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Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:

Utermoehlen Funeral Registry (SC-270)

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: SC-270
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of four items: one Funeral registry for Felix Carl Utermoehlen; two newspaper clippings, one titled "Watched Ghouls Work As Flood Victims Cried in Vain for Assistance" which details scenes viewed by Mrs. Felix Utermoehlen, and another clipping on Felix's father, Theodore Utermoehlen who served as a mechanic for the Wright Brothers; and also an envelope containing the funeral purchase agreement.

Dates: 1913

William C. Wallace Papers (MS-563)

Identifier: MS-563

The collection covers William C. Wallace, a Merchant Marine and newspaper editor from Coshocton, OH; as well as his wife, Jean E. (Laird) Wallace, and daughter Mary L. (Wallace) Baker. It consists of correspondence, photographs, and the genealogy of the Wallace family in Coshocton, Ohio. They are relatives of the Wallace family of Medway, OH (MS-92 in the Special Collections and Archives).

Dates: 1805-1995 ; Majority of material found within 1927-1988

Wilbur Wright High School Alumni Collection

Identifier: MS-564
Scope and Contents Series I: Official Portraits, consists of extremely large class portrait collages, sports team portraits, and faculty portraits, which previously hung framed in the hallways of the school building. The class portraits and team portraits are mounted on heavy cardstock. This series spans from about 1932 to 1982.Subseries I-A: Class Portrait Collages, consists of one collage per graduating class year, made up of individual oval head shots for each graduate, with the person’s name...
Dates: 1925-2012

William H. Wild Papers

Identifier: MS-492

This collection contains the papers of William (Bill) H. Wild, a columnist and editor for numerous newspapers throughout his career, most notably as the editorial page editor of the Journal Herald in Dayton and associate editor for the Dayton Daily News. This collection includes many newspaper clippings, columns, speeches and materials, correspondence, photographs and other small projects that details Wild's work throughout his career.

Dates: 1942-2013

Robert E. Williams Aviation Collection

Identifier: MS-376
Abstract Robert E. Williams was an aviation illustrator who worked for Douglas Aircraft for over 30 years. He was also the managing editor of the American Aviation Historical Society Journal for twenty-four years. The majority of his aviation collection is composed of photographs of a wide-variety of aircraft, with the largest number being Douglas aircraft. It also includes photographs of several prototype aircraft produced by Douglas, including the XB-19, YC-15, XB-42, the original DC-8, and the...
Dates: 1909-2001

Women, Inc. Scrapbooks

Identifier: MS-176

Women, Inc. is a Yellow Springs, Ohio, organization of feminist women. The scrapbooks are a loosely arranged chronological record of the group's activities over an 11-year period. Included are minutes, newsletters, membership lists and flyers.

Dates: 1975-1986

Woodhull-Patterson Family Papers

Identifier: MS-379

The Woodhull-Patterson Family papers consist primarily of genealogical information and photographs pertaining to the Woodhull and Patterson families. There are also materials related to the history of Dayton and the surrounding area.

Dates: 1872-2003

Woodland Cemetery Collection

Identifier: MS-414
Abstract The Woodland Cemetery Collection contains materials relating to the organization and business ventures of the Woodland Cemetery Association. Materials such as organization histories, rules and regulations, meeting minutes, financial records, and correspondence provide a history of the organization while documents such as interment and cremation records provide insight into the function that the cemetery plays in Dayton, Ohio. In addition to these written documents, there are numerous visual...
Dates: 1841-2010

Wright Company Records

Identifier: MS-471
Abstract The Wright Company was formed in November 1909 with Wilbur Wright as President and Orville Wright one of two Vice-Presidents. In 1915, Orville sold the company to a group of investors, which later merged the company with the Martin Company. The records consist of copies of material from the Wright Company Records held by the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington. Included in the records are Wright Company board of directors meeting minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and legal...
Dates: 1905-1917

Horace Wright Papers (MS-579)

Identifier: MS-579
Content Description The Horace Wright Papers consist primarily of albums with photographs, clippings, and mementos documenting both Horace’s life and activities, as well as commemorations of the accomplishments of Horace’s uncles, Wilbur and Orville Wright.Materials pertaining specifically to Horace's life and activities include childhood photographs; Horace’s education at Moraine Park School, studies at Miami University, and honorary degree from Wright State University; fishing and boating at...
Dates: 1906 - 1991