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Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Map of the Indian Treaties, 1736-1762, by Margaret Van Doren

Identifier: SC-366
Scope and Contents This small collection consists of 1 map, mounted, approximately 17" x 22" in size. The map is self-described as follows:"Map of the Indian Treaties, 1736-1762, made between the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederation (with tribtary nations) and the Province of Pennsylvania (with some other English Colonies). Showing the countries of the Six Nations - Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora - and the shifting territories of their allies and enemies. Showing the...
Dates: 1939

Everett Neukom Papers

Identifier: MS-90

Neukom worked as a photographer for both the DELCO Corporation in Dayton and the Miami Conservancy District during the early part of the 20th century. His papers include family correspondence, clippings, personal memorabilia, pamphlets, and photographs relating to the 1913 Dayton flood.

Dates: 1900-1927; Majority of material found within 1908-1915

David Nolin Huffman Prairie Research Collection (MS-661)

Identifier: MS-661
Abstract David Nolin was the director of conservation for Five Rivers MetroParks in the Dayton region. In this position he led land acquisition and habitat management programs. After actively working on the restoration of Huffman Prairie State Natural Landmark, he decided to write a book about the history and importance of Huffman Prairie. This collection contains the materials and documents used by Nolin in his job and research of Huffman Prairie. Materials primarily include photographs, maps,...
Dates: 1981-2018

Osborn Removal Company Records

Identifier: MS-77
Abstract The Osborn Removal Company was organized in 1920 to relocate the Greene County, Ohio, town of Osborn, which was situated on land marked by the Miami Conservancy District as part of its flood plain. The records contain papers retained after the company's dissolution in 1928, including the company's charter, minutes of all official meetings, maps, and papers concerning acquisition of lands, copies of purchase agreements, correspondence, tax information, copies of deeds and informational...
Dates: 1920-1942; Majority of material found within 1920-1928

Archives of the Upper River Fund (MS-652)

Identifier: MS-652

The Upper River Fund was an endowment fund established in 1992 by Glenn Thompson and his wife Margaret, to preserve the upper Little Miami and the Mad Rivers. The collection contains meeting minutes and correspondence; financial records and reports, records from easement agreements to buy/sell agreements; and some photographs of prospective areas of land and topographical maps that outline easements along the upper Little Miami and Mad Rivers.

Dates: 1975-2019