The Freolac Club was organized in 1916 to bring together men of culture, having diverse interests and professions, who were concerned with keeping alive their quest for knowledge and truth in many fields of intellectual interest. Meetings are held once a month during the months of October to December and February to June. Members present papers on a topic of interest to them. Until 1981, members attending the meeting would provide critical feedback on papers presented. After this date, this practice was discontinued.
Scope and Contents
This collection contains correspondence, meeting announcements, newspaper
clippings, biographical material, program schedules, reports, rosters of members,
copies of delivered speeches, recording of select speeches on audio cassette,
lecture notes for presentations, and miscellaneous material. Dates of the material
range from 1968 to 2006.
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