Found in 199 Collections and/or Records:
The Dayton Liederkranz-Turner Collection documents the experience of German-Americans for over one hundred years going back to 1890 through 2007. The evolution of the organization reflects both local and national changes. The activities and goals of the Dayton Chapter, as well as their involvement with other chapters, is documented. The collection includes organization histories, meeting minutes, financial records, correspondence, membership records, publications, and programs.
Records document the official plans for celebrating the 1976 Bicentennial in the Dayton-Montgomery County area through minutes, correspondence, clippings, organizational papers, publications, broadsides, and working papers.
The collection consists primarily of correspondence from the Dayton City Manager’s files pertaining to the establishment of a municipally owned airport in Dayton, Ohio.
The Dayton Section of the American Chemical Society formed in 1929. It is an organization where chemists can get together within the Dayton Area and network across the globe. Within this collection are administrative records, such as minutes, agendas, correspondence, and programs. There is also financial information such as treasurer's and expense reports. Lastly, this collection has award records, which includes nominations, correspondence, and programs.
Contains a fairly complete run of minutes for the years 1866-1968 as well as legal reports, financial ledgers and journals, membership records, correspondence, and a variety of printed materials. The minutes include reports from the Executive Board and various committees, and summary financial information. Membership records contain much information on the union's apprenticeship program.
The collection includes minutes, reports, notes, program information, newspaper clippings, and photographs from the Delphinium Garden Club of Dayton, Ohio. These items were collected by members of the Delphinium Garden Club of Dayton and document the organizations history, activity, and community involvement from its creation in 1931 until 2012. The club is still active in the community today.