Small Collections T

NAME

SC NO.

DATE

T. Rowlands Sons Shop - price list - shovels and scoops - Piqua

2524

1897

Talawanda – Tickets – Fountain Park Pavilion

354

Sept. 23 1938

TALLOW LIGHT (THE) Bulletin of the Washington County Historical Society, Marietta, Ohio

1955

1995

Tamplin, Sgt. James-Civil War letter from: written on back of GA State Bond

157

c.1863

Tarzan – a packet of documents relating to the Tarzan movie series.  Includes a summary of the major Tarzan movies.

5505

1994

Taste of  the Arts Schedule & Menu

1692

2003

Taste of the Arts - Mainstreet Piqua - 17 May 1996 - advertising poster

4099

1996

Tax Receipts- Shelby County 1850-1860

1875

c.1860

Taxes, Baldwin's Ohio Tax Service - 1991

4176

1991

Taylor, George A. – Photograph by Tom Schwartz, Journal-Herald, Dayton, Ohio – 9 x 7 glossy black/white – the following information is attached at the bottom: “DAY – 11/26 Dayton, Ohio.  Afflicted with one of man;s strangest maladies, the body of George Taylor, 18, of Piqua, Ohio, a former foot-ball player, is gradually turning to stone. His muscles are now partly ossified and there is no known cure.  At his bedside in a local hospital are his parents (L) borthers and sisters.” George Alfert Taylor was the son of Darrell Taylor and Louise Jefferson Taylor.  George was the seventh child in a family of twelve children.  George died on March 6, 1949.  Included in this folder is the 1940 Census record for George Taylor and a copy of the information from his Death Certificate.

7762

1948

Teach family photographs – [1] Two photographs of Charles E. Teach – 1902 and 1905 [2] One photo of adult male standing on stones in a creek – c. 1900 – possibly Edward Teach [3] One photo of child with long blond curly hair in a sailor jacket – written on the back is “Darrell Drury, Beatrice’s brother.  [4] One photo of a house – possibly 906 Washington Ave. Piqua, home of Edward Teach family

5472

Various

Teacher Examination Certificate - Nellie Lutterbine - Qualified to teach in the Primary Grades - certificate signed by J.C. Ely and C.W. Bennett - 22 May 1885

5162

1885

Teacher’s Plan- Piqua City Schools

1849

1970

Techno-Geeks, Jon Barbee - business card and brochure

4393

c. 2005

Tecumseh Woods Project photo, regulations

928

n.d.

Tecumseh, and the War of 1812 taken from The History of Miami County, Ohio Illustrated.  Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co., 1880 including a pen and ink drawing of “Tecumseh, the Shawanoe Chieftain”; “Black Hawk, the Sac Chieftain” and “Pontiac, the Ottawa Chieftain.”

6462

1880

Telephone Almanacs 1933 & 1939

2436

1933, 1939

Telephone book cover – red vinyl with white lettering – 1959, 1960 and 1961 calendars on the back – advertising on the front – produced by UNADCO Enterprises Inc., Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass.

6717

1959

Telephone book cover – White vinyl with black lettering – advertising on front and back, 1970 and 1971 calendar on the back – produced by Universal Plastics, Inc., Cookeville, Tenn.

6718

1970

Telephone book cover – white vinyl with green lettering – covered in advertising – produced by Direcdtory Advertising Corporation, St. Louis, MO. – 1983

6716

1983

Telephone Book cover – yellow vinyl plastic – Piqua, Ohio with advertising on the front; Piqua Community Information, Piqua Memorial Medical Center phone numbers and a 1984-1985 calendar on the back.

6673

1984

Telephone book cover – Yellow vinyl with black lettering – advertising on front and government telephone numbers on the back, August 1975 through July 1976 calendar on the back – produced by Universal Plastics, Inc., Cookeville, Tenn.

6719

1975

Telephone book: “Piqua and Vicinity Telephone Directory, January, 1945, The Ohio Bell Telephone Co.”

5680

1945

Telephone Directory - 1942-1943 Rural Directory Miami County

2969

1942

Telephone switchboard and operators - photograph

2060

c. 1910

Temperance Material, assorted

282

Early 1900’s

Temple Amshe Emeth records: minutes, financial reports, election of officers

4829

1874-1920

Temple Anshe Emeth, 125th Anniversary Service Program and order of service, 4 March 1983

2631

1983

Territorial Guard and Sunbeam Rallies program featuring the visit of Adjutant Thelma Ditmer, Territorial Guard and Sunbeam Director to Southwest Ohio, February 28 to March 3, 1946.

8000

1946

Terrorist Attack – 11 September 2001 – special section  Troy Daily News

1940

2002

Terrorist Attack Patriotic Bumper Sticker

1437

Sept. 2001

Terry - Kathleen Ann Terry - photo retouching worksheet from Bob Moore photographer, Dayton

2461

c. 1967

Terry Family Collection - photos of Newsstand (interior and exterior), Dodge Taxi Co. Vehicles, City Line Buses,  and employees.

4379

1920's-1950's

Terry’s Cafeteria Matchbook

1144

n.d.

Terry’s Cafeteria Matchbooks (2 pc.)

1331

c.1980

Terry’s Cafeteria postcard with an exterior and two interior photos in color.  c. 1985

6588

c. 1985

Terry's Cafeteria - Banquet Menu (original and 1 copy)

3613

c. 1996

Terry's Cafeteria - Doggie Bag, Non-Smoking Area Signs(2), comment cards

4553

N.D.

Terry's Cafeteria - Dollar bill with "Terry's Reserve Note" on the front and "The Hungry States of America" on the back.  Advertising coupon

5125

1997

Terry's Cafeteria - match book cover

2623

c. 1970

Textile mills and workers - photographs - Piqua Hosiery Co., Stuart Brown Underwear Co., Superior Underwear Co., Union Underwear Co.

2786

c. 1900

Thayer, William B. Enlisted correspondence telegrams, P.O.W. information

1447

c.1943

Theis, John: dentist -I. D. Card

4867

N.D.

Third Liberty Loan – World War I – an application form carried by canvassers’ who were urging people to buy Liberty Bonds.  The “Third Liberty Loan” bonds were United States of America Ten-Year 4 ¼% Gold Bonds.  The amount the individual subscribed to pay could be paid in installments over a period of time.  The bond sales for this issue began in April 1918.

6983

1918

Third National Bank Information Card

1757

c.1900

Third Savings & Loan – calendar

315

1973

Third Savings & Loan – PDC Souvenir Edition

620

Jul-59

Third savings & Loan Co. Banking/Savings envelopes

3123

n.d.

Third Savings and Loan bank bag – olive green vinyl with vinyl zipper closure at the top – Printed in gold letters:  Third Savings and Loan, 215 North Wayne Street, Branch Office: 1270 East Ash Street, Piqua, Ohio 45356

6715

n.d.

Third Savings and Loan Company – coin saver folders: Two folders with places for the individual to save $3.00 in dimes.  A Christmas folder with places to save $1.00 in dimes.  A folder with a drawing of a happy pig on the front and places to save $5.00 in quarters.  A Christmas candy cane folder with places to save $2.00 in quarters.

8113

n.d.

Third Savings and Loan Company – Daily Coin Saver – a folder with slots inside into which a person could place quarters so when full it would equal $5.00.

7652

n.d.

Third Savings and Loan Company Dime Savings book

5991

n.d.

Third Savings and Loan Company, Piqua, Ohio – Souvenir Edition of The Piqua Daily Call July 8, 1959 – Grand Opening of the newly remodeled and expanded offices on Wayne Street.

6606

1959

Third Savings and Loan, Piqua, Ohio – a black and clear vinyl envelope to hold legal documents folded, such as deeds or loan papers – 5” x 10”

6131

n.d.

Thirty-Second Annual Banquet of the Piqua High School Alumni Association, High School Hall, June 7, 1895 – program

6893

1895

This is Miami County – The Provisional League of Women Voters of Miami County, 1972 (2)

6250

c. 1970

Thoma - "Thoma Centennial Edition Celebration One Hundred Years of Service", Piqua Daily Call, 5 May 1938 - eight page special edition devoted to the 100th Anniversary of Thoma Jewelers - also a 1988 History of Thoma Jewelers

4926

1938 & 1988

Thoma - A. Thoma & Sons Jewelers and Optometrists, advertisement

2582

c. 1910

Thoma Jewelers -122 N. Main St.

4875

c. 1910

Thoma, Advertising flier with a picture of Col. John Johnston.  This flier in an envelope was produced to celebrate the Sesquicentennial of the Northwest Territory and the Centennial of the Thoma Jewelry Store in 1938.

3052

1938

Thoma, Augustin - Augustin J. Thoma and Albin Thoma - Patent for an improvement in instruments for opening jewel settings.  The witnesses to the patent drawing were F.A. Jackson and Wm. Irwin.  The patent was issued on 6 August 1867 and was signed by W.T. Otto, acting Secy. of the Interior, and T.C. Theaker, Commissioner of Patents.

3564

1867

Thoma, Augustin - Patent for an improvement in the tools for jewelling watches.  The patent was issued and signed on 22 October 1867.  The witnesses to the patent drawing were F.A. Jackson, and Wm. Irwin.  The patent was signed by W.T. Otto, acting Secy. of the Interior, and by T.C. Theaker, Commissioner of Patents.

3563

1867

Thoma, Joe - photo with JB Emmert's, Jan. 1905, painting of the courthouse being taken to Piqua.

3860

n/d

Thoma, Joe & Sons – Bridge Scorekeeping Pad

297

n.d.

Thoma, Joe & Sons 150th Anniversary ribbons - 2

3219

1988

Thoma, Joe and Cottet, Alfred, George: clock patent

4838

1937

Thoma, Joseph A. photograph

1594

1960

Thoma, Louise: “Laus Deo” collection of Sacred Music – “Suscipiat” Offertory, for soprano, alto, tenor and bass with organ or orchestra accompaniment, copyright 1886 by J. Fischer & Bro.

5698

1886

Thoma, Louise: “Missa pro Defunctis” (Requiem Mass) for two voices and organ by John Singenberger, copyrighted 1876 by J. Fischer & Bro.

5696

1876

Thoma, Louise: “The Catholic Choirmaster” magazine, July-August-September, 1927

5695

1927

Thoma, Louise: Empty 9 x 12 manila envelope from “McLaughlin & Reilly Company, Music engravers, printers, publishers and dealers, 45 Franklin St., Boston, 10 Mass. – addressed to Miss

Louise Thoma, 316 S. Downing, Piqua, Ohio

5699

1951

Thoma:  Advent calendar in an envelope – printed in Western Germany c. 1950

5697

c. 1950

Thomas - [1] Photograph of Theresa Ann Thomas (1880-1967) and Andrew Thomas (18774-1952).  Mrs. Thomas was a pastry chef at the Plaza/Favorite Hotel and Mr. Thomas was a waiter at the hotel. [2] Photograph of Mrs. Julia Miller, mother of Theresa Ann Thomas.

4893

c. 1950

Thomas – A Genealogy of the Thomas Family. 1625-1911

6514

1911

Thompson family – photograph of a mother and three children.  Mother is Mrs. Maude Mae Nye Thompson, born 3/15/1886; child to the left is Elise Thompson, born 2/17/1910; Baby is Mary Thompson, born 6/16/1913; Child on the right is C B N Thompson, born 11/20/1911 – the photo is taken  on the square in front of the Piqua Savings Bank [in the Plaza Hotel building]

6686

Spring 1914

Thompson, Don – Don Thompson Family photographs: [1] 8” x 10” b/w photo of (standing l to r) Don C. Thompson (1926-1990), Robert L. Thompson, Lloyd B. Thompson, (seated) Walter L. Thompson – photo c. 1937; [2] Don Thompson (probably H.S. graduation); [3] Don Thompson; [4] P.F.C. Don C. Thompson, U.S. Marine Corps, WWII; [5] Don Thompson and friend (Marine Corps); [6] Don Thompson (Marine Corps); [7] Don & Quetein Thompson – Wedding Photo; [8] Don C., Quetein (Elleman) Thompson and Don C. Thompson Jr.; [9] Don & Donnie Thompson; [10] Don Thompson, Walter Thompson (father), Lloyd Thompson; [11] Don Thompson, 1989; [12] Don C. Thompson home, 10873 Horseshoe Bend Rd., Laura, OH (purchased by Don & Quetein c. 1956)

7363

Various c. 1937 - 1989

Thompson, Don C. – wallet size senior photographs collected by Don C. Thompson, Jr. Class of 1966, Newton High School, Pleasant Hill, Ohio – there are eleven photographs of girls identified only by the following first names: Diane, Elaine, Sue, Tante, Becky, Brenda, Jeannine, Barbara, Diann and Linda (Linda is Class of 1969).  One of the girl’s photographs does not have a name.  There are nine photographs of boys identified only by the following first names:  John, Bruce, Carlton and Dick.  There are five photographs of boys that are not identified.  Except for “Linda” all photos are Newton H.S. Class of 1966. 

5875

1966

Thompson, Glenn Papers (WSU) Johnston Farm-Lockington

108

1960-1972

Thompson, Glenn Papers (WSU) Lockington-Johnston Farm

107

1964-1969

Thorne Photograph – 1

1444

c.1870

Thorne, J.R., Photographer – coupon

1009

1896

Three iron-on patches for the “Great Miami River Hike” – Piqua, 1977

5995

1977

Time magazine "150 Years of Photo Journalism" Special Collector's Edition

2650

1989

Time: Wartime Classroom Edition 9 issues; (!) 22 Feb., '43; (2) 1 March, '43; (3) 8 March, '43; (4) 15 March, '43; (5) 22 March, '43; (6) 29 March, '43; (7) 5 Apr.'43; (8) 12 Apr., '43; (9) 19 Apr. '43

3399

1943

Tin type photograph - young man not identified

5059

c. 1890

Tin type photograph -2” x 3 ¼” of a man seated – not identified

6685

c. 1880’s

Tin type photographs donated by Betsy Williamson that are NOT identified – [1] a man, [2] a woman with 2 small children

7022

c. 1890’s

Tiny Town: Take One – Produced by the Creative Writing Class of Newton High School, Pleasant Hill, Ohio – based on the people of Pleasant Hill and their stories.

6246

1988

Tipp City Precinct Map

3232

1956

Tipp City Residents, letter to: from London, Adelaide

972

1890’s

Tipp City Sesquicentennial Celebration 1840-1990 – Calendar for 1990 Published by Tippecanoe Monroe-Bethel Historical Society.  Photographs on the calendar are current (1990) photos of historic buildings.

6072

1990

Tipp City Sesqui-centennial:  1840-1990. Published by Miami County and Tippecanoe Bethel-Monroe Historical Societies

3940

1990

Tipp City, Ohio - Tippecanoe Sesqui-Centennial, 1840-1990, book - History of Tipp City

3199

1990

Tippecanoe High School Alumni Banquet program – May 24, 2008, sponsored by the Tippecanoe Alumni Association.

6298

2008

Title Deeds to Piqua lot #2320-northeast corner of College and Boone Streets: 650 Boone Street

4565

1848-1982

Toastmasters International- Directory District form

1856

1975-1976

Tobacco - Red Bell Fine Cut Tobacco - package is made of paper and wrapped in cellophane and is 2 3/4" wide X 3 1/4" high X 1" thick.  Found inside the walls at Johnston farm during renovation.

4888

c. 1910

Tobacco Ration Card

993

1945

Toledo Blade, Reprints of various editions starting with the front page which is a reprint of November 11, 1918.  This paper was printed on October 24, 1936

6123

1936

Toledo Blade, Vol. 1, No. 1, Saturday Morning, December 19, 1835 – This is a full-size reproduction of The Blade’s first issue – December 21, 1952

6122

1835 & 1952

Toomey – four special delivery envelopes to Miss Mickey Toomey, 422 Roosevelt, Ave. Piqua, Ohio from Charles Kolter in envelopes with advertising return addresses of “Chicken Dinner, Good Candy  5¢, Speery Candy Co. 291 Pittsburgh Ave., Milwaukee.”  Two of the envelopes are postmarked Winston-Salem, N.C.; one is postmarked Richmond, Va. and one is postmarked Portsmouth, Ohio.  Postmarks are all dated June 1930.

6044

1930

Toone P.’s at the Plaza Bistro & Lounge, 110 W. High St, Piqua - Menu

5504

2010

Top 100 – Program for the 54th Annual Top 100 Scholastic Awards Banquet, presented by the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday, April 25, 2018, Piqua High School, Piqua, Ohio – with a list of the recipients and a list of the other sponsors.

7945

2018

Top 100 Scholastic Honor Award Banquet program - the banquet was held 29 April 1965 at the Elks Club.  A newspaper article announcing the 100 students to be honored is included in this file.  The article is dated 21 April 1965

4979

1965

Top 100 Scholastic Honor Award Banquet program - the banquet was held 27 April 1966 at the Elks Club. 

4980

1966

Top Value and MacDonald stamp saver books

7306

c. 1970s

Top Value Stamp Book (2)

1752

c.1960

Top Value Stamps Saver Book – a 5” x 7” 28 page booklet into which Top Value Stamps could be pasted for redemption at the Top Value Redemption Center at 400 North Main St., Piqua

7531

1966

Top Value Stamps:  2 – 8” x 10” black and white interior photographs of the Top Value Stamp Redemption Center, 400-404 N. Main St., Piqua, Ohio, c. 1965

5700

c. 1965

Toushman, John: letter to Mr. Heitzman (Piqua Historical Museum curator?)  about a globe and ceiling attachment from the "car barn" on South Street he is giving to the museum

4830

N.D.

Towle, George C.-Personal letter from: To: George M. Towle-re: Dayton Flood

189

9-Apr-13

Townsend Club #4 Membership photo

1235

1941

Townsend national Recovery Plan - 3rd edition revised.

3697

1936

Townsend Plan Sheet Music – 3 pcs.

283

1938-1940

Township 1 & 2, Range 9, East of the Great Miami River (Miami River Survey) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Levi Barber – 1802 – copy.  Land currently found in Bethel Township, Miami County, Ohio

5532

1802

Township 1, Range 10, East of the Great Miami River (Miami River Survey) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Levi Barber – 1802 – copy.  Land currently found in Staunton Township (south half), Miami County, Ohio

5533

1802

Township 1, Range 11, East of the Great Miami River (Miami River Survey) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Levi Barber – 1802 – copy.  Land currently found in Staunton Township (north half) and south twelve sections of Springcreek Township, Miami County, Ohio

5535

1802

Township 1, Range 12, East of the Great Miami River (Miami River Survey) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Levi Barber – 1803 – copy.  Land currently found in Springcreek Township (northern 18 sections) , Miami County, Ohio and southern part of  Orange Township, Shelby County, Ohio

5537

1803

Township 10, Range 4, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Daniel C. (?) – 1801 – copy.  Land currently found in Newberry Township (northwestern 3 sections) Miami County, Ohio and eastern part of Adams and Wayne Townships, Darke County, Ohio and southern part of Loramie Township, Shelby County, Ohio

5542

1801

Township 2, Range 10, East of the Great Miami River (Miami River Survey) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Levi Barber – 1802 – copy.  Land currently found in Elizabeth Township and south six sections of Lost Creek Township, Miami County, Ohio

5534

1802

Township 2, Range 11, East of the Great Miami River (Miami River Survey) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Levi Barber – 1802 – copy.  Land currently found in Lost Creek Township (north 24 sections) and south twelve sections of Brown Township, Miami County, Ohio

5536

1802

Township 2, Range 12, East of the Great Miami River (Miami River Survey) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Levi Barber – 1803 – copy.  Land currently found in Brown Township (northern 18 sections) , Miami County, Ohio and southern part of  Green Township, Shelby County, Ohio

5538

1803

Township 4, Range 6, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Daniel C. (?) – 1799 – copy.  Land currently found in Monroe Township, Miami County, Ohio

5547

1799

Township 5, Range 6, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by William Ludlow – 1798  – copy.  Land currently found in Monroe Township (southern 4 sections) and Concord Township (eastern half), Miami County, Ohio

5548

1798

Township 6, Range 5, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Daniel C. (?)  – 1801 – copy.  Land currently found in Union Township (eastern 30 sections), Monroe Township (western 5 sections) and Concord Township (1 southwestern section)  Miami County, Ohio

5543

1798

Township 6, Range 6, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Daniel C. Cooper – 1799  – copy.  Land currently found in Washington Township (eastern edge), Miami County, Ohio

5549

1799

Township 7, Range 4, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Benjamin Chambers – 1801 – copy.  Land currently found in Union Township (western 18 sections) Miami County, Ohio and eastern part of Monroe Township, Darke County, Ohio

5539

1801

Township 7, Range 5, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Daniel C. (?)  – 1801 – copy.  Land currently found in Newton Township (eastern 24 sections), Concord Township (western 12 sections),  Miami County, Ohio

5544

1801

Township 7, Range 6, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Daniel C. Cooper – 1799 – copy.  Land currently found in Washington Township (northeastern 3 sections), Miami County and Washington Township, Shelby County,  Ohio

5550

1799

Township 8, Range 4, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Issiah Ludlow – 1799 – copy.  Land currently found in Newton Township (western 18 sections) Miami County, Ohio and eastern part of Franklin Township, Darke County, Ohio

5540

1799

Township 8, Range 5, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by (?) – 1799  – copy.  Land currently found in Newberry Township (eastern 18 sections) and Washington Township (western 18 sections),  Miami County, Ohio

5545

1799

Township 9, Range 4, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Daniel C. (?) – 1801 – copy.  Land currently found in Newberry Township (western 18 sections) Miami County, Ohio and eastern part of Adams and Wayne Townships, Darke County, Ohio

5541

1801

Township 9, Range 5, East Meridian Survey (west of the Great Miami River) survey map and description of the land.  Survey by Daniel C. (?) – 1808  – copy.  Land currently found in Newberry Township (northeastern 3 sections) and Washington Township (northwestern 3 sections),  Miami County and southeastern Loramie Township and southern Washington Township, Shelby County, Ohio

5546

1808

Towpath Photo

857

1960’s

Towpaths, booklet, 150 years of Ohio's Canals, 1825-1975

2499

c. 1975

Train ran through Avenue & Alley-912 S. Main St.

4586

5-Jul-72

Train wreck in Piqua. The wreck involved oil tank cars which ruptured and became a major fire.  This wreck occurred in the 1940’s, possibly during World War II.  This file contains 40 negatives of the fire and the clean-up following and were taken by a private citizen, possibly Sylvan Harris or a relative.  The negatives in 12 strips have been scanned and a set of positive prints of the negatives are in this file.

7134

c. 1943

Train Wreck – 29 March 1942 - photographs and article on the wreck by Scott Trostel - wreck occurred when a Pennsylvania RR coal train hit a B&O Oil train at Piqua crossing - For more information SEE VERTICAL FILE 979A

2395

1942

Train wreck – picture of a wreck in which a locomotive ran into the back of the coal car of a Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton locomotive.  The wreck occurred on an elevation near a bridge in the Piqua area.

8148

c.1910

Train Wrecks – The Keystone, Official Publication of the Pennsylvania Railroad Technical and Historical Society: The PRR and World War II – Volume 24, No. 4, Winter 1991 – this magazine has two articles on train wrecks in Piqua, both written by Scott Trostel: “Oil Train Wreck At Piqua, Ohio” and “Troop Train Derails at Piqua, Ohio” – both occurred during World War II

7462

1991

Travel and Tourism poster detailing regional and local points of interest for visitors to west central Ohio and especially to Piqua.  Three driving routes in Piqua are defined and the buildings and locations which can be seen along each route.  The poster was created as part of an unidentified presentation.

4669

c. 1970

Travel Ohio for Fun booklet

2428

c. 1970

Travelodge Piqua Master tape production notes, VHS tape, project coordinator-Chris Heckman

1498

1928 (1988)

Treon – color photograph of Mary Jane Treon and her husband Paul Treon

7756

c. 2000

Treon, Mary Jane – computer painting – computer generated art – two copies of a rural scene with trees, plants and flowers.  This was painted using a computer

7915

n.d.

Triangle Clubs Songbook – Piqua Y.W.C.A

1403

c.1910

Tri-City African Violet Society program

1487

1981

Tri-County Board of Mental Health and Mental Retardation - Annual Report, 1980

4360

1980

Tri-County Mental Health Levy Renewal materials

3173

n.d.

Trinity Lutheran Parsonage demolition to make way for church expansion-photo

2204

c. 1950

Trojan Manufacturing, 635 W. Water St.: [1] photo of old Centennial Lanes building just before it was demolished.  [2] photo of the old planning mill - Anchor Manufacturing - just before it was demolished.  [3] photo of the site after demolition and clean-up.  [4] photo of construction of Tim Horton's Restaurant on the site of the old Centennial Lanes.

4387

c. 2005

Trolley Car on South Wayne – the Zollinger building is under construction in the background as is the Wayne Street railroad overpass. 8x10 b/w photo

5790

1914

Trowbridge Photographic Collection

34

c.1900-c.1960’s

Troy – 175th Anniversary – Special section  Troy Daily News

1941

1989

Troy – Photos – Asst.

1006

c.1920

Troy Altrusa Club History

1296

n.d

Troy Bell Canal Boat, copied – photo

933

c.1900

Troy Church of the Brethren – Plowing New Ground:  A History of The Troy, Ohio Church of the Brethren, 1909-1984 by Carolyn Angle, Mark Batdorf, Larry Helsey, 1984

6288

1984

Troy Daily News – 24 August 1984 – 75th Anniversary Issue of TDN

1943

1984

Troy Daily News – Historic front pages 1917 – 1991

1942

1991

Troy Free School Library – Rules for the Government of the Troy Free School Library, Troy, Ohio, 1896

7819

1896

Troy High School Graduating Class of 1940, 50th Class Reunion booklet – June 15-17, 1990

6115

1990

Troy High School musical program – “Fiddler on the Roof” – March 16, 17, 18 – year not given

6958

n.d.

Troy Historical Society 1989 wall calendar with historic photos of Troy

4687

1989

Troy Relays Program

1212

1965

Troy Sesquicentennial Official Program – September 12-19, 1964

7436

1964

Troy Sunshade beach umbrella advertising - copy from catalog

3741

1929

Troy Sunshade pamphlet

1075

c.1900

Troy, OH – Blotters

825

n.d.

Troy, OH “Stauntonian”

829

1951

Troy, Ohio – advertising post card for “The Troy Community Print” by Karen McCulla – Original 50” x 38” pen and ink/watercolor.  The Troy, Ohio, Community Print features over 60 Troy landmarks with a total of 150 locations.  Prints available in 24” x 30”.

8044

1994

Troy, Ohio - history of the town published by the Historical Society of Troy and the P.R. Department of Hobart Brothers Co.

2712

n.d.

Troy, Ohio Sesquicentennial

4210

1964

Troy, Ohio USA - booklet

3509

c.1985

Troy-A Well Balanced Town

3349

1931

Troy-aerial view

4605

1929

Troy-Miami County Public Library pamphlet

2728

n.d.

Troy-northwest corner of Public Square?

4603

N.D.

Troy's 150th Anniversary: Troy Daily News - 9/18/1964

3353

1964

Troy's historic homes & buildings: Troy Daily News

3352

1964

Troy-Treasure Island across from City Park

4604

N.D.

Trust Certificate - San Diego-Santa Fe Springs Syndicate to Frances Wood Slauson, 18 July 1922

2483

1922

TRW Hartzell Propeller Bumper Sticker

1772

n.d.

Tucker County, Virginia – Land Grant for land made prior to the creation of to the creation of the State of West Virginia in 1863:  Land Grant to Lair D. Morrall dated April 11, 1857 for 1139 acres and signed by Henry A. Wise Esquire, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia

7586

1857

Tucker County, West Virginia:  A land grant dated January 27, 1874 by which William E. Stevenson, Governor of West Virginia granted 175 acres in Tucker County, WV to Mary E. Brown.  The payment for the land in the amount of $3.50 was made by Jonathan Arnold and Bernard L. Brown and assigned to Mary E. Brown.

7589

1871

Tunkers (The) and The Brethren Church - Origin, Doctrine, Biography and Literature by H.R. Holsinger - first 16 pages of the book

2787

1901

Turf Club Card – Frank Gehle, Prop.

1060

c.1900

Turk, Margret - picture

3422

c. 1920

Turner, Charlotte - photo

3846

n/d

TV Guide – TV listings for Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus, Oxford, Lima, Zanesville for the week January 25-31, 1964.  Includes a special section entitled “America’s Long Vigil:  A permanent record of what we watched on television from Nov. 22 to 25, 1963.” [the assassination of President John F. Kennedy]

7233

1964

TV Guide, “Special Collector’s Edition, The 2000th Issue of TV Guide. – Broadcast and Cable Listings / July 27-August 2, 1991

6024

1991

Twenty Year Club dinner at Bijou Restaurant – photo

749

1971

Two Addresses Delivered at Oxford, Ohio, on Occasion of the Inauguration of Rev. Geo. Junkin, D.D. as President of Miami University – published in Cincinnati by Western Church Press, 1841.  Hand written in ink across the top of the book is the following:  John M. Armstrong Esq. with respects of John Johnston, Piqua, Ohio, December 4, 1841.

7776

1841

Two bank drafts signed by S. S. McKinney: [1]  Citizens National Bank to pay $100 to M. N. Jones, dated September 30, 1872, signed S. S. McKinney.  [2] Citizens National Bank to pay $15 to Conway, dated June 11, 1873, signed S. S. McKinney.

7890

1872-1873

Tykie Toy Book

939

1946

Tykie Toy Tales No. 208 book – containing 30 pages and 5 stories – copyright 1946, published by Tykie Toy Co., Piqua, Ohio.  Stories by Virginia Saunders, characters created by Dick Grosvenor.

5758

1946

22-Jul-19