Saint Paul Area YMCArecords. 1856-1999.


Saint Paul Area YMCA records., 1856-1999.

Saint Paul Area YMCArecords. 1856-1999.

Minutes, constitution and by-laws, annual meeting materials,financial and committee records, correspondence, transcripts of newspaper articles,subject files, branch files, camp files, photographs, and scrapbooks containinginformation on the St. Paul (Minn.) area YMCA's many programs and activities foryouths and adults.


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