Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Community Division, 1934-1950
Conventions, seventeenth, 1946
Conventions, sixth, 1920
Reports from the Sixth National Convention for the Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. Reports update and assess the needs of departments in the YWCA of the U.S.A. including, foreign work, town and county, student, business and professional, industrial, finance and others. Other reports address war work during World War I, methods for reaching women and achieving YWCA goals in local associations, and National Board business and recommendations.
Girl Reserve, 1919-1944
Girl Reserve, 1942-1944
Documents concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. Girl Reserve harvest camps. Harvest Camps were arranged for members of the Girls Reserve to assist with harvesting crops during as way to contribute to the war effort. Materials include brochures, attendance records, registration materials, guidance on administering a harvest camp, news clippings about the camps, camp activities, training, and other materials relating to the functioning of a harvest camp.
Industrial conferences, 1930-1935
Labor, circa 1921-1931
Rural, circa 1924-1926
Rural, circa 1906-1934
Rural, circa 1919-1945
Documents concerning the YWCA of the U.S.A.'s work in rural communities including suggested programming, statements of rural work by region, information for students interested in rural work, requests for leadership and documents concerning the administration and management of rural associations.
South Atlantic Field Committee minutes and reports, 1907 May-1921 December
West Central Field Committee minutes and reports, 1910 January-1922 January
Y-Teen, circa 1945-1950
Documents concerning the YWCA of the U.S.A.'s work with teenagers and Y-Teen programs. Included are materials concerning the use of the Y-Teen symbol, adult and youth leadership, conference participation, teenage program emphases and purposes, reaching rural youth, membership fees and conditions, national Y-Teen projects, cooperation with the YMCA and their Hi-Y teenage program, and participation in the Midcentury White House Conference on Children and Youth.