Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of correspondence, reports, clippings, speeches, memorandums, photographs and printed materials reflecting Thompson's wide ranging interest in education, politics, environmental and social problems, historic preservation and journalism. Also includes an oral history with Sam Zehrung about his life and great gardens of Dayton, Ohio.
Weisenborn represented Montgomery County in the Ohio State Legislature for over 20 years. Her papers consist primarily of files connected with her legislative career and include working papers, committee reports, bills, correspondence, and newspaper clippings. Weisenborn's most active areas of interest were the environment, health, and education. While detailing her work in the Ohio Legislature, the papers offer very little insight into her personal life.
War Ration Book One from the Office of Price Administration. Includes a Certificate of Registrar that shows it was registered to a Virgil J. Roush of Columbus, Ohio issued on March 17, 1943.
Contains Xenia's original petition for incorporation as well as photocopies of the document, dated 1817.
The papers in this collection cover the years 1968-1976 when Young served as a State Representative from Dayton to the Ohio General Assembly. The majority of the papers consist of correspondence with constituents and political colleagues. There are also working papers, clippings, reports, speeches, and campaign materials. There is also a file of correspondence and photographs on the 1970 Kent State University incident.