Youngstown State University - William F. Maag Jr. Library
Records produced in the performance of the duties of reviewing reports of accidents occurring on campus, with particular attention to those involving faculty and staff members in performance of their duties, forwarding information concerning unsafe working conditions and recommending remedial action. There is a gap within the collection between 1975 and 1990
Youngstown State University - William F. Maag Jr. Library
Consists of Lucia Bisceglia Lariccia's correspondence from 1917 through her death in 1972, as well as two pieces dated 1993 and 1999, respectively. Many undated letters are also included, as are her birth certificate (issued in 1955) and a religious "Talismanic" letter, depicting the crucifixion of Christ. Two compact discs, containing Lucia's letters, her biography, and some English translations, complete the collection. Some English translations are attached to each related document
Youngstown State University - William F. Maag Jr. Library
The collection covers the presidencies of John Coffelt, Neil Humphrey, and Leslie Cochran during the years 1976-1997. Series I contains the Annual budget reports ranging in date from 1977-1978, 1992-1993, and 1994-1997. Series II covers the operating budget for the years 1981-1994. Series III contains the Youngstown State University auxiliary enterprises annual budget and salary working papers from 1974-1975 and 1978-1979. The Auxiliary report covers the income and expenditures of Intercollegiate athletics, Bookstore, Kilcawley Center, Kilcawley Residence Hall, and Parking facilities. Series IV involves the Salary working papers for the years 1976-1986. Series V includes an external audit report for the year 1993. Series VI contains the Resource analysis reports for years 1981-1984. The reports for each year are contained in two separate folders for parts 1 and 2 due the length of the report. Series VII contains various publications from the Budget Office which include the Student ... Read More
Youngstown State University - William F. Maag Jr. Library
The University Curriculum Committee examines courses, determines course changes and curriculum proposals and changes, and administers classes throughout the University. The records were created and compiled by the appointed secretaries of the Committee. They cover the years 1942-1973, and the minutes of a meeting in 1990. Series I, Correspondence, covers dates 1942-1968. Series II involves the minutes of the Committee, dated 1942-1969 with a large gap to 1990. Series III covers the reports of the Committee from 1945-1969, some of them sent to Howard Jones, President, and then later to the Senate. Series IV is dedicated to specific courses. Most of this series is comprised of course approval forms, 1942-1952. The remaining materials in the series are course descriptions, dated 1942, 1965-1966. Curriculum/degree requirements are covered in Series V which contains several curriculum sheets and curriculum changes from 1942-1952 and 1973. The final series involves the subject files with ... Read More
Youngstown State University - William F. Maag Jr. Library
Series I involves correspondences dated 1991, 1995-1997, with some undated items. Series II contains the minutes of the ad hoc Semester Conversion Work Group of the summer of 1997. Series III contains reports from the Quarter/Semester Committee of the Academic Senate in 1990/1991, the Semester Conversion Work Group in Fall of 1997, and the undated Q2S Transition Team report, circa 1998. Series IV is comprised of printed materials including an information guide, 1999-2000, and a Q2S Plan Ahead handout which contains frequently asked questions about the quarter to semester conversion. Series V includes examples of other colleges in Ohio making the conversion from quarters to semester and their preparations for the conversion. The final series involves a variety of material about the quarter to semester conversion from 1987, and 1994-1998
Youngstown State University - William F. Maag Jr. Library
A collection of records pertaining to the operations of the Library at Youngstown State University. Records cover years from the 1930s to the present. The majority of records are reports, financial records, facility information, and management related records. This collection was compiled from several acquisitions all existing within Maag Library. Due to repetition of series and materials, original order was not met. The collections were combined into series and arranged alphabetically. Duplicates of items were disregarded keeping only two of each, according to standard archival procedure. The majority of the materials were from Richard Owen, David Genaway, and Tom Atwood’s times as directors (1974-2002). The only issue pertaining to this collection is the potential add-ons from future directors
Youngstown State University - William F. Maag Jr. Library
General records of the Task Force/Committee, including correspondence, meeting agenda and minutes, and committee reports. Of particular interest to the researcher may be the following: Nine major subcommittees dealing with intensive areas of study (Series III); General reports prepared by the Task Force/Committee (Series IV); Report on general education to the North Central Association (2001), which provides a decent summary of the activities of the Task Force/Committee and the establishment of the general education curriculum at Youngstown State University
Youngstown State University - William F. Maag Jr. Library
Highlights include Dr. Sweet's application packet and vita submitted to the Youngstown State University Presidential Search Committee in 1999, materials relating to Dr. Sweet's installation as Youngstown State University's sixth president, text of President Sweet's State of the University addresses
Minnesota Historical Society
Clerk's books (1867-1977), financial statements and reports (1973-1983), a poll list (1944), and a justice of the peace docket book (1895-1939) that consists largely of a livestock breeding and calving record
Minnesota Historical Society
Records for physicians, veterinarians, dentists, and basic sciences. Also includes records of ordination registration