|Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA)
Box 1 includes:
A typescript copy of a letter written by Miss Barcroft to Miss McCarthy giving reasons for the separation of 1916, the Irish Young Women's Christian Association found itself 'out of sympathy with the English Young Women's Christian Association'.
Pamphlet for private circulation only, War Time YWCA by KA.
Typed letter regarding Wexford town and county which is a short history of the Young Women's Christian Association in Wexford, signed by Kathleen M. Colton.
Typescript letter about the history of the Young Women's Christian Association in Coleraine provided by Mrs Bailie, c.1992.
Typescript, An Historical Sketch of the Early Days of the Young Women's Christian Association published list of Young Women's Christian Association branches, hostels and holiday homes, with manuscript annotations.
Copy of 'TIE' [Tidings of Irish Evangelism] January 1960 on Young Women's Christian Association 100th anniversary.
Letter from Young Women's Christian Association, London 20 December 1940 to the general secretary of the Young Women's Christian Association in Ireland regarding the setting up a hostel in Londonderry for 'young toughs'.
Miscellaneous newsclippings, leaflets.
Printed An Historical Sketch of the Early Days of the YWCA by S.A. Marrable, 18 copies
Typescript letters of the Young Women's Christian Association of South Africa, April to December 1931, about the dispute in Young Women's Christian Association.
Typescript report of the unofficial meeting of the executive of the National Council of the Young Women's Christian Association of South Africa held in Johannesburg, 26 November 1931, marked private.
Typed extract from the minutes October 1953.
Booklet on the Young Women's Christian Association, what it is and what it does
Typescript history of the Young Women's Christian Association in Ireland from 1860
Manuscript, 1 book, Young Women's Christian Association Missionary fund, 1960-1963.
Scrapbook of cards, many in colour, newsclippings, c.1886 to 1976.
Folder about the Dublin Bible College, printed annual reports 1945 to 1950, 5 issues, with leaflets.
|By prior appointment.
Among the material relating to the YWCA, which was moved to the Representative Church Body Library after the original survey was undertaken.
A descriptive list for this collection is available here.
|Representative Church Body Library
|Braemor Park Churchtown Dublin 14
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|Some of the information listed from this repository has been extracted from lists available in the archives. The lists were compiled by staff of the Representative Church Body and we are grateful for their assistance. Where no or partial lists were available staff of the Women's History Project compiled an outline list. Due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually.