Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Series contains files documenting the administration of the Disability Studies Program during the leadership of interim director Patricia A. Murphy. Files document lectures sponsored by the program, grant activity, the development of the Disability Studies program, and the creation of the Regional Disability History Archive Project.
The records of Charles Feilbach School for Crippled Children are composed of both standardized and oversized photos, documents pertaining to an assembly in 1964, lists of furniture and equipment, newspaper clippings of the Co-founder, and school photos from 1971 to 1975.
Collection contains annual reports of the Office of Accessibility and its predecessor, the Center for the Physically and Mentally Challenged. The series documents the activities of the office to provide services to disabled students. This office has undergone several name changes, including: -Office of Handicapped Student Services -Center fo ther Physically and Mentally Challenged (name of office during the years represented in this collection) -Office of Accessibility
The collection consists of a single portrait of Jones, created by prominent Ohio artist, Leslie Adams.
Related materials concerning Family Service of Northwest Ohio can be found in MSS-075 (https://www.utoledo.edu/library/canaday/HTML_findingaids/MSS-075.htm).
The TAGALA collection consists of paper newsletters dating from October 2014 to December 2018. In addition, high resolution PDF copies of issues from 1983 to 2014 are stored on 3 CD-R discs.
The scrapbook collection’s clippings include updates of fund drives, explanations of the work of the United Way and its agencies, profiles of individuals benefiting from the agencies that receive funding, as well as changes in names and buildings throughout the years 1941 to 1983. There is also miscellaneous material including fund drive literature and publicity, which was not included in a scrapbook.