OHIO ( selected) Uhlo Governors' Papers
H I S T O R Y
Note to researchers: In 1951, a fire at the Ohio Historical
Society damaged the society's holdings of Ohio Governors' pauers.
Inmediately following the fire, the society microfilmed the papers
dated through 1882. Selected items not filmed in 1951 were filmed
later in 1955 and 1965.
The ( selected) Ohio Governors' Papers available on microfilm as
MIC 999 date from October 1834- 1853, 1860- 1868, 1872- 1876, and
1877- 1882. The papers were filmed in one chronoloaical sequence
and many rolls contain the papers of more than one governor.
Inventories to the collections contained on the microfilm are
filed in the adjacent FISS drawers by the ?? SS numbers listed below.
Rolls 43 and 44 should be checked for missing items of a particular
The papers of ( selected) Ohio governors' available on K C 999 have
not yet been treated by the conservation department. Researchers,
therefore, are requested to use the microfilm when researching
these collections. In the future, these papers will be refilmed
as separate collections.
The following governors' papers
William Allen ( MSS 310)
Charles Anderson ( MSS 334)
Mordecai Bartley ( MSS 299)
Thomas Bartley ( MSS 298)
William Bebb ( FISS 300)
Richard Bishop ( MSS 312)
John Brough ( MSS 307)
Thomas Corwin ( MSS 297)
Jacob Cox ( MSS 308)
should be researched on MIC 999:
William Dennison ( MSS 305)
Seabury Ford ( MSS 301)
Charles Foster ( tlSS 313)
Edward Noyes ( F'ISS 309)
Wilson Shannon ( MSS 296)
David Tod ( MSS 306)
Joseph Vance ( MSS 295)
Reuben Wood ( MSS 302)
Thomas Young ( MSS 311)
MIC 999 is available through interlibrary loan. The papers of
Robert Lucas ( MSS 294) are open for research and also available
for interlibrary loan on rolls 1 and 2.
OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY
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