This collection is comprised of Mr. Lakins professional papers and office files created during his tenure as Executive Director of the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments (TMACOG). A dedicated civil servant, Mr. Lakin led this non-profit organization of regional governments in its goal of providing technical services to its members
A branch of the Levis family that founded the Illinois Glass Company, which later merged with the Owens Bottle Company to form Owens-Illinois. This collection contains four oversize photographs of members this part of the Levis family
Arganonä weddas [The Praise of the blessed Virgin Mary : missal]; Këddasë Mariani [The Anaphora of the blessed Virgin : missal / Cyriacus, Bishop of Behnesa; and the following magical prayers: Lefafä tsëdeq [Bandelet of righteousness]; prayer to fetter the devils; prayer of St. Susenyos; Lefafä tsëdeq; Lisanä sebe.
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 mens and womens. 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 of their children. A particular recurring newspaper article that can be found in its weekly printing is the What do you want to know War time questions column. These articles are especially specific and answer common concerns from normal Americans. One organization that is represented often in the scrapbook is the Navy Mothers Club. These articles are mostly advertisements and announcements for the organization's functions in the area
Service organization that provided education and counseling programs, as well as other assistance, to HIV/AIDS victims Contains administrative files, funding and financial records, material on planning and development, printed material, audiovisual material, and ephemera.
Materials consist of correspondence, reports (administrative and financial), tax returns, ledgers (including accounts received and payable), printed materials (blueprints, maps, schematic drawings), and ephemera (signal lamps, brass spitoon, and related signage).
Comprised primarily of typescripts for various films, plays, and television series written by Mr. Gordon. Also included is a deposition, taken in a lawsuit against Mr. Gordon, a collection of newspaper clippings related to "Arthur," a 1981 New York Magazine, as well as several promotional materials.
The papers of H.O. and H.W. Hem consist of 5 linear feet and broken into four primary series: blueprints and engineering drawings, photographs, publications, and miscellaneous H.O and H.W. materials. These materials give an in-depth description of the engineering side of the Toledo Scale Company during the two Hems terms as chief engineers. The collection consists of blueprints and drawings, scale newsletters, photographs and catalogs of scales, instructions, other companies products, sales information, articles, and correspondence materials documenting the daily engineering of scales.
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