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Documents concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. work with the YWCA in Egypt. Early work in Egypt consists of American secretaries visiting Egypt to offer leadership training, offer advice on starting association work, and assessing the condition of the people and what work needs to be done. Special discussion is given to cooperation with or interaction with other organizations such as the YMCA and other religions in the area such as Copts and Muslims. As World War II comes work in Egypt takes on the form of war work and relief work. Correspondence concerning Sue Stills and Emily Rued arrange for their travels to Egypt in cooperation with the British YWCA for relief work. Other considerations in work in Egypt concern the conflict with Palestine and the United States' involvement.
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Egypt, Sophia Smith Collection, MS 324, Smith College Special Collections, Northampton, Massachusetts.