Found in 117 Collections and/or Records:
Martha McClellan Brown and Rev. William Kennedy Brown Papers (MS-147) Women's Suffrage and Temperance SELECTIONS in CORE Scholar
The collection consists of a single scrapbook containing clippings, original materials (such as programs and correspondence), and occasional handwritten commentary, mostly focused on Dayton's classical music scene in the 1930s and 1940s. Eleanor McCann was the music director at the Dayton Art Institute at the time.
Collection includes scrapbooks, correspondence and photographs of a well-known African-American civil rights activist in Dayton.
Founded in 1948, the Montgomery County Medical Society Alliance is an organization of physician’s spouses who raise awareness and provide education on medical topics. The collection includes material on a variety of their activities, including meetings, community education, social events, and scholarship fundraisers for local medical students.
Collection contains copies of photographs and a newspaper article concerning Moreo, a WASP and a member of the Civil Air Patrol during World War II.
The collection consists of a single oral history with Eleanor (Hambury) Must, primarily about growing up a German Jew, in Nazi Germany, prior to World War II, and the trials and tribulations she and her family faced not only in getting out of Germany, but also Europe; and also her immigration to the United States and how her early life took shape here. The oral history was conducted on May 15, 2015, by archivist Gino Pasi.
Meeting minutes, fliers, publicity and correspondence from the National Organization for Women, Dayton Chapter during the years 1980-1984. The collection provides insight into the organization’s activities advocating for women’s rights on the local and national levels. Among the issues represented are ERA ratification, and reproductive rights.
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), Catharine Greene Chapter Records (MS-684)
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Catharine Greene Chapter, was founded at Xenia, Ohio, in 1894. The records document the history and activities of the chapter, including meeting minutes, membership records, financial information, yearbooks, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, programs, photographs, and genealogical information.
This chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is named for Jonathon Dayton, the youngest person to sign the U.S. Constitution. The Jonathon Dayton Chapter of the DAR was organized on Feb. 18, 1896 and chartered Apr. 8, 1896. The collection contains scrapbooks outlining the history and activities of the Dayton, Ohio Chapter and includes clippings, photographs, programs, local histories, and genealogies.