Small Collections B

NAME

SC NO.

DATE

B.V.D. Advertisement

930

c.1910

Bachman, Duane – Poster “Piqua Honors Duane Bachman One of the Best, June 29, 2016” – this poster is located in Drawer 17 of the Local History Map Case.

7580

2016

Backdoll, Frank - photo

3662

c. 1900

Bailey's Dairy Delivery - photograph

2119

c.1900

Baker, Harold - Oral History of Harold Baker, president of Miami County Historical Society and past employee of the Miami County Power House.  Interview done by Terry Wright, 17 October 1985

5066

1985

Ball Memorial Hospital – photo

1285

c.1950

Ball Memorial Hospital, Piqua, Ohio as it was originally built without additions c. 1910 – 3 ½” x 5” black/white

6544

c. 1910

Ballard, William & Marie Mote, West Branch Meeting room Marriage Cert.

1912

1849

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad – Plat map showing B. & O. Trestle along Piqua, Hydraulic Canal.  Plat is dated 15 October 1935

5553

1935

Band Photo

866

c.1919

Bank Bag – blue vinyl with zipper top – 10 ¾” x 5” – printed in white:  “Gloria Rigola Properties Inc., Craycon Corporation”

6713

n.d.

Baptist Home of Upper Miami, Gertrude S. Flesh Memorial - Dedication Service program - 6 December 1964 - 650 N. Downing St., Piqua, Ohio - former home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Flesh.

5114

1964

Barbee, Elsie (Mrs. Williamson) – photo

645

c.1910

Barber / Beauty Shop – photograph of the interior with three chairs – possibly the photo is of Raglin’s Beauty Shoppe, 428 W. High in which case the woman in the photo is Harriet C. Mills the operator of the shop.

6659

c. 1928

Barclay's Gentleman's Apparel merchandise bags

3121

n.d.

Barfels, Wayne - photo

3888

n/d

Barn Advertisement - S.N. Arni Pianos, 111 Water St. - photo - location of barn is unknown

2226

c. 1950s

Barn photographs - Shaeffer Barn - Kessler, Union Township, Miami County, Ohio

2033

?

Barnes, H.W.B.-Church Music

85

1913-1935

Barnhart Family Bible - listing the family of Samuel Barnhart and Martha Teach Barnhart

5233

1915

Barrett’s Mechanics’ Lien Laws of Ohio – 1923 by John P. Barrett

6508

1923

Barringer, Don - [1] three negatives which would not print.  [2] YMCA Membership Card dated 20 October 1929.  [3] Membership Card for Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite for year ending 20 September 1937.  [4] Envelope which contained many of the above negatives.  Envelope is addressed to Mrs. Don Barringer, 704 Young St., Piqua with a return address of Pfc Don Barringer 35872273, 265 MP Plt APO 857, c/0 PM Miami, Fla.  The enveloped is post marked U.S. Army Postal Service 1945.  [5] A copy of Harry Donald Barringer obituary.

5358

1929, 1937, 1945, 1996

Barringer, Don - photograph of a lady with a U.S. Army Sergeant and a U.S. Navy sailor.  The lady is probably Mrs. Don (Mildred Alice Black) Barringer.  The two servicemen are not identified.  Photo was probably  taken in Piqua - 1 negative and 1 positive.

5346

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - photograph of a man in a field with horses.  Man is not identified - 1 negative and 1 positive.

5349

n.d.

Barringer, Don - photograph of a U.S. Army Master Sergeant - not identified - probably a retirement photo taken in the back yard of a home probably in Piqua - date is not determined - 1 negative and 1 positive.

5348

n.d.

Barringer, Don - photograph of a very large dead snake - WWII British Guiana - 1 negative and 1 positive.

5357

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - photographs - photo of two young men, probably Eric and Brent Barringer, dressed in World War II German Army Uniforms.  The photo is from approximately 1970 - 2 negatives and 3 positives.

5350

c. 1970

Barringer, Don - photographs - unidentified U.S. Navy enlisted man.  Photo was taken in Piqua - 2 negatives and 2 positives.

5345

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs - World War II - He was a Military Policeman stationed in British Guiana [today Guyana]with the 265th MP Regiment.  These photos are of Don Barringer only - 14 negatives and 15 positives]. 

5342

c.1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs - World War II - He was a Military Policeman stationed in British Guiana [today Guyana] with the 265th MP Regiment.  These photos are of Don Barringer with other MP personnel - 8 negatives and 10 positives.

5343

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs - World War II - He was a Military Policeman stationed in British Guiana [today Guyana]with the 265th MP Regiment.  These are individual photos of Don Barringer outside of the barracks area - 15 negatives and 15 positives].

5351

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs - World War II - He was a Military Policeman stationed in British Guiana [today Guyana]with the 265th MP Regiment.  These are individual photos of Don Barringer outside of the barracks area - 15 negatives and 18 positives].

5352

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs - World War II - He was a Military Policeman stationed in British Guiana [today Guyana]with the 265th MP Regiment.  These are individual photos of Don Barringer taken inside or near the barracks area - 10 negatives and 10 positives].

5353

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs - World War II - He was a Military Policeman stationed in British Guiana [today Guyana]with the 265th MP Regiment.  These are individual photos of Don Barringer taken on the streets of Georgetown, British Guiana - 5 negatives and 5 positives].

5354

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs - World War II - He was a Military Policeman stationed in British Guiana [today Guyana]with the 265th MP Regiment.  These are  photos of Don Barringer with other members of his unit taken in British Guiana - 22 negatives and 22 positives].

5355

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs - World War II - He was a Military Policeman stationed in British Guiana [today Guyana]with the 265th MP Regiment.  These are  photos of other members of the unit taken in British Guiana - 22 negatives and 22 positives].

5356

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - photographs of a lady and small child watching a train carrying two locomotives.  The lady is probably Mrs. Don (Mildred) Barringer and the child is probably Eric Barringer.  The location is probably the B&O Railroad tracks east of Piqua - 2 negatives and 2 positives.

5347

c. 1944

Barringer, Don - Photographs of other Military Police personnel - British Guiana - 7 negatives and 8 positives.

5344

c. 1944

Barrington Census

120

1826

Barrington, William R. - Indenture papers for apprenticeship dated 19 January 1813, and a bill for delivery of his goods dated 28 April 1820 (copies)

2587

1813 and 1820

Barrington, William Robinson – A handwritten book of mathematical terms and processes with rules and examples dated January 19, 1810.  Barrington won a penmanship prize for the writing in this book.

8003

1810

Barry’s Skateland – a 3 7/8” x 2 3/8” heavy stock card – red with white lettering:  “Barry’s Deluxe Family Pass, Barry’s Skateland, High & Harrison Streets, Uptown Piqua, Ohio – Family Pass – Personally Issued by Barry, No. 512”.  Barry’s Skateland was a roller skating rink on Harrison Street at the point where East High dead-ends into Harrison.

6706

n.d.

Bartel, Clarence J. - certificate of commission as a Notary Public for Miami County for three years beginning 19 January 1938 and beginning 20 January 1941

5323

1938 & 1941

Bartel, Clarence J. - certificate of commission as Postmaster, Piqua, Ohio beginning 1 February 1934 and a second commission beginning 1 April 1938.

5324

1934 & 1938

Baseball Team photograph, copy, c. 1890.  Also a photo of 4 boys, c. 1900

4409

c. 1890 & c. 1900

Basketball program – Class B, 7th Annual Regional Basketball Tournament, March 1949, Wittenberg Field House, Springfield, Ohio

7806

1949

Basketball program – Official Program and Score Card, 27th Annual Basketball (State) Toiurnament, Ohio High School Athletic Association, Coliseum, State Fair Grounds, Columbus, Ohio, March 1949

7808

1949

Basketball programs – Class A, State Regional Basketball Tournament at Hobart Arena, Troy for the following years: 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961

7807

1954-1961

Basketball programs – Southwestern Ohio High School Athletic Association District Tournament, Hobart Arena, Troy, Ohio – programs for the following years: 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961

7805

1954-1961

Basketball programs – State High School Basketball Tournament for the following years: 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960

7809

1953-1960

Basketball Programs: North-South Cage Classic, Hobart Arena, Troy – held in June of the following years: 1958, 1959, 1960

7810

1958-1960

Basketball tickets – [a] two tickets to Lima Central vs. Piqua High School at Bennett Gym on Friday, February 7, 1930;  [b] thirteen tickets to Piqua Indians vs. Troy at Bennett Gym on Friday, January 9, 1931.

6882

1930 & 1931

Battery C, 136 Field Artillery Battalion, Ohio National Guard Korean War Veterans 60th Anniversary Welcome program – produced by Charles Alexander and Paul Staley.  2011

5954

2011

Battery C. 12th C.A. (Costal Artillery) Training Battalion, Fort Eustis, Virginia  - panoramic photograph 36” x 10” in a wood frame 37½” x 11½”.  This photo was found in a basement storage room of a commercial building in Piqua.  The unit trained with a very large railway gun.  .  This photo is stored on the 3rd floor with the art collection.

7304

1941

Battle of Lake Erie (The), Robert J. Dodge – reprinted May 1986 – this is a Master of Arts thesis written at the Ohio State University in 1961.

6487

1961/1986

Battle’s Furniture and Appliances, Fletcher, Ohio receipt for the purchase of an oil heater on Sept. 16, 1959 by William Tyler.  Attached to the receipt is a $3.00 sales tax stamp, a $1.50 sales tax stamp and a 30¢ sales tax stamp.

7626

1959

Baugh, 2nd Lt. William J. – in uniform probably just after completion of Air Force pilot training – c. 1958

5755

c. 1958

Baugh, George A. – senior photograph of George A. Baugh, Piqua High School Class of 1982 – photo taken November 27, 1981

7373

1981

Baugh, Major William - Return to U.S. from Vietnamese Prison - Retirement.  Newspaper articles from March 1973, May 1973 and February 1983, laminated for display.  Also three photos from the Piqua Daily Call (gloss photos)

5206

1973 & 1983

Baugh, William, Maj. USAF, POW - Welcome Home bumper stickers, a welcome home poster, section 1 of Piqua Daily Call, Thursday, 8 March 1973 with photos and articles of Maj. Baugh's return from North Vietnamese captivity.

2933

1973

Baugh’s Farmers’ Almanac, 1909 – published by Baugh & Sons Company, Philadelphia

7600

1909

Baum, L. Frank - The Sea Fairies, 1911 - a novel by the author of The Wizard of Oz books.  Baum was an author of children's fantasy books, poems, novels, plays, musicals and movie scripts.  He produced the first Oz book in 1901 and followed it with a series in the same theme.

5123

1911

Baumann, Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Funeral Card - died 18 December 1973

2854

1973

Beachler – bills and receipts written to Fred Daniels by Doctors J. M. Beachler, Sr., M.D. and Dr. J. M. Beachler, Jr., M.D. dated between January 15, 1948 and December 29, 1950

6851

1948-1950

Beachler,Wm. – photo

1001

1959

Beair, Jeannette, Last Will and Testament, 13 November 1862

2489

1862

Beale, Benjamin & Ragan, Allen - deed - Spring St.

2290

1839

Beck’s Academy/Piqua Commercial College Song Book

1220

c.1900

Becker - Creeds of Great Business Men -presented to Mary E. Becker by International Harvester Co. for entering an essay contest

2337

1913

Beckert Brothers Company – Certificate of Achievement from the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association to Beckert Brothers Co., Piqua, Ohio – June 30, 1968

8135

1968

Beech Grove School, Washington Township, Miami County - Daily Attendance record book - 5 Sept. 1898 - 20 April 1906

2377

1898 - 1906

Beecher, photographer - Piqua, Oh (2):picture of man with mustache & dress shirt

3420

c. 1920-30's

Beery School of Horsemanship Handbooks – 18 total

293

1908-1950

Beery’s How to Break and Train Horses Booklets (2)

1712

n.d.

Beery’s Saddle Horse Instruction Booklets    1-5

1713

1959

Beery’s School of Horsemanship Home Course in Animal Breeding Booklets 1-101974

1714

1974

Bellbrook, Ohio – “An Aerial Photograph of Your Town” presented by The Rike-Kumler Co., Dayton – April 20, 1926

7451

1926

Belvedere, The (card)

1061

c.1900

Benkert – Geo. Benkert & Co. sales receipt, c. 1940’s

6275

c. 1940’s

Benkert family photos

7319

1988

Benkerts or Browns Photograph interior

1574

1900

Benkert's Store clerks - photo

3866

c.1890's

Bennett Banter volume I (74), Bennett Junior High School

7279

1974

Bennett Banter volume II (74), Bennett Junior High School

7280

1974

Bennett Banter volume III (74), Bennett Junior High School

7281

1974

Bennett Banter volume IV (74), Bennett Junior High School

7282

1974

Bennett Banter volume I (75), Bennett Junior High School

7283

1975

Bennett Banter volume II (75), Bennett Junior High School

7284

1975

Bennett Banter volume II, Issue 2 (75), Bennett Junior High School

7285

1975

Bennett Banter volume III (75), Bennett Junior High School

7286

1975

Bennett Banter volume IV (75), Bennett Junior High School

7287

1975

Bennett Banter volume I (76), Bennett Junior High School

7288

1976

Bennett Intermediate School Yearbook 2008-2009

7237

2009

Bennett Jr. High School Paper

62

1938

Bennett Jr. High School Photographs

39

c.1940-50’s

Bennett Jr. High School/Von Bargen

186

1925-1939

Bennett Junior High School Assembly program for Commemoration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt Friday, April 13, 1945

7331

1945

Bennett Junior High Yearbook - 1952

4340

1952

Bennett School - 1st grade class photo - Mira Thomas, teacher - 1941

3497

1941

Bennett School teachers photographs: [1] Irma Engelman - 5th grade [2] Helen Kopf - Home Economics [3] Richard Pearson - Mathematics and physical education.

3620

c. 1952

Bennett, C.W. Scrapbook

110

1877-1889

Benning family genealogical records:  Descendants of John Benning & Stephen Benning – brothers.  John Benning – born 16 Jan. 1854 – married Sarah Elizabeth Oldfather.  Stephen Benning – born 1857 – married Margaret DeBra daughter of David DeBra, son of Daniel Debra, Son of Jacob DeBra. (See DeBra genealogy in SC-7047 above).  Other surnames in these records are: Eichhorn, Lothamer and Oldfather.

7048

Various

Bernhardt, Raymond: plaque "In Memory of"

4880

N.D.

Best, Pat - “From My Kitchen Window”

89

1966-1969

Beta Sigma Phi - [1] Style Show Program (year not identified) [2] Benefit Luncheon & Style Show, 16 October 1965 Ticket [3] Post card referendum [4] Income Report on Style Show and Card Party, 20 March 1953 [5] Words to Beta Sigma Phi songs

3104

1953, 1965, n.d.

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority - Xi Phi Chapter raffle Tickets for Exclusive Fashions by Dotty Reed - 16 October 1965

4195

1965

Bethel United Methodist Church

472

Nov. 1968

Bialy Todd Birthday

1831

1917

Bible

1196

1835

Bible - New Testament, Buffalo: Phinney & Co. 1858 - names found inside: Azariah Banks (?), Company J 94th Regiment, 1st Division, 1st Brigade, 14th Army. AND A.G. Eaton, Company H, 49th Regiment.

3291

1858

Bible - The Holy Bible. Zeigler, McCurdy & Co., Philadelphia, 1869.  This "is a careful reprint from the American Bible Society's Edition and Bagster's Polyglott."  This is the Holmes family Bible.  The entries date from 1814 to 1860.  Since the Bible was not published until 1869, it is safe to assume that the entries were made at a later time to preserve a family record.

2977

c. 1870

Bible – The NewTestament, Red Letter Edition of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ – The World Syndicate Publishing Co., Cleveland, O.

6910

1939

Bible Records submitted by the Lewis Boyer Chapter DAR:  Meranda Family; Stephenson Family; McCashen Family; Struble Family; Bobbit Family; Sillin Family; Gaston Family; Hedges Family; Smart Family.

3198

n.d.

Bible Words for Birthdays book w/Morrow family entries

3341

1880

Bible, Holy Bible, Potter's Standard Edition, "The text conformable to the Standard of the American Bible Society."  Philadelphia: John E. Potter and Company.  This is the William I. Kiser family Bible.  Names listed along with births, marriages, and deaths are:  William I. Kiser and Martha A. Crog (husband & wife); Charles Walker Kiser and Sarah Ellen Hall (husband & wife); Dr. Mark Keller and Mary A. Kiser (husband & wife); Mary Kiser Keller.

2971

1866-1935

Bible, The Holy Bible, American Standard Version, "Deuteronomy", volume IV, Printed in Braille Grade One and a Half for the American Bible Society.  Printed at the American House for the Blind, Louisville, KY

2981

n.d.

Bicentennial - Piqua booklet, 1976

2522

1976

Bicentennial Ball information - it was cancelled due to only 18 tickets being sold

2435

1976

Bicentennial Souvenir Book, Piqua

1463

1976

Bicentennial Souvenir Book, Piqua

2579

1976

Bicentennial Year (The), Piqua, Ohio, Official Schedule of Local Activities, prepared by the Piqua Bicentennial Committee – a schedule with dates and descriptions of the events to occur during Piqua’s Bicentennial Year which ran from
September 1975 to September 1976.

7641

1975

Bicentennial Year [1976] Piqua, Ohio, Official Schedule of Local Activities, prepared by the Piqua Bicentennial Committee

6968

1976

Bicycle Identification Card – blank, issued by the Piqua Police Department, Earl McLannan Chief of Police – c. 1950

7732

c. 1950

Biederwolf Evangelistic Campaign, Piqua, O. - Souvenir Program: April 2 to May 8, 1911

4160

1911

Biederwolf Evangelistic Crusade, 2-8 April 1911 – Newspaper articles covering the preparation and the crusade itself, photograph of “The Tabernacle” built for the crusade and a map showing the location of “The Tabernacle” on the southwest corner of Boone and Virginia Streets, Piqua, Ohio

5710

1911

Big Boy menu from c. 1960 – this menu is from Elias Brothers’ Restaurants which is the Big Boy franchise holder in Michigan.  The menu is similar to Frisches Restaurants in Ohio.

6073

c. 1960

Bijou Theatre – February 19-20-21, 1912 – program handbill announcing Sun’s Approved Vaudeville and a Minstrel Show featuring Ed Winn’s Merry Minstrels.  The handbill also tells the movies playing at Zig’s Theatre for the above dates.  The handbill is in a 5 ½” x 11 ¼” wood frame under glass.

7041

1912

Bijou Theatre Vaudeville – September 5-6-7, 1912 – program handbill listing an overture followed by four acts which were followed by a movie.  The Bijou began showing movies along with the vaudeville acts in mid-1912.  The handbill is in a 6” x 12” wood frame under glass.

7042

1912

Bike Path Signs – proof copy of “Sign of the past: the 1913 Flood”

5561

2007

Biles murder, photographs

1477

9-Jun-79

Bill of Items Required for a Trip by Land to California, Two Persons to a Wagon – this is a notice or handbill probably circulated in 1849 by William Johnston and T. J. Lawton who organized a party of over one hundred men for the overland trek to California.  This is a copy of the handbill with an e-mail attached attesting to its source.

5987

c. 1849

Birthday card addressed to Mrs. Linden Brubaker – envelope is postmarked October 20, 1953

6774

1953

Black History Photos (copies) [1] World War I inductees, c. 1918, [2] Bible Study group, photo taken at Fountain Park, Myrtle Lett was the teacher, c. 1915

3115

c. 1915, c. 1918

Black, Harold-Western Union Telegraph

1898

1907

Blacksmithing-Evidence in Ohio Valley and occurrences of "B" stamped trade axes near Piqua, Ohio

4580

N.D.

Blank Montgomery Ward Co. and Sears, Roebuck & Co. order blanks from the 1930’s

6213

c. 1930’s

Blizzard of ’78 (The) – a 79 page booklet in the form of a photo album by Ann Bowers, published by the Friends of the University Library, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, 1979 – the photos in this booklet are scenes from the university, the city and the area surrounding Bowling Green.

7778

1979

Blizzard of 1950 – Schines Piqua Theater, 430 North Main Street – 4” x 6” black/white photo.

7981

1950

Blizzard of 1978 – Dayton Journal Herald supplement on the blizzard that hit in late January 1978

6323

1978

Blizzard of November 25, 1950 – four 8x10 sepia prints of blizzard photographs: [1] Looking at the High Street entrance to St. James Episcopal Church.  [2] Looking north on North Main Street from the south side of the Public Square.  [3] West Greene Street between Wayne and Downing Streets.  [4] Looking north on Wayne Street from St. James Episcopal Church – on the right is the new Elks Club building and beyond that is the Scott Slauson Building housing Buecker’s Interiors

8206

1950

Blizzard-pictures of 1978-4 photos

4585

1-Nov-78

Block Swappers Hot Rod Club – This club of high school students from Piqua Central and Piqua Catholic promoted automobile safety and building and driving hot rod automobiles.  There are two newspaper articles, one dated Jan. 1954 and the other is not dated, that describe some of the activities of the club.  Also there is a list of members from 1953 to the early 1960’s.

6778

c. 1950’s

Blocks to Books Mother’s Club

1488

1981

Blocks to Books Mothers Club treasurer’s record book covering the records of the club from its beginning in 1952 to its final dissolution with five remaining members in 2000.  Included in this file are check registers, a membership certificate for the club in the Ohio Child Conservation League for 1978 and the program for a general meeting of The Piqua Federation of Ohio Child Conservation Leagues held at St. Paul’s Church on April 30, 1962.

8179

Various between 1952 - 2000

Blue Jacket –Jonathan Gore Diary: A Compilation, 1867-1887, by John W. Kincaid  – This is a copy of the Kincaid document.  Johathan Gore married Sarah (Sallie) Bluejacket, the daughter of Rev. Charles Bluejacket, the grandson of George Bluejacket who was the son of the great Shawnee Chief Blue Jacket.  The diary covers the trek from Oklahoma to Shawnee, Kansas and the family’s sojourn in Kansas.  In 1869 Jonathan Gore was adopted into the Shawnee Tribe as a full member.  At the end of the diary is an appendix which contains copies of handwritten sheets from Jonathan Gore’s original diary.  Also included is a bibliography and an index

6189

n.d.

Blue Jacket’s Trek, a Shawnee trace by G. Carlyle Hinshaw, Kenneth B. Tankersley and C. Eugene Park – This document of 41 pages is stapled in two parts: pages 1-18 and pages 19-41.  The purpose of this research project is to utilize DNA of Blue Jacket progeny in formulating a template that will facilitate projecting Shawnee tracks through time.  This is a copy of the original document

6188

n.d.

Blue Prints for unidentified house (4) - Cliff May & Chris Choate

3322

1953

Blythe Spirit – play photograph – from Don Smith

6930

n.d.

Boal Block & Fire Department

456

n.d.

Boal, A.B. House – corner of High & Downing

785

1940

Boat Races at Dayton - Charles Crosby Collection

2456

c. 1940

Boda, William K. - election card - Republican Candidate for Clerk Municipal Court

3241

1925

Boggs Mill, Miami River - photo of timbers in the bottom of the mill race at the site of Boggs Mill at the north end of the high banks, 4 miles northeast of Piqua.  Mill built c.1811 - more information on the back of the photo

3828

1940

Bohrer - Henry Bohrer Prescription Druggist - prescription for Edwin Sands written by W. H. Hossler, M.D.

4774

1910

Booher family: photos of Brenner branch of family and Taylorsville Dam Cemetery

5008

2004-6

Booher, Dwight - Advertisement, breeder of prize-winning Buff and Barred Rocks, Piqua, O.

2293

c. 1940

Book marks - cloth

2332

c. 1891

Booher, Dwight – Dwight Booker’s Public Sale flyer for a sale at his farm on Buxton Pike on Thursday, September 3, 1925 – Vandegrift and Shroyer, auctioneers

7789

1925

Booher, Dwight – letterhead stationery for Dwight Booher, Poultry Judge of all varieties.  Also a Buff Varieties Poultry judging sheet, a picture of ideal Pearl Guinea Fowl and a picture of ideal Speckley Sussex hen and rooster.

7790

c. 1930

Book salesman's sample book.  This book was carried door to door by salesmen attempting to sell books.  The book contains sample pages from the books the salesman is trying to sell.  Among the books for sale in this sample book are: Eminent Sons and Daughters of Columbia, International Orator, Childs History of the United States, and Tiny Tales for Tiny Toddlers.  Found in the book are two blank appointment cards and as subscribers' sheet (blank).

5122

1896

Bookmark of Flesh Public Library presented by Third Savings and Loan

7332

n.d.

Boone Street - Demolition of a house at 610 Boone Street.  House was owned by Mary Kindell and its demolition was ordered by the Health Department.  Four photos showing the house before, during, and after demolition.

4389

c. 2005

Boone Street, 319

487

1978

Border City Building & Loan Association – plans and specifications for bank and office building at 126 W. High.  Design by Schenck & Williams Architects, Dayton.  The date on the drawings is 8 May 1922 – The building is just to the west of Fort Piqua Plaza building and is currently the home of Mainsource Bank

5574

1922

Border City Building and Loan Association, Piqua, Ohio – pass book to record activity in relation to 20 shares of association stock purchased by Carl Schwartz.  Date in book are from March 1907 to December 1909

5900

1907-1909

Border City Luncheon Club – 1995 Roster of members.

5436

1995

Border City Luncheon Club – photo

807

Late 1940’s

Border City Passbook, folders (3)

1534

n.d.

Border City Savings & Loan 100th Anniversary brochure

1147

1971

Border City Savings & Loan Association, 100th Anniversary calendar 1971.  On the front is a copy of a black pen and ink drawing on gold paper of sailing ships and fishermen in an open rowboat hauling in a net with fish.  The title of the drawing is “Nantucket” and the artist is Lionel Barrymore.

7637

1970

Border City Savings & Loan ruler

1332

n.d

Border Hall Poster “Professor Ward”

202

1868

Bowdle Brothers Foundry – N. Downing – photo

778

1895

Bowdle, Capt. A.M.-Civil War Memoir- "Tramping Over the Southern Confederacy"

1967

c. 1880

Bowman Brothers Used Car lot - photo

3885

c.1975

Boxwell Examination Questions – 1914-1915 – Seventh and Eighth Grade

6145

1914

Boy Scout Troop# 3 Charter- Congregational Christian Church

2000

1931

Boy Scouts charter in frame, Piqua Baptist Church

3205

11/05/05

Boy Scouts of America – Songs Scouts Sing, compiled by Alfred C. Nichols, Jr., Published by Boy Scouts of America, 2 Park Ave., New York City, 1930

5953

1930

Boy Scouts of America, Sidney, Ohio at Washington Camp, Washington D.C., August 6, 1930 – large b/w photo, 16 ½” x 10” – The photo is rolled and located in Drawer 14 of the Map Case.

7699

1930

Boy Scouts -Unit Charter Renewal Kit -St. Mary Church, 1948-1972 charters

4551

1948

Boyer

562

n.d.

Boyer, ? – photo

714

n.d.

Boyer, Armotte

553

n.d.

BPO Elk’s Ritual Books

1385

1931-1956

Bradford Masonic Picnic at Fountain Park- photo

1683

20-Jun-12

Bradford Precinct Map

3233

1956

Bradford, OH – Stereoscopic Views – reproductions (28)

1138

c.1880

Brandenburg, George - Genealogy

2605

c. 1980

Brandon, Frank McKinley – copies of two photographs showing Frank McKinley Brandon among others:  [1] 1913 Piqua High School Football Team, [2] a photo of Frank and another soldier and a Belgian child taken in Belgium during World War I.  Frank Brandon was born 16 July 1897.

7217

1913, 1918

Brandriff & Hedges, Piqua OH advertisement

1767

c.1890

Brandriff, Richard - Post Cards ordering "Cooks Delight Baking Powder."  In the 1870 city directory, Richard Brandriff is listed as a druggist with a drug store at 140 Main St.  He either manufactured or was a distributor of Cooks Delight Baking Powder.  There are 37 post card orders in this collection from locations in Ohio and Indiana.  There are also four blank appointment cards from a J.H. Connelly, Agent for Brandriff & Wall, No. 140 Main St.  A copy of the City Directory pages are included in the folder.

4308

1877-1879

Brands, Hermina – funeral book of Mrs. Hermina Brands, widow of Joseph Brands – born Steinfurt, Baden, Germany January 20, 1875 and died in Piqua November 7, 1960

6660

1960

Brave Ships of England and America, by Joseph Leeming.  New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1941.  The book was illustrated by Grattan Condon.

5331

1941

Brelsford, Maud D. - Account Books, 1890

2338

1890

Brennaman Collection

14

1850-1860’s

Brewer, Fred Nelson – an 8x10 and a 4x5 glossy picture of Fred Nelson Brewer, age 12, in an iron lung at Los Angeles County General Hospital, Los Angeles, California.  Fred contracted polio c. October 1948 and was a resident of the hospital for 9 months before his death on June 25, 1949.  Fred was born in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.  Included in the folder is a copy for the marriage record of his parents, Warren Edgar Brewer and Bessie Louise Tope and a copy of Fred Nelson Brewer’s California Death Certificate.

8188

1949

Brewery culvert - east bank Miami River near Ash Street Bridge - photograph

2095

?

Bridge - East Ash St. bridge construction photos (2) - 1964

3737

1964

Bridge – Group on: (2) – Photo

673

c.1900

Bridge - North Main St./Rossville Bridge. [1] Rossville bridge prior to 1950. [2] Demolition of Rossville Bridge to make way for North Main St Bridge - 1950 [4-7] Construction photos of North Main St. Bridge - 1951. [8] completed N. Main St. Bridge

3738

1950-1952

Bridge - North Main Street Bridge old and new - construction photographs

2064

?

Bridge - Pennsylvania RR and East Main St Bridge photos (3).  [1] 1913 - work on new elevated railroad bridge. [2 & 3] Railroad bridge and East Main St Bridge photos

3739

1913 & c.1960

Bridge score sheets and tallys: [1] 3 Partial pads of Bridge score sheets with “Border City Savings and Loan” and the addresses of their office locations printed on the bottom; [2] Piqua national Bank and Trust Co. Contract Bridge score sheet pad with a single score sheet on it.

5682

n.d.

Briggs, Percy - [1] Appointment Certificate as an Assistant Paymaster in the Navy, with the rank of Ensign - dated 20 July 1921.  [2] Appointment certificate as Passed Assistant Paymaster in the Navy, with the rank of Lieutenant from 1 January 1925 - certificate is dated 25 March 1925.  [3] Appointment as Passed Assistant Paymaster in the Navy, with the rank of Lieutenant, from 1 January 1925 - certificate is dated 1 February 1926.  [4] Notice of election as a member of the national Geographic Society for the year 1925.  [5] Membership certificate in the National Geographic Society dated 2 April 1925.  [6] Certificate of Life Membership in the Delta Lodge, No 451, Free and Accepted masons, dated 19 September 1950.

3467

1925, 1926, 1950

Bright Eastern Star – sheet music arranged in four parts with three verses and a chorus by Mrs. Lucy Burnett Trowbridge in 1911.

7664

1911

Bright Eastern Star, a song with three verses and a chorus written and published, by Mrs. Lucy Burnett Trowbridge, Piqua, Ohio – copyright 1911

7477

1911

Brinkman and Boehringer - A Brief History of the Brinkman and Boehringer Families. compiled by Ida Brinkman, Covington, Ohio, October 1964

5038

1964

Brinkman Descendants by Ruth Jeffryes, Troy, Ohio, September 1997.

5039

1997

Broadway - 331 Broadway - photo

2174

c.1980

Broadway - 400 Broadway - photo

2175

c.1980

Broadway, 600 Block

590

n.d.

Broadway, 700 Block

591

n.d.

Broadway-Vaudeville, Columbus, Ohio: program of 2/17/1913

4614

1913

Brodbeck, Mr. & Mrs. Roy R. - photo - wedding.

3872

c.1910

Broerman

571

n.d.

Broerman, Meta

574

n.d.

Brokeriede, Anna, Ed.

570

n.d.

Brooks, Bertha West - deed - 401 Weber St.

2292

1925

Brooks, George A. - photo - mayor of Piqua 1881-1889

3660

c. 1885

Brotherton Items

216

1829, 1865, 1881

Brown - J. W. Brown store employees - 4 photographs

2322

c. 1940

Brown – photographs of Mr. and Mrs. James Brown.  These photos were used by the artist to paint the portrait of the Browns to hang in the Library Founders Room – 2012

6153

2012

Brown Brothers Packing Co. Troy, OH promotional booklet

1541

1952

Brown family of Randolph County, West Virginia – photos, letters and other documents relating to the family.

7596

Various beginning 1840’s

Brown for President bumper sticker

4769

N.D.

Brown Store, J.W. – Harvest Festival (2) – photos

675

Oct. 1908

Brown, Elizabeth D. - poem she wrote at the time of V.E. Day, May 1945 - copy

4469

1945

Brown, John and Benjamin Brown – a very large computer generated family tree measuring 5 ½ feet long by 2 ¾ feet wide detailing the descendents of John Brown and his son Benjamin Brown through approximately 7 generations.  However the tree is totally lacking in dates or other means of verification.

7595

n.d.

Brown, Nelson – results of a court action filed in Miami County Common Pleas Court for the division of the real estate held by the estate of John Brown deceased.  In the case Nelson and William Brown sued Mary Brown (widow of John) and the other heirs of John Brown to settle the estate and divide the propertylocated in Piqua.  The other heirs were Elizabeth and James Know, Martha J. Brown, Sarah Ann Brown, Jno. M. Brown, James H. Brown, Mary T. Brown, Henry C. Brown and Miles Knox Brown.  This document is a Sheriff’s Deed for that part of the property awarded to Nelson and William A. Brown by the court.  The document was filed with the Miami County Recorders Office on January 5, 1850.

7864

1850

Brown, Priscilla (Booher) - photograph

4233

c. 1950

Brown’s Store Bag

1356

n.d.

Brown’s Store Bag

1666

n.d.

Brown’s, J. W.:  Store merchandise

3516

N.D.

Brownell, Mrs. L.R. - Part of a Funeral Invitation dated 1 December 1863 - funeral held at "her late residence, on the corner Wayne and North Streets."

4383

1863

Brown-Eons, Helen - photograph of Helen Brown, Piqua elementary school teacher.  Photo appears to be from the 1930's.

5166

c. 1935

Brownie Scouts – Open house announcement/invitation for Brownie Scout Troop 16 at Westminster Presbyterian Church, May 18, 1948.

7742

1948

Bruner, Jennifer - 2010 campaign for Democrat nomination for U.S. Senate - [1] campaign button, [2] card [3] bumper sticker

5270

2010

Brush, Helen – photo

715

Dec. 1905

Bubp - Descendants of John Bubp - This is a genealogy compiled by Ruth (Martin) Jeffryes

4237

2006

Buchanan, A.E. - Items found in a scrapbook - a continuation  of SC-2984. [11] Notice of meeting with British immigration officer from the Purser of the "Queen Mary" [12] Invitation from the Purser of the "Queen Elizabeth" for cocktails in the Purser's Cabin [13] Bon Voyage card signed by fellow employees at Citizens national Bank [14] Photograph of the Buchanan's and another couple at dinner on the "Queen Mary" [15] "Queen Mary" Program, Sunday, 18 April 1954 [16] "Queen Mary" Program, Thursday, 15 April 1954 [17] "Queen Mary" Program, Monday, 19 April 1954 [18] Bon Voyage card from Elsie Ross [19] "Landing Arrangements" instruction pamphlet issued by Cunard Line for landing at Southampton, UK [20] Postcard photograph of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain

2985

1954

Buchanan, A.E. - Items found in a scrapbook - a continuation of SC-2984and 2985. [21] Luncheon Menu, "Queen Mary" Sunday, 18 April 1954 [22] Farewell Dinner Menu, "Queen Mary" Sunday, 18 April 1954 [23] Post card painting of the "Queen Mary" and an abstract of the log of the "Queen Mary", 14-19 April 1954 [24] Post card photo of Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London [25] Post card photo, The Grill Room, Grosvenor House [26] Program for Theater Royal Haymarket play "A Day by the Sea" by N.C. Hunter [27] Map of the West End of London [28] Post card picture, "The White Hart, An Usher Hotel", Dorchester-on-Thames [29] "Great Fosters" estate and hotel, information booklet [30] Permission ticket to photograph in Warwich Castle Grounds.

2986

1954

Buchanan, A.E. - items found in a scrapbook - a continuation of SC-2984, 2985 and 2986. [31] Postcard photograph of Divinity School, Oxford, interior [32] Souvenir booklet of the Weston Manor Hotel, Weston-on-the-Green, Oxon [33] Guide sheet to The Collegiate Church of the Holy Trinity, Stratford-upon-Avon [34] Post card photo of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre [35] Post card photo of a British European Airways "Elizabethan" class aeroplane, and a description [36] Hand printed information sheet from Captain J. Turner to all passengers listing locations and flight status - "Flight Bulletin, British European Airways (BEA) [37] Flight Menue, Silver Wing Service, British European Airways [38] Cheese package cover of St. Ivel cream cheese served on the flight [39] Greeting card from Dorothy Woodford [40] Post card photo of the Arch de Triumph in Paris.

2987

1954

Buchanan, A.E. - Items found in a scrapbook - a continuation of SC's #2984-2987.  [41] Post card photo of the Paris Opera House [42] Collection of 10 photo post cards in a booklet of scenes in Paris [43] Advertising card for A l'Aberge du Pere Louis [44] Menu from The Hostellerie du Cog Hardy at Bougival [45] Post card photo of the grand salon at the Hostellerie du Cog Hardy [46] Post card of a painting of the palace and grounds at Versailles [47] Postcard photo of the tour group at the Palace of Versailles [48] Post card photo of the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles [49] Cunard Line Cherbourg Embarkation Arrangements information card [50] List of passengers on the R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, 29 April 1954

2988

1954

Buchanan, A.E. - Items found in a scrapbook - a continuation of SC's #2984-2988. [51] "Queen Elizabeth" Program for Today, Friday, 30 April 1954 [52] "Queen Elizabeth" Race Card No. 1, Pari-Mutual Bets [53] "Queen Elizabeth" Program for Today, Saturday, 1 May 1954 [54] Cunard Line Landing Arrangements instruction pamphlet for landing in New York [55] "Queen Elizabeth" Word-Making Competition sheets (3) [56] "Queen Elizabeth" Dinner Menu Saturday, 1 May 1954 [58] Post card size painting of the "Queen Elizabeth" and an abstract of the log, 29 April-4 May 1954

2989

1954

Buchanan, A.E. - Items found in a scrapbook - these items do NOT pertain to the trip to Europe - a continuation of SC's #2984-2989.  [59] A typed rough draft account of a trip the Buchanan family and the Ted Jones family (from Shelby, Montana) took to Glacier National Park.  Date of the trip cannot be determined.  [60] Parts of letters from Ted Jones to A.E. Buchanan, date cannot be determined [61] Photo and description of Montana wheat piled on the ground. [62] Comic photograph of two men [63] The Piqua Savings Bank Co. small account book containing a handwritten list of the national parks [64] Citizens National Bank Account Pass Book, Buchanan name and address on the inside cover, otherwise blank. [65] U.S. Patent document - original - #743,578 - issued to George H. Shrodes, 10 November 1903 - for a lantern holder to fit on a horse harness.

2990

n.d.

Buchanan, A.E. - Items found in a scrapbook of a cruise taken by Mr. & Mrs. Buchanan, on board the Queen Mary, to Europe, a tour of England and France, and home on the Queen Elizabeth.  The tour/cruise occurred in 1954.  The items are in the order in which they were found in the scrapbook.  [7] "The World's Wonder Ships." Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth.  A booklet about the ships. [8] Flower card from the Officers and Directors of Citizens National Bank  [9] Flower card from the Employees of Citizens National Bank [10] Bon Voyage telegram from Jimmie and Warren Gravett

2984

1954

Buchanan, A.E. - Items found in a scrapbook of a cruise taken by Mr. & Mrs. Buchanan, on board the Queen Mary, to Europe, a tour of England and France, and home on the Queen Elizabeth.  The tour/cruise occurred in 1954.  The items are in the order in which they were found in the scrapbook. [1] Letter from Harvey S. Olson of Olson Travel Organization to A.E. Buchanan, Manager, Travel Department, Citizens national Bank, also the itinerary for the trip.  [2] Post card from Paris [3] European Shopping Guide provided by the Olson Travel Organization [4] Postcard of Cunard R.M.S. Queen Mary [5] List of Passengers, R.M.S. Queen Mary  [6] Bon Voyage flower card from :Gladys and Chuck"

2984

1954

Buchanan, A.E. - Personal letters to A.E. Buchanan from Ted Jones in Shelby; Montana, Glenn Eidemiller in Wilder, Idaho; W.F. Fulker in Colorado Springs, Colorado; and a friend in Pomona, California whose name is not readable.  The Ted Jones letters are dated from 1932-1943.  The other letters are dated 1931-1933.  These letters provide an excellent picture of life in the depression and early World War II.

2979

1931-1943

Buchanan, A.E., Business papers for a soap and shampoo manufacturing business he ran from his home at 1306 Broadway.  His regular job was as an accountant at Peoples Savings Bank and then at Citizens National Bank.

2978

1922-1924

Buchanan, Gladys:  Scrapbook (21)

3325

1930's

Buck family papers found in the Barnhart family Bible (SC-5233):  [1] Marriage Record of Mrs. William C. Buck and Miss Helen Barnhart who were married on 27 February 1912.  [2] Helen Buck funeral card.  [3] Statement of charges for the funeral of Helen Buck from the Routzahn Funeral Home in Covington, Ohio 19 April 1968

5234

1912 & 1968

Buckeye Brewing Co. – Songs of Cheer with Buckeye, The Kraeusen Brewed Beer – Compliments of The Buckeye Brewing Co., Toledo, Ohio – This little (4” x 5 ¼”) song book has 32 pages of songs, words only, set to familiar tunes – c. 1918

7192

c. 1918

BUCKEYE FLYER - newsletter of 445th Airlift Wing (U.S. Air Force Reserve) WPAFB, Ohio

1960

1994

Buckeye Trails Girl Scout Council - poster advertising the 5th Annual Jamboree: "Wild, Wild West" at Little House, Greenville City Park, Greenville, Ohio

4673

1993

Buckeye Trails Girl Scout Council Calendar - 1980 - contains numerous photos of Girl Scout activities

4754

1980

Buecher, Richard: Buecher's Interiors

4371

N.D.

Buffalo Sample Room – printing sample

1089

c.1900

Buffalo Store – J. Frank Groff – 406 N. Main – photo

752

1893

Buggy Factory – 600 Block N. Main – Photo

632

c.1920

Building Lot information Piqua transcriptions from Miami Helmet

1568

1888

Bunker Hill Community, Shelby Co. by E.J. Griffis

1804

1948

Burkimer, Henry – invoices paid by Henry Burkimer to The Smith Bros. Hardware Company, Columbus (3 dated 2/13/a1926, 2/18/1926 and 3/3/1926); Gem City Stove Co., Dayton, Ohio (dated 7/23/1925) with a check for payment of the invoice (check dated 7/29/1925) and to W.E. Baumgardner Farm Operating Equipment, Piqua, Ohio (dated 3/9/1935).

6156

1925, 1926, 1935

Burley, John - Land Deed and transfer - 27 November 1865

2679

1865

Burnham, Louise

544

n.d.

Burnham, Mrs. Reed & Louise

580

n.d.

Burns - Burns Family - genealogy - collected by Corinne Hanna Diller and Ellen Pour.  Includes a genealogy of the descendants of Vernon Osborne and Grace Burns.  The Osbornes were the proprietors of the Cottage Baking Company.

4238

2006

Burr Oak School, District No. 5, Troy-Urbana Rd., Casstown, Lost Creek Township, Miami County, Ohio – photograph – Teacher is Miss Edith Gump, April 26, 1912 – students identified on paper attached to the back of the photo

6144

1912

Bus Time Schedule – Great Lakes Greyhound Lines – Dayton, Tipp City, Troy, Piqua, Sidney

6224

1949

Bush, President George H. W. – photo of President and Mrs. Bush

6197

1989-1993

Bush, President George W. – 5 photos of President and Mrs. Bush addressed to Mr. Kenneth Moore

6196

2001-2009

Bush, President George W. visits Troy, OH 29 August 2004- photographs

1993

2004

Business & Professional Women’s Club

1494

1981

Business and membership cards: [1] Piqua National Bank account number card for The Second Story, 323 North Main St., Piqua, Ohio; [2] Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce membership card for Ron Johnson, 1988; [3] Classic Video Products Preferred Membership Card for Pat Johnson; [4] Daniel’s Pastry Shop, 124 W. High St.; [5] The Second Story Frames & Prints (2); [6] Cash register receipt from Question Mark, September 12, 1986; [7] Appointment card for James Landis Hair Designs, May 6, 1987

7725

1986-1988

Business card – Don Freisthler, Water System Superintendent, City of Piqua

6000

2012

Business card and letterhead of Ray A. Porter, vice president of The Piqua National Bank and Trust Co.

7317

c. 1940

Business cards:  [1] Dawnita Lambert - Senior Independence, Resident Service Coordinator, Sunset/Westgate Apartments, Piqua.  [2] Major Robert Klenk, Corps Officer, Salvation Army, Piqua.

5271

n.d.

Business Cards: [1] Bayman's Avenue & Alley Antiques [2] Joan & Beverly's Flowers & Crafts [3] Carey Handcrafted Furniture [4] Tom Reed Building Service [5] American Red Cross, Piqua Chapter, Lucy Fess (1987) [6] Jennifer L. Reeves, Jennifer's Watercolor Renderings (1987) [7] Doug Lilja, United Air Lines [8] Norton's Shoes (1978)

2860

various

Business Cards: [1] City of Piqua, Richard A. Donnelly [2] Barb & Dick Bollenbacher, Antique Dealers [3] Apple Tree Gallery Antiques, Gary and Shirley Anderson [4] Eagle Printing and Graphics, LLC [5] John Allen Underwood, Sales Manager, The Favorite Stove & Range Company [6] Aetna Insurance Co., M.H. Jones [7] Mixed Public Card Party sponsored by Daughters of Isabella, compliments of Dodge Radio Taxi (2 cards) [8] Visitor's Pass, U.S. House of Representatives, 99th Congress, Thomas Kindness

2867

various

Business cards: [1] Donald J. Kuether - Miami County Veteran Service Commissioner [2] Meghan E. McGuire - Pioneer Electric Cooperative Energy Advisor

4965

n.d.

Business Cards: [1] James C. Oda, The Library & Museum – c. 2000.  [2] Jan Koon, Piqua TV 10 – c. 1990

6779

c. 1990

c. 2000

Business Cards: [1] Jeffrey L. Minton, Prudential [2] Sawdust Palace, Robert L. Shade [3] Extra Help, Circle Management Services, Inc., J.S. Ayers [4] Library Bureau, Inc., Delbert Perry [5] Mary Kay Cosmetics, Misty Sorensen [6] The Miami Printery, Ltd., Greg J. MacMillan [7] Bag Lady Bookstore, Patsy J. Logan [8] Interstate Auction Center, Etc., Bob & Tony Bayman

2859

various

Business Cards: [1] Joan and Beverly's Flowers and Crafts (1981) [2] Ed Purk, Glenn Honeycutt, Athletic Locker room (1981) [3] Past and Present Antiques and Collectibles [4] Ceramics by JoAnn [5] American Monuments, Edwina W. Gardner [6] Old Canal Book Shop, James Oda [7] Cross roads Coins, Inc., John Foland (1981) [8] Craig D. Belcher (1986) clock specialist

2857

various

Business Cards: [1] Liddy Insurance, John Liddy [2] JAC Programming [3] Deborah Gosselin, Edison State Community College [4] Bob Dildine Construction [5] The Dean & Barry Company, Kevin Holloway [6] Bruce Hogston, Hogston Antique Fire Co. / Hogston Building Service [7] Satellite Dish Sales, Chuck Cearley (2 cards) [8] Terry Wright, Great Miami River Corridor committee

2862

various

Business Cards: [1] Linda L. Hamilton [2] J.M. Cornelius, Mar-Nan, Inc. [3] Steve Warling, Mid- Continent Properties, Inc.[4] Philip K. Oldham, Architect [5] Lloyd Slade Studio [6] Bill Keyser, United States Marine Corps [7] Canal House Antique Shoppe [8]  Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Miami County, Scott Underwood

2856

various

Business Cards: [1] Pence's Auctioneering Service; (2) Pickawillany Original; (3) Rev. Warren H. Bright, Pastor-Greene St. U.M.  Church; (4) J.S. Ayres Extra Help, Circle Management Service, Inc. (5) James d. McGraw, Antiquarian Books (6) The Collectors Corner Antiques, J.E. Malone, E.C. Bard (7) Louis Havenar, 1st Border Savings Bank (1986) (8) Linda Peltier 1st Border Savings Bank (1986)

2855

various

Business Cards: [1] Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce, Holly Shoemaker [2] NTRS Computer Sales and Service, Steven L. Shellabarger [3] Mainstreet Piqua, Inc., Lorna Swisher [4] The Javawocky Café, Amy Landes [5] Upper Valley JVS, Mary Jo Hines [6] I Love Genealogy, Mrs. Jane L. Hiser [7] Forrest hill Cemetery [8] Dobo's Delights, Cindy Dobo-Hoffman

2866

various

Business Cards: [1] The Piqua Daily Call, sandy Grubb [2] Kalligraphy by Kimberly, Kimberly S. Stephan (1986) [3] Gerry Stump, Edison State Community College Bookstore [4] Ary's Auto Sales, Maurice Ary [5] Ohio Historical Society, Piqua Historical Area, Victoria L. Tabor (1987) [6] The Second Story Frames & Prints, Ron & Pat Johnson [7] TDN, Inc., publications, Polly McMaken [8] Francis Ofice Supply, Harold Francis (1988)

2864

various

Business Cards: [1] Thoma, Doug Stillwell (1987) [2] Dawn Widney, AAA Travel [3] Carolyn Stevens [4] Town & Country Furniture, Bruce Soifer [5] Reed Construction, Tim Reed [6] Piqua Police Department [7] Piqua Sign, Jerry Pulfer [8] Piqua Granite & Marble Co. Inc., John Piatt

2865

various

Business Cards: [1] TRW, Hartzell Propeller Products division, Joe T. Hahn [2] Quality Quick Printing, Inc., Rebecca Shephard (1986) [3] The Miami County Auto Club, AAA, Anna DeGasperin [4] H & R Block, Joan E. Sherman [5] Piqua Battery, J. Richard Harris (1981) [6] Piqua Daily Call, Gary Carnes [7] Piqua Daily Call, Nancy Smith [8] Piqua Daily Call, Sandy Speck

2863

various

Business Cards: [1] Wood/Wayne "Used" Paperbacks, John H. Shough (1978) [2] Smith Greenhouses [3] The Matador, Jim Foster (1981) [4] Greenleaf Interior Plantscaping, Katharine A. Decker [5] Piqua Dyn-A-Vac Signs, Charles Starrett [6] Miami Citizens National Bank & Trust Co., Jean Wilhelm [7] Daniel's Pastry Shop, Richard Daniel (1987) [8] Daniel's Pastry Shop, Richard Daniel (1987)

2861

various

Business Cards: [1] Yates Heating and Cooling, Dudley Hansberger (1986) [2] Figaro's Pizza (1986) [3] Tim Hogan's Dalton, Georgia Carpet Outlet, Mark Bushong (1986) [4] Dean South, U.S. Army Recruiting Station (1986) [5] Husmann's Continental Family Dining, Inc. (1986) [6] Tippecanoe Frontier Trading Company (1985) [7] Marty deFord-Klein, R.N., National Home Area Training Center - Edison State Community College (1986) [8] Wallace White, Director Flesh Public Library (1986)

2858

various

Butler County Historical Society Newsletter, Hamilton, Ohio

1956

1981 - 1995

Butts, Patsy Ruth - "To Whom It May Concern" - a single page letter written 8 March 1948 and dropped behind a kitchen cabinet during a time in which the family kitchen was being remodeled.  In the letter written by Patsy (age 15) the family is listed:  Jack Edward Butts (age 17 - brother), John "Edvert" Butts (father), and Alberta B. Butts (mother).  Included in this folder are Piquonian (Piqua High School Yearbook) photographs, a brief biography of the individuals mentioned, a copy of the obituaries of John, Alberta, and Jack Butts, and a copy of the 1930 census showing John and Alberta Butts.

4312

1948

Byer, Tom – eighth grade class photo at Quincy School.  The students are all identified.  Tom Byer is the third student from the right in the top row.  School year 1958-1959.

8220

1958

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