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.
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.
The Tel-Buch is the yearbook of The University of Akron. The records mainly consist of photographs that appeared in the yearbook. The photographs document student clubs and organizations, athletics, campus buildings, and special events.[Finding Aid]
The Tel-buch is the annual yearbook of The University of Akron. It was originally titled Argo (1880) and The Buchtel (1882-1908) before becoming The Tel-buch. Yearbooks were not published for 1934, 1943, 1945-1947, 1949-1951.
Personal letters, diaries, journals, business papers, photographs, and artifacts relating to Charles M. Knight, professor of natural sciences at Buchtel College, and family members Joel Knight, Jr., Fanny Maria Duncan Knight, Sophie Knight McCollester, Eva Knight Greenwood, Colonel William Henry (Hal) Greenwood, Susan Helen Knight, Esther Knight Guild, and Mary Knight Dutton. There is also a small amount of publications, flyers, and other documents from sources outside the family.
The Daniel Guggenheim Airship Institute was operated by the Municipal University of Akron from 1929 – 1949. As part of the College of Engineering, the institute provided students with research opportunities relating to lighter-than-air flight, heavier-than-air flight, and meteorology. The records consist of correspondence, technical reports, and administrative files.[Finding Aid]
The Buchtelite is the student newspaper of The University of Akron. The newspaper has gone through various title changes including The Buchtelite, Akron Buchtelite, and Buchtelite.