Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:
Merritt Schlafman was a judge in Dayton, Ohio, during the 1930s and 1940s. His papers contain transcripts of trials broadcast from his courtroom, mostly on gambling offenses.
Mimeographed letter from the Secretary of War Newton Baker to Mr. Talbott the President of the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company. Includes original signature of Newton Baker. Dated July 26, 1918.
Records in this collection document the planning and organization of a national Socialist Feminist conference held in July, 1975, at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Materials include organizational papers, steering committee minutes, correspondence, working papers, registration details, women's movement pamphlets, printed materials, and audiocassettes relating to the conference. Nine socialist-feminist organizations sponsored this event.
Frank Somers served as the mayor of Dayton, Ohio from 1962-1965. Before and after his political career, he and his wife were involved in Dayton civic affairs. The papers of Frank Somers cover the political life of Frank Somers approximately from the years 1958 to 1966 as well as family information and world travels.
Contains papers regarding the construction of a new hangar at the local Springfield (Ohio) airport, dated 1949.
The collection includes approximately 150 miscellaneous Union and Democratic election tickets from the election of 1863.
An official court report for a sexual assault case tried in Shelby County during the 1850s.
Scrapbooks of Henry Stout (1893-1976), a former Dayton mayor and Democratic Party activist.
The collection contains personal papers, legal documents and court proceedings, photographs, audio and video recordings, news clippings, awards and certificates, correspondence, and other materials relating to Dr. Thomas’s life and career in education and civil rights activism. The collection includes a significant amount of analog audiovisual material, including recordings of most episodes of Thomas’s interview program “Like It Is.”