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The collection documents the activities and administrative records of the Dayton Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. The collection includes scrapbooks, members' directories, programs, monthly newsletters, meeting minutes, and treasurers' reports.
Consists of the minute book of an Auglaize County women’s veterans society
Records consist of minutes, financial records, administrative policy papers, membership lists, negotiations and agreements, grievance materials, newsletters, correspondence, and photographs. Local 252 is based in Dayton, Ohio.
Contains a variety of materials on the establishment and growth of the Red Cross in Dayton as well as the records of the Greene and Preble County Chapters prior to their merger with the Dayton Chapter in 1960. The collection includes Board of Directors and committee meeting minutes, annual reports, programs, extensive correspondence, financial records, audio materials, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
The microfilmed records are from the Red Cross, Dayton Area Chapter Records (MS-121) and span 1917-1980. Included are Board of Director's minutes, financial reports, annual reports, Annual Meeting programs, statistical reports, and clippings of the 1974 Xenia, Ohio tornado. The records were microfilmed by Wright State University Libraries.
The American Society of Aviation Artists collection consists of nearly 300 separate pieces of aviation art, including posters, paintings, drawings, photographs and aviation magazine covers.The ASAA collection also includes articles, sketches, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, negatives and slides. Most of the material is about individual artists. A few materials are about ASAA events.
Flight log for Ensign James Alfred Andrews, Jr., U.S. Navy reserve and photographs of Naval pilots.
This collection consists of a self-published autobiography by Anna Gee Blackwell titled He's All I Need: My Life Story. The book not only details Ms. Blackwell's life, but also serves as a chronicle of mid-to-late 20th Century middle-class African-American experience in the Miami Valley.