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Bus. Business and Industry

 Topic Guide
Identifier: Bus
This classification groups collections on the topic of Business and Industry.

Found in 139 Collections and/or Records:

Hawthorne Funeral Home Records (MFM-84)

Identifier: MFM-84
Scope and Contents

Consists of four volumes of records of a Cincinnati funeral home.

Dates: 1914-1967

Henry Busch Photographs (SC-266)

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: SC-266
Scope and Contents

This collection contains photographs (originals and reproductions/photocopies) depicting Brookville, Arlington, and downtown Dayton, Ohio, most dating around 1914, though some are as late as 1960. Many of the photographs are labeled and identified, and the primary subjects are Elden Hemp and Henry Busch.

Dates: circa 1900-1960

"High Acres" Landscape Plan (SC-281)

Identifier: SC-281

High Acres was the Dayton home built for the President of the Rike-Kumler Department Store, Frederick Rike, and his wife Ethel in 1929. It was designed by Cleveland architects Meade and Hamilton and the grounds were designed by Dayton landscape architect Samuel D. Zehrung. This collection consists of one oversize plan of the grounds.

Dates: circa 1929

Historic American Engineering Record: Veterans Memorial Bridge (SC-267)

Identifier: SC-267
Scope and Contents

This collection contains the 2008 report of the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) report on the Veterans Memorial Bridge (also known as the Edwin Moses Bridge) located in Dayton, Ohio. The document is the official bound archival copy which contains a description, brief history, bibliography and 13 photographs documenting the history of this structure.

Dates: 2008

Historic Business Letterheads

Identifier: MS-33

The collection contains late 19th and early 20th century business letters, primarily written to the O.S. Kelly Company in Springfield, Ohio.

Dates: 1885-1908

William Hobart Papers

Identifier: MS-444
Abstract The William Hobart Papers document the evolution of a company from its beginnings as a small family-owned business based out of Troy, Ohio, into a substantial national foodservice and food retail industry. The collection covers important landmarks such as acquisitions, documents the Hobart brothers family life, the Hobart Institute of Technology, and Troy community development directly related to the Hobart’s contributions. The collection includes personal Hobart family papers, company...
Dates: 1880-2010; Majority of material found within 1960-2010

Home Savings Association, Troy, Ohio, Records (SC-361)

Identifier: SC-361

The collection consists of one ledger containing the minutes and financial reports from January 3, 1900, to January 8, 1906, of the Home Savings Association, a building association in Troy, Ohio.

Dates: 1900 - 1906

Independent Awning Company Business Records (MS-644)

Identifier: MS-644
Content Description The Independent Awning Company Business Records contain account and order/contract records, as well as photographs of commercial and residential jobs, for a local awning manufacturing company founded in the early 20th century and operational until the early 2000s.Series I: Orders and Accounts, contains records of awning jobs completed for customers. Items marked as "Order" or "Contracts" typically include the specifics of a particular job, usually including a sketch of the...
Dates: 1919 - 2017

International Aero Vehicle Company Records (SC-389)

Identifier: SC-389

The International Aero Vehicle Company was incorporated in 1906 for the purpose of acquiring patents for the Charles Oliver Jones "orthopter" (ornithopter). The collection consists of 1 volume, including Articles of Incorporation, Constitution and By-Laws, meeting minutes, and assorted financial and administrative reports.

Dates: 1906 - 1910

Jack Ohmart Collection (SC-179)

Identifier: SC-179
Scope and Contents

Instructions for the Dalton Dead Reckoning Computer Type E-6B, dated 1944, and typed explanation of the circular slide rule, containing handwritten notes and drawings.

Dates: 1944