This collection of photographs includes early twentieth century portraits, snapshots (particularly of the Cain and Von Kanel families), and postcards of Akron, Ohio; documenting styles and living standards of middle class families.[Finding Aid]
The Canal Society of Ohio has preserved
Contains Mustill Store National Register Nomination, photographic negatives, and oral history interviews.
Historical materials of Ohio and Summit County, including: short written histories (topical), correspondence, photographs, drawings, clippings (arranged by topic and year), The University of Akron, clippings regarding Ohio counties, Ohio subject matter, Akron/Summit County clippings by topic, clippings regarding Akron during World War II, clippings relating to early and current area families, miscellaneous local history publications, clippings about Akron clubs and associations, materials regarding Summit County government, agencies, schools, special interest groups, and the War of 1812. Also included are copies of the Firestone Non-skid.
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]
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]
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 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]
Scrapbooks, newspaper clippings and photographs regarding Mrs. Clapp's activities as Akron Beacon Journal garden specialist for over forty years.
Mrs. Clark, an early radio enthusiast, transcribed radio program transmissions from around the world as well as corresponded with various radio stations. This collection contains scrapbooks, postcards, and correspondence.
Minutes, correspondence, financial records, reports, scrapbooks, and miscellany of a Jewish social organization.
Patents, articles, photo album, photographs, news clippings, and correspondence regarding Colley's development of pressurized flight suits.[Finding Aid]
News clippings and photographs of Mr. Collyer, former president of BF Goodrich Company.
Minutes, correspondence, financial records, bargaining and grievances, AFL-CIO Affiliates, community activities, and publications of CWA Local 4302 and its predecessor, Ohio Federal of Telephone Workers Local 201.[Finding Aid]
Minutes of grievance meetings, reports on contract bargaining.
Membership in the Council of Churches of Christ is open to all Christian churches; the organization assembled four times a year. Included in this collection are a position paper, constitution, pastor's list, programs of annual meetings, and various brochures/pamphlets.
Publications and miscellanea regarding the Cuyahoga Valley, particularly the Cuyahoga Valley Park Federation and the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area.
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