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YWCA of the U.S.A. Records.
Record Group 1. General and History, 1877-2003
Collection number: Forms part of MS 324

Abstract:
This record group contains reference files compiled from the National Board Library collection and National Board Archives providing general historical information about the YWCA of the U.S.A., its organizational structure, requirements for membership, and affiliation with the World YWCA. Also included are biographical files on staff and board members and reference files on the World YWCA and national YWCAs in other countries. Forms part of the YWCA of the U.S.A. Records.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The records are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection without any additional restrictions.

Access to audiovisual materials may first require production of research copies.

Restrictions on use:

The YWCA of the USA retains copyright ownership of the records, but has authorized the Sophia Smith Collection to grant permission to publish reproductions or quotations from the records on its behalf.

Copyright to materials authored by persons other than YWCA staff may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights for permission to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use."

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Scope and Contents

Forms part of the YWCA of the U.S.A. Records.

NOTE: For the most part, the Microfilmed Records and the Original Format Records do not duplicate each other and both should be consulted. This description covers materials in both formats. See the Contents List for a folder-level inventory of the Original Format Records. See the Microfilmed Records Reel Lists for a detailed inventory of the microfilm. Links to the lists for both formats are provided in the Series Descriptions.

YWCA Poster, 1952

YWCA Poster, 1952

This record group contains reference files compiled from the National Board Library collection and National Board Archives providing general historical information about the YWCA of the U.S.A., its organizational structure, requirements for membership, and affiliation with the World YWCA. Also included are biographical files on staff and board members and reference files on the World YWCA and national YWCAs in other countries. Historical notes for each series are not included in this record. Where applicable, the Series Descriptions refer researchers to relevant Historical notes in other sections.

This Record Group is divided into seven Series:


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

The records are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection without any additional restrictions.

Access to audiovisual materials may first require production of research copies.

Restrictions on use:

The YWCA of the USA retains copyright ownership of the records, but has authorized the Sophia Smith Collection to grant permission to publish reproductions or quotations from the records on its behalf.

Copyright to materials authored by persons other than YWCA staff may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights for permission to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use."

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

YWCA of the U.S.A. Records, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

Additional Formats

A copy of the microfilmed records of the YWCA of the U.S.A. Records is available to borrow from the William Allan Neilson Library at Smith College via Interlibrary Loan.

To request the microfilm from our library you will need to submit the following information to your library's Interlibrary Loan department:

  • Author: Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A. National Board
  • Title: Records, 1876-1970 [microform]
  • WorldCat Accession Number: OCLC 57415795
  • Notes: "Call # 689" and reel number(s) you want to borrow

Full descriptions and reel lists of the microfilm are available online.

History of the Collection

The YWCA of the U.S.A. donated a portion of its records to the Sophia Smith Collection in 1964 and the remainder in 2002 and 2003.

Processing Information

Processed by Maida Goodwin, Amy Hague, Kara McClurken, Amanda Izzo, 2008 FY 07-08

Record Groups

Additional Information
Contact Information
Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: (413) 585-2970
Fax: (413) 585-2886

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Language
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Sponsor
Processing of the YWCA Records was made possible by the generous support of the National Historical Records and Publications Commission and the estate of Elizabeth Norris.
Series Descriptions



This series includes basic historical information about the YWCA of the U.S.A., its constitution, purpose, organizational structure, and staff. The records consist of articles, fact sheets, theses, books, pamphlets, and manuscripts on the history of the YWCA of the U.S.A.; copies of the YWCA's charter, constitution and by-laws, and Purpose, with minutes, notes, and correspondence about various revisions; Annual Reports; general information about Committees, Councils, and Departments, including charters and rosters; organization charts; staff rosters and office/telephone directories.

Microfilmed Records, 1884-1970 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel Lists]

Many of the basic histories written by YWCA staff and members were among the last items filmed in Part 2c of the Subject Files and can be found under YWCA, History. Annual Reports and Constitution and By-laws up to 1970 are also available on the microfilm.

General historical items can be found on the microfilm under:

  • Predecessor Organizations, Minutes, and Reports
    • By-laws of National Board YWCA
    • By-laws and Constitution of the YWCA of the U.S.A.
  • Subject Files
    • National Board, Reports [Annual Reports]
    • YWCA, Constitution
    • YWCA, Handbook
    • YWCA, Historical Summaries
    • YWCA, Purpose
    • YWCA, Yearbook

Original Format Records, 1889-2000, n.d., 5 linear ft.

[see Original Format Records folder list]

Most of the Microfilmed Records are also available in Original Format. In addition to the post-1970 records on Constitution amendments, updates of the Purpose, and Annual Reports, there is also some more recent historical writing about the YWCA. The Original Format files of organization charts and staff rosters/telephone directories are much more comprehensive than what is available on the microfilm.

Related Materials

Discussions of all changes to the Constitution and Purpose of the YWCA can be found in RECORD GROUP 4. NATIONAL CONFERENCES AND CONVENTIONS.

Videotaped panels and presentations related to the YWCA's reexamination of its Purpose in the late 1980s and its mission as a Single sex organization in the late 1980s-early 1990s are in RECORD GROUP 10. AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS




Historical information about the major administrative reorganizations can be found in the general Historical Note and in the Historical Notes for RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, and RECORD GROUP 8. COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS.

This series contains the major studies of the National Association administrative structure done by outside consultants and National Association Committees. Generally, reorganizations were prompted by financial crises and the Association more often than not opted to implement some of the concepts, but did not adopt the recommendations wholesale. In some cases, as in the Organizational Renewal plan of the early 1970s, financial constraints prevented full application of the plan. In addition to the studies there are minutes, reports, and working files of committees and commissions.

The bulk of the records are related to the series of "redesign" and "strategic planning" efforts begun in the late 1980s that ultimately led to the major restructuring of the National Association in 1999-2000. Included are many notes, reports, memoranda, surveys, and other materials from the Governance Task Force (1988-92); Project Redesign (1992-93); Strategic Planning Initiative (1994-2000), and Change Initiative (1998-2000).

Microfilmed Records, 1906-70 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel Lists]

Records about YWCA reorganizations can be found on the microfilm under:

  • Subject Files
    • General Administration
    • National Board, Reorganization
    • National Board, Survey
    • YWCA, Study

Original Format Records, 1921-2001, 3.5 linear ft.

[see Original Format Records Folder List]

Most of the pre-1971 Original Format Records can also be found on the Microfilm. The later files, provide extensive documentation of the Association's internal struggles in the final two decades of the 20th Century. The records are arranged chronologically.

Related Materials

A number of meetings, discussions, and presentations related to the 1980s-2000 reorganizations were videotaped. The videotapes are in RECORD GROUP 10. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS.




Historical information about requirements for membership of individuals can be found in the general Historical Note and in the Historical Notes for RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM (especially under Religion), and RECORD GROUP 8. COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS.

This series contains general and historical materials; files on policies and practices related to individuals (as opposed to Community or Student Association's membership in the National Association); and publications and committee records related to the recruitment and development of new members.

Included are records of the Basis Commission, 1913-19, charged with examining the requirement that YWCA members must be members of Evangelical Protestant churches; and the Corresponding Membership system, 1920-31, which allowed women who lived in regions of the country where there was no YWCA to join the National Association directly (as opposed to being members in the National by virtue of their membership in a Community or Student Association.) Records of post-World War II membership committees are more likely to be concerned with definition of terms such as member, elector, and participant; fee structures; and the status of men and boys in YWCA programs. From the 1960s on, Association committees expended increasing energy on recruitment of new members.

Microfilmed Records, 1906-70 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel Lists]

Microfilmed records include the records of the main pre-1971 committees involved with individual membership. Records of the Basis Commission are in the Subject Files under YWCA, Membership, rather than in the Minutes and Reports.

Records about membership of individuals can be found on the microfilm under:

  • Minutes and Reports
    • Corresponding Membership Committee
    • Membership Policies Committee
  • Subject Files
    • YWCA, Membership
    • YWCA, Policies and Standards

Original Format Records, 1913-93, n.d., 1.5 linear ft.

[see Original Format Records Folder List]

The Original Format Records are arranged in three sections: General and History; Policies and Practices; and Recruitment and Development. General and History consists of two theses written in 1951 and 1954 on membership in the YWCA. Policies and Practices includes forms, committee records, reports, studies, and publications. Recruitment and Development contains committee records, publications, and records of the late 1980s "Why Double You?" membership campaign. Most of the Original Format Records pre-1971 are also on the microfilm.

Related Materials

Extensive discussions of issues related to individuals' requirements for membership can be found in the records of the two predecessor organizations in RECORD GROUP 2 and in Convention records in RECORD GROUP 4.




Over the 20th century, the YWCA chose to mark different anniversaries in its history, including:

1855founding of two organizations in Great Britain which later merged and took the name Young Women's Christian Association
1858founding of the Ladies Christian Union of New York (now considered the first YWCA in the U.S.)
1866founding of the Boston YWCA (originally thought to be the first YWCA in the U.S.)
1894founding of the international organization called World YWCA
1906-07founding of the YWCA of the U.S.A. (The first joint Convention of the two predecessor organizations was in 1906; the Association was incorporated in 1907)
1912dedication of the YWCA of the U.S.A. headquarters building at 600 Lexington Ave., New York City

The Anniversaries records consist of minutes, planning materials, programs and other publications, and publicity from various YWCA anniversaries, 1916-94.

Documentation is especially rich for the "World YWCA Centennial" in 1955 (the centennial of the founding of the first proto-YWCAs in Great Britain-as opposed to the centennial of the organization, World YWCA) and the 135th Anniversary of the founding of the earliest U.S. Association in 1993-94. Included are extensive files on the traveling exhibit from 1993-94 "Women First for 135 Years."

Microfilmed Records, 1906-70 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel list]

The Microfilmed Records contain minutes, publications, and other records of the Jubilee in 1916, and a few fundraising and publicity materials from the 20th (1926) and 25th (1932) anniversaries. There are extensive records from the 1955 Centennial including planning materials, publications, minutes, committee records, fundraising, and publicity.

Records about various anniversary celebrations can be found on the microfilm under:

  • Minutes and Reports
    • National Jubilee Committee
  • Subject Files
    • Anniversaries
    • Anniversary, Centennial (1955)

Original Format Records, 1916-94, 2 linear ft.

[see Original Format Records Folder List]

Original format records duplicate in large part what is on the microfilm, but also have modest amounts of information about anniversaries celebrated in 1937, and 1944. There are extensive 135th Anniversary files which post-date the microfilm and a small amount of material related to the centennial of the founding of the organization called the World YWCA in 1994. The records are arranged in chronological order.

Related Materials

There are many photographs of 1955 "Centennial" and 1993-94 135th Anniversary events along with a few photographs of other anniversaries in RECORD GROUP 9. PHOTOGRAPHS.

Video presentations and television coverage of 125th and 135th Anniversary events can be found in RECORD GROUP 10. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS.




The Biographical Files consist of a wide variety of materials compiled by the YWCA of the U.S.A. archives to provide easy access to basic information about YWCA staff (both national and in Community Associations) and National Board members and officers. There are also some materials on World YWCA officers and staff.

The Biographical Files contain newspaper clippings, press releases, correspondence, speeches, essays, pamphlets, "Who's Who" biography forms, obituaries and memorials, awards and commendations, published biographies, family histories, YWCA personnel record cards, and publications authored by the subject of the file.

Microfilmed Records, 1906-70 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel list]

General biographical files on some staff and National Board members can be found on the microfilm under:

  • Subject Files
    • National Board, Deceased Board and Staff Members
    • National Board, Members

Original Format Records, 1906-2000, 9.5 linear ft.

[see Original Format Records Folder list]

The National Board Archives staff compiled files from a variety of sources, they include some of the people and items in the microfilmed files, but cover a wider date span and may include small amounts of personal correspondence and memorabilia donated to the YWCA Archives. Most of the National Association's personnel files were discarded, but small amounts of surviving materials, such as personnel record cards and questionnaires, were incorporated into these Biographical Files by National Board Archives staff.




Historical information about the YWCA of the U.S.A.'s work with staff of the YWCA in other countries can be found in the Historical Note for RECORD GROUP 5. INTERNATIONAL WORK.

With the exception of the records related to the YWCA of China, the historical files on "Foreign" YWCAs are small subject files consisting primarily of publications. In some cases there are scrapbooks or photograph albums, usually presented to the YWCA of the U.S.A. or to one of its "Foreign" staff as part of a ceremonial occasion. They are arranged alphabetically by country.

The National Association's involvement with the YWCA of China dates back to the earliest days of the Association and included an unusually large number of American secretaries. Because of this, the files related to the YWCA of China are especially rich. In addition to brochures, reports, copies of minutes of the National Committee of the YWCA of China, financial records, and publications, there are a number of photograph albums donated to the YWCA Archives by American secretaries who served in China in the 1910s and 1920s.

Microfilmed Records, 1877-1970 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel List]

The Microfilmed Records have fairly extensive "reference" materials as part of the "Foreign" and "International" sections. Unfortunately, reels 51 and 52 (China, American Staff, Correspondence and Reports, Brennecke - China, Property, Canton) were lost some years ago before transfer to the Sophia Smith Collection.

Reference files on YWCAs in other countries can be found on the microfilm under:

  • Subject Files
    • Foreign
    • Foreign Countries
    • International

Original Format Records, 1884-98, n.d., 5 linear feet

[see Original Format Records Folder list]

The Original Format Records are arranged alphabetically by country. Due to the large size and scope of the YWCA of China materials, they are filed separately at the end of the series. Other larger files include those on the YWCA of Great Britain and the YWCA of India, Burma, and Ceylon, which contain copies of various serials put out by those Associations.

Related Materials

Early materials on the "Foreign" work of the Predecessor Organization, the American Committee can be found in RECORD GROUP 2. PREDECESSOR ORGANIZATIONS AND NATIONAL BOARD.

Records of the YWCA of the USA's International Work are in RECORD GROUP 5.

The Sophia Smith Collection Periodicals Collection contains Today: Magazine of the YWCA of India for 1963-1979.




This series is a general reference file on the umbrella international association to which the YWCA of the U.S.A. is affiliated, the World YWCA. It includes historical publications, general pamphlets, constitution, annual reports, publications, and files on conferences and councils, programmes and projects.

Microfilmed Records, 1884-1970 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel Lists]

The Microfilmed Records include general "reference" materials about the World YWCA along with records of the YWCA of the USA's interactions with the World YWCA. These can be found on the microfilm under:

  • Subject Files
    • Foreign, World's YWCA
    • Foreign, World YWCA

Original Format Records, 1896-2003, n.d., 5.5 linear ft.

[see Original Format Records Folder List]

Many of the "reference" materials on the Microfilm are also available in Original Format. The National Board Library and Archives also collected copies of a number of World YWCA publications, including Conference, Consultation, and Council proceedings and reports; and brochures and reports of Programmes and Projects.

Related Materials

Records of YWCA of the USA correspondence with and participation in the World YWCA are in RECORD GROUP 3. NATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE.

There is a also small amount of related material in RECORD GROUP 5. INTERNATIONAL WORK.

RECORD GROUP 10. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS contains videotaped "reviews" of various World Council Meetings dating from the mid-1980s, plus extensive footage of the 1987 World Council meetings which were held in the U.S.

Contents List
SERIES I. GENERAL



Note:

This is the Contents List for the Original Format Records only. The reel lists for the Microfilmed Records are in a separate file. See Series Descriptions for historical and scope and content notes.

Miscellaneous historical materials, 1906-2000, n.d.


Box 1: folder 1-5
YWCA History Fact Sheets



General, 1971-2000


Box 1: folder 6
Employed Women, 1953-80


Box 1: folder 7
Firsts, 1983-94


Box 1: folder 8
Predecessor organizations, 1889-1929


Box 1: folder 9
Student, 1972-73, n.d.


Box 1: folder 10
Articles, manuscripts, theses, books, pamphlets



The Development of the Young People's Movement by Frank Otis Erb, University of Chicago Press, 1917


Box 1: folder 11
Fifty Years of Association Work Among Women, 1866-1916: A History of the Young Women's Christian Associations of the United States of America by Elizabeth Wilson, National Board, 1916


Box 1: folder 12
The First Twenty-Five Years: Being a Summary of the Work of the Young Women's Christian Associations of the United States of America, 1906-1931 by Mary S. Sims, The Womans Press, 1932


Box 2: folder 1
From Deep Roots: The Story of the YWCA's Religious Dimensions by Frances Helen Mains and Grace Loucks Elliott, National Board, 1974


Box 2: folder 2
The Girl Reserve Movement of the Young Women's Christian Association: An Analysis of the Educational Principles and Procedures Used Throughout Its History by Catherine S. Vance, Teachers College, Columbia University, Contributions to Education, 1937


Box 2: folder 3
The Growth and Development of the Young Women's Christian Association: An Interpretation by Elizabeth Russell Hendee, The Womans Press, 1930


Box 2: folder 4
Historical Outline of the Young Women's Christian Association Movement in America, National Board, 1908


Box 2: folder 5
"Historical Papers" (or "Jubilee Sketches"), 1916


Box 2: folder 6
A History of the World's Young Women's Christian Association by Anna V. Rice, The Woman's Press, 1947


Box 2: folder 7
The National and International Work of the YWCA, Finance and Publicity Department, 1928


Box 2: folder 8
The Natural History of a Social Institution-The Young Women's Christian Association by Mary S. Sims



Published version, Womans Press, 1936


Box 2: folder 9
Thesis, New York University, 1935



Part 1


Box 2
Parts 2-4


Box 3: folder 1-3
The Past is Prelude: Fifty Years of Social Action in the YWCA "prepared" by Elsie D. Harper, Bureau of Communications, National Board, 1963


Box 3: folder 4
The Purpose Widens, 1947-67 by Mary S. Sims, National Board, 1969


Box 3: folder 5
The Religious and Educational Philosophy of the Young Women's Christian Association: A historical study of the changing religious and social emphases of the Association as they relate to changes in its educational philosophy and to observable trends in current religious thought, educational philosophy, and social situations by Grace H. Wilson, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, 1933


Box 3: folder 6
See What You've Got Into! Introducing the YWCA to New Members by Margaret Hiller, 1937


Box 3: folder 7
"Women, Reform, and Feminism: the Young Women's Christian Association and the American Friends Service Committee, 1945-1960" by Susan Lynn, PhD thesis: Stanford University, 1986


Box 3: folder 8-11
"The Young Women's Christian Association: An American and World Organization," unsigned typescript, n.d.


Box 4: folder 1
"Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A., National Board of the (YWCA-USA) by Ann Nicholl in Social Service Organizations, 1978


Box 4: folder 2
"The YWCA Then and Now," by Odile Sweeney: text, correspondence, and notes, 1979


Box 4: folder 3
The Young Women's Christian Association-What Is It? by Inez Ensign, 1930


Box 4: folder 4
The YWCA: An Unfolding Purpose by Mary S. Sims, Woman's Press, 1950


Box 4: folder 5
Pictorial historical publications



Photo Memories of '600,' Communications Unit, 1983


Box 4: folder 6
Pictorially Yours, YWCA, 1940


Box 4: folder 7
The Story of the YWCA by Helen Southard, 1992


Box 4: folder 8
Wherever She Is…, [1960]


Box 4: folder 9
Awards and commendations, 1999


Box 4: folder 10
Calendars of national YWCA events, 1993-2001


Box 4: folder 10a
Charter, Constitution, and By-laws



Act of Incorporation/Charter



1907 and amended, 1934, 1936, 1941, 1945, 1950


Box 4: folder 11
Correspondence re amendments to charter, 1925-50


Box 4: folder 12-15
Corporation Seal, 1923-50, n.d.


Box 4: folder 16
Official name of Association, 1989-95


Box 4: folder 17
Constitution and By-laws



Constitutions under which conventions functioned, 1906-36


Box 4: folder 18
Constitution, 1915-40


Box 4: folder 19
By-laws



1917-26


Box 4: folder 20
1941-98


Box 5: folder 1-3
Constitution and By-laws, 1949-98


Box 5: folder 4-6
Committees



Constitution Commission, 1939, 1945-49


Box 5: folder 7-8
on Review of the National Board By-laws, 1940-49


Box 5: folder 9
By-laws Review, 1950-66


Box 5: folder 10-11
on Revision of the Constitution, 1956-64


Box 5: folder 12
Constitution Review, 1964-66


Box 6: folder 1-2
Constitution and By-laws, 1972-98


Box 6: folder 3-8
Reorganization Task Force, By-laws Subcommittee/Task Group, 2000-01


Box 6: folder 9
Correspondence



General, 1947-82, n.d.


Box 6: folder 10
By Subject



Accreditation, Affiliation, Certification, and Disaffiliation, 1957-70, n.d.


Box 6: folder 11-12
Authorized Groups/Organized Groups, 1951-81


Box 6: folder 13
Board Member eligibility, 1967-82


Box 7: folder 1
Constitutions and By-Laws of Community Associations, 1965-73


Box 7: folder 2
Convention



General, 1963-78, n.d.


Box 7: folder 3
Pluralistic delegations, 1973-75


Box 7: folder 4
Membership of Associations and individuals, 1956-74


Box 7: folder 5
Officers, 1957-81, n.d.


Box 7: folder 6
Teens, membership eligibility, 1971-75


Box 7: folder 7
Retirement Fund, 1975-79


Box 7: folder 8
World Council Delegate Elections, 1973, n.d.


Box 7: folder 9
Annual Reports



1932, 1934-46


Box 7: folder 10-14
1947-1984/85


Box 8: folder 1-10
1985/86-2000


Box 9: folder 1-5
Committees, general



General and miscellaneous, 1900-64, n.d.


Box 10: folder 1-2
Charts, 1948-66


Box 10: folder 3
Charters, 1958-59, 1965, 1968


Box 10: folder 4-6
Rosters, 1940-71, 1979, 1982-2001


Box 10: folder 7-13
Miscellaneous



Ethical Investments



Subcommittee of Finance Committee, 1978


Box 10: folder 14
Committee



General, 1981-88


Box 10: folder 15-18
Correspondence and reference material, 1973-84


Box 11: folder 1-6
Middle East Task Force, 1999


Box 11: folder 7
National Educational Campaign Committee for the 1920 World Service Program, 1919-20


Box 11: folder 8
Social and Economic Justice Task Force, circa 1973


Box 11: folder 9
Special Committee on Plans for the Berlin Conference, 1908


Box 11: folder 10
Study Group on Sexual Orientation, 1980


Box 11: folder 11
[New York] World's Fair Project, 1938-39


Box 11: folder 12
Councils, 1952


Box 11: folder 13
Department Charters, 1947, 1958-59


Box 11: folder 14-15
Organization charts, 1921-97


Box 12: folder 1-7
Charts, miscellaneous, 1950-71, n.d.


Box 12: folder 8
Policies, miscellaneous,


Box 12: folder 9
Purpose/Mission



General, 1920-95


Box 12: folder 10
YWCA as a Single-Sex Organization



General, 1936-97, n.d.


Box 12: folder 11-13
Clippings, 1988


Box 12: folder 14-15
Staff Rosters



"American Committee," 1891-1906


Box 12: folder 16
YWCA of the USA



1906-25


Box 12: folder 17-21
1960-2000


Box 13: folder 1-4
Staff/Telephone/Office Directories



1940-46, 1954-55, 1964-68, 1970-83


Box 13: folder 5-14
1984-92, 1999


Box 14: folder 1-9
SERIES II. REORGANIZATIONS/STRUCTURE OF THE YWCA



Survey of the Organization of the National Board (Fosdick and Jones)



Report, Sep 1921


Box 15: folder 1
Report of the Reorganization Committee to the National Board, Mar 1921


Box 15: folder 2
Committee on the Evaluation of the National Program for the Budget Reviewing Committee: minutes and report, 1929 (includes department and division reports)


Box 15: folder 3-4
Report on a 1930 Survey and Proposals for the Future (Mark M. Jones), 1930



General, 1931


Box 15: folder 5
Preliminary Report on 1930 Orientation Survey, Jan 1931


Box 15: folder 6
Revised Report, Oct 1931


Box 15: folder 7
Committee to Study Mr. Jones' Report



Minutes, Feb-May 1931


Box 15: folder 8-9
Report, May 1931


Box 15: folder 10
Report of the Transition Committee, Oct 1931


Box 15: folder 11
Suggested Program of the Work of the National Board, November 1931 to December 1932 (Mark M. Jones): "Leaflet" 1, 1931-32, n.d.


Box 15: folder 12
National Service Development Plan, 1934-39 by Mark M. Jones, 1932



Report and correspondence, 1932


Box 15: folder 13-14
Commission on Administrative Practices, 1938-39


Box 15: folder 15
Fund-Raising Study and Report on the Foreign Division (John Price Jones Corporation): report, Jun 1946


Box 15: folder 16
"Study and Recommendations Concerning the Public Relations, Publicity and Fund-Raising of the National Board," submitted to the Committee on Financing the National Board (John Price Jones Corporation): report, Dec 1947


Box 16: folder 1
Review of Studies and Major Actions on Structure of the National Board, 1921-53, prepared by Jane Dickey Britt, Jan 1954


Box 16: folder 2-4
"Greenleigh Report" (Arthur Greenleigh, Greenleigh Associates, Management Consultants): report and summary, 1958


Box 16: folder 5-6
Committee on the Structure of the National Association/Board: minutes and reports, Jul 1961-Apr 1967


Box 16: folder 7-8
Organizational Renewal [Sub]Committee: correspondence, reports, and working papers, 1969-73


Box 16: folder 9-10
Consultation on Organizational Relationships, Jan 1974


Box 16: folder 11
Proposed Criteria for Evaluation of the National Board's Program and Present Way of Work, Jan 1975


Box 16: folder 12
Looking to the Future: A Plan for Study and Action (Human Services Design Laboratory, Case Western Reserve University)



Abstract and Study Design "Organizational Study: Needs and Directions for 1985", 1976


Box 16: folder 13
Final Report, Oct 1977


Box 16: folder 14
Final Report, annotated copy, 1977


Box 17: folder 1
Response from YWCA departments, 1977-78


Box 17: folder 2
Long Range Planning Committee, 1981-86, 1992


Box 17: folder 3-6
National Executive Service Corps Study of YWCA Organization and Management Procedures, 1984


Box 17: folder 7
Governance Task Force/Transition Team/Policy Committee



General, 1988-92


Box 17: folder 8-9
Register of Recommended Board Policies, 1988-89


Box 17: folder 10
Resource material



General, 1986-88


Box 17: folder 11
Carver Governance Design, Inc., circa 1987


Box 17: folder 12
Project Redesign (KPMG Peat Marwick, Inc.)



General, 1992-93, n.d.


Box 17: folder 13
Final Report, Sep 1992


Box 17: folder 14
Strategic Planning Initiative



General, 1994-2000, n.d.


Box 18: folder 1-2
Strategic Planning Committee



Rosters, 1995-98


Box 18: folder 3
Meetings, 1996-97


Box 18: folder 4-6
Affiliation Requirements Subcommittee, 1996


Box 18: folder 7
Subcommittee on Environmental Scanning/Governance Task Force



General, 1994


Box 18: folder 8
Reports


Box 18: folder 9
Survey of National Organizations



Report


Box 18: folder 10
Interview notes


Box 18: folder 11
Regional Forums, Round 1 (1994), Round 2 (1995), 1994-95


Box 18: folder 12
Leadership Summits, Feb-Apr 1997



General


Box 18: folder 13
Resource packet


Box 18: folder 14-15
Reports



Feb


Box 18: folder 16
Mar-Apr


Box 19: folder 1-2
Staff


Box 19: folder 3
Leadership Roundtables



1999



General


Box 19: folder 4
Briefing packet


Box 19: folder 5
Evaluations


Box 19: folder 6
2000



General


Box 19: folder 7
Briefing packet


Box 19: folder 8
Reports



Miscellaneous, 1994-95, n.d.


Box 19: folder 9
"Report and Survey", 1997


Box 19: folder 10
"YWCA [draft] Strategic Plan and Discussion Guide: Journey to the Future", [Jul 1995]


Box 19: folder 11
"YWCA Women 2000, Into the New Millenium: a Report to the Member Associations", [1996]


Box 19: folder 12
Change Agent Team: minutes, notes, survey, and reports, 1997-98


Box 19: folder 13-14
Strategic Investment Initiative/Strategic Initiative Plan (A.T. Kearney, consultants)



General, 1997-99


Box 20: folder 1-3
Recommendations and prioritization



Draft, 10 Feb 1988


Box 20: folder 4
20 Feb 1998


Box 20: folder 5-6
Appendix-detailed analysis of recommended investment initiatives, 20 Feb 1998


Box 20: folder 7-8
Five Year Detailed Implementation Plan, 12 Jun 1998


Box 20: folder 9-11
Presentation to the Board of Trustees, Jun 1998


Box 20: folder 12
Dues Formula Presentation to Regional Councils, n.d.


Box 21: folder 1
Data Capture Inventory I, 1999


Box 21: folder 2
Evaluation Report II (Data Capture Inventory II), Jun 2000


Box 21: folder 3
Change Initiative/Steps to Absolute Change



General and History



Miscellaneous, 1998-2002, n.d.


Box 21: folder 4-5
Newsletters, Mar 2000-Jun 2002


Box 21: folder 6
Convention, 2000, 2001


Box 21: folder 7-9
Regional Councils, 2001


Box 21: folder 10
Steering Committee report, 19 Jan 1999


Box 21: folder 11
'Open Space' meeting, Dallas, Oct 1999


Box 21: folder 12
Issue Work Groups, Nov 1999-Aug 2000



General


Box 21: folder 13
Governance, 2000


Box 21: folder 14
Mission, Feb-Jun 2000, n.d.


Box 21: folder 15-17
Survival of Associations, Apr-May 2000


Box 22: folder 1
Vision, 2000


Box 22: folder 2
'Accelerated Solutions Environment' meeting, Committee of 80, Dallas, Aug 2000


Box 22
General


Box 22: folder 3
Transition Plan, 1 Sep 2000


Box 22: folder 4
Transition Team/Transition Steering Committee (Sep 2000-Jul 2001)



'Accelerated Solutions Environment' meeting, Chicago, Nov 2000


Box 22: folder 5
Financial, 2000-01, n.d.


Box 22: folder 6
Memorandum of understanding re Executive responsibilities during Transition, 2000-01


Box 22: folder 7
Project Management Office


Box 22: folder 8
Proposed 'Operating System' and 'Operating Model': concept paper, convention report, and overheads, 2001


Box 22: folder 9-10
Transition/Project Teams/Task Forces



General and charters


Box 22: folder 11
Advocacy Team


Box 22: folder 12
Branding Team


Box 22: folder 13
Hallmark Programs Team


Box 22: folder 14
Healthy Behaviors Team


Box 22: folder 15
Membership Team


Box 22: folder 16
Mission/Vision Team


Box 22: folder 17
Staff/Volunteer Development Team


Box 22: folder 18
Structure Team


Box 22: folder 19
Transition Task Force/Reorganization Task Force (Aug 2001-02)



General, 2001-02, n.d.


Box 22: folder 20-21
Meetings, Aug 2001, Feb 2002


Box 22: folder 22-23
Task Forces/Teams



Operations/Operating Review


Box 23: folder 1
Shared Vision


Box 23: folder 2
Student Outreach


Box 23: folder 3
Work Groups



By-Laws


Box 23: folder 4
SERIES III. MEMBERSHIP OF INDIVIDUALS



General and History



Thesis: "Membership in the Y.W.C.A.-History and Meaning" by Doris Ischinger, University of Southern California, School of Social Work, 1951


Box 24: folder 1
Thesis: "Evidences of Membership Interpretation in the Y.W.C.A. as Shown in the 1952 Annual Reports" by Roberta (or Roberts) Chapman, Columbia University, School of Social Work, 1954


Box 24: folder 2
Policies and Practices



General, 1, n.d.


Box 24: folder 3-4
Membership cards and forms, 1967-84, n.d.


Box 24: folder 5
Basis Commission/Committee on Education Concerning the Basis: minutes, reports, mailings, articles, 1914-19


Box 24: folder 6-8
Basis/Committee on Membership Basis Education, 1920-36, n.d.


Box 24: folder 9
Corresponding Membership



History and general, 1920-31


Box 24: folder 10
Commission on Individual Membership: reports and questionnaire, 1921


Box 24: folder 11
Corresponding Membership Committee



Minutes, 1925-31


Box 24: folder 12-14
Reports



General, 1923-31


Box 24: folder 15
Secretary (Anna M. Clark), 1923-31


Box 24: folder 16
Membership Commission, 1948-49


Box 24: folder 17
Committee to Study National Membership Policy



General



1952-Apr 1957


Box 24: folder 18-19
May 1957-62


Box 25: folder 1-2
Minutes, 1956-58


Box 25: folder 3
Study of Current Membership Policy, 1957-58


Box 25: folder 4-5
Study Project to Improve Membership Practices, 1959-60


Box 25: folder 6
Membership Study, Oct-Dec 1971


Box 25: folder 7
Ad-hoc Committee on Membership Policy, 1972


Box 25: folder 8
Membership Task Force, 1991-93, n.d.


Box 25: folder 9
Publications


Box 25
"Membership Policies and Practices in Community YWCAs", 1962, 1966


Box 25: folder 10
"Membership in Community YWCAs", 1974-80


Box 25: folder 11
"Working Papers to Help Associations Help Themselves in Improving Membership Practices", 1958


Box 25: folder 12
"Work Tool for the Organization and Maintenance of Membership and Program Participant Records in the YWCA", 1970


Box 25: folder 13
Recruitment and Development



General, 1915-87, n.d.


Box 25: folder 14
See What You've Got Into: Introducing the Y.W.C.A. to New Members by Margaret Hiller, 1937, 1939


Box 25: folder 15
New Dimensions of Membership: Program Packet, winter 1950


Box 26: folder 1
Centennial Membership Development Committee, 1952-55


Box 26: folder 2
More Members: Guidelines for Membership Campaigns in Community YWCAs, 1976


Box 26: folder 3
Membership Development Questionnaire, 1985


Box 26: folder 4
Guidelines for the Membership Chair and the Membership Committee in a Community YWCA, 1987


Box 26: folder 5
"Why Double You?" Membership Drive, 1988-89



General, 1988-89


Box 26: folder 6
Recruitment Handbook, 1988


Box 26: folder 7
Membership in the YWCA: Research Reports, 1991


Box 26: folder 8
SERIES IV. ANNIVERSARIES



1916: Jubilee, 50th Anniversary of founding of first YWCA in the U.S. (at that time credited to Boston, 1866), 1916



General


Box 26: folder 9
National Jubilee Committee: minutes and reports, 1915-16


Box 26: folder 10
1932: "25th Anniversary of the Present National YWCA" (National Board of YWCAs of the USA, 1906), 1932


Box 26: folder 11
1937: 25th Anniversary of national headquarters building at 600 Lexington Ave., New York, NY, 1937


Box 26: folder 12
1944: 50th Anniversary of the founding of the organization called the World's Young Women's Christian Association, 1944


Box 26: folder 13
1955: "World YWCA Centennial," 100th anniversary of founding of 2 organizations in England (1855) that later merged and took the name YWCA-first YWCA to be founded in the world, 1955



General, 1952-55, n.d.


Box 27: folder 1
Events, 1954-55


Box 27: folder 2
Exhibition of paintings by Mary Bruce Sharon, 1955


Box 27: folder 3
Membership Development Program, 1952-55


Box 27: folder 4-5
Newsletter, Progress Report, 1954-55


Box 27: folder 6
Program materials


Box 27: folder 7
Publicity



General


Box 27: folder 8
Publicity Committee


Box 27: folder 9
Newspaper clippings


Box 27: folder 10
Press, Radio and TV Guide


Box 27: folder 11
Press releases, 1952-55


Box 27: folder 12
Radio, TV and films


Box 27: folder 13
Y-Teens


Box 27: folder 14
1966: 60th Anniversary of U.S. national organization (1906)


Box 27: folder 15
1983-84: 125th Anniversary of founding of Ladies Christian Association of New York (1858-by this time considered first YWCA in the U.S.)


Box 27: folder 16
1993-94: 135th Anniversary of founding of Ladies Christian Association of New York (1858)



General


Box 28: folder 1
Souvenir Program Journal


Box 28: folder 2
Exhibit: "Women First for 135 Years, 1858-1993"


Box 28
General, 1993-95, n.d.


Box 28: folder 3-4
Text


Box 28: folder 5
Advisory Committee


Box 28: folder 6
Artifacts exhibit


Box 28: folder 7
Brochure


Box 28: folder 8
Budget


Box 28: folder 9
Catalog


Box 28: folder 10
Collages



General


Box 28: folder 11
#1, YWCA Residences in 50 States


Box 28: folder 12
#2, World War I Hostess Houses


Box 28: folder 13
#3, Selected National Board Properties


Box 29: folder 1-2
#4, Pioneering Health and Sex Issues


Box 29: folder 3
#5, Exercise, Sports and Nutrition


Box 29: folder 4
#6, Camps, Athletics and the Olympics


Box 29: folder 5
#7, YWCA Encourages Public Health


Box 29: folder 6
#8, The Industrial Worker and the YWCA


Box 29: folder 7
#9, New Job Skills Training


Box 29: folder 8
#10, Support Services for Working Mothers


Box 29: folder 9
#11, Girl Reserves and Y-Teens


Box 29: folder 10
#12, Rural Work


Box 29: folder 11
#13, Public Policy and Advocacy


Box 29: folder 12
#14, The Evolving Mission


Box 29: folder 13
#15, The Student Movement


Box 29: folder 14
#16, Preserving Cultural Identity


Box 29: folder 15
#17, Embracing Diversity


Box 29: folder 16
#18, The YWCA Moves on Freedom, Dignity and Racial Justice


Box 29: folder 17
#19, YWCA's Work in 86 Countries


Box 29: folder 18
#20, Emerging African Nations


Box 29: folder 19
#21, Relief in Time of Strife


Box 29: folder 20
#22, World YWCA


Box 29: folder 21
#23, WWI Serving Behind the Lines


Box 29: folder 22
#24, Training for Empowerment


Box 29: folder 23
#25, Leader Training Centers


Box 29: folder 24
#26, YWCA National Conventions: Public Policy and Membership, The Action Agenda


Box 29: folder 25
#27, Womans Press


Box 29: folder 26
#28, YWCA of the USA National Board Executives


Box 29: folder 27
29, 135 Years of Leadership


Box 29: folder 28
#30, The White House and the YWCA


Box 29: folder 29
Aborted collage, World Service Council


Box 29: folder 30
Lenders to exhibit


Box 29: folder 31
Press kit


Box 30: folder 1
Staff


Box 30: folder 2
Travel



General, 1993-98


Box 30: folder 3
Condition report


Box 30: folder 4
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, Oct-Nov 1993


Box 30: folder 5
YWCA Leadership Development Center, Phoenix, Arizona, Feb-May 1994


Box 30: folder 6
YWCA 33rd National Convention, Westin-Bonaventure Hotel, Los Angeles, California, Jun-Aug 1994


Box 30: folder 7
Dewitt Historical Society of Tomkins County, Ithaca, New York, Sep-Nov 1994


Box 30: folder 8
Baltimore Museum of Industry, Baltimore, Maryland, Nov 1994-Jan 1995


Box 30: folder 9
National Museum of Civil Rights, Memphis, Tennessee, Feb-Apr 1995


Box 30: folder 10
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May-Jul 1995


Box 30: folder 11
Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, Evansville, Indiana, May-Jun 1996


Box 30: folder 12
YWCA of the Central Carolinas, Charlotte, North Carolina, Aug-Oct 1995


Box 30: folder 13
Postcard series (cancelled)


Box 30: folder 14
Poster series


Box 30: folder 15
Who's Who in the YWCA of the U.S.A. special 135th Anniversary Commemorative Edition, Marquis Co., 1994


Box 30: folder 16
1994: "World YWCA Centennial," 100th Anniversary of founding of the international organization called the World Young Women's Christian Association (1894), 1994



General


Box 30: folder 17
Submissions for Convention book


Box 30: folder 18
SERIES V. BIOGRAPHICAL FILES



A-Al


Box 31: folder 1
Alexander, Alpha


Box 31: folder 2
Allen, Julia F.


Box 31: folder 3
An


Box 31: folder 4
Anderson, Constance


Box 31: folder 5
Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver


Box 31: folder 6
Angle, Wesley M.


Box 31: folder 7
Ap-Az


Box 31: folder 8
Ba - Barg


Box 31: folder 9
Barn-Bay


Box 31: folder 10
Baker, Gwendolyn Calvert


Box 31: folder 11
Barnes, Lilace Reid



General


Box 31: folder 12
Meditation given at 26th Convention, San Diego, 1973


Box 31: folder 13
Correspondence with Juliet Blanchard, 1938


Box 31: folder 14
Devotional materials, 1947-64


Box 31: folder 15
Barrow, Nita



General


Box 31: folder 16
A Tribute to Dame Nita Barrow


Box 31: folder 17
Bea - Bep


Box 32: folder 1
Ber-Bez


Box 32: folder 2
Beane, Ruth N.


Box 32: folder 3
Bertine, Eleanor


Box 32: folder 3a
Bi


Box 32: folder 4
Bl


Box 32: folder 5
Boa-Bor


Box 32: folder 6
Bos-Boy


Box 32: folder 7
Boardman, Dorothy


Box 32: folder 8
Booth, Mary


Box 32: folder 9
Bowles, Eva


Box 32: folder 10
Boynton, Opal "Poppy"


Box 32: folder 11
Bra-Bri


Box 32: folder 12
Bremer, Edith Terry


Box 32: folder 13
Brennecke, Margaret


Box 32: folder 14
Brinkley, Dolores "Dee"


Box 32: folder 15
Broa - Brom


Box 32: folder 16
Broo-Bry


Box 32: folder 17
Brown, Gladys L.


Box 32: folder 18
Brown, Gladys S. (Mrs. Wright)


Box 32: folder 19
Bryant, Erna


Box 32: folder 20
Buck-Bur


Box 33: folder 1
Bus-By


Box 33: folder 2
Burkhead, Alice Clarkson (Mrs. F. M.)


Box 33: folder 3
Burner, Oolooah


Box 33: folder 4
Burton, Margaret


Box 33: folder 5
Butler, Leontine


Box 33: folder 6
Byram, Betsy


Box 33: folder 7
Ca-Cam


Box 33: folder 8
Can-Carp


Box 33: folder 9
Carr-Carv


Box 33: folder 10
Carner, Lucy Perkins



General


Box 33: folder 11
Writings


Box 33: folder 11a
Carter, Eunice Hunton (Mrs. Lisle C.)


Box 33: folder 12
Catto, Isabel


Box 33: folder 13
Ce - Cha


Box 33: folder 14
Che-Chz


Box 33: folder 15
Chain, Claribel Ba Muang


Box 33: folder 16
Chakko, Sara


Box 33: folder 17
Chalmers, Frances K. (Mrs. Allan Knight)


Box 33: folder 18
Chaplin, Virginia


Box 33: folder 19
Christensen, Ethlyn


Box 33: folder 20
Church, Margaret (Mrs. Fred J.)


Box 33: folder 21
Cla


Box 33: folder 22
Clary, Phoebe


Box 33: folder 23
Claytor, Helen


Box 33: folder 24
Cle - Con


Box 34: folder 1
Coo


Box 34: folder 2
Coit, Eleanor


Box 34: folder 3
Conde, Bertha


Box 34: folder 4
Coppock, Grace



General


Box 34: folder 5
G.L.C.: The Life of Grace Coppock by Helen Thoburn, 1923


Box 34: folder 6
Grace Coppock, A Person for Today by Helen Thoburn, 1925


Box 34: folder 7
Friendship Fund


Box 34: folder 8
Writings


Box 34: folder 9
Cor - Cra


Box 34: folder 10
Cotton, Elizabeth Boies


Box 34: folder 11
Coyle, Grace


Box 34: folder 12
Cram, Mary Frances


Box 34: folder 13
Cratty, Mabel



General


Box 34: folder 14
Death, Memorial tributes and services


Box 34: folder 15
Endowment Fund


Box 34: folder 16
Writings


Box 34: folder 17
Cu


Box 35: folder 1
Curtis, Fannie Holland (Mrs. A. Maurice)


Box 35: folder 2
Cushman, Vera Scott



General


Box 35: folder 3
Correspondence, miscellaneous


Box 35: folder 4
Cuthbert, Marion


Box 35: folder 5
Da


Box 35: folder 6
Dabb, Edith


Box 35: folder 7
Dail, Hilda Lee


Box 35: folder 8
d'Alviella, Countess Helene Goblet


Box 35: folder 9
Dammond, Ellen


Box 35: folder 10
Davis, Helen Alling


Box 35: folder 11
De - Dil


Box 35: folder 12
Derricotte, Juliette


Box 35: folder 13
Dickinson, Sarah Truslow (Mrs. Robert L.)


Box 35: folder 14
Dieson, Eldri


Box 35: folder 15
Dingman, Mary A


Box 35: folder 16
Dockstader, Harriet "Skip"


Box 35: folder 17
Dodge, Grace Hoadley


Box 35: folder 18
Dodge Family



General


Box 35: folder 19
Huntington, Elizabeth Dodge


Box 35: folder 20
Dodson, Dan


Box 35: folder 21
Doherty, Gladys M.


Box 36: folder 1
Doo-Dow


Box 36: folder 2
Dow, Caroline Bell


Box 36: folder 3
Dreier, Mary E.


Box 36: folder 4
Droll, Hattie


Box 36: folder 5
Du


Box 36: folder 6
Dudley, Marion


Box 36: folder 7
Dunham, Julia S. (Mrs. Edward W.)


Box 36: folder 8
Dunham, Marcia O.


Box 36: folder 9
Dunn, Mary Skinner


Box 36: folder 10
Dutchess, Jeanette


Box 36: folder 11
E


Box 36: folder 12
Earle, Mary Clayton (Mrs. Ralph)


Box 36: folder 13
Eastman, Elizabeth


Box 36: folder 14
Eckert, Bertha


Box 36: folder 15
Elliott, Grace Loucks



General


Box 36: folder 16
Memorial Correspondence


Box 36: folder 17
Esgar, Mildred


Box 36: folder 18
Espy, Lilian


Box 36: folder 19
Ewing, Eloise


Box 36: folder 20
Fa


Box 36: folder 21
Farrell, Eileen


Box 36: folder 22
Fasnacht, Kathryn


Box 36: folder 23
Fauset, Crystal Bird


Box 36: folder 24
Fe - Fi


Box 36: folder 25
Ferebee, Dorothy


Box 36: folder 26
Fidler, Edith Alverson (Mrs. Lon)


Box 36: folder 27
Field, Jessie


Box 36: folder 28
Fields, C. Virginia


Box 36: folder 29
Finley, Martha Boyden (Mrs. John H.)


Box 36: folder 30
Fisher, Welthy


Box 36: folder 31
Fl


Box 37: folder 1
Fo


Box 37: folder 2
Fr - Fz


Box 37: folder 3
French, Eleanor


Box 37: folder 4
French, Mary Billings (Mrs. John)


Box 37: folder 5
Ga


Box 37: folder 6
Gage, Frances


Box 37: folder 7
Gaiser, Mary Cooper Jewett


Box 37: folder 8
Galpin, Leta


Box 37: folder 9
Gambrell, Sarah


Box 37: folder 10
Garrison, Jane


Box 37: folder 11
Gates, Edith


Box 37: folder 12
Ge-Gh


Box 37: folder 13
Gerlach, Tabitha


Box 37: folder 14
Gerwick, Katherine


Box 37: folder 15
Gi-Go


Box 37: folder 16
Gibson, Henrietta


Box 37: folder 17
Gilbert, Annie Kate


Box 37: folder 18
Gilkey, Geraldine Brown (Mrs. Charles W.)


Box 37: folder 19
Gra


Box 37: folder 20
Graham, Abbie


Box 37: folder 21
Graham, Jewel Freeman


Box 38: folder 1
Gratz, Lois


Box 38: folder 2
Graves, Elsa


Box 38: folder 3
Gre-Gu


Box 38: folder 4
Green, Margaret (Mrs. E.H.)


Box 38: folder 5
Grenfell, Hilda (Mrs. Arthur)


Box 38: folder 6
Guthrie, Anne


Box 38: folder 7
Haa-Ham


Box 38: folder 8
Hamilton, Florence D. (Mrs. Wallace)


Box 38: folder 9
Hamilton, Grace Towns


Box 38: folder 10
Hamilton, Madrid


Box 38: folder 11
Han-Har


Box 38: folder 12
Hanna, Sallie R. (Mrs. John M.)


Box 38: folder 13
Harbison, Janet (Mrs. E. Harris)


Box 38: folder 14
Harcourt, Edith Farley (Mrs. Clayton J.)


Box 38: folder 15
Hardcastle, Jane


Box 38: folder 16
Harper, Elsie


Box 38: folder 17
Harrison, Agatha



General


Box 38: folder 18
Annuity Fund, 1950


Box 38: folder 19
Correspondence to Margaret Burton and Margaret Fuller, 1924-54


Box 38: folder 20
Has-Hay


Box 38: folder 21
Hawkes, Anna Rose (Mrs. Herbert E.)


Box 38: folder 22
Haynes, Elizabeth Ross


Box 38: folder 23
Hea - Hen


Box 39: folder 1
Heard, Winifred


Box 39: folder 2
Heckman, Miriam Sipfle (Mrs. Walter C.)


Box 39: folder 3
Hedgeman, Anna Arnold


Box 39: folder 4
Heim, Virginia


Box 39: folder 5
Heineman, Irene Taylor (Mrs. Arthur S.)


Box 39: folder 6
Hendee, Elizabeth



General


Box 39: folder 7
YWCA


Box 39: folder 8
Photographs, Nationality Work


Box 39: folder 8a
Speeches and Writings



1922-29


Box 39: folder 9
1932-33


Box 39: folder 10
"The Economic Position of Women in the Nineteenth Century," M.A. Thesis, n.d.


Box 39: folder 11
Henshaw, Helen Manville


Box 39: folder 12
Heo - Her


Box 39: folder 13
Herring, Elizabeth


Box 39: folder 14
Hes - Hev


Box 39: folder 15
Hi


Box 39: folder 16
Hickman, Emily


Box 39: folder 17
Hill, Agnes Gale


Box 39: folder 18
Hiller, Margaret


Box 39: folder 19
Hillis, Ina Ruth


Box 39: folder 20
Hirth, Emma


Box 39: folder 21
Hitchcock, Elizabeth French (Mrs. Ethan Allen)


Box 39: folder 22
Ho - Howard


Box 39: folder 23
Howarth, Susan


Box 39: folder 24
Hoy - Hum


Box 40: folder 1
Hun-Hz


Box 40: folder 2
Hunt, Bessie (Mrs. Fred Hunt)


Box 40: folder 3
I


Box 40: folder 4
Ingraham, Mary



General


Box 40: folder 5
Notes on Race Relations, 1942-52


Box 40: folder 6
Jac - Jar


Box 40: folder 7
Jackson, Alexine Clement


Box 40: folder 8
Jaynes, Joyce M.


Box 40: folder 9
Je - Ji


Box 40: folder 10
Jo-Joh


Box 40: folder 11
Job, Martha


Box 40: folder 12
Johnson, Lydia


Box 40: folder 13
Joi - Jz


Box 40: folder 14
Jones, Marian


Box 40: folder 15
Ka


Box 40: folder 16
Kawai, Michi


Box 40: folder 17
Ke - Kh


Box 41: folder 1
Kenyon, Dorothy


Box 41: folder 2
Khan, Ivy


Box 41: folder 3
Ki


Box 41: folder 4
Kl - Ky


Box 41: folder 5
Knight, Margaret


Box 41: folder 6
Knowles, Helen


Box 41: folder 7
Kuhn, Margaret (Maggie)


Box 41: folder 8
La


Box 41: folder 9
Lamborn, Elizabeth


Box 41: folder 10
Lamont, Elizabeth Kinney


Box 41: folder 11
Lea-Leo


Box 41: folder 12
Ler-Li


Box 41: folder 13
Lerrigo, Edith



General


Box 41: folder 14
Speeches and Writings


Box 41: folder 15
Ll- Lu


Box 41: folder 16
Love, Susan


Box 41: folder 17
Lowry, Genevieve


Box 41: folder 18
Lucke, Elmina


Box 41: folder 19
Lumpkin, Katharine DuPree


Box 41: folder 20
Lundy, Mary Ann


Box 41: folder 21
Ly


Box 42: folder 1
Lyon, Sarah


Box 42: folder 2
Ma-Map


Box 42: folder 3
MacArthur, Kathleen W.


Box 42: folder 4
Macdonald, A. Caroline


Box 42: folder 5
Macy, Edith Dewing (Mrs. Edward W.)


Box 42: folder 6
Mains, Frances Helen


Box 42: folder 7
Mar


Box 42: folder 8
Markey, Dorothy Gary


Box 42: folder 9
Marti, Elizatheth "Beth" (Mrs. Lloyd)


Box 42: folder 10
Marsh, Bessie (Mrs. Leo B.)


Box 42: folder 11
Marvel, Beth (Mrs. Archie D.)


Box 42: folder 12
Mas-May


Box 42: folder 13
Mathai-Davis, Prema


Box 42: folder 14
Mayhew, Abby Shaw


Box 42: folder 15
Mc


Box 42: folder 16
McAfee, (Martha) Jane


Box 42: folder 17
McCanse, Jessie Hill (Mrs. Ralph)


Box 42: folder 18
McCarthy, Louise Roblee (Mrs. Eugene Ross)


Box 42: folder 19
McClellan, Josephine N. (Mrs. William S.)


Box 42: folder 20
McClintock, Mabel Case (Mrs. H.H.)


Box 42: folder 21
McConnell, Dorothy Frances


Box 42: folder 22
McCombs, A. Parks


Box 42: folder 23
McCulloch, Rhoda


Box 42: folder 24
McFarland, Carmen


Box 42: folder 25
McWilliams, Marion Lerrigo (Mrs. William J.)


Box 42: folder 26
Mea - Mi


Box 43: folder 1
Mead, Ada Hardy (Mrs. Charles W.)


Box 43: folder 2
Mead, Margaret P.


Box 43: folder 3
Meares, Carrie


Box 43: folder 4
Mercer, Marion (Mrs. C. Douglas)


Box 43: folder 5
Miguel, Elisa (Mrs. M.C.)


Box 43: folder 6
Miller, Bernice


Box 43: folder 7
Miller, Elizabeth White (Mrs. Charles O.)


Box 43: folder 8
Miller, Ethel Prince (Mrs. Kenneth D.)


Box 43: folder 9
Mo


Box 43: folder 10
Monroe, Edna A. (Mrs. Marshall)


Box 43: folder 11
Moore, Elisabeth Luce (Mrs. Maurice T.)


Box 43: folder 12
Morris, Alice Vanderbilt (Mrs. Dave Hennen)



General


Box 43: folder 13
Scrapbook: notes and writings, 1902-21


Box 43: folder 14-15
Morrison, Barrying


Box 43: folder 16
Morriss, Margaret S.


Box 43: folder 17
Morse, Rebecca Finley


Box 43: folder 18
Morton, Helen


Box 43: folder 19
Moser, Frances


Box 43: folder 20
Mott, John R. and Leila


Box 43: folder 21
Mu-My


Box 43: folder 22
Muldowny, Ruth (Mrs. Sylvester)


Box 43: folder 23
Munn, Frances


Box 43: folder 24
Murphy, Betty Anne


Box 43: folder 25
Muskrat, Ruth


Box 43: folder 26
Musser, Elise (Mrs. Burton W.)


Box 43: folder 27
Na - Nj


Box 44: folder 1
Neely, Ann Elizabeth


Box 44: folder 2
No


Box 44: folder 3
Norris, Elizabeth Downe


Box 44: folder 4
O-Ol


Box 44: folder 5
Olcott, Katharine


Box 44: folder 6
On-Oz


Box 44: folder 7
Osilaja, (Elizabeth) Folaremi


Box 44: folder 8
Owen, Mildred



General


Box 44: folder 9
National Training School notebook, 1923-1924


Box 44: folder 10
Term papers, 1923, n.d.


Box 44: folder 11
Owens, Sarale Alice


Box 44: folder 12
Pa


Box 44: folder 13
Packard, Mary Woody (Mrs. Arthur W.)


Box 44: folder 14
Packard, Ruth L.


Box 44: folder 15
Paist, Theresa Wilber (Mrs. Frederic M.)


Box 44: folder 16
Palmer, Elizabeth


Box 44: folder 17
Papes, Alice


Box 44: folder 18
Park, Esther


Box 44: folder 19
Parker, Katherine Blunt (Mrs. Edwin B.)


Box 44: folder 20
Paul, Dorothea


Box 44: folder 21
Pawlowski, Georgia M.


Box 44: folder 22
Paxton, Jean Grigsby


Box 44: folder 23
Pe


Box 45: folder 1
Pell, Orlie


Box 45: folder 2
Perry, Frances


Box 45: folder 3
Perry, Sue


Box 45: folder 4
Pfeutze, Louise (Mrs. Paul E.)


Box 45: folder 5
Ph-Po


Box 45: folder 6
Ping, Margaret Li-A


Box 45: folder 7
Pole, Hilda


Box 45: folder 8
Pu-Q


Box 45: folder 9
Putnam, Glendora McIlwain


Box 45: folder 10
Ra- Re


Box 45: folder 11
Rainey, Mildred (Mrs. Homer)


Box 45: folder 12
Reed, Clara


Box 45: folder 13
Reynolds, Annie


Box 45: folder 14
Reynolds, Dolores


Box 45: folder 15
Ri


Box 45: folder 16
Rice, Anna V.


Box 45: folder 17
Rietveld, Harriet


Box 45: folder 18
Risley, Florence


Box 45: folder 19
Rob


Box 45: folder 20
Roberts, Caroline D. (Mrs. Marshall O.)


Box 46: folder 1
Robinson, Marion


Box 46: folder 2
Rockefeller family


Box 46: folder 3
Rockefeller, Abby Aldrich (Mrs. John D., Jr.)



General


Box 46: folder 4
Correspondence, 1918-29


Box 46: folder 5-8
Writings


Box 46: folder 9
Rockefeller, Mary French (Mrs. Laurance S.)


Box 46: folder 10
Roe, Mildred S.


Box 46: folder 11
Roelofs, Henrietta


Box 46: folder 12
Roosevelt, Eleanor


Box 46: folder 13
Rouse, Ruth


Box 46: folder 14
Royden, A. Maude


Box 46: folder 15
Ru-Ry


Box 47: folder 1
Russell, Maud



General


Box 47: folder 2
Inventory to papers at New York Public Library


Box 47: folder 3
Russell, Valerie


Box 47: folder 4
Sa


Box 47: folder 5
Saddler, Juanita


Box 47: folder 6
Savacool, Mildred


Box 47: folder 7
Sc


Box 47: folder 8
Schmidt, Irma (Mrs. George Paul)


Box 47: folder 9
Schulte, Lucy


Box 47: folder 10
Se


Box 47: folder 11
Sh


Box 47: folder 12
Sharon, Mary Bruce


Box 47: folder 13
Sheley, Helen


Box 47: folder 14
Shell, Helen H.


Box 47: folder 15
Sherman, Opan Woodley (Mrs. Dallas B.)


Box 47: folder 16
Shinn, Ruth


Box 47: folder 17
Si-Sm


Box 48: folder 1
Simms, Florence



General


Box 48: folder 2
Florence Simms: A Biography by Richard Roberts


Box 48: folder 3
Memorial Fund and Memorial Lecture at Smith College


Box 48: folder 4
Writings and student notes


Box 48: folder 5
Simons, Savilla Millis



General


Box 48: folder 6
Speeches and Writings


Box 48: folder 7
Sims, Mary


Box 48: folder 8
Sims, Norma


Box 48: folder 9
Skallerup, Nancy


Box 48: folder 10
Smith, Alice O. (Mrs. Allan C.)


Box 48: folder 11
Smith, Celestine Louise


Box 48: folder 12
Smith, Myra


Box 48: folder 13
Snyder, Ida Sloan


Box 48: folder 14
So


Box 49: folder 1
Sokoloff, Nancy Boyd


Box 49: folder 2
Southard, Helen


Box 49: folder 3
Spa-Spe


Box 49: folder 4
Spaulding, Pauline Snyder (Mrs. Sumner)


Box 49: folder 5
Sparling, Edna (Mrs. E.M.)


Box 49: folder 6
Spencer, Clarissa Hale


Box 49: folder 7
Speer, Emma Bailey (Mrs. Robert



General


Box 49: folder 8
Correspondence


Box 49: folder 9
Spellmann, Dorothea


Box 49: folder 10
Spi-Sta


Box 49: folder 11
Starr, Rhea


Box 49: folder 12
Stauffer, Norma


Box 49: folder 13
Ste-Stz


Box 49: folder 14
Steele, Henrietta Diszeroth


Box 49: folder 15
Stille, Sue


Box 49: folder 16
Stringfellow, Wilma


Box 49: folder 17
Stuff, Grace


Box 49: folder 18
Su-Sy


Box 49: folder 19
Ta-Te


Box 50: folder 1
Takeuchi, Kikuye


Box 50: folder 2
Taylor, Harriet


Box 50: folder 3
Taylor, Hazel Stout (Mrs. Joseph)


Box 50: folder 4
Terlin, Rose


Box 50: folder 5
Terry, Eva


Box 50: folder 6
Th-To


Box 50: folder 7
Thoburn, Helen


Box 50: folder 8
Thompson, Elizabeth Staplecamp (Mrs. Harry A.)


Box 50: folder 9
Thurman, Sue Bailey


Box 50: folder 10
Tillett, Gladys Avery (Mrs. Charles W.)


Box 50: folder 11
Timmel, Sally Jane


Box 50: folder 12
Townsend, Alice Greenough (Mrs. Edward M.)


Box 50: folder 13
Toyer, Aurelia


Box 50: folder 14
Tr-Tz


Box 50: folder 15
Travers, Lillian K.


Box 50: folder 16
Trecker, Harleigh B.


Box 50: folder 17
Troiano, Rose


Box 50: folder 18
Tucker, Katharine D. (Mrs. Henry H.)


Box 50: folder 19
Turner, Ella


Box 50: folder 20
Tyndall, Margaret


Box 50: folder 21
U


Box 50: folder 22
Va


Box 50: folder 23
Van Arsdale, May B.


Box 50: folder 24
Van Asch Van Wijck, Cornelia


Box 50: folder 25
Van Meter, Ruth


Box 50: folder 26
Vaughan, Katharine


Box 50: folder 27
Vawter, Dorothy Fuller (Mrs. William A.)


Box 50: folder 28
Ve-Vz


Box 50: folder 29
Volz, Verna


Box 50: folder 30
Wa


Box 51: folder 1
Waddell, Catherine Hughes (Mrs. Chauncey L.)


Box 51: folder 2
Walker, Helen M.


Box 51: folder 3
Walker, Irene


Box 51: folder 4
Walker, Katherine


Box 51: folder 5
We


Box 51: folder 6
Webb, Nellie S. (Mrs. James A., Jr.)


Box 51: folder 7
Weber, Eleanore (Mrs. Ford R.)


Box 51: folder 8
Wellington, Beatrice M.


Box 51: folder 9
Wh


Box 51: folder 10
Wheeler, Clara Boyd


Box 51: folder 11
Wheeler, Mary


Box 51: folder 12
White, Julia J.


Box 51: folder 13
Wi-Will


Box 51: folder 14
Wickenden, Elizabeth



General


Box 51: folder 15
Speeches and Writings


Box 51: folder 16
Wilcox, Elsie


Box 51: folder 17
Willett, Mary Jane


Box 51: folder 18
Williams, Frances Harriet


Box 51: folder 19
Williams, Marjorie Brackett


Box 51: folder 20
Williamson, Margaret


Box 51: folder 21
Wils-Wiz


Box 52: folder 1
Wilson, Carol Green (Mrs. George Osborn)


Box 52: folder 2
Wilson, Doris V.


Box 52: folder 3
Wilson, Elizabeth



General


Box 52: folder 4
The Road Ahead: Experiences in the Life of Frances C. Gage, The Womans Press, 1918


Box 52: folder 5
Wilson, Gertrude


Box 52: folder 6
Wilson, Jessie Woodrow


Box 52: folder 7
Wilson, Katharine Lobdell (Mrs. William R.)


Box 52: folder 8
Winn, Cordella


Box 52: folder 9
Wo-Wr


Box 52: folder 10
Wood, Mary E.


Box 52: folder 11
Woodsmall, Ruth Frances


Box 52: folder 12
Woolley, Mary E.


Box 52: folder 13
Wright, Sara-Alyce P.


Box 52: folder 14
Wu-Wy


Box 52: folder 15
Wygal, Winnifred


Box 52: folder 16
Y-Z


Box 52: folder 17
SERIES VI. 'FOREIGN' YWCAS REFERENCE FILES



British-American YWCA of Paris, 1904-12


Box 53: folder 1
YWCA of Argentina, 1914, 1940


Box 53: folder 2
YWCA of Australia, 1955, 1959, 1982


Box 53: folder 3
YWCA of Belize, 1999


Box 53: folder 4
YWCA of Burma: photograph album, Taunggyi day care centre, 1961-62

[see also YWCA of India, Burma and Ceylon below]



Box 53: folder 5
YWCA of Canada



General, 1928-90


Box 53: folder 6-8
Montreal: annual reports, 1877-78, 1940


Box 53: folder 9


Box 54: folder 1
YWCA of China

[see separate boxes listed below]




YWCA of Denmark, 1942, 1994


Box 54: folder 2
YWCA of German: "The German National Committee and Its Work", 1910


Box 54: folder 3
YWCA of Ghana: "Youth and Youth Organizations in Ghana", 1973


Box 54: folder 4
YWCA of Great Britain



General, 1884-1998, n.d.


Box 54: folder 5
Go Forward: Monthly Journal for Secretaries and Workers, Feb, Apr-Dec 1892


Box 54: folder 6-7
London



Annual Report, 1884-90


Box 54: folder 8-9
Our Own Gazette, 1896-1901



Vol. XV-?


Box 54: folder 10
Vol. XVII-XVIII


Box 55: folder 1-2
YWCA of Hong Kong, 1991-92

[see also YWCA of China]



Box 55: folder 3
YWCA of India, Burma, and Ceylon



General, 1908-44, n.d.


Box 55: folder 4
Our Indian Magazine, Oct-Dec 1899


Box 55: folder 5
The Young Women of India, , 1900-01


Box 55: folder 6-7
The Young Women of India and Ceylon, Sep 1914-May 1915, Apr- Jun 1916


Box 55: folder 8-10
Woman's Outlook in India



Jul-Dec 1916


Box 55: folder 11
Jan, Jun, Aug, Dec, 1917


Box 56: folder 1
Jan-May 1918


Box 56: folder 2
YWCA of Italy, n.d.


Box 56: folder 3
YWCA of Japan



General, 1913-66, n.d.


Box 56: folder 4
Photograph album, 1926-30


Box 56: folder 5
YWCA of Jordan, Christmas Crib Dolls, 1964, n.d.


Box 56: folder 6
YWCA of Kenya



General, 1987, n.d.


Box 56: folder 7
Handbook for Volunteers and Staff Responsible for Administration of YWCA Hostels, compiled by Norma Stauffer, n.d.


Box 56: folder 8
YWCA of Korea



General, 1973-74, n.d.


Box 56: folder 9
Scrapbook: Rural Training Centre, Tongnae, 1957


Box 56: folder 10
YWCA of Mexico: cookbook, 1960


Box 56: folder 11
YWCA of New Zealand: Auckland YWCA Peace Site scrapbook, 1987


Box 56: folder 12
YWCA of Singapore, 1914


Box 56: folder 13
YWCA of South Africa



General, 1908-09, 1986, n.d.


Box 57: folder 1
The Quarterly Record, 1918-28 (incomplete)


Box 57: folder 2
YWCA of Thailand: Cook Book, Bangkok, 1967; Annual Report, 1995


Box 57: folder 3
YWCA of Uganda: First African Sub-Region Workshop, 1993


Box 57: folder 4
YWCA of Zambia, 1964-71, n.d.


Box 57: folder 5
YWCA of China



General and History



General, 1914-79, n.d.


Box 58: folder 1
"Women in a Changing China: The YWCA" paper by Jean McCown, University of Michigan, 1971 Associations


Box 58: folder 2
Canton, 1913, 1932


Box 58: folder 3
Chefoo, 1932, n.d.


Box 58: folder 4
Foochow, 1914


Box 58: folder 5
Hong Kong, 1920, 1970


Box 58: folder 6
Peking, 1980, n.d.


Box 58: folder 7
Shanghai



General, 1911-38


Box 58: folder 8
Normal School of Hygiene and Physical Education, 1917-20


Box 58: folder 9
Tientsin, 1935-43


Box 58: folder 10
Scrapbook, circa 1932-34


Box 58: folder 11
Biography, 1936, n.d.


Box 58: folder 12
Constitution and By-laws, 1933


Box 58: folder 13
Minutes and reports



National Committee of the YWCA of China and Executive Committee



1919-26


Box 58: folder 14-19
1927-31, 1933


Box 59: folder 1-6
Ad Interim Committee and Executive Committee, 1936-37


Box 59: folder 7-8
Executive Committee, 1939, 1950


Box 59: folder 9
Reports



Miscellaneous, 1927-49, n.d.


Box 59: folder 10-11
Annual, 1915-47


Box 59: folder 12-14
"The YWCA in China", 1922


Box 59: folder 15
Conferences, 1908-40


Box 59: folder 16
Conventions, 1923, 1928, 1933


Box 60: folder 1-3
Financial, 1919-47, n.d.


Box 60: folder 4
Industrial Work



General, 1906-41, n.d.


Box 60: folder 5
Studies, 1928-31


Box 60: folder 6
International Education Commission, 1940, n.d.


Box 60: folder 7
Legal issues, 1937-43


Box 60: folder 8
Literature Project Commission, 1933


Box 60: folder 9
Publications



Miscellaneous, 1914-41, n.d.


Box 60: folder 10
News Items, 1918-19


Box 60: folder 11
The YWCA Magazine, 1923-25


Box 60: folder 12
The Green Year: The YWCA Magazine, 1923-35


Box 60: folder 13
The 'Green Year' Supplement



1925-27


Box 60: folder 14-16
1928-33


Box 61: folder 1-4
News letters, 1927-33


Box 61: folder 5
Songbooks, 1923-25


Box 61: folder 6
Study courses, 1921, 1923


Box 61: folder 7
Publicity, 1939-40


Box 61: folder 8
Reference materials, 1922-50, n.d.


Box 61: folder 9-10
Rural Work



General, 1932, 1935, n.d.


Box 61: folder 11
Photograph album, n.d.


Box 61: folder 12
Reports, 1928-39


Box 61: folder 13
Student Work, 1921-27, 1934


Box 61: folder 14
Student Relief Committee, 1939-40


Box 61: folder 15
Miscellaneous



Photograph albums: Grace Steinbeck, n.d.; Mary Elizabeth Durfee, Nanking YWCA, 1918-19; Abby Mayhew, 1913-21


Box 62: folder 1-3
Florence Pierce [Secretary in Peking (1925-27) Tientsin (1927-33); Executive Director, Mukden Association (1934-37), worked primarily with students]



General, 1974


Box 63: folder 1
Miscellaneous, 1926-62, n.d.


Box 63: folder 2
Correspondence, 1931-35, 1949-50


Box 63: folder 3
Writings, 1933, n.d.


Box 63: folder 4
Photograph albums


Box 63
"Minor Pilgrimages and Peking Scenes", 1929


Box 63
Tientsin YWCA activities


Box 63
China and Korea, 1925-27


Box 64
SERIES VII. WORLD'S YWCA REFERENCE FILES



General and History



General, 1908-99, n.d.


Box 65: folder 1-2
Historical publications



General, 1920s-40s, 1994


Box 65: folder 3-6
National Associations



1926-40


Box 65: folder 7
1947, 1955


Box 66: folder 1
General pamphlets, 1938-2000, n.d.


Box 66: folder 2
Constitution and policy statements (incomplete), 1934-95


Box 66: folder 3
Constitution re-drafting, 1953-54


Box 66: folder 4
Statements of Policy, 1963, 1994


Box 66: folder 5
Annual Reports (incomplete)



1896-1920


Box 66: folder 6
1974-2001


Box 67: folder 1
Committee to Nominate American Members of the World's Council, 1933-46


Box 67: folder 2
Conferences



1st-4th, 1898-


Box 67: folder 3
5th, 1914


Box 67: folder 4
Budapest, 1928


Box 67: folder 5
Miscellaneous, 1937-39, 1960-65


Box 67: folder 6-9
North America Area Conference of the YWCA: proceedings, 1937


Box 68: folder 1-3
Canada-United States Conference of the YWCA: proceedings, 1938


Box 68: folder 4-7
Consultations, 1955-59, 1961-1962, 1966, 1970-74


Box 68: folder 8-11
Council: proceedings/reports



1938, 1947, 1951, 1955, 1959, 1979, 1983, 1987


Box 69: folder 1-10
1991, 1995, 2003


Box 70: folder 1-2
Programmes and Projects



Cooperation for Development, 1977-86


Box 70: folder 3
Health Cluster Project, 1983-84


Box 70: folder 4
International Training Institute, 1980


Box 70: folder 5
International Voluntary Service, circa 1964


Box 70: folder 6
Mutual Service, 1951-59


Box 70: folder 7
Prayer Circle, 1935-51


Box 70: folder 8
Refugee and Rehabilitation Services, 1948-86


Box 70: folder 9
World YWCA Membership Day, 1961-72


Box 70: folder 10
World YWCA Day



1965-72


Box 70: folder 11-12
1980-94


Box 71: folder 1
YMCA-YWCA Week of Prayer, 1914, 1935-2000


Box 71: folder 2-6
Publications



Miscellaneous



1933-69


Box 71: folder 7-10
1972-91, n.d.


Box 72: folder 1-2
Common Concern (incomplete)



1976-93


Box 72: folder 3-10
1994-2001


Box 73: folder 1-4
Directories, 1939-97, n.d.


Box 73: folder 5-7
Human Rights, 1949, 1984-87


Box 73: folder 8
Pack [of Addresses] for Europe, 1949, 1981, 1988


Box 73: folder 9
Perspective, 1975-76


Box 74: folder 1
Prayers and Prayer Calendars, 1901-16, 1960-81, n.d.


Box 74: folder 2-3
Programme Bulletin and Programme Paper, 1961-73


Box 74: folder 4-7
Religion



1942-65


Box 74: folder 8
1970s-86, n.d.


Box 75: folder 1
Women's International Quarterly



Oct 1912-Jul 1916


Box 75: folder 2-3
Oct 1916-Jul 1919


Box 76: folder 1-2
World's YWCA Monthly (incomplete), 1941-67


Box 76: folder 3
World's YWCA News Service, 1923-30


Box 76: folder 4-5
World's YWCA Quarterly, 1896-Jul 1912


Box 77: folder 1-3
Young Women on the Move, 1994-97


Box 77: folder 4

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