Rutland Chamber of Commerce Records
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The Rutland Chamber of Commerce collection contains correspondence, minutes of meetings, notes, publications, scrapbooks, and other papers which serve to document the activities of the Chamber. The collection is arranged alphabetically by subject, with organizational records collected in carton one and scrapbooks placed at the end (carton 5).
- Rutland (Vt.) Chamber of Commerce (Organization)
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Collection is open for research.
All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Manuscripts.
The Rutland Chamber of Commerce, formerly the Merchants Association of Rutland (1898-1902) and the Rutland Businessmen's Association (1912-1920), was founded on March 16, 1920, and presently continues activities in the Mead building in Rutland, Vermont. The Chamber's primary concern is the business and industrial development of the Rutland area. During its seventy years of service, the Chamber has sponsored many innovative cultural and recreational programs, including the Rutland Bicentennial Celebration (1961) and the Winter carnival (1951-1962).
5 Linear Feet (5 cartons)
The Rutland Chamber of Commerce collection contains correspondence, minutes of meetings, notes, publications, scrapbooks, and other papers which serve to document the activities of the Chamber.
Library Research Annex.
Gift of the Rutland Historical Society, April 23, 1976
- Guide to the Rutland Chamber of Commerce Records, 1898-1967
- Processor: M. Mario.
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