Child Study Club of Ithaca records, 1901-1983.

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Child Study Club of Ithaca records, 1901-1983.

Child Study Club of Ithaca records, 1901-1983.

Collection includes minutes of the Child Study Club of Ithaca dealing with the club's interests and activities, including the mental and physical development of children; theories of child behavior; children's entertainment; local organizations for children, such as Girl Scouts and West Side House; constitutions, bylaws, and amendments, 1921-1973; correspondence of the Secretary with other organizations, 1923-1965, including the City Federation of Women's Organizations, the American Red Cross, Ithaca Better Films Council, Tompkins County Tuberculosis and Public Health Association, and the League of Women Voters of Tompkins County; a history of the club by Lucille H. Gunkel, 1969; financial records, 1930-1961; yearbooks and rosters, 1903-1976; pamphlets, hand outs, and clippings.

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Girl Scouts of the United States of America

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City Federation of Women's Organizations.

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American Red Cross

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