11 volumes of Real Property survey books for Akron, Barberton, and Cuyahoga Falls, Project No. 9077, February 15 to April 15, 1936.
Contains materials from Wingard's two-year term in Ohio Legislature, including committee proceedings, legislation, and general correspondence.
Reports, proposals, correspondence, and memoranda regarding the development of the Akron area. Mr. Suso was formerly a member of the University of Akron faculty and Director of the Akron Department of Planning and Urban Renewal.
Scrapbooks, radio scripts, and publications. Scrapbooks (six) on civilian defense activities , Books (four) with publications on child care, nutrition, statistics, and handbooks on jobs within the council (medical corps, firefighters, bomb squads, etc.). Framed "Citation for Merit" for the work done by members of the Defense Council.
Congressional files, including: materials regarding Seiberling's congressional activities, correspondence, memorandums, notes, legislation drafts, miscellaneous materials relating to bills before Congress, reports, and news clippings. Subjects include President Nixon impeachment hearings, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Alaska lands, strip and surface mining, and public lands issues.
Correspondence, travel accounts, photographs, genealogies and miscellaneous material concerning Sawyer's personal life, professional life and family. Includes military memorabilia from George Childs (1860s-1890s).[Finding Aid]
Civil War letters of Private Sailor, 45th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. 35 items[Finding Aid]
The papers of Roy L. Ray consist of campaign records for both of his mayoral campaigns; materials from Ray's time as Mayor of the City of Akron; a small amount of correspondence during Ray's time as an Ohio State Senator; and diplomas, certificates, and other memorabilia.[Finding Aid]
The Private Industry Council (PIC) of Akron was formed in 1978 as an outgrowth of President Jimmy Carter’s Private Sector Initiative Program. The records consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, booklets, pamphlets, reports, surveys, photographs, and advertisements relating to PIC activities, including job training and hiring programs and advertising campaigns to attract new businesses to Akron.
Lieutenant Colonel John J. Polsley served in the American Civil War in the 8th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, which later became the 7th Regiment West Virginia Cavalry. Polsley was captured in 1863 and sent to Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia. The papers primarily contain correspondence to his wife, Ellen (Nelly) S. Donnally Polsley. He wrote of camp life and battles as well as his thoughts on war. Also included are letters to his father, Judge Daniel H. Polsley.[Finding Aid]
This collection includes the roster of Company H, 104th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, a brief history and biographical sketches of every member of the company, and newspaper clippings. The bulk of the collection documents available pension records and military service records of the veterans of Company H and their beneficiaries.
Minutes, financial reports, correspondence, organization reports on the local, state, and national level, program information, membership lists, committee aids, case files, and publications.
Minutes of board of director's meetings, financial statements, correspondence, organization reports, program information, scrapbooks, news clippings, and publications regarding the League and its various projects.
Correspondence of the congressman, miscellaneous books, including Akron Telephone Directories, annual reports, Congressional Directories, copies of the Congressional Record, political convention proceedings, miscellaneous histories (local, national, and international), and magazines.
The records of the Family Services of Summit County contain material relating to the Dorcas Society, early Family Service achievements, the Board of Volunteers, and Family Service publications. Materials include: scrapbooks, annual reports, news clippings, correspondence, photographs, and publications.
Correspondence, clippings, photographs, and other materials dealing mainly with her activities as mayor of Barberton (1955-1961) and also as a Democratic member of the Ohio State Senate (1949-1950) and local historian as well as minutes and committee reports (Ohio Program Commission of the Agricultural Committee which investigated rural health in 1950), correspondence and financial reports for the Ohio Sesquicentennial Commission Executive Committee, information on the Midwest Regional Conference of the Council of State Governments, materials from election campaigns, community activities, speeches, lectures, publications, and local history materials.
Materials relating to Dixon's career as consulting engineer and Chief Sanitary Engineer for the City of Akron. The collection, which deals with Akron's water supply, includes: biographical information, reports, publications, topographic maps, and miscellanea.
These records are the office files of Thomas C. Sawyer, who served Akron as Mayor from 1984-1986. These records include correspondence, budget and development plans, and department reports.[Finding Aid]
These records consist of subject files of the Office of the Mayor for the City of Akron, Ohio during the administration of Roy L. Ray, who served as Mayor from 1980 through 1983. These are the files relating to the activities, correspondence, and plans of the administration.[Finding Aid]
These are the records of John S. Ballard, the Mayor of Akron from 1966 through 1979. It includes office subject files, boards and commissions, urban aid programs, and scrapbooks documenting his administration.[Finding Aid]
The papers of the Citizens for a County Charter Committee include materials pertaining to various aspects of the 1979 campaign for the adoption of a Summit County Charter. Collection includes proposal, publicity, campaign plans, and correspondence.[Finding Aid]
The Virgil L. Bell Collection includes photographs, newsletters, rosters, registrations and plaques documenting the 319th Bombardment Group and 17th Bombardment Group of the 12th Air Force.[Finding Aid]
Robert L. "Hap" Holliday served in the 391st Bombardment Group during World War II as a B-26 Marauder pilot. The papers include his military service records and correspondence, material form the 391st Bomb Group Association, the B-26 Marauder Historical Society and the B-26 Archives Advisory Council.[Finding Aid]
Charles H. Drake served in the Headquarters Squadron of the 391st Bomb Group. His papers include orders he received throughout his military service and many photographs taken during World War II.[Finding Aid]
The 455th Bombardment Squadron Association Records include correspondence, memoirs, photographs, printed publications and scrapbooks collected and used by the association.[Finding Aid]
The 319th Bombardment Group Reunion Association Collection consists of newsletters, photographs, correspondence, printed materials, and videos created and collected by the association and its members.[Finding Aid]
The 17th Bombardment Group Reunion Association Collection consists of correspondence, military records, newsletters, photographs, printed materials, and videos created and collected by the association and its members.[Finding Aid]
This collection consists of thousands of photographs, letters, diaries, and records on microfilm documenting the special role played by the B-26 Marauder during World War II.[Finding Aid]
Minutes, correspondence, scrapbooks, reports and subject files of the board and its predecessors, the Citizens Postwar Planning Committee, the Area Development Committee, Citizens for Progress, and the Greater Akron Association.[Finding Aid]
"Topological maps of the City of Akron, detailing geological features, locations of streets and large buildings, and surface features. "
The Akron Regional Development Board was formed in 1975 to promote business and industrial development in the tri-county area. The organization provided consultation to law-making bodies and conducted studies on issues including the Akron Public School levies, city taxes, local business expansions, and state highways. The records consist of subject files of programs and projects and photographs of local businesses.[Finding Aid]
3"x5" photographic prints recording the construction of the Water Department, including major additions of the water purification plant, extensive water main surveys, new water towers, stand pipes and pumping stations. Technical in content, but also containing views of the streets, neighborhoods and working conditions of early 20th century Akron.
The Akron and Summit County Federation of Women’s Clubs was organized in 1893 and united with the Ohio State Federation of Women’s Clubs in 1917. The group raised money for charity, hosted guest speakers, awarded scholarships, worked on various community-related projects, and lobbied for political reform. The records include notebooks, directories, scrapbooks, newsletters and subjects files.[Finding Aid]