Wood County (Ohio) -- History


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Charlotte Dunipace Shaw papers

 Collection – Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-0496

The Charlotte Dunipace Shaw Papers consists of material of correspondence, research files, literary productions, photographs and book relating to the Dunipace and allied families.

Dates: Creation: 1832-2004

Local Government Records collection

 Collection – Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-1247

Records documenting local government activities from throughout the 19-county region of Northwest Ohio from roughly 1833-1980. Includes city, county, court, township, school district and other entities' records in the form of logs, annual reports, minutes, dockets, and other records. Also includes records documenting a series of projects to return records to local government entities in several phases between 2002-2019.

Dates: Creation: 1833-1989

Paul Willis Jones Papers

 Collection – Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-1067

The Paul Willis Jones Papers consists 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.

Dates: Creation: 1855-2002

Roger Chapman Collection History of Wood County Medicine Research Files

Identifier: MS-0847

Research files compiled in the course of writing "It Started with Doctors on Horseback: A History of Medicine, Marking the 50th Anniversary of Wood County Hospital"; includes letters, manuscripts, research notes, news clippings, and photographs; he also used covered the same topics for his Ph.D. dissertation

Dates: Creation: 1831-2001

Van Tassel family papers

Identifier: MS-0689

The Van Tassel Family Papers document the history of this pioneer Wood County family during the 19th century. Correspondence, a journal, articles and books comprise the bulk of this collection.

Dates: Creation: 1804-1983

Wood County, Ohio "Ghost Town" Photographic collection

 Collection – Box MMS 2043 - MMS 2052, Folder: MMS 2052
Identifier: MMS-2052

The Wood County, Ohio “Ghost Town” Photographic collection contains copy negatives with historic 19th and early 20th century views of small towns around Wood County, some with identification, gathered for copying by the Wood County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society. The negatives were also scanned and copied to CD for ease of use, identification sheet included.

Dates: Creation: 1900-1961

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