Dartmouth College, Green Key Society records
The collection contains correspondence, minutes, finances, membership lists, publication files, documenting activities of the Green Key Society from 1922-2007. Individual committee and activity files highlight correspondence between Green Key Society members and officials, especially advisors to the Society. Several planning books for the Society as a whole are also included.
- 1922 - 2008
- Dartmouth College. Green Key Society (Organization)
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Conditions Governing Use
Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
9.5 linear ft. (7 boxes)
Language of Materials
The Green Key Society was founded in 1921, as a sophomore service organization whose primary function was providing hospitality to visiting representatives of other colleges, primarily athletic teams. The Society has evolved into a Junior honorary service organization with responsibilities at freshman orientation, commencement, and other College events. The records contain information about the Society, its contributions to the college, correspondence, committee materials, membership lists and financial records. Faculty advisors to the Society, as well as deans and other faculty members, are the primary contacts for correspondence files. Meeting minutes detail select meetings of particular meetings and the society as a whole. Committee records detail planning and implementation of various Society events and service roles.
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