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Gymnastics -- Societies, etc.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Milo Culture Club constitution

Identifier: MSS 258
Abstract The Milo Culture Club was founded at Augustana College and Theological Seminary 16 October 1902 as an outgrowth of the Milo and La Calcirora gymnastics clubs. It was a coeducational group whose purpose was to "promote culture in general" among its members, and its motto was "More Improvement, Life's Object." his collection consists of a single item: the Milo Culture Club constitution. The constitution is handwritten on nine small sheets of note paper. Although it is undated, it was likely...
Dates: circa 1902

Moline Turner Society scrapbook

Identifier: MSS 387
Abstract The Moline Turner Society was composed of both male and female members, and the group participated in competitive gymnastics on both the local and national stage. Its members notably served as delegates to the 33rd National Turnfest held in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1926. This collection consists of a single scrapbook, possibly created by members Agnes Jane DePowell Parker and F. Oliver Parker, documenting the group's participation in the 33rd National Turnfest held in Louisville, Kentucky,...
Dates: 1926