Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
This small record group consists mainly of promotional materials--pamphlets and brochures--for various years. Other materials include artifacts, correspondence, news clippings, photos, and a video. Of special interest is the file devoted to the Koslowski Twins (Dennis and Duane) and their amateur wrestling careers.
Key words: Dennis Koslowski, Duane Koslowski, University of Minnesota, Waseca, Promotional Material, Fortieth Anniversary.
Collected materials from the Bedford Branch of the YMCA of Greater New York, located in Brooklyn. Covers early history and founding, focuses on the 1960s and 1970s with special attention to the Board of Managers and vocational training.
Collected records of the Bowery Branch of the New York YMCA, from its early history to its merger with the YMCA Vocational Service Center in 1945.
Collected minutes, reports, correspondence, pamphlets, flyers, governing documents, fund raising material, program information and publications primarily from the Brooklyn Central branch of the YMCA of Greater New York.
This collection contains materials related to the life and work of Camille LeFevre such as: personal notes, brochures, posters, clippings, book, correspondence, newsletters, flyers, publicity, production files, and A/V - photos, CDs, Cassettes.
Collected brochures, clippings, branch publications and reports from the Carlton YMCA branch in Brooklyn..
Collected minutes, planning documents, newspaper clippings, brochures, flyers and program announcements from the Cross Island (formerly Eastern Queens) branch of the YMCA of Greater New York.
Collected minutes, reports, clippings, program announcements, fundraising material. correspondence and building plans from the Flushing branch of the YMCA of Greater New York.
Collected materials from the 125th Street Harlem Branch covering governance, programming, finance. Also includes historical materials from 1855-1922.
Collected materials from the African American Harlem Branch of the YMCA of Greater New York. This collection covers governance and public programming with special attention to the Black Achievers program, which honors African Americans who distinguish themselves from their peers in a positive way.
This collection contains notes, brochures, and articles collected by John P. Brantner, professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota.