minutes (administrative records)
Found in 303 Collections and/or Records:
Synagogue Emanu-El records
Records of Synagogue Emanu-El, the first conservative synagogue in Charleston, South Carolina. Materials document the administrative, social, educational, and spiritual activities of the congregation and its members. Also included are the records of Emanu-El’s Sisterhood, which provides major financial support for the synagogue.
Task Force meeting minutes, 2002
Contains the subseries: Correspondence, Reports, and Programs; Annual Sessions: Minutes and Programs; and Course Manuals, Study Guides and Faculty Documents. Whipper was a faculty member and division administrator.
Temple Sinai (Sumter, S.C.) records
Records of Temple Sinai, a Reform Jewish synagogue in Sumter, South Carolina. Materials document the administrative, financial, social, educational, charitable, and spiritual activities of the congregation and its members. Also included are materials documenting prominent Jewish individuals and families of Sumter, including Penina Moïse and the Moses family.
The Friendly Moralist Society Minutes (bound volume), 1841 - 1856, 1842 - 1849
Transportation Improvement Program and Annual element, 1991-1996
Holds correspondence and reports with documents relating to the Charleston Area Transporation Study (CHATS).
"Tribute to Alex and Zoe" Sanders: Correspondence, meeting minutes, and event programs, 2001
Trident Regional Education Center Advisory Board: Meeting Minutes and Correspondence , 2007
University Study Committee: Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1999
Victory Hostess Organization minutes and annual report
Monthly steering committee minutes and annual report of the Victory Hostess Organization established in Charleston, South Carolina, by Nat Shulman of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Minutes and annual report were recorded by Lenora Stine, Secretary and Chairwoman of the Jewish Welfare Board Entertainment Committee. The Victory Hostess Organization (VHO) was established to host dances and entertainment for Jewish GIs in eastern South Carolina during World War II.
Warrants signed by Anthony Ashley Cooper
Warrants signed by Anthony Ashley Cooper, Chancellor of the Exchequer of the Treasury of Great Britain relate to continuance of a pension (or annuity) granted to James Duke of Cambridge and his children and to the Lord Bishop of Winchester. Also available is a miniature copy of the minutes of the first meeting of the Carolina Proprietors in London, England on May 23, 1663, thought to be the oldest known business document in the history of South Carolina (typescript also available).