Monday Club records, 1891-1918

Abstract

Records for The Monday Club,a social club for faculty established in 1891.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Monday Club records, 1891-1918
Creator
The Monday Club
Extent
0.15 cubic feet (1 box)
Subjects
Patterson, James Kennedy, 1833-1922.
Kastle, Joseph H., ?-1916.
Roark, R. N.
Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky.
Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station.
University of Kentucky.
Lexington (Ky.)
College teachers -- Kentucky -- Lexington.
Clubs -- Kentucky -- Lexington.
Universities & colleges -- Kentucky -- Lexington.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by Archives Staff and rearranged by Jennifer Queen in September 2006 under the supervision of Deirdre Scaggs, University Archivist.; machine-readable finding aid created by Encoded by
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
The Monday Club was a social club for faculty established in 1891 at the Agricultural & Mechanical College of Kentucky. The club's purposes, as expressed in its constitution, were "the furthering of social intercourse and for the advancement of higher thought." Membership was open to the faculty of the Agricultural & Mechanical College of Kentucky and also to the staff of the Agricultural Experimental Station of Kentucky. The club's first President was James Kennedy Patterson, then president of Agricultural & Mechanical College of Kentucky (now University of Kentucky). Joseph H. Kastle was the first Vice President, and R. N. Roark was the first Secretary/Treasurer. Members presented academic papers at meetings.
Scope and Content
The Monday Club records consist of minutes, financial records, membership lists, and a constitution for the club.

Contents of the Collection

Large records book, 1891-1910

  • Box 1
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Small records book, 1909-1918

  • Box 1
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