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YWCA of the USA's work with immigrant women and their families include offering classes, services, and community relations. Early work centered in international institutes, branches of local associations focused on meeting the needs of the immigrant community. Photographs include images of services and programs, members, buildings, and women demonstrating traditional dress from their home countries.
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Immigration and foreign communities, Sophia Smith Collection, MS 0324, Smith College Special Collections, Northampton, Massachusetts.