Historical pamphlets collection
This digital collection features select items from the Historical pamphlets collection, which contains pamphlets, brochures, and other publications and printed ephemera documenting Northwest Ohio's history and communities.
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This digital collection contains only a selection of items from the Historical Pamphlets collection; all original materials from the collection are available for research at the Center for Archival Collections.
Additionally, bibliographic records for all items in the collection are available through the University Libraries' online catalog. To view a listing of all cataloged pamphlets, select the Numbers tab, then "Local Call" from the Call Number dropdown menu and "Archives & Great Lakes" from the Collection dropdown menu, then enter "pOG" in the Number field and select the Submit button (all historical pamphlets have been cataloged with unique numbers beginning with the prefix "pOG").
Wood County Republican Women's Organization: Officers, Creeds, Aims, By-Laws, Committees, 1941-1943
Pamphlet providing summary information on the Wood County Women's Republican Organization for the period 1941-1943. Includes the organization's officers, creeds, aims, by-laws, and committees.
Camp Sherman Song Sheet
Song sheet, compliments of the Army YMCA, for troops stationed at Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio.
American Red Cross, "Knitted Garments for Nurses in War Service"
Instructional booklet for knitting warm clothing and other materials for American nurses serving in World War I, issued by the American Red Cross Department of Nursing.
Roll of honor, Wood County World War I veterans
Roll of honor, Wood County World War I veterans. Printed as a supplement to the "Wood County Republican" newspaper, April 14, 1932.
Toledo Public High Schools: Programs of Studies
Catalog of programs offered in public high schools in Toledo, Ohio.