Title: Entre Nous Records
ID: OGLMC 1400
Extent: 5.0 Linear Feet
Meeting books and scrapbooks of the Entre Nous organization.
Entre Nous was organized in 1910 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, to further the culture of its members and to fulfill worthy enterprises the club wished to undertake. Membership was by invitation and limited to a minimum of twelve, but no more than fourteen, who were elected by ballot. Meetings were generally held twice per month from October to the following May, and were hosted at the homes of members alternating by alphabetical order. Topics of discussion were chosen by the presenter. Entre Nous remains an active organization in Grand Forks to this day.
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Restrictions: Available for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections.
Rights: See Certificate of Gift forms - Entre Nous members are granted the right to borrow materials from the collection as needed.
Acquisition Note: Source: June Christiansen, Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Subsequent deposits were made (2010-3063 and 2014-3262) by Susan Christiansen
Preferred Citation: (Description of Item) Entre Nous Records. OGLMC 1400, Box #, Folder #. Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.
Finding Aid Revisions: Revised and updated in December 2014
Collection Material Type: Organizational Records
Scope and Contents: The Entre Nous Records consist of ten meeting books, spanning 1910 to 2000, primarily containing secretarial minutes, and seven scrapbooks, 1938-2010. In addition to minutes, the meeting books include constitutions and bylaws (with revisions), newspaper clippings, attendance records, annual reports, and discussion topics. Some of the topics for discussion were book reviews, history of the fifty states, current events, European subjects, drama, art, travel, religion, and literature. The scrapbooks contain photographs, newspaper articles, and other mementos of Entre Nous meetings and activities. One folder of member letters with reflections on the 1997 Red River flood are also included.