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Civic Club on Garbage Question
A January 11, 1904 article preserved in a Civic Club scrapbook regarding the Civic Club's interest in the city wide collection of garbage.
Expert's Report on Filtration
An article from the Civic Club column in The Patriot regarding the need for water filtration in the city
Helping to Clean Our City Poem
This poem is from "Helping to Clean Our City," a paper written by an anonymous Civic Club member in the early 1900s. It encourages citizens to participate in Cleaning Day.
Civic Club Accepts Capitol Columns
A December 1908 article regarding the Civic Club receiving columns from the old capitol building
Do Not Spit on Sidewalks
This article from a local newspaper was preserved in a Civic Club scrapbook. It concerns the Civic Club's campaign against spitting on sidewalks and in public areas in the early 1900s.
Civic Club's Triumph with Capitol Columns
A newspaper headline stating the Civic Club's new entrance to Market Street with the old capitol columns was a successful transformation of a previously hideous sight
The Civic Column
This is first column in an 1899 edition of The Patriot stating that the Civic Club will now have a column in which to discuss their civic work.
Civic Club in Session - Mira Lloyd Dock Speech
This article, "Civic Club in Session," is found in the Civic Club scrapbook and comments on Mira Lloyd Dock's presentation concerning her travels to Europe in front of the Civic Club in December 1899.
Removal of Garbage by Civic Club
This early 1900s article from a local newspaper and preserved in a Civic Club scrapbook speaks about the request of the Civic Club on the public removal of garbage from the city.
Children's Play Grounds
This is an early 1900s article about the building of three new playgrounds paid for by the Civic Club which is found in the Civic Club Scrapbook.