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- Collection: Center for Archival Collections
The Robert J. Dodge Collection dates from 1887 to 1982. A major part of the collection was donated by the collector in 1980. The remainder was deposited with the Center for Archival Collections in 1982. In all, it totals approximately 4 1 / 2 linear feet. The collection includes correspondence, personal papers, literary productions, news clippings, maps, printed materials, and photographs focusing on Put-in-Bay, Ohio and South Bass Island during the 1950s.
Literary and property rights have been dedicated to the public and duplication is permitted for research and preservation purposes. This register was prepared in April 1983, by Rebecca A. Lentz, graduate student in history.
Vietnam War slides, Feb 1969-Feb 1970 Slides taken by a soldier with the Army Corps of Engineers during tour of duty in Vietnam (407 slides)
Photograph collection, 1884-1934 Family portrait collection (19 items)
Video production slides : "Ohio oil and gas boom", 1984. Slides of historical photographs, from various sources, related to the petroleum industry in Ohio; many used in WBGU-TV documentary
Photograph collection, 1892-1943 Personal collection of a Lucas County, Ohio schoolteacher, includes class pictures and Condon family photographs (32 items)
Photograph collection, circa 1875-1950 Family portrait collection, some with identification (120 items)
Photograph collection, circa 1880-1930 Family portrait collection, including members of related Avery and Hughes families, some with identification (39 items)
Photo album, April 1934 Toledo, Ohio Construction photographs of the Monkey House and the Reptile House
Photograph collection, circa 1870-1920 Family portrait collection, some with identification (15 items)
Photograph collection, circa 1866-1920 Family portrait collection, some with identification (126 items)
Lucas County, Ohio Selected buildings in the Vistula Historic District, 1992. Architectural photographs by David Holman, includes identification sheet with street address. Negatives on file at the Toledo-Lucas County Plan Commission (100 items)
Photo album, circa 1906-1908 Ottawa County, Ohio Snapshot album with views of Put-in-Bay and South Bass Island
Photograph collection, 1985 Lucas County, Ohio Negatives and contact sheets showing changes in the intersection of Sylvania, Lewis, Martha, and Phillips in Toledo, Ohio (66 items)
Photograph collection, circa 1900-1920 Paulding County, Ohio Photographs of family activities and farm life in Paulding County, Ohio (49 items).
Photo album, 1915-1916 Bowling Green, Ohio Snapshot album of life and activities of a student at Bowling Green Normal College.
Photograph collection 1939-1948, 1975 Photographs of Daybrook plant and operations in Bowling Green, Ohio, and Daybrook pontoon bridge-building equipment in use during World War II in Europe. 6 folders.
Photograph collection, circa 1850-1940 Seneca County, Ohio Family photographs and agricultural scenes in Seneca County, Ohio (71 items)
Photographs, 1934-1951 Ottawa County, Ohio Snapshots by unidentified photographer of Port Clinton harbor and Port Clinton Yacht Club activities
Photograph collection, circa 1890-1986 Northwest Ohio Copy negatives of Northwest Ohio activities, scenes, and industries, including Bigelow Family Band of Bowling Green and workers at the Lima Locomotive Works (45 items)
Photo album, 1922 Portfolio pictures of flag and bunting company projects including buildings in Toledo and Dayton, Ohio
The Henry ZumFelde Photograph Collection consists of approximately .3 linear feet of copy prints, documenting activities of the ZumFelde, Oberhaus, and related families of Fulton and Henry Counties, Ohio, from the 1890s to the 1970s.
The collection was loaned for duplication by Henry ZumFelde in 2007. This register was prepared by Stephen Badenhop, Assistant Archivist, Center for Archival Collections, July 2008. No restrictions exist on the use of this collection and duplication is permitted for the purposes of preservation and research.
The personal photographs of Yvonne (Slyker) Cave consist of approximately .25 linear ft. of snapshots, including many taken during her years as a student at Bowling Green State University between 1945 and her graduation with the Class of 1948.
The collection was transferred to the Center for Archival Collections in July 2007 through the cooperation of Jerry Elenz, of Michigan City, Indiana, a family friend. There are no restrictions on the research use of this collection and duplication is permitted for research purposes. The finding aid was completed July 2007 by Marilyn Levinson, Curator of Manuscripts.
The Paul Willis Jones Papers consists of 2.6 linear feet of correspondence, genealogical subject files, project subject files, literary materials, printed materials and photographs related to the life and activities of Bowling Green Daily Sentinel-Tribune Editor Paul W. Jones. The collection was donated to the Center for Archival Collection through the cooperation of Maurine Hasseltine Jones in May 2005. No restrictions exist on the use of this collection and duplication is permitted for the purposes of preservation and research. The register was completed by Stephen W. Badenhop, Archival Assistant, in July 2008.
The papers of Joseph Carl Spratt consist of approximately .25 linear feet of cards, letters, and photos from period of service in the U.S. Navy during the world tour of the “Great White Fleet” between 1908 and 1912 as part of a goodwill mission initiated by Theodore Roosevelt to demonstrate the status of the United States as a world power.
The material was transferred to the Center for Archival Collections through the cooperation of Donelda S. Huffman, in September 2008. No restrictions exist on the use of this collection. Duplication may be permitted for the purposes of preservation and research. The register was prepared in October 2008 by Marilyn Levinson, Curator of Manuscripts.