The Margaret M. Perry Memorial Endowment Fund was established on December 28, 1988 by Dr. Richard Perry to "support the development of the collection of materials related to the Magyar-Hungarian people, their history and their culture." The scope of the collection spans History, Literature, Art, and reference works. A virtual exhibit and catalog has been created in 2011, and this can be accessed here: https://www.utoledo.edu/library/virtualexhibitions/mppcoll/ but all future development will continue on the Margaret M. Perry Memorial Endowment Collection Libguide.
Arjun Sabharwal, MA, MLIS
Professor / Digital Initiatives Librarian
CL 5036,Mail Stop 509
The Ward M. Canaday Center has housed over 300 work on the various subject areas:
Archaeology (some under Arts, others under Social Sciences and History); Architecture (under Arts); Art (Fine and Folk Art); Ethnology-ethnography (under Social Sciences); Folklore (under Literature); Geography (under Social Sciences);Government and politics (under History); History and auto/biography; Literature: poetry, novels, and Literary criticism; Music (Folk and art music) (under Arts); Philosophy (under Literature); Religion (under Literature); and Theatre and Film (under Literature)