Neighborhood Improvement Foundation of Toledo, Inc.University of Toledo3 linear feet.Scrapbooks contain: newspaper clippings, mission statements, goal statements, photographs, awards, research materials related to community development, conservation, and among other related issues, and correspondence.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Mail from Toledo (newsletter)University of Toledo3 in.Contains incoming letters from soldiers with surnames beginning with 'A, ' mostly acknowledging receipt of newsletter.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Deering, Frederick.University of Toledo60 linear feet.Materials consist of correspondence, House and Senate bills, administrative files, newspaper clippings, photographs, printed materials, and ephemera.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Toledo Civic Hall of Fame Commission.University of Toledo4 itmes.Collection consists of a program, press release, and videotape of the 1998 Hall of Fame inductees, along with a letter of thanks for the Canaday Center's assistance in the production of the video.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Harman, Felix C., 1880-1925.University of Toledo5 in.Collection consists mainly of medical school notebooks created by Felix C. Harman. Also included are photographs of Harman, and certificates he earned for school and for the Officers' Reserve Corps of the U.S. Army.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Bruce, J. G., Mrs., fl. ca.1841.University of Toledo1 item (4 p.) ;Tells her sister her feelings about her recent move to Ohio. Describes a "donation visit" on New Year's Eve.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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