The Stark County Story ... as Broadcast Over WHBC-WHBC-FM.: pt. 1. Free people at work, 1917-1955. Bibliography (p. 799-821)

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Stark County Historical Society, 1955 - Cities and towns
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Contents

Introductory
1
SCRIPT 232233 Timken Expansion 19111950
21
H H Timken
41
Republic Steel Predecessors at Massilion
55
Central Alloy District Republic Steel Corp
64
Union Drawn Steel Division Republic Steel Corp
81
Truscon Screen Division Republic Steel Corp
88
239 Culvert Division Republic Steel Corp
93
268 Motels of Stark County
384
Shopping Centers
398
Harry Harper Ink
412
25th Anniversary of WHBC
423
SECTION SIX Minority Groups 272 The Jewish Community
430
The Negro Community
452
ItalianAmericans
470
GreekAmericans
487

Griffiths BrothersAlloy Steel Pioneers
97
241242 Hoover Company Expansion 19221952
108
H W Hoover Sr
135
Hercules Motors Corporation
149
Canton Forge Plant Ford Motor Company
160
E W Bliss Company
171
Babcock Printing Press Corporation
179
Ohio FerroAlloys Corporation
185
Ohio Power Company
192
Luntz Iron and Steel Company
205
Morgan Engineering Company Third Generation
213
Babcock Wilcox
221
AllianceWare Inc
236
Reliance Division Eaton Manufacturing Company
243
Massillon Steel Casting Company
253
Canton Art Metal Company and Its Outgrowths
260
SECTION TWO Diversified Industries 257 Enterprise Aluminum Co 19141955
268
Ekco Products Company
272
The Brass and Bronze Industry
277
The Rubber Industry of Stark County
286
Pianos Organs Bells and Gongs
299
SECTION THREE Organized Labor 262 The CIO
307
The Canton Federation of Labor 19361954
322
SECTION FOUR Banks 264 The Dime Savings Bank
345
The Peoples Bank
350
Canton Banking History 18741939
355
SECTION FIVE Some Business Changes 267 The Automobile Age Canton 19171952
360
HungarianAmericans
499
RoumanianAmericans
509
278 CzechoslovakAmericans
521
YugoslavAmericans Croatians Slovenes Serbs
532
PolishAmericans
541
SpanishAmericans of Canton
551
Syrian and LebaneseAmericans
558
The Swiss
574
SECTION SEVEN Home Talent Culture 284 The Canton Art Institute
585
The Players Guild
599
The Canton Symphony Orchestra
610
Canton Civic Opera
627
SECTION EIGHT Educational and Social 288289 Canton School Expansion 19221952
642
Timken Vocational High School
663
Stark County Football Capital
674
CantonAll America City
686
Canton Community ChestUnited Fund
700
Boy Scouts of America
719
Girl Scouts
732
296297 Expansion of the Canton YMCA 19161954
743
The Salvation Army
766
SECTION NINE Suburban 299 Hills and Dales
777
Avondale
784
Genoa
790
BIBLIOGRAPHY
799
INDEX
821
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JSTOR: The Stark County Story, as Told in Radio Broadcasts. Vol ...
The Stark County Story, as Told in Radio Broadcasts. Vol. 1II. Industry Comes o! Age, x9ox-z9x7. By Edward Thornton Heald. Canton, Ohio: The Stark County ...
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Vol. 65, pg 212, Ohio History
The Stark County Story. By Edward Thornton Heald. Volume IV, Part 1, ... on the publication of this fourth volume of The Stark County Story. This ...
publications.ohiohistory.org/ ohstemplate.cfm?action=detail& Page=0065212.html& StartPage=195& EndPage=220& volume=65& new...

Delhi Bridge Historic District
Heald, Edward T., The Stark County Story, Volume 1, Chapter 76: Bridge Builders of Canton and. Massillon, pages 628-630, 1949. ...
ewashtenaw.org/ government/ departments/ planning_environment/ historic_preservation/ delhi_bridge_final_report

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