Nat. Nature and Parks
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Aviation Trail, Inc., began in 1981 as an aviation-themed marketing effort in Dayton, Ohio. Initially including over 30 historical sites in the Miami Valley area relating to aviation history, a small self-guided tour brochure highlighting 16 sites was published. As of 2019, the Trail includes 18 sites.
The contents in the collection include the organization's newsletter "The Green Heart," Board of Trustee's Minutes, and original artwork done by a member.
The collection includes business materials, meeting minutes, agendas, reports from the various committees that ran the organization as well as some news clippings, brochures, maps, and newsletters created by and about the Beaver Creek Wetlands Association. Also included is membership and volunteer information such as member lists, volunteer activities, membership committees, and volunteer job descriptions.
This collection contains the day-to-day dealings of the Burroughs Nature Study Club. The Burroughs Nature Study Club is a women’s social club created in 1915 in Centerville, Ohio through the shared interest of its members in John Burroughs’ nature books. This collection spans from 1986 to 2014 with the bulk dates from 2003 to 2014. The records of the Burroughs Nature Study Club include by-laws, meeting minutes, budgets, membership reports, correspondences, and club memorabilia.
The Centerville Garden Club, located near Dayton, Ohio, was established in 1930. The records consist almost entirely of scrapbooks with both internal and external material on the club. The materials are photographs, newspaper clippings, booklets containing a list of events, members and officers, certificates, awards and thank you notes.
Consists of reports, correspondence, newsletters, bulletins, legal briefs, and files of a citizen's group formed to prevent the City of Dayton from cutting trees in a city park.
The Dayton City Beautiful Council was organized in the mid-1960s as a volunteer adjunct to city government to help make Dayton a more livable, attractive community. Records consist of Executive Board, staff, and membership meeting minutes, and correspondence. Topics covered include recycling, urban beautification, and community planning.