Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.). National Volunteers Organization
Est. 1936; an auditorium built in 1941 was named for Mary Harris, the first president of the National Volunteers Organization who served from 1936-1950. Not in LC/NAF 12/2/2009.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Historical information about the NVO (National Volunteers Organization) and copies of brochures and cards and correspondence used by the NVO. Materials originally in a 3-ring binder.
Overview Several miscellaneous photographs from events in the 1990s and a few head shots from 2009.
Overview The National Council of Auxiliaries began in 1906 in New York by a group wishing to raise funds and spirit for a friend at JCRS. The folder contains three copies of the "National Council of Auxiliaries: Hisotry" booklet, as well as a printed document containing some of the same information in the publication. Also included in this folder are some other miscellaneous materials: 2008 photograph of volunteers at a luncheon, and three copies of letters from AMC accepting the retirement of chapters.
Overview Newsletter, printed to look like a newspaper, from the NVO Biennial COnvention in 1991. The articles include features on volunteers, research, ending the year with a surplus and history of the organization with historic photographs of JCRS/AMC.
Overview Materials from the NVO 2000 National Meeting program binder (now removed from original binder) includes schedule, hotel map, tour group lists, dinner seating assignments as well as articles on research, physicians and a map and walking tour of the compus.
Overview Two editions of the Recorder for the St. Louis Auxiliaries which include participants, offciers, sponsors and contact information.
Overview Photographs from the 2000 convention entitled Then and Now.