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Business records

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Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

George Barrett Family Papers (MS-636)

Identifier: MS-636
Abstract This collection contains personal and business papers of the Barrett family, a Quaker family prominent in Spring Valley, Greene County, Ohio from the mid-nineteenth century to the early-twentieth century. Materials document the story of the family’s textile mill, in operation circa 1850-1870, their flour mill, their education and experiments, and government service at state and national level. It also contains personal correspondence with family and friends, detailing family experiences and...
Dates: 1824 - 2010; Majority of material found within 1850 - 1900

Jeraldyne Blunden Collection

Identifier: MS-337

This collection consists of correspondence, schedules, notebooks, and business and financial records from Jeraldyne Blunden the founder of the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company and the creator of Jeraldyne's School of the Dance. There are also personal papers in the collection such as family reunion and wedding materials, insurance information and awards. Also included are scrapbook photos taken for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre Tour from 1962-1972.

Dates: 1960-2000

Coombs-Learned Family Papers

Identifier: MS-182
Abstract A collection of 19th and early 20th century family papers of the Coombs and Learned extended families who lived in Michigan, California, and Ohio. Papers include extensive family correspondence, diaries, business and financial records, and over 300 photographs. Noteworthy among the contents are several letters written by President James A. Garfield to a family member when he was a young man, as well as Palmer Coombs' World War I diaries and papers. Portions of this collection, including...
Dates: 1819-1985

Dayton Bicycle Club Records

Identifier: MS-530

The Dayton Bicycle Club Records consist of primarily financial records and receipts from the club from the early 20th century. The collection contains receipts from around 500, mostly local, businesses that provide an important record of how business was conducted around the turn of the 20th century. Also included is a limited amount of correspondence relating to club business and the organization of bicycle races.

Dates: 1889-1927; Majority of material found within 1909-1926

Dayton Section, American Chemical Society Records (MS-328)

Identifier: MS-328

The Dayton Section of the American Chemical Society formed in 1929. It is an organization where chemists can get together within the Dayton Area and network across the globe. Within this collection are administrative records, such as minutes, agendas, correspondence, and programs. There is also financial information such as treasurer's and expense reports. Lastly, this collection has award records, which includes nominations, correspondence, and programs.

Dates: 1915-2017; Majority of material found within 1980-2007

DURIRON Corporation Records

Identifier: MS-251
Abstract The DURIRON Corporation was founded in 1912 by Dayton foundry man, Pierce D. Schenk, and two associates, J. Richman Pitman, a DuPont explosives production engineer, and William F. Hall, a New York Financier. The company derives its name from a high silicon cast iron alloy, DURIRON, which rapidly became an industry standard for handling extremely corrosive materials. Their records consist of administrative records, sales records, manuals, newsletters, photographs, negatives, and...
Dates: 1912-1996

Eagle Clothing House Records (SC-362)

Identifier: SC-362

This collection contains the daily accounting ledger for Eagle Clothing House, located in Troy, Ohio. The first recorded date is Thursday, September 4, 1890, and the last date is Monday, September 19, 1892.

Dates: 1890 - 1892

Andrew S. Iddings Papers

Identifier: MS-23

Correspondence, notes, travel journals, clippings, financial records, and business files pertaining to Iddings' long career as a lawyer, businessman, civic leader and photographer in Dayton, Ohio.

Dates: 1803-1974; Majority of material found within 1900-1971

Kettering Family Papers (MS-363)

Identifier: MS-363
Abstract The Kettering Family Papers contain materials documenting the life of Charles F. Kettering, as well as his son Eugene Kettering, daughter-in-law Virginia Kettering, and their children. The Kettering family was heavily involved in the industrial and, later, philanthropic make-up of the city of Dayton during the 20th century, and were greatly influential in the city's more recent history. Made up primarily of photographs, correspondence, family keepsakes such as holiday cards, photo albums and...
Dates: 1876-2006; Majority of material found within 1930-1972

James Leffel and Company Records

Identifier: MS-150

The James Leffel and Company Records consist of ledgers, journals, order books, inventories, cash and day books, payroll files, correspondence, photographs, publications, and scrapbooks of a late 19th and early 20th century Springfield, Ohio manufacturer of turbines, water wheels and engines.

Dates: 1867 - 1971