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The records date from 1884 - 2007 with the bulk of the records dating from the early 1900s to the 1970s.
The records are arranged into ten series and measure 18.1 linear feet (46 Boxes).
During World War II the organization provided USO activities and acted as a ration station.
Carol Klocek donated additional records on July 9, 2009.
The collection consists of organizational records, financial records, marketing materials, membership records, agendas, photographs, negatives, slides, scrapbooks, awards and certificates, budgets, bylaws, clippings, correspondence, manuals and handbooks, minutes, newsletters, notes, posters, and reports that document YWCA Fort Worth.
In 1946, YWCA Fort Worth adopted an Interracial Charter, and in 1968, the downtown YWCA merged with the Highland Park YWCA, which served African-American women in Fort Worth.
The building at 512 W 4th Street was purchased in 1955, and it remains the YWCA headquarters today.