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Catalog Number 2012.024.051
Title Biographies - Early Days of Barberton, compiled by H. Donna Gonser
Collection Local History Room Vertical File
Scope & Content Materials include a photocopy of biographies of early Barbertonians compiled by H. Donna Gonser.

Local History Room staff have collected newspaper clippings and miscellaneous ephemera on various subjects regarding Barberton history and nearby history for over 30 years. These materials have been organized and stored by subject in folders in a vertical file. This collection continues to evolve as new materials are added.
Copyrights Photocopies can be made by researchers for a small fee. It is the sole responsibility of the researcher to ensure that all copyright laws are being complied with. Researchers who wish to make photograph reproductions should enquire with the Local History Librarian for photograph reproduction policies and procedures.
Access Conditions The records are open to the public for viewing during the posted open hours of the Local History Room with no restrictions.
Object Name Scrapbook
Accession number 2012.024
People Alcorn, Harry W.
Austin, Arthur O.
Bittikoffer, John E.
Brotsman, Frank H.
Collette, G.M.
Corey, F.B.
Crites, Ellsworth F.
Davis, John R.
Decker, S.A.
Edwards, John W.
Etling, B.O.
Everett, L.Y.
Everhard, Oliver D.
Fiscus, Ira W.
Frace, Henry B.
Galt, Hugh A.
Helman, Alfred John
Henry, Albert Reed
Hickman, Forrest M.
Hoffman, Samuel
Hunter, Charles A.
Johns, Herman H.
Jones, Robert W.
Kirk, J.J.
Lea, J.B.
Light, U.L.
Long, R.E. "Dick"
Longnecker, E.S.
Mansfield, W.A.
Mitchell, William S.
Morris, Henry G.
Rock, Anthony
Prentiss, Milton H.
Richberger, Morris
Richert, George
Rudd, Harry A.
Weller, Fred M.
Sadler, C.R.
St. John, George W.
Seiberling, Gus
Seiberling, Frank A.
Seiberling, Nathan
Weisberger, Harry
Weigand, Frank J.
Walker, N.R.
Werner, Lewis A.
Witner, William A.
Woodward, Harry E.
Wyre, Russell E.
Yoder, Menno Simon
Search Terms Barberton
Subjects History