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YMCA PAMPHLET COLLECTION:
An Inventory


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Historical Sketch | Contents Summary/Organization | Administrative/Access Info | Contents Details | Indexed Terms/Access Points


OVERVIEW OF THE COLLECTION

Creator: Kautz Family YMCA Archives, compiler.
Title: YMCA pamphlet collection
Date: 1808-2003 (bulk 1870s-1980s)
Collection Number: Y.USA.52
Abstract: Pamphlets on a wide variety of subject matters published or collected by the YMCA.
Quantity: 14 cubic feet (approximately 2100 pamphlets).
Location: See Detailed Description section for box listing.


HISTORY OF THE YMCA OF THE USA

The first YMCA to be established in the United States was in Boston in 1851, six years after the organization was founded in London by George Williams. Like Williams, many Americans recognized challenges and hazards created by the migration of men from the countryside to the city with the rise of the industrial revolution, and the movement quickly spread. With the onset of the Civil War, the expansion of the movement was reversed, temporarily, with many of the members leaving to join the fighting. With the backing of President Lincoln, fifteen of the northern Associations formed the U.S. Christian Commission to assist troops and prisoners of war. It marked the beginning of a commitment to working with soldiers and sailors that continues to this day through the Armed Services YMCAs.

Only 59 YMCAs were left by war's end, but a rapid rebuilding followed, and four years later there were 600 more. The focus was on saving souls, with saloon and street corner preaching, lists of Christian boarding houses, lectures, libraries and meeting halls, most of them in rented quarters. But seeds of future change were there. In 1866, the influential New York YMCA adopted a fourfold purpose: “The improvement of the spiritual, mental, social and physical condition of young men.” Activities soon expanded beyond the Bible study, lectures, and reading rooms of the earliest days to include broader educational programs, physical training, and social services. Gyms and swimming pools came in at that time, too, along with big auditoriums and bowling alleys. Hotel-like rooms with bathrooms down the hall, called dormitories or residences, were designed into every new YMCA building, and would continue to be until the late 1950s. Income from rented rooms was a great source of funds for YMCA activities of all kinds. Residences would make a major financial contribution to the movement for the next century. YMCAs took up boys work and organized summer camps. They set up exercise drills in classes. YMCAs organized college students for social action, literally invented the games of basketball and volleyball and served the special needs of railroad men who had no place to stay when the train reached the end of the line. By the 1890s, the fourfold purpose was transformed into the triangle of spirit, mind and body.

Through the influence of nationally known lay evangelists Dwight L. Moody (1837- 1899) and John R. Mott (1865-1955), who dominated the movement in the last half of the 19th and first half of the 20th centuries respectively, the American YMCAs sent workers by the thousands overseas, both as missionary-like YMCA secretaries and as war workers. The first foreign work secretaries, as they were called, reflected the huge missionary outreach by Christian churches near the turn of the century. But instead of churches, they organized YMCAs that eventually were placed under local control. Both Moody and Mott served for lengthy periods as paid professional staff members of the YMCA movement. Both maintained lifelong connections with it.

When the United States entered World War I in April 1917, Mott, on his own, involved the YMCA movement in running the military canteens, called post exchanges today, in the United States and France. YMCAs led fundraising campaigns that raised $235 million for those YMCA operations and other wartime causes, and hired 25,926 Y workers -- 5,145 of them women -- to run the canteens. It also took on war relief for both refugees and prisoners of war on both sides, and worked to ease the path of African American soldiers returning to the segregated South. Y secretaries from China supervised the Chinese laborers brought to Europe to unload ships, dig trenches and clear the battlefields after the war. Funds left over from war work helped in the 1920s to spur a Y building boom, outreach to small towns and counties, work with returning black troops and blossoming of YMCA trade schools and colleges.

Forced to re-evaluate themselves by hard times and by pressure from militant student YMCAs, the Depression era YMCA became aware of social problems as never before and accelerated partnerships with other social welfare agencies. Programs and mission were reviewed as well. Some results were joint community projects, renewed emphasis on group work and more work through organized classes and lectures. YMCAs were forced to prove to their communities that both character-building agencies and welfare agencies were needed, especially in times of stress. Exercise and educational classes remained popular, along with vocational training and camping. Programs like the Leisure Time League in Minneapolis were created with the aim to “unite unemployed young men who desire to maintain their physical and mental vigor and wish to train themselves for greater usefulness and service to themselves and the community." The idea spread widely and YMCAs discovered they could survive handily if they served a large number of people and had low building payments.

During World War II, the National Council of YMCAs (now the YMCA of the USA) joined with YMCAs around the world to assist prisoners of war in 36 nations. It also helped form the United Service Organization (USO), which ran drop-in centers for servicepeople and sent performers abroad to entertain the troops. YMCAs worked with displaced persons and refugees as well, and sent both workers and money abroad after the war to help rebuild damaged YMCA buildings.

After more than two decades of study and trial YMCA youth secretaries in 1944 agreed to put a national seal of approval on what was already widespread in the movement to focus their energies on four programs that involved work in small groups. They became known as the “four fronts” or “four platforms” of Youth Work: a father-son program called Y-Indian Guides, and three boys' clubs -- Gra-Y for those in grade school, Junior Hi-Y and Hi-Y. (There would eventually be all-female and coed models as well.)

At the close of the war, YMCAs had changed. Sixty-two percent were admitting women, and other barriers began to fall one after the other, with families the new emphasis, and all races and religions included at all levels of the organization. The rapidly expanding suburbs drew the YMCAs with them, sometimes abandoning the old residences and downtown buildings that no longer were efficient or necessary.

The Vietnam War era ushered in a period rocked by turmoil that included the Vietnam War, the forced resignation of a U.S. president, the outbreak of widespread drug abuse among the middle class, assassination of major political leaders, and a loss of confidence in institutions. Long schooled in conciliation, Y people found themselves being confronted aggressively both at home and abroad. It was particularly hard to deal with and discouraging. Beginning in 1970 the fraternal secretaries serving YMCAs overseas were being called home. Some buildings in U.S. cities were shuttered and residences dosed for lack of clientele and insufficient funds for proper maintenance. Y leaders were urged to become more businesslike in both their appearance and their operations, a topic raised by Y boards since the 1920s.

After 1975, the old physical programming featured by YMCAs for a century began to perk up as interest in healthy lifestyles increased nationwide. By 1980, pressure for up-to-date buildings and equipment brought on a boom in construction that lasted through the decade. Child care for working parents, an extension of what YMCAs had done informally for years, came with a rush in 1983 and quickly joined health and fitness, camping and residences as a major source of YMCA income.

During the 1980s and 90s, the ideas of “values clarification” were slowly replaced by ideas of “character.” The YMCA movement had been involved in character development from the beginning, but in an implicit and practical focus rather than an explicit one. (George Williams stated this perfectly in his response to how he would respond to a young man who said that he had lost his belief in Jesus, by saying that his first act would be to see that the young man had dinner.) The YMCA movement studied the issue and emerged with four “core values” -- caring, honesty, respect and responsibility -- and promptly began to incorporate these in all programming in an explicit and conscious way.

During the 90s, a tremendous change occurred in the field of youth development. Emphasis shifted from a "deficit model," which focused on identifying what went wrong with the youth who got into trouble and correcting it, to an "assets model," which focused on healthy development and prevention of problems. The YMCA of the USA collaborated with Search Institute on studying this issue in depth and coming up with practical results. In July 2004 before a U.S. Senate hearing, Y-USA launched Activate America and the Healthy Community work, beginning a partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In the 21st century the Y remains a leading social service nonprofit. In 2010 it launched a major rebranding effort to highlight its renewed focus on promoting youth development, social responsibility, and healthy living in the communities it serves.

(Historical information taken from the YMCA of the USA's "A Brief History of the YMCA Movement" and the YMCA of the USA web site)



SCOPE AND CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION

Pamphlets and booklets published or collected by the YMCA of the USA. Reflecting the broad and evolving nature of YMCA programs and activities over the years, the material represents a wide variety of topics. Religious topics are a major focus, including Bible study, sermons, and all manner of spiritual advice and guidance. Other major subjects include physical training (especially basketball and aquatics), war work, railroad work, international work, and various topics in YMCA administration. A significant amount of material relates to youth work, including programs like camping as well as as issues around juvenile delinquency. There are also many pamphlets on "social hygiene" and sex education. Also included are reports of various programs and related organizations.



ORGANIZATION/ARRANGEMENT OF THE RECORDS

The organization of this material reflects the order in which the pamphlets were received and added to the collection. Some, especially at the beginning, are arranged chronologically; many of the rest are arranged in two or more alphabetical sequences of topical headings. Others are in no particular order.


ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

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Processing Information:
Processed by: Lara Friedman-Shedlov, May 2011.
Catalog Record ID number: 6256766


DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION

The following section contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection. To request materials, please note the corresponding box number.

Addresses 1852:
An Address Delivered Before the Boston Young Men's Christian Association, on the occasion of their first anniversary, in Park Street Church, Boston, Tuesday Evening, May 25, 1852. By Chas. Theo. Russell.1852. [Box 1]
Addresses 1855:
Discourse Before the Young Men's Christian Association of Richmond, on The Ethics of Christianity. By W. M. C. Rives. Delivered the 7th Day of December 1855. 1855. [Box 1]
Addresses 1859:
New-Year's Address Delivered before Boston Young MenMen'ss Christian Association in the Old South Church, Sabbath Evening, January 2, 1859. By Rev. J. M. Manning. 1859. [Box 1]
Addresses 1866:
A Discourse Delivered Sabbath Evening, Nov. 4, 1866, Before the Young Men's Christian Union of Burlington. By Rev. Eldridge Mix.1866. [Box 1]
A Sermon Delivered Before the Young Men's Christian Association of Cincinnati. By Rev. Wayland Hoyt. 1866. [Box 1]
An Address By Verranus Morse, M.D. 1866. [Box 1]
Addresses 1867:
A Young Man's Mission. A Sermon Preached Before the Young Men's Christian Association, of San Francisco, in Calvary Church, Sabbath Evening, Feb. 17, 1867. By Rev. Chas. Wadsworth. 1867. [Box 1]
Addresses 1872:
Address-Richard C. Morse. Word Conference. Amsterdam, Aug 1872. 1872. [Box 1]
Addresses 1874:
The Social Science Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. undated. [Box 1]
A Lecture on the Protestant Faith. By Dwight H. Olmstead. 1874. [Box 1]
Addresses 1875:
An Address Delivered in the Chapel of the University of Virginia, On Sunday Night, January 31st, 1875, Before the Young Men's Christian Association. By Rev. Randolph H. McKim. 1875. [Box 1]
Addresses 1876:
Address by Mr. R. R. McBurney, of New York, Delivered at the opening of the New York State Convention, of Young Men's Christian Associations, Rome, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1876. 1876. [Box 1]
Addresses 1878:
Address of Rev. Joseph Cook, Before the Young Men's Christian Associations of Massachusetts, At Natick, October 11, 1877.1878. [Box 1]
Addresses 1880:
My Religious Belief. By W. E. Benham. 1880. [Box 1]
Why Should We Have A Young Man's Christian Association In Our Town? By T. G. Darling. 1880. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Precious Reminiscences. Baltimore, MD., May 21-25, 1879. 1880. 3 copies. [Box 1]
Addresses 1881:
An Interesting Evening's Discussion. 1881. 4 copies. [Box 1]
Young Men's Christian Association. Railroad Session of the Cleveland Convention, May 26th. 1881. 1881. [Box 1]
Advantages of the Study of the Bible By Books, With Illustrations. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Methods of Financial Management Employed by the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. A Paper read before the ninth conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of All Lands, Exeter Hall, London, July 30 - August 6, 1881. By Erskine. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Addresses 1882:
Has a Railroad Official the Right to Use the Funds of the Railroad Company to Aid the Young Men's Christian Association in its Work for Railroad Men? By W. R. Davenport. 1882. [Box 1]
Advantages of Association Work in Colleges. A paper by C. K. Ober. Read before the Sixteenth Annual Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Massachusetts, at Spencer, October 13, 1881.1882. [Box 1]
The Association Bible Class; How Organized, And How Taught. By Robert A. Orr. An Address delivered before the fifteenth annual meeting of the association of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Ohio, Held at Toledo, February 9-12, 1882. 1882. [Box 1]
An Address delivered at The First Church of Christ, Hartford, Nov. 12, 1882. By George Leon Walker. 1882. [Box 1]
The Young Men's Christian Association: Its Mission and Usefulness. From an Address by Rev. Frank L. Wilson, at the Sixteenth Anniversary of The Y.M.C.A. of Hudson, N.Y. June 4, 1882. 1882. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Addresses 1883:
The Call and the Qualifications. Christian Work Among Young Men. When and How To Do It. By E. Corwin. 1883. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Qualifications of Heart and Life. Needed in Work for Young Men. 1883. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Addresses 1884:
What is Being Done For the Young Men of New York. An Address by Hon. Chauncey M. Depew. [1884]. [Box 1]
Addresses 1885:
Is the Bible Adapted to the Young Men of to-day? An Address by The Rev. Maurice S. Baldwin. 1885. [Box 1]
The Work of the Holy Spirit, An Address by the Rev. Maurice S. Baldwin. 1885. 3 copies. [Box 1]
Addresses 1887:
Address of Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, At the Grand Central Depot, January 4th, 1887. 1887. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Addresses 1889:
The Young Men's Christian Association. Its Past. Its Present. Its Future. 1889. [Box 1]
The Rise of Christian Associations. An Address by Rev. William R. Taylor. 1889. [Box 1]
An Address. Young Men's Christian Associations. What Is There Work, and How Shall They Perform It? By Rev. Henry C. Potter.[1889?]. [Box 1]
Addresses 1891:
Snares in the Path of the Young Men of To-Day -- Doubt, Licentiousness, Intemperance, Gambling, Haste to be Rich: An Address by Charles S. Holt. 1891. [Box 1]
Addresses 1892:
Suggestions As To the Summer Work of the Association. Physical, Social, Spiritual. [1892-93?]. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Addresses 1893:
The Opportunities of the Young Men's Christian Associations in the Promotion of Bible Study. An Address by Prof. W. W. White, at the International Convention of Young Men's Christian Associations, Indianapolis, Ind., May 10-14, 1893. 1893. [Box 1]
Testimonies to the Value of the Work of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. Given at the International Convention, Indianapolis, Ind., May 10-14, 1893. 1893. [Box 1]
How Can the State and Provincial Work be made Most Effective -- Warnings and Encouragements. Addresses by T. S. McPheeters and others, at the International Convention of Young Men's Christian Associations, Indianapolis, Ind., May 10-14, 1893. 1893. [Box 1]
Addresses 1894:
The First Fifty Years of the Young Men's Christian Associations: History and Prophecy. An Address by Walter C. Douglas, at the Ohio State Convention, February, 1894. 1894. [Box 1]
Addresses 1895:
Supervision and Extension -- Field Work of the International Committee. Addresses of Prof. J. R. Dobyns, Thomas Cochran and Cecil L. Gates at the Springfield Convention, May, 1895. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Papers 1873:
Young Men's Christian Associations. A Paper read before the Sixth General Conference of the Evangelical Alliance, Held in the City of New York, October 2-12, 1873. By Cephas Brainerd. 1873. 4 copies. [Box 1]
Papers 1878:
Biblical Studies, in the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and British Provinces. A Paper read before the Eighth Conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of All Lands, In Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. 14-19, 1878. By Robert A. 1878. 4 copies. [Box 1]
Les Etudes Bibliques. Dans les unions chretiennes de jeunes gens des etats-unis et du Canada. Etude Presentee A La VIIIeme Conference Des unions Chretiennes De Tous Les Pays, En Session A Geneve Du 14 au 20 Aout, 1878. Par M. Robert A. Orr. 1878. 4 copies. [Box 1]
Biblische Etudien in Den Christlichen Junglings-Vereinen. 1878. 3 copies. [Box 1]
Papers 1880:
Why Should We Have a Young Men's Christian Association In Our Town? By T. G. Darling. 1880. 3 copies. [Box 1]
The Present Condition of State and Provincial Organizations. A Paper read by S. A. Taggart, at the Baltimore Convention, may 24, 1879. 1879. [Box 1]
Papers 1881:
Duties and Responsibilities of Members of American Young Men's Christian Associations. A Paper Read before the Ninth Conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of All Lands, Exeter Hall, London, July 30-August 6, 1881. By William H. Morriss. 1881. 5 copies. [Box 1]
Advantages of Association Work in Colleges. A paper by C. K. Ober. Read before the Sixteenth Annual Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Massachusetts, at Spencer, October 13, 1881.1882. [Box 1]
Advantages of a Permanent Home for Young Men's Christian Association, with suggestions concerning How It Can Be Secured. A Paper by Rev. T. G. Darling. Read before the 15th Annual Meeting of the State Association of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Social and Intellectual Agencies Employed by the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. A paper read before the ninth conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of all lands, Exeter Hall, London, July 30-August 6, 1881. By Oliver C. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 1]
The Most Successful Methods employed by the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America to Reach Young Men of Various Classes? By James McConaughy. 1881. 5 copies. [Box 1]
Les Methodes les Plus Efficaces. Employees Par Les Unions Chretiennes Des Jeunes Gens De l'amerique Du Nord. Pour Atteindre Et Attirer Les Differentes Classes De Jeunes Gens. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Die erfolgreichsten Methoden, Deren sich die Christlichen Junglings-Vereine von Nord Umerita. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Papers 1883:
What the Community has a right to expect from the Young Men's Christian Association, and what the Young Men's Christian Association has a right to expect from the Community. A Paper by J. L. Houghteling. Read before the Twenty-Fifth International Convention. 1883. 4 copies. [Box 1]
What Advantages have Accrued to Work for Young Men as a Result of Securing Association Buildings? A Paper by E. S. Turner. 1883. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Papers 1884:
Points Which the American Young Men's Christian Associations Are Emphasizing In their Work. A Paper Prepared for the Tenth Conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of All Lands, Berlin, Germany, August 20-24, 1884. By James L Houghteling and C. 1884. 3 copies. [Box 1]
The American Young Men's Christian Associations, Their Forms of Organization, and the Progress of their work since 1884. A paper prepared by the International Committee for The Eleventh Conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of all lands, he. 1888. [Box 1]
Papers 1885:
How Can our Associations Better Adapt themselves to the needs of Young Men of All Classes? By Cleveland H. Dodge. 1885. 4 copies. [Box 1]
The Young Men of our Cities, and of what use the Young Men's Christian Association is to them. By Richard C. Morse. A Paper read before the Interdenominational Congress, held in Cincinnati, O., December 7-11, 1885. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 1]
College Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. The Opportunities in College Life for Making Religious Impressions Upon Young Men -- How Is the Young Men's Christian Association Improving them?1885. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1885. [Box 1]
The First Year's Experience in a New Association Building, A Paper read by Robert A. Orr. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Boys' Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. A Paper and a Discussion at the International convention of Young Men's Christian Associations, Atlanta, Ga., May 13-17, 1885. 1885. 5 copies. [Box 1]
The Railroad Work of the Young Men's Christian Association from a Business Standpoint. A Paper by Theodore Voorhees.1885. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Association Secretaries: Local, State and International -- Their relation to one another and the spirit which should actuate them. A Paper by H. Thane Miller. 1885. 1 copies. [Box 1]
The Kind of State Work Needed by our Associations, a Paper read by E. P. Platt. Read at the International Convention of Young Men's Christian Associations, Atlanta, Ga., May 13-17, 1885. 1885. [Box 1]
The Young Men of our Cities, and of what use the Young Men's Christian Association is to them; A paper read before the Interdenominational Congress Held at Cincinnati, Ohio, December 7-11, 1885.1885. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Papers 1886:
Relation of the Railroad Department to other Departments of the Young Men's Christian Association, and their Relations to it.1886. [Box 1]
Papers 1887:
Physical Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. A Paper and Discussion at the International Convention at San Francisco, Cal., May 11-15, 1887. 1887. 3 copies. [Box 1]
Papers 1888:
Principles Necessary To Success. In Association Work. A Paper by Rev. T. W. Raymond, Brownsville, Tenn. 1888. [Box 1]
The American Young Men's Christian Associations, Their Forms of Organization, and the Progress of their work since 1884. A paper prepared by the International Committee for The Eleventh Conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of all lands, he. 1888. [Box 1]
Papers 1889:
The Association Librarian and Library -- the Relation they should Sustain to the Young Men of the Association. A Paper by Prof. J. H. Gilmore. Read before the 28th International Convention of Young Men's Christian Associations, Philadelphia, May 8-12, 1889. 1889. [Box 1]
Approved Methods of State Work -- how made more Effective. A Paper by T. J. Gillespie. 1889. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Our New Gymnastics. A Paper By Luther Gulick.1889. 2 copies. [Box 1]
The Growth of Secular Agencies in our Work; Opportunities, Advantages, Dangers. A Paper by Thomas Cochran, Jr. 1889. 3 copies. [Box 1]
Papers 1891:
The General Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association. A paper prepared by Edwin F. See. 1891. [Box 1]
Der Generalsekretar des Christlichen Vereins Junger Manner. Referat von Edwin F. See. 1891. [Box 1]
Le Secretariat General De l 'Association chretienne de Jeunes Gens. Rapport Prepare Par Edwin F. See. 1891. [Box 1]
The Spiritual Life and Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations of America. A Paper Prepared by William D. Murray. 1891. [Box 1]
La Vie Spirituelle Et L'oeuvre Religieuse des Associations chretiennes de Jeunes Gens en Amerique. Brochure Redigee Par William D. Murray. 1891. [Box 1]
Geistliches Leben und Wirken der Christlichen Vereine Junger Manner Amerikas. Vortrag von William D. Murray. 1891. [Box 1]
Bible Study in the Associations. A Paper By W. K. Jennings. 1891. [Box 1]
Association Work in Foreign Mission Lands -- Opportunities, Responsibilities and Limitations. 1891. [Box 1]
The Correct Relation of the State Committee to the State Secretary and to the State Work. A Paper by Selden P. Spencer. Read at the 29th International Convention, Kansas City, Mo., May 6-10, 1891. 1891. [Box 1]
Papers 1892:
Educational Work in the Associations. A Paper read at the Convention of Young Men's Christian Associations of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, at Pittsfield, 21st October, 1892. By Cephas Brainerd. 1893. 2 copies. [Box 1]
The Young Men's Christian Association as a Missionary Agency. A Paper Presented to the Decennial Missionary Conference, Bombay, December 30th, 1892. By David McConaughy. 1892. [Box 1]
Papers 1893:
The Necessity of Thorough Training for the Secretaryship of the Young Men's Christian Association, and how this may be Secured. A Paper by L. H. Packard, at the International Convention, Indianapolis, Ind., May 10-14, 1893. 1893. [Box 1]
The Relation of the Individual Association to Work for Boys, and what the Work should be. A Paper by D. W. Corbett, at the International Convention, Indianapolis, Ind., May 10-14, 1893. 1893. [Box 1]
The Co-operation of Our Members in Extending Our Work outside of their own Local Fields. A Paper by Selden P. Spencer, and a Discussion, at the International Convention, Indianapolis, Ind., May 10-14, 1893. 1893. [Box 1]
What the State Committee, through its Physical Department Committee, can do for the Physical Departments of the Associations. A Paper by Dr. J. H. McCurdy, and a Discussion, at the International Convention, Indianapolis, Ind., May 10-14, 1893. 1893. [Box 1]
Business Methods in Association Management. 1893. [Box 1]
Papers 1894:
The Other Young Man: What Do We Owe Him? A Paper by F. S. Goodman, At the New York State Convention, February, 1894. 1894. [Box 1]
The Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations in North America. By Richard C. Morse. 1894. [Box 1]
Railroad Association Buildings: And How to Secure Them. A Paper by James S. Stackhouse, at the Seventh International Conference of the Railroad Department, New York City, March, 1894. 1894. [Box 1]
Papers 1895:
Why the Young Men's Christian Associations Should Make Much of the Bible. An Address by W. H. P. Faunce, at the International Convention, Springfield Mass., May, 1895. 1895. [Box 1]
The Relations of the Young Men's Christian Associations to the Social-Economic Questions of the Day. An Address by Prof. Graham Taylor at the International Convention, Springfield Mass., May, 1895. 1895. [Box 1]
Supervision and Extension -- Field Work of the International Committee. Addresses of Prof. J. R. Dobyns, Thomas Cochran and Cecil L. Gates at the Springfield Convention, May, 1895. 1895. [Box 1]
Encouragements and Dangers in the Development of State and Provincial Work. An Address by Dr. Lucien C. Warner, and Remarks by Russell Sturgis and T. J. Gillespie, at the Springfield Convention, May, 1895.1895. [Box 1]
Papers 1896:
State Work. By Richard C. Morse. A paper read at the New York State Convention, February, 1896. 1896. [Box 1]
Work for Boys. By Prof. E. T. Houston. Our Boys. By Carrie B. Chapman. [1896?]. [Box 1]
Eddy Pamphlets:
The Meaning of Suffering. By Sherwood Eddy. 1916. [Box 1]
The Meaning of Suffering. By Sherwood Eddy. 1919. [Box 1]
The Challenge of Russia. Abridged Student Edition. By Sherwood Eddy. 1931. [Box 1]
What Shall We Do About War? By Sherwood Eddy and Kirby Page. World Problem Series: No. 20. undated. [Box 1]
Entering Marriage. By Sherwood Eddy. undated. [Box 1]
Eddy & Page Pamphlets:
Creative Society. By John Macmurray. World Problem Series: No. 21. A Study of the Relation of Christianity to Communism.undated. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 7. The Abolition of War. The Case Against War and Questions and Answers Concerning War. By Sherwood Eddy and Kirby Page. 1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 11. Danger Zones of the Social Order. Facts concerning economic, international, racial, political and moral problems. By Sherwood Eddy and Kirby Page. 1926. [Box 1]
World Problems Series: No. 18. Mahatma Gandhi and His Significance. A Biographical Interpretation and an Analysis of the Political Situation in India. By Kirby Page. 1930. [Box 1]
World Problems Series: No. 20. National Defense. By Kirby Page. A Study of the Origins, Results and Prevention of War. 1931. [Box 1]
Series: Christianity and World Problems. NOS 1-14, 1923-1927:
Christianity and World Problems: No. 1. War, Its Causes, Consequences and Cure. By Kirby Page. 1923. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 2. Russia. A Warning and a Challenge. By Sherwood Eddy. 1923. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 3. France and the Peace of Europe. By Kirby Page. 1923. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 4. The League of Nations. Its Moral Basis. By Lord Robert Cecil. 1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 5. The Versailles Treaty and After. An Interpretation of Woodrow Wilson's Work at Paris. By Ray Stannard Baker. 1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 6. Youth and World Problems. By Sherwood Eddy. 1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 7. The Abolition of War. The Case Against War and Questions and Answers Concerning War. By Sherwood Eddy and Kirby Page. 1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 8. Christianity and the Race Problem. By J. H. Oldham. 1925. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 9. Imperialism and Nationalism. A Study of Conflict in the Near East and of the Territorial and Economic Expansion of the United States. By Kirby Page. 1925. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 10. An American Peace Policy. By Kirby Page. 1925. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 12. International Relations in the Light of the Religion of Jesus. By Kirby Page. 1926. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 13. The Present Crisis in our Relations with Mexico. By Amy Blanche Greene. 1927. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 14. Dollars and World Peace. A Consideration of Nationalism, Industrialism and Imperialism. By Kirby Page. 1927. [Box 1]
Series: Christianity and World Problems. NOS 15-17, 1928-1929:
Christianity and World Problems: No. 15. The Monroe Doctrine and World Peace. An analysis of the replies from 301 leaders of public opinion to eight questions concerning the meaning and significance of this famous doctrine. By Kirby Page. 1928. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 16. The Renunciation of War. An evaluation of the strength and weakness of the recent multilateral treaty renouncing war as an instrument of national policy; and a consideration of next steps in the foreign policy of it. 1928. [Box 1]
Christianity and World Problems: No. 17. Jesus or Christianity. A Study in Contrasts. By Kirby Page. 1929. [Box 1]
Series: Christianity and Industry. NOS 1-14, 1921-1931:
Christianity and Industry: One. Industrial Facts. Concrete Data Concerning Industrial Problems and Proposed Solutions. By Kirby Page. 1921. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Two. Collective Bargaining. An Ethical Evaluation of Some Phases of Trade Unionism and the Open Shop Movement. By Kirby Page. 1921. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Three. Fellowship. A Means of Building the Christian Social Order. By Basil Mathews and Harry Bisseker.1921. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Four. The Sword or the Cross. An Examination of War in the Light of Jesus’ Way of Life. By Kirby Page.1921. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Five. The United States Steel Corporation. An Analysis of the Social Consequences of Modern Business Policies. By Kirby Page. 1922. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Six. America. Its Problems and Perils. By Sherwood Eddy. 1922. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Seven. Incentives in Modern Life. Are the Motives of Jesus Practicable in Modern Business and Professional Life? By Kirby Page. 1922. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Eight. Industrial Unrest: A Way Out. By B. Seebohm Rowntree. 1922. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Nine. The Economic Order. What Is It? What Is It Worth? By John H. Gray. 1923. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Ten. Why Not Try Christianity? By Samuel Zane Batten. 1923. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: Eleven. The Denial of Civil Liberties in the Coal Fields. By Winthrop D. Lane. 1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and Industry: No. 12. Religion and Social Justice. By Sherwood Eddy. 1927. [Box 1]
Industry Series: No. 13. An Experiment in Industrial Democracy. The Results of Thirteen Years of Self-Government. By William P. Hapgood. undated. [Box 1]
Industry Series: No. 14. Property. An Exploration of the Idea that in the Paradox of Not Enough Private Property because there is Too Much Private Property May be Found the Key to Plenty for Everybody. By Kirby Page. undated. [Box 1]
Industry Series: No. 14. Toward A New Economic Society. A Program for Students. 1931. [Box 1]
Series: Christianity and Personal Problems. NOS 1-11, 1924-1928:
Christianity and Personal Problems: No. 1. Science and Religion. Evolution and the Bible. By Harry Emerson Fosdick and Sherwood Eddy.1924. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Christianity and Personal Problems: No. 2. The Modernist-Fundamentalist Controversy. By William Horace Day and Sherwood Eddy.1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and Personal Problems: No. 4. Jesus Christ. What Is His Significance? By Sherwood Eddy. 1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and Personal Problems: No. 5. The Faith of Honest Doubt. Practical Suggestions for Those Having Intellectual Difficulties Regarding the Christian Faith. By Sherwood Eddy. 1924. [Box 1]
Christianity and Personal Problems: No. 6. Selections From Records of the Life of Jesus. By Henry Burton Sharman. 1924. [Box 1]
Personal Problems Series: No. 7. What Religion Means To Me. 1929. [Box 1]
Personal Problems Series: No. 8. Am I Getting An Education? 1929. [Box 1]
Personal Problems Series: No. 9. Sex and Youth. By Sherwood Eddy. (Student Edition). 1929. 4 copies. [Box 1]
Personal Problems Series: No. 11. Dynamic Religion. A Personal Experience. undated. [Box 1]
The Luther Celebrations of 1917:
The Luther Celebrations of 1917. By Professor Stalker. 1917. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets. NOS. 5, 11-14, 16-20:
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Five. Teaching Economics with a Sense of The Infinite and The Urgent. By Patrick Murphy Malin.[1942?]. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Eleven. Proposals for Religion in Postwar Higher Education. By Clarence Prouty Shedd. 1945. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twelve. Spiritual Problems of the Teacher. By Ordway Tead. 1945. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Thirteen. The Contribution of Religion to Cultural Unity. By Reinhold Niebuhr. 1947. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Fourteen. Spiritual Origins of American Culture. By Ralph H. Gabriel. 1945. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Sixteen. Religion in the State University. By Clarence Prouty Shedd. 1946. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Seventeen. The Cultural Attache. By Howard Lee Nostrand. undated. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Eighteen. A Christian Context For Counseling. By Albert C. Outler. 1945. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty. The Prerequisite of Christian Education. By Gordon Keith Chalmers. [1945?]. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets. NOS. 21-24, 26-29:
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty-One. Man and Reality. Three Dimensions of Human Experience. By Robert Ulich. undated. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty-Two. Education For Character. A Neglected Objective. By Ordway Tead. 1949. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty-Three. Some Thoughts on University Education. By Sir Richard Livingstone. [1947?]. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty-Four. Religious Faith and World Unity. By Charles W. Iglehart. [1949?]. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty-Six. The Uses of A Liberal Education. By Brand Blanshard. 1951. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty-Seven. Religious Implications in the Humanities. By Douglas Knight. 1951. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty-Eight. Economic Means -- To What Ends? A Problem in the Teaching of Economics. By John M. Clark.1951. 2 copies. [Box 1]
The Hazen Pamphlets: Number Twenty-Nine. The Moral Implications of Loyalty To the United Nations. By Reinhold Niebuhr.1952. [Box 1]
Hazen Foundation 1925-1964:
The Edward W. Hazen Foundation. Activities 1925-1945.1946. [Box 1]
The Edward W. Hazen Foundation. 1925-1950. undated. [Box 1]
The Edward W. Hazen Foundation. 1951-1952. undated. [Box 1]
The Edward W. Hazen Foundation 1953-1954. undated. [Box 1]
The Edward W. Hazen Foundation 1955-1956. undated. [Box 1]
The Hazen Foundation. 1963 & 1964. undated. [Box 1]
The Edward W. Hazen Foundation and You. A Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Suggestion. undated. [Box 1]
Religious Perspectives in College Teaching. Circa 1952:
Religious Perspectives of College Teaching: In Political Science. By John. H. Hallowell. undated. 2 copies. [Box 1]
Religious Perspectives of College Teaching: In Experimental Psychology. By Robert B. MacLeod. undated. [Box 1]
Religious Perspectives of College Teaching: In the Preparation of Teachers. By Robert Ulich. undated. [Box 1]
Religious Perspectives of College Teaching: In Sociology and Social Psychology. By Talcott Parsons. undated. [Box 1]
Religious Perspectives of College Teaching: In History. By E. Harris Harbison. undated. [Box 1]
Religious Perspectives of College Teaching: In Biology. By Edward McCrady. undated. [Box 1]
Religious Perspectives of College Teaching: In Anthropology. By Dorothy D. Lee. undated. [Box 1]
Religious Perspectives In College Teaching. By George F. Thomas. undated. [Box 1]
Toward A New Humanism. 1975 or After:
Toward A New Humanism. By Paul J. Braisted. [after 1975]. [Box 1]
YMCA Ames: Social Adjustment Through the YMCA's 1927:
Social Adjustment Through the Young Men's Christian Associations. By Quincy J. Ames. 1927. 2 copies. [Box 2]
YMCA Hansen: College Deputations for Evangelistic Work 1921:
College Deputations for Evangelistic Work. By Fred M. Hansen. 1921. 2 copies. [Box 2]
YMCA Johnson: Simoken Club Events 1930:
Simoken Club Events: The Ten-Year Experience of a Neighborhood Group, By Robert A. Horrocks and Ernest S. Johnson. 1930. 2 copies. [Box 2]
YMCA Monographs Ames: Balanced Personality 1926:
Balanced Personality: The Goal of the Activities of the Young Men's Christian Associations. By Quincy J. Ames. 1926. 2 copies. [Box 2]
YMCA Monographs Ames: Evangelical Test 1925:
Evangelical Test: A Review of the History of an Important Policy of the Young Men's Christian Association of North America. By Quincy J. Ames. 1925. 2 copies. [Box 2]
YMCA Murray: Choice of a Life Work 1922:
The Choice of a Life Work. By J. Lovell Murray.1922. 2 copies. [Box 2]
YMCA Rosebush: Rethinking the Y.M.C.A. 1933:
Rethinking the Y.M.C.A. By Judson G. Rosebush.1933. 2 copies. [Box 2]
YMCA Tinker: Life Work 1922:
Life Work: A Statement of Principles, Methods, and Programs that may be helpful to Student Young Men's Christian Associations, in the conduct of their Life Work Guidance and Recruiting Service. 1922. 2 copies. [Box 2]
YMCA Press Pamphlets 1900-1907:
The Next Step. By Charles Edward Jefferson. 1909. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Round Table Discussion Outlines On Life Problems. A Young Man's Inquiry Into Christianity Problems of Personal Progress. By Walter M. Wood. 1907. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Men Who Dared. Studies in Old Testament Manhood. By Charles Trumbull. Student Edition. 1907. 2 copies. [Box 2]
The Teaching of Bible Classes Principles and Methods. By Edwin F. See. 1903. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Men of Steel. By Ward W. Adair. 1907. [Box 2]
Six Years of Association Progress 1900-1906.1907. [Box 2]
Young Men's Christian Association Press-Pamphlets 1910-1911:
The Training of Bible Teachers. By Clayton Sedgwick Cooper. 1910. [Box 2]
Maintaining Interest and Attendance in Bible Classes. By Clayton S. Cooper. 1911. [Box 2]
Student's Section. The Christian Race. By Harvey Leigh Smith. 1908. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets:
Code of Morals for Boys and Girls. By Professor William J. Hutchins of Oberlin College. undated. [Box 2]
Educational Courses Information Card.
Prize Code of Morals for Young Men and Women. By Professor William J. Hutchins of Oberlin College. undated. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1907-1909:
Bible Study for Personal Spiritual Growth. By John R. Mott. Reprinted from the British College Christian Union Series. Thirtieth Thousand. 1907. [Box 2]
Can the Modern Man Pray. By Frank T. Bayley.1908. [Box 2]
Can the Modern Man Pray. By Frank T. Bayley.1909. [Box 2]
Bible Study the Great Way into Life's Values. By Henry Churchill King. 1909. 2 copies. [Box 2]
The Story of Jesus by John Goodman and Knebel 1912:
The Story of Jesus by John. By Fred S. Goodman and A.G. Knebel. Personal studies for railroad men, soldiers, sailors and other men who cannot regularly attend Bible classes. No. 1-22. 1912. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1912-1914:
Studies in The Character of Jesus. A Bible Study Course for School Boys. By Richard R. Perkins. 1912. [Box 2]
After Decision -- What? A Personal Message To a Young Friend Who Has Just Openly Accepted Christ as His Leader. By Eugene C. Foster.1912. [Box 2]
Compelled Men. By Fred L. Pattee. 1913. [Box 2]
Conversations Of Christ. Part II. Suggestive Questions for Teachers of Evangelistic Bible Classes. Lessons XXVII. To LII. 1912. [Box 2]
The Call of the Country Parish. By Kenyon L. Butterfield. 1914. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1915:
Adventures in Faith. By C.K. Ober. 1915. [Box 2]
The Church At Work in the Universities. How to Organize Religious Work Among Students. By Thomas St. Clair Evans. 1915. [Box 2]
Unselfishness in Prayer. Being Chapter Ten of Harry Emerson Fosdick's "The Meaning of Prayer". 1915. [Box 2]
Temptation and How to Meet It. By G. Sherwood Eddy. 1915. [Box 2]
Jesus The Leader. A Bible Study Course for School Boys. By Frank O. Koehler. 1915. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1916:
Yours. 1916. [Box 2]
How to Establish a City Young Men's Christian Association with Modern Building and Equipment. 1916. [Box 2]
Unselfishness in Prayer. Being Chapter Ten of Harry Emerson Fosdick's "The Meaning of Prayer". 1916. 3 copies. [Box 2]
The Discipline of Prayer. 1916. 4 copies. [Box 2]
Doubt or Practical Suggestions for Those Having Intellectual Difficulties Regarding the Christian Faith. By Sherwood Eddy.1916. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Life and What to Life For. By Sherwood Eddy.1916. [Box 2]
Fellowship Papers. A More Excellent Way. By Rufus M. Jones. 1916. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1917:
Constructive Suggestions for Character-Building. By John R. Mott and G. Sherwood Eddy. 1917. [Box 2]
The Maker of Men. By G. Sherwood Eddy. 1917. [Box 2]
A Community That Grew From Within. By Frank H. T. Ritchie. 1917. [Box 2]
Worship. Address delivered at the Conference of Theological Seminaries at Auburn, N.Y., February 10, 1917. By William Adams Brown. 1917. 2 copies. [Box 2]
How To Know the Will of God. By Henry Drummond. (360th Thousand). [1917?]. [Box 2]
The Second Mile. By Harry Emerson Fosdick. 1917. [Box 2]
The Practice of the Presence of God. By Brother Lawrence. (250th Thousand). 1917. 2 copies. [Box 2]
United Intercession. By Robert P. Wilder. 1917. [Box 2]
How to Use the Morning Quiet Time. 1917. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1918:
Thirty Studies About Jesus. By Edward Increase Bosworth.1918. 4 copies. [Box 2]
Suggested Athletics for Army Camps. By A. E. Marriott.1918. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Jesus the Master. Reader's Edition. A Bible Study Course for School Boys. By Frank O. Koehler. 1918. [Box 2]
New Testament Ideals for the Present World Task. Daily Readings for 1919 Arranged for Bible Discussion Groups. 1918. [Box 2]
Out of the Fog. A Story of the Sea. By C. K. Ober.1918. [Box 2]
The Fight for Character. By President Henry Churchill King (275th Thousand). 1918. [Box 2]
The Student Young Men's Christian Association. The Comprehensiveness of the Evangelistic Aim. By J. H. Oldham. 1918. [Box 2]
The Student Young Men's Christian Association. The President of the Association. By W. D. Weatherford. 1918. [Box 2]
Foreign Missions and World Construction. By Rev. Arthur J. Brown. 1918. [Box 2]
The Secret Prayer Life. By John R. Mott. Reprinted from the British College Christian Union Series. (Tenth Edition). 1918. [Box 2]
How to Use the Morning Quiet Time. By Robert P. Wilder.1918. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1919:
The Practice of the Presence of God. By Brother Lawrence. (185th Thousand). 1917. [Box 2]
Secondary Schoolboys’ Christian Movement. The Local Work and Organization. The Hi-Y Club, What It Is, How to Start, Suggested Activities. By Arthur N. Cotton. High School Series, Bulletin No. 1.1919. [Box 2]
Secondary Schoolboys’ Christian Movement. The Inner Circle. A Small Dynamic Group. How to Form It, The First Meeting, Regular Meetings, The Activities. High School Series, Bulletin No. 3. 1919. [Box 2]
How Can I Find My Calling. By Charles W. Gilkey.1919. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Life Investment In America. The Challenge of Home Missions. By Charles Emerson Burton. 1919. 3 copies. [Box 2]
The Church's Challenge to Men. By William Adams Brown.1919. 3 copies. [Box 2]
Community Recreation. Mass Games. Social Games. Mass Athletics and Stunts Requiring no special equipment. Compiled by George O. Draper. 1919. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets. The New Age Series 1919-1920:
The New Age Series. The Use of Sunday. Why We Ought to Keep One Day For Rest and Worship. By Gaius Glenn Atkins. 1919. 2 copies. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. Christianizing the Social Order. By Charles D. Williams. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. Christian Principles and the New World Order. By Francis J. McConnell. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. The Naturalness of Prayer. By Harry Emerson Fosdick. 1919. 3 copies. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. Civic Duty of Soldierly Citizens. By Graham Taylor. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. The Biggest Thing in America. By Paul Moore Strayer. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. Christianity and War. By WM. Adams Brown. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. Bible Study: Why, and How. By William Pierson Merrill. 1920. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. The Contribution of the Home to Civilization. By Pres. Charles Franklin Thwing. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. Firm Faith in Divine Love. By William Pierson Merrill. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. A Man's Job. By Frank M. Sheldon.1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. The Value of Belief in God. By Eugene W. Lyman. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. What About the Church? By Charles Edward Jefferson. 1919. [Box 2]
The New Age Series. Spiritual Forces Will Decide the Future. By Shailer Mathews. 1919. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1920:
Training Classes for Christian Workers. By Robert Weidensall. 1920. 2 copies. [Box 2]
The Fitness of the Y.M.C.A. to Benefit all classes of Young Men. By Robert Weidensall. 1920. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Scriptural Outlines for Personal Workers. A Servant of Christ. Called to Be an Apostle. Separated Unto the Gospel of God. 1920. [Box 2]
Some Present-Day Points of Emphasis in Our Evangel. By George Irving. 1920. [Box 2]
The Man and the Job. By William Jessup Sholar. Lecture No. 8. To Accompany Part II, Book IV. The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course in Salesmanship. 1920. [Box 2]
Fields of Opportunity. By Harvey S. Haney. Lecture No. 7. To Accompany Part I, Book IV. The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course in Salesmanship. 1920. [Box 2]
Know Your Goods. By Edwin J. Gantz. Lecture No. 3. To Accompany Part I, Book II. The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course in Salesmanship. 1920. [Box 2]
The Thousand Most Used Words. By Fred C. Kelly and Leonard P. Ayres. Lecture No. 4. To Accompany Part II, Book II. The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course in Salesmanship. 1920. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1921:
The High Calling. By Edwin M. Hoffman. 1921. [Box 2]
A Campus Bible Study Campaign. Suggestions based on information gathered from Student Associations throughout the country.1921. [Box 2]
Project No. One. To Accompany Book I. The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course in Salesmanship. 1921. [Box 2]
The Seven Buyers I Have Met. By Ralph Barstow. Lecture No. 6. To Accompany Part II, Book III. The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course in Salesmanship. 1921. [Box 2]
The Keystone of Business. By Arthur H. Myer. Lecture No. 1. To Accompany Part I, Book I. The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course in Salesmanship. 1921. [Box 2]
Keeping Mentally Alive. By Joseph French Johnson. Lecture No 2. To Accompany Part II, Book I. The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course in Salesmanship. 1921. [Box 2]
The Science of Approach. By Wilson M. Taylor. Lecture No 5. To Accompany Part I, Book III The United Y.M.C.A. Schools Standard Course In Salesmanship. 1921. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1922:
Men Who Dared. Studies in Old Testament Manhood. By Charles Trumbull. Student Edition. 1922. [Box 2]
The Social Gospel and Personal Religion. Are They in Conflict? By F. Ernest Johnson. 1922. 4 copies. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets. 1915-1923:
Some Factors in Community Life which Challenge the Y.M.C.A. By Hedley S. Dimock. undated. [Box 2]
What Constitutes A Missionary Call. An Address Delivered at the Student Conferences. By Robert E. Speer. 1918. [Box 2]
Mission Studies for Older Boys. Twenty Lessons on Sherwood Eddy's "The New Era In Asia". By B. H. and A. M. Chesley. 1915. [Box 2]
The Why and How of Group Discussion. By Harrison Sacket Elliott. 1923. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1923:
Money Power. Studies of the Economic Factor in the Kingdom of God. 1923. [Box 2]
After Decision -- What? A Personal Message To a Young Friend Who Has Just Openly Accepted Christ as His Leader. By Eugene C. Foster.1923. [Box 2]
World Outlook Series. Course I. The Spirit of World Brotherhood. (for older boys) Boys Edition. 1923. [Box 2]
Jesus’ Measure of a Christian. By Arthur Rugh.1923. [Box 2]
Men Who Dared. Studies in Old Testament Manhood. By Charles Trumbull. Student Edition. 1923. [Box 2]
Faith For Our Generation. A Study Unit On Youth and Religion. By Karl W. Deutsch. 1943. 2 copies. [Box 2]
International Problems and the Christian Way of Life. A Syllabus of Questions for use by Forums and Discussion Classes. Preliminary Edition. 1923. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1924:
Spiritual Realization and Spiritual Renewal. By John R. Mott. 1924. 3 copies. [Box 2]
Boyhood the Greatest Asset of Any Nation. By John R. Mott. 1924. [Box 2]
A Co-Operative Technique for Conflict. Preliminary Edition. 1924. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1925:
Christian Fellowship Among the Nation. A Discussion Course for Young People and Adults. An Aid to Straight Thinking on our Greatest Problem. By Jerome Davis and Roy B. Chamberlin. 1925. [Box 2]
Address delivered by the Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdick D.D. at the Geneva Cathedral of St.-Pierre on September 13, 1925. 1925. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1926:
Choosing a Home Partner. By Newell W. Edson.1926. [Box 2]
Twelve Parable-Miracles of Answered Prayer. By Glenn Clark. 1926. [Box 2]
Creative Discussion. A Statement of Method for Leaders and Members of Discussion Groups. 1926. [Box 2]
Everyman's Guide to the Bible. By A. Bruce Curry.1926. 2 copies. [Box 2]
A Boy and His Girl Friends. By Clarence C. Robinson.1926. [Box 2]
Program Suggestions for Christian Citizenship.1926. [Box 2]
Eight Ways of Organizing Activity Programs. 1926. [Box 2]
Ten Studies in The Sermon on the Mount. Revised Edition.1926. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1927:
Ten Studies in The Sermon on the Mount. Revised Edition.1927. [Box 2]
The 19th Centenary of the Public Ministry of Jesus 1927-1930. The Proposal for its Observance. 1927. 3 copies. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1928:
Following Jesus After Nineteen Centuries. Report of a Conference held at The Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago October 22 and 23, 1927.1928. 2 copies. [Box 2]
Catalogues of Supplies. N.D., 1921-1924, 1940:
Program Supplies for Y.M.C.A.'s and Other Youth Groups. For the Club, Camp, Game Room, Gym, Playground, Pool, Office. [1940?]. [Box 2]
Overseas Photos. [1920?]. [Box 2]
Association Press. Supplies Section. undated. [Box 2]
Association Supplies Catalog 1921. Badges, Watch Fobs, Medals, Felt Emblems and other Service Material. 1921. [Box 2]
Catalog of Publications Fall-1921. 1921. [Box 2]
Catalog of Official Badges and other Association Supplies. A supplement to the Catalog of Publications. [1922-23?]. [Box 2]
Fall-1924. Catalog of Official Badges and Other Association Supplies. A Supplement to the Catalog of Publications. 1924. [Box 2]
Association Press Pamphlets 1929:
Efforts to Know Jesus. A Brief Interview of What Has Been Done Through the Years to Get at the True Story of Jesus and the Meaning of His Great Personality for Men. By R. L. Ewing. 1929. [Box 3]
What Do Modern Writers Say of Jesus? By R. L. Ewing.1929. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1930:
From Boy to Man. 1930. [Box 3]
If Worship Meant Something to Me. By Robert Seneca Smith. 1930. [Box 3]
Group Discussion In Religious Education. By Harrison Sacket Elliott. 1930. 3 copies. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1931:
Unemployment. A Discussion Outline. [1931?]. [Box 3]
Recent Trends in Character Education. By S. Wirt Wiley.1931. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1932:
The Bible When You Want It. Compiled by Lewis Gaston Leary. 1932. [Box 3]
Why Are There Rich and Poor. 1932. [Box 3]
Jesus Prophet of Galilee. Studies for A Day of Confusion. By Paul Moyer Limbert. 1932. 2 copies. [Box 3]
On the Road. Report of the Retreat-Conference held in the Statler Hotel, Buffalo, January 9 and 10, 1932, under the auspices of the Commission on Message and Purpose of the National Council of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the U.S.A. 1932. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1933-1934:
Experiences in Witnessing For Christ. By George Irving. 1933. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1933-1934:
Prayers for Self and Society. By James Myers.1934. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1933-1934:
Twenty Questions on The Economic Security of the People. A Study Outline. 1934. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1935:
Rich Man Poor Man. Pictures of a Paradox. 1935. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1936:
A Primer for Consumers. By Benson Y. Landis.1936. [Box 3]
Objectives of Group Work. 1936. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1937:
A Door of Opportunity. An American Adventure in Cooperation with Sharecroppers. By Sherwood Eddy. [1937?]. [Box 3]
Exploring Group Work. Four Study Outlines. 1937. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Price List of all Forms in Manual “Towards Better Records’. With suggestions for minimum orders. 1937. [Box 3]
Association Press. Look At the Ministry:
Look At the Ministry. By John Oliver Nelson Undated [After World War II]. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1938:
The Ten Commandments and the Teachings of Jesus. By Sidney A. Weston. 1938. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1939:
Creative Discussion. A Statement of Method for Leaders and Members of Discussion Groups and Conferences. By Alfred Dwight Sheffield. (Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged). 1939. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1940:
The Y.M.C.A. Of the Future. Four Forecasts. 1940. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1941:
Parties Plus. Let's Plan a Party. For All Occasions.1941. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1942-1943:
Youth Looks At Marriage. A Guide For the Study of Marriage and Family Life. By M’ledge Moffett. 1942. [Box 3]
Centennial Guide to YMCA Planning 1844-1944.1943. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1944:
George Williams as a Spiritual Force. By H. M. J. Klein.1944. 6 copies. [Box 3]
Uncharted Voyage. By Ruth Isabel Seabury. 1944. [Box 3]
Background for Brotherhood. By Kendall Weisiger.1944. 2 copies. [Box 3]
One Hundred Years and Here We Are. By James L. Ellenwood. 1944. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1945:
A Century of Christian Student Initiative. By Clarence P. Shedd. 1945. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Parents Co-Operate. The Role of Parents in YMCA Boys’ Work. 1945. [Box 3]
Personnel Concerns of the Y.M.C.A. Movement. Report of the Committee on Personnel Concerns of the Association of Secretaries. By James L. Bethune. 1945. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1946:
Y.M.C.A. Learn-To-Swim Campaign. A Manual of Information on Procedures. 1946. [Box 3]
Fair Employment Legislation In New York State. Its History, Development, and Suggested Use Elsewhere. 1946. [Box 3]
Special Delivery. By Douglas Monahan. 1946. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1947:
All of Us Have Troubles. By Harold Seashore.1947. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Counseling Young Adults. A Symposium. 1947. [Box 3]
The Y's Men's Manual. By Clement A. Duran. 1947. [Box 3]
Youth Together. At the National YMCA-YWCA Conference for High School Youth, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, June 20-26, 1947.1947. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1949:
Petting. Wise or Otherwise? By Edwin Leavitt Clarke.1949. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1949:
The Commission of the Association Press Committee.1949. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1950:
A Study of Religion in the Independent Schools. 1950. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Commission as Director of Association Press. Issued to L.K. Hall -- January 1, 1950. 1950. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1953:
The Unfolding Drama of the Bible. Eight Studies Introducing the Bible as a Whole. By Bernhard W. Anderson. 1953. [Box 3]
Association Press Pamphlets 1961:
An Approach to Informal Adult Education. A How-To-Do-It Booklet Designed as a Guide For Staff and Committee Planning. 1961. [Box 3]
Revisions and Suggestions Proposed For Informal Education in the YMCA.
Association Press Pamphlets 1970:
The Tales of Running Deer. By Douglas Monahan.1970. [Box 3]
London-Association Press Pamphlets 1893- :
The Morning Watch. By John R. Mott. (Sixty-fifth Thousand). 1893. [Box 3]
Conversations Of Christ. Outlined by Robert R. McBurney. Suggestive Questions for Teachers of Evangelistic Bible Classes. Lessons I. to XXVI. (fifth edition). 1901. [Box 3]
The Secret Prayer Life. By John R. Mott. Reprinted from the British College Christian Union Series. (Thirty-Sixth Thousand). 1912. [Box 3]
Constructive Suggestions for Character-Building. By John R. Mott and G. Sherwood Eddy. 1914. [Box 3]
Can Prayer Accomplish Anything Apart from the Man Who Prays? By Edward I. Bosworth. 1916. [Box 3]
British College Christian Union 1897:
The Secret Prayer Life. By John R. Mott. 1897. [Box 3]
Bible Study for Personal Spiritual Growth. An Address by John R. Mott. Reprinted from the British College Christian Union Series.1897. [Box 3]
Foreign Flashes:
A World Enterprise. 1929[?]. [Box 3]
Foreign Flashes: Some Things Miss Mayo Didn't See. The Y.M.C.A. World News. 1928. [Box 3]
"A Neglected Cause,""YMCA as a…", NS Historical Sketch, Installation of Officers:
The Young Men's Christian Association as a Missionary Agency: A Paper. By David McConaughty. [Box 3]
A Neglected Cause: An Address Delivered in the Old South Church, Boston, Massachusetts, at the Morning Service, November 16, 1924. By George A. Gordon. 1924[?]. [Box 3]
Young Men's Christian Association: Historical Sketch. [Box 3]
Installation of Officers and Cabinet. 1923. [Box 3]
New York, Geneva, Ohio:
Salient Points. 1902. [Box 3]
Three Years of Progress in the Young Men's Christian Association Movement Among the Theological seminaries of the United States and Canada. [Box 3]
Report of the Commission of Five: Appointed at the Toronto International Convention to Consider the General Question of Training Agencies and Their Relation to the Brotherhood, to the 1913 International Convention of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1913. [Box 3]
Report of the Commission of Standardization of Membership Transfer: To the Thirty-eighth International Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. 1913. [Box 3]
Vital Questions: To Be Considered and Acted Upon at the Thirty-eighth International Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1913. [Box 3]
Central Student Conference. 1919. [Box 3]
Announcement of the First Annual Conference of Volunteer Workers in Young Men's Christian Associations. 1898. [Box 3]
Christian Personality and the Social Order. 1925. [Box 3]
Illinois:
Annual Announcement of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1905-1906. [Box 3]
Annual Announcement. 1896-1897. [Box 3]
Annual Announcement. 1898-1899. [Box 3]
The Inter-Church Commission of the Young Men's Christian Association of Chicago: Objectives, Relationship, Activities. 1913. [Box 3]
Bulletin to the Clergy. 2 copies. [Box 3]
Student Work:
Young Men's Christian Associations in Towns, Villages and Country Places. [Box 3]
A Three Year Program. 1912. [Box 3]
Fourteenth Annual Training Conference for Student Association Leaders. 1915. [Box 3]
Physical Exercise. 1904-1905. [Box 3]
You Decide: One of Seven. 1929. [Box 3]
Annual Announcement of Association Institute: Day and Evening Schools for Young Men and Boys. 1905-1906. [Box 3]
Association College: Day and Evening Schools for Young Men and Boys. 1904-1905. [Box 3]
The Work of the Student Department of the Young Men's Christian Association. [Box 3]
Report to the Leaders of the Student Young Men's Christian Associations of the Nation from the Ad Interim Committee of the National Council of Student Associations. 1927. [Box 3]
YWCA:
Annual Canvass. [Box 3]
Young WoMen's Christian Association Releases. [Box 3]
Joint Conference on Educational Objectives. 1926. [Box 3]
WWI:
1,764,531 Services to Men in Uniform. 1919. [Box 3]
On Duty Stands the Y.M.C.A. [Box 3]
Will Follow Your Flag and Your Boy: The Young Men's Christian Association Proposes to Follow Your Flag and Your Boy Wherever They Go. [Box 3]
War Service. 1918-1919. [Box 3]
The Red Triangle Goes Every Step of the Way [Box 3]
Notable Tribute by Ex-President Taft. 1919. [Box 3]
YMCA Administration 1914:
The Task of the Secretary as an Administrator. By Judson J. McKim. 1934. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Prediction, Planning and Control: An Engineering Approach to Y.M.C.A. Management. 1933. [Box 4]
A Constructive Study of the General Secretary as an Administrator, as Judged By His Application of the Principles of Efficiency Management. 1914. 2 copies. [Box 4]
YMCA Administration 1920:
A Study-Guide for The Executive Role in Y.M.C.A. Administration. undated. [Box 4]
Developing an Efficient Employed Staff. By S. Wirt Wiley. 1920. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The General Secretary as an Administrator. By Glen K. Shurtleff. undated. [Box 4]
Studies in Association Work: History, Principles, Business Management. 1905. [Box 4]
Providing A Varied Experience: For Secretaries-in-Training. By Paul Super. 1920. [Box 4]
The American YMCAs: Their forms of organization, and the progress of their work since 1884:
In English, French, and German
The American Young Men's Christian Associations, Their Forms of Organization, and the Progress of their work since 1884. A paper prepared by the International Committee for The Eleventh Conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of all lands, held at Stockholm, Sweden, August 15-19, 1888. 1888. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Les Unions Chretiennes De Jeunes Gens En Amerique. Leurs Formes D'organisation Et Les Progres De Leur Oeuvre Depuis 1884. 1888. [Box 4]
Die amerifanischen Christlichen Junglings-Vereine, ihre Organisationsformen und die Fortschritte ihres Werfes seit 1884. 1888. [Box 4]
An Association "Useful and Deserving of Encouragement and Support:
An Association "Useful and Deserving of Encouragement and Support". Court of Appeals of the State of New York. A list of publications relating to the history and work of the Young Men's Christian Association, sent upon application to The International Com. 1889. 6 copies. [Box 4]
(List of) Associations in U.S. and Canada 1879:
The Associations in the United States and Dominion of Canada, With Post Office Addresses, and the Location of the Rooms in Places of Over 5,000 Population. 1989. [Box 4]
Athletic League Pamphlets. Gulick 1896:
The Athletic League of the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. A paper read at the Annual Conference of the General Secretaries’ Association of North America, Cleveland, Ohio, June 4-9, 1896. 1896. [Box 4]
The Ethics of Association Athletics. Extract from a paper on The Athletic League of the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America, by Luther Gulick, M. D.
Atom Bombs and You -Mather 1946:
Atom-Bombs and You. 1946. [Box 4]
Basketball. Official Rules and Score Blanks 1895-96:
Official Rules and Score Blanks for Basket Ball.1894. [Box 4]
BasketBall. Official Rules and Score Blanks 1895-96. 1894. [Box 4]
Bible Study Pamphlets:
Outlines of Bible Study for the Bible Training Class. For Teachers and Leaders Only. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Outlines of Bible Study for the Bible Training Class. For Members of the Class. 1885. 3 copies. [Box 4]
For the Class. Experimental Bible Training Class Outlines. No. 1. undated. [Box 4]
Bible Study. Helpful and Valuable Publications. The following aids to both class and private Bible Study. [1893?]. [Box 4]
For Bible Study. New Publications. undated. [Box 4]
The Bible in the Work of Young Men's Christian Association. This pamphlet is a reprint of Chapter 21 of the "Young Men's Christian Association Hand Book". 1891. [Box 4]
A Word About Bible Study in our Associations.[1890s?]. [Box 4]
Reasons For the Study of the Old Testament. By Dr. Wilbert Webster White. 1899. [Box 4]
Catalogue of Y.M.C.A. Students of Summer School for Bible Study Who have decided to enter Foreign Missionary Work. 1886. [Box 4]
Bible Study: A paper read before the convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and British Provinces, at Poughkeepsie, N.Y., July 9-12, 1873, By WM. H. Thomson, M.D. 1874. [Box 4]
Bible Study for Personal Spiritual Growth. An Address by John R. Mott. Reprinted from the British College Christian Union Series.undated. [Box 4]
The Study of the Bible by Books, Its Advantages. An Address by John A. Broadus, D.D. Delivered before the International Convention of Young Men's Christian Associations at Cleveland, Ohio, May 25th, 1881.1888. 3 copies. [Box 4]
How We Built Up The Bible Study Department At Yale. A paper presented in the College Conference of the International Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations held at Indianapolis, May 12, 1893.1896. [Box 4]
The Study of The English Bible in College. 1891. 4 copies. [Box 4]
The Public Use of the Bible. undated. [Box 4]
Studies in the Parables of Jesus. Recorded by Mathew. For Bible Classes and Personal Use. By William H. Sallmon. 1897. [Box 4]
Progressive Bible Studies. Number Two. Life and Letters of Paul. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Outline Studies in The Life of Christ. Fifth Edition.1893. [Box 4]
Report of Progress. Commission on Bible Study and other Christian Education Books. [1913?]. [Box 4]
Special and Short Term Bible Classes and Personal Study.1906. [Box 4]
Bible Study for Personal Spiritual Growth. By John R. Mott. Reprinted from the British College Christian Union Series. Twenty-seventh Thousand. 1905. [Box 4]
Effective Leadership in Bible Classes in Young Men's Christian Associations. 1901. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Outline History of the Life of Christ for Boys’ Bible Classes. 1900. [Box 4]
Outline History of the Life of Christ for Boys’ Bible Classes. 1903. [Box 4]
Main Lines in The Bible. A short course of Introductory Bible Studies for Classes and Personal Use. 1899. [Box 4]
Special edition for city and town associations
Questions on Inductive Bible Studies. Mathew, Acts, Philippians, Luke, Psalms, Jeremiah. 1900. [Box 4]
(Progressive) Bible Study -Goodman 1895:
Progressive Bible Studies. Course No. One, For Elementary Classes. Fourth Edition. undated. [Box 4]
Bible Study -Studies in the Life of Christ 1896:
Studies in the Life of Christ. 1896. [Box 4]
Building Editions 1,2,3 1885-1889:
Young Men's Christian Association Buildings. Second Edition, Enlarged.). 1886. 3 copies. [Box 4]
Building Editions 1,2,3 1885-1890:
Young Men's Christian Association. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Building Editions 1,2,3 1885-1891:
Young Men's Christian Association. (Third Edition). 1887. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Building Editions 1,2,3 1885-1892:
Striking Evidences of Association Progress. A Half Million of Debts Paid; A Million in Buildings Secured; Three=Quarters of a Million for New Buildings Assured. [1899]. [Box 4]
Building Pamphlets 1881-1892:
How does the possession of a Building benefit a Young Men's Christian Association? 1888. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Why Should the Work of the Young Men's Christian Association be for Young Men Exclusively? 1888. [Box 4]
Reasons Why a Young Men's Christian Association Should Employ a General Secretary. 1887. [Box 4]
Plan of a Canvass for a Young Men's Christian Association Building. 1888. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Plan of a Canvass for a Young Men's Christian Association Building. undated. 2 copies. [Box 4]
College Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. Association Buildings. A paper and discussion at the International Convention at San Francisco, Cal., May 11-15, 1887. undated. [Box 4]
Advantages of A Permanent Home for Young Men's Christian Association, with suggestions concerning How It Can Be Secured. Read Before the 15th Annual Meeting of the State Association of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the State of New York, at Sc. 1881. [Box 4]
Suggestions Regarding YMCA Buildings. 1888-1891:
Suggestions Regarding a Young Men's Christian Association Building. Reprinted from "Young Men's Christian Association Hand-Book.". 1888. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Suggestions Regarding YMCA Buildings. 1888-1892:
Suggestions Regarding a Young Men's Christian Association Building. This pamphlet is a reprint of chapters 14, 16 and 17 of the "Young Men's Christian Association Hand Book.". 1891. [Box 4]
Building Pamphlets 1888-1895 -Mott:
College Young Men's Christian Association Buildings.[1890s?]. [Box 4]
How to Secure A College Association Building.1891. 2 copies. [Box 4]
How to Secure A College Association Building. Second Edition. 1892. [Box 4]
College Association Buildings. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Revised and Enlarged Edition
Character:
How to Make a Rational Fight for Character. 1902. 2 copies. [Box 4]
A Present Crisis in the Kingdom of God. A Call for Character. 1907. [Box 4]
Christ Among Men -J. McConaughy 1892-1895:
Christ Among Men. A Study of the Unfolding of His Character and Ministry in Personal Intercourse. With special reference to its lessons for those who desire to win other lives over for him. 1892. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Christ Among Men -J. McConaughy 1892-1896:
Christ Among Men. Object Lessons in Personal Work.1894. 3 copies. [Box 4]
Revised Edition
Christ Among Men -J. McConaughy 1892-1897:
Christ Among Men. A Study of the Unfolding of His Character and Ministry in Personal Intercourse. 1893. [Box 4]
Christian Promotion and Conservation 1912:
Christian Promotion and Conservation. 1912. [Box 4]
The Claims of the General Secretaryship of the YMCA on Men of Education and Ability - Mott 1892:
The Claims of the General Secretaryship of the Young Men's Christian Association on Men of Education and Ability. 1891. [Box 4]
The Claims of the General Secretaryship of the YMCA on Men of Education and Ability - Mott 1893:
The Claims of the General Secretaryship of the Young Men's Christian Association on Men of Education and Ability. 1892. 3 copies. [Box 4]
College Pamphlets 1881-1891:
Form of Constitution for the College Young Men's Christian Association. Constitution adopted by the Second College Conference, Held in connection with the International Convention of Young Men's Christian Associations, at Baltimore, Md., May 21-25, 1879. [1882]. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Constitution of the College of Young Men's Christian Association. (Twenty-First Thousand). 1888. 3 copies. [Box 4]
College Vatican Ticket issued by the International Committee Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and Dominion of Canada.
Constitution of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1883. [Box 4]
The Work of a College Young Men's Christian Association.1882. 3 copies. [Box 4]
The Work of a College Young Men's Christian Association.1881. [Box 4]
The Inter-Collegiate Young Men's Christian Association Movement. 1885. 4 copies. [Box 4]
An Outline of The Work of College Young Men's Christian Associations. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Inter-Collegiate Young Men's Christian Association Movement. 1888. 3 copies. [Box 4]
Revised Edition
An Outline of The Work of College Young Men's Christian Associations. 1888. 3 copies. [Box 4]
Revised Edition
The College Young Men's Christian Associations of The United States and Canada. undated. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Summer Schools for College Students. Northfield, Chautauqua and Lake Geneva. 1890. [Box 4]
Special Extension Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations
.College Pamphlets 1881-1891:
The Missionary Department of the College Association. 1894. 2 copies. [Box 4]
College Pamphlets 1881-1891:
How Can the College Association Awaken and Maintain Interest in Bible Study? 1891. [Box 4]
The Fall Campaign or How to Reach New Students.1891. 2 copies. [Box 4]
College Associations Pamphlets, 1882-1891:
The Fall Campaign or How to Reach New Students.1893. 2 copies. [Box 4]
College Associations Pamphlets 1881-1896:
The Religious Meetings of the College Association.1894. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Finances of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Intercollegiate Young Men's Christian Association Movement. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Intercollegiate Relations of the College Association. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Records of the College Association. 1895. 3 copies. [Box 4]
The President of the College Association. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Work For New Students. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The College Young Men's Christian Association.1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Bible Study Department of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1895. [Box 4]
Revised and Enlarged Edition
The Intercollegiate Movement on the Pacific Coast. Condensed from Mr. Mott's articles, printed in the "Young Men's Era" in March and April, 1892. undated. [Box 4]
Advantages of Association Work in Colleges. A paper by C.K. Ober. Read before the Sixteenth Annual Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Massachusetts, at Spencer, October 13, 1881.1882. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Statistical Table. College Young Men's Christian Associations. (From Year Book, 1892). undated. [Box 4]
Statistical Table. College Young Men's Christian Associations. (From Year Book, 1893). undated. [Box 4]
Condensed Statement of the Progress of the Intercollegiate Movement of the Young Men's Christian Association, College Year 1891-92. [1891-92?]. [Box 4]
College Association Buildings. [1890s?]. [Box 4]
Progress of the Intercollegiate Movement of the Young Men's Christian Associations. [1891-92?]. [Box 4]
Christian Work in Colleges. undated. [Box 4]
College Young Men's Christian Associations in the United States and Canada, with the names of Corresponding Secretaries. For College Year 1885-86. [1885-86?]. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Progress of the Intercollegiate Movement of the Young Men's Christian Associations. College Year 1891-92. 1892. [Box 4]
Work of the College Secretary of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. From the Year-Book for 1882-3.1882. [Box 4]
The Young Men's Christian Association. An Address delivered at The First Church of Christ, Hartford, Nov. 12, 1882, By George Leon Walker, Pastor.
The College Young Men's Christian Associations of The United States and Canada. 1887. 2 copies. [Box 4]
College Pamphlets -Mott 1895:
College Department of the International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1895. [Box 4]
The President of the College Association. 1895. [Box 4]
Work For New Students. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Religious Meetings of the College Association.1894. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Bible Study Department of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1895. [Box 4]
Revised and Enlarged Edition
Personal Work: How Organized and Accomplished. Second Revision. 1892. [Box 4]
The Missionary Department of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Finances of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The Intercollegiate Relations of the College Association. 1895. [Box 4]
The Records of the College Association. 1895. [Box 4]
College Young Men's Christian Association Buildings.1895. 2 copies. [Box 4]
The College Young Men's Christian Association. A collection of pamphlets relating to its history, purpose, methods, and achievements. 1895. [Box 4]
Colored Men's Department 1894:
Colored Men's Department of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1894. [Box 4]
Commercial Travelers Pamphlets:
How Can Commercial Travelers aid the Young Men's Christian Association? By Edwin L. Loudon. 1887. 6 copies. [Box 4]
Commercial Travelers’ Ticket. What is it? undated. 11 copies. [Box 4]
Commercial Travelers Ticket issued by the International Committee Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and Dominion of Canada.
An Appeal to Christian Commercial Travelers, With a Few Suggestions. undated. 4 copies. [Box 4]
Christian Commercial Travelers. Addressed by One of Their Own. undated. 10 copies. [Box 4]
Work By and Among Commercial Travelers. undated. 6 copies. [Box 4]
Suggestions to General Secretaries On the Work of the Commercial Travelers Committee. undated. 6 copies. [Box 4]
A Few Words to Business Men Concerning Commercial Travelers. undated. 3 copies. [Box 4]
Pocket Directory of Young Men's Christian Associations, For the Use of Commercial Travelers and Railroad Men. undated. 5 copies. [Box 4]
List of Young Men's Christian Associations, With the Advantages of The Commercial Traveler's Ticket. 1880. 5 copies. [Box 4]
List of Young Men's Christian Associations, With the Advantages of The Commercial Traveler's Ticket. 1881. [Box 4]
Grip Sack Series-No. 1. Advice to Drummers. The Good Qualities of the Boys. Evils and Dangers which Confront the Commercial Traveler. 1988. 4 copies. [Box 4]
The Conservation of Manhood 1910-11:
The Conservation of Manhood. [1910-1911]. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Conversations of Christ, McBurney & Booth 1901, 1902, 1905:
Conversations Of Christ. Outlined by Robert R. McBurney. Suggestive Questions for Teachers of Evangelistic Bible Classes. Lessons I. to XXVI. 1901. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Conversations Of Christ. Outlined by Robert R. McBurney. Suggestive Questions for Teachers of Evangelistic Bible Classes. Lessons XXVII. To LII. 1902. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Conversations Of Christ. Outlined by Robert R. McBurney. Suggestive Questions for Teachers of Evangelistic Bible Classes. Lessons I. to XXVI. 1905. [Box 4]
Work Among Commercial Travelers in the U.S. 1886-1901:
List of Young Men's Christian Associations, for use with The Commercial Traveler's Ticket. 1880. [Box 4]
(2) Commercial Travelers Ticket. Issued by the International Committee Young Men's Christian Associations United States and Dominion of Canada. (1) College Vacation Ticket. Issued by International Committee Young Men's Christian Associations of the United
List of Young Men's Christian Associations, for use with The Commercial Traveler's Ticket. 1880. [Box 4]
(1) Commercial Travelers Ticket. Issued by the International Committee Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and Dominion of Canada.
Directory. List of Rooms and Boarding Houses. For the Fall of 1896. [1896?]. [Box 4]
The Use of Commercial Travelers’ Report Form. undated. [Box 4]
Letter: From the Commercial Travelers Department. 1888. [Box 4]
Work for Commercial Travelers (letter). 1901. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Letter: From the Commercial Travelers Department (Edwin L. Loudon on behalf of the committee). 1890. [Box 4]
Letter: From the Commercial Travelers Department. 1890. [Box 4]
A Comparison of Adaptable vs. "Laggard" YMCAs- Watson 1946:
A Comparison of Adaptable vs. "Laggard" YMCAs. A study undertaken for the YMCA Research Council. 1946. [Box 4]
(forms of) Constitutions, By-Laws 1884-1892:
Constitution of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1892. [Box 4]
Constitution of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1891. 4 copies. [Box 4]
Essential and Desirable Points in a Young Men's Christian Association Constitution. 1888. 3 copies. [Box 4]
Constitution of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1888. 6 copies. [Box 4]
Form of Constitution and By-Laws for Young Men's Christian Associations, in Places of 5,000 Population and Over. 1888. 5 copies. [Box 4]
Constitution of the College Young Men's Christian Association. 1886. [Box 4]
Form of Constitution and By-Laws for a Railroad Young Men's Christian Association, in a City without a General Association.1869. 2 copies. [Box 4]
By-Laws of the Railroad Department, Young Men's Christian Association. [1892?]. [Box 4]
Form of Constitution Recommended For Young Men's Christian Associations in Small Towns. [1884?]. [Box 4]
Specimen Constitution for a Young Men's Christian Association not employing a General Secretary. 1888. [Box 4]
The Charter, Constitution, and By-Laws of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1883. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Forms of Organization, Constitution, By-Laws, &c A paper read before the Fourth International Conference of the Railroad Department of Young Men's Christian Associations, held in Milwaukee, Wis., May 6-9, 1886. [1886?]. [Box 4]
Constitutions of the YWCA. In Colleges and Seminaries:
Constitution of the Young WoMen's Christian Association in Colleges and Seminaries. undated. 2 copies. [Box 4]
Constitution of the Young WoMen's Christian Association in Colleges and Seminaries. 1883. 3 copies. [Box 4]
Constitution of the Young WoMen's Christian Association in Colleges and Seminaries. 1884. [Box 4]
County Work Pamphlets -Weidensall 1891-1904:
The County Work, including the County Secretary. 1891. 4 copies. [Box 4]
Legitimate Agencies. The County Work of Young Men's Christian Associations and Its Legitimate Agencies. 1904. [Box 4]
The County Work, Including The General Principles and Plan; The County Secretary; Rules Governing the Work; Form of Constitution and Rules for Association Band. 1902. [Box 4]
Daily Readings, Progressive Bible Studies-FS Goodman 1901(?):
Daily Readings. For Use in Connection with Progressive Bible Studies. Number One. 1895. [Box 5]
Day and Week of Prayer Pamphlets 1888-1894:
The Observance of the Day of Prayer for Colleges. undated. [Box 5]
How to Observe the Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men. Issued by the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations.1892. [Box 5]
How to Observe the Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men. Issued by the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations.1894. [Box 5]
The Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men. A Paper Read by E.W. Watkins, At the Massachusetts and Rhode Island State Convention, Holyoke, Mass., October, 1888. [1888?]. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men. November 13-19, 1887. Facts for use of Speakers at Union Meetings. 1887. [Box 5]
Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men. November 14-20, Appointed by the Twenty-sixth International Convention and the Tenth World's Conference of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1886. [Box 5]
Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men, November 13-19, Appointed by the Twenty-Seventh International Convention and the Tenth World's Conference of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1887. [Box 5]
To the College Associations of the United States and Canada:
Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men, November 13-19, Appointed by the Twenty-Seventh International Convention and the Tenth World's Conference of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1887. [Box 5]
To the Associations of the United States and Canada:
Memoranda Concerning Work for Young Men, As it is Now Being Prosecuted by Young Men's Christian Associations, for the use, exclusively, of Speakers during the Week of Prayer for Young Men, November 8-14, 1885. In Three Parts. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men, November 12-18, 1893. By Appointment of the American International Convention and the World's Conference of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1893. [Box 5]
November 14-20, 1886, Week of Prayer for Young Men, Appointed by the International Convention and the World's Conference of Young Men's Christian Associations. To Pastors. 1886. [Box 5]
November 13-19, 1887. Week of Prayer for Young Men, Appointed by the International Convention and the World's Conference of Young Men's Christian Associations. To Pastors. 1887. [Box 5]
Topics for the Week of Prayer, January 7-12, 1884, As Suggested by the Evangelical Alliance. 1884. [Box 5]
Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men. November 9-15.1890. [Box 5]
Jubilee Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men, November 11-17, 1894. By Appointment of the American International Convention and the World's Conference of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1894. [Box 5]
The District Work of the YMCA 1891:
The District Work of Young Men's Christian Association.1891. [Box 5]
The District Work of Young Men's Christian Association.1891. [Box 5]
The Duty of the Board of Directors to the General Secretary 1886, 1893:
The Duty of the Board of Directors to the General Secretary. By J. F. Robinson. 1886. [Box 5]
The Duty of the Board of Directors to the General Secretary. By J. F. Robinson. (10th Thousand). 1888. [Box 5]
The Duty of the Board of Directors to the General Secretary. By J. F. Robinson. (12th Thousand). 1893. [Box 5]
The Early Story of the Confederation -WM Chauncy Langdon 1888:
The Early Story of the Confederation of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1888. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Educational Class Work in the YMCAs -Hodge:
Educational Class Work in the Young Men's Christian Associations. George B. Hodge, Secretary Educational Department. [1893?]. [Box 5]
Educational Department Pamphlets 1893-1896:
Outlines and Suggestions. Outline Courses in Class work, Practical Suggestions and Graphic Illustrations. George B. Hodge. undated. [Box 5]
Practical Papers…. Read at Springfield and Hartford, 1895. undated. [Box 5]
Education as Related to the Extension of Young Men's Christian Associations. S. A. Taggart. undated. [Box 5]
Prospectus For 1896. Containing Syllabi or Outline Courses of Study, Regulations for Examinations, Sample Questions, Etc.1896. [Box 5]
Springfield Convention Papers. [1895?]. [Box 5]
Educational Department. The Educational Director. L. W. Messer and H. S. Ninde. undated. [Box 5]
Transatlantic Side-Lights on Evening School Work.undated. [Box 5]
Educational Exhibits. Their Value, Composition, and Use in the Young Men's Christian Associations. [1895?]. [Box 5]
The Second International Educational Exhibit, Young Men's Christian Associations, Springfield, Mass., May, 1895. Awards and Reports. 1895. [Box 5]
The Educational Work of A YMCA 1891:
The Educational Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1891. [Box 5]
Financial Management Pamphlets 1880, c. 1890:
Suggestions Concerning The Financial Management of a Young Men's Christian Association. By Erskine Uhl. (13th Thousand).1880. [Box 5]
Financial Management Pamphlets 1880, c. 1891:
The Financial Management of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1891. [Box 5]
Fire and Faith 1921:
Fire and Faith. A Sermon Preached in the Brick Presbyterian Church New York. By William Pierson Merrill. January 16th, 1921.1921. 2 copies. [Box 5]
First Steps Toward Organizing A YMCA -W.A. Hunton:
First Steps Toward Organizing A Young Men's Christian Association. 1892. 5 copies. [Box 5]
Foreign Missions Pamphlets -Ober 1890, Mott 1891, 1896:
Is It Incumbent Upon The American Young Men's Christian Associations To Promote Foreign Missions, and If So, What Does This Suggest?. 1891. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Catalogue of Y.M.C.A. Students of Summer School for Bible Study. Who have decided to enter the Foreign Missionary Work. Mt. Hermon, Mass. July, 1886. 1886. [Box 5]
The Foreign Education Committee. Suggestions and Information from Teachers. undated. [Box 5]
Young Men's Christian Associations and Foreign Missions, By Charles K. Ober. 1890. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Students of America To the Students In Foreign Missionary Colleges -- Greeting. [1886?]. [Box 5]
A Brief Account of the Relations of the American Young Men's Christian Associations and of Friends of their Work to the Associations of other Lands. Richard C. Morse. [1891?]. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Forty-Sixth Anniversary- Annual Review 1912:
The Forty-Sixth Anniversary of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. The Annual Review of Association Work for Men and Boys in its Many Departments at Home and Abroad. 1912. [Box 5]
General Secretary Pamphlets 1881-1892:
An Outline of Study. For the Use of Young Men Desiring to Undertake the Work of a General Secretary. 1st Edition. 1881. [Box 5]
An Outline of Study. For the Use of Young Men Desiring to Undertake the Work of a General Secretary. 2nd Edition. 1882. [Box 5]
An Outline of Study. For the Use of Young Men Desiring to Undertake the Work of a General Secretary. 3rd Edition. 1882. [Box 5]
An Outline of Study. For the Use of Young Men Desiring to Undertake the Work of a General Secretary. 4th Edition. 1882. [Box 5]
The Office and Work of a General Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association. With Suggestions for Beginners. Part I. (5th Thousand). 1885. 3 copies. [Box 5]
The Office and Work of a General Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association. With Suggestions for Beginners. 1880. 4 copies. [Box 5]
The Office and Work of a General Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association. Part II. 1883. 3 copies. [Box 5]
The Duty of the Board of Directors to the General Secretary. By J.F. Robinson. 1886. [Box 5]
The Duty of the Board of Directors to the General Secretary. By J.F. Robinson. (sixth thousand). 1888. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The Duty of the General Secretary of a Young Men's Christian Association. In Seeking the Development of His Own Spiritual Life.undated. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Secretarial Loyalty. undated. [Box 5]
An Outline of Study For the Use of Young Men Desiring to Undertake the Work of a General Secretary of a Young Men's Christian Association. [1882?]. 3 copies. [Box 5]
An Outline of Study For the Use of Young Men Desiring to Undertake the Work of a General Secretary of a Young Men's Christian Association. 5th Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 1884. [Box 5]
An Outline of Study For the Use of Young Men Desiring to Undertake the Work of a General Secretary of a Young Men's Christian Association. 6th Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 1885. 4 copies. [Box 5]
An Outline of Study For the Use of Young Men Desiring to Undertake the Work of a General Secretary of a Young Men's Christian Association. 67th Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 1886. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Preparation for the General Secretaryship of the Young Men's Christian Association. By J.T. Bowne. A paper read before the Joint Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, at Providence, R.I., Oct. 10, 1885. 1885. [Box 5]
The General Secretaryship of the Young Men's Christian Association. A paper prepared by Edwin F. See for the Twelfth Conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of all lands, held at Amsterdam, Holland, August 12-16, 1891. 1892. [Box 5]
Reasons Why a Young Men's Christian Association Should Employ a General Secretary. By Walter C. Douglass. 1886. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Reasons Why a Young Men's Christian Association Should Employ a General Secretary. By Walter C. Douglass. (7th thousand). 1887. 4 copies. [Box 5]
General Secretary Pamphlets 1880, 1883:
The Office and Work of a General Secretary of a Young Men's Christian Association. With Suggestions for Beginners. 1883. [Box 5]
General Secretaries and Other Paid Officers 1889-1891:
A List of General Secretaries and Other Paid Officers of the Young Men's Christian Associations. November 15th, 1890. 1890. [Box 5]
General Secretaries and Other Paid Officers 1889-1892:
A List of General Secretaries and Other Paid Officers of the Young Men's Christian Associations. October 1st, 1891. 1891. [Box 5]
The General Secretary of the YMCA 1891, 1892:
The General Secretary of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1891. [Box 5]
The General Secretary of the YMCA 1891, 1893:
The General Secretary of a Young Men's Christian Association. A paper prepared by Edwin F. See. 1892. 3 copies. [Box 5]
German Branch 1885:
Rede gehalten bei dem zmeiten Jahresfest, des Deutschen Zweig-Bereines Young Men's Christian Association zu Baltimore, Md., den 27ten Marz, 1885. 1885. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Die erfolgreichsten Mithoden, deren sich die Christlichen Junglings-Bereine. undated. [Box 5]
Statuten Des Christlichen Vereins Junger Manner in Der hoheren Lehranstalt. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The Work among German-Speaking young men-its condition and needs. By Claus Olandt, Jr. [1890s?]. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Form of Constitution Recommended for A German Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association. undated. 3 copies. [Box 5]
German and English
The Growth of Twenty-Five of the YMCAs of American Under the Supervision of the I.C. 1891:
The Helpfulness of Supervision of the Young Men's Christian Associations in the International Committee. [1904?]. [Box 5]
A Quarter Centennial. 1866-1891. The Growth of Twenty-Five Years of The Young Men's Christian Associations of America Under the Supervision of the International Committee. 1899. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Gymnastic Nomenclature 1896:
Gymnastic Nomenclature of the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. Second Edition. [1891-93?]. [Box 5]
Revised and Edited by the Governing Committee of the Athletic League.
Historical Sketch 1852-1878 1880:
Historical Sketch of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and British Provinces 1852-1878. 1878. [Box 5]
Historical Sketch of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and British Provinces 1852-1878. 1880. 6 copies. [Box 5]
Historical and Statistical Snapshots:
Historical and Statistical Snap Shots. [1897-?]. [Box 5]
History-The Past and Present of the YMCA in America 1889 -Cree:
The Past and Present of the Young Men's Christian Associations in America. By Thomas K. Cree. 1889. 4 copies. [Box 5]
Home Division Pamphlets 1919-1921:
The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations in the United States. The National Organization of a Great Movement. This booklet tells about the Home Work of the International Committee. [1921?]. 3 copies. [Box 5]
The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations in the United States. Its Organization, Its Work, Its Budget.[1920?]. [Box 5]
The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. This booklet describes the work of each of the HOME departments. It presents a field of effort witch unquestionably bears a direct relation to the effectiveness of the entire work of the l. [1919?]. [Box 5]
How Can The College Association Awaken and Maintain Interest in Bible Study - Mott 1893:
How Can the College Association Awaken and Maintain Interest in Bible Study? 1891. 2 copies. [Box 5]
How Can The College Association Awaken and Maintain Interest in Bible Study - Mott 1894:
How Can the College Association Awaken and Maintain Interest in Bible Study? 1892. [Box 5]
How We Built Up the Bible Study Dept. at Yale - W. M. Sallmon:
How We Built Up The Bible Study Department At Yale.1893. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Incorporation of the YMCAs, Why, and How 1884:
Incorporation of Young Men's Christian Associations. Why, and How. By J.W. Walton. 1884. 3 copies. [Box 5]
The Influence and Relationships of the YMCA- R. Morse 1890:
The Influence and Relationships of the Young Men's Christian Association. By Richard C. Morse. 1890. 6 copies. [Box 5]
The Influence and Relationships of the Young Men's Christian Association. By Richard C. Morse. 1896. [Box 5]
Revised
Interesting Reminiscences of George Peabody and Johns Hopkins - J. Garrett:
Interesting Reminiscences of George Peabody and Johns Hopkins, by John W. Garrett. undated. 3 copies. [Box 5]
The International Committee of the YMCA in N.A. -Lucien Warner 1905:
The International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. 1905. 4 copies. [Box 5]
International Committee Work 1883-1894:
The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. [1866-1892]. [Box 5]
Memoranda Concerning the International Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. For the use of Speakers at meetings during the Week of Prayer for Young Men. November 9-15, 1884. 1884. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Statement Regarding the Work of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. (From the Year Book for 1894) . [1894?]. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The Work of the International Committee. Testimonies from the Springfield Convention, May, 1895. 1895. [Box 5]
The Work of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1886. 4 copies. [Box 5]
The Work of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. Testimonies to its benefit, given at the International Convention at San Francisco, May 11-15, 1887. 1887. 4 copies. [Box 5]
Advance Chapter from the revised "Hand Book" for the use of speakers on the Day of Prayer, 1892. Chapter 32. The American International Work. [1892?]. [Box 5]
The International Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1886. 2 copies. [Box 5]
A Brief Statement about the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations, and the Work Intrusted to it. 1885. [Box 5]
Work For Young Men Intrusted to the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1866-1885. [1866-1885?]. [Box 5]
Work For Young Men Intrusted to the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1866-1884. [1866-1884?]. [Box 5]
The International Committee and its Relation to The Rapid Progress of Young Men's Christian Associations. [1887?]. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Memoranda Concerning the International Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. For the use of Speakers at meetings during the Week of Prayer for young men. November 11-17, 1883. 1883. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations, and the Work Intrusted To It. undated. [Box 5]
The International Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. undated. 4 copies. [Box 5]
The International Work of a YMCA 1891:
The International Work of the American Young Men's Christian Associations. 1891. 2 copies. [Box 5]
An International Work. The Only International Organization Devoted Exclusively To the Physical, Social, Intellectual and Spiritual Welfare of Young Men. undated. [Box 5]
The International Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and British Provinces from 1866-1873.[1873?]. [Box 5]
Libraries 1881-1893:
The Association Librarian and Library -- the Relation they should Sustain to the Young Men of the Association. A Paper by Prof. J.H. Gilmore. Read before the 28th International Convention of Young Men's Christian Associations, Philadelphia, May 8-12, 1889. 1889. [Box 5]
The Historical Library of the American Young Men's Christian Associations. Annual Report of J.T. Bowne, Custodian. (From the Year Book for 1892). 1892. [Box 5]
The Historical Library of the American Young Men's Christian Associations. Annual Report of J.T. Bowne, Custodian. (From the Year Book for 1893). 1893. [Box 5]
Libraries of Railroad Young Men's Christian Associations. By R. B. Pool. A paper read before the Third International Conference of Christian Railroad Men. May, 1882. 1882. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Association Libraries and Librarians, By Cephas Brainerd. A paper prepared for the Conference of General Secretaries, and also for the Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations, held at Cleveland, May, 1881. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Life Problems -- Studies in the Native Interests of Young Men -- Doggett 1905:
Life Problems. Studies in the Native Interests of Young Men. 1905. [Box 5]
Meetings for Christian Decision -- Elliott:
Meetings for Christian Decision. In Colleges and Universities. undated. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The Membership of a YMCA 1891:
The Membership of a Young Men's Christian Association.1891. [Box 5]
Methods and Work of YMCAs as Organized in the South -- Henry Brown:
Methods and Work of Young Men's Christian Associations, as Organized in the South, by Henry E. Brown. 1882. 4 copies. [Box 5]
The Morning Watch -- Mott 1898:
The Morning Watch. 1898. [Box 5]
"The Most Important and Far Reaching Movement of the Nineteenth Century" -- J. Broadus:
"The Most Important and Far Reaching Movement of the Nineteenth Century". undated. [Box 5]
The National Organization of a Great Movement 1919:
The National Organization of a Great Movement. American Manhood enlisted for Christian Service. [1920?]. [Box 5]
New Testament Readings 1901:
Daily New Testament Readings. With Brief, Suggestive Notes, and Outlines for Weekly Class Study, Summarizing and Enforcing Important Lessons from the Readings of the Previous Week. July, August. I. and II. Thessalonians; I. and II. Corinthians; Romans; Ga. 1901. [Box 5]
New Testament Readings 1902:
Daily New Testament Readings. With Brief, Suggestive Notes, and Outlines for Weekly Class Study, Summarizing and Enforcing Important Lessons from the Readings of the Previous Week. September. Galatians; Ephesians; Philippians; Colossians; Philemon; Hebrew. 1901. [Box 5]
Office Qualifications and Work of an Executive Secretary -- Taggart:
Office Qualifications and Work of an Executive Secretary. By S.A. Taggart. undated. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Origin, Object, Growth, Methods 1886-1894:
The Young Men's Christian Associations. Origin, Object, Growth, Methods. 1886. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The Young Men's Christian Associations. Origin, Object, Growth, Methods. 1889. [Box 5]
The Young Men's Christian Associations. Origin, Object, Growth, Methods. 1890. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The Young Men's Christian Associations. Origin, Object, Growth, Methods. 1894. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Our Evangelical Basis -- R. Weidensall:
Our Evangelical Basis: Its Relation to The Growth and Prosperity of the Association. undated. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Outline Studies in the Life of Christ -- McConaughy 1893:
Outline Studies in The Life of Christ. Third Edition.1893. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Outline Studies in the Life of Christ. Fourth Edition. 1893. [Box 5]
Personal Work Pamphlets 1891-1912:
Personal Work and the Personal Worker. By Don O. Shelton. 1896. [Box 5]
Personal Work. How Organized and Accomplished. Method and Studies. 1892. 4 copies. [Box 5]
Personal Work: How Organized and Accomplished. Second Revision. 1892. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Personal Work. How Organized and Accomplished. Plan and Studies. undated. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Suggestions for Volunteer Personal Christian Workers. 1921. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Christ as a Personal Worker. Topics and Methods for Workers’ Bible Training Classes. 1891. 4 copies. [Box 5]
Physical Work Pamphlets 1888-1891:
Manual for Those Desiring to use The Association Gymnasium Records. By Luther Gulick. 1888. [Box 5]
The Physical Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1891. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The Physical Directorship of the Young Men's Christian Association As a Life Work. 1890. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Prayer 1898-1899:
Lessons in Prayer. For Devotional Bible Classes and Personal Study. 1808. [Box 5]
Prayer: Principles and Examples. F.S. Goodman. Lessons for Devotional Bible Classes and Personal Study. 1899. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Availing Prayer. Twelve Outline Studies. By Wilbert W. White. 1899. [Box 5]
A President's Report 1881:
A President's Report. Read in April, 1881, at the Thirteenth Anniversary of a Young Men's Christian Association. In a City of 18,000 Inhabitants. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The Railroad Department and the Conditions of its Success 1895 -- R.C. Morse:
The Railroad Department and the Conditions of its Success. 1895. [Box 5]
The Records of a YMCA, and Public Presentation of its Work. 1891:
The Records of a Young Men's Christian Association, and Public Presentation of its Work. 1891. [Box 5]
The Relation of the YMCA to the Churches 1890-1896:
The Relation of the Young Men's Christian Association to the Churches. An address delivered before the Kentucky Chautauqua assembly, Lexington, on Young Men's Christian Association Day, July 3, 1890. 1890. 5 copies. [Box 5]
Religious Work Pamphlets 1880-1891:
The Religious Meetings of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1891. [Box 5]
The Religious Meetings of the College Association.1894. [Box 5]
Suggestions Concerning the Religious Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1880. [Box 5]
Suggestions Concerning the Religious Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1883. [Box 5]
Suggestions Concerning the Religious Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1885. [Box 5]
The Rise and Growth of the YMCAs 1891:
The Rise and Growth of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1891. 6 copies. [Box 5]
Sketches of the Work of the Secretaries… 1882:
Sketches of the Work of the Secretaries of the International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1866-1882.1882. 5 copies. [Box 5]
Social and Intellectual Agencies Employed by the YMCA of N.A. 1881:
Social and Intellectual Agencies Employed by the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. A paper read before the ninth conference of the Young Men's Christian Associations of all lands, Exeter Hall, London, July 30-August 6, 1881. By Oliver C. 1881. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Special Extension Work Pamphlets. 1892(?), 1902:
Supervision and Extension in Work Among Young Men. 1902. [Box 5]
Special Extension Work. How to Begin and Continue It. For the Use of Committees and Boards of Directors. [1892?]. 5 copies. [Box 5]
The Special Extension Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. What is it? undated. 1 copies. [Box 5]
The Social Work of a YMCA 1891:
The Social Work of a Young Men's Christian Association.1891. [Box 5]
Standing Committees of a YMCA:
Standing Committees of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1891. [Box 5]
Starting Points of Christian Experience. 1903:
Starting Points of Christian Experience. 1903. [Box 5]
State and Provincial Work, 1878, 1882:
The State and Provincial Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1891. 2 copies. [Box 5]
The State and Provincial Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations: compiled from Papers by S.A. Taggart, R. Weidensall, T.K. Cree, and others. By Erskine Uhl. undated. 2 copies. [Box 5]
State and Provincial Conventions of the Young Men's Christian Associations. Richard C. Morse. Erskine Uhl. 1882. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Suggestions Concerning The Financial Management of a Young Men's Christian Association. By Erskine Uhl. (13th Thousand).1878. [Box 5]
Our State Work: A Paper. Read before the State Association of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the State of New York at their Annual Meeting in Hudson, September 21, 1877. 1878. [Box 5]
State and Provincial Work Pamphlets 1873, 1883:
State and Provincial Conventions of the Young Men's Christian Associations. Richard C. Morse. Erskine Uhl. 1882. [Box 5]
The State and Provincial Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations: compiled from Papers by S.A. Taggart, R. Weidensall, T.K. Cree, and others. By Erskine Uhl. 1882. 2 copies. [Box 5]
State and Provincial Conventions of the Young Men's Christian Association. Their Origin, Organization, and Methods of Procedure.1873. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Studies -- Acts, Luke -- Robert Speer 1892:
Studies In the Gospel of Luke. 1892. 4 copies. [Box 5]
Studies In the Book of Acts. 1892. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Studies: Jeremiah -- White Paul -- Sallmon 1896:
Thirty Studies in Jeremiah. 1896. [Box 5]
Studies in the Life of Paul. 1896. [Box 5]
Suggestions to Beginners By Several Experienced Secretaries:
Suggestions to Beginners. By Several Experienced Secretaries. undated. [Box 5]
Suggestions…The Organization and Work of the YMCAs 1879-1887:
Suggestions Concerning the Religious Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1888. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Suggestions As To the Organization and Work of Young Men's Christian Associations Especially in Villages and Country Places.1879. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Suggestions As To the Organization and Work of Young Men's Christian Associations Especially in Villages and Country Places. 40th Thousand. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Suggestions As To the Organization and Work of Young Men's Christian Associations Especially in Villages and Country Places. 45th Thousand. 1887. 3 copies. [Box 5]
The Test of Active Membership in Young Men's Christian Associations. (Twenty-First Thousand). 1892. [Box 5]
Suggestions: Religious Work of a YMCA 1880-1888:
Suggestions Concerning the Religious Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1880. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Suggestions Concerning the Religious Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. 1883. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Suggestions Concerning the Religious Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. Eighteenth Thousand. 1885. [Box 5]
Summaries of Reports 1883-1896 (incomplete):
Summary Of Reports From the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and Dominion of Canada, For the Year 1883.1883. [Box 5]
Summary of Reports From American Young Men's Christian Associations. For the Year 1884. 1884. [Box 5]
Summary of Reports from the Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1886. 3 copies. [Box 5]
Summary of Reports From American Young Men's Christian Associations. For the Year 1885. 1885. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Summary of Reports from The College Department Of Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. 1886. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Summary of Reports from The College Department Of Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. 1887. [Box 5]
Summary of Reports From American Young Men's Christian Associations, For the Year 1892. 1892. [Box 5]
Summary of Reports From American Young Men's Christian Associations, For the Year 1886. 1886. [Box 5]
Summary of Reports From American Young Men's Christian Associations, For the Year 1896. 1896. [Box 5]
Supervision and Extension Work Among Young Men 1893-1902:
Supervision and Extension in Work Among Young Men. 1902. [Box 5]
Supervision and Extension Work Among Young Men 1893-1903:
The Special Extension Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. What is it? undated. 2 copies. [Box 5]
Supervision and Extension Work Among Young Men 1893-1904:
The General Agency of Supervision and Extension.1894. [Box 5]
The Test of Active Membership 1880, 1889, 1892:
The Test of Active Membership in Young Men's Christian Associations. 1870. [Box 6]
The Test of Active Membership in Young Men's Christian Associations. (Seventeenth Thousand). 1887. 2 copies. [Box 6]
The Test of Active Membership in Young Men's Christian Associations (Twentieth Thousand). 1889. 2 copies. [Box 6]
The Test of Active Membership in Young Men's Christian Associations (Twenty-first Thousand). 1892. [Box 6]
The Test of Active Membership in Young Men's Christian Associations. 1880. [Box 6]
Testimonies of Eminent Men. (1896?):
Testimonies of Eminent Men. Words of Statesmen, Clergymen, Jurists and Business Men, Concerning the Young Men's Christian Association. [1896?]. [Box 6]
Revised Edition
Topics for Young Men's Meetings and Bible Classes 1880-1888:
300 Topics for The Prayer Meetings of 1880. One for each day, Sundays excepted. For the use of Pastors, Association Secretaries, and others active in Christian Work. 1880. [Box 6]
Three Hundred Topics for Prayer Meetings. 1881. One for each day, Sundays excepted. For the use of Pastors, Association Secretaries, and others active in Christian Work. 1881. [Box 6]
Three Hundred Topics for Prayer Meetings. 1882. One for each day, Sundays excepted. For the use of Pastors, Association Secretaries, and others active in Christian Work. 1882. [Box 6]
Topics for Prayer Meetings, One for Each Day, Sundays excepted. 1883. [Box 6]
Topics for Prayer Meetings, One for Each Day, Sundays excepted. 1884. [Box 6]
Topics for Prayer Meetings, One for Each Day, Sundays excepted. 1885. [Box 6]
Topics for Prayer Meetings, One for Each Day, Sundays excepted. 1886. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Topics for Prayer Meetings, One for Each Day, Sundays excepted. 1887. 3 copies. [Box 6]
Topics for Prayer Meetings, One for Each Day, Sundays excepted. 1888. 4 copies. [Box 6]
Topics for Prayer Meetings 1889-1896:
Topics for Prayer Meetings. One for each day, Sundays excepted, and Fifty-two for Boys’ Meetings. 1889. 4 copies. [Box 6]
Topics for Young Men's Meetings and Bible Classes. One hundred and seventy-five for Young Men's Meetings, fifty-eight for Boys’ Meetings, and fifty-two for Bible Classes. 1890. 3 copies. [Box 6]
Topics for Young Men's Meetings and Bible Classes. One hundred and sixty-two for Young Men's Meetings, fifty-eight for Boys’ Meetings, and ninety-one for Bible Classes. 1891. 3 copies. [Box 6]
Topics for Young Men's Meetings and Bible Classes.1892. 3 copies. [Box 6]
Topics for Young Men's Meetings and Bible Classes.1893. 3 copies. [Box 6]
Topics for Bible Classes and Young Men's Meetings.1894. [Box 6]
Topics for 1895. Topics for Bible Classes and for Boys’ and Young Men's Meetings. 1895. 1895. [Box 6]
Topics for 1896.Topics for Bible Classes and for Boys’ and Young Men's Meetings. 1896. 1896. [Box 6]
The Volunteer Extension Movement -- Weidensall 1898:
The Volunteer Extension Movement. Robert Weidensall.1921. [Box 6]
What the International Committee Has Done….for Associations and Secretaries. 1894:
What the International Committee Has Done and is Doing for Associations and for Secretaries. 1894. [Box 6]
Why America Fights -- Eddy 1942:
Why America Fights. By Sherwood Eddy. 1942. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Why Should We Have a YMCA In Our Town? -- T.G. Darling 1880/1894:
Why Should We Have a Young Men's Christian Association In Our Town? undated. [Box 6]
Why Should We Have a Young Men's Christian Association In Our Town? A Paper by T.G. Darling, D.D. Read before the state association of the Young Men's Christian Association of the State of New York at their Annual Meeting in Rochester, N.Y,. February 12-1. 1880. [Box 6]
Why Should We Have a Young Men's Christian Association In Our Town? A Paper by T.G. Darling, D.D. Read before the state association of the Young Men's Christian Association of the State of New York at their Annual Meeting in Rochester, N.Y,. February 12-1. 1883. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Why Should We Have a Young Men's Christian Association In Our Town? A Paper by T.G. Darling, D.D. Read before the state association of the Young Men's Christian Association of the State of New York at their Annual Meeting in Rochester, N.Y,. February 12-1. 1888. 3 copies. [Box 6]
WoMen's Role Pamphlets. 1887, 1888:
How Women can Assist The Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. By E.W. Watkins. (6th Thousand). 1888. 2 copies. [Box 6]
WoMen's Work for Young Men. With Suggested Rules, Constitution and By-Laws. undated. [Box 6]
The Relation of Women to the Work of a Young Men's Christian Association. undated. [Box 6]
How Women can Help The Young Men's Christian Association. By E.W. Watkins. 1887. [Box 6]
Why Should the Work of the YMCA Be for Young Men Exclusively -- T.G. Darling. 1883-1888:
Why Should The Work of the Young Men's Christian Association be for Young Men Exclusively? A Paper By T.G. Darling. Read before the State Association of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the State of New York at its Annual Meeting in Newburgh, N.Y. 1883. 3 copies. [Box 6]
Why Should The Work of the Young Men's Christian Association be for Young Men Exclusively? A Paper By T.G. Darling. Read before the State Association of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the State of New York at its Annual Meeting in Newburgh, N.Y. 1885. [Box 6]
Why Should The Work of the Young Men's Christian Association be for Young Men Exclusively? A Paper By T.G. Darling. Read before the State Association of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the State of New York at its Annual Meeting in Newburgh, N.Y. 1888. 3 copies. [Box 6]
"The Work" Pamphlets. 1888-1892:
The Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations In Small Towns. 1888. [Box 6]
For Work Among Young Men. 1889. [Box 6]
For Work Among Young Men. 1890. [Box 6]
For Work Among Young Men. 1892. [Box 6]
Work for Boys in a YMCA. 1891:
Work for Boys in a Young Men's Christian Association.1891. [Box 6]
The Work of Information and Relief. 1891:
The Work of Information and Relief in a Young Men's Christian Association. 1891. [Box 6]
YMCAs and Foreign Missions 1890:
Young Men's Christian Associations and Foreign Missions, by Charles K. Ober,. 1890. [Box 6]
The Y.M.C.A. at Home and Abroad. 1922:
The Y.M.C.A at Home and Abroad. 1922. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Young Men Pamphlets 1896,1897:
Thirty Years’ Work Among Young Men. 1886-1896.[1866-1896]. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Young Men and Their Friends. [1897?]. [Box 6]
The Young Men of Our Cities -- R Morse 1886:
The Young Men of our Cities, and of what use the Young Men's Christian Association is to them. By Richard C. Morse. 1886. 3 copies. [Box 6]
The Young Men's Christian Associations AS IT IS -- R. Morse 1880:
The Young Men's Christian Association AS IT IS; Its Field, Work, and Agencies. (24th Thousand). 1880. 4 copies. [Box 6]
Young Men United. -- R. Morse. 1890,1895:
Young Men United for Fellowship, Culture and Service In the Young Men's Christian Association. Richard C. Morse. 1890. 5 copies. [Box 6]
Yours 1898:
Yours. 1898. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: American Social Hygiene Association 1:
Education for Marriage. By M. J. Exner. 1930. [Box 6]
Sex Education in the Home. By Helen W. Brown.1933. [Box 6]
Sex in Life. By Donald B. and Eunice B. Armstrong.1916. [Box 6]
Choosing a Home Partner. By Newell W. Edson.1925. [Box 6]
The Social Hygiene Program - Today and Tomorrow. By C. E. A. Winslow. 1933. [Box 6]
The Established Points in Social Hygiene Education. By Maurice A. Bigelow. 1924. [Box 6]
From Boy to Man. 1930. 2 copies. [Box 6]
A Formula For Sex Education. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: American Social Hygiene Association 2:
Women and Their Health. By William F. Snow. 1933. [Box 6]
A Classified List of Social Hygiene Pamphlets. [Box 6]
Books on Social Hygiene. [Box 6]
"Some Inf’mation for Mother". By John Palmer Gavit.1914, 1916. [Box 6]
Progress in 1930. 1930. [Box 6]
Health for Man and Boy. By William F. Snow. 1933. [Box 6]
Marriage and Parenthood. By William F. Snow.1933. [Box 6]
A Three Point Program in Health Education. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene Education In a City of Medium Size: A Summery Report of the Social Hygiene Educational Campaign Conducted in Reading, Pennsylvania in February, 1933. By Jean B. Pinney. 1933. [Box 6]
1932 in Review: A Summary of National Activities for the Past Year. 1933. [Box 6]
The Teacher's Part in Social Hygiene. 1926. [Box 6]
Hidden Costs in Industry. 1931. [Box 6]
The Barriers are Down -- What Next? 1938. [Box 6]
For Your Home Library. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: American Social Hygiene Association 3:
The Truth Syphilis and Gonorrhea. [Box 6]
The Truth about Syphilis and Gonorrhea. [Box 6]
The Medical Charlatan: Exploiter of the…Sick, Well, Ignorant, Credulous. [Box 6]
Health for Girls. [Box 6]
Health for Men. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene Publications: A Reference List of Books and Pamphlets. [Box 6]
Signs of the Times: A Brief Resume of Social Hygiene in 1929. 1929. [Box 6]
High Points of the Conference on Education for Marriage and Family Social Relations. 1934. [Box 6]
The Case Against Prostitution. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: American Social Hygiene Association 4:
First Annual Report: 1913-1914. 1914. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education 5:
Problems and Principles of Sex Education: A Study of 948 College Men. By M. J. Exner. 1915. 2 copies. [Box 6]
The Question of Petting. By M. J. Exner. 1926. 3 copies. [Box 6]
The Physician's Answer: Medical Authority and Prevailing Misconceptions about Sex. By M. J. Exner. 1913. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education 6:
Sex Education Facts and Attitudes. 1934. [Box 6]
Stepping Out. 1940. [Box 6]
The Sex Side of Life: An Explanation for Young People. By Mary Ware Dennett. 1928. [Box 6]
A Home Study Course in Sex Education for Parents: Six Lessons. [Box 6]
Home Study Course Social Hygiene Guidance: Lesson 1 - Parental Preparation for Training the Child. [Box 6]
Home Study Course Social Hygiene Guidance: Lesson 2 - The Questions Children Ask of Do Not Ask. [Box 6]
Home Study Course Social Hygiene Guidance: Lesson 3 - Preparing the Child for Adolescence. [Box 6]
Home Study Course Social Hygiene Guidance: Lesson 4 - Emotional Health in Adolescence. [Box 6]
Home Study Course Social Hygiene Guidance: Lesson 5 - Some Problems in Adolescence. [Box 6]
Home Study Course Social Hygiene Guidance: Lesson 6 - Looking Ahead to Marriage. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education 7:
Announcement of Proposed Program in Sex Education. 3 copies. [Box 6]
The Young Men's Christian Association and Sex Problems. By H. H. Moore. 1908. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Sex Education Series: Study Number 1 - Developing into Manhood. 1911. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene: Its Pedagogic Aspects, and Its Relation to General Hygiene and Public Health. By Winfield S. Hall. [Box 6]
Instruction Regarding the Sex Life. By Winfield S. Hall. [Box 6]
An Open Letter to Parents. By Winfield S. Hall. [Box 6]
Adolescence and the Sex Problem. By Winfield S. Hall. [Box 6]
Instruction in Social Hygiene in the Public Schools. By C. F. Hodge. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education 8:
Getting Ready to Fall in Love. By Roy E. Dickerson.1948. [Box 6]
Straight from the Shoulder. By Roy E. Dickerson.1944. [Box 6]
Choosing a Home Partner. By Newell W. Edson.1926. [Box 6]
What About Sex. By Seward Hiltner. 1949. [Box 6]
Temptation and How to Meet It. By G. Sherwood Eddy.1920. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Physical Reverence. By L. Bolton Bangs. [Box 6]
Sex Education. [Box 6]
The Interest of the World's Y.M.C.A. in Problems of Sex. By C. E. Silcox. 1927. [Box 6]
Sex Education in the Y.C.M.A. By John Brown.1937. [Box 6]
Suggested Methods for Giving Instruction in Sexual Hygiene to Men and Boys. By Frank N. Seerley. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: Social Hygiene 9:
The Young Men's Christian Association. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: Social Hygiene 9:
Hygienic Work in the Young Men's Christian Association. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: Social Hygiene 9:
Talk on the Prevention of Disease. 1912. [Box 6]
Health Day. 1912. [Box 6]
Connecticut Valley Public Recreation Conference. 1912. [Box 6]
Books Recommended by the Sex Education Committee of the Sunday School Superintendent's Union of Boston and Vicinity. 1913. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: Social Hygiene Pamphlets 10:
A Study Course in Eugenics for Those Who Are Interested in the Improvement of the Human Race. 1 copies. [Box 6]
4 Monster Temptations: Saloon, Card Table, Harlot's Chamber, Secret Vice. By William F. Bischoff. 1884. [Box 6]
Stains, Stings and Scars. Edward Griffin Read.1882. [Box 6]
The Promotion of Personal Purity Among Young Men. By Philip Moxom. 1890. [Box 6]
Social Purity: A Lecture. By John Ferguson. 1891. [Box 6]
Social Purity: A Sermon and An Address. [Box 6]
Sex Hygiene. By S. Wiley Winsor. [Box 6]
SteadyBoy. By S. Wiley Winsor. [Box 6]
Friendly Words to Young Men. [Box 6]
Address of Manliness. 1889. [Box 6]
The General Need for Education in Matters of Sex. [Box 6]
Hygiene Sexual (Portuguese). [Box 6]
The Greatest Evil of Our Time: An Address to Men. By J. Adams Rawlings. [Box 6]
Social Hygiene and Sex Education: Social Hygiene Pamphlets 11:
Discussion Outlines on Sex Problems for Older Boy Groups. By A. J. Gregg. 1926. [Box 6]
Letter from Dr. Exner about recieval of pamphlet
Preliminary Synthesis and Integration of the Returns of the Sex Education Conference. 1920. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Pamphlets 100-1970:
100th Anniversary Recognition Program and International Assembly. 1972. [Box 6]
The 1970 YMCA Constituency Study. 1970. [Box 6]
The 1970's and Beyond. 1968. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Pamphlets A-B:
Achieving and Maintaining Professional Competence in the YMCA. By Jay A. Urice. 1954. 2 copies. [Box 6]
An Approach to Informal Adult Education. A How-To-Do-It Booklet Designed as a Guide For Staff and Committee Planning. 1961. [Box 6]
The Association of Secretaries of the Young Men's Christian Association of North America. 1955. [Box 6]
Attention to Tension: The New York YMCA in the Urban Crisis. [Box 6]
Basic Issues in YMCA Ecumenical Policy and Practice. [Box 6]
Basic Areas of Professional Competence in the YMCA Secretaryship. 1954. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Pamphlets C:
Corpsman's Manual. [Box 6]
The Campus YMCA: Highlights from A National Study. 1960. [Box 6]
Careers in the YMCA. [Box 6]
Child Care: A Plan That Works. 1972. [Box 6]
A Christian's Opportunity. 1943. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Conference Sense. 1950. [Box 6]
Pamphlets D:
Directory of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the Northeast Region. 1970. [Box 6]
Do We Still Need Religion. 1942. [Box 6]
Discovering the YMCA. 1984. 2 copies. [Box 6]
Pamphlets F-H:
The First Fifty Years 1907-1957. 1957. [Box 6]
The Fellowship of Prayer: Lenten Season 1964. 1964. [Box 6]
Foreign Mail. 1904. [Box 6]
The Fact-Finding Conference. 1956. [Box 6]
A Guide to Successful Conference Leadership 1948. [Box 6]
The Hi-Y Movement: An Interpretation. 1938. [Box 6]
Pamphlets J-I:
The Junior Secretaryship in the YMCA: Essential Information and Suggestions for Those Serving Their "Internship" Period as Professional Secretaries in the Young Men's Christian Association. 1954, 1958. [Box 7]
The Junior Secretaryship in the YMCA: Suggestions for Those Who are Just Entering the Professional Ranks of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1937, 1940, 1943, 1954. 3 copies. [Box 7]
The Journal of Social Issues. 1948. [Box 7]
It's Fun to Raise Money for World Service. By Frank B. Lenz. 1953. [Box 7]
Interviewing Techniques for the Non Personnel Executive . 1967. [Box 7]
Pamphlets K-L:
Keeping Faith With the Future: Report of the Tenth North American Assembly on YMCA Work With Youth. 1953. [Box 7]
Let's Make Training Count: Report of the Consultation on the Education and Training of YMCA Secretaries. 1963. [Box 7]
Pamphlets N:
National Training Laboratory in Group Development: Leadership and Participation in Large Group Meetings. 1951. [Box 7]
The New Hi-Y Tool Chest: A Manual for Leaders Officers and Supervisors of Hi-Y Clubs. 1942, 1944. 2 copies. [Box 7]
National Council of YMCAs’ Special Hearing on Indochina . 1971. [Box 7]
Pamphlets O:
On the Beam. 1929. 2 copies. [Box 7]
One Hundred Years and Here We Are The General Secretaries. 1951. [Box 7]
One Hundred Years and Here We Are. By James Lee Ellewood. 1944. [Box 7]
Operating Ratios in the YMCA. How to Collect, Classify, and Organize Data for Administrative and Program Control, Reporting, and Planning. By Leslie J. Tompkins. 1954. [Box 7]
Pamphlets P:
Personality Factors Associated with Individual Conduct In a Training Group Situation. 1956. [Box 7]
Planning for Impact: A Guide to Planning Effective Family Program. By James M. Hardy. 1968. [Box 7]
The Phalanx Fraternity of the Young Men's Christian Association. [Box 7]
Partners in Service. 2 copies. [Box 7]
A Professional Outlook on Group Education. 1947. [Box 7]
Professional Perspectives: Upward Outward - An APD Book of Professional Papers. [Box 7]
A Program Handbook of Young Men's Activities. 1941. [Box 7]
Principles and Practices In the Development of an Informed and Responsible Membership in Young Men's Christian Associations. [Box 7]
Pamphlets R-S:
Sensitivity Training for Personal Growth and More Effective Leadership. 1967. [Box 7]
A Study of Young People. 1966. [Box 7]
Skill, Safety and Sport in Swimming. 1956. [Box 7]
Staff Development: The Supervisor's Job, Training Manual 6 Department of Health, Education and Welfare. 1954. [Box 7]
The School of Association War Work. 1918. [Box 7]
Report of the Western Area Conference of Army and Navy YMCA Secretaries. 1941. [Box 7]
The Role of the YWCA in a Changing Era. By Dan W. Dodson. 1960. [Box 7]
Report of the Transportation Department: YMCA Consultation. 1971. [Box 7]
Pamphlets T:
Ten Critical Forces Challenge YMCA Camping. 1966. 2 copies. [Box 7]
A Time to Listen… A Time to Act. 1967. [Box 7]
The Traveling Secretary: Papers on the Work of General Agency Secretaries of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1945. [Box 7]
Tools for the Task. By Sonya M. Baker and Alden Eberly. 1950. [Box 7]
Teaching Adults in Informal Courses. By Malcolm S. Knowles. 1954. [Box 7]
Pamphlets W:
Working Together. Democratic Procedures In Association Administration. By Jay A. Urice. 1947. [Box 7]
What of the Future of Student YMCA's. 1941. [Box 7]
We Are Not Alone. 1855 Paris 1955. World's Alliance of YMCAs. A Guide to Study and Discussion World Conference of Young Men.1955. [Box 7]
Pamphlets Y-YMCA S:
Y-Manual: The Official National Guide for Advisers, Officers, and Members of Y-Gradale. 1954. [Box 7]
YMCA Recruiting Guide. 1966. [Box 7]
YMCA Boards and Committees of Management in 1973. 1974. [Box 7]
The YMCA in the Next Decade: Is This Where We Want to Be? By James M. Hardy. 1968. [Box 7]
The YMCA in the Streets. 1969. [Box 7]
Pamphlets YMCA S:
YMCA Work with Young Men. 1951. [Box 7]
YMCA's and Year Round Schooling. By John R. Fisher.1974[?]. [Box 7]
The "Y" Secretary and Social Issues: Case Studies in Social Leadership. 1943. 2 copies. [Box 7]
Pamphlets A:
Achieving and Maintaining Professional Competence in the YMCA. By Jay A. Urice. 1954. [Box 7]
Aquatic Standards For Y.M.C.A. Camps. New Series Vol. V.1946. 2 copies. [Box 7]
Association Boys’ Work Journal of The Young Men's Christian Association. Third Quarter 1954. 1954. [Box 7]
Association Boys’ Work Journal of The Young Men's Christian Association. First Quarter 1955. 1955. [Box 7]
Association Boys’ Work Journal of The Young Men's Christian Association. Third Quarter 1956. 1956. [Box 7]
Pamphlets B:
Be Y's. Join Today! 1964 Enrollment Handbook.1964. 2 copies. [Box 7]
Boys and Girls Together. A Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Manual for Cooperative Planning Among Teen-Age Groups. 1944. [Box 7]
Boys’ Work Advances. By Abel J. Gregg. 1934. [Box 7]
Boys’ Work Committee In the Young Men's Christian Association. 1949. [Box 7]
Basic Areas of Professional Competence in the YMCA Secretaryship. 1954. [Box 7]
Battle for the TV Ratings. 1971 YMCA Enrollment Handbook. 1971. [Box 7]
Beginning of the Trail. A Project Book for Father and Son "Y" Indian Guides. 1950. [Box 7]
Pamphlets C:
Charting Group Progress. By Saul Bernstein. 1949. [Box 7]
Christian Understanding of Sex. 1949. [Box 7]
Christian Youth. Preparing for Marriage and Home Life. A Guide to Youth Action. 1945. [Box 7]
Churches and the Y.M.C.A. at Work With Boys. By Abel J. Gregg. 1934. [Box 7]
Confidence Method of Teaching Swimming. Six Simple Steps and YOU Swim. undated. [Box 7]
Camp Counselor's Manual. A Manual of Principle and Practice. (revised). 1946. [Box 7]
Camp Counselor's Manual. (new revised edition). 1958. 2 copies. [Box 7]
Changing Needs & New Perspectives. The Report of the Y.M.C.A. National Commission 1968-70. 1970. [Box 7]
Pamphlets D:
Developing Christian Personality and Building a Christian Society. A Study of Religious Effectiveness of Y.M.C.A.'s. By James W. McCandless. 1949. [Box 7]
Director's Manual, Book 4. For Certified Directors.1979. [Box 7]
Dynamic Democracy. How American Youth, Through Their Own Organizations, Work to Strengthen America. undated. [Box 7]
Day Camp Book. Planning, Administration, Program Activities. 1942. [Box 7]
Department of Buildings. Bureau of Fire Alarm Telegraph and Electrical Appliances for the City of New York. 1892. [Box 7]
Pamphlets F:
Fifty Cases for Camp Counselors. (revised edition) By Roland W. Ure. 1946. [Box 7]
Father and Son Y-Indian Guides. 1955. [Box 7]
Fellow Workmen For God. A Guide to Study and Discussion Twenty Second World Conference. 1955. 2 copies. [Box 7]
Pamphlets G:
Guide to Group Study. undated. [Box 7]
Study of the book: New Perspectives for the YMCA by Paul. M. Limbert.
Games of the XVIII Olympiad Tokyo. Athletics. Official Programme, No. 7 The National Stadium. 1964. [Box 7]
Games of the XVIII Olympiad Tokyo. Athletics. Official Programme, No. 3. The National Stadium. 1964. [Box 7]
Games of the XVIII Olympiad Tokyo. Judo. Official Programme. The Nippon Budokan Hall. 1964. [Box 7]
Games of the XVIII Olympiad Tokyo. Volley-Ball. Official Programme. Komazawa Volley-Ball Court. Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium.1964. [Box 7]
Getting Your Ideas Across Through Writing. Training Manual No. 7. 1950. [Box 7]
Gra-Y Manual for Leaders. A Club Program for boys 9 to 12 years of age. 1954. [Box 7]
Guide for Trainers of Day Camp Directors. 1953. [Box 7]
Pamphlets H:
How Religion Functions in the Local Y.M.C.A.1938. [Box 7]
How to Lead Discussions. Leadership Pamphlets #1.1956. [Box 7]
How to Teach Adults. Leadership Pamphlets #5.1955. [Box 7]
Handbook for Hi-Y Officers. By Clarence G. Moser.1950. 2 copies. [Box 7]
Pamphlets J-L:
Join the Y. Keep Fit. Have Fun. 1965 Enrollment Handbook. 1965. [Box 7]
Join the Y. Keep Fit. Have Fun. 1966 Enrollment Handbook. 1966. [Box 7]
Junior Secretaryship in the YMCA. Essential information and suggestions for those serving their "Internship" period as Professional Secretaries in the Young Men's Christian Association. 1958. [Box 7]
Knights of the Round Table. 1969 Enrollment Handbook.1969. [Box 7]
Laws Relating to Buildings in the City of New York.undated. [Box 7]
Lets Start a "Y". By E. W. Barnes. 1945. [Box 7]
Pamphlets M:
Making Yours A Better Board. Articles reprinted from Family Service Highlights. 1955. [Box 7]
Marks of Good Boys’ Work. A Procedure for the Administration of National Standards for Y.M.C.A. Boys’ Work. 1950. [Box 7]
Membership Enrollment Handbook. 1960. [Box 7]
More Than Mere Words. The Young Men's Christian Association Statement of Purpose. 1972. [Box 7]
Pamphlets N-O:
National YMCA Camping Standards. 1970. [Box 7]
New Hope for Youth -- A Growing Challenge for the YMCA.[1964?]. [Box 7]
Northeast Region YMCA's Directory and Staff Roster 1977.1977. [Box 7]
One Hundred Years and Here We Are. By James L. Ellenwood. 1944. [Box 7]
One Hundred Years In Retrospect. A High Personal Look at YMCA History. [after 1977]. [Box 7]
Reprinted from the 100th Anniversary Issue of the YMCA Yearbook and Official Roster.
Operating Ratios in the YMCA. How to collect, classify, and organize data for administrative and program control, reporting, and planning. By Leslie J. Tompkins. 1954. [Box 7]
Pamphlets P:
Place of the YMCA in the American Community.1956. 2 copies. [Box 7]
Players Manual. Book 2. 1980. [Box 7]
Population Changes and Their Implications for the Young Men's Christian Association. [1952?]. [Box 7]
Perspectives For Social Relevance in Long-Range Planning. For use by YMCA's and other voluntary organizations. 1973. 2 copies. [Box 7]
Pulling Power of Membership. A Manual of Principle and Practice. 1937. [Box 7]
Partners in Service. undated. [Box 7]
Progressive Swimming and Springboard Diving Program.1972. [Box 7]
Pamphlets R:
Religious Emphasis in the YMCA and the Association's Relationship to the Church. undated. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Report of the World Conference of YMCA Secretaries. August 12-15, 1955. 1955. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Pamphlets S:
Standard Sports Areas for Industrial, School, Private and Public Recreation Leaders. 1956. [Box 8]
Study-Guide for the Executive Role in Y.M.C.A. Administration. [1954?]. [Box 8]
Second Century Horizons for Y.M.C.A. Work with Boys.1947. [Box 8]
So You Want To Be A Camp Counselor. By Elmer Ott. 1949. [Box 8]
Supervision and Consultation. Leadership Pamphlet #7. 1956. [Box 8]
Strengths of Black Families. 1975. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Pamphlets T:
Talk-A-Skits for Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs. By Howard M. Shinn, Jr. 1949. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Today's Priorities In Human Relations. 1953. [Box 8]
Training for Outdoor Leadership. 1950. [Box 8]
The Trouble Is -- People are always changing…and they forget to tell each other. By William H. Genne. undated. [Box 8]
Reprinted from the 100th Anniversary Issue of the YMCA Yearbook and Official Roster.
Pamphlets U-W:
Understanding and Using Values. 1975. [Box 8]
Vesper Outline for Summer Camps. Bible Readings and Questions for Discussion in Cabin Vesper Services. undated. [Box 8]
We Are Not Alone. 1855 Paris 1955. World's Alliance of YMCAs. A Guide to Study and Discussion World Conference of Young Men. [Box 8]
Working Together. Democratic Procedures In Association Administration. By Jay A. Urice. 1947. [Box 8]
Pamphlets Y-YMCA B:
Young Adult and Family Camping. Number I in the Series of Monographs on Modern Camping. 1951. [Box 8]
Young Man's View of the Ministry. By S. M. Shoemaker.1946. [Box 8]
Young Men and Young Women. New Insights on Becoming Adult. A study of their status, needs, interests, activities, hopes, attitudes…in Society, in the YMCA. By Allen S. Ellsworth. 1963. [Box 8]
Youth Basketball Association. 1975. [Box 8]
YMCA at Work in the Inner City. A City for Study-Action.undated. [Box 8]
YMCA Boards and Committees of Management in 1973.1974. [Box 8]
Youth and Government. Handbook. undated. [Box 8]
Pamphlets YMCA C-:
YMCA Camping. An Abbreviated History. By Eugene A. Turner, Jr. 1984. 2 copies. [Box 8]
YMCA Pigskin Parade. 1967 Enrollment Handbook.1967. [Box 8]
YMCA Enrollment Derby. 1968 Enrollment Handbook.1968. [Box 8]
YMCA Policies for the Future. The National Council Considers the YMCA in the Modern Community. 1957. [Box 8]
YMCA on the Western Frontier. By Rudy Abrecht.1964. 2 copies. [Box 8]
YMCA Work with Young Men. 1951. [Box 8]
Y We Want. Report of the National YMCA Young Adult Assembly. 1954. [Box 8]
YMCA of the USA. 1980 Report. 1980. [Box 8]
"YMCA Salute to the Military" Pamphlet May 8, 1989:
YMCA Salute to the Military. 1989. [Box 8]
"YMCA Salute to the Military" Pamphlet May 8, 1990:
Raytheon Achievement Awards. 1989. [Box 8]
Miscellaneous Pamphlets:
Jacob Titus Bowne. [Box 8]
The Story of Paris: A Brief Descriptive Guide to Points of Interest in the City. [Box 8]
France Our Ally. By B. Van Vorst. 1918. [Box 8]
Vive La France. By B. Van Vorst. [Box 8]
Army and Navy Y.M.C.A. in the Paris Area at the Service of the Allied Expeditionary Forces. [Box 8]
The Soldiers’ French Phrase Book. [Box 8]
Work and Sing International Songbook. [Box 8]
Singing is the Thing. [Box 8]
Youth Sings. [Box 8]
Our Student Movement Sings. [Box 8]
Think on These Things. 1943. [Box 8]
New Testament Ideals for the Present World Task. Daily Readings for 1919 Arranged for Bible Discussion Groups. 1919. [Box 8]
The Bible When You Want It. 1932. [Box 8]
Counsel & Comfort for Soldiers & Sailors on Active Service. [Box 8]
YMCA African-American Origins in YMCA Washington D.C.:
Let Us Celebrate Together 125 Years of YMCA Service to Black Communities…Service that Helps Move Our Country Towards Fulfillment of its Highest Ideals. [Box 8]
Pamphlets-Misc.:
150 Years of African-American Service in the YMCA: A Brief History of the YMCA and African-American Communities. [Box 8]
The IMC Story. [Box 8]
What in the World do You Want for Your YMCA? Learn How Your YMCA can Become International! [Box 8]
2001 YMCA World Service Campaign. 2001. [Box 8]
2000 International Relationships & Contributions Report. 2000. [Box 8]
YMCA Mo’ Money Associates Your Total Promotional Headquarters. [Box 8]
150th Anniversary General Assembly. 2001. [Box 8]
Pamphlets: National Swimming and Diving Championships 1972:
1972 Nationals Swimming and Diving Championships. 1972. [Box 8]
Pamphlets: National Swimming and Diving Championships 1978:
The 1978 National YMCA Swimming and Diving Championships. 1978. [Box 8]
Pamphlets: National Swimming and Diving Championships 1987:
National YMCA Swimming and Diving Championships: Final Results Friday. 1987. [Box 8]
National YMCA Swimming and Diving Championships: Final Results Saturday. 1987. [Box 8]
Pamphlets: Phys "Y" Edit 1975:
Phys Y Edit The National Board of YMCA's is Pleased to Announce the Appointment of…. 1975. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Pamphlets "Teaching Johnny to Swim" & Supplement on Artificial Respiration 1957:
Teaching Johnny to Swim: A Manual for Parents. 1957. [Box 8]
Pamphlets "Teaching Johnny to Swim" & Supplement on Artificial Respiration 1958:
A Supplement on Artificial Respiration to Accompany Red Cross Textbooks: First Aid, First Aid Textbook for Juniors, Life Saving and Water Safety, and Teaching Johnny to Swim. 1959. [Box 8]
Pamphlets "Trip of Trap" (Anti-Drug Stickers) 1970:
Trip or Trap Button Book. 1970. [Box 8]
Pamphlets "Running for Fun…" 1970:
Running for Fun and Fitness for Everyone. 1970. [Box 8]
Pamphlets "Swimming for Fun" 1953:
Swimming for Fun: Your Y.M.C.A. Swimming Safety Handbook . [Box 8]
National YMCA Health & Physical Education Assembly 1969:
National YMCA Health & Physical Education Assembly. 4 copies. [Box 8]
P.T. Aquatics National YMCA Aquatic Program ND:
Aquatics National YMCA Aquatic Program Basic Information. 2 copies. [Box 8]
150 Years of African American Service in the YMCA 2003:
150 Years of African-American Service in the YMCA Anniversary & Conference. 2003. [Box 8]
"A Family Approach to Youth Sports" ND:
"A Family Approach to Youth Sports" Order Forms. 3 copies. [Box 8]
"Boating Fun" ca. 1960s:
Boating Fun: Skill, Safety and Sport in Small Boat Handling. [Box 8]
University YMCA Welcome Home Celebration:
University YMCA Welcome Home Celebration. Metropolitan Minneapolis YMCA. 2000. 2 copies. [Box 8]
L.A. Amendment, "The Transformation":
The Los Angeles Amendment Bulletin No. 1. [Box 8]
The Transformation. [Box 8]
Extending the Program & Services, Southern Area Council:
Extending the Program and Services of the Young Men's Christian Association to the Whole Metropolitan Area. 1958. 3 copies. [Box 8]
Central Atlantic Council:
Your National Council in Action. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Dare. 1970. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Association Work, Central Atlantic Area Council:
Leadership Points the Way. 1950. [Box 8]
The Dynamic YMCA. 1950. [Box 8]
Power for Living. 1948. 5 copies. [Box 8]
A Young Man's Idea: 1851-1951 After 100 Years in America. 1951. 11 copies. [Box 8]
Southwest Area Council:
Southwest Area Council YMCAs Financial Report. 1975. 2 copies. [Box 8]
A Sample Check List. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Area Staff Assignments. [Box 8]
Southern Area Council:
Twenty Ninth Annual Meeting Southern Area Council. 1968. 2 copies. [Box 8]
Pacific Northwest Area Council:
Seabeck Summer School. 1951. 3 copies. [Box 8]
Ohio-West Virginia Council: Anniversary Souvenir Program:
Anniversary Souvenir Program: The Annual Meeting of the Ohio-West Virginia Council of YMCAs. 1967. 3 copies. [Box 8]
Cephas Brainerd Library:
Listing of Cephas Brainerd Library Pamphlets. [Box 8]
Spalding Official Basket Ball Guide 1800's:
Spaldings Athletic Library Official Basketball Guide. 1896. [Box 9]
Official Basketball Pocket Score Book. [Box 9]
Children's Charities 1900's:
Reprinted from Charities and The Commons. 1906. [Box 9]
Children's Charities -- Announcement. [Box 9]
Misc. Child Study Etc. 1900's:
The Social Evil in University Life. By Robert N. Wilson.1905. [Box 9]
Publications of the Child Study Association of America, Inc.- For Parent Educators and Those Who Work With Parents. 1960. [Box 9]
Publications of the Child Study Association of America, Inc.- For Parents. 1960. [Box 9]
Adult Education in American Education Week. 1960. [Box 9]
The Fight for Character. By Henry Churchill King.1918. [Box 9]
44 Charles Burchfield Drawings. By Charles Burchfield.1973. [Box 9]
World Youth Congress 1930's:
World Youth Congress Geneva. 1936. [Box 9]
2nd World Youth Congress. 1938. [Box 9]
Second World Youth Congress. 1938. [Box 9]
Youth Demands A Peaceful World. 1938. [Box 9]
Second World Youth Congress United State. 1938. [Box 9]
American Youth Congress:
Proceedings Congress of Youth. 1939. [Box 9]
Here are the Facts: Is the American Youth Congress a Communist Front. By Murray Plavner. 1939. [Box 9]
Program of American Youth Congress. 1934. [Box 9]
The American Youth Congress, What it is, How it works. 1937. [Box 9]
Model Legislature Christians and Amusements 1949:
Endorsements. By Robert R. White , D. E. Lorenz, and Albert L. Evans. 1949. [Box 9]
Model Legislature. 1940. [Box 9]
The Christian and Amusements: Is Dancing sinful? Is Card-Playing Wrong? Is Theater-Going Harmful? By William Edward Biederwolf.1911. [Box 9]
Human Relations Aides 1949 and 50's:
Human Relations in Modern Business. By Robert Wood Johnson. 1949. [Box 9]
Home Play and Play Equipment. By Adele Franklin.1960. [Box 9]
A Family Play: Help Wanted. By Marjorie E. Watson and Irving Brown. 1960. 2 copies. [Box 9]
The Children's Charter. 1931. [Box 9]
Human Relations Aides 1950's:
Human Relations Training News… and Notes. 1957. [Box 9]
Human Relations Aids 1950's:
New Books on Parenthood and Family Life. 1956. [Box 9]
Workshops in Human Relations. 1957. [Box 9]
"Understanding the Other Sex". [Box 9]
Human Relations Aids. 1958. [Box 9]
Human Relations Training News. 1960. [Box 9]
White House Conference on Children in a Democracy. 1940. [Box 9]
The Worry-Go-Round - How to Understand Your Everyday Tensions. 1955. [Box 9]
Human Relations Training News… and Notes vol. 2 no.1. 1956. [Box 9]
Can Human Dignity Survive? By Dan W. Dodson. [Box 9]
Summit at the Grassroots. [Box 9]
Organization and Personnel Engaged in Human Relations Activities in the South. 1959. [Box 9]
Help Wanted. 1960. [Box 9]
When a Parent is Mentally Ill: What to Say to Your Child. 1960. [Box 9]
20,870 Clergymen on War and Economic Injustice. By C. R. Scott. [Box 9]
Human Relations Aids. [Box 9]
Dear NTL Colleague. 1951. [Box 9]
A Family Affair. [Box 9]
The Retarded Child in the Community. [Box 9]
Your Body During Adolescence. [Box 9]
And So They Grow. [Box 9]
New Books on Parenthood and Family Life. [Box 9]
Memo to Subscribers. [Box 9]
The Rabbit Brothers. By Robert Kraus. [Box 9]
The Retarded Child in the Community. By Katharine G. Ecob. [Box 9]
Packet 11. 1955. [Box 9]
Dear Subscriber. 1956. [Box 9]
World Assembly of Youth 1950's:
World Youth Assembly of Youth 1951 General Assembly. 1951. [Box 9]
Reports and Resolutions of the 3rd General Assembly and the 7th Council of the World Assembly of Youth. [Box 9]
American Civil Liberties Union 1940's:
The Free Society. 1945. [Box 9]
In Defense of Our Liberties. 1944. [Box 9]
By The People. 1959-1960. [Box 9]
American Civil Liberties Union 1950's:
The Past Is Prologue. 1957-1958. [Box 9]
Clearing the Main Channels. 1954-1955. [Box 9]
Civil Rights 1950's:
The Civil Rights Story…1957. By Theodore Leskes. 1958. [Box 9]
The People Take The Lead. 1948-1957. [Box 9]
Trends in Government: Civil Liberties and the Cold War. 1949. [Box 9]
Trends in Government: Civil Liberties and Investigating Committees. 1949. [Box 9]
Trends in Government: Civil Liberties and the Federal Loyalty Program. 1949. [Box 9]
Civil Liberties Union In Massachusetts. [Box 9]
Civil Rights, Eisenhower, 1948-1958:
The People Take The Lead. By Dwight D. Eisenhower.1948-1958. [Box 9]
Civil Liberties 1950's:
Individual Freedom and the Common Defense. By Walter Millis. 1957. [Box 9]
Liberty is Always Unfinished Business. 1955-1956. [Box 9]
"we hold these truths…" Freedom Justice Equality. 1951-1953. [Box 9]
UNESCO 1960's:
The New Europe and the United States: new directions. 1963. [Box 9]
UNESCO is a Decisive Decade. 1963. [Box 9]
Memorandum- United States National Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization. By J. E. Sproul. 1964. [Box 9]
U.S. National Commission for UNESCO- Roster of Membership. 1964. [Box 9]
U.S. National Commission for UNESCO- Obligations and Oppertunities of National Commission Members. [Box 9]
U.S. National Commission for UNESCO-Twenty-fifth Meeting March 31-April 2, 1964 Department of State Washington, D.C. Provisional Agenda. 1964. [Box 9]
U.S. National Commission for UNESCO- Guidebook on International Understanding Announced. 1964. [Box 9]
U.S. National Commission for UNESCO- New Developments Outlined at Commission Meeting. [Box 9]
A Reading and Study Guide for Students in Marriage and Family Relations. By Lester A. Kirkendall. 1960. [Box 9]
Experimental Design for Character Research:
Experimental Design for Character Research. By E.M. Ligon. [Box 9]
Worksheets on Morale:
Worksheets on Morale. By G.W. Allport and Dr. H.A. Murray. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency 1950's:
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- the Children's Bureau and Juvenile Delinquency Number 1 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Sociological Theories and Their Implications for Juvenile Delinquency Number 2 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Selected, Annotated Readings on Group Services in the Treatment and Control of Juvenile Delinquency Number 3 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Delinquency Prevention the Size of the Problem Number 4 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Identifying Potential Delinquents Number 5 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Family Courts an Urgent Need Number 6 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Coordination of the National Effort for Dealing with Juvenile Delinquency Number 7 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Current Training Needs in the Field of Juvenile Delinquency Number 8 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Helping Delinquent Children. 1953. [Box 9]
Parents and Delinquency a report of a Conference. 1954. [Box 9]
What's Happening to Delinquent Children in Your Town? 1953. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- How Effective are Services for the Treatment of Delinquents? Number 9 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Comparison of Expenditures and Estimated Standard Cost for Selected Juvenile Delinquency Services Number 10 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Delinquency and the Adolescent Crisis Number 11 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- State Agencies and Juvenile Delinquency Number 12 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency 1960:
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Staff and Training for Juvenile Law Enforcement in Urban Police Departments Number 13 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Community Programs and Projects for the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency Number 14 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- Survey of Probation Officers, 1959 Number 15 1960. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency 1960:
Juvenile Delinquency Facts/Facets- A Survey of Sociological Instructors Who Teach Undergraduate Courses in Corrections. 1960. [Box 9]
American Youth Commission 1940's & 50's:
The Community and Its Young People. By M.M. Chambers.1940. [Box 9]
Youth Agency- Labor Union Cooperation. [Box 9]
Youth's Need for Challenge and Place In American Society: Its Implications for Adults and Adult Institutions. By Roy Sorenson.1962. 2 copies. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency 1940's:
The Journal of Educational Sociology: Juvenile Delinquency in the War Period. 1942. [Box 9]
Problems Presented in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Annual Report for 1957 to the Board of Chosen Freeholders, Essex County, New Jersey. 1957. [Box 9]
Problems Presented in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Annual Report for 1956 to the Board of Chosen Freeholders, Essex County, New Jersey. 1956. [Box 9]
Recommendations on Standards for Detention of Juveniles and Adults. 1945. [Box 9]
The National Conference on Prevention and Control of Juvenile Delinquency- Summaries of Recommendations for Action. 1947. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency in Certain Countries at War- A Brief Review of Available Foreign Sources. 1918. [Box 9]
Wartime Health and Education- Report from the Subcommittee on Wartime Health and Education to the Committee on Education and Labor United States Senate. 1944. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency and the Schools in Wartime. 1943. [Box 9]
Child Labor Committee:
Child Workers in Wartime. By Gertrude Folks Zimand.1942. [Box 9]
It's War! How Can the Children Help? [Box 9]
Send Me!. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency 1950's:
The Effectiveness of Delinquency Prevention Programs. By Edith Tufts and Helen L. Witmer. 1954. [Box 9]
A Look at Juvenile Delinquency. 1960. [Box 9]
Controlling Juvenile Delinquency- A Community Program. 1943. [Box 9]
National Conference for the Prevention and Control of Juvenile Delinquency. 1946. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency 1940's:
Comic Books and Juvenile Delinquency A part of the Investigation of Juvenile Delinquency in the United States: Interim Report of the Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency to the Committee on the Judiciary. 1955. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency 1940's:
The Morals of Youth in War Time. By Eleanor T Glueck.1941. [Box 9]
Youth and Delinquency in an Inadequate Society. By LeRoy Bowman. 1960. [Box 9]
Juvenile Delinquency. By Ben Solomon. 1930. [Box 9]
The Relationship Between Problems of Children and the Problems of Manpower. By Marshall Field. 1942. [Box 9]
Physical Recreation 1940"s:
Physical Recreation Section Games, Athletics, Mass Activities, Stunts. By George O. Draper. [Box 9]
On Stage. By Elaine and Douglas Monahan. 1952. [Box 9]
The Unique Mission of the Summer Camp. By C. Walton Johnson. 1960. [Box 9]
Committee for Mental Hygiene 1940's:
Morale The Mental Hygiene of Unemployment. George K. Pratt. 1933. [Box 9]
The Proceedings of the National Conference of Juvenile Agencies. 1940. [Box 9]
Work with Delinquents 1940's:
The Group - Group Work with Delinquents. By R.D. McCleary. 1946. [Box 9]
Correctional Methods and Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents. W.L. Treadway. 1919. [Box 9]
The American Child - Shall Children Work in Wartime? 1942. [Box 9]
The American Child - The Dilemma Facing High School Students. 1942. [Box 9]
The Child - Juvenile Delinquency Issue. 1952. [Box 9]
Character Education. 1926. [Box 9]
Problems in Juvenile Courts 1940-1960's:
Problems Presented in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court - Annual Report for 1947 to the Board of Chosen Freeholders. 1947. [Box 9]
Why the Swastika? A Study of Young American Vandals. 1962. [Box 9]
Problems Presented in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court of Essex County- Annual Report for 1963 to the Board of Chosen Freeholders. 1963. [Box 9]
4th General Assembly 9th Council of Way 1962:
4th General Council 9th Council of Way Aarhus Denmark 1962 Reports and Resolutions. 1962. [Box 9]
YMCA Today and Tomorrow 1950's:
Our Responsibility to Non-Christian Members. By P.D. Devanandan. 1953. [Box 9]
Committees at Work. 1955. [Box 9]
Fundamentals of Group Work. By R.J. Solomon.1955. [Box 9]
Girls’ and Boys’ Work Services of the YMCA and the YMCA of Milwaukee. [Box 9]
What am I Doing to Older Boys in My Leadership of them? 1927. [Box 9]
Leader's Handbook Hendrick Hudson Division of the Pioneers. 1927. [Box 9]
How to Lead a Pioneer Club. 1927. [Box 9]
Straight Talk for Disabled Veterans. By Edna Yost.1945. [Box 9]
Introducing the Candidate Secretaries of Pennsylvania. 1960. [Box 9]
Community Education in Foreign Affairs- A Report on Activities in Nineteen American Cities. 1946. [Box 9]
A Commission Report on Administration 1914:
A Commission Report on Administration. 1914. [Box 10]
Hansen, College Deputations for Evangelistic Work 1921:
College Deputations for Evangelistic Work. By Fred M. Hansen. 1921. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Murray, The Choice of a Life Work 1922:
The Choice of a Life Work. By J. Lovell Murray.1922. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Tinker, Life Work 1922:
Life Work- A Statement of Principles, Methods, and Programs that May be Helpful to Student Young Men's Christian Associations, in the Conduct of Their Life Work Guidance and Recruiting Service. By W.H. Tinker.1922. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Ames Social Adjustment through the YMCA 1927:
Social Adjustment Through the Young Men's Christian Associations. By J. Quincy Ames. 1927. [Box 10]
Ames, The Evangelical Test 1907, 1925:
The Evangelical Test A statement of Opinions. By G.K. Shurtleff. 1907. [Box 10]
The Evangelical Test- A Review of the History of an Important Policy of the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. By J. Quincy Ames. 1925. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Ames Balanced Personality 1926:
Balanced Personality- The Goal of the Activities of the Young Men's Christian Associations. By J. Quincy Ames. 1926. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Rosebush, Rethinking the YMCA 1933:
Rethinking the YMCA. By Judson G. Rosebush. 1933. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Sioux Indian YMCA 1980's:
Sioux Indian YMCAs. 1980. 3 copies. [Box 10]
International Notes. 1980. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Overseas Personnel 1980's:
Season's Greetings from Overseas Personnel Programs- Working for Peace and International Understanding in the New Year. 1985. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA of the USA at Home & Abroad. 1986. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Overseas Personnel: Bringing People That are Worlds Apart Closer Together. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Fund for African Crisis 1980's:
YMCA Fund for the African Crisis. 6 copies. [Box 10]
International Issues and Program Opportunities. [Box 10]
Priority: Africa. 2 copies. [Box 10]
World Service 1980's:
1983 World Service Commitments. 1983. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA World Service Reaching Out to Children 6 copies. [Box 10]
Give to YMCA World Service. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA World Service. 1985. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA World Service 1985 International Report. 1985. [Box 10]
You Didn't Save the World Last Year. Just a Part of it.1985. [Box 10]
International Division 1980's:
International Update November 1981. 1981. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Y-Indian Guide Programs. 2 copies. [Box 10]
International Issues and Program Opportunities. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Professionals Abroad/World Service Workers Sponsorship. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Professionals Abroad/World Service Workers. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Center for International Management Studies 3 copies. [Box 10]
International Division YMCA of USA World Service. 3 copies. [Box 10]
International Priorities in 1984. 1984. 3 copies. [Box 10]
International Programs of the YMCAs of the USA. [Box 10]
International Program Development. 3 copies. [Box 10]
We Make a Difference…. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Passport to Partnership. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Teaching Conversational English in the YMCA English Schools of Taiwan. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Hispanic YMCA 1980's:
The Second National YMCA Hispanic Program Conference Growing Stronger Hispanics and the Y. 1987. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Endowment Development Staff Profile:
Endowment Staff Profiles. 1980. 3 copies. [Box 10]
International Notes Personnel Notes 1980's:
Youth Employment A Y's Investment. 1987. 2 copies. [Box 10]
International Notes Volume 1 Number 1. 1987. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Personnel Notes 1986. 1986. 2 copies. [Box 10]
National Council 1980's:
YMCA Statesmanship Project XIII- YMCA Educational Seminar South America through History, Government, Commerce, Education and the Arts. 1983. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Biennial Meeting of the National Council July 9-11, 1981 Kansas City, Missouri. 1981. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Preparing for the Future- 1983 Biennial Meeting National Council of YMCAs- Palmer House Chicago, Illinois May 12-14. 1983. [Box 10]
National Aquatic Conference 1980's:
10th National YMCA Aquatic Conference August 10-14, 1983 . 1983. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Plan Now to Attend the 10th YMCA National Aquatic Conference. 1983. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Training Certificates 1980's:
Y's Way to Strength Training Instructor. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Physical Fitness Leader. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Y's Way to Weight Management Instructor. [Box 10]
Y's Way to Stress Management Instructor. 3 copies. [Box 10]
In Recognition as a YMCA Director. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Active Older Adult Program. 3 copies. [Box 10]
You & Me Baby. 3 copies. [Box 10]
This is to Certify that has Completed The Arthritis Aquatic Program. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Resident Camp Standards. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Congratulations As a Member of the first National Program Institute. 3 copies. [Box 10]
United Nations 1980's:
The United Nations Celebrates Forty Years. 1986. 2 copies. [Box 10]
The YMCA, Our Town, and the United Nations. 1984. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Camping 1980's:
YMCA Camping Planning for the Next 100 Years. 1984. [Box 10]
Recognition for Compliance. 2 copies. [Box 10]
1985 World Camps In Search of Common Ground 1985. [Box 10]
Come on Down… to Key West and the National YMCA Center for Underwater Activities. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Camping Centennial Series #1. 1985. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Comprehensive Camping and Land Planning Services. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Camping Centennial Planner. [Box 10]
YMCA National Youth Project Using Minibikes 1985/1986. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Health Enhancement 1980's:
Save the Date: Third National YMCA Consultation on Health Enhancement. 1982. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Health Enhancement Program Survey February 1982. 1982. [Box 10]
Third National YMCA Consultation on Health Enhancement Management, Marketing, Public Relations for Physical Fitness and Exercise. 1982. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Career Development 1980's:
The YMCA Professional A Career for Men and Women. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Personnel Policies & Benefits. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Preparing for the Future - 1983 Biennial Meeting National Council of YMCAs- Palmer House Chicago, Illinois May 12-14. 1983. [Box 10]
Creating Leaders: Traditions & Trends in the YMCA. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Professional Recognition Program. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Congratulations. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Career Development. 1982. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Career Candidate Program Registration. 4 copies. [Box 10]
National Career Development Program. 1984. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Career Candidate Program for the Y Director. [Box 10]
Thinking About Working for the YMCA Seriously.3 copies. [Box 10]
Discovery YMCA Rate Card #3. 1985. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Discovery YMCA Readership Survey. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Career Resource Centers. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Creating Leaders: Traditions & Trends in the YMCA Summer 1985. 1985. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Creating Leaders: Traditions & Trends in the YMCA John Fisher Recognition Dinner. 1985. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Another Option Careers in the YMCA. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Member Service Training Package Making Our Caring Power Known. 1980's. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Career Development Program Training Calendar Spring, 1984. 1984. 3 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Preparing for the Future 1983 Biennial Meeting National Council of YMCAs. 1983. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Career Development Program Training Calendar Spring, 1983. 1983. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Consider the Center…. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Association Records Manual 1980's:
Association Record Manual. 1986. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Misc. and Y Corps, Retired Directors 1980's:
Message For. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Please Respond. [Box 10]
The National Headquarters of the YMCA has Just Moved to Chicago. [Box 10]
Christmas 1987. 1987. 3 copies. [Box 10]
National YMCA Corps of Retired Directors Y Corps. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Architectural Consulting and Interior Design 1980's:
Architectural Consulting & Interior Design. 3 copies. [Box 10]
BFSnews Volume 1, 1986. 1986. 3 copies. [Box 10]
The BFS Advantage. 3 copies. [Box 10]
BFSnews. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Endowment Development 1980's:
Your Invited to Attend… NAYDO North American YMCA Development Officers 1985 Annual Conference. 1985. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Agnes Pall Memorial Scholarship Fund. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Grants Fellowship 1982-1983. 1982/1983. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Aft Peace of Mind Percentage Support Payment Plan. [Box 10]
Y-Ware - Software Designed Specifically for YMCAs. [Box 10]
Endowment Developmental Services Campaign Associates YMCA of the USA A Three- Phase Program. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Announcing YMCA Statesmanship Programs. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Dear Colleague June 23, 1986. 1986. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Youth and Economic Development through the YMCA. 2 copies. [Box 10]
YMCA Preparing for the Future 1983 Biennial Meeting National Council of YMCAs. 1983. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Financial Development 1980's:
Financial development Institutes- Silver Bay Association Silver Bay New York June 14-17, 1984. 1984. 4 copies. [Box 10]
Endowment Developmental Services Campaign Associates YMCA of the USA. 3 copies. [Box 10]
CA Directors of Financial Development. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Through the YMCA, You Can Make a World of Difference. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Dueling for Dollars. 1985. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Dear Executive Director RE:ID#. 1985. 3 copies. [Box 10]
1981 Financial Summary and Analysis. 1981. 3 copies. [Box 10]
"Professionalism: Setting goals and achieving them.". 3 copies. [Box 10]
Personnel Notes 1980's:
Personnel Notes November 1986. 1986. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Personnel Notes March 1987. 1987. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes 1980's:
Executive Notes Summer 1983 Volume 1, Number 1. 1983. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes Fall 1983 Volume 1, Number 2. 1983. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes Winter 1983 Volume 1, Number 3. 1983. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes March 1984, Volume 2, Number 2. 1984. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes May 1984 Volume 2, Number 3 1984. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes November 1984 Volume 2, Number 6. 1984. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes February 1985 Volume 3, Number 1. 1985. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes May 1985 Volume 3, Number 3 1985. [Box 10]
Executive Notes July 1985, Volume 3, Number 4. 1985. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes July 1986 Volume 4, Number 4. 1986. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes July 1987 Volume 5, Number 3. 1987. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Executive Notes September 1987 Volume 5, Number 5. 1987. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Youth Employment 1980's:
Youth Employment A Y's Investment. 1987. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Partners for Youth Employment: the YMCA and Business. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Indian Guides 1980's:
Become Part of a One of a Kind YMCA Program Y-Indian Guide. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Sixty Years of Indian Guide Programs- A Feather in America's Cap. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Indian Guide Programs Logos. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Y-Indian Guide Programs Anniversary 1926-1986 Logos. 3 copies. [Box 10]
A National YMCA Parent/Child Program Since 1926 National Indian Guide Programs Month September. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Starting a New YMCA Y's Men's Club 1980's:
Starting a New YMCA - Testing Steps for Organizing a YMCA. 1987. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Starting a New YMCA Extension Services. [Box 10]
Looking for a Way to help your YMCA? Start a Y's Men's Club. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Limited Edition Prints The Program Store. [Box 10]
YMCA Magazine 1980's:
Discovery YMCA Anthony Ripley Editor, Charles Firke Editorial Associate, Janet Spector Editorial Assistant, Susan Conquest Business Manager. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Discovery YMCA Rate Card #2 Effective January, 1984. 1984. 2 copies. [Box 10]
Discovery YMCA The Official YMCA Magazine for U.S. Staff and Volunteer Leaders. 3 copies. [Box 10]
Operating Goals 1980's:
Six-Year Operating Goals 1979-1984 National Board of YMCAs 1983 Update. 1983. [Box 10]
Six-Year Operating Goals 1979-1984 National Board of YMCAs 1982 Update. 1982. [Box 10]
American Youth Congress 1934-1938:
Les Cahiers De Jeunesse La Revue Internationale. 1938. [Box 11]
Report First American Youth Congress. 1934. [Box 11]
Report of the Second World Youth Congress Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York August 16th - 24th, 1938. 1938. [Box 11]
2nd World Youth Congress. 1938. [Box 11]
World Assembly of Youth 1959:
World Assembly of Youth- The World Assembly of Youth was formed in August, 1949. 1949. [Box 11]
way Documentation Centre- Background Material on the Festival 1959 - Vienna - Austria. 1959. [Box 11]
way Documentation Centre- January 1959. 1959. [Box 11]
World Assembly of Youth 1950:
World Assembly of Youth Report of Second Annual Council August 9-20, 1950. 1950. [Box 11]
World War 1 Stationary:
YMCA "With the Colors" Envelope. 3 copies. [Box 11]
YMCA "With the Colors" Notepaper. 3 copies. [Box 11]
International Committee Missionary Situation after the war 1920:
The Missionary Situation After the War - Notes prepared for the International Missionary Meeting at Crans, near Geneva June 22-28, 1920 . 1920. [Box 11]
Misc. Reports 1900's:
5th Annual Laboratories for Community Leadership Training. 1964. [Box 11]
Anxiety and Your Heart: The Psychosomatic Aspects of Heart Disease. By Edward Weiss, M.D. 1960. [Box 11]
Beyond Fame or Fortune The Story of George Washington Carver. By Lawrence Elliot. [Box 11]
A Study of the services and Support of Eleven National Agencies. 1939. 2 copies. [Box 11]
A Report to the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions "Our Own Kind" Voting by Race, Creed, or National Origin. By Moses Rischin. 1960. [Box 11]
What is Prejudice? By Marie Jahoda Ph.D. 1960. [Box 11]
Catalog of Prime Library in Boston 1889:
Catalogue of the "Prince Library" in the Boston Public Library. 1870. [Box 11]
Souvenir de Salferino by Henry Durant 1871:
Association Monthly "The German Christian and Sanitary Commission during the Seven Months’ War". 1871. [Box 11]
Souvenir de Salferino. 1871. [Box 11]
YMCA Facts Concerning Our Young Men 1800's:
Facts Concerning our Young Men. By R.E. Turner.1887. [Box 11]
Facts Concerning our Young Men. By Isaac G. Jenkins.1883. [Box 11]
Facts Concerning our Young Men. By Isaac G. Jenkins.1884. [Box 11]
YMCA Historical Sketch 1800's:
Historical Sketch of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1885. [Box 11]
Historical Sketch of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1868. [Box 11]
Historical Sketch of the Young Men's Christian Associations. By R.R. McBurney. 1886. [Box 11]
International Committee Mission Work Pamphlets 1900's:
Is There a Case for Foreign Missions? By Pearl S. Buck.1932. [Box 11]
Across All Barriers. By Henry Pitney Van Dusen.1946. [Box 11]
Teaching Black Treasure Suggestions for Leaders of Intermediates using Black Treasure Basil Mathews. By Ruth Isabel Seabury.1925. [Box 11]
Our Share of the World or the Part Which Churches of the United States and Canada Should Take in the Evangelization of the World. By J. Campbell White. 1912. [Box 11]
Young Men and Foreign Missions. By George A. Gates.1905. [Box 11]
Blue Ridge 1912. 1912. [Box 11]
Silver Bay 1912. 1912. [Box 11]
Lake Geneva 1912. 1912. [Box 11]
Ten Years of Missionary Education. 1912. [Box 11]
A Decade of Progress. 1912. [Box 11]
Home Mission Aid. 1928. [Box 11]
A Christian Code for the City in terms of Group Needs and Possibilities. 1922. [Box 11]
The Problem of Christian Missions. 1921. [Box 11]
The Haystack Prayer Meeting. By Edward Warren Capen Ph.D. 1916. [Box 11]
The Significance of the Haystack Prayer Meeting. By Edward Warren Capen Ph.D. 1906. [Box 11]
National Missionary Campaign 1915-1916 The Advance of the Decade. 1916. [Box 11]
The Haystack Meeting and its Outcome. [Box 11]
News and Notes The Cumberland Presbyterian. [Box 11]
World Co-Operation in Missions. 1923. [Box 11]
Committee on Cooperation in Latin America. 1922. [Box 11]
The Christian Advocate October 7, 1926. 1926. [Box 11]
The Christian Advocate October 7, 1926 "Contributed Editorial". 1926. [Box 11]
The Ordination of the First American Foreign Missionaries. [Box 11]
International Committee Board of Missionary Preparation 1914:
Board of Missionary Preparation. 1914. [Box 11]
International Committee Centennial Report of American Marathi Mission 1900's:
Centennial Report of American Marathi Mission. 1913. [Box 11]
International Committee Mission Work 1900's:
Missions and International Peace. 1911. [Box 11]
The Missionary Artist Looks at His Job. By Ronald Owen Hall. 1942. [Box 11]
The Home Missionary May 1908- The Young People's Missionary Movement. By C.C. Michener. 1908. [Box 11]
The Pittsburg Convention. 1908. [Box 11]
United Missionary Education Programs 1913-1914-1915. [Box 11]
The Third Annual Dinner Arranged by Missionary Education Movement for Officers, Members, and Friends of the Home and Foreign Mission Boards of the United States and Canada, on January Thirteenth, Nineteen Hundred and Fourteen, at the Hotel Astor. 1914. [Box 11]
The Third Annual Dinner Arranged by Missionary Education Movement for Officers, Members, and Friends of the Home and Foreign Mission Boards of the United States and Canada, on January Thirteenth, Nineteen Hundred and Fourteen, at the Hotel Astor Roster. 1914. [Box 11]
Are Christian Missions in the Far East Worth While? By Harry Emerson Fosdick. 1921. [Box 11]
International Committee Mission Work, Special Investigation 1913:
Report of A Special Investigation in the Missionary Education of Boys. By B. Burgoyne Chapman. 1913. [Box 11]
International Committee An Outline of the Field and Work 1891:
An Outline of the Field and Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1891. [Box 11]
International Committee Railroad Dept. Pamphlets 1878-1893:
The Railroad Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association of New York City. 1886. [Box 11]
Rail Road Men. The Record of a Year's Work Among Them. 1887. 2 copies. [Box 11]
Second copy is bound differently and has extra final info in the back of the book
The Railroad Association Work-Opportunities and Responsibilities. By Robert Pitcairn. 1889. [Box 11]
A Railroad Problem and Its Solution. By Clarence J. Hicks. 1893. [Box 11]
A Good Start. Sermon delivered to Railway Employees. By Rev. Jno. W. Brown. 1878. [Box 11]
Railroad Session of the Cleveland Convention. 1881. [Box 11]
Facts concerning the Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1882. [Box 11]
Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. [Box 11]
Has a Railroad Official the Right to Use the Funds of the Railroad Company to Aid the Young Men's Christian Association in its Work for Railroad Men? By W. R. Davenport. 1882. [Box 11]
Facts Concerning the Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Association. 3 copies. [Box 11]
The Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1892. 3 copies. [Box 11]
International Committee Railroad Dept. Pamphlets 1879-1893:
14th Anniversary of the Railroad Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association of New York City. 1890. [Box 11]
By-Laws of the Railroad Department, Young Men's Christian Association. [Box 11]
A Talk with Railroad Men. By William S. Sloan.1889. 3 copies. [Box 11]
Organization and Work of the Railroad Department of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1885. [Box 11]
Railroad Sermon The Way to Righteousness. By Bishop Bedell. 1880. 6 copies. [Box 11]
Railroad Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations . 1880. 3 copies. [Box 11]
Railroad Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations . 1885. 2 copies. [Box 11]
The Railroad Department Its Obligations to Contributing Corporations, By Clarence J. Hicks. [Box 11]
How to Observe the Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men. Issued by the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations.1896. [Box 11]
The Ethics of Association Athletics. By Luther Guilick M.D. [Box 11]
Day and Week of Prayer for Young Men November 8-14, 1896 . 1896. [Box 11]
The Physical Directorship of the Young Men's Christian Association As a Life Work. By Luther Guilick M.D. 1890. [Box 11]
A Railroad Specialty. By Cecil L Gates. 3 copies. [Box 11]
Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1882. 3 copies. [Box 11]
Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Associations. 1885. 3 copies. [Box 11]
Form of Constitution and By-Laws for a Railroad Young Men's Christian Association, in a City Without a General Association.1869. [Box 11]
Railroad Interests and Railroad Men. By C.M. Hobbs. 1893. [Box 11]
Association Work on American Railways. By C.M. Hobbs.1893. [Box 11]
The Railroad Session of the Baltimore Convention, May 22d, 1879. 1879. [Box 11]
Work of the International Committee 1916:
The Work of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations- In Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1916. [Box 11]
The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1916. [Box 11]
Expenses of the International Committee. 1916. [Box 11]
The International Committee. 1916. [Box 11]
Executive Committee Pamphlets on "The Work":
The Work of the Corresponding Members of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and British Provinces. 1871. [Box 11]
International Work of the Young Men's Christian Association of the United States and British Provinces from 1866-1873- Its Plan, Costs, Agencies and Prospects. 1874. [Box 11]
Suggestions as to the Organization and Work of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1875. [Box 11]
The Work of the Corresponding Members of the Executive Committee of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and British Provinces. 1871. [Box 11]
How Shall We Start and Maintain and What Shall be the Work of Associations in Small Towns? By F.C. Child. 1888. [Box 11]
Executive Committee Pamphlets on the "Work":
The Work of the Young Men's Christian Association: What is it, and How to Do It. A Essay. By Verranus Morse M.D. 1865. 3 copies. [Box 11]
Executive Committee Pamphlets on "The Work":
Essay on "The Work". [Box 11]
International Committee What the Community has a right to expect from the YMCA and Vice Versa 1888:
What the Community has a right to expect from the Young Men's Christian Association, and what the Young Men's Christian Association has a right to expect from the Community. A Paper by J. L. Houghteling. Read Before the Twenty-Fifth International Conventi. 1888. 9 copies. [Box 11]
The Association of the Community. 1899. [Box 11]
Executive Committee Its Field work and Agencies Richard C. Morse 1972-1976:
The Young Men's Christian Association AS IT IS; Its Field, Work, and Agencies. (24th Thousand). By Richard C. Morse. 1873. 3 copies. [Box 11]
The Young Men's Christian Association AS IT IS; Its Field, Work, and Agencies. (24th Thousand). By Richard C. Morse. 1875. 3 copies. [Box 11]
The Young Men's Christian Association AS IT IS; Its Field, Work, and Agencies. (24th Thousand). By Richard C. Morse. 1876. 2 copies. [Box 11]
The Young Men's Christian Association AS IT IS; Its Field, Work, and Agencies. (24th Thousand). By Richard C. Morse. 1872. [Box 11]
The Young Men's Christian Association AS IT IS; Its Field, Work, and Agencies. (24th Thousand). Reprinted in England. By Richard C. Morse. 1872. 2 copies. [Box 11]
An Essay on Amusements New York City- YMCA 1867:
Amusements An Essay Read Before the Young Men's Christian Association of New York City. By Verranus Morse M.D. 1869. [Box 11]
YMCA Lectures and Addresses 1900's:
The Young Men's Christian Association: Its Mission and Usefulness. From an Address by Rev. Frank L. Wilson, at the Sixteenth Anniversary of The Y.M.C.A. of Hudson, N.Y. June 4, 1882. 1882. [Box 11]
Mr. Phillip's Oration Delivered at the Request of the Young Men of Salem, July 4, 1831. By S.C. Phillips. 1831. [Box 11]
An Address Delivered at the Request of the Young Men of Plymouth on the Anniversary of the Birth of Washington, Lord's Day Evening, Feb. 22, 1835. By Elisha Cushman A.M. 1835. [Box 11]
Young Men's Christian Association Twenty-Fourth Services at the Presbyterian Church, Sunday Evening, May 25th, 1890. By Rev. F.S. Schenck. 1890. [Box 11]
Young Men's Christian Association Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Services at the First Reformed Church, Hudson, N.Y., Sunday Evening, June 7th, 1891. 1891. [Box 11]
Leadership of the Constructive Forces of the World. By John R. Mott. 1931. [Box 11]
New York Society Homeless Boys, Neglected Children 1900's:
1912 Thirteenth Annual Report of the Harlem Rescue Mission and the New York Home for Homeless Boys. 1912. [Box 11]
A Study of Delinquent and Neglected Negro Children Before the New York City Children's Court. 1927. [Box 11]
The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Forty-Seventh Annual Report. 1921. [Box 11]
National Institute of Mental Health 1900's:
Children and the Threat of the Nuclear War. By Sibylle Escalona. 1962. [Box 11]
Your Chance to Help the World's Children. [Box 11]
Alcoholism. [Box 11]
A Manual for the Police Officer How to Recognize and Handle Abnormal People. By Robert A Mathews M.D. and Loyd Rowland Ph.D.1960. [Box 11]
Other Organizations for Young Boys Pamphlets:
Boyhood- The Beginning of Good Will Farm. By G.W. Hinckley. 1903. [Box 11]
It is the Christian Faith - -. [Box 11]
Selected Plays for Program Planning in Mental Health Education. [Box 11]
Plays for Living Ticket to Tomorrow. By Nora Stirling.1960. [Box 11]
Plans and Policies of Junior Achievement. 1927. [Box 11]
The Boy Conversation Bureau 1900's:
Thye Modern Way of Solving the Problem of the Homeless or Imperiled Boy A Report of the Last Six Months’ Work of The Boy Conversation Bureau May 1st, 1915. 1915. [Box 11]
The Boy Conversation Bureau The Twenty-Third Annual report 1933-1934. 1933-1934. [Box 11]
Give the Boy a Chance Third Annual Report of the Boy Conversation Bureau 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Fourth Annual Report 1915 The Boy's Conversational Bureau. 1915. [Box 11]
Another Boy. [Box 11]
Boy Conversation. [Box 11]
The Boy Conversation Bureau Its Object. [Box 11]
Eighth Annual Report 1919 The Boy Conversational Bureau . [Box 11]
Conserving the Boy. 1912. [Box 11]
World Missions of the time of the outbreak of World War One:
The World Pauses. [Box 11]
American Board Quarterly News Bulletin. 1915. [Box 11]
Dear Anderson February 8, 1915. 1915. [Box 11]
The Inspiration of the Present. 1915. [Box 11]
The Inspiration of the Past. 1915. [Box 11]
A Form of Prayer for Christian Missions in the Time of War and Future Days. [Box 11]
A Guide to Missionary Intercession. 1915. [Box 11]
Prayer for Christian Missions in view of the War in Europe. 1910. 3 copies. [Box 11]
A Guide to Missionary Intercession. 1914. [Box 11]
Missionaries to Muslim League. [Box 11]
National Missionary Council of India. [Box 11]
Copy of Letter from Count Moltke to Mr. Oldham October 9th, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Copy Letter from the Rev. C.H. Monahan, Wesleyan Mission House, Trivellore, Chingleput District 8th October, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Copy of Letter from the Rev. Herbert Anderson to Mr. Oldham. 1914. [Box 11]
The War and Missions in Turkey. Rev. James L. Barton. [Box 11]
The McAll Mission in France. 1914. [Box 11]
Suggestions for the Day of Prayer for Peace October 4, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Copy Letter from the Rev. A.J. Lennard to Oldham General Missionary Conference of S. Africa. 1914. [Box 11]
Copy Letter from the Rev. E.C. Lobenatine of the China Continuation Committee Shanghai. 25th September, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Committee of Reference and Council Representing The Foreign Missions Conference of North America. Rev. Arthur J. Brown.1914. [Box 11]
Trading with the Enemy Act 1914 Chaper 87. 1914. [Box 11]
Committee of Reference and Council Representing The Foreign Missions Conference of North America. 1914. [Box 11]
Some Special Needs and Opportunities Occasioned by the War. [Box 11]
The European War- Reply to the Appeal of German Theologians. [Box 11]
The World War and the American Churches September 24th, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
The Living Church- Our Share of the War Burden. 1914. [Box 11]
Letter to the Society. 1913. [Box 11]
The China Continuation Committee of the National Missionary Conference Shanghai, 1913. 1913. [Box 11]
Continental Mission:
National Missionary Council of India. 1914. [Box 11]
The Work of Continental Missionary Societies. [Box 11]
Mission Romande Lausanne, le 21 November. [Box 11]
The Christian Advocate September 3, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
The Gospel in Belgium: A Question of Life or Death. 1914. [Box 11]
America September 19, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Letters to the Editor- A British Appeal in Aid of Continental Missions. [Box 11]
Record- The War and Missions. 1914. [Box 11]
Effect of the Missionary World. [Box 11]
Continuation Committee of the World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910. 1910. [Box 11]
Dear Mr. Flothmeier January 1, 1915. 1915. [Box 11]
Dear Mr. Carter, Shanghai, November 25th, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Dear Mr. Monahan, Kilpauk, Madras. 24th September, 1914 . 1914. [Box 11]
My dear Oldham, October 14. [Box 11]
Dear Sir, Posterloundo Mission(The Danish Mission of the Orient). 1914. [Box 11]
Financial Situation of the Paris Ev. Miss. Society 1st of November 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Postal Telegraph Commercial Cables Kuling August 13th-14 . [Box 11]
Journal Des Missions Evangeliques September 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Excerpt from Letter from the Rev. Herbert Anderson, National Missionary Council of India, Fated 30th Sept., 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
The Rev. Herbert Anderson, 48, Piron Street.1914. [Box 11]
German Mission:
German Missions in India. 1915. [Box 11]
Missions. German. Removed from this folder. 1915. [Box 11]
Guntur, India, Aug. 19, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Berliner Missiongesellshaft 19.October 1914 1914. [Box 11]
Dear Mission Friends:, Wiesbaden, August 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
General Missionary Conference of South America. 1914. [Box 11]
Copy Letter from the Rev. J.H. Maclean, Conjeeveram, dated 8th October 1914, to Miss Gollock. 1914. [Box 11]
Highly Esteemed Doctor, Kilpauko, Madras, Aug. 20, 1914 . 1914. [Box 11]
Copy Letter to Presidents of German Missions in Madras Presidency Tiruvallur, Chingleput District. 10/9/1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Excerpt from Letter from the Rev. J.E. Peter to Mr. Oldham Berlin-Steglitz, August 17, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Professor D.J. Richter. Berlin-Steglitz, August 17, 1914 . 1914. [Box 11]
Rev. J.H. Ruchbrooke:-, Oct. 27th. 1915. [Box 11]
Gudur, Nellore District, 26th September, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Copy Letter from the President, Basel Mission in India (Rev. A. Schosser) to the Rev. C.H. Monahan, Convener of Special Committee of the Madras Representative Council of Missions. Tiruvallur, Chingleput District. Mangalore. 14th Sept., 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Mr. J.R. Mott. My Dear John, November 12th, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Rev. George U. Wenner, D.D. Berlin, N.O., Dec. 6, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Dear Parents, Brothers and Sisters:, Neuruppin, 6.1. 1915. 1915. [Box 11]
Translation of Letter from the German Missions-Ausschuss with Reference to British Aid for German Missions Halle a/S. October 8th, 1914.1914. [Box 11]
Missions-Sekretariat Basel, 18th November, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Additional Information with Reference to The Position of German Missions in India. November 10th, 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
The Madras Mail, Madras, India Editorial of August 17, 1914. German Missions and the War. 1914. [Box 11]
News Article. Foreign Missions in South India. Their Financial Position. The Lutheran and Basel Missions. Coimbatore, Aug. 12.1915. [Box 11]
German Missionary Prisoners. Rev. Robert A. Hume. 1915. [Box 11]
Reprint of An Appeal by German Theologians "To the Evangelical Christians Board.". 1915. [Box 11]
Ullgemeine Miffions=Nachrichten 10. Juli 1915. 1915. [Box 11]
The Chinese Recorder 1914. 1914. [Box 11]
Research Plans Religion, Values, and Morality:
Research Plans in the fields of Religion, Values and Morality and their bearing on Religious and Character Formation. 1961. [Box 11]
Misc. Boy Stuff 1930's:
"Boy Stuff" Little Loose-Leaf Library. By F.H. Cheley. [Box 12]
Beyond the Ranges. By F.H. Cheley. 1927. [Box 12]
Yourself Incorporated! F.H. Cheley. 1925. [Box 12]
The Boy Irrepressible. By Peter Hanson. 1907. [Box 12]
Child Study and Child Training Part 1. By William Byron Forbush. 1915. [Box 12]
Catalogue of Cheley Publications. [Box 12]
Cheley Books Which You Should Know for Yourself, for Your Boys, for Your Friends. 1929. [Box 12]
A Year of Mid-week Activity Programs for Boy Groups. 1923. [Box 12]
Boy Problems 1900's:
The Boy Problem being Four Addresses Delivered at a Meeting of the Trenton Sunday School Superintendents’ Asso. At Walnut Avenue Presbyterian Church on January 11th, 1909. 1909. [Box 12]
The Boy Problem a Study in Social Pedagogy. By William Byron Forbush. 1901. [Box 12]
The Friend of Boys. By Arthur Howe Pingree. [Box 12]
Memorial lectures on Boy Leadership. By Arthur Howe Pingree. 1916. [Box 12]
Campaign for Boys. 1909. [Box 12]
Educational Problems for boys in Boston and Vicinity. 1909. [Box 12]
Tenth Annual Congress of the General Alliance of Workers with Boys. 1909. [Box 12]
The Boy in His Teens. By Eugene C. Foster. 1910. [Box 12]
The Psychology of the Adolescent, and Its Relation to the Social Problem. By Winfield S. Hall. 1911. [Box 12]
Conferences on Child Welfare to be Held at Clark University. 1909. [Box 12]
The Hobbledehoy Age. 1908. [Box 12]
Preliminary Program of the Seventh Congress about Boys. 1907. [Box 12]
For Poor Boys. 1908. [Box 12]
Leisure Time and Recreation 1930's:
Development of a Leisure-Time Program in Small Cities and Towns. By Elle Gardner. [Box 12]
The Seminar on Informal Education. 1936. [Box 12]
Cooperative Study and Evaluation of the Leisure-Time Problem in Tulsa and the Agencies Related Thereto. By Eugene T. Lios.1936. [Box 12]
Leisure Time and Recreation 1940's:
Expenditures for Lecture in the United States. Paul H. Nystrom. 1940. [Box 12]
Leisure Time and Recreation 1930's:
Cooperative Study of the Leisure-Time Problem in Shreveport and of the Agencies Related Thereto. By Eugene T Lies and Eswald Pettet. 1937. [Box 12]
The Report on the World Congress for Leisure Time and Recreation 23.-30. July 1936 in Hamburg and Berlin. 1936. [Box 12]
Organizing the Community's Resources for Use of Leisure Time. By William R. Cook. 1938. [Box 12]
The Y.M.C.A. and the New Leisure. 1933. [Box 12]
World Congress Leisure Time and Recreation July Germany 1936. 1936. 2 copies. [Box 12]
Report of the New York Committee on the Use of Leisure Time National Recovery Administration. 1934. [Box 12]
Leisure- A National Issue Planning for the leisure of a Democratic People. By Eduard C. Linderman. 1939. [Box 12]
Misc. Conference 1908 and 1950:
First Annual Conference of The Society for the Promotion of Social Service. 1908. [Box 12]
Tools for the Task. 1950. [Box 12]
Misc. YMCA Work 1940's:
Advisory Directors Notice. [Box 12]
Working Together with Teen-age Youth. 1948. [Box 12]
College Young Men's Christian Associations. Professor J.H. Gilmore. [Box 12]
Study Outline of "The Dynamic of Manhood". By Luther H. Gulick. [Box 12]
The Ideal City Young Men's Christian Associations. By Lyman Arthur Pickett. 1928. [Box 12]
A tribute to Successful Leadership 1900's:
Rufus Fearing Dawes. 1912. [Box 12]
A Tribute to Twenty-Five years of successful leadership in work for Young Men. 1893. [Box 12]
A Tribute to John S. Maclean. 1889. [Box 12]
In the Holy Land. By David McConaughy Jr. 1890. [Box 12]
American Negro Society Occasional Papers #13 1909:
The Demand and Supply of increased Efficiency in the Negro Ministry. By Jesse E. Moorland. 1909. [Box 12]
Participation in the United Nations 1946:
The United States and the United Nations Report by the President to the Congress for the Year 1946. 1946. [Box 12]
Participation in the United Nations 1947:
The United States and the United Nations Report by the President to the Congress for the Year 1947. 1947. [Box 12]
Participation in the United Nations 1948:
The United States and the United Nations Report by the President to the Congress for the Year 1948. 1948. [Box 12]
Participation in the United Nations 1949:
The United States and the United Nations Report by the President to the Congress for the Year 1949. 1949. [Box 12]
Participation in the United Nations 1951:
The United States and the United Nations Report by the President to the Congress for the Year 1951. 1951. [Box 12]
Participation in the United Nations 1952:
The United States and the United Nations Report by the President to the Congress for the Year 1952. 1952. [Box 12]
Civil Liberty Materials 1950's:
Man's Right to Knowledge and the Free Use Thereof. By Robert J. McCracken. 1954. 2 copies. [Box 12]
Ten Good Reasons for Cracking the Quota System in American Education. [Box 12]
Freedom Pamphlets Prejudice and Society. By Earl Raab and Seymour M. Lipset. 1959. [Box 12]
The national Civil Liberties Clearing House its Purpose, Its Policies, Its Programs. [Box 12]
Mission for Democracy: Cracking College Quotas. By Morton Puner. [Box 12]
Cracking the Quota System. [Box 12]
Program Aids for Group Discussion on Barriers to Higher Education. [Box 12]
Barriers to Higher Education. 1949. [Box 12]
Prelude to Independence. 1956. [Box 12]
Freedom Pamphlets American Education Under Fire. By Ernest O. Melby. 1951. [Box 12]
Reply by Goodwin Watson to the Pamphlet Entitled "Goodwin Watson: His record". By Burton Rascoe. 1954. [Box 12]
The Meaning of Freedom. By Gilbert Murray, W.R. Matthews, Graham Hutton, Victor Gollancz, R.J. Cruikshank, and Lord Reading. 1956. 2 copies. [Box 12]
The Eighth Annual National Civil Liberties Clearing House. 1956. [Box 12]
Sum and Substance. [Box 12]
Freedom Agenda- The Constitution and Congressional Investigating Communities. By Robert K. Carr. 1954. [Box 12]
Civil Lectures and Schools 1950's:
The Yale Law Journal Private Attorneys-General: Group Action in the Fight for Civil Liberties. 1949. [Box 12]
Annual Meeting and Consultation on Academic Freedom NSCY Religion in Higher Education Committee. 1953. [Box 12]
Freedom and American Institutions. By Ted F. Silvet.1951. [Box 12]
Academic Independence- A Portion of the Report of President James B. Conant to the Board of Overseers of Harvard College, January 12, 1953. 1953. [Box 12]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Office of the President. 1951. [Box 12]
Freedom and Authority in Education. 1953. [Box 12]
Civil Liberties 1950's:
US News and World Report August 7, 1953. 1953. [Box 12]
NEA News Volume 7, Number 3. 1953. [Box 12]
American Library Association Bulletin Intellectual Freedom Issue November 1953. 1953. [Box 12]
Memo From Rebecca West. 1953. [Box 12]
As a Briton Looks at "McCarthyism". By Rebecca West.1953. [Box 12]
Radio and Television. By John Crosby. 1951. [Box 12]
Sponsor for Buyers of Broadcast Advertising 1951. [Box 12]
Our Tongue-Tied Democracy. By Dr. A. Whitney Griswold.1954. [Box 12]
Mr. McCarthy as a Symbol. 1954. [Box 12]
Church Group Acts to Guard Freedom. 1953. [Box 12]
Wanted: Belivers. 1954. [Box 12]
In Freedom's Defense’. [Box 12]
The Ethics of Controversy are Explored and Defined. 1954. [Box 12]
Civil Liberty Material 1950's:
The Climate of Liberty. By Eric Sevareid. 1954. [Box 12]
Civil Liberty Materials 1950's:
The Law of the Bill of Rights- A Report on An Experiment in Community Education. By Carrie Chapman Catt. 1958. 2 copies. [Box 12]
Our Freedoms and Rights. [Box 12]
Civil Rights in the United States in 1949 A Balance Sheet of Group Relations. 1949. [Box 12]
For Maintenance of American Freedom. 1953. [Box 12]
Our Freedoms and Rights. [Box 12]
Two Pages, not one
The Federal Civil Rights Act of 1957- A Summary and Analysis. 1957. [Box 12]
Ministry Materials 1900s:
The Weak Church and the Strong Man. By Edward Increase Bosworth. 1909. [Box 12]
The Right Sort of Men for the Ministry. By William Fraser McDowell. 1909. [Box 12]
The Claim of the Ministry on Strong Men. By George Angier Gordon. 1909. [Box 12]
The Call of the Country Church. By Arthur Stephen Hoyt.1909. [Box 12]
Doom and Dawn. Reinhold Niebuhr and Sherwood Eddy.1936. [Box 12]
Christian Youth in Cooperative Action- A Guide to Youth Action. 1951. [Box 12]
The Minister as Preacher. By Charles Edward Jefferson.1909. [Box 12]
The Minister and the Community. By Woodrow Wilson.1909. [Box 12]
The Modern Interpretation of the Call of the Ministry. By Edward Increase Bosworth. 1909. [Box 12]
The Minister and His People. By Phillips Brooks.1909. [Box 12]
The Preparation of the Modern Minister. By Walter William Moore. 1909. [Box 12]
Adult Education 1944-1950's:
Adult Education Bulletin October 1944. 1944. [Box 12]
This We Believe About Education. 1954. [Box 12]
When People Work Together. [Box 12]
1955-1956 Program Guide Current Adult Education Activities and Emphases of Organizations Participating in the Council of National Organizations of the Adult Education Association. 1956. [Box 12]
Older Rural Youth Plan Today for the America of Tomorrow . 1944. [Box 12]
Adult Education 1950's:
Notes and Essays on Education for Adults Number 11. By Galway Kinnel. 1955. [Box 12]
Notes and Essays on Education for Adults Number 13. By John S. Diekhoff. 1955. [Box 12]
Notes and Essays on Education for Adults Number 17. By James E. Crimi. 1957. [Box 12]
Notes and Essays on Education for Adults Number 18. 1957. [Box 12]
How Much Does Adult Experience Count? By Bernard H. Stern. 1955. [Box 12]
Youth Also Plan. [Box 12]
The Educational Leadership. 1956. [Box 12]
Financing Adult Education in America's Public Schools and Community Councils. [Box 12]
League of Women Voters 1950's:
Facts About the League of Women Voters 1920-1961. 1961. [Box 12]
Government in Action A Course for Training Civic Leaders . 1961. [Box 12]
United Christian Youth Movement 1950's:
The Call to United Christian Youth Action The Manual for the Community Call Committee. [Box 12]
United! Christian! In Christ. 1948. [Box 12]
General Council Minutes Conference Point Camp Williams Bay, Wisconsin August 23-30, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1950's:
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. 2 October, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 1, No. 2 April, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 1, No. 6 February, 1960. 1960. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. June, 1960. 1960. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. 10 June, 1960. 1960. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. 9 May, 1960. 1960. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. 7, March, 1960. 1960. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. 5 January, 1960. 1960. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. 4 December, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. 3 November, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 2, No. 1 September, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 1, No. 1 March, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
The Christian Athlete Vol. 1, No. 3 May, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
More Than Champions. By Richard S. Armstrong.1959. [Box 12]
The Fourth Summer Conference for College and High School Athletes and Coaches August 16-21, 1959. 1959. [Box 12]
The Christian Athletes Devotional. [Box 12]
The Third Summer Conference for College and High School Athletes and Coaches. 1958. [Box 12]
Four Cutstanding College Athletes Respond to the Christian Challenge. [Box 12]
Hero Worship Harnesses. 1956. [Box 12]
Estes Camp Gave LSU Uplight. [Box 12]
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Inc. March 9, 1960. 1960. [Box 12]
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Program Guidebook. 1958. [Box 12]
Highlights of 4th Conference. 1958. [Box 12]
Red Feather Public Relations 1950:
Read Feather Relations. 1950. [Box 13]
The United Way in Planning and Financing Health and Welfare Services 1950:
The United Way in Planning and Financing Health and Welfare Services. By Edward L. Ryerson, Charles C. Cabot, and Stanley C. Allyn . 1950. [Box 13]
Camping Bulletin No. 153 1950:
Camping Bulletin No. 153. 1950. [Box 13]
Budget Administration A Year Around Process 1950:
Budget Administration A Year Around Process 1950. [Box 13]
Expenditures for Community health and welfare, 1950:
Expenditures for Community health and welfare, 1950. 1950. [Box 13]
Guides for Community Chest Budgeting in the smaller community 1950:
Guides for Community Chest Budgeting in the Smaller Community. 1950. [Box 13]
Community Chests and Councils of America Incorporated 1949-1954:
Organizing and Operating a Community Chest 1949. 1949. 2 copies. [Box 13]
Organizing a United Fund. 1953. [Box 13]
The Building and Construction Industry Working with Community Chests and United Funds. 1954. [Box 13]
Central Service Expenditures 1949. 1949. [Box 13]
Budgeting for 1953 Bulletin 170. 1953. [Box 13]
Community Chests and Councils of America Incorporated 1950's:
Job Descriptions for Chests and Councils. 1953. [Box 13]
1956 Experience in United Funds. 1956. [Box 13]
1955 Experience in United Funds and Extended Federation Campaigns. 1955. [Box 13]
Budgeting for 1954. 1954. [Box 13]
Community Health and Welfare Services. 1951. [Box 13]
Fees for Health and Welfare Services 1949:
Fees for Health and Welfare Services. 1949. [Box 13]
Working People In Chests and Councils as Partners 1949:
Working People in Chests and Councils as Partners. 1949. [Box 13]
Expenditures for Community Health and Welfare 31 Urban Areas 1948:
Expenditures for Community Health and Welfare 31 Urban Areas 1948. 1948. [Box 13]
Trends in Giving 1956:
Trends in Giving 1956. 1956. [Box 13]
Community Chests and Councils of America Incorporated 1948:
The Job of the Community Organization Worker. 1948. [Box 13]
Social Services under Catholic, Jewish and Protestant Aupices in the Total Welfare System. 1948. [Box 13]
Youth Studies 1949:
Youth Studies. 1949. [Box 13]
Criteria for Agency Membership in a Social Service Exchange 1947:
Criteria for Agency Membership in a Social Service Exchange. 1947. [Box 13]
Five Towns Community Center 1949:
Five Towns Community Center. 1949. [Box 13]
Project Demonstrating Excellence 1990:
Project Demonstrating Excellence. 1990. [Box 13]
Printed materials:
You Really Live at the Minneapolis. [Box 13]
One Hundred Years and Here We Are. By James L. Ellenwood. 1944. [Box 13]
Leather Book Bindings How to Preserve Them. 1956. [Box 13]
Peace on Earth. 1958. [Box 13]
The Servant as Leader. By Robert K. Greenleaf.1973. [Box 13]
The YMCA and the Changing American Family. By James M. Hardy. 1965. [Box 13]
YMCA Hall of Fame at Springfield College. 2001. 2 copies. [Box 13]
One Hundred Years and Here are the General Secretaries. By James L. Ellenwood. 1951. [Box 13]
New Facts and Figures About the YMCA…. 1962. [Box 13]
Steinhaus. By John William Fuhrer. 1962. [Box 13]
New Facts and Figures and the YMCA. [Box 13]
East Nashville Branch Blueprints. [Box 13]
Perspective February 1999. 1999. [Box 13]
Discovery YMCA 1999. 1999. 2 copies. [Box 13]
Should Your Community have a YMCA? [Box 13]
Newspaper Articles Misc:
Youth Hear Challenge. By Eldon Fry. 1963. [Box 13]
Youth Solons Elect Kaimuki High Boy. By Eldon Fry.1963. [Box 13]
. [Box 13]
Pamphlets/newsletters:
Leva Del Nuoto. 1934. [Box 13]
Yes! These are all Omaha Boys. 1926. [Box 13]
Western Union Telegraph Company and Y.M.C.A. Co-operate to Help Messengers. By S.A.M. King. [Box 13]
"Won by Wireless". By Thomas Littlefield Marble.1925. 2 copies. [Box 13]
How Would You Like to be a Friend to One of These boys. [Box 13]
Healping Youth Keep in Balance. 1947. [Box 13]
Bangkok YMCA Hostel. [Box 13]
Railroad Department of the Soutern School. 1919. 2 copies. [Box 13]
A Definition of a Boy. [Box 13]
Greetings from the Young Men's Christian Association of Haskell Institute. [Box 13]
Culver Military Academy. [Box 13]
First general Assembly of Association Workers with Boys . 1913. [Box 13]
Hi! Want to Join Tri Hi Y?? [Box 13]
The Eaglet- Buying Opportunities for Yankee Sailors Ashore. 1918. [Box 13]
Harper's New Monthly Magazine. 1870. [Box 13]
The Gateway to Good Fellowship Recreation Happy Hours. 1935. [Box 13]
Industrial "Y" for Negro Shipbuilders. By William Anthony Aery. [Box 13]
News of YMCA World service. [Box 13]
Swim at the Y. [Box 13]
That They All May Be One. [Box 13]
Camp Dudley in Verse. By Conduct W. Cutler Jr.1953. [Box 13]
Constitution. 1920. [Box 13]
The Y.M.C.A. at Home and Abroad. [Box 13]
Christian Character Development. [Box 13]
30th Annual Report of the Young Men's Christian Association of Pittsburgh, for the Year Ending October 31st, 1896. 1896. [Box 13]
Born in Britain. 1945. [Box 13]
Headquarters Telephone Directory. 1973. [Box 13]
YMCA Residence Directory. [Box 13]
Youth Inspects the New World. By Roy Sorenson.1933. [Box 13]
YMCA Residence Directory. 1970. [Box 13]
Miscellaneous Print Material:
The YMCA and the Changing American Family. By James M. Hardy. 1965. [Box 13]
YMCA in Depth Mid-America Region. 1978. [Box 13]
Organizations Working for National Defense. By Anna Steese Richardson. [Box 13]
Wisconsin State Work. 1891. [Box 13]
David Bahlmann and Rev. Thomas Harvey. 1988. [Box 13]
A 100 Year Partnership 1884-1984. 1984. [Box 13]
Outdoor Environmental Education. 1987. [Box 13]
The Program Store 1988-89 Catalog. 1989. [Box 13]
Leadership, Services, and Organization. 1990. [Box 13]
YMCA National Council Bulletin. 1966. [Box 13]
The Health of Your Camp Boy Scouts of America. 1952. [Box 13]
Estes Park Conference of Young Men's Christian Associations. [Box 13]
Silver Bay Vacation and Conference Resort. [Box 13]
John R. Mott Nobel Lecture. December 13, 1946. 1946. 4 copies. [Box 13]
150 Ways to Show Kids You Care. [Box 13]
Pamphlets:
Career Opportunities on the Y.M.C.A. [Box 13]
We Believe. By Generalissimo Kai-shek and Madame Chiang Kai-shek. 1943. [Box 13]
A New Look at Executive Responsibilities. 1956. [Box 13]
The Executive Force. By Francis P. Miller. 1919. [Box 13]
"The YMCA of the Rockies". [Box 13]
Estes Park Center Map. [Box 13]
The ABC's of Folk and Country Dancing. 1950. [Box 13]
YMCA 150 Anniversary A Newcomen Address. By Kenneth L. Gladish PH.D. and John M. Ferrell. 2001. [Box 13]
Your Community Can Have a YMCA of Its Own. 1960. 2 copies. [Box 13]
The YMCA A Sense of Permanence. [Box 13]
New Dimensions in YMCA Planning with Men and Women. 1963[?]. [Box 13]
Leadership Manual Moral Education. 1965. [Box 13]
Partners in Service. [Box 13]
YMCA Hall of Fame at Springfield College. 1985. [Box 13]
100 Facts from the YMCA's First 100 Years in Aquatics, 1985. 2 copies. [Box 13]
Misc. Print Material 1923-1954:
Prepared or Unprepared? By F.H. Cheley. 1918. [Box 13]
A Report of the First North American Y.M.C.A. Young Adult Assembly. 1951. [Box 13]
Facing the Future with the Character building Agencies. 1936. [Box 13]
Creative Management. By Ordway Tead. 1935. [Box 13]
Group Leadership, By Dwight C. Drew. 1923. [Box 13]
Old Mr. Fifty-Minus Speaks. By F.H. Cheley. 1920. [Box 13]
Y.M.C.A. Committee of Enquiry Report of the First Meeting of the Committee of Enquiry held on Saturday, 16th July, 1927. 1927. [Box 13]
When a Couple are Engaged. By Roy E. Dickerson.1940. [Box 13]
Getting Started in Marriage. By Roy E Dickerson.1937. [Box 13]
Things that Count in Courtship. By Roy E. Dickerson.1940. [Box 13]
The Y We Want. 1954. [Box 13]
The Races of Mankind. By Ruth Benedict and Gene Weltfish. 1943. [Box 13]
Faith Sex & Love. By William Hamilton. 1954. [Box 13]
Developing an Efficient Employed Staff. By S. Wirt Wiley. 1920. [Box 13]
The University of Rochester. By Alan Valentine. [Box 13]
Choosing a Home Partner. By Newell W. Edson.1926. [Box 13]
In Memoriam. 1949. [Box 13]
Older Persons and Voluntary Service 1973:
Older Persons and Voluntary Service. 1973. [Box 14]
Creative Use of Volunteers 1962:
Creative Use of Volunteers. 1962. [Box 14]
The Role of the Volunteer Bureau in Today's World:
The Role of the Volunteer Bureau in Today's World. By Eva Schindler-Rainman. [Box 14]
National Social Welfare Assembly The Significance of the Volunteer on the American scene 1962:
Assembly The Significance of the Volunteer on the American Scene. 1962. [Box 14]
Volunteers in Direct Service A Study of their Backgrounds and Experiences 1967:
Volunteers in Direct Service A Study of Their Backgrounds and Experiences. 1967. [Box 14]
A Study of Head Start Volunteers Recruited by The Volunteer Service Corps: Their Characteristics and Reactions to the Program 1965:
A Study of Head Start Volunteers Recruited by The Volunteer Service Corps-- Their Characteristics and Reactions to the Program. By Francis E. Burke. 1966. [Box 14]
Volunteers Unlimited 1968:
Volunteers Unlimited. 1968. [Box 14]
The Volunteer Bureau A Handbook on Organization and Operation:
The Volunteer Bureau A Handbook on Organization and Operation. [Box 14]
The Retarded Child Gets Ready for School 1963:
The Retarded Child Gets Ready for School. By Margaret Hill. 1963. [Box 14]
Report on the 6th National Conference on International Economic and Social Development 1959:
Report on the 6th National Conference on International Economic and Social Development. By Dalton F. McClelland. 1959. [Box 14]
Insurance Coverage of Mental Illness 1962:
Insurance Coverage of Mental Illness. By Evelyn Myers.1962. [Box 14]
truth itself is sensational enough… 1963:
Truth Itself is Sensational Enough… a Report of Five Regional Leadership Conference on Action for Mental Health. 1963. [Box 14]
Invitations 1930's:
The Officers and Trustees of the Young Men's Christian Association of Cleveland Cordially Invite You to Attend the Eighteenth Annual Meeting. 1934. [Box 14]
The Board of Trustees of the Silver Bay Association Cordially Invites You to Attend a Dinner Recognizing the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Silver Bay Association. 1939. [Box 14]
Is Cordially Invited to Attend a Dinner in the Interest of the Transportation Department National Council of the Young Men's Christian Association. [Box 14]
The Directors of the Young WoMen's Christian Association and the Young Men's Christian Association of the city of New York Cordially Invite Mr. and Ms. John E. Manley to Dinner at the Commodore Hotel 1936. [Box 14]
Officers and Directors of the Young Men's Christian Association of the city of New York Cordially Invite Mr. and Ms. John E. Manley to Attend Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. 1935. [Box 14]
The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States and Canada Annual Dinner. 1933. [Box 14]
The General Board of the National Council of the Yougn Men's Christian Associations Cordially Invited You to Attend a Luncheon Roosevelt Hotel. 1929. [Box 14]
National Board of the National Council of Young Men's Christian Associations Dinner. 1937. [Box 14]
The Trustees, Faculty and the Graduating Class of George William College Cordially Invite You to be Present at the Events of the Commencement Program. 1941. [Box 14]
The Headquarters Personnel Committee Cordially Invites You to Attend a Reception to Honor Mrs. Lydia Morrel, Miss Elizabeth Best, Miss Louise Wilkins, Mrs. Viola Sanderson. 1946. [Box 14]
Annual Dinner of the National Council of Y.M.C.A.'s at the Hotel William Penn, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1940. 3 copies. [Box 14]
The Honor of Your Presence is Requested at the Dinner in Tribute to Dr. John R. Mott Recipient of the 1946 Nobel Peace Prize. 1946. 2 copies. [Box 14]
International Y.M.C.A. Dinner Hotel Niagara, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 1935. [Box 14]
Your Cordially Invited to Attend The Thirty-Sixth Annual Dinner of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations at the Waldorf Astoria, New York. 1933. 2 copies. [Box 14]
Annual Dinner of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1922. [Box 14]
Dear, Mr. Swinney: I Will Attend the Dinner Given to Celebrate the Sixth Annual Anniversary of Mr. James M. Speers. 1940. [Box 14]
As a Sponsoring Committee and in Expression of Their Appreciation of the Boy Scouts of America. 1930. [Box 14]
The President and the Board of Directors of the Young Men's Christian Association of Philadelphia Request the Pleasure of Your Company at the Annual Dinner. [Box 14]
I Expect to Attend the Dinner of the National Council of Young Men's Christian Associations at Hotel McAlpin. 1925. [Box 14]
Dinner at the Pennsylvania Hotel. 1931. [Box 14]
Invites You as Guests to the Thirty-Sixth Annual Dinner of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. [Box 14]
In honor of Mr. George Sherwood Eddy and in Recognition of Thirty-Five Years of Service. 1931. [Box 14]
Dear Mr. Ramsdell: I Will Attend the Dinner for Mr. Ramsay. [Box 14]
The Sprinfield Young Men's Christian Association has the Pleasure in Inviting You to be Present at a Dinner in Honor of Mr. Fred W. Ramsay. [Box 14]
You are Cordially Invited to Attend the Thirty Sixth Annual Dinner of the International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations. 1923. [Box 14]
You are Cordially Invited to Attend the Annual Church Dinner of the Greater New York Federation of Churches at the Pennsylvania Hotel . 1931. [Box 14]
You are Cordially Invited to Attend the Twenty-Ninth Annual Banquet of the White Plains Y.M.C.A. 1929. [Box 14]
Important Announcement Preliminary Requests for Reservations Indicate that a Large Number of Cleveland Citizens are Eager to Meet and to Hear One of the Youngest and Ablest Members of President Roosevelt's Cabinet. [Box 14]
Request the Pleasure of Your Company Informally at Dinner on Friday Evening, January 26, 1917 at Six-Thirty O’clock in the Assembly Hall of the Sinton Hotel to Meet John R. Mott. 1917. [Box 14]
Young Men's Christian Associations of the City of New York Cordially Invited Mr. Ralph McKee to Attend the Eighty-Second Anniversary Dinner of the Association. 1934. [Box 14]
The Council on Foreign Relations Requests the Pleasure of the Company Dr. John R. Mott at a Dinner and Conference to be held at the Metropolitan Club. 1918. [Box 14]
New Year's Day Receptions 1900's:
New Years 1917 The Board of Directors and Secretaries of the Young Men's Christian Association Baltimore Central Young Men's Christian Association. 1917. [Box 14]
New Year's Day Community Exposition. 1917. [Box 14]
Where to Go. 1917. [Box 14]
New Years Open House Central Branch Young Men's Christian Association. 1916. [Box 14]
Invitation for New Year's Day. 1916. [Box 14]
Mr. Joseph T. Alling Requests the Pleasure of Your Company at His Home. [Box 14]
Concerning Dr. John R. Mott. [Box 14]
New Year Day Reception and "Open House" 1915 The Twenty-third Street Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association. 1915. [Box 14]
The Committee of Management and Officers of the West Side Young Men's Christian Association. 1915. [Box 14]
It's Your Day Eastern District Branch Young Men's Christian ASS’N. 1916. [Box 14]
New Years Festivities Harlem Young Men's Christian Association. 1915. [Box 14]
…New Year's Reception…. 1915. [Box 14]
A Right Cordial Greeting Awaits You and Your Friends, Ladies or Gentlemen, at the Young Men's Christian Association. 1915. [Box 14]
New Year's Day Reception and Open House at the Main Building Pennsylvania Railroad Dept. 1915. [Box 14]
You and Your Friends are Cordially Invited to Attend the Annual "Open House" and Reception to be Held at the Passaig Young Men's Christian Association. 1913. [Box 14]
Open House and Reception New Year's Day. 1914. [Box 14]
The Association Annual Open House on New Year's Day. 1913. [Box 14]
Special Invitation. [Box 14]
New Year's Reception and Entertainment. 1913. [Box 14]
Wishing You and Yours A Happy New Year. 1912. [Box 14]
Start the New Year Right. 1912. [Box 14]
Open House New Year's Day The Montclair Young Men's Christian Association. 1913. [Box 14]
The Committee of Management and Officers of the West Side Young Men's Christian Association. 1913. [Box 14]
Mental Retardation 1964:
Mental Illness and Mental Retardation Message from the President of the United States. 1963. [Box 14]
Mental Retardation Fiscal Year 1965 Program of the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. 1965. [Box 14]
Higher Education's New Role in the Fight Against Mental Retardations. 1964. [Box 14]
Proposed Mental Retardation Programs Fiscal Year 1966. 1966. [Box 14]
Highlights of Developments in Mental health Programs 1962. 1962. [Box 14]
The White House Conference on Mental Retardation Proceedings. 1963. [Box 14]
Mental Health 1950's:
Understanding Boys and Girls who have Problems. 1957. [Box 14]
Group Psychotherapy Methods. By Eugene C. McDanald Jr, M.D. 1957. [Box 14]
Do Parents Teach Prejudice? By Benjamin Spock M.D.1952. [Box 14]
Digest of First Annual Report Joint Commission on Mental Health Illness and Health Year 1956. 1956. [Box 14]
National Institute of Mental Health. 1958. [Box 14]
You Can Prevent Alcoholism. 1957. [Box 14]
Mobilizing for Mental Health in a. Rural Community. 1953. [Box 14]
The Role of the Mental Health Service in the Local Health Department. By Julian G. Hanlon. 1957. [Box 14]
What is a Problem Drinker? And… How Does he Get That Way? By Howard Whitman. 1957. [Box 14]
Vocational Rehabilitation for the Mentally Disabled. 1958. [Box 14]
what do you do When They Fight? By Fritz Redi.1957. [Box 14]
Do Tranquilizing Pills Change Your Personality? By David B. Allman. 1957. [Box 14]
The Nature of Mental Health. By Henry A. Bowman.1957. [Box 14]
A Comprehensive Program for the Better Mental Health of the Elderly. 1957. [Box 14]
National Institute of Mental Health. 1960. [Box 14]
Vocational Rehabilitation for the Mentally Disabled 1961 Fact Sheet. 1961. [Box 14]
Program Ideas on Mental Health for Parent-Teacher Groups . 1961. [Box 14]
School Phobia. By Ed Kiester. 1961. [Box 14]
Announcing the New 1960 Highlights for Progress in Mental Health Research. 1960. [Box 14]
Mental Health for Parent and Child: A Selected Reading List. 1959. [Box 14]
Mental Health for Teachers and Pupils: A Selected Reading List. 1961. [Box 14]
Introductory Readings in Mental Health: A Selected Reading List. 1959. [Box 14]
Community Mental Health: A Selected Reading List. 1960. [Box 14]
The Mentally Ill Their Care, Treatment, and Rehabilitation. 1960. [Box 14]
Advanced Readings in Mental Health a selected reading list. 1959. [Box 14]
Mental Retardation a Selected Reading List. 1959. [Box 14]
National Institute of Mental Health. 1959. [Box 14]
1963 Editor's Kit 1963.
1963 Editor's Kit. 1963. [Box 14]
A study of the services and support of eleven National agencies 1939:
A Study of the Services and Support of Eleven National Agencies. 1939. [Box 14]
Health and Welfare 1960's:
Standards for National Voluntary Health, Welfare, and recreation Agencies. 1961. [Box 14]
Accounting for United Funds and Community Health and Welfare Councils. 1967. [Box 14]
Obtaining Grants 1970's:
Guidelines for Action. 1962. [Box 14]
A Manual for Obtaining Government Grants. By Louis A. Urgo. 1972. [Box 14]
A Manual for obtaining Foundation Grants. By Louis A. Urgo and Robert J. Corcoran. 1971. [Box 14]
United Fund Budget Manual. 1959. [Box 14]
United Fund Budgeting a Manual of Policies and Procedures. 1967. [Box 14]
The Management Function in Planning Human Care Services . 1967. [Box 14]
Summary Report of Research on the social service exchange 1959:
Summary Report of Research on the Social Service Exchange. 1959. [Box 14]
Social Welfare Assembly 1960's:
Statement of Understanding of United Community Funds and Councils of America, Inc. and the National Social Welfare Assembly, Inc. 1963. 1963. [Box 14]
Papers in Social Welfare "Patterns of Community Action". By Roland L. Warren. 1964. [Box 14]
Standards for National Voluntary Health, Welfare, and Recreation Agencies. 1964. [Box 14]
Community Work 1960's:
The Mind of Social Work. 1964. [Box 14]
Job Descriptions for United Funds, Community Chests, and Community Welfare Councils. [Box 14]
UCS of Metropolitan Boston Salutes 37 years of Building a Healthier, Happier Community. 1957. [Box 14]
Community Chests Budgeting for 1951. 1951. [Box 14]
Community Chests Budgeting for 1952. 1952. [Box 14]
Trends in Community Chest Giving 1951. 1951. [Box 14]
Health Education and Welfare Trends. 1960. [Box 14]
United Funds, Chests, and Councils Go Areawide. 1961. [Box 14]
Guidelines for Action. 1962. [Box 14]
Corporate Support of United Community Campaigns. 1959. [Box 14]
Community Campaigns 1960's:
1962 Allocations in United Community Campaigns. 1962. [Box 14]
1961 Allocations in United Community Campaigns. 1961. [Box 14]
Biennial National Conference. 1954. [Box 14]
Health Foundations and the Whole Man. 1958. [Box 14]
Trends in Community Chest Giving- 1948. 1948. [Box 14]
Experiments with More Inclusive Federation 1950's:
Experiments with More Inclusive Federation Part 1 A Sound Approach. 1951. [Box 14]
Experiments with More Inclusive Federation Part 2 Summary of Community Experience. 1951. [Box 14]
Experiments with More Inclusive Federation Part 3 Plant Level Federated Funds. 1951. [Box 14]
United Community Funds and Councils of America 1958:
Community United Community Funds and Councils of America January-February, 1963. 1963. [Box 14]
Memorandum 1959. 1959. [Box 14]
Priorities in Community Services. 1960. [Box 14]
Limited Community F&C YMCA Campaigns 1960. 1960. [Box 14]
Catalog of Publications. 1959. [Box 14]
Trend in Giving 1959. 1959. [Box 14]
1959 Allocations and Experience in United Funds. 1959. [Box 14]
Great Lakes Institute Community Forces and Social Welfare Programs. 1959. [Box 14]
United We Stand. 1958. [Box 14]
Health Foundations and the "Whole Man" Approach. 1958. [Box 14]
Budgeting for 1958. 1958. [Box 14]
Trends in Giving 1958. 1958. [Box 14]
1958 Experience in United Funds. 1958. [Box 14]
Community Students Today- Leaders Tomorrow. 1958. [Box 14]
United Community Funds and Councils of America 1943-1957:
Facts on Community Welfare Councils 1957. 1957. [Box 14]
1957 Experience in United Funds. 1957. [Box 14]
Budgeting for 1957. 1957. [Box 14]
Campaign Report Meetings - Excerpts from an address by H.J. Bylan, President, Band B Distributing Company, Grand Rapids. 1952. [Box 14]
"Labor's View of Extended Federation". 1952. [Box 14]
Employee Group Cultivation and Solicitation.1952. [Box 14]
Five Keys to Success. 1952. [Box 14]
Campaign Climate and Resources. 1952. [Box 14]
Report on Youth Participation in Community Planning.1952. [Box 14]
The Search Goes on for Yardsticks for Corporation Gifts . 1952. [Box 14]
Study of the Area Development of Health and Welfare Services in Massachusetts. 1952. [Box 14]
Community Health and Welfare Services. 1951. [Box 14]
Income Procedures of National Membership Organizations. 1947. [Box 14]
A Study of the Support of State-Wide and National Social Welfare Agencies by Massachusetts Communities. 1947. [Box 14]
Organizing a Community Chest. 1943. [Box 14]
Boy's Work 1890's-1940's:
Facing Student Problems. By Bruce A. Curry. [Box 14]
Do You Want to Know About Electricity? 1898. [Box 14]
The Marks of Good Boys’ Work. 1949. [Box 14]
Establishing Research as a Major Function of a Private Social Agency. By Robert T. Lansdale. 1942. [Box 14]



INDEX TERMS

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Topics:
Bible--Study and teaching
Physical education and training.
Social work with youth.
War work -- Young Men's Christian associations.
Young Men's Christian associations -- Administration.
Persons:
Mott, John R. (John Raleigh), 1865-1955.
Organizations:
National Council of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States of America.
Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. International Committee.
YMCA of the USA.