 

 

 

 

Johnson, Ted R. (1970-1971), 1970-1981

30

140

 

 

 

 

Johnson, Victor M. (1924-1925), n.d.

30

141

 

 

 

 

Kaiser, Anton (1987-1988), 1986-1990

30

142

 

 

 

 

Karr, Harry E. (1921-1922), 1957

30

143

 

 

 

 

Keefe, Edward C. (1965-1966), 1965-1985

30

144

 

 

 

 

Knudson, Bennett O. (1939-1940), 1938-1964

30

145

 

 

 

 

 

Scrapbook, 1939-1940 (oversized)

107

1

 

 

 

 

 

Scrapbook, 1953 (oversized)

106

2

 

 

 

 

Lansford, Raymond W. (1984-1985), 1982-1984

30

146

 

 

 

 

Loheed, Kenneth B. (1958-1959), 1958-1960

30

147

 

 

 

 

McAlister, Fred G. (1942-1943), 1937-1983

30

148

 

 

 

 

McDavid, Horace W. (1929-1930), n.d.

30

149

 

 

 

 

McKitrick, E.B. (1981-1982), 1981-1989

30

150

 

 

 

 

Moler, James M. (1967-1968), 1967-2004

30

151

 

 

 

 

Morton, John D., Sr. (1991-1992), 1982-1996

30

152

 

 

 

 

Mosser, J. Belmont (1948-1949), 1944-1950

30

153

 

 

 

 

Moss, John H. (1925-1926), 1940-1950

30

154

 

 

 

 

Moylan, Edward B., Jr. (1964-1965), 1964-1977

30

155

 

 

 

 

Murdoch, Don H. (1950-1951), 1950-1956

30

156

 

 

 

 

Patterson, Perry S. (1918-1919), 1923-1926

30

157

 

 

 

 

Raney, Jackson A. (1955-1956), 1946-1963

30

158

 

 

 

 

Ray, Walter J.L. (1952-1953), 1942-1990

30

159

 

 

 

 

Reed, R. Glenn, Jr. (1966-1967), 1966-1977

30

160

 

 

 

 

Rice, Donald B. (1943-1944), 1943-1982

30

161

 

 

 

 

Roberts, John T. (1982-1983), 1977-2001

30

162

 

 

 

 

Ross, George H. (1922-1923), 1950

30

163

 

 

 

 

Schneider, Stanley E. (1976-1977), 1976

30

164

 

 

 

 

Smith, Mark A. (1940-1941), 1944-1958

30

165

 

 

 

 

Smith, Mark A., Jr. (1979-1980), 1979-2004

30

166

 

 

 

 

Solberg, Hilmar L (1978-1979), 1971-2002

30

167

 

 

 

 

Swain, Charles A. (1963-1964), 1959-2003

30

168

 

 

 

 

Tally, Joseph Oscar, Jr. (1960-1961), 1960-1983

30

169

 

 

 

 

Taylor, F. Trafford (1937-1938), 1940

30

170

 

 

 

 

Tucker, Merle H. (1962-1963), 1962-2003

30

171

 

 

 

 

Tully, Albert J. (1959-1960), 1959-1997

30

172

 

 

 

 

Weber, Robert F. (1969-1970), 1969-1982

30

173

 

 

 

 

Witthun, Irwin R. (1961-1962), 1989

30

174

 

 

Biographical Sketches, 1945-1946, 1952-1953, 1959, 1962-1966, 1981-1982, 2003

30

175

 

 

Composite Photograph Sheets

 

 

 

 

 

International Committee Chairmen, 1936-1959 (oversized)

98

9

 

 

 

District Governors, 1936-1959 (oversized)

98

7

 

 

 

Past International Presidents, 1942/43-1943/44, 1945/46, 1947/48-1957/58 (oversized)

98

8

 

 

 

District Secretaries, 1958-1959 (oversized)

98

8

 

 

 

International Officers, 1940/41, 1943/44-1958/59, 1966-1967, 1969-1970 (oversized)

98

6

 

 

Leadership Brochures

 

 

 

 

 

Governors-Elect, 1970/71, 1972/73

30

176

 

 

 

Leadership Team, 2003/04-2004/05

30

177

 

 

 

President, Governors, and Wives, 1987/88-1990/91

30

178

 

 

 

President-Elect, Europe President-Elect, and Governors-Elect, 1980/81-1981/82, 1984/85-1998/99

30

179

 

 

 

President-Elect, Europe President-Elect, Governors-Elect, and Partners, 1990/91-1991/92, 1993/94-2001/02

30

180

 

 

 

President-Elect, Europe President-Elect, Governors-Elect, and Partners, 1998-2001

83

5

 

Member Briefs

 

 

 

 

1933/34-1974/75

31

1-18

 

 

1975/76-1978/79, 198F3/84-1989/90, 1997/98, 2002/03

32

1-16

 

 

2004

33

1

Administration Records, 1915-2004

 

 

 

Administrative Manual, 1996-1998, 2001-2002

33

2

 

Administrative Report, 2004

33

3

 

Affidavit of Organization, 1929-1949

33

4

 

Agreements

 

 

 

 

Browne, Allen, 1918-1919

33

5

 

 

Cummings, O. Samuel, 1952

33

6

 

 

National Kid’s Day Agreement, 1949, 1957

33

7

 

 

Peterson, O.E., 1963-1966

33

8

 

Annual Report to Illinois Secretary of State, 1937-1967

33

9

 

Annual Report Kiwanis International Subsidiary, 1931-1937, 1940-1965, 1967-1968

33

10-11

 

Canadian Subsidiary, 1931-1932, 1936-1946

33

12

 

Circle K Articles of Incorporation, 1954-1974

33

13

 

Circle K Trademarks, 1964-1972

33

14

 

Copyrights of Publications, 1920-1972

33

15

 

Employee Insurance Publication, 1980

33

16

 

Form 990

 

 

 

 

Circle K International, 1963-1974

33

17

 

 

Key Club International, 1963-1974

33

18

 

 

Kiwanis International, 1941-1944, 1946-1948, 1950-1951, 1954-1974

33

19-21

 

 

Kiwanis International Foundation

 

 

 

 

 

1939-1943, 1953-1955, 1957-1958, 1960, 1962

33

22

 

 

 

1945-1952 (oversized)

101

11

 

Gong and Gavel Editor - Oren Arnold, 1948-1973

33

23

 

Governors Order of Friendliness, 1933 (oversized)

101

2

 

Income Tax Returns, 1945-1952 (oversized)

101

11

 

International Growth and Development

 

 

 

 

Asia/Pacific Region

 

 

 

 

 

16th Annual Kiwanis Treasure Hunt, 1999

33

24

 

 

 

18th Annual Kiwanis Treasure Hunt, 2001

33

25

 

 

 

Conferences, 1975-1983

33

26

 

 

 

Convention, 1999

33

27

 

 

 

Directory, 1998/99-1999/00

33

28

 

 

 

Grant Application, 1998

33

29

 

 

 

Indonesia Visit, 1998-2006

33

30

 

 

 

Malaysia District Convention, 2001

33

31

 

 

 

 

Official Charter of Malaysia District (in Formation), 2001

33

32

 

 

 

New Delhi Annual Function, 1997

33

33

 

 

 

New Delhi Club Rehabilitation and Research Centre, 1995

33

34

 

 

 

Taman Tun Dr. Ismail Magazine, 1995

33

35

 

 

Canadian Federation Minutes, 1974

34

1

 

 

Andy Carery, Manager of Latin American Development

 

 

 

 

 

Andean and Central American District

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acuña, Raul, 1992-1996

34

2

 

 

 

 

Alfonso, Carlos, 1997-1998

34

3

 

 

 

 

Argentina, 1997

34

4

 

 

 

 

 

History of Kiwanis Argentina, 2000

83

6-7

 

 

 

 

District Growth Plan, 1996

34

5

 

 

 

 

History of Kiwanis El Salvador, 1993-1994

84

1-2

 

 

 

 

Escalante, Carlos Higuera, 1996-1997

34

6

 

 

 

 

de Garcia-Herreros, Dora, 1995-1997

34

7-8

 

 

 

 

Hansen-Holm, Kurt, 1993-1995

34

9

 

 

 

Development of Hispanic Clubs, 1994-1996

34

10-11

 

 

 

Kiwanis Club of Little Havana, 1989-1997

34

12

 

 

 

Reading is Fundamental - Argentina, 1997-1998

34

13

 

 

European Mission

 

 

 

 

 

10th Anniversary, 1972-1973

34

14-15

 

 

 

20th Anniversary, 1982-1983

34

16

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1963-1969

34

17-18

 

 

 

Original Trip, 1963

34

19

 

 

 

Press Releases, 1963-1966

34

20

 

 

 

Publication, 1963

34

21

 

 

 

Scrapbook, 1963 (oversized)

109

1

 

 

Kiwanis International - Europe

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Convention, 1966, 1968, 1972, 1981-1982, 1996, 2001

34

22

 

 

 

Council of Founders, 1968

34

23

 

 

 

Directory - Austria/Germany District, 1975-1976

34

24

 

 

 

Directory - Europe, 1969/70-1982/83, 1984/85

34

25

 

 

 

European Kiwanian Magazine, 1998-2001

34

26

 

 

 

European Visit, 2000

34

27

 

 

 

Grant Application, 2000

34

28

 

 

 

KIE News, 1980-1982 (incomplete)

34

29

 

 

 

Regional Service Center in Europe, 2000

35

1

 

 

 

Relationship with Kiwanis International, 1981-1985

35

2

 

 

 

World Secretariat Minutes, 1969-1974

35

3

 

 

 

World Secretariat Scrapbook, 1970

35

4

 

 

Publications (mostly non English)

 

 

 

 

 

Brochures, 1980s-1990s

35

5

 

 

 

Bulletin for Kiwanis Officers

 

 

 

 

 

 

African Edition, 1987

35

6

 

 

 

 

Asia-Pacific Edition, 1988/89-1994/95

35

7

 

 

 

 

European Edition (English), 1989/90-1994/95

35

8

 

 

 

 

European Edition (French), 1989/90-1994/95

35

9

 

 

 

 

European Edition (German), 1989/90-1994/95

35

10

 

 

 

 

European Edition (Italian), 1989/90-1994/95

35

11

 

 

 

 

Latin American Edition, 1989-1994/95

35

12

 

`

 

Club Development Kit, 1994-1995

35

13

 

 

 

General Publications, ca. 1990s-2000s

35

14

 

 

 

Introduction to Kiwanis, 1991

35

15

 

 

 

Kiwanis Leader

 

 

 

 

 

 

European Edition (English), 1995/96-1996/97

35

16

 

 

 

 

European Edition (French), 1995/96-1996/97

35

17

 

 

 

 

European Edition (German), 1996/97

35

18

 

 

 

 

European Edition (Italian), 1995/96-1996/97

35

19

 

 

 

 

Latin American Edition, 1995/96-1996/97

35

20

 

 

 

Manuals, 1968, 1994, 1996-1999

35

21-23

 

 

 

Membership Recruitment Materials, n.d.

35

24

 

 

 

Young Children, Priority One, 1994-1995

35

25

 

 

Report on Kiwanis Program of International Extension, 1966, 1973

35

26

 

International Headquarters

 

 

 

 

Brochures, ca. 1931-2000s

35

27

 

 

Chicago Headquarters - 101 East Erie Street

 

 

 

 

 

Architect, 1954-1957

35

28

 

 

 

Blaine Mansion, 1954-1958

35

29

 

 

 

Blaine Mansion Demolition Blueprints, 1965 (oversized)

99

2

 

 

 

Blueprints, 1957, 1961-1962 (oversized)

99

3-4

101

3

 

 

 

Building Emblem, 1959-2004

35

30

 

 

 

Building Specifications, 1958

35

31

 

 

 

Building Study, 1971-1972

35

32

 

 

 

Cornerstone and Time Capsule, 1958-1982

35

33

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1953-1958

35

34

 

 

 

Dedication, 1959

35

35

 

 

 

Gifts, 1957-1965

35

36

 

 

 

Permanent Home Office Committee Reports, 1953-1959, 1967

35

37

 

 

 

Publicity, 1956-1964

36

1

 

 

Chicago Headquarters - 520 North Michigan St., 1945-1959

36

2

 

 

 

Kiwanis International Visitors Ledger, 1933-1939 (oversized)

108

3

 

 

Indianapolis Headquarters

 

 

 

 

 

Blueprints, ca. 1980s (oversized)

101

3

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1980-1984

36

3-5

 

 

 

Dallas, Texas Site Visit, 1980

36

6

 

 

 

Dedication, 1982

36

7

 

 

 

Donations, 1981-1982

36

8

 

 

 

Illinois-Eastern Iowa District, 1980-1982

36

9

 

 

 

Metropolitan Sanitary District, 1980-1982

36

10

 

 

 

Special Committee on Site Locations, 1978-1982

36

11

 

 

Redwood Table, 1945-1994

36

12

 

 

Tour Scripts, 1950s-1980s

36

13

 

K-Wives/Kiwanianne International, 1960s-1987

36

14

 

Key Club Articles of Incorporation, 1947

36

15

 

Key Club Trademark, 1943, 1952

36

16

 

Kiwanis Club Articles of Incorporation, 1915 (oversized)

101

2

 

Kiwanis Club International Sample Club Charter, n.d. (oversized)

101

12

101

2

 

Kiwanis Constitution - Harry Karr, 1923-1924

36

17

 

Kiwanis International Foundation, 1980-2003

36

18

 

Kiwanis Trademark - Outside North America, 1970

36

19

 

Kiwanis Trademark - United States, 1925-1972

36

20

 

Kiwanis Trademark – Canada, 1920-1972

98

1

 

Membership Development

 

 

 

 

Committee on Organization and Structure, 1992-1994

36

21-22

 

 

Community Focused Concept, 1998

36

23

 

 

Comparisons Between Members of the Service Clubs Leadership Conference (SCLC), 1990-1998

36

24

 

 

District Membership Growth Programs, 1993-1995

37

1

 

 

Family Club, 1996

37

2

 

 

Flagship Program, 1990-1994

37

3

 

 

Golden K, 1986-1989

37

4

 

 

Growth Initiatives

 

 

 

 

 

Creating Awareness with Videos (Project Team 5), 1994-1995

37

5

 

 

 

Focus Group Research (Project Team 1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

African-American Task Force, 1996

37

6

 

 

 

 

Asian Task Force, 1995-1998

37

7

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1994-1995

37

8

 

 

 

 

Hispanic Task Force, 1995-1996

37

9

 

 

 

Internationalism and Diversity (Project Team 8), 1994-1995

37

10

 

 

Growth in Kiwanis Report, ca. 1987

37

11

 

 

Growth Training for Lieutenant Governors, ca. 1994

37

12

 

 

Indiana Blitz, 1982

37

13

 

 

International Extension

 

 

 

 

 

Five-Year Growth Projection for International Extension, 1974, 1982

37

14

 

 

 

New Club Building and Membership Growth in Europe, ca. 1996

37

15

 

 

 

Plan for Kiwanis Growth Throughout the World: 1992-1997, 1992

37

16

 

 

 

Position Paper for International Extension, 1981

37

17

 

 

Introduction to Kiwanis, 1991

37

18

 

 

Introduction to Planning for Departmental Five-Year Projections, 1984

37

19

 

 

Kiwanis Club of Cyberspace, 1996-1998

37

20-21

 

 

Kiwanis Development Plans, ca. 1996

37

22

 

 

Kiwanis International Accredited Representatives (KIAR)

 

 

 

 

 

Accredited Representative Manual, ca. 1975-1976, 1983, 1986, 1990-1991

37

23-25

 

 

 

A Handbook for Kiwanis Field Representatives, 1920-1921

37

26

 

 

 

KIAR Club Development Notebook, ca. 1993-1994

37

27

 

 

 

KIAR Kit, ca. 1987-ca. 1988

37

28-29

 

 

Long-Range Plan, 1989

37

30

 

 

Marketing and Vision for the Future, 1994-1998

37

31-32

 

 

Membership Development Materials, 1915-2001

37

33

 

 

Membership Growth Awards, 1982/83, 1986/87-1987/88, 1989/90-1990/91

37

34

 

 

Membership Marketing Pilot

 

 

 

 

 

Capital and Pennsylvania, 1990-1991

38

1

 

 

 

Denver Focus Group, 1989

38

2

 

 

 

Denver Report, 1990-1991

38

3

 

 

North American Membership Campaign Report, 4th Quarter 1995

38

4

 

 

North American Metropolitan Area Revitalization, 1996-1998

38

5

 

 

Posters, 1978-2005 (oversized)

98

5

101

14

 

 

Public Relations, 1959-2000s

38

6

 

 

Publications

 

 

 

 

 

Board Committee on Growth Manual, 1981/82-1982/83

38

7-8

 

 

 

Board Committee on Retention and Education Manual, 1981/82-1982/83

38

9-10

 

 

 

Brochures, 1920s-2000s

38

11-12

 

 

 

Classification List and Membership Plan of Kiwanis, 1921, 1924-1925, 1953, 1958, 1961, 1963, 1969

38

13

 

 

 

Club Builders Manual, 2001

38

14

 

 

 

Developing the Membership of a Local Kiwanis Club, 1921-1924

38

15

 

 

 

Maintaining Maximum Membership and Representative Leadership, ca. 1928

38

16

 

 

 

Manual on Membership Education, 1980s-1990s

38

17

 

 

 

Manual on Membership Growth, 1970s-1990s

38

18

 

 

 

Manual on the Sponsorship, Organization, and Development of New Kiwanis Clubs, 1975, 1979, ca. 1982

38

19

 

 

 

Member Handbook, 1986, ca. 1988

38

20

 

 

 

Membership and Attendance, ca. 1920s

38

21

 

 

 

Membership Development Guide, ca. 1997, 2002

38

22

 

 

 

Membership Growth Materials Kit, ca. 1983/84, ca. 1986/87, 1989, 1991/92-1992/93

38

23-27

 

 

 

New Club Building and Development Manual, ca. 1986, ca. 1990

38

28-29

 

 

 

New Club Building Kit, ca. 1981, 1985/86-1986/87

38

30

 

 

 

The New Kiwanian, 1956, 1960, 1962

38

31

 

 

 

Outlines for Inducting New Members, 1943-1945, 1947-1948

38

32

 

 

 

Procedure for Building a New Kiwanis Club, 1933

38

33

 

 

 

A Proven Plan for Increasing the Membership of a Kiwanis Club, 1929, 1938

38

34

 

 

Report on Direct-Mail Marketing Promotion, 1992

38

35

 

 

Retention, 1981-1989

38

36

 

 

Special Presidential Committee on Membership Growth

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1981-1984

38

37

 

 

 

Manual,1982/83

38

38

 

 

Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

Club and District Statistics, 1960-1992

38

39

 

 

 

Demographic and Membership Trends, 1996-1997

38

40

 

 

 

Kiwanis Statistics, ca. 1996

39

1

 

 

 

Membership Reports, 1947-1961

39

2-3

 

 

 

Membership Statistics 1953-1962

39

26

 

 

 

Membership Summaries - Ten-Year Averages, ca. 1984

39

4

 

 

 

New Clubs by District, 1915-1970/71

39

5

 

 

 

New Clubs Organized, 1940, 1942-1959

39

6-7

 

 

 

Statistics on Additions and Deletions, 1982-1992

39

8

 

 

 

Weekly Update on New Kiwanis Clubs, 1995-1996

39

9

 

 

Studies and Surveys

 

 

 

 

 

Analysis of Membership Survey, 1940

39

10

 

 

 

Charter Membership, ca. 1930s

83

8

 

 

 

Comments on Questions 20-28 Membership Survey, ca. 1940s

83

9

 

 

 

Deletion of Membership Study, 1959

39

11

 

 

 

Design for Decision (MNO Survey), 1971-1972

39

12

 

 

 

Former Member Survey, 1996

39

13

 

 

 

Kiwanis Subscriber Study, 1995

39

14

 

 

 

Membership Stimulation Plan, 1942

83

10

 

 

 

Membership Study, 1959-1966, 1983

39

15-16

 

 

 

Membership Survey, 1960

83

11

 

 

 

Past President’s Membership Study, 1995-1997

39

17-18

 

 

 

Potential Site Survey (by District), 1977

39

19-20

 

 

 

Qualitative Study of Female Non-Members and Members, 1990

39

21

 

 

 

Special Study on Membership Potential: 1965-1975, 1965

39

22

 

 

 

Special Survey of Young Men in Kiwanis, ca. 1965

39

23

 

 

 

Staff Analysis of Targeted Areas, ca. 1996

39

24

 

 

Strategic Planning Questionnaire Report, 1985

39

25

 

Newsletters

 

 

 

 

Dateline Kiwanis, 1989-2004

40

1-25

 

 

¿K Pasa?, October 2006

40

26

 

 

Kiwanis Kues

 

 

 

 

 

1953-1959

40

27-28

 

 

 

1960-1982, 1984-1985, 1988-1995 (includes The Hot Line, 1983-1985)

41

1-5

 

Music Copyrights, 1921-1951

41

6

 

Official Emblems and Buttons, 1927-1969

41

7

 

Organizational Documents, 1915-1946

41

8

 

Operational Plans, 1995-1999

 

 

 

 

Kiwanis International Operational Plan, 1995-1996

42

1

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Administration Services, 1995-1996

42

2

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Club Development, 1995-1996

42

3

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Field Operations Services, 1995-1996

42

4

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Financial Services, 1995-1996

42

5

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Publications Services, 1995-1996

42

6

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Sponsored Programs, 1995-1996

42

7

 

 

Kiwanis International Operational Plan, 1996-1997

42

8

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Administration Services, 1996-1997

42

9

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Club Development, 1996-1997

42

10

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Field Operations, Services, 1996-1997

42

11

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Financial Services, 1996-1997

42

12

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Publications Services, 1996-1997

42

13

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Sponsored Programs, 1996-1997

42

14

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Dan Borba, 1998-1999

42

15

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Bill Brown, 1998-1999

42

16

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Andy Carey, 1998-1999

42

17

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Lisa Heindricks, 1998-1999

43

1

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Chuck Jonak, 1998-1999

43

2

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Bill Parker, 1998-1999

43

3

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Chris Rice, 1998-1999

43

4

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, A.G. Terry Shaffer, 1998-1999

43

5

 

 

Operational Plan and Budget, Stan Soderstrom, 1998-1999

43

6

 

Personnel Handbook, ca. 1950s, 1982

43

7

 

Photographs from CDs, ca. 2000s

 

 

 

 

Eraso and Higgins, 2009

43

8

 

 

Kiwanis Photographs, n.d.

43

9

 

 

Rob Parker, 2007

43

10

 

Pittsburgh Charter, 1916

43

11

 

Policies and Procedures Manual, 1995-1996

43

12

 

Public Relations Poster, 1948 (oversized)

101

2

 

Registration of Charitable Trust, 1964

43

13

 

Speaker’s Bureau, ca. 1980s

43

14

 

Special Studies

 

 

 

 

Administrative Year, 1966-1967

43

15-16

 

 

Administrative Year Study Graphs, 1968-1970 (oversized)

101

1

 

 

Automation Feasibility Study - Magazine Fulfillment and Membership Maintenance, 1960-1962

43

17

 

 

Building Emblem Committee, 1962-1964

43

18

 

 

Funding Kiwanis - In Depth Study, 1968

43

19

 

 

Review and Analysis of Kiwanis International and Kiwanis Europe Relations: 1961-1981, 1981

43

20

 

 

Service Clubs, 1963-1966

43

21

 

 

Special Committee on Organization, 1965-1967

43

22

 

 

Survey on the Cost of Kiwanis, 1968

43

23

 

 

Survey of Office and Mailing Procedures, 1954, 1959

43

24

 

 

Total Fulfillment Service Automated for the Publishing Industry, 1962

43

25

 

 

World Headquarters Sculpture Committee, 1999-2000

43

26

 

Staff

 

 

 

 

Executive Secretaries/Executive Directors

 

 

 

 

 

Hanly, Peter (1981), 1979-1981

43

27

 

 

 

Kleindorfer, J. William (1981-1983), 1981-1983

43

28

 

 

 

Krepinevich, Kevin W. (1987-1994), 1987-1991

43

29

 

 

 

Merridew, Reginald (1966-1981), 1966-1998

43

30

 

 

 

Parker, Fred C.W. (1921-1940), 1921, 1946

43

31

 

 

 

Peterson, O.E. (1942-1966), ca. 1950s-1987

43

32

 

 

 

Shaffer, A.G. Terry (1994-2003), 1976-2005

43

33

 

 

 

Sigurdsson, Eyjolfur (2003-?), 1995-2004

43

34

 

 

 

Williams, Donald E. (1986-1987), 1986

43

35

 

 

 

Zitzelsberger, Gilbert H. (1983-1986), 1983-1986

43

36

 

 

Headquarters Staff

 

 

 

 

 

Abramson, Robert M., 1980

43

37

 

 

 

Alford, Sharon H., 1984-1987

43

38

 

 

 

Atwood, Leslie M., 1981-1982

43

39

 

 

 

Austin, Andrew Blair, 1984-1989

43

40

 

 

 

Barnett, Malcolm C., n.d.

43

41

 

 

 

Beer, Jerome H., 1982

43

42

 

 

 

Bledsoe, Jackie, 1997

43

43

 

 

 

Brown, William A., 1999

43

44

 

 

 

Bryan, Alonzo (Lonny) J., 1985-1987

43

45

 

 

 

Christopher, Richard S., 1980

44

1

 

 

 

Crees, Brian P., 1997

44

2

 

 

 

Crippen, Robert Bruce, n.d.

44

3

 

 

 

Deas, Gerald W., n.d.

44

4

 

 

 

Detloff, Robert Martin, n.d.

44

5

 

 

 

Duffield, Charles J., n.d.

44

6

 

 

 

Epler, Joseph O., n.d.

44

7

 

 

 

Fitzgerald, Thomas W., n.d.

44

8

 

 

 

Frizzell, Betty, 1999

44

9

 

 

 

Fulkerson, Roe, 1933-1951

44

10

 

 

 

Gagné, Les, 1998

44

11

 

 

 

Geannopulos, Nick George, ca. 1980s

44

12

 

 

 

Gerrie, Munro, n.d.

44

13

 

 

 

Gillum, Virgil H., n.d.

44

14

 

 

 

Gosswiller, Richard E., n.d.

44

15

 

 

 

Greenaway, Kenneth P., 1953-1995

44

16

 

 

 

Gregory, Merrill K., 1966

44

17

 

 

 

Hapgood, Lawrence, 1966-1997

44

18

 

 

 

Harris, Burton P., n.d.

44

19

 

 

 

Harrison, G. Robert, n.d.

44

20

 

 

 

Hatcher, Pat, 1983

44

21

 

 

 

Hinrichsen, Henry, 1988

44

22

 

 

 

Hoss, Donald Joseph, n.d.

44

23

 

 

 

Huesing, Melinda M., n.d.

44

24

 

 

 

Invergo, Anthony P., 1979

44

25

 

 

 

Jeanes, Raymond G., 1981-1986

44

26

 

 

 

Jepson, William H., 1976-1979

44

27

 

 

 

Jindra, Gerald R., 1976

44

28

 

 

 

Jonak, Charles M., n.d.

44

29

 

 

 

Kavanagh, Robert G., 1972

44

30

 

 

 

Kelly, Andrew P., n.d.

44

31

 

 

 

Kinkade, James W., 1979

44

32

 

 

 

Langguth, George F., n.d.

44

33

 

 

 

Leix, Thomas M., n.d.

44

34

 

 

 

Lord, J. Andre, ca. 1971

44

35

 

 

 

Lucas, Robert F., ca. 1972

44

36

 

 

 

Lynn, James L., 1976

44

37

 

 

 

McCabe, J. Frank, n.d.

44

38

 

 

 

McDonald, Fay H., 1955-2001

44

39

 

 

 

McGehee, John L., 1976-1983

44

40

 

 

 

McCord, Gary R., n.d.

44

41

 

 

 

McNary, Jeffery A., 1980

44

42

 

 

 

Mason, Robert L., n.d.

44

43

 

 

 

Misch, Richard A., n.d.

44

44

 

 

 

Mitchell, Raymond W., 1999

44

45

 

 

 

Moore, Dennis K., 2003

44

46

 

 

 

Niles, Theresa A., n.d.

44

47

 

 

 

Oberg, Donald G., n.d.

44

48

 

 

 

Papp, Joseph, 1966-1969

44

49

 

 

 

Pemberton, Scott B., 1981

44

50

 

 

 

Piansay, Emilio Madrigal, 1986

44

51

 

 

 

Porter, Mack, 1987

44

52

 

 

 

Pounds, Carl R., n.d.

44

53

 

 

 

Rice, Christopher J., 1995

44

54

 

 

 

Riggin, Lee P., 1978-1989

44

55

 

 

 

Roux, Marcel, n.d.

44

56

 

 

 

Rowe, Richard S., 1972-1973

44

57

 

 

 

Santos, Angel D., 1983

44

58

 

 

 

Schwerthoffer, Frank J., 1972-1973

44

59

 

 

 

Segal, Nancy, 1980

44

60

 

 

 

Sheets, James L., 1995

44

61

 

 

 

Shue, Percy H., 1950s-1980s 

44

62-65

 

 

 

Smith, Darwin R., n.d.

44

66

 

 

 

Smith, Jack, 1978

44

67

 

 

 

Smith, James G., n.d.

44

68

 

 

 

Sullivan, Thomas J., n.d.

44

69

 

 

 

Teasley, Don R., ca. 1971

44

70

 

 

 

Tinker, Andrew C., 1986

44

71

 

 

 

Tooman, R. Wayne, n.d.

44

72

 

 

 

Tromley, E. Lawrence, 1943-1954

44

73

 

 

 

Trucksis, Robert W., ca. 1955

44

74

 

 

 

Tucker, Charles Herbert, II, n.d.

44

75

 

 

 

Turnmire, Bruce M., 1979

44

76

 

 

 

Vaughn, Don S., 1966-1967

44

77

 

 

 

Wilhelm, Gloria W., n.d.

44

78

 

 

 

Winebrenner, Fred E., 1978

44

79

 

 

 

Woodard, Randle C., ca. 1969

44

80

 

 

 

Wright, David, 1997

44

81

 

 

 

Wujcik, Michael J., n.d.

44

82

 

 

History of International Secretaries/Executive Directors, 2004

44

83

 

 

Kiwanis International Staff, 1970s-2003

44

84

 

 

Staff Changes and Age Survey, 1981

44

85

 

Strategy for Creating a Marketing Unit, n.d.

44

86

 

Supply Catalogs

 

 

 

 

Kiwanis International

 

 

 

 

 

1922-1923, 1925, 1927, 1930-1949, 1951-1952, 1954-1956/57, 1958/59, 1962-1969, 1971-1972, 1974-1980/81

44

87-91

 

 

 

1981/82-2005/06

45

1-3

 

 

Sponsored Programs

 

 

 

 

 

Bound Sets, 1961-1969, 1972-2003/04

45

4-6

 

 

 

Loose Sets

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aktion Club, 2005/06

45

7

 

 

 

 

Builders Club, 2005/06

45

8

 

 

 

 

Circle K, 2002/2003, 2004/05-2005/06

45

9

 

 

 

 

K-Kids Club, 2005/06

45

10

 

 

 

 

Key Club, 2005/06

45

11

 

U.S. Postal Commission, 1971-1977

45

12-13

 

Volunteer Postage Stamp, ca. 1980s

45

14

Annual Convention Records, 1916-2006

 

 

 

1916 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1916

45

15

 

1917 Convention

 

 

 

 

Printed Materials, 1917

45

16

 

 

Proceedings, 1917

45

15

 

1918 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1918

45

17

 

 

Program and Printed Materials, 1918

45

18

 

1919 Convention

 

 

 

 

Delegates, 1919

45

19

 

 

Printed Materials, 1919

45

20

 

 

Proceedings, 1919

45

21

 

1920 Convention

 

 

 

 

Printed Materials, 1920

45

22

 

 

Proceedings, 1920

83

12

 

1921 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1921

46

1

 

1922 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1922

46

2

 

 

Printed Materials, 1922

46

3

 

 

Proceedings, 1922

46

4

 

1923 Convention

 

 

 

 

Constitutional Convention, vol. I, 1923 (also Proceedings)

46

5

 

 

Constitutional Convention, vol. II, July 1923

46

6-7

 

 

Constitutional Convention, vol. III, November 1923

46

8-9

 

 

Constitutional Convention, vol. IV, April 1924

46

10-12

 

 

Convention Daily, 1923

46

13

 

 

Printed Materials, 1923

46

14

 

1924 Convention

 

 

 

 

Conference on the New Constitution, 1924

46

15-16

 

 

Convention Daily, 1924

46

17

 

 

Printed Materials, 1924

46

18

 

 

Proceedings, 1924

46

19

 

1925 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1925 (oversized)

101

5

 

 

Printed Materials, 1925

46

20

 

 

Proceedings, 1925

46

21

 

1926 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1926 (oversized)

101

5

 

 

Printed Materials, 1926

47

1

 

 

Proceedings, 1926

47

2

 

1927 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1927 (oversized)

101

5

 

 

Printed Materials, 1927

47

3

 

 

Proceedings, 1927

47

4

 

1928 Convention

 

 

 

 

Printed Materials, 1928

47

5

 

 

Proceedings, 1928

47

6

 

1929 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1929 (oversized)

101

5

 

 

Proceedings, 1929

47

7

 

1930 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1930 (oversized)

101

5

 

 

Printed Materials, 1930

47

8

 

 

Proceedings, 1930

47

9

 

1931 Convention

 

 

 

 

Printed Materials, 1931

47

10

 

 

Proceedings, 1931

47

11

 

1932 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1932

47

12

 

1933 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1933 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1933

47

13

 

1934 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1934

47

14

 

1935 Convention

 

 

 

 

Printed Materials, 1935

47

15

 

 

Proceedings, 1935

47

16

 

1936 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1936 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1936

47

17

 

1937 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1937

47

18

 

1938 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1938

 

19

 

1939 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1939 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1939

48

1

 

 

Scrapbook, 1939

48

2

 

1940 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1940 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1940

48

3

 

1941 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1941

48

4

 

1942 Convention

 

 

 

 

Clippings, 1942

48

5

 

 

Printed Materials, 1942

48

6

 

 

Proceedings, 1942

48

7

 

1943 - No Convention

 

 

 

 

Wartime Paper, 1943 (oversized)

101

6

 

1944 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1944 (oversized)

101

6

 

 

Proceedings, 1944

48

8

 

1945 - No Convention

 

 

 

1946 Convention

 

 

 

 

Printed Materials, 1946

48

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1946

48

10

 

1947 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1947 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1947

48

11

 

1948 Convention

 

 

 

 

Printed Materials, 1948

48

12

 

 

Proceedings, 1948

48

13

 

1949 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1949 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Printed Materials, 1949

48

14

 

 

Proceedings, 1949

48

15

 

1950 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1950 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Printed Materials, 1950

48

16

 

 

Proceedings, 1950

48

17

 

1951 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1951 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Printed Materials, 1951

48

18

 

 

Proceedings, 1951

48

19

 

1952 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1952 (oversized)

99

9

 

 

Printed Materials, 1952

48

20

 

 

Proceedings, 1952

48

21

 

1953 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1953

48

22

 

 

Printed Materials, 1953

48

23

 

 

Proceedings, 1953

48

24

 

1954 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1954

48

25

 

 

Proceedings, 1954

48

26

 

1955 Convention

 

 

 

 

Clippings, 1955

48

27

 

 

Convention Daily, 1955

48

28

 

 

Printed Materials, 1955

48

29

 

 

Proceedings, 1955

48

30

 

1956 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1956

49

1

 

 

Printed Materials, 1956

49

2

 

 

Proceedings,1956

49

3

 

1957 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1957

49

4

 

 

Printed Materials, 1957

49

5

 

 

Proceedings, 1957

49

6

 

1958 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1958

49

7

 

 

Proceedings, 1958

49

8

 

1959 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1959 (oversized)

101

6

 

 

Printed Materials, 1959

49

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1959

49

10

 

1960 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1960

49

11

 

 

Printed Materials, 1960

49

12

 

 

Proceedings, 1960

49

13

 

1961 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1961

49

14

 

 

Proceedings, 1961

49

15

 

1962 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1962

49

16

 

 

Proceedings, 1962

49

17

 

1963 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1963

49

18

 

 

Printed Materials, 1963

49

19

 

 

Proceedings, 1963

49

20

 

1964 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1964

49

21

 

 

Printed Materials, 1964

49

22

 

 

Proceedings, 1964

49

23

 

1965 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1965

49

24

 

 

Printed Materials, 1965

49

25

 

 

Proceedings, 1965

49

26

 

 

Newspaper Publicity Scrapbook, 1965 (oversized)

102

1

 

1966 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1966

49

27

 

 

Printed Materials, 1966

49

28

 

 

Proceedings, 1966

49

29

 

1967 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1967

49

30

 

 

Printed Materials, 1967

49

31

 

 

Proceedings, 1967

49

32

 

1968 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1968

49

33

 

 

Printed Materials, 1968

49

34

 

 

Proceedings, 1968

49

35

 

1969 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1969

49

36

 

 

Printed Materials, 1969

49

37

 

 

Proceedings, 1969

49

38

 

1970 Convention

 

 

 

 

Printed Materials, 1970

49

39

 

 

Proceedings, 1970

49

40

 

1971 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1971

49

41

 

 

Printed Materials, 1971

49

42

 

 

Proceedings, 1971

49

43

 

1972 Convention

 

 

 

 

Proceedings, 1972

49

44

 

1973 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1973

49

45

 

 

Printed Materials, 1973

49

46

 

 

Proceedings, 1973

49

47

 

1974 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1974 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Printed Materials, 1974

49

48

 

 

Proceedings, 1974

49

49

 

1975 Convention

50

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1975 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Proceedings, 1975

50

1

 

1976 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1976 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Printed Materials, 1976

50

2

 

 

Proceedings, 1976

50

3

 

1977 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1977 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Printed Materials, 1977

50

4

 

 

Proceedings, 1977

50

5

 

1978 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1978 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Printed Materials, 1978

50

6

 

 

Proceedings, 1978

50

7

 

1979 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1979 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Proceedings, 1979

50

8

 

1980 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1980 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Proceedings, 1980

50

9

 

1981 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1981 (oversized)

100

1

101

7

 

 

Proceedings, 1981

50

10

 

1982 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1982 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Printed Materials, 1982

50

11

 

 

Proceedings, 1982

50

12

 

1983 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1983 (oversized)

101

7

 

 

Correspondence, 1981

50

13

 

 

President’s Scripts, 1983

50

14

 

 

Printed Materials, 1983

50

15

 

 

Proceedings, 1983

50

16

 

1984 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1984 (oversized)

100

1

101

8

 

 

Advertising Supplement to conference attendees from the Arizona Republic newspaper, June 24, 1984 (oversized)

100

1

 

 

Proceedings, 1984

50

17

 

1985 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1985 (oversized)

100

1

101

8

 

 

Printed Materials, 1985

50

18

 

 

Proceedings, 1985

50

19

 

1986 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1986 (oversized)

101

8

 

 

Printed Materials, 1986

50

20

 

 

Proceedings, 1986

50

21

 

1987 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1987 (oversized)

101

8

 

 

Printed Materials, 1987

50

22

 

 

Proceedings, 1987

50

23

 

1988 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1988 (oversized)

101

8

 

 

Proceedings, 1988

50

24

 

1989 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1989 (oversized)

100

1

101

8

 

 

Printed Materials, 1989

50

25

 

 

Proceedings, 1989

50

26

 

1990 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1990 (oversized)

100

1

101

8

 

 

Printed Materials, 1990

50

27

 

 

Proceedings, 1990

50

28

 

1991 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1991 (oversized)

100

1

101

8

 

 

Printed Materials, 1991

50

29

 

 

Proceedings, 1991

50

30

 

1992 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1992 (oversized)

101

9

 

 

Printed Materials, 1992

50

31

 

 

Proceedings, 1992

50

32

 

1993 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1993 (oversized)

100

2

101

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1993

50

33

 

1994 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1994 (oversized)

100

2

101

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1994

50

34

 

1995 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1995 (oversized)

100

2

101

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1995

50

35

 

1996 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1996 (oversized)

100

2

101

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1996

 

36

 

1997 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1997 (oversized)

100

2

101

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1997

51

1

 

1998 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1998 (oversized)

100

2

101

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1998

51

2

 

1999 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 1999 (oversized)

100

3

101

9

 

 

Proceedings, 1999

51

3

 

2000 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 2000 (oversized)

100

3

101

9

 

 

Proceedings, 2000

51

4

 

2001 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 2001 (oversized)

100

3

101

10

 

 

Proceedings, 2001

51

5

 

 

Program and Printed Materials, 2001

51

6

 

2002 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 2002 (oversized)

100

3

101

10

 

 

Proceedings, 2002

51

7

 

 

Program, 2002

51

8

 

2003 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 2003 (oversized)

100

3

101

10

 

 

Program and Printed Materials, 2003

51

9

 

2004 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 2004 (oversized)

100

3

101

10

 

 

Motion to Merge Kiwanis International Constitution and Bylaws, 2004

51

10

 

 

Program and Printed Materials, 2004

51

11

 

2005 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 2005 (oversized)

98

12

 

2006 Convention

 

 

 

 

Convention Daily, 2006 (oversized)

98

12

 

 

Program, 2006

51

12

 

Biographical Sketches of Candidates for National Office, 1970-2004

51

13-14

 

Programs, 1920-2000

 

 

 

 

1920-1968

51

15-18

 

 

1968-2000

52

1-3

District and Club Records, 1915-2007

 

 

 

Club Charter Dates, 1915-1994

52

4

 

Club President’s Leadership Education Package, 1973/74

52

5

 

Conferences

 

 

 

 

District Officers’ Leadership Conference, ca. 1985

52

6

 

 

District Secretary’s Conference, 1953

52

7

 

 

Governors-Elect Training Conference, 1979, 2003-2004, 2006

52

8-11

 

 

Governors-Elect Training Conference, 1983

83

13

 

 

Leadership Education Program, 1973/74, 1980/81

52

12

 

 

Leadership Training Program, 1930, 1942

52

13

 

 

Service Leadership Programs Conference, 2006

52

14

 

 

TAG Team Training, 2007

52

15

 

District Officer Compiled List, 1920-1950

52

16-18

 

Education and Club Development Materials, 2000

52

19

53

1-2

 

Historical Data, 1948/49-1959, 1963-1965, 1967-1970, 1971/72, 1974

53

3-21

 

Manuals

 

 

 

 

Club Handbook

 

 

 

 

 

1982/83

53

22

 

 

 

1983-1985

54

1-2

 

 

Club President’s Manual, 1951, 1957-1960, 1962, 1964-1974/75, 1987, 1993/94

54

3-6

 

 

Club Secretary’s Manual, 1958-1961, 1963-1965, 1967-1974/75

54

7-8

 

 

District Governors and Secretaries Reference Guide (Resource Book)

 

 

 

 

 

1981/82-1987/88

54

9-22

 

 

 

1998/99, 2001/02

55

1-4

 

 

District Governors and Secretaries Working Manual, 1984/85

55

5

 

 

Kiwanis Club Manual, ca. 1970s

55

6

 

 

Leadership Guide for Kiwanis Lieutenant Governors, Club President and Club Secretaries, ca. 2000

55

7

 

 

Manual for Club Officers, 1926, 1930-1934, 1936, 1939-1940, 1942, 1944-1945, 1971/72, 1980/81, 1984/85-1985/86

55

8-10

 

 

Manual for District Officers

 

 

 

 

 

1940-1941, 1943-1947, 1949-1952, 1954-1955

55

11-23

 

 

 

1956-1963, 1966-1969, 1971/72-1972/73, 1974/75-1975/76, 1977/78, 1979/80-1980/81, 1982/83, 1986/87

56

1-21

 

Newsletters

 

 

 

 

Advance Program Suggestions, 1950-1952

56

22

 

 

District Bulletin, 1920-1921

56

23

 

 

Kiwanis Clubs are Featuring, 1959-1970/71, 1972/73-1977/78, 1981/82-1983/84

56

24

 

 

The Kiwanis Kourier, 1946

85

1

 

 

Kiwanis Leader

 

 

 

 

 

Monthly Club Bulletins

 

 

 

 

 

 

1923-1926, 1929-1934, 1936, 1940-1944

56

25-27

 

 

 

 

1945-1952

57

1-2

 

 

 

Bulletin for Kiwanis Officers (BKO), 1953-1965, 1968-1994/95

57

3-14

 

 

 

Kiwanis Leader, 1996-2004, 2005/06-2007

57

15-16

 

 

Kiwanis/SIGN, June 2004

57

17

 

 

Monthly Bulletin for District Officers, 1940-1943, 1949-1954, 1958, 1961-1965 (missing: 1942 – May-December (nos. 3-10?); 1943 – no. 1)

57

18-19

 

 

Monthly Suggestions to Kiwanis Clubs

 

 

 

 

 

1928-1932

57

20-21

 

 

 

1933-1940

58

1-2

 

 

News from Kiwanis, n.d.

58

3

 

 

Superstars Newsletter, 1981-1983, 1987

58

4

 

 

Weekly Club Bulletins, 1946-1951, 2000

58

5-7

 

Newspapers

 

 

 

 

Carnaval Miami, Special Advertising Section of the Miami Herald, Feb 28, 1989 (oversized)

101

13

History Records, 1914-2005

 

 

 

Historical Figures

 

 

 

 

Brown, Allen, 1917-1919, 1934

58

8

 

 

Carr, Harry, 1943-1952

58

9

 

 

General Information, 1932-1965, 1997, 2003

58

10

 

 

Hammerschmidt, Judge, 1951

58

11

 

 

Hixson, George, 1916-1958

58

12

 

 

Lloyd, Walter, 1918-1958

58

13

 

 

Miller, Albert, 1921

58

14

 

 

Wentworth, Dan, 1950-1951

58

15

 

 

Young, Harry, 1952-1972

58

16

 

 

Young, Harry and Don Johnston, ca. 1951

58

17

 

Historians for Kiwanis

 

 

 

 

Bracke, Bill, 1965

58

18

 

 

Cummings, O. Samuel

 

 

 

 

 

Committee on History Report, 1954

58

19

 

 

 

Histories and Correspondence, 1923-1952

58

20

 

 

 

Ingram (Walter) Correspondence, 1947-1955

58

21-23

 

 

 

Manuscript (original), 1952

58

24-25

 

 

 

Peterson (O.E.) Correspondence, 1950-1965

59

1

 

 

Moss, John

 

 

 

 

 

Detroit Number One Notes, 1939

59

2

 

 

 

Research on Club Completion Dates, 1934

59

3-4

 

 

 

Research and Reports, 1919-1941

59

5-6

 

Subject Files

 

 

 

 

Administrative Year, 1945

59

7

 

 

All Kiwanis Night History, n.d.

59

8

 

 

The Beginning of the First Kiwanis Club (Joseph Prance), n.d.

59

9

 

 

Benevolent Order of Brothers Applications, 1914-1915

59

10

 

 

Canadian Flag, 1938

59

11

 

 

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1940-1941

59

12

 

 

History of Clubs Completed: 1914-1919, 1919

59

13

 

 

International Extension, 1961, 1966

59

14

 

 

Kiwanis Club Applications, 1915-1916

59

15

 

 

Kiwanis in the Beginning, ca. 1956

59

16

 

 

Kiwanis – The Name, 1917-1945

59

17

 

 

A Picture of An Idea: The Birth of Our Constitutional Objects, 1944, 1949

59

18

 

 

Purpose and Meaning of the Six Objects of Kiwanis International, 1970

59

19

 

 

Service Club Criticisms, 1926-1929

59

20

 

Written Histories

 

 

 

 

 Club Histories

 

 

 

 

 

Algona, Iowa, 1935, 1944, 1954, 1974

59

21

 

 

 

Anaheim, California, 1967

59

22-23

 

 

 

Astoria, Oregon Newsletter, 1928

59

24

 

 

 

Barrie, Ontario, Canada, 1972

59

25

 

 

 

Belleville, Ontario, Canada, 1944

59

26

 

 

 

Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1968

59

27

 

 

 

Cleveland, Ohio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chartering, 1918, 1939-1940

59

28

 

 

 

 

History, 1947

59

29

 

 

 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio, 1963

59

30

 

 

 

Columbus, Ohio, 1919, ca. 1952

59

31

 

 

 

Dallas, Texas, 1922,    1927, 1960

59

32

 

 

 

Dearborn, Michigan, 1948

59

33

 

 

 

Des Moines, Iowa, 1970

59

34

 

 

 

Detroit, Michigan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Documents, 1915-1953

59

35

 

 

 

 

Kiwanis International Annual Anniversary, 1931-1932, 1935, 1940, 1983

59

36

 

 

 

Druid Hills, Georgia, 1988

59

37

 

 

 

Duluth, Minnesota Program, 1924

59

38

 

 

 

Elyria, Ohio, 1929, 1959

59

39

 

 

 

Englewood, Illinois, 1945

59

40

 

 

 

Evanston, Illinois, 1970

59

41

 

 

 

Forest City, North Carolina, 1974

59

42

 

 

 

Fredericksburg, Virginia, 1973

59

43

 

 

 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1947

59

44

 

 

 

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, ca. 1953

59

45

 

 

 

Indianapolis, Indiana, 1996

59

46

 

 

 

Jackson, Mississippi, 1960

59

47

 

 

 

Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1942

59

48

 

 

 

Kerrville, Texas, 1978

59

49

 

 

 

Kewanee, Illinois, 1947

59

50

 

 

 

LaGrange, Illinois, 1940, 1966

60

1

 

 

 

Lincoln, Nebraska, 1994

60

2

 

 

 

Lindenwald, Ohio, ca. 1974

60

3

 

 

 

London, Ontario, Canada, 1965

60

4

 

 

 

Louisville, Kentucky, 1917, ca. 1949

60

5

 

 

 

Memphis, Tennessee, 1968

60

6

 

 

 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1955

60

7

 

 

 

Nagoya, Japan, ca. 1986

60

8

 

 

 

New Haven, Connecticut, ca. 1946

60

9

 

 

 

New Orleans, Louisiana, 2004

60

10

 

 

 

New York, New York Newsletter, 1919

60

11

 

 

 

Niagara Falls, New York, 1955

60

12

 

 

 

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, 1943, 1949

60

13

 

 

 

Northwest Detroit, Michigan, ca. 1941

60

14

 

 

 

Orlando, Florida ,1971

60

15

 

 

 

Oxford, North Carolina, 1936

60

16

 

 

 

Peoria, Illinois, 2004

60

17

 

 

 

Phoenix, Arizona, 1940

60

18

 

 

 

Pitman, New Jersey, 1934

60

19

 

 

 

Richmond Hill, Kew-Forest, New York, 1977

60

20

 

 

 

Roseland, Illinois, 1949

60

21

 

 

 

St. George, Quebec, Canada, 1964

60

22

 

 

 

St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, 1985

60

23

 

 

 

St. Laurent, Quebec, Canada, 1966

60

24

 

 

 

Salina, Kansas, 1973

60

25

 

 

 

Salt Lake City, Utah, 1926

60

26

 

 

 

San Antonio, Texas, 1944

60

27

 

 

 

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1948

60

28

 

 

 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, 1976

60

29

 

 

 

Schenectady, New York, 1964

60

30

 

 

 

Searcy, Arkansas Bulletin, 1949

60

31

 

 

 

Shenandoah, Iowa, 1973

60

32

 

 

 

South DeKalb, Georgia Plans, 1952

60

33

 

 

 

Spokane, Washington, 1945

60

34

 

 

 

Springfield, Massachusetts, 1939, 1947, 1965

60

35

 

 

 

Tempe, Arizona, 1977

60

36

 

 

 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1934, 1942

60

37

 

 

 

Trapani, Sicily, Italy, 2005

61

1

 

 

 

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1969

61

2

 

 

 

Waltham, Massachusetts, 1974

61

3

 

 

 

Washington, DC

 

 

 

 

 

 

History, 1927

61

4

 

 

 

 

KI-Grams, 1922-1924, 1926

61

5

 

 

 

Washington, Indiana, 1980

61

6

 

 

 

Waukesha, Wisconsin, 1972

61

7

 

 

 

Windsor, Ontario, Canada, ca. 1980

61

8

 

 

 

Woonsocket, Rhode Island, ca. 1959

61

9

 

 

 

Youngstown, Ohio, 1935

61

10

 

 

District Histories

 

 

 

 

 

Alaska-Yukon, 1944-1962

61

11

 

 

 

Australia, 1989

61

12

 

 

 

Belgium, 1963, 1983

61

13

 

 

 

California-Nevada, 1927

61

14

 

 

 

Capital, volumes 1-7, 1917-1955

61

15-18

 

 

 

Colorado-Wyoming Newsletter, 1928

61

19

 

 

 

Indiana

 

 

 

 

 

 

1928 (oversized)

99

7

 

 

 

 

1990

61

20

 

 

 

Iowa, 1960

61

21

 

 

 

Kansas, 1959, 2001

61

22-23

 

 

 

Michigan, 1956, 1964, 1974, 1990

61

24-26

 

 

 

Middle Provinces Program, 1921

61

27

 

 

 

Minnesota-Dakotas, 1927, 1996

61

28

 

 

 

Missouri-Arkansas

 

 

 

 

 

 

History, 1995

61

29

 

 

 

 

Newsletter, 1951, 1953

61

30

 

 

 

Missouri-Kansas-Arkansas, 1939

61

31

 

 

 

Nebraska-Iowa, 1970

61

32

 

 

 

New England

 

 

 

 

 

 

1949, 1957

61

33

 

 

 

 

1966

62

1

 

 

 

New Jersey, 1926, 1956

62

2-3

 

 

 

New York

 

 

 

 

 

 

History, 1965, 1967

62

4

 

 

 

 

Publications, 1921, 1926, 1934, 1939

62

5

 

 

 

Ohio, 1925, 1928

62

6

 

 

 

Ontario-Quebec-Maritime, 1944, 1969

62

7

 

 

 

Pennsylvania Bylaws, 1935

62

8

 

 

 

Southwest, 1923, 1951, 1956

62

9

 

 

 

West Virginia, 1941

62

10

 

 

 

Wisconsin-Upper Michigan, 1991

62

11

 

 

Kiwanis Histories

 

 

 

 

 

Annals of History: 1915-1969, 1973

62

12-13

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1930s

83

14

 

 

 

Dimensions of Service: The Kiwanis Story, 1989

62

14

 

 

 

History of Kiwanis, 1915-1946

62

15

 

 

 

History of Kiwanis: 1915-1952 (O. Samuel Cummings), ca. 1952

62

16

 

 

 

History of Kiwanis International, 1929

62

17-18

 

 

 

Kiwanis Historical Information, 1969

84

3

 

 

 

Kiwanis in Brief, ca. 1942

62

19

 

 

 

Kiwanis at Fifty, 1965

62

20

 

 

 

Kiwanis – Its Early History (W.J. Brueckman), 1922

62

21

 

 

 

The Kiwanis Legacy: Building Communities 1915-1959, 2004

62

22

 

 

 

The Men Who Wear the K: The Story of Kiwanis, 1981

62

23

 

 

 

Partial History of the Founding of the Kiwanis Organization, ca. 1928

62

24

 

 

 

The Widening Path: An Interpretive Record of Kiwanis, 1953, 1957, 1972

62

25-26

Program Records, 1923-2015

 

 

 

5000th Kiwanis Club, 1962

63

1

 

250,000th Kiwanian, 1956

63

2

 

Awards

 

 

 

 

Awards Received, 1949-1982

63

3

 

 

Distinguished Governor Awards, 1977-1978

63

4

 

 

Kaydee Award (Kiwanis Decency), 1966-1982

63

5

 

 

Proclamations, 100th Anniversary, 2015 (oversized)

 

 

 

 

 

Anaheim, California

198

4

 

 

 

Florida

198

5

 

 

 

Ormond Beach, Florida

198

6

 

 

 

Georgia

198

8

 

 

 

Michigan

198

2

 

 

 

New Jersey

198

1

 

 

 

Salvation Army

198

7

 

 

Public Relations News, 1975-1976

63

6

 

 

Robert P. Connelly Medal for Heroism, 1967-2004

63

7

 

 

Silver Anvil Award, 1966

63

8

 

 

Silver Bell Award, 1976-1978

63

9

 

 

Winning Achievement Reports, 1943-1947

63

10

 

 

Youth Career Awards, 1972-1975

63

11

 

Ballot Battalion

 

 

 

 

Canada, 1952-1953

63

12

 

 

Program Materials, 1952, 1954, 1956, 1960

63

13

 

 

Scrapbook, 1952

63

14

 

Brochures, 1932-2003

63

15

 

Cheyenne Frontier Days, 1972, 1991, 2004

63

16

 

Citizenship Quotient

 

 

 

 

1960

63

17

 

 

1960 (oversized)

101

4

 

Club Committee Programs

 

 

 

 

Bibliography of Club Committee Materials, 1961

63

18

 

 

Committee Program Bulletin, ca. 1980

63

19

 

 

Committees

 

 

 

 

 

Achievement, 1935-1958, 1960

63

20

 

 

 

Agriculture and Conservation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1924-1925

63

21

 

 

 

 

Logbooks, 1966-1968

63

22-24

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1958, 1960

63

25

 

 

 

 

Urban-Rural Relations, 1928

63

26

 

 

 

Attendance

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manual of Suggestions, 1942

63

27

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1948

63

28

 

 

 

Attendance and Membership, 1949-1962, 1964-1969

63

29

 

 

 

Boys and Girls Work

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Handles” to Boys and Girls Work, 1939

63

30

 

 

 

 

Logbooks, 1966-1967

63

31-32

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1956, 1958, 1960

63

33

 

 

 

 

Suggestions to Club Committees, 1933, 1939

63

34

 

 

 

Business Standards, 1935-1948

63

35

 

 

 

Circle K, 1953-1956, 1958, 1960

63

36

 

 

 

Citizenship/Wartime Citizenship

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logbooks, 1944/45

63

37

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1941-1945

63

38

 

 

 

 

Publications, 1948, 1957

63

39

 

 

 

Classification and Membership

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manual of Suggestions, 1942

63

40

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1948

63

41

 

 

 

Club Programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1944-1948

63

42

 

 

 

 

Suggestions for Committees on Club Programs, 1943

63

43

 

 

 

Directive Education for New Leisure, 1935-1936

63

44

 

 

 

Economy and Efficiency in Local Government, 1935-1936

63

45

 

 

 

Economy and Efficiency in Public Schools, 1935-1936

63

46

 

 

 

Education and Fellowship

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1958, 1960

64

1

 

 

 

 

Publications, 1922-1924, 1946

64

2

 

 

 

 

Suggestions for Club Committees on Kiwanis Education, 1927, 1941

64

3

 

 

 

Finance, 1956-1958, 1960

64

4

 

 

 

House

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aids for Effective Committee Functioning, 1949

64

5

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1956-1958, 1960

64

6

 

 

 

Inter-Club Relations

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brochures, 1925, 1941, 1944

64

7

 

 

 

 

Manual of Suggestions, 1942

64

8

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1958, 1960

64

9

 

 

 

International Relations, 1966-1968

64

10-12

 

 

 

Key Club, 1945-1956

64

13

 

 

 

Laws and Regulations, 1935-1936, 1956-1958, 1960

64

14

 

 

 

Music

64

 

 

 

 

 

Manual of Suggestions, 1942

64

15

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1948

64

16

 

 

 

 

Sheet Music, n.d.

64

17

 

 

 

 

Songs of Kiwanis Permissions, 1921-1928

64

18

 

 

 

 

Suggestions for Club Committees on Music, ca. 1930s

64

19

 

 

 

New Club Building, 1941, 1945-1958, 1960

64

20

 

 

 

Postwar Services, 1946

64

21

 

 

 

Programs and Music

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1949-1958, 1960

64

22

 

 

 

 

Program Suggestions, 1941, 1943-1952

64

23

 

 

 

 

Suggestions for Committees on Programs and Music, 1952-1953, 1957

64

24

 

 

 

Public and Business Affairs - Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logbooks, 1967-1968

64

25-26

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1956

64

27

 

 

 

Public Affairs for the United States, 1935-1948

64

28

 

 

 

Public and Business Affairs - United States

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logbooks, 1966-1967

64

29-30

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1949-1958, 1960

64

31

 

 

 

 

Publications, 1921-1958

64

32

 

 

 

Public Relations

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1958

64

33

 

 

 

 

Suggestions to Committees on Public Relations, 1944

64

34

 

 

 

Reception, 1956-1958

64

35

 

 

 

Support of Churches and Their Spiritual Aims

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logbooks, 1966-1967

64

36-37

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1936-1958, 1960

64

38

 

 

 

 

Publications, 1924, 1956

64

39

 

 

 

Underprivileged Child

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1956, 1958

64

40

 

 

 

 

A Program of Personal Service for the Underprivileged Child, 1924, 1928

64

41

 

 

 

Vocational Guidance

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bulletins, 1932-1933

64

42

 

 

 

 

Guide to Successful Vocational Counseling, 1936, 1946, 1959

64

43

 

 

 

 

Logbooks, 1967

64

44

 

 

 

 

Monographs, 1935-1948, 1952-1956, 1958, 1960

64

45

 

 

 

 

Publications, 1931

64

46

 

 

 

 

Suggestions to Committees on Vocational Guidance, 1929, 1941, 1944

64

47

 

 

 

 

Supplementary Vocational Guidance Suggestions, ca. 1932

64

48

 

 

Club Committee Suggestions, 1929-1930, 1941-1944, 1947

64

49-50

 

 

Composite for Lieutenant Governor, 1959-1960

65

1

 

 

Forms, 1929

65

2

 

 

News Releases, 1929

65

3

 

 

Official Committee Programs, 1950-1951, 1953-1962, 1965, 1967, 1969-1970/71, 1972/73, 1978/79

65

4-9

 

 

Reports, 1929

65

10

 

 

Resolutions, 1929

65

11

 

Code of Sportsmanship, 1930

65

12

 

Congressional Dinners

 

 

 

 

Diplomatic Reception, 1982

65

13

 

 

Magazine Coverage, 1949-1961

65

14

 

 

Programs, 1949, 1951, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1961

65

15

 

Family Reunion Day, 1968, 1970-1975, 1980

65

16-17

 

Farm-City Week

 

 

 

 

Newsletters, 1954-1964, 1966, 1978

65

18-20

 

 

Newspapers, 1967 (oversized)

100

6

 

 

Program Materials, 1955, 1977

65

21

 

 

Scrapbook

 

 

 

 

 

1955-1956 (oversized)

103

1-9

 

 

 

1957 (oversized)

104

1-6

 

 

 

1958 (oversized)

105

1-5

 

 

 

1967-1968

65

22-23

 

 

 

Photographs

131

17

 

 

 

Photograph (oversized) 1957

198

3

 

Film Information

 

 

 

 

“Fred Jones, Kiwanian,” 1947

65

24

 

 

“A Look at Canada,” ca. 1960

65

25

 

 

“The Man Who Wears the K,” 1973-1979

65

26

 

 

“No Man Stands Alone,” 1964

65

27

 

Freedom of Enterprise, 1971, 1975, 1983, 1986

65

28-30

 

Freedom Leadership, 1957, 1965

65

31

 

Golden Anniversary of Broadcasting, 1970

65

32

 

Hugh O’Brian Youth Seminar Project, 1976

65

33

 

It’s Fun to Live in America

 

 

 

 

Book, 1949

65

34

 

 

Brochures, 1948-1949

65

35-36

 

 

Mailings, 1947-1948

66

1

 

 

Radio Series, 1950-1951

66

2

 

 

Youth Panel Forum, 1953

66

3

 

It’s Great to Be a Canadian, 1949

66

4

 

Keep America American

 

 

 

 

1943-1944

66

5

 

 

1943-1944 (oversized)

101

4

 

Kiwanis Anniversaries

 

 

 

 

10th, 15th, 25th, 35th Anniversaries, 1925-1950

66

6

 

 

40th Anniversary, 1955

66

7

 

 

Times Chronicle Newspaper, 1955 (oversized)

101

13

 

 

50th Anniversary

 

 

 

 

 

Clubs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Newspapers, 1971-1973, 1975-1976, 1979 (oversized)

100

7-8

 

 

 

 

Programs, 1966-1979

66

8-11

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1955-1965

66

12

 

 

 

News Clippings

 

 

 

 

 

 

1971-1972, 1975

66

13

 

 

 

Newsletters, 1964-1965

66

14

 

 

 

Public Relations Kit, 1965

66

15

 

 

 

Publications, 1965

66

16

 

 

 

Special Committee, 1959-1965

66

17-18

 

 

75th Anniversary

 

 

 

 

 

1987-1990

66

19

 

 

 

1990 (oversized)

101

4

 

 

Canada

 

 

 

 

 

50th Anniversary of Kiwanis in Canada, 1966

66

20

 

 

 

60th Anniversary of Kiwanis in Canada, 1976

66

21

 

Kiwanis Benefit Baseball Outing, 1977-1982

66

22

 

 

Living in the Air Age, 1957

66

23

 

 

Magazine Week, 1971

66

24

 

Kiwanis Champions for Children, 2004, 2006

66

25

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes Information, ca. 1970s

66

26

 

Major Emphasis Program (MEP)

 

 

 

 

1968/69, Operation Law and Order

66

27

 

 

1969/70-1971/72, Operation Drug Alert

 

 

 

 

 

Award Entry, Books I- II, 1969-1971

66

28-29

 

 

 

Program Materials, 1969/70-1971/72

66

30-32

 

 

1972/73, Share Your Life

66

33

 

 

1973/74, Give of Yourself

66

34

 

 

1974/75-1975/76, The Younger Years; The Greater Years

66

35-36

 

 

1976/77-1977/78, Safeguard Against Crime

66

37-38

 

 

1978/79, Rightstart: The Formative Years

66

39

 

 

1979/80, Rightstart: Hand in Hand with Youth

66

40

 

 

1980/81, Take Time to Care

66

41

 

 

1981/82, Share Good Health

66

42

 

 

1982/83, Make Every Child Special

67

1

 

 

1983/84, Enrich the World of the Handicapped

67

2

 

 

1984/85, Uplift Underprivileged Children

67

3

 

 

1985/86, Walk with a Child

67

4

 

 

1986/87, Make Miracles Happen

67

5

 

 

1987/88, Our Quest: Their Best

67

6

 

 

1988/89, Achieve by Believing

67

7

 

 

1989/90, Encourage Excellence

67

8

 

 

1990/91-1991/92, Young Children: Priority One

67

9-10

 

Minuteman, 1953-1954

67

11

 

Music, 1920s-1960s (oversized)

98

4

 

National Kid’s Day

 

 

 

 

Board Meeting, 1953-1954

67

12

 

 

Club and District Correspondence, 1953-1954

67

13

 

 

Foundation, 1952-1954

67

14

 

 

Kiwanis Board Correspondence, 1953-1954

67

15

 

 

Program Materials, 1949-1970

67

16

 

National Newspaper Week, 1971-1976, 1978

67

17

 

National Radio Month, 1970, 1973-1975

67

18

 

One Special Hour for Manpower, 1983-1984

67

19

 

Parliamentary Dinners, 1952, 1954, 1956, 1959 (oversized)

99

6

 

Patriot’s Path at Freedoms Foundation, 1968

67

20

 

Peace Markers

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1927-1973

67

21-22

 

 

Harding Memorial

 

 

 

 

 

35th Anniversary, 1960

67

23

 

 

 

Board Discussions, 1923

67

24

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1923-1950

67

25-26

 

 

 

Newspapers, 1925, 1931 (oversized)

100

4-5

 

 

 

Publicity, 1923-1937

67

27

 

 

 

Scrapbook, 1924 (oversized)

106

1 of 2

 

 

 

Scrapbook, 1924-1925

67

28

 

 

U.S. - Mexico, 1964-1972

67

29

 

President’s Project Guidebook, 1975/76

67

30

 

Public Forums, 1964

67

31

 

Radio Broadcasts

 

 

 

 

Broadcasts, 1938-1950

67

32

 

 

Inquiry

 

 

 

 

 

1961 (oversized)

98

5

 

 

Panorama Radio Series, 1973-1975

67

33

 

 

Spirit of Service Radio Show, 1981

67

34

 

Radio-TV Appreciation Meeting, 1954

67

35

 

Re-entry Program for Returning Veterans with Drug Problems, 1971-1972

67

36

 

Rotary’s 75th Anniversary

 

 

 

 

1980

67

37

 

 

1980 (oversized)

98

5

 

Save-a-Life, 1975-1976

67

38

 

Scouting’s 75th Anniversary, 1980-1983

67

39

 

Shaken Baby Campaign, 1994

67

40

 

Slide Scripts, 1964-1993

 

 

 

 

Achieve by Believing, Major Emphasis Program, 1988-1989 (set)

68

1

 

 

Builders Club—Building for a Better Tomorrow, n.d.

68

2

 

 

Community Analysis, June 5, 1980 (set)

68

3

 

 

Enrich the World of the Handicapped, 1983-1984 (set)

68

4

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1964 (Los Angeles, CA)

68

5

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1965, Golden Anniversary (New York City, NY)

68

6

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1966 (Portland, OR)

68

7

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1967 (Houston, TX)

68

8

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1968 (Toronto, Ontario)

68

9

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1969 (Miami Beach, FL)

68

75

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1971 (San Francisco, CA)

68

10

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1972 (Atlantic City, NJ)

68

11

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1973 (Montreal, Quebec)

68

12

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1975 (Atlanta, GA)

68

13

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1976 (San Diego, CA)

68

14

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1977 (Dallas, TX)

68

15

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1978 (Miami Beach, FL)

68

16

 

 

A Filmstrip Report, Convention, 1979 (Toronto, Ontario)

68

17

 

 

Happiness is a Comfortable Bed, n.d. (set)

68

18

 

 

Kiwanis International Activity Highlights, ca. 1925 (lantern slides)

68

19

 

 

Kiwanis International Goals, 1989-1990 (set)

68

20

 

 

Kiwanis International Goals, 1991-1992 (set)

68

21

 

 

Make Every Child Special, 1982-1983

68

22

 

 

Make Miracles Happen, 1986-1987 (set)

68

23

 

 

The Man Who Wears the K, Version A, ca. 1985 (set)

68

24

 

 

The Man Who Wears the K, n.d. (set)

68

25

 

 

New Club Building and Development, Version A, 1987-1988 (set)

68

26

 

 

New Club Building and Development, Version B, n.d. (set)

68

27

 

 

Operation Drug Alert, n.d. (set)

68

28

 

 

The Presentation of the Theme and Patterns for Action, 1964

68

29

 

 

The Responsibilities of the President-Designate, 1980 (set)

68

30

 

 

The Responsibilities of the President-Designate, 1981-1982 (set)

68

31

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program, 1981-1982 (set)

68

32

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program, 1985-1986 (set)

68

33

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program, 1987-1988 (set)

68

34

 

 

Theme, Objectives, and Major Emphasis Program, 1975-1976 (set)

68

35

 

 

Uplift Underprivileged Children, Major Emphasis Program, 1984-1985 (set)

68

36

 

 

What About Tomorrow?, n.d.

68

37

 

 

Young Children: Priority One, 1990-1993 (set)

68

38

 

Teacher Recruitment Program, 1957

68

39

 

Tournament of Roses Parade, 2000

68

40

 

Traffic Safety Campaign, 1957

68

41

 

Theme Logos, 1969-1995

68

42

 

United States Bicentennial, 1976

68

43

 

United States - Canada Goodwill Week, 1927, 1947, 1957-1958, 1972

68

44

 

United States - Mexico Friendship Week, 1972

68

45

 

Visions of Hope, 2005

68

46

 

Willie Survive Safety Program, n.d.

68

47

 

Work and Pray for Permanent Peace, 1957

68

48

 

World War II

 

 

 

 

Brochures, 1942-1951

68

49

 

 

Contact for Military Service Members, 1943-1945

68

50

 

 

Military Service Membership, 1939-1948

68

51

 

 

Salvage Program, 1941-1943

68

52

 

 

War Programs, 1923, 1941-1943

68

53-54

 

Worldwide Prayer Week, 1980

68

55

 

Worldwide Service Project

 

 

 

 

Club Program Kit, 1997-1998

68

56

 

 

ID Digest (Iodine Deficiency), 1994-1995

68

57

 

 

Iodine…The Kiwanis Solution, 1996

85

2

 

 

Network for Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency, 2003

68

58

 

 

Program Information, 2003-2005

68

59

 

 

Reference Guide, 1994

68

60

 

 

Salt Iodization Programmes: Strengthening Monitoring for Success, 1999

68

61

 

 

Update, 1998

68

62

 

 

Young Children: Priority One, 1994-1995, 2000/01

68

63-64

 

You and the Law, 1963

68

65

Sponsored Programs Records, 1925-2007

 

 

 

Aktion Club Handbook and Brochures, 2003-2005

68

66

 

Builders Club Records

 

 

 

 

Builders Bloc Magazine, 2004-2007 (missing: vol. 3, no. 3; vol. 4, no. 1 ) (oversized)

98

2

 

 

Handbook and Brochures, 1999-2000, 2003-2005

68

67

 

 

Newsletter, 1980, 1983, 1989-1997, 1998-2001

68

68-69

 

Circle K International Records, 1940s-2006

 

 

 

 

Alumni Association, 1984-1989 magazine

68

70

 

 

Annual Convention, 1956, 1982, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1996-2000, 2002-2005

68

71-74

 

 

Annual Convention, Printed CD Scrapbook, 2006 (oversized)

110

1

 

 

Board of Trustees

 

 

 

 

 

Board Minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Board of Officers, 1960, 1978-1986

69

1-23

 

 

 

 

Board of Trustees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1987

69

24-26

 

 

 

 

 

1988-1999

70

1-21

 

 

 

 

Index to Board Minutes, 1978-1985

70

22

 

 

 

Constitution and Bylaws, 1992, 2001, 2003

70

23

 

 

 

Committees

 

 

 

 

 

 

Executive Sessions, 1983, 1985-1989, 1992, 1998, 2003

70

24

 

 

 

 

International Committee on Sponsored Programs, 2002

71

1

 

 

 

 

Laws and Regulations Committee, 1955/56-1957/58, 1961/62, 1964/65-1966/67, 1973/74-1974/75

71

2

 

 

 

 

Long-Range Study Committee, ca. 1983

71

3

 

 

 

 

Nominations Meeting, 2004-2005

71

4

 

 

 

House of Delegates, 1980, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1993-1996, 1998

71

5

 

 

 

International Council Minutes, 1980, 1982, 1986-1996, 1998, 2005

71

6

 

 

 

Past Presidents

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adams, Michael (1969-1970), 1969-1970

71

7

 

 

 

 

Andrews, Thomas (1980-1981), 1980

71

8

 

 

 

 

Andrus, Peter (1968-1969), 1968

71

9

 

 

 

 

Blalock, John Hoyt (1960-1961), 1960

71

10

 

 

 

 

de Boisblanc, John (1963-1964), 1963

71

11

 

 

 

 

Burke, Kenneth (1981-1982), 1981-1982

71

12

 

 

 

 

Eadinger, John (1965-1966), 1965

71

13

 

 

 

 

Ewbank, Thomas (1964-1965), 1964

71

14

 

 

 

 

Faulkner, Gregory (1975-1976), 1975

71

15

 

 

 

 

Fernandez, Segundo (1972-1973), 1972

71

16

 

 

 

 

Frantz, Paul (1978-1979), 1978

71

17

 

 

 

 

Giuliano, Neil (1977-1978), 1977

71

18

 

 

 

 

Hardesty, Lloyd (1970-1971), 1970

71

19

 

 

 

 

Hendrick, Howard (1976-1977), 1976

71

20

 

 

 

 

Kalish, Ralph, Jr. (1971-1972), 1971

71

21

 

 

 

 

Kelly, David (1982-1983), 1982

71

22

 

 

 

 

Keyko, David (1967-1968), 1967

71

23

 

 

 

 

Latimer, George (1973-1974), 1973

71

24

 

 

 

 

Mathews, James (1962-1963), 1962-1963

71

25

 

 

 

 

Maxwell, Robert (1959-1960), 1959

71

26

 

 

 

 

Melton, John W., III (1961-1962), 1961

71

27

 

 

 

 

Miller, Craig (1974-1975), 1974

71

28

 

 

 

 

Musso, Mark (1979-1980), 1979

71

29

 

 

 

 

Smith, James (1966-1967), 1966

71

30

 

 

 

 

Troyer, James (1983-1984), 1983

71

31

 

 

 

Training Book, 1998/99-2000/01, 2002/03-2005/06

71

32-40

 

 

Club Petitions for Charter, 1962, 1964-1965, 1976, 1979, 1985

71

41

 

 

Conferences

 

 

 

 

 

Certified Instructors Training, 2004-2005

71

42-43

 

 

 

Club Officers Training - Training Materials, 1999

71

44

 

 

 

Governor and Administrator Training Conference (GATC)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2000-2003

71

45-48

 

 

 

 

2004-2006

72

1-5

 

 

 

International Experiential Leadership Institute, 2000

72

6

 

 

 

Leaderscape, 2002-2004

72

7-9

 

 

 

Leadership Training Conference, 1984, 1986-1987

72

10-11

 

 

 

Regional Training Conference I, 1986

72

12

 

 

Correspondence, 1957-1963, 1990-2003

72

13

 

 

Financial Statement, 2004

72

14

 

 

Operational Plan Powerpoint, 2000-2001

72

15

 

 

Programs

 

 

 

 

 

Back to School Kit, 2001, 2003-2004

72

16-17

 

 

 

Club Building Program, ca. 1980s

72

18

 

 

 

Club Committee Programs, 1953-1956

72

19

 

 

 

Club Officer Kit, 2003-2004

72

20

 

 

 

Millennium Plan 2001-2006, 2001

72

21

 

 

 

New Member Orientation Program, 2002

72

22

 

 

 

Posters, 2001, 2003-2004 (oversized)

101

4

 

 

 

Service Initiative Kit, 2000s

72

23

 

 

Publications

 

 

 

 

 

Advisors Handbook, 1985, 1996-1998

72

24

 

 

 

Brochures, 2000s

72

25

 

 

 

Carolina District Club Manual, ca. 1995

72

26

 

 

 

The Circle K Club Booklet, 1940s-1950s

72

27

 

 

 

Club Finance Manual, n.d.

72

28

 

 

 

Club Officer Guide, 1986-1987, 2000s

72

29

 

 

 

Club President and Vice President’s Workbook, 1980s, 1996-1998

72

30

 

 

 

Club Secretary’s Workbook, 1996-1998

72

31

 

 

 

Club Treasurer’s Workbook, 1996-1998

72

32

 

 

 

District Convention Planning Manual, 1980

72

33

 

 

 

District Officer Manuals, 1980s

72

34

 

 

 

Guide to Effective Service, ca. 1980s

72

35

 

 

 

Guide to Public Relations, ca. 1980s, 2000s

72

36

 

 

 

Handbook on Conducting a Membership Development Program, 1984

72

37

 

 

 

K-Family Relations Manual, ca. 1980s

72

38

 

 

 

Member Handbook, 2002-2003, ca. 2005

72

39

 

 

 

Membership Development Manual, n.d.

72

40

 

 

 

Membership Education and Recruitment Manuals, 1984-1987

72

41

 

 

 

Motivation - the Answer to SAB, n.d.

72

42

 

 

 

Texas-Oklahoma District Newsletter, Winter 1988

72

43

 

 

 

Training Manual on the Administration of Two-Year Colleges, n.d.

72

44

 

 

 

Training Manual on Weak and Inactive Clubs, ca. 1980s

72

45

 

K-Kids Club

 

 

 

 

K-Kids Zone Magazine, 2004-2007 (missing: vol. 3, no. 3; vol. 4, no. 1 ) (oversized)

98

3

 

 

Handbook and Brochures, 2003-2005

72

46

 

Key Club Records, 1924-2007

 

 

 

 

Annual Convention,

 

 

 

 

 

1944, 1946-1950

72

47-52

 

 

 

1951-1999, 2002, 2004-2005

73

1-12

 

 

Annual Convention, Printed CD Scrapbook, 2005 (oversized)

110

2

 

 

Board of Trustees

 

 

 

 

 

Board Minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

1949-1950, 1956-1979

73

13-37

 

 

 

 

1980

74

1-4

 

 

 

Constitution and Bylaws, 1943, 1948, 1950, 1955, 1957-1958, 1963, 1966-1968, 1971-1977, 1979-1983, 1989-1991

74

5-7

 

 

 

International Committee on Key Clubs, 1966-1967

74

8

 

 

 

Past Board Members, 1977/78-1981/82, 1983/84, 1985/86-1987/88

74

9-17

 

 

 

Past Presidents

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anderson, Brad (1964-1965), 1964, 1966-1967

74

18

 

 

 

 

Anderson, Joseph (1982-1983), 1982

74

19

 

 

 

 

Anderson, Patrick (1993-1994), 1993-1994

74

20

 

 

 

 

Brown, Roger, Jr. (1973-1974), 1973-1974

74

21

 

 

 

 

Cohen, Kenneth (1963-1964), 1963, 1966-1967

74

22

 

 

 

 

Copple, Steven (1960-1961), 1960, 1966-1967

74

23

 

 

 

 

Cromwell, William (1957-1958), 1947, 1966-1967

74

24

 

 

 

 

Glassen, James (1972-1973), 1972

74

25

 

 

 

 

Hall, T. Hartley, IV (1946-1947), 1966-1967

74

26

 

 

 

 

Howard, Jason (1992-1993), 1993

74

27

 

 

 

 

James, Reid (1969-1970), 1969

74

28

 

 

 

 

Kaplan, Phillip (1968-1969), 1968-1969

74

29

 

 

 

 

Kolzak, Stephen (1970-1971), 1970-1971

74

30

 

 

 

 

Lathrop, Gordon (1956-1957), 1957-1958, 1966-1967

74

31

 

 

 

 

Lewis, Malcolm (1943-1944), 1966-1967

74

32

 

 

 

 

Madenberg, Doug (1987-1988), 1987-1988

74

33

 

 

 

 

Magone, Jeffery (1980-1981), 1980-1981

74

34

 

 

 

 

Martich, Danny (1976-1977), 1976-1977

74

35

 

 

 

 

McDowell, Paul (1971-1972), 1971-1972

74

36

 

 

 

 

McMillen, Michele (1991-1992), 1991

74

37

 

 

 

 

Meagher, Charles (1975-1976), 1975-1976

74

38

 

 

 

 

Miller, Kenneth (1949-1950), 1966-1967

74

39

 

 

 

 

Mills, Michael (1977-1978), 1977-1978

74

40

 

 

 

 

Moffat, James, (1947-1948), 1966-1967

74

41

 

 

 

 

Nelson, C. William (1959-1960), 1959, 1966-1967

74

42

 

 

 

 

Perrine, Matt (1983-1984), 1983-1984

74

43

 

 

 

 

Prince, Alan (1981-1982), 1981-1982

74

44

 

 

 

 

Randall, H. Pettus, III (1962-1963), 1962-1963, 1966-1967

74

45

 

 

 

 

Richardson, Eddie (1944-1945), 1966

74

46

 

 

 

 

Richey, Daniel (1965-1966), 1965-1966

74

47

 

 

 

 

Robertson, Mark (1988-1989), 1988-1989

74

48

 

 

 

 

Sadleir, C. David, (1958-1959), 1958-1959, 1961

74

49

 

 

 

 

Sharp, Wayne (1979-1980), 1979-1980

74

50

 

 

 

 

Smith, Tom (1986-1987), 1986-1987

74

51

 

 

 

 

Songer, William (1978-1979), 1978-1979

74

52

 

 

 

 

St. John, Fess, IV (1974-1975), 1974-1975

74

53

 

 

 

 

Stack, William (1953-1954), 1966-1967

74

54

 

 

 

 

Starnes, Thomas (1948-1949), 1966-1967

74

55

 

 

 

 

Stebbins, Edward (1955-1956), 1956, 1966-1967

74

56

 

 

 

 

Stillwell, John (1950-1951), 1951, 1966-1967

74

57

 

 

 

 

Stuckey, Lewis (1954-1955), 1966-1967

74

58

 

 

 

 

Turk, H. Andru (1961-1962), 1961, 1966-1967

74

59

 

 

 

 

Vestal, Ted (1951-1952), 1952, 1966-1967

74

60

 

 

 

 

Waters, Michael (1967-1968), 1967, 1973

74

61

 

 

 

 

Wise, Leo (1994-1995), 1994-1995

74

62

 

 

 

 

Wohlford, Larry (1966-1967), 1966-1967

74

63

 

 

 

 

Woods, Roger (1989-1990), 1989-1990

74

64

 

 

 

 

Youngs, Frederic, Jr. (1952-1953), 1952, 1966-1967

74

65

 

 

 

Training, 2002/03-2003/04

74

66-67

 

 

 

Tri-K Board Meeting, 1982-1983

74

68

 

 

 

Year-End Reports, 1958/59, 1961/62-1963/64, 1966/67-1979/80, 1981/82-1982/83, 1984/85-1986/87, 1988/89-1989/90

74

69-73

 

 

Bulletin Development, 1940s-1950s

74

74

 

 

Chung Ling High School Key Club Booklet, c. 2005

75

1

 

 

Club Petition for Organization Form, 1960

75

2

 

 

Conferences

 

 

 

 

 

District Chairman’s Training Conference, 1965-1966

75

3

 

 

 

District Leader Training Conference, 2005-2007

75

4-6

 

 

 

Governor and Administrator Training Conference (GATC), 2000-2006

75

7-13

 

 

 

KC Leadership Weekend, 1999-2000, 2002-2004

75

14-17

 

 

 

Key Leader Conference, 2005, 2007

75

18-19

 

 

 

Leader Facilitator Training Conference, 2005-2007

75

20-22

 

 

 

Leadership Conference, 2001-2006

75

23-28

 

 

 

Regional Leadership Training Camp, 1996

75

29

 

 

Districts

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Reports

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alabama, 1970/71, 1972/73

76

1

 

 

 

 

California-Nevada-Hawaii, 1970/71, 1972/73

76

2

 

 

 

 

Capital, 1970/71, 1972/73

76

3

 

 

 

 

Carolinas, 1970/71, 1972/73

76

4

 

 

 

 

Eastern Canada and Caribbean, 1972/73

76

5

 

 

 

 

Florida, 1970/71, 1972/73

76

6

 

 

 

 

Georgia, 1970/71, 1972/73

76

7

 

 

 

 

Illinois-Eastern Iowa, 1970/71, 1972/73

76

8

 

 

 

 

Indiana, 1970/71, 1972/73

76

9

 

 

 

 

Kansas, 1972/73

76

10

 

 

 

 

Kentucky-Tennessee, 1972/73

76

11

 

 

 

 

Louisiana-Mississippi-West Tennessee, 1972/73

76

12

 

 

 

 

Michigan, 1972/73

76

13

 

 

 

 

Minnesota-Dakotas, 1972/73

76

14

 

 

 

 

Missouri-Arkansas, 1972/73

76

15

 

 

 

 

Montana, 1972/73

76

16

 

 

 

 

Nebraska-Iowa, 1972/73

76

17

 

 

 

 

New England, 1972/73

76

18-19

 

 

 

 

New Jersey, 1972/73

76

20

 

 

 

 

New York, 1972/73

76

21

 

 

 

 

Ohio, 1972/73

76

22

 

 

 

 

Pacific Northwest, 1972/73

76

23

 

 

 

 

Pennsylvania, 1972/73

76

24

 

 

 

 

Rocky Mountain, 1972/73

76

25

 

 

 

 

Southwest, 1972/73

76

26

 

 

 

 

Texas-Oklahoma, 1972/73

76

27

 

 

 

 

Utah-Idaho, 1972/73

76

28

 

 

 

 

West Virginia, 1972/73

76

29

 

 

 

 

Western Canada, 1972/73

76

30

 

 

 

 

Wisconsin-Upper Michigan, 1972/73

76

31

 

 

 

Leadership, 1990-1991

76

32

 

 

 

Reports to Key Club International and District Officers, 1947-1962, 1964-1967, 1969

76

33-34

 

 

Early Bird dues award, 1984-2001

76

37

 

 

Female Membership

 

 

 

 

 

1967-1996

76

35-36

 

 

 

n.d. (oversized)

101

4

 

 

Financial Information, 1957-1963, 1965, 1977

77

1

 

 

Financial Statements, 1958, 1965-1976, 1978-1984

77

2-3

 

 

History

 

 

 

 

 

Creation of a Magazine, 1949-1951

77

4

 

 

 

Florida District: 1939-1964, 1982 (oversized)

99

5

 

 

 

Founders

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fox, Francis Morton, 1955

77

5

 

 

 

 

Vincent, Frank, 1928-2000

77

6

 

 

 

History, 1930s-2000

77

7

 

 

 

Sacramento, CA Key Club

 

 

 

 

 

 

History, 1933-2000

77

8

 

 

 

 

Minutes, 1925-1926

77

9

 

 

 

 

Publications, 1924-1933

77

10

 

 

 

 

Scrapbook, 1925-1936

77

11-13

 

 

 

 

Scrapbook, 1925-1936 (oversized)

108

2

 

 

 

 

Application for Charter Letter, Framed, April 2, 1943 (oversized)

108

1

 

 

 

 

Vincent (Frank) Correspondence, 1927-1950

77

14-19

 

 

Institutional High Schools, 1969-1975

77

20

 

 

Key Club Studies, 1956-1974

77

21

 

 

Keyettes, 1943-1947, 1961, 1974-1975, 1980

77

22

 

 

Lucas, Robert, 1955-1989

77

23

 

 

Membership Cards, 1949-2000

77

24

 

 

News Clippings on the 50,000th Member, 1961

77

25

 

 

Nomination for Parents Magazine Award, 1956

77

26

 

 

Programs

 

 

 

 

 

Back to School Kit, 2001/02-2003/04

77

27-29

 

 

 

Club Committee Programs, 1946-1957, 1960

77

30

 

 

 

Club Officer Kit, 2001/02-2002/03, 2004/05, 2006/07

77

31-34

 

 

 

Golden Anniversary Guide, 1975

78

1

 

 

 

Grow Mad

 

 

 

 

 

 

1978-1979

78

2-3

 

 

 

 

1978-1979 (oversized)

98

10-11

 

 

 

Key of Honor, 1963-1969

78

4

 

 

 

Major Emphasis Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

1968/69-1996/97, 1998/99

78

5-7

 

 

 

 

1984/86, 1994/95 (oversized)

101

4

 

 

 

Posters, 2001/02-2003/04 (oversized)

101

4

 

 

 

Sandy Nininger Award, 1959, 1962, 1980-1981, 1985

78

8

 

 

 

Theme Logos, 1970s-1994

78

9

 

 

 

Trick or Treat for UNICEF, 2003

78

10

 

 

 

Winning Achievement and Single Service Report Condensations, 1944/45-1970/71, 1972/73-1976/77, 1978/79

78

11-12

 

 

 

Youth Rally, 1955-1957

78

13

 

 

Publications

 

 

 

 

 

Articles and Clippings, 1954-1974

78

14

 

 

 

Brochures, 1955, 2000s

78

15

 

 

 

Building a Club in Your Community, 1983

78

16

 

 

 

Club and District Publications, 1930s-1970

78

17

 

 

 

Conference in a Can, n.d.

78

18

 

 

 

District “K” Relations Manual, n.d.

78

19

 

 

 

District Public Relations Director’s Manual, n.d.

78

20

 

 

 

Financing Key Club Activities, 1971, 1975

78

21

 

 

 

Guidebook, 2002/03

78

22

 

 

 

Information of Interest to Secondary School Principals, 1954-1955, 1959, 1973, 1975, 1981, 1983

78

23

 

 

 

Key Club in Action, 1961, 1964, 1966

78

24

 

 

 

Key Club Information Booklet, 1947-1949, 1951, 1953, 1955-1957, 1959, 1974, 1976, 1981

78

25

 

 

 

Key Leader Newsletter, 1989-1999 (incomplete)

78

26-27

 

 

 

Lieutenant Governor’s Manual, 1969, 1970s, 1980, 1984

78

28

 

 

 

Manual, 1950, 1957, 1969, 1982-1983

78

29

 

 

 

Manual for District Officers, 1964-1965

78

30

 

 

 

Member Handbook, 2003/04, ca. 2005

78

31

 

 

 

Monthly Activity Checklist, 1963

78

32

 

 

 

Officer Handbook, 1947

78

33

 

 

 

Standard Form for Key Club Bylaws, 1965, 1971, 1973, 1976-1977, 1981

78

34

 

 

 

Theme and Objectives, 1961/62-1966/67, 1968/69-1970/71, 1973/74, 1983/84, 1987/88

78

35

 

 

 

Values Workbook, 2003

78

36

 

 

 

Youth Serves Youth, 1948, 1950, 1952-1953, 1955, 1960, 1969, 1980

78

37

 

 

Speeches

 

 

 

 

 

Dixon, Robert, 1975

78

38

 

 

 

Giuliano, Neil, 1978

78

39

 

 

 

Hageman, Steven, 1981

78

40

 

 

 

Kaiser, Tony, 1987

78

41

 

 

 

Kannenberg, Rand, 1978

78

42

 

 

 

Keefe, Edward, 1957

78

43

 

 

 

Kelly, David, 1983

78

44

 

 

 

Kemper, Edward, 1961

78

45

 

 

 

Kennedy, John F., 1957

78

46

 

 

 

Knecht, Karl, 1962

78

47

 

 

 

Krepinevich, Kevin, 1989-1992

78

48

 

 

 

Lack, David, 1987

78

49

 

 

 

Latimer, George, 1974

78

50

 

 

 

Likens, Chris, 1984-1985

78

51

 

 

 

Lloyd, Hugh, 1969

78

52

 

 

 

Lorton, Eugene, 1963

78

53

 

 

 

MacArthur, Douglas, 1962

78

54

 

 

 

Martin, G.H., 1946

78

55

 

 

 

Mencke, Kevin, 1983

78

56

 

 

 

Merridew, R.P., 1981

78

57

 

 

 

Mitchell, James, 1957

78

58

 

 

 

Morgan, Ann, 1958

78

59

 

 

 

Nicholson, Steven, 1994

78

60

 

 

 

O’Beirn, Jamie, 1992

78

61

 

 

 

Osborn, Ted, 1976

78

62

 

 

 

Parady, Ronald, 1958

78

63

 

 

 

Peters, John, 1964

78

64

 

 

 

Quick, Tim, 1979

78

65

 

 

 

Regan, David, 1974

78

66

 

 

 

Rhoads, D. Dean, 1966

78

67

 

 

 

Rice, Joseph, 1973

78

68

 

 

 

Riddle, Del, 1957

78

69

 

 

 

Ritterbush, Phil, 1954

78

70

 

 

 

Rodney, Harry, 1966

78

71

 

 

 

Schnedier, Jeff, 1982

78

72

 

 

 

Shopmeyer, James, 1965

78

73

 

 

 

Sockman, Ralph, 1965

78

74

 

 

 

Sommers, Michael, 1993

78

75

 

 

 

Steiner, Jason, 1991

78

76

 

 

 

Swain, Charles, 1964

78

77

 

 

 

Swanberg, Art, 1993

78

78

 

 

 

Swanson, Kris, 1993

78

79

 

 

 

Teagle, Stephen, 1984

78

80

 

 

 

Tharpe, Bryan, 1990

78

81

 

 

 

Treptow, Matt, 1991

78

82

 

 

 

True, J. Guthrie, 1977

78

83

 

 

 

Urban, David, 1980

78

84

 

 

 

Williams, Rick, 1970

78

85

 

 

 

Witthuhn, I.R., 1962

78

86

 

 

 

Youmans, Kerry, ca. 1987

78

87

Publications, 1916-2007

 

 

 

Annual Reports/Annual Financial Reports

 

 

 

 

1916-1929

78

88

 

 

1930-1937 (oversized)

99

8

 

 

1938-1990, 1996/97, 2001/02-2002/03

78

89-90

 

Arranging and Conducting Weekly Luncheon Meetings, 1924

79

1

 

Articles in Other Magazines, 1949-1969

79

2

 

Ask Me Another: Questions and Answers on Kiwanis, 1930-1931

79

3

 

Back to Fundamentals, 1923-1924, 1940-1941

79

4

 

Back in Kiwanis, 1934, 1937, 1940, 1942

79

5

 

The Birth of a Kiwanis Club, 1947, 1949

79

6

 

Brochures

 

 

 

 

Finance, 1948-1980s

79

7

 

 

General, 1920s-2000s

79

8

 

Code of Ethics and Business Standards, 1919-1923, 1927, 1932, 1948, 1951

79

9

 

Directory

 

 

 

 

1923-1987/88

79

10-25

 

 

1988/89-1999/00, 2003/04-2006/07

80

1-8

 

 

2001-2003

85

3

 

Education Manual, ca. 1980s

80

9

 

An Educational Program for Kiwanis Clubs, 1923-1924

80

10

 

Evolution of Kiwanis, 1921, 1923-1924, 1937, 1939, 1941-1942, 1944-1947, 1949

80

11

 

Financing Kiwanis Activities, 1948, 1950-1951, 1956, 1967

80

12

 

For Boys Only, 1945

80

13

 

For Club Presidents Only, 1946, 1948

80

14

 

The Functions of Kiwanis Clubs and Chambers of Commerce, 1934, 1936, 1938-1939, 1941

80

15

 

Fundamentals and Ideals of Kiwanis, 1922-1935

80

16

 

The Generalized Mass Membership Organization as a Factor in Volunteer Service – The Structure and Process of the Kiwanis Program to Serve Older Persons, 1976

80

17

 

Getting Ready for the Good Life: A Financial Guide to Retirement Planning, ca. 1980s

80

18

 

Graphic Standards Manual, ca. 2000-2005

80

19

 

Handbook for Kiwanis Public Relations Chairmen, 1973-1974, 1980s, 1989

80

20

 

History of Circle K International, 1980

80

21

 

I am a Dub, 1921-1923

80

22

 

Invocations for Kiwanis Occasions, 1996

80

23

 

A Kiwanian and His Work, 1922-1924, 1939, 1941-1942

80

24

 

Kiwanis, 1921-1924

80

25

 

Kiwanis General Publications

80

26

 

Kiwanis in Action

 

 

 

 

1922-1926, 1928, 1930

80

27-28

 

 

1931-1932, 1934-1937, 1943-1956, 1958-1993/94, 1995/96-1996/97

81

1-5

 

Kiwanis in Brief, 1930-1941, 1943-1961, 1964-1968, 1970, 1973

81

6-8

 

Kiwanis and Chambers of Commerce, 1923

81

9

 

Kiwanis Courtesy, ca. 1953

81

10

 

The Kiwanis Crusade, 1957 (oversized)

99

1 of 9

 

The Kiwanis District Plan, 1920-1922

81

11

 

Kiwanis District School, 1922-1924

81

12

 

Kiwanis Education and the New Member, 1948, 1950, 1952

81

13

 

Kiwanis Helps in Print for Committee and Club Activities, 1937

81

14

 

Kiwanis and Me, 1932, 1934, 1939, 1941, 1943

81

15

 

Kiwanis Magazine Article Background and Interview Transcript, c. 2000

81

16

 

Kiwanis Magazine Article Drafts, 1940s-1960s

 

 

 

 

Counselor to Exceptional Teachers, 1958

81

17

 

 

Fun for All—All for Fun, c. 1960s

81

18

 

 

He Built a College on Faith in Human Nature, c. 1960s

81

19

 

 

Reading Repair in the High Schools, 1958

81

20

 

 

Revolution is Our Business, c. 1950s

81

21

 

 

Sea-Going Scientist, c. 1940s

81

22

 

 

Twelve Good Men…and True?, n.d.

81

23

 

Kiwanis Magazine Index, 1950, 1955-1969, 1971-1973

81

24

 

Kiwanis Progress Flashes, 1935, 1941

81

25

 

Kiwanis in Service: From One to One Hundred, ca. 2005 

81

26

 

Kiwanis and You, 1930, 1933-1934, 1940-1941, 1943-1945

81

27

 

Local Club Committees and Their Functions, 1921-1925

81

28

 

Media Tool Kit, 2005

81

29

 

Member Tool Kit, ca. 2000

81

30

 

Music

 

 

 

 

Club and District Song Sheets, 1921-1949

81

31-32

82

1

 

 

Sheet Music, 1920s-1960s

82

2-3

98

4 of 12

 

 

Songs of Kiwanis, 1921, 1924, 1927, 1935, 1951, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1989

82

4-5

 

Outline of United States Citizenship, 1927

82

6

 

Patterns, 1960

85

4

 

Policy Relating to Community Activities, 1929, 1941, 1945

82

7

 

Prayers for Kiwanis Meetings, n.d.

85

5

 

The Progress and Outlook of Kiwanis International, 1929

82

8

 

Public Relations and Marketing Handbook, ca. 2005

82

9

 

Publicity Manual for Committees, 1925, 1929, 1932, 1934

82

10

 

The Question Box, 1941-1942

82

11

 

Report of the Special Committee on Study of Financing International Conventions, 1927

82

12

 

Service in a Box, ca. 2005

82

13

 

Standard Form for Club Bylaws, 1920-1922, 1924, 1929, 1931-1932, 1934-1938, 1940-1942, 1945--1948, 1950-1952, 1955, 1981, 1985, 1989, 1991, 1995

82

14

 

Standard Form for District Bylaws, 1922, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1931-1932, 1934-1935, 1937-1938, 1940-1944, 1946-1948, 1950-1952, 1955, 1962-1966, 1968-1969, 1972-1973, 1975, 1977-1978, 1980-1981

82

15-16

 

Successful Sponsoring, 1924, 1929, 1934, 1938, 1940, 1945-1946, 1948, 1950, 1952, 1956

82

17

 

Suggested Greeting to New Members, 1921-1924, 1940-1941

82

18

 

Suggestions for District Committees on Kiwanis Education, 1926

82

19

 

Theme and Objectives, 1919-1991/92, 1997/98

82

20

 

Themes, 1931-1984/85

82

21

 

Typical Kiwanis Service, 1921-1923

82

22

 

What Commercial Secretaries are Saying About Kiwanis, 1921-1923

82

23

 

What Kiwanis is and is Not, 1946-1947, 1949-1952

82

24

 

What of the Luncheon Clubs, 1936, 1938, 1940

82

25

 

Work of the Sponsoring Committee, ca. 1958, 1964

82

26

 

The Value of Kiwanis, 1921-1924, 1937-1938

82

27

 

Young Builders, 1938, 1940-1949, 1979

82

28-29

Kiwanis Magazine

 

 

 

Feb-July, Nov-Dec 1917; Jan-March, May, Aug-Oct 1918; Jan- June, Sept-Dec 1919; Jan, March-July, Sept-Dec 1920; 1921-1926. Some issues are available only in a bound version.

86

1-10

 

1927-1934. Some issues are available only in a bound version.

87

1-8

 

1935-1945. Some issues are available only in a bound version.

88

1-11

 

1946-1959. Some issues are available only in a bound version.

89

1-14

 

1960-1971. Some issues are available only in a bound version.

90

1-12

 

1972-1983. Some issues are available only in a bound version.

91

1-11

 

1984-1995. Some issues are available only in a bound version.

92

1-12

 

1996-Feb 2006

93

1-15

 

April 2006-March, Aug-Dec 2014; Jan-May 2015

94

1-10. 51

Circle K Magazine

 

 

 

1956; April-Dec 1960; Feb, Oct-Dec 1961; Feb-April, Dec 1962; 1963-1965; Dec 1966; April-Dec 1967; 1968-1973; March-Dec 1974; 1975; April-Dec 1976; 1977; March-Nov 1978; Feb-May 1979; 1980-1985, Jan, April-Dec 1986; 1987-1988; March-Dec 1989; 1990-1991; Jan-March, Oct-Dec 1992; 1993-1996; Jan, April-Dec 1997; Oct 1998; 1999

94

11-50

 

Jan-Oct 2000; Jan-Oct 2001; 2002-2003; Jan-April 2004; Feb, April, Nov 2005; Feb, April 2006

95

1-7

 

Circle Kzine (Online Magazine) Printouts, Dec 2004

95

44

Key Club Magazine (The Keynoter)

 

 

 

1947-1983. Some issues are available only in a bound version.

95

8-43

 

1983-2000; Feb-Oct, Dec 2001, 2002-2003, Feb-May, Nov 2004; Jan, March, May, Nov 2005; Jan, March, May, Sept, Nov 2006; Feb, April, Nov 2007. (Box is half full.)

96

1-24

Photographs, 1915-2006

 

 

 

Kiwanis International

 

 

 

 

Awards, 1966-1981

111

1-6

 

 

Committees, 1942-2000

111

7-13

 

 

Conferences, 1957-1994

111

14-25

 

 

Conventions, 1916-2000

111-117

111/26-117/6 

 

 

Events, 1916-2005

118-120

118/1-120/20

 

 

Famous People/Government Officials

120

21-35

 

 

Headquarters, 1915-1994

120-121

120/36-121/14

 

 

Magazine, 1950-2002

121-127

121/15-127/17

 

 

Major Emphasis Programs, 1974-1981

127

18-23

 

 

Officers, 1916-2000s

127-128

127/24-128/76

 

 

Presidents, 1916-2000s

129-130

129/1-130/39

 

 

Projects, 1925-1999

130

40-50

 

 

Site Visits, 1990s-2006

130

51-54

 

 

Staff, 1930s-1990s

130-131

130/55-131/12

 

 

Training, 1976-1991

131

13-16

 

Circle K International

 

 

 

 

Conferences, 1979-1990

131

18-20

 

 

Conventions, 1964-2004

131-133

131/21-133/9

 

 

Events, 1971-2002

133-134

133/10-134/10

 

 

Famous People/Government Officials

134

11

 

 

Magazine, 1980s

134

12-14

 

 

Members, 1980s-1995

134

15-20

 

 

Officers, 1960-2004

134-136

134/21-136/10

 

 

Staff

136

11

 

 

Training, 1983-2004

136

12-20

 

Key Club International

 

 

 

 

Conventions, 1944-2002

136-138

136/21-138/15

 

 

Events, 1940s-2007

138-140

138/16-140/13

 

 

Famous People/Government Officials

140

14-15

 

 

Headquarters, 1980s

140

16

 

 

Magazine, 1960s-2000

140

17-23

 

 

Members, 1957-1963

140-141

140/24-141/

 

 

Officers, 1947-2004

141-142

 

 

 

Presidents, 1944-1961 (oversized)

176

 

 

 

Sacramento High School Key Club Scrapbook Photographs, 1925-1936

142

 

 

 

Training, 1965-2002

142

 

Negatives, 1925-2005

 

 

 

Kiwanis International

 

 

 

 

Awards, 1976

143

1

 

 

Committees, 2000

143

2

 

 

Conferences, 1954, 1958, 1990s

143

3-8

 

 

Conventions, 1970-2000

143-144

143/9-23, 144 all

 

 

Events, 1953-2000

143

24-33

 

 

Headquarters, 1950s-2003

145

1-8

 

 

Magazine, 1957-1970

145

9-22

 

 

Officers, 1940s-2004

145

23-43

 

 

Presidents, 1916-2003

145-146

145/44-146/28

 

 

Projects, 1925-2002

146

29-30

 

 

Staff, 1940s-1990s

146

31-35

 

 

Training, 1984-1986

146

36-37

 

Circle K International

 

 

 

 

Conventions, 1972-1996

146-147

146/38-147/5

 

 

Events, 1973-1990s

147

6-8

 

 

Members, 1990s

147

9

 

 

Officers, 1955-2000s

147

10-23

 

 

Service, 1985

147

24

 

Key Club International

 

 

 

 

Celebrities, 1990s

147

25

 

 

Conventions, 1971-2001

147-148

147/26-148/7

 

 

Events, 1951-2000

148

8-13

 

 

Magazine, 2002

148

14

 

 

Officers, 1966-2000s

148

15-25

 

 

Training, 2002

148

26

Slides, 1948-2004

 

 

 

Kiwanis International

 

 

 

 

Celebrities and Government Officials, 1980s-1990s

149

1-2

 

 

Chapters, 1990s

149

3-4

 

 

Conferences, 1994

149

5

 

 

Conventions, 1968-2003

149-150

146/6-150/11

 

 

Events, 1976-2000

151

1-15

 

 

 

Kiwanis International Activity Highlights, ca. 1920s (lantern slides)

176

1-39

 

 

Headquarters, ca. 1950s

151

16-17

 

 

Magazine, 1980

152

1-2

 

 

Major Emphasis Programs, 1980-1981

152

3

 

 

Officers, 1995-2004

152

4-17

 

 

Presidents, 1966-2004

153

1-158

 

 

Programs, 1959-1993

154-158

154/1-158/7

 

 

 

Programs of Service, 1961 (lantern slides)

177

1-21

 

 

Projects, 1998

159

1

 

 

Site Visits, 1994

159

2

 

 

Staff, 1948, 1951, 1990s

159

3-4

 

Circle K International

 

 

 

 

Celebrities, 2000s

159

5

 

 

Convention, 1982-2000s

159

6-11

 

 

Events, 1970s-1990s

159-160

159/12-160/2

 

 

Members, 1992

160

3

 

 

Officers, 1997-2000s

160

4-8

 

Key Club International

 

 

 

 

Conventions, 1995-2003

160

9-17

 

 

Events, 2000s

161

1-4

 

 

Magazine, 2000

161

5

 

 

Officers, 1999-2000s

161

6-

Audio/Visual Materials, 1915-2009

 

 

 

Cassettes, 1952-2004

 

 

 

 

Art Swanberg Interview, December 30, 2004

185

A0319

 

 

“The Birth of Kiwanis” A Chronicle Recorded by Donald A. Johnston 1st President, Dec. 3, 1952

177

A0001-A0005

 

 

Bowen Production Radio Spots, August 1999 (Digital Audio Tape)

189

A0317

 

 

Builders Club, Building for a Better Tomorrow, n.d.

177

A0006

 

 

Circle K International--Caring…Life’s Magic

177

A0007

 

 

Community Analysis, Kiwanis Convention Tape, June 5, 1980

177

A0008

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 1 “General Session,” Monday, June 25, 1984

177

A0009

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 2 “General Session,” Monday, June 25, 1984

177

A0010

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 1 “General Session,” Tuesday, June 26, 1984

177

A0011

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 1 “Sunday Evening General Session,” Sunday, June 24, 1984

177

A0012

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 2 “Musical Prelude through Willard Scott,” Monday, June 25, 1984

177

A0013

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 3 “Legion of Honor Recognition through Adjournment,” Monday, June 25, 1984

177

A0014

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 4 “Music by Stephen Hare through Kiwanis Insurance Program,” Tuesday, June 26, 1984

178

A0015

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 5 “Request for Ballet Vote on Amend #4 through Adjournment,” Wednesday, June 27, 1984

178

A0016

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 6 “Presentation of Resolution through Musical Presentation,” Wednesday, June 27, 1984

178

A0017

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 7 “Wednesday Evening Session,” Wednesday, June 27, 1984

178

A0018

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 1 “Montage,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0019

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 2 “Keynote, Aubrey Irby,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0020

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 3 “Nancy Reagan,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0021

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 4 “Willard Scott,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0022

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 5 “Showtime I,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0023

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 5 “Showtime II,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0024

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 6 “Prayer Breakfast,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0025

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 7 “Sec., Zitzelsberger,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0026

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 8 “Matt Perrine/James Troyer,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0027

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 9 “Hugh O’Brian,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0028

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 10 “Pres. Des. Ray Lansford,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0029

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 11 “Successful Club, 40 or fewer,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0030

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 12 “Successful Club, 41 or more,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0031

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 13 “Pub. Rel. Chair. & Bull. Ed.,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0032

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 14 “1983-1984 Presidents,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0033

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 15 “New Club Building,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0034

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 16 “Proper Financing,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0035

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 17 “Kiwanianne Club,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0036

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 19 “Major Emphasis,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0037

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 20 “Membership Growth,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0038

 

 

Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, Tape 21 “Club Secretaries,” June 24-27, 1984

178

A0039

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 2 “Rocky Bleier,” June 22-26, 1986

178

A0040

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 3 “Williams, Keynote, & Nancy Reagan,” June 22-26, 1986

178

A0041

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 4 “Charles Jarvis, D.D.S.,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0042

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 5 “Prayer Breakfast, Rev. Benitez,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0043

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 6 “John Jordan & Randall Williams,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0044

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 7 “Int. Sec.  & Int. Treas.,” June 22-26-1986

179

A0045

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 8 “Quality Health Care: R. D’Antoni,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0046

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 9 “Gushers & Glut: Colin H. Lee,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0047

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 10 “1986-87 Major Emphasis: F. Dinoto,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0048

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 12 “Youth Exchange,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0049

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 13 “Community Service,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0050

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 14 “Key Club Forum,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0051

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 16 “Presidents-elect,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0052

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 17 “Currents Presidents,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0053

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 18 “Club Secretaries,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0054

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 19 “New Club Building,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0055

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 20 “District Governor,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0056

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 21 “Membership Growth,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0057

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 22 “Finance, Insurance,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0058

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 23 “Public Relations,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0059

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 24 “Circle K & Builders Clubs,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0060

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 25 “Preview 86-87 Major Emphasis,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0061

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 26 “Retention,” June 22-26, 1986

179

A0062

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 27 “Club & District Bulletins,” June 22-26, 1986

180

A0063

 

 

Convention, Houston, Texas, Tape 28 “Kiwanianne,” June 22-26, 1986

180

A0064

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape I “Opening Session,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0065

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape II “Inspiring Youth to Succeed in Life, Dave Hilliard,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0066

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape III “Healthy Servings for Kids, Julius Hunter,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0067

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape IVa “International Conference on Children,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0068

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape IVb “International Conference on Children,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0069

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape Va “House of Delegates Sessions,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0070

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape Vb “House of Delegates Sessions,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0071

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape VI “Closing Session,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0072

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 1 “Maximizing Kiwanis Service,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0073

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 2 “Building Bridges Through Service,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0074

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 3 “10 Great Ideas for Sponsoring Youth,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0075

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 4 “The Power & Vision of Volunteering,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0076

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 5 “Leadership Skills: Motivating the Other 80%,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0077

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 6 “Advantages of Sponsoring a New Club,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0078

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 7 “Service Beyond International Borders,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0079

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 8 “Elementary My Dear Watson,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0080

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 9 “Point of Order,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0081

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 10 “How Welcoming Are You Really?” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0082

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 11 “Practice Development Seminar,” June 26-29, 2004

180

A0083

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 12 “Play It Safe,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0084

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 13 “Lights, Camera, Aktion,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0085

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 14 “How Much is an African Elephant?” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0086

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 15 “Becoming a Media Mogul,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0087

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 16 “Connect the Dots,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0088

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 17 “Providing Children Best Start,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0089

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 18 “Power of Community Partnerships,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0090

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 19 “Your Public Best,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0091

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 20 “Making Your Savings Last,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0092

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 21 “The Kiwanis Link,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0093

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 22 “Variety is the Spice of Life—Diversity,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0094

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 23 “Branding Your Club Through Service,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0095

 

 

Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, Tape 24 “Follow the Leader,” June 26-29, 2004

181

A0096

 

 

Council, B. Woodruff, Oct. 5-7, 1975

181

A0097

 

 

Council, C. Winters, Oct. 5-7, 1975

181

A0098

 

 

Council, Ty Boyd, Oct. 5-7, 1975

181

A0099

 

 

Don Williams, Kiwanis Reflections, June 3, 1999

181

A0100

 

 

“Embrace Humanity,” n.d.

181

A0101

 

 

Goals of Kiwanis International, 1991-1992

181

A0102

 

 

Goals of Kiwanis International, 1992-1993

181

A0103

 

 

Goals of Kiwanis International, 1992-1993

182

A0104

 

 

Goals of Kiwanis International, 1993-1994

182

A0105

 

 

Goals and Major Emphasis Program “Achieve by Believing,” 1988-1989

182

A0106

 

 

Goals and Major Emphasis Program, 1989-1990

182

A0107

 

 

Goals and Major Emphasis Program, 1989-1990

182

A0108

 

 

Growth News Flashes, 1987-1988

182

A0109

 

 

“Happiness is a Comfortable Bed,” n.d.

182

A0110

 

 

Harry Young, n.d.

182

A0111

 

 

Harry Young, Golden Anniversary [1965]

182

A0112

 

 

How It All Began: History and Evolution of Kiwanis, n.d.

182

A0113

 

 

How It All Began: History and Evolution of Kiwanis, n.d.

182

A0114

 

 

Impact on Life, n.d.

182

A0115

 

 

Kiwanis, Chicago to Indy, D. Williams, n.d.

182

A0116

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 14201 “Provided by the Kiwanis International Foundation”

182

A0117

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 14202 “Provided by the Kiwanis International Foundation”

182

A0118

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 14203 “Provided by the Kiwanis International Foundation”

182

A0119

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 1 “Role of the Lt. Governor”

182

A0120

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 2 “How to Evaluate a Kiwanis Club”

182

A0121

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 3 “The Relationship of the Lt. Gov. to Key Clubs and Circle K Clubs”

182

A0122

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 4 “The Role of the Lt. Gov. in Membership Growth”

182

A0123

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 5 “The Role of the Lt. Gov. in New Club Building”

183

A0124

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 6 “The Division of Council”

183

A0125

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 7 “Education of Club Presidents and Secretaries”

183

A0126

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 8 “The Ten Objectives in the Formula for My Club’s Success”

183

A0127

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 10 “Building a New Club”

183

A0128

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 11 “The 1975-1976 Major Emphasis Program”

183

A0129

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 12 “Preparing for Your Year as President”

183

A0130

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 13 “Club Evaluation”

183

A0131

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 14 “Community Analysis”

183

A0132

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 15 “How to Build a Key Club”

183

A0133

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 16 “How to Build a Circle K Club”

183

A0134

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 17 “How to be a Good Club Secretary”

183

A0135

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 18 “What Is Kiwanis?”

183

A0136

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 18 “Structure of Kiwanis”

183

A0137

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 19 “What is the Kiwanis International Foundation?”

183

A0138

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 20 “Proper Financing of Club Projects”

183

A0139

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 21 “This is Kiwanis—later tape. Original was “How to Write an Annual Club Report”

183

A0140

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 22 “How to be a Good Program Chairman”

183

A0141

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 23 “Good Public Relations in Club and Community”

183

A0142

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 24 “Support of Spiritual Aims”

183

A0143

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 25 “International Relations”

183

A0144

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 26 “1978-1979 Theme, Targets, and Major Emphasis Program”

184

A0145

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tapes, Tape 27 “Kiwanis Club Responsibilities for Circle K and Key Club”

184

A0146

 

 

Kiwanis Family 11/13, n.d. (Digital Audio Tape)

189

A0311

 

 

Kiwanis Group One Indiana Summer, April 24, 1997 (Digital Audio Tape)

189

A0310

 

 

Kiwanis in Brief, 1976-1977

184

A0147

 

 

Kiwanis International 10 PSA Spots, 1999

184

A0148

 

 

Kiwanis International Council Meeting and Hapgood Farewell Party, Tape 1, 1977

184

A0149

 

 

Kiwanis International Council Meeting, Tape 2, 1977

184

A0150

 

 

Kiwanis International Telemachus “Excerpt,” Mort Alder, Oct. 12, 1984

184

A0151

 

 

Kiwanis New Club Building and Development, n.d.

184

A0152

 

 

Kiwanis New Club Building and Development, n.d.

184

A0153

 

 

Kiwanis New Club Building and Development, Version A, 1987-1988

184

A0154

 

 

Kiwanis New Club Building and Development, Version A, 1987-1988

184

A0155

 

 

Major Emphasis Program, “Safeguard Against Crime,” 1976-1977

184

A0156

 

 

Major Emphasis Program “Enrich the World of the Handicapped,” 1983

184

A0157

 

 

Major Emphasis Program “Uplift Underprivileged Children,” 1984-1985

184

A0158

 

 

Major Emphasis Program “Young Children: Priority One,” 1990-1991

184

A0159

 

 

Major Emphasis Program “Young Children: Priority One,” 1990-1993

184

A0160

 

 

“Make Every Child Special,” President-Designate Johnny Roberts, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 30, 1982

184

A0161

 

 

Membership Roundup, n.d.

184

A0162

 

 

The Man Who Wears the “K,” Version A, c. 1985

184

A0163

 

 

Montreal Convention Forum: How It All Began: The History of Kiwanis, 1998

184

A0164

 

 

Montreal Convention Forum: Successful Club Bulletins, 1998

185

A0165

 

 

Responsibilities of the President-Designate, 1981-1982

185

A0166

 

 

Sunday General Session, 1 of 2, n.d.

185

A0167

 

 

Sunday General Session, 2 of 2, n.d.

185

A0168

 

 

Theme and Major Emphasis Program “Serving the World,” 1981-1982

185

A0169

 

 

Theme and Objectives, “The Responsibilities of President Designate,” 1980-1981

185

A0170

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program, 1975-1976

185

A0171

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program, 1979-1980

185

A0172

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program “Share Good Health,” 1981-1982

185

A0173

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program, 1985-1986

185

A0174

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program “Make Miracles Happen,” 1986-1987

185

A0175

 

 

Theme, Goals, and Major Emphasis Program, 1987-1988

185

A0176

 

 

Tom Carnegie, Marquette Manor Men’s Club, Oct 10, 2004

185

A0318

 

 

Weber Interview, Tape 1, Nov. 17, 1997

185

A0177

 

 

Weber Interview, Tape 2, Nov. 17, 1997

185

A0178

 

 

“What About Tomorrow?” n.d.

185

A0179

 

 

WSP: “A Better Me for Eliminating IDD,” n.d.

185

A0180

 

 

WSP: “How Kiwanians Will Benefit from Our WSP,” n.d.

185

A0181

 

 

WSP: “How to Make the IDD Need Personal for Your Club Members,” n.d.

185

A0182

 

 

Unlabeled, n.d. (Digital Audio Tape)

189

A0313

 

CDs, 1990-2007

 

 

 

 

August 9, 2002 Digital Photos

187

CD0001

 

 

75th Anniversary Celebration, 1990

187

CD0002

 

 

89th Kiwanis International Convention: I Opening Session, 2004

187

CD0003

 

 

89th Kiwanis International Convention: V Delegate Sessions, 2004

187

CD0004

 

 

89th Kiwanis International Convention: VI Closing Session, 2004

187

CD0005

 

 

Baseball, Fishers Rodeo (Circle K)

188

CD0147

 

 

BC/KK/AC Admin, May 19-22, 2005

187

CD0006

 

 

“The Birth of Kiwanis” Disc 1, n.d.

187

CD0007

 

 

Bob Weber Interview Tapes 1 and 2, n.d. (2 CDs)

187

CD0008-CD0009

 

 

Builder’s Club Advisor Resource Guide

187

CD0010

 

 

Builders Club Photos, 06-08

188

CD0120

 

 

Builders Club Photo Shoot, 2009

188

CD0114

 

 

Builders Club Pictures, 2008

188

CD0115

 

 

Builders Club Pictures for Web, 2009

188

CD0116

 

 

Builders Club, 2004-2007 Magazine Files, 2006 Back to School Mailing

188

CD0117

 

 

Builder’s Bloc, 2007-2008

188

CD0118

 

 

BC Wire, 2008

188

CD0119

 

 

Builders Club, Seminole Middle School, 2009-2010

188

CD0121

 

 

Case Van Kleef, Man of the Year, June 03, 2004

187

CD0011

 

 

Children’s Program, 2002-2003

187

CD0012

 

 

Circle K International Board Training Sept. 2, 2005-Sept. 6, 2005

187

CD0013

 

 

Circle K International Board Training, Sept. 2, 2005

187

CD0014

 

 

Circle K International Capital District Convention 2003 Video

187

CD0015

 

 

Circle K International Convention, Boston, 2006 (4 CDs)

187

CD0016-CD0019

 

 

Circle K International GATC Files, 1998-Previous, 1999-2005

187

CD0020

 

 

Circle K International GATC, 2005 Pics

187

CD0021-CD0022

 

 

Circle K International GATC, 2005 Slideshow

187

CD0023

 

 

Circle K International GATC, 2006 Pictures and Slideshow

187

CD0024

 

 

Circle K International GATC, 2007 Pictures and Slideshow

187

CD0025

 

 

Circle K International Club Leadership Education, 2004

187

CD0026

 

 

Circle K International Ohio Leaderscape Pictures, Oct. 1-3, 2004

187

CD0027

 

 

Circle K International OH and TX Leaderscape Files/Pictures Fall 2004

187

CD0028

 

 

Circle K International Leaderscape Files, July 2006

187

CD0029

 

 

Club Kiwanis “Equinoccial” Quito-Ecuador XXI Kiwanis Equinoccial Medical Journeys Alausi, Nov., 2004 Photos

187

CD0030

 

 

Club Kiwanis “Equinoccial” Quito-Ecuador Nov., 2004 Kiwanis Equinoccial Medical Journeys

187

CD0031

 

 

Club Kiwanis “Equinoccial” Quito-Ecuador Nov., 2004 Jornadas Medicas de Especialidades

187

CD0032

 

 

Don Williams “Move to Indianapolis” Disc 1, n.d.

187

CD0033

 

 

Don Williams “Reflections” Disc 1, n.d.

187

CD0034

 

 

Dragon Boat, 2006 (2 CDs)

187

CD0037-CD0038

 

 

Enstad Oral History, n.d.

187

CD0035

 

 

Eraso and Higgins photo shoot, March 23, 2009

187

CD0036

 

 

Festival, 2002

187

CD0039

 

 

“History and Evolution of Kiwanis” Tape 1

187

CD0040

 

 

Holland, 2003

187

CD0041

 

 

ICON 2003 (Circle K)

188

CD0145

 

 

Illuminate Your Club, Members, & Community! n.d.

187

CD0042

 

 

Inquiry: Interview w/ J.O. Tally, Jr.: Prog. 1-D, n.d.

187

CD0043

 

 

Inquiry: Interview w/ Don E. Engdahl: Prog. 12-D, n.d.

187

CD0044

 

 

Inquiry: Interview w/ Albert J. Tully: Prog. 13-D, n.d.

187

CD0045

 

 

Key Club and Circle K Images, n.d.

187

CD0046

 

 

Key Club International Convention, Atlanta, 2005, Thurs-Sat (7 CDs)

187

CD0047-CD0053

 

 

Key Club International GATC Files, 2002-2004

187

CD0054

 

 

Key Club International GATC Pictures and Slideshow, 2005

187

CD0055

 

 

Key Club International GATC Pictures and Slideshow, 2006

187

CD0056

 

 

Key Club International GATC Pictures and Slideshow, 2007

187

CD0057

 

 

Key Club International Leaderscape Pictures, n.d.

187

CD0058

 

 

Key Club International Leadership Training Conference, July 2004

187

CD0059

 

 

Key Club International Leadership Training Conference, 2005

187

CD0060

 

 

Key Club International Leadership Training Conference, 2006

187

CD0061

 

 

Key Club International Leadership Training Conference, July 26-29, 2007

187

CD0062

 

 

Key Club International PNW Key Club Weekend, 2004

187

CD0063

 

 

Key Club International Weekend and Leaderscape, Sept. 9, 2004

187

CD0064

 

 

Key Club International Weekend and Leaderscape, 2004

187

CD0065

 

 

Key Club International Weekend Files, July 17, 2006

187

CD0066

 

 

Key Club International Weekend, Ohio, n.d.

187

CD0067

 

 

KeyLeader Curriculum Powerpoints, Feb 15, 2005

187

CD0068

 

 

KeyLeader District Leaders Training, Jan 28-30, 2005, (2 CDs)

188

CD0069-CD0070

 

 

KeyLeader District Leader Training Slideshow, Florida, Jan. 2005

188

CD0071

 

 

KeyLeader Files, June 2004

188

CD0072

 

 

KeyLeader, Fall 2005

188

CD0073

 

 

KeyLeader, Iowa KL, 2005

188

CD0074

 

 

KeyLeader, Ohio, May 13-15, 2005

188

CD0075

 

 

KeyLeader Ohio Files & Slideshow, May 13-15, 2005

188

CD0076

 

 

KeyLeader, WI, Sept. 23-25, 2005

188

CD0077

 

 

Key Leader Presentations, n.d.

188

CD0078

 

 

KeyLeader Resources, April 13, 2005

188

CD0079

 

 

KeyLeader Lead Facilitator, Jan. 2006

188

CD0080

 

 

KeyLeader Lead Facilitator Resource CD, 2006

188

CD0081

 

 

KeyLeader Lead Facilitator Conference Training, Feb. 2007

188

CD0082

 

 

KeyLeader Lead Facilitator Resource CD, 2007

188

CD0083

 

 

KeyLeader Slideshows, Year in Review, New District Leaders, April 19, 2005

188

CD0084

 

 

KeyLeader Slideshows, Student Promo, Kiwanis Show, April 19, 2006

188

CD0085

 

 

Keynoter Magazine March 2002 Full Version

188

CD0086

 

 

Keynoter March 2002 Features

188

CD0087

 

 

KFCC Tour March 6, 2003 (2 CDs)

188

CD0088-CD0089

 

 

The Kiwanis History, n.d. (2 CDs)

188

CD0090-CD0091

 

 

Kiwanis Photos A and B, n.d. (2CDs)

188

CD0092-CD0093

 

 

Kiwanis Photo Resource CD, n.d. (2 copies)

188

CD0122-CD0123

 

 

Kiwanis PR and Marketing Resources, n.d.

188

CD0094

 

 

Kiwanis/SIGN Project Dec. 23, 2003 (mini CD)

188

CD0095

 

 

Kiwanis/SIGN: A PNW District Project Sept 2, 2004

188

CD0096

 

 

K-Kids Advisor Resource Guide, n.d.

188

CD0097

 

 

Large Scale Service Project (Circle K International), Indianapolis, 2003, Walmart Photo CDs (10 CDs)

188

CD0125-CD0144

 

 

LSSP (Large Scale Service Project, Circle K International Convention Orlando), 2002

188

CD0098

 

 

Network for the Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency, Board Meeting, Washington Dulles, VA, January 9-10, 2003

188

CD0099

 

 

Phonics Phone JPEGS April 30, 2002

188

CD0100

 

 

Photos from The Kiwanis Legacy Sept., 2004: 1910-2004 (6 CDs)

188

CD0101-CD0106

 

 

River Party, July 4, 2003

188

CD0107

 

 

Sept. 27-30 & Oct. 3, 2004 Kiwanis International Board Meeting Minutes

188

CD0108

 

 

Rob Parker Photo Shoot, 2007 (2 CDs)

188

CD0109-CD0110

 

 

Russian Farmers Visiting Club (Circle K)

188

CD0146

 

 

SOS, 2005

188

CD0111

 

 

Unlabeled Walmart digital photos, n.d. (2 CDs)

188

CD0112-CD0113

 

Filmstrips (contained and rolled), 1964-1981

 

 

 

 

“…and Emerge a Man,” n.d.

186

V0001

 

 

“Caring…Life’s Magic,” n.d.

186

V0002

 

 

“Embrace Humanity,” n.d.

186

V0003

 

 

“Happiness is a Comfortable Bed,” n.d.

189

V0004

 

 

“Impact on Life,” n.d.

186

V0005

 

 

“It All Depends On You,” n.d.

186

V0006

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Los Angeles, 1964

186

V0007

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Golden Anniversary, New York, 1965 (2 films)

186

V0008-V0009

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Portland, 1966 (2 films)

186

V0010-V0011

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Houston, 1967 (2 films)

186

V0012-V0013

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Toronto, 1968

186

V0014

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Report, Miami Beach, 1969

186

V0015

 

 

Kiwanis International Themes and Objectives, 1970-1971

186

V0018

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, San Francisco, 1971 (2 films)

186

V0016-V0017

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Atlantic City, 1972 (2 films)

186

V0019-V0020

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Montreal, 1973 (2 films)

186

V0021-V0022

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Denver, 1974

186

V0023-V0024

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Atlanta, 1975

186

V0025-V0026

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, San Diego, 1976

186

V0027-V0028

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Dallas, 1977

186

V0029-V0031

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Miami Beach, 1978

186

V0032-V0033

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, Anaheim, 1980

186

V0034

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention Highlights, New Orleans, 1981

186

V0035

 

 

“The Man Who Wears the K,” 1971

186

V0037

 

 

“The Man Who Wears the K,” n.d. (3films)

186

V0036, V0038, V0039

 

 

“The Measure of a Club,” n.d.

186

V0040

 

 

“Operation Drug Alert Program,” n.d.

186

V0041

 

 

“Share Your Life!” Major Emphasis Program, 1972-1973

186

V0042

 

Film (on Reels), 1931-1998

 

 

 

 

Citizenship Quotient TV Spot (16mm)

 

V0072

 

 

Citizenship Quotient TV Spot (35 mm)

 

V0073

 

 

Film, “Fred Jones, Kiwanian,” n.d. (16mm)

 

V0054

 

 

Film on Key Clubs, Cleveland, Ohio, 1952

 

V0055

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Miami, 1931

 

V0063

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Detroit, 1932

 

V0070

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Los Angeles, 1933 (3 tapes)

 

V0058-V0060

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, San Antonio, 1935

 

V0065

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Washington, D.C., 1936

 

V0066

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Indianapolis, 1937 (2 tapes)

 

V0061-V0062

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, San Francisco, 1938 (2 tapes)

 

V0068-V0069

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Boston, 1939

 

V0064

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Minneapolis, 1940

 

V0067

 

 

Kiwanis International Immunization PSA’s, President Bill Clinton, Local and Foundation cuts, n.d.

197

V0046

 

 

Kiwanis International Immunization PSA’s, Whoopi and Cosby, “Generic Tags,” n.d.

197

V0045

 

 

Kiwanis International PSA with Marie Osmond

197

V0044

 

 

Kiwanis International Room for Improvement – “Building Membership” Sept 5, 1995

 

V0049

 

 

Kiwanis International Room for Improvement – “How Good is Your Club?” Sept 5, 1995

 

V0047

 

 

Kiwanis International Room for Improvement – “Inform, Induct, Involve” Sept 5, 1995

 

V0051

 

 

Kiwanis International Room for Improvement – “An Invitation” Sept 5, 1995

 

V0048

 

 

Kiwanis International Room for Improvement – “A Plan to reMember" Sept 5, 1995

 

V0050

 

 

Kiwanis International Office Tour and World Service, Aug. 9, 1985

 

V0057

 

 

Kiwanis International Orientation Video, Jan. 20, 1998

197

V0043

 

 

Meridian Telecommunication Services, Indianapolis Kiwanis International Foundation, Volunteer Food Programs, Pres. Ronald Reagan, Sept. 27, 1985

196

V0053

 

 

Meridian Telecommunication Services, Indianapolis Kiwanis International Foundation, Volunteer Food Programs, Pres. Ronald Reagan, Local and Foundation cuts, Sept. 27, 1985

197

V0052

 

 

“No Man Stands Alone,” n.d.

“No Man Stands Alone,” Golden Anniversary Film, 1965

 

V0056

 

 

G. Sinclair Award Acceptance (16 mm)

 

V0071

 

Floppy Disks

 

 

 

 

Circle K International Large Scale Service Project, Orlando, 2002 Photographs (14 disks)

 

FL001-FL014

 

Phonographic Records

 

 

 

 

Ballot Battalion Jingles, Golden Anniversary Message, President Edward B. Moylan, Jr., 1965 (sound sheet)

192

A0250

 

 

Ballot Battalion Jingles, Key Club International, “Our National Election,” n.d.

191

A0216

 

 

Ballot Battalion Jingles, “The Power of Prayer,” n.d.

191

A0215

 

 

Ballot Battalion Jingles, “Remember November and Vote,” 1952

191

A0214

 

 

Ballot Battalion Jingles, “Remember November and Vote,” and “We’ve Got a Date with Uncle Sam,” 1956 (2 copies)

191

A0217-A0218

 

 

“Birth of Kiwanis” by Don Johnston, Dec. 3, 1952

191

A0247

 

 

Council greetings by F. Trafford Taylor, Past President Kiwanis International, 1943 (2 copies, copy 2 is broken)

191

A0209-A0210

 

 

CQ Radio Spot Announcements, “The C.Q. Program,” n.d.

191

A0207

 

 

CQ Radio Spot Announcements, Kiwanis International C Q Program, Audition Recording, Musical Parts (New Speech Parts Not Included), n.d.

191

A0245

 

 

CQ Radio Spot Announcements, “Now in Everybody’s Word Book,” n.d.

191

A0244

 

 

Excerpts from sound track of Fred Jones Kiwanian, 3 disks

190

A0198, A0309, A0310

 

 

Farm-City Week Spots, 1967

192

A0252

 

 

“Give of Yourself,” Theme, Objectives, and Major Emphasis Program, 1973-1974

191

A0248

 

 

Hamilton Holt Address before “1946 Victory Convention,” 1946

190

A0205

 

 

“It’s Fun to Live in America,” No. 1: Life of Brig. Gen. David Sarnoff, No. 2: Life of J.C. Penney, c. 1948

191

A0224

 

 

“It’s Fun to Live in America,” No. 3: Life of Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, No. 4: Life of Elmer Lee Henderson, MD, c. 1948

191

A0223

 

 

 “It’s Fun to Live in America,” No. 5: Life of Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, No. 6: Life of Vernon L. Clark, c. 1948

191

A0222

 

 

“It’s Fun to Live in America,” No. 7: Life of Le Roy A. Wilson, No. 8: Life of John L. McCaffrey, c. 1948

191

A0221

 

 

“It’s Fun to Live in America,” No. 9: Life of Carroll A. Harding, No. 10: Life of Thomas E. Courtney, c. 1948

191

A0220

 

 

 “It’s Fun to Live in America,” No. 11: Life of Louis B. Seltzer, No. 12: Life of Mrs. Lane Bryant Malsin, c. 1948

191

A0219

 

 

“It’s Fun to Live in America,” No. 13: Life of Col. Harry T. Klein, No. 14: Life of Charles E. Wilson, c. 1948

191

A0228

 

 

“It’s Fun to Live in America,” Wichita Kiwanis Chorus, “Stout-Hearted Men,” c. 1948 (2 copies)

191

A0227, A0239

 

 

“Kiwanis International” April 1947

191

A0234

 

 

Kiwanis International Cut No. 1 Mr. Mossman, n.d.

191

A0235

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention In Memoriam, Lawrence A. Hapgood, writer; Merle H. Tucker, narrator; and Marion Cawood, soloist, n.d.

191

A0236

 

 

Kiwanis International Europe, Song Chanson Lied, n.d.

192

A0253

 

 

Kiwanis International Golden Anniversary Community Service, 1965

191

A0206

 

 

Kiwanis International Golden Anniversary Convention Highlights, New York City, 1965

191

A0240

 

 

Kiwanis International Golden Anniversary, Harry A. Young’s Speech, 1965 (one autographed copy)

192

A0251

 

 

Kiwanis International Golden Anniversary International Convention, New York, Address of U.S. Senator George Murphy, 1965

191

A0243

 

 

“The Man Who Wears the K,” n.d. (3 copies)

191

A0237, A0238, A0246

 

 

“The Measure of a Club,” n.d.

191

A0233

 

 

Message by Past International President A. Copeland Callen, n.d.

191

A0208

 

 

Message by Past International President George Hixson, n.d.

191

A0226

 

 

Message by Past International President H.G. Hatfield, n.d.

191

A0211

 

 

National Kids’ Day, featuring President J. Hugh Jackson and Jimmy Fidler, founder of Kids’ Day, n.d.

191

A0232

 

 

National Kids Day Salute, Nov. 17, 1949 (3 disks)

191

A0229-A0231

 

 

“The New Pilgrimage” narrated by Franklyn MacCormick, n.d.

191

A0212

 

 

“Operation: Drug Alert,” n.d.

191

A0225

 

 

Past President Jay Emerson speaking to Kiwanis Club of Toronto on 1947 Objectives, c. 1946

 

 

 

 

Roe Fulkerson speaking in New York, n.d.

190

A0199

 

 

“Share Your Life!” Theme, Objectives, and Major Emphasis Program, 1972-1973

191

A0241

 

 

Songs of Kiwanis, from Annual International Council, No. 5 and 6, n.d.

191

A0242

 

 

Speech by Past International President Don Murdoch, n.d., 2 discs

190

A0201-A0202

 

 

Speech by Past International President Joshua L. Johns, c. early 1940s

190

A0200

 

 

Speech excerpts from Past Presidents Charles Donley, Bennett O. Knudson, Harry E. Karr, and William J. Carrington, n.d.

190

A0203

 

 

Speech excerpts from Past Presidents Mark A. Smith, William O. Harris, Carl E. Endicott, O. Sam Cummings, and Joshua L. Johns, n.d.

190

A0204

 

 

Unlabeled, property of Key Club, n.d.

197

A0320

 

 

Unlabeled Circle K reels (2 reels), n.d.

196

A0321-A0322

 

 

Unlabeled reels (3 reels), n.d.

196

A0249, A0323-A0325

 

Microfilm, 1916-1979

 

 

 

 

Conventions, 1916, 1917

162

Roll 1

 

 

Official Convention Minutes, 1918, 1919

162

Roll 2

 

 

Mid-Year Meeting of Officers & Trustees, 1920

162

Roll 3

 

 

Convention Proceedings, 1922, 1924; Executive Committee Meetings, 1924; Board of Trustees Meetings, 1924; Joint Conference of International Officers and Trustees, 1924; Constitution Convention Committee, 1923, 1924

162

Roll 4

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1956

162

Roll 5

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1957

162

Roll 6

 

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1958

162

Roll 7-8

 

 

Delete Cards, 1958-1968

162

Roll 9-11

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1959

162

Roll 12

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1959

162

Roll 13

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1960

163

Roll 14

 

 

Key Club Files, 1962-1967

163

Roll 15-16

 

 

Revoked Charter Lists-Cards, July 1965

163

Roll 17-21

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1965

163-164

Roll 22-33

 

 

District Correspondence, 1965

164

Roll 34-35

 

 

International Committees and Officers, 1964-1965

164

Roll 36

 

 

Departmental Correspondence and General, 1965

164

Roll 37

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1965

164

Roll 38

 

 

Historical Data, John Moss, 1965

164

Roll 39

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1966

165

Roll 40-47

 

 

District Correspondence and International Trustees, 1965-66

165

Roll 48

 

 

Miscellaneous Correspondence and Orders and Departmental Correspondence, 1966

165

Roll 49

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1966

165

Roll 50

 

 

Permanent Club Folders, 1966

165

Roll 51

 

 

Continuation of Moss files, 1966

165

Roll 52

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1967

166

Roll 53-63

 

 

President’s and Secretary Sheets, 1967

166

Roll 64

 

 

Club Correspondence

166

Roll 65

 

 

Permanent Files, 1967

167

Roll 66

 

 

District Correspondence, 1967

167

Roll 67

 

 

District Correspondence and International Committees, 1967

167

Roll 68

 

 

International Officers and General, 1967

167

Roll 69

 

 

Departmental Correspondence, 1967

167

Roll 70

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1968

167-168

Roll 71-84

 

 

District Correspondence, 1968

168

Roll 85

 

 

District Correspondence and International Committees, 1968

168

Roll 86

 

 

International Officers and General, 1968

168

Roll 87

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1968

168

Roll 88

 

 

Permanent Folders, 1968

168

Roll 89

 

 

Departmental Correspondence and Permanent Folders, 1968

168

Roll 90

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1969

168-169

Roll 91-101

 

 

Dist. Correspondence, International Committee, and International Trustees, 1968-1969

169

Roll 102

 

 

Departmental Correspondence and General, 1969

169

Roll 103

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1969

169

Roll 104

 

 

Permanent Folders, 1969-1970

170

Roll 105

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1969-1970

170-171

Roll 106-120

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1969-1970

171

Roll 121

 

 

District Correspondence, 1969-1970

171

Roll 122

 

 

International Trustees and Departmental Correspondence, 1969-1970

171

Roll 123

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1970-1971

171-172

Roll 124-136

 

 

District and Departmental Correspondence, and International Committees, 1970-1971

172

Roll 137

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1970-1971

172

Roll 138

 

 

Permanent Folders, 1970-1971

172

Roll 139

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1971-1972

172

Roll 140-141

 

 

International Officers, 1971-1972

172

Roll 142

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1971-1972

172-173

Roll 143-152

 

 

District Correspondence, 1971-1972

173

Roll 153

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1971-1972

173

Roll 154

 

 

Club Correspondence, 1972-1973

173-174

Roll 155-163

 

 

District Correspondence, 1972-1973

174

Roll 164

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1972-1973

174

Roll 165

 

 

District Correspondence and Foreign Clubs, 1973-1974

174

Roll 166

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1973-1974

174

Roll 167

 

 

International Officers, 1973-1975

174

Roll 168

 

 

District Correspondence, 1974-1975

174

Roll 169

 

 

President’s and Secretary’s Sheets, 1974-1975

175

Roll 170

 

 

District Correspondence, 1975-1976

175

Roll 171

 

 

District Correspondence, 1977-1978

175

Roll 172

 

 

District Correspondence, 1978-1979

175

Roll 173

 

 

Unlabeled, n.d.

175

Roll 174-175

 

Reel-to-Reel, 1952-1985

 

 

 

 

Ballot Battalion Movie Theatre Clips

189

A0193

 

 

Bennett Knudson #1 and #2

193

A0266

 

 

Bennett Knudson, Kiwanis Speech, n.d.

192

A0256

 

 

Bennett Knudson Radio Series, Moscow, n.d.

193

A0267

 

 

Bennett Knudson Rotary Club Speech, n.d.

194

A0290

 

 

Bennett Knudson, Side 1, Moscow Trip, March 1969; Side 2, Moscow Trip/MacArthur, 1952

194

A0288

 

 

Bennett Knudson Series After Beirut, n.d.

196

A0308

 

 

Bennett Knudson Series East Berlin and Bonn, n.d.

192

A0265

 

 

Bennett Knudson Series Program 5 and Introduction, London and Germany, n.d.

196

A0306

 

 

Bennett Knudson Series Program 7 and 8, n.d.

196

A0307

 

 

Bennett Knudson Series Program 9 and 10, n.d. Belgrade

196

A0312

 

 

Bennett Knudson Series Program 11 and 12, n.d. Athens

196

A0314

 

 

Bennett Knudson Series Program 13 and 14, n.d. Beirut

196

A0315

 

 

Bennett Knudson Tape, London/Helsinki, n.d.

194

A0287

 

 

Dr. Banks, n.d.

196

A0316

 

 

Key Club International Convention, General Session, July 8, 1968

194

A0286

 

 

Kiwanis Education Tape #11, Major Emphasis Program, Jim Gerard, Narrator, 1983-1984

195

A0302

 

 

Kiwanis International 50th Anniversary 1965 (2 reels)

189

A0194-A0195

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Ladies Monday Afternoon Program, Portland, 1966 (2 tapes)

194

A0291-A0292

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Nila Magidoff, Ladies Speaker, Portland, 1966

195

A0303

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Highlights of Speeches, Ceremonies, and Entertainments, Houston, 1967

189

A0189

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Report of Speeches, Ceremonies, and Entertainments, narrated by R. P. “Reg” Merridew, International Secretary, Miami Beach, 1969

189

A0190

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Address by Lloyd N. Hardesty, President, Circle K International, and Stephen F. Kolzak, President, Key Club International, San Francisco, 1971

189

A0185

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Montage of Highlights, Narrated by R. P. “Reg” Merridew, International Secretary, San Francisco, 1971

189

A0191

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Dr. Cleveland W. Eneas, Montreal, 1973

195

A0294

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, Montreal, 1973

195

A0295

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Dr. Samuel I. Hayakawa, Montreal, 1973

195

A0296

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Cold Voice Track, Vienna, 1983

195

A0297

 

 

Kiwanis International, “A Call to Leadership,” 1966

195

A0298

 

 

Kiwanis International Jingle Package, n.d.

193

A0268

 

 

Kiwanis International Presentation of “Panorama: Legacy from Jefferson,” n.d.

195

A0299

 

 

Kiwanis International Presentation of “Panorama: The Silent Screen,” n.d.

195

A0300

 

 

Kiwanis International President’s Project Presentation, 1982-1983

195

A0301

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Announcement, President Ronald Reagan, October 31, 1985

189

A0192

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Announcements, 25 short announcements, n.d.

195

A0304

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 1, “Inquiry: Freedom of the Press,” (Jack Mabley, Columnist, Chic. American; Donald H. Reuben, Attorney, Kirkland, Ellis; Dr. Bergan Evans, Moderator; Francis Cougnlin), 1964

193

A0269

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 2, “Inquiry: Civil War—100 Years After,” (Mr. E. B. Long, Civil War Writer and Authority; Dr. Grady McWhiney, Professor of History, Northwestern University), 1964

193

A0271

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 3, “Inquiry: American Music—Culture or Trash,” (Robert Trendler, Director of Music WGN Inc.; Roger Dettmer, Music Critic, Chicago’s American), 1964

193

A0272

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 4, “Inquiry: Unionism and Performing Arts,” 1964

194

A0281

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 5, “Inquiry: The Basis for Rural-Urban Misunderstandings,” (Panel: C. Dana Bennett, consultant, Foundation of American Agriculture, Washington, D.C.; Don Tuttle, Farm Director, W.G.Y., Schenectady, NY), 1964

193

A0276

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 6, “Inquiry: Automation,” (Panel: Mr. Frank Cassell, Chairman, Governors Committee on Employment; Mr. Sam Bernstein, Illinois State Manpower & Training Coordinator and Assistant Director of Labor), 1964

193

A0277

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 7, “Inquiry: Individualism in a Complex Society,” (Panel: Darrell Coover, Dir. Of National Speakers Bureau, American Medical Association; George Scharinghausen, Governor-Elect Illinois-Eastern Iowa Dist. Kiwanis International and Past President Illinois Pharmaceutical Association), 1964

193

A0278

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 8, “Inquiry: The Problem of Drop-Outs,” (Panel: Commissioner, Samuel C. Bernstein, Illinois Director of Manpower & Training; Mr. Fred Englund, Corporate Personnel, Director, Carson, Pirie, Scott), 1964

193

A0273

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 9, “Inquiry: Can Free Enterprise be Sold,” (Panel: Dr. Charles W. Jarvis, San Marcos, Texas [Dentist Devotee of Free Enterprise]; Mr. William Rentschler, President Stevens Candy Company), 1964

193

A0274

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 10, “Inquiry: Social Classes in America,” (Panel: Prof. Donald G. McKinley, Sociology Dept. Northwestern University), 1964

193

A0275

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 11, “Inquiry: Love and Marriage,” (Panel: Mrs. Fanita English, Psychiatric Social Worker; Dr. Freda Kehm, Director for the Association of Family Living), 1964

193

A0270

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 12, “Inquiry: Drugs,” (Panel: Dr. Alex J. Arieff; Dr. Eugene Carey, Ex-Police Surgeon, Chicago Police Department), 1964

194

A0280

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Program, No. 13, “Inquiry: Aid to the Aged,” (Panel: Dr. Richard D. Liechty, Asst. Prof. of Surgery, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City; Mr. William Hummer, Pres. Of Student AMA Group at Univ. of Iowa), 1964

193

A0279

 

 

Kiwanis International’s “Special Olympics,” 1982

194

A0285

 

 

L.A. Hapgood Retirement Dinner, 1978 (2 reels)

192

A0254-A0255

 

 

“The Man Who Wears the K,” n.d.

189

A0196

 

 

The National Kids’ Day Foundation, Special Religious Program for “Take a Kid to Worship,” (Rev. Louis H. Evans; Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin; Monsignor Patrick J. Dignam; Dr. James W. Fifield, Jr.; Dr. Cleveland Kleihauer; Introduced by James M. Fidler), November 1, 1953

189

A0183

 

 

O. E. Peterson, Secretary, speaking at the 51st Annual Convention in Portland, OR (3 reels)

192

A0258-A0260

 

 

Palmer House G.B.R.

192

A0257

 

 

Promos for High Society Robin and the Seven Hoods: 500 Club, Atlantic City, August 25th 1962

196

A0309

 

 

Nancy Reagan Battles Drug Abuse, 14 week series, June 1989

192

A0261

 

 

Nancy Reagan/Key Club School-Age Drug Abuse Program, 14 week series, September 1985

192

A0262

 

 

Report on Moscow, n.d.

192

A0264

 

 

Ronald Reagan for Kiwanis, n.d.

189

A0197

 

 

Statement of High Principles, n.d.

195

A0293

 

 

Support of Churches and Individuals in Their Spiritual Aims, No. 2, “The Way Forward,” (Ronald Rawson and Ann Leaf), n.d.

189

A0186

 

 

Support of Churches and Individuals in Their Spiritual Aims, No. 3, “The Power of Prayer,” (Kenneth Nordine and Venida Jones), n.d.

189

A0187

 

 

Support of Churches and Individuals in Their Spiritual Aims, No. 4, “God, the Cornerstone,” (John Mallow, Venida Jones, Bobby Christian), n.d.

189

A0188

 

 

Theme Presentation, 1969-1970

192

A0263

 

 

The United State Army Band and Chorus, “The Kiwanis International (Golden Anniversary March),” (Lt. Col. Samuel R. Loboda, Leader and Commanding Officer, n.d.

194

A0283

 

 

The United States Army Band, “The Kiwanis International March,” (Lt. Col. Samuel Loboda, Leader & Commanding Officer. Cut 1: Band and Chorus—Stereo; Cut 2: Band Only—Stereo; Cut 3: Band and Chorus—Monaural; Cut 4: Band Only—Monaural), n.d.

189

A0184

 

 

The United States Army Band Concert, n.d.

194

A0284

 

 

Twenty-Four Kiwanis International Public-Service Radio Announcements in Support of Churches, Synagogues, and Individuals in Their Spiritual Aims, (Anns. 1-6: “The New Pilgrimage,” Franklyn MacCormack, Announcer, Venida Jones, Organist; Anns. 7-13: “The Way Forward,” Ronald Rawson, Announcer, Ann Leaf, Organist; Anns. 14-19: “The Power of Prayer,” Kenneth Nordine, Announcer, Valerie James, Organist; Anns. 20-24: “God the Cornerstone,” John Mallow, Announcer, Grace McCarthy, Organist, Bobby Christian, Chimes; Harold Gingrich, Author-Producer)

 

A0305

 

 

United States Air Force Air Defense Command Presents “Something to Think About,” (Program Notes: 26 Apr.: Meeting on the Elbe., 27 Apr.: Babe Ruth Day, 28 Apr.: Coughing—a universal language, 29 Apr.: Canada-United States Goodwill Week, 30 Apr.: I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover) n.d.

194

A0282

 

 

A Visit to Your General Office in Chicago, n.d.

194

A0289

 

Video (VHS, Beta, and U-Matic)

 

 

 

 

1994-1995 Goals; Get with the Program; Iodine, the Kiwanis Solution; CMNT; HOBY; On to Las Vegas; TRT (VHS)

 

V0300

 

 

20/20 Audrey Hepburn Interview Jan 22, 1993 (U-matic)

 

V0099

 

 

Abe Lincoln Awards 2001, Kiwanis Indianapolis Downtown (VHS)

 

V0256

 

 

Audrey Hepburn Visits Somalia, Sept 1993, Overview and B-roll (U-matic)

 

V0078

 

 

Audrey Hepburn Tribute: Audrey Hepburn in Central America, Thailand, Bangladesh and Vietnam, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0088

 

 

Barbara Bush Video Message, Kiwanis International Convention, June 21, 1990 (U-matic)

 

V0089

 

 

Board Debriefing, Terry Shaffer Exec. Director, c. 1999 (U-matic)

 

V0174

 

 

“Bowling Alone” news report on the decrease in people joining clubs and organizations, with Roger Rosenblatt, c. 1995 (VHS)

 

V0320

 

 

Bridge to One World, Kiwanis Club TN, n.d (6 tapes) (Betacam small)

 

V0132-V0137

 

 

Building Membership, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0183

 

 

Changing the World Forever: The Kiwanis Fight Against IDD June 16, 2003 (Betacam small)

 

V0245

 

 

Children’s Miracle Network 1995-1996 (VHS)

 

V0284

 

 

Children’s Miracle Network Kiwanis PSAs, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0296

 

 

Children’s Miracle Network Club Promotion with Marie Osmond, 2000 (VHS)

 

V0335

 

 

Children’s Miracle Network, Kiwanis Presentations, 1983-1990 (U-matic)

 

V0159

 

 

Children’s Miracle Network Telethon, October 1987 (VHS)

 

V0285

 

 

Children’s Miracle Network, Thank You, July 7, 2000 (VHS)

 

V0331

 

 

Children’s Miracle Network 2002 Spot, March 19, 2002 (VHS)

 

V0276

 

 

Children of Peace stock footage, n.d. (Betacam small)

 

V0230

 

 

Christel House – Flame of Hope, with Christel DeHaan, n.d. (Betacam small)

 

V0231

 

 

Circle K Club, Declare Your Commitment, Dilgado W. Bank, November 15, 1987 (VHS)

 

V0327

 

 

Circle K International “Focus on the Future: Children,” June 21, 1993 (VHS)

 

V0147

 

 

Circle K International, “Impact of the Individual,” 1991-92 Theme and Emphasis Program (VHS)

 

V0146

 

 

Circle K International Marketing: Taking the Lead, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0150

 

 

Circle K International Theme and Emphasis Program, “Involve Tomorrow’s Leaders Today,” 1987-1989

 

V0166

 

 

Circle K International Theme and Emphasis Program, 1991-1993

 

V0168

 

 

Clinton Public Service Address on Immigration; Story of Resource-mobile of Dade County, Florida; Canadian Duck Race; Camp; K-Bar-B Ranch, New Orleans, Iceland Travelogue, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0322

 

 

CNN Larry King Weekend, Interview David Blackmer, March 4, 1995 (VHS)

 

V0341

 

 

D.D.U.Y.D. Training Seminar, April 28, 2003 (VHS)

 

V0325

 

 

“Dancing with the Moon” June 4, 1999 (Betacam small)

 

V0243

 

 

International President Eyjolfur Sigurdsson Presentation March 8, 1996 (VHS)

 

V0253

 

 

Explore the World with AYUSA International High School Exchange Programs (Kiwanis Leadin) n.d. (VHS)

 

V0292

 

 

Father Pedro: Apostle of the Garbage People, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0263

 

 

Global Forum II, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0281

 

 

Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, 1992 (U-matic)

 

V0178

 

 

Good Morning America Blackmore, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0086

 

 

“Gospel of Love” Father Pedro Opeka, Madagascar (VHS)

 

V0267

 

 

Governors-Elect Conference, 1989-1990 (3 tapes) (U-matic)

 

V0171-V0173

 

 

Governors-Elect Conference Prep, 1989-1990 (U-matic)

 

V0170

 

 

“Hands of Love and Hope” project with Tom Brokaw; Interview with Sister Suzy, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0318

 

 

HOBY, Community Leadership Workshop (CLEW), c. early 1990s (VHS)

 

V0338

 

 

Holt International – Celebrating Grandma Bertha Holt, n.d. (Betacam small)

 

V0234

 

 

How Good Is Your Club?, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0185

 

 

Inform, Induct, Involve, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0182

 

 

Indianapolis News Coverage: Feb 14, 1998: WRTV, WISH, WTHR, and WXIN: Calvin Banks Honored; Feb 14, 1998 WISH Interview with Terry Shaffer (VHS)

 

V0317

 

 

International Conference on Children, June 19-22, 2003 (VHS)

 

V0307

 

 

Interviews with Wil Bleckman, Kiwanis Healthy Baby Campaign, Indianapolis WTTV and WTHR, October 2, 1990 (VHS)

 

V0310

 

 

Introducing the Cameron Heights Kiwanis Club, Kitchner, Ontario, Canada, 1998 (VHS)

 

V0220

 

 

An Invitation to Membership, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0144

 

 

Iodine Deficiency Disorders – Roger Moore. Kiwanis World Service Project. 1996-1997 (Betacam large)

 

V0238

 

 

“It Takes a Child” n.d. (VHS)

 

V0258

 

 

IDD PSAs: Salt is the Solution; All the Salt in China; Partners in Salt Iodization (VHS)

 

V0278

 

 

IDD Roger Moore PSA (Network Version) (Betacam large, Betacam small, and VHS)

 

V0239, V0248, V0262

 

 

Kansas Underground Salt Museum: Underground Bound (VHS)

 

V0303

 

 

Keeping the Promise: A Report to Kiwanians by Roger Moore, Montreal 1998; Chaning the World Forever, Kiwanis-UNICEF IDD PSAs; Kiwanis-WTA PSAs; Kiwanis: A World Change: Fighting Against IDD (VHS)

 

V0273

 

 

Key Club International 75th Anniversary Video, May 5, 2000 (VHS and Betacam small)

 

V0190, V0114

 

 

Key Club International “1998-99 MEP” (Starring KC the Ant), March 6, 1998 (Betacam small)

 

V0112

 

 

Key Club International “Caring. Our Way of Life.” Sept. 27, 1994 (U-matic)

 

V0158

 

 

Key Club International Major Emphasis Program Video:  “Children: Their Future, Our Focus,” 2000, (VHS)

 

V0186

 

 

Key Club International “Children: Their Future, Our Focus,” Feb. 23, 2000 (Betacam small)

 

V0113

 

 

Key Club International Convention Dr. Jim Wand: Hypnotist, April 17, 1998 (VHS)

 

V0187

 

 

Key Club International Convention, Closer Convention Highlights, 1998 (Betacam large)

 

V0118

 

 

Key Club International Convention Opening Session, July 4, 1999 (VHS)

 

V0191

 

 

Key Club International Convention Service Partner and District Recognition, Jim Wand, Hypnotist, July 5, 1999 (VHS)

 

V0192

 

 

Key Club International Convention Awards Luncheon, 1999 (VHS)

 

V0193

 

 

Key Club International Convention Candidate’s Session, 1999 (VHS)

 

V0194

 

 

Key Club International Convention Talent and Awards Night, July 6, 1999 (VHS)

 

V0195

 

 

Key Club International Convention Farewell Breakfast, Convention Closer, and KC-TV, July 7, 1999 (VHS)

 

V0196

 

 

Key Club International Call to Convention, Orlando, FL, 2000 (VHS)

 

V0189

 

 

Key Club International Opening Session, July 1, 2000 (VHS)

 

V0167

 

 

Key Club International Convention Talent and Awards Night, July 3, 2000 (VHS)

 

V0197

 

 

Key Club International Convention Closer and KC-TV, 2000 (VHS)

 

V0198

 

 

Key Club International Farewell Session, July 5, 2000 (VHS)

 

V0199

 

 

Key Club International Farewell Session, Convention Closer, and KC-TV, 2000 (VHS)

 

V0200

 

 

Key Club International Convention, Opening Session, 2000 (Betacam large) (2 tapes)

 

V0119-V0120

 

 

Key Club International Convention, Talent/Awards, 2000 (Betacam large) (2 tapes)

 

V0121-V0122

 

 

Key Club International Convention, Farewell Breakfast, 2000 (Betacam large) (2 tapes)

 

V0123-V0124

 

 

Key Club International Convention, KC-TV, 2000 (Betacam large)

 

V0125

 

 

Key Club International Call to Convention Video, 2001 (VHS)

 

V0165

 

 

Key Club International, North Central High School, Tape 2, n.d. (Betacam small)

 

V0116

 

 

Key Club International T&E Program, 1990-1991; 1989-90 Key Club T&E Program; 1989 Circle K T&E Program (Omni); 1987-89 Circle K T&E Program; June 1990 Builders Club Presentation; 1986 “Caring Our Way of Life” (VHS)

 

V0148

 

 

Key Club International, “Take a Child’s Hand,” Feb. 2, 1999 (D2 Video)

 

V0110

 

 

Key Club International, Two PSA Spots, with Bill Nelsons, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0117

 

 

Kiwanis 2005 Year End Highlights Jan 5 2006 (Betacam small)

 

V0128

 

 

Kiwanis Case Van Kleef Charge to Club Presidents, April 27, 2004 (VHS)

 

V0254

 

 

Kiwanis Case Van Kleef Charge to Lieutenant Governers, April 27, 2004 (VHS)

 

V0255

 

 

Kiwanis/Children’s Miracle Network Public Service Address, Marie Osmond, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0176

 

 

Kiwanis/CMNT Promo Video, 1993 (VHS)

 

V0342

 

 

Kiwanis/CMNT Promo Video featuring “Young Children” speaker Howard Silberstein, Kiwanian/ Telethon Coordinator, 1993-1994 (VHS)

 

V0339

 

 

Kiwanis Club of Macon, Georgia, “Serving the Children of the World” n.d. (VHS)

 

V0261

 

 

Kiwanis – Sharing the Experience, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0138

 

 

The Kiwanis Experience—Fellowship & Service, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0139

 

 

Kiwanis Focus Groups Board Presentation Sept 25, 1994 (VHS)

 

V0131

 

 

Kiwanis Global One, May 1, 2008 (Mini DV tape)

189

V0127

 

 

Kiwanis: Helping Hospitals Help Kids (VHS)

 

V0299

 

 

Kiwanis-Kinglsey House Playground TV Coverage, 2002 International Convention (VHS)

 

V0249

 

 

Kiwanis in South Africa, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0251

 

 

Kiwanis International 75th Anniversary Celebration, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0323

 

 

Kiwanis International 75th Anniversary Celebration office tour, 1990 (VHS)

 

V0259

 

 

Kiwanis International 1992-93 (VHS)

 

V0237

 

 

Kiwanis International ASAE Summit Award Winner, 1995 (U-matic)

 

V0235

 

 

Kiwanis International AAP Immunization Mini-doc and PSAs, Hotel Reel, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0202

 

 

Kiwanis International Anthem AAP PSA and Mini-Doc, 1995 (U-matic)

 

V0240

 

 

Kiwanis International, A World Changing Fight Against IDD, Kiwanis Youth in Action, n.d. (U-matic, D2, and VHS)

 

V0075, V0111, V0280

 

 

Kiwanis International, “Caring—Our Way of Life,” April 6, 2000 (Betacam small)

 

V0115

 

 

Kiwanis International Club of Peterborough “Max” Introduction, 1998 (VHS)

 

V0336

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention “Women’s Amendment Discussion,” July 10, 1984 (VHS)

 

V0143

 

 

Kiwanis International Convention, Nashville, 1997, Honorary Chairman Roger Moore (VHS)

 

V0302

 

 

87th Kiwanis International Convention, Address by the International President-Designate: Juan F. “Ito” Torres, Jr., MD, June 25, 2002 (VHS)

 

V0337

 

 

Kiwanis International, Dancing with the Moon, Revised May 27, 1999 (VHS)

 

V0326

 

 

Kiwanis International Detroit 1990, March 1, 1990 (U-matic)

 

V0305

 

 

Kiwanis International Dues Video (Shortened Version), Oct. 2003 (VHS)

 

V0312

 

 

Kiwanis International Dues Video (Shortened Version) Loop Tape, Oct. 2003 (VHS)

 

V0334

 

 

Kiwanis International Dues Increase, Sanders Communication, c. 2003 (VHS)

 

V0313

 

 

Kiwanis International Foundation, “The Hero Within,” c. 2000s (VHS)

 

V0329

 

 

Kiwanis International Goals, Theme & Major Emphasis Program, “Encourage Excellence,” 1989-1990 (VHS)

 

V0332

 

 

Kiwanis International Goals, 1991-1992 (U-matic)

 

V0157

 

 

Kiwanis International Goals 1997-1998 (VHS)

 

V0343

 

 

Kiwanis International Goals, 1997-1998; Young Children, Priority One; Children’s Miracle Network; On to Montreal; Worldwide Service Project (VHS)

 

V0279

 

 

Kiwanis International: Helping Hospitals Help Kids, Drew Bledsoe Key Club Message, 2000-2001 (VHS)

 

V0151

 

 

Kiwanis International Immunization Documentary with Bill Clinton, n.d. (VHS and U-matic)

 

V0102, V0205

 

 

Kiwanis International Immunization Documentary, Spanish, n.d. (VHS and U-matic)

 

V0103, V0204

 

 

Kiwanis International Immunization Video, English and Spanish (VHS)

 

V0301

 

 

Kiwanis International Liability Insurance Program, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0140

 

 

Kiwanis International January 2006 Session All Play Master December 15, 2005

 

V0211

 

 

Kiwanis International: Kiwanis IDD Stories on ABC Affiliates, Nov 9, 1999 (Betacam small)

 

V0246

 

 

Kiwanis International Membership Orientation Video, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0104

 

 

Kiwanis International Nancy Reagan Tribute, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0085

 

 

Kiwanis International Office Tour 1993 (VHS)

 

V0260

 

 

Kiwanis International “A Part of the Solution” n.d. (VHS)

 

V0283

 

 

Kiwanis International Proposed Dues Increase, 2003 (Betacam small and VHS)

 

V0100, V0311

 

 

Kiwanis International PSA with Roger Moore, n.d. (U-Matic)

 

V0080

 

 

Kiwanis International Five PSAs and Mini-Documentary, n.d. (Betamax small)

 

V0210

 

 

Kiwanis International PSA NBA, Nov 27, 2006 (Betacam small)

 

V0209

 

 

Kiwanis International PSA Shelter, Nov 27, 2006 (Betacam small)

 

V0207

 

 

Kiwanis International Video Segments featuring Ronald and Nancy Reagan, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0162

 

 

Kiwanis International/WTA Tour PSA on IDD with Nicole Arendt (U-matic)

 

V0081

 

 

Kiwanis/WTA IDD PSA with Amanda Coetzer (VHS)

 

V0277

 

 

Kiwanis/WTA PSA – All Players, IDD, Sept 8, 1997 (Betacam small)

 

V0247

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Address “Victor Borge,” 1989 (Betacam small)

 

V0107

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Address and Volunteers in Action IV, 1993 (VHS)

 

V0328

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Announcement and Volunteers in Action V, 1996-97 (Betacam large and VHS)

 

V0203, V0333

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Address and Volunteers in Action V, 1998-1999 (U-matic)

 

V0175

 

 

Kiwanis International Volunteers in Action V – International Version, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0330

 

 

Kiwanis International Volunteers in Action V – International Version – Danish, n.d. (Betacam large)

 

V0206

 

 

Kiwanis International Public Service Spots with President George Bush, n.d. (Betacam large)

 

V0169

 

 

Kiwanis International Rose Parade Float, “Putting the Petals to the Metal,” 1999 (VHS)

 

V0154

 

 

Kiwanis International Rose Parade Float, “Ringing in the New Year,” 2000 (VHS)

 

V0153

 

 

Kiwanis International Rose Parade 2002 (VHS)

 

V0257

 

 

Kiwanis International Show Reel String, June 23, 2006 (Betacam small)

 

V0208

 

 

Kiwanis International, Sirviendo a los Ninos del mundo (Serving the Children of the World), n.d. (VHS)

 

V0142

 

 

Kiwanis International Telethon Appearances, 1992 (U-matic)

 

V0164

 

 

Kiwanis International Video Productions: “Volunteers in Action” year 3 and short, Dan Marino PSA, Jonathan Shames PSA, Gary Carter PSA, and Andy Granatelli PSA (Betamax)

 

V0242

 

 

Kiwanis International Video Release “All Their Shots, While They’re Tots” n.d. (U-matic and VHS)

 

V0074, V0244

 

 

Kiwanis International Volunteers in Action, PSAs, and Kiwanis Today Mini-Documentary, 1983-1984 (U-matic)

 

V0177

 

 

Kiwanis International, Volunteers in Action: Kiwanis Today, pre-1986 (U-matic)

 

V0163

 

 

Kiwanis International White House T.V. Dub C-Flag Award Ceremony July 23, 1987 (U-matic)

 

V0076

 

 

Kiwanis International World PSA Sept 8, 1997 (Betacam small)

 

V0214

 

 

Kiwanis International “Young Children: Priority ONE” Press Release, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0084

 

 

Kiwanis MOS Feb 2, 2005 (VHS)

 

V0321

 

 

Kiwanis Office Pickup Shots / 1996-97 Goals (D3 tape)

 

V0236

 

 

Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Center Campaign (VHS)

 

V0221

 

 

Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Center 10th Anniversary Film (VHS)

 

V0222

 

 

Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute: The Future is Now (VHS)

 

V0264

 

 

Kiwanis Press Conference on “Women” n.d. (VHS)

 

V0126

 

 

Kiwanis Provide Cool Suits to Children (HED – no sweat glands in certain kids), Ch 8 News Segments, 1998 (U-matic)

 

V0306

 

 

Kiwanis Public Service Spots and Documentaries, featuring President Reagan and Nancy Reagan, July 8 – Sept 13, 1986 (U-matic)

 

V0160

 

 

Kiwanis of Little Havana, Carnaval Miami, 1980s (VHS)

 

V0188

 

 

Kiwanis Thanks; Keeping the Promise: A report to Kiwanians by Roger Moore Montreal 1998 (Parts 1 and 2); US Committee for UNICEF “Changing the World Forever;” Kiwanis International Roger Moore PSA; Kiwanis/UNICEF/IDD PSAs (7 PSAs) n.d. (VHS)

 

V0304

 

 

Kiwanis/UNICEF/IDD PSA Spot #1-7, n.d. (Betacam small)

 

V0108

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal – Mabel Claire documentary, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0268

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal 1991 (2 tapes) (U-matic)

 

V0090-V0091

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal 1992 with acceptance speech (U-matic)

 

V0093

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal Intro 1995

 

V0083

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal 1995 – Medal Winner – “Every Child by Two” – Rosalynn Carter/Betty Bumpers (VHS)

 

V0265

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal Recipient Mother Teresa, Kiwanian Anne Ryder’s Interview with Mother Teresa, 1996 (Betacam large and VHS)

 

V0092, V0155

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal Introduction and Story, with Mother Teresa, 1996 (U-matic)

 

V0101

 

 

Kiwanis International and Mother Teresa, dub set, from CNN Library, n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0179

 

 

Mother Teresa Thank You, May 30 1996 (Betacam small)

 

V0180

 

 

Mother Teresa’s Response, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0181

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal 1997 (U-matic)

 

V0079

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal: Louise Brisette, 1998 (U-matic)

 

V0077

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal 1999 (Betacam small)

 

V0226

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal n.d. (U-matic)

 

V0082

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal Intro, n.d. (Betacam small) (2 tapes)

 

V0227, V0228

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal 2000 (Betacam small)

 

V0232

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal 2000 – Bertha Holt (Betacam small)

 

V0233

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal Binh Rybacki, 2002 (Betacam small)

 

V0229

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal – 2003 Introduction (VHS)

 

V0266

 

 

Kiwanis World Service Medal – Christe House, June 5, 2003 (Betacam small)

 

V0225

 

 

Kiwanis Worldwide Service Project Master Tape, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0274

 

 

The Lonesome Charlie Show, Interview of Gerald P. Christiano, International President, March 13, 1997 (VHS)

 

V0324

 

 

A Message from the International President, 1995-1996, Un Mensaje del Presidente Internacional 1995-1996 (Spanish) (VHS)

 

V0270

 

 

NBC Nightly News, Kiwanis and Animal Charity, October 21, 1996 (VHS)

 

V0308

 

 

NBC Today Show with Willard Scott, Jan 25, 1993

 

V0087

 

 

“One Can Make a Difference” Show Reel, June 27, 2005

 

V0212

 

 

“Un personne peut faire la difference” (French) May 2005

 

V0213

 

 

Operation Smile: 1995-96 Composite Video (VHS)

 

V0224

 

 

A Plan to reMember, n.d. (VHS)

 

V0184

 

 

Prayer for Children (CDF); Saving Babies… Acts of Courage; Success by Six (United Way); Saving Babies… In our Hands; The Answer is You (March of Dimes); Kiwanis International Children’s Miracle Network 1996-1997 (VHS)

 

V0282

 

 

President Ronald Reagan Address to International Convention, Washington, D.C., July 6, 1987 (U-matic)

 

V0156

 

 

PSA/USA 1996 Sample Reel (VHS)

 

V0201

 

 

Roger Moore’s Talk to America Interview on Worldnet Television and Voice of America radio, November 5, 1997 (VHS)

 

V0271

 

 

Roger Moore introduced at a conference as honorary chairman of the Worldwide Service Project to eliminate iodine deficiency disorders, 1990s (VHS)

 

V0272

 

 

Roger Moore at 2002 Kiwanis convention (VHS)

 

V0297

 

 

Saturday Evening Post Society: Kiwanis and Iodine Deficiency Disorder, Ray Mitchell, December 11, 1996 (VHS)

 

V0298

 

 

Stories of Progress: Romania, Laos, Panama, and Global Picture, n.d (VHS)

 

V0219

 

 

Survey of Former Members, 1996 (VHS)

 

V0130

 

 

Ted Osbourne, International Book Project, n.d. (Beta)

 

V0129

 

 

Texas/Oklahoma Chapter – North Texas Rehabilitation Hospital, 2000-2001 (Betacam small)

 

V0223

 

 

Theme, Goals and MEP, 1988-1989 (VHS)

 

V0275

 

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