Women -- Japan
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Dorothy Hamilton Brush papers
Japan, circa 1919-1943
Japan, circa 1916-1950
Japan, circa 1916-1940
Japan, circa 1916-1940
Japan, circa 1916-1939
Japan, circa 1921-1950
Japan, circa 1918
Japan: Buildings, circa 1918-1951
Photographs of the interiors and exteriors of young women's Christian association buildings in Japan.
Japan: Camping, circa 1949-1963
Photographs of young women's Christian association camp programs in Japan. YWCA's host overnight and day camps for local women and girls. The camps offer a chance for outdoor recreation, handicraft, leadership training and relaxation. Photographs include images of the YWCA Camp at Lake Nojiri, participants in the working mother's camp, handicraft classes and camp groups.
Japan: Celebrations, ceremonies and pageants, 1918-1963
Photographs of young women's Christian association celebrations, pageants and ceremonies in Japan. Included are photographs of Christmas pageants, World Fellowship Week programs and anniversary celebrations.
Japan: Classes, circa 1920-1971
Photographs of domestic science, English language and vocational classes at young women's Christian associations in Japan.
Japan: Conferences, circa 1907-1920
Group photographs at young women's Christian association conferences in Japan.
Japan: Contact sheets and negatives, circa 1960-1969
Contact sheets of photographs taken at young women's Christian association clubs, programs and classes.
Japan: Flower arrangement and tea ceremony, circa 1932-1970
As part of their programs, young women's Christian associations in Japan offer classes and training in traditional Japanese customs such as flower arranging, tea ceremonies and calligraphy. Photographs depict participants and instructors in addition to tea ceremonies in progress.
Japan: Groups, circa 1922-1966
Group photographs from young women's Christian association programs, clubs and activities in Japan. The photographs include images of YWCA classes, posed groups and special events.
Japan: Kure scrapbook, 1948
These unbound scrapbook pages document the development of the Kure YWCA in a former navy building. A collaborative effort from the YWCA of Japan and advisory leaders from the YWCA of the USA, the YWCA of Kure brings Christianity and association programs to women in Kure. Among the influential leaders is Ms. Jean Begg. The scrapbook emphasizes the effect the programs have on the lives of women in the post-war society.
Japan: Miscellaneous, circa 1909-1970
Photographs of young women's Christian association activities, buildings, groups and leaders in Japan and postcards depicting scenes from around Japan. Photographs of buildings include images of damage following an earthquake.
Japan: Program, circa 1922-1970
Photographs of program activities from young women's Christian associations in Japan. Photographs show women and teenage girls engaged in discussion groups and using association libraries and also include photographs from an association bazaar.
Japan: Staff and volunteers, circa 1923-1971
Group photographs and snapshots of the staff and volunteers of young women's Christian associations in Japan.
Japan: Women at work, circa 1920
Photograph of a woman and a man working at a small doll factory.
Japan: Y-Teens, general, circa 1951-1966
Y-Teen programs at young women's Christian associations in Japan provide an opportunity for teenage girls to participate in YWCA life. The program includes classes and discussion groups and teens participate in their own program planning. Photographs show Y-Teen members participating in club activities. Photographs include individual and group shots.
Japan: Y-Teens, Motoko Hayashi, 1964
Photographs of Motoko Hayashi, a Y-Teen in the YWCA of Tokyo. The photographs present a story of the life of a Y-Teen in Japan and were created to acquaint American girls with the lives of girls in Japan. The accompanying descriptive profile introduces Motoko and her invovlement in the YWCA of Tokyo
Japan: Y-Teens, Taeko Matsutani, 1964
Photographs of Taeko Matsutani, a Y-Teen in the YWCA of Tokyo. The photographs present a story of the life of a Y-Teen in Japan and were created, along with a descriptive profile of Taeko, to acquaint American girls with the lives of girls in Japan.