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YWCA of the U.S.A. Records.
Record Group 8. Community Associations, 1884-2001
Collection number: Forms part of MS 324

Abstract:
This record group documents the National Association's interactions with local YWCAs and other types of general membership groups (such as Registered Groups). Materials include minutes; reports; publications; lists; forms, policies and procedures; correspondence and mailings; constitutions and by-laws; legal files; rosters; spreadsheets; studies and surveys; training materials; and files on individual Associations dating from 1884-2002. 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 with the following accesptions:

Portions of this collection are stored offsite. To access boxes 893-964 and 1061-1132, researchers must give two working days advance notice. Advanced notice is NOT required for other boxes or to view microfilmed records.

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
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Scope and Content

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

Brochure, "Where the RoadsLead," 1930

Brochure, "Where the Roads
Lead," 1930

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 or Scope and Contents notes under each Record Group.

This record group documents the National Association's interactions with local YWCAs and other types of general membership groups (such as Registered Groups). Materials include minutes; reports; publications; lists; forms, policies and procedures; correspondence and mailings; constitutions and by-laws; legal files; rosters; spreadsheets; studies and surveys; training materials; and files on individual Associations dating from 1884-2002.


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 with the following accesptions:

Portions of this collection are stored offsite. To access boxes 893-964 and 1061-1132, researchers must give two working days advance notice. Advanced notice is NOT required for other boxes or to view microfilmed records.

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."

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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.

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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

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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



Historical Note

Organizational responsibility for advisory services to, and day-to-day contact with, Community Associations was especially fluid during the first twenty-five years of the YWCA of the USA. This was probably due in part to the predecessor organizations' strong insistence that the fundamental differences between City and Student Associations required very different types of national organizations for administrative support; a point of view that substantially delayed the merger of the two predecessor organizations.

Initially, the National Association divided its staff into a Home Department (concerned with work in the U.S.) and a Foreign Department (concerned with U.S. staff working abroad). By 1909 the Association added a Department of Territorial Work with Field Secretaries in regional offices spread around the country. Part of its job was to bring together the various state and territorial committees established under the auspices of the predecessor organizations to form a coherent whole.

A 1910 reorganization replaced the Home and Territorial Work Departments with the Department of Method (renamed Research and Method in 1919) and the Department of Field Work. The Field Work Department was to be the "direct medium of information between the National Board and the field, providing information on standards, policies, finances, and work desired and contemplated." The Department of Method, worked at "developing and perfecting YWCA methods." As the YWCA expanded into different geographic regions and set about forming Associations in smaller towns and rural districts, it assigned some staff based of the size of the community, with certain individuals specializing in City, Town, or "Extension" (later Rural) work. Other secretaries specialized in work with particular "constituent groups," such as students, industrial workers, "colored" women, teen age girls, and new immigrants. The Method and Field Work Departments both had such specialist staff. The National Association assigned Specialist Field Secretaries based on the needs of a particular region. In 1915, for instance, the West Central region had a city secretary and two student secretaries, but no industrial secretary, while the Northeastern region had a city secretary, two industrial secretaries, a county secretary, and two student secretaries.

Method Department staff traveled the country visiting Associations and reporting on their area of expertise, but also on any other aspects of YWCA program they felt warranted comment. Field Work staff were experts in their region and communicated its needs and concerns to the national office. Both staffs contributed heavily to overall YWCA efforts, whether they were specifically assigned to the department charged with exchange of information or the department charged with development and perfection of methods.

From its earliest staff configurations, the National Association seems to have remained unsure about whether or not it was desirable to divide responsibility for "method" and "services." The major post-World War I reorganization in 1922-23 consolidated all of the staff who worked directly with Community Associations and "constituent groups" in a newly established Field Division, taking on the "promotion and advisory service" work previously done by the Research and Method Department. Research and specialist advisory work "in the subjects in which we should be specialists" such as religious psychology, social issues, world fellowship, bible, and health moved to a new Education and Research Division. [See RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, SERIES I. DEPARTMENT, STAFF, AND COMMITTEES.]

Financial difficulties of the Great Depression forced a major staff reduction in 1932. Responsibility for most "constituent groups" temporarily moved to the Leadership Division [See RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, SERIES II. TRAINING AND PERSONNEL] Services to Associations were consolidated in the new National Services Division, and the specialization of staff for City, Town, and Rural Associations was eliminated. The National Association decided it could no longer support such extensive travel by Secretaries and that they needed to develop methods for reporting on their work that were less time-consuming than the traditional narrative reports.

The Program Planning Study of 1939 resulted in another reorganization in 1940 with the Division of Community YWCAs (later known as the "Community Division") replacing "National Services." The National Association once again combined responsibility for program subjects and constituent groups with services to Community Associations. Five years later, program development was again separated from direct services to Associations and moved to the Program Subject Department [See RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, SERIES I. DEPARTMENT, STAFF, AND COMMITTEES.]

By 1950 the National Association's work with constituent groups was just a fraction of what it had been at the end of World War I, and the Association concluded that it could not afford to continue so much specialist staffing, particularly for Industrial and Business and Professional work. This change reduced its constituent group-related responsibilities. However, the implementation of a system for assessing each Community Association's performance in light of a set of "basic standards" set by the National Association created a new set of tasks for the Division. The 1949 Convention approved this new concept for membership of Community Associations in the YWCA of the USA after more than a decade of study and discussion.

Determining the Basic Standards (also known as Standards, and later, Standards of Excellence) became a part of each Convention, when plans were established for the work of the National Association in the following triennium. The Association developed, tested, and put into place a "Basic Standards" report form following the 1949 Convention. One of the elements it placed under close scrutiny was the adherence of Community Associations to the YWCA's Interracial Charter (adopted in 1946). Each triennium committees developed a set of "Basic Standards" for adoption at Convention. Once approved, they were enforced by the Committee on Membership in the National Association (MINA). Staff responsible for services to Associations assembled and maintained all of the related paperwork. Interactions between the National Association and Community Associations became increasingly about tracking each Association's financial support of the National Association, and assessing whether its administration and programs were in line with Convention actions.

Though the YWCA had been working explicitly toward a fully integrated organization since the adoption of its Interracial Charter in 1946, nearly twenty years later much work remained to be done. In response to the growing Civil Rights movement, the YWCA of the USA initiated an Action Program for Integration and Desegregation of Community YWCAs in 1963. [See RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, SERIES IV. CONSTITUTENT GROUPS, Subseries C. Interracial/Racial Justice] The National Board allocated special funds to help "every Community and Student Association achieve full compliance with our Interracial Charter and the Civil Rights Act of 1964." By the 1970 "One Imperative" Convention, the YWCA had developed the Action Audit for Change process. Designed to attempt to resolve institutional racism within the YWCA, the process began with every Community Association studying its own policies and programs. At the 1976 Convention, the Association established the Action Audit for Change Process as an ongoing requirement for continuing affiliation of Community and Student YWCAs with the national organization.

In response to the rapid social change and upheaval of the late 1960s, the YWCA of the USA concluded it needed another major reorganization to serve its potential membership more effectively. The Organizational Renewal Committee developed a "Team-Matrix" plan for implementation in 1971-72, but a major budget deficit and associated staff cut precluded its full implementation and the national staff entered a period of much shifting and tweaking of organizational responsibilities.

The idea behind the "Team-Matrix" plan was to develop a structure that would be able to respond quickly to the type of social upheaval associated with the late 1960s and early 1970s and make the most effective use of limited resources in a time of increasing demands. It was a purposefully non-hierarchical system designed to maximize communication and cooperation across the organization. Staff based in the regions were no longer so expressly associated with direct service to Associations, but were supposed to work with all of the units at headquarters. A new Organization Development Unit was put in charge of standards certification, organization of new YWCAs, and advice on operation of physical facilities (the Unit included a buildings consultant). It also included staff for Services to Urban Associations, once again acknowledging the unique characteristics of large and complex city Associations.

The National Association struggled with the partially implemented and understaffed 'Team-Matrix' system for some years, once again consolidating services to Community Associations under a Field Services Division in 1978. Field Services included Services to Urban Associations, Organization Development, and regional staff. Field Services took responsibility for Community Association certification and the Organization Development Unit took on a more standard "O.D." role, focused on advisory service. Direct service to Community Associations in need of specific help or advice continued on a smaller scale and more often by mail or telephone than through a visit from National Staff.

Once the National Association was more-or-less out of the business of program development, Community Associations were encouraged to share information about their new programs and methods. The National Office collected such materials for potential adaptation and dissemination to the whole Association. National staff also kept track of Associations involved in controversies and lawsuits, especially those that had the potential to make a serious negative impact on the National Association. These included pressures to merge with YMCAs, lawsuits challenging the all-female board membership policy on sex discrimination grounds (EEOC vs. Tucson YWCA), and a variety liability lawsuits.

In the early 1980s Community Associations began agitating for improved services from the national offices. They complained of unclear lines of responsibility and a lack of accountability. They felt they weren't getting the kind of help they needed. In the resulting reorganization (1984), Organization Development was eliminated. In 1988, the National Association modified the Association Standards Review process to save costs, and replaced the visit by a National Review Team with a conference call.

Project Redesign in 1992, a major study by KPMG Peat Marwick, Inc., evaluated the national office and its service to Community Associations. Input gathered from Associations and focus groups resulted in, among other things, a new office called Member Association Services (MAS). Technical assistance to Associations was eliminated as well as consulting on program and resource development. MAS was charged with reinvigorating state and regional councils for improved interchange of information and "rigorously enforcing adherence to the standards." Community Associations that routinely met their national support payment quotas and basic standards demanded that MINA develop a process for bringing delinquent Associations into full compliance. Whatever the intention, this tightening of enforcement resulted in worsening of relations between the national office and Community Associations as well as the loss of roughly eleven percent of Associations.

Poor relations between the National Association and Community Associations was one major impetus for a series of strategic planning initiatives through the 1990s. A special convention in 2000, approved a major restructuring plan called "Steps to Absolute Change." [See RECORD GROUP 1. GENERAL AND HISTORY, SERIES II. REORGANIZATIONS, and RECORD GROUP 2. PREDECESSOR ORGANIZATIONS AND NATIONAL BOARD, SERIES III. NATIONAL COORDINATING BOARD]

Administrative History
1907Home Department
1909Territorial Work Department and Home Department
1910Field Work Department and Method Department
1919Field Work Department and Research and Method Department
1923Field Division
1932National Services Division
1940Division of Community YWCAs
1972Organization Development Unit, Services to Urban Associations, and regionally-based staff
1978Field Services Division (includes Services to Urban Associations and Regions), and Organization Development Unit (eliminated 1984)
1992Member Association Services

Scope and Content

Records in this Series include minutes; reports; publications; lists; forms, policies and procedures; correspondence and mailings; constitutions and by-laws; legal files; rosters; spreadsheets; studies and surveys; and training materials dating from 1884-2002.

This finding aid uses the term "Community Association" (as distinct from "Student Association") in referring to all general membership groups. The YWCA itself sometimes used "Local Association" and, in recent years, "Member Association." Also included here are materials about other general membership groups that were not full-fledged Associations, such as Registered Groups and Authorized Groups. Information on Student Associations can be found in RECORD GROUP 7. STUDENTS.

As is true elsewhere, few records have survived for the period between 1971 and 1988.

Department/Division records provide rich documentation of the development and growth of the National Association, its methods and program, especially in the minutes and the visitation reports up to 1931. Traveling Secretaries reported on the situation at existing Associations and in the surrounding community, as well as areas of the country where the National Association was considering establishing new Associations. Included are special studies of rural communities to determine how the YWCA, which evolved in urban settings, could serve geographically dispersed communities. In later years, similar information can be found in reports by Regional Staff. The earliest records of national staff interactions with Community Associations can be found in the minutes and reports of the Department. The National Association did not keep files on individual Community Associations until the establishment of the Field Division in 1923.

Even though they were not always under the supervision of the department or division responsible for services to Community Associations, all of the City, Town, and Rural Communities Departments' records are filed together here in the interests of ease of access. For the years 1910-23, researchers should also consult the records of the Department of Method/Research and Method [in RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM] which officially oversaw those departments.

Records associated with the system established in 1949, requiring Community Associations to meet 'Basic Standards' in order to maintain membership in the National Association document one of the important ways the YWCA of the USA brought about a variety of changes in Community and Student Associations, from buying in to the more radical political and social stands of the organization (including racial integration, support for the Equal Rights Amendment, etc.), to sound administrative practices (full payment of 'National Support' dues, training of Association leaders, etc.).

Materials in this series document evolving relations between the national office and Community Associations, both good and bad. For instance, they provide extensive evidence of deteriorating relations between national and locals that lead up to the major restructuring of 1999-2001. The also provide much insight into relations with the YMCA, as many Community Associations shared facilities with the YM, and felt keenly local pressures to merge operations.

Some unusual materials of note include: a set of Rural-Industrial Studies funded by the Ford Foundation in the mid-1920s and records of YWCA activities at the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915, (in the files of the Exposition Auxiliary Committee of the Field Work Department.)

Microfilmed Records, 1884-1970 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel List]

Most of the Minutes and Reports are also available on paper, notable exceptions being the early Field, State, and Territorial Committee files.

Certain portions of the Subject Files materials are also available on paper, in general these include departmental publications, reports, and studies.

  • Minutes and Reports
    • 1884-spring 1932:
      • City Department
      • Employment and Room Registry
      • Exposition, Panama-Pacific
      • Field Committees
      • Field and Territorial Committees
      • Field Division
      • Food Service
      • Rural Communities Department/Committee
      • State Committees
      • Territorial Committees
      • Town Department
    • fall 1931-1970:
      • Community Division Committee
      • Community Division
      • National Services Division
      • New Organization Committee
  • Subject Files
    • Department and division reports, publications, and studies can be found under:
      • Advisory Correspondence Study and Procedures
      • Buildings
      • Community Division
      • Dedication Services [for Community Association buildings]
      • Fields and Field Work
      • Food
      • Housing [residences, room registry]
      • Regions
      • Rural
      • YWCA

Original Format Records, 1907-2001, n.d., 17 linear feet

[see Original Format Records folder list]

This series consists of records of the national office, staff, and committees charged with communicating with and providing services to community associations. Included are minutes, reports, correspondence, training materials, publications, etc., designed for association-wide use. This series includes some early reports on individual associations in Secretaries' visitation reports, but most of the materials about specific associations can be found in SERIES IV. COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS FILES of this Record Group.

As described in the Historical Note above, staff responsible for services to Community Associations was very closely linked to the staff developing "Method" for the National Association. Even though oversight of the City, Town, and Rural Communities departments was shifted between the Field (association services) and Research and Method Departments (program and methods), the work of those departments remained consistent. For ease of access, all of the City, Town, and Rural Communities Department records are filed together in this series. Researchers should also consult the records of the Research and Method Department (which had responsibility for those departments 1910-23). [see RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM]

The records are divided into two Subseries:

  • Subseries A. Records, 1906-spring 1932
  • Subseries B. Records, fall 1932-2002

Subseries A. Records, 1906-spring 1932

This subseries covers the period during which support staff for Community Associations specialized in services and program for larger cities, smaller towns, and rural areas. The records are arranged in sections as follows: General and History, Minutes, Publications, Reports, Special Projects, and then Studies.

Within the first four sections (General and History, Minutes, Publications, and Reports), records of the department/division responsible for overall administration of the work (Territorial Work, Field Work, Field Division) are filed first, followed by the records of the specialized departments (City, Town, and Rural.)

The Special Projects section consists of the records of the Exposition Auxiliary Committee, responsible for the YWCA's work at the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco and the Rural Communities Politics program of the mid-1920s.

The Studies section is primarily a set of rural studies funded by the Ford Foundation in the mid-1920s. They are arranged alphabetically by state with general reports filed at the end.

Subseries B. Records, fall 1932-2002

Materials in this subseries begin with the major administrative reorganization of 1932 which eliminated the specialist City, Town, and Rural staff.

The series is arranged in sections as follows: Department/Division, Committees and Task Forces, Community Associations, Conferences and Meetings, Programs and Projects, Regional Staff and Councils, Reports, and Training.

Department/Division materials are arranged chronologically by department (National Services Division, Community Division, Organization Development Unit, Services to Urban Associations, Field Services, and then Member Associations Services) Materials include general office forms, correspondence, and staff meeting minutes.

Committees and Task Forces includes memoranda, correspondence, notes, agendas, and minutes grouped according to the Department (Community Division, Organization Development, Member Association Services.)

Community Associations files consist of mailings, notes, summaries, forms, guidelines and questionnaires.

Conferences and Meetings has local arrangements, reports, and general materials about a small number of gatherings, arranged chronologically.

Programs and Projects contains minutes, correspondence, mailings, notes, summaries, reports, reference materials, and "work tools" for Programs and Projects related to Association administration, residences, rural work, and the organization of new YWCAs. Of particular note are records related to the Action Plan to accelerate racial integration in Community YWCAs, 1963-65.

Publications produced by the Services to Community Associations staff deal with such topics as Association buildings and residences, effective Association administration, and the organization of new YWCAs. They are arranged alphabetically by title.

Regional Staff and Councils materials consist of correspondence, newsletters, and conference announcements and reports. The bulk of the materials date from the 1990s to 2001.

Reports contains General reports on subjects such as types of Associations, residences, and membership, arranged chronologically. The Staff reports are chronological accounts of staff activities, 1971-2001.

Training materials consist of handouts, reports, advertising, and local arrangements materials for training opportunities on such subjects as community relations, financial management, effective administration, and residences. They are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Related Materials

In other Series in this Record Group

Records of the department's interactions with individual Community Associations can be found in the SERIES IV. COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS FILES.

In other Record Groups

Extensive discussions of the role of the National Board in relation to Community Associations are in the National Board and Executive Committee minutes and reports in RECORD GROUP 2. PREDECESSOR ORGANIZATIONS AND NATIONAL BOARD.

Additional material about the changes in administrative structure can be found in SERIES II. REORGANIZATIONS in RECORD GROUP 1. GENERAL AND HISTORY.

Because "Method" and program development were sometimes part of the responsibility of this department and sometimes in a separate department, researchers should also consult RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, SERIES I. DEPARTMENT, STAFF, AND COMMITTEES, particularly for the years up to 1932.

Additional materials about the Action Plan to accelerated integration of Community YWCAs can be found in RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, in SERIES IV. CONSTITUTENT GROUPS, Subseries C. Interracial/Racial Justice.




Historical Note

The YWCA of the USA was founded to provide services and program support to Associations and other membership groups located all over the U.S. Most of its member associations were Community Associations (known during some periods as "Local" or "Member" Associations), which served a geographic area; or Student Associations, which served students at individual colleges or universities.

Other types of organized groups also existed. Registered YWCAs (or Registered YWCA Clubs) were defined in 1933 as "the germ of a local YWCA." District YWCAs were formed in rural areas where an Association with a central building could not effectively serve the geographically dispersed population. Both types of groups generally functioned without paid staff and received advice, program materials, training, and other support from the National Association . County Associations were an early attempt at staffing rural work. They were established in rural areas with a large enough population and associated financial means to support a paid secretary, but lacking the resources to support a full-fledged Association with a building.

As the YWCA of the USA moved out of its initial period of expansion, it felt the need of a device for measuring the quality of its Associations' programs. The Standards Study (1935-39), carried out by the Laboratory Division and the Standards Study Committee, sought to define a set of "definite principles by which Associations may be recognized as members of the National Association in good standing or sub-standard."

Based on the Basic Standards Study, the Community Division eventually developed a "Basic Standards Report" form which was presented at Convention in 1949 along with proposed amendments to the by-laws. Representing a "new concept of membership," the changes called for each Convention to adopt a set of "Basic Standards" for Community Associations to meet in order to "put Convention actions into living form" during the succeeding triennium. Each Association would be required to file a report on its program and work in relation to these Standards once in each Convention cycle. The by-laws revision was approved at Convention and Associations were required to complete and submit their first Basic Standards Reports in the 1949-52 triennium.

As part of the 1949 by-laws revision, the National Association established the Committee on Membership in the National Association (MINA). It's job was to assess whether new organizations met the requirements for membership in the YWCA of the USA and subsequently recommend them for Association status; to determine whether existing Associations were meeting standards for maintenance of their membership; and recommend disaffiliation of Associations not meeting standards and paying dues. It also recommended dissolution of inactive Associations.

The adoption of this new system of standards gave the National Association a tool to induce a variety of changes in Community and Student Associations, from buying-in to the more radical political and social stands of the organization (including racial integration, support for the Equal Rights Amendment, etc.), to implementing sound administrative practices (full payment of 'National Support' dues, training of Association leaders, etc.).

Though the new system technically gave MINA the authority to get tough with Associations not meeting the standards, over the years the National Association, true to its commitment to fostering intergroup relationships across "whatever barriers separate them," seems to have preferred gentle persuasion over rigorous enforcement, particularly during the volatile civil rights era.

By the late 1960s, the National Association noted a wide degree of variation in the manner in which Basic Standards Reports were filled out. A new Association Review Process was developed to be a 'deeper and broader measuring stick' of the health and vitality of Associations. Under this system, once every 6 years (two triennia) each Association would do a careful self-study that would be followed by a visit and conference with a National Review Team and a final report. The final report's recommendations would be submitted to MINA. If the Review Team concluded that the Association's program could not be accredited, it was given a specific list of things needing improvement and six years in which to do something about it before it could be recommended for disaffiliation.

In response to a variety of factors, including, among other things, rapid suburbanization after World War II, a new type of organization was approved at the 1967 Convention and existed for five or six years. 'Accredited YWCAs' could be formed in communities of 50,000 population or less, or in larger communities which could only support a small YWCA. They were required to have good membership, program, and business procedures, but not required to have a building, staff, or the variety and complexity of program offered at a larger Association.

In the interests of efficiency and cost effectiveness, the National Association simplified the Association Review process in1988 replacing the Review Team visit with a conference call.

As part of its efforts to re-vitalize the national organization in the 1990s, the Association developed a special category for newly-forming YWCAs. "Provisional YWCA" status gave a group interested in establishing a new Association four years of "maximum services" from national staff and assistance from state/regional councils and nearby Associations. If all requirements were met at the end of that period, the Provisional YWCA became a Community YWCA.

One of the changes requested by Community Associations consulted in 1992 during the major reorganization process known as Project Redesign, was a "rigorous enforcement" of adherence to standards by Community Associations. MINA was charged with the task of developing a process that would bring delinquent Associations into full compliance with National Association standards for program within two triennia and working out payment schedules for unpaid dues. This time, the National Association moved beyond gentle persuasion and the tightening of enforcement resulted in the loss of roughly 11% of Associations and a worsening of relations between the national office and Community Associations. All of which probably contributed to the major restructuring of the National Association in 1999-2001.

By the 1996 Convention, YWCA members voted to simplify the Standards system. Community YWCAs would use the 'Standards of Excellence' approved at Convention as a tool for self-evaluation. Affiliation in the YWCA of the USA would allow them to operate programs within a defined geographic area that focused generally on the empowerment of women and girls and the elimination of racism.

Scope and Content

This series documents the policies and practices related to membership requirements (affiliation, disaffiliation, accreditation, and inactive, probation, and provisional status) for Community Associations in the National Association. Included are copies of the "Basic Standards" established at Conventions, samples of various report forms, and procedures related to membership. There is also summary information about affiliated associations, disaffiliations, and name changes, plus general information about various types of Associations and groups, such as Registered Groups and District Associations.

The series also contains records of the Standards Study (1935-39), the Basic Standards Committee (1947-69), and the Committee on Membership in the National Association (1952-2001) which document the formation of membership policy and Association standards.

Microfilmed Records, 1906-70 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel List]

Records for the years covered by the microfilm for the most part duplicate the surviving original format records.

  • Minutes and Reports contains records of the major committees:
    • Membership in the National Association Committee
    • Membership Policies Committee
    • Standards Study Committee records include forms and publications
  • Subject Files include miscellaneous lists and policies and procedures related to membership of associations under:
    • Lists of Associations in Existence
    • National Board
    • YWCA

Original Format Records, 1886-2001, n.d., 3 linear feet

[see Original Format Records Folder List]

There are a few original format materials dated before 1970, such as the Affiliations, Disaffiliations, and Name Change notebooks, that were not microfilmed. There are relatively substantial records policies, procedures, and forms, as well and Committee on Membership in the National Association records that were created after microfilming was complete.

Included are lists, forms, guidelines, and policies and procedures related to membership of Associations in the YWCA of the USA along with records of the Standards Study Committee and the Committee on Membership in the National Association.

Related Materials

In other Series in this Record Group

Completed Basic Standards and Association Review reports as well as correspondence with individual Associations about their membership status are in the SERIES IV. COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS FILES.

Discussions of membership issues can also be found in the records of the various departments providing services to Community Associations in SERIES I.

In other Record Groups

Materials related to membership of Student Associations are in RECORD GROUP 7. STUDENT WORK.

Issues related to membership of Associations and standards for Association membership were regularly discussed by the National Board and Executive Committee. See National Board minutes and reports in RECORD GROUP 2.

Establishment of Basic Standards/Standards of Excellence for Community Associations was part of the regular business at Convention. See RECORD GROUP 4.

Records related to policies for Membership of individuals (as opposed to Associations) are in SERIES III of RECORD GROUP 1. GENERAL AND HISTORY.




Historical Note

The Hollywood Studio Club grew out of informal meetings of "a group of ambitious girls" who gathered in the basement of the Hollywood Public Library in the summer of 1916 to read plays together. The Librarian, worried for their welfare, consulted other Hollywood women, who formed themselves into a Committee to sponsor club work among young women employed in the burgeoning motion picture industry. Working in close collaboration with the Los Angeles YWCA, the women secured contributions from Hollywood business men to rent a Club House at 6129 Carlos Ave. The building was used primarily as a "social and educational center" but it also had facilities for short-term housing for a small number of new arrivals in Hollywood and emergency accommodations for the unemployed.

In the spring of 1919, a special committee of the Field Work Department of the YWCA of the USA recommended that the National Board assume responsibility for the Hollywood Studio Club "as a demonstration of work among the moving picture profession." The experimental work was administered through the Pacific Coast Field Committee of the Field Work Department beginning in the fall of 1919. While such experiments were not unusual for the National Association to undertake, usually on a trial basis, the publicity potential of the "Glamour Branch of the YWCA" was not lost on the National Board and the Club continued as a "special project" of the National Association until 1965.

The National Board purchased the Club House on Carlos Ave. in March of 1920, but soon found its facilities, which could only house 22, inadequate for the needs of the many young women flocking to Hollywood. A campaign was launched in 1923 to raise funds for a new building with Constance Adams de Mille (Mrs. Cecil B.) as its chair. San Francisco architect Julia Morgan was hired to design the structure on a centrally located lot close to all of the major studios. The new building at 1215 Lodi Place could house as many as 94 residents or transients and had a dining room where non-residents could get good food at reasonable prices. There were also rehearsal rooms, a telephone answering service, and various recreational activities.

The Studio Club's first Director, Marjorie Williams, a graduate of the YWCA's National Training School, established an effective and well-respected facility with excellent relations with the film industry. She also established a pattern of management which did not emphasize interpretation of the YWCA program or require membership in the YWCA. The Club operated "according to the spirit, if not so much to the letter" of Community YWCAs: community living at a good address with "girls" from many places in a well regulated situation with excellent food, attractive surroundings, and "the assurance of a friendly counselor."

With an eye to expansion of its facilities, the YWCA purchased the lot adjacent to the Studio Club in 1943. In response to the serious lack of housing for women in the armed services during World War II, the Studio Club offered to license the lot to the County War Council for construction of a temporary Guest House for Service Women. Completed in August of 1944, the Guest House could accommodate 100 women. After the War it served as a Studio Club annex until October of 1949, when it was destroyed by fire.

In the mid-1930s, the National Association resolved to limit its property holdings as much as possible, but was unable to find suitable buyers for some of its assets until after World War II. When buyers were finally found for the Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, California, in 1951 and the Grace Dodge Hotel in 1959, the Committee of Management of the Studio Club felt the Club would probably also soon be sold, and hesitated to ask for funding for the substantial capital improvements needed on their aging building. Over time the Studio Club's unique status became somewhat of a liability. Unclear lines of responsibility meant the Club had no real advocate in the National Association. Though the Club was mostly self-sufficient, it existed without any reserve funds for unusual expenses. It also did not make regular "national support" payments to the National Association.

A 1959 study of the Studio Club and "its relationships" concluded it remained without a doubt a necessary and useful facility, but one that needed "new relationships" in order to continue successfully. The report advocated for a five to seven year exploration of alternatives. In the end, the Committee of Management asked the Los Angeles YWCA if it would be interested in an affiliation and the National Association transferred responsibility for management of the Club to the YWCA of Los Angeles in 1964.

The Hollywood Studio Club was ultimately closed by the Los Angeles YWCA in 1975, a "victim of changing times and fire codes."

Noted Hollywood Studio Club "alumnae" include Zasu Pitts, Ayn Rand, Donna Reed, Maureen O'Sullivan, Linda Darnell, Barbara Hale, Dorothy Malone, Barbara Rush, Marilyn Monroe, and Kim Novak.

Administrative History
1919-25Pacific Coast Field Committee, Field Work Department/Field Division
1925-31City Department
1932Business Committee, General Administration
1933-40Special Project, National Services Division
1940-50Special Project, Community Division
1950-60General Administration
1960-65Executive Office

Scope and Content

Materials in this section document the National Association's interactions with the Club.

Included are legal files about properties and mortgages, correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes and reports of the Committee of Management, reports of the Club Director, and the 1959 Study of the Club.

The Club Director's reports 1938-40, Jun 1949-1964 provide extensive information about house activities, career advancements of club members, problems and illnesses, visitors and alumnae.

Though the 1940s are described as the hey-day of the Club, few records have survived from that decade.

Most of the records are available in both microfilm and original format.

Microfilmed Records, 1917-70 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel List]

Minutes and Reports of the Committee of Management and the House Director can be found under 'Hollywood Studio Club.'

Subject Files: General information on the Club from the 1950s and 1960s can be found under 'Real Estate.'

Local Association Files: Correspondence and reports (1920-48) can be found under California, 'Hollywood Studio Club' and under 'Los Angeles, Hollywood Studio Club.'

Original Format Records, 1917-80, n.d., 1.5 linear feet

[see Original Format Records Folder List]

Included are correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes, reports by national staff and by the Club Director, legal files about mortgages and real estate, and general historical materials.

Related Materials

In other Series in this Record Group

Discussions of the Club also appear in the minutes and reports of the department/division with responsibility for its work. These include: Field Work Department, Field Division, City Department, National Services Division, and Community Division in SERIES I of this Record Group.

In other Record Groups

As a special project of the National Board, discussions about the Club regularly appear in the National Board and Executive Committee minutes in RECORD GROUP 2. PREDECESSOR ORGANIZATIONS AND NATIONAL BOARD.

Photographs of the Club and Club activities are in RECORD GROUP 9. PHOTOGRAPHS.

In other repositories

Additional materials can be found in the YWCA of Los Angeles Collection it the Urban Archives Collection, California State University-Northridge.




Historical Note

From the earliest days of the two predecessor organizations, statistical information was collected and maintained about each Community Association's programs and financial contributions to the national effort.

This type of information gathering continued after the founding of the YWCA of the U.S.A. in 1906-07. At the time, the National Association's main concern was the growth of the new organization and the efficacy of its services. The information collected was primarily put to use by the staff working to attract financial support and build the public image of the National Association.

The cut in staff and reorganization of work that resulted in the establishment of the Field Division in 1923 represented the beginnings of a new way of thinking about how best to provide services to Community Associations. In her report to the 1922 Convention, "The Association Movement Today," the General Secretary noted that the Association may have reached the end of its initial expansion period and should now begin to strive for "quality, and not quantity" of Associations. The Field Committees, "to which we owe our rapid growth," were re-assigned to fund-raising work and the national staff was "readjusted . . . so that local units and national headquarters are in closer touch."

One of the tools for the "readjusted" staff to enhance the services provided to Associations appears to have been the establishment of a central "geographic" file (later known as the "Local Associations" file) with folders for each Association. Visitation report forms were designed to gather information about individual Associations which could be filed in that Association's folder. (Prior to this time, Secretaries' reports tended to be chronological accounts of their travels, with commentary on the many Associations visited over the course of a trip combined in a single report.)

The concept behind the staff readjustment was carried further in the 1932 reorganization and staff reduction when services to Associations was further streamlined into a National Services Division and the City, Town, and Rural Communities departments were eliminated.

The development of a system (adopted at the 1949 Convention) by which Associations were expected to meet a set of "basic standards" in order to remain affiliated with the National Association had a profound effect on the relationship between the YWCA of the USA and its member Associations. As the National Association reduced its program development activities, particularly after World War II, the work of the department charged with providing services to Community Associations became increasingly about monitoring this "basic standards" reporting process and tracking each Association's financial support of the National Association. Once the Action Audit for Change process was adopted in the 1970s, that reporting was also the responsibility of the department.

While record-keeping related to membership regulations increased, direct service to Community Associations in need of specific help or advice continued, but on a smaller scale and more often by mail or telephone than through a visit from National Staff. As the National Association scaled back its program activities, Community Associations were encouraged to share information about their new programs and methods. The National Office collected such materials for potential adaptation and dissemination to the whole Association. National staff also kept track of local pressures to merge operations with the YMCA and Associations involved in controversies and lawsuits, especially those that had the potential to make a serious negative impact on the National Association. Included in these are lawsuits challenging the all-female board membership policy on sex discrimination grounds (EEOC vs. YWCA of Tucson), and a variety of liability lawsuits and problems with tenants.

Scope and Content

The National Association appears to have begun to keep files on individual Associations with the staff reorganization in 1923. The files created at that time contain some earlier items, particularly information about the original affiliation of Member Associations and copies of constitutions and by-laws. The records of interactions between national staff and individual Associations, including the extensive and rich correspondence and visitation reports, date from 1923 on.

Included are such topics as relations with branches (usually 'colored' branches, but also International Institutes); progress with racial integration; studies on various topics carried out either by the Association or by a local agency; affiliation/disaffiliation history, lawsuits; and controversies. The files can include Association histories, materials about program, rosters of staff and volunteer leadership, reports on YM-YW cooperation, information about the Association's building, and annual reports. Many also include consultants' reports and special studies on any and all topics of interest to the YWCA, such as race relations, industrial conditions, and youth. These can be a rich source of historical information about individual YWCAs, but they are not particularly comprehensive. What is included is somewhat dependent on what the Community Association thought to send to the National Office.

After 1930, the Association phased out the extensive written reports of its early years. Though Secretaries continued to file visitation reports, they did not travel as much and the files are much less likely to contain records of extensive interaction with the National Association. Once the Basic Standards system was initiated after World War II, Community Association files tend to primarily contain Basic Standards report forms and updated constitution and affiliation/certification (including dissolution and disaffiliation) history materials. Also included are Action Audit for Change reports on progress toward eliminating institutional racism.

Community Association files also document inquiries from individuals interested in forming new YWCAs and associated records.

As with elsewhere in the records, very little survives from 1971-87.

The later files document the process for "rigorously enforcing adherence to the standards" that was undertaken as a part Project Redesign in 1992. They also contain extensive evidence of deteriorating relations between National and its Community Associations.

Microfilmed Records, 1884-1970 only

[see Microfilmed Records Reel list]

Most of the materials in the extensive Local Associations files on the microfilm were discarded after filming. Surviving paper records from that period (1884-1970) are extremely fragmentary. Reel 169, containing the pre-1950 records of some Florida Associations (Gainesville-West Palm Beach) and Georgia Associations (Albany-Brunswick) is lost.

The microfilmed records include some very early materials, but the bulk are dated after the establishment of the Field Division in 1923.

The earlier microfilmed Local Associations files are rich sources of information about Associations and their various Branches and International Institutes. Included are YWCA and other organizations' studies and surveys of the local community and particular constituencies within it. These regularly include local interracial, youth, immigration, and industrial studies among other topics. There are also files on YWCA cooperation at the local level with other social service organizations, particularly the YMCA.

The microfilmed Local Associations files also contain some records of World War I era facilities (filed by location) as well as some records of the Hollywood Studio Club (under California.)

Filming of the "Local Associations" files was done in three batches: materials covering the years 1884 to 1950; 1951 to 1960; and 1961to 1970. Each batch is arranged alphabetically by state and then alphabetically by location of the Association.

Please note: The Inventory lists the types of materials that were filmed, but not necessarily in the order in which they appear on the film.

Original Format Records, 1868-2002, 108 linear feet

[see Original Format Records Folder List]

The Paper Records are arranged in two Subseries:

Subseries A. Community Associations Historical Files

Most of the materials in the extensive Local Associations files on the microfilm were discarded after filming. Surviving paper records from that period (1884-1970) are extremely fragmentary.

These files consist primarily of materials assembled by the YWCA Librarian and Archivists to provide historical information about Community Associations. Included are publications, clippings, studies, histories, and reports. There are a few miscellaneous early office records that were transferred from offices after the National Board Archives was established. These may not have been microfilmed. Some major studies and reports on individual Associations that were part of the National Board library collection can be found here. Also included are responses to the National Board Archives Project 1974 questionnaire about historical records held by Associations.

They are arranged alphabetically by state, then alphabetically by location or name of the Association.

Subseries B. Community Associations Files

These files are the equivalent of the Local Associations files on the microfilm, but date between 1988 and 2002. They are the files maintained by the Member Association Services office.

Included in this series are the various reports and records required for maintaining affiliation with the National Association, such as updated constitution and by-laws, summary financial records, statistical reports and general information on program.

The correspondence deals with affiliation-related issues, and can also include advisory correspondence, and materials on local controversies, as well as such things as arrangements for visits by national staff. The MAS office also kept track of any lawsuits filed against Community Associations.

The materials are filed by state and then by the most current name of the Association (as of 2002) with its location/city in parentheses where applicable.

Related Materials

In other Series in this Record Group

The earliest records of national staff interactions with Community Associations can be found in the minutes and reports of the departments providing services to associations (Field Work, City, Town, Rural Communities) in SERIES I of this Record Group. These include 1907-23 reports of visits to Associations.

In other Record Groups

There is some correspondence with Community Associations in RECORD GROUP 3. NATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE, in SERIES I. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION and in RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, SERIES III. PUBLIC ADVOCACY.

Materials related to the Action Program for Integration and Desegregation of Community Associations and the Action Audit reporting program can be found in RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM, SERIES IV. CONSTITUENT GROUPS, Subseries C. Interracial/Racial Justice.

The Department of Data and Statistics (in RECORD GROUP 3. NATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE, SERIES 4 ) published compilations of statistics gleaned from report forms submitted by Community Associations.

Detailed reports from individual Associations affiliated with the two predecessor organizations to the YWCA of the U.S.A. are included in the Conference and Convention Proceedings of those organizations in RECORD GROUP 2. PREDECESSOR ORGANIZATIONS AND NATIONAL BOARD.

Additional early information about interactions with Associations can be found in the minutes and reports of the State, Territorial, and Field Committees in RECORD GROUP 2. PREDECESSOR ORGANIZATIONS AND NATIONAL BOARD.

Routine reports on activities of Community Associations can be found in the YWCA of the USA's main serial publication: The Association Monthly/Womans Press/YWCA Magazine/YWCA Interchange in SERIES 6. PUBLICATIONS of RECORD GROUP 6. PROGRAM.

Similar types of records about Student Associations is in RECORD GROUP 7. STUDENT WORK.

In other repositories

The Sophia Smith Collection maintains a list of repositories known to hold historical records of Community and Student YWCAs.

Contents List
SERIES I. SERVICES TO COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS



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.

Subseries A. 1907-spring 1932



General and History



Field Work Department, 1913-20, n.d.


Box 808: folder 1
Field Committees: By-laws, 1913-21


Box 808: folder 2
City Department/Committee



General, 1899-1928


Box 808: folder 3
Policies and Program, 1909-15


Box 808: folder 4
Association Extension Committee, 1914, n.d.


Box 808: folder 5
Town Department/Committee, 1913-23


Box 808: folder 6-7
Rural Communities Department/Committee, 1913-76, n.d.


Box 808: folder 8
Minutes



[Sociological Investigation and] Association Extension Committee, 1907-4 Oct 1912


Box 808: folder 9-11
Territorial/Field Work



Special Committee on Territorial Work, 1908-Mar 1909


Box 808: folder 12
Department of Territorial Work, May 1909-Jan 1910


Box 808: folder 13
Department of Field Work



Feb 1910-May 1919


Box 808: folder 14-21
Jun 1919-May 1921


Box 809: folder 1-4
Field Division



Committee, Executive Group, staff, and Committee of Management, 1922


Box 809: folder 5
Committee, Executive Group, and staff, 1923-Jun 1931


Box 809: folder 6-10
Council on Organization, 1924-30


Box 809: folder 11-13
City



City Committee, 1907-21


Box 810: folder 1-11
City Department



1922-25


Box 810: folder 12-15
1928-May 1931


Box 811: folder 1-4
Town and Country



Small Town and Country Committee, 31 Oct 1912-Apr 1913


Box 811: folder 5
Town and Country Committee, Sep 1913-21


Box 811: folder 6-10
Town Department



1922-28


Box 811: folder 11-16
1929-May 1931


Box 812: folder 1-3
Rural



County Department, 1921-22


Box 812: folder 4
Rural Communities Department, 1922-Jun 1931


Box 812: folder 5-11
Publications



"The Study of a Local Field," by Walter M. Wood, 1907


Box 812: folder 11a
City



General and administration, 1907-22, n.d.


Box 812: folder 12
Constitutions, 1915, 1929


Box 812: folder 13
Membership, 1921, 1927


Box 812: folder 14
Residences and Boarding Homes, 1907-30


Box 812: folder 15-16
"Community Studies for Young Women's Christian Association Workers in Cities" compiled by the Research Bureau for the City Committee, 1920


Box 813: folder 1
"Development of Association Program in Areas Related to Cities: Methods of Work and Suggestions for Preliminary Study," 1928


Box 813: folder 2
"Outline for a Study of the Community and Itself by a City Association," City Department reprint, 1928


Box 813: folder 3
"The Place of the Young Women's Christian Association in Cities" by Mary S. Sims, TWP 1926;1930 revised edition


Box 813: folder 4
Town



General and Administration, 1914-29, n.d.


Box 813: folder 5
Constitutions, 1919-29, n.d.


Box 813: folder 6
"A Community Study for Town Associations," n.d.


Box 813: folder 7
"Suggestions for Education Committees of YWCAs in Towns," n.d.


Box 813: folder 8
Rural



General, 1908-26


Box 813: folder 9
"How Can We Interest Our Community in the YWCA," draft for a leaflet, 22 Apr 1930


Box 813: folder 10
Reports



Field Work



State Adjustment Committee, 1907


Box 813: folder 11
Special Committee on Territorial Work, 1908


Box 813: folder 12
Chair, Executive Secretary, and Office Secretary, 1909-18


Box 813: folder 13-17
Secretary reports



Miscellaneous, 1911-20


Box 814: folder 1
Marion E. Hopkins, Cafeterias, 1920-21


Box 814: folder 2-3
Northwestern Territorial Committee: annual reports, 1910-11


Box 814: folder 4
Field Division



Miscellaneous, 1919-27


Box 814: folder 5
Employment and Room Registry (Emma Phinney), 1924-29


Box 814: folder 6-7
Food Service



Marion Hopkins, 1922-30


Box 814: folder 8-13
Margaret Proctor, 1923-24


Box 814: folder 14
Case Study of a Village in Mississippi by Marjorie Patten, 1931


Box 814: folder 15
Report of the Survey of Western Massachusetts, 1929


Box 814: folder 16
City



Chair and Vice-Chair reports to National Board, 1907-25


Box 814: folder 17-18
Secretary annual and periodic reports



Edith S. Aykroyd, 1920-21


Box 814: folder 19
Margaret Alton, 1920


Box 814: folder 20
Helen D. Beavers, 1921-23


Box 814: folder 21
Elizabeth Boies, 1909-17


Box 814: folder 22
Eva D. Bowles, 1913-30


Box 814: folder 23-26
Edith (Terry) Bremer, 1911-16


Box 815: folder 1
Anna L. Brown, 1909-16


Box 815: folder 2-3
Amy Gordon Bruce, 1922


Box 815: folder 4
Elsie I. Burnham, 1931


Box 815: folder 5
Margaret L. Burton, 1913-14, 1927


Box 815: folder 6
Mary S. Bushnell, 1910-12


Box 815: folder 7
Eliza R. Butler, 1913


Box 815: folder 8
Mary L. Cady, 1918-20


Box 815: folder 9
Julia F. Capen, 1920-29


Box 815: folder 10-14
Harriet R. Chamberlin, 1922


Box 815: folder 15
Frances M. Crittenden, 1922


Box 815: folder 16
Mary Frances Day, 1924-31


Box 815: folder 17-20
Mary E. Dunbar, 1922


Box 815: folder 21
Marcia O. Dunham, 1911-14


Box 815: folder 22
Mary S. Dunn, 1907-09


Box 815: folder 23
Jeanette Dutchess, 1921-31


Box 815: folder 24-29
Lena M. Farrar, 1919-30


Box 816: folder 1-4
Mary C. Ferris, 1928-31


Box 816: folder 5
Marie Foulkes, 1919


Box 816: folder 6
Erie Layton Gates, 1922-25


Box 816: folder 7-8
Blanche Geary, 1910-20


Box 816: folder 9-10
Margaret B. Gerard, 1929-30


Box 816: folder 11
Annie Kate Gilbert, 1920-28


Box 816: folder 12-13
Gertrude Gogin, 1917-20


Box 816: folder 14
Gertrude Griffith, 1911-16


Box 816: folder 15
Maud L. Harrison, 1920


Box 816: folder 16
Elizabeth (Ross) Haynes, 1909-12


Box 816: folder 17
Emma Hays, 1909


Box 816: folder 18
Cecelia Holloway, 1911


Box 816: folder 19
Louise S. Holmquist, 1909-13


Box 816: folder 20
Addie W. Hunton, 1911-14


Box 816: folder 21
Imogene B. Ireland, 1920


Box 816: folder 22
Mary E. Jackson, 1918-20


Box 816: folder 23
Jean E. James, 1919


Box 816: folder 24
Eleanor Larrabee Lattimore, 1920


Box 816: folder 25
Genevieve Lowry, 1931


Box 816: folder 26
Josephine F. Lynch, 1919


Box 816: folder 27
Leona Macgeorge, 1922


Box 816: folder 28
Hazel MacKaye, 1919-20


Box 816: folder 29
Louise MacMaster, 1919-22


Box 816: folder 30
Essie L. Maguire, 1931


Box 817: folder 1
Mary E. Musson, 1918


Box 817: folder 2
Marion H. Nicolovius, 1920-23


Box 817: folder 3
Grace L. Osborn, 1922-27


Box 817: folder 4
Marion Peabody, 1926-29


Box 817: folder 5-6
Matilda Peper, 1909


Box 817: folder 7
Lena M. Phillips, 1919


Box 817: folder 8
Emma Phinney, 1920-29


Box 817: folder 9-12
Mary Preston, 1927-29


Box 817: folder 13
Margaret Swain Pratt, 1920


Box 817: folder 14
Margaret A. Proctor, 1918-20


Box 817: folder 15
Lucile Rader, 1929


Box 817: folder 16
Susan M. Rebhan, 1922-23


Box 817: folder 17
Alice R. Reynolds, 1922-31


Box 817: folder 18-23
Anna V. Rice, 1913-20


Box 817: folder 24-25
Elizabeth A. Ross

[see Elizabeth (Ross) Haynes]




Adela F. Ruffin, 1922-24


Box 818: folder 1
Mary E. Rust, 1920


Box 818: folder 2
Helen Rysdorp, 1928-31


Box 818: folder 3
Helen B. Schuyler, 1927-31


Box 818: folder 4-6
Mary E. Scott, 1923-31


Box 818: folder 7-10
Grace Sheppard, 1920


Box 818: folder 11
Florence Simms, 1912-20


Box 818: folder 12-13
Mary Sims, 1914-30


Box 818: folder 14-17
Marie Lutters Stanton, 1920


Box 818: folder 18
E. Beatrice Stearns, 1920


Box 818: folder 19
Marguerite K. Sylla



1922-27


Box 818: folder 20-22
1928-31


Box 819: folder 1-2
Edith Baldwin Terry

[see Edith (Terry) Bremer]




Helen L. Thomas, 1909-16


Box 819: folder 3-4
Harriet S. Vance, 1922-23


Box 819: folder 5
Laura Vossler, 1918-19


Box 819: folder 6
Harriet Wilde, 1919-20


Box 819: folder 7
Margaret Williamson, 1917-25


Box 819: folder 8-10
Sue Ann Wilson, 1920


Box 819: folder 11
Cordella A. Winn, 1922-31


Box 819: folder 12-16
Helen W. Wise, 1923-31


Box 819: folder 17-21
Bertha J. Woodward, 1919


Box 820: folder 1
Laura H. Young, 1922-24


Box 820: folder 2
Town



Association Extension Committee



Chair report to National Board, 1907-19


Box 820: folder 3-5
Biennial report, 1909-10


Box 820: folder 6
Town Department



Biennial Report, 1920-21, 1926-27, 1928-29


Box 820: folder 7-9
Report of the Department, 3 Mar 1924


Box 820: folder 10
Miscellaneous



Findings on Occupation of the Field, Town Department and Staff Meeting, 21-23 Apr 1928


Box 820: folder 11
Recommendations made and adopted at the sectional meeting of delegates from town Associations, April 26, 1922, during the national convention


Box 820: folder 12
Reports of the Commissions to study various aspects of the Town program, given at Town Meeting at Convention, 1926


Box 820: folder 13
Secretary annual, biennial, and periodic



Miscellaneous, 1920-30


Box 820: folder 14
Fannie O. Ames, 1918-19


Box 820: folder 15
Vera Barger, 1919


Box 820: folder 16
Helen F. Barnes, 1909-11


Box 820: folder 17
Lavinia Bonner, 1922-24


Box 820: folder 18
Frances Bothwell, 1921-24


Box 820: folder 19
Eva D. Bowles, 1913


Box 820: folder 20
Edith Terry Bremer, 1912


Box 820: folder 21
Rachel Brooks, 1917-20


Box 820: folder 22
Anna L. Brown, 1909-18


Box 820: folder 23
Helen Orr Brown, 1926


Box 820: folder 24
Elise I. Burnham, 1924-31


Box 820: folder 25-26
Mary L. Cady, 1919-20


Box 820: folder 27
Anna M. Clark, 1919-21


Box 820: folder 28
Ethel H. Clark, 1919-20


Box 820: folder 29
Gretchen L. Coon, 1922


Box 820: folder 30
Mildred Corbett



1921-23


Box 820: folder 31
1924-29


Box 821: folder 1-3
Lillie V. Cromwell and Jane Dickey, 1929


Box 821: folder 4
Ethel Cutler, 1915-17


Box 821: folder 5
Sarah B. Deitrick, 1922


Box 821: folder 6
Jane Dickey, 1926-29


Box 821: folder 7
Jane Dickey and Mary Jane Fisher, 1927-28


Box 821: folder 8
Lois Diehl, 1922-25


Box 821: folder 9-10
Mildred H. Esgar, 1923-28, 1930


Box 821: folder 11-14
Mrs. Charles T. Evans, 1924-25


Box 821: folder 15
Lena M. Farrar, 1919


Box 821: folder 16
Jessie Field, 1912-17


Box 821: folder 17-18
Mary Jane Fisher, 1928-30


Box 821: folder 19
Blanche Geary, 1920


Box 821: folder 20
Gertrude Ann Geopfarth, 1923-24


Box 821: folder 21
Abbie Graham, 1915


Box 821: folder 22
Gertrude Gogin, 1918-20


Box 822: folder 1
Mabel Head, 1919


Box 822: folder 2
Louise Holmquist, 1909-17


Box 822: folder 3
M. Esther Huckins, 1925-31


Box 822: folder 4-8
M. Esther Huckins and Jane Dickey, 1926-27


Box 822: folder 9
Addie W. Hunton, 1912-13


Box 822: folder 10
Belle Ingels, 1927-31


Box 822: folder 11-14
Elizabeth Jenkins, 1920


Box 822: folder 15
Lucile Lippitt, 1926-31


Box 822: folder 16-18
Kate Logan, 1917-19


Box 822: folder 19
Lillian Long, 1907-11


Box 822: folder 20
Ethel Landfear, 1915-16


Box 822: folder 21
Eleanor Larrabee Lattimore, 1920


Box 822: folder 22
Hazel MacKaye, 1919-20


Box 822: folder 23
Essie L. Maguire, 1928-31


Box 822: folder 24-25
Bertha I. Miller, 1921-27


Box 822: folder 1-4
Jean C. Moore, 1921-22


Box 822: folder 5
Margaret Proctor, 1918-19


Box 822: folder 6
Clarinda Richards, 1918-19


Box 822: folder 7
Lucy B. Richmond, 1919


Box 822: folder 8
Clara S. Roe, 1922-30


Box 822: folder 9-13
Ebertha Roelofs, 1922-24


Box 822: folder 14-15
Helen B. Schuyler, 1921-27


Box 822: folder 16-19
Anna Seaburg, 1909-15, 1918-20, 1922-27


Box 824: folder 1-3
Ruth Shallcross, 1931


Box 824: folder 4
Florence Simms, 1909-12, 1919


Box 824: folder 5
Gretta Smith, 1928-31


Box 824: folder 6-7
Janet M. Smith, 1922


Box 824: folder 8
Marie Lutters [Stanton], 1920


Box 824: folder 9
Mary Stuart, 1918-19


Box 824: folder 10
Edith Baldwin Terry, 1910-12


Box 824: folder 11
Helen L. Thomas, 1911-14


Box 824: folder 12
Sue Ann Wilson, 1920


Box 824: folder 13
Rural Work



Department biennial reports, 1918-20, 1920-22, 1922-24, 1926-27, 1928-29


Box 824: folder 14-18
Analysis of the Condition and Plans of the Rural Associations in the Eastern Region, n.d.


Box 824: folder 19
Report of the Discussion of Women's Programs, Aug 1930, Fletcher Farm


Box 824: folder 20
Statement regarding work of the Rural Communities Department, 23 Apr 1925


Box 824: folder 21
Secretary annual, biennial, and periodic



Miscellaneous, 1920-31, n.d.


Box 824: folder 22-23
Mrs. R.H. Benham, 1921


Box 824: folder 24
Eleanor Blackburn, 1928


Box 824: folder 25
Elizabeth E. Blick, 1925-28


Box 824: folder 26
Frances Bothwell, 1924


Box 824: folder 27
Elsie I. Burnham, 1925-26


Box 824: folder 28
Emma F. Byers, 1924


Box 824: folder 29
Anna M. Clark



1920-27


Box 824: folder 30-31
1928-31


Box 825: folder 1-2
Gertrude Coon, 1922


Box 825: folder 3
Eleanor Copenhaver, 1922-26


Box 825: folder 4
Jane Dickey, 1926-31


Box 825: folder 5
Lois Diehl, 1931


Box 825: folder 6
Inez Ensign, 1927-31


Box 825: folder 7
Helen N. Flack, 1924-31


Box 825: folder 8
Margaret Forsyth, 1925


Box 825: folder 9
Rhoda Foster, 1919-31


Box 825: folder 10-14
M. Maud Fowler [Bristol], 1919-28


Box 825: folder 15-17
Isora Sprague Gibson (Mrs. W. H.), 1924-29


Box 825: folder 18
Mrs. John M. Hanna, 1925-27


Box 825: folder 19
Marion W. Harmer, 1924-27


Box 825: folder 20
Elizabeth B. Herring, 1922-31


Box 825: folder 21-24
Elsie M. Hogsett (Mrs. L.M.), 1924-29


Box 825: folder 25
M. Esther Huckins, 1926, 1931


Box 825: folder 26
Helen Hutchinson, 1922-24


Box 825: folder 27
Imogene B. Ireland, 1924-25


Box 826: folder 1
Julia Lee, 1924


Box 826: folder 2
Grace Nutting Miller, 1923-25


Box 826: folder 3
Ethel Niermeyer, 1925-27


Box 826: folder 4
Marjorie Patten, 1927-28


Box 826: folder 5
Margaret Powell, 1924-26


Box 826: folder 6
Irene Riley, 1925-31


Box 826: folder 7
Henrietta Roelofs, 1924-30


Box 826: folder 8
Elisabeth Rogers, 1925-31


Box 826: folder 9-10
Emma Jewell Ross, 1922-29


Box 826: folder 11
Helen B. Schuyler, 1926-28


Box 826: folder 12
Lucy Sommerville, 1925-28


Box 826: folder 13
Florence Stone, 1927


Box 826: folder 14
Francelia Stuenkel, 1921-25


Box 826: folder 15-16
Grace Stuff, 1926-27


Box 826: folder 17-18
Adria Titterington, 1927-31


Box 826: folder 19
Mildred D. Wilcox, 1929-31


Box 826: folder 20
Hazel Bell Withrow, 1924-26


Box 826: folder 21
Special Projects



Exposition Auxiliary Committee (Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco 1915)



General and minutes, Apr-May 1915


Box 826: folder 22
Reports



Exposition Extension Secretary (Alice Hoyt), Jul-Oct 1915


Box 826: folder 23
Field Work Department Special Worker (Ella Schooley), Dec 1914-Dec 1915


Box 826: folder 24
Cafeteria (Frances Holroyd), Mar-Oct 1915


Box 826: folder 25
Club House on the Zone (Elizabeth Boies), Jun-Nov 1915


Box 827: folder 1
Department Dealing with Women Employees of the Exposition (Thirmuthis Brookman), Apr-Dec 1915


Box 827: folder 2
Emergency, Employment, Information, and Room and Board Departments (Alice Brookman and Grace Southwick), Mar-Dec 1915


Box 827: folder 3
Office Work (E.W. Ristine), Jun-Oct 1915


Box 827: folder 4
Religious Work (Julia Lee), Apr-Oct 1915


Box 827: folder 5
Rural Communities Politics program, 1924, n.d.


Box 827: folder 6
Studies



General, 1924-31


Box 827: folder 7
California



Orange County, California, by Clara S. Roe and Rhoda Foster, Nov-Dec 1925


Box 827: folder 8
Pomona Valley, California, by Julia Tolman Lee and Rhoda Foster, Sep-Oct 1926


Box 827: folder 9
Town-Rural Study of Riverside, Redlands, and San Bernardino Area of Southern California by Rhoda Foster and Clara S. Roe, Nov-Dec 1925


Box 827: folder 10
Tulare County, California by Julia Tolman Lee and Rhoda Foster, 1925


Box 827: folder 11-13
Idaho: Southern Idaho Project by Rhoda Foster, Helen N. Flack, and Isora Sprague Gibson, 1924-25 (to discover methods of organizing an Assn in a large area with scattered population and small financial resources)


Box 827: folder 14
Indiana by Hazel B. Withrow, 1924-26


Box 827: folder 15
Iowa Study by Lois Diehl: preliminary report, Aug 1931


Box 827: folder 16
Michigan



Development of the Young Women's Christian Association in the First Southern Michigan District (Hillsdale County, and Western Lenawee County), Jan 1923-Jan 1927


Box 827: folder 17-18
Lansing Area by Julia Toman Lee and M. Maud Fowler, ca. 1926


Box 828: folder 1-2
Report of the Town-Rural Study in Southern Michigan, May 1925


Box 828: folder 3
Work in Hillsdale County, Michigan, by Inez Ensign, 1926-27


Box 828: folder 4
The YWCA in Michigan: Lapeer District Rural Work, 1925-27; Grand Rapids Area Rural Work, ca. 1926 and Wexford County Rural Work, ca. 1927


Box 828: folder 5
Oklahoma: The Northeast Oklahoma District YWCA by D. Katharine Rogers, Nov 1926


Box 828: folder 6
Ohio: The Tecumseh District YWCA by D. Katharine Rogers, Jul 1926


Box 828: folder 7-9
Texas



Dallas and Galveston-Houston Districts, Texas, by Margaret Williamson and Emma Jewell Ross, May 1927


Box 828: folder 10
Urban-Rural Economic Study of the Dallas and Houston-Galveston Districts of the YWCA by R. Clyde White, 15 Sep 1926


Box 828: folder 11
Wisconsin



Study of the YWCA of Wausau, Wisconsin by Clara Strong Roe, May 1928


Box 828: folder 12
Report of the Town-Rural Study in Southern Wisconsin, Oct 1924


Box 828: folder 13
Rural-Industrial Study by Eleanor Copenhaver, Jul 1924


Box 828: folder 14
Rural-Industrial Section (Soft Coal Communities, Steel and Lead Communities, Southern Textile Communities) by Eleanor Copenhaver, Margaret Forsyth, Donald McConnell, Dorothy P. Gary, and Lois MacDonald, [1926]


Box 828: folder 15-18
Student-Rural Community Study by Gladys Taylor, [1925]


Box 828: folder 19
Town-Rural Relationships by Francelia Stuenkel and Clara S. Roe: general, Jul 1924


Box 828
OVERSIZE


Box 829
"Town Book, Tenth Anniversary," scrapbook given to Town Department Executive, Anna Seaburg, 1926

[photographs and text re associations organized under the "Town Plan," 1916-26]



Box 829
Subseries B. Fall 1932-2001



Department/Division



National Services Division (fall 1932-spring 1940)



General and History, 1935-38


Box 830: folder 1
"Brief History," Report of National Services Division, 1931-37 by Lucy P. Carner


Box 830: folder 2
Minutes



National Services Division/National Services Division Committee



Oct 1931-Jul 1940


Box 830: folder 3-10
National Services Division Staff



Jan 1932-Aug 1936


Box 830: folder 11-19
Aug 1936-Jul 40


Box 831: folder 1-8
Community Division (fall 1940-71)



General and History, 1941-71


Box 831: folder 9
Correspondence re YWCA Constitution revision and interpretation, 1955-71


Box 831: folder 10-15
Minutes



Community Division Committee



Charter, 1958; and index to minutes, 1940-46


Box 832: folder 1
Minutes



1940-54


Box 832: folder 2-11
1955-70


Box 833: folder 1-7
Community Division Core Group, 1970-71


Box 833: folder 8
Organization Development Unit (1972-84)



General, 1972-83


Box 833: folder 9
Buildings Consultant



General, 1970-81


Box 833: folder 10-11
Ohio



Cleveland, 1970-80


Box 833: folder 12
Columbus, 1975-80


Box 833: folder 13
Dayton, 1970-81


Box 833: folder 14
Lancaster, 1971-75


Box 833: folder 15
Licking County, 1970-78


Box 833: folder 16
Mansfield, 1973-76


Box 833: folder 17
Medina, 1970-78


Box 833: folder 18
Springfield, 1974-75


Box 833: folder 19
Toledo, 1971-81


Box 833: folder 20
Youngstown, 1975-80


Box 833: folder 21
Oklahoma, 1970-74


Box 834: folder 1
Pennsylvania, 1974-75


Box 834: folder 2
Services to Urban Associations



General, 1971-83


Box 834: folder 3-4
Urban Services Committee/Urban Affairs Committee: minutes, 1974-79


Box 834: folder 5
Field Services Division: general, 1978-91, n.d.


Box 834: folder 6-7
Member Association Services (1992-2001)



General, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 834: folder 8
Correspondence, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 834: folder 9-12
Financial and budget, 1992-95


Box 834: folder 13
Job descriptions, 1994, 1999, n.d.


Box 835: folder 1
Office forms and record keeping procedures, 1992-2000, n.d.


Box 835: folder 2-3
Unemployment insurance program for Member Associations, 1996


Box 835: folder 4
Committees and Task Forces



Community Division Subcommittees



Miscellaneous, 1942-48


Box 835: folder 5
Accredited YWCA, 1966


Box 835: folder 6
Administration, 1946, 1969


Box 835: folder 7
Association Review, 1968


Box 835: folder 8
Camping, 1966


Box 835: folder 9
Membership Study Group, 1959-60


Box 835: folder 10
Membership, 1964-65


Box 835: folder 11
New Organization, 1968


Box 835: folder 12
Personal and Family Relations, 1941-42


Box 835: folder 13
Racial Integration, 1966


Box 835: folder 14
Residence Study, 1968


Box 835: folder 15
Teenage Program, 1964-66


Box 835: folder 16
Young Adult, 1964-66


Box 835: folder 17
Organization Development Task Forces, 1983-84


Box 835: folder 18
Member Association Services



Consistent Messages Work Group, 1995


Box 835: folder 19
National/Local Relations Task Force, 1990-93


Box 835: folder 20
Racial Justice Committee, 1993-94, n.d.


Box 835: folder 21
Task Groups, 1995


Box 835: folder 22
Community Associations



Accreditation and Affiliation



General, 1991-96


Box 835: folder 23
Audit Accreditation Reports, 1990-92


Box 835: folder 24
Status reports, 1993-2001, n.d.


Box 835: folder 25-26
Disaffiliation, general, 1997-98


Box 836: folder 1
Mid-cycle Affiliation Requirements contact all sheets, 2001?


Box 836: folder 2
Probationary status



General, 1995-98


Box 836: folder 3
Associations on probation, Oct 1996


Box 836: folder 4
YWCA Retirement Fund participation, 2000-2001


Box 836: folder 5
Correspondence



General, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 836: folder 6-7
Legal issues and agreements



General, 1992-96, n.d.


Box 836: folder 8
Mailing re EEOC v. YWCA of Tucson, 1992


Box 836: folder 9
Nine West Group, Inc., settlement funding, 2000


Box 836: folder 10
Financial



Finance data from Member Associations, 1991-94


Box 836: folder 11-14
National Support/National Affiliation Dues



General, 1991-2000


Box 836: folder 15
Formula



Requests for proposals for developing a new formula, 1997


Box 836: folder 16
A.T. Kearney , Inc.: report and presentations on dues formula, 1997-98


Box 837: folder 1
Payment status reports, 1996-98


Box 837: folder 2
Reports, 1991-99


Box 837: folder 3
Revolving Loan Assistance Fund, 1997, n.d.


Box 837: folder 4
Guidelines, Forms, and Publications



Grace H. Dodge Merit Fellowship Award, ca. 2000


Box 837: folder 5
Geographical Reviews: draft, 1996


Box 837: folder 6
Membership Chairpersons and Membership Committees in Community YWCAs, Mar 2000


Box 837: folder 7
Programs offered by Member Associations



General, 1996, 1998


Box 837: folder 8-9
Aquatics, n.d.


Box 837: folder 10
Camps, 1990


Box 837: folder 11
Child Abuse, 1995


Box 837: folder 12
Domestic Violence, 1994, 1998


Box 837: folder 13
Elderly Care, 1995


Box 837: folder 14
Employment Assistance, 1994


Box 837: folder 15
Employment Training, 1996


Box 837: folder 16
Fitness, n.d.


Box 837: folder 17
HIV/AIDS, 1997


Box 837: folder 18
Pools, 1998


Box 837: folder 19
Prison/Ex-Prison, 1993


Box 837: folder 20
Rape Crisis Hotline, 1991


Box 837: folder 21
Residences, 1992-98


Box 837: folder 22
Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 1999-2000


Box 837: folder 23
Transitional Housing, 1993


Box 837: folder 24
Tribute Ceremonies, 1994


Box 838: folder 1
Wellness/Healthy Lifestyles, n.d.


Box 838: folder 2
Women Entrepreneurs, 1998


Box 838: folder 3
Widow/Divorce Support Groups, 1994


Box 838: folder 4
Questionnaires and surveys to Member Associations



Financial Development, 1998


Box 838: folder 5-7
Software, 1992


Box 838: folder 8
Conferences and Meetings



Big City Conference, 1948


Box 838: folder 9
Consultation: Alternatives to Building, 1975


Box 838: folder 10
Forums on National/Local Partnership, spring 1983


Box 838: folder 11
Metropolitan Seminars, 1973-2001


Box 838: folder 12-15
Programs and Projects



Action Plan [to accelerate racial integration in community YWCAs]



Subcommittee on the Action Plan: minutes, 1963-65


Box 838: folder 16
Correspondence, 1963-65


Box 838: folder 17
Leadership Kit for Community YWCA Action Program, 1964


Box 838: folder 18
Mailings, 1963-64


Box 839: folder 1
Reference materials, 1960-63, n.d.


Box 839: folder 2
Reports, 1963-65


Box 839: folder 3-5
Work tools, 1963-64


Box 839: folder 6
Agricultural Committee Projects: number 4 "Do Farm Prices Just Happen?" and number 5 "How Much Security Has the Farmer?," 1938


Box 839: folder 7
Residence Survey, 1936-39


Box 839: folder 8
Rural Work



General, 1937-53


Box 839: folder 9
District YWCAs, 1936-39


Box 839: folder 10
Study Project on Administration of Metropolitan and Selected One-Branch YWCAs, Harleigh B. Trecker, 1958


Box 839: folder 11
Study Project on Administration of YWCAs in Changing Communities, 1959


Box 839: folder 12
Special Project on New Organization, 1960-61


Box 839: folder 13
Publications



Area Planning-Implications for the YWCA, 1965


Box 839: folder 14
Before the YWCA Builds: A Building Manual, 1957, 1967


Box 839: folder 15
Branch Relationships and Branch By-Laws (A Revision), 1946


Box 840: folder 1
A Building Manual for the YWCA: Part 1, Guidelines for Implementing a Building Program, 1978


Box 840: folder 2
A Building Manual for the YWCA: Part 2, Design Guidelines for New or Renovated Buildings, 1981


Box 840: folder 3
The Community YWCA and its Community Chest Relations, a worktool prepared by Genevieve Lowry, 1952


Box 840: folder 4
Decentralized Units of Program, 1953-58


Box 840: folder 5
Form of Organization for the Small Association, 1950


Box 840: folder 6
Getting Your Annual Meeting Squared Away, Feb 1984


Box 840: folder 7
Guidelines for YWCAs Considering Consolidation, 1969


Box 840: folder 8
How We Build: Visual Presentation of Function and Space, 1949


Box 840: folder 9
Leader's Guide for Unstaffed YWCA Units, 1965


Box 840: folder 10
Membership Pointers for Community YWCA's, 1949, 1951


Box 840: folder 11
One YWCA: On the Campus-In the Community, 1958


Box 840: folder 12
The Operation of Housing and Building Services (Including Rooms Registry and Referral Services) for Community Associations, circa 1950


Box 840: folder 13
Organizing a New YWCA, n.d. [missing Part 1], Jun 1997, Dec 2001


Box 840: folder 14-16
Organizing a New YWCA: Stage Two, The Provisional Stage, 1974


Box 841: folder 1
Procedures and Forms for Use in Developments of Community YWCAs: Staff Work Tool, 1967, 1974, 1980


Box 841: folder 2-3
Program and Structure in Community YWCAs, Staff Work Notes, 1947


Box 841: folder 4
Record keeping, 1978, 1983


Box 841: folder 5
Registered YWCA Groups, Kit of Organizing Material, 1975


Box 841: folder 6
The Residence and the YWCA: typescript and published version, 1954


Box 841: folder 7-8
"Search Committee Guidelines for Executive Director and Interim Executive Director of the YWCA of the USA," 2001


Box 841: folder 9
"Study Guide for Determining the Need for a YWCA Residence," 1961


Box 841: folder 10
What Can We Expect of Rural Schools, Mildred Cranston, 1948


Box 841: folder 11
When We Build: Some hints and hunches collected from here and there, 1952


Box 841: folder 12
YWCA Handbook: A Guide for Community Units of District YWCAs, 1940


Box 841: folder 13
YMCA-YWCA Cooperation, 1956-69


Box 841: folder 14
Serials



"Information Briefs" from Executive Bulletin, 1975-78


Box 841: folder 15
Network News, 1993-98


Box 841: folder 16
Council Gram, 1994-96


Box 841: folder 17
Regional Staff and Councils



General, 1933-99, n.d.


Box 842: folder 1-7
Regional Field Managers



Correspondence, 1992-2001


Box 842: folder 8-9
Meetings, 1999-2001


Box 842: folder 10
Regions charts, 1940-89, n.d.


Box 842: folder 11
Regional staff assignments, 1964-65


Box 842: folder 12
Northwest Conference, Menucha, Oregon, Nov 1980


Box 842: folder 13
Multi-State Convocations re national-local relationship "Strengthening the Ties That Bind," Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1997-99


Box 843: folder 1
Arkansas/Arkansas-Texarcana, 1989-94


Box 843: folder 2
Carolina Cluster, 1974-98, n.d.


Box 843: folder 3
Central Region, 1949-57


Box 843: folder 4
Connecticut, 1993-98


Box 843: folder 5
Council of Illinois and St. Louis YWCAs (CISLY), 1992-2000


Box 843: folder 6
Dakotas, 1994-2001


Box 843: folder 7
Delta (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Mobile, Alabama), 1998


Box 843: folder 8
Eastern Region, 1955-69


Box 843: folder 9
Florida-Georgia (sometimes known as Georgia-Florida), 1996-98


Box 843: folder 10
Great Lakes Alliance (Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, and St. Louis), 1999-2000


Box 843: folder 11
Hawaii, 1993-98


Box 843: folder 12
Heartland (Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas), 1989-2001


Box 843: folder 13
Indiana, 1997-99


Box 843: folder 14
Iowa, 1993-98


Box 843: folder 15
Kentucky-Tennessee/Alabama-Kentucky-Tennessee, 1991-98


Box 843: folder 16
Louisiana, 1995-98


Box 843: folder 17
Michigan, 1992-2000


Box 843: folder 18
Mid-Atlantic (Delaware, D.C., Maryland), 1998, n.d.


Box 843: folder 19
Minnesota, 1986-2000, n.d.


Box 844: folder 1
New England, 1993-99, n.d.


Box 844: folder 2
New Jersey, 1994-2001


Box 844: folder 3
New York State, 1992-2000, n.d.


Box 844: folder 4
New York and New Jersey, 1907


Box 844: folder 5
Northeast, 1996-97


Box 844: folder 6
Northeast Alliance (Haverhill, Newburyport, and Malden, Mass.), 1997-98, n.d.


Box 844: folder 7
Northern California (NorCal), 1982-99, n.d.


Box 844: folder 8
Northwest YWCA Coalition/Pacific Northwest Coalition (Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon), 1995-2001


Box 844: folder 9
Ohio



1983-96


Box 844: folder 10
1997-2001, n.d.


Box 845: folder 1
Oklahoma, 1993-96


Box 845: folder 2
Pennsylvania, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 845: folder 3-4
Rocky Mountain, 1993-98


Box 845: folder 5
Southern Region, 1956-69


Box 845: folder 6
Southern California (SoCal)



1983-98


Box 845: folder 7-10
1999-2000


Box 846: folder 1
Southwest/Texas (Arizona, Texas, and Albuquerque, NM), 1988-2002, n.d.


Box 846: folder 2
Virginia, 1992-97


Box 846: folder 3
West Virginia, 1996-99


Box 846: folder 4
Western Region, 1957, 1965-69


Box 846: folder 5
Wisconsin, 1989-98, n.d.


Box 846: folder 6
Reports



General



Report of special staff meetings considering adjustment of policies and practices for local associations, Jan 1933


Box 846: folder 7
Progress of Rural Associations, 1938-40


Box 846: folder 8
Report of Registered YWCAs, 1940


Box 846: folder 9
Summary report of responses to questionnaire on residences included as a supplement in 1951 Annual Statistical Report forms, 1952


Box 846: folder 10
"Greenleigh Report" by Arthur Greenleigh, Greenleigh Associates Management Consultants, re operations, structure, and service of the National Board Office, 1958 [copy also in Reorganizations]


Box 846: folder 11
Analysis and summaries by Lois Diehl of studies made by various groups between 1955 and 1961 of YWCA Community Associations, Feb-Mar 1962



Analysis and overall summary


Box 846: folder 12
Detailed summaries



Central Region


Box 846: folder 13
Eastern Region


Box 846: folder 14
Southern Region


Box 846: folder 15
Western Region


Box 846: folder 16
Membership Analysis, 1994, 2000


Box 847: folder 1
Report of the Program-Planning Studies, 1931-33 by Mildred H. Esgar


Box 847: folder 2
Small Associations, 1967


Box 847: folder 3
Staff



Buildings Consultant, Iris Alex, 1971-81


Box 847: folder 4-5
Organization Development, Unit Executive, 1973-80


Box 847: folder 6-7
Member Associations Services Office



General, 1992-98


Box 847: folder 8
Staff monthly reports, 1996-2001, n.d.


Box 847: folder 9-12
Training



General, 1952, 1997-98


Box 847: folder 13
Advising on Labor and Union Questions, Staff Workshop, 1946


Box 847: folder 14
Building Management Workshop, Jul 1979


Box 847: folder 15
Building YWCA Association Leadership for the 21st Century, Facilitator's Guide, 1994


Box 847: folder 16
Community Relationships and Cooperation Workshop, Nov 1956


Box 847: folder 17
Community Studies: outlines and suggestions, 1923-38, n.d.


Box 847: folder 18
Financial Management Module, 1995


Box 847: folder 19
Fund Development Module, 1999-2000


Box 848: folder 1-4
Staff finance course, May 1933


Box 848: folder 5
Large Associations with Three or More Branches or Centers Workshop, 1956


Box 848: folder 6
Organizational Training, Needs Assessment report, 2000


Box 848: folder 7
Presidents' Policy Management Training, Oct 1996


Box 848: folder 8
Risk Management for YWCAs, 2000


Box 848: folder 9
Staff Working with Residence Program in the YWCA Workshop, 1959


Box 848: folder 10
SERIES II. MEMBERSHIP OF ASSOCIATIONS



General and history



Miscellaneous, 1886-2001, n.d.


Box 849: folder 1-2
Thesis "Accreditation in the field of social welfare: an approach to self-regulation and social control" by Ann W. Nichols, Columbia University, School of Social Work, 1979


Box 849: folder 3
Charter membership, 1932, 1949


Box 849: folder 4
Accredited YWCAs, 1961-67


Box 849: folder 5
Authorized Groups, 1978


Box 849: folder 6
Registered Groups



General, 1933-98


Box 849: folder 7
Staff Work Tool: Registered YWCA Groups, 1965


Box 849: folder 8
Applications (completed) for membership and change of status, 1932-83


Box 849: folder 9
Affiliated Associations lists, 1950-94, 1996


Box 849: folder 10-11
Cities with both Community and Student Associations lists, 1961-62


Box 849: folder 12
Disaffiliated Associations lists, 1958-2001


Box 849: folder 13
Disaffiliated/Dissolved Associations card file, circa 1950-80


Box 849: folder 14
District Associations lists, 1948-50


Box 849: folder 15
Affiliations, Disaffiliations, and Name Changes notebooks, 1935-83



Affiliation/Membership



General


Box 849: folder 16
Student


Box 850: folder 1-2
Community Associations, Arizona-Wyoming


Box 850: folder 3-6
Name change



General


Box 850: folder 7
Community Associations, California-Wyoming


Box 850: folder 8
Disaffiliations, Alabama-Wyoming


Box 850: folder 9-11
Policies and Practices



The Standards Study



General, 1935-37, n.d.


Box 850: folder 12
Forms



Questionnaire on Administrative Practices, 1936-37


Box 850: folder 13
Branch Study Questionnaire, 1936


Box 850: folder 14
Questionnaire on National-Local Relationships, 1937


Box 850: folder 15
Summary sheets, 1937


Box 850: folder 16
Minutes, Standards Study Committee, 1936-39


Box 850: folder 17-20
Publications



Report of the Standards Study by Helen E. Davis, TWP 1936


Box 851: folder 1
The Standards Study,1936-38: A Study of Administrative Practices and Association Relationships


Box 851: folder 2
The Branch Study: Part II of the Standards Study by Mildred Corbett, 1938


Box 851: folder 3
The Standards Study, 1938-40: A study of National Structure and National-Local Relationships and Final Report and Recommendations


Box 851: folder 4
The Student Standards Study: Structure and Relationships of Student YWCAs, 1940


Box 851: folder 5
Report: Preliminary report of the Branch Study, 1937


Box 851: folder 6
Basic Standards



Suggested Minimum Criteria for Affiliation of a Community YWCA…, Staff Work Notes, Mar 1947


Box 851: folder 7
Suggested Guide for Report by Community Associations, 1948


Box 851: folder 8
Basic Standards Committee: minutes and reports, 1950-66


Box 851: folder 9-12
Membership in the National Association and Basic Standards Committee: minutes, 1967-69


Box 851: folder 13
[Basic] Standards brochures, 1949-94


Box 851: folder 14-19
Standards of Excellence, 1997-98


Box 852: folder 1
Accreditation Requirements, 1982-96


Box 852: folder 2
Affiliation Requirements, 1991-2001


Box 852: folder 3
Appeals Process [Association Status], 1993-99


Box 852: folder 4
Associations Developing Agreements guidelines, Dec 1994


Box 852: folder 5
Disaffiliation Process, circa 1998


Box 852: folder 6
Inactive Status Policies and Procedures, 1992


Box 852: folder 7
Name Change by a Member Association, 1995-2000


Box 852: folder 8
Probation Status Policies and Procedures, 1993-99, n.d.


Box 852: folder 9
Provisional Status Policy, 1994-2000, n.d.


Box 852: folder 10
Report Forms



Basic Standards Report Forms, 1952-67


Box 852: folder 11-12
Association Review Kit, 1980, 1986


Box 852: folder 13
Association Progress Report form, 1989


Box 852: folder 14
Association Progress Report overview of process, circa 1993


Box 852: folder 15
Association Standards Review and Affiliation requirements for Community Associations: forms, 1994-96


Box 852: folder 16
Progress on Goals for the Decade and Objectives for the 1979-82 Triennium, 1980


Box 852: folder 17
Annual Report Forms Kit



1991-98


Box 852: folder 18-22
1999-2000


Box 853: folder 1
Affiliation Requirements reports, 1996-97, n.d.


Box 853: folder 2
National Support/National Affiliation Dues forms, 1993-97, n.d.


Box 853: folder 3
Report Forms Kit Evaluation forms, 1995, 1998


Box 853: folder 4-5
Membership in National Association Committee



General, 1961-2001, n.d.


Box 853: folder 6
Rosters, 1958-2004


Box 853: folder 7
Correspondence, general, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 853: folder 8-9
Mass mailings to member associations, 1953-99


Box 853: folder 10-13
Minutes



1952-65


Box 853: folder 14-16
MINA and Basic Standards Committee, 1966-70


Box 853: folder 17-18
1971-89, 1992-Feb 1996


Box 854: folder 1-14
Oct 1996-Feb 2000


Box 855: folder 1-17
Jun 2000-2001


Box 856: folder 1-6
Reports to National Board and National Board actions, 1953-83, 1994-2000


Box 856: folder 7-9
Reports to Convention, (34th) 1996, (35th ) 1998, (36th) 2001


Box 856: folder 10-12
SERIES III. HOLLYWOOD STUDIO CLUB



History and memorabilia, 1926-75, n.d.


Box 857: folder 1-2
Buildings



6129 Carlos Ave: legal documents, 1919-20


Box 857: folder 3
1215 Lodi Place



Mortgage, 1926


Box 857: folder 4
Construction, 1925


Box 857: folder 5
Specifications, Julia Morgan, 1925


Box 857: folder 6
National Register of Historic Places nomination, 1980


Box 857: folder 7
1227 Lodi Place



Purchase, 1943-44


Box 857: folder 8
USO Guest House: correspondence and legal documents, 1944


Box 857: folder 9
Budget information needed for figuring quotas, 1941-42


Box 857: folder 10
By-laws, 1955, 1961


Box 857: folder 11
Correspondence with National Staff, 1945-64


Box 857: folder 12-16
Director's Reports



1917-30


Box 857: folder 17-27
1931, 1937-40, Jun 1949-1962


Box 858: folder 1-19
1963-Mar 1964


Box 859: folder 1-2
Legal complaint of Otto Naylor, 1964-65


Box 859: folder 3
Minutes and reports



Hollywood Studio Club Committee and Building Committee, 1924-26


Box 859: folder 4-5
Hollywood Studio Club Committee, 1927-31


Box 859: folder 6-10
Committee of Management



Rosters, 1958-61


Box 859: folder 11
Minutes, Dec 1950-55, 1957-64


Box 859: folder 12-24
"A Study of the Hollywood Studio Club, Its Relationships" by Lois Diehl



Report, 1959


Box 859: folder 25
Correspondence and notes, 1959


Box 859: folder 26
SERIES IV. COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS FILES



Subseries A. Historical Files



Scrapbook: clippings re YWCA activities (mostly mid-west), 1918-19


Box 860: folder 1
Alabama



Birmingham, 1955-94, n.d.


Box 860: folder 2
Mobile, 1989, n.d.


Box 860: folder 3
Montgomery, 1951-66


Box 860: folder 4
Arizona



Globe, 1931-32


Box 860: folder 5
Huachuca Area (Sierra Vista), 1976-81


Box 860: folder 6
Arkansas



Helena, 1927-54


Box 860: folder 7
Little Rock, 1918


Box 860: folder 8
California



Miscellaneous, 1978-84, n.d.


Box 860: folder 9
Fresno, 1904, 1970-78, n.d.


Box 860: folder 10
Garden Grove, 1958-62


Box 860: folder 11



Imperial Valley District (El Centro), 1950-69, n.d.


Box 860: folder 12
Long Beach



General, 1972-79


Box 860: folder 13
1968 Program Interpretation, 1964-68


Box 860: folder 14
Los Angeles



General, 1965-89, n.d.


Box 860: folder 15
Program Study by John Price Jones, 1947


Box 860: folder 16
Narrative Report for Program Year 1951-52


Box 860: folder 17
Outline for Study of Community: Long Range Planning for YWCA Program, 1957


Box 860: folder 18
Depth Study Report: Proposed Capital Funds Campaign, 1968


Box 860: folder 19
Area Survey and Facility Location Study, Arthur D. Little, Inc., Jan 1969


Box 861: folder 1
Master Plan, Jun 1969


Box 861: folder 2
Mid-Peninsula (Palo Alto), 1981


Box 861: folder 3
Monterey Bay District (Santa Cruz?), 1930-41


Box 861: folder 4
Napa, 1929-32


Box 861: folder 5
Oakland



General, 1894-1977


Box 861: folder 6
Capital Funds Project, 1954 "Swim"


Box 861: folder 7
Study by YWCA and Council of Community Services, Jun 1957


Box 861: folder 8
Pasadena, 1941, 1947, 1961, 1984


Box 861: folder 9
Redlands, 1976-78, n.d.


Box 861: folder 10
San Francisco



General, 1960, 1977-78


Box 861: folder 11
Young Adult Study, 1958-59


Box 861: folder 12
San Joaquin Valley, Central (Exeter), 1950-71


Box 861: folder 13
Tulare County, North, 1929-31


Box 861: folder 14
Tulare County, South, 1927-37


Box 861: folder 15
Colorado



General, 1977, 1987


Box 861: folder 16
Boulder: A Study of the YWCA of Boulder, 1968


Box 861: folder 17
Colorado Springs, 1950-90


Box 861: folder 18
Colorado Town and Country/Colorado District (Denver), 1948-68


Box 861: folder 19
Denver



General, 1971-94, n.d.


Box 861: folder 20
"A Study of Social Action, the Public Affairs Committees of the Denver YWCA," by Olive Eleanor Riddell, MSW thesis, University of Denver, 1949


Box 861: folder 21
Denver Action Research for Expanded Services (DARES): final report by Rhetta M. Arter, 1969


Box 861: folder 22
"Herstory" by Patricia M. Kenning, circa 1979


Box 861: folder 23
Fort Collins, 1928-32


Box 861: folder 24
Grand Junction, 1927-33


Box 861: folder 25
Middle Park, 1968-70


Box 861: folder 26
Connecticut



General, 1977, 1982, n.d.


Box 862: folder 1
Bridgeport:



General, 1977, n.d.


Box 862: folder 2
Study "Greater Bridgeport's Need for a Residential Center for Girls with Special Needs," 1968


Box 862: folder 3
Hartford



General, circa 1928, 1972-75, n.d.


Box 862: folder 4
Annual Reports, 1869, 1872, 1874-75, 1879, 1889


Box 862: folder 5-6
New Haven, 1945-89


Box 862: folder 7
Stamford, 1927-90


Box 862: folder 8
Delaware



District of Delaware (Dover), 1927-46


Box 862: folder 9
New Castle County (Wilmington), 1945, 1995


Box 862: folder 10
District of Columbia



General, 1875-2000, n.d.


Box 862: folder 11
Correspondence



1958-72


Box 862: folder 12
1973-79


Box 862: folder 13-17
Hannah Harrison School, 1954-79


Box 862: folder 18
Montgomery County, Maryland, Branch, 1953-77


Box 862: folder 19
Phyllis Wheatley Branch



General, 1870-1980, n.d.


Box 863: folder 1
"The Phyllis Wheatley YWCA: A Cooperative Study," 1956


Box 863: folder 2
Florida



Clearwater, 1948-77


Box 863: folder 3
Hernando County, 1928-40


Box 863: folder 4
Jacksonville, 1970?, 1971


Box 863: folder 5
Miami, circa 1926-88


Box 863: folder 6
Palm Beach County, 1986


Box 863: folder 7
St. Petersburg: scrapbook (photocopy), circa 1922-35


Box 863: folder 8
Tampa, 1971-77


Box 863: folder 9
Georgia



Atlanta, 1954-81, n.d.


Box 863: folder 10
Augusta, 1981


Box 863: folder 11
Brunswick, 1979


Box 863: folder 12
Cobb County: "A Brief Factual Review of the Cobb County, Georgia, Young Women's Christian Association for the years 1954-58"


Box 863: folder 13
Savannah, 1973-83


Box 863: folder 14-16
Hawaii



Honolulu, 1935-82, n.d.


Box 863: folder 17
O'ahu, 1975-76, 1997


Box 863: folder 18
Idaho



Idaho Town and Country District (Boise), 1950-67


Box 863: folder 19
Canyon County (Nampa), 1977-85, n.d.


Box 863: folder 20
Magic Valley District (Twin Falls), 1929-37


Box 864: folder 1
Pocatello: histories, circa 1980


Box 864: folder 2
Southwestern Idaho District, 1927-50


Box 864: folder 3
Twin Falls, 1975-78


Box 864: folder 4
Illinois



Miscellaneous, 1967, 1980


Box 864: folder 5
Chicago



General, 1937-97, n.d.


Box 864: folder 6-7
Industrial Department



General, 1918-45, n.d.


Box 864: folder 8
Newsreel, May 1938, Feb 1940


Box 864: folder 9
Student Department, 1932-33


Box 864: folder 10
Galva, 1927


Box 864: folder 11
Highland Park, 1971-80


Box 864: folder 12
Jacksonville: annual report, 1874


Box 864: folder 13
McLean County (Bloomington), 1973-76


Box 864: folder 14
Quincy, 1897, 1968, n.d.


Box 864: folder 15
Springfield, 1971-76


Box 864: folder 16
Streator, 1928-29


Box 864: folder 17
Indiana



General: Report of Indiana Project, Aug 1954


Box 864: folder 18
Miscellaneous, 1928-74


Box 864: folder 19
Fort Wayne, 1973-76


Box 864: folder 20
Indianapolis, 1913-32, 1973-76


Box 864: folder 21
Logansport, 1967-77


Box 864: folder 22
Marion, 1961, 1989


Box 865: folder 1
St. Joseph County (South Bend), 1976-81


Box 865: folder 2
Terre Haute: proposal for a new facility, 1972


Box 865: folder 3
Iowa



General, 1907-79


Box 865: folder 4
Iowa Town and Country District, 1968-74


Box 865: folder 5
Boone, 1947-66


Box 865: folder 6
Davenport, 1950-67


Box 865: folder 7
Des Moines, 1935, 1971-74


Box 865: folder 8
Dubuque, 1902-85


Box 865: folder 9
Keokuk, 1948-54


Box 865: folder 10
Johnson County, 1973-75


Box 865: folder 11
Muscatine: Building and Usage Study, 1969


Box 865: folder 12
Newton, 1927, 1948-66


Box 865: folder 13
Page County (Clarinda), 1927-33


Box 865: folder 14
Sioux City, 1878, 1899, 1977-86


Box 865: folder 15
Spencer, 1975


Box 865: folder 16
Washington (part of Town and Country District), 1927-32, 1975


Box 865: folder 17
Kansas



General, 1886-87, 1937, 1975-86


Box 865: folder 18
Kansas State Executive Committee: State Secretary's log book, 1893-1905


Box 865: folder 19
Kansas District (Wichita)



General, 1938-81


Box 865: folder 20
The Prairie Schooner, 1975-76


Box 865: folder 21
Y-Teen Cook Book, 1953


Box 865: folder 22
Arkansas City, 1928-30


Box 866: folder 1
Emporia, 1927-48


Box 866: folder 2
Independence, 1948-73


Box 866: folder 3
Lawrence, 1884-86, n.d.


Box 866: folder 4
Parsons, 1967-71


Box 866: folder 5
Kentucky



Miscellaneous, 1963, 1978


Box 866: folder 6
Kentucky District/Kentucky-Tennessee District/Kentucky District, 1936-59

[see also Tennessee District]



Box 866: folder 7
Owensboro, 1975-78


Box 866: folder 8
Louisiana



Alexandria-Pineville, 1971-74


Box 866: folder 9
Monroe, 1948-83


Box 866: folder 10-11
New Orleans



General, 1960-88, n.d.


Box 866: folder 12
Canal Street Branch



General, 1926-39, n.d.


Box 866: folder 13
Advisers' Bulletin, 1939-40


Box 866: folder 14
Maine, 1969-82


Box 866: folder 15
Maryland



Baltimore



General, 1939-76, n.d.


Box 866: folder 16
Baltimore Council of Social Agencies Study of the Baltimore Young Women's Christian Association, Mar 1953


Box 866: folder 17
Song Book, 1939


Box 866: folder 18
Massachusetts



General, 1977-83


Box 866: folder 19
Boston



General, 1888-1986, n.d.


Box 866: folder 20
Annual Reports: unbound copies


Box 866
1868-72, 1874-75, 1877, 1879, 1882-84, 1888-89, 1891


Box 866: folder 21-23
1894, 1897-99, 1905-15


Box 867: folder 1-3
Reports, general (including Annual): bound, 1867-86


Box 867: folder 4
The Heart of Woman, centennial publication, 1966


Box 867: folder 5
A Speaker's Guide to the Boston YWCA, 1866-1978


Box 867: folder 6
Brockton, 1968-75


Box 868: folder 1
Cambridge, 1896, 1975-77


Box 868: folder 2
Haverhill, 1911, 1975-88, n.d.


Box 868: folder 3
Holyoke



General, 1977-81, n.d.


Box 868: folder 4
Materials for Association Review, 1980


Box 868: folder 5
Lawrence



General, 1970-85


Box 868: folder 6
Inventory to Records housed at Immigrant City Archives, Lawrence, circa 1985


Box 868: folder 7
Malden: Report on Program Needs for Teen Age Girls, 1959


Box 868: folder 8
Newburyport, 1979, 1983


Box 868: folder 9
Newton, 1929


Box 868: folder 10
Western Massachusetts District/Springfield, 1927-37, 1971-93, n.d.


Box 868: folder 11-12
Worcester, 1935-89


Box 868: folder 13
Michigan



General, 1914-82


Box 868: folder 14
Ann Arbor, 1949-60, 1992?


Box 868: folder 15
Battle Creek, 1968-72


Box 868: folder 16
Detroit



General, 1947-78, n.d.


Box 868: folder 17
Narrative Report, 1952-53


Box 868: folder 18
Thesis "Interracial Practices of Five Group Work Agencies" by Elizabeth E. Sherwood, University of Michigan School of Social Work, 1952


Box 868: folder 19
First Southern Michigan District, 1927-29


Box 869: folder 1
Flint, 1977-90


Box 869: folder 2
Jackson, 1968-72


Box 869: folder 3
Lansing Area (rural), 1929-30


Box 869: folder 4
Lansing, Greater



General, 1958-89, n.d.


Box 869: folder 5
Centennial Cookbook, 1989


Box 869: folder 6
Lapeer County, 1930


Box 869: folder 7
Muskegon, 1968-72


Box 869: folder 8
Saginaw, 1970-80


Box 869: folder 9-10
Saint Clair, 1929-37


Box 869: folder 11
Western Wayne County/Dearborn, 1969, n.d.


Box 869: folder 12
Wexford County, 1928-32


Box 869: folder 13
Minnesota



General, 1898-1982


Box 869: folder 14
Albert Lea, 1971-78


Box 869: folder 15
Austin/Mower County, 1928-50, 1989-95


Box 869: folder 16
Virginia, 1928-30


Box 869: folder 17
Mississippi



General, 1964-67


Box 869: folder 18
Hattiesburg, 1928-55, n.d.


Box 869: folder 19
Meridian, 1927-50


Box 869: folder 20
Mississippi District



General, 1950-80


Box 869: folder 21
History, 1968


Box 869: folder 22
Missouri



Carthage, 1927-31


Box 869: folder 23
Joplin



General, 1977-84, n.d.


Box 869: folder 24
Financial reports, 1977-82


Box 869: folder 25
Moberly, 1928


Box 870: folder 1
St. Joseph, 1926, 1979


Box 870: folder 2
St. Louis



General, 1916, 1926, 1975-79


Box 870: folder 3
Annual Reports, 1870-72, 1874-75


Box 870: folder 4
Narrative Reports, 1951-52


Box 870: folder 5-7
Springfield



General, 1977-83


Box 870: folder 8
Financial reports, 1979-81


Box 870: folder 9
Montana



Billings: history, 1988


Box 870: folder 10
Missoula: history, circa 1981


Box 870: folder 11
Nebraska



Alliance, 1962-72


Box 870: folder 12
Jefferson County (Fairbury), 1968-76


Box 870: folder 13
Kearney, 1927-31


Box 870: folder 14
Lincoln



General, 1978


Box 870: folder 15
Masters thesis "The Lincoln YWCA: From Social Evangelism to Secular Activism" by Katherine Jellison, University of Nebraska, 1984


Box 870: folder 16
Nebraska District, 1949-62


Box 870: folder 17
Norfolk, 1927-32


Box 870: folder 18
Seward, 1962-77


Box 870: folder 19
Nevada



Reno-Sparks: Making Their Mark: Reno/Sparks YWCA History by Victoria Ford, 1996


Box 871: folder 1
New Hampshire



New Hampshire District (Concord), 1948-62


Box 871: folder 2
Manchester, 1977


Box 871: folder 3
Portsmouth, 1977-80


Box 871: folder 4
New Jersey



General and miscellaneous, 1922-90, n.d.


Box 871: folder 5
Bergen County: Narrative Record (scrapbook), 1954-57


Box 871: folder 6
Eastern Union County/Elizabeth: inventory of records with timeline of events in the history of the organization, 1993


Box 871: folder 7
Jersey City, circa 1929, 1977, n.d.


Box 871: folder 8
Montclair-North Essex, 1967, 1982


Box 871: folder 9
Newark, 1953-59, 1972-78, 1990


Box 871: folder 10-11
Passaic, 1959-89


Box 871: folder 12
Plainfield, 1956


Box 871: folder 13
Ridgewood, 1944-65, 1978


Box 871: folder 14
Somerset County, 1930-40


Box 871: folder 15
Trenton, 1959


Box 871: folder 16
New York



State Convention: proceedings, 1888


Box 871: folder 17
General, 1884-1998


Box 872: folder 1
Albany: Report of Study made by the YWCA of Albany, NY, under the direction of Lois Diehl, Oct-Nov 1958


Box 872: folder 2
Brooklyn



General, 1898, 1944, 1975-98


Box 872: folder 3
Narrative Report, 1952-53


Box 872: folder 4
Buffalo, 1880, 1933, 1952-94, n.d.


Box 872: folder 5
Chautauqua County, 1901, 1927-39


Box 872: folder 6
Farmingdale, 1954-58


Box 872: folder 7
Freeport, 1927


Box 872: folder 8
Nassau County/Hempstead District, 1928-50


Box 872: folder 9



Peekskill, 1976-82


Box 872: folder 10-11
Queens, Borough of (Jamaica), 1929-51


Box 872: folder 12
Rochester and Monroe County



Needs Assessment Survey of Monroe County High School Teen Women, circa 1980


Box 872: folder 13
Management Study and Facility Analysis, Nov 1981


Box 872: folder 14
Suffolk County (Bay Shore), 1929-66



General, 1929-66, n.d.


Box 872: folder 15-16
Board of Directors: minutes and reports, 1944-53


Box 873: folder 1
Correspondence, 1947-53, n.d.


Box 873: folder 2
Finance Campaign, 1947, 1949-52, n.d.


Box 873: folder 3-4
Utica



General, 1873, 1956


Box 873: folder 5
The Christian Worker, 1882-86


Box 873: folder 6
Westchester and Putnam County (Katonah), 1927-39


Box 873: folder 7
White Plains, 1988-96, n.d.


Box 873: folder 8
North Carolina



Miscellaneous, 1922-23, 1970


Box 873: folder 9
Salisbury, 1948-52


Box 873: folder 10
North Dakota: Grand Forks, 1967-70


Box 873: folder 11
Ohio



Miscellaneous, 1969-86


Box 873: folder 12
Ashtabula County, 1964-74, n.d.


Box 873: folder 13
Cambridge, 1928-34


Box 873: folder 14
Cincinnati



General, 1911-93, n.d.


Box 873: folder 15
Centennial, 1968


Box 873: folder 16
Strategic planning: report "Laying the Foundations for the Future," 1976


Box 874: folder 1
Women's Christian Association



Annual Report, 1869, 1870, 1871


Box 874: folder 2
Annual Report, including Annual Report of the Young Ladies' Branch, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875


Box 874: folder 3
Annual Report, 1876, 1877, 1879, 1880, 1880, 1881, 1883, 1884, 1884-5, 1886, 1888, 1889, 1891


Box 874: folder 4-7
Young Ladies' Branch/Protestant Industrial Branch: annual reports, 1876-77


Box 874: folder 8
Young Women's Christian Association



Year Book, 1903, 1911, 1913-15


Box 874: folder 9
Reports by Eva Bowles, 1934


Box 874: folder 10
Cleveland



General, 1869-1997, n.d.


Box 874: folder 11-12
Centennial, 1968


Box 874: folder 13
History



"After Thirty Years: Telling of the Daily Doings, Multiform Methods and Departments of the Young Women's Christian Association of Cleveland," souvenir publication, 1899


Box 874: folder 14
"Women Involved in the Real World" compiled by Mildred H. Esgar, first draft, prepared for centennial observance, 1968


Box 875: folder 1-4
International Institute, 1940, n.d.


Box 875: folder 5
Dayton, 1944-75, n.d.


Box 875: folder 6
Lancaster-Fairfield County, 1971-85


Box 875: folder 7
Montgomery County, 1927-30


Box 875: folder 8
Ohio District, 1950-69


Box 875: folder 9
Toledo: report "Today and Tomorrow at the Toledo YWCA," May 1972


Box 875: folder 10
Youngstown, 1975, 1980


Box 875: folder 11
Oklahoma



Miscellaneous, 1925, 1974


Box 875: folder 12
Kaleidoscope: Program Materials for YWCA Councils in Oklahoma, n.d.


Box 875: folder 13
McAlester, 1928-33


Box 875: folder 14
North East Oklahoma District, 1927-29


Box 875: folder 15
Oklahoma District, 1942-59


Box 875: folder 16
Okmulgee, 1948-53


Box 875: folder 17
Sapulpa, 1945-60


Box 875: folder 18
Tri-state District, 1930


Box 875: folder 19
Tulsa District, 1917-30


Box 875: folder 20
Oregon



Astoria, 1949-61


Box 875: folder 21
Baker, 1927-29


Box 875: folder 22
Central Lane YWCA of Eugene, 1950-67


Box 875: folder 23
Medford, 1931-32


Box 875: folder 24
Portland, 1874, 1976-83


Box 875: folder 25
Salem, 1949


Box 875: folder 26
Pennsylvania



Miscellaneous, 1889-2000


Box 876: folder 1
Bethlehem, 1959-97


Box 876: folder 2
Easton, 1950-80


Box 876: folder 3
Germantown, 1970-80


Box 876: folder 4
Hanover, 1974-90, n.d.


Box 876: folder 5
Harrisburg



General, 1974-80


Box 876: folder 6
Report of the 1954-55 Study of the Harrisburg YWCA


Box 876: folder 7
Hollidaysburg, 1928-54


Box 876: folder 8
Kane, 1950-67


Box 876: folder 9
Lancaster, 1954, 1998


Box 876: folder 10
Philadelphia



General, 1897-1998, n.d.


Box 876: folder 11-12
Centennial, 1969-70


Box 876: folder 13
Manual: "YWCA Property Administration," Oct 1978


Box 876: folder 14
Reports



Women's Christian Association of Philadelphia Annual Report, 1870, 1874, 1877, 1883


Box 876: folder 15-16
"100 Years Plus: The Philadelphia Plan" by Rhetta Arter, 1970


Box 876: folder 17
Pittsburgh



General, 1911-12, 1940-92, n.d.


Box 877: folder 1-3
Centennial, 1967


Box 877: folder 4
Reports



Women's Christian Association of Pittsburgh and Allegheny: annual reports, 1875, 1875, 1876, 1877


Box 877: folder 5-6
"The Administrative Process Used in Planning the Total Program of a Group Work Agency" by Mildred Savacool, 1950


Box 877: folder 7
Self-Appraisal Report, 1952


Box 877: folder 8
Reading: Cook Book, n.d.


Box 877: folder 9
Turtle Creek, 1928-30


Box 877: folder 10
Wilkes-Barre, 1971-80


Box 877: folder 11
Williamsport, 1872, 1971


Box 877: folder 12
Wilmerding, 1927-43


Box 877: folder 13
York, 1951-53, n.d.


Box 877: folder 14
Rhode Island: general, 1877, 1935-75


Box 877: folder 15
South Carolina



Aiken County, 1954-60


Box 877: folder 16
Charleston, 1959, 1967


Box 877: folder 17
Columbia



Phyllis Wheatley Branch study, 1958


Box 877: folder 18
Visitation reports, 1941-47


Box 877: folder 19
Greenville, 1967, n.d.


Box 878: folder 1
Spartanburg, 1929-31


Box 878: folder 2
Sumter, 1966-82


Box 878: folder 3
South Dakota



Aberdeen, 1977-82


Box 878: folder 4
Rapid City, 1948-61


Box 878: folder 5
South Dakota District, 1927-28


Box 878: folder 6
Tennessee



Miscellaneous, 1961-97, n.d.


Box 878: folder 7
Bristol, 1971-79


Box 878: folder 8
Chattanooga, 1973-93


Box 878: folder 9
Memphis, 1945-68


Box 878: folder 10
Oak Ridge, 1958-95, n.d.


Box 878: folder 11
Tennessee District, 1951-56

[see also Kentucky District]



Box 878: folder 12
Texas



Miscellaneous, 1956-81, n.d.


Box 878: folder 13
Amarillo, 1969-77


Box 878: folder 14
Austin, 1913-88, n.d.


Box 878: folder 15
Beaumont: cook book, 1976


Box 878: folder 16
Dallas, 1978-79


Box 878: folder 17
Dallas District, 1928-30


Box 878: folder 18
Galveston, 1977-84


Box 878: folder 19
Houston



General, 1969-88


Box 878: folder 20
A Manual for Leaders, 1971-72


Box 878: folder 21
Houston-Gulf Coast District (Angleton), 1949-64


Box 878: folder 22
Lower Rio Grande Valley (Mercedes), 1928-47


Box 878: folder 23
Odessa, 1967-72


Box 878: folder 24
Oil Belt District, 1928-29


Box 878: folder 25
San Antonio, 1977-91, n.d.


Box 878: folder 26
Virginia



Lynchburg, 1984


Box 878: folder 27
Norfolk (Tidewater Area)



General, 1961-74


Box 879: folder 1
Phyllis Wheatley Branch study, 1959


Box 879: folder 2
The Peninsula (Newport News), 1918-90


Box 879: folder 3
Portsmouth, 1928-31


Box 879: folder 4
Richmond: thesis '"Helping Others Help Themselves": Social Advocacy and Wage-Earning Women in Richmond, Virginia, 1910-32' by Elizabeth Stevens Brinson, 1984


Box 879: folder 5-6
Staunton, 1927-30


Box 879: folder 7
Washington



Miscellaneous, 1976-79


Box 879: folder 8
Centralia, 1929-31


Box 879: folder 9
Everett, 1927-31


Box 879: folder 10
Seattle, 1964-84


Box 879: folder 11
Seattle-King County, 1976, 1981, n.d.


Box 879: folder 12
Tacoma: Directional Study, "To Chart a Course," 1968


Box 879: folder 13
Tri-City YWCA of Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland/Richland, 1951-61


Box 879: folder 14
Wisconsin



State, 1890, n.d.


Box 879: folder 15
Miscellaneous, 1976-78


Box 879: folder 16
Green Bay-De Pere: History, 1919-68


Box 879: folder 17-18
Madison, 1918, 1927, 1992


Box 879: folder 19
Milwaukee



General, 1973-92, n.d.


Box 879: folder 20
Reports



"Priorities and Potentials for Program Development," 1966


Box 879: folder 21
"Internal Operations," 1966


Box 880: folder 1
Neenah-Menasha, 1968-77


Box 880: folder 2
Sheboygan, 1954-64


Box 880: folder 3
Wyoming, 1926-79


Box 880: folder 4
OVERSIZE


Box 880
Ohio, Cleveland: The Earnest Worker, Jun 1880-May 1886 [incomplete]


Box 881
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia: Faith and Works, September 1875-August 1888


Box 882-884
Tennessee, Memphis: The Gleaner, Nov 1881-Oct 1886


Box 885
New York, City of



General and history



General, 1885, 1889, 1932-98, n.d.


Box 886: folder 1-2
Thesis "The YWCA of the City of New York, 1870-1920" by Helen Bittar, New York University, 1979


Box 886: folder 3-5
Archives, Laura Parsons Pratt Research Center, 1974-87


Box 886: folder 6
Branches and Residences/Buildings



General, 1974-88, n.d.


Box 886: folder 7
Flushing, 1991-98


Box 886: folder 8
Harlem/Upper Manhattan/New Harlem, 1903-77, n.d.


Box 886: folder 9
Headquarters, 7 East 15th St., 1988-94, n.d.


Box 886: folder 10
International Institute, 113 East 34th St., 1912-40, n.d.


Box 886: folder 11
Margaret Louisa Home (residence), 14 East 16th St., 1904-11, n.d.


Box 886: folder 12
Studio Club (residence & social center for artists), 210 E 77th St., 1926, 1973, 1977


Box 886: folder 13
West Side, 1937


Box 886: folder 14
Joint Campaign to Raise $4,000,000 for the YWCA and the YMCA of the City of New York, 1913


Box 886: folder 15
Annual Reports/Record of the Year



Bound copies



1871-1916


Box 887
With additional materials bound in, 1871-1913


Box 888-889
Unbound copies, 1871-72, 1874-75, 1879, 1882, 1907-19


Box 890-891
Ladies' Christian Association/Union of the City of New York (precursor organization)



General, 1882, 1975


Box 892
Annual reports, 1860-61, 1866-70, 1872-91, 1891-1902, 1904-08


Box 892
Subseries B. 1988-2002



Alabama



Birmingham



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 893
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-98


Box 893
Annual Statistical Report, 2000


Box 893
Board of Directors, 1991


Box 893
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996-99


Box 893
Correspondence, 1989-2001


Box 893
Program, 1983-99, n.d.


Box 893
Mobile



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 893
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-95


Box 893
Affiliation requirements, 1995-96


Box 893
Annual Statistical Report, 2000


Box 893
Board of Directors, 1992


Box 893
Constitution/Basic documents, 1972, 1996


Box 893
Correspondence, 1991-98, n.d.


Box 893
Program, 1990-97, n.d.


Box 893
Alaska



Anchorage



Accreditation requirements, 1993-99


Box 893
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 893
Affiliation requirements, 1994-96


Box 893
Annual Statistical Report, 2000


Box 893
Constitution/Basic documents, 1989-96, n.d.


Box 893
Correspondence, 1979-2000


Box 893
Program, 1987-99, n.d.


Box 893
Arizona



Bisbee



Accreditation requirements, 1992-94


Box 893
Board of Directors, 1990-96


Box 893
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994


Box 893
Correspondence, 1988-2000, n.d.


Box 893
Program, 1997-99, n.d.


Box 893
Douglas



Accreditation requirements, 1993-96. n.d.


Box 893
Affiliation requirements, 1994-96


Box 893
Annual Statistical Report, 2000


Box 893
Board of Directors, 1993


Box 893
Constitution/Basic documents, 1998


Box 893
Correspondence, 1978, 1989-2000


Box 893
Maricopa County (Phoenix)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 893
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 893
Affiliation requirements, 1993-98


Box 893
Annual Statistical Report, 2000


Box 893
Board of Directors, 1991-2000


Box 893
Constitution/Basic documents, 1961-99


Box 893
Correspondence, 1981-2000


Box 893
Finance administration, 1988-99


Box 893
Program, 1995-99, n.d.


Box 893
Tucson



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 894
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 894
Affiliation requirements, 1994-97


Box 894
Annual Statistical Report, 2000


Box 894
Board of Directors, 1987-96


Box 894
Constitution/Basic documents, 1969, 1996


Box 894
Correspondence, 1988-99


Box 894
Legal: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. YWCA of Tucson and YWCA of the USA



General and correspondence, 1988-93


Box 894
Defendants' affidavits in opposition to motion of plaintiff for summary judgment


Box 894
Exhibits


Box 895
Mailing to member associations, 1992


Box 895
Program, 1988-99


Box 895
Arkansas



Bess Chisum Stephens/Greater Little Rock (Little Rock)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 895
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 895
Affiliation requirements, 1994-98


Box 895
Annual Statistical Report, 2000


Box 895
Constitution/Basic documents, 1973, 1995-1996


Box 895
Correspondence, 1989-99


Box 895
Program, 1990-98, n.d.


Box 895
El Dorado



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 895
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 895
Affiliation requirements, 1994-97


Box 895
Annual Statistical Report, 2000-01


Box 895
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995-96


Box 895
Correspondence, 1989-2002, n.d.


Box 895
Program, 1984-93, n.d.


Box 895
Fort Smith



Accreditation requirements, 1988-93


Box 895
Constitution/Basic documents, 1978, 1989-91


Box 895
Correspondence, 1977-93


Box 895
Disaffiliation, 1991-93


Box 895
Finance administration, 1988


Box 895
Program, 1989-92


Box 895
Hot Springs/Quapaw Community YWCA



Accreditation requirements, 1990-92


Box 895
Constitution/Basic documents, 1982-90, n.d.


Box 895
Correspondence, 1982-92


Box 895
Program, 1984-92, n.d.


Box 895
California



General, 1993-94, 1998


Box 895
Alameda County, Southern (Hayward)

[see also Oakland]




Accreditation requirements, 1988-93


Box 895
Affiliation requirements, 1993


Box 895
Constitution/Basic documents, 1977-81


Box 895
Correspondence, 1988-95, n.d.


Box 895
Merger with Oakland, proposal, 1991


Box 895
Bakersfield



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 895
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1985-96


Box 895
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 895
Correspondence, 1988-98


Box 895
Program, 1984-95, n.d.


Box 895



Correspondence and notes, 1988-95


Box 895
Organization/Structure, 1973-92, n.d.


Box 895
Contra Costa County (Richmond)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 895
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1990-97


Box 895
Affiliation requirements, 1996-98


Box 895
Annual Statistical Report, 2000


Box 895
Constitution/Basic documents, 1940-98


Box 895
Correspondence, 1989-99


Box 895
Finance administration, 1989-95


Box 895
Program, 1991-97, n.d.


Box 895
Fontana



Constitution, 1955-83


Box 895
Correspondence, 1989-99


Box 895
Program, 1969-93


Box 895
Fresno



Accreditation requirements, 1990-98


Box 896
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-97


Box 896
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 896
Board of Directors, 1996-97


Box 896
Constitution/Basic documents, 1991-96


Box 896
Correspondence, 1990-98


Box 896
Finance administration, 1988-92


Box 896
Organization/Structure, 1990, n.d.


Box 896
Program, 1996, n.d.


Box 896
Gardena Valley



Accreditation requirements, 1992-99


Box 896
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1995-98


Box 896
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 896
Board of Directors, 1996-98, n.d.


Box 896
Constitution/Basic documents, 1975, 1996, 1998


Box 896
Correspondence, 1974-2000, n.d.


Box 896
Program, 1985-97, n.d.


Box 896
Glendale



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 896
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 896
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 2000


Box 896
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 896
Board of Directors, 1997-98, 2000


Box 896
Constitution/Basic documents, 1937, 1982-2000


Box 896
Correspondence, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 896
Program



General, 1982-2000, n.d.


Box 896
Domestic Violence training materials, ca. 2000


Box 896
Harbor Area (San Pedro)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 896
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 896
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1998


Box 896
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 896
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 896
Constitution/Basic documents, 1921, 1995-96


Box 896
Correspondence, 1995-99, n.d.


Box 896
Program



General, 1989, 1997, n.d.


Box 896
Lesbian Outreach Project, 1995


Box 896



Humboldt County (Eureka)



General, 1970-88


Box 896
Long Beach



Board of Directors, 1991


Box 896
Constitution/Basic documents, 1958


Box 896
Correspondence, 1989-93, n.d.


Box 896
Program, 1980-91, n.d.


Box 896
Los Angeles, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 896
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-2000


Box 896
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 897
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 897
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995, n.d.


Box 897
Correspondence, 1972, 1992-2002


Box 897
Program, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 897
Mid-Peninsula (Palo Alto)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 897
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 897
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 897
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 897
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 897
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995


Box 897
Correspondence, 1980-2002


Box 897
Program, 1992-99, n.d.


Box 897
Monterey County/Peninsula (Monterey)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 897
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 897
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 897
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 897
Board of Directors, 1996-97


Box 897
Constitution/Basic documents, 1991, 1996, n.d.


Box 897
Correspondence, 1988-98


Box 897
Program, 1996-98, n.d.


Box 897
Napa Solano (Vallejo), 1986-88


Box 897
Oakland



Accreditation requirements, 1991-96


Box 897
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-96


Box 897
Affiliation requirements



General, 1995


Box 897
Resource manual for Affiliation, Jan 2001


Box 897
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 897
Constitution/Basic documents, 1890, 1959, 1991, 1996, n.d.


Box 897
Correspondence, 1986-2001


Box 897
Program, 1983-99, n.d.


Box 897
Orange County, Central (Orange)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 898
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 898
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1998


Box 898
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 898
Board of Directors, 1990-91


Box 898
Constitution/Basic documents, 1967, 1996, n.d.


Box 898
Correspondence, 1989-98


Box 898
Legal: Nowotarski and Nowak v. Central Orange County YWCA, 1992-94


Box 898
Program, 1990, 1995, n.d.


Box 898
Orange County, North (Fullerton)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 898
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 898
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 898
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 898
Constitution/Basic documents, 1973, 1995-96


Box 898
Correspondence, 1990-99


Box 898
Orange County, South (Santa Ana)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 898
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 898
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 898
Constitution/Basic documents, 1946, 1978, 1998


Box 898
Correspondence, 1992-98


Box 898
Program, 1990-97, n.d.


Box 898
Pasadena-Foothill Valley (Pasadena)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 898
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 898
Affiliation requirements, 1998, 2000


Box 898
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 898
Constitution/Basic documents, 1946-98


Box 898
Correspondence, 1990-2001


Box 898
Program, 1985-2000, n.d.


Box 898
Redlands



Accreditation requirements, 1991-95


Box 898
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-92


Box 898
Constitution/Basic documents, 1976, 1991


Box 898
Correspondence, 1992-98


Box 898
Program, 1995-96


Box 898
Riverside County (Riverside)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 898
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 898
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 2000


Box 898
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 898
Constitution/Basic documents, 1993, 1996, 2000


Box 898
Correspondence, 1992-99, n.d.


Box 898
Finance administration, 1991-96


Box 898
Program, 1989-2000, n.d.


Box 898
Sacramento



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 898
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-95


Box 898
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 899
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 899
Board of Directors, 1990-97


Box 899
Constitution/Basic documents, 1951-96


Box 899
Correspondence, 1992-2001


Box 899
Program, 1990-97, n.d.


Box 899
San Bernardino



Accreditation requirements, 1991-95


Box 899
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-95


Box 899
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 899
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 899
Board of Directors, 2000-01


Box 899
Constitution/Basic documents, 1964, 1993, 1998


Box 899
Correspondence, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 899
Program, 1969-94, n.d.


Box 899
San Diego County



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 899
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1995-99


Box 899
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 899
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 899
Board of Directors, 1990, 1996-98


Box 899
Constitution/Basic documents, 1998


Box 899
Correspondence, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 899
Program, 1982-98, n.d.


Box 899
San Francisco, Marin, and San Mateo



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 899
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 899
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 899
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 899
Board of Directors



Rosters, 1995-97


Box 899
Minutes and correspondence, 1995-98


Box 899
Constitution/Basic documents, 1937-98


Box 899



General, 1989-2000, n.d.


Box 899
Re sale of buildings, 965 Clay St. ("Chinatown Center," Chinatown/North Beach Branch) and 1830 Sutter St. ("Japantown YWCA," Western Addition)



1995-Oct 1996


Box 899
Nov 1996-2002, n.d. Japantown YWCA," Western Addition)


Box 900
Research materials re sale of buildings, 1912-34


Box 900
Program, 1995-99, n.d.


Box 900
San Gabriel Valley (West Covina)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 900
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 900
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 2000


Box 900
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 900
Constitution/Basic documents, 1962-95


Box 900
Correspondence, 1992-2000


Box 900
Program, 1989-2000, n.d.


Box 900
Santa Clara Valley (San Jose)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 900
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 900
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 900
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 900
Board of Directors, 1994-95


Box 900
Constitution/Basic documents, 1914-97


Box 900
Correspondence, 1990-2000


Box 900
Program, 1991-2001, n.d.


Box 900
Santa Cruz



Accreditation requirements, 1992-93


Box 900
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1990


Box 900
Constitution/Basic documents, 1955-88


Box 900
Correspondence, 1990-95, n.d.


Box 900
Santa Monica



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 900
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 900
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 1998


Box 900
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 900
Board of Directors, 1998


Box 900
Constitution/Basic documents, 1963-96


Box 900
Correspondence, 1991-99


Box 900
Program, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 900
Sonoma County (Santa Rosa)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 901
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 901
Affiliation requirements, 1997


Box 901
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 901
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 901
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 901
Correspondence, 1991-2000, n.d.


Box 901
Program, 1995-98, n.d.


Box 901
Torrance



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 901
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 901
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 901
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 901
Constitution/Basic documents, 1985-97


Box 901
Correspondence, 1992-98, n.d.


Box 901
Program, 1989-97, n.d.


Box 901
Ventura County, 1976-80


Box 901
Watsonville



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 901
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 901
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 901
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 901
Constitution/Basic documents, 1952, 1995


Box 901
Correspondence, 1994-2002


Box 901
Program, 1992-98


Box 901
West End/Greater Pomona Valley (Pomona/Montclair)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 901
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 901
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 901
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 901
Constitution/Basic documents, 1968-96


Box 901
Correspondence, 1988-2000


Box 901
Program, 1977-92, n.d.


Box 901
Colorado



Boulder County



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 901
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 901
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 901
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 901
Board of Directors, 1997-2000


Box 901
Constitution/Basic documents, 1993-99


Box 901
Correspondence, 1989-2000


Box 901
Program, 1988-2002, n.d.


Box 901
Denver, Metropolitan



Accreditation requirements, 1990-94


Box 901
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991


Box 901
Affiliation requirements, 1993


Box 902
Board of Directors, 1990-92


Box 902
Constitution/Basic documents, 1936-92


Box 902
Correspondence, 1990-95, 1997-99


Box 902
Program, 1971-94, n.d.


Box 902
Pueblo



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 902
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 902
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 1998


Box 902
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 902
Board of Directors, 1995-96


Box 902
Constitution/Basic documents, 1990-2000, n.d.


Box 902
Correspondence, 1972-78, 1992-2001


Box 902
Program, 1994-98


Box 902
Connecticut



Darien-Norwalk



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 902
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 902
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 1998


Box 902
Board of Directors, 1996


Box 902
Constitution/Basic documents, 1975-94


Box 902
Correspondence, 1989-2001


Box 902
Program, 1996, n.d.


Box 902
Eastern Fairfield County/Greater Bridgeport (Bridgeport)



Accreditation requirements, 1990-97


Box 902
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-97


Box 902
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 902
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 902
Correspondence, 1989-99


Box 902
Program, 1996


Box 902
Greenwich



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 902
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1995-99


Box 902
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 902
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 902
Constitution/Basic documents, 1919, 1996


Box 902
Correspondence, 1993-2000


Box 902
Program, 1997-98


Box 902
Hartford, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 903
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1980-99


Box 903
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 903
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 903
Constitution/Basic documents, 1966, 1994-96, n.d.


Box 903
Correspondence, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 903
Program, 1993-2000


Box 903
Meriden



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 903
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-97


Box 903
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 903
Constitution/Basic documents, 1979-85


Box 903
Correspondence, 1995-2000


Box 903
Legal: Everson v. YWCA of Meriden, 1991


Box 903
Program, 1996-98, n.d.


Box 903
New Britain



Accreditation requirements, 1990-97


Box 903
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-97


Box 903
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 903
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 903
Constitution/Basic documents, 1910, 1995, 1998


Box 903
Correspondence, 1993-99


Box 903
Program, 1996, n.d.


Box 903
New Haven



Accreditation requirements, 1991-94


Box 903
Constitution/Basic documents, 1975-95


Box 903
Correspondence, 1989-99


Box 903
Program, 1989-92


Box 903
New London



General, 1989-95


Box 903
Waterbury



Accreditation requirements, 1990-95


Box 903
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992


Box 903
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994


Box 903
Correspondence, 1990-97


Box 903
Delaware



New Castle County (Wilmington)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 903
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 903
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 903
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2001


Box 903
Board of Directors, 1997-99


Box 903
Constitution/Basic documents, 1965, 1980, 1997


Box 904
Correspondence, 1992-2001


Box 904
Program, 1993-2000, n.d.


Box 904
District of Columbia, National Capital Area (District of Columbia, and Phyllis Wheatley Branch, DC; Montgomery County, MD, Alexandria, VA)



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 904
Accreditation requirements: personnel confidential, 1992-98


Box 904
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 904
Constitution/Basic documents, 1952-97


Box 904
Correspondence, 1991-2001, n.d.


Box 904
Hannah Harrison Center for Career Education, 1990-94, n.d.


Box 904
Phyllis Wheatley Branch: research materials, 1918-60, n.d.


Box 904
Program, circa 1972, 1989-99, n.d.


Box 904
Florida



Clearwater, 1987-91


Box 904
Daytona Beach



Accreditation requirements, 1991-96


Box 904
Constitution/Basic documents, 1941, 1977, 1994


Box 904
Correspondence, 1988-2000, n.d.


Box 904
Program, n.d.


Box 904
Jacksonville



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 904
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-96


Box 904
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 904
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996, 1999


Box 904
Correspondence, 1990-2000


Box 904
Program, 1995-98


Box 904
Miami, Greater and Dade County



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 904
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-97


Box 904
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 904
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995, 1998


Box 904
Correspondence, 1992-2001, n.d.


Box 904
Program, 1964-98, n.d.


Box 904
Palm Beach County (West Palm Beach)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 905
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 905
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 905
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 905
Board of Directors, 1990-99


Box 905
Constitution/Basic documents, 1991-99


Box 905
Correspondence, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 905
Program, 1985-98


Box 905
Pensacola



Constitution/Basic documents, 1977-79


Box 905
Correspondence, 1987-91


Box 905
St. Petersburg (consolidates with Clearwater to become Tampa Bay), 1987-91, n.d.


Box 905
Tampa Bay (consolidation of St. Petersburg and Clearwater, 1991)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 905
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 905
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 905
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 905
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 905
Correspondence, 1991-98, n.d.


Box 905
Program, 1992-98, n.d.


Box 905
Georgia



Atlanta, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 905
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 905
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 905
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 905
Constitution/Basic documents, 1942, 1977, 1994-95


Box 905
Correspondence, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 905
Program, 1987-2000, n.d.


Box 905
Brunswick



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 905
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 905
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 905
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 905
Constitution/Basic documents, 1950, 1985, 1994-96


Box 905
Correspondence, 1992-99, n.d.


Box 905
Program, 1984-91, n.d.


Box 905
Central Savannah River Area/Augusta (Augusta)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 905
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 905
Affiliation requirements, 1995-97


Box 905
Constitution/Basic documents, 1969-97


Box 905
Correspondence, 1989-98


Box 906
Program, 1979-96, n.d.


Box 906
Cobb County (Marietta)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 906
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 906
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 906
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 906
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996-2002


Box 906
Correspondence, 1986-2000


Box 906
Program, 1996-98, n.d.


Box 906
Macon



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 906
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 906
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 906
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 906
Correspondence, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 906
Program, 1980-92, n.d.


Box 906
Hawaii



Hawai'i Island (Hilo)



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 906
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 906
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 906
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 906
Board of Directors, 1995-2000, n.d.


Box 906
Constitution/Basic documents, 1965-97


Box 906
Correspondence, 1992-2000


Box 906
Program, 1990-97, n.d.


Box 906
Kauai County (Lihue)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 906
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 906
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 906
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 906
Board of Directors, 1993, 1996


Box 906
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 906
Correspondence, 1988-2000


Box 906
Program, 1967?-2000, n.d.


Box 906
O'ahu (Honolulu)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 906
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 906
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 1998


Box 906
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 906
Board of Directors


Box 906
General, 1995-98


Box 906
Manual, 1993


Box 906
Constitution/Basic documents, 1962, 1996-98


Box 906
Correspondence, 1985-2001, n.d.


Box 907
Pool Site Inspection Report, 1991


Box 907
Program, 1982-98, n.d.


Box 907
Idaho



Boise



Accreditation requirements, 1990-96


Box 907
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-95


Box 907
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1996


Box 907
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 907
Board of Directors, 1986-96


Box 907
Constitution/Basic documents, 1971-95


Box 907
Correspondence, 1984-97, n.d.


Box 907
Program, 1987-96, n.d.


Box 907
Lewiston-Clarkston



Accreditation requirements, 1991-96


Box 907
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 907
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 907
Board of Directors, 1987-92


Box 907
Constitution/Basic documents, 1974-98


Box 907
Correspondence, 1984-2000, n.d.


Box 907
Program, 1997, n.d.


Box 907
The Palouse (Moscow), 1991-96, n.d.


Box 907
Southeastern Idaho/Pocatello



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 907
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 907
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 907
Constitution/Basic documents, 1968-96


Box 907
Correspondence, 1976-2001


Box 907
Program, 1980-89


Box 907
Illinois



Alton



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 907
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 907
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 907
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 907
Board of Directors, 1997-98


Box 907
Constitution/Basic documents, 1982-97


Box 907
Correspondence, 1984-2000


Box 907
Program, 1986-98


Box 907
Aurora



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 908
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 908
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 908
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 908
Board of Directors, 1997-98


Box 908
Constitution/Basic documents, 1989-95


Box 908
Correspondence, 1986-99


Box 908
Program, 1990-96


Box 908
Canton



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 908
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 908
Affiliation requirements, 1994-95, 1997


Box 908
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 908
Board of Directors, 1996-97


Box 908
Constitution/Basic documents, 1973-96


Box 908
Correspondence, 1992-97


Box 908
Program, 1992


Box 908
Chicago, Metropolitan



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 908
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 908
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 908
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 908
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 908
Constitution/Basic documents, 1899, 1996


Box 908
Correspondence, 1990-2001, n.d.


Box 908
Program, 1996-99


Box 908
Danville



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 908
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 908
Affiliation requirements, 1997


Box 908
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 908
Board of Directors, 1996-99


Box 908
Constitution/Basic documents, 1910, 1996


Box 908
Correspondence, 1990-97


Box 908
Program, 1998


Box 908
Decatur and Macon County/Decatur



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 908
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 908
Affiliation requirements, 1994, 1996-97


Box 908
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 908
Board of Directors, 1989-97


Box 908
Constitution/Basic documents, 1979-96, n.d.


Box 908
Correspondence, 1972, 1991-99


Box 908
Program, ca. 1969, 1997-99


Box 908
Elgin



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 909
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 909
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 909
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 909
Board of Directors, 1997-98


Box 909
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 909
Correspondence, 1992-98


Box 909
Program, 1986-96, n.d.


Box 909
Evanston/North Shore



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 909
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 909
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1998


Box 909
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 909
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 909
Constitution/Basic documents, 1947, 1981, 1996


Box 909
Correspondence, 1986-2001


Box 909
Program, 1997, n.d.


Box 909
Freeport



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 909
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 909
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1995


Box 909
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 909
Board of Directors, 1994-95


Box 909
Constitution/Basic documents, 1967, 1996


Box 909
Correspondence, 1992-2001


Box 909
Kankakee



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 909
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1998


Box 909
Affiliation requirements, 1991, 1994, 1998


Box 909
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 909
Constitution/Basic documents, 1907, 1966, 1998


Box 909
Correspondence, 1991-99, n.d.


Box 909
Lake County/Lake and McHenry Counties/Waukegan (Waukegan) [unofficial name Northeastern Illinois]



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 909
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-99


Box 909
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1995, 1997


Box 909
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 909
Board of Directors, 1994-95


Box 909
Constitution/Basic documents, 1930, 1975, 1995


Box 909
Correspondence, 1980-2001


Box 909
Program, 1998-2001


Box 909
McLean County (Bloomington)



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 909
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-99


Box 909
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1995, 1997


Box 909
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 909
Board of Directors, 1997-99


Box 909
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995


Box 909
Correspondence, 1992-98, n.d.


Box 909
Program, 1989, n.d.


Box 909
Pekin



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 909
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 909
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1995, 1997


Box 909
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 909
Board of Directors, 1995-97


Box 909
Constitution/Basic documents, 1928, 1995


Box 909
Correspondence, 1988-2000, n.d.


Box 909
Peoria



Accreditation requirements, 1990-98


Box 910
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-96


Box 910
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 910
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 910
Constitution/Basic documents, 1925, 1996


Box 910
Correspondence, 1986-98


Box 910
Quad Cities (Rock Island) [serves Rock Island and Moline, IL, and Davenport and Bettendorf, IA]



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 910
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 910
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 910
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 910
Board of Directors, 1993, 1997


Box 910
Constitution/Basic documents, 1891, 1973-77, 1993, 1998


Box 910
Correspondence, 1977-99


Box 910
Program, 1991-94, n.d.


Box 910
Quincy



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 910
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 910
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 910
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 910
Board of Directors, 1994-95


Box 910
Constitution/Basic documents, 1905, 1994, 1996


Box 910
Correspondence, 1986-2000, n.d.


Box 910
Program, 1981-2000


Box 910
Rockford



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 910
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 910
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1998


Box 910
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 910
Board of Directors, 1993


Box 910
Correspondence, 1986-99


Box 910
Program, 1992-98, n.d.


Box 910
St. Clair County (Belleville)



Accreditation requirements, 1990-98


Box 910
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 910
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 910
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 910
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994, 1996


Box 910
Correspondence, 1985-99


Box 910
Sauk Valley/Sterling-Rock Falls (Sterling)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 910
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 910
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 910
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 910
Board of Directors, 1993-99, n.d.


Box 910
Constitution/Basic documents, 1990-95


Box 910
Correspondence, 1984-99


Box 910
Program, 1993, 1997-98


Box 910
Springfield



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 911
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1995-99


Box 911
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 911
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 911
Constitution/Basic documents, 1909-96


Box 911
Correspondence, 1978-2000


Box 911
Indiana



Anderson



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 911
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-98


Box 911
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 911
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 911
Board of Directors, 1992-93


Box 911
Constitution/Basic documents, 1920-96


Box 911
Correspondence, 1986-98, n.d.


Box 911
Program, 1976-97


Box 911
Calumet Area (Hammond)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 911
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 911
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1996


Box 911
Board of Directors, 1991-92


Box 911
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 911
Correspondence, 1980-99


Box 911
Program, 1992-93, n.d.


Box 911
Elkhart County (Elkhart)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 911
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 911
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 911
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 911
Board of Directors, 1980-81, 1996-97


Box 911
Constitution/Basic documents, 1997


Box 911
Correspondence, 1989-2000


Box 911
Program, 1981, 1997


Box 911
Evansville



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 911
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 911
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 911
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 911
Board of Directors, 1991-92


Box 911
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 911
Correspondence, 1989-98, n.d.


Box 911
Fort Wayne



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 911
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 911
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 911
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 911
Board of Directors, 1991-92


Box 911
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996


Box 911
Correspondence, 1991-2001


Box 911
Program, 1987-2002


Box 911
Gary



Accreditation requirements, 1988-98


Box 911
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1995-98


Box 911
Affiliation requirements, 1997


Box 911
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 911
Constitution/Basic documents, 1993-97


Box 911
Correspondence, 1988-2000


Box 912
Indianapolis



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 912
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 912
Affiliation requirements, 1997-98


Box 912
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 912
Board of Directors, 1996-98, n.d.


Box 912
Constitution/Basic documents, 1989-98


Box 912
Correspondence, 1985-2001, n.d.


Box 912
Program, 1988-98, n.d.


Box 912
Kokomo



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 912
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-96


Box 912
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 912
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 912
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 912
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994-96, n.d.


Box 912
Correspondence, 1988-2002, n.d.


Box 912
Program, 1989-96, n.d.


Box 912
Lafayette, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1992-99


Box 912
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 912
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 912
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 912
Constitution/Basic documents, 1932, 1984-95, n.d.


Box 912
Correspondence, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 912
Program, 1996-98, n.d.


Box 912
Marion



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 912
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 912
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1995


Box 912
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 912
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996-98


Box 912
Correspondence, 1990-2001


Box 912
Muncie



Accreditation requirements, 1990-98


Box 912
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 912
Affiliation requirements, 1998


Box 912
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 912
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 912
Constitution/Basic documents, 1911, 1990-98


Box 912
Correspondence, 1990-98


Box 912
Legal



Correspondence, 1994-97


Box 913
Pitts v. YWCA of Muncie, May- Jul 1996


Box 913
State of Indiana Civil Rights Commission v. YWCA



Summonses, Jul 1996


Box 913
Motions to dismiss and memoranda in support thereof, 15 Oct 1996


Box 913
Program, 1990-98, n.d.


Box 913
Richmond



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 913
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-99


Box 913
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 913
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 913
Board of Directors, 1997-98, n.d.


Box 913
Constitution/Basic documents, 1959-2001


Box 913
Correspondence, 1987-98


Box 913
Program, 1993-98, n.d.


Box 913
Saint Joseph County (South Bend)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 913
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 913
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1996


Box 913
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 913
Constitution/Basic documents, 1997


Box 913
Correspondence, 1988-2000, n.d.


Box 913
Terre Haute



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 913
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 913
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 913
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 913
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994, 1997


Box 913
Correspondence, 1988-2000


Box 913
Program, 1981, 1996


Box 913
Iowa



Atlantic (Registered Adult Advisory Group), 1988-99


Box 913
Black Hawk County (Waterloo)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 913
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 913
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 913
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 913
Constitution/Basic documents, 2000


Box 913
Correspondence, 1987-2000


Box 913
Program, 1990-98, n.d.


Box 913
Burlington



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 913
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-98


Box 913
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 913
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 913
Constitution/Basic documents, 1992-98


Box 913
Correspondence, 1986-2000, n.d.


Box 913
Program, 1989-98, n.d.


Box 913
Cedar Rapids and Linn County



Accreditation requirements, 1990-98


Box 914
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-98


Box 914
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 914
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 914
Board of Directors, 1990-2000


Box 914
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995-96


Box 914
Correspondence, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 914
Program, 1992-96, n.d.


Box 914
Clarinda Y-Women (Registered Adult Advisory Group), 1979, 1994-2003


Box 914
Clinton County/Gateway (Clinton)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 914
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 914
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 1998


Box 914
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 914
Constitution/Basic documents, 1993-97


Box 914
Correspondence, 1993-2000


Box 914
Program, 1980-2000, n.d.


Box 914
Creston Community (Registered Adult Group), 1992


Box 914
Des Moines, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 914
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 914
Affiliation requirements, 1994-95


Box 914
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 914
Board of Directors, 1993-98


Box 914
Branch, Greater Altoona Community Service Campus: potential provisional status, 1993-96


Box 914
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994, 1997-98


Box 914
Correspondence, 1989-2000, n.d.


Box 914
Program, 1994-2000


Box 914
Dubuque



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 914
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 914
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 914
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 914
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994, 1996


Box 914
Correspondence, 1992-2000


Box 914
Fort Dodge



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 914
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 914
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 914
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 914
Board of Directors, 1996-2000, n.d.


Box 914
Constitution/Basic documents, 1959-2000


Box 914
Correspondence, 1992-2000, n.d.


Box 914
Program, 1998-99, n.d.


Box 914
Marshalltown



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 915
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 915
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 1998


Box 915
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 915
Board of Directors, 1993-98


Box 915
Constitution/Basic documents, 1993-98


Box 915
Correspondence, 1992-2000


Box 915
Program, 1998-2000


Box 915
Muscatine



Accreditation requirements, 1990-96


Box 915
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-96


Box 915
Affiliation requirements, 1992-95


Box 915
Board of Directors, 1989-95


Box 915
Constitution/Basic documents, 1952-95


Box 915
Correspondence, 1981-97, n.d.


Box 915
Program, 1989-95, n.d.


Box 915
Oskaloosa



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 915
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-97


Box 915
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 915
Constitution/Basic documents, 1998


Box 915
Correspondence, 1992-99, n.d.


Box 915
Ottumwa



Accreditation requirements, 1990-97


Box 915
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-96


Box 915
Affiliation requirements, 1998


Box 915
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996-98


Box 915
Correspondence, 1992-99


Box 915
Washington



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 915
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 915
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 915
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 915
Board of Directors, 1994-99


Box 915
Constitution/Basic documents, 1978-96


Box 915
Correspondence, 1985-2001


Box 915
Program, 1986-96, n.d.


Box 915
Kansas



General, 1984-87


Box 915
Registered Groups, 1987-91


Box 915
Cunningham (Adult Advisory Group), 1993-95


Box 915
Holton, 1989


Box 915
Independence, 1981-89


Box 915
Jewell (Adult Advisory Group), 1993-95


Box 915
Kansas City



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 915
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 915
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 915
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 915
Board of Directors, 1994-95


Box 915
Constitution/Basic documents, 1989-96


Box 915
Correspondence, 1987-2001


Box 915
Legal, 1989


Box 915
Program, 1993-2001, n.d.


Box 915
Leavenworth



Constitution/Basic documents, 1975-78, 1989


Box 916
Correspondence, 1975-96, n.d.


Box 916
Personnel confidential, 1983-90


Box 916
Program, 1986-93


Box 916
Salina



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 916
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 916
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 916
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 916
Constitution/Basic documents, 1998


Box 916
Correspondence, 1989-2001


Box 916
Program, 1990-99


Box 916
Stafford, 1995


Box 916
Topeka



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 916
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 916
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 916
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 916
Constitution/Basic documents, 1986, 1996, n.d.


Box 916
Correspondence, 1986-2001


Box 916
Program, 1992-2000


Box 916
Valley Falls (Adult Advisory Group), 1989-2001


Box 916
Wichita



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 916
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 916
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 916
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 916
Board of Directors, 1994-96, n.d.


Box 916
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994-99


Box 916
Correspondence, 1990-2001


Box 916
Program, 1994-98, n.d.


Box 916
Kentucky



Ashland



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 916
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 916
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1995, 1997


Box 916
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 916
Constitution/Basic documents, 1978, 1994


Box 916
Correspondence, 1985-2002, n.d.


Box 916
Lexington



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 916
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 916
Affiliation requirements, 1995, n.d.


Box 916
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 916
Board of Directors, 1996-97


Box 916
Constitution/Basic documents, 1950-95


Box 916
Correspondence, 1988-2001, n.d.


Box 916
Program, 1992-2000, n.d.


Box 916
Louisville and Jefferson County, 1987


Box 917
Louisiana



Alexandria-Pineville



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 917
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 917
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1998.


Box 917
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 917
Constitution/Basic documents, 1974, 1996


Box 917
Correspondence, 1988-98, n.d.


Box 917
Baton Rouge



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 917
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1995-99


Box 917
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 917
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 917
Constitution/Basic documents, 1947-96


Box 917
Correspondence, 1950-68, 1992-98


Box 917
Historical, 1967


Box 917
Program, 1983-97


Box 917
Bayou Area/Bayou Parishes (Houma)



Board of Directors, 1990-91


Box 917
Constitution/Basic documents, 1985


Box 917
Correspondence, 1984-93


Box 917
Program, 1985-91, n.d.


Box 917
Bogalusa



Accreditation requirements, 1992-99


Box 917
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1995-99


Box 917
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 917
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 917
Constitution/Basic documents, 1975, 1995, n.d.


Box 917
Correspondence, 1992-97, n.d.


Box 917
New Orleans



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 917
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-2000


Box 917
Affiliation requirements, 1996-98


Box 917
Constitution/Basic documents, 1997, 1999


Box 917
Correspondence, 1992-2002, n.d.


Box 917
Program, 1995-96


Box 917
Northeast Louisiana/Monroe



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 917
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 917
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 917
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 917
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995


Box 917
Correspondence, 1979-99


Box 917
Northwest Louisiana (Shreveport)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 917
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-97


Box 917
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 917
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 917
Constitution/Basic documents, 1953, 1994-97


Box 917
Correspondence, 1978-99, n.d.


Box 917
Program, 1996-97, n.d.


Box 917
Maine



Bangor-Brewer



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 918
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 918
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 918
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 918
Constitution/Basic documents, 1979, 1995


Box 918
Correspondence, 1978-2000, n.d.


Box 918
Program, 1970-2001, n.d.


Box 918
Central Maine/Lewiston-Auburn (Lewiston)



Accreditation requirements, 1990-98


Box 918
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1996-97


Box 918
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 918
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 918
Constitution/Basic documents, 1931, 1979, 1998


Box 918
Correspondence, 1981-2000


Box 918
Program, 1979-91


Box 918
Mount Desert Island (Bar Harbor)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 918
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 918
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 918
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 918
Constitution/Basic documents, 1993, 1998


Box 918
Correspondence, 1983-2000


Box 918
Program, 1995, 1997, n.d.


Box 918
Portland, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 918
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-97


Box 918
Action Audit, 1977-80


Box 918
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 918
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 918
Constitution/Basic documents, 1996, 1998


Box 918
Correspondence, 1983-2001


Box 918
Program, 1995, 1998, n.d.


Box 918
York County (Saco)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-95


Box 918
Constitution/Basic documents, 1967-85


Box 918
Correspondence, 1991-99


Box 918
Program, 1982-85


Box 918
Maryland



Annapolis and Anne Arundel County



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 918
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 918
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 918
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 918
Board of Directors, 1985-96, n.d.


Box 918
Constitution/Basic documents, 1966, 1994-95


Box 918
Correspondence, 1984-2000, n.d.


Box 918
Program, 1993-97, n.d.


Box 918
Baltimore, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 919
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 919
Affiliation requirements, 1995-98


Box 919
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 919
Constitution/Basic documents, 1978-95


Box 919
Correspondence, 1979-2001


Box 919
Legal: Kokkenen v. YWCA of Greater Baltimore, 1988-90


Box 919
Program, 1967-99, n.d.


Box 919
Massachusetts



Boston



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 919
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-98


Box 919
Affiliation requirements, 1990, 1995, 1998


Box 919
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 919
Board of Directors, 1995-98


Box 919
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995


Box 919
Correspondence, 1982, 1992-2001


Box 919
Program, 1994-2001, n.d.


Box 919
Redevelopment Study, 1986


Box 919
Cambridge



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 919
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-98


Box 919
Affiliation requirements, 1997-98


Box 919
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 919
Board of Directors, 1995-98


Box 919
Constitution/Basic documents, 1987, 1996-97


Box 919
Correspondence, 1987-99


Box 919
Program, 1990-2002, n.d.


Box 919
Central Massachusetts/Worcester



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 919
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-99


Box 919
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 919
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 919
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994, 1996


Box 919
Correspondence, 1991-2001


Box 919
Personnel Confidential, 1997-98


Box 919
Program, 1994-97, n.d.


Box 919
Haverhill



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 920
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 920
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 920
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 920
Constitution/Basic documents, 1993-97


Box 920
Correspondence, 1984-2000, n.d.


Box 920
Lawrence, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 920
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-99


Box 920
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 920
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 920
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995-96


Box 920
Correspondence, 1987-2001


Box 920
Program, 1994-2001


Box 920
Lowell, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 920
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-97


Box 920
Association Review, 1985-88


Box 920
Affiliation requirements, 1996, 1998


Box 920
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 920
Board of Directors, 1997-98


Box 920
Constitution/Basic documents, 1993-97


Box 920
Correspondence, 1990-2000


Box 920
Program, 1991-93


Box 920
Malden



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 920
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 920
Association Review, 1985-88


Box 920
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 920
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 920
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994-95


Box 920
Correspondence, 1991-2000


Box 920
Program, 1991


Box 920
Newburyport



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 920
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 920
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 920
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 920
Board of Directors, 1994-96


Box 920
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994-97


Box 920
Correspondence, 1989-99, n.d.


Box 920
Program, 1983-98, n.d.


Box 920
Northeast/North Shore (???), 1997


Box 920
Southeastern Massachusetts/New Bedford (New Bedford)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 920
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 920
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 920
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994-99


Box 920
Correspondence, 1987-98


Box 920
Program, 1986-98, n.d.


Box 920
Western Massachusetts (Springfield)


Box 921
Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 921
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-98


Box 921
Affiliation requirements, 1996-97


Box 921
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 921
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994, 1996


Box 921
Correspondence, 1993-2001


Box 921
Program, 1993-97


Box 921
Retirement plan, 1976-98


Box 921
Michigan



Bay County/Bay City (Bay City)



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 921
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 921
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1998


Box 921
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 921
Constitution/Basic documents, 1966-95


Box 921
Correspondence, 1983-2000, n.d.


Box 921
Program, 1996-98, n.d.


Box 921
Berrien County/Southwestern Michigan/St. Joseph-Benton Harbor (St. Joseph)



Accreditation requirements, 1990-97


Box 921
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1995-96


Box 921
Affiliation requirements, 1993


Box 921
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 921
Board of Directors, 1987-93, n.d.


Box 921
Constitution/Basic documents, 1975-95, n.d.


Box 921
Correspondence, 1974-97


Box 921
Development study, 1988


Box 921
Marketing plan, 1987


Box 921
Program, 1987-92, n.d.


Box 921
Study of YWCA commissioned by Blossomland United Way, 1986


Box 921
Detroit, Metropolitan



Accreditation requirements, 1991-98


Box 921
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 921
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 921
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 921
Constitution/Basic documents, 1994, 1996


Box 921
Correspondence, 1985-2001


Box 921
Program, 1989-97, n.d.


Box 921
Flint, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 921
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 921
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 921
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 921
Constitution/Basic documents, 1938-98


Box 921
Correspondence, 1983-2000


Box 922
Program, 1990-94, n.d.


Box 922
Grand Rapids



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 922
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 922
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 922
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 922
Constitution/Basic documents, 1974-98, n.d.


Box 922
Correspondence, 1982-99


Box 922
Program, 1988-98, n.d.


Box 922
Kalamazoo



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 922
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 922
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 922
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 922
Board of Directors, 1991-96


Box 922
Constitution/Basic documents, 1995


Box 922
Correspondence, 1994-2001


Box 922
Program, 1980-96, n.d.


Box 922
Lansing, Greater



Accreditation requirements, 1990-97


Box 922
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 922
Affiliation requirements, 1997


Box 922
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 922
Constitution/Basic documents, 1974-97


Box 922
Correspondence, 1991-2000


Box 922
Program, 1989-97, n.d.


Box 922
Pontiac-North Oakland/Pontiac



Accreditation requirements, 1991-96


Box 922
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-96


Box 922
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 922
Constitution/Basic documents, 1977, 1984, n.d.


Box 922
Correspondence, 1977-99


Box 922
Shiawassee County (Owosso)



Accreditation requirements, 1991-95


Box 922
Constitution/Basic documents, 1992-93


Box 922
Correspondence, 1996-98


Box 922
Wayne County, Western/Dearborn Area



Accreditation requirements, 1991-97


Box 922
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-97


Box 922
Affiliation requirements, 1995, 1997


Box 922
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 922
Constitution/Basic documents, 1955-95


Box 922
Correspondence, 1963, 1992-98


Box 922
Program, 1986, n.d.


Box 922
Minnesota



Duluth



Accreditation requirements



1990-94


Box 922
1995-99


Box 923
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-99


Box 923
Affiliation requirements, 1995


Box 923
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 923
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 923
Constitution/Basic documents, 1976-98


Box 923
Correspondence, 1990-99


Box 923
Program, 1982-98, n.d.


Box 923
Mankato



Accreditation requirements, 1991-99


Box 923
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1992-99


Box 923
Affiliation requirements, 1997


Box 923
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 923
Constitution/Basic documents, 1956, 1997-98


Box 923
Correspondence, 1987-2001, n.d.


Box 923
Program, n.d.


Box 923
Minneapolis



Accreditation requirements, 1990-99


Box 923
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1997-98, n.d.


Box 923
Affiliation requirements, 1993, 1995


Box 923
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 923
Board of Directors, 1995-98


Box 923
Constitution/Basic documents, 1959-98


Box 923
Correspondence, 1988-2000, n.d.


Box 923
Program, 1973-2000, n.d.


Box 923
St. Paul



Accreditation requirements, 1988-99


Box 923
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1994-99


Box 923
Affiliation requirements, 1996


Box 923
Annual Statistical Report Form, 2000


Box 923
Board of Directors, 1996-97


Box 923
Constitution/Basic documents, 1958-97


Box 923
Correspondence, 1987-99


Box 923
Membership analysis and marketing survey, 1981


Box 923
Program, 1980-2001


Box 923
Winona



Accreditation requirements, 1990-98


Box 923
Accreditation: personnel confidential, 1991-98


Box 923
Affiliation requirements, 1997


Box 923
Board of Directors, 1996-98


Box 923
Constitution/Basic documents, 1975-98


Box 923
Correspondence, 1984-2001, n.d.


Box 923
Mississippi



Jackson (see also General and Mississippi District)


Box 923
Constitution/Basic documents, 1977-78, n.d.


Box 924
Correspondence, 1964, 1979-93, n.d.


Box 924
Personnel, confidential, 1988


Box 924
Program, 1976-91, n.d.