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Scope and Contents The Betty A. Reardon Collection was donated to the Canaday Center in October 2007. The papers include published and unpublished manuscripts, correspondence, curricula, policy documents, reports, presentations, projects, and notes. The collection is organized by topic and type of document in chronological order. Topics include biographical materials, disarmament, ecology, faith, gender, human rights, and peace education. Each of these areas has a very specific and distinct focus, but serves as a...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection is organized into seven series as follows:Series 1: Court of Common Pleas, 1988-2002 Contains cases that she heard as a Judge for the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas from 1989-1997, including Capital Cases. This series includes one of the most important cases of her career, State v. Madrigal. Also contains her personal trial notes for individual cases from 1989-1999. Series 2: Appellate Court, 2002-2004 Consists of Judge Assignments from 2002-2004, which...
Scope and Contents The Maher Family Collection is divided into four separate series: S1. Correspondence, S2. Autographs, S3. Photographs and Drawings, and S4. Miscellaneous. Because of the fragility and value of many of the items, the Correspondence and Autograph series are followed by an alphabetical listing of the materials that are stored in the locked cabinets in the vault. Therefore, the researcher should also consult this part of the finding aid when searching for a particular item. Also, three of the...
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents The Maude Shapiro Papers consist of correspondence regarding various departments of the City of Toledo, including the Health, Law, Safety, and Service Departments. Other materials in the collection pertain to community development, housing, revenue sharing, urban renewal projects, and daily reading files as well as event invitations received by Shapiro.
- Subject: Women X