Fam. Family and Personal Papers
Found in 190 Collections and/or Records:
The Florence Brown Diaries consist of eight diaries kept by a young middle-class Dayton woman in the 1920s and 1930s.
A life-long resident of Yellow Springs, Ohio, Carr attended Antioch College, then worked in his father's nursery business which he eventually took over in the 1920s. The bulk of his papers date from 1888 to 1906 and consist of correspondence from various family members and women friends.
Information concerning the celebrations of the Centennial of Flight, 2003.
The James A. Chew Papers consist mainly of business records of three area newspapers in the Miami Valley Region: the Xenia Gazette, the Piqua Call, and the Middletown Journal. Headquarters for the Chew Publishing Company was in Xenia, Ohio.
Transcript of an autobiography by C.J. McLin, Jr. Also available in published form in the Archives and the Libraries collections.
A diary of an unknown land surveyor working in Clark County, Ohio, including logs of completed jobs and fees received, dated 1876.
Materials include personal correspondence, as well as papers and letters related to Class' position as a Warren County (Ohio) Agricultural Agent, Federal Inspector of Seed and Crop Loans, and Federal Land Appraiser. Also included are news clippings from the Miami Valley Farmer, farmhouse plans, maps, and photographs.