Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains early documents pertaining to the University.
Note: The original inventory did not contain folder numbers, but they were arranged alphabetically - folder numbers on inventory may not match the order.
Consists of reports, studies, and miscellaneous administrative records. Each folder contains materials from a specific department, division, or board, but there is no distinguishable organization. See External Document for inventory.
This collection contains letters written by Dr. Howard Madigan to the Toledo Blade from 1987 to 2003. Topics addressed by Dr. Madigan primarily concern various aspects of local healthcare issues. All the letters in the collection were published in the Toledo Blade and appear here as newspaper clippings.
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.
This collection focuses on the Medical College of Ohio's (MCO) Graduate School before the 2006 merger with the University Toledo. It consists of handbooks, self-study guides, manuals, and directories. Additionally, there are multiple self-study reports, pamphlets of the Annual Graduate Student Research Forum, information on the Liaison Committee on Medical Education and commencement programs.
Series contains financial reports for the University of Toledo, showing final year-end expenditures, as well as scattered interim reports.
The reports are files chronologically.
This collection contains local history materials from Toledo, Ohio and the surrounding areas, dating from the 1920s through the 1980s. The items in the collection are grouped together based on different subjects or material types, including Books, Buttons and Miscellaneous, Cards, Local Businesses, Magazines, Music, Pamphlets, Post Cards, and Programs. In these categories are items such as sheet music, pins, Toledo Mud Hens magazines, and postcards of Toledo landmarks.
The collection consists of a scrapbook of newspaper clippings documenting the merger Kaiser-Frazer and Willys-Overland in 1953. This was the largest corporate merger to date at the time it was completed. The scrapbook was owned by Ward M. Canaday, president of Willys-Overland at the time of the merger.