Mox Totalum Tennis Club Constitution and Minutes
Scope and Contents
The Mox Totalum Tennis Club notebook includes the hand-written constitution of the club from its formation in 1900, a membership list of 13 named individuals from 1901 and 20 individuals from 1902, as well as a short list of dues paid that is pinned to the end of the notebook.
- Mox Totalum Tennis Club (Organization)
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The Mox Totalum Tennis Club operated in Forest Grove, Oregon, in the early 1900s. It was a tennis club with a membership of one to two dozen players, both male and female. The members included prominent faculty from Pacific University, including James W. Marsh and H. L. Bates. It held meetings on a monthly basis. The name of the club, Mox Totalum, appears to have been a scholarly joke -- it does not translate directly from Latin, but might be a Dog Latin version of the phrase, "Next Total," or perhaps "Next Score." Records for the group only exist from 1900-1902, so its activities outside of the monthly meetings are unknown.
1 folders (1 volume in 1 folder)
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The Mox Totalum Tennis Club operated in Forest Grove, Oregon, in the early 1900s. The collection consists of a handwritten notebook, which includes its constitution, membership lists, and dues records.
Housed in MS File Box 3.
No accruals are expected.
- Guide to the Mox Totalum Tennis Club Constitution and Minutes
- Michele Castro
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