The University of Akron Postcards contains postcards of campus buildings and grounds.[Finding Aid]
The University of Akron Photographs contains prints and negatives photographed during 1854-2004 depicting special events, student life, the campus landscape, and individual students and faculty members.[Finding Aid]
The general history records contain correspondence, historical summaries, and reminiscences primarily relating to the early years of Buchtel College. A majority of the correspondence including in this collection are former students and alumni remembering their time at Buchtel College. Of special note is a student letter written immediately following the Buchtel Hall fire of 1899. Other topics include the college’s founders, Lucinda “Aunty” Brown’s boarding house, and student activities during World War I and II.
Contains minutes of board meetings, minutes of annual meetings, financial and accountants statements, rosters of members, committee and officer correspondence, merger documents, theatrical show programs, pamphlets, photographs, deeds, and time-log books.
Minutes of meetings, a written history, auditing committee quarterly reports, and miscellaneous materials.
This collection, representing a local founded in Akron, contains newsletters, contracts, agreements, negotiations, grievance files, petitions, general office files, meeting minutes, union elections, and photographs.
The collection includes agreements, attendance records, correspondence, minutes of meetings and records of individual union dues paid to the Local.
This collection largely focuses on the Local 31 and includes a variety of materials such as manuals, reports, ledgers, dues books, a film, membership forms, attendance records, benefit forms, shop cards, cash books, agreements, insurance information and minutes. The bulk of the collection consists of local contracts and negotiations.
Correspondence, minutes, agreements, and financial records.
Primarily records of the Ohio-Meadville District (UUA-OMD) from 1963-1998, includes: District office records, board records, program records, financial records, and congregational records. Collection consists of correspondence, minutes, press releases, and photographs.
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