Ms. Waterhouse's papers contain materials relating to the newspaper woman's career, including a selection of her published articles in newspapers and journals. The collection consists of correspondence, reports from the Ohio Newspaper Woman's Association and National Federation of Press Women, and Waterhouse's "Big Story," the Russian Series.[Finding Aid]
Papers documenting the growth of community theater in Akron, including: historical materials, membership lists, governance papers, newsletters, minutes, scripts, publications, financial statements, check registers, paid bills, expense records, play programs, youth theater scripts, youth theater financial records and miscellaneous materials, photographs, individual folders arranged by play (39 titles), scrapbooks, slides, phonotapes, and clippings.
The Welton Collection pertains to the Oak Hill Cheese Factory and contains correspondence, postcards, circulars, receipts, and market reports. The earlier correspondence relates to the Civil War and period immediately following.[Finding Aid]
Minutes, newsletters, correspondence, committee records, publications, and news clippings of a west Akron neighborhood organization seeking to maintain a stable, integrated community.
Forty-one (41) taped interviews relating to the career of publisher John S. Knight, including: family members, business associates, and notables such as Jack Anderson, George Beebe, and Bernard Ridder.
Recordings of programs broadcast concerning local people and issues. Approximately 310 reel-to-reel tapes.
This twenty-one year Akron Beacon Journal project documents the lives of 40 people born in the Akron Area on July 4, 1976.
Contains materials from Wingard's two-year term in Ohio Legislature, including committee proceedings, legislation, and general correspondence.
The collection includes directories, histories, certificates, reports, annual reports, minutes, by-laws, program schedules, rosters, treasurer's reports, financial statements, membership reports, correspondence, and newsletters.
11 volumes of Real Property survey books for Akron, Barberton, and Cuyahoga Falls, Project No. 9077, February 15 to April 15, 1936.
Regarding the Ohio Youth Services Advisory Board (chaired by Wright), includes: governing documents, minutes of board meetings, correspondence, inspection reports and recommendations, news releases, pamphlets, photograph albums, scrapbook, and oral history phonotapes of W. Richard Wright.
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