Young Men's Christian associations -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Records documenting the Metropolitan Minneapolis YMCA interactions with various related organizations, including the Ladies Auxiliary, Minneapolis Y Wives, Minneapolis Church Athletic Association (MCAA), and the Y Men's International clubs.
The James W. McCandless papers consists of daily record books, scrapbooks, pamphlets, booklets, reports, and photographs primarily documenting James McCandless's career as a YMCA secretary in Minneapolis, Dayton, and Los Angeles from 1911 to 1946.
Workbooks, project materials, correspondence, reports, and other material related to Mick Johnson's work on YMCA values education and YMCA programs for youth and young adults during the 1970s and 1980s.
Records documenting YMCA Minneapolis programs focused on boys' work and youth development. This series includes materials on various notable YMCA programs as Indian Guides, Gra-Y, Junior Hi-Y, Hi-Y, Youth in Government, Model United Nations, and Summer Work Training.
Records documenting the administration and evolution of the YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis branch system at the individual branch level. Available records include committee minutes, financial records, campaigns, programs, and marketing materials.
Records documenting the administration and evolution of the YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis organization, including committee minutes, finances, campaigns, general correspondence, reports, international and World Service activities, programs, and marketing and public relations materials.
Photographs, slides, and audiovisual materials depicting the buildings, programs, events, and activities of the Minneapolis YMCA.
Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and pamphlets highlighting the programs and activities of the Minneapolis YMCA.
Papers, primarily correspondence, documenting Wiley's work with YMCA history, the YMCA retirement fund, evangelical organizations outside of the YMCA and work within the YMCA's National Council, including reorganization.