Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Documents concerning the White House conferences on children and youth. The conferences convene to discuss matters of children's health, safety, development, protection and employment practices, and the role of the government and other organizations to protect children from harm. Also included are reports from the YWCA committee on Girls Work responding to the conferences and discussing the role of YWCA of the U.S.A. in advocating for children and youth.
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.
Homemaker; Physician. Correspondence of Carl. W. Rosenbloom, M.D. and his fiancee (later his wife), Lena Berinstein, written while Carl pursued further medical training in Europe and Lena remained in Holyoke, Massachusetts. There are also a few photographs (reproductions).
Documents concerning commissions of the Student Christian Movement in New England. Commissions formed from student representatives and staff advisors and are created to "goad the whole Movement into study and action on the crucial problems." This is accomplished through study, reports, conferences or special programming and the dissemination of information.