How Did a Multi-Racial Movement Develop in the
Baltimore YWCA, 1883-1926?

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Abstract

Overview: Adrienne Lash Jones, "Young Women's Christian Association," 1993.

Introduction

            

Document 1: "First Annual Report of the Young Women's Christian Association of Baltimore," 1883

Document 2: "To our Friends and the Public," Letter from the 1884 Annual Report

Document 3: Constitution of the Baltimore Young Women's Christian Association, 1883

Document 4: "Report of the Lodging Committee," Annual Report of 1884

Document 5: "Report of the Lodging Committee," Annual Report of 1885

Document 6: "Report of the Employment Committee," Annual Report of 1885

Document 7: Report of the Membership Committee, Annual Report of 1887

Document 8: "Admission Committee Report," Annual Report of 1889

Document 9: "Library," Annual Report of 1891

Document 10: "Admission Report," Annual Report of 1893

Document 11: "Lodging House," Annual Report of 1894

Document 12: "Mother's Branch," Annual Report of 1894

Document 13: "List of Prices," Annual Report of 1894

Document 14: "Admission Committee," Annual Report of 1898

Document 15: "Admission and Boarding Home," Annual Report of 1900

Document 16: "Nineteenth Annual Report of the Young Women's Christian Association," 1902

Document 17: "Cooking Lessons," Annual Report of 1905

Document 18: "Friday Evening Club," Annual Report of 1908

Document 19: Constitution of the Colored Young Women's Christian Association,  1896

Document 20: "Rules for the Home," 1896

Document 21: Annual Report of the C.Y.W.C.A., 1906

Document 22: Colored Young Women's Christian Association Board members to Board of Managers of the Baltimore Y.W.C.A, 14 February 1912

Document 23: "Tentative Plan for the Affiliation of the C.Y.W.C.A. with the Y.W.C.A. of Baltimore City Through a Joint Committee," [April 1912]

Document 24: Letter from the C.Y.W.C.A. in reference to affiliation, 3 April 1912

Document 25A: Jane Olcott, "Information from War Work Centers Indicating Industries in which Colored Women are employed and those in which Y.W.C.A. Club Membership is Represented," 1919

Document 25B: Jane Olcott, "An Industrial Secretary for Baltimore," 1919

Document 26: Board of Managers of the C.Y.W.C.A. to the Metropolitan Board of the Baltimore Y.W.C.A., [1919]

Document 27A: Baltimore YWCA, Minutes of Metropolitan Board Meeting, 19 January 1920

Document 27B: Affiliation Agreement between CYWCA and YWCA, 24 February 1920

Document 28: Cordella A. Winn to Mrs. John L. Hitchens, 18 August 1922

Document 29: Cordella A. Winn to Mary Day, 18 August 1922

Document 30: Mary Day to Cordella A. Winn, 12 September 1922

Document 31: Cordella A. Winn to Mary Day, 3 October 1922

Document 32: "Y.W.C.A. Holds Formal Opening," 16 January 1926

Document 33: Annual Report of Druid Hill Avenue Branch, 1926

            

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