[WOMEN] [W.W.I] Report of the Secretary of the War Work Council; Delivered at the Annual Meeting - June 18, 1918. National Board of the Young Women's Christian Association.
[WOMEN] [W.W.I] Report of the Secretary of the War Work Council; Delivered at the Annual Meeting - June 18, 1918
[WOMEN] [W.W.I] Report of the Secretary of the War Work Council; Delivered at the Annual Meeting - June 18, 1918

[WOMEN] [W.W.I] Report of the Secretary of the War Work Council; Delivered at the Annual Meeting - June 18, 1918

New York: National Board of the Young Women's Christian Association. Staplebound. 16 pages. 17.5 x 11 cm. Stamped on cover: UNITED WAR WORKERS CAMPAIGN Nov. 11-19. During W.W.I, the YWCA was on the seven non-governmental organizations that participated in the United War Workers Campaign, and the only one fully dedicated to serving women. Focusing on female workers in the war industries, the association also operated Hostess Houses in military training camps - a "home away from home" for wives and mothers visiting active soldiers. This Report discusses the Junior War Work Council, Industrial War Work; equal pay for equal work, War Work among Colored Girls and Women, Social Morality, and training at Bryn Mawr College for industrial Supervisors and Managers. Front cover lightly foxed at edge, interior clean and crisp. White wraps. Very good. Item #2509

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