MSS 725 OW80 Ohio Vocational Association, H I S T O R Y
1 cubic foot
Provenance: The Ohio Historical Society acquired the Ohio Voca-tional
Association, Inc., Records, as a gift of the association
through the auspices of the executive director, Jack Freeh, in
October 1980. Paula Williams prepared the preliminary inventory
in December 1980.
Property rights: The Ohio Historical Society owns the property
rights to this collection.
Copyrights: The Ohio Vocational Association, Inc., has dedicated
such copyrights as it possesses in these papers to the public.
Consideration of all other copyrights is the responsibility of
the author and publisher.
Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations
of the Ohio Historical Society.
Citation: Researchers are requested to cite collection name,
collection number, and the Ohio Historical Society in all footnote
and bibliographic references.
Organizational sketch: The Ohio Vocational Association, Inc., was
founded in 1921 to promote vocational education by providing infor-mation
to the public and to present and discuss problems relating
to vocational education.
Source: The Ohio Vocational Association, Inc., Records, MSS 725,
The Ohio Historical Society.
Scope and content: The Ohio Vocational Association, Inc., Xecords,
consist of one cubic foot of materialdating 1956 to 1977. For
information on the association's history prior to 1962 see A History
of The Ohio Vocational Association, Inc. Minutes of the associa-tion,
1963- 1970, and board of directors, 1971- 1975, are comprehen-sive
and include legislative and standing committees, treasurer,
membership, and executive director reports. Board minutes for 1971
and 1972 are missing. The public relations committee minutes and
O. V. A.' s newsletter, The Messenger, highlight the association's
activities from 1968 to 1974.
Box Folder Description
Ohio Vocational Association Minutes
0x10 ElSTORICAL SOCIETY
1982 Velma Avenue, Columbus, Ollio 43211- 2497 PI?: 614.2972100 in: 614297.2411
www. ohiohistoiy. org
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