Lincoln Woman’s Bowling Association (Lincoln, Neb.) [RG1181.AM]

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RG1181.AM:  Lincoln Woman’s Bowling Association (Lincoln, Nebraska)



Misc. records:  1954-1964

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska:  Bowling club

Size:  One folder



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection includes miscellaneous materials relating to the Lincoln Woman’s Bowling Association, the Nebraska Woman’s Bowling Association, and the Woman’s International Bowling Congress, Inc. The Lincoln Woman’s Bowling Association materials include a copy of the constitution and by-laws, as well as banquet programs from 1959-1961. The Nebraska Woman’s Bowling Association materials include annual reports (1957-1958 and 1959-1960), as well as standing rules and minutes from 1954. The Woman’s International Bowling Congress materials include officer reports from 1962 and the “Rules for Leagues” from 1956-1957. Also included are a membership card certifying that Virginia Kimball was a part of the Woman’s International Bowling Congress, and some information regarding the 1964 Nebraska State Women’s Bowling Tournament in Lincoln, Nebraska.



 



Subject headings:



Bowling — Nebraska

Bowling — Nebraska — Lincoln

Lincoln Woman’s Bowling Association (Lincoln, Nebraska)

Lincoln (Nebraska) — History

Nebraska Woman’s Bowling Association

Sports — Nebraska

Woman’s International Bowling Congress, Inc.



 



Revised TMM        04-03-2009

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