Found in 288 Collections and/or Records:
Issues of "National Industrial Council News." The newsletter updates industrial clubs on council business, lists council leaders and committees, reports on workers' action initiatives and issues faced by employed girls and women, advertises national industrial girls events, and seeks to educate industrial clubs on matters of labor rights, government, laws, and activism. In addition, there may be reports or anecdotes from local industrial clubs regarding their activities or struggles.
Newsletters and bulletins concerning National Industrial Progress Day, a day for YWCA of the U.S.A. industrial groups to look back at progress made for issues faced by the employed and industrial girl as well as look forward to the direction industrial work will be taking. Materials may summarize current and past efforts, provide program technique and activities, report on experiences from local industrial clubs, and update on conferences and meetings.
International athletic association. The International Association of Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women Records at Smith represent the U.S. branch of the organization. The collection includes histories, including information about Dorothy Ainsworth; documents pertaining to various IAPESGW congresses and conventions; and IAPESGW bulletins, newsletters, and reports.
Documents concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. work with African American women and girls. Materials include demographic data, discussion and conference notes, descriptions of racism and discrimination in the United States, overviews of YWCA of the U.S.A. work with African American girls and women and more.
Documents concerning the YWCA of the U.S.A. work with unemployed groups and unemployment relief. Included in these documents are reports and data on unemployment in the United States, reports on resident schools and unemployment camps, summaries and examples of local association work, descriptions of proposed relief programs, and discussion of the YWCA's relationship with other relief organizations including Federal relief projects.
Case studies and records of labor issues arranged alphabetically by city or town covering Saginaw, Michigan through Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Materials include overviews of conflicts and negotiations, suggested actions, resolutions, recommendations for conflict management, and other documents. In addition, materials may address union disputes, internal conflicts regarding policies and labor activities, anti-union efforts, and other matters relating to labor work.
National Association of Professional Workers of the YWCA (N.A.P.W.), formerly the National Association of Employed Officers (N.A.E.O.), convention proceedings and reports. NAPW was Proceedings and other documents include overviews of work conducted by the N.A.P.W., recommendations and resolutions, summaries of N.A.P.W. work, YWCA job descriptions and qualifications, overviews of convention discussions and sessions, statements of purpose, and history of the association.
Proceedings and supporting documents for the meetings of the Girl Reserve Section of the National Association of Employed Officers of the YWCA of the U.S.A. The Girl Reserve sectional meetings concern the unique challenges and experiences of secretaries working with teenage girls and include discussions of how the professional standards are applied to Girl Reserve secretaries and the needs of the teenage girl.