The Commonwealth Club - Cincinnati, Directory, September 2010
Scope and Contents
The first box contains information from Armstrong's 1971-1973 tenure as Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee for the Peace Corps, specifically his trip to Korea, along with initial planning documents for the Aviation Safety Institute for which Armstrong served in an advisory capacity in the early 1970s. Also included is correspondence, guides, brochures and miscellaneous items from his membership in the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews.
The second box contains material related to the Commonwealth Club and Commercial Club of Cincinnati for which Armstrong was a member. According to printed material in this series, the two clubs worked to exchange ideas, educate and inform its members in matters of commercial, cultural and civic importance, with the goal that such an organization would be a force for good in Greater Cincinnati.
- September 2010
Language of Materials
From the Collection: 221.700 Cubic Feet (301 letter-size full-width manuscript boxes, 43 letter-size half-width manuscript boxes, 34 cubic feet boxes, 32 legal-size full-width manuscript boxes, five legal-size half-width manuscript boxes, 31 flat boxes, 27 small archival boxes, four shoe boxes, two large textile boxes, two flat file drawers, eight framed items, a suitcase and a briefcase)