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Toledo Mayor Collection, 1935 - 1948

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Toledo Mayor History

The city of Toledo was incorporated on January 7, 1837, and in March of that same year the first city elections for mayor and city council were held. The city from that time until 1936 possessed this "strong mayor" form of government, whereby the mayor served as the chief city executive and administrator. In 1933 Socialist-Independent mayoral candidate Solon T. Klotz was elected mayor. The deepening depression and financial crisis in the city caused many Toledoans to believe Klotz incapable of managing the mayor's office. A charter commission was formed in 1934 to amend the city charter so as to change the city's government into a City Manager form of governance. Voters approved the changes that November and starting January 1, 1936, made "the mayor the presiding officer over council with no power of veto, and also making him the ceremonial...head of the city government." This "weak mayor plan" of city government remained until 1992 when the City Manager position was abolished and the "strong mayor plan" of government was reinstated.

List of Toledo Mayors (1934-1950)

YearsMayorParty
1934-1935Solon T. KlotzSocialist-Independent
1936-1939Roy C. StartRepublican
1940-1942John Q. CareyDemocrat-Independent
1943-1947Lloyd E. RouletRepublican
1948-1950Michael V. DiSalleDemocrat

Solon T. Klotz (1866-1948) was a Toledo native who at the age of 16 enlisted in the 16th Ohio National Guard Regiment where he served for five years. At the age of 21 he joined the circus and traveled the country as "The Boy Wonder Musician." After his stint with the circus Klotz became a clerk in the Central Post Office in Toledo where he worked 20 years before commencing to study law at the University of Toledo. He graduated from there in 1903 and that same year passed the state bar examination. He began practicing law in Toledo and also became the leader of the city's Socialist Party. During this time he helped organize the Businessmen's Club which later became the Chamber of Commerce. He tried unsuccessfully for public office, but during the height of the depression won the mayor's seat defeating incumbent Republican Addison Q. Thatcher. Klotz served a "tempestuous 2-year career as Mayor of Toledo." Recall petitions began circulating six months after his election as citizens were upset about the wide scale layoffs of police and fire personnel in Klotz's efforts to balance the city's budget. A charter commission was created and a City Manager form of government was adapted in 1934 to replace the mayor as chief executive and administrative city head. Klotz ran for city council in 1935 but was defeated. Shortly after that he retired from public life.

Roy C. Start (1877-1956) graduated from Ohio Northern University in 1899 and shortly thereafter moved from his home in Bucyrus to Toledo. He became a clerk in a drug store and a year later in 1902 opened his own drug store. Later he opened two more drug stores in the city. In 1935 he was elected to city council and was also elected mayor by the newly rechartered city council. He served as the first mayor under the City Manager government. Two years later he was re-elected to his council position and consequently re-elected mayor. Start announced that he would not seek re-election to a third term on council in 1939.

John Q. Carey (1905-1958) attended Central Catholic High School where he graduated class valedictorian in 1923. Following graduation he attended the University of Norte Dame where he went to law school. He graduated from there in 1927 and returned to Toledo to practice law. In 1932, at the age of 26, he was elected to the state legislature and served on the Banks and Banking Committee, the Building and Loan Committee and the Taxation Committee. Four years later he was elected to Toledo's City Council where he became chairmen of the Public Utilities Committee. In 1940 Carey was elected mayor at the age of 34 and became the youngest mayor in Toledo's history. During his mayoral administration he oversaw the city's switch from the Maumee River filtration plant to the Lake Erie water supply. He also, headed the organization for defense aid following the outbreak of World War II, served as vice president of the Ohio League of Municipalities, and attended as a delegate to the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Carey resigned the mayor's position on November 9, 1942, to become judge of the Common Pleas Court. He was re-elected to that position in 1944, 1950 and 1956. He was still holding the judgeship when he died abruptly on January 6, 1958 at the age of 52 due to cancer.

Lloyd E. Roulet (1891-1985) began his political career in 1939 when he was elected to city council. From that time forth he served 18 consecutive years. In 1942 when John Q. Carey resigned Roulet was elevated to the mayor's position and continued to hold that position until 1948. In that year Michael DiSalle defeated him by a 5-4 vote. The same vote defeated Roulet in 1950 to Ollie Czelusta, but he accepted the vice mayor's position. In 1952 he regained the mayor's office receiving six votes. During his two terms as mayor Roulet helped form the Board of Community Relations and the Labor-Management Citizens' Committee. He was an avid supporter of the City Manager position and did everything he could to strengthen and improve that office. Roulet was also a major player in the development of the Toledo Express Airport. In 1957 Roulet retired from council to continue management of the Roulet Company, which manufactured jewelry in the City of Toledo. In 1959, though, he became president of the Toledo City Manager League. Roulet was known as "Mr. Toledo Mason" by many because he was an active and long time member of the Masons until his death in 1985.

Michael V. DiSalle (1908-1981) came to Toledo when he was just three years old. DiSalle graduated from Central Catholic High School and put himself through Georgetown University where he graduated in 1931 with a law degree. He served in the Ohio House in 1937 and was defeated for an Ohio Senate seat in 1938. He then worked as an assistant city law director until his election to city council in 1941. In 1943 he became vice-mayor and in 1947 was elected to the mayoral position. While on council he attended a record 367 consecutive council meetings. During his time in the mayor's position DiSalle initiated the city payroll-income tax which helped make the city of Toledo debt free. In 1948 he started the nationwide "Letters for Democracy" campaign that encouraged Italian-Americans to write to Italians in favor of democracy. This campaign has been credited to preventing a Communist electoral victory in the 1948 Italian elections. He also served as chairmen of the advisory board of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. In 1950 he resigned to become Director of Price Stabilization in Washington D.C. In 1956 he ran for governor of the state of Ohio and was defeated by C. William O'Neill. Two years later he ran again and was elected to a four year term. He ran for re-election in 1962 but was defeated by James A. Rhodes. DiSalle remained active in politics until his death in 1981.

Scope and Content

The Toledo Mayor collection consists of nine and a third cubic feet of material. The collection spans from the years 1935 to 1948, as specified in the box/folder inventory. The collection contains various correspondence of the Mayor to the departmental directors, divisional heads, private citizens, city councilmen and vise-versa. The collection is organized first by the mayoral administration and then alphabetically.

The collection though has its deficiencies, as some years of the mayoral administration are missing in their entirety or are only partially present. The following is a mayor break down and evaluation of the collection:

  • Solon T. Klotz (1934-1935), Missing
  • Roy C. Start (1936-1939), Partial
  • John Q. Carey (1940-1942), Complete
  • Lloyd E. Roulet (1943-1947), Only 1942
  • Michael V. DiSalle (1948-1950), Only 1948

A complete year does not exclude the possibility that certain and various folders are missing. This just surmises that for the most part that year is complete compared to other years listed as partial, where there are obvious missing folders. The only documents for Mayor Lloyd E. Roulet are those 1942 documents carried over from his predecessor Mayor John Q. Carey. Mayor Michael V. DiSalle's papers only include the year 1948, as the other two years are missing from the collection.

A researcher studying governmental functions, the history of the city of Toledo or mayoral administrations in Toledo would find the documents in this collection very useful for their research project. This collection serves as a complement collection to the Toledo City Manager Collection in the subjects and materials covered.

This collection was organized by Stephen W. Badenhop, July 2007.

Inventory

Box 1 - Mayor: Solon T. Klotz/Roy C. Start

Folder

  1. Proclamations, 1935
  2. Correspondence, 1936
  3. Correspondence, 1937
  4. Correspondence, 1938
  5. Correspondence (Jan.-Jun.), 1939
  6. Correspondence (Jul.-Dec.), 1939
  7. Correspondence, 1940
  8. Housing, 1939

Box 2 - Mayor: Roy C. Start

Folder

  1. Invitations, 1936
  2. Invitations, 1937
  3. Invitations, 1938
  4. Invitations, 1939
  5. Proclamations, 1936-1939
  6. St. Lawrence Tidewater Association, 1937-1939
  7. Toledo Centennial Celebration (1937), 1936-1937
  8. Worker's Alliance of Lucas County, 1939

Box 3 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. "A" Correspondence [American Bureau for Medical Aid to China Inc., American Legion, American Federation of Labor, American Red Cross, American Society for Public Administration, American Palestine Committee], 1940-1942
  2. American Legion Convention, 1940
  3. American Heroes Day, 1942
  4. Annexation Committee File, 1942
  5. Army War Show, 1942
  6. "B" Correspondence [War in Europe Papers, Boy Scouts, Anti-Cancer Club, Mt. Zion Baptist Church], 1940-1942
  7. "C" Correspondence [Army Recruitment, United China Relief, Council of Social Agencies, Prince Adam Czartoryski trying to sell his World War I car to the City of Toledo], 1940-1942
  8. Cherry Street Civic Club, 1939-1940
  9. City Manager League, 1940
  10. County Commissioners, 1940
  11. Citizens Waterworks Dedication Committee, 1941
  12. Coal Stocking Committee, 1942
  13. Congratulatory Letters - Election, 1941
  14. Congratulatory Letters - Re-election, 1942
  15. Council, 1940-1942
  16. Council - Ordinance Draft Notices, 1942
  17. Council - Ordinances, 1941
  18. Council - Resolutions, 1941
  19. "D" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  20. Defense - Advisory Committee [Statistics on National Defense Program, Contracts & Expenditures, Newspaper Clippings, Toledo Industrial Union Council, National Defense Advisory Commission, 1940-1941

Box 4 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. Defense - Aluminum Collection, 1941
  2. Defense - Bulletins, 1941
  3. Defense - Industrial Committee, 1940-1941
  4. "E" Correspondence ["Decentralization," Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, East Toledo Club], 1940-1942
  5. Emblem of Honor Association, 1942
  6. Expense Accounts, 1940-1942
  7. "F" Correspondence [Army Corps, Fire Alarm System, Funeral Home], 1940-1942
  8. Fair Rent, 1942
  9. Finance Department - Auditor, 1940-1942
  10. Finance Department - City Manager's Monthly Report, 1941
  11. Finance Department - Long Range Finance Program, 1940
  12. Finance Department - Operating Revenue Statement, 1942
  13. Finance Department-Budget Control Office - Budget, 1940-1941
  14. Finance Department-Purchase & Supply Division, 1940-1942
  15. Finance Department-Treasury Division, 1942
  16. Finance Department-Treasury Division - Assessment Notices, 1941
  17. Finance Department-Treasury Division - Board of Revision of Assessments Meetings, 1940-1942
  18. Finance Department-Treasury Division - Licenses & Assessments, 1937-1942
  19. Finnish Relief Committee, 1940
  20. Flag Week, 1941-1942
  21. "G" Correspondence [Good Neighbor Day, Medical Aid to Greece], 1940-1942
  22. Garage - Motor Equipment Report, 1940
  23. Greater Toledo War Chest, 1942

Box 5 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. "H" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  2. Housing, 1940-1942
  3. Health - Board of Health Bulletins, 1941-1942
  4. Health - Board of Health Creation, 1940
  5. Health - Board of Health Reports, 1941
  6. Health - Correspondence, Complaints & Miscellaneous [Public Health in the City of Toledo from 1838 to 1942], 1940-1942
  7. Health - Municipal Hospital Site Proposal, 1941
  8. "I" Correspondence [Industrial Resources Corporation], 1940-1942
  9. Introduction Letters, 1940-1942
  10. Invitations - Accepted, 1940
  11. Invitations - Accepted (Jan.-May), 1941
  12. Invitations -Accepted (Jun.-Dec.), 1941

Box 6 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. Invitations - Accepted (Jan.-May), 1942
  2. Invitations - Accepted (Jun.-Dec.), 1942
  3. Invitations - Conventions to be held in Toledo, 1941
  4. Invitations - Declined (Jan.-May), 1941
  5. Invitations - Declined (Jun.-Dec.), 1941
  6. Invitations - Declined, 1942
  7. Invitations - Pan American Congress of Municipalities, 1941
  8. "J" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  9. Job Applications, 1940-1942
  10. "K" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  11. "L" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  12. Labor Matters, 1940
  13. Law Department, 1940-1942
  14. Legislation, 1940-1942
  15. Lucas County Citizenship Council, 1941

Box 7 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. "M" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  2. Municipal Court, 1940
  3. Municipal Finance Officer's Association, 1940
  4. "N" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  5. National Defense Correspondence, 1940
  6. Naval Training Station Site Proposal, 1942
  7. Navy Day, 1942
  8. Navy Miscellaneous, 1942
  9. Navy Relief Campaign, 1942
  10. New York City, 1940
  11. New York World's Fair, 1940
  12. "O" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  13. Ohio League of Municipalities, 1940-1941
  14. Ohio League of Municipalities, 1941-1942
  15. Ohio Safety Congress, 1941
  16. "P" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  17. Personnel, 1940-1942
  18. President's Birthday Ball Committee, 1942
  19. Proclamations, 1940
  20. Proclamations, 1941

Box 8 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. Proclamations, 1942
  2. Public Safety Department, 1940-1942
  3. Public Safety Department - FBI, 1941
  4. Public Safety Department - Labor Disputes, 1940
  5. Public Safety Department - National Safety Council, 1941
  6. Public Safety Department - Toledo Safety Council, 1940-1942
  7. Public Safety Department-Fire Division, 1940-1942
  8. Public Safety-Fire Division Department-National Board of Fire Underwriters, 1941
  9. Public Safety Department-Inspection Division, 1940-1942
  10. Public Safety Department-Police Division, 1940-1942
  11. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Personnel, 1940
  12. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Police Pension Board, 1940-1942
  13. Public Safety Department-Police Division - School Police, 1940
  14. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic, 1940-1941
  15. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic, 1942
  16. Public Service Department - Community Traction Company, 1940-1942
  17. Public Service Department - Personnel, 1940
  18. Public Service Department - Proposed Municipal Marina, 1940
  19. Public Service Department - Proposed State Bathing Beach & Beach Erosion Study, 1940-1942
  20. Public Service Department - Telephone System, 1941
  21. Public Service Department-Airport Division, 1940-1942
  22. Public Service Department-Airport Division - Bulletin & Questionnaire - National Guard Air Squadron Proposal, 1940

Box 9 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. Public Service Department-Airport Division - Citizens Airport Dedication Committee, 1941
  2. Public Service Department-Airport Division - Citizens Airport Dedication Committee, 1941
  3. Public Service Department-Airport Division - New Aviation Parts Plant, 1941-1942
  4. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division, 1940-1942
  5. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Bancroft Grade Separation, 1940-1942
  6. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Electric, 1940-1941
  7. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Electric, 1942
  8. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Gas, 1940
  9. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Gas, 1941-1942
  10. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Real Estate Section, 1940-1942
  11. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - St. Lawrence Seaway Project, 1940
  12. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - St. Lawrence Seaway Project, 1941-1942
  13. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Street Lighting, 1940-1941
  14. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Street Lighting Requests, 1939-1940

Box 10 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division, 1940-1942
  2. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division - Haverhill Bridge, 1940
  3. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division - Mooring Basin, 1940
  4. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division - Ottawa River Bridge, 1938-1940
  5. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division - State Bridge Commission, 1940-1941
  6. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division - Toledo Port & Harbor Commission, 1940-1942
  7. Public Service Department-Markets & Auditorium Division - Civic Auditorium, 1940-1942
  8. Public Service Department-Markets & Auditorium Division - Markets, 1940
  9. Public Service Department-Sewage Disposal Division, 1941
  10. Public Service Department-Street Division, 1940-1941
  11. Public Service Department-Street Division, 1940-1941
  12. Public Service Department-Street Division, 1942
  13. Public Service Department-Street Division - Correspondence & Complaints, 1940
  14. Public Service Department-Street Division - Correspondence & Complaints, 1940

Box 11 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. Public Service Department-Street Division - Dumps, 1940-1941
  2. Public Service Department-Street Division - Garbage Collection, 1941-1942
  3. Public Service Department-Street Division - Rubbish Collection, 1941-1942
  4. Public Service Department-Street Division - Weed Cutting, 1940-1942
  5. Public Service Department-Water Division, 1940-1942
  6. Public Service Department-Water Division - Insurance, 1941
  7. Public Service Department-Water Division - Lake Erie Water Supply Project, 1940-1942
  8. Public Welfare Department, 1940-1941
  9. Public Welfare Department - Personnel, 1941
  10. Public Welfare Department-Cemeteries Division, 1940
  11. Public Welfare Department-Forestry Division, 1940-1942
  12. Public Welfare Department-House of Correction - Beach House, 1940-1941
  13. Public Welfare Department-House of Correction - Welfare Farm, 1940
  14. Public Welfare Department-Parks Division, 1940-1942
  15. Public Welfare Department-Poor Relief Division, 1940-1942
  16. Public Welfare Department-Poor Relief Division - Cotton Stamp Plan, 1941
  17. Public Welfare Department-Poor Relief Division - Food Stamp Plan, 1940
  18. Public Welfare Department-Poor Relief Division - Miscellaneous, 1940-1942
  19. Public Welfare Department-Poor Relief Division - Personnel, 1942
  20. Public Welfare Department-Poor Relief Division - Reports & Statistics, 1940
  21. "Q" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  22. "R" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  23. Radio Show, 1942
  24. "S" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  25. State and National Convention of the Fraternal Order of Police, 1941

Box 12 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. Supreme Court 150th Anniversary, 1940
  2. "T" Correspondence [Toledo Symphony Orchestra, Toledo Community Chest], 1940-1942
  3. Toledo Advertising Club, 1940
  4. Toledo Baseball Club, 1940-1942
  5. Toledo Citizens Naval Recruiting Committee, 1942
  6. Toledo Chamber of Commerce, 1942
  7. Toledo Community Chest, 1940
  8. Toledo Convention Bureau, 1940
  9. Toledo Council of Social Agencies, 1942
  10. Toledo University, 1940
  11. "U" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  12. United States Conference of Mayors, 1940
  13. United States Conference of Mayors, 1941
  14. United States Conference of Mayors, 1942
  15. United States Conference of Mayors - New York, 1940
  16. United States Conference of Mayors - St. Louis, 1941

Box 13 - Mayor: John Q. Carey

Folder

  1. United States Conference of Mayors - Ottawa, 1942
  2. United States Conference of Mayors - Washington D.C., 1942
  3. United States Weather Bureau, 1941
  4. United States Savings Bonds & Stamps, 1942
  5. "V" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  6. "W" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  7. War Department, 1942
  8. Welch, 1940
  9. Works Progress Administration (WPA), 1940-1942
  10. Works Progress Administration (WPA) - Advisory Committee, 1941
  11. Works Progress Administration (WPA) - Applications, 1940-1941
  12. Works Progress Administration (WPA) - Stone Quarry Operations, 1940
  13. "XYZ" Correspondence, 1940-1942
  14. Zoning, 1940-1941

Box 14 - Mayor: Lloyd E. Roulet

Folder

  1. "A" Correspondence, 1942
  2. "Army Advisory Committee, 1946-1947
  3. "B" Correspondence, 1942
  4. Community Relations Board - Interracial Committee, 1943-1947
  5. Community Relations Board - Minutes, 1944-1947
  6. Community Relations Board - Organization & Appointments, 1943
  7. Community Relations Board - Race Relations, 1944-1947
  8. Congratulatory Letters, 1942
  9. Council - Ordinance Draft Notices, 1942
  10. Health, 1942
  11. Health - Miscellaneous, 1942
  12. Invitations - Accepted, 1942
  13. Invitations - Declined, 1942
  14. "N" Correspondence, 1942
  15. Personnel, 1942
  16. Proclamations, 1942
  17. Public Safety Department-Police Division, 1942
  18. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic, 1942
  19. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - St. Lawrence Seaway Project, 1942
  20. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division - Toledo Port & Harbor Commission, 1942-1943
  21. "R" Correspondence, 1942
  22. "T" Correspondence, 1942
  23. Toledo Chamber of Commerce, 1942

Box 15 - Mayor: Michael V. DiSalle

Folder

  1. "A" Correspondence, 1948
  2. American Municipal Association, 1948
  3. Aquarama Festival, 1948
  4. Army Advisory Committee, 1948
  5. "B" Correspondence, 1948
  6. Board of Elections - Abstract of Votes for Court Judges, 1948
  7. "C" Correspondence, 1948
  8. Chicago Railroad Fair, 1948
  9. CIO Tax Program, 1948
  10. City Manager Government, 1948
  11. Civic Appreciation Dinner - Accepted Invitations 1948
  12. Civic Appreciation Dinner - Declined Invitations 1948
  13. Civil Rights Program, 1948
  14. Clean-Up/Paint-Up Program, 1948
  15. Clippings File, 1948
  16. Community Relations Board, 1948
  17. Community Relations Board - Annual Report, 1948
  18. Community Relations Board - Minutes, 1948
  19. Community Relations Board - Organization & Appointments, 1948
  20. Crank Letters, 1948

Box 16 - Mayor: Michael V. DiSalle

Folder

  1. Council, 1948
  2. Council - Committees, 1948
  3. Council -Daylight Savings Time, 1948
  4. Council - Mayor's Attendance Record, 1948
  5. "D" Correspondence, 1948
  6. Dunkirk, New York Conference, 1948
  7. "E" Correspondence, 1948
  8. "F" Correspondence, 1948
  9. Finance Department, 1947-1948
  10. Finance Department, 1947-1948
  11. Finance Department - Auditor, 1948
  12. Finance Department - Municipal Garage, 1948
  13. Finance Department-Purchase & Supply Division, 1948
  14. Finance Department-Taxation Division - Admission Tax, 1948
  15. Finance Department-Taxation Division - Moore Plan in New York - State Collected Taxes, 1948
  16. Finance Department-Taxation Division - Payroll Tax, 1948
  17. Finance Department-Taxation Division - Payroll Tax Inquires, 1948
  18. Finance Department-Proposed Payroll Tax Amendment 1948
  19. Finance Department-Treasury Division - Bond Retirement Fund, 1948
  20. Finance Department-Treasury Division - Investment Programs, 1948
  21. Finance Department-Treasury Division - Licenses & Assessments, 1948
  22. Flower Show, 1948
  23. Food Committee, 1948
  24. Friendship Train, 1948

Box 17 - Mayor: Michael V. DiSalle

Folder

  1. Freedom Train, 1948
  2. Freedom Train, 1948
  3. "G" Correspondence, 1948
  4. "H" Correspondence, 1948
  5. Health, 1948
  6. Health - Bulletins, 1948
  7. Health - Meetings & Minutes, 1948
  8. Housing, 1947-1948
  9. Housing - Board, 1948
  10. Housing - Cain-Bricker Mutual Low Rent Housing Bill, 1948
  11. "I" Correspondence, 1947-1948
  12. Infantile Paralysis Drive - March of Dimes Program, 1948
  13. International City Managers' Association, 1948
  14. International Union of Cities, 1948
  15. Interstate Highway Program, 1948
  16. Invitations - Accepted, 1948
  17. Invitations - Accepted, 1948
  18. Invitations - Conventions in Toledo, 1948

Box 18 - Mayor: Michael V. DiSalle

Folder

  1. Invitations - Declined, 1948
  2. Invitations - Out of Town, 1948
  3. "J" Correspondence, 1948
  4. Juvenile Delinquency Program, 1948
  5. "K" Correspondence, 1948
  6. "L" Correspondence, 1948
  7. Labor-Management Citizens' Committee, 1945-1946
  8. Labor-Management Citizens' Committee, 1947-1948
  9. Labor-Management Citizens' Committee - Annual Reports, 1947-1948
  10. Law Department, 1948
  11. Legislative Meetings, 1948
  12. Letter Writing Committee [Letters for Democracy Committee, Preservation of Democratic Rule in Europe, Italian Elections 4/18/1948], 1948
  13. "M" Correspondence, 1948
  14. Marshall Plan, 1948
  15. Municipal League of Toledo, 1948
  16. "N" Correspondence, 1948
  17. "O" Correspondence, 1948

Box 19 - Mayor: Michael V. DiSalle

Folder

  1. Ohio Association of Cities, 1947-1948
  2. Ohio Association of Cities, 1948
  3. Ohio League of Municipalities, 1948
  4. Organization Charts, 1948
  5. "P" Correspondence, 1948
  6. Personnel, 1948
  7. Personnel - Director, 1948
  8. Personnel - Job Evaluation Board, 1948
  9. Personnel - Salary Schedules, 1948
  10. Plan Commission, 1948
  11. Proclamations, 1948
  12. Public Safety Department, 1948
  13. Public Safety Department - Fire & Police Pension Board, 1948
  14. Public Safety Department-Fire & Police Alarm Division, 1948
  15. Public Safety Department-Fire Division, 1948
  16. Public Safety Department-Fire Division - Personnel, 1948
  17. Public Safety Department-Inspection Division, 1948
  18. Public Safety Department-Inspection Division - Personnel, 1948
  19. Public Safety Department-Inspection Division - Smoke & Dust Inspector, 1948
  20. Public Safety Department-Inspection Division - Toledo Municipal Building Code, 1948
  21. Public Safety Department-Police Division, 1948
  22. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Personnel, 1948
  23. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic, 1948
  24. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic - Bicycles Paths along Anthony Wayne Trail, 1948
  25. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic - Load Limits, 1948
  26. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic - Parking Survey, 1948

Box 20 - Mayor: Michael V. DiSalle

Folder

  1. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic - Parking Survey Findings, 1948
  2. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic - Parking Survey Report, Fort Worth, Texas, 1948
  3. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic - Toledo Safety Council, 1948
  4. Public Safety Department-Police Division - Traffic Code, 1948
  5. Public Service Department - Community Traction Company, 1948
  6. Public Service Department - Federal Aid Highway Act, 1948
  7. Public Service Department - Federal Works Agency, 1948
  8. Public Service Department-Airport Division, 1948
  9. Public Service Department-Airport Division - Miscellaneous, 1948
  10. Public Service Department-Airport Division - Stitt Farm Protests, 1948
  11. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division, 1948
  12. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Council's Right-of-Way Committee, 1948
  13. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Electric, 1948
  14. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Gas, 1948
  15. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Personnel, 1948
  16. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Real Estate Section, 1948
  17. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Real Estate Section - Annexations, 1948
  18. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - St. Lawrence Association, 1948
  19. Public Service Department-Engineering & Construction Division - Street Lighting, 1948
  20. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division 1948
  21. Public Service Department-Harbor & Bridges Division - Port Commission, 1948
  22. Public Service Department-Markets & Auditorium Division, 1948
  23. Public Service Department-Sewage Disposal Division - Toledo Area Sanitary District, 1948
  24. Public Service Department-Sewage Disposal Division - Flood Conditions (Sanitary Survey) Pollutions, 1948

Box 21 - Mayor: Michael V. DiSalle

Folder

  1. Public Service Department-Street Division, 1948
  2. Public Service Department-Street Division - Complaints, 1948
  3. Public Service Department-Street Division - Complaints, 1948
  4. Public Service Department-Street Division - Dumps, 1948
  5. Public Service Department-Street Division - Garbage Collection, 1948
  6. Public Service Department-Street Division - Personnel, 1948
  7. Public Service Department-Street Division - Rubbish Collection, 1948
  8. Public Service Department-Street Division - Weed Cutting, 1948
  9. Public Service Department-Water Division, 1948
  10. Public Service Department-Water Division - Water Shed Project, 1948
  11. Public Welfare Department - Personnel, 1948
  12. Public Welfare Department-Forestry Division, 1948
  13. Public Welfare Department-House of Correction, 1948
  14. Public Welfare Department-Parks Division, 1948
  15. Public Welfare Department-Poor Relief Division, 1948
  16. Public Service Department-Recreation Division, 1948
  17. "R" Correspondence, 1948
  18. Railroad Racket, 1948
  19. Rent Advisory Board, 1948
  20. Rodent Control, 1948
  21. "S" Correspondence, 1948
  22. Speeches & Addresses, 1948
  23. "T" Correspondence, 1948
  24. Toledo Chamber of Commerce, 1948
  25. Toledo University, 1948

Box 22 - Mayor: Michael V. DiSalle

Folder

  1. United Nations, 1948
  2. United Nations - Appeal for Children, 1948
  3. United States Conference of Mayors, 1948
  4. United States Conference of Mayors, 1948
  5. United States Conference of Mayors, 1948
  6. United States Conference of Mayors, 1948
  7. United States Conference of Mayors - New York, 1947-1948
  8. "V" Correspondence, 1948
  9. Veterans Affair Committee, 1947-1948
  10. "W" Correspondence, 1948
  11. War Memorial, 1948
  12. "XYZ" Correspondence, 1948

 

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