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The Euclidean Circle records consist of two series, Record books and Constitution, and span the years from 1907-1942. The first series, Record books, consists of the proceedings of the Euclidean Circle. Records include meeting minutes, member rosters and attendance records, and constitutions of the club. Frequent presentations regarding mathematical topics are highlighted, though the minutes do not fully describe the contents of these lectures. The records were kept chronologically and span two bound journals.
The second series, Constitution, consists of materials related to the Euclidean Circle’s constitution. The first is a revised constitution from 1938, and following that is an amendment to Section two of the constitution regarding the assessment and payment of club dues.