YM-YWHAYoung Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association (various locations)
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(56.) YM-YWHA, "Annual Reports, 1913-1914," JCC collection, box 42, folder 5, 1; [Brenner], "Report of Survey"; Blumenthal, Three Generations, 11.
In addition to Jeanne Mance House, the YM-YWHA served as a communal space for survivors in Montreal.
Nevertheless, 175 war orphans eventually formed eleven separate newcomer clubs within the YM-YWHA. (66) While these subgroups flourished, there was also a separate club for all newcomers: the New Canadian Club.
The Rose YM-YWHA, which is close to major arteries and public transportation, will most likely sell as a mixed-use development.
Built in 1952, the Rose YM-YWHA has a long history of serving the residents of Mount Vernon and its current owners would like to see the property's next incarnation remain an asset to the Mt.
A foremost figure in the development of American modern dance for the last three decades, she was active as Director of the Dance Department of the 92nd Street YM-YWHA, and Artistic Director of the Juilliard Dance Theatre, the Jose Limon Co., and the Merry-Go-Rounders in recent years.
The money saved was used to make a donation to the New York City Mission Society and the Educational Alliance of the Sol Goldman YM-YWHA.
NEW YORK CITY - "This space has karma from all of its history," says Joan Finkelstein, director of the Dance Center of the 92nd Street YM-YWHA in Manhattan.
Children in programs at the Alliance's Sol Goldman YM-YWHA contributed to the exhibit.
Directly across the street from 333 East 14th Street is the YM-YWHA with a complete health club and swimming pool.
Architects have been selected to design a new $35 million building, on 14th Street near First Avenue, that will combine facilities of the Emanu-El Midtown YM-YWHA and Beth Israel Medical Center, hospital officials announced.