Found in 492 Collections and/or Records:
Reports of the work in Italy, Poland and Romania of the War Work Council of the National Board of the YWCA of the U.S.A. to the Overseas Committee. Reports describe the social, economic, political and safety conditions faced by women in addition to summarizing and assessing the successes and challenges of war relief efforts. Correspondence and reports from secretaries provide a first hand account of the scenes and intimate description of conditions.
War Work Council Social Morality Committee and Volunteer Workers' Bureau minutes and reports, 1913-1921
The Wartime Commission of the Churches coordinates and unites the existing war relief efforts of protestant churches with the aims of assisting those already undertaking war work through sharing practices and successes and through investigating the war relief needs and sharing those identified.
According to their amended 1951 charter the Womans Press Committee of the National Board of the YWCA of the U.S.A. contributes to the purpose of the National Board through their responsibilities in the "selection, editing, producing, promoting and distributing of edition-bound books." Minutes of the committee document their implementation of this purpose including the discussion of publication content, budget reviews, and developing future content.
The annual meetings of the World Service Council of the National Board of the YWCA of the U.S.A. concern the international associations work. Minutes and reports include finance and budget reviews, reports of international YWCA activity, accounts of secretaries' experiences abroad and discussion of the role of the YWCA of the U.S.A. in international work.
Record Group 11. Microfilmed headquarters files, of the YWCA of the U.S.A. records includes the records of importance to the Association as a whole, which were submitted for filing at national headquarters. It includes Minutes and Reports, Subject Files, and Community (or "Local") Associations Files, which were microfilmed and mostly destroyed as a records management strategy beginning in 1964.