Finding aid for the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce Photographs

Repository: Western Reserve Historical Society
Creator: Lakewood Chamber of Commerce
Title: Lakewood Chamber of Commerce Photographs
Dates: 1920-1956
Extent: 0.20 linear feet (1 container)
Abstract: The Lakewood Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1911 for the advancement of the commercial, industrial, and civic interests of the city of Lakewood, Ohio. Collection consists of minutes, annual reports, financial records, budget reports, membership lists, news releases and other documents of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce, and records of the Lakewood Community Center, the Lakewood Merchants Council, the Lakewood Junior Chamber of Commerce, and several neighborhood business associations. The collection consists of mounted and unmounted photographs mainly of various groups in the Lakewood, Ohio area. Included are group photographs of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce board of directors and annual meetings; the Lakewood American Legion mounted unit; Slovak groups, including the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Union; various military groups; blue star mothers; boy and girl scouts; recipients of fire prevention award plaques; theatrical, musical, and school groups; a wedding; an antique car show; Christmas scenes; the Hi Toppers; ice skating parties; a Lakewood group at the White House (including Herbert Hoover); various safety patrol units; and camping on the Rocky River near Mastick Road.
PG Number PG 058
Location: closed stacks
Language: The records are in English