Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Issues of the twice yearly YWCA publication, "The Health Education Bulletin". Each issue addresses health issues of the time, suggests programming, makes announcements and provides program resources. In addition, the bulletins address social and physical wellness and make recommendations for health education in all areas.
Reports of health education conventions and institutes convey health education focuses of the times, recommend activities, summarize lectures, and make announcements. Health education includes sex education, recreation activities, physical fitness, weight and appearance, mental well-being, and social health. Institutes provide training for health education secretaries in the YWCA of the U.S.A.
Minutes and reports of committees and commissions to study and develop programing for the family and personal relationship needs of members. This includes developing education programs, cooperation with other departments in implementation, offering advisory services and materials to local associations and developing policy and statements concerning family and personal relationships. The microdex begins with a brief index of the committees and the dates they cover.
Includes small amounts of mostly printed material on subjects related to women, including aging and aged women, alcoholism, anarchism, costume, fascism, friendship, girls, Nazism, physically handicapped women, postage stamps, rural women, sex, sex education, female sexuality, single women, taxation, tobacco, and witchcraft. Material includes printed material, books, cassette tapes, correspondence, position papers, questionnaires, reports, memorabilia, and stamps.
War Work Council Social Morality Committee and Volunteer Workers' Bureau minutes and reports, 1913-1921
Social morality lectures by Dr. Mabel Ulrich.
Reports, pamphlets and handbooks of the Social Morality Committee of the War Work Council of the YWCA of the U.S.A. Through lectures, films and publicity the Social Morality Committee seeks to educate girls and young women on the social dangers that present during wartime and the patriotic duty to uphold high moral standards, particularly when it comes to the relationships between men and women.