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Annual reports, monthly reports and staff work plans for National Student YWCA staff in New York State and documents concerning the Student Christian Movement in New York. The Student Christian Movement in New York is a unifying organization for all campus student Christian groups. The student YWCA in New York is part of that group for some regional governance while remaining a part of the National Student YWCA. Regional staff report to the National Student YWCA. Annual and monthly reports combine statistical and narrative reporting to summarize the activities, challenges and successes for the reporting period. Staff work plans outline projected visits and responsibilities for area staff. Documents concerning the Student Christian Movement in New York State include staff studies and reports, letters and reports concerning the role of the YWCA in the Student Christian Movement of New York State and related correspondence.
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Student New York region, Sophia Smith Collection of Women's History, MS 00324, Smith College Special Collections, Northampton, Massachusetts.