World War, 1914-1918 -- Women
Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:
Social morality lectures by Dr. Mabel Ulrich.
Handbook for speakers speaking about the war work of the YWCA of the U.S.A. and bulletins concerning war work opportunities for students during World War I.
"An Industrial Notebook" is a compilation of materials gathered by the Industrial Committee of the War Work Council of the YWCA of the U.S.A. concerning the effect World War II has on industry. The notebook is divided into topical sections that the holder of the notebook adds to as the Industrial Committee sends additional pages.
Reports, pamphlets and bulletins concerning the industrial work of women during World War I arranged alphabetically by title.
A report from the Junior Council to the Executive Committee of the YWCA of the U.S.A. concerning its role with the Patriot League and documents concerning the Land Service Committee of the YWCA of the U.S.A., a committee responsible for establishing and equipping housing for women farm laborers in areas where resources are not already existing.
A collection of lectures on the employment of women industry during World War I and the problems and issues surrounding the expanded demand on women workers.
Documents concerning the war work of the YWCA of the U.S.A. during World War I in Czechoslovakia and France. Narrative reports give summaries of the YWCA of the U.S.A. activities, conditions faced and progress made. In France, YWCA of the U.S.A. war work includes hostess houses, a training school and operating foyers. Other documents include correspondence, bulletins of the American Women's Club in Paris and a pamphlet on the American YWCA in France.
Contains the YWCA of the USA Subject File, also known as the "Central" or "Record" File. It is in 3 parts: 2a contains materials dated between 1899 and 1950 (reels 17-160), 2b contains materials dated from 1951-60 (reels 226-252), 2c contains materials dated from 1961-70 (reels 283-322).
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.
Documents concerning the International Conference of Women Physicians, a conference organized by the Social Morality Committee of the War Work Council of the YWCA of the U.S.A. in response to the social problems that came with the expanding social and economic role of women during World War I. Included are lists of delegates, conference programs, short biographies of international women physicians attending, and reports of the lectures and discussions of the conference.
Proceedings of the International Conference of Women Physicians, a conference organized by the Social Morality Committee of the War Work Council of the YWCA of the U.S.A. in response to the social problems that came with the expanding social and economic role of women during World War I.
Documents concerning the work of the War Work Council of the YWCA of the U.S.A. and YWCA of the U.S.A. war relief activities during World War I. Included are financial reports and budgets of the council, reports documenting the formation and activities of the War Work Council and collected statistics, the Hoover Overseas and War Service Organizations address register and directory and pamphlets concerning the effect of the war on women and the YWCA of the U.S.A. association.
Photographs of soldiers before and after the application of Anna C. Ladd's facial reconstruction masks.
Photographs of food service and leisure activities at hostess houses at Camps Kearny and Fremont in California.
Photographs of hostess houses in Florida at Camp Johnston, Carlstrom Field, and Dorr Field. Photographs include images of house staff, leisure and food service activities, facilities, and buildings.
Photographs of model hostess houses in addition to photographs of hostess house staff and activities at identified and unidentified hostess houses.
Photographs of the YWCA hostess house at Camp Gordon, Georgia.
Two photographs from the YWCA hostess house at Camp Funston, a photograph of Tsianina Redfeather and a photograph of soldiers in front of the house. The caption of the second photograph indicates that this was a hostess house serving African American military and their family and friends.
Photographs of the YWCA hostess house at Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky. Several photographs identify the hostess house as the Information Bureau and several specify it as the "Information Bureau for the 'flu' epidemic."