This collection includes bound copies of the New Century Guild's journal from 1887-1931, the vast majority of which is missing from the New Century Trust Records. The journal changed its name several times, starting as the Journal of Woman's Work and eventually settling on the New Century Journal of Women's Interests. Published every four weeks, the journal included news on the Guild's activities, reprints of annual reports, the names of new members, lists of books and magazines available at the Guild, and more. Additionally, it gave Guild members an opportunity to share their thoughts on a staggering variety of topics. Essays address issues including women's education, pay discrimination, suffrage, gender roles, race relations, marriage, and labor legislation. Some volumes are indexed, with lists of original essays included.