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University Manuscripts

CORNELIUS ACKERMAN COLLECTION, 1961-1972. [PDF]
The collection of professor of Civil Engineering, Cornelius Ackerman, consists of photographic slides of UT buildings and grounds, primarily during the 1960s.  UM-6, .5 linear foot.

JOHN AHERN COLLECTION, 1979-1991. [PDF]
The collection of early education teacher, John Ahern, is a compilation of personal writings of students from the Department of Education, as a result of an assignment to give personal impressions of university life and the major social/political issues of the day with the idea in mind of creating a time capsule to be opened twenty years later.  UM-1, .5 linear foot.

ALPHA TAU SIGMA MOTHER'S CLUB RECORDS, 1940-1964. [PDF]
The collection of the social women's organization, Alpha Tau Sigma Mother's Club, includes minute books of the meetings held on the first Monday of every month.  UM-112, .25 linear foot.

HAROLD ANDERSON PAPERS, 1934-1943. [PDF]
The personal papers of basketball coach Harold Anderson consist of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, programs, telegrams, and other memorabilia of the University of Toledo basketball team from 1934 to 1943.  UM-9, 3 linear feet.

PANOS D. BARDIS PAPERS, 1958-1993. [PDF]
The personal papers of sociology and anthropology professor Dr. Panos Bardis consist of published articles, essays, and poems, as well as his sociological scales used to measure attitudes towards religion, family, and love.  UM-38, 1.5 linear feet.

ROBERT BASS PAPERS, 1970s-1990s. [PDF]
The papers of physics professor Robert Bass include research notes, publication information, promotions and advertisements for his book Some Features of Organization in Nature, and some personal documents.  UM-84, 2 linear feet.

BOARD OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS COLLECTION, 1973-1974. [PDF]
The collection consists of photocopies of a report done my the Toledo Board of Community Relations on problems between UT fraternities and residents on West Bancroft Street.  Additionally, there are newspaper clippings regarding the issues, complaints made by residents, and investigative materials.  UM-26, .25 linear foot.

DON BOLLENBACHER COLLECTION, ca. 1957. [PDF]
The collection of former chemical engineering student, Don Bollenbacher, contains notes and notebooks created during the completion of his degree.  UM-114, .5 linear foot.

JAMES HARRINGTON BOYD PAPERS, 1911-1912. [PDF]
The papers of the creator and publisher of the Ohio Worker's Compensation Law contain information on the General Assemblies of the Employer's Liability Commission in Ohio for the years 1911 and 1912, including correspondence and notes and drafts of bills presented by Boyd at the assembly.  UM-34, .25 linear foot.

RICHARD BOYER PAPERS, 1960-1994. [PDF]
The personal papers of history professor emeritus Richard Boyer include minutes, correspondence, publications, and and general files from the Ohio Board of Regents and its Faculty Advisory Committee.  UM-79, 4 linear feet.

E. DOUGLAS BRANCH PAPERS, 1929-1947. [PDF]
The personal papers of English professor E. Douglas Branch contain research notes, primarily on French and Indian war generals Ourry, Forbes, and Bouquet, as well as that on his book on the Antebellum period in American history, The Sentimental Years. UM-19, 1 linear foot.

CAROL BRESNAHAN PAPERS, 1986-2008. [PDF]
The personal papers of history faculty member Carol Bresnahan include information on her faculty awards in research, fellowships, work in the History Department's Graduate Program, Provost Search Committee in 2001, and photographs.  UM-117, .5 linear foot.

ROBERT BURNS PAPERS, 1950s-1990s. [PDF]
The papers of professor emeritus of psychology, Robert Burns, contain information on numerous activities and organization with with Burns was involved, including the Conference on Aging to the Alumni Association.  UM-106, 1.25 linear feet.

MARK CAMP COLLECTION, 1947-1972. [PDF]
The records of geology professor Mark Camp's collection consist of newspaper articles of the Amateur World Wrestling Championship held in Toledo in 1962, as well as football and basketball editions of the Rocket Roundup. UM-97, .25 linear foot.

WILLIAM S. CARLSON PAPERS, 1924-1976. [PDF]
The personal papers of William S. Carlson supplement the official records of the Office of the President during his tenure.  The collection includes speeches, correspondence, photographs, and manuscripts and publications on municipal universities and Arctic geology. UM-14, 9.5 linear feet.

LORIN LEE CARY PAPERS, 1960-2010. [PDF]
The papers of history professor and amateur photographer Lorin Lee Cary include his and his students' works on national and local labor history and family history, his research and drafts of two books he co-authored, No Strength Without Union: An Illustrated History of Ohio Workers, 1803-1980 and Slavery in North Carolina, 1748-1775, correspondence, and other materials.  UM-53, 17 linear feet.   

 CHI DELTA PI SORORITY COLLECTION, 2001-2012. [PDF]
The collection of the social sorority created to promote unique, productive and independent women contains materials related to its administration as well as its achievements and awards.  UM-121, .75 linear foot.

CHI OMEGA XI DELTA COLLECTION, 1957-1960. [PDF]
The collection of the XI Delta Alumnae chapter of the UT Chi Omega fraternity includes two scrapbooks and correspondence primarily regarding the planning of a recognition dinner for the organization's member and president, Almeda Mae Janney, who also taught history at UT. UM-43, .5 linear foot.

CALVIN CHRISTENSEN COLLECTION, 1945-1967. [PDF]
The collection of former UT basketball star Calvin Christensen consists of newspaper clippings documenting his basketball career from Macomber High School to the University of Toledo and later as a player for three NBA teams in the 1950s.  UM-60, .25 linear foot.

CHARLES CHUCKOVITS PAPERS, 1939-1996. [PDF]
The personal papers of former UT student, professional basketball player, and National Basketball Hall of Fame inductee, Charles Chuckovits, consist of a scrapbook documenting his professional basketball career.  UM-91, .25 linear foot.

JEFF COLE PAPERS, 1986-1991. [PDF]
The personal papers of former Student Government President, Jeff Cole, describe his activities during his tenure, including the planning and construction of the new Student Recreation Center, improvements to the Glass Bowl, and the Student Government Constitution.  UM-94, 1 linear foot.

BESS V. CUNNINGHAM PAPERS, 1945. [PDF]
The  papers of education professor Bess Cunningham contains the manuscript copy of her book, Psychology for Nurses.  UM-54, .5 linear foot.  

CHARLES DEBENEDETTI PAPERS, 1968-1980s. [PDF]
The personal papers of history professor Charles DeBenedetti, whose focus on foreign relations and the anti-war movement of the 1960s and 1970s brought him national attention, document his research interests, his work as a UT faculty member, and materials from Charles Chatfield, a professor of history at Wittenberg University, who completed DeBenedetti's last book, An American Ordeal: The Antiwar Movement of the Vietnam Era after the latter's death in 1987.  UM-87, 18 linear feet.

DELTA KAPPA GAMMA RECORDS, 1951-1971. [PDF]
The records of the national honorary society for women in education, Delta Kappa Gamma, include scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia.  UM-42, 1.75 linear feet.

LARRY DESSNER PAPERS, 1971. [PDF]
The papers of English professor Larry Dessner document a conference on Modern Literature organized by Dessner and the Department of English in 1971. UM-100, .25 linear foot.

HENRY J. DOERMANN PAPERS, 1927-1932. [PDF]
The personal papers of the University of Toledo's sixth president include speeches, private correspondence, official correspondence (of note are letters concerning an athletic scholarship controversy between Findlay and Defiance Colleges, which the Inter-Collegiate Athletic Association was asked to settle), and diaries documenting President Doermann's appointments as well as progress on the construction of University Hall and the Field House.  UM-18, .75 linear foot.

SHARRON E. DOERNER PAPERS, 1962-1998. [PDF]
The papers of political science professor, Sharron Doerner, consist of course materials, including lectures and notes, and professional papers pertaining to other aspects of his career.  UM-101, 1 linear foot.

RANDOLPH C. DOWNES PAPERS, 1930s-1971. [PDF]
The papers of history professor Randolph Downes consist of extensive research notes gathered for the writing of his book, Warren Gamaliel Harding, 1865-1920, materials relating to his career at UT as well as his involvement in the Historical Society of Northwest Ohio (now the Maumee Valley Historical Society, and some personal records.  UM-61, 23 linear feet.

WILHELM J.H. EITEL PAPERS, 1890-1978. [PDF]
The personal papers of world-renowned scientist Wilhelm Eitel contain correspondence, glass-plate negatives, manuscript drafts of the eight-volume Silicate Science, patents and abstracts. UM-24, 32.25 linear feet.

DONOVAN F. EMCH PAPERS, 1937-1975. [PDF]
The personal papers of the political science professor Donovan Emch consist of faculty newsletters and Faculty Senate minutes, annotated by Emch.  UM-36, 1 linear foot.

LUCILLE B. EMCH PAPERS, 1936-1983. [PDF]
The personal papers of rare books librarian Lucille Emch consist of materials pertaining to her interest in books and printing, Toledo Museum of art, sister city, Toledo, Spain, American and foreign libraries and archives, and archaeology.  UM-30, 1.25 linear feet.

BYRON E. EMERY PAPERS, 1956-1986. [PDF]
The personal papers of Emeritus Professor of Geography, Byron Emery, consist of research for and copies of his thesis and dissertation, as well as photographs of a variety of subjects of interest to Dr. Emery.  UM-93, 1 linear foot.

FACULTY BOWLING LEAGUE COLLECTION, 1943-1994. [PDF]
The collection of the Faculty Bowling League includes scores and standings of every game bowled between 1943 and 1992, team rosters, original and revised League Rules, and championship scores.  UM-44, 2 linear feet.

DORIS FENNEBERG COLLECTION, 1922-1935. [PDF]
The personal and professional papers of law professor Doris Fenneberg include materials about her life as a student at UT and later as Secretary of the Compliance Board of the National Recovery Administration, a U.S. Federal Agency created in 1933 as part of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal. UM-67, 2 linear feet.

CHARLES W. FORNOFF PAPERS, 1900-1982. [PDF]
The personal papers of the former dean of UT's College of Law include newspaper clippings, photographs, and the family bible. UM-66, .75 linear foot.

DR. ALFRED FOSTER PAPERS, 1962-1974. [PDF]
The personal papers of professor of Chemistry and dean of the Graduate School, Dr. Alfred Foster, include memos between members of the faculty and members of the administration, Central States Universities, Inc. meeting minutes, reports, and newsletters, and proposals for expanding both UT's campus and the curriculum.  UM-29, 8 linear feet.

MARY GILLHAM PAPERS, 1927-1972. [PDF]
The papers of University Librarian and founder of UT's Library Science Program, Mary Gillham, contains personal memorabilia, such as records of her accomplishments, photographs from the library's 50th anniversary celebration, and documentation of her involvement with UT.  The other half of the collection documents Gillham's involvement in the Greater Toledo Municipal League, of which she was on the Board of Directors.  UM-48, 3 linear feet.

GREEK LETTER ORGANIZATIONS COLLECTION, 1884-1972. [PDF]
The records of the Greek Letter Organizations contain histories, manuals, handbooks, and pledge materials of several of UT's early Greek organizations.  UM-51, 1 linear foot.

THOMAS GREENE PAPERS, 1971-1976. [PDF]
The personal papers of physics professor Thomas Green consist of research materials that pertain to electron and atom excitation, as well as course materials and correspondence,  UM-45, 1 linear foot.

E. RICHARD GREGORY, 1970s-1990s. [PDF]
The papers of professor of English literature, E. Richard Gregory, consist of several of Gregory's published articles, as well as criticism of said work.  Of note is an inscribed copy of his book, Milton and the Muses.  UM-98, .5 linear foot.

ROSE HELPER PAPERS, 1930s-1998. [PDF]
The personal and professional papers of sociologist Rose Helper include notes, coursework, publications, and correspondence primarily concerning her research focus on housing and minorities.  UM-86, 11 linear feet.

FRANK HICKERSON PAPERS, 1925-1973. [PDF]
The papers of education professor and author of the UT's centennial history, The Tower Builders, contain the research he gathered during the writing of the book.  Of note is correspondence from presidents and notable faculty members that contain anecdotal history of the university that may not be found elsewhere.  UM-12, 1.5 linear feet.

HISTORY OF UT COLLECTION, 1884-1983. [PDF]
The History of UT Collection contains original and photocopied clippings, correspondence, reports, and brochures on historical university events.  UM-33, 4 linear feet.

ANTON HOGSTAD, JR PAPERS, 1946. [PDF]
The papers of the College of Pharmacy faculty member, Anton Hogstad, Jr., include two book-length manuscripts, titled "Empty Gods" and "Betrayal" that both concern events that occurred in a western mining town.  UM-103, .5 linear foot.

W. EUGENE HOLLON PAPERS, 1950s-1990s [PDF]
The personal papers of history professor and a leading scholar on the history of the American West, W. Eugene Hollon, include correspondence, manuscripts, research materials, and photographs.  UM-35, 24 linear feet.

ALICE HUEBNER SCRAPBOOK, 1927-1956. [PDF]
The personal papers of long-time English faculty member Alice Huebner document her personal and professional activities during her time as a student the University of Toledo, as well as her early career as UT faculty.  UM-8, .25 linear foot.

O. GARFIELD JONES PAPERS, 1915-1964. [PDF]
The personal papers of political science professor O. Garfield Jones include speeches, election results, pamphlets, letters, and information about Proportional Representation voting, the method of which he is considered to have founded.  UM-58, 1 linear foot.

WILLIAM M. JONES PAPERS, 1929-1996. [PDF]
The papers of UT graduate and professional basketball player William M. Jones contain scrapbooks, correspondence, publications, and other memorabilia documenting Jones' basketball career.  UM-90, .25 linear foot.

KAPPA PI EPSILON/CHI OMEGA RECORDS, 1919-1989. [PDF]
The records of UT's oldest sorority and Toledo's first national women's fraternity include newspaper clippings of sorority activities, photographs of events, dance cards, and organization information.  UM-105, .25 linear foot.

M.L. MICHAEL KAY PAPERS, 1955-2000. [PDF]
The papers of history professor Michael Kay consist of readings for his courses on American History, exams, research pertaining to his book, written with Lorin Lee Cary, Slavery in North Carolina, 1748-1775, as well as drafts and galleys of the same, and correspondence.  UM-113, 7 linear feet.

DALE KETTLE UT SWEATER, 1931, 1943. [PDF]
This collection contains the "T" sweater worn by Dale Dewitt Kettle, UT Class of '31. There are also reproductions of photos of Mr. Kettle in the years after graduation, as well as a March 1943 issue of Navy at Dartmouth. UM-123, 1 linear foot.

PHILIP KINT PAPERS, 1961-1991. [PDF]
The papers of chemistry professor Philip Kint consist of materials documenting his correspondence, activities, and publications, as well as research papers written by others.  UM-115, 3 linear feet.

FRANK KRALIK PAPERS, 1917-1998. [PDF]
The papers of University of Toledo Athletics historian and area high school football coach Frank Kralik include sports memorabilia collected by Kralik, such as newspaper clippings, sports programs, photographs, cassette tapes, and film reels.  UM-116, 6 linear feet.

ALBERTINE KROHN PAPERS, 1945-1970. [PDF]
The papers of chemistry professor Albertine Krohn concern the Toledo Chemistry Placement Examination written by Krohn and Nelson Hovey.  UM-39, 1.25 linear feet.

KYRIKOS LAMPATHAKIS PAPERS, 1955-1957. [PDF]
The papers of former electrical engineering student, Kyrikos Lampathakis, consist of notes taken as a student as well as his work done for ITT Technical Institutes.  UM-122, 1 linear foot.

HELEN AND ELMER LANG COLLECTION, 1920-1967. [PDF]
The collection of founding Psi Chi Phi member, Helen (Williams) Lang, and her husband Elmer, both former University of Toledo students, include materials documenting their college and social activities, such as newspaper clippings, programs, and photographs.  UM-89, .5 linear foot.

LEVY CAMPAIGN MATERIALS COLLECTION, 1932-1966. [PDF]
The materials of the Levy Campaign Collection include correspondence, fliers, pamphlets, ads, and posters for campaigns to raise funds during the years 1935, 1954, 1956, 1959, 1963, 1965 and 1966, the final year being the levy that changed UT from a municipal university to a state school.  UM-22, 1 linear foot.

ESTHER B. LINDSAY COLLECTION, 1923-1925. [PDF]
The collection of former UT student Esther B. Lindsay contains a scrapbook documenting the activities of Psi Chi Phi, the sorority that later became Delta Delta Delta.  UM-46, 1 volume.

REBECCA LOCKE-GAGNON COLLECTION, 1967-1986. [PDF]
The collection contains the student assignment book for 1967-1968, as well as documents relating to Locke-Gagnon's participation in the Japanese visitation program arranged by the UT International Student Programs Office.  UM-119, .25 linear foot.

JESSE R. LONG PAPERS, 1938-1995. [PDF]
The personal papers of Jesse R. Long, former executive vice president at UT, one of three members who served on the Interim Operating Committee after the death of president Wilbur White in 1950, who acted as chief administrative officers until a new president was found, and the university's first provost, include essays, notes, speeches written for administrators as well as those he delivered himself at commencements, faculty retirements, and community organizations, and correspondence.  UM-88, 2 linear feet.

LOOKING GLASS COLLECTION, 1990-1991. [PDF]
The collection contains two scrapbooks documenting The Looking Glass, an independent student literary publication.  UM-70, 1 volume.

CONSTANCE MACHEN COLLECTION, 1922-1925. [PDF]
The collection consists of one scrapbook compiled by Constance Machen of the University of Toledo Class of 1925.  Included are classmate autographs, activity programs, a 1923-1925 university catalog, a 1923-1924 Blockhouse, and other typed of memorabilia.  UM-2, .25 linear foot.

SY MAH PAPERS, 1968-1988. [PDF]
The personal papers of assistant professor of Health Promotion and Human Performance, who had been in included in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most marathons run (524), include materials covering course and university business, correspondence, and marathon running.  UM-62, 1 linear foot.

 GILBERT MOHR COLLECTION, 1959-1986. [PDF]
The collection of former Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company engineer, Gilbert Mohr, includes a scrapbook of newspaper clippings, photographs, and sheet music documenting the writing of "Fair Toledo" by Mohr and his wife, Jean Strout Mohr.  They wrote it for a contest held by the Student Senate and Alumni Association to become UT's alma mater.  "Fair Toledo" won, and debuted in 1959.  UM-40, 1 volume.

JOHN MORGAN PAPERS, 1968-1984. [PDF]
The papers of UT librarian John Morgan include materials that pertain to Morgan's career in the library as well as his involvement in University affairs and professional organizations.  UM-23, 3 linear feet.

PATRICIA MURPHY PAPERS, 1975-2004. [PDF]
The personal papers of the Catherine S. Eberly Center for Women director, Patricia Murphy, contain extensive research for the book, Assessment of Rehabilitative Issues in Quality of Life Litigation, Murphy co-wrote with John M. Williams, as well as newspaper clippings, articles, memos, communications, publishing contracts, and conference information regarding Murphy's career and research interests.  UM-109, 6 linear feet.

BOGDAN C. NOVAK PAPERS, 1940s-1980s. [PDF]
The papers of history professor Bogdan Novak include research materials and a newspaper collection in a variety of languages.  UM-76, 10.5 linear feet.

EDWARD J. NUSSEL PAPERS, 1964-1987. [PDF]
The personal papers of professor emeritus of Education, Edward Nussel, consist of materials documenting his personal research interests, programs in the College of Education and Allied Professions, and the administration of the associate dean's office.  UM-47, 7 linear feet.

HAROLD ODDY PAPERS, 1910-1960s. [PDF]
The papers of former chairman of UT's Department of Chemistry, Harold Oddy, include miscellaneous papers, research, biographical materials, and memorabilia.  UM-92, 1.5 linear feet.

OHIO ACADEMY OF SCIENCE/INFORMATION AND LIBRARY SCIENCES DIVISION, 1973-1993. [PDF]
The collection of the organization founded in 1891 to promote public awareness of science consists of council meetings, presentation abstracts, membership lists, and volumes of the "Ohio Journal of Science". UM-102, .5 linear foot.

GEORGE H. ORIANS PAPERS, 1916-1972. [PDF]
The papers of English professor George Orians includes correspondence, research notes, syllabi, and photographs.  UM-64, .75 linear foot.

GEORGE E. PANKRATZ PAPERS, 1932-1982. [PDF]
The personal papers of Engineering professor George E. Pankratz reflect primarily his professional and educational activities during his service to UT.  UM-5, 14 linear feet.

DONALD S. PARKS PAPERS, 1922-ca. 1971. [PDF]
The papers of business professor, Dean of Men, and Director of Personnel Donald Parks contain a scrapbook, photographs, certificates and the guest registry of the dedication of Parks Tower in 1971.  UM-16, .5 linear foot.

PHI THETA PSI RECORDS, 1890-1976. [PDF]
The collection contains official records of sorority, including minutes, constitutions, by-laws, correspondence, and financial information.  There are also materials on social functions and Mary Gillham.  UM-50, .5 linear foot.

PI KAPPA ALPHA RECORDS, 1915-1990. [PDF]
The collection documents the Epsilon-Epsilon chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha and its predecessors, the Cresset Fraternity and Phi Kappa Chi.  It includes original minute books, pledge ritual handbook, and scrapbooks.  UM-74, 1.25 linear feet.

PI LAMBDA THETA RECORDS, 1947-1992. [PDF]
The records of the National Honor and Professional Association of Education contain newsletter, biennial council reports, alumnae chapter activities, constitutions and by-laws, correspondence, informational booklets, newspaper articles, membership lists, annual reports, and chapter histories.  UM-49, 1.5 linear feet.

FRANK PITT COLLECTION, 1925-1929. [PDF]
The collection of adjunct professor of law, Frank Pitt, consists of "The Columbian", the yearbook of Columbia University, where Pitt attended as an undergraduate student.  UM-72, 1 linear foot.

PORTRAIT OF WOMEN PROFESSORS OF ENGLISH AT UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO COLLECTION, 1909-1991. [PDF]
Collection includes a copy of Parallel Path, Separate Status: A Portrait of Women Professors of English at the University of Toledo, 1909-1991 written by Elizabeth Steele, editor, Skaidrite Stelzer, assistant, and Carol Nelson Burns, aide. This paper was published in 1995 and contains information on women professors of the English Department at UT from 1909 to 1991. This information comes in all forms, ranging from biographies to personal, recorded interviews. The interviews included in the collection take place in 1992. The completed paper gives an overview of what women of different time periods have endured and accomplished while pursuing a career as a professor of English.  UM-107, .25 linear foot.

FRANK QUILLEN COLLECTION, 1888-1922. [PDF]
The collection of business professor and dean of the former College of Commerce (1917-1921) Frank Quillen includes a scrapbook of news clippings, correspondence, and documents covering several aspects of Quillen's life, including his service in the Spanish-American War.  UM-7, 1 scrapbook.

NEWTON C. ROCHTE PAPERS, 1956-1977. [PDF]
The papers of professor emeritus and former dean of the University of Toledo's Community and Technical College focus on the establishment of the college and include correspondence, memorandums, development reports, and annual reports.  UM-80, 1 linear foot.

ELIZABETH RUDOLPH COLLECTION, 1926-1930. [PDF]
The collection of former UT student Elizabeth Rudolph contains memorabilia she collected as a member of UT Women's Athletic Association, Psi Chi Pi, and the University Hall cornerstone laying ceremony.  UM-63, .75 linear foot.

PHILIP SINCLAIR PAPERS, 1971-1978. [PDF]
The papers of professor of business technology at UT's Community and Technical College consist of televised courses in advertising and business communication, the first of such courses the be offered at UT.  UM-28, 1 linear foot.

ROBERT FREEMAN SMITH PAPERS, 1960-1988. [PDF]
The papers of history professor Robert Freeman Smith contain correspondence, research notes, and professional and personal material that primarily document his writing efforts, including manuscripts for books and academic papers.  UM-78, 4.75 linear feet.

WILLARD A. SMITH PAPERS, 1956-1961. [PDF]
The personal papers of history professor Willard A. Smith consist of general research notes for his book on Primo de Rivera, dictator of Spain from 1923-1930.  Some of the materials are in Spanish.  UM-10, 1 linear foot. 

WILLARD W. SMITH PAPERS, 1955-1983. [PDF]
The papers of UT administrator Willard W. Smith document his private involvement in various public organizations, including Toledo Citizens Advisory Capitol Improvement and Finance Committee and Greater Toledo Municipal League.  UM-73, 1.25 linear feet.

SAM SNYDER SCRAPBOOK COLLECTION, 1987. [PDF]
This collection contains two scrapbooks documenting professor of Educational Theory and Social Foundation Sam Snyder’s stay in South Korea in 1987. Snyder taught in the country for one year. Included are newspaper clippings about events in South Korea, particularly events concerning university students. UM-108, .25 linear foot.

JAMES G. SOUTHWORTH PAPERS, 1934-1966. [PDF]
The papers of English professor James G. Southworth include manuscripts and galley proofs of books and essays written by Southworth.  UM-11, 1 linear foot.

ARTHUR R. STEELE PAPERS, 1951-1985. [PDF]
The papers of history professor and first director of the Honors Program, Arthur R. Steele, primarily documents his published work, Flowers for the King.  It includes correspondence, ads, reviews, and photographs.  UM-81, .5 linear foot.

ELIZABETH STEELE PAPERS, 1972-1990. [PDF]
The papers of English professor Elizabeth Steele documents her activities on various University committees, including the University Beautification Committee, the Art Museum Committee, the Arts and Sciences Council's Committee on Women's Studies, and the UT Women's Organization. UM-71, .5 linear foot.

BRENTON W. STEVENSON PAPERS, 1935. [PDF]
The papers of professor and administrator B.W. Stevenson consist of a copy of Stevenson's book, English in Business and Engineering.  UM-13, .5 linear foot.

A. MONROE STOWE PAPERS, 1909-1970. [PDF]
The personal papers of the University of Toledo's third president include correspondence and published works, mainly focusing on teacher training and liberal education in municipal universities.  UM-104, .25 linear foot.

STEPHEN STRANAHAN PAPERS, 1972-1984. [PDF]
The personal papers of former UT Board member and chairman of the Board include fundraising documents and correspondence.  UM-21, 1 linear foot.

STUDENT DANCE EPHEMERA COLLECTION, 1920-1936. [PDF]
The Student Dance Ephemera Collection includes dance cards, invitations, and other dance memorabilia.  UM-31, .25 linear foot.

LLOYD SUNDERMAN PAPERS, 1934-1971. [PDF]
The papers of former chairman of the Department of Music, Lloyd Sunderman, consist of professional papers, recordings, and films of performances he directed.  UM-118, 1 linear foot.

CHARLES TERBILLE PAPERS, 1980s-1990s. [PDF]
The papers of assistant reference librarian of Carlson Library Charles Terbille consist of files from various University Libraries committees on which Terbille served. The collection documents faculty issues within the library as well as issues with salaries, committees, funding and more. UM-120, .5 linear foot.

GERALD THOMPSON PAPERS, 1969-1998. [PDF]
The papers of history professor, director of graduate studies, and expert on the history of the Southwestern United States, Gerald Thompson, contain records that documents his academic career, his work in the classroom, and his scholarly publications.  UM-99, 3 linear feet.

TOLEDO CAMPUS MINISTRY RECORDS, 1963-1976. [PDF]
The papers of the faith-based community, Toledo Campus Ministry, include administrative records of their meeting minutes, annual reports, and goals and evaluations, as well as several issues of a Methodist Student Movement magazine, motive.  UM-83, 2 linear feet.

TOLEDO MEDICAL COLLEGE COLLECTION, 1882-1983. [PDF]
The records of the Toledo Medical College include administrative files and miscellaneous records such as minute books of the board of trustees, tuition register, legal documents, correspondence, and material concerning the history of the medical college.  For related materials, see MSS-044, Academy of Medicine of Toledo and Lucas County.  UM-68, 1 linear foot.

TOLEDO SECTION, AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY RECORDS, 1917-1985. [PDF]
The collection for Toledo section of the organization to advance the field of chemistry includes correspondence, meeting announcements, minutes, annual reports, financial records, scrapbooks, newsletters, photographs, and other materials.  UM-85, 5 linear feet.

ANDREW J. TOWNSEND PAPERS, 1933-1983. [PDF]
The personal papers of History professor and long-time dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, Andrew J. Townsend, include notes and typescripts of various speeches given by Townsend, autobiographical information, and writings on post-Revolution American history, post-U.S./international relations history, Toledo history, the College of Arts & Sciences, and the role of universities during the war.  UM-3, 1.5 linear feet.

TRIANGLE FRATERNITY COLLECTION, 1978-1988. [PDF]
The Triangle Fraternity Collection includes issues of the newsletter, Triangle Review, produced by the fraternity and edited by Jesse Long.  UM-77, .25 linear foot.

WILLIAM H. TUCKER PAPERS, 1855-1898. [PDF]
The personal and professional papers of Toledo lawyer, active community member, and member of the UT Board of Directors, William H. Tucker (for whom Tucker Hall is named), mainly consist of correspondence but also includes a deed for land in the Oakwood Addition of Toledo signed by UT founder Jesup Scott and his sons.  UM-96, 1.5 linear feet.

JOHN TURIN PAPERS, 1930s-1970s. [PDF]
The papers of UT scientist, teacher, and administrator John Turin, the first chairman of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, document his graduate student days at the University of Michigan, as well as contain photographs and blueprints of the Ritter Planetarium and Observatory.  UM-95, .5 linear foot.

UNIVERSITY INTERFAITH COUNCIL, INC., 1975-1995. [PDF]
The collection of the umbrella organization that consists of the Toledo Campus Ministry, Catholic Campus Ministry, Campus Christian Fellowship, Campus Crusade for Christ, Hillel, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Lifeline, Muslim Students Association, and the Newman Club and exists to foster religious activities of all faiths, includes founding papers, meeting minutes, financial reports, and publicity materials.  UM-111, .5 linear foot.

UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S CLUB, 1921-1966. [PDF]
The records of the University Women's Club include meeting minutes, newsletters, and scrapbooks that date back to when the organization, which had initially been for the wives of administrators and faculty to gather to socialize and raise money for the university, was called the Faculty Dames Club.  UM-75, 2.5 linear feet.

UT CENTENNIAL COLLECTION, 1931-1974. [PDF]
The UT Centennial Collection consists of correspondence, reports, memoranda, and publications documenting the celebration of the University of Toledo's centennial in 1972.  UM-41, 2 linear feet.

ERNEST W. WEAVER, JR. PAPERS, 1956-1986. [PDF]
The personal papers of the former dean of the College of Engineering include personal and professional correspondence, committee meeting minutes, and course materials.  UM-25, 2.5 linear feet.

ROBERT N. WHITEFORD PAPERS, 1945-1951. [PDF]
The papers of English professor, Robert Whiteford, include essays written after his retirement as part of a university program that enabled professors with emeritus status to continue research and receive income.  UM-17, .5 linear foot.

WILLIAM WIERSMA PAPERS, 1963-1987. [PDF]
The papers of education professor and former director of the Center for Educational Research and Services consist of printed reports written by Wiersma for the Center regarding aspects of competency-based teacher education program.  UM-56, .5 linear foot.

GARDNER WILLIAMS PAPERS, 1912-1917. [PDF]
The papers of philosophy professor Gardner Williams consist of documents from Williams' personal life and interests, including articles, bulletins, correspondence, and personal information from his education, military service, and career, as well as unpublished articles written by Williams.  UM-52, 4 linear feet.

MELVIN C. WREN PAPERS, ca. 1967. [PDF]
The papers of history professor Melvin Wren include notebooks and several versions of six manuscripts written by Wren, including The Western Impact of Tsarist Russia, The Course of Russian History, Early Russia, London and the Twenty Ships, The Chamber of the City of London, 1633-1642, and Deposit Banking in London in 1640. UM-20, 1.75 linear feet.

IVAN ZAROBSKY PAPERS, 1921-1955. [PDF]
The collection of the Head of Engineering Drawing and Machine Designs contains course materials and transcripts of chapters from the book Fundamentals of Machine Design that he co-authored and correspondence pertaining to the book.  UM-4, 1 linear foot.

PHYLLIS ZIBBEL COLLECTION, 1970-1994. [PDF]
The collection of UT alum, Phyllis Zibbel, includes material collected and written by her for her senior thesis in the Adult Liberal Studies program.  The material relates to the May 4, 1970 shooting by the Ohio National Guard of four student protesting the Vietnam War during a demonstration at Kent State University.  UM-82, .25 linear foot.

 

 

 



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