Fam. Family and Personal Papers
Found in 190 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains materials on the musical career of Sonny Flaharty. The collection contains newspaper clippings, photographs and other documents.
William Focke and his wife, Bernadine, founded their family meat business, William Focke Son's Company, in 1875 in Dayton, Ohio. The collection contains two folders documenting the Focke family. The collection also documents the family meat packing business through advertisements, patents and agreements, correspondence, price lists, and a scrapbook.
Ermal C. Fraze was the owner of Dayton Reliable Tool Company and the inventor of the early versions of Pull-Tabs and Pop-Tops. This collection includes newspaper clippings, magazine articles, scrapbooks, correspondences, photographs and personal items. Most of the collection pertains to the Dayton Reliable Tool Company. A few items deal with the Fraze Pavilion, a 4300-seat outdoor amphitheater in Kettering, Ohio, named after Ermal C. Fraze.
Consists of the letters of a Clark County soldier who served in the Spanish-American War.
Letters, diaries, clippings, articles, and other family papers of a pioneer Greene County family with much material on frontier and pioneer life.
The collection consists primarily of the personal photographs of a Dayton, Ohio, family in the early 20th century. Subjects include leisure activities (hunting, boating, camping, and playing music, etc.), travel (throughout Ohio and beyond), and family reunions.
This small collection is made up of various financial papers, legal documents, land deeds, mortgages, correspondence, and plat maps. The Gebharts arrived in the Miami Valley area from Pennsylvania in the early 19th century and were active in local business, political and religious activities.