The Joseph A. Caulder Collection
Past Rotary International Director 1928-29   -  Regina, Sask., Canada

"Eyewitness to Rotary International's First 50 Years"

 


JOSEPH A. CAULDER - An eyewitness to Rotary International's first 50 years.

Combined Index - Books I, II, III, IV (as compiled by Joe Caulder)

 

 

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COMBINED INDEX

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PAUL P. HARRIS - Third President of Chicago No. I and first President of the National Ass'n of Rotary Clubs. Pres. of The National Ass'n for two years, 1910-11 and 1911-12.

CHESLEY R. PERRY - Sec'y and General Secretary from 1910 to 1942

I 11 Perry joins Rotary No. 1
II J1 and J2 Tribute to Perry
II J3 to J12 Tribute to Perry by The Rotarian
III B1 to B3 Perry in the first issue of The National Rotarian Jan. 1911
III B4-B5 In the first issue in Jan. 1911
IV H1 to H15 Perry
IV I-1 toI-i14 How Young is Rotary - Perry
IV N1 to N12 Ches Perry on Paul Harris
IV O1 to O35 Perry
IV P1 to P23 Perry
IV Q1 to Q36 Rotary and Democracy, Perry
IV Z1 to Z28 Perry

CHARLIE NEWTON - The 7th Man to join Rotary

II K3-K4 The Rotary Emblem
II L1 to L7 Newton

CLIFFORD A. RANDALL - Pres. R.I. 1958-59

IV M1 to M14  

J. A. CAULDER

I 2 and 2A The Thing we call Rotary
I 53 to 57 The Toronto Club
I 138 to 141 A Sub Convention
I 142 to 145 Canadians who have rendered outstanding service
I 146 to 151 World Rotarians
I 152 Rotary's new headquarters 1954
I 154 A very special luncheon
I 225 second item
I 240 to 247F Rotary Foundation
II G8 to G14 Rotary Information
II M1 to M8 Early days in Chicago No. 1
III W1 to W10 For new members
III Q4 The Vancouver Story 
III A21 - A22 Harris in Jan. 1911
III C1 to C80 History of the organization of Toronto Club No. 55
III i-17 to i-18  
III J13-J14 J. A. Caulder on Davidson
III J17 to J26 Jim Davidson
III M12 -M13 J. A. Caulder on Davidson and J. L. Ralston
III G47 to G49 Letter from J. A. Caulder to W. C. (Bill) Rastetter, past. dir. of R.I. from Fort Wayne, Ind. re his article in Rotarian Nov. 69
IV A17 to A20 Rotary Around the World
IV B1 to B3 Why are we here?
IV S1 to S12 How it all started
IV Z42 to Z47 Early days
IV D1 to D7-6 Amusing Incidents in Rotary

SILVESTER SCHIELE - One of the original four and first President of Chicago No. I

I 9 One of the Original Four
I 161 Second Item
II H15 to H20 A Tribute to Schiele by P. Lovejoy

HARRY RUGGLES - Member No. 5 - 1905

I 20 First Code of Ethics for the printing business
I 25 to 26A Ruggles re Sheldon
I 120 Re off colour stories
I 19 First weekly bulletin
II i-1 and i-2 Ruggles re Newton
II H1 to H8 Those early days

WILL R. MANIER - Pres, R.I. 1936-37

III H1 to H27  

CRAWFORD C. MCCULLOUGH - Pres, R.I. 1921-22

III R12 A Tribute
III R16 Crawford's last Message to Rotary

EVERETT W. HILL - Pres, R.I. 1924-25

V

D7 to D19

 

RICHARD L. EVANS - Pres, R.I. 1966-67

IV D15 to D20  
IV D21 to D22  

ARTHUR FREDERICK SHELDON - Joined Chicago 1908

I 26 and 26A Ruggles on Sheldon
I 153 (last item)
II N1 to N6  
III D1 to D8 He Profits Most Who Serves Best

TOM J. DAVIS - Pres, R.I. 1941-42

I 181  
III G1 to G43 (Odd Numbers Only)

NITISH LAHARRY - Pres, R.I. 1962-63

III E1 to E2  
III i-1 to i-17  
III i-19 to 1-20  

DADDY ALLEN - He started The Crippled Children's Society

I

121 to 132

 

ROTARIANS FROM CANADA who served special service to Rotary

I

142 - 145

CHARGE TO NEW MEMBERS

I 170 - 171 Author Unknown
III W1 to W10 by J. A. Caulder

ROTARY'S Secretaries and General Secretaries

I

27 - 28

Perry, Lovejoy and Means
I 133 to 133B Lovejoy
I 133B to 133E Geo. Means
III M14 Lovejoy

ROTARY CONVENTIONS 1910 to 1914 Condensed

I 29 to 30D Chicago 1910
I 31 to 32D Portland 1911
I 33 to 34A Duluth 1912
I 35 to 36F Buffalo 1913
I 37 to 38F Houston 1914

ROTARY CONVENTIONS from the 6th 1915 at San Francisco       to 57th at Denver 1966

II

T-6-1 to T-57-3

 

SIR ANGUS MITCHELL - Pres, R.I. 1948-49

II

C-18

 

THE OFFICIAL ROTARY EMBLEM

II

K1 to K3

 

THE FIRST CLUB ROSTER - Chicago

I

13 to 15

 

THE JUNGLE by Upton Sinclair 1905

I 21  

HOW CHICAGO NO. I PAID the speakers in those early days 1905 to 1908

I 161 (third item)

EDGAR A. GUEST - Poet

I 144 and 162  
II F8  
III G4  
III R37  

OBJECTS (later changed to Object) of Rotary

I 17 The first by Chicago No. 1 1906
I 225 (top item)

SAN FRANCISCO CLUB in 1915

I 22  

CLUB STATISTICIAN

I 161

In the beginning, Business was first

THE FOUR WAY TEST - Herbert Taylor

I 163 and 163A  

THE FIVE WAY TEST - by Russ Greiner, Pres of Int. Ass'n of Rotary Club 1913-1914

I 223  

DONALD MACRAE

I 225

6th Object 1921

III F1 to F16  

J. DAVID KENNEDY, P.D.G.

III G26-28-30-32-34-36-38-40-42  

FRANCIS KATTANEH - March 57

IV J1 to J11  

ED RUGGLES, P.D.G.

IV Z29 to Z37  

GEO. W. HARRIS - The Man Who Attended Every Rotary Convention from 1913 to 1961

II O-1 to O-5  

KENNETH G. PARTRIDGE - The First Canadian to Serve a 2 Year Term on the R.I. Board 1954-55/1955-56

III J1 to J13  

ROTARY'S EARLY DAYS in Chicago No. I

II G8 to G14 J. A. Caulder
II M1 to M8  
II M9 and M10  

ROTARY'S NEW HEADQUARTERS

I 152  

WHAT IS ROTARY? by Stamp Wortley

I 153  

WHY CLASSIFICATION?

I 155  
III R19 and R20  

THE EARLY CLUBS

I 18 Haifa, Israel
I 63 Dublin, Ireland
I 18 London (last item)
I 12 San Francisco

ROTARY'S FIRST FIVE DECADES

II A1 to A14 By Perry
II B1 to B22 By McCullough
II C1 to C17 By Roth
II D1 to D20 By W. Head
II E1 to E22 By T. Warren

BRITISH ASS'N OF ROTARY CLUBS - Organized Liverpool in Oct. 1913

I 12  
I 61-62  

ROTARY CONVENTIONS Held Outside U.S.

I 24  

JAMES W. DAVIDSON - Rotary's only Honorary General Ambassador

III G43 to G45  
III J1 to J13 A Talk on Jim D.
III J14 to J16 Harold Snell
III J19 to J26 Harry Hutchcroft
III M9 to M14 J. A. Caulder

ROTARY'S DOINGS AROUND THE WORLD

III G18  

COMMENTS ON THE TOKYO CONVENTION 1961

III G20  

SOME LEGISLATIVE PROVISION

III G22  

ROTARY'S FIRST WEEKLY BULLETIN

I 19

Chicago No. I

TORONTO, CANADA, Club No. 55 - 1912

I 24 Where Toronto Stood in 1924
I 53 to 57 Toronto Club
I 134 - 135 Wm. A. Peace
I 201 (last item)
I 136 - 141 Interesting items
I 252-271 Short history
III C and D  
III C1 to C80  
IV B4 to B19 Bob Carveth

WOMEN'S SERVICE CLUBS

I 20  

MEN'S SERVICE CLUBS - When Organized

I 22 (second item)
I 190  

THE GOLDEN BOOK

I 248 to 249P  

ROTARY'S HONORARY AMBASSADORS

I 191  
III M1 to M14  

THE ROTARY FOUNDATION

I 240 to 247F  
II P1 to P17  

CODE OF ETHICS

I 67 to 70  
III R29  

ROTARY'S NAME

I 28

National Ass'n of Rotary Clubs 1910-12 Int. Ass'n of Rotary Clubs 1912-1922 Rotary International 1922 to ?

HOW PRESIDENTS WERE CHOSEN

I 60  
I 70  
I 132  

INTERNATIONAL ZONES in Rotary

I 272 - 274  

THE FIRST CONSTITUTION and By-Laws

I 39 to 49  

WHEN A FIRM PAYS its members' dues to Rotary its gets no hold on the classification

I 50  

WALTER JENKINS - Song Leader

I 250 to 251K  

ROTARY'S FIRST SIX PRESIDENTS

I 71  

ROTARY PRESIDENTS from 1910 to 1967

I 228 - 231  

WHERE INT. PRESIDENT CAME FROM and their business

I 238  

ROTARY CONVENTIONS from 1910 to 1970

I 226-227  

REGISTRATION AT CONVENTIONS

IV T1 to T3  

THE GOLDEN STRAND

IV Z39 to Z40  

AN ADDRESS BY REUBEN H. COHEN, Governor Dist. 781 - 1965-66

IV Y1 and Y2  
IV Y3 to Y26  

T. G. ROGERS,  P.D.G. Toronto

III G8

FRANK J. LASASSO, P.D.G.

I 177  
I 199  
I 198  
III G12  
III G14  

CLUBS ARE NOT OBLIGATED to report your attendance

I 201 (top item)

CLUB NUMBERING

I 201

Discontinued on June 30th, 1951 - So many clubs had been lost in the war zones in both wars that number meant nothing

WHERE ROTARY WAS FUNCTIONING on May 1, 1968

I 210 - 216  
I 232 to 233  

THE ROTARY INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK - by Past Int. Director Glen Peacock

I 218 - 222  

THE LEVYING OF FINES in Rotary

I 223 (top item)

ROTARY PUBLICATIONS - 1950

I 224  

QUOTES by Abraham Lincoln and Others

I 184 to 188  
III R33 to R42  
IV X1 and X2  
IV X3 to X10  

TOWARDS MY NEIGHBOR by C. R. Hewitt

III K1 to K5  

NATIONAL COUNCIL ON EDUCATION

III L1 to L8  

THE MOOSE JAW CLUB - No. 247

III L8  

SHORT HISTORY of District 707

II S1 to S6  
III 0-1 to 0-17  

HISTORICAL OUTLINE of R.I.

III P1 to P11  

MERRITT BAKER, Kewanee, Ill.

III P11 - P12  

THE ROUND TABLE

III R1 to R4  

ADVENTURE IN SERVICE

III Q1 to Q4  

CANADIAN ZONES for choosing an R.I. Director

III R5  

FUNDAMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ROTARY

III R5 to R7  

TEN COMMANDMENTS of a good Rotarian

III R8  
IV 0-36  

THE KING OF SWEDEN - Rotarian

III R11  

ON ATTENDANCE

III R21 - R22  

THE SPIRIT OF ROTARY

III R24  

THE MAN WHO LOST MONDAY

III R27 - R29  

PACIFIC REGIONAL CONFERENCES now called International Conferences

II 0-6  
III R27 to R28A  

DR. CHARLES E. BARKER

II Q1 to Q3  

SERIOUS AND INTERESTING HAPPENINGS in R.I.

III R30 (both items)

DEAD WOOD

III R31 - R32  

CONVENTION ATTENDANCE

I 50 (last item)
I 64
I 209  

SIDNEY B. MCMICHAEL - Toronto

I 72 (top item)

THE FIRST CANADIANS who served with the Rotary Board as Area Vice Presidents

I 65-66  

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

I 51-52  
I 217

(two first items)

THE ORIGIN OF ROTARY ANNS AND INNER WHEEL

I 90-91  

ROTARY HOSTELS

I 72

(3 lower items)

ROTARY INTERNATIONAL COUNCILS & ASSEMBLIES

I 73 to 74  
I 75  

LOCATION OF INT. COUNCILS AND ASSEMBLIES

I 77 to 78A  
I 79 - 80

Int. Institutes

WM. A. PEACE - Founder Pres. of the Toronto Club in 1912

I 134 - 135  
IV K1 to K3  
IV L1 to L4  

ROTARY'S GROWTH

I 88  

INTERESTING EVENTS in Toronto No. 55

I 136  
I 138 to 141  

DEVELOPMENT OF DISTRICTS

I 81 to 81A  
I 159

(top items)

EARLY DAYS OF ROTARY in Western Canada

I 107 (last item)

DISTRICTS HAVING CLUBS in Ont 1960-67

I 107

(top item)

TORONTO DISTRICT NUMBERS - 1915 to 1967

I 110 (top item)

THE CANADIAN ADVISORY COM.

I 108 to 108A  

DISTRICTS IN ROTARY 1915 to 1916

I 209

(this was the start)

THE FIRST SEVEN CLUB in U.S.A.

I 110 (last item)

HOW TO BRING IN A NEW MEMBER

I 111 - 112  
     

 

SIXTEEN WAYS TO WRECK A Rotary club

I 113 - 114  

TORONTO CLUB D. GOVERNORS 1915 to 1967

I 92 to 96  

GOVERNORS OF ONTARIO DISTRICTS other than Toronto's District

I 97A to 97H

R.I. BOARD MEMBERS FROM ONTARIO

I 98 to 99A  

R.I. BOARD MEMBERS FROM CANADA

I 100 to 102  
I 104 to 105a  

CANADA'S FOUR INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENTS

I 106 - 107  

SENIOR ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP

I 115 - 116  

ROTARY BUSY AROUND THE WORLD

I 117 - 119  

A ROTARY CLUB is reborn

I 276 - 277  

CLUB DUES

I 225

(last item)

ROTARY'S LARGEST CLUBS in 1960-61

I 236  

PEBBLES AND PRECIOUS STONES

III B-3-A  

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - by Marianito F. Lichanco

II R1 - R2  

A FLAG PRESENTATION - Kansas City, 1918

IV E1 to E11  

A BOUNDARY CLUB

IV U-1  

HOW ROTARY HAS GROWN

IV V1 to V2  

RESOLUTION No. 34 - 1923

I 176  
IV W1 to W6  

ROTARY INFORMATION

IV G1 to G5 Jack Wilkinson Leaside
IV P23 (last item)
IV A-1 to A-14 By Wade Taylor, Houlton, Maine

STUDENT INTERNATIONAL CENTRE - Toronto

IV A15

Opened officially Nov. 18, 1966

ROTARY'S ONWARD MARCH

IV R1 to R31  

INTERACT

IV A15  
IV D20  

THE FIRST 9 CLUBS in Canada

IV A16  

ROTARY AROUND THE WORLD by Joseph A. Caulder

IV A17 to A20  

WHY ARE WE HERE?

IV B1 to B3  

THE FOUR OBJECTS OF ROTARY - now only one

IV C-3-1 to C-3-9

By Mac MacDiarmid, Dist. 7810

REPORT ON ROTARY - by Geo, Means, 1966

IV C3 to C9 and C10  
IV Z41  

AMUSING INCIDENTS IN ROTARY by Joseph A. Caulder

IV D-1 to D7-6  

SOME EXPENSE COMPARISONS in R.I.

I 156-157  

HOW ROTARY INCOME IS SPENT 1954-55

I 158  

SPECIAL ROTARY WEEKS

I 159

last item

CLUBS NUMBER 100-1000-2000-etc

I 160  

THE LIQUOR QUESTION IN ROTARY

I 172-174  

NATIONAL ASS'N OF ROTARY CLUBS, Secretaries and Treasurers, 1910 to 1967

I 180  

UNDISTRICTED AREAS July 1st, 1959

I 182  

FIRST COMMUNITY SERVICE JOB 1906

I 192  

THE ROTARY CLUB OF TOOLO-TOLO, Finland

I 194

An Amazing Story

LANGUAGES USED IN ROTARY

I 239

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