Lincoln Story Tellers’ League (Lincoln, Neb.) [RG3728.AM]

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RG3728.AM:  Lincoln Story Tellers’ League (Lincoln, Nebraska)



Records:  1911-1921

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Neb.:  Club for the study and telling of children’s stories

Size:  1 folder and 1 reel of microfilm



BACKGROUND NOTE



The Lincoln Story Tellers’ League was organized on November 17, 1910. The object of the League was “to study the value of various kinds of stories for children and the art of telling them.” The group met once a month during the months of October-May.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of 14 items of manuscript material dating from 1911-1921. This material relates to the activities of the Lincoln Story Tellers’ League. Included are constitutions of the local and national leagues; minutes, 1914-1921; year books, 1911-1919, providing membership lists; and correspondence, 1915-1921.



DESCRIPTION



Constitutions of the Lincoln Story Tellers’ League and the National Story Tellers’ League, undated

Minutes, 1914-1921 (on microfilm)

Year books of the Lincoln Story Tellers’ League, 1911-1919, and the National Story Tellers’ League, 1917-1918

Correspondence, 1915-1921

Membership List, undated



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Clubs — Nebraska

Lancaster County (Neb.) — History

Lincoln Story Tellers’ League (Lincoln, Neb.)

Lincoln (Neb.) — History

Storytellers — Nebraska

Storytelling — Nebraska



 



AIP/ksa   09-1992

11-18-2009   Revised TMM

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