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MS 52 L. T. Eugene Ness
Correspondence, both personal and legal, research notes, legal documents, and printed material relating to Court of Claims actions of Mission Indians of Southern California in the 1930's, represented by attorney Ness. (.5 linear ft.)
MS 193 mf Thelma G. Marsh. Wyandot Indian Genealogical Cards
Index cards, 1795-1910.
Index cards containing birth, marriage or death information on members of the Wyandot Indians in Ohio.
MS 194 mf Kenneth Smith. Ohio Native Genealogical Cards
Index cards, 1724-1932.
Index cards containing birth, marriage, death or other information on Native Americans from Ohio tribes who later moved to Oklahoma and Kansas, including Miami, Shawnee, Huron, Wyandot, Delaware, Seneca, and Ottawa.
MS 203 Ella P. Stewart (1893-1985)
Scrapbooks, correspondence, and organization proceedings of a Toledo woman who was one of the first black women pharmacists in the United States.
MS 377 Phillips Family
Paulding County; Cincinnati, Ohio
Correspondence, educational files and scrapbooks of George A. Phillips, a Black educator; diaries kept by Myrtle Phillips, his wife; assorted family albums with genealogical information from Paulding County and Cincinnati. (4.5 linear ft.)
MS 605 Martha Butman Collection
Includes correspondence of a midwestern woman and her daughters telling about holidays, clothing, social events, women in law school (1880s), church events, and San Francisco architecture and transportation. Also includes a letter detailing attitudes toward Native American tribes, and some details about their customs, language, and religion. A privately published book provides transcriptions of the letters as well as genealogical information.
MS 741 Gish Film Theater Collection
Bowling Green, Ohio
Correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, newsclippings and other documents regarding establishment and development of the Gish Film Theater and the lives and careers of actresses Dorothy and Lillian Gish, Maidie Norman, Jean Arthur, and Eva Marie Saint.
MS 1071 A. Rolando Andrade
Bowling Green, Ohio
Subject files, literary productions, scrapbooks, printed and photographic material, and audio recordings of an Associate Professor in Ethnic Studies at Bowling Green State University. Dr. Andrade developed the "Summer in Mexico" program, founded Educators in College Helping Hispanics Onward, organized the Latino Network Committee of BGSU, and served as chair for BGSU's Human Rights and Cultural Diversity committees, as well as many other activities reflected in this collection.
MS 1124 United States Latino Issues
Subject files, reports, and printed material documenting communication between BGSU's Latino Student Union and other organizations throughout the U.S., as well as issues of concern to the students on such subjects as bilingual/bicultural programming, scholarships, festivals, Latino Culture and Arts and employment, including national Migrant issues.
MMS 176 mf Manumission Records
Record of free black and mulatto persons (manumission records), from Greene County (1805-1844), Logan County (1831-1857), Miami County (1833-1847), Montgomery County (1804-1805)
MMS 244 mf Bureau of Indian Affairs. Ohio Agency
Correspondence received by the Bureau of Indian Affairs from government agents, native peoples, and settlers dealing with the daily lives of native peoples and tribal relations with individuals and the federal government.
MMS 247 mf Ohio Federal Writers Project
Transcripts of interviews with former slaves, conducted by the Ohio Federal Writers Project.
MMS 566 Olive Ann Oatman (1837-1903)
Handwritten narrative of Olive Oatman's captivity by the Apache and Mohave Indians, passes issued to the Yuma Indian who effected her release, a photograph, and published accounts of her captivity, as presented on the Chautauqua circuit.
MMS 567 Florence Blackford
Recollections of Hancock County.
Hancock County, Ohio
A collection of newspaper articles dealing with people and places of historical interest in Hancock County, Ohio. Includes recollections of meetings between native peoples and settlers and early findings at archeological sites.
MMS 1062 Paul Kostyu
Seneca County, Ohio
Research notes compiled by Dr. Paul Kostyu for an article on Indian land claims in Adams Township, Seneca County, Ohio.
MMS 1730 John Shelby
Logan County, Ohio
Resident of Logan County, Ohio, appointed Assistant Conductor of Indians for the removal of the Shawnee from Ohio in 1832. Photocopy of appointment letter, and typed transcription of journal, documenting the removal of the Shawnee Indians to Indian Territory in 1832.
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