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DATE

A Personal Vision for Piqua – a booklet produced by Mr. Larry Hamilton, in the summer of 2014, to promote possible activities and fund raising efforts which would lead to the construction of a monument commemorating the Randolph Slaves at the Jackson Cemetery in Rossville, Springcreek Township, Ohio

6847

2014

A. M. Leonard & Son, Piqua, Ohio – 1950 catalog of Nursery and Garden Tools

8037

1950

A. M. Leonard catalog - February 2001 - gardening tools and equipment

5154

2001

A. M. Leonard catalog - March 2000 - gardening tools and equipment

5153

2000

AAA History - Miami County Auto Club

4528

1915

AAA Maps, Assorted maps

249

1975 1978 1980

ABC Mother’s Club [Mothers Altogether  Brighten Child Care Club] – article from the Piqua Daily Call, 19 April 1984 on the club’s 35th anniversary.  Also 5 photographs of the ladies of the club taken over the years.  Most of the ladies in the photos are identified.

6276

various

ABC Mother’s Club Program

1486

1983

ABC Mother's Club - Constitution & Minutes of meetings, 1964-1989

2348

1964-1989

ABC Mother's Club - Correspondence

2346

1947-1989

ABC Mothers Club – newspaper article from Community Life a publication of Piqua Daily Call – “ABC Mothers Club turns 50” with a photo of eight ladies – 31 May 1999

6306

1999

ABC Mothers Club – program for the year 1998-1999

6458

1998-1999

ABC Mothers Club Luncheon – individuals not identified – date on back of photo is 13 May 2000

6321

2000

Abraham Lincoln National Historic Park, Kentucky, guidebook

7312

1948

Access Piqua Television Association (APTA) – James C. Oda with the new logo – 2000 (2)

7408

2000

Accident Photographs:  (1) & (2) Tractor trailer and car involved, the truck lost a roll of steel, (3) Pick-up truck, (4) Car crashed into a house, (5) Car crashed through a house, (6) Calvary Chapel church bus and a car.

4258

c. 1980

ACES Concert, 10th Annual – 2013 program – The All-County Elementary Sing Chorus sponsored by the Melody Men Chorus.  Program features 4th and 5th graders from Miami County Schools.  Sunday March 3, 2013

6426

2013

Acme Specialty Company catalog, the company was located in the Orr-Flesh Building

2518

c. 1900

Adams Street Bridge Dedication Ceremony program and a piece of the ribbon that was cut to open the new Adams Street Bridge in Troy, Ohio – October 15, 2012

6141

2012

Adena, The wilderness mansion built by Thomas Worthington - a news release from the Ohio Sesquicentennial Commission

2502

1953

Adkins, Curtis A., USMC WWII – interview on DVD of Marine Sergeant Curtis A. Adkins who served from 1941-1947 and was a veteran of the Guadalcanal campaign among others.  The interview was conducted October 11, 2007.

7230

2007

Advertisement Recipe Books

1835

c. 1930

Advertising by Piqua businesses:  [1] Ink blotter advertising The Piqua Savings Bank – c. 1920’s; [2] Guaranteed TV & Radio Service, 128 N. Sunset – 20% off gift card given to Priscella Marker of 120 First St. and signed by Sylvia McMullin, hostess – c. 1970’s  [3] Picture post card showing a country & western band called Miami Valley Shindig and advertising a 50-50 Dance every Friday night at Boulder Inn, 4 miles north of Troy on Route 25  [4] Page 99 & 100 out of a Piquonian Senior Annual from Piqua High School – four businesses have half page ads on these two pages:  Piqua Dry Goods Co.; The Third Savings & Loan Co.; Mickler’s Department Store; Favorite Stove and Range Company - 1920

6860

c. 1920’s

c. 1970’s

n.d.

1920

Advertising calendars: [1] Quality Quick Printing, Inc., 531 N. Main Street, Piqua, Ohio 45356 – a small 1992 desk calendar.  [2] Steinke Hoe Improvements – 1992 desk calendar.

7941

1992

Advertising card – The Palace, Peter Tonnellier, dealer in Wines & Liquors, opposite Opera House, Piqua, Ohio

6076

Late 1800s

Advertising coupons: [1] Coldwell Banker Gloria Rigola Properties, Inc. good for one small free ice-cream at George’s Dairy Bar.  [2] Susie’s Big Dipper coupon, corner of South & McKinley Streets, Piqua.  [3] Little Caesars coupon.  [4] Burger King coupon. [5] McDonald’s coupon.  [6] Wendy’s coupon.

7943

n.d.

Advertising for over-the-counter patent medications:  [1] Ston-Lax laxative [2] Dr. Guertin's Laxative Tablets [3] Sent-a-nel Laxative Tablets (brochure published in 6 languages) [4] Candilax, The Violet Laxative [5] National Brand Pure Food and Drug Products (2 brochures) [6] Sentanel Kidney Pills and Sentanel Cold Tablets [7] National Premium Certificate, redeemable at the office of The National Products Co., Canton, Ohio

5267

no dates

Advertising gift certificates from local businesses:  [1] Casswano’s Pizza & Subs - $10.00 gift certificate.  [2] Six Cinemark Movie Dollar certificates in an envelope.  [3] Piqua Pizza Supply Co. gift certificate good for One Pizza Kit.  [4] Miami Valley Centre Mall gift certificate $5.00, dated December 8, 2000.

7944

2000, n.d.

Advertising ink blotter – “Yours for Freedom of Enterprise, For Congress S. C. Sorensen, 4th District of Ohio”

7976

c. 1930’s

Advertising ink blotters issued by companies outside of Ohio: [1] Tarmac, Koppers Products Company, Pittsburg, PA, with an August 1935 calendar; [2] Tarmac, Koppers Products Company, Pittsburg, PA, with a November  1938 calendar; [3] Tarmac, Koppers Products Company, Pittsburg, PA, with a June 1939  calendar; [4] Tarmac, Koppers Products Company, Pittsburg, PA, with a December   1940 calendar; [5] New “Invincible” Packer smashes all records, S. Howes Co., Inc., Silver Creek, N.Y.; [6] “Eureka” – “Invincible” Milling Machinery, S. Howes Co., Inc., Silver Creek, N.Y.; [7] “Eureka” – “Invincible” Machinery for Mixed Feed Plants, S. Howes Co., Inc., Silver Creek, N.Y.; [8] The National Concrete Burial Vault Ass’n Inc., New Haven, Conn.; [9] Inure in the New Jersey Fire Insurance Co., Newark, N.J.

7859

1935-1940 and others

Advertising ink blotters issued by companies whose location is not listed: [1] Sunoco Oil; [2] Blue Sunoco Motor Fuel; [3] Atlantic White Flash Motor Oil Lubrication; [4] Eclipse, The World’s Best Lawn Mower; [5] Continental Chain Link Fence; [6] Pioneer Island Creek Coal

7860

n.d.

Advertising ink blotters issued by Ohio companies: The Addressograph and Multigraph Sales Agencies, 11 West Monument Ave., Dayton, Ohio; [2] The Miami Stationers, Inc. 25 East Third Street, Dayton, Ohio; [3] Wallers Natural Stone Burial Vaults, The Waller Brothers Stone Co., McDermott, Ohio; [4] Raymond Rope Paper Bags, The Raymond Bag Co., Middletown, Ohio; [5] SKF Ball Bearings, Hyatt Roller Bearing, Ohio Department of The Mill Mutuals, 22 E. Gay St., Columbus, Ohio; [6] Blot out Your Insurance Worries, Insure with the Central Agency representing Associated Mill Mutual Insurance Companies, Huntington Bank Building, Columbus, Ohio

7858

n.d.

Advertising ink blotters issued by Piqua insurance companies: [1] Dutchess Fire Insurance Company, sold by Marshman & Heath, Agents, Piqua, Ohio; [2] The Home Insurance Company New York, sold by  The Mendenhall-Wilkinson Co., Agents, Piqua, Ohio; [3] Agricultural Insurance Company of Watertown, N.Y., sold by Stelzer & Reed, Agents, Insurance Underwriters, Orr-Flesh Building, Piqua, Ohio; [4] National Union Firea Insurance Co., Pittsburgh, PA., sold by Stelzer & Reed, Agents, 324 Orr Flesh Building, Piqua, Ohio (2 blotters); [5] Queen Insurance Company of America, sold by The J. Ben Wilkinson Company, Agents, Orr-Flesh Building, Piqua, Ohio

7856

n.d.

Advertising ink blotters issued by Tipp City and Troy, Ohio companies:  [1] Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Company of New York, sold by Robert F. Suerdieck, Agent, 10 West Walnut Street, Tipp City, Ohio; [2] The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., sold by H. H. Tamplin Agency, 2 ½ South Market St., Troy, Ohio (1943 calendar); [3] Union Central Life Insurance Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, Harry R. Rodabaugh, District Manager, P. O. Box 463, Troy, Ohio

7857

Various

Advertising ink blotters: [1] J. W. Brown Store; [2] Ohio State Employment Service, 128-130 N. Wayne St.; [3] Piqua Electric Service and Mfg. Co., 614 N. Main St.; [4] Folkerth Coal Co., Piqua; [5] McCartney & Sons, 323 N. Main St.

7971

n.d.

Advertising ink blotters: [1] Myers Water Systems sold by V. C. Killian, 1633 Nicklin Ave., Piqua, Ohio; [2] Myers Ejecto Water System sold by V. C. Killian, 1633 Nicklin Ave., Piqua, Ohio, Phone 646-J; [3] The John Holland Self Filling Fountain Pen sold by the Red Cross Pharmacy, Piqua, Ohio; [4] Ed V. Price & Co. tailor, sold by John W. Alexander & Son, Exclusive Local Dealer, 112 W. Ash St., Piqua, Ohio; [5] Signet Ink, sold by Ashton Brothers, Piqua, Ohio; [6] Carter Strictly Pure White Lead, The Painter’s Paint, sold by Ashton Bros., Paints, Oils, Drugs, Piqua, Ohio, “Paint Headquarters;” [7] Carter Strictly Pure White Lead, The Painter’s Paint, sold by Ashton Bros., Paints, Oils, Glass, Piqua, Ohio, “Our Long Suit;” [8] Dutch Boy Colors in Oil (paint) sold by Zimmerlin Paint & Glass Store, 128 W. Ash St., Piqua, Ohio, Phone 1739-W; [9] Dayton Tires, sold by Moore Tire Service, Inc., corner Main and North Streets, Piqua, Ohio, phone: Main 26.

7855

n.d.

Advertising Magnets: [1] Peoples Savings Bank   [2]   Tri-County Suicide Prevention Coalition (2) [3] AAA Travel Agency [4] OH Libraries (OPLIN) [5] Oakes Beitman Library and Museum, Pleasant Hill, Ohio [6] Piqua Football 2001 [7] The Cartridge Man - printer, copier, & fax cartridges [8] Quality Quick Printing [9] Quality Quick Printing 2003 calendar [10] Quality Quick Printing and Western Ohio Graphic Group 2003 Calendar [11] Kathy Henne RE/MAX - Lehman Catholic High School 2000-2001 school calendar [12] Kathy Henne RE/MAX - Piqua Catholic School and Lehman Catholic High School 2005-2006 school calendar

4380

2000-2006

Advertising Posters:  [1] Undy Pace Car Give-Awayat the Great Outdoor Underwear Festival - c. 1989  [2] BK Photo and Frame Presents David Maass, Wild Wings Publishing Headline Artist - c. 1987  [3] Crop Walk Poster: "Help Crop Stop Hunger" - c. 1987  [4] Piqua Plug Products: "Dart Art" for fishing and practice [5] "Stevens for County Commissioner" - 1988

4122

1987-1989

Aerial photo map of Piqua, Ohio DV-2DD-50 taken approximately 1963

7458

c. 1963

Aerial photograph showing Atlas and Superior Underwear and the original Piqua golf course.  The photo is looking north with the Orr Flesh Building in the fore-ground.  Photo is circa 1930’s.

6256

c. 1930’s

Aerial photographs of Piqua, Ohio – a set of 15, 8x10 b/w photographs taken c. 1960 at a time when Piqua was considering building a U.S. 36 bypass around the City of Piqua.  The idea was dropped.

7459

c. 1960

Aerial Photographs taken from a small plane c. 1977 – there are 23 photographs of Piqua (7), Troy (2), Rural Miami and southern Shelby County (11), Lockington Dam (2) and the James M. Cox Dayton Municipal Airport (1).  The photos are labeled on the back and scans of the photos may be found in the Aerial Photographs folder in the Pictures folder on the computers in the Local History Department.

6785

c. 1977

Aerovent – 8 x 10 black/white photograph of a truck loaded with Aerovent Fans manufactured by Piqua Electric Service Co., 118 South Street.  A sign on the top of the fans reads as follows:  “Aerovent Fans, War Dept. Wilbur Wright Aviation Field, Dayton, Ohio, Nichols Electric Co. – c. 1928

6932

c. 1928

Aerovent – fishing regulations brochures and employee fishing license

275

n.d.

Aerovent - Photo Album of new offices and staff members

2367

N.D.

Aerovent & International Assoc. of Machinists & Aerospace Workers agreement

1702

1992-1995

Aerovent assembly stickers (22 pcs.)

1335

c.1960

Aerovent brochures, timeline

1733

n.d.

Aerovent Calendar & Business cards

1700

1993

Aerovent Equipment Tags (8)

1691

n.d.

Aerovent Fan Co. – 8 x 10 black/white photograph of Aerovent National Sales Meeting.  Salesmen in a group photograph in front of the main Ash Street entrance.  Niels Lundgard and Martin Bauer are in the front row center, Ray Loffer is in the second row behind Lundgard and Bauer. – c. 1970

6936

1970

Aerovent Fan Co. – 8 x 10 black/white photograph of Aerovent offices and factory building at 700 East Ash Street – 1934-1953

6934

c. 1935

Aerovent Fan Co. – 8 x 10 black/white photograph of an exhibit of Aerovent fans created for the 50th Anniversary booklet and celebration.

6938

c. 1982

Aerovent Fan Co. – 8 x 10 black/white photograph of meeting room in the new Aerovent office building – photo for 50th Anniversary booklet.

6937

c. 1982

Aerovent Fan Co. – 8 x 10 black/white photograph of Niels Lundgard (hat) and Martin Bauer standing in front of the Aerovent factory building at 700 E. Main St.

6935

c. 1938

Aerovent Fan Co. – 8 x 10 black/white photograph of the first home of the Aerovent Fan Co. after it was purchased from Piqua Electric Service Co. by Niels Lundgard and Martin Bauer.  The company was located on the south west corner of East Main and Cleveland Streets in Shawnee.  The plant was in this location from 1932-1934

6933

c. 1933

Aerovent Fan Co. - 9" 1/50 H.P. motor shaft

4136

1934

Aerovent Fan Co. - Assembly Diagram

4131

1935

Aerovent Fan Co. - Diagram for Shutter, Heavy Duty

4132

1952

Aerovent Fan Co. - Diagram for Steel Ring Brace

4133

1933

Aerovent Fan Co. - Extension Machine Chart

4134

1937

Aerovent Fan Co. - Motor Base 5 H.P. - Frame 284

4137

1948

Aerovent Fan Co. - Revised Duct System for Patterson Field

4138

1939

Aerovent Fan Co. - Roof Ventilator installation for 42" fan

4135

1936

Aerovent Fan Co. parts bag

1601

n.d.

Aerovent Fan Co., Inc. – sales meeting folder

1347

1969

Aerovent Fan Company - photo of old building

3724

c.1940

Aerovent Fan Company - Photo of original office and factory building

4384

c. 1940

Aerovent Fan office employees

4579

4-May-05

Aerovent Inc. 50th Anniversary booklet

6883

1982

Aerovent Sales Manual containing product brochures and technical drawings – dates in the manual are 1979 through 1986

7665

1986

Aerovent Service Report

1701

1993

Aerovent Shop Rules pamphlet

1703

n.d.

African American history: 2 unidentified construction photos

3316

n.d.

African Methodist Episcopal (Cyrene) Church - Women's Mite Missionary Society

4191

1898

Agricultural Almanac for the year 1879, printed and sold by John Baer’s Sons, No. 15 North Queen Street, Lancaster, PA.  The name “Grace Freeman” is handwritten on the front of the book.

6555

1879

Air Force publications:  (1) Selected Cargo and Tanker Aircraft-1947-1997; (2) Selected Fighter Programs-1947-1997

4597

1997

Air Force shoulder patches [1] 14th Flying Training Wing - Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi [2] 5th Contracting Squadron - Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota - worn and donated by SSgt. Adam T. Meek

4904

c. 2000

Air Mail Special Delivery envelope addressed to "Mother," 1308 Washington Ave., Piqua, Ohio.  Mother is Mrs. Ralph (Christine M.) May.  Envelope is post marked May 11, 1961.

4779

1961

Air Raid Warden Postcard

1604

1945

Aircraft Engine Parts Catalog - 1 December 1944 - restricted

2745

1944

Aircrewman’s Gunnery Manual – issued by Aviation Training Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, U. S. Navy in collaboration with U. S. Army Air Forces – 1944 – OPNAV 33-40 – NAVAER 00-80S-40 - Restricted  - Navy Gunnery Manual sent to Harold Short member of the 101st Ohio General Assembly.

7486

1944

Airfield, Piqua – photo

1288

c.1950

Airmail Stamp, Piqua, Ohio – William Elbreckt designed this stamp as a High School art class member

1317

1938

Airplane photos - Charles Crosby Collection:                                                         (A) Trans World Airlines DC-3 at Dayton Airport in Vandalia,                                              (B) North American B-25 "Billy Mitchell" Bomber, location unknown,

(C) North American B-25 "Billy Mitchell" Bomber, location unknown,

2457

c. 1945

Album - a bound volume of a few lithographs and 50 (approximate) blank pages.  Messages written in the book are addressed to "Ella."  The identity of "Ella" cannot be determined from the book.  There are only five or six messages scattered throughout the book.  Internal evidence dates the book in 1891.

4417

1891

Album - The Forget Me Not album - this is a bound book with a few lithographs and approximately 50 blank pages published by Leavitt & Allen, New York.  On some of the pages are handwritten notes addressed to "Mollie" or to "Mary".  The notes deal with friendship.  The earliest note is dated 1837 and the last is 1859.  The album was evidently passed from person to person to write notes to the two ladies.  The writers are from a number of different communities in west central Ohio.  The identities of "Mary" and "Mollie" have not been determined.

4416

1837-1859

Alexander Brothers Grocery, 652 W. High Street (north east corner of High and College) – 2 interior photos and 3 exterior photos – c. 1897

7011

c. 1897

Alexander Stadium & Purk Field: Piqua Daily Call supplement

3351

2001

Alexander Stadium, Piqua-artist's drawing

4851

c. 2000

All-America City Yearbook – 1996 – Piqua was an All-America City Finalist,  Piqua is written up on page 58 of the yearbook.

7159

1996

All-America City Yearbook – 1998 – Piqua was an All-America City Finalist,  Piqua is written up on pages 86-87 of the yearbook.

7160

1998

All-American Cities Program - Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce - Materials relating to the beginning of Piqua's effort to become an All-American City

3155

1991

All-American City Award Official Entry – 1992 for Piqua, Ohio

6045

1992

Allen A since 1899 - Spotlight page of Dayton Daily News, Sunday, 19 August 1984

2659

1984

Allen A. Ski-Skins Catalog page from J.C. Penny

1637

1983

Allen A. Underwear decal

1600

n.d.

Allen-A Advertising (2)

1678

1942

Allen-A advertising folio, 1984-85 Fall/Winter - "The Ultimate in Function & Fashion: Turtlenecks, Underwear, Specialty Socks."

4403

1984

Allen-A Medalist - history

2574

c. 1971

Allen-A: Package Wrapper for "Insulated Bi-Ply, 2 layer thermal underwear," 1960

2355

1960

Allgyer – Marvin Ford Allgyer in his Navy uniform – 1945

6468

1945

Allisten Manor – Smith Catering food display photographs – 11” x 14” color and mounted on heavy board – 7 photographs

6884

c. 2000

Almanac, 1870 - Ayer's American Almanac

2334

1870

Alsbaugh Family Genealogy- see SC-2011

2019

1975

Altrusa - The International Altrusan, Vol. 49 No. 10 (June 1972) - featuring articles on Women's Liberation.

3532

1972

Altrusa Club - Letter from Altrusa Club Monroe, Michigan to Piqua Altrusa concerning a donation to the scholarship fund in the Name of Kathy Oda

2446

1994

Altrusa International - a collection of 3 articles on aging in The International Altrusan. [1] Vol. 40 No. 6 (Feb. 1963) "Taking the Old Out of Age" featuring "the battle of the ages" by Natalie Harris Cabot.  [2]  Vol. 41 No. 6 (Jan. 1964) "Taking the Old Out of Age" - a second monthly issue devoted to aging.  [3] Dec. 1974 - a copy of an article "Who the Senior Citizens Really Are" by Louis Harris.

3519

various

Altrusa International pin and bars with gold chains denoting 100 hours and 500 hours of service.

5330

n.d.

American Association of University Women - list of officers and 50th Anniversary Program

2319

1986

American Association of University Women - Piqua Branch; Program and Membership List

4153

1971-1972

American Association of University Women (AAUW) - Names Honored, 1971-1972 (Bequests and Gifts)

4145

1971-1972

American Association of University Women, Ohio Division, 1972-1973 Yearbook and Directory of State and Branch Officers

4146

1972-1973

American Association of University Women, Piqua Branch – program booklet for the years 1982-1983 – Elaine Nishwitz, Pres.; Ruth Biermann, Irma McCorkle, Program V. P.; Alice Gordon, Membership V.P.; Marjorie McColloch, Treas.; Ruth Speelman, Sec.

7494

1982

American Association of University Women, Piqua Branch – program booklet for the years 1987-1988 – Alice Gordon, Pres.; Connie Porcher, Program V. P.; Lynn Labs, Membership V.P.; Betty Straker, Treas.; Carolyn Jackson, Sec.

7495

1987

American Association of University Women, Piqua Branch – program booklet for the years 1988-1989 – Kathy Oda, Pres.; Connie Porcher, Program V. P.; Rosemary Schachner, Membership V.P.; Betty Straker, Treas.; Carolyn Jackson, Sec.

7496

1988

American Association of University Women, Piqua Branch – program booklet for the years 1989-1990 – Kathy Oda, Pres.; Kathy Alexander, Program V. P.; Rosemary Schachner, Membership V.P.; Delores Schultz, Sec.; Judy Owen, Treas.

7497

1989

American Association of University Women, Piqua Branch – program booklet for the years 1990-1991 – Kathy Oda, Pres.; Kathy Alexander, Program V. P.; Nancy Ulbrich, Membership V.P.; Delores Schultz, Sec.; Judy Owen, Treas.

7498

1990

American Association of University Women, Piqua Branch – program booklet for the years 1992-1993 – Sandy Miller, Pres.; Henrietta Hahn, Betty Straker, Program V. P.; Denise Gordon, Membership V.P.; Nancy Johnson, Sec.; Carolyn Alley, Treas.

7499

1992

American Association of University Women, Piqua Branch – program booklet for the years 1993-1994 – Sandy Miller, Pres.; Ruth Speelman, Alice Gordon, Program V. P.; Denise Gordon, Membership V.P.; Marcia Reed, Sec.; Carolyn Alley, Treas.

7500

1993

American Association of University Women, Piqua, Ohio branch - 1966-67 program

4878

1966-67

American Business Women's Association, Valley Echo Chapter Piqua, Ohio Bulletin - April1976

2713

1976

American Cancer Society, Miami County Unit, Deep X-Ray Machine donors: brass plaques- Jeanne Adkins, Ruth Bell, Florence Brining, Robert Dale Butts, Neva Chase, Verna Clawson, Mrs. C.T. Coon, Carl Copenhefer, Robert G. Davis, Grace Diltz, Mrs. Helen Dingee, Employees of the Dolly Toy Co. in memory of Charles W. Dysinger, Katharine L. Erbes, Roberta Fricke, TWIG no. 4 for Hazel Fry, William V. Garrison, Jr., George Glasmeier, Grant Glasmeier, Gustave Goldner, Mrs. Rae Harding, Iota Eta Chapter-Beta Sigma Phi Sorority-Troy, Clark Libbee, In loving memory of Evelyn K. Neff, In memory of Rodney Lee Alley, Matthias Link family, Marion Mason, Clara B. Meseck, Miami-Shelby Chapter S.P.E.B.S.O.S.A., Monroe Savings & Loan Assn., in memory of W. Howard Hoover, Mother's Guild-Piqua, Hanna Orr, Piqua Civic Club, Hazel Puterbaugh, Mrs. Savannah Slack Putnam, Sophia M. Renner, Charlotte Richardson, Gail Kaithe Smith, Charles C. Sobers, Mont Spillman, Virginia Klopfer Tilton, Sara Thornton Memorial, Troy Labor Council, Sylvia Webb, Mary L. Winkler

5001

n.d.

American east Coast and Ohio Valley

417

1755

American Federation of Musicians Certificate of Affiliation granted to the Musicians Protective Union - Local No. 576 A. F. of M. (American Federation of Musicians) of Piqua, Ohio - 27 March 1918.  The following were listed as charter members:  George e. Parlett, H. B. Greensmyer, George William Henry, Charles Oblinger, Charles Fisher, Christian Zahn, Herbert Butler and Michael Holler.

4648

1918

American Gold Star Mothers, Inc., Applications for Membership filed by mothers from Miami County in 1947 & Jan. 1948. These are copies of the original applications.  The following are mothers who filed applications in this collection (name of deceased veteran son in parenthesis): Alma T. Graef (Robert S. Graef); Kathrine Fitzsimmons (Richard Fitzsimmons); Rosie M. Sippel (Ollie Leo Sippel); Edith M. Westfall (John C. Westfall, Jr.); Mary R. Eisert (Leo Carl Eisert); Anna M. Gaier (Edward F. Gaier); Ruth L. Peters (William Warren Peters, Jr.); Roxana B. Ellerman (Alexander Ellerman, III); Edith E. Ruffner (Elbert Morgan Ruffner); Carrie O. Kiesewetter (William Myrle Kiesewetter); Goldie B. Mullin (Vernon C. Mullin); Ethel L. Smith (Kenneth L. Smith); Mrs. Anthony (Theresa) Moniaci (James Moniaci); Elizabeth S. Seipel (Richard August Seipel); Mabel E. Wack (Robert Joseph Wack); Elizabeth Ann Baumann (James Sylvester Baumann); Ethel A. Lillicrap (Fredrex George Lillicrap); Hannah E. Elliott (George L. Elliott); Viola May Woods (Clarence Harold Woods); Marcella Brower (Robert Francis Brower); Sarah Belle Cromer (Robert James Cromer); Bessie Ellen Black (Charles Harold Black).

6636

1947

American Highway Atlas prepared by the H.M. Gousha Co., Chicago - distributed as advertising by the Allen-A Company, Piqua, Ohio [This is located in Drawer #8 of the Map Case.]

3612

1961

American In France (The): Figurative French Pronunciation, Usual Words and Sentences.  Probably given to American travelers to France c. 1910

6269

c. 1910

American Legion - "Legion Frolic Program", May's Opera House 29 & 30 November 1927; AND American Legion Minstrel and Revue, 28 Feb. and 1 Mar. 1933, Miami Theatre

2662

1927, 1933

American Legion - [1] 15th Annual National Convention Program, Chicago, 2-5 October 1933.  [2] Official World's Fair in Pictures: A Century of Progress Exposition - 1933, Chicago World's Fair

3277

1933

American Legion - [1] 17th Annual National Convention Program, St. Louis, 23-26 September 1935.  [2] Davis Café advertising cards, Terre Haute, IN., Breakfast 15 cents, Chicken Dinner 25 cents.  [3] St. Louis Street Car and bus routes and fares pamphlet.  [4] Parade Order 23 September 1935

3279

1935

American Legion - [1] 18th Annual State Convention Program, 23-25 August 1936, Portsmouth, Ohio.  [2] Portsmouth, Ohio: A Pictorial Study of Civic and Industrial Enterprise, 1936

3280

1936

American Legion - [1] 18th National Convention Program, Cleveland, 20-24 September 1936.  [2] Official Book of American Legion Events: National Convention - Cleveland - 1936.  [3] Program for "National Parade & Wreck", 21 September 1936.  [4] "Convention Notes" booklet.  [5] Map of Cleveland.

3281

1936

American Legion - [1] 21st Annual State convention Program, 20-22 August 1939, Akron.  [2] General Parade Order, 19 August 1939.  [3] Parade Orders, 21 August 1939.  [4] Parade line-up map.  [5] Grande Voiture of Ohio Official Call 19th Grande Promenade.  [6] Proceedings of the 18th Grande Promenade. [7] "In-and-out Map of Akron."  [8] Trophies and Awards, 21st Convention. [9] "Legion Delegate Credential Card" issued to Newell McCartney.  [10] "Delegate 19th Grande Promenade" card issued to Newell McCartney.  [11] "Proceedings 19th Grande Promenade."  [12] Delegate envelope.  [13] Veterans News 18 August 1939.

3283

1939

American Legion - [1] 21st National Convention Program, 25-28 September 1939, Chicago.  [2] Reunions Information.  [3] Industrial Tours.  [4] Letter from the National Commander.  [5] The Gavel: Official Publication of the Past Commanders Club of the American Legion, September 1939. [6]  20th National Promenade Program and Parade Order.  [7] Advertisement for Veteran's Craft Exchange.  [8] Delegate envelope #13894.

3284

1939

American Legion - [1] 22nd State Convention Program, 25-27 August 1940, Toledo.  [2] Parade Order.  [3] Sightseeing Trips for Convention Visitors.  [4] Toledo Map.  [5] Grande Voiture of Ohio Official Call 20th Grande Promenade.  [6] "Convention Notes."  [7] "Mental Hygiene: A Plan of Action for the American Legion and 40 et 8." [8] Delegate envelope

3285

1940

American Legion - [1] Department of Ohio 13th Annual Convention - Cleveland, 16-18 August 1931. [2] "The Rainbow of Hotel Winton" 17 August 1931.

3273

1931

American Legion - [1] Eleventh National Convention Program, 30 September-3 October 1929, Louisville, KY. [2] Kentucky Progress Magazine "American Legion Edition", October 1929. [3] "Beautiful Kentucky" pamphlet. [4] Churchill Downs Official Program, 30 September 1929.

3272

1929

American Legion - [1] Twentieth Annual State convention Program, Cincinnati, 24-26 July 1938.  [2] Grande virtue of Ohio, Official Call: 18th Grande Promenade (including Reports of officers and Minutes of 17th Grande Promenade).  [3] Ticket to dog races at Harrison Kennel Club.  [4] Ticket for admission to Coney Island.  [5] Newell McCartney identified as delegate on typed piece of paper.  [6] Attendance prize ticket.  [7] General Parade Order, 19 July 1938.  [8] Delegate Envelope.

3282

1938

American Legion - 13th Annual National Convention Program, 21-24 September 1931 - Detroit, MI

3274

1931

American Legion - 14th Annual State Convention Program, 14-16 August 1932 - and "Ohio Special" Official Itinerary of the proposed train tour to the 14th Annual National Convention in Portland, OR.  Tour began on 6 September 1932 and ended on 27 September 1932.

3275

1932

American Legion - 15th Annual State Convention Program, 13-15 August 1933 - Lima

3276

1933

American Legion - 16th Annual State Convention Program, 18-20 August 1934, Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio

3278

1934

American Legion – 95th Birthday Celebration, November 9, 2014, Paul Schnell American Legion Post 184, Chartered October 10, 1919.  Schnell-Westfall American Legion Post 184, Chartered February 5, 1947 – celebration program

7001

2014

American Legion - Fourth Annual Convention of the American Legion of Ohio, 11-12 September 1922, Dayton, Ohio - Program

3270

1922

American Legion - Musical Score and instrumental parts for "American Legion Minstrel - 1933," piano, violin, trombone, trumpet, 1st Alto, 2nd Tenor, 3rd Alto.  [2] "American Legion George Washington Bi-Centennial Certificate."

3286

1933

American Legion - Ninth Annual Convention of the American Legion of Ohio, 24-26 July 1927, Canton, Ohio - program and materials.

3271

1927

American Legion - Paul Schnell Post 184, American Legion, Piqua, Ohio Drum and Bugle Corps photograph (copy) - standing on the front steps of Piqua High School.  Included is an identification of the members and a list of the officers and personnel of Post 184.

4461

1933

American Legion (Dept. of Ohio) - 17th Annual Convention brochure: Aug/1935-Dayton, Ohio

3326

1935

American Legion Locomotive photographs: [#1,2,3] Photos of the first Miami County Voiture, Chemin De fer D' Ohio 40/8 locomotive and box car built between 1920 and 1930 and used in parades, festivals, and conventions. [#4] is a photo of the second locomotive built in the early 1960s on the chassis of an old Piqua Fire department Ambulance (a Packard Chassis).

3618

c. 1930 & c. 1963

American Legion -photos (5): [1] 40/8 Engine with Piqua Rangers in a parade, c.1960's, [2] 40/8 Officers, 1960, names listed on the back, [3] Voiture 34 Engine (Dayton) in a parade in Piqua, [4] Legion Officers, 1961, names on the back, [5] Past Commanders of Post 184, 1960's, names on the back.

3901

c.1961

American Legion bowling team November 12, 1947

7328

1947

American Legion members

7330

1947

American Legion Show - presented by the American Legion Band, ERK Cottrell Post No. 140, Greenville, Ohio, 22-23 May 1922

3269

1922

American Legion Slo-Pitch softball team photograph - names of the players are on the back of the photo.

3616

1975

American Legion Window Display

1672

1946

American Machine Telephone Co. Card

1059

c.1900

American Machinist magazine, Vol. 58, No. 10, March 8, 1923, pages 359-370.  Within these pages is an article titled, “Modern Methods of Making Shovels of Molybdenum Steel,” by Fred H. Colvin, Editor, American Machinist.  This article is about the processes used by The Wood Shovel and Tool Company of Piqua, Ohio.  The article includes 21 pictures of the manufacturing processes.  The article has been scanned and saved under Pictures, Small Collections photos, MS-7982, Wood Shovel.

7982

1923

American Pullmatch Corp. brochure and samples

1465

n.d.

American Red Cross – The Red Cross Magazine, vol, XII, no. 9 – October 1917 – World War I

6979

1917

American Red Cross – The Red Cross Magazine, vol, XIII, no. 3 – March 1918 – World War I

6980

1918

American Red Cross – The Red Cross Magazine, vol, XIVI, no. 3 – March 1919 – troops returning from World War I.

6981

1919

American Red Cross “Agnes” relief newsletter

1647

1972

American Red Cross official vehicle flyer

1646

n.d.

American Red Cross Text Book on Home Dietetics, 1917 – This book with notes in the back and throughout the book belonged to Gertrude Flesh, daughter of L. M. Flesh.  In the year just after World War I Miss Flesh went to France to assist in relief efforts on behalf of the American Red Cross.

5722

1917

American Revolution Bicentennial – The Bicentennial Year, Piqua, Ohio: Official Schedule of Local Activities.  Prepared by the Piqua Bicentennial Committee.

6081

1976

American School Desk Furniture Co., - photo – Washington Avenue

782

1904

American Sheet Steel Co., Roller’s Statement

1070

c.1900

American Shoe Shop, Advertising – Piqua, OH

333

1929

American Straw Board Co. Paper Mill, west end of North Street – photo

848

1896

American Strawboard Co., OL#45, Deed Abstract

97

1923

American Telephone and Telegraph Company – a 4 ½” x 3 ½” invitation card [in poor condition] which reads as follows: The American Telephone and Telegraph Company invites you to attend the opening of the Long Distance Lines, connecting Piqua with the principal Cities of the East and West, on Saturday, January 20, 1894, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the Parlors of the Hotel Plaza.

6805

1894

American Water Works Association:  group photograph of Ohio Section A.W.W.A. - 3 & 4 November 1949 - On the back of the picture is a newspaper photo of Market Square (Piqua) on a busy summer day

4105

1949

American’s Creed, The presented to Maxine Greenbaum upon high school graduation by Congressman William McCulloch – 1960

6698

1960

An Industrial, Economical, Recreational Guide to Piqua, Ohio

3335

1957

Ancient Artifacts – The Hughes Farm Site (46-Oh-9), Ohio County, West Virginia by Robert C. Dunnell.  Publication Series No. 7, West Virginia Archeological Society, Inc. Moundsville, West Virginia – Descriptions, drawings and photographs of the excavation of the Hughes Farm Site and the artifacts found at the site.

5782

1962

Angle Hardware Co. – Plymouth Rope brochure distributed by Angle Hardware Co., Piqua, Ohio

6525

c. 1910

Anna’s Autograph Book

75

1876-80

Annie Oakley Days pins

1893

n.d.

Annie Oakley in London, an article by Bess Edwards in Taking Aim the newsletter of the Annie Oakley Foundation, 1991

2776

1991

Annual Commencement, Houston Special High School, June 15, 1911 program

6528

1911

Anshe Emeth Lodge B’Nai B’Rith and Women’s Chapter memorial plaques – photograph of three wood memorial boards.  Also a photograph of the Anshe Emeth Friends photo gallery.

7238

2015

Anthony, Carolyn family genealogy

2021

1974

Antique Clothing Pattern from the Piqua Heritage Festival.  Patterns are from Past Patterns and include: 006 - 19th Century Gent's Drawers.  007 - Two Mid-19th Century Shirts.  711 - 1860s Homestead Dress.  803 - 1850s-1860s Pioneer Dress.  802 & 803 - Victorian Bonnet.  Also a  collection of five scrapbook pages showing pictures of antique dresses and instructions for making dresses and bonnets.

5120

1986

Anti-Semitic Booklets

104

1939-1940

Antolick, Kathy J., Jury Summons

2486

1978

Applegett Family photographs [1] Harold “Lefty” Applegett and Dorothy Miller Applegett, c. 1985;  [2] Harold and Dorothy Applegett and daughters Lynnelle Applegett Heffner and Deborah Applegett Meek, c. 1985;  [3] The entire Harold Applegett Family c. 1985: (seated) Harold and Dorothy Applegett and Dennis Heffner (son-in-law), (standing l to r) Adam Todd Meek, Deborah Applegett Meek, Gary D. Meek (son-in-law), Cassandra Dawn Meek, Jason Darby Heffner, Lynnelle Applegett Heffner, Douglas Lee Heffner.  [4] Lefty and Dot Applegett and their grandchildren, c. 1985. [5] The Applegett grandchildren, c. 1985 [6] Dot Appleget and her grandsons, Christmas 1975. [7] Debbie Meek, Adam Meek, Doug and Jason Heffner, Dawn Meek and Denny Heffner, June 1977. [8] Adam Meek and Doug Heffner, Fall 1977.  [9] The Applegett grandchildren, Christmas at 9271 N. Spiker Rd., Piqua, December 25, 1977.  [10] Lefty and his grandchildren, c. 1980.  [11] E.U.B. Church softball team, 1937 – Lefty Applegett is in the 2nd row, 2nd from right.  [12] Group of men being inducted into the U.S. Army, 1942 standing in front of the Piqua Post Office waiting to ship out.  Lefty Applegett is 2nd row, 2nd from left.  [13] Prudential Insurance Company sales meeting, c. 1950.  Harold “Lefty” Applegett top row 8th from left.  [14] Applegett horses, “Robbie” and “Blaze”

6201

Various

Applegett, Harold E.- Piqua High School diploma - class of 1936

4529

1936

Arbor Day

450

26-Apr-01

Arbor Day Photograph “District #8”

1254

1901

Arby’s Restaurants coupons from 1982

6075

1982

Arcanum M.E. Church Centennial Program

1458

1936

Arcanum, OH Centennial brochure

1896

1950

Archaeological Bulletin Vol.8 No.1 article on pg. 1 by T. Rayner

1736

1917

Archaeological Museum at Indian Hills 4-H Camp:  documents relating to the creation of a museum of archeological artifacts in a log cabin at the camp.  [1] An overview of the project; [2] A list of dondations for the construction of the log cabin; [3] A list of artifacts and their donors that were part of a traveling exhibit taken to the various schools in Miami County; [4] Thank you letters to four individuals who had donated or loaned prehistoric artifacts to the museum.  Accompanying each letter is a list of the artifacts the individual had donated or loaned. [5] A description of the contents of a time capsule the Archeological Society buried in 1963.

8068

1963 & 1968

Archaeology - eight photographs of the elementary school Project Discovery student archaeology excavation of the Brewery Site north of the East Ash St. bridge on the east side of the Great Miami River.  The excavation was led by Jim Oda and involved students from Delores Schultz Project Discovery Class.

5269

1990

Archaeology - Three photographs of the elementary school Project Discovery student archaeology excavation of the Brewery Site north of the East Ash St. bridge on the east side of the Great Miami River.  The excavation was led by Jim Oda and involved students from Delores Schultz Project Discovery Class.

5268

1989

Architectural Photographs - black/white - photographer Kathy Oda

2038

?

Architectural Photographs - color

2037

1980

Architecture: "What Style Is It?" booklet identifying styles from the colonial period to the 20th century.

4106

1979

Army Induction - 1511th Service Detachment Unit - Cincinnati, Ohio:  photo, list of names & Induction letter

4545

1942

Army-Navy “E” Certificate presented to Margaret Calhoun who worked for Robbins & Myers, Inc. – certificate is dated April 30, 1943 – also a formal invitation to the ceremony for the awarding of the Army-Navy “E” to Robbins & Myers on April 13, 1943 in the Piqua High School Auditorium.

5781

1943

Arnett murders, photographs and clippings

1476

15-May-79

Arnett, Harold - hand printed with accompanying cartoons explaining how the Ohio Highway Patrol in particular and the police and government in general are using electronics to spy on him, harass him and in general make his life miserable.  The beginning incident is 1949.

5232

1949

Arni Music Store Postcard

1047

1911

Arnold, Blanche and Ida Wright - photograph taken by Beem's Art gallery of Greenville, Ohio

3573

c. 1890

Arrowhead on souvenir card

3305

n.d.

Arrowston, 1220 Park Ave. - nomination form to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places Inventory

2586

1976

Art Guild Program

1489

1981

Art Loan, the (7 copies, 1 original)

973

c.1886

Art Show 2004 - Fifth Third Bank Fine Art Exhibition and Sale 2004 - Miscellaneous materials

5115

2004

Art Show at Miami Citizens National Bank, 1968 - photograph- Individuals in the photo are Jane Oda, Mary Bredeson, Mary Randles, Connie John

3774

1968

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 1

5009

1897

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 2

5010

1897

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 3

5011

1897

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 4

5012

1897

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 5

5013

1897

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 6

5014

1897

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 7

5015

1897

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 8

5016

1897

Art Work of Miami County, Ohio, Part 9

5017

1897

Arthur - Chester A. Arthur - photo print probably used in the 1880 Presidential Election campaign by the Republican Party.  Arthur vas the Republican candidate for Vice President.

4666

1880

Arthur, Jery - picture taken at Grandma Wolf's - Piqua, Oh.

3425

N.D.

Artwork of Miami County Part 2

1810

1897

Artwork of Miami County Part 4

1811

1897

Artwork of Miami County Part 5

1812

1897

Artwork of Miami County Part 6

1813

1897

Artwork of Miami County Part 7

1814

1897

Artwork of Miami County Part 8

1815

1897

Artwork of Miami County Part 9

1816

1897

Ash Street - 100 Block East Ash Photograph

1780

1945

Ash Street - 127 W. Ash Street - demolition and construction photographs

2098

?

Ash Street - 129 W. Ash, corner W. Ash & N. Wayne Wagner Groven Co. photograph

1572

1905

Ash Street - 218 W. Ash – photo

943

c.1980

Ash Street – East,727 – photo

766

1980

Ash Street Bridge - photograph

2232

1975

Ash Street Bridge-Picture

1883

n.d.

Ash Street Stone Canal Bridge

586

n.d.

Ash Street, West, 200 – photo

722

n.d.

Ash Street, West, 324

511

1980

Ash Street, West, 325

530

n.d.

Ash-120 1/2 W. Ash-Marion Seiler, Dentist &Henry Kauffman, Dentist-photo

2201

c. 1948

Ashton Bros., 417 East Side Main St. - Burdock Blood Bitters 1892 Almanac - contains hand-written daily notes on the weather by an anonymous person

2316

1892

Aspinall, Thomas B., Grocery - fancy card

3308

n.d.

Associated Charities Minute Book (copy)

114

1900-1910

Associated Charities Minute Book (copy)

115

1910-1970

Associated Charities of Piqua – Four letters from Piqua businessmen accepting appointments to the Finance Committee of the Associated Charities of Piqua.  The letters are written to Mr. Meyer Louis, Secretary of the Associated Charities.  Three of the letters are dated April 29, 1931 and are from H. E. Sims (Secretary and Treasurer of Atlas Underwear); C. B. Upton (General Manager of French Oil Mill Machinery Co.); Logan A. Frazier (Vice President and General Manager of George H. Rundle Co.).  A fourth letter is dated May 1, 1931 and is from Warren S. Gravett (Cashier of Citizens National Bank & Trust Co. Also included in this folder is an article plus photos about the work of Piqua Charities from The Dayton Journal Sunday, February 21, 1926.

7572

1926 & 1931

Associated Charities of Piqua – Secretary’s Book containing minutes of meetings and financial reports from November 7, 1900 to March 28, 1910.  Year end reports and the names of officers and members are located in this book.  Also included is the Constitution of the organization.

7571

1900-1910

Assorted Household Labels

1901

c. 1930

Atlas Printer’s Plates (6)

1415

n.d.

Atlas Underwear - eight photographs of employees in various departments and of the Atlas Cafeteria and one photo of machine shop workers.

4462

c. 1905

Atlas Underwear - Meeting Minutes - 1923-1954

2349

1923-1954

Atlas Underwear - Photographs just before and after demolition

2321

c. 1990

Atlas Underwear- "One Size Fits All" 35MM negative of 10 men of varying sizes wearing Atlas Long johns

2014

1964

Atlas Underwear / Allen-A Company Picnic photo – 8” x 10” black/white – circa 1950’s

7876

c. 1950’s

Atlas Underwear “Pindor” stocking advertisement

1605

1960

Atlas Underwear Co. – artist’s pen and ink drawing of the three factory buildings (two in Piqua, one in Richmond, Indiana) which made up the production facilities of the Atlas Underwear Co.

5643

c. 1915

Atlas Underwear Co. - Audit Report - Dec. 31, 1915

2300

1915

Atlas Underwear Co. - Balance Sheet - December 31, 1925

2301

1925

Atlas Underwear Co. - Blue print for "Alterations & Additions to Mill Building, Piqua, OH - W.E. Russ, Architect, Dayton, OH.  One sheet - blue print - sheet #2 dated 19 April 1909.

5196

1909

Atlas Underwear Co. – Construction drawings for a New Warehouse for Atlas Underwear, Piqua, Ohio.  The date of the drawings is 20 December 1962.

5654

1962

Atlas Underwear Co. – photo

748

1906

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photograph - Atlas female model in an early version of Ski-Skins.  Four 8x10 negatives and four positives.

5338

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photograph - Atlas male mannequin wearing SuPORTS brand T-shirt and boxer briefs.  Two 8x10 negatives and two positives.

5340

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photograph - Atlas male mannequin wearing SuPORTS brand T-shirt and briefs.  Two 8x10 negatives and two positives.

5341

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photograph - Atlas male model in a lounging suit consisting of a knit sweatshirt and knit sweat pants.  Five 8x10 negatives and 5 positives.

5336

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photograph - Atlas male model in an early version of Ski-Skins.  One 8x10 negative and one positive.

5337

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photograph - Atlas male model wearing a singlet, a one piece knit undershirt-boxer brief.  One 8x10 negative and one positive.

5334

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photograph - photo showing the double knit construction of Atlas thermal underwear and Ski-Skins.  One 8x10 negative and one positive.

5339

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photograph - Two Atlas male models, one wearing a knit singlet and the other in thermal underwear with short sleeves.  One 8x10 negative and one positive.

5335

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - photograph of the office staff inside the Atlas Office - Mr. L.M. Flesh seated behind the desk.

3601

1905

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photographs - Atlas male model wearing a knit undershirt and knit briefs.  Two 8x10 negatives and two positives of the negatives.

5332

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Photographs - Atlas male model wearing a knit undershirt and knit boxer briefs.  Two 8x10 negatives and two positives of the negatives.

5333

late 1940s

Atlas Underwear Co. - Price list - 1974-75

2302

1974-75

Atlas Underwear Co. Corp. income and profits tax return

1539

1920

Atlas Underwear Co. photographs (4): [1] employees, 1909, [2,3,4] employees c.1912, names on the back.

3825

1904, c.1912

Atlas Underwear Co., Fred E. Fletcher – Standard Sizes for Knit Underwear, published by the Underwear Institute, National Bureau of Standards – 1935 with a supplement published and dated October 26, 1936.

7775

1935 & 1936

Atlas Underwear Co.: Measuring tape – cloth 80” long, advertising “Mature fit Richmond Closed Crotch” underwear, a division of “The Atlas Underwear company, Piqua, Ohio, Makers of

Precision Tailored Atlas-Sized Underwear”

5690

n.d.

Atlas Underwear Company – interior/workers photo

626

c.1890

Atlas Underwear Company - photos of the demolition of the Atlas Underwear Factory buildings in early May 1994

3432

1994

Atlas Underwear Company – The Atlas World, December 1919 – magazine published by the Atlas Underwear Company – prepared by Wallace E. Hiastt, printed by G. O. Ballinger Co.

7879

1919

Atlas Underwear Company – The Atlas World, February 1920 – magazine published by the Atlas Underwear Company – prepared by Wallace E. Hiastt, printed by G. O. Ballinger Co.

7880

1920

Atlas Underwear Company – undergarment tag – “SuPORTS” The Atlas Underwear Co. Piqua, Ohio

7757

c. 1948

Atlas Underwear Company advertisement 1915

2785

1915

Atlas Underwear Company building seen from the corner of Park Ave. and N. Downing St. with the Superior Underwear Co. building in the background.  c. 1935

6431

c. 1935

Atlas Underwear Company Employees News magazine, February and June 1920

2780

1920

Atlas Underwear Company photographs – Two 6” x 8” cepia photos: [1] The cutting room, c. 1915; [2] the pressing room, c. 1915.

7875

c. 1915

Atlas Underwear Corporation – a pad of inventory control forms.

7249

n.d.

Atlas Underwear demolition -24 pictures

4831

1994

Atlas Underwear Financial Statements 12-31964

4129

1964

Atlas Underwear knitting department c. 1900 – also, the obituary of Fred J. Mang a knitter and 30 year Atlas employee who may be one of the men in the photo.

7980

C. 1900

Atlas Underwear measuring tape - 80"

4905

N.D.

Atlas Underwear Photograph (stored in map case, oversize)

1556

1910

Atlas Underwear Plant Demolition – photos

671

n.d.

Atlas Underwear salesman Training Book

1557

1910

Atlas Underwear time cards on microfilm

2076

1960

Atlas Underwear Timeline

4130

n.d.

Atlas Underwear Warehouse construction photograph album by F.A. Archer

1202

1963

Atlas World 2 pages of newsletters

1417

n.d.

Atlas World, The-Atlas Underwear Co.

38

1919-1920

Atomic Age Piqua Survey

1742

1957

Atomic City Cookbook

1694

c.1965

Atomics International: Nuclear Power Plants pamphlet

326

1960’s

Auction notice - sale of lots on East Ash Street, Piqua

2511

1926

Auction Poster - Public Auction - 3rd Annual Christmas for Kids - Piqua Armory, Thursday, 14 November , 5:00 p.m.

3603

1996

AUDUBON OHIO - 1st issue

1948

2000

Autograph Book, Alpha (Spring Hills, Ohio)

155

1893

Automobile Advertisements

831

1930’s

14-Jan-19