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Records of a women's reading club in Chicago, founded in 1898 to foster continued interest in the literature of Scandinavia and particularly of Norway. At bi-weekly meetings, the members reviewed and read aloud parts of books which were being…

Records and programs of a society in Chicago, organized by emigrants from Haugesund, Norway, to promote fellowship and to maintain ties with their homeland.

Includes records of meetings and 3 programs to events hosted by Karmsund.

Miscellaneous records of an amateur artists' group in Brooklyn, New York, organized under the leadership of Karl Larsen, a painter from Flekkefjord, "to stimulate interest in art among Scandinavians in America." Beginning in 1939 the members held…

Commemorative booklets published to highlight various occasions in the history of the luncheon club, an informal group meeting monthly for "good fellowship and good food." Since 1946 the club has sponsored graduate fellowships at the University of…

Correspondence, photographs, programs and clippings of a society organized in Brooklyn in 1925. Its stated purpose was "to unite fraternally young men and women of Norwegian birth or descent of good moral character to meet together and uphold the…
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