Huhn, Huey G., 1889-University of Toledo2 linear ft.Correspondence; manuscript of a book, Great oaks; articles and printed matter mostly relating to national political and economic issues. Correspondents include Congressional officials.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Canaday, Frank H. (Frank Harrison), 1893-1976.University of Toledo18 linear ft. and 2 v.Outgoing and incoming correspondence, scrapbooks, journals, some records of Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., photographs, a novel, drafts of other writings, and miscellaneous records, personal and business, dealing with marketing of automobiles overseas, travel, art, Harvard alumni affairs, World War I military service, Canaday family, and music in Toledo. Prominent correspondents include Ward M. Canaday, Alfred Dupont Chandler, Joseph Floch, Hans Tietze, James Dulin, and Leverett Saltonstall.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Wotherspoon, Mary Ruth, 1924-University of Toledo.2 linear feet.Materials consist of four notebooks containing research notes taken while writing her book, "So Here I Am? But Where Did I Come From?". (includes notes, correspondence, and genealogical materials).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Hineline, Flora Ward, 1879-1962.University of Toledo3 linear ft.Scrapbooks of news clippings, autobiographed photographs and ephemera dealing with Town Hall Series of speakers, concert artists and actors.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ashley, James Mitchell, 1824-1896.University of Toledo3 in.Memoirs in three versions describing Ashley's early life and political campaigns from 1854 to 1868; fragment of proposal for reorganization of city administration; letters from Charles S. Ashley describing Charlevoix, Michigan.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Scott, Ruby T., 1891-1966, collector.University of Toledo1.8 linear ft.Includes correspondence, genealogical material, poems, photographs, a memory book of 1907; a mid-18th-century German book of autographs and miniatures; school certificates of 1801-1803; teacher's certificates; and the White-Savage collection of autograph letters, poems, and portraits, strongly represented by British women writers and noblewomen of the Victorian period.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Monroe-Central Business and Professional Women's Club.University of Toledo2.7 linear ft.Collection consists of Monroe-Central Business and Professional Women's Club board meeting minutes, correspondence, charter information, annual reports, rosters, by-laws, financial records, newsletters, special events programs, and scrapbooks. There are also materials and publications of other regional BPW clubs, the Ohio BPW, and the national organization (BPW USA).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Public Accountants Society of Ohio, Northwest Ohio Chapter.University of ToledoCollection contains materials of PASO, Northwest Ohio Chapter, including meeting minutes, correspondence, rosters, financial records, continuing education records, and documentation on the 60th annual state convention held in Toledo (1988). PASO (state) records comprise administrative policies, constitution and by-laws, code of ethics, journals, and newsletters. National Association of Public Accountants' constitution and by-laws, newsletters, and pamphlets, are included.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Yager, John W., 1920-University of Toledo3 linear feet.The materials in the collection include minutes of council meetings, correspondence, notes on payroll and city taxes and receipts. Typical subjects include personnel, defense, requisitions, police, traffic, airport, St. Lawrence Seaway opening, city payroll, proclamations, University of Toledo financing, and state aid.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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