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Checklist of Major Research-in-Progress

and Completed Masters and Doctors

Degrees on Topics Relating to Ohio*






ARNOLD, GARY J., An Inventory to the Microfilm Edition of the Washington Gladden

Papers at the Ohio Historical Society. MSS Processor, Ohio Hist. Society.

CHACE, LAURA L. and ALICE M. VESTAL, Guide to Manuscripts at the Cincinnati Historical

Society. Librarians, Cincinnati Hist. Society.

DITTBRENNER, CURTIS H. and PAUL D. YON, Guide to County and Municipal Government

Records in Ohio. Archives Specialists, Ohio Hist. Society.

FULLER, SARA S., A Guide to Research Materials on Ohio Black History. MSS Specialist,

Ohio Hist. Society.

GATHERUM, PATRICIA B., A Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations on Ohio History. Re-

ference Specialist, Ohio Hist. Society.

GRABOWSKI, JOHN J., A Bibliography of Ethnic History Sources in the Western Reserve

Historical Society. Ethnic Project Coordinator, Western Reserve Hist. Society.

GUTGESELL, STEPHEN C. and PAUL F. HILL, A Union Bibliography of Ohio Newspapers

Available in Ohio. Newspaper Specialists, Ohio Hist. Society.

HEDLIN, EDIE M. with FRED L. HONHART and WILLIAM G. MYERS, Three separate archives

manuals for Business Records, Church Records, and Organizational Records.

Archives staff, Ohio Hist. Society.


ment Archives at the Ohio Historical Society. Archives staff, Ohio Hist. Society.

KENNY, BARBARA, A Guide to the Photograph and Print Collection of Western Reserve

Historical Society. Picture Specialist, Western Reserve Hist. Society.

LARGE, JOHN J., JR., A Guide to the Manuscripts in the Shaker Collection at the Western

Reserve Historical Society. Research Specialist, Western Reserve Hist. Society.


*This is the second checklist (see Autumn 1969 issue of Ohio History for the first list) of a

periodic series that will be published annually in Ohio History. This 1971 list includes 191 entries

(110 books and 81 doctoral dissertations) compared with the 1969 total of 116 entries (59 books

and 57 doctoral dissertations).

The data has been compiled with the aid of staff members of the Ohio Historical Society, from

records of patron registration at the eight libraries comprising the Ohio Network of American

History Research Centers, from mail and telephone reference inquiries, from published research-

in-progress lists in professional journals, and from information solicited from professors at Ohio's

fifteen history graduate universities.

Revisions, corrections, and additions should be directed to the compiler, Reference Specialist,

Ohio Historical Society, for inclusion in the next checklist.