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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.
Consists of four volumes of records of a Cincinnati funeral home.
Consists of a volume of indexed records from a Cincinnati funeral home.
Consists of a typed transcript of the records of an unidentified Cincinnati funeral home.
Consists of one volume of indexed Cincinnati funeral home records.
Collection consists of 15 volumes of burial registers from a Cincinnati funeral home. Early registers include name, place and date of interment, and funeral expenses. Beginning in 1906, additional information is recorded including age, occupation, residence, religion, and cause and place of death. After 1918, the name and birthplace of parents are included. All the volumes are indexed.
A microfilm copy of MS-75. Original manuscript collection has received additional records and/or processing since it was microfilmed.
Records of a prominent Dayton, Ohio funeral home which serviced many from the Hungarian and other ethnic groups of the early 20th century. Funeral record and ledger books give a daily account of funerals, and contain information and vital statistics about people buried by the Riesinger Funeral Home in Dayton, Ohio. Also included are financial record books for 1931-1956, and a few photographs.
This collection documents the financial transactions and specifications by the Boyer Funeral Home, which was established in Dayton, Ohio in the mid-1800s, and which may have been the first undertaking establishment in Dayton. The collection includes Mortuary Records spanning the years 1922-1978. Additional records include account books dating from 1905-1973.
The Luthman Funeral Home Records include business records plus ten binders of copies of their original burial records. The business records span 1889-1910 and the burial records span 1906-1982. This collection offers researchers a wealth of information for genealogy and on local mortuary practices.