FROHMAN, CHARLES E.- RESEARCH MATERIALS

Charles E. Frohman Collections

Collection ID: 286
Location: FR 9

(Description ID: 594198)

Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums

 

Charles E. Frohman

 

 FR-9


 

Introduction

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Inventory

 

Introduction

Charles E. Frohman, Sandusky, Ohio, donated this research material to the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center. It represents only a portion of the much larger collection donated by Mr. Frohman.

 

Biographical Sketch

Born in 1901 in Sandusky, Ohio, Charles E. Frohman was the son of Daniel and Helen (Wagner) Frohman.  He graduated from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.  In 1926, he graduated from the Yale Law School with a juris doctorate degree.  He joined the law firm of King, Ramsey, Flynn & Pyle, which became King, Flynn & Frohman, and ultimately Flynn, Frohman, Buckingham, Py & Kruse.  He married Elisabeth Dunsmore and = was the father of two sons, Daniel and David.

In 1932, he became general counsel of Hinde & Dauch Paper Company.  He later became director of the company, vice president in 1941, and president in 1949.  Mr. Frohman served as director of  the company’s Canadian subsidiary in 1940 and its vice chairman in 1951.   He also was elected director of that company’s subsidiaries, Corrugated Paper Box Company and Hilton Brothers Incorporated.  With the 1953 merger of Hinde & Dauch and West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, Mr. Frohman assumed directorship of the company as well.

Mr. Frohman served on the boards of the Third National Bank, American Crayon Company, Cedar Point, O-P Craft Company, Lake Erie Broadcasting Company, and Sky Tours, Inc. He served terms as trustee of Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky, Ohio; the Hayes Presidential Center, Fremont, Ohio; and the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio. He also served a term as vice president and then as president of that organization. Mr. Frohman also served as head of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce. He held memberships in numerous other civic and business organizations.   

Deeply interested in the history of Northwest Ohio, Lake Erie, and the ErieIslands, Mr. Frohman developed a significant collection of manuscripts, books, and more than 20,000 photographs. From commercial shipping and ice harvesting, to environmental research, early aviation and island leisure activities, Mr. Frohman documented the social, cultural, and economic history of northern Ohio during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Mr. Frohman was the author of ten books on the area’s history: History of Sandusky and Erie County, Rebels on Lake Erie, Sandusky’s Yesterdays, Cedar Point Yesterdays, Sandusky’s Editor, Sandusky Potpourri, Sandusky Area Miscellany, Sandusky’s Third Dimension, Put-in-Bay, and Milan and the Milan Canal. He also contributed numerous articles to historical journals, including the Hayes Historical Journal. Mr. Frohman died at Sandusky, Ohio, in 1976.

 

Scope and Content

 The collection is primarily composed of the local history research materials created and/or acquired by Mr. Frohman in his efforts to preserve, speak, and write about the history of Sandusky, Ohio, the Erie Islands, Lake Erie, and its southern shoreline communities.

The collection, spanning the years from 1848 to 1975, can be divided into three major components: (1) materials associated with the publication of Mr. Frohman’s ten local history books; (2) the local history research materials created and collected by Mr. Frohman as he attempted to document the area’s history: early settlement, towns and townships, buildings, residents, businesses, homes, political issues, events, organizations, transportation, education, and the area’s social and cultural life during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; (3) Hinde and Dauch photographic prints and negatives.

 Boxes 1, 2, 14 through 27, 30, and 31 include research files; copies of speeches given by Mr. Frohman on a variety of local history topics; correspondence with researchers and Sandusky, Ohio, residents; subject indexes of area newspapers; records of area businesses and institutions; and original documents and photographs. Boxes 3 through 13 contain research notes, galleys, typescripts, proofs, and drafts of the ten local history books Mr. Frohman wrote from 1965 to 1976. Boxes 28 and 29 hold photographic prints and negatives of activities at Hinde & Dauch during the 1950s.  Seven albums contain more than 3,500 mm slides that Mr. Frohman used in his lectures to school, civic, and business groups. Many of the slides are from negatives and prints created by early area photographers who had photographed the Erie Islands, the area’s towns, buildings, railroads, street scenes, businesses, aviation manufacturing, shipping, and ice harvesting. Also included are reproductions of maps and citizens’ portraits. Mr. Frohman donated the originals, reprints, flexible negatives and, in many cases, the glass negatives from which the slides were created. A card index for the originals is available in the Library Reading Room.  The index was converted to electronic format. It appears online at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center web site at www.rbhayes.org.

While some of the materials are original, most of the files contain handwritten notes, microfilm prints and photocopies of newspaper articles, photocopies and transcriptions of business and local government records, photographic reprints, flexible negatives, and 35 mm slides. Original brochures, pamphlets, correspondence, books, and photographs are also a part of this collection. The subject headings and the arrangement of the files were the work of the creator.

The newspaper indexes found in this collection also exist in an index card format.  The card index and microfilm of the indexed newspapers are housed in the Library Reading Room. Oversized items have been removed from the collection and placed in the Oversized Area.  Cross-references to oversized items appear in the original files. 

 

Inventory

33 linear feet

 

Box 1

 Speeches, Interviews, Correspondence, and Research Notes

  1. Clyde Albright Interview, n. d.
  2. Historical Walk Down Railroad Street, n. d.
  3. Historical Walk, Downtown Sandusky, Ohio, n. d.
  4. Historical Walk, East End, Sandusky,Ohio, n. d.
  5. Historical Walk, West Water Street, n. d.
  6. Household Inventory, n. d.
  7. School Talk (outline), n.d.
  8. Correspondence CEF to Mel Harmon (Sandusky Newspapers, Inc.)
  9. Correspondence with OHS - 5/22/48 thru 4/3/59 and n.d.
  10. Correspondence from Midland Rare Book Co. - 12/7/65 and unknown publications list n.d.
  11. Correspondence with RBH Library - 4/14/66
  12. Miscellaneous correspondence - 6/12/68 and n.d.
  13. Correspondence from Camp Fire Council - 1/25,26/70
  14. Correspondence from Alice Arnold to CEF - 3/17/70
  15. Correspondence from Mr. Julius Nuhali - 5/6/70
  16. Miscellaneous correspondence to CEF - 10/19/71
  17. Lyme Church - 6/23/73 - Rev. Will Cook
  18. Grill Meats story - 10/9/73 - Gordon Erickson
  19. Beginnings of Sandusky - 3/28/74 - (CEF)
  20. Firelands Stories – Firelands Historical Society - 4/18/74-Henry Timman
  21. Correspondence from Helen M. Hansen to CEF - 1/23/75
  22. Correspondence from AM. Business Women’s Association
  23. Preservation and Restoration - 10/15/75 - Robert Gaede
  24. Correspondence from Smith, Hinchman and Grylls (Architects) - 7/20/76
  25. Correspondence to “Mr. Holkman”- 7/30/76

Box 2

 Newspapers Indexes

  1. “Sandusky Weekly Journal” - 7/20/1911 -12/19/1911 index
  2. “Sandusky Star Journal” - l /7/1898 - 1/3/1928 index
  3. “Sandusky Star Journal” - 6/23/1928 -5/28/1941 index
  4. “Daily Sandusky” - 6/1/1849 - 6/9/1865 index
  5. “Sandusky Daily Commercial Register” - 5/27/1852 - 6/10/1862 - 12/8/1875 index
  6. “Sandusky Weekly Register” 1/9/1878 -7/ 20/1895 index
  7. “Sandusky Weekly Register” 6/18/1884 – 12//31/1913 index
  8. “Sandusky Weekly Register” 1/6/1866 - 6/11/1884 index
  9. “Sandusky Sunday Register” 6/6/1884 - 4/24/1897 index
  10. “Erie County Reporter” Huron, Ohio, 1/8/1880 - 1928 index
  11. “Milan Tribune” 9/22/1843 - 4/1/1851 index
  12. “Commercial Advertiser; Huron, Ohio, 1/24/1837 - 3/1842 index
  13.  “Stubig’s Weekly; 2/6/1915 – 1918 index
  14. “Huron County Reporter” 1931-1968 index
  15. “Norwalk Reflector” 4/7/1827-12/31/1868 index
  16. Buffalo, New York, Newspapers index

Box 3

 Manuscripts - Put-In-Bay

  1. Correspondence regarding Put-In-Bay
  2. Frank E. Hamilton correspondence
  3. Gorden Wendt’s Steamboat Chapter
  4. Illustrations, Captions, and Credits-Put-In-Bay
  5. Air Service
  6. John Brown Jr.
  7. Church
  8. Early Days
  9. Fish Hatchery
  10. Fishing 
  11. Geological Caves
  12. Gilbraltar Island
  13. Grape Culture Flora
  14. Hotels
  15. Ice Boating
  16. Ice Fishing
  17. Ice Harvest
  18. Langlois
  19. Miscellaneous
  20. Perry Monument/Victory
  21. Resort Days
  22. De Rivera
  23. Regatta
  24. Put-in-Bay Town Hall
  25. Winter
  26. First Draft Put-in-Bay

Box 4

 Manuscripts – A History of Sandusky and Erie County 1965; Put-In-Bay 1965

  1. Corrected Copy-A History of Sandusky and Erie County
  2. Correspondence – A History of Sandusky and Erie County
  3. Handwritten Manuscript – A History of Sandusky and Erie County
  4. Typescript – A History of Sandusky and Erie County
  5. Typescript – Put-In-Bay
  6. Corrected Typescript – Put-In-Bay
  7. Steamships Note Cards
  8. Tape Recorded Interview 4/21/1971
  9. Books: A History of Sandusky and Erie County; Put-In-Bay

Box 5

 Manuscripts - Rebels on Lake Erie 1965

  1. Typescript – Rebels on Lake Erie
  2. Foreward and Notes – Rebels on Lake Erie
  3. Edited Typescript – Rebels on Lake Erie
  4. Edited Typescript – Rebels on Lake Erie
  5. Galley Proofs – Rebels on Lake Erie

Box 6

 Manuscripts – Sandusky’s Yesterdays 1968

  1. Correspondence - Sandusky’s Yesterdays
  2. Typescripts – Sandusky’s Yesterdays
  3. Footnotes – Sandusky’s Yesterdays
  4. First Proof – Sandusky’s Yesterdays
  5. Galley Proofs – Sandusky’s Yesterdays

Box 7

 Manuscripts – Sandusky’s Yesterdays 1968

  1. Drafts and Research Material –Sandusky's Yesterdays
  2. Drafts and Research Materials – Sandusky's Yesterdays
  3. Edited Typescript – Sandusky’s Yesterdays

Box 8

 Manuscripts - Rebels on Lake Erie 1965

  1. Correspondence – Rebels on Lake Erie
  2. "Fanmail” and notes - Rebels on Lake Erie
  3. Research Notes – Rebels on Lake Erie
  4. Miscellaneous research material - Rebels on Lake Erie
  5. Inspection of Prison 1863-1865 - Rebels on Lake Erie
  6. John Y Beall - Rebels on Lake Erie 
  7. Piracy - Rebels on Lake Erie 
  8. First draft – Rebels on Lake Erie
  9. Rewrites – Rebels on Lake Erie

Box 9

 Manuscripts – Sandusky’s  3rdDimension 1971

  1. Correspondence - Sandusky’s 3rd Dimension
  2. Draft and Research Material – Sandusky’s 3rd Dimension
  3. Typescript -  Sandusky’s 3rd Dimension
  4. Corrected Typescript – Sandusky’s 3rd Dimension
  5. Books: Sandusky’s 3rd Dimension

Box 10

 Manuscripts - Sandusky’s Editor 1972

  1. Correspondence - Sandusky’s Editor
  2. Research Material – Sandusky’s Editor
  3. First draft – Sandusky’s Editor
  4. Second Draft  - Sandusky’s Editor
  5. Typescript - Sandusky's Editor
  6. Edited Typescript – Sandusky’s Editor
  7. Galley Proofs – Sandusky’s Editor

 

Box 11

 Manuscripts - Sandusky Area Miscellany 1973; Sandusky Potpourri 1974

  1. Correspondence - Sandusky Area Miscellany
  2. Typescript Sandusky Area Miscellany – Chapters 1-50
  3. Typescript Sandusky Area Miscellany – Chapters 51-100
  4. Correspondence - Sandusky Potpourri
  5. Typescript Sandusky Potpourri – Chapters 1-30
  6. Typescript Sandusky Potpourri – Chapters 31-65
  7. Typescript Sandusky Potpourri – Chapters 66-100
  8. Books: Sandusky Area Miscellany; Sandusky Potpourri

 

Box 12

 Newspaper IndexesSandusky Register” 9/1868 to 12/1972

  1. “Sandusky Register” Index 9/1/1868 to 5/29/1886 Index
  2. “Sandusky Register” 1/1/1886 to 8/30/1909 Index
  3. “Sandusky Clarion/Commercial” 4/24/1822 to 12/31/1853 Index
  4. “Sandusky Register” 1/2/1854 to 8/22/1871 Index
  5. “Sandusky Register” 8/22/1871 to 12/1885 Index
  6. “Sandusky Register” 12/8/1885 to 8/31/1906 Index
  7. “Sandusky Register” 9/1/1906 to 12/30/1923 Index
  8. “Sandusky Register” 1/1/1924 to 12/31/1949 Index
  9. “Sandusky Register” 1/2/1950 to12/30/1972 Index

 

Box 13

 Manuscripts - Milan and the Milan Canal

  1. First Draft – Milan and the Milan Canal
  2. Illustrations – Milan and the Milan Canal
  3. Correspondence -Milan and the Milan Canal
  4. Galleys – Milan and the Milan Canal
  5. Typescript – Milan and the Milan Canal
  6. Proofs – Milan and the Milan Canal
  7. Index – Milan and the Milan Canal
  8. Books: Milan and the Milan Canal

 

Box 14

Research Files 

  1. A – Miscellaneous

    1a.Abstracts of Title – Cedar Point; Put-in Bay; West House

  1. Alaska Co-Op Mining Company
  2. Alexander, T. B.
  3. Almanac of 1903 – “Sandusky Demokrat” ( German)
  4. Amateur Newspapers – “The Bay City Amateur” By Stevenson & Barker  (4a. Allen, William) (4b. Allison Amos)
  5. Amateur Newspapers – “The Clover Leaf” By Sandusky High School
  6. Amateur Newspapers – “The Echo” By Barker & Sons
  7. Amateur Newspapers – “The Fly” By Stevenson & Barker; “The Weakley Fly”
  8. Amateur Newspapers – “The Optimistic Pessimist” By Charles E. Frohman
  9. Amateur Newspapers – “The Sandusky Gazette” By “Sandusky Daily Register”
  10. American Crayon Company
  11. American Institute Of Management Director
  12. Arrow (Str.)
  13. Ausmus, Reinhardt N. – Autobiography
  14. Ausmus, Reinhardt N. – Collection
  15. Ausmus, Reinhardt N. – Early Bird
  16. Automobiles
  17. Automobiles – Elmore & Elmore Car
  18. Avery-Huron County Courthouse – Treasurers Orders
  19. Aviation, Early
  20. Aviation, Early – Glenn Curtiss Flight 1910
  21. Aviation, Early – Roberts Motor Company
  22. Aviation, Early – Weldon B. Cooke
  23. Aviation, Early – Wright Bros. Catalogue
  24. B. Miscellaneous
  25. B&O – Sandusky Docks, Etc.
  26. Bank Notes
  27. Bank Of Sandusky Bay Bloomville
  28. Bank Of Sandusky, Ohio
  29. Banks – Sandusky Third National Bank
  30. Barker, George – Miscellaneous Papers
  31. Barker, Jacob – Papers
  32. Battery Park West
  33. Baus, Louis
  34. Bay Bridge
  35. Beatty, John
  36. Bee Keeping
  37. Beecher, Lucas
  38. Begg, James
  39. Bellevue, Ohio
  40. Berlin Heights, Ohio; 1 of 2 Folders
  41. Berlin Heights, Ohio; 2 of 2 Folders
  42. Berlin Heights, Ohio – Account Book Of J.S. Lowery (copy pages only)
  43. Berlin Township
  44. Bicycle License, Erie County, 1898
  45. Birmingham, Ohio
  46. Bloomingville, Ohio
  47. Blue Hole, Castalia, Ohio
  48. Boeckling, George A.
  49. Boeckling, G. A. (Str.)
  50. Bonn, J., Grocery Company, Sandusky, Ohio

 

Box 15

 Research Files

  1. Bonn, John Jr.
  2. Bowling Green State University
  3. Brown, John Jr.
  4. Buckeye Business College, Sandusky, Ohio
  5. C – Miscellaneous
  6. Canada Rebellion, 1837 – 1838
  7. Canal & Internal Improvements
  8. Carr, Clarke E. – My Day & Generation, Ch. 19 Crisis of 1876 (1908)
  9. Carriages
  10. Castalia, Ohio
  11. Castalia Notes
  12. Castalia, Ohio – Trout Stream Act Of Incorporation Castalia Mfg. Co.
  13. Cedar Point - Abstract Of Title (See: Abstracts of Title – Cedar Point; Put-In-Bay, West House)
  14. Cedar Point - Advertising 1882-1910
  15. Cedar Point - Advertising n.d.-1922
  16. Cedar Point - Advertising 1916-1922
  17. Cedar Point - Advertising 1960-1966
  18. Cedar Point - Advertising 1967-1974
  19. Cedar Point - Advertising 1975
  20. Cedar Point - Annual Reports
  21. Cedar Point - Centennial 1870-1970
  22. Cedar Point - Clippings
  23. Cedar Point - Employment
  24. Cedar point - Erie County Newspaper References, 1867-1918
  25. Cedar Point - Miscellaneous
  26. Cedar Point - Miscellaneous Notes
  27. Cedar Point - Ohio Magazine, July 1906 (V. 1, No. 1)
  28. Cedar Point - Press Kit, 1965
  29. Cedar Point - Property Owners
  30. Cedar Point - Sandusky City& Cedar Point Company – Articles of Association, April 27, 1837
  31. Cedar Point - Sandusky Water Intake
  32. Cedar Point - Test Borings – Soil Reports

 

Box 16

 Research Files         

  1. Cemetery History – Oakland Cemetery; See also: Cholera Cemetery
  2. Chamber Of Commerce, Sandusky, Ohio
  3. Cherry, Ross (Mrs.)
  4. Churches, Early In Sandusky
  5. City Hall, Sandusky, Ohio
  6. Cholera
  7. Cholera Cemetery; See also: Cemetery History -Oakland Cemetery
  8. Cholera Epidemic – Sandusky, Ohio 1849
  9. Civil War Exemption From Draft For Money Collection Book, Hull & Stem, Clyde, Ohio
  10. Clyde, Ohio
  11. Columbus-Sandusky Turnpike – Original Copy, Act To Incorporate
  12. Congregational Church, Sandusky, Ohio (12a. Connolly, John F.)
  13. Cooke, Eleutheros
  14. Cooke, Jay
  15. Cooke, Jay – Family Of Gilbraltar Island
  16. Cosmopolitan Art Gallery
  17. Crippen Family Tree
  18. Croghan, George – Journals
  19. Crystal Rock (Martin’s Point)
  20. D&C Navigation Company
  21. D – Miscellaneous
  22. Dauch Family
  23. Dauch Manufacturing Company
  24. Dayton Flood Company
  25. De Lery Maps
  26. Detroit, Michigan
  27. Diamond Wine Company
  28. Dismal Swamp
  29. Dorn Businesses
  30. E – Miscellaneous
  31. Eastman, P.O. (Young Captive Prince, Republic, 1870)
  32. Echo, The By Barker & Brothers (Amateur Newspapers) See: Amateur Newspapers – “The Echo” By Barker & Bros.
  33. Edison, Thomas A.
  34. Elks Club (34a. Elliott, Henry J.)
  35. Elmore Manufacturing Company, Clyde, Ohio
  36. Elmore, Ohio
  37. Emanuel Evangelical Church History, 1844-1906
  38. Erie County, Ohio
  39. Erie County, Ohio – An Inventory Of Ohio Soils
  40. Erie County, Ohio – Real Estate Assessment, 1916
  41. Erie County, Ohio Fair
  42. Erie County, Ohio Fair (Cancelled Checks)
  43. Erie County, Ohio Historical Committee
  44. Erie County, Ohio, Metropolitan Park District
  45. Erosion
  46. Everett, Glenn

 

Box 17

 Research Files

  1. F – Miscellaneous
  2. Feick Family Papers
  3. Fire, The Great Sandusky Ohio
  4. Firelands
  5. Firelands Pioneers (Copies From)
  6. Flat Rock, Ohio
  7. Follett Family
  8. Follett, Oran
  9. Follett House, Sandusky, Ohio
  10. Fort Sandusky, 1 of 2 folders
  11. Fort Sandusky, 2 of 2 folders
  12. Fortnightly Club, Sandusky, Ohio
  13. Fourth of July, Centennial 1776-1876, Sandusky, Ohio – Song Sheet
  14. Fremont, Ohio, 1 of 3 folders
  15. Fremont, Ohio, 2 of 3 Folders
  16. Fremont, Ohio, 3 of 3 Folders
  17. Frohman, Charles E., 1 of 2 folders
  18. Frohman, Charles E., 2 of 2 folders
  19. Frohman, Charles E. - Biographical Information (Remarks of R. R. Kruse)
  20. Frohman, Charles E. - Correspondence – A-E
  21. Frohman, Charles E. - Correspondence – F-K
  22. Frohman, Charles E. - Correspondence – L-N
  23. Frohman, Charles E. - Correspondence – O-R
  24. Frohman, Charles E. - Correspondence – S
  25. Frohman, Charles E. - Correspondence – T-Z
  26. Frohman, Charles E. - Speeches & Compilations

 

Box 18

 Research Files

  1. Frohman, Daniel – Miscellaneous
  2. Frohman Chemical Company
  3. Frohman Theatre Collection
  4. “Fugitives Escape” A Poem By Francis J. Miles
  5. G – Miscellaneous
  6. Gangware, Edgar B.
  7. Garrick, David
  8. Garrison, John – Autobiography
  9. Gas Broadside
  10. Genessee Chief, Propeller Boat – Establishes Marine Law For Great Lakes
  11. Gibsonburg, Ohio
  12. Giddings, J. R. – Remembrances 1812 War On The Peninsula
  13. Glacial Grooves, Kelley’s Island; See: Kelly’s Island Glacial Grooves
  14. Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky, Ohio, 1 of 2 folders
  15. Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky, Ohio, 2 of 2 folders
  16. Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky, Ohio – Outline of History
  17. Grace Church, Sandusky, Ohio
  18. Grace Church, Sandusky, Ohio – 50th Anniversary History
  19. Grange National & State Patrons Of Husbandry
  20. Great Lakes Exposition, Cleveland, Ohio, 1936
  21. Great Lakes Historical Society
  22. Great Lakes, Romance Of The By J.H. Donahey
  23. Green Springs, Ohio
  24. Grill Meats, Inc., Sandusky, Ohio
  25. Grimes, William H.
  26. H - Miscellaneous
  27. Hamilton, (?)
  28. Hamilton, Frank E.
  29. Harlequins, The
  30. Harper, Rice
  31. Hayes Presidential Center, Fremont, Ohio
  32. Hessville, Ohio
  33. High School, Sandusky
  34. High School, Sandusky – Centennial Reunion
  35. High School, Sandusky – Supplemental Education Center
  36. Himmelein, John A.

 

Box 19

 Research Files

  1. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Clippings
  2. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Company Booklets
  3. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Company History Booklets
  4. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Industry Regulations, Etc.
  5. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Miscellaneous Inner Office, Financial Statements
  6. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Miscellaneous Material
  7. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Oldest Booklets, Etc.
  8. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio - Photographs
  9. Hinde & Dauch Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Stock & Finance
  10. Hommel Wine Company
  11. Hommel Wine Company, Sandusky, Ohio – Booklets, Price Lists, Labels
  12. Hoover, Earl
  13. Hubbard. R. B. & Company (Lumber)
  14. Huron, Ohio
  15. Huron River, Ohio
  16. I – Miscellaneous
  17. Ice Harvesting, Sandusky, Ohio
  18. Indians – American
  19. Indians – Traders
  20. Insurance Rate Book, 1868
  21. Interlake Yachting Association
  22. Invitations
  23. Italian American Beneficial Club, The

 

Box 20

Research Files

  1. Jennings Estate
  2. Johnsnson, Island Autograph Album    (2a. Johnson's Island Autograph Album)
  3. Johnson’s Island – Cemetery
  4. Johnson’s Island – Confederate Plans
  5. Johnson’s Island – “The Early History Of Cedar Point & Johnson’s Island, Ohio” By H. M. Tamm
  6. Johnson’s Island – Diary Of Captain Robert W. Bingham (copy)
  7. Johnson’s Island
  8. Johnson’s Island – Lake Erie Piracy
  9. Johnson’s Island – Lake Erie Piracy Speech, Supporting Papers
  10. Johnson’s Island – Military Prison
  11. J - Miscellaneous
  12. Johnson’s Island –Miscellaneous, 1 of 3 folders
  13. Johnson’s Island –Miscellaneous, 2 of 3 folders                       
  14. Johnson’s Island –Miscellaneous, 3 of 3 folders
  15. Johnson’s Island -“Prisoners Farewell,” Poem By Hicks
  16. Johnson’s Island – Prisoners’ Playbills
  17. Johnson’s Island – Release Of Sandusky Conspirators, Etc.
  18. Johnson’s Island – Resort
  19. Johnson’s Island - Sutler’s Orders & Checks
  20. Johnston, Charles
  21. Junction Railroad
  22. Judson, James C.
  23. Kelley’s Island
  24. Kelley’s Island – Glacial Grooves
  25. Kelley’s Island – Kelley Family & Various Papers
  26. Kelley’s Island – O. N. G. Excursion To Camp Foster
  27. Kilbourne, Hector, Sandusky, Ohio
  28. Kilbourne, James Vs.Wildman, Frederick S. Et Al
  29. King, Edmund B.
  30. Kuebler, Jacob & August
  31. Kuebler Brewing & Malting Company
  32. K – Miscellaneous
  33. Kuebler-Stang Brewing & Malting Company – Stock Certificates; Receipts
  34. Kuebler-Stang Brewing & Malting Company - Stock Certificates #3-29
  35. Kuebler-Stang Brewing & Malting Company - Stock Certificates #31-48
  36. Kuebler-Stang Brewing & Malting Company - Stock Certificates #51-69
  37. Kuebler-Stang Brewing & Malting Company - Stock Certificates #71-89
  38. Kuebler-Stang Brewing & Malting Company - Stock Certificates #90-119
  39. Kuebler-Stang Brewing & Malting Company - Stock Certificates #120-139
  40. Kuebler Stang Brewing & Malting Company - Stock Certificates #140-161
  41. Kugel Bros. Catalog, 1901

 

Box 21

 Research Files

  1. Lake Erie Islands
  2. Lakeside
  3. Lake Charts
  4. Lake Levels 1
  5. Lake Levels 2
  6. Lake Shore Electric Railway Co. (1 of 2 folders)
  7. Lake Shore Electric Railway Co. (2 of 2 folders)
  8. Lane, Ebenezer – Correspondence Columbus & Lake Erie Railroad
  9. Laning, Paul F.
  10. Lasalle & Koch, Sandusky Store
  11. Law Library Association, Erie Co. 1890 – Charter, Constitution, By-Laws
  12. Library-Museum, Sandusky
  13. Lincoln, Abraham
  14. Lockwood Vs. Wildman & Mills (Settling Title To Sandusky)
  15. Lockwood Vs. Wildman Supreme Court Of Ohio, 1844
  16. Lonz Winery – Middle Bass Island
  17. Lorain, Ohio
  18. Love, Donald – Reminiscences
  19. Lyman
  20. Lyme Church
  21. L – Miscellaneous
  22. Mad River & Lake Erie Railroad Company
  23. Mad River Railroad
  24. Maps
  25. Marblehead Lighthouse
  26. Marblehead Peninsula
  27. Mad River Railroad & Subsequent
  28. Margaretta Township (1 of 2 folders)
  29. Margaretta Township (2 of 2 folders)
  30. Marine Engineers Association, Sandusky
  31. Masonic – Eleanor Chapter O.E.S.
  32. Maumee, Ohio
  33. Mayer, Jackie (Miss America, 1963)
  34. Medical Specialist, c1858
  35. Medina, Ohio
  36. Memorial Hospital, Sandusky, Ohio

 

Box 22

Research Files

  1. Men’s Literary Club, Sandusky, Ohio
  2. Merrick, Dr. Byron
  3. Middle Bass Island
  4. Midland Rare Book Company, Mansfield (1 of 2 folders)
  5. Midland Rare Book Company, Mansfield (2 of 2 folders)
  6. Milan Canal
  7. Milan Canal Company
  8. Milan, Ohio (1 of 2 folders)
  9. Milan, Ohio (2 of 2 folders)  (9a. Miller, C.C.)
  10. Milan, Ohio - Butman-Rutherford “Wedding”
  11. Milan, Ohio - Homecoming Programs
  12. Milan, Ohio - Huron Institute, Catalogue 1837/8
  13. Mills, Fannie
  14. Miscellaneous Songs
  15. Monroeville & Sandusky Railroad
  16. Moravians
  17. Moravian Church Archives Vol.8, Envelope 25 Pages 1637-1648 O.H.S. Collection #230
  18. Moravian Church Archives Vol.8, Envelope 25 Pages 1670-1671 O.H.S. Collection #230
  19. Moravian Church Archives Vol.8, Envelope 25 Pages 1742-1743 O.H.S. Collection #230
  20. Moravian Church Archives Vol.8, Envelope 25 Pages1752-1777
  21. Moravian Church Archives Vol.9, Envelope 26 Pages 1796-1857 O.H.S. Collection #230
  22. Morgan Adhesives, Stow, Ohio
  23. Moseley, E.L. (1 of 2 folders)
  24. Moseley, E.L. (2 of 2 folders)
  25. Moseley, E.L. - Sandusky Bay & Cedar Point Formation
  26. Moseley, E.L. - Sandusky Flora
  27. Moseley, E.L. - Writing
  28. Moss National Bank
  29. M – Miscellaneous
  30. McCutchenville, Ohio Inn
  31. McMeens
  32. McMeens, Mrs. R.R.
  33. Navy Depot for Sandusky, Ohio
  34. Newspaper Lists
  35. Newspaper – “Ohio State Journal.”
  36. Newspaper – “Railroad Record” – Oct. 18, 1860
  37. Newspaper – “Sandusky Press” – Sept. 29, 1892 #87
  38. Newspaper – “Commercial Register” - Extra Oct. 25
  39. Newspaper – “Ohio Register” - Dec. 9, 1818
  40. Nes Silicon Steel Co., Sandusky, Ohio.
  41. New Years Pretzels
  42. Niebergall, Ernst
  43. Niebergall, Ernst - Will, Personal Papers
  44. Norman Hall, Sandusky, Ohio
  45. North Bass Island (45a. Norton, Willard)
  46. Northwest Territory
  47. Norwalk, Ohio
  48. N – Miscellaneous
  49. Ohioana Library Association
  50. Ohio Public Service Company
  51. Ohio State Fair, Sandusky, Ohio, 1858 Cattle & Horse Catalog

 

Box 23

Research Files

  1. Oleida, Ohio Lake Erie Island District Association
  2. O-P Craft Company, Inc.
  3. Opera House, Sandusky, Ohio
  4. Opie
  5. O- Miscellaneous
  6. Parker
  7. Peeke, H.L.: Stories of Sandusky
  8. Pelee Island
  9. Pelee Island “Point AV Pelee Island” By Thaddeus Smith
  10. Perkins Township
  11. Perry Monument, Cleveland Dedication Proceedings, 1860
  12. Perry’s Monument - Miscellaneous
  13. Perry’s Monument - Pamphlets
  14. Perry’s Victory Association
  15. Perry’s Victory Centennial Program
  16. Perry’s Victory Centennial Souvenir
  17. Perry’s Victory - Eye Witness Account
  18. Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial, Development Concept
  19. Perry’s Victory Memorial
  20. Perry’s Victory Monument, Sidney Frohman – William Schnoor Property, Abstract
  21. Perry’s Victory - War of 1812 Medals For U.S. Navy Officers
  22. Pioneer Recollections – Robert Baird
  23. Pioneer Recollections – James Bowland
  24. Pioneer Recollections – Caroline Sadler Donahue
  25. Pioneer Recollections - R.H. Harding 1837/8 Sandusky & Area
  26. Pioneer Recollections – Mrs. Sarah Lockwood
  27. Pioneer Recollections – Ludlow: “Dramatic Life As I Found It”
  28. Pioneer Recollections – James B. Walker
  29. Plumbrook Ordinance Works
  30. Plymouth, Ohio
  31. Police, Sandusky, Ohio
  32. Port Clinton, Ohio
  33. Portage Railroad (Penna.)
  34. Portland Township & Portland Flat
  35. Presbyterian Church Sandusky, Ohio
  36. Prout, Dr. Frank
  37. Providence Hospital, Sandusky Ohio
  38. P - Miscellaneous
    

Box 24

 Research Files

  1. Put-in-Bay - Abstract of Title
  2. Put-in- Bay - Caves
  3. Put-in-Bay - Clippings
  4. Put-in-Bay - Hotels
  5. Put-in-Bay - Hotel Victory
  6. Put-in-Bay - Island Air Lines
  7. Put-in-Bay - Islands & Sandusky, Ohio
  8. Put-in-Bay – Property, Correspondence
  9. Put-in-Bay - Miscellaneous
  10. Put-in-Bay - Miscellaneous
  11. Put-in-Bay - Miscellaneous Correspondence
  12. Put-in-Bay - Newspaper – “The Herald”
  13. Interlaken Hotel, Co. – Put-In-Bay Theatre
  14. Quinn, John – Third National Bank
  15. R. – Miscellaneous
  16. Railroads and Railroad Museums
  17. Ramsey, Russell Wilcox
  18. Reed, Judge Charles S.
  19. Register (1 of 2 folders)
  20. Register (2 of 2 folders)
  21. Richland Stone Company Bonds
  22. Rockwell Springs Trout Club
  23. Roosevelt, Blanche (Tucker)
  24. Ryan, C.N. – Ryan Johnson & Company
  25. Sandusky Bay – Early Map & Description, 1789
  26. Sandusky – Boats & Boat Services
  27. Sadowski, Anthony
  28. Sandusky & County Maps
  29. Sandusky – Annual Reports
  30. Sandusky Bay – Survey South Shore 1827; City of Sandusky – Huron County Survey Record, Vol. 1
  31. Sandusky Harbor – Convention January 19,1844
  32. Sandusky – Old Items
  33. Sandusky Tourist Booklets
  34. Sandusky – Views of Sandusky, c 1900-1905
  35. “Sandusky Register” – June 24, 1885 – Industrial Edition
  36. “Sandusky Register” – August 3, 1896 – Industrial Edition
  37. “Sandusky Register” – September 27, 1905 – Industrial Edition
  38. “Sandusky Register/Star News” - November 9, 1956 - Industrial Recognition Special Editions

 

Box 25

 Research Files

  1. Sandusky Ashland & Cochocton RR Co
  2. Sandusky Auto Parts & Motor Truck Co.
  3. Sandusky – Booklet: Fire Department And Public Safety, 1896 Illustrated
  4. Sandusky – Booklet: 1883 Pocket Guide, Sandusky & Lakeside
  5. Sandusky – “Boy with Boot” – “The Unfortunate Boot”
  6. Sandusky – Buildings

     6A Sandusky, Ohio

     6B Sandusky, Ohio

  1. Sandusky – Civil War Days
  2. Sandusky – 1916 Centennial Program
  3. Sandusky Charter
  4. Sandusky C of C booklets
  5. Sandusky Clippings
  6. Sandusky – Education Committees
  7. Sandusky – Fire 1939
  8. Sandusky – Flood July, 1966
  9. Sandusky – Men of Sandusky - 1895
  10. Sandusky – Storm & Flood, July 4, 1972
  11. Sandusky – Storm & Flood, November 14, 1972
  12. Sandusky – Grain Trade Statistics
  13. Sandusky Imprints; Misc. Pamphlets Printed In Sandusky
  14. Sandusky – Kastor Family
  15. Sandusky - Locomotive
  16. Sandusky – Maps
  17. “Sandusky Old Homes” By Helen Hanson 1958/9
  18. Sandusky Business College
  19. Sandusky Development Company; Wyandot Point (Winnebagos), 1917
  20. Sandusky Platter
  21. Sandusky Railroad and Steamship Directory
  22. Sandusky Sewage Treatment Plant
  23. Sandusky Tornado
  24. Sandusky – Washington Park Court House Square, “Legal Opinion On Parking Lot”
  25. Sandusky Industries 1938-1939, 42 listings with index
  26. Sandusky Waterfront – Including Litigation
  27. Sandusky – “Sandusky Area Sesquicentennial, 1818 to 1968”

 

Box 26

Research Files

  1. Sandusky, Ohio – W. H. Millspaugh
  2. Sandusky, Ohio - School History
  3. Sandusky, Ohio - Schools

3A  Sandusky, Ohio - Schools

3B  Sandusky Ohio  -  Schools

  1. Sanitary Paper Bottle Company
  2. Sandusky Foundry & Machine Co.
  3. Sandusky Foundry & Machine Co., Early Financials & Organization
  4. Sandusky Machine & Agricultural Works
  5. Sandusky Mansfield & Newark Railroad
  6. Sandusky Rubber Stamp Works Catalog
  7. Sandusky Tool Company
  8. Sandusky Fremont and Southern Railway Co. 1901-1907
  9. Sandusky, Ohio, Commerce Papers, 1841
  10. Schade Theatre Building
  11. Silas Barton – Street Car Fender
  12. Suction Roll For Gold Recovery
  13. Threading Machine Company
  14. Seebach, Louis J.
  15. Seneca Caverns
  16. Shakers
  17. Sheldon, Dr. Dean
  18. Sloane Vs. Biemiller
  19. Sloane, Rush R.
  20. Sloane, R.R.
  21. Soldiers’ Home
  22. South Shore Christmas Seal Association - Norwalk, Ohio
  23. Spirit of The Lakes
  24. Spore, Arthur M.
  25. Stamps – Commemorative of The Battle of Lake Erie, Sept. 10, 1938
  26. Stang Brewing Company
  27. State Theatre
  28. Steamer – Put-In- Bay
  29. Steuk
  30. Sweet Valley Wine Company
  31. Stubig, Carl H.
  32. Stubig, W.O.
  33. Sinyendeand Club

 

Box 27

 Research Files

  1. Sandusky – Miscellaneous (1 of 2 folders)
  2. Sandusky – Miscellaneous (2 of 2 folders)
  3. S – Miscellaneous
  4. Teachers Institute
  5. Telephone
  6. Tew Family – New London, Ct.
  7. Third National Bank
  8. T- Miscellaneous
  9. Underground Railroad
  10. United States Power Squadrons
  11. U – Miscellaneous
  12. “Vacationland Pilot”
  13. Van Stack, Harry
  14. Venice Mill

  14a. Venice, Ohio

  1. Vermilion – Harbor Town
  2. Vermilion, Ohio
  3. “Vicksburg Daily Citizen” - July 4, 1863
  4. “Vicksburg, Miss. Daily Citizen” - July 2, 1863
  5. Vietzen, Col. Ray
  6. V – Miscellaneous
  7. Wakefield
  8. Wallace, G. D.
  9. Water Works (1 of 2 folders)
  10. Water Works (2 of 2 folders)
  11. Wayne Hotel
  12. Wendt, Gorden
  13. West House
  14. West Virginia Paper Company
  15. Weather Bureau (29a. Weed, James H.)
  16. Western Reserve Historical Society
  17. Western Security Bank
  18. “What? Being A Word Picture of Sandusky, Past & Present”
  19. White, Wallace B.
  20. Wilcox
  21. Wineries
  22. W – Miscellaneous
  23. Yacht Club (1 of 2 folders)
  24. Yacht Club (2 of 2 folders)
  25. YMCA
  26. Y – Miscellaneous
  27. Zistel, Errol H.
  28. Zistel, Louis – Atlantic Pleasure Garden
  29. Zurhorst, Ed. H.
  30. Z - Miscellaneous

                                                                                          

Box 28

 Hinde & Dauch – Prints and Negatives

  1. B.I.E Day – 11/1956
  2. Factory Managers – Put-in-Bay – 1950
  3. H & D Directors – Put-in-Bay – 1950
  4. Awards - Company
  5. Awards - Personnel
  6. Retirees
  7. Family Day
  8. People
  9. Training Class
  10. Package Lab. Managers
  11. Christmas Lighting Contest – 1927
  12. Grace Harbor Lumber Fire, Detroit – 1957
  13. Sales Training and Meetings
  14. Japanese Visit – 1954
  15. Accountants Mtg. - West Virginia Pulp & Paper – 1956
  16. Officers/Managers
  17. Put-In-Bay Financial Group – ca 1940
  18. Portraits & History
  19. Notes & Correspondence removed from Frohman Photographic Files
  20. Sales Floor & Windows Displays
  21. Photos for Personnel Booklet – Sandusky & Others
  22. Individuals in Prints

 

Box 29

 Hinde & Dauch – Negatives

  1. Airplanes
  2. Hinde & Dauch Directors – 1950
  3. Farm Views
  4. Hinde & Dauch Co. – Boxes
  5. Hinde & Dauch Co. – Boxes, etc.
  6. Hinde & Dauch Co. – Open House

 

Box 30        

Tax Duplicates and Censuses

  1. Huron Co. Tax Duplicates – 1817
  2. Huron Co. Tax Duplicates – 1818
  3. Huron Co. Tax Duplicates – City of Sandusky – 1819
  4. Huron Co. Tax Duplicates – 1821
  5. Huron Co. Tax Duplicates – Sandusky – 1821
  6. Huron Co. Tax Duplicates – 1822
  7. Huron Co. Tax Duplicates – Sandusky – 1822
  8. Huron Co. (Sandusky) Deliquent Taxes – 1823
  9. Huron Co. Tax Duplicate (Partial) – 1823
  10. Huron Co. Tax Duplicate (Partial) – 1824
  11. Huron Co. Tax Duplicate (Partial) – 1825
  12. Huron Co. Perkins Twp. (in Sandusky) Census – 1820
  13. Huron Co. Perkins Twp.- Sandusky City – 1820

 

Box 31

Speeches – Charles E. Frohman

  1. American Theatre in the Eighteenth Century
  2. Aviation in Sandusky
  3. The Blue Hole
  4. Cartoons
  5. The False Brotherhood
  6. History of the American Theatre
  7. History Made to Order
  8. Milan Canal
  9. The Moravians
  10. “O! Cursed Spirit!” – Theatre Criticism
  11. Ohio Railroad
  12. Piracy on Lake Erie in Erie County
  13. Sandusky Beginnings
  14. Forts of Sandusky Bay
  15. Title to Firelands
  16. Two Gentleman of Sandusky – (The Rush R. Sloane Story)
  17. Water Street History

 

Albums

  1. Old Sandusky Homes – Newspaper articles and periodical clippings
  2. Northwest Ohio Historical Sites, Buildings, Citizen Portraits (35 mm slides, 801)
  3. Erie Islands – Northwest Ohio – Scenes, Business Sites (35 mm slides, 794)
  4. Put-in-Bay – Old Sandusky (35mm slides, 242)
  5. Ohio Historical Society Sites (35 mm slides, 415)
  6. Northwest Ohio Towns and Villages – Old Sandusky (35 mm slides, 526)
  7. Sandusky, Ohio – Cedar Point, Erie Islands, Aviation, Tornado, Milan, Ohio (35 mm slides, 271)
  8. Middle Bass, Johnson’s & Kelley’s Is., Huron, Rye Beach, Lakeside, & Milan, Ohio (35 mm slides, 516)