The Resource Modern Woodmen of America (Mountain Valley Camp) Minute Book

Modern Woodmen of America (Mountain Valley Camp) Minute Book

Label
Modern Woodmen of America (Mountain Valley Camp) Minute Book, 1907-1923
Title
Modern Woodmen of America (Mountain Valley Camp) Minute Book
Inclusive dates
1907-1923
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Modern Woodmen of America (Mountain Valley Camp) Minute Book, 1907-1923, contains names of lodge officers and charter members, attendance records, and minutes, 1907-1917. Minutes document committee appointments, election of new members, and other business. The volume also contains records of dues paid by members and other accounts, 1917-1923
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Biographical or historical data
  • Bedford County probably was named for John Russell, fourth duke of Bedford, who, as secretary of state for the southern department from 1748 to 1751, had general supervision of colonial affairs. It was formed from Lunenburg County in 1753, and parts fo Albemarle and Lunenburg Counties were added later.
  • Modern Woodmen of America was founded in 1883 by Joseph Cullen Root, an Iowa businessman, to provide financial services, life insurance, and opportunities for fellowship for men ages 18 to 45. The Mountain Valley Camp was organized at Rusher's Store in Montvale, in Bedford County, in 1907.
Cataloging source
Vi
Label
Modern Woodmen of America (Mountain Valley Camp) Minute Book
Note
  • These records came to the Library of Virginia in a transfer of court papers from Bedford County
  • The collection is located at the State Records Center. Contact Archives Research Services for access information, directions, and hours
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
1
Immediate source of acquisition
Bedford County Circuit Court
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
001633539
Type of unit
v. (160 p.)

Library Locations

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