Human Generated Data

Title

Charity, Organizations: United States. Massachusetts. Boston. Publicity for Social Work. (1) House Papers. (2) Newspaper Editorials. (3) Novelties, Blotters, Bookmarks, Calendars, etc.: Pioneer News. Boston Young Women's Christian Association

Date

March 1930

People

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Classification

Archival Material

Human Generated Data

Title

Charity, Organizations: United States. Massachusetts. Boston. Publicity for Social Work. (1) House Papers. (2) Newspaper Editorials. (3) Novelties, Blotters, Bookmarks, Calendars, etc.: Pioneer News. Boston Young Women's Christian Association

People

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Date

March 1930

Classification

Archival Material

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon

Newspaper 99.9
Text 99.9
Person 98.9
Human 98.9
Person 98.7

Clarifai

print 98.9
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man 81.1
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Imagga

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copy 14.2
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print 13.2
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Google

Text 92.4
Newsprint 91.9
Paper 85.3
Newspaper 85.2
News 74.1
Paper product 70.7
Retro style 69.7
Publication 69.4
History 54.1

Microsoft

text 100
newspaper 98.4
human face 96.6
person 94.8
magazine 71.8
man 58.6

Face analysis

Amazon

Microsoft

Google

AWS Rekognition

Age 38-59
Gender Female, 76.1%
Calm 49%
Surprised 7.2%
Happy 1%
Disgusted 2.5%
Angry 17%
Sad 16.9%
Confused 6.5%

AWS Rekognition

Age 26-43
Gender Female, 93.4%
Happy 0.6%
Disgusted 0.5%
Surprised 1.9%
Sad 11.1%
Confused 3.1%
Angry 5%
Calm 77.7%

Microsoft Cognitive Services

Age 28
Gender Female

Microsoft Cognitive Services

Age 41
Gender Female

Google Vision

Surprise Very unlikely
Anger Very unlikely
Sorrow Very unlikely
Joy Very unlikely
Headwear Very unlikely
Blurred Very unlikely

Google Vision

Surprise Very unlikely
Anger Very unlikely
Sorrow Very unlikely
Joy Very unlikely
Headwear Very unlikely
Blurred Very unlikely

Feature analysis

Amazon

Person 98.9%

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of a newspaper 86.7%
a close up of a newspaper article 85.6%
close up of a newspaper 85%

Text analysis

Amazon

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Carrying On
On
1930
YOUNG
Service
Continuation
The Service Continuation Fund
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BOSTON
WOMEN'S
The
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CHRISTIAN
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Thomas
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Google

News
No.
The
Continuation
uniting
Ser-
vice
Fund
to
Student
Associations
1932.
that
progress
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made,
and
in
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C.
chairman
of
Service
Mrs.
Douglas
Mercer,
the
Young
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committee.
manf
essential
Boston
Y.
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Cambridge,
make
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girls.
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ment
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there
you
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along.
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place
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You
learn
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mates
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doors
over
spectively.
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There
FREE
MUSICALES
deal
one
build-
ing
Tuesday
afternoons
those
give,
give
instead
three
especially
with
lectures
truly
interested
forming
music
adventure,
enrich
many
fold.
Pioneer News BOSTON YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION VOL. 2 MARCH, 1930 No. 3 Carrying On The Service Continuation Fund As this issue comes to you, women all over Metropolitan Boston-and men also-are uniting to bring to successful completion an undertaking They are organizing to raise the Ser- vice Continuation Fund which has been planned to cover all financial li- tan Student Associations until 1932. learn that substantial progress has al- ready been made, both in gifts re- ceived and in the response of indi- join the campaign organization Mr Ge i t Men's Ade visory Board of the Y. W. C. A., is honorary chairman of this organization, Mrs. Thomas M. Claflin, Chairman Committee, Service Mrs. C. Douglas Mercer, the newly elected President of the Boston Young Women's Christian Association. homas M. Clafin is chair- executive committee. Continuation Eund manf Three essential needs are the basis A CHOICE GIFT The Boston Y. W. C. A. is grateful to President and Mrs. A. Lawrence Lowell of Cambridge, for the gift of bible, a product of the Oxford Press. needed to make possible the necessary renovation of the Berkeley Street low- cost residence for girls. Second, a fund YOU CAN HELP Pioneer readers are invited to visit the campaign office on the sixth floor. If, when the time comes, you can give first payment on the mortgage on the Clarendon Street building. Such a pay- ment will reduce annual interest charges and lower operating costs. in keeping with the already beautiful appointments of the meditation chapel. will be doing somethin while. Possibly you can be of the greatest service by joining the cam- A HOUSE OF NATIONS Close to the heart of the oldest and finest traditions, not only of Boston, but of all America, there has come to trutha House of Finally, funds are needed to supply friends to eresting your you may have some original, good ideas. If you think you have, pass them along. the dierence between annual ex- which results from the Y. W. C. A. policy of trying to be of service to as many girls and young women as possi- very The lovely old place at 190 Beacon St., with its spacious rooms overlook- ing the Charles River, is surely a You can learn all about the cam- ingly. To balance the 1929 budget, $142,180 is needed, while careful esti- mates show that $126,200 and $125,600 paign at the offhce, where literature is Those in charge will be glad ternational friendship. Within six weeks the International Institute has opened its doors to over 1500 people to see you. spectively. All told, the Service Con- tinuation Fund amounts to $453,980. Help your Y. W. C. A. to carry on! Receptions, informal dances. lectures. debates, valentine parties and regular club programs have been the order of the day There is every advantage in plan- ning such a fund for three years in- stead of only one year. FREE LENTEN MUSICALES Campaigns great deal of work, so that one mean If you are in the Association build- ing on Tuesday afternoons at 4:30, in und will be fa expected that those who give, also, will welcome the opportunity to give once instead of three times, especially since to nd as full with mare teasda lectures already scheduled. Are you truly interested in forming friendships n hour of music in the Tii visit 19 ands? this great adventure, enrich your own life many fold. Then Beginning March 4, and on each making pledge payments over an ex- tended period. these musicales will give opportunity for an hour of quiet meditation.
WOMEN'S
CHRISTIAN
2
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also-are
successful
undertaking
organizing
all
financial
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join
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Mr
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visory
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CHOICE
is
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payment
mortgage
Clarendon
building.
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only
come
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good
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policy
service
as
at
190
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careful
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Institute
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Help
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years
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Then
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payments
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period.
meditation.
VOL.
MARCH,
3
issue
women
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