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YMCA of Montreal Fonds
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Gymnastics

Four young women waiting in line while another one is jumping over folded mattresses.

Here comes the Y

Trucks lined up at Phillips Square, Montreal. The top of the trucks all read: "Here comes the Y".

Histories

The sub-series documents the creation of histories of the Montreal YMCA. It holds research notes, manuscripts, correspondence, and other documents related to Harold C. Cross' book One Hundred years of Service with Youth: The Story of the Montreal Y.M.C.A. 1851-1951, published by the YMCA in 1951.

The sub-series includes timelines and historical sketches, research notes, correspondence, essays, press clippings, books, photographs, and other materials.

Immigrants, refugees

The sub-series documents Montreal YMCA programs related to immigrants, multiculturalism, and refugees, including YMCA collaboration with government and non-governmental organizations. It includes reports, correspondence, and other materials.

Individual senior employed officers

The series holds documents created or received by senior employed officers of the Metropolitan Montreal YMCA, including correspondence, clippings, articles, photographs, and other materials. Other titles for the position have included general secretary, executive secretary, director general, and president and chief executive officer.

International Committee, other North American YMCA organizations

The sub-series documents collaboration between the Montreal YMCA and joint Canada-U.S. YMCA bodies, apart from Foreign Work/World Service.

It includes yearbooks for North American YMCAs (1889-1973, with some years missing) that were published by or by authority of the International Committee, statistical reports prepared for the year books, as well as other textual

International visits

The records in this sub-sub-series relate to visits to the Montreal YMCA by foreign YMCA and other dignitaries and visits to foreign lands by Montreal YMCA officials.

Jim Cowley

Jim Cowley standing by the timer. Inscribed on the photograph: "It is never too late! Jim Cowley who started to jog at age 79 completed his 100 mile club in 4 month (sic)".

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