YMCA Subject File, 1886-2004, 2008-2009 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 41/69/322
Acquired: 6/18/99; 1/8/2009; 4/8/2010; 2/26/2014
Volume: 39.0 cubic feet
Available for use at:
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Description: YMCA Subject File (1886-2004, 2008-2009) including meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, blueprints, manuals , calendars, conference materials, brochures, constitutions, articles, stock listings, budget summaries and statements, fund raising materials, yearbooks, educational program materials, maps and charts, membership committee materials, personnel records, social and recreational program materials, song books, staff seminar materials, student presidents' reports, wartime services materials, clippings, election materials, lectures, memorials and obituaries, reference publications, and ledgers concerning alumni, students, board members, trustees, cabinet, Camp Howard (1953-54, 1963-64) , Chief Illiniwek (1951, 1987, 1989), Daily Illini (1911-63), Community Chests (1926, 1933, 1945-48, 1955), Camera Club (1949), faculty, fraternities, Geneva Conference, graduate students, Homecoming, insurance, international programs, interracial relations (1928-33, 1951), William McKinley (1929), national councils, Ohio State YMCA and Communist charges (1948), parties and carnivals, prisoners of war (1940-43), psychoanalysis and Christianity (1959), summer projects, veterans' programs, international students, Spring Break programs, donors, anniversaries, scholarships, internships, ecological concerns, food service, Friday Forum (1983-1992, 2009), Heritage Circle (1978, 1996-98, 2000), La Casa Cultural Latina (1983-85), Native American Action Group (1988-91), poverty (1966), racism and discrimination (1967-89), volunteers, women's issues and YWCA (1963-64, 1970-73, 1978-93), and the Y Eatery (1985-86), as well as historical materials collected by Scott J. Peters as research for his book, The Promise of Association, A History of the Mission and Work of the YMCA at the University of Illinois, 1873-1997 (see 41/69/327).