New York: War Work Council of the Young Womens Christian Association (YWCA), 1919. Tabloid. Good. Item #019452
Single sheet, side folded, 4 pp. With a few black and white photos. A bulletin issued by the War Work Council of the YWCA, originally formed in 1918 to raise funds to assist in World War I. The YWCA spearheaded efforts to help in hosting and housing women who moved to be closer to their husbands or family members were serving in World War I. It also raised funds to boost soldiers' morale and provide recreational opportunities. This issue of the bulletin explains why funds are still needed after the war had ended, and includes public service announcements issued in France on the dangers to women of ill fitting shoes, as well as a letter from Poland. GOOD condition. Several horizontal fold creases present, with some tearing along the folds. General wrinkling and curling. Small hole in the upper front leaf, with slight loss of text. Minor soiling and toning. Address label at the top of the front page.