University of ToledoScope and Content Note The Bob and Rob Littin Historical Newspaper Collection consists of newspapers from various U.S. and a few foreign cities documenting important events in our nation’s history dating 1875 to 2008. A majority of the papers are from Toledo. The collection was housed in two large leather portfolios, with most unfolded and placed in plastic sleeves. They have been removed from the portfolios and placed in acid-free boxes. Because of the fragility of the newspapers, no attempt ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of ToledoScope and Content Note The records of the Toledo Rotary Club, 1912-1998, are composed of administrative records, committee files, correspondence, membership records, club projects, records of the Good Fellowship Foundation as well as scrapbooks and other materials detailing the history of the Toledo Rotary Club. Later years (1970s on) are better documented than the earlier years of the club. The collection is divided into eleven primary series and arranged alphabetically, then chronologically. ( ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of ToledoScope and Content Note This collection contains clippings from Louise Bruner’s work as art critic for the Toledo Blade. The folders are arranged in chronological order beginning with 1989 and ending with 1976. Also included is a folder of undated clippings. 3 Title Louise Bruner Date span 1976-1989 Series Descriptions Series I. Newspaper Clippings Series contains newspaper clippings of Ms. Bruner’s art reviews and related articles. 4 Title Louise Bruner Date span 1976- 1989 Box and FolderContact InformationFinding Aid
University of ToledoScope and Content Note At the request of the Donor, the collection was processed chronologically. All folders entitled "Club Materials"/"BPW Program" are arranged by the earliest date with the following order: 1. Correspondence 2. Bulletins 3. Reports 4. Financial Reports 5. News Clippings 6. Ephemera (Programs) 7. Photographs 8. Awards and certificates 9. Artifacts (Box 7, Folder 17 only). Undated materials within each of the seven classifications are filed after dated materials. Folder List Bo ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of ToledoScope and Content Note As noted in the Introduction, the Frank H. Canaday Papers reflect those activities in which Canaday was most strongly interested. By 1935, at the height of his business career, he felt unhappy with his career. At the time of his retirement in 1946, he looked back on his years in advertising as having been destructive. He felt his real interests and talents lay elsewhere ---- in writing short stories and novels, in current events, in art and music, and especially in travel. ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of ToledoScope and Content Note This collection was sorted out of larger donations made by Mr. Duhaime to the Canaday Center and contains many items related to Toledo history. It has been separated according to medium and arranged alphabetically by folder title. The first folder, Booklets – Ohio History, is made up of a number of pamphlets and booklets on the history of Ohio. Titles include: “Ohio, the Gateway of the West,” “Highlights of Ohio History” and “The Indian Wars.” The second fold ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of ToledoScope and Content Note This collection, compiled by Mary Margaret Einhart, contains autographs and signed notes from people involved in the Watergate scandal, 1972-1974. The collection also contains newspaper clippings on each person as well as general clippings about the Watergate scandal. Series List S1 Involved in Watergate One half linear foot. Arranged alphabetically by name of person involved with Watergate. Includes autograph and newspaper clippings on each person in collection. S2 Impeac ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of ToledoScope and Content Note The Steven Pecsenye Collection is divided into four series. The first series, Sketches, consists of several hundred drawings dating from 1943-1983, the majority of which depict the people, customs, wildlife, and sights of Hungary but also include several sketches made by Pecsenye during World War II. The second series, Scrapbooks, is made up of four Scrapbooks dated 1942-1945 compiled by Pecsenye and his relatives during his period of service in the Second World War. These ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of ToledoScope and Content Note This scrapbook is an assortment of newspaper articles, pictures, and clippings from World War II. The information in the articles deals solely with naval service, both men’s and women’s. All the information and pictures pertain to people from Toledo or the northwest Ohio vicinity. A few major themes are prevalent amidst the general Toledo Navy background. A large majority of the information is about W.A.V.E.S women and their service, as well as marriages and the births ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
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