First Home: 1913-1914 (YWC) 201 West Wisconsin, Neenah (upstairs) Owner: Henry Sherry. He was a Lumberman who ran a statewide business in Lumber. Interest sparked in 1870, but became the official starting home in 1913.
Final Home/Spot:1935-1965 (YWCA) 138 North Commercial Street, Neenah. Original Owner: Samuel A. Cook. He was a Republican politician who served as a Mayor in Neenah. This home was purchased by YWCA to house their growing program needs. Needs included additional education and recreational programs. In 1965, the home was raised to build a new building to better support the programs and crowing needs of the community.
Second Home: 1915-1929 (YWC) and 1929-1934 (YWCA) 204 East Doty Ave, Neenah Original Owner: Robert Shiells. He was a banker who rented the house. This house was rented by Helen Babcock for the Young Women's Club. The club emphasized needs of girls and young women. A cafeteria was set up in the first floor for employed young people to eat. The young women's club merged with the national Young Women's Christian Association in 1929. "University of Wisconsin Digital Collections: Clipboard." University of Wisconsin Digital Collections: Clipboard. Web. 26 May 2015.
1965-1967 (YWCA) 110 West North Water Street, Neenah These three houses were torn down for the new YWCA facility to be built.
"University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Record Display." University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Record Display. Web. 28 May 2015.