Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Documents concerning the preparation for and celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of young women's Christian associations in the United States. Materials concern preparation for the Jubilee celebration, history of YWCA work and associations, and how members can become involved in the celebrations.
In celebration of fifty years of Young Women's Christian associations in the United States the YWCA of the U.S.A. plans activities and programs. The National Jubilee Committee and its subcommittees plan events, discuss local association participation, make publicity plans, approve materials and plan religious components of the celebrations.
Visitation reports and miscellaneous documents concerning the YWCA of Brooklyn, New York. Visitation reports describe and assess the association's program, leadership, activities, facilities and services. Other documents include anniversary program pamphlets and booklets and correspondence with regional and national leadership for consultation.
Elizabeth Crocker Lawrence writes one line about each day from 1882 through 1921. Notable events include her graduation from Smith College, wedding day, the birth of her daughter, World War I, and her first vote for a United States President. Includes inserts such as articles, letters, invitations, photographs, and poems.