Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of Burton Burnstein's papers which include administrative correspondence and memoranda, newsletters and brochures, program planning and scheduling all related to Camp Tikvah, a summer camp in Aitkin, Minnesota sponsored by the Minneapolis Jewish Community Center.
This collection brings together materials related to four different Jewish summer camps throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin: Sophie Wirth Camp, Herzl Camp, Council Camp, and Camp Tikvah.
Approximately 1000 YMCA cost studies conducted by Roger J. Brown during the period from the to late 1960s to 2011, the bulk while he was director of the Management Resource Center serving the YMCAs of Wisconsin. The studies focus heavily on YMCAs in Wisconsin and in neighboring Midwestern states, but also include studies for YMCAs and YMCA camps across the United States and Santiago, Chili.
This collection consists of scrapbooks from Sophie Wirth Camp, a Jewish summer camp which was located in White Bear Lake, Minnesota.
The Jewish Community Center in St. Paul, which opened in 1930 first under the name of the Jewish Educational Center, began as a space for religious education and community activity programs, creating a space for the St. Paul Jewish community to come together for Jewish culture, child care, fitness, recreation and socialization.
Records (1952-1975) of the Virginia, Minnesota Women's Co-op Guild include two scrapbooks of the organization's activities and of the Virginia area people and events, many of them Finnish related. Also included is a dues and membership notebook and a file of correspondnece concerning the summer camp program sponsored by the organization.
Lantern slides and lantern slide shows or lectures compiled by the YMCA, for educational or entertainment use, depicting YMCA activities, mainly in the areas of international (foreign) work and armed services work during World War I.