Papers, 1830-1923.


Papers, 1830-1923.

Correspondence; material pertaining to the administration and operation of the county recorder's office; campaign and election material; pocket journals; bank books; diaries (1872-1918), including diaries of Emma Paul (1876-1904); biographical information and resumes; miscellaneous memo and account books re: the Toledo & Western Railway; certificates; research notes and histories, addresses, speeches and essays re: Akron and Summit County, the Civil War, the discovery of oil in Pennsylvania, and Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; newsclippings and printed material re: the Torrens system of land title and registration; survey blueprints and blueprints re: railroad improvements, gradings and slopes; railroad maps and blueprint maps of townships in Ohio and Indiana; Ohio and Indiana railroad profile scale drawings and an analysis of the Akron & Newcastle Railroad; an 1875 atlas of Wabash County, Indiana; newspaper clippings on the benefits of road improvements; and, a scrapbook pertaining to World War I. Included is a run of the periodical, Land registration, journal of the Torrens Land Title Registration League.

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