Charters and articles of incorporation
Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form TermsScope Note: Instruments that establish bodies politic or other organizations, or that grant rights, liberties, or powers to their citizens or members and for the governing documents that set forth the basic terms of a corporation's existence.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box B360.05.0038: Series B360.05 [U186023258761]
Overview Oversized photographs including PR scenes of patients being wlecomed and leaving, doctors looking at x-rays, doctor meeting with patient, patients learning leatherworking, interior building shots, headshots, some landscape elevations and building drawings. Also the charter for the Auxiliary Guild of Baltimore. Print of girl lighting candle and printer mockups for a new years card using the image and another card mock up with an image of a man with a shofar.
Dates: circa 1930-circa 2000
Overview Articles of Incorporation for the Chicago Hide, Fur, and Wool House and a Stockholder'Special Meeting for the Chicago Furniture and Supply Company. Both companies were in Douglas, Wyoming, The officers and stockholders of the Chicago Hide company were George D. Bercu, Louis Bercu, Kathy Anthens, C.D. Zimmerman and S. D. Weller. The stockholders of the furniture company were George D. Bercu, I. S. Mistachkin and H. Mistachkin. The Mistachkins were brothers-in-law of George Bercu.
Overview Two Denver Hadassah group Charters: 1) The Mt. Scopus Group signed by the 29 founding members in 1976 and 2) the Golda Meir Nurses Council Group signed by the 18 founding members in 1993.
Dates: 1976 June 29, 1993 May 10
Overview Collection contains the charter for the Order Sons of Zion Denver Chapter Subordinate Camp No. 32 established on March 10, 1911. The Order Sons of Zion was a Jewish Fraternal Organization based in New York City. The charter is a print done in back ink and blue. Image of an Angel over crowded streets and buildings pointing over an ocean toward Jerusalem and the Citadel of David, with a village and farmers below.
Dates: 1911 March 10