The first secretary for Boys’ Work was appointed to the staff of the International Committee in 1900. A series of international conferences in 1915 led to a growth in attention to Boys’ Work, and reaching a peak around 1925 when a third of the major Boys’ Work Assemblies of the period were held.
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