Stewart, Ella P. (Ella Phillips), 1893-1987.University of Toledo2 linear ft.Scrapbooks dealing with Stewart Pharmacy (co-owned and operated with William Stewart, Ella's husband), Indiana Avenue Nursery project (co-sponsored by the Works Progress Administration and Delta Sigma Theta sorority) the Pan-Pacific and South East Asia Women's Association, and the Ward M. Canaday Center comprise the bulk of the material.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Business and Professional Women/Toledo.University of Toledo16 linear feet.Materials consist of correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, newsletters, audiovisual materials, printed materials, memorabilia, and the club charter.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Central Labor Union (Toledo, Ohio)University of Toledo1 linear ft.The collection consists primarily of Toledo CLU yearbooks (1915-1919, 1945, 1952, 1956-1957); and annual rental statements that document the finances of Old Central, Inc., the management company of Labor Temple located in downtown Toledo that housed the Central Labor Union and subsidiary trade union offices. Some of the material reflects the involvement of the Toledo Building Trades Council which generated the records, including minutes (1915, 1920) and correspondence. Also in the collection are AFL-CIO Toledo constitution and bylaws and documentation (ca. 1956-58) stemming from the Central Union's merger with that organization.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Burns, William C. (William Clark), 1854-1955.University of Toledo1 linear ft.Includes minutes and historical questionnaires of Toledo Presbytery, 1927-1931; correspondence, commemorative items, essays, material on Morrison R. Waite High School and Toledo branch of American Association of University Women.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Burns, Mary Boyle, 1892-1977.University of Toledo1 linear ft.Scrapbookis containing newspaper clippings, 1935-1940 and 1946-1950, mainly about Toledo elections; Democratic Party; and political issues such as taxation, relief, Federal aid, annexation, and township incorporation; also photographs; testimonial dinner program; resolution from state legislature.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Family Service of Northwestern Ohio.University of Toledo5 linear feet.Meetings minutes from the Toledo Federation of Charities, Social Service Federation, Traveler's Aid Society of Toledo, Child and Family Agency, Family Service, and Family Services of Greater Toledo; correspondence and reports from Toledo Federation of Charities; interview transcripts, institutional history, and publications by and about this organization; articles of agreement with other charities; and scrapbooks, 1908-1980's.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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