From spectrograms of about 15 A/mm in the visual region we have determined the metal content of nine stars in six galactic clusters. In all cases we have compared with Tauri of the Hyades with the following results for each cluster: Praesepe: The two stars studied in this cluster appear to have the same composition as Tau. M25: HD 170820 is normal, while HD 170886 is metal-poor by a factor of S Arguments are presented that support the possibility that the latter is not a member of M25 For the three clusters NGC 752, NGC 6633, and NGC 2548 the one star in each studied appears to be metal-poor by a factor of 2 as compared to Tau. NGC 2281: On the basis of two stars this cluster may be metal-poor by a factor of S, but it is more likely that this is a result of difficulties with the reddening and effective temperatures and that the metal deficiency is less than a factor of 2. The ratios of various metals to iron are the same as in Tau except for a deficiency of manganese in the metal-poor star HD 170886 The problem of the helium abundance is briefly discussed.