McKey, Richard F., 1874?-1941.University of Toledo1 v. (ca. 450 p.)Letter-impression book containing outgoing letters, mostly pertaining to B.R.T. business but also concerning police work.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Stock, Noel, 1929-University of Toledo2 linear ft.Correspondence, clippings, photographs, manuscripts of books, galley proofs, and printed matter, largely relating to his studies of Pound.Contact InformationCatalog Record
United Spanish War Veterans. Egbert Camp No. 10 (Toledo, Ohio)University of Toledo2 linear ft.Includes minutes, resolutions, membership lists, programs, banner; minutes of Gen. Bates Camp No. 64 (East Toledo); state and national organization circulars and proceedings of encampments.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Toledo Turners.University of Toledo3 linear ft.The bulk of the collection contains records of the business end of the organization. The materials contained in the scrapbooks, documenting the history of the club from 1895-1976 through newsclippings and memorabilia, would perhaps be of greatest interest to researchers. Newsletters, dating from 1935-1987, including the "Monthly Review of the Toledo Turn und Sport Verein" and "The Toledo Turner", are also of interest as well as a number of programs and fliers for events, including the dedication for Turner Hall (1895), and other occasions (1936-1985).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Sunset House.University of Toledo4.25 linear feet.The records of Sunset House, Toledo, Ohio, 1871-1996, are comprised of administrative records, financial records, ephemera and memorablia, including annual reports, treasurers reports, membership and admission committee reports, a visitor's register, board minutes, correspondence, cash books, financial ledgers, accountants reports, financial statements, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, photographs, secondary and primary source histories of the institution and residents, proclamations and slides. The first twenty-five years of the organization are well documented.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Hughes, John, 1847-1931.University of Toledo.5 in.Collection consists of twenty-nine letters written by John Hughes from Toledo, Ohio, to his brother, David, in Toronto, Canada. They reflect the attitudes of a middle class businessman regarding society, politics, economics, and family life in the 1920s. They would be of interest to students of Toledo (Ohio) life during that time period.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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