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Documenting the 160-year history of the YMCA in the United States and beyond; located at the University of Minnesota Libraries
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YMCA Archives Aug 8
probably does not make you think of the , but it turns out we do have at least one relevant item in our collection of photos of YMCA work in China.
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YMCA Archives Jul 17
We're really excited to see everyone at ! Stop by our booth in the exhibit hall to say hello and get one of our nifty buttons.
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YMCA Archives Jun 21
is the Campus Connector on a different route today? Can't find any info on or your Twitter feed, but it seems that buses are on different route than usual in St. Paul...
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YMCA Archives Jun 7
Did you learn to swim at the ? Hopefully you had more head clearance at your pool than these mid-20th century kids in Newark, NJ ()
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YMCA Archives Apr 2
Need funding to visit the Archives? Two more weeks to get your applications in for the Clarke Chambers Travel Fellowship!
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UMN Libraries Mar 18
Online archival collections are available from to support social science research. For example, YMCA Archives records of international work in China are now available online.
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YMCA Archives Mar 4
Need $ to travel to the Archives for dissertation research? We are now accepting applications for the Clarke Chambers Fellowship. Get yours in by April 15.
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YMCA Archives Feb 19
ATTN: Deadline is in just 10 days! Are you or do you know an graduate student of color who could use $750 to help with educational costs? Applications now being accepted (due March 1) for the MAC Archie Motley Scholarship: .
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YMCA Archives Jan 22
Help us spread to the word to the next generation of archivists
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YMCA Archives Jan 7
Help for the next generation of archivists!
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YMCA Archives Nov 8
Replying to @umnlib
Material from several collections of Archives and Special Collections is on view til 3pm
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YMCA Archives Nov 8
We've displaying some -related material today in recognition of . Come check it out in Elmer Andersen Library room 120. Interested ?
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YMCA Archives Nov 5
Replying to @libkatem
FYI, I think there's a typo in her last name -- I believe it's actually Jakaj
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YMCA Archives Nov 5
Hey folks, here's the link to the crowdsourcing project to transcribe and decode our service punch cards:
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YMCA Archives Oct 30
Help us transcribe & compile data on the 25,926 people who served with the during WWI - pitch in to our crowdsourcing project on Zooniverse
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YMCA Archives 6 Jun 18
Happy 174th birthday from the staff!
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calux 27 Mar 18
Join me this April for National Poetry Month in writing poems about women's experiences during WWI and its aftermath! I will post prompts from the papers of a Chicago pianist who worked w/ the in Europe, 1918-1919. You can find your own prompts and
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YMCA Archives 27 Mar 18
Closing out by recognizing Xinia Brenes Jenkins, whose work for the Costa Rican / focused on providing programs for refugees, housing relief, and vocational skills for women. Learn more:
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YMCA Archives 19 Mar 18
Dissertation writers: Apply now for the Clarke Chambers Travel Fellowship, which provides financial support for research travel to the Archives. Deadline is April 15. More info:
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YMCA Archives 13 Mar 18
Fighting to improve the status of women in the , Winifred Colton was the first woman professional on the national staff and served a 1M+ ppl thru organized groups & activities as secretary for women’s and girls’ work. Learn more:
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