Found in 246 Collections and/or Records:
United Nations representative; Teacher. The Gladys Bradley Papers include biographical material and material related to her work for the United Nations and the Pan-Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association. It includes photos, printed material, conference material, and reports made by Bradley to United Nations meetings and groups.
Group work materials include reports, publications, and other writing on the meaning of being a socially involved group organization. Materials provide training and guidance for leaders, instruct leaders in applying social themes to group work, define the meaning and objectives of group work and organizations, and discuss the group's role as it relates to larger organizations.
Issues of the twice yearly YWCA publication, "The Health Education Bulletin". Each issue addresses health issues of the time, suggests programming, makes announcements and provides program resources. In addition, the bulletins address social and physical wellness and make recommendations for health education in all areas.
Actress; Playwright; Women's Army Corps, World War II. The Helen Bragdon Papers include letters to her family from her basic training in Florida, her stateside service in Texas and Georgia, and overseas tours of duty in Australia, New Guinea, Netherlands East Indies, and the Philippines. Additional materials include correspondence, clippings, photographs, and programs related to her theater activities.
This collection consists of printed materials that document the evolution of attitudes and approaches to lesbian, gay, and bisexual people and organizations from 1932-1995 (mostly the 1970s), and documents the political struggles of lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals to oppose homophobic discrimination in U.S. society. Also of interest are numerous newsletters, periodicals and leaflets that document lesbian organizing in Western Massachusetts.
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.
Issues of the "Industrial program exchange". The industrial club newsletter updates local associations on industrial work goals and progress, discusses current issues faced by workers, reports on successes of programs, provides resources and bibliographies, and may discuss recruitment practices.
Issues of the "Industrial program exchange". The industrial club newsletter updates local associations on industrial work goals and progress, discusses current issues faced by workers, reports on successes of programs, provides resources and bibliographies, and may discuss recruitment practices. Issues may address, the economic strain and unemployment faced by women, international relations and clubs including China, child labor, organization, race relations, and other topics.
The Inter-American Commission of Women Records primarily consists of bulletins, publications, and reports (many in Spanish), as well as correspondence, clippings, photographs, and reports. The bulk of the materials are dated between 1933 and 1959.
Documents concerning the affiliation, leadership, services and management of YWCA of the U.S.A. association in Mason City and Muscatine, Iowa and a Girl Reserve study of Mount Vernon, Iowa. Additional documents for the YWCA of Mason City include a study of the foreign community, a completed residence survey and visitation reports describing and assessing the association's leadership and services.
Advocacy group for release of Jean Harris. The records consist of correspondence, petitions, newsletters, clippings, and records on contributors and supporters. The bulk of the material is correspondence, including committee correspondence with Jean Harris and supporters and petition letters to the Governor of New York; clippings by and about Harris; and writings by Harris.
Red Cross volunteer, Vietnam War. Copies of letters from Vietnam; Red Cross material, photographs; and videotapes re: Vietnam .