Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of reports, correspondence, newsletters, bulletins, legal briefs, and files of a citizen's group formed to prevent the City of Dayton from cutting trees in a city park.
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.
This collection documents Dayton politics and race relations as reflected in the life and career of Don Crawford. The collection includes newspaper clippings, magazine articles, scrapbooks, correspondence, speech notes and publicity, photographs, certificates, and campaign literature. Most items are by or about Don L. Crawford, Jr., one of Dayton's best-known African American leaders of the 1960s-1980s.
A political jingle that references the Whig Party and Kentucky influence on Dayton politics, circa 1850s.
Souvenir book depicting the 1902 Dayton Police Department.