Materials consist of personal and professional correspondence; newspaper clippings spanning Grigsby's career, photographs, programs, maps, typescripts, and printed materials collected as a result of research into local history topics.
Collection consists mainly of materials generated by Peter Ujvagi, other members of City Council, and various city departments and offices. Materials include city and county government records, legislative topics, downtown redevelopment, and homeless-related materials
The Andersons began as a grain elevator company in 1936, and grew into a diversified agribusiness company with agricultural, retail, grain processing, railroad, and financial divisions. This collection primarily comprises photographic material, newsletters and newspapers, and company scrapbooks
Neighborhood Improvement Foundation of Toledo, Inc.
University of Toledo
3 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.
These oral history interviews were recorded by Mary Pachin and Debra Marinski, graduate students in the University of Toledo Department of History, as part of a project sponsored by Toledos Attic. Toledos Attic is a virtual museum administered by the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library and the Maumee Valley Historical Society. Dr. Timothy Messer-Kruse serves as the webmaster for Toledos Attic
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