The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

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John W. Potter Papers, c. 1962-2005

MSS-192

Size: 25 linear feet

Provenance: Judge John Potter donated this collection on September 29, 2004.

Access: Open

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

 

Completed by:  Christopher Block, David Chelminski and Mary Koslovsky, February, 2006

 

NOTE:  This collection is located at the NWOBD

 

John W. Potter, Sr.--CHRONOLOGY

1918 October 25 John William Potter, son of Charles Potter and Mary Elizabeth Baker
Potter, born in Toledo, Ohio.
1940 Gold Key Activities Award, ARX Men‘s Honorary Society, Phi Kappa
Phi Scholastic Fraternity and Who‘s Who in American Colleges &
Universities (1940) at the University of Toledo
1940 Graduated from University of Toledo (cum laude) with Bachelor of
Philosophy (Ph.B.) degree (Political Science and History major).
1940-1942 Completed two years of studies at University of Michigan Law School.
1942 July 27 Inducted into United States Army (stationed at Camp Perry (Ohio), Camp
Swift (Texas) and Fort Sill (Oklahoma).
1943 February 24 Discharged from Army as corporal
1943 February 25 Entered active duty as a Second Lieutenant, assigned to the 180th Field
Artillery Battalion of the 26th Infantry Division (known as the Yankee
Division) (stationed at Fort Jackson (South Carolina), Camp Gordon
(Georgia) and Camp Campbell (Kentucky) with maneuvers in Tennessee)
1944 April 14 Married Phyllis May Bihn.
1944 late August Deployed to Europe (first division to sail directly from New York to
France)
1944 September 7 ?D-Day Plus 90?—Landed at Utah Beach in Normandy.
1944 October Sent to join Third Army: first combat position near Nancy. After moving
into Saar Valley, stationed in Metz.
1945 January 29 Son, John William Potter, Jr., born
1945 Battle of the Bulge: moved to Arlon in Belgium, eventually reached
Liefrange, Luxembourg; crossed Rhine River near German town of
Darmstadt, continued through Austria and into Czechoslovakia at
Krummau. Captain Potter earned a Bronze Star and four battle stars
(European Theatre of Operations).
1946-1951 Reserves Captain
1946 Senior Editor of the University of Michigan Law Review
1946 Graduated from the University of Michigan Law School with a Doctor of
Jurisprudence (J.D.) degree (later graduated from the New York
University Law School Appellate Judges Seminar, and attended other
state and federal legal seminars).
1946-1951 Practiced law as an Associate of the Toledo firm Zachman, Boxell,
Schroeder & Torbet.
1947 March Admitted to the Ohio Bar.
1947 August 20 Daughter, Carolyn Diane Potter (future Mrs. Norman J. Hoyt), born
1948-1951 March 8 JAGC U.S. Army Reserve until end of service.
1950 March 7 Admitted in Ohio Federal Courts.
1950-1951 President of the University of Toledo Alumni Association
1951-1969 Practiced law as a Partner of Boxell, Bebout, Torbet & Potter.
1954 May 23 Third child, second daughter, Kathryn (Kathy) Susan Potter (future Mrs.
Heintschel), born
c. 1955-1965 Appointed member of the Probate Law Committee of the Ohio Bar
Association
1958 President of Kiwanis Club of West Toledo
[c. 1960] Defeated in first race for Common Pleas Judge
1961-1967 Elected as a Republican member of Toledo City Council, chosen by
colleagues on Council to be Mayor of the City of Toledo.
(During his term, Mayor Potter was instrumental in downtown
redevelopment, reactivating the dormant Vistula Downtown renewal
project and initiating the Riverview Downtown renewal project. He also
reactivated and instituted many neighborhood renewal projects, tree
planting and open space programs such as the Swan Creek Park
acquisition, and secured charter changes which were needed to provide
local funding and ability to meet local problems.)
(Included in Who‘s Who in America, Who‘s Who in American Law, and
Who‘s Who in the Midwest.)
1962-1964 Elected to the Toledo Bar Association Executive Committee
1965 President of Ohio Municipal League
1965 Toledo Building Congress Leadership Award
1965 Toledo Board of Realtors Merit award
1966 Alpha Kappa Psi Civic Award
1966 Outstanding Alumnus of the University of Toledo
1967 Toledo Board of Realtors Merit award
c. 1967-1972 Board Member of Conlon Center (for Handicapped Persons) and
Cummings School (for Disturbed Children)
1968-1969 Served as Assistant Attorney General of the State of Ohio.
1968-1978 Associate Public Member of Toledo Labor Management Committee
1969 February 9 Elected Judge of the Sixth Appellate District of Ohio (Court of Appeals)
1969 February 9-
1975 February 9 Served as Presiding Judge
1969 Appointed member of the Judicial Administrative Committee of the
American Bar Association
c. 1969-1973 President of Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain
c. 1971 Trustee of Epworth United Methodist Church
1972 Became a Sustaining Member of the American Bar Association
1973 Cited for outstanding judicial service by the Ohio Supreme Court
1973 Became a Fellow of the American Bar Association
1973-1974 Vice President of Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce
1974 Endorsed by a substantial majority vote of the membership of the Toledo
Bar Association for reelection to the Ohio Appellate Court regardless of
who the opposition might be
1977 February 9-
1981 February 9 Again served as Presiding Judge
1979 Unsuccessful Ohio Supreme Court campaign
1979 Publication of article, ?Prehearing Conferences—A Report on a New
Approach,? in Toledo Bar Association Newsletter
1980 Endorsed by a 96% vote of the membership of the Toledo Bar Association
for reelection to the Ohio Appellate Court regardless of opposition
1980 Honorary Chairman of the Toledo Festival of the Arts
1980 Honorary Board Member of Toledo Opera Association
1982 May 5 Nominated by President Ronald Reagan as Judge of the United States
District Court, Northern District of Ohio, Western Division, Toledo, Ohio
1982 June 18 Confirmed by U.S. Senate
1982 June 21 Received commission
1982 July 9 Sworn in
1982 Ohio House of Representatives Resolution of Recognition Award
1991 Judge Potter was reported as considering the following eight opinions as
?his most noteworthy rulings:?
          State v. Hester, 45 Ohio St. 2d 71 (1976)
          Shearer v. Motorists Mutual Insurance Co., 53 Ohio St. 2d 1 (1978)
          State v. Howard, 56 Ohio St. 2d 328 (1978)
          Umbaugh Pole Bldg. Co. v. Scott, 58 Ohio St. 2d 282 (1979)
          Mercer v. Uniroyal, Inc., 49 Ohio App. 2d 137 (1969)
          Bertsch v. Spears, 252 N.E. 2d 194, 20 Ohio App. 2d 137 (1969)
          Pearson v. Taylor Fruit Farm, 248 N.E. 2d 231, 18 Ohio App. 2d 193 (1969)
          Peoples Savings Assn. V. Standard Industries, 257 N.E. 2d 406, 22 Ohio App. 2d 35 (1970).
1992 August 1 Retired to Senior Judge status
1992 Toledo Bar Association award
1995 Ohio Bar Association Found[action] Outstanding Research award
1998 November 9 A Judicial Conference Room at the U.S. Courthouse, Toledo, Ohio, was
named the Potter-Young Judicial Conference Room in honor of Sr. Judge
John W. Potter and the late Judge Don J. Young.
1999 Judge John W. Potter was named to the Field Artillery Officer Candidate
School Hall of Fame.
2004 September 30 Inactive senior judge status took effect.
Memberships:
Toledo Bar Association (elected to the Executive Committee, 1962-64)
Lucas County Bar Association
Ohio Bar Association
(appointed member of the Probate Law Committee, approximately 1955 to 1965)
American Bar Association
(appointed member of the Judicial Administrative Committee in 1969, Sustaining
Member since 1972, and a Fellow since 1973)
American Judicature Society
Sixth Judicial Circuit District Judges Association
Federal Judges Association
Ohio Municipal League (Past President)
Kiwanis Club of West Toledo (Past President)
University of Toledo Alumni Association (Past President)
Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain (Past President)
Toledo Zoological Society (Board Member)
Conlon Center (for Handicapped Persons) (Board Member)
Cummings School (for Disturbed Children) (Board Member)
Toledo Opera Association (Honorary Board Member)
Epworth United Methodist Church (former trustee)
Old Newsboys Goodfellow Association
Eagles
Moose
NAACP
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce (Vice President, 1973 and 1974)
Toledo Symphony Orchestra Association
Toledo Museum of Art
Maumee Valley Historical Society
Toledo Club
Phi Kappa Phi
Toledo Labor Management Committee (Former Associate Public Member)
Toledo Festival of the Arts (Honorary Chairman in 1980)

 

 

(Sources:  Judge John W. Potter, “Biographical Resume;” John W. Potter, “Memoirs of John W. Potter of World War II, From the University of Michigan Law School and Back with a Side Trip to the Battle of the Bulge,” June 19, 2005; Christine A. Holliday, “Pearl Harbor forced Potter to put career on hold,” West Toledo Herald, June 8, 2005, pp. 1 and A3; and The Fellows of the American Bar Foundation Biographical Directory of Members [form].)

 

Scope and Content Note

Judge John W. Potter deposited this collection in the Ward M. Canaday Center in 2004.  It contains court records and notes, materials from judicial conferences, seminars and workshops, speeches, correspondence, photographs and audio-visual materials, personal and biographical files and printed material.  The majority of materials represent the period of John W. Potter’s service as Judge of the Sixth Appellate District of Ohio (1969-82) and as an active Judge of the United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio, Western Division (1982-2004), with only a few materials relating to his term as Mayor of the City of Toledo (1961-67) or his earlier life.  The largest series consists of sixteen feet of court records, correspondence and notes relating to cases brought before the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio Western Division, as well as some cases from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan Southern Division, the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, the Court of Appeals of the Third Appellate Judicial District of Ohio, and the Court of Appeals of Erie, Fulton, Hancock, Huron, Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, Williams and Wood Counties, Ohio.  The sub-series Schedules and Reports includes Court Appointments, Calendars and other materials, much of which amounted to Quarterly Reports for Judge Potter and his court activities.

The materials relating to regional or national (or international) conferences, seminars and workshops include Appellate Judges Seminars for 1969, 1970 and 1972, the Sixth Circuit Appellate District Judicial Conferences for 1977 through 1989, 1991-93 and 1995-2003 (including correspondence of the Committee to Study the Judicial Conference, 1985-95), the Danforth Seminar in 1986, The Federal Judges Association Second Annual National Conference in 1989, The Federal Judicial Center Seminar on Law and Ethics in 1993, the 1990 [Ohio]  Bench-Bar Conference, the Ohio Judicial Conference 1972 and 1980 Annual Meetings, the Point of Law Seminar presented by The Enquirer, The Post and The Cincinnati Bar Association in 1983, Sentencing Institutes in 1983-86, Workshops for Judges of the Sixth Circuit (and other Circuits) for 1982 through 1997, 1999 and 2001, and the University of Windsor (Ontario, Canada) Faculty of Law’s Judicial Intellectual Property Law Seminar in 1991.

The series of the speeches of Mayor/Judge Potter includes groupings of  “Introductions, Memorials, Roast or Retirement Party, Swearing In Ceremonies, Testimonial Dinner Speeches,” “Naturalization Ceremony Speeches” and “Seminars.”  Potter’s numerous speeches are represented by at least 230 distinct examples of drafts and used copies (usually typewritten, but often heavily annotated) of public presentations at various events in Toledo or across Ohio from 1962 to 2004, with at least five speeches pre-dating his becoming a judge.  Besides
documenting the development of Judge Potter’s often-noted “folksy” style and sense of humor, these speeches provide a range of topics reviewing early legal and medical practice, area history, personal information about individuals being honored, and topical references over the four decades covered.  Of special note are the forty-six sets of Judge Potter’s remarks at Naturalization Ceremonies at which he officiated, from 1982 through 2004, which he clearly regarded quite seriously, often referring to his father’s immigration from England.

The additional correspondence files mainly represent the period of Judge Potter’s service as a federal judge until his “retirement” (1982-92).  These topics include the American Bar Association, District Judges Association, Federal Judges Association and Toledo Bar Association, Building and Staff matters, Judge Potter’s political campaigns of 1974-77 and 1980-81, and several projects or institutions with which Potter was especially involved, such as the local Art Festivals (1966, 1976, 1979-81 and 1983), the Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain (Toledo, Ohio’s first Sister-City) (1971-82), Promenade Park Arts Committee (1979-80), and the Toledo Zoo (1979-82).

The audio-visual (photographic) material consists of four prints (including one showing John Potter as Mayor and one showing him on the Bench as Judge), with a reel audio recording of his Swearing In Ceremony (presumably as Judge).

The Personal and Biographical files include several versions of Judge Potter’s resume and a ten-page typewritten memoir of his service in the Second World War written in 2005, which includes a photograph of John Potter in France in the Fall of 1944, as well as a local
newspaper account re-telling much of the same story.  Also included are Potter’s Alpha Kappa Psi (Gamma Eta Chapter, University of Toledo) Civic Award from 1966, several others Certificates of Appreciation, and the Program and Proceedings from The Honorable John W. Potter Portrait Presentation to the United States District Court Northern District of Ohio, July 26, 2002.

The printed material includes copies of the Ohio Judicial Conference The Ohio Judge Directory (Spring 1981), the  Toledo and Lucas County Bar Associations’ Attorneys’ Relative Value Guide (1972), The Toledo Bar Association Official Bar Directory of Lucas County, Ohio (1969, 1970, 1971-1972, 1972-1973 and 1976-1977) and The Toledo Bar Association Toledo-Lucas County Bar Directory (1977-1978 and 1978-1979), which include a Pictorial Directory from 1970 on, and Telephone Directories for the  Lucas County Courthouse (1969, 1972, 1973, 1976-1977 and 1980), as well as occasional examples of various publications, including the issue of the Toledo Bar Association Newsletter (1979) containing Judge Potter’s article “Prehearing Conferences—A Report on a New Approach.”

The Miscellaneous series includes examples of sources of humor evidently collected for speeches, papers not otherwise associated with others, a note including a political campaign button reading “Re-elect POTTER Mayor,” and a Plan for the re-development of one block of downtown Toledo prepared for Mayor Potter. In addition to the wealth of material on the judicial/legal system and particular cases during the three decades or more represented, local historians should find the correspondence and speech files useful for information about various city or regional organizations and other persons mentioned.

 

Series List

S1

COURT RECORDS AND NOTES
ca. 1969-2004

19 linear ft.

 

Contains court records, correspondence and notes relating to cases from at least April 9, 1969 through August, 2004.  The case records are filed alphabetically.  Users seeking a particular case should search under the names of all known parties due to inconsistencies in naming the cases in the documents. Jury instructions for each case are included within the case files attached to the case it pertains to coincide with.  (Numbers have been alphabetized as if spelled out.  Both “In re:” and “In the matter [of]…” cases are filed respectively as a group (and include cases filed separately by names), “Co.” with “Company,” “St.” with “Saint,” “United States” and “USA” filed with “United States of America,” vs.” with “v,” “&” with “and,” while due to inconsistencies, “United States of America et al.” and “United States of America etc.” are inter-filed with “United States of America.”)  Types of records include: Court’s Instructions to the Jury, Exhibit Lists, Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, Judgments, Memoranda, Notices of Appeal or Cross-Appeal, Opinions, Orders, and Summaries of Indictments.  Records and notes relating to Sentences and Pleas and Trial Notes are filed separately, as these are not as clearly distinguishable as to specific cases.  The sub-series Schedules and Reports includes files on “Administrative Orders,” “Bankruptcy Court,” “Crime and Punishment,” “Local Rules” and “Proposed Amendments to Local Rules” (memoranda, 1983-91), “Naturalization Proceedings, Questions, Schedules, Addresses by Petitioners, Notes and other Correspondence,” “Sentencing Guidelines,” and “Summary Jury Trial,” as well as

Judge Potter’s Certificate of Temporary Assignment to the Ohio Supreme Court, Court Appointments, Calendars, Case Assignment Reports, Clerk’s Office Operational Memoranda, Designations, Procedures, Schedules, the Resignation of Judge McQuade, and “Senior Judge Activity (Personnel Version)” reports, much of which amounted to Quarterly Reports for Judge Potter and his court activities.

 

Subseries A: Court Cases and Jury Insturctions

Subseries B: Sentencing Orders and Notes

Subseries C: Trial Notes

Subseries D: Schedules and Reports

 

 

S2

JUDICIAL CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, AND WORKSHOPS

1969-1970, 1972, 1977-2003

1 linear ft.

 

Contains correspondence and other materials relating to regional or national (or international) conferences, seminars and workshops arranged within general topics in chronological order.

 

Subseries A: Appellate Judges Seminars

Subseries B:  Committee to Study the Judicial Conference (1985-1995) (includes Report of the Proceedings of the Judicial Conference of the United States, March 16-17, 1989)

Subseries C: Conference of Chief District Judges, April 5-8, 1989

Subseries D: Danforth Seminar

Subseries E: Federal Courts Practice Seminars

Subseries F: The Federal Judges Association National Conference

Subseries G: The Federal Judicial Center Seminar on Law and Ethics

Subseries H: [Ohio] Bench-Bar Conferences

Subseries I: Ohio Judicial Conferences

Subseries J: Point of Law Seminar

Subseries K: Sentencing Institutes

Subseries L: Sixth Circuit Appellate District Judicial Conferences

Subseries M: Workshops for Judges of the Sixth Circuit, the Eighth Circuit and the Tenth Circuit

Subseries N: University of Windsor (Ontario, Canada) Faculty of Law’s Judicial Intellectual Property Law Seminar

 

 

S3

SPEECHES

ca. 1962-2004

2 linear ft.

 

Contains at least 230 examples of drafts and annotated copies of John W. Potter’s public presentations in Toledo or across Ohio from 1962 to 2004, as well as correspondence and other materials relating to the events, arranged alphabetically by persons honored or institutions being addressed, in chronological order (wherever possible).

 

Subseries A: Individual Honorees (Introductions, Memorials, Roast or Retirement
       Party, Swearing In Ceremonies, Testimonial Dinner Speeches)

Subseries B: Naturalization Ceremony Speeches

Subseries C: Seminars

Subseries D: Other Events and Topics

 

 

 

S4

CORRESPONDENCE
ca. 1972-2003

1.5 linear ft.

 

Contains correspondence files arranged within general topics, in chronological order (wherever possible).

 

Subseries A: American Bar Association

Subseries B: Art Festivals

Subseries C: Bill of Rights Plaque

Subseries D: Buildings and Staff

Subseries E: By-Laws, Charters, Constitutions

Subseries F: District Judges Association

Subseries G: Federal Judges Association

Subseries H: Miscellaneous Correspondence

Subseries I: Miscellaneous Letters from Inmates and others [on their behalf]

Subseries J: Political Campaigns

Subseries K: Promenade Park Arts Committee

Subseries L: Sixth Circuit Council Meetings

Subseries M: Toledo Bar Association

Subseries N: Toledo Spain Committee

Subseries O: Toledo Zoo

 

 

S5

PHOTOGRAPHS AND AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS
ca. 1967-1980

6 items

 

Consists of one 7” reel of magnetic audiotape (with note dated 2/6/69) and four prints (b/w), arranged in chronological order as much as possible.

 

Subseries A: Audiotape

Subseries B: Prints 

 

 

S6

PERSONAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL FILES
1944, ca. 1966-2005

.25 linear ft.

 

Contain Mayor Potter’s Alpha Kappa Psi (Gamma Eta Chapter, University of Toledo) Civic Award from 1966, several other Certificates of Appreciation, Compensation of Judges (1977), Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Report Form (1981) and other personal materials, Judge Potter’s memoir of his service in the Second World War (written in 2005) which includes a photograph of John Potter in France in the Fall of 1944, the Program and Proceedings from The Honorable John W. Potter Portrait Presentation to the United States District Court Northern District of Ohio (July 26, 2002), and Judge Potter’s resumes.

 

Subseries A: Award and Certificates of Appreciation

Subseries B: Compensation of Judges, Mandatory Continuing Legal Education
      Report Form, etc.

Subseries C: Memoir

Subseries D: Newspaper article

Subseries E: Program and Proceedings

Subseries F: Resumes

 

 

S7

PRINTED MATERIAL
ca. 1969-73, 1976-81

.25 linear ft.

 

Contains copies of city, county and state bar association directories (including Pictorial Directories for 1970-73 and 1976-79), courthouse telephone directories, and occasional examples of other publications or newspaper clippings or photocopies of articles.

 

Subseries A: Miscellaneous Articles

Subseries B: Periodicals

Subseries C: Ohio Judicial Conference The Ohio Judge Directory

Subseries D: The Press Club of Toledo Roster (July 1978)

Subseries D: Telephone Directories for the Lucas County Courthouse

Subseries E: The Toledo and Lucas County Bar Associations’ Attorneys’ Relative
      Value Guide

Subseries F: The Toledo Bar Association Official Bar Directory of Lucas County,
      Ohio

Subseries G: The Toledo Bar Association Toledo-Lucas County Bar Directory

Subseries H: Toledo Community Foundation Yearbook

 

 

S8

MISCELLANEOUS
n.d.

.25 linear ft.

 

Contains examples of sources of humor evidently collected for speeches, papers not otherwise associated with others, a note [n.d.] including a political campaign button reading “Re-elect POTTER Mayor,” and a Plan for the redevelopment of one block of Summit Street in downtown Toledo prepared for Mayor Potter.

 

Subseries A: Humor

Subseries B: Miscellaneous Papers

Subseries C: Political Campaign Button “Re-elect POTTER Mayor” with note
      [n.d.]

Subseries D: “Summit Street Between Jefferson And Madison Avenue: A Plan For

Redevelopment prepared by Richards, Bauer & Moorehead, Architects and Engineers, Prepared for—John Potter, Mayor City of Toledo” [n.d.]

 

 

Box

Folder

Arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

S1. COURT RECORDS AND NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

A. Court Cases and Jury Instructions

1

1

“A.B. Jac Inc.” thru “Agristor Leasing”

1

2

“Ahmed, Albert et, al” thru “Alogaili, Carol”

1

3

“Alsup, Lonnie R.” thru “Amison, David L.”

1

4

“Amusement Corp. of America” thru “Arnold, Lee”

1

5

“Arrendondo, Olivero” thru “Awery, Norman Eugene”

1

6

“Badjum, Kathleen” thru “Ballas, George P.”

1

7

“Ballin, Harry Sr.” thru “Bean, Calvin J.”

1

8

“Beatrice / Hunt-Weeson” thru “Benson, Lawrence P.”

1

9

“Bernal, Ed” thru “Billings, Bert A.”

1

10

“Billis, John A.” thru “ Blevis, Ronald”

1

11

“Blue Arrow, Inc.” thru “Bower, Rodney”

 

 

 

2

1

“Bowers, Charles R.” thru “Brewer, David”

2

2

“Brewer, Jason” thru “Briggs, James”

2

3

“Brightman, Al” thru “Brooks, Calvin”

2

4

“Brooks, Walter Jr.” thru “Brown, Bruce Andrew”

2

5

“Brown, Curtis Lee” thru “Bryant, Freddie M.”

2

6

“Buck, Joseph” thru “Burk, Irene”

2

7

“Burkett, Lester E.” thru “Butcher & Ligibel”

2

8

“Butler, Clyde” thru “Cadena, Uhrico”

2

9

“Cage, George L.” thru “Campell, Charles G.”

2

10

“Campell, Kenneth” thru “Carn, Martha”

2

11

“Carpenter, Ben” thru “Carr, Noel C.”

2

12

“Carte” thru “Castilleja, Martin”

2

13

“Castillo, Esperanza” thru “Cedar Bay Construction Inc.”

2

14

“Cedar Fair Inc.” thru “Chambers, Ronald E.”

2

15

“Champion Spark Plug Co” thru ‘Chappell, William”

2

16

“Charles J. Rogers Construction Co.” thru “Childs, Latrel L.”

2

17

“Chinni, Michael A.” thru “Chudzinski, John”

2

18

“Chung, James”

2

19

“Church, Darrol R.” thru “City of Maumee”

 

 

 

3

1

“City of Nowralk” thru “City of Toledo”

3

2

“Clark, Autry L.” thru “Cohn, Charles T.”

3

3

“Clerk, Lenard Green”

3

4

“Coldiron, Dianne” thru “Columbia Gas of Ohio”

3

5

“Comforter of the Afflicted Childrens Center” thru “Copley, William”

3

6

“Corbett, Edward F.” thru “Crider, James”

3

7

“Cripps, Jeremy G.” thru “Cruz. Lauro”

3

8

“CSX Transportation” thru “Custer, Donald R.”

3

9

“Daewoo International Corps.” Thru “Darr, Richard W.”

3

10

“Darrington, Mitchell” thru “Terrance, Davis”

3

11

“Davis, Ulysses” thru “De Garza”

3

12

“Debord, Mary” thru “Delta Traffic Service, Inc”

3

13

“Dendinger, Mary A.” thru “The Dial Corp.”

3

14

“Didom, Richard C.” thru “Doe, John”

3

15

“Dominique” thru “Dotson, Russel”

3

16

“Downhour, Warren” thru “Drumbarger”

3

17

“Ducat, Jerry L.” thru “Dwarf Music”

3

18

“Dyno Construction” thru “Easter, Virginia”

 

 

 

4

1

“Ed Feik Construction” thru “Elliot, Karen”

4

2

“Ellis, Edith” thru “Equal employment opportunity Inc.”

4

3

“Erebis, Federico” thru “Eubank, James”

4

4

“Evans, Antonio M.” thru “Everett, Patrick”

4

5

“Evonitz, Charlotte” thru “Fels, Cathrine”

4

6

“Feltman, Earlene” thru “Fifth-Third Bank”

4

7

“Figueira, Joao” thru “Floating Floors, Inc.”

4

8

“Flores, Jose” thru “Foster, Walter”

4

9

“Fowl Foolers Decoy Co.” thru “Frahn, Michael”

4

10

“Frankenmuth Mutual Insurance” thru “Fry, William”

4

11

“Fuerstenburg, Gloria” thru “Galvan, Laucs”

4

12

“Garber Publishing Co.” thru “Gilbert, Robert”

4

13

“Giles, Beverly” thru “Glauser, Karen”

4

14

“Glenn, Jeffery A.” thru “Gowdy, Charles”

4

15

“Gozdowski, Jaosn A.” thru “Greathouse, Jimmy”

4

16

“Great Lakes Industrial Construction” thru “Green, Scott”

4

17

“Greeberg, Terry” thru “Grogan, Donald”

 

 

 

5

1

“Gronski, Thaddeus” thru “Hamm, Ernest D.”

5

2

“Hammer, Larry W. Sr.” thru “Harlett, James P.”

5

3

“Harold, Jean” thru “Harvis, James T.”

5

4

“Hashem, Mahboub E.” thru “Hazelwood, Kathy Jo”

5

5

“Headrick, Ann” thru “Hendricks, Karen E.”

5

6

“Henegar, Kenneth” thru “Hestrum, Alan W.”

5

7

“Herzig, Thomas” thru “Hoening, Joseph”

5

8

“Hofacker, Charles” thru “Holt, Luann”

5

9

“Home Insurance Co.” thru “Horne, Ruby L.”

5

10

“Horvath” thru “Hughes, John Jay”

5

11

“Howe, Bruce”

5

12

“Hultz, Robert” thru “Ibarra, Nicholas”

5

13

“Iacobaucci, Nickolas”

5

14

“In the …” thru “International Molders”

5

15

“International Union” thru “Irick, Ira”

5

16

“Ismail, Samir” thru “Jack Peddie & Associates”

 

 

 

6

1

“Jackson, Brenda, thru, James, Verlon”

6

2

“Jatkoe” thru “Johson, Boiler Co.”

6

3

“Jolley, Virginia” thru “Judon, theotsis”

6

4

“Jurgensen Co.” thru “Kadri, James”

6

5

“Kahle, Paul” thru “ Keil, Jerry”

6

6

“Keith, Robert” thru “Keybank”

6

7

“Key, James” thru “Kimble, Richard”

6

8

“Kimsey, James” thru “Kitchen, Charles”

6

9

“Kitley, David” thru “Kooper”

6

10

“Kothe, Lewis” thru “ Krans, Kurt”

6

11

“Krans, Paul” thru “Kuhn, S.A.”

6

12

“Kunkle, Gahlon” thru “Lane, James”

6

13

“lange, Aaron”

6

14

“Lanham, William” thru “Lauch, Linda”

6

15

“Laurrer, Markin, & Gibbs” thru “Lewis, Robert”

6

16

“Libbey-Owens-Ford Co.” thru “Lloyd, Allen”

6

17

“Lobrano, Sam” thru “Lovejoy, Marvin”

 

 

 

7

1

“Lowe, Kenneth” thru “ Luna, Michael”

7

2

“Luster, Doria” thru “ Malutan, Vasile”

7

3

“Mancini, John” thru “Mapson, David”

7

4

“Marisay, Robert, thru “Mason, Lois”

7

5

“Matthews, Ronald” thru “Mays, David W.”

7

6

“McArdle, Robert” thru “McCraney, Mary”

7

7

“McCrudden, Charles” thru “McKenzie, Fenton”

7

8

“McLaughlin, Aurthor” thru “Meredith, Kieth”

7

9

“Methena, Robin” thru “Miles”

7

10

“Milkie, Fred” thru “Minard, Craig”

7

11

“Minnich, Richard” thru “Mitchell, Shirley”

7

12

“Mitchell, James”

7

13

“Mizen, John J.” thru “Moreland, Adolphus”

7

14

“Morgan, Kevin” thru “Moss, Eddie”

7

15

“Moton, Earl” thru “Murr, Jeffery”

7

16

“Murray, Brian” thru “Neace, Donnie”

7

17

“Neal, Achester” thru “NFO, Inc.”

7

18

“Nichols, Alice” thru “Northwestern Natural Life Insurance Co.”

 

 

 

8

1

“Northwestern Ohio Administration Inc.” thru “Ochs, Sally”

8

2

“Oden, Chauce” thru “Ohio Hospital Insurance Co.”

8

3

“Ohio Lime Co.” thru “Olvera, John”

8

4

“Onachuk, Paul” thru “Owens, Harding”

8

5

“Owens-Cornering Fiberglass Co.” thru “Padgett, Archie”

8

6

“Palmer, David” thru “Pate, Larry”

8

7

“Patterson, Larry” thru “Pearson, Eric”

8

8

“Peerless Distributing Co.” thru “Perkins, Reginald”

8

9

“Personal Service Insurance Co.” thru “Pfatt, Herman”

8

10

“Phiels, David” thru “Pohl, Alberta”

8

11

“Phloman, Janet” thru “Porter, Rachel”

8

12

“Potter, James” thru “Pratt, Ted”

8

13

“Price” thru “Powant, Darwin”

8

14

“Prunty, Robert” thru “Quinlan, Patrick”

8

15

“Quinn, Dannie” thru “Ramirez, Moises”

8

16

“Ramsdell, Robert” thru “Raymond, Robert”

8

17

“Realty World Corp.” thru “Resolution Trust Corp.”

8

18

“Ressler, Larry” thru “Richardson, Gregory”

8

19

“Riley, James” thru “Riverveiw Investments”

8

20

“Roadway Workers Assoc.” thru “Rogers, Charles”

 

 

 

9

1

“Rolland Specialty Vehicles and Products” thru “Rupp, Jerry”

9

2

“Ruppel, Kathern” thru “Rymer”

9

3

“Sabbah, Paul” thru “Samster”

9

4

“Sanchez, Jesus” thru “Sanford”

9

5

“Santaguida” thru “Save Our Children Inc.”

9

6

“Scarvelis, C.S.” thru “Schindler”

9

7

“Schlachter, Thomas” thru “Schultz”

9

8

“Scott, Allen” thru “SD Leasing”

9

9

“Sears, Floyd” thru “Seilon Inc.”

9

10

“Sentle Trucking Co.” thru “Shoemaker”

9

11

“Shorter, Cecelia” thru “ Skelton”

9

12

“Skiles, Ronald” thru “Smart”

9

13

“Smith, Albertine” thru “Smith, Samuel”

9

14

“Smith, Tyrone” thru “Sosa”

9

15

“Sorenson, Larry” thru “Sportswear Design”

9

16

“Spraulin, Kathy” thru “Stahler”

9

17

“St. Jude”

9

18

“Standard Machine & Equipment Co.” thru “State of Ohio-v-Dyer”

9

19

“State of Ohio-v-Edgeworth” thru “State of Ohio-v-Robinson”

 

 

 

10

1

“State of Ohio-v-Sainoz” thru “State of Ohio-State Medical Board”

10

2

“State Street Bank” thru “Stevens”

10

3

“Stevenson, Charles” thru “Stone”

10

4

“Stonewall Ins. Co.” thru “Strayer”

10

5

“Strzesynski” thru “Szigeti”

10

6

“Tackett” thru “Tarsha”

10

7

“Tauwab, Amir” thru “Taylor”

10

8

“Teamsters” thru “Thomas”

10

9

“Thompson” thru “Tisci”

10

10

“Tisdale” thru “Toledo Trust Co.”

10

11

“Torres” thru “Trzonkowsky”

10

12

“Tsang, Chin”

10

13

“Tschuor” thru “Turner”

10

14

“Twining” thru “ USA-v-Allen”

10

15

“USA-v-Amin” thru “USA-v-Ash”

10

16

“USA-v-Atlas” thru “USA-v-Bejjani”

10

17

“USA-v-Bethany” thru “USA-v-Brannan”

 

 

 

11

1

“USA-v-Brick”  thru “USA-v-Camacho”

11

2

“USA-v-Camp” thru “USA-v-Cody”

11

3

“USA-v-Coghlan” thru “USA-v-Files”

11

4

“USA-v-Findley” thru “USA-v-Green”

11

5

“USA-v-Guy” thru “USA-v-Huphreg”

11

6

“USA-v-Hunter” thru “USA-v-James”

11

7

“USA-v-Jerudi” thru “USA-v-Kelley”

11

8

“USA-v-Kohler” thru “USA-v-Luter”

11

9

“USA-v-Mahdi” thru “USA-v-Montgomery”

11

10

“USA-v-Navarro” thru “USA-v-Nieves”

11

11

“USA-v-Odeh” thru “Pederson”

11

12

“USA-v-Pressley” thru “USA-v-Ray”

11

13

“USA-v-Rico”

11

14

“USA-v-Real Property Location” thru “USA-v-Riker Inc.”

11

15

“USA-v-Roberts”

11

16

“USA-v-Robinson” thru “USA-v-Rodges

11

17

“USA-v-Rodriquez”

11

18

“USA-v-Rogers” thru “USA-v-Saunders”

 

 

 

12

1

“USA-v-Schramski” thru “USA-v-Tobi”

12

2

“USA-v-Treasure Chest” thru “USA-v-Waters”

12

3

“USA-v-Vertrees” thru “USA-v-Wilson”

12

4

“USA-v-Winch” thru “Universal Consolidating Co.”

12

5

“Unverth Man.” thru “Vuyk”

12

6

“Wade” thru “Wallace”

12

7

“Walters” thru “Watts”

12

8

“Weatherford” thru “Weiss”

12

9

“Welch” thru “Werner”

12

10

“Wesley” thru “Whitehouse”

12

11

“Witney” thru “Williams, Duame”

12

12

“Williams, John” thru “Wolfe”

12

13

“Wolfel” thru “Woodfolk”

12

14

“Woodley” thru “Wortham”

12

15

“Wrenn”

 

 

 

13

1

“WrWr Inc.” thru “Young”

13

2

“Zack” thru “Zurc”

 

 

 

 

 

B. Sentencing Orders and Notes

13

3

“Abenthy” thru “ Avila”

13

4

“Avery” thru “Brown”

13

5

“Burden” thru “Carter”

13

6

“Cass” thru “Dyer”

13

7

“Ebner” thru “Guinn”

13

8

“Hale” thru “Irons”

13

9

“Jackson” thru “Keene”

13

10

“Kelley” thru “May”

13

11

“McVicker” thru “Powell”

13

12

“Price” thru “Rubel”

13

13

“Rubio” thru “Straus”

13

14

“Stubblefield” thru “USA-v-Crawford”

13

15

“USA-v-DeMarus” thru “USA-v-Neller”

13

16

“USA-v-Nimons” thru “USA-v-Zubkoff”

13

17

“Urbina” thru “Welch”

13

18

“White” thru “Zura”

13

19

Jury Instructions and Handbooks

13

20

Definitions

 

 

 

 

 

C. Trial Notes

14

1

Thomas D. Alberty

14

2

Charles Atkins, Mr. Ellenberger

14

3

Basr v. Maumee

14

4

Beckett v. Haviland

14

5

Lula Mae Bell

14

6

Araceli Benavidez

14

7

Betco Corporation v. AAA

14

8

[Mike] Bigelow

14

9

Blackwell v. Dean Waldren

14

10

Blevins v. Thomas Swet

14

11

Brook v. Celeste

14

12

Brown v. Wilkinson

14

13

Burns v. American Steamship

14

14

Martin Castilleja v. Tony Kuns

14

15

Chaiffetz v. Briagas

14

16

Chinni v. Durd

14

17

City of Norwalk v. National Casualty Company

14

18

Charles Crawford v. USA

14

19

Cub Dens v. Erie County Department of Human Services

14

20

Holly Edwards v. Village of Bluffton

14

21

Ehman v. Norfolk + Western Ry.

14

22

El-Nobari v. USA

14

23

L.C. Everage

14

24

Jose M Garza

14

25

Go Travel Toledo Inc. v. American Airlines Inc.

14

26

Harris v. Roadway

14

27

Hashem v. U.of T.

14

28

Dr. Walter Hauser

14

29

Hillier v. Marathon oil

14

30

Joanna Hlomes v. Kriska Holding

14

31

Howe v. Hull M.D.

14

32

Jackson v. Haviland

14

33

Joseph R. Ivison

14

34

Mark Jones

14

35

Keaton Williams Warden

14

36

Wilbur C. Keller v. Bad ley, Warden

14

37

Kelley v. Medical College of Ohio

14

38

Kennedy v. St. JohnsKiel v. U. of T.

14

39

Kiel v. U.of T.

14

40

Kille v. UAWC Chrystler

14

41

Kirby v. Bd. of Edu.

14

42

[Konrad] Kuczak

14

43

Lane v. Konteh

14

44

Latanick Equipment Inc. v. Kimberly – Clark Corporation

14

45

Leggelt v. Caste

14

46

LOF v. Shedde

14

47

Longworth v. Lane

14

48

Maluta v. Georgia

14

49

Vincent Martinez

14

50

McGrath v. Ohio Adult Parole Authority

14

51

McKenzie v. Weaver

14

52

Robin Methena v. Dan H.

14

53

Mitchell v. Hetrich

14

54

Mizen jr. v. USA

14

55

Mower v. Seiter

14

56

Nagy v. Medical Mutual

14

57

NFO v. Fleck Brothers

14

58

OCF v. Koppers

14

59

Robert Perez

14

60

Alberta Joan Pohl v. Village of Coldwater et al.

14

61

Prater v. Consolidated Rail +CSX

14

62

Purnell v. Konteh

14

63

Melissa Dawn Ray

14

64

Reddish v. Williams Warden

14

65

Reed v. Sec. of H.& H.S.

14

66

Reich v. Goebel’s

14

67

Riter v. SLW

14

68

Rockwell v. Jones

14

69

Sanchez v. Overmyer

14

70

Gloria v. Sanchez

14

71

Scharf v. Bradshaw

14

72

Wayne Scott

14

73

Slimp v. Flight Safety

14

74

Smith v. Con-Rail

14

75

Kethy Spradlin v. Transport America

14

76

Michele Story, et al. v. Blue Cross & Blue Shield Mutual of Ohio

14

77

James Talcon

14

78

Toledo Golden Gloves Assoc. Inc. v. Maureen O’Connor, et al.

14

79

USA v. George Abernathy et al.

14

80

USA v. David Lee Adkins

14

81

USA v. Rico Amin

14

82

USA v. Arrendmodo-Oieda

14

83

USA v. Ash

14

84

USA v. [Charles H.] Baker

14

85

USA v. Paula J. Burnside

14

86

USA v. Jose A. Bustillos-Montes

14

87

USA v. Ishmael Butler

14

88

USA v. Cole

14

89

USA v. David Crider

14

90

USA v. Carmen M. Crowder

14

91

USA v. Sixto Martin Elizondo

14

92

USA v. Jimmy S. Gaines Jr.

14

93

USA v. Olga J. Gonzalez

14

94

USA v. Aaron Lee Green

14

95

USA v. Robert Anthony Green

14

96

USA v. Norma C.Hartsel

14

97

USA v. Franklin Lee Hayes

14

98

USA v. N. Ibarra

14

99

USA v. Joseph R. Imsin

14

100

USA v. Johnny L. Jackson

14

101

USA v. Tommy Lee Jones

14

102

USA v. Mark A. Jackson

14

103

USA v. Steven D. Kear

14

104

USA v. [Wayne] Kelly

14

105

USA v. Kemper

14

106

USA v. Gary Tyrone Knox

14

107

USA v. Kohler

14

108

USA v. Akil Kaleem Mahdi

14

109

USA v. Raymond Medina

14

110

USA v. Carlos Negrin Jr., Abel &Pedro Negrin

14

111

USA v. Andras Nyakas

14

112

USA v. Juan Ortega

14

113

USA v. Hector G. Ortiz-Moffett

14

114

USA v. Richard & Anita Plantz

14

115

USA v. Kristine Joan Rashley

14

116

USA v. William L. Ray II

14

117

USA v. JAmarr River

14

118

USA v. Jerry L. Roe  Sr.

14

119

USA v. Romp

14

120

USA v. Sanchez

14

121

USA v. John SchultFred E. Shank

14

122

USA v. Willie J. Smith

14

123

USA v. Reginald Stallworth Sr.

14

124

USA v. Roland L. Stegall

14

125

USA v. Stoddard

14

126

USA v. Strang

14

127

USA v. Jason Allen Teague

14

128

USA v. Tilly

14

129

USA v. Jonathan J. Townsend

14

130

USA v. Arthur L. Upshaw

14

131

USA v. Eddie L. White

14

132

Warren v. State of Ohio

14

133

Thomas P. Whelley

14

134

Whitcomb v. State Farm

14

135

White v. Southern Connecticut

14

136

De Wight White v. Stephen J. Huffman, Warden

14

137

Alejandro Williams

14

138

Wooten v. Lane

14

139

Yates v. Christine Money, Warden

14

140

Zack v. Money

14

141

Misc.

 

 

 

15

1

“Cantu” thru “Circle Investment Co.”

15

2

“Dysent” thru “Niller”

15

3

“Northwest Womens Center Inc.” thru “Rivera”

15

4

“Rodrigez”

15

5

“Sanchez” thru “USA-v-Winkler”

15

6

Trial Notes F-1

15

7

Trial Notes F-2

15

8

Trial Notes F-3

15

9

Trial Notes F-4

15

10

Trial Notes F-5

15

11

Trial Notes F-6

15

12

Trial Notes F-7

15

13

Trial Notes F-8

15

14

Trial Notes F-9

15

15

Trial Notes F-10

15

16

Trial Notes F-11

15

17

Trial Notes F-12

15

18

Trial Notes F-13

15

19

Trial Notes F-14

15

20

Trial Notes F-15

15

21

Trial Notes F-16

15

22

Trial Notes F-17

15

23

Trial Notes F-18

15

24

Trial Notes F-19

15

25

Trial Notes F-20

15

26

Trial Notes F-21

15

27

Trial Notes F-22

15

28

Trial Notes F-23

 

 

 

16

1

Trial Notes F-24

16

2

Trial Notes F-25

16

3

Trial Notes F-26

16

4

Trial Notes F-27

16

5

Trial Notes F-28

16

6

Trial Notes F-29

16

7

Trial Notes F-30

16

8

Trial Notes F-31

16

9

Trial Notes F-32

16

10

Trial Notes F- 33

16

11

Trial Notes F-34

16

12

Trial Notes F-35

16

13

Trial Notes F-36

16

14

Trial Notes F-37

16

15

Trial Notes F-38

16

16

Trial Notes F-39

16

17

Trial Notes F-40

16

18

Trial Notes F-41

16

19

Trial Notes F-42

16

20

Trial Notes F-43

16

21

Trial Notes F-44

16

22

Trial Notes F-45

16

23

Trial Notes F-46

16

24

Trial Notes F-47

16

25

Trial Notes F-48

16

26

Trial Notes F-49

16

27

Trial Notes F-50

16

28

Trial Notes F-51

16

29

Trial Notes F-52

16

30

Trial Notes F-53

16

31

Trial Notes F-54

16

32

Trial Notes F-55

 

 

 

17

1

Trial Notes F-56

17

2

Trial Notes F-57

17

3

Trial Notes F-58

17

4

Trial Notes F-59

17

5

Trial Notes F-60

17

6

Trial Notes F-61

17

7

Trial Notes F-62

17

8

Trial Notes F-63

17

9

Trial Notes F-64

17

10

Trial Notes F-65

17

11

Trial Notes F-66

 

 

 

 

 

D. Schedules and Reports

17

12

Bankruptcy Court F-1

17

13

Bankruptcy Court F-2

17

14

Bankruptcy Court F-3

17

15

Bankruptcy Court F-4

17

16

Proposed Amendments to local Rules F-1

17

17

Proposed Amendments to local Rules F-2

17

18

Administrative Orders F-1

17

19

Administrative Orders F-2

17

20

Administrative Orders F-3

17

21

Administrative Orders F-4

17

22

Administrative Orders F-5

17

23

Temporary assignment to Ohio Supreme Court

17

24

Magistrates F-1

17

25

Magistrates F-2

17

26

Magistrates F-3

17

27

Judges of Ohio Courts of Appeal – Roster (1979)

17

28

Judges of the Courts of Appeals Seniority list (1981)

17

29

Summary Jury Trial

17

30

McQuade Resignation F-1

17

31

McQuade Resignation F-2

 

 

 

18

1

Quarterly Reports F-1

18

2

Quarterly Reports F-2

18

3

Quarterly Reports F-3

18

4

Quarterly Reports F-4

18

5

Quarterly Reports 1996

18

6

Quarterly Reports 1997

18

7

Quarterly Reports 1998

18

8

Quarterly Reports 1999

18

9

Quarterly Reports 2000

18

10

Quarterly Reports2001

18

11

“60 day motion list 1982-2001” F-1

18

12

“60 day motion list 1982-2001” F-2

18

13

“60 day motion list 1982-2001” F-3

18

14

“60 day motion list 1982-2001” F-4

18

15

“60 day motion list 1982-2001” F-5

18

16

Annual Reports

18

17

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-1

18

18

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-2

18

19

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules  F-3

18

20

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-4

18

21

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-5

18

22

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-6

18

23

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-7

18

24

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-8

18

25

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-9

18

26

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-10

18

27

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-11

18

28

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-12

18

29

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-13

18

30

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-14

18

31

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-15

18

32

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-16

 

 

 

19

1

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-17

19

2

Reports, Calendars, & Schedules F-18

19

3

Naturalization Folder 1

19

4

Naturalization Folder 2

19

5

Naturalization Folder 3

19

6

Naturalization Folder 4

19

7

Naturalization Folder 5

19

8

Naturalization Folder 6

19

9

Naturalization Folder 7

19

10

Naturalization Folder 8

19

11

Naturalization Folder 9

19

12

Naturalization Folder 10

19

13

Naturalization Folder 11

19

14

Naturalization Folder 12

19

15

U.S. Court Library –Toledo

19

16

Court Reports

 

 

S2. JUDICIAL CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, AND
      WORKSHOPS

 

 

 

 

 

A. Appellate Judges Seminars

20

1

“Appellate Judges Seminars (Intermediate Seminar), New York University School of Law, July 8-17, 1969, Appellate Judges Seminar, Memorandum, October 5, 1970, includes Report on The Federal Judicial Branch: Remarks of the Honorable Warren E. Burger, Chief Justice of the United States, Delivered before the American Bar Association, Washington, D.C., August 6, 1973

20

2

“Material—Bills Letters from Phoenix Feb. 1974” Appellate Judges Seminar, Tempe, Arizona, February 17-21, 1974

 

 

 

20

3

B. Committee to Study the Judicial Conference (1985-1995) includes Report of the Proceedings of the Judicial Conference of the United States, March 16-17, 1989)

 

 

 

20

4

C. Conference of Chief District Judges, April 5-8, 1989

 

 

 

20

5

D. The Danforth Seminar (1986)

 

 

 

20

6

E. “Federal Court Seminar 1983-84 [crossed through]” Federal Courts Practice Seminars, 1983-1995

 

 

 

20

7

F. The Federal Judges Association, Second Annual National Conference, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., May 22-24, 1989

 

 

 

20

8

G. The Federal Judicial Center Seminar on Law and Ethics, The Marriott Society Center, November 16-18, 1993

 

 

 

 

 

H. [Ohio] Bench-Bar Conferences

20

9

“1990 [Ohio] Bench-Bar Conference” I “Justice System at the Crossroad: Challenge of the ‘90’s” (Supreme Court of Ohio, Ohio Judicial Conference, Ohio State Bar Association) Holiday Inn Worthington, Worthington, Ohio, September 4-5, 1990

20

10

“1990 [Ohio] Bench-Bar Conference” II [Source Material]

 

 

 

 

 

I. Ohio Judicial Conferences

20

11

Ohio Judicial Conference, Annual Meeting, 1972

20

12

Ohio Judicial Conference, Annual Meeting, September 3-5, 1980

 

 

 

20

13

J. Point of Law Seminar “Public Law Seminar—1983” “Point of Law Seminar, The Enquirer, The Post and The Cincinnati Bar Association, Convention Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 30 [1983]”

 

 

 

 

 

K. Sentencing Institutes

20

14

“Sentencing Institute for the Fourth and Eleventh Circuits, Raleigh, North Carolina, April 18-20, 1983”

20

15

“Sentencing Institute for the First, Third and District of Columbia Circuits,” Concord Resort Hotel, Lake Kiamesha/Otisville, New York, April 30-May 2, 1984

20

16

Joint Sentencing Institute for the Second and Sixth Circuits, Durham, North Carolina (1985-86)

 

 

 

 

 

L. Sixth Circuit Appellate District Judicial Conferences

20

17

“Sixth District Court of Appeals Judicial Conference, Sheraton-Westgate Motor Inn, Toledo, Ohio, October 14, 1977”

20

18

“Sixth Appellate District Judicial Conference, Ramada Inn-Southwyck, Toledo, Ohio, November 10, 1978”

20

19

“Sixth District Judicial Conference, Toledo Club, Toledo, Ohio, November 9, 1979”

20

20

“Sixth Appellate District Judicial Conference, Downtown Holiday Inn, Toledo, Ohio, November 14, 1980”

20

21

“Sixth Appellate District Judicial Conference, Toledo Club, Toledo, Ohio, November 13, 1981”

20

22

“Forty-Third Annual Conference, Sixth Judicial Circuit of the United States, Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina, July 13-18, 1982”

20

23

“Annual Judicial Conference of the Sixth Circuit, Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan, July 7-10, 1983”

20

24

“Annual Judicial Conference of the Sixth Circuit, Westin Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 16-19, 1984”

20

25

“1985 Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference, Galt House, Louisville, Kentucky, May 15-18, 1985”

20

26

“Forty-Seventh Annual Conference, Sixth Judicial Circuit of the United States, Memphis, Tennessee, May 14-17, 1986”

20

27

“1987 Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference,” Grand Rapids [sic]

20

28

“1988 Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, July 6-9, 1988” includes District Judges’ Association Meeting, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, July 6, 1988

20

29

“50th Annual Judicial Conference of the Sixth Circuit, The Radison Plaza Hotel, Lexington, Kentucky, May 10-13, 1989”

20

30

“Judicial Conference of the Sixth Appellate District of Ohio, Holiday Inn, Toledo, Ohio, November 3, 1989”

20

31

“52nd Annual Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference, Grand Traverse Resort Village, Grand Traverse Village, Michigan, June 11-15, 1991”

20

32

“Fifty-Third Annual Conference, Sixth Judicial Circuit of the United States, The Hyatt on Capitol Square, Columbus, Ohio, May 27-29, 1992”

20

33

“1993 Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, April 15-18,1993/April 14-17, 1993 [sic]”

20

34

“Fifty-Fifth Conference, Sixth Judicial Circuit of the United States, Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina, June 28-July 1, 1995”

20

35

“56th Judicial Conference of the Sixth Circuit, Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan, July 7-10, 1996”

20

36

“Fifty-Seventh Conference of the Sixth Judicial Circuit of the United States, The Opryland Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee, May 14-16, 1997”

20

37

“Fifty-Eighth Conference, Sixth Judicial Circuit of the United States, Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina, May 13-15, 1998”

20

38

“59th Judicial Conference of the Sixth Circuit, Grand Traverse Resort, Traverse City, Michigan, June 22-26, 1999”

20

39

“2000 Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference, Hyatt Regency, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 31-June 3, 2000”

20

40

“61st Judicial Conference of the Sixth Circuit, Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan, June 23-27, 2001”

20

41

“62nd Conference of the Sixth Judicial Circuit of the United States, The Cleveland Renaissance Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio, May 29-June 1, 2002”

20

42

“63rd Conference, Sixth Judicial Circuit of the United States, The Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee, April 10-12, 2003”

 

 

 

 

 

M. Workshops for Judges of the Sixth Circuit, the Eighth Circuit and the Tenth Circuit

20

43

Workshop for Judges of the Sixth Circuit, Asheville, North Carolina, July 13-15, 1982

20

44

Workshop for Judges of the Sixth Circuit, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 18-19, 1983

20

45

Workshop for Judges of the Sixth Circuit: Product Liability Law in Ohio, Lexington Marriott Resort, Lexington, Kentucky, October 15-17, 1984

20

46

Workshop for Judges of the Sixth Circuit, Sawmill Creek, Huron, Ohio, October 14-16, 1985

20

47

Workshop for Judges of the Sixth Circuit, Hyatt Regency Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee, December 4-6, 1986

20

48

Workshop for Judges of the Sixth Circuit, Grand Traverse Village, Traverse City, Michigan, October 11-14, 1987

20

49

Workshop for Judges of the Sixth Circuit, Federal Judicial Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 3-5, 1988

20

50

Workshop for Judges of the Eighth and Tenth Circuits, Federal Judicial Center, San Diego, California, January 23-25, 1989

20

51

Workshop for Judges of the Sixth and Eighth Circuits, Federal Judicial Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 8-10, 1990

20

52

“Sixth/Eighth Circuit Workshop, Charleston, South Carolina, January 14-16, 1991”

20

53

Annual Workshop for Judges of the Sixth and Eighth Circuits, Grosvenor Resort, Walt Disney World Village, Lake Buena Vista/Orlando, Florida, January 14-16/13-15, 1992

20

54

“FY 1993 National Workshop for District Court Judges, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Hotel, San Francisco, California, September 2-4, 1993”

20

55

A Joint Workshop for Judges of the Sixth and Eighth Circuits, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, January 6-8, 1994

20

56

National Workshop for District Court Judges II, Federal Judicial Center, Boston, Massachusetts, July 12-15, 1995

20

57

Federal Judicial Center Workshop for Judges of the Sixth and Eighth Circuits, Traverse City, Michigan, August 28-30, 1996

20

58

National Workshop for District Judges II, Minneapolis Hilton and Towers, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 30-July 2, 1997

20

59

Federal Judicial Center’s National Workshop for District Judges II, Omni Inner Harbor Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland, August 9-11, 1999

20

60

Federal Judicial Center’s National Workshop for District Judges I [sic], DoubleTree [sic] Hotel Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia, May 3-5, 2001

 

 

 

20

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N: University of Windsor (Ontario, Canada) Faculty of Law’s Judicial Intellectual Property Law Seminar

 

 

 

 

 

S3. SPEECHES, 1962-2004

 

 

 

 

 

A. Individual Honorees (Introductions, Memorials, Roast or Retirement Party, Swearing In Ceremonies, Testimonial Dinner Speeches)

21

1

“Anderson Testimonial Dinner 9/29/77” [Marion C. Anderson, M.D., President 1972-1977, Medical College of Ohio at Toledo] “Anderson Testimonial Dinner Commodore Perry Hotel, September 29, 1977”

21

2

“Memorial Service for Judge Allen Andrews,” July 7, 1995

21

3

John S. Andrews [Memorial], March 3, 2001

21

4

Charlie Brown, Birthday [n.d.]

21

5

“Ernest Cottrell Judge of Pt. Clinton, Municipal Court Swearing In Ceremony Fremont 11:15”  Ernest E. Cottrell, Swearing In Ceremony as Judge, Port Clinton [Ohio] Municipal Court, January 30, 1979 “Judicial Oath of Office,” etc. [speech missing]

21

6

“Introduction of Judge [sic: Judge] Robert Dorrell, The Toledo Bar Association, March 22, 1988

21

7

“Judge [Robert] Dorrell Dinner, Nov. 18/88” November 18, 1988

21

8

[Robert] Bob Dorrell [Memorial], June 20, 1994”

21

9

“Swearing In of Judge Robert Dorrell, August 22/77,” Judicial Oath of Office” August 22, 1977

21

10

“Appreciation Roast, Andy Douglas, February 5, 1981”

21

11

“Swearing In Ceremony of Andy Douglas, Judge Elect, Sixth District

Court of Appeals, February 6, 1981”

21

12

[Swearing In Ceremony] [Justice Andy Douglas] Toledo City Council Chambers, One Government Center, January 4, 1985

21

13

“Testimonial Dinner Msgr. Doyle” “Testimonial Dinner for Monsignor Michael J. Doyle,” Commodore Perry Motor Inn, Toledo, Ohio, March 21, 1974

21

14

“Salute to Serge Fournier” February 8, 1974

21

15

“Informal Swearing in Judge [David A.] Katz, 10/21/94” October 21, 1994

21

16

“Introduction of the Honorable David A. Katz, Legal Aid Lunch, 2/12/’99” February 12, 1999

21

17

John Kelly Testimonial” [n.d.]

21

18

Jeane J. Kirkpatrick” [Introduction], September 27, 1989

21

19

“Judge Jim McCrystal” [n.d.]

21

20

Harlan Moan [Memorial, Epworth], April 8, 2000

21

21

“Swearing In Judge Francis C. Restivo” [1980-]

21

22

John Noble Richards Memorial Garden Dedication,” July 15, 1984

21

23

Ralph W. Smith, Retirement Party, Heatherdowns Country Club,

November 20, 1981

21

24

Fritz Snyder/Snider [n.d.]

21

25

[Swearing In] “Judge [Mary Ann] Whipple” [Oath of Office as a United States Bankruptcy Judge] [n.d.]

21

26

“Judge Robert Wilson,” Retirement Dinner, January 6, 1995

21

27

“Roast for Sol Wittenberg, May 18, 1981”

21

28

“First Don Wolfe Roast,” The Press Club, Third Annual Ribs & Roast Dinner, October 22, 1975

21

29

[Louis R. Young], The 58th Annual Joint Memorial Service of The Toledo Bar Association and The Lucas County Bar Association, May 23, 1997

 

 

 

 

 

B. Naturalization Ceremony Speeches

21

30

Naturalization Ceremony, July 23, 1982

21

31

Naturalization Ceremony, November 19, 1982

21

32

Naturalization Ceremony [“November 19, 1982” crossed through] April 15, 1983

21

33

Naturalization, July 15, 1983 [with notations for] July 13/84 [sic]”

21

34

Naturalization, July 13, 1984”

21

35

[Naturalization] “Nov. 15, 1985” [November 15, 1985]

21

36

Naturalization Mar. 14/86 + Nov. 14/86 [sic]”

21

37

Naturalization, July 18, 1986”

21

38

Naturalization, January 16, 1987”

21

39

Naturalization, March 10, 1989”

21

40

Naturalization, November 17, 1989”

21

41

Naturalization, March 9, 1990”

21

42

[Naturalization] “July 13/90” [July 13, 1990]

21

43

Naturalization, November 9, 1990”

21

44

Naturalization, March 8, 1991”

21

45

Naturalization, July 12, 1991”

21

46

Naturalization, November 8, 1991”

21

47

Naturalization [“November 8, 1991” crossed through] Sept. 18, 1992” September 18, 1992

21

48

Naturalization, March 20, 1992”

21

49

Naturalization, October 30, 1992”

21

50

Naturalization, June 11, 1993”

21

51

Naturalization, July 23, 1993”

21

52

Naturalization, September 17, 1993”

21

53

Naturalization March 24 [corrected to 5], 1993 [corrected to 4] [sic]”

21

54

Naturalization, May 4, 1994”

21

55

Naturalization, June 24, 1994”

21

56

Naturalization, August 26, 1994”

21

57

Naturalization, October 28, 1994”

21

58

Naturalization, April 28, 1995”

21

59

Naturalization December 15, 1995”

21

60

Naturalization, November 22, 1996”

21

61

Naturalization, October 31, 1997”

21

62

Naturalization, March 27, 1998”

21

63

Naturalization, September 18, 1998”

21

64

Naturalization November 22 [corrected to 20], 1996 [corrected to 8] [sic]” [November 20, 1998]

21

65

Naturalization, November 12, 1999”

21

66

Naturalization, March 31, 2000”

21

67

“Naturalization September 18 [corrected to 15], 1998 [corrected to 2000] [sic],” “Naturalization September 15, 2000”

21

68

Naturalization December 15, 2000”

21

69

Naturalization March 18, 2001”

21

70

“Naturalization July 18 [corrected to 23] 2002 [corrected to 1] [sic]”

Naturalization July 23, 2001”

21

71

Naturalization February 22, 2002 Oak Harbor”

21

72

Naturalization September 14, 2002 Toledo Public Library”

21

73

Naturalization August 29, 2003”

21

74

Naturalization June 18, 2004”

21

75

Naturalization September 17, 2004 University of Toledo College of Law”

 

 

 

 

 

C. Seminars

21

76

“Speech—Law Day” [speech missing] “The Public and Lucas County Courts: Do They Assure Justice?,” Law Seminar, College of Law, The University of Toledo, May 17, 1973

21

77

“[The Third George] Kiroff Trial Advocacy Seminar,” November 11, 1982

21

78

“Your Rights and the Law,” Seminar sponsored by The Toledo Bar [sic: “BLADE”] and the Toledo Bar Association, Great Hall, Masonic Auditorium, April 28, 1983

21

79

“Federal Court Seminar, June 5, 1985”

21

80

“Eighth Annual Federal Court Practice Seminar, June 6, 1986”

21

81

“Federal Court Seminar, June 16, 1987” (Toledo Bar Association & The University of Toledo College of Law)

21

82

“Guidelines Seminar, 3/4/88,” [Seminar presented by the Toledo Bar Association, Magistrate Carr, the District Attorney’s Office and our [sic] Probation Department, March 4, 1988]

21

83

“Federal Practice Seminar, June 1, 1989”

21

84

“Federal Court Seminar, June 1, 1990”

21

85

“Fourteenth Annual Federal Court Practice Seminar,” Toledo Marriott Portside, June 19, 1992

21

86

“1993 Nicholas J. Walinski Federal Practice Seminary [sic: Seminar], June 18, 1993”

 

 

 

 

 

D. Other Events and Topics

21

87

Academy of Family Practitioners, November 2, 1999”

21

88

Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity, Gamma Eta Chapter, February 5, 1996”

21

89

“T.M., Toledo Architects Candidates Meeting, Sept. 20, 1977”

“M.C., American Institute of Architects Toledo Chapter,”

Tenth Annual Legislative Dinner, Versailles Room, Toledo Club, Toledo, Ohio, September 20, 1977

21

90

“Toledo Post American Legion, March 13, 1992”

21

91

“Memorial Day 1974,” The American Legion, Robinson-Gibbs Post 265, Wauseon, Ohio, May 27, 1974”

21

92

“Speech to the Ohio Chapter of the American Water Works Association Nov. 5, 1980” (Forty-Second Annual Conference, American Water Works Association, Ohio Section, Commodore Perry Motor Inn, Toledo, Ohio, November 5-7, 1980)

21

93

Ashland Ave. Baptist Church” [n.d.]

21

94

“The Better Business Bureau and the Courts,” The Better Business Bureau, Annual Membership Meeting, April 20, 1977

21

95

“Keynote Speech Boy Scouts and Freedom Shrine Dedication” [Boy Scouts of America, 1968]

21

96

“Keynote Speech,” Boy Scouts [of America, Camp Miakonda], June 16, 1972

21

97

Toledo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Recognition Dinner, Glenwood Lutheran Church, April 16, 1985

21

98

Chi Beta Chi Reunion, October 29, 1976

21

99

“Talk Feb. 27/81 to City of Toledo Retirees,”

“City Employees Recognition Banquet, February 27, 1981,”

City of Toledo Recognition Banquet, Retail Clerks Union Hall

21

100

“Talk Nov. 15 Collingwood Presbyterian Guild—Law—3 cases”

[Collingwood Presbyterian Guild, November 15, 1978]

21

101

“Acceleration of the Appellate Court Docket for Cases Relative to Child Placement and the Dependent, Neglected and Abused Child”

“Conference, Columbus, Ohio,… For Delivery October 28, 1980”

“Permanence for Children: The Broadening Scope of Judicial Decision-Making” Conference, October 27-28, 1980

21

102

[introduction to a day and a night in Toledo, Spain] 12/29/72

[Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain] December 29, 1972

21

103

[Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain] Annual Banquet [c. 1971]

21

104

[Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain] Annual Banquet of the Day of the Two Toledos, May 22, 1974

21

105

[Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain] “TM Two Toledos May 1976” “Annual Meeting of the Two Toledos,” “Annual Dinner & Meeting of the Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain, May 25, 1976”

21

106

[Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain] “J.W. Potter May 25/78 Spanish Meeting” “Annual Meeting of the Day of the Two Toledos May 25, 1978”

21

107

“April 16 50th Anniversary Dinner Spanish Committee Great Gallery of Art Museum JWP—Toastmaster” “Committee on Relations with Toledo, Spain 50th Anniversary Banquet,” April 16, 1981

21

108

“Bicentennial & Law Day—Bicentennial and Leadership,” East Toledo Club, May 6, 1976

21

109

“Bill of Rights,” East Toledo Club, December 12, 1991

21

110

“Crime + Punishment,” “Crime and Punishment,” Epworth Church, January 11, 1981

21

111

“Ethics—Christian and Judicial,” Epworth [Church], February 5, 1978

21

112

“Goldilocks, The Bill of Rights and School Prayer,” Epworth Church, January 7, 1997

21

113

“Role of Religion in the Law,” “Epworth Forum” [c. 1984]

21

114

Epworth Men’s Club, December 1, 1987”

21

115

“Brotherhood Night Etz Chayim Feb. 22, 1977” “Congretation [sic: Congregation] Etz Chayim Brotherhood Night February 22, 1977” Etz Chayim Men’s Club, Thirty-Third Annual Banquet, Feb. 22, 1977

21

116

“The Establishment, Freedom and Change,” Freedom Shrine Dedication by the Exchange Club of Woodville Mall at Northwood High School, April 28, 1971

21

117

Firm Name-Change Party: Shindler, Neff, Holmes & Schlageter, February 4, 1998”

21

118

“Forty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Fulton County Health Center, February 27, 1978”

21

119

Junior Achievement [of Northwestern Ohio] Banquet, May 24, 1962”

21

120

“From my Vantage Point on the Foothill” Juvenile Court and Probate Judges Convention, January 29, 1975”

21

121

Annual Law Day Banquet, Kettenring Country Club, Defiance, Ohio, April 29, 1978

21

122

“Law Day—1972” [Kiwanians]

21

123

“Law Day 1983—Sharing In Justice,” Kiwanis and Lions Club [April 12 14 [sic] [1983]]

21

124

Kiwannis [sic: Kiwanis] Club April 10, 1990”

21

125

“30th Anniversary of the Kiwanis Club East Toledo—Oregon [Ohio], April 20, 1981”

21

126

Kiwanis Club South Toledo September 29, 1992”

21

127

“Speech to be given before the West Toledo Kiwanis Club 12/5/68” [Kiwanis Club West Toledo] December 5, 1968

21

128

“West Toledo Kiwanis Club Speech 12/11/73” [Kiwanis Club West Toledo] December 11, 1973

21

129

“West Toledo Kiwanis Club Christmas Party December 13, 1994” [Kiwanis Club West Toledo] December 13, 1994

21

130

“From my Vantage Point in the Bleachers,” ’36 Libbey [High School] Class Reunion [1986]

21

131

Libbey High School Honor Society, April 12, 1967”

21

132

Lions Club Christmas Party, December 20, 1977”

21

133

Lucas County Bar Association, The Board Room [Toledo, Ohio], February 4, 1985”

21

134

“New Rules of the Court of Appeals Speech, John W. Potter Before the Lucas County Bar Association, September 13, 1971”

21

135

“Pitfalls of Appellate Procedure Revisited, Lucas County Bar Association, September 13, 1971”

21

136

“Speech on Rule” “Alton Hospital, Alton, PA [sic],” “Extemporaneous Remarks,” “Memorandum, September 8, 1971” [Lucas County Bar meeting]

21

137

“Our Community and the Law,” “The Lutheran Men’s League of Greater Toledo 37th Annual Dinner Meeting, Glenwood Lutheran Church, Toledo, Ohio, October 28, 1971

21

138

[Maumee Chamber of Commerce, April 8, 1974]

21

139

Maumee Valley School of Nursing Commencement [1962]

21

140

“The Bill of Rights,” [Medill Elementary School sixth grade], Lancaster, Ohio, March 14, 2002

21

141

Memorial Day Speech,” “Memorial Day, 1069” [May, 1969]

21

142

“Mercy Hospital, Service Awards” “Mercy Hospital Awards Dinner, Mercy Professional Center, May 12, 1976”

21

143

“Installation of Officers and Trustees” “Has Swearing In Ceremony for Officer” Model Neighborhood Residents Association, Health Fair and 9th Annual Meeting, Promenade Park, June 21, 1977”

 

 

 

22

1

“Women and the Law,” National Secretaries Association (International) Glass City Chapter, “Education Is Our Bag,” Twentieth Annual Seminar, Commodore Perry Motor Inn, March 19, 1977

22

2

Northwest Ohio Bar Association, March 10, 1992 [overwritten]”

22

3

“Speech to The Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers,” September 21, 1984

22

4

“The Gentle Art of Serving the Public,” “Bailiff’s Assoc.” Ohio Bailiff’s Association, September 13, 1980

22

5

“Judicial System at the Crossroad: Challenge of the ‘90’s” [Breakout Session B] Columbus, Ohio, September 5, 1990, 1990 [Ohio] Bench-Bar Conference, sponsored by Supreme Court of Ohio, Ohio Judicial Conference and Ohio State Bar Association, Holiday Inn Worthington, Worthington, Ohio, September 4-5, 1990

22

6

“The Gentle Art of Being a Public Official,” Ohio Clerks of Court Association, Seventh District Meeting, May 9, 1979”

22

7

Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association, Winter Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, December 3, 1981

22

8

Ohio Municipal Electric Association” [1973]

22

9

“Toledo Chapter of the Ohio Society of CPA’s Meeting April 26, 1978 Perrysburg Holiday Inn”

22

10

“Speech to the Ohio State Coroner’s Association,” Ramada Inn, Toledo, Ohio, May 2, 1975

22

11

Ohio University, February 25, 2000

22

12

Old Newsboys Goodfellows Association, Banquet December 10, 1975” “Old Newsboys Talk Dec. 10 and related material on Advent….”

22

13

Ottawa County Manufacturers and Employer’s Association” [Law Day] [n.d.]

22

14

“From my vantage point on the foothill,” “Parkview Hospital Speech” [1974-]

22

15

“The Bicentennial One Year Later A Proper Perspective” Penn Central Association of Credit Unions Annual Meeting, Sheraton-Westgate, Toledo, Ohio, May 7, 1977

22

16

Phi Delta Kappa” (Toledo Ohio chapter, Initiation Dinner) Pilgrim Church of the United Church of Christ, February 23, 1980

22

17

“Speech at Pyramid Lodge No. 701, F & AM” 50th anniversary of Pyramid Lodge, Fort Industry Masonic Temple, June 24, 1976 [correspondence, speech missing]

22

18

“Freedom Has a Name: The Bill of Rights,” Rotary Club, Law Day, May 6, 1991

22

19

“Maumee Rotary Club, November 9, 1983” [Rotary Club, Maumee, Ohio]

22

20

“Sylvania Rotary Club, Nov. 30, 1972” [Rotary Club, Sylvania, Ohio, November 30, 1972]

22

21

“Sylvania Rotary Club, February 11, 1988” [Rotary Club, Sylvania, Ohio]

22

22

“Waterville Rotary Club, November 10, 1975” [Rotary Club, Waterville, Ohio]

22

23

St. John’s [Genoa, Ohio], 2/10/’83” [February 10, 1983]

22

24

St. Paul’s Church [Toledo, Ohio] Brotherhood Supper Meeting, March 10, 1980”

22

25

St. Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Center and Management Coordinating Committee, Seminar Luncheon, February 11, 1978”

22

26

“Bicentennial Inventory Speech to Sandusky Exchange Club,” June 26, 1975

22

27

“Topic of Freedom of Information to be discussed at the Sigma Delta Chi Meeting, Wednesday, February 7th at The Toledo Press Club,” “2/7/73—Sigma Delta Chi—Freedom of Information Sigma Delta Chi, Northwest Ohio Chapter, Toledo Press Club, February 7 [1973]”

22

28

Swanton Chamber of Commerce, May 24, 1979”

22

29

“The Living Constitution,” Taft Institute, The University of Toledo, July 16, 1987

22

30

“From my Vantage Point on the Foothill” “Teamsters Local 20 Leadership Classes, April 11, 1975”

22

31

“Bicentennial Inventory” “Teamsters Local 20 April 1976” “Teamsters Local #20 Leadership Class April 30, 1976” “Leadership Class Banquet, April 30, 1976” Teamsters Local 20, Commodore Perry

22

32

[Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce] “78th Annual Meeting, Ballroom, Commodore Perry, January 10, 1972”

22

33

[Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce] 83rd Annual Supper Bowl” 83rd Annual Meeting, Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce, Ballroom, Commodore Perry Motor Inn, January 11, 1977

22

34

[Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce] “84th Annual Meeting, Ballroom, Commodore Perry, Jan. 3, 1978” [January 3, 1978]

22

35

[Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce, 1979]

22

36

“T.M. Lincoln Banquet March 16, 1973” “Lincoln Day Banquet—Toledo, Ohio” “Toledo Area Republican Officeholders” [Great Hall, Masonic Complex, March 16, 1973]

22

37

“Rough Outline of Speech to Toledo Bar Association on February 12th” [1970]

22

38

“New Rules of the Court of Appeals Speech, John W. Potter Before the [“Wood County” crossed through: “Toledo”] Bar Association, January 27, 1972” [Toledo Bar Association

22

39

“I’m from the Government, but I’m your friend” [Bar meeting] [Toledo Bar Association, c. 1985]

22

40

“Motion Practice in Federal District Court,” Toledo Bar Association, March 29, 1989

22

41

“Bar Speech of Dec. 17, 1971” [sic] “From my Vantage Point on the Foothill Christmas Toledo Bar 1972” [sic] “From my Vantage Point on the Foothill” [Toledo Bar Association, Christmas gathering, [1971/1972]]

22

42

“Toledo Bar Christmas Luncheon, December 15, 1982” [Toledo Bar Association Christmas Luncheon]

22

43

Toledo Bar Association Christmas Party and Ohio State Bar Association District IV Annual Meeting” Commodore Perry Motor Inn Ballroom, December 13, 1993

22

44

“Federal Court in 1992,” Toledo Bar Association CLE Program, April 30, 1992

22

45

“How to succeed in the Court of Appeals without really trying” “Junior Lawyers Institute,” (“Outline, Practice in the Court of Appeals, Junior Lawyers Institute”) [Toledo Bar Association, Junior Lawyers Institute], November 30, 1979

22

46

[“How to win in the federal court without really trying”] “Junior Lawyers Institute, Toledo Bar Association [Junior Lawyers Institute], December 9, 1985

22

47

“Everything Your Husbands Wanted to Know About Judges, But Were Afraid to Ask,” “Ladies Auxiliary of the Toledo Bar Association Speech” “Talk to Bar Auxiliary Oct 1974 on Early Circuit Riders” [Toledo Bar Association Ladies Auxiliary, October, 1974]

22

48

“Partners in Justice,” Toledo Bar Association, Law Day Luncheon, April 26, 1977

22

49

“How to Succeed in Federal Court Without Really Trying,” Toledo Bar Association Luncheon, October 7, 1977

22

50

“A Supreme Court Trilogy—Capital Punishment, Abortion and Pornography” Downtown Toledo Exchange Club, Hong Kong Gardens [1972-]

22

51

“When Life Begins and Ends,” Downtown Toledo High Twelve Club, June 18, 1981

22

52

Toledo High Twelve Club [includes West Toledo Lions Club, “3/22/72”], [n.d.]

22

53

“Speech for the Toledo Hospital Centennial Dinner, October 15, 1974”

22

54

Toledo Hospital Staff Dinner, February 28, 1975”

22

55

“Speech to the Toledo Legal Secretaries Assoc. May 24, ‘71” Toledo Legal Secretaries Association, Toledo Room, Commodore Perry Motor Inn, May 24, 1971

22

56

Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Toledo—Lucas County Safety Council, Anderson Rooms A & B, Community Services Building, January 11, 1977

22

57

“I’m From the Federal Government but I’m Your Friend,” Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments, July 25, 1984

22

58

“The Class of 1943” “Toledo Public Schools Annual Employee Recognition Night” Holiday Inn, Perrysburg, Ohio, June 5, 1973

22

59

“Remarks and Presentation of Award to Citizen Contributor to Education, Don Wolfe” “Speech for The Toledo Public Schools Employee Recognition Night, Gladieux 1 & 2, May 19, 1977”

22

60

“Your Summer of ’42 and ‘72” “Toledo Public Schools Employees Recognition Dinner” Toledo Public Schools Employee Recognition Night, Holiday Inn, Perrysburg, Ohio, May 31, 1972

22

61

Toledoscape [sic]” [1988]

22

62

“Toledoscope [sic: Toledoscape]—April 5, 1989” [ToledoScape: Criminal Justice Session, My Brother’s Place [Toledo, Ohio], April 5, 1989]

22

63

“Installation of Officers, Toledo Women’s Bar Association, July 16, 1986”

22

64

Townsend School, 3/17/’92” [March 17, 1992]

22

65

“My Vantage Point on the Foothill” “Bonds for Israel Lawyers Dinner 1973” “United Jewish Appeal Lawyers’ Division, Second Annual Lawyers Division Dinner May 8, 1973”

22

66

“The Difficult Attorney,” “United States Attorney Meeting, October 1, 1993”

22

67

1978 Annual Meeting and Awards Presentation, “A Tribute to Community Involvement,” [United Way], Commodore Perry Motor Inn, February 7, 1978

22

68

“United Way Kick-off Dinner” “John Potter Toastmaster 20th Annual United Way Campaign Kick-Off Dinner, September 18, 1979”

22

69

“U of T Alumni Dinner 1974” “Toledo University Alumni Association” The University of Toledo Alumni Association, 1974 Annual Dinner-Dance and 55th Reunion Class of ’19, Golden Anniversary Reunion Class of ’24, 45th Year Reunion Class of ’29, 40th Year Reunion Class of ’34, 35th Year Reunion Class of ’39, 30th Year Reunion Class of ’44, Silver Anniversary Reunion Class of ’49, Gladieux 1 & 2, June 1, 1974

22

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Fiftieth Reunion Class of 1940 University of Toledo [Class of 1940], October 26, 1990

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71

“Commencement” “[“University of” crossed through] Toledo [“Business” crossed through] College of Business Administration,” [University of Toledo College of Business Administration], March 21, 1987

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“Your New Profession and Its Old Image,” University of Toledo Commencement, March 20, 1982”

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73

“Golden Oldies Brunch, University of Toledo [Golden Oldies], October 29, 1995

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74

University of Toledo Law Review, Fifth Annual Dinner [1981-]

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75

“From Piper Cub to Boeing 747,” [University of Toledo] Law School, February 23, 1983

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76

University of Toledo Law School Commencement, March 24, 1979

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“Precommencement Ceremony,” University of Toledo Law School [Precommencement Ceremony], June 11, 1976

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78

“T.M. Tower Club March 30, 1973 T.U.” “The University of Toledo Board of Trustees” [University of Toledo Tower Club]

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79

“Bicentennial Year” “Westmoreland [sic] Speech” “Speech to Members of the Westmore Retirement Home” [1975]

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80

“Re: Freedom Shrine” West Toledo Exchange Club, June 14, 1976

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81

[Keynote Speaker on Pornography] Education Seminar, Women’s Advertising Club of Toledo, Commodore Perry Motor Inn, April 30, 1973

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82

“Law Day, May 1, 1974” [Wood County Bar Association Annual Dinner, May 1, 1974]

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83

“Law Day,” Wood County Bar Association [Law Day], April 29, 1977

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84

“Memo for Judge Potter’s speech to be Given to the Wood County Bar Association on local history on Wood County and Bowling Green” [n.d.]

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85

“New Rules of the Court of Appeals Speech, John W. Potter Before the Wood County Bar Association [New Rules of the Court of Appeals], October 4, 1971,” with edited copy of original speech before the Lucas County Bar Association, September 13, 1971

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86

“Speech to Wood County Bar Association” “Speech to Wood County Bar Association February 20, 1971” “ “ [sic: ditto marks] to Sandusky County” [Wood County Bar Association/Sandusky County]

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87

“Talk to Downtown Young Republicans July 1/1980 Hilcrest Parts of Kiwanis Talk”

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88

“Pages from Speeches” + “Notes” [Miscellaneous speech material, n.d.]

 

 

S4. CORRESPONDENCE

 

 

 

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A. American Bar Association (1982-86)

 

 

 

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B. Art Festivals (“Art Festival Information” includes “Rose Garden Arts Festival, June 25-26, 1966,” Toledo Festival of the Arts, The Chrysalis, v. 1, n. 1 (1976) (“Eleventh Annual Toledo Festival of the Arts”); Festival Art News v. 1 n. 1 1978 [“13th Annual Toledo Festival of the Arts/Garden Forum Flower Show”], 1979 Festival news (“1979—Our Fourteenth [sic] Year”); “Connections Guide to Toledo Festival of the Arts, Crosby Gardens, June 28-29, 1980” (“15th Anniversary Toledo Festival of the Arts Celebration”); “1981 Crosby Gardens Festival of the Arts, June 27-28, 1981” and “Crosby Garden Festival of the Arts” [1983])

 

 

 

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C. “Bill of Rights Plaque 1991” (correspondence, 1990-92)

 

 

 

 

 

D. Buildings and Staff (1971, 1976, 1978-94)

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County Office Space Needs Committee (correspondence, December 7, 1976)

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5

“Ct. Facilities + Projects Comm.—1985” Court Facilities and Projects Committee (correspondence, 1985-87)

23

6

“Courtroom—Accoustical Problems” (1983-84)

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“GSA” [General Services Administration] (correspondence, 1983-92)

23

8

“Intern Program” [University of Toledo College of Law] (correspondence, 1983-85)

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9

“Municipal Court Facilities” Liaison Committee (correspondence, 12 November 1971)

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10

[Ohio State Reformatory] (1978-83)

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“Senior Judge Space—1992” (Correspondence, 1992-94)

 

 

 

 

 

E. By-Laws, Charters, Constitutions (1837, 1894, 1971-72 and 1978)

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“The Charter and By-Laws of the City of Toledo, 1837” (bound vol. with photocopies of title page and pp. 3-16 and five pages of notes) and photocopy of invitation to the “Ceremonies of the Laying of the Cornerstone of the Lucas County Court House, September 3, 1894”

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13

Constitution of the Ohio Intermediate Appellate Judges Association (Correspondence, 1978)

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14

“Fellows of the American Bar Foundation” (includes The Fellows of the American Bar Association By-Laws As Revised February, 1966 and Annual Report, 1971-1972)

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15

The Ohio Courts of Appeals Judges Association, Rules and By-Laws [n.d.]

 

 

 

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F. District Judges Association (1985-88)

 

 

 

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G. Federal Judges Association (1983-88)

 

 

 

 

 

H. Miscellaneous Correspondence (1972-94, 1996-99)

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Correspondence (1972)

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Correspondence (1973)

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Correspondence (1974)

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Correspondence (1976)

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Correspondence (1977)

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Correspondence (1978)

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Correspondence (1979)

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Correspondence (1980)

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Correspondence (1981)

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Correspondence (1982)

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Correspondence (1983)

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29

Correspondence (1984)

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Correspondence (1985, includes “Employee Manual for Clerk’s Office Personnel”)

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Correspondence (1986)

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Correspondence (1987)

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Correspondence (1988)

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Correspondence (1989)

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Correspondence (1991)

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Correspondence (1992)

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Correspondence (1993)

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Correspondence (1994)

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Correspondence (1996)

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Correspondence (1997)

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Correspondence (1999)

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Correspondence (n.d.)

 

 

 

 

 

I. Miscellaneous Letters from Inmates and Others [on their behalf] (1988-2003)

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Miscellaneous Letters from Inmates and Others [on their behalf] I (January 16, 1988-May 20, 1998)

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Miscellaneous Letters from Inmates and Others [on their behalf] II (May 25, 1999-May 7, 2003)

 

 

 

 

 

J. Political Campaigns (1972-77, 1980-81)

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“JWP Campaign 1974” (includes “Map of Wood County, Ohio,” correspondence [October 19] 1972—December 11, 1974, Certificate of Nomination 1974)

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2

“Campaign” (Petitions: Judge of the Court of Appeals Sixth District February 9, 1975 (May 7, 1974 Primary) and Notes)

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3

Supreme Court Campaign—1976” (Correspondence April 25, 1975- January 6, 1977)

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4

“JWP Campaign 1980” I (Correspondence, April 17-August 15, 1980 and Notes)

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5

“JWP Campaign 1980” II (Petitions: Judge of the Court of Appeals Sixth District February 9, 1981 (June 3, 1980 Primary), Statement of No Receipts and No Expenses, Certificates of Nomination and of Election)

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6

“Letters for Political meetings 1980” (Correspondence, April 14-November 28, 1980)

 

 

 

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K. Promenade Park Arts Committee (1979-80)

 

 

 

24

8

L. Sixth Circuit Council Meetings (Correspondence, 1990-92)

 

 

 

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M. Toledo Bar Association (Correspondence, 1981-86) includes “Toledo Bar Association—Pro Bono Members” (1981)

 

 

 

 

 

N. Toledo Spain Committee (1971-79, 1981-82)

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“John W. Potter Spanish Committee Personal” (1971-79)

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11

“Toledo Spain Committee” (“Transportation Spanish Committee”) [1981-82]

 

 

 

 

 

O. Toledo Zoo (1979-82)

24

12

Toledo Zoo—Board of Directors Minutes and Reports (1979-82)

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13

Toledo Zoo—Financial Statements (1979-81)

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Toledo Zoo—Miscellaneous Items (1979-82)

 

 

 

 

 

S5. PHOTOGRAPHS AND AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS

 

 

 

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A. Audiotape--Copy of John W. Potter’s “Swearing In” Ceremonies with note from Adam Gallan (WSPD Radio—2/6/69)

 

 

 

 

 

B. Prints

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Ohio—Bryan (unidentified judge in eyeglasses, Judge John W. Potter in eyeglasses, unidentified judge, on bench) 1 photo (sepia, 3 x 4”) with note from Tony Gretick identifying “this memento of your trip to Bryan… appeared in our local newspaper,” May 8, 1980, with comments initialed “J.J.C. Jr.” dated 5/9/80 and “CFB” dated 5/12/80

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Ohio—Toledo (unidentified Ohio National Guardsman, Toledo Mayor John Potter and Assistant Police Chief Robert Duck and others in chow line at National Guard Armory, July 29, 1967) “UPI telephoto” (sepia, 4 x 6”) with note from Gordon Ward, local newscaster (n.d.)

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“Large ct. R 10-23-64” (empty courtroom from bench, October 23, 1964) 1 photo (b/w, 2x 3”)

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Unidentified man, Toledo Mayors John W. Potter and Harry Kessler, unidientified woman (n.d.) 1 photo (b/w, 5 x 7”)

 

 

 

 

 

S6. PERSONAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL FILES

 

 

 

 

 

A. Award and Certificates of Appreciation

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