White, Herbert H., 1897-1974.University of Toledo5 in.The collection consists primarily of White's diaries and correspondence between White and his family written while he was a soldier in Europe during World War I. Also included are photographs, drawings, hand-drawn maps, and personal army-related artifacts.Contact InformationCatalog Record
United Way of Greater Toledo.University of Toledo9 cu. ft. (46 v.)Scrapbooks containing newsclippings on fund drives, the scope of the United Way and member agencies, profiles of aid recipients, and agency name changes. Collection also includes fund drive literature and publicity materials.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Kessler, Harry, 1927-University of Toledo5.5 linear feet.Materials consist of files for various city departments, institutions, and programs that include correspondence, reports, model city plans, legislative documents, news releases, travel itineraries, and printed materials. Among subjects covered are: the Toledo Express Airport, arts, civil service, community development, housing, labor, parks and recreation, revenue sharing, and TMACOG (Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ames, Edward C. (Edward Carder), 1906-1987.University of Toledo9 linear ft.Minutes and agenda of State Board of Education; reports and recommendations of Superintendent of Public Instruction; memoranda; correspondence; publications; clippings. Significant topics include school district reorganization, vocational education, and sex education.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Association of Two Toledos (Toledo, Ohio)University of Toledo10 linear ft.Collection highlights major activities and accomplishments of the Association, including travel abroad by club members, exchange student programs, exhibitions of Spanish art at the Toledo Museum of Art, honors from the Sister Cities International organization, and other activities.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Van Nostrand-Titus, Mary.University of Toledo1 bound v.Collection consists of copies of 26 letters (written in a blank book) from Mary Van Nostrand Titus to her husband, Walter Titus, when he was away from home. Topics covered include their children, extended family, daily life, health, travel, and other concerns of middle class American woman in the early 19th century.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Bux, Lucille Kocher, 1899-1978.University of Toledo6 in.Scrapbook containing dance programs and other memorabilia of social life of Scott High School students; Scott High School literary magazine The Thistle; physiology workbook; report cards.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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