Fam. Family and Personal Papers
Found in 190 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains photographs (originals and reproductions/photocopies) depicting Brookville, Arlington, and downtown Dayton, Ohio, most dating around 1914, though some are as late as 1960. Many of the photographs are labeled and identified, and the primary subjects are Elden Hemp and Henry Busch.
This collection consists three 4x6 photos of a Henry Farman III biplane.
Transcription of more than 400 pages of a diary belonging to Henry H. Arnold, a farmer in Montgomery County, Ohio.
High Acres was the Dayton home built for the President of the Rike-Kumler Department Store, Frederick Rike, and his wife Ethel in 1929. It was designed by Cleveland architects Meade and Hamilton and the grounds were designed by Dayton landscape architect Samuel D. Zehrung. This collection consists of one oversize plan of the grounds.
This collection contains 36 postcards, two of which are addressed and dated April and June, 1913. The two addressed cards are interesting in that the writer briefly discusses some routine events, e.g. a friend's visit, very soon after the flood. Anna Hiles was the flood survivor who collected these cards. The collection was donated by her grandson.
Contains the will and associated documents concerning Horace Mann, once President of Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio.