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The University of Toledo Archives
Manuscript Collection

 

Finding Aid

Lorin Lee Cary Papers, 1960- 2010

UM-53

Size: 17 linear feet


Provenance: Lorin Lee Cary, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2010

Access: Open

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Processing Note:

Condition: Good

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: Maureen S. O’Brien, Susan Blumensaadt, Leara Dabney, Savannah Xaver; November 6, 1991/March 9, 1993/ August 20, 1997/ February 2, 2016

Historical/Biographical Sketch

Dr. Lorin Lee Cary received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Antioch College in 1962 and a master of the arts and doctor of philosophy degree in history from the University of Wisconsin in 1965 and 1968, respectively. He joined the University of Toledo History Department faculty in 1968

Dr. Cary has received numerous awards for his research and publishing during his career at UT. In 1973, he received the Harry E. Pratt Memorial Award of the Illinois Historical Society for the article, “The Reorganized United Mine Workers of America: 1930-31”, which appeared in the Society’s journal. He was given a faculty research grant in 1976 to reconstruct the story of one black family, the Bostons of Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, between the years of 1700-1865. He received the Lilly Foundation grant in 1977 and did research into the letters of Powers Hapgood, a Harvard graduate who became a labor organizer during the 1920s. In April 1977, he compiled “A Guide to Research in the History of Toledo”, a bibliography for the study of local history.

Dr. Cary was a Fulbright-Hays Senior Scholar at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia in 1980.

In 1984, Dr. Cary and a colleague received the Ohio Academy of History, book award and in 1985 the Council of Ohio Genealogists’ Henry Howe Prise for No Strength without Union: An Illustrated History of Ohio Workers, 1803-1980. The book was published in 1983 by the Ohio Historical Society as part of its Ohio Labor History Project.

Dr. Cary retired in January 1990 and was awarded the rank of Professor Emeritus of History. After the University of Toledo, Dr. Cary remained active in his research and went on to write The Custer Conspiracy. Dr. Cary also spends his time furthering his interest in photography. He was always interested in photographs, and kept his camera around during his years of teaching. His website “Artography by Lorin Lee Cary” showcases his recent work.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains materials documenting the career and research interests of Dr. Lorin Lee Cary. Included are materials on labor research, local and family history, the administration of the UT history department, and the personal and academic life of Dr. Cary. The collection included papers, notebooks, photographs, and notecards. Also included are drafts of the book Slavery in North Caroline, 1748-1775, that he co-authored with M. Michael Kay in 1995. Much of the material relating to local history and genealogy consists of papers written by students for Dr. Cary’s classes on these subjects.

The collection is arranged alphabetically and chronologically depending on the series and subjects.

 
Series List

S1

Correspondence
Series includes correspondence to and from Dr. Cary. Correspondence is arranged chronologically. Also included are mailings from organizations that Cary was affiliated with or interested in, also arranged chronologically.

S2

Fran Cary
Included are materials collected by and/or written by Fran Cary. Materials such as correspondence, Collegian articles, and copies from Fran Cary’s case are included in this series.

S3

Personal Interests
Includes the personal research and activities of Dr. Cary. Of note is his collection of professional photographs.

S4

Pre- UT
Series covers the publications by Dr. Cary that he wrote before joining the UT faculty in 1968. Also included are class notes that were collected by Cary.

S5

Professional Activities

 

A. Departmental: Includes materials that relate to the work Dr. Cary was affiliated with within the History Department at UT as well as throughout the university.
B. Grant Proposals: Includes information on the various grants that Dr. Cary requested and received.
C. Presentations, Forums, and Conferences: Subseries includes information and minutes from different conferences either led by or attended by Dr. Cary.

S6

Publications

 

A. No Strength without Union: An Illustrated History of Ohio Workers 1803-1980 Roy Boryczka and Lorin Lee Cary: Includes information on the book written by Boryczka and Cary. Materials range from drafts to notes to research materials.
B. Other Publications: Includes published materials that did not fall under the category of either book. Mostly included are reviews on Cary’s work.
C. Slavery in North Carolina, 1748-1775, Lorin Lee Cary and M. Michael L. Kay: Included are materials directly relating to the publication of this book; materials include research sources, articles, notes, notecards, and various reviews of the book.

S7

Students

 

A. Evaluations and Recommendations: Subseries includes information various students, mostly letters of recommendation, papers, and other pieces of information pertinent to UT.
B. Family History Papers: Includes students’ works on a project by Cary titled “Tracing your Family History”.
C. Labor History Papers: Includes students’ work on various topics pertaining to the history of labor in the US.
D. Local History Papers: Similar to the Labor History Papers, this subseries includes student works on local history of labor, mainly in Toledo, OH.
E. Other Papers: Contains papers whose content did not fit with the other subseries.
F. Theses and Dissertations: Includes students’ works for their degrees in History.

Folder List

Box

Folder

Item Description

 

 

S1. Correspondence

1

1

Colloquia

1

2

Correspondence 1967-1971

1

3

Correspondence 1972-1973

1

4

Correspondence 1973-1975

1

5

Correspondence 1975-1976

1

6

Correspondence 1976-1977

1

7

Correspondence 1977-1978

1

8

Correspondence 1979-1980

1

9

Correspondence 1980

1

10

Correspondence 1981

1

11

Correspondence 1982

1

12

Correspondence 1983

1

13

Correspondence1983-1984

1

14

Correspondence 1985-1988

1

15

Correspondence 1988-1989

1

16

Correspondence 1990-1992

1

17

Correspondence 1993-1994

1

18

Correspondence 1995-1999

1

19

Correspondence Miscellaneous and Electronic

1

20

Organizations 1964-1969

1

21

Organizations 1972-1973

1

22

Organizations 1974

1

23

Organizations 1975

1

24

Organizations 1976 (1 of 3)

2

1

Organizations 1976 (2 of 3)

2

2

Organizations 1976 (3 of 3)

2

3

Organizations 1977 (1 of 2)

2

4

Organizations 1977 (2 of 2)

2

5

Organizations 1978

2

6

Political Materials (Correspondence)

 

 

S2. Fran Cary

2

7

Collegian Article

2

8

Correspondence 1972-1979

2

9

Correspondence 1976

2

10

Doc. Copies from Case

2

11

Fran File Dee Wermer &Sarah Glassman Burke

 

 

S3. Personal Interests

2

12

Ebonics

2

13

FLE (Order of Friendship, Love, and Equality)

2

14

Job Report on Photography, 11/3/61

2

15

Pro-Photos (1 of 5)

2

16

Pro-Photos (2 of 5)

2

17

Pro-Photos (3 of 5)

2

18

Pro-Photos (4 of 5)

2

19

Pro-Photos (5 of 5)

3

1

Re:View (Friends of Photography Magazine)

3

2

Toledo Friends of Photography

 

 

S4. Pre- UT

3

3

Papers 1960

3

4

Papers 1961

3

5

Papers 1962

3

6

Papers 1963

3

7

Papers 1964 (Thesis)

3

8

Papers 1964 (Thesis Copies)

3

9

Papers 1964

3

10

Papers 1965

3

11

Papers 1966

3

12

Class Notes- American Economic Life (U of Wisconsin)

3

13

Class Notes- Capitalism and Socialism (U of Wisconsin)

3

14

Class Notes- History of the American West (U of Wisconsin)

3

15

Class Notes- Intellectual History (U of Wisconsin)

3

19

Class Notes- Jacksonian Period (U of Wisconsin)

3

17

Class Notes- Miscellaneous Classes (Antioch and U of Wisconsin)

3

18

Class Notes- North and South (U of Wisconsin)

3

19

Class Notes- Recent American History: 1900-1929 (U of Wisconsin)

3

20

Class Notes- Recent American History: 1929-1964 (U of Wisconsin)

3

21

Class Notes- U.S. Foreign Policy: 1893-1960 (U of Wisconsin)

3

22

Class Notes- Utopianism (Antioch ind. Study)

3

23

Xerox File- Wisconsin

 

 

S5. Professional Activities

 

 

SSA. Departmental Activities

4

1

Annual Report 1987-1988

4

2

Annual Report 1988-1989

4

3

Annual Report 1989-1990

4

4

Annual Report 1990

4

5

Department 1984-1985

4

6

Department 1985-1986

4

7

Department 1986-1987

4

8

Department 1987-1988

4

9

Department 1988-1990

4

10

Department Colloquia 1988-1990

4

11

Department Curriculum Committee

4

12

Department- Executive Committee 1984-1985

4

13

Department- Executive Committee 1985-1986

4

14

Department- Executive Committee 1987-1988

4

15

Department- PHC (Public History Committee)

4

16

Department- Ph.D. Requirements

4

17

Department- Search Committee 1986

4

18

Evaluations

4

19

Exceptional Merit

4

20

Faculty Committee for Peace and Justice

4

21

Honors Seminar

4

22

Leave of Absence- Research 1983

4

23

Leave of Absence- Sabbatical 1977

4

24

Miscellaneous Notes

4

25

Promotion 1977

4

26

Promotion- Appointment

4

27

Recommendation for Sally Miller

4

28

Sabbatical Proposal

4

29

Scholarly Activity

4

30

Services

4

31

Teaching Evaluations

4

32

Teaching Schedules 1985-1986

4

33

UT Annual Report 1980-1981 Materials

4

34

UT Annual Reports 1982-1983

4

35

UT Annual Reports 1983-1984

4

36

UT Annual Reports 1984-1985

4

37

UT Annual Reports 1984-1985 Materials

4

38

UT Annual Reports 1985-1986 Materials

4

39

UT Annual Reports 1986-1987 Materials

4

40

UT Annual Reports 1986-1987

4

41

UT Annual Reports 9/16/90- 9/15/91

4

42

UT Annual Reports 9/16/91- 9/15/92

4

43

UT Annual Reports 1992-1993

4

44

UT Annual Reports Misc.

4

45

UT Contracts

4

46

Vita Material

4

47

Writing Center

 

 

SSB. Grant Proposals

5

1

Grant- ACLS 1976

5

2

Grant- ACLS 1977

5

3

Grant- ACLS 1979-1980

5

4

Grant- APS 1973-1974

5

5

Grant- APS 1976

5

6

Grant- APS 1977

5

7

Grant- Business- Labor Info

5

8

Grant- Fulbright (Australia)

5

9

Grant- Fulbright (New South Wales)

5

10

Grant- FRAF 1975

5

11

Grant- FRAF 1976-1977

5

12

Grant- NEH Application, Final Copy

5

13

Grant- NEH Correspondence

5

14

Grant- NEH Form and Project Description (Draft)

5

15

Grant- NEH 1977

5

16

Grant- NEH 1979-1980

5

17

Grant- Proposal, Summer 1976

5

18

Grant- Research Proposals 1969-1971

5

19

Grant- Research Proposals 1972-1973

5

20

Grant- Rockefeller Humanities 1978-1979

5

21

Grant- Small 1977 (IWW in Toledo)

5

22

Grant- Small 1981 (Ohio’s Working Class)

5

23

Grant- SSRC 1973

5

24

Indiana University

 

 

SSC. Presentations, Forums, and Conferences

5

25

Australia

5

26

Australia 1988

5

27

NW Ohio Forum for Business History

5

28

Ohio Board of Regents (OBOR)

5

29

OBOR 1984-1988

5

30

Southern Labor History Conference 1978

5

31

Southern Labor History Conference 1978- Paper

5

32

Southern Labor History Conference 1978- Paper

5

33

Southern Labor History Association (SLSA)- Names/ Send Vita

5

34

Women’s Studies Committee

 

 

S6. Publications

 

 

SSA. No Strength without Union: An Illustrated History of Ohio Workers, 1803-1980

5

35

Guide to Research of Toledo, and American History Association

5

36

BGSU Collections

5

37

BGSU Labor Union Inventories

6

1

Labor History- Reference cards

6

2

Labor History- Research (1 of 2)

7

1

Labor History- Research (2 of 2)

7

2

Labor History- Research: Ohio Labor & Super Patriots II

8

1

Labor History- Students A-R

8

2

Labor History- Students R-Z

5

38

No Strength without Union- conclusion

5

39

No Strength without Union- I Criticized

5

40

No Strength without Union- III Draft with Notes

5

41

No Strength without Union- III Graphics

5

42

No Strength without Union- III Organization

5

43

No Strength without Union- III Sidebars

5

44

No Strength without Union- IV 1920-1945

5

45

No Strength without Union- Jacket Blurb

5

46

No Strength without Union- Research Materials

5

47

No Strength without Union- Tables

5

48

No Strength without Union- Toledo Contacts

5

49

No Strength without Union- V Sidebars

5

50

No Strength without Union- V Tables 1945-1980

5

51

Ohio Labor History Project

9

1

Ohio Labor Pictorial Project (No Strength without Union)

9

2

Patterson, John H.- Biographical Pamphlet

9

3

Review- Blade Article on Cary’s Research Guide

9

4

Socialist Labor Party- Fliers

9

5

1935 Toledo Blade- Partial Index

 

 

SSB. Other Publications

9

6

Book Reviews

9

7

Kay and Cary

9

8

Kay and Cary, “He who Buys Me, Must Buy My Son, Too”

9

9

Kay and Price

9

10

Review- Carr, Promise of American Life

9

11

Review- Failure Socialism in Coal Fields 1890-1915

 

 

SSC. Slavery in North Carolina 1748-1775, Lorin Lee Cary and Michael L. Kay

9

12

CCM Sum Sheets- Anson

9

13

CCM Sum Sheets- Beaufort

9

14

CCM Sum Sheets- Bertie

9

15

CCM Sum Sheets- Carteret

9

16

CCM Sum Sheets- Chowan

9

17

CCM Sum Sheets- Craven

9

18

CCM Sum Sheets- Edgecombe

9

19

CCM Sum Sheets- New Hanover

9

20

CCM Sum Sheets- Orange

9

21

CCM Sum Sheets- Pasquotank

9

22

CCM Sum Sheets- Rowan

9

23

CCM Sum Sheets- Tryon

9

24

Daily Life- Misc.

9

25

Duke- Dunham

9

26

Free Blacks- Writing

9

27

Meier, A. University of Illinois Press

9

28

Perpetual Calendar

9

29

Responses to Our Work

9

30

Slave Book- anthropological Stuff

9

31

Slave Book- Afterword, Final Copy

9

32

Slave Book- Afterword

9

33

Slave Book- All Slaves, Tables, Etc.

9

34

Slave Book- Bastards

9

35

Slave Book- Captures

9

36

Slave Book- chap. Econ. 6-86

9

37

Slave Book- chap. Econ. 9-87

9

38

Slave Book- Chapter on Laws

9

39

Slave Book- Chapter 1 materials

9

40

Slave Book- Chapter 1 Article Revision

9

41

Slave Book- Chapter 1 Final Copy

9

42

Slave Book- Chapter 1 Notes

9

43

Slave Book- Chapter 1 table 9, 9/1982

9

44

Slave Book- Chapter 1 tables 7-81

9

45

Slave Book- Chapter 1 11/1987

9

46

Slave Book- Chapter 1 11/ 1982

9

47

Slave Book- Chapter 2 Final Copy

9

48

Slave Book- Chapter 2 Table Notes

9

49

Slave Book- Chapter 2 tables

9

50

Slave Book- Chapter 2

9

51

Slave Book- Chapter 2 11/1982 Final (1 of 2)

9

52

Slave Book- Chapter 2 12/1982 Final (2 of 2)

9

53

Slave Book- Chapter 3- Cary’s Copy

9

54

Slave Book- Chapter 3

10

1

Slave Book- Chapters 3 and 4 Materials 9/1989

10

2

Slave Book- Chapter 3 Final Copy

10

3

Slave Book- Chapter 3, 12/1982

10

4

Slave Book- Chapter 3, 1977-1979

10

5

Slave Book- Chapter 4

10

6

Slave Book- Chapter 4 and Appendix

10

7

Slave Book- Chapter 4 Final Copy

10

8

Slave Book- Chapter 4, 12/1982

10

9

Slave Book- Chapter 5

10

10

Slave Book- Chapter 5 Copies

10

11

Slave Book- Chapter 5 Draft and Revisions

10

12

Slave Book- Chapter 5 Final Copy (2 of 2)

10

13

Slave Book- Chapter 5 Final Copy (1 of 2)

10

14

Slave Book- Chapter 5, 8/1983

10

15

Slave Book- Chapter 6 Final Copy

10

19

Slave Book- Chapter 6, 6/1983

10

17

Slave Book- Chapter 7

10

18

Slave Book- Chapter 7 DL

10

19

Slave Book- Chapter 7, 6/1983

10

20

Slave Book- Chapter 8, 12/1982

10

21

Slave Book- code book- runaways

10

22

Slave Book- code book- tax assessments

10

23

Slave Book- Comparative Slave Law

10

24

Slave Book- Comparative Stats of Populations in North

10

25

Slave Book- Conclusion

10

26

Slave Book- Conclusion 3/1983

10

27

Slave Book- County Codes, Punch Cards

10

28

Slave Book- County Information

10

29

Slave Book- Crime Chapter, Arson

10

30

Slave Book- Crime Chapter, Attack by Whites

10

31

Slave Book- Crime Chapter, Murder

10

32

Slave Book- Crime Chapter, Outlaws Killed

10

33

Slave Book- Crime Chapter, Rape

10

34

Slave Book- Crime Chapter, Theft

10

35

Slave Book- Crime Chapter, Unspecified

10

36

Slave Book- Crime/ Runaways Chapter

10

37

Slave Book- Daily Life, General

10

38

Slave Book- Daily Life, Labor

10

39

Slave Book- Daily Life, Mobility

10

40

Slave Book- Daily Life, Names

10

41

Slave Book- Daily Life, Religion

10

42

Slave Book- Daily Life, themes, etc.

10

43

Slave Book- Demographic Chapters

10

44

Slave Book- Evidence Charts

10

45

Slave Book- Evidence, NC Newspapers, 1751-1775

10

46

Slave Book- Exports/ Exports Charts

10

47

Slave Book- Footnotes to Text (“ The Planters Suffer”)

10

48

Slave Book- Forward, Title Page Final Copy

10

49

Slave Book- Free Blacks Comparison

10

50

Slave Book- Hiring Out

10

51

Slave Book- Intro 1/1983

10

52

Slave Book- Intro 10/1976

10

53

Slave Book- Intro 5/1983

10

54

Slave Book- Inventory Codes

11

1

Slave Book- Labor History and Manufacturing

11

2

Slave Book- Long Version 1972-1973

11

3

Slave Book- master-status listings

11

4

Slave Book- Miscellaneous Correspondence

11

5

Slave Book- Miscellaneous Notes

11

6

Slave Book- New Chapter 3, 1/1987

11

7

Slave Book- Non-skilled Workers

11

8

Slave Book- Notes to M. Kay

11

9

Slave Book- Per Diem Wage Index for Adults

11

10

Slave Book- Points to Develop

11

11

Slave Book- Preface

11

12

Slave Book- Previous Treatments of NC Slavery

11

13

Slave Book- Prospectus

11

14

Slave Book- Religion

11

15

Slave Book- Resistance I 2/1977

11

16

Slave Book- Resistance II 12/1977

11

17

Slave Book- Resistance II 3/1977

11

18

Slave Book- Resistance II, Runaways

11

19

Slave Book- Revised/ Condensed Runaways

11

20

Slave Book- Revision

11

21

Slave Book- Rewards

11

22

Slave Book- Runaway Chapter

11

23

Slave Book- Runaway Chapter 9/1988

11

24

Slave Book-Runaway Servants and Data

11

25

Slave Book- Runaways by month

11

26

Slave Book- Runaways Ages (1 of 2)

11

27

Slave Book- Runaways Ages (2 of 2)

11

28

Slave Book- Runaways Comparative Chart

11

29

Slave Book- Runaways, Data Sheets

11

30

Slave Book- Runaways, Masters by acculturation

11

31

Slave Book- Runaways, Masters who placed ads

11

32

Slave Book- Runaways, Miscellaneous notes

11

33

Slave Book- Runaways, Non-skilled

11

34

Slave Book- Runaways, Outline

11

35

Slave Book- Runaways, Overall chart

11

36

Slave Book- Runaways, Socio-economic backgrounds

11

37

Slave Book- Runaways, Sources

11

38

Slave Book- Runaways, Table 5

11

39

Slave Book- Runaways, W. Virginia Ties

11

40

Slave Book- Runaways 1748-1772

11

41

Slave Book- Runaways 1773-1775

11

42

Slave Book- Runaways, 6/1978 charts

11

43

Slave Book- Runaways, 9/1977 draft

11

44

Slave Book- Skilled Laborers

11

45

Slave Book- Slave Crime Chapter

11

46

Slave Book- Slave Distribution

11

47

Slave Book- Slave Holding to Office Holding

11

48

Slave Book- Slave Price Index FNL

11

49

Slave Book- Slave/Master History

11

50

Slave Book- Table, Commodities Compared

11

51

Slave Book- Tables 1982

11

52

Slave Book- Tax Demographics 3/1974

11

53

Slave Book- The Elites

11

54

Slave Book- Title Page and Forward

11

55

Slave Book-Travel Accounts

11

56

Slave Book- Worksheets

11

57

Slave Book- Africanisms

11

58

Slave Book- Chatam Furnace Papers

11

59

Slave Book- EC Chapter

11

60

Slave Book- Ideas

11

61

Slave Book- Meier

11

62

Slave Book- North Carolina Maps

11

63

Slave Book- South Carolina Maps

11

64

Slave Book- Virginia Runaways to North Carolina

11

65

Slave Books- Deeds, General

11

66

Slave Characteristics- breakdown chart

11

67

Slave Crime- Arson

11

68

Slave Crime- Murder

11

69

Slave Crime- Rape

11

70

Slave Life and Labor- Writing

11

71

Slave Trials- Cary’s Copies

11

72

Slavery and Abolition

12

1

Slavery In North Carolina, 1748-1775 Chapters 6-8

12

2

Slavery In North Carolina, 1748-1775 Chapters 1-3

12

3

Slavery In North Carolina, 1748-1775 Chapters 4-5

13

 

Slavery in North Carolina, Research Cards

12

4

Slavery, Charge to Jury

12

5

UNC- Chapel Hill

 

 

S7. Students

 

 

SSA. Evaluations and Recommendations

12

6

Appold, Pat

12

7

Ascensiano, Jose

12

8

Bachman, Larry

12

9

Chelminski, David

12

10

Dessner, Phyllis

12

11

Evaluations/ Progress Reports

12

12

Fitch, Steve

12

13

Fyke, Stuart

12

14

Gilmore, Al-Tony

12

15

Heaphey, Leslie

12

16

Ide, Mary

12

17

Igwe, Nwaosu

12

18

Ives, Richard

12

19

Jameson, John

12

20

Joys, Joanne

12

21

Kaiser, Sue

12

22

Karolak, Eric

12

23

Kryder, Lee Ann

12

24

Lawson, Bob

12

25

Livingston, Jeff

12

26

Malone, Tim

12

27

Mowat, Jean

12

28

Prelims- Past

12

29

Prelims- 1987

12

30

Saha, Santosh

12

31

Sherman, John

12

32

Smith, Bob

12

33

Student Recommendations

12

34

Tribe, Ivan

12

35

Vassiliou

12

36

Wendler, Marilyn

12

37

Werley, David

12

38

Willard, Tim

12

39

Winter 1975 Gilded Age, Tana Porter

12

40

Winters, Barbara

 

 

SSB. Family History Papers

12

41

Aaron

12

42

Adell- Lemmon

12

43

Ahern

12

44

Anderson (Ives)

12

45

Barron (Kanzer)

12

46

Becker (Johnson)

12

47

Berg

12

48

Bolander

12

49

Burgy

12

50

Burnham

12

51

Cady

12

52

Croley

12

53

Davis

12

54

Denagall

12

55

Dickerson

14

1

Dodenhoff

14

2

Duquette

14

3

Ery

14

4

Fiser

14

5

Garbe (Schramm)

14

6

Gildemeister

14

7

Gross

14

8

Handley (Stebbins)

14

9

Hazel (Spooner)

14

10

Hepburn

14

11

Horen

14

12

Huffer

14

13

Hupe

14

14

Jackson

14

15

Johnston

14

16

Kaple (Bogner & Klaiss)

14

17

Katafiaz (Hudzinski)

14

18

Kerscher

14

19

Koneval

14

20

Leadbetter

14

21

Lefevre

14

22

Logon (Williams)

14

23

Lovejoy

14

24

Mader

14

25

Manning

14

26

McCloskey

14

27

McNickle

14

28

Mechke

14

29

Miller, B.

14

30

Miller, F.

14

31

Morris

14

32

Music

14

33

Napoletano

14

34

Noftz & Meyer

14

35

Nowak

14

36

Osbourne

14

37

Powell

14

38

Przetak

14

39

Roberts

14

40

Robinson

14

41

Rutter

14

42

Shadle

14

43

Shardt II

14

44

Shinavar

14

45

Smith/ Hughes/ Cowan

14

46

Soto

14

47

Steinberg

14

48

Stumpf

14

49

Sulewski (Jacobs)

14

50

Swiercze

14

51

Tenzar

14

52

Titkemeier

14

53

Tomsic

15

1

Vance

15

2

Wegner

15

3

Williams

15

4

Zaper

15

5

Zub

15

6

Tracing Your Family History Syllabus

 

 

SSC. Labor History Papers

15

7

Labor History Exams

15

8

Brown “Chev. Strike 1935 & Ind. Peace Board”

15

9

Clapp “Bituminous Coal Strike of 1943” (1 of 2)

15

10

Clapp “Bituminous Coal Strike of 1943” (2 of 2)

15

11

Correspondence about FBI IWW Files

15

12

Davis “Editorial Comment about Coxey’s Army”

15

13

Dewey “Industrial Peace Board & Labor Management Committee”

15

14

Ditzel Interview

15

15

FBI IWW Files

15

16

Gail “The Readjustment of American Veterans of WWII”

15

17

Garlock “Knights of Labor Databank”

15

18

George “American Flint Glass Workers”

15

19

Husted “Auto-Lite Strike with Grievance Proceedings”

15

20

Heaphey “The Growth and Decline of Negro Leagues”

15

21

Jeep, Families

15

22

Klibaner “Origins of the UAW”

15

23

Lucas “Marblehead and it Quarries”

15

24

Sharp; Strike, Homestead 1892 & Steel, 1919

15

25

Smith “Commerical Anti-Union Groups 1865-1985”

15

26

Stemsher “Strike, Onion Workers, Hardin Co., OH”

15

27

Swemla, “Electric Auto Lite Strike of 1934” (1 of 2)

15

28

Swemla, “Electric Auto Lite Strike of 1934” (2 of 2)

15

29

Tribe “Hocking Valley Mining Towns, 1870-1900”

15

30

Union LCA/ MEBA

15

31

Union SWLSA

15

32

Union UFCW

15

33

Volkner “Child Labor”

16

1

Wackley “Comparison Auto-Lite & Chev. Strikes”

16

2

Willard “Labor and National War Labor Board 1942-1945” (1 of 2)

16

3

Willard “Labor and National War Labor Board 1942-1945” (2 of 2)

16

4

Willard “Grievances & the FGCSSWA, 1933-1958”

 

 

SSD. Local History Papers

16

5

Baker, J. “Samuel ‘Golden Rule’ Jones”

16

6

Baker, M. “The Documents of Samuel M. Jones”

16

7

Barclaw “Images of Toledo’s German Community 1850-1890

16

8

Basinger “The Port of Toledo”

16

9

Beauch “The Success Myth & Its Relevance to the lives of E. Drummond Libbey and Michael J. Owens”

16

10

Beery- Prospectus

16

11

Beckham “Samuel Milton Jones”

16

12

Bergener “Toledo’s Civil War: Mid 1930 Labor”

16

13

Blumensaadt “Lakeside: The Development of Ohio’s Chautauqua to 1900”

16

14

Burnard “ The Dock Strike of 1862”

16

15

Bolander “Toledo Labor 1880-1890’s- Misc.”

16

16

Booth “Report on AP Parts Strike”

16

17

Breier “The Toledo Gas Industry Strike of 1936-1937”

16

18

Brown “Toledo As a Port”

16

19

Buckley “1959 Bond Issue for Toledo Schools”

16

20

Carr “Golden Rule”

16

21

Case “Edward Drummond Libbey”

16

22

Chaplin “Ohio Canals”

16

23

Chelminski “Ethnic Groups Through 1945”

16

24

Chelminski “Solon T. Klotz”

16

25

Cipolla “Labor Disputes in Toledo”

16

26

Clapp “Rail Strike in Toledo, OH”

16

27

Collins “1877 Railroad Strike in Toledo, OH”

16

28

Coughlan “The Beginnings of the UAW with emphasis in Toledo”

16

29

Cullum “Robert A. Stranahan”

16

30

D’Adamo “The 1919 Mayorally Campaign in Toeldo”

16

31

Damraur “Solon T. Klotz”

16

32

Davis “Toledo’s Natural Gas Years”

16

33

Dessner “Reverend Cole vs. Father Coughlin”

16

34

Dewey “Electric Auto Lite Strike of 1934”

16

35

Dickes “Toledo Business Promotion 1870-1900”

16

36

Dodane “A Look at Some Toledoans During the Civil War”

16

37

Dorf “Cornell Schreiber”

16

38

Dupont “Lawrence Steinberg”

16

39

Edward “Women’s Suffrage Movement in Toledo”

16

40

Falcone “Broadcasting Unions”

16

41

Fitzpatrick “Edward Oliver Lamb”

16

42

Flemmings “Negro Housing Pattern in Lucas County 1960-1970”

16

43

Folger “Trilby: An Early History 1835-1919”

16

44

Franks “First Fraternity at UT”

16

45

Gaertner “Battle of Toledo”

16

46

Gettins “Gardner Buildings”

16

47

Givens “Negros in Toledo 1850-1870”

16

48

Gladieux “Organized Labor/ Toledo/ Late 1800s”

16

49

Glockner “Assimilation… Poles of Toledo”

16

50

Green “Evolution of Public Parks 1867-1875”

16

51

Greer “Toledo During the Depression”

16

52

Gregory, B. “Economic Condition in Toledo from 1920”

16

53

Gregory, W. “Negro Payment in Toledo”

16

54

Grossman “Trans Continental Railways”

16

55

Heath “An Ohio Editor Looks at the 1920s”

16

56

Heintschel “Railroad strike of 1893”

16

57

Helmeci “Brimingham”

16

58

Hillenbrand “Willys- Overland Strike”

16

59

Hine “Development of Downtown Toledo”

16

60

Hoffman “Toledo’s Independent Party”

16

61

Hojniaki “Electric Auto Lite Strike of 1934”

16

62

Hojniaki “Willys-Overland Strike”

16

63

Hollingsworth “Early Development of Art Museum”

16

64

Honemann “History of Toledo During the Civil War”

16

65

Hopple “The Mexican-American People”

16

66

Ishler “Toledo Police of the 1930s”

16

67

Jankowski “Samuel ‘Golden Rule’ Jones”

16

68

Johnson “Plaskon Workers Strike”

16

69

Kistner “Brand Witlock: Practical Idealist”

16

70

Kohn “Momineetown”

16

71

Kramer “Labor Philosophy of Golden Rule Jones”

16

72

Kurek “Toledo Glass Center of the World”

16

73

Lehman “Behavior Patterns in Strikes from 1965”

16

74

Levin “History of Progressivism in Toledo”

16

75

Lewandowski “Auto-Lite Strike”

16

76

Ley “Labor Problems in Toledo 1860-1900”

16

77

Linker “St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church”

16

78

Little “Negro’s Status in Toledo 1870-1900”

16

79

Lunceford “Acquisition… Parkland in Toledo”

16

80

Luther “Labor… Census 1860”

16

81

Mathews “Golden Rule Jones: Redeemer of Workman”

16

82

MacDonald “Council/ Manager Government”

16

83

McDonald “Industrial Beginnings of Toledo”

16

84

McCloskey “Tides of Change”

16

85

McIntosh “Local Labor… in Late 1800s”

17

1

McIntosh “Samuel Jones Letters”

17

2

McIntosh “Samuel Jones Misc.”

17

3

McGurk “Toledo Fire Fighters”

17

4

Metropulos “Life and Work of Edward D. Libbey

17

5

Meyer “The Toledo Central Labor Union”

17

6

Meyers “Labor Documents”

17

7

Miller “Sex Discrimination” (Libbey- Owens- Ford)

17

8

Mirabello “The Mind of Samuel Milton Jones”

17

9

Mosier “Brand Whitlock”

17

10

Mosier “Working Workmen”

17

11

Moyer “Toledo, Lake Port in Conflict with Future”

17

12

Mullenhour “Toledo Federation of Teachers and Education Association”

17

13

Musgrave “On the Boundaries of Toledo”

17

14

O’Brien “Thomas L. Ashley”

17

15

O’Leary “Toledo Railroad Strike of 1877”

17

16

Parker “Edward Dummond Libbey”

17

17

Pasqualone “History of Oregon”

17

18

Petree “Early Labor Condition in Toledo”

17

19

Pfeiffer “Willys Overland Strike of 1919”

17

20

Point “History of WPA in Toledo”

17

21

Poston (Untitled) Misc. Ethnic Groups

17

22

Quintero “Blacks and Toledo Education 1937-1871”

17

23

Rawson “The Toledo Labor Exchange”

17

24

Reinhart “Die Deutcshe und Toledo”

17

25

Reuling “Samuel M. Jones… City- Family Ideal”

17

26

Rich “Panic in Toledo: 1873”

17

27

Rychlewski “Minutes of Toledo Typographical”

17

28

Sibbersen “Early Schools In Lake Township”

17

29

Skulina “The Vietnam Moratorium”

17

30

Slawson “the Depression with Emphasis on Toledo”

17

31

Smith, J. “The Great Auto-Strike of 1934”

17

32

Sobczak “Inadequacies of Localism”

17

33

Sobczak “Radicals & Jobless, Lucan County in 1930s”

17

34

Source material: Owens-Illinois Centennial

17

35

Stegman “Samuel Jones: The Election of 1899”

17

36

Strick “Bootlegging in Toledo”

17

37

Stull “Mobility… 1800s Toledo Labor Leaders”

17

38

Terry “Thomas A. DeVilbiss”

17

39

Vanderhorst “Labor Policies of Samuel Jones”

17

40

Vann “Labor and The Glass Industry”

17

41

Vassiliou “Greeks of Toledo”

17

42

Virtue “Toledo Labor Exchange 1890s”

17

43

Wagner “Vistula: with Emphasis on Huron St.”

17

44

Walsh “Women in Toledo Labor Market 1860-1900

17

45

Wegner “Toledo and the War of Rebellion”

17

46

Willard “Worker Radicalism… Auto-Lite Strike”

 

 

SSE. Other Papers

17

47

Carpenter, Deborah K. “Patriotic Passions and Brutalities”

17

48

Ciesielscyk, Prejudice- Disabilities

17

49

Irvin “Increasing Access to Higher Education”

17

50

Platt, D. “Chinese Immigrants

17

51

Poison- Indians

17

52

Prudhoe, J. “J. Edgar Hoover”

17

53

Rajner “Short History of Pipe fitters”

17

54

Vandercook “ A look at Industry in Toledo”

 

 

SSF. Theses/Dissertations

17

55

Chelminski, David Gwindon- Dissertation

17

56

Dorn, M.A. Proposal

17

57

Dorn “A New Deal for the Glass City”

17

58

Grefe, Hugh. M.A.

 

 

Last Updated: 6/9/16