The Kokoon Arts Club of Cleveland was founded in 1911 by Carl Moellman and William Sommer. Known for its modern energy and free spirit, the Club's activities included evening lectures, art instruction, two annual exhibitions, and an annual Kokoon Bal Masque. Many members were longtime May Show artists at the Cleveland Museum of Art. The Club's membership dwindled during the Great Depression and following years until it disbanded in 1956. This collection includes membership applications from 1919-1952, which have been digitized and can be viewed online, and a membership ledger. For more information, please view the finding aid below.