Collection contains organizational records of the Center for Womens Concerns consisting of Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws and Constitutions, membership lists, minutes, finances, newsletters, correspondence, and reports. Besides the newsletters (originally monthly, later quarterly), the largest files are on the groups annual Interfaith events and on the Annual Retreats. These materials should be of interest to local historians and scholars involved in womens studies (or feminism) or religious studies, especially as they represent generally well-organized documentation of a small group and its activities
The collection contains Canaday's correspondence, speeches, photographs, newspaper clippings, and honors. Also included are materials related to his wife, Mariam, who was active in the Toledo community, and personal material reflecting their lives as a couple. The collection also contains materials on their daughter, Doreen Canaday Spitzer, author of a family biography, By One and One (c1984), as well as benefactor and archaeologist, and her husband, Lyman Spitzer, Jr., a reknowned astronomer and researcher. Additional material relates to Ward M. Canaday's brother, Frank, and his wife, Molly; and documentation on Willys-Overland Motors and specifically the Jeep Administration Building and its history (1941-1974).
Toledo Chief of Police miscellaneous papers, 1924-1947, consist of correspondence, police department records, and one scrapbook. The correspondence consists of two files covering the dates from 1924-1927. The police records consist of the records of arrests, convictions, and fines handled by the Central Station of the Toledo Police Department, for various dates from 1922-1925, and a list of names of women that we have called a suspect list, which is probably a list of known prostitutes living and operating in the city at the time (however, the list is undated)
This collection focuses on the rare book collection and related activities of Lucille Emch while she was the University of Toledo Rare Book Librarian and as part of her Rare Book Consultancy business after retiring from the university in 1979. The collection represents two principal areas of interest in Emchs professional life: 1) History of books and printing, manuscripts, and rare books related to her work as Rare Book Librarian and later, an independent consultant after her retirement from the University of Toledo; and 2) Local history, and her involvement with the Landmarks Committee of the Maumee Valley Historical Society
This collection consists of historical and commemorative glasses and bottles collected by Ted Ligibel because of his interest in local history. Researchers should use care in unwrapping the items, as they are fragile. Each item is wrapped in acid free tissue, and the description of the item is noted on the outside of the wrapping.
The collection: the correspondence is primarily letters and cards exchanged between herself and her family and friends. The School and Professional Papers series includes grade cards, diplomas, letters of recommendation, and school projects. Kellogg's obituary is also included in this series. Financial Documents in this collection consist primarily of tax records and bank books. The Printed materials series is comprised of books of daily use like address books along with several pamphlets, clippings, fliers, brochures, and business cards. Kellogg's photographs are mainly snapshots of family members, a formal portrait of herself, along with pictures apparently of the areas surrounding her home. The final series, Ephemera, includes wallets, name or calling cards and other handwritten materials.
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