Student work records, 1879-1995. (bulk 1900-1970).


Student work records, 1879-1995. (bulk 1900-1970).

Minutes, correspondence, reports, topical files, publications, and other material documenting the work of the YMCA with students on college and university campuses in the United States and Canada. Also included are records concerning other national and international Christian student groups with which the Student YMCA worked. .

90 cu. ft. (224 boxes)


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National Council of Student Christian Associations. (corporateBody)

Wishard, Luther D. (Luther Deloraine), 1854-1925 (person)

Mott, John R. (John Raleigh), 1865-1955 (person)

John Raleigh Mott was born on May 25, 1865 in Livingston Manor, New York to John Stitt and Elmira Dodge Mott. John R. was the third of four children, having two older and one younger sister. The family soon moved to Postville, Iowa, where the elder Mott prospered as a retail lumber and hardware merchant and became mayor. In this conservative, ethnically diverse environment, young Mott grew to mid-adolescence in a home warmed by Methodist "holiness," which faith he confessed...

World Student Christian Federation (corporateBody)

The North America Regional Office of the World Student Christian Federation was formed in 1973 to serve as the governing body for WSCF-affiliated and associated student Christian movements in the United States and Canada. Within the North America Region, the North America Regional Committee and the North America Regional Executive Committee conducted business and made official decisions regarding policy, program and budget. The Student Christian Movement of Canada was the WSCF-affiliated movemen...

Student Volunteer Missionary Union (corporateBody)

National Student Christian Federation (corporateBody)

Ober, Charles K. (Charles Kellogg), 1856- (person)

Charles Kellogg Ober was born May 5, 1856 in Beverly, Mass., and attended Williams College (1879-1883). He developed an early interest in the Young Men's Christian Association which led to his appointment as assistant to Robert R. McBurney, Secretary of the Y.M.C.A. of the City of New York, in 1882. Ober married Julia Dodge in 1883, and served as State Secretary of the Massachusetts Y.M.C.A. from 1883 to 1884. From 1884 to 1890, Ober participated in the Y.M.C.A.'s college movement, the Northfiel...

Student Young Men's Christian Association (corporateBody)

National Intercollegiate Christian Council (corporateBody)

The National Intercollegiate Christian Council was authorized by the National Board of the Young Women's Christian Associations, the National Council of Student Young Men's Christian Associations, and by Regional Student Christian Movements, and the National Intercollegiate Christian Council Peace Commission. Its purpose was to make young people aware of practical peace techniques. From the description of Collection, 1939-1941. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record ...

National Association of Student YMCAs. (corporateBody)

Weidensall, Robert 1836-1922. (person)

Robert Weidensall was born in 1836 in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania and helped organized the YMCA there in 1866. While working as superintendant in the Union Pacific Railroad's car shops in Nebraska, he became active in the Omaha YMCA and was elected its vice president in 1868. Later that year he was made a YMCA employee as its fires field secretary to organize YMCAs along the Union Pacific line. In the course of 54 years, Weidensall pioneered the YMCA movement among railroad workers and in school...

Student Christian Movement of Great Britain and Ireland (corporateBody)

Affiliated with the World Student Christian Federation. From the description of Records of the Student Christian Movement of Great Britain and Ireland, 1914-1979 (inclusive). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 702152698 ...

Interseminary Movement (corporateBody)

YMCA of the USA (corporateBody)

A child of evangelical Protestantism, the YMCA at first considered itself a specialized agency for bringing young men to Christ. Although the early Y's mission was unabashedly religious in nature, the organization focused on method rather than doctrine or philosophy. Dominated by business men rather than professional religious leaders, the movement tended to emphasize facilities, expansion, practical usefulness, and specific influence. Early work included not only the distribution of tracts, Bib...