Commercial Club of Boston Records, 1874-1933, (bulk 1880-1916).

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Commercial Club of Boston (Mass.). Commercial Club of Boston Records, 1874-1933, (bulk 1880-1916).

Commercial Club of Boston Records, 1874-1933, (bulk 1880-1916).

Commercial Club of Boston records consists of administrative records of the Commercial Club. The materials document club events and activities, including a luncheon attended by President William McKinley in 1899, and trips to Cuba and Panama. Also includes some items of commercial clubs in other American cities.

11 linear feet (32 boxes).

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