Fam. Family and Personal Papers
Found in 190 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of letters written by Craig to various members of his family. Craig traveled to Oregon and Panama, as well as spending time in Springfield, Ohio and Washington D.C. His letters cover his experiences, local and national politics, and family matters.
Photocopy and transcribed letter written in 1876 by Jeannie Croswell describing the Centennial celebration that took place in Dayton. The letter was not to be opened until the bicentennial in 1976.
Benjamin Cryder was the grandfather of Frederick White, one of Wright State University's early founders. His papers include survey maps of Ross County, Civil War bounty reenlistment records, correspondence, and essays on a variety of political and humorous subjects.
Papers consist of letters written to Cushman by his fiance, Stella Kline, who worked at McCook Field from 1919-1921. Letters contain mostly personal and family information, but also discuss events and people at McCook Field during the period.
Photograph album of an unknown Dayton family, depicting family life and a parade in Dayton. The location appears to be where Sinclair Community College is now located, as some photographs have Sacred Heart in the background.
The collection consists of a single transcription of the diary of Sarah Louise (Reed) Brown. The diary transcription was edited by Martha A. Gavin and Sarah H. Conrad.