Found in 93 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents the activities and administrative records of the Dayton Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. The collection includes scrapbooks, members' directories, programs, monthly newsletters, meeting minutes, and treasurers' reports.
The American Society of Aviation Artists collection consists of nearly 300 separate pieces of aviation art, including posters, paintings, drawings, photographs and aviation magazine covers.The ASAA collection also includes articles, sketches, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, negatives and slides. Most of the material is about individual artists. A few materials are about ASAA events.
Musical program for a concert held on November 30, 1854 in the College Chapel, located on the Antioch College campus in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
Founded in 1986, the Antioch Writers' Workshop is a nonprofit organization that encourages creative writing by offering classes and seminars. It has evolved over the years from a community of writers who mingled with faculty and students informally throughout the day into a fiscal agent of the Antioch College. The records include meeting minutes, correspondence, financial and membership records, photographs, posters, VHS, pamphlets, newsletters, and multimedia.
ARTBEAT was a bi-monthly, half-hour radio program about the visual arts in the Miami Valley. Produced and hosted by Dayton artist, Susan Zurcher, the highlight of the program featured an interview with an artist currently showing in the Miami Valley. The program aired on several local Public Radio stations. The collection consists of tapes and transcripts of the broadcasts.
This is a small collection of first edition and autographed publications. It includes poetry, short stories, essays, and/or sketches by such authors as Gertrude Stein, Joyce Carol Oates, Barbara Wells, and WSU professors Gary Pacernick and Robert G. Thobaben.
Also includes a copy of The Last Will and Testament of Gertrude Stein.
A collection of eight early aviation lithographs and one photograph.
The collection consists of approximately 700 collectable trade cards and stamps issued by various industries, primarily the “cigarette cards” of tobacco manufacturers. The majority of the card or stamp series feature airplanes, but some series focus on famous aviators. Materials originate from the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany.
Axel Bahnsen was an internationally known photographer who lived in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Bahnsen became known for his portraits, pictorial studies, and nature scenes. Bahnsen’s photography features scenes from his home in Ohio to Mexico, France and more. This collection contains 345 prints from Bahnsen’s work from 1937-1977, most with exhibit and salon stamps, and exhibition catalogs and brochures from 1947-1977.