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Name Fortnightly Club

Associated Records

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1000.10 - Shakespeare Class

The organization was begun in 1889/90 by members of the literary division of the Fortnightly Club: Mrs. Joshua Coit, Mrs. Frank Dorsey and Mrs. Charles Shattuck.

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NWS 1100.12 - Newspaper Articles and Clippings

This collection includes copies of published articles on various topics in the history of Winchester, most written during the late nineteenth century. The first part of the collection contains typed copies of articles, some of which combine clippings and typed information. The second part includes a collection of articles mounted into scrapbooks, plus some loose clippings (mostly now photocopied). This collection has the appearance of being the work of a local historian, perhaps a member of the Winchester Historical & Genealogical Society, attempting to collect local history at a time when there was no History of Winchester.

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ORG 1998.01 - Fortnightly Club Records

The Fortnightly Club Records consist of yearbooks from 1893 to 1990, which list members and officers of the club, committees, programs, special events, treasurer's report, federation meetings, and rules. The collection also includes newsclippings dating from 1972 to 1990. Other folders contain meeting minutes (1988-1993) and board meeting minutes (1983-1994), miscellaneous documents (1970-1993), and photographs. Items of note include a score for the "Fortnightly Song," programs from the 1927 "Carnival and Dance" and the 1937 "Historical Pageant and Charity Ball," photographs of the traditional Christmas caroling on the common, 1950s-1970s. Another folder contains material documenting the d

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ORG 2003.02 - Studio Guild Records

The collection includes organizational records of the Studio Guild from 1938-1993 with a gap in the 1980s when the secretary did not make written records. The collection contains membership lists, store records, secretary's and treasurer's reports, as well as the Guild's constitution, correspondence, and papers of the Guild's first two years. The Fortnightly Club is a related collection.

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1200.02.76 - 68 Church Street

68 Church Street, Nowell House, Queen Anne, original owner - Joseph H. Nowell, built c. 1886.