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Greater Lafayette Aquarium Society


Historical Information

The Greater Lafayette Aquarium Society (GLAS) was a hobby society that began in June of 1953 and was dedicated for those who were interested in aquarium keeping. Members would share knowledge, ideas, and tips they learned about the art of aquarium keeping at monthly meetings. A newsletter, "Looking Through the GLAS", was sent out each month to its members and consisted of information such as articles about fish, the previous month's meeting minutes, fish that were for sale, and announcements about upcoming events.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Donald Schuder collection of Greater Lafayette Aquarium Society (GLAS) publications

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSP 319
Scope and Contents The Donald Schuder Collection documents Schuder's time as a member of the Greater Lafayette Aquarium Society (GLAS). This collection includes numerous monthly newsletters titled "Looking Through the GLAS", an applicaton to join the National Aquarium Club, a January-February 1966 magazine from "Aquarium Illustrated", and an undated article from "The Aquarist Shopper".
Dates: 1966 - 1977