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NAME

SC NO.

DATE

C & H Bancorp (and its wholly owned subsidiaries The Miami Citizens National Bank and Trust Company and Heritage National Bank and Trust Company [formerly Piqua National Bank]) Fiscal Reports for 1986 and 1987 and the 1987 Annual Report.  These are the last reports for the locally owned (Miami County) Miami Citizens Bank and Piqua National Bank.  On 31 March 1988 C & H Bancorp was merged into Fifth Third Bancorp of Cincinnati and local ownership and control ceased.

5588

1986 & 1987

C & H Bancorp Annual Report 1986

5896

1986

C & H Bancorp Fiscal Report for the Twelve Months Ended December 31, 1986 [C & H Bancorp was formed out of the Merger of Miami Citizens National Bank and Heritage National Bank (formerly Piqua National Bank)]

5895

1986

C.I.S.V. - Children's International Summer Village - 2 photos: 910 1956 - 5 individuals not identified, (2) Jared Reitz and 5 children, 1977

4260

1956 & 1977

Cabinet photographs donated by Ms. Marianne McCalip which are identified:  [1] Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ziehler, wedding photograph taken at Bowerson Studio, Dayton.  [2] Mary Ziehler, age 2, taken as Grossman Studio, Dayton.  [3] Clarence Plock, age c. 9 years, taken at Grossman & Owings Studio, Dayton.  [4] Kate Gleason taken at E. W. Mathews studio, Piqua, Ohio. [5] Gussie Houck taken at S. A. Watkins studio, Piqua, Ohio. [6] Joe Hauck (Houck) taken at Matthews studio, Piqua, Ohio.  [7] Al (Albin) Thoma taken at Matthews studio Piqua, Ohio. [8] Mr. Ollie Humpert – male age 2-4 approx., taken at Piqua Art Studio, Piqua, Ohio.  [9] Emma Centner, from Canastota, N.Y. taken at University Art Gallery, Syracuse, N. Y.  [10] Mame Gunther taken at Lawson & Mathews studio Piqua, Ohio. – All photographs dated 1890-1905.

6738

.

Cadwallader, Prof. - photo

3663

c. 1880

Cain Carry-out, 1425 Washington Ave., Piqua, Ohio – 1990 calendar, recipe of the month and bill holder

6714

1990

Cain, J.B. - tombstone - Jackson Cemetery - Company B, 27th U.S.C.T. - Civil War Veteran

2070

?

Caldwell - 320 Caldwell, Anshe Emeth Temple – drawing

1345

n.d.

Caldwell - 400 block Caldwell west side -photo

2170

c.1980

Caldwell - 400 Caldwell - photo  

2169

c.1980

Caldwell - 511 Caldwell - photo

2171

c.1980

Caldwell - 512 Caldwell - photo

2167

c.1980

Caldwell - 512 Caldwell - photo

2173

c.1980

Caldwell - 600 Block Caldwell Westside -photo

2164

c.1980

Caldwell - 600 Caldwell - photo - NW cor. Caldwell & North

2172

c.1980

Caldwell - 612 Caldwell - photo

2168

c.1980

Caldwell - 620 Caldwell - photo

2176

c.1980

Caldwell - 626 Caldwell - photo

2165

c.1980

Caldwell - 700 Caldwell - photo

2166

c.1980

Caldwell - 722 Caldwell - photo

2163

c.1980

Caldwell Family - Indenture dividing the land of Matthew Caldwell who died in 1811 without leaving a will.  The land and other property were divided among his seven children.  The file contains a rolled handwritten copy of the original document, dated 16 January 1822.  The file also contains a photocopy of the document with the property divisions marked in red.

3490

1822

Caldwell, 511

495

1978

Caldwell, 512

496

1978

Caldwell, 528

497

1978

Caldwell, 600

498

1978

Caldwell, 609

499

1978

Caldwell, 612

500

1978

Caldwell, 620

502

1978

Caldwell, 626

501

1978

Caldwell, 629

503

1978

Caldwell, 700

504

1978

Caldwell, Matthew - Deed Abstract for Lot # 234, prepared by Huston & White, attorneys - Piqua, 46 pages, 13 Dec., 1882

2339

1882

Caldwell, Matthew - Deeds - 500 Broadway, Piqua Baptist Church; 401 Weber

2281

1894 - 1911

Caldwell, Matthew Jr. Account Book

13

1830’s-1840

Caldwell, Matthew patent, encases in glass

1518

1807

Caldwell, W. F. – Letter

1011

1902

Caldwell, Watson F. - Watson F. Caldwell, Printer, 314 N. Wayne - Ruler - 1893 to c. 1929

4910

c. 1920

Calendar – 2009 Miami County Barn Quilt Calendar

7689

2009

Calendar – Fristoe Coal Company, coal – feed – seed – tile – chicks – fertilizer, 101 College St., Phone 366, Piqua, Ohio – calendar and recipes – calendar for 1949

6521

1949

Calendars issued by The Piqua Ice Company, Coal – Coke – Ice.  The calendars have paintings on the front and are for the years 1940, 1941 and 1943

7731

1940, 1941, 1943

Calendars:  [1] Andy’s Garden 1999; [2] Andy’s Garden 2000; [3] Third Savings 2001; [4] Unity National Bank 2003; [5] Unity National Bank 2004; [6] Suber Funeral Home 1999.

8048

1999-2004

Calhoun, Victor Roy A.M. 2/c, 612-92-55 – form letter provided to his family giving information on how to cope with problems which may arise while he is away in the Navy – dated April 1944

5397

1944

Calhoun, Victor Roy A.M. 2/c, 612-92-55 – U.S.S. Bogue, Executive Officer’s Memorandum #2-45, dated 7 July 1945 – also included in this file is information on the U.S.S. Bogue

5398

1945

Calling Cards, old: [1] Mrs. Harry Oda [2] Mrs. Christ Oda [3] Kathy J. Antolick [4] D.O. Wenrick [5] Miss Marian E. Wenrick [6] Mrs. Fern E. Wenrick [7] Mrs. D.O. Wenrick [8] Mrs. Robert M. Shannon [9] Mrs. William P. Orr [10] Miss Clara l. Wolf [11] Frederic H. Smith [12] Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clay, and Clark Allen Clay born April 25, 1908

2868

various

Callison, Richard L. – “Vote for Rick” Wheaties Company

304

1982?

Camelot Subdivision Sec. 5 Plat Map – Town 8 Range 5 Section 11 Washington Township, Miami County, Ohio – 16 lots on Lambert Drive including Heather Drive and Woodcliff Road

5520

1966

Camera Shop (The), 127 Market St., Piqua, Ohio – Christmas Greetings a pamphlet showing Christmas cards available for sale at The Camera Shop.

7644

n.d.

Camp Chase Fifes & Drums v. 2 (The) – The Civil War audio cassette

1930

 

Camp Shelby, Battery C, 136th F.A. (Piqua)

26

1941

Camp Sherman Souvenir Book

995

1918

Camp Street - 1000 Camp Street – photo

952

n.d.

Camp Sugar Grove pamphlet

2501

1939

Campaign posters for Ohio offices:  [1] Portman for U.S. Senate 2010;  [2] Ohio’s Comeback Begins Here, Kasich/Taylor for Ohio 2010;  [3] Kasich/Taylor for Ohio 2014

8172 – large flat box

2010, 2014

Campbell, Emma, wife of William Campbell - photo by Thorne

3764

c.1890

Campbell, F.E.

540

n.d.

Campbell, F.E.

550

1890

Campbell, F.E.

583

1878

Campbell, F.E. - 2 photos

3666

1908

Campbell, Frank

578

n.d.

Campbell, Hellen - photo

3667

c. 1910

Campbell, Mary Kerns

545

n.d.

Campbell, Mary Kerns

564

n.d.

Campbell, Mrs. F.E.

552

n.d.

Campbell, Robert B.

551

n.d.

Campbell, Sarah J., Funeral Card, died 7 July 1907

2500

1907

Campbell, Ward

547

n.d.

Campbell, Ward

569

n.d.

Campbell’s Furniture Co. Parade float, 410-412 N. Main

871

1914

Canal Bills of Lading

158

1838-1844

Canal Boat "Camp Statler"- Photograph

1988

n.d.

Canal Boat excursion-photo

2213

c. 1890

Canal Boat Gen. Harrison in dry dock under construction at Johnston Farm – 8x10 b/w photo

5794

n.d.

Canal Boat H. W. Myers – Three 8x10 b/w photos

5795

c. 1890

Canal boat in levee in wooded area; picture taken about 1915 by Piqua dentist Dr. Lou Crawford

4637

c. 1915

Canal Boat W.T. McLean – photo

721

c.1890

Canal Boats and Canals - Miami and Erie Canal - Old photographs

2051

?

Canal Boats docked at Piqua

2029

pre. 1900

Canal Certificate of payment for Extension Work

702

c.1840

Canal Commission Certificates

296

1827

Canal Era-Summit County Beacon Journal-reprinted by Akron Beacon Journal-30 June, 1975

4573

1835-1870

Canal Ledgers:  Jackson, W:  Wabash & Erie Canal

140

1839-1840’s

Canal Maintenance Log Book:  Miami & Erie Canal

173

1886-1890

Canal Place parking and landscape designs (2 sheets) – Architects rendering of Canal Place appearance at end of proposed project (4 sheets) (8/28/74)

5528

1974

Canal Place, Piqua, Ohio – copy of a pen and ink drawing of Canal Place overlayed with watercolor by George Crown in 1983 – the picture is 30”w x 18” h.

5643.2

1983

Canal Place, Piqua, Ohio – proposed plot plan for Canal Place – area between 100 block E. High St. and 100 block E. Ash St. along the route of the old Miami & Erie Canal.  Plans drawn by T. C. Hinger, 29 August 1974.

5613

1974

Canal Society of Ohio Fall Tour 2017 – The Piqua Hydraulic Canal, October 6, 7 &8, 2017 – program booklet  - history, photos, itinerary.

7822

2017

Canal Society of Ohio Fall Tour Brochure

1788

2003

Canal Society of Ohio Fall tour Participants - 16 October 1916

4201

1976

Canals of Ohio 1825-1913 – Map and information on the canals built in Ohio.  Published by the Roscoe Village Foundation, Coshocton, Ohio, 1990

7674

1990

Canoe (The), 1927, Fifth Annual Number, Tippecanoe City High School, Tippecanoe City, Ohio.  (2 copies)

6022

1927

Canoe (The), 1930 – published by the Canoe Staff of Tippecanoe City High School, Tippecanoe City, Ohio.

6021

1930

Canoe Vol. 1, First Annual Number published by the Class of 1923, Tippecanoe City High School.  Tippecanoe City, Ohio

6020

1923

Canoe, Vol. 1, First Annual Number Published by the Class of 1923, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6061

1923

Canoe, Vol. 10, Tenth Annual Number Published by the Canoe Staff - 1932, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6066

1932

Canoe, Vol. 11, Eleventh Annual Number Published by the Canoe Staff - 1933, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6067

1933

Canoe, Vol. 12, Twelfth Annual Number Published by the Canoe Staff - 1934, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6068

1934

Canoe, Vol. 13, Thirteenth Annual Number Published by the Canoe Staff - 1935, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6069

1935

Canoe, Vol. 14, Fourteenth Annual Number Published by the Canoe Staff - 1936, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6070

1936

Canoe, Vol. 15, Fifteenth Annual Number Published by the Canoe Staff - 1937, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6071

1937

Canoe, Vol. 2, Second Annual Number Published by the Class of 1924, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6062

1924

Canoe, Vol. 3, Third Annual Number Published by the Class of 1925, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6063

1925

Canoe, Vol. 4, Fourth Annual Number Published by the Class of 1926, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6064

1926

Canoe, Vol. 8, Eighth Annual Number Published by the Class of 1930, Tippecanoe City High School – Tipp City High School yearbook

6065

1930

Card “A Roast to the Kaiser”

327

1917

Cardboard folding fan advertising “The Great Darke County Fair” Greenville, Ohio, August 20-25, 1944 – includes a basic fair program

7975

1944

Cardboard hand fan – “’Buy It At Walker’s’ Phone M530, 321 N. Main Street, Piqua, O., Furniture, Rugs”

5673

c. 1920

Carder, Blaine – Collection

80

1918-1935

Cards, small

1906

n.d.

Careers at the Library of Congress a pamphlet

2590

1984

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1964-1991:  Paul Nicholas Baltes, Jr; Zora L. Wheeler; Ulysses Roy Davis; Ralph I. Roeth; Loa Jean Hill; Peggy A. Heck; Fred Collins; Julian T. Grana; Palma (Pam) Humphrey; Fred A. Schulz; Jessie M. Sphar; Jane Warner Savant; Henry H. Meyer; Roy N. Pence; Carrie Cooper Mink; Louis F. Haaga; Donald C. Thompson; Carl J. Holloway; Ellen Lenore Latham; Dorothy P. Argobright; Rita S. Couchot; Gary L. Phipps; James Eugene Herman; John Carl Holloway; Everett E. Laws; Robert Joseph Paulus; Edith M. Westfall; H. Elizabeth Minton; Emmett A. Conover; Elva Shockley Wyrick; Minnie D. Moore

7823

Various

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1992:  Edward L. Lyons; N. Christine Davis; Gretta H. Fritsch; Cora B. Bucholtz; Frank Angleberger; Richard D. Blythe; Edgar Nathan Franklin Cromes; Zelpha M. Hufford

7824

1992

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1993:  Arthur L. “Pete” Preston, Russell H. Massie, Willis C. Wills Jr.

7825

1993

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1994:  Theresa M. Otrwerth; Walter F. “Bud” Buirley; Clarence H. Berger; Lois A. Lyons; Lois A. Meyer; Frederic M. Hoskins; Gladys E. “Betty” Geer; Hazel T. Buchenroth; Mathias J. “Joe” Henman; Therrien J. “Jim” O’Reilly; Della Marie Kindle

7826

1994

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1995:  Gladys M. Moore; Lloyd V. Counts; Richard E. Clark; George “Bud” Lindsay; Eugene M. Easton; Mildred E. Booher; Donald E. Chalmers; Dorothy M. Pitsenbarger; Howard W. Trittschuh; Conway N. Fair; Charles Edward Vosler

7827

1995

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1996:  Robert C. Arbogast; Francis F. Trittschuh; Clifford Schneider; Virgil E. Melvin; Edward J. Schilling; Mary Denman; Esther L. Marvin

7828

1996

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1997:  Leonard J. Grilliot; Stella Fiessinger; Ermel Leona Stoler; Noel Edward Smith; Edward Franklin Chambers; Julia Bernadine Fogt; Lauretta Hoskins; Della Leona Rank; Dagny L. Taylor

7829

1997

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1998:  Urban G. Lyons, Charles L. Pitsenbarger, Martha L. Cromer, Richard K. Creager

7830

1998

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 1999:  Joseph E. Marden, John J. Knoop, Clestine A. Weaver, Eva O. Chapman, Norbert J. Lyons, Forrest Chambers, F. Cecil Skinner

7831

1999

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2000:  Leo D. McGrath, Elwood L. Nishwitz, Neil C. Ferree, Wayne L. Carpenter, George L. McFarland, Daniel J. Lavy, Delbert Wick, Percy G. Holloway

7832

2000

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2001:  Richard L. “Dick” Palsgrove, Raymond L. Bailey, Margaret Ofa Jones, Jack L. McDonald, Will A. King, Lester J. Vetter, Pauline A. Petersimes, George Edward Steele, Harold L. Crotinger, Hazel E. Myers, Charles L. Nishwitz, Florence Kirby, Lena Massie, Bruce M. Haaga, Larry E. James

7833

2001

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2002:  Ruth E. Rickey, Margaret E. Ware Pugh, Thomas J. Knouff, Lyda M. McFarland, Grace S. Knouff, Olive L. Whitson, Mary E. Soerhoff, L. Lillian Brown, Dale E. Petersime, James William Funderburg, Herbert Lee Davidson, M. Dean Stonerock, William F. Cummins, Pauline M. Cron, Patricia A. Schulz, Margaret Brokaw, Juanita J. Bowers, Lloyd Eugene Stanton

7834

2002

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2003:  Eva L. McGrath, Ralph E. Perin Jr., Mabel L. Hunt, James Robert “Bob” Mitchell, Jessie N. Leece, Opal K. Jones, Ralph G. Pearson, Clela Maud Hall

7835

2003

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2004:  Naomi V. Haaga, Rita M. Hennessey, Martha Trissel, Robert A. Soerhoff, Herbert M. Pence, Cordella M. McMillan, Dakota E. Beichler, Leva Marie Melvin, Barbara J. Pearson, Juanita Gilberta Volker

7836

2004

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2005:  Janet Susanne Worthington, Lowell G. Niles, Marvin Eutene Helton, Sr., Howard G. Kerst, Dorothea Ford, Mabel L. Hunt, Ernest J. Virgint, William R. Dill, Zelda I. Roeth, Leo H. Marrs, Jr., Cletus J. Brown

7837

2005

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2006:  Jerome M. Fiessinger, Roger E. Monnin, Nancy S. Heitkamp, Earl F. DeMange, William L. Brown, Martha J. Creager, Carolyn Ann Cruea, Lee F. Brautigam, Roland “Ron” Schultz, Marjorie McColloch

7838

2006

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2007:  Robert D. “Bob” Fair, Patricia Kay Bolton, Herman R. Sargeant, Rudolph Foch Wyrick, Emma M. Grilliot, James E. Schulz, William E. Cowan, Samuel F. Pearson, Rick A. Kittle, Donna Mae (Mowery) Staley, Barbara A. Brown, Joseph Samuel “JoeSam” Loughlin

7839

2007

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2008:  Lucille Josephine Meyer, Lois I. Deaton, Marion Ellsworth Free, Beverly Jean Hartzell, Lewis Edward Robinson, Samuel L. Harshbarger, Carl K. “Mac” McMillen, Alice M. Preston

7840

2008

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2009:  Carl W. “Kayo” Zirkle, Jane C. Cummins, Kyle T. Hubbard, David R. Fowler Jr., Louis H. Brautigam, Leland Livesay, Lester W. Beaver, Ruth E. Burton, Aubrey H. “Huff” Huffman, Evelyn “Evie” Archer, Russell O. Reid, Pauline Grove Niles

7841

2009

Carpenter, John Collection, funeral cards & notices, 2010:  Donald E. Melvin, Raymond C. Smith, Robert Paul Weymer, Gladys L. Pollock, Doris E. Skinner, Mildred M. Slaybaugh, Bernice E. Langston, Luther W. Roeth, Roger E. Peterson, Roger E. Watkins

7842

2010

Carpenter, John T. – Business cards for John T. Carpenter as a representative/salesman for The Tiffany Company, Manufacturers of Highest Quality Industrial Maintenance Products (2 cards)

7786

n.d.

Carpenter, John T. – map of the Local History Room of the Piqua Public Library drawn by John T. Carpenter in 2009.  John was a volunteer in the Local History Department for several years.

7801

2009

Carpenter, John T. - six inch ruler shaped like half of a foot and advertising John T. Carpenter Construction Co.

5321

c. 1970

Carroll Family Scrapbooks - newspaper clippings

2265

1900-1920s

Carroll Family Scrapbooks - various documents

2264

1900-1920s

Carroll, Nellie Evelyn - Scrapbooks

2263

1900-1920s

Cars of Yesteryear

2509

c. 1967

Carter for President bumper sticker

4795

1976

Cartwright, Walter E. - U.S. Marine Corps Honorable Discharge and Mustering Out Payment, 1944

2364

1944

Cartwright, Walter Emerson - Discharge from U.S. Marine Corps - 28 March, 1944

2318

1944

Casserta, Charles – copies of three photographs of the Casserta grocery and bar, c. 1940’s.  One photo is of Charles Casserta standing in the door of the establishment at 331 S. Roosevelt.  The other two are of the interior of the bar.

6290

c. 1940’s

Casstown Union School

167

1879

Casstown, Laura, Ludlow Falls, Potsdam street maps with voting places indicated on the maps.

3227

1956

Castalian Society

130

1901

Castle Hall, Invincible Lodge #176, Knights Pythias – Printing Sample

1083

c.1900

Castle, Helen Constance

565

1893

Catalogue of Sale – Val Decker Packing Company – auction to liquidate all equipment and furnishings of the Decker Company – the sale was held at the Decker Company, 727 E. Ash Street and was under the management of National Content Liquidators, Inc. of Dayton.  The sale was held Tuesday, December 8 and Wednesday, December 9, 1980

6975

1980

Causey, Goldie F. – 370 E. Main St. – photograph taken 8-8-1993 on Mrs. Causey’s 90th birthday.  Also a picture of her house from the 1940’s at 370 E. Main St.

6826

1993, 1940

Cedar Hill Cemetery, Piqua, Ohio - compiled by Gary L. Schaub, October 1989 - the listing includes name, age, year of birth, year of death, nativity (where born) and date of burial.

5037

1989

Celebrating Miami County – a booklet produced for the Miami County Courthouse Rededication, 3 July 1998.  The booklet gives the history of courthouses in Miami County and a photo history of the 1997-98 restoration of the courthouse.

5440

1998

Cemetery - Capital Hill Cemetery, Cambridge City, IN - donated by Mrs. Eileen A. Davis of Piqua - Booklet includes internment list.

3147

n.d.

Cemetery Photographs – the former Ralston-Brown School House-Curtis Cemetery  on the corner of Loy Rd. and Lost Creek Shelby Rd.  This cemetery is on property currently owned by Ms. Janet McGrew.  Ms. McGrew discovered the cemetery when she began digging up tombstones in her back yard.  The following named (d.o.d.) tombstones have been unearthed and are photographed:  Cyrus Hand (1851); Alonzo T. and Benjamin Brelsford (1859); Sarah wife of Benjamin Hand (1822); Mary wife of Henry Earnhart (1851); Henry Ear4nhart (1848); Mary E. Ralston (1888); Andrew Ralston (1822); Mary wife of A. Ralston (1834); Alen Ralston (1850);

Hetty wife of Jacob Price (1853); Catharine wife of Morton Manson (1855); Morton Manson (1855); John Manson (1855); Mary wife of Solomon K. Brown (1811); Elizabeth consort of Thomas Heston & daughter of Wm & Elenor Brown (1846); Thomas Tuley (1829); Jane daughter of M & M Dinsmoore (1829); Matthew G. son of M & M Dinsmoore (1835); Jackson Potts (1851); Leah wife of James Potts (1852); David Potts (1841); Sarah M. daughter of J. & S.A. Potts (1850).  The photographs were taken December 21, 2014

7484

2014

Cemetery Project - symbolism in grave stones - photographs

2042

?

Cemetery Records - Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, March-May 1954, "Genealogical Department: Records from Old Graveyards of Miami County, Ohio: Staunton Cemetery; Fletcher Presbyterian; Midway between Sidney and Piqua on Dixie Highway; near Garbry; Wesleyan Cemetery; Range Line Cemetery; Bethel Church Cemetery; Coleman Baker Farm; Old McKinney Cemetery north of Piqua; Lost Creek Cemetery; Branson Cemetery - Church; Troy and Covington Pike Cemetery; The Old Blue Graveyard on the Old Troy Pike just south of Staunton; Pisgah Church Cemetery; Old Wesley Chapel Cemetery located on the county road between Miami and Shelby counties; Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Miami County, Ohio

3181

1954

Censorship Rules for Personal Correspondence, United States Pacific Fleet Air Force, Pacific Fleet Carrier Aircraft Service Unit Number Thirty One.  Memorandum from the Chief Censor to All Hands, 11 June 1945 – original and copy.

5399

1945

Census report-1950 “Characteristics of the population of Ohio”

1889

1951

Central Fire Station, 223 West Water Street, Piqua, Ohio – c. 1910 – 5 x 8 black/white

6542

c. 1910

Central Grain & Malting Co. - 101 S. Downing - demolition - photo

2219

1978

Central States Archaeological Journal

1554

1968

Central States Archaeological Journal Vol. 14, No. 4

1553

1967

Central States Water Works Association Convention Proceedings, Official Report – September 5-7, 1899 – The is an article on the Water Supply of Piqua, Ohio by W. B. Mitchell, Secretary Piqua Water Works.  This article is on pages 90-93.

7323

1899

Central Union Telephone Company – construction drawings for telephone office and operations area at 311 N. Wayne.  The date on the drawings is June 5, 1918

5572

1918

Central Western Ohio Fireman’s Assoc.

4

1932

CEO List – a list of business men and women produced for the Greenleaf Garden Club to assist in their fund raising efforts.  The eleven page list contains names, names of the businesses they are connected with in alphabetical order, addresses, telephone numbers (in some cases both home and work numbers) and Fax numbers.

7615

2005

Certificate of Dismissal issued to Sister Eliza Heath from the German Reformed Congregation at Salem's Church so that she can join Concord M.E. Church - 18 April 1847 - found in Ruth McMillan's scrapbook 19 March 2008.

4785

1847

Certificate of Graduation from the Intermediate
Class of the “36” Skate Club of Piqua to the Advanced Class – given to Bob Belcher, November 21, 1956

7392

1956

Certificate of Official Character (Notary Public Appointment)

1871

n.d.

Chamber of Commerce Solicitation Letter

929

n.d.

Champaign County Map and Urbana City Map 1979 – printed by Champaign County Automobile Club (AAA) [Located in Drawer 24 of Map Case]

7357

1979

Champaign County Public Schools – a record of students who attended the following Champaign County, Ohio schools in the years between 1894 and 1901.  These pages are from a school log, containing lists of students enrolled, kept by Wilbur Kiser, a teacher in Champaign County during this period.  The school records are: [1] Record of the Crayon School No. 3 from September 5, 1900 to April 26, 1901.  [2] Record of Myrtle Tree Public Schools, Sub District No. 6, from September 3, 1898 to April 22, 1900.  The following note is at the end of this list:  “This school consisted of bright well behaved children.  It showed they were living in a good community with good parental training.”  [3] Record of the Millerstown Public Schools, from September 14, 1898 to Spril 28, 1899, B-Department, W.C. Kizer, Teacher.  [4] Record of the Millerstown Schools B. Department, W.C. Kiser, Teacher, J.J. Richeson, Superintendent, From September 5, 1897 to April 22, 1898.  [5] Record of Burr Oak School, From September 3, 1894 to May 22, 1895.

7168

1894-1901

Champion Cutter & Fixture Co., Piqua, Ohio – Invoice for goods sold to Henry Burkimer dated December 8, 1927

6148

1927

Champion Feed Mills – letterhead

1100

1900

Champion Paper Co., Inc. – 12 8x10 black and white aerial photographs of the Champion Paper Co. Plant on U.S. Route 36 north side just west of Sunset Drive, Piqua.  Address – 1800 Covington Ave.  Later the remodeled building would be the home of Hartzell Propeller Co.   The photographs were taken by Roger E. Miller, Certified Professional Photographer, 1310 South St., Piqua.  They were taken between 1969 and 1971 when J. Oliver Blackwell was the plant manager.

6037

c. 1970

Champion Paper Co., Inc. – two 5x8 black and white photographs of construction at Champion Paper Co. – The photographs were taken by Roger E. Miller, Certified Professional Photographer, 1310 South St., Piqua.  They were taken between 1969 and 1971 when J. Oliver Blackwell was the plant manager and Homer L. Christopher was the maintenance foreman.

6038

c. 1970

Champion Paper Cutter Co. - Expense vouchers signed by A. H. Boyer, Vice President, and by J. E. Byar, President, for reimbursement of travel expenses

2464

1921

Charles Upton party for Piqua National Bank executives – photo taken by Raymond “Step” Lange of January 13, 1953 – Individuals lin the photo were identified by Kenneth Moore (#4 in the picture).  The negative of the picture is located in the Lange Photographic Collection, MS-16, Box 20, File 31.  The photograph is a copy.

7009

1953

Charleston Falls Preserve - 8 photographs - 4 May 1977

4261

1977

Charleston Falls Preserve in Winter - January 1978 - 5 photographs

4262

1978

Charlie Battery 1st Bn, 136th Field Artillery 73rd Infantry Brigade, Ohio National Guard Photograph (5)

1787

1979

Chatterer (The) - Superior Underwear newspaper

3311

1920

Chatterer, The: news booklet by Superior Underwear Co. employees for employees

37

1920

Chautauqua – Fountain Park – Photo

650

c.1910

Chautauqua - Fountain Park- photos (4) from Tow Bridge Collection SC-34

1508

1921

Chautauqua – Piqua Chautauqua programs for the years 1913, 1914, 1915, 1920, 1925, 1926

6110

1913-1926

Chautauqua - Piqua Community Chautauqua Association Guarantor's Adult Season Ticket ($1.00), 23 July to 2 August 1925.

5308

1925

Chautauqua Fan - Piqua National Bank

1664

1921

Chautauqua Fan - Piqua National Bank

1665

1922

Chautauqua Fan (Cron Cheney Funeral Home, 3)

1663

n.d.

Chautauqua fans 1927, 1929, 1930, 1931.  The dates and the 10 day program of events are printed on one side and an advertisement for Piqua National Bank is printed on the other.  The fans show the change in location of the Bank.

2416

1927, 1929, 1930, 1931

Chautauqua Festival – letter from the Chautauqua Festival Committee to the Piqua City Commission questioning the commissions refusal to allow the festival to be held downtown in 1977 and announcing the committee’s decision to suspend operations.  The letter is dated March 30, 1977.

6967

1977

Chautauqua Festival “Tent on the Square Theatre”, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, August 1, 2, 3, 1975, Piqua, Ohio – a check list of events and things to see; 4 sheets of Chautauqua stationery; a Chautauqua envelope.

7643

1975

Chautauqua Festival check list, stationery and advertising for festival held August 6, 7, 8, 1976 (multiple copies)

6966

1976

Chautauqua Festival program, Chautauqua Check List and tickets (4) for the festival on August 1, 2, 3, 1975 on the Public Square in Piqua.

6965

1975

Chautauqua Festival Tent on the Square souvenir certificate, 1, 2, 3 August 1975 and ticket for a Tour of Historic Hemes 8 August 1975

3114

1975

Chautauqua Festival Tent On The Square Theatre certificate – August 1-3, 1975

6267

1975

Chautauqua Festival Tent on the Square Theatre Certificate (5 copies)

4273

1975

Chautauqua Festival, 1975, materials - Home Tour tickets; Talent Show applications; Chautauqua Festival Staff badge; Chautauqua Festival events checklist; Table card; Talent Show certificate; Schedule of events; Share Certificates; Vehicle Permit; Booth/exhibit application form.

3163

1975

Chautauqua Festival, Cron-Cheney Funeral Homes, Inc. 608 W. High St., Piqua & 322 W. Main St., Troy – hand fan

6630

c. 1975

Chautauqua Program – Fountain Park – signed by Lowell Thomas

881

c.1920

Chautauqua Program: Fountain Park, Piqua, Oh

3328

c. 1932

Chautauqua song books 1922 & 29

2519

1922, 1929

Chautauqua Songbooks

895

c.1920

Chautauqua Songs songbook – Piqua 3rd Savings

288

1929

Chautauqua Songs: Selected by C. M. Sims, Leader; booklet printed by Piqua Savings Bank

4149

1930

Chautauqua Songs-1929 and Chautauqua Songs-1930 – Song pamphlets containing words to popular songs selected by C. M. Sims, song leader for the Chautauqua events at Fountain Park pavilion.

8002

1929, 1930

Chew, James, A.- Papers- Wright State Archives

233

1950-1960’s

Chicago International Trade Fair - 1963

3350

1963

Chicago Surface Lines bus and trolley schedule and 1933 Chicago World's Fair brochure.

5127

1933

Chicago World's Fair materials - programs and magazines

2651

1933

Children’s Books

1159

c.1920

Childs, Rev. L. P., Troy, Ohio – post card addressed to Rev. Childs from George Weatherwat of Helmick, Ohio asking for Rev. Childs cure for catarrh – November 13, 1883

7445

1883

Christian Church (Church of Christ) Corner of Broadway & Greene - information, bulletins, etc.

4192

1901-1904

Christian Outreach Center Brochure

686

n.d.

Christmas – “Legends of Our Christmas Plants” – a booklet on the symbolism of Christmas flowers and plants associated with Christmas.  The booklet was distributed by Dr. L. P. Bailey, DVM

6552

n.d.

Christmas card contain the story, “One Solitary Life” and a sentiment at the end to Keep Christmas in its true meaning.

7906

n.d.

Christmas Felts by the Springcreek Hobby & Homemakers – 5 projects to make at home.

6814

n.d.

Christmas Gift List, advertising Christmas Club Accounts at Piqua National Bank and Trust Co.

7538

n.d.

Christmas greeting card - old - names: Harold Drake & Seretta Marr

2256

?

Christmas Materials - Christmas at the Farm Poster, Johnston Farm; sign-up sheet for the Library Christmas Party; and the Program for "Holidays with Puppets"

3151

1991

Christmas on the Green and Downtown Piqua Holiday Parade – Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7, 2013 – advertising card

6699

2013

Christmas on the Green Song Book – produced by the French Foundation, Daniel P. French, Susan French Muirhead, Alfred W. French III, Trustees and by MainStreet Piqua.  The 30 page booklet contains the words to familiar Christmas songs and carols.

8054

2018

Christmas On The Green song book – sponsored by the Alfred W. French Fund of the Piqua Community Foundation and Mainstreet Piqua, Inc.

6700

2013

Christmas on the Green, Downtown Piqua - Christmas Carol book - publication sponsored by the Alfred W. French Fund of the Piqua Community Foundation and by Mainstreet Piqua, Inc.

5121

n.d.

Christmas Parade 1958 – 13” x 19” copy of the photo of the 1958 Christmas Parade taken by Ron Manson – A framed copy of the colorized photo is now in the possession of the Piqua Public Library.

5643.7

2006

Chronology of Baseball in Piqua 1836-1926

2873

n.d.

Chronology of Bowling Alleys in Piqua 1899-1975

2872

n.d.

Chronology of Breweries in Piqua, 1835-1943

2877

n.d.

Chronology of Broom and Brush makers in Piqua, 1853-1932

2875

n.d.

Chronology of Dr. Godwin Volney Dorsey, 1812-1885

2880

n.d.

Chronology of Fire Stations in Piqua 1837-1980

2878

n.d.

Chronology of Johnston, Rachael, Colonial John, George C., Major Stephan

2871

n.d.

Chronology of Municipal Power Plant 1880-1979

2882

n.d.

Chronology of North Street School 1853-1982

2886

n.d.

Chronology of Pioneer Rural Electric Co-operative Co. 1923-1946

2884

n.d.

Chronology of Piqua Auto Agencies 1904-1980

2870

n.d.

Chronology of Piqua Buildings 1835-1933

2879

n.d.

Chronology of Piqua Edison Illuminating  Co. 1883-1923

2883

n.d.

Chronology of Piqua Nuclear Facility 1956-1968

2885

n.d.

Chronology of Plaza Hotel (northwest corner of the Public Square) 1813-1981

2881

n.d.

Chronology of Shawnee Tribe 1700-1870

2889

n.d.

Chronology of the Brewery Site on the east bank of the Great Miami River north of the East Ash Street Bridge, 1845-1977

2874

n.d.

Chronology of The Favorite Stove and Range Co. 1848-1958

2876

n.d.

Chronology of the local Militia in peacetime 1803-1919

2887

n.d.

Chronology of the Ohio National Guard 1919-1986

2888

n.d.

Chronology of Theaters in Piqua 1820-1980

2890

n.d.

Church bulletins: [1] Fletcher United Methodist Church Christmas Eve Service 1979 (2).  [2] United Church of Christ Laura, Ohio July 19, 1981

6837

1979 & 1981

Church Directory Piqua, Ohio 1953

3054

1953

CHURCH HISTORY – Piqua Area Churches #2  (.29) Church of the Brethren.  (.30) Saint John's Lutheran Church.  (.31) Piqua Church of Christ.  (.32) Seventh-Day Adventist Church.  (.33) Hope Chapel Baptist Church.  (.34) Liberty Christian Center.  (.35) Piqua United Pentecostal Church.  (.36) Crossroad Church of God.  (.37) Our Savior Lutheran Church.  (.38) Piqua Apostolic Church.

1937

 

CHURCH HISTORY – Piqua Area Churches (3 Boxes)  (.01) Church Listings.  (.02) History of Religion in Ohio and in Piqua - General.  (.03) Temple Anshe Emeth.  (.04) Bethel United Methodist Church.  (.05) Calvary Abaptist Church.  (.06) Church of Christ.  (.07) First Church of God.  (.08) Congregational Christian Church.  (.09) Cyrene A.M.E. Church. (.10) First United Church of Christ [First Evangelical and Reformed Church]. (.11) Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church.  (.12) Grace United Methodist Church [The Family of Grace].  (.13) Greene Street United Methodist Church.  (.14) The Lighthouse Pentecostal Church.  (.15) Piqua Assembly of God.  (.16) Park Avenue Baptist / Second Baptist Church.  (.17) Piqua Baptist Church.  (.18) Church of the Nazarene.  (.19) Salvation Army.  (.20) Saint Bonafice Catholic Church. (.21) Saint James Episcopal Church.  (.22) Saint Mary's Catholic Church.  (.23) Saint Paul's United Church of Christ.  (.24) Upper Valley Community Church.  (.25) Piqua Wesleyan Church.  (.26) Westminster United Presbyterian Church.  (.27) Church of Jesus.  (.28) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Morman). 

1937

 

Cigar workers photograph

2774

c. 1890

Cincinnati & Lake Erie Bus Company Schedule

278

1937

Cincinnati Corrugating Co. – letter, advertising

1102

1896

Cinemark Miami Valley Cinema 6 Show Schedule

816

Mar-00

Circus Tickets:  [1] Patterson's Trained Wild Animal Circus (2).  [2] Al G. Barnes Circus

5307

c. 1925

Citizen’s Historical Association

11

1940’s

Citizens Bank Auto Teller Addition - Pen & Ink drawing photo

3826

n/d

Citizens National Bank - Banker's Picnic at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Alfred L. Flesh - Orchard Road - 12 photos were retrieved from trash and donated to the Library by Mr. Dave Vollette.  The photos were taken by Raymond "Step" Lange.  Negatives for these photos can be found in MS-16, Box 18, File 120.

4623

1949

Citizens National Bank – four page article in the Piqua Daily Call, with pictures, of the newly remodeled Citizens National Bank Building on the corner of Main and Ash St.  The paper is dated Friday, June 23, 1950.

7878

1950

Citizens National Bank – interior photos (8)

1168

c.1950

Citizens National Bank - photos (4): [1-3] The interior of the new bank on the N.E. corner of Main & Ash Sts. [4] The temporary location of Citizens at 118 W. Ash St, used while new bank was being built.

3785

n/d

Citizens National Bank – Remodeled and Grand Opening of the remodeled bank – 7 – 8x10 black/white prints  - c. 1950

7877

1950

Citizens National Bank & Trust Co., Piqua, Ohio, Personal Loan Department – Canasta and Bridge scoring pad

6626

c. 1970

Citizens National Bank & Trust Company of Piqua, Ohio – Canasta Score Pad

6627

c. 1970

Citizens National Bank & Trust Company, Piqua, Ohio – Personal Telephone Directory – with advertising for other businesses and calendars in the back for 1951 and 1952.  Handed out as advertising to customers of the Personal Loan Department.

7646

1950

Citizens National Bank & Trust Souvenir address book

2567

1962

Citizens National Bank & Trust-Statements of Condition

239

1930-1956

Citizens National Bank and Trust Company sponsored the publication of The Trial of Freedom by Hardy E. Wright.  The booklet compares Freedom as practiced in the United States and in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).

6813

1962

Citizens National Bank Building – Main & Ash – photo

751

c.1960

Citizens National Bank check written to Lloyd’s Bank Ltd., London, England by American Womenb’s Club for One Pound-One Shelling.  The check is signed by Arthur L. Redman, Asst. Cashier and dated January 26, 1924

7874

1924

Citizens National Bank Money Bag

1166

n.d.

Citizens National Bank Staff Picnic, A.L. Flesh Home

1863

c.1950

Citizens National Bank, Covington and Pleasant Hill, Ohio advertising – a replica of a $1000 bank note from The Bank of the United States, dated Dec. 15, 1840 – The date on the advertising on the back is 1970

6211

1970

Citizens National Bank, Fletcher Branch – photos (7)

1154

1963

Citizens National Bank, Main & Ash, Corner of:

1283

c.1950

Citizens National Bank, Piqua, Ohio, Account Book – The book contains alphabetical lists of the names of individuals whose last names begin with the letters “A” through “G”.  The person who created the book is not identified, nor is the purpose of the listed names.

7881

n.d.

Citizens National Bank: [1] 1 October 1906 - formal listing of checks to be cleared. [2] Computer Room Equipment List - NCR 315-100 Processor.  This was the first computer installed at Citizens.  [3] Code sheets necessary to operate the NCR 315-100.  [4] Coding Worksheets - these had to be filled out before the operator could key in the proper codes to the computer.  [5] Inventory sheet of the equipment for the NCR Century 200 computer system installed at Citizens in 1974.  [6] Code sheets for the NCR Century 200. [7] Inventory sheet of the equipment for the NCR Criterion Computer System installed 1 December 1976.  [8] Inventory sheets for the NCR Criterion Computer System up-grade installed 27 August 1983.

3527

various

City Band - photos (2) - members names on the back.

3856

c.1915

City Charter Books

2429

1980

City Federation of Women's Club-bank books-1929-1971

3211

1929-1971

City Federation of Women's Clubs - blank stationery

3540

N.D.

City Federation of Women's Clubs (The) presents the Opera "The Lost Princess Bo-Peep" - February 23 & 24, no year - program

2475

c. 1910

City Federation of Women's Clubs stamp

3300

n.d.

City Hotel (Piqua) envelope

1717

n.d.

City Hotel, N. E. corner Main & Water Sts. - photos (12): [1-6] Exterior, [7-12]  Interior

3788

c.1970's

City Loan & Savings Co., 223 ½  N. Main, Piqua – orange heavy paper envelope 4 ½” x 3” with flap to hold a Certificate of Title or a Memorandum Certificate for an automobile – c. 1940

7207

c. 1940

City Machine Co. (Edward V, Leo W and Norbert F Schnippel), manufacturers of Emory Wheel
Dsressers and Small Screw Machine Parts, Machine Shop and Welding, 531 W. Water St. – 2, 8x10 b/w/ negatives masked to prepare for printing. The negatives are of “Props-It” clothes line props.  Date 27 May 1946

6349

1946

City Machine Co. (see above for information) – 1, 8x10 b/w negative and 3, 8x5 b/w negatives of a tool-grinder dresser called the “Yellow Head Emery Dresser Mfg. by City Machine Co., Piqua, Ohio”.  The 8x10 and two of the 8x5 negatives are of the completed dresser.  One of the 8x5 negatives shows three of the grinder wheels.  Date 17 December 1945

6350

1945

City of Piqua - Examination Report by examiners James B. Violet & Robert O. Holman, 1962-1963

2353

1962-1963

City of Piqua 1988 Annual Report printed in the form of a calendar extending from March 1989 to February 1990 with departmental reports featured above each month.

7621

1989

City of Piqua 2000 Annual Report printed in the form a calendar extending from May 2001 to April 2002 with departmental reports featured above each month.

7622

2001

City of Piqua 2000 Facility & Program Guide, courtesy of Piqua Parks & Recreation Dept.

5927

2000

City of Piqua Capital Improvement Plan 2008-17

5984

2008

City of Piqua Committee on Community Diversity – Agendas and Minutes of meetings from May 8, 2012 – February 11, 2014.  At the February 11, 2014 meeting the committee agreed to become an Ad Hoc committee and suspend regular meetings.  The committee will be subject to the call of the City Manager should a specific need arise.

6720

2012-2014

City of Piqua Committee on Community Diversity – Notes, working papers and other documents from the files of Gary Meek, committee member from May 2012 to February 2014.

6721

2012-2014

City of Piqua Downtown District Design Review Board Annual Report – August 2003

5937

2003

City of Piqua Engineering Department – 2 pages – High Street, Sunset to Steel Ave., reconstruction design – 1981

5522

1981

City of Piqua hot cup plate - dedication of new city building - 4 November 2001

4908

2001

City of Piqua miscellaneous drawings from the office of the City Engineer including water main extensions, concrete valve pit, railroads running into Root Lumber and Coal Co., Orr Felt and Blanket Company property and city parking lot on Clark Ave.  Drawings generally dated 1950-51.

5660

1950-51

City of Piqua Municipal Government Complex Ground Clearing Ceremony, Up From the Ashes (Part II), Monday June 5, 2000 – program cover.

7624

2000

City of Piqua Parks & Recreation Department 2002 Facility and Program Guide

5933

2002

City of Piqua Power System aerial photograph map of the power grid in the area of Upper and Lower Mote Park and surrounding structures from Summit Street on the south, to Gordon Street on the west, to South Street on the north and Fisk and Weber Streets on the east.  The map is dated July 5, 2011.  This file is located in Drawer 3 of the Map Case.

8127

2011

City of Piqua Power System aerial photograph map of the power grid in the area of Lower and Upper Fountain Park and surrounding streets from Echo Lake Drive on the south, to Madison Avenue on the East, to above Cherry Street on the north and Fountain Boulevard on the west.  The map is dated August 19, 2010.  There are five copies of this map and they are located in a folder in Drawer 3 of the Map Case.

8128

2010

City of Piqua, Ohio Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended December 31, 2000 – published in 2001

6683

2001

City of Piqua, Ohio Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended December 31, 2002

6755

2003

City of Piqua, Ohio Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended December 31, 2003

6756

2004

City of Piqua, Ohio Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended December 31, 2004

6757

2005

City of Piqua, Ohio Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended December 31, 2005

6758

2006

City of Piqua, Ohio Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ended December 31, 2006

6759

2007

Civic Band - Photo - Bob Hance conducting the Piqua Civic Band in Concert at Fountain Park Pavilion.

3884

c.1980

Civic Hall of Fame 2002 Induction Ceremony photographs. Those inducted were:  Dr. Goodwin Volney Dorsey; Rachael Robinson Johnston and Darrell Taylor.  James C. Oda was the Master of Ceremonies.  Receiving the plaque for Dr. Dorsey was Dr. John Gallager.  Receiving the plaque for Mrs. Johnston was Mr. Andy Hite of the Johnston Farm and Indian Agency.  One of his children received the plaque for Mr. Taylor.  NOTE:  The date printed on each of the photos is inaccurate.  The negatives are included.

8090

2002

Civil Air Patrol, Piqua - newspaper articles 1987-1988

2750

1987-1988

Civil Defense armband

1343

c.1940

Civil Defense Decal

1603

1940

Civil Defense Lists – Piqua

1022

1942

Civil Rights Act of 1963 debate in the U.S. Senate as reported in the Congressional Record, June 8, 1964 beginning on page 12489 and continuing.  The debate began with the introduction of a motion for cloture and included a large number of amendments to the bill.  The bill as finally adopted became the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  This copy sent to Mr. George Schneider, 315 Roosevelt, Piqua, by Congressman William M. McCulloch.

8115

1964

Civil War - 101 Civil War Battles, a cardboard slide listing the battle, the date, the Union and Confederate commanders, the number of casualties on both sides, and the victor in the battle.  Produced by Slide-A-Fact, Warminster, PA.

3382

1961

Civil War - A Concise History of the Civil War.  Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army.  Harrisburg, PA: The Stackpole Co., 1961

3386

1961

Civil War - A Concise History of the War, by Lt. Col. John S. Bishop.  Indianapolis, Ind.: Charles O. Perrine, Publisher.  A month by month record of the events of the War beginning 17 December 1860 and ending 27 February 1865.

3365

1865

Civil War - Cartoon of the capture of Jefferson Davis by Union forces - Davis is shown trying to escape wearing a woman's dress.

4003

1865

Civil War - Centennial Edition, The Battle of Gettysburg: A Guided Tour, by Gen. Edward J. Stackpole and Col. Wilbur S. Nye.  Harrisburg, PA: The Stackpole Co., 1960

3385

1960

Civil War - Confederate States of America bearer bonds - [1] $1000 bearer bond issued 20 February 1863 at 8% interest for five years, #1710.  [2] $1000 bearer bond issued 1 April 1863 at 6% interest for thirty years, #8708.

4002

1863

Civil War – formal roster of Company K, 12th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Cavalry

5629

c. 1865

Civil War – pen and ink drawing of the Battle of Stone River or Murfreesboro, 31 December 1862

5630

1862

Civil War - Petersburg Battlefields by Richard Wayne Lykes.  Washington, D.C.: National Park Service Historical Handbook Series No. 13, 1955

3387

1955

Civil War - Photographs of 10 Confederate Generals

3378

n.d.

Civil War - Selected Civil War State Historical Markers: Virginia, Virginia Civil War Commission

3379

n.d.

Civil War - Service Record in a formal certificate for 1st Lieutenant Frank Dinwiddie, Company H, 94th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  Listing his entry date and location, his promotions, the units in which he served and the actions in which he was involved.

4657

1893

Civil War - Service record in a formal certificate for Principal Musician Lucius C. Cron, Company A, 110th Ohio Volunteer Infantry listing his entry date and location, his promotions, the units in which he served, and the actions in which he was involved.

4658

1889

Civil War - Soldiers Record, "Miami County Rouzers", Company E, 44th Ohio Volunteer Regiment.  The company was raised and led by Capt. Daniel M. Rouzer.  All company personnel and regimental officers are listed - document is dated c. 1865

4653

1865

Civil War - The Civil War by James L. Robertson, Jr.  Washington, D.C.: U.S. Civil War Centennial Commission, 1963

3388

1963

Civil War - The Civil War Soldier by G.V. Rolph and Noel Clark. Washington D.C.: Historical Impressions Co., 1961

3380

1961

Civil War - Uniforms of the Civil War - Confederate Uniforms - 10 photographs

3377

n.d.

Civil War - Uniforms of the Confederacy, a collection of seven drawings by Frederic Ray and Leroy Smith

3383

c. 1961

Civil War - Uniforms of the Union, a collection of seven drawings by Frederick Ray and Leroy Smith

3381

1960

Civil War Centennial Pamphlets: [1] Lexington, VA, [2] Shenandoah Valley Circle Tour, [3] Virginia Civil War Centennial 1961-1965, [4] Sayler's Creek Battlefield Park, [5] Civil War Centennial in Petersburg, [6] Petersburg National Military Park Virginia, [7] Robert E. Lee, Alexandria, VA

3384

c. 1961

Civil War Confederate States of America currency - [1] $ 20 bill #12107  [2] $20 bill #23154  [3] $5 bill #2531  [4] $5 bill #13275

4001

1861-1863

Civil War Discharge Certificate, David Foster, Company H, 1st Regiment of Light Artillery Ohio Volunteers - 14 June 1865

2078

1865

Civil War Discharges (2)

88

1864-1865

Civil War Discharges-Xeroxed notebook, various Ohio Units

267

1864

Civil War Letters – Author/Unit unknown – 12 sheets in mylar

1187

c.1860

Civil War letters (5) written to Mrs. John Marietta from her sons George and William both serving in the 11th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry:

Letter #1 – Raleigh Court House, Virginia (later West Virginia); July 13, 1862; George A. Marietta to his mother Mrs. John Marietta, Piqua, Ohio

Letter #2 – Sommerville, Virginia; January 4, 1863; W. A. Marietta [Bill, William] to his mother Mrs. John Marietta, Piqua, Ohio

Letter #3 – Chattanooga, Tennessee; November 26, 1963 (The day after the Battle of Mission Ridge, TN); George A. Marietta to his mother Mrs. John Marietta, Piqua, Ohio

Letter #4 – Chattanooga, Tennessee; December 12, 1863; George A. Marietta to his mother Mrs. John Marietta, Piqua, Ohio

Letter #5 – Chattanooga, Tennessee; January 6, 1864; G. A. (George) Marietta to mother (Mrs. John Marietta)

Also two envelopes and a Christmas Card sent by George to the Family

6775

1862-1864

Civil War Soldier, Photo, C.H. Butterfield – 91st Indiana Infantry

919

c.1865

Civil War Soldiers from Piqua, Ohio at the Battle of Shiloh (April 6-7, 1862) by Terry D. Wright, 1994

4755

1994

Clarence H. Ford – election campaign card urging people to vote for Mr. Ford for Washington Township Trustee in the November 6, 1973 election.

7632

1973

Clarendon Hotel – printing sample

1090

c.1900

Clark & Roosevelt Street

736

c.1940

Clark Avenue Extension Plat Map including the area south of Clark Avenue between South Downing and South Main Streets to the south corporation line.  This includes Outlots 94 and 95.

5614

n.d.

Clark, Edgar

585

n.d.

Clark, Edgar Collection

87

1882-c.1930’s

Clark, J. Harry - H. Clark & Son stone quarry - photograph by  J.M. Lloyd, Piqua, O.

4460

c. 1890

Clark, Jerry - Superintendent of Piqua City Schools - 3 photos: (1) Clark mug (2) Clark Family [ Clark, wife, 2 sons] (3) Clark and Board Member (President?) Cornelia Tinkler

4255

n.d.

Clark, Rebecca Jane - Funeral notice 10 July 1874

3688

1874

Clark/Johnston land bill of sale

1379

1818

Class of 1945 - Piqua Central High School Class of 1945 class list showing members deceased and members still alive and the addresses of those still alive.  The list is dated 6 March 2010.

5205

2010

Classic Performances program – April 23, 24, 25,  1999

5481

1999

Classic Performances program – April 25, 26, 27, 1997

5480

1997

Classic Performances program – April 27, 28, 2001

5482

2001

Classified Business and Professional Directory P.R. Johnson, Compiler

1864

1899

Clemens, Mrs. Viola - copies of a collection of documents from the estate of Mrs. Viola Clemens including newspaper clippings, college records for Wanda Clemens (daughter) from Capital University, and insurance premium books.  The originals of these documents are in the possession of Mrs. Jean Franz.  (13 pages)

4309

1939-1947 & 1976

Clemens, Viola

4373

1980

Clemons, Craig:  football card

3304

1976

Cleveland - Grover Cleveland and Adlai E. Stevenson - announcement of the Inaugural Ball and Reception - March 4, 1893 listing the Officers general Committee and the Executive Committee.

4770

1893

Cleveland Street - 417 Cleveland – photo

941

c.1980

Cline, Sidney – Births and Marriages [including deaths] pages from the Cline Family Bible

6161

1872-1901

Cline, Sidney B. – Official documents relating to the service of Sidney B. Cline in the United States Navy from June 1863 to April 1866 (10 pages)

6158

1863-1866

Cline, Sidney B. marriage certificates – Sidney B. Cline married to Anna (Ammie) Teresa Fredericks in New York City, March 22, 1872.  (2 different certificates)

6160

1872

Cloth books:  [1] Cloth book – Buster Brown and the Donkey, Akron, Ohio: The Saalfield Publishing Co. [Saalfield’s Muslin Books], 1907.  [2] Linen A.B.C Book: First Steps, New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1899.  [3] Cloth book – Pets and Playmates, Akron, Ohio: The Saalfield Publishing Co. [Saalfield’s Muslin Books], 1909.  [4] Cloth book – Nursery A B C, Akron, Ohio: The Saalfield Publishing Co. [Saalfield’s Muslin Books], 1909.

6423

1899, 1907, 1909

Clouse, C.E. – advertising, estimate, bid, and purchase materials for the purchase of a new boiler and heating system for the Clouse home at Rural Route 2, Box 66, Covington, Ohio.  The companies involved were Sears, Roebuck & Co. and Montgomery Ward Co. with Sears winning the business.  The dates in the letters and bids is in the summer of 1934

6204

1934

Clouse, C.E. – deed, Abstract of Title and a survey map relating to the Clouse farm being part of Sections 4 & 5, Town 8, Range 5 and part of Section 33, Town 9, Range 5 E.  The deed as a result of a Sheriff’s Sale is dated 19 August 1858 and recorded 14 June 1859.  The Abstract of Title is dated 1 February 1889.  The Survey Map is dated 18 & 25 August 1934.

6205

1858, 1889, 1934

Clouse, Charles E. – administrator of the Estate of Emma Alice Smith – Invoice showing paid from J. C. Cron Funeral Director for the funeral of Mrs. Smith.  Receipt from Forest Hill Cemetery for a burial.  Both documents are dated May 1933.

6209

1933

Clouse, Charles E. – Invoice from the Sherer- Bell Company, Piqua, Ohio for the purchase of a New 1956 Chevrolet Station Wagon on May 4, 1956.

6207

1956

Clouse, Charles Junior - Covington High School program for Senior Class Play, “A Credit To The Family” performed 16 May 1947.  Junior Clouse was the father.

6208

1947

Clouse, Charles Junior – U.S. Air Force materials relating to the service of Charles Junior Clouse.  Also a letter from Mr. Carl B. Felger of the law firm Berry, McCulloch, Felger & Fite, addressed “To Whom It May Concern” and mailed to SSgt. Charles J. Clouse at Smoky Hill A.F.B., Salina, Kansas stating the declining health of C.E. Clouse (father) and the need to have Charles Junior Clouse at home to continue the farming.

6206

1954

Clouse, Elva – professional photograph of Elva Clouse – oval mounted on a board – she is a part of the Hopkins family.  Written on the back of the photo: “Elva Clouse (Nannie’s Daughter)

7753

c.1910

Coaster-dedication Piqua Municipal Government Complex

1435

Nov. 2001

Coca Cola Ruler

1910

n.d.

Coca-Cola Bottling Plant, Piqua, OH – check

280

1945

Coca-Cola, Piqua Coca-Cola Bottling Works blank refund slip - used by delivery drivers to account for empty bottles picked up from stores and the refund owed.

3105

n.d.

Coins of the World: currency and bank notes from various countries

4841

N.D.

Coins: Emergency Coins of Germany -1914-23

4872

1970

Colbert, Isaac - book - The Life of Gen. Francis Marion, 1831 - notation on the fly leaf that Isaac Colbert purchased the book on 18 June 1836 for 75 cents.

3267

1836

Coleman, Warren, M.D. - letter to Dr. W. [Warren] Coleman, M.D., Secretary of Miami County Medical Society from Frank Winders, M.D., Secretary of the Ohio State Board of Medical Registration and Examination.  The letter asks Dr. Coleman to remind his members of the need to report deaths and removals from the county to the Probate Judge who will then report to the state.

5116

1898

College Grade and Record Book - 29 August, 1867 - 23 June, 1870 - location of college not identified

2328

1867-1870

College Grade and Record Book - 29 August, 1870 - summer, 1873 - location of college not identified

2329

1870-1873

College Street Overpass

467

n.d.

College Street, 209 – party invitation

694

1903

College Street/High Street -5 pictures incl. Melcher-Sowers Funeral Home (646 W. High St.)

4835

1991

Collins Family photographs

7314

1900-1950s

Colonial Williamsburg - Wigmaker & Miller of the 18th century - accounts of their craft

2754

1965

Colored Men’s Cooperative Trade Association of Piqua articles of Incorporation (copy)

1313

1868

Columbian Club - Sarah Wenrick's and Lillian Stacy's presentation of the first program of the centennial year - 1992.

3238

1992

Columbian Club Constitutions: 1905, 1925, 1938, 1947, 1957, 1962, 1971

3068

various

Columbian Club Program

1496

1981

Columbian Club Program and Roster (1)-2004-2005 and (2)-2005-2006

3514

2004-05

Columbian Club program booklets: #1. 1907-1908; #2. 1908-1909; #3. 1909-1910; #4. 1910-1911; #5. 1911-1912.

4765

1907 - 1912

Columbian Club programs 2012-2013 and 2013-2014

6941

2012 & 2013

Columbian Club Programs: 1905-06; 1906-07; 1908-09; 1915-16; 1921-22; 1923-24; 1924-25; 1925-26; 1926-27; 1927-28.

3069

1905-1928

Columbian Club Programs: 1931-32, 1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37, 1937-38, 1938-39

3070

1931-1939

Columbian Club Programs: 1941-42, 50th Anniversary 6 May 1942, 1942-43, 1943-44, 1944-45, 1945-46, 1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50

3071

1941-1950

Columbian Club Programs: 1950-51, 1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-1960.

3072

1950-1960

Columbian Club Programs: 1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 79th Anniversary Program, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70

3073

1960-1970

Columbian Club Programs: 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75, 19758-76, 1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80.

3074

1970-1980

Columbian Club Programs: 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1 piece Columbian Club stationery

3075

1980-1989

Columbian Club, Piqua, Ohio Season Program 1896-1897

6048

1896

Columbian Club, Piqua, Ohio Season Program 1908-1909.  The topic for the season was “Germany – From the Wars for Independence to the present day.”

6049

1908

Columbus State Chorus Program

1897

2004

Columbus, Piqua and Indiana Railroad: company stock certificate-$2,000,000

4575

4-May-02

Comfort Palmistry Club - palm reading scrapbook and pages from "Comfort," a palmistry newspaper

2326

c. 1895

Commercial and Industrial Development of Piqua, An Analysis

2577

1980

Common Schools Diploma issued to Clarence E. Maxwell as a result of having successfully passed the examinations set forth by the State Commission for Common Schools – dated 7 June 1902

6605

1902

Communicable Diseases record book - Piqua Health Department - 1 January 1931 - 31 December 1959

5240

1931-1959

Community Celebration Day for Piqua Catholic School – Saturday 15 January 2011 – A rally to get people to vote for Piqua Catholic School in the $50,000 Pepsi Challenge grant so Piqua Catholic School can purchase a new gym floor. (2 copies of the program.

5495

2011

Community Chest (United Fund) - cartoon by Bob Rich

4359

N.D.

Company (The), Piqua High School Show Choir in concert, May 12, 1988

5088

1988

Conarroe family genealogical records: Descendants of Isaac Conarroe II – born 1675 in England – married Sarah Darling, daughter of Thomas Darling & Elizabeth Andrews.  Alden Stubbs – born 1845 married Mary S. Conarroe in 1868.  Also Joel Ellis Conarroe married Elizabeth Stubbs (born 1863) daughter of Levi Stubbs (see SC-7049 Stubbs Genealogy.  Other surnames in these records are: Cooper, Mendenhall, Cox / Cocks, Greaser and Randall.

7050

Various

Concord Elementary School, 75th Anniversary – 1995, Troy, Ohio – photograph

7761

1995

Concord Twp., Miami Co., School District #6

613

n.d.

Congregational Christian UCC – “Welcome!” brochure probably given to guests or people looking for a church.

7269

n.d.

Congregational Christian UCC – April 2004 newsletter mailed to members and friends.

7262

2004

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ – “IGA 1967 Boys Contest Winner” notebook containing the bank deposit records of the Couples (Sunday School) Class of the Congregational Christian UCC from 1988-1992.

7260

1988-1992

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ – copies of 23 sermons preached at the church during the last year of it’s existence.

8053

c. 2015

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ [1] Wedding booklet stating guidelines and fees for having a wedding at the church,  [2] Church membership list.

6836

1977 & 1985

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ “DELMO Trip and Work” missions trip to the Mississippi River Delta of Missouri.  Program and inspiration book for the trip which occurred June 7-13, 1964.  Two copies.

6830

1964

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ bulletins from 1964, 1965, 1978 and 1979 (5)

6831

1964-1979

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ bulletins from 1980 and 1981 (15)

6832

1980-81

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ bulletins from 1982 (12)

6833

1982

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ bulletins from 2003 (3) and miscellaneous church newsletters, mailings and other documents

6834

various

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ Mother and Daughter Banquet and Youth Banquet programs (5)

6835

Various

Congregational Christian United Church of Christ -Women's Fellowship, Lantern and J.O.Y. Circle, 2004-2005

4538

2004-05

Congress and You by Donald C. Bacon, published by AAUW

4143

1969

Conner, J. William - diploma from University of North Carolina, Bachelor of Science in Commerce - 1937

4227

1937

Conover, Alexander G. – cabinet photograph –

2 ½” x 4 1/8” – photo by S.P. Tresize, Dayton, O.  Included in the folder is a brief biography of A.G. Conover from the Encyclopedia of Piqua, Ohio page 140.

6820

c. 1875

Conover's Opera House:  Entertainment Circulars & Advertisements

201

1860-1880’s

Conroy House in Piqua on the southeast corner of Spring St. and Greene St. – c. 1890

6569

c. 1890

Constitution - "This Constitution" A Bicentennial Chronicle, Spring/Summer 1988

2710

1988

Construction Photographs - photographs of construction projects by a company specializing in steel buildings.  The photographs are 8x10 black/white by professional photographers: [A] Ashtabula, Ohio - Sodium Expansion New Cell Building - Photos by Richard E. Stoner, Photographer, 4539 Main Ave., Ashtabula, OH - 7 photos.  [B] Research Division Cincinnati, OH - 4 photos.  [C] National Petro-Chemicals Corp., Houston, TX - Photos by Andre Photographers, Pasadena, TX - 6 photos.  [D] Memphis Cooperage, Memphis, TN - photos taken by E.H. Jaffe, Photographer, Memphis, TN - 6 photos.  [E] Old Crow Distillery, Frankfort, Kentucky  [F]  U.S.I. - industrial chemicals manufacturing plant - Tuscola, IL - Photos taken by Pettit Photo Service, Tuscola, IL - 11 photos.

3517

various

Contact prints of photos of Piqua Fire Chiefs including: Peter J. Caulfield, Arthur Russell, Louie Mikolajewski, George Effinger, and Gilbert Grove.

2851

n.d.

Contagious Diseases, City Health Records, 1915 - 1922

2246

1915-22

Controllers Institute of America, Dayton Control Directory 1952-1953 – Edgar I. Gerhard, Controller for Meteor Motor Car Co., Piqua, Ohio, is listed in this book and as a past president of this organization in 1948-1949;

7717

1952

Cook Book – 1953 Cook Book Compiled by Women’s Guildl of St. Paul’s Church, Piqua, Ohio

7656

1953

Cooking Club (The) – A Monthly Publication Devoted to Household Economics, Foods, Cooking, Serving, Decorations, Etc. – May 1899

5944

1899

Cooking the Watkins Way, Watkins Products, Inc. Winona, Minnesota - The local distributor of Watkins Products was George Montgomery, 419 Y. St., Piqua.  He sold Watkins Products out of his home and at fairs and flea markets.  Watkins products included spices, soup bases, liniments, farm feed supplements, fertilizers, fly sprays, etc.

5326

c. 1985

Cooper family photographs: [1] John A. Cooper with his sister Joan A. Livesay – 1946; [2] John A. Cooper – age 1 ½ years, 1927; [3] John A. Cooper with his father, Corey Cooper – c. 1935; [4] John A. Cooper – age 1 ½ years, standing next to a car looking at a cat on the running board – February 1927; [5] Cooper Corner – gas station and family home, corner of Looney Rd. – May 2, 1933; [6] John A. Cooper with grandfather Winkler – c. 1927; [7] Edna Katherine Winkler, aunt of John A. Cooper – cabinet photo by Finnell Photographer, Piqua – c. 1900; [8] Family photo of the William & Mary Cooper family, grandparents of John A. Cooper, parents of Corey Cooper – c. 1900

7735

Various

Cooper, John A. – Memorial service bulletin for John A. Cooper at the Fairway Christian Church, The Villages, Florida, January 5, 2017

7734

2017

Copy of a “Sale of Land” document by which W.B. Garbry and wife sole 0.848 acres of Town 1, Range 11, Section 12, Springcreek Township to Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company – Sale dated September 10, 1906

7669

1906

Copy of a photograph of Ed L. Keen and Carrie May Colvin Keen dressed as Jack and Jill.  The photo was probably taken while they were in college c. 1900.  Ed Keen later became a foreign correspondent and one of the founders of United Press International.

5643.3

c. 1900

Correspondent Show Printing House photograph

1578

1880

Correspondent Show Printing House, ad. Samples, 114-122 E. High St.

1106

c.1900

Cosmopolitan Club members - photo - Plaza Hotel banquet, members names are listed on the back of photo.

3839

c.1915

Cottage Bakery, 520-530 S. Main ST. – parade photo

861

c.1900

Cottage Baking Co- fan with radio schedule on back (2)

3302

c. 1930

Cottage Baking Co.-photographs

2003

n.d.

Couchois, Richard "Dick" - Piqua High School Choir Director 1971-2001 - photo taken in 1978.

4454

1978

Country Comfort Club – ladies club – a 6 ½” x 38” panoramic photograph of the ladies taken by Huntzinger.  The ladies are standing in front of  a house at 5140 Washington Road, south of Piqua.  The date on the photo is September 16, 1926 – The eighth person from the left is Edith Schulz Holfinger; the eleventh person from the left is Carrie Schulz.  A copy of the photograph is in this folder.  The original photograph is in drawer #14 of the map case in the Local History Reading Room.

6787

1926

Coupon in the shape of a $1.00 bill – on the front is United NRA Boosters, a drawing of FDR with the NRA Eagle on either side and on the bottom the words “Come On Everybody.”  On the back of the coupon  in the middle is “The Blattner Co., Family Credit Clothiers, House Furnishing and Radios, 208 No. Main St., Piqua, Ohio, This Note is Good for $1.00 on a $20.00 purchase.” – 1933

7627

1933

Courthouse & Powerhouse Restoration Miami County, Ohio for the Office of Commissioners of Miami County: Feasibility Study

3508

1976

Covault – [1] Chester Covault – 4th grade report card, Brown Township Schools 1914-1915.  [2] Chester Covault – 5th grade report card, Lena-Conover Schools 1915-1916.  [3 & 4] Arthur N. Covault – draft notice of classification cards 29 January 1918.  [5] Miss Bertha Covault – Hamilton Watch pocket notebook distributed by W. O. Amann, Jeweler, Sideny, Ohio.

5785

1914-1918

Covault – genealogical pages from the family Bible of William and Winona Covault including marriages, births and deaths.  These are copies, for the actual Bible see BOX 404 in the artifact archives.

5786

1890-1987

Covault, Coral - [1] Student's Exercise Tablet - contains school work in Rhetoric, Geometry, and Latin.  [2] Letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture requesting 17 bulletins.  The letter is dated 9 October 1912 and is written from Rosewood, Ohio. [3] Application form for the Cincinnati College of Embalming - e week course for $50.00.  [4] Park's Floral Magazine, October 1917

3465

c. 1912 & 1917

Cove Theatre, Covington, Ohio – monthly movie calendars for March, April, May 1943 showing the movies to be exhibited during the month.

7251

1943

Covered Bridge and Interurban bridge on the National Road at Hiser's Station

4632

c. 1910

Covered bridge at Lockington

6694

n.d.

Covered Bridge Miami River – photo

709

1978

Covered Bridge photograph - location unknown

2092

?

Covered Bridge Photos - Farrington Bridge: [1] 19 April 1913 - center of bridge propped up because pier was weakened by the flood.  [2] photo showing props under center of bridge. [3 & 4] workmen attempted to raise the bridge, over-balanced it and the span collapsed.  [5] Loy Rd Covered Bridge - new bridge is in the background.

3736

1913

Covered Bridges of Miami County (The) - a brochure compiled by Douglas L. Christian, Miami County Engineer and used to complement a presentation by Mr. Christian on Covered Bridge Construction in Miami County. [2 copies]

5180

2009

Covington - Historical Highlights of the Village of Covington, Ohio with 1953 Business Directory

3191

1953

Covington Ave. - 905 Covington Ave. - photo

2178

c.1980

Covington Ave. - 913 Covington Ave. - photo

2177

c.1980

Covington Ave., 905

522

1980

Covington Avenue – aerial of – before Sunset constructed – photo

718

c.1950

Covington Elementary School 1959-60 Third Grade class composite picture

5772

1959

Covington High School – class photo

1229

1904

Covington High School “Buccaneer”

826

1953

Covington High School “Buccaneer”

828

1956

Covington High School Commencement Invitation

1228

1907

Covington Precinct Map

3235

1956

Covington Tribune Gazette Flood Edition

1746

27-Mar-30

Covington, OH – Telephone Directory

321

Oct. 1960

Covington, Ohio - Celebrating 150 years, a special section of the Piqua Daily Call

2714

1985

Covington, Ohio-Main St.-photo

2216

1974

Covington, Ohio-photos-Armory & Police Station

2217

1974

Cox, Gov. James M. Ohio Booster Train memorabilia

1120

1920

Crampton, Richard – Sunday School Attendance Record for Richard Crampton inside a book entitled The Gist of the Lesson: A Concxise Exposition of the International Sunday School Lessons for the Year 1922 by R.A. Torrey.

7179

1922

Crane Studio (Piqua) order envelope

809

n.d.

Crane Studio photographic print envelope – c. 1935

7378

c. 1935

Crawford family of Staunton, Virginia – letters and financial claims from 1846 to 1865.

7597

1846-1865

Crazy Albert

558

n.d.

Creager, Opha / Ridenour, Floyd / Ridenour, Lloyd / Worley, Chalmer - Jug Band photograph

2090

1937

Creative Extruded Products – plans and specifications for remodeling the building at 9299 N. County Rd. 25A.  Designs are by J. Joseph Wagner Associates Architects, Troy.  Date on the drawings is 9 September 1981

5575

1981

Crime Stoppers International Program Directory – 2001; [2] Blank Piqua Crime Stoppers Call Log Sheets, 2001; [3] Crime Stoppers Questionnaire;  [4] By-Laws of Piqua Crime Stoppers, Inc.; [5] Note sheets to a Crime Stoppers powerpoint slide presentation – Piqua Crime Stoppers was a cooperative venture between the Piqua Chamber of Commerce and the Piqua Police Department.

7470

2001

Cromer, Clara - photo

3675

c. 1890

Cron – Catalogue of The L.C. & W.L. Cron Co., Manufacturers of Elm, Maple, Oak and Birch Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads and Bureaus.  Dressers and Washstands Finished in White Enamel to go with Iron and Brass Bedsteads.  Piqua, Ohio, U.S.A. 1898

6042

1898

Cron & Heckman’s Grocery coupons

886

1913

Cron Co. Baseball Team - photo - 1923 Champions

3861

1923

Cron Company: Industrial League Champions – Photo

657

1922

Cron Family pictures

1921

 

Cron Funeral Home, 608 W. High St., Piqua & 322 W. Main St., Troy – hand fan

7265

n.d.

Cron Kills Co. Water and Sewer Service Location sheet – E. Building on First Street.

5757

c. 1930

Cron Kills Company – photographs of the employees of the Cron Kills Furniture Company in the years 1911, 1926 and 1928 – 5 photographs

5711

1911, 1926, 1928

Cron Kills Company (?) workers photograph c. 1910.  The photo was preserved by Edgar “Red” Byers as part of his collection.  Edgar Byers worked at Cron Kills in 1910

5776

1910

Cron Scrapbook - Photographs and Family Documents 1879-1980s

2248

1879-1980

Cron Scrapbook #2, Photographs - 1920s

2249

1920s

Cron, J. C. & Sons Funeral Home – fan

305

n.d.

Cron, J.C. & Sons advertising calendars

909

1938, 1939, 1940

Cron, Kills & Co. – Ad card

977

c.1900

Cron, L.C. & W.L. Furniture Co. – envelope & card

1063

c.1890

Cron, Lt. W. L. – Letter from Lt. William L. Cron, Company A, 110th O.V.I. dated January 23, 1863 written from Winchester, Virginia, to Peter Maxwell of Miami County, Springcreek Township and mailed to the post office at Piqua.  The letter has been transcribed and the transcription is included in the file.

6610

1863

Cron, Lucius C. house, 1220 Park Ave. – a 4” x 5” glass plate negative c. 1900

6841

c. 1900

Croner - Harry E. Croner - Certificate of Appointment as Postmaster of Piqua, Ohio - signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt - 13 June 1943

4649

1943

Croner, H.E. – Second War Loan Drive Certificate for:

824

1940’s

Croner, Harry – various Piqua Building Permits

730

1914

Cron-Kills co - writing desk photo

3761

n/d

Cron-Kills Fire – Shawnee – Photo

636

c.1920

Cron-Kills General Wage and Contract Agreement

618

1947-1949

Cron-L.C. & W.L. Cron Furniture - photos (2): [1] factory, [2] desk

3891

n/d & 1998

Cron-Schnyer Shop workers, E. Main St – photo

868

1909

CROP Walk - "Put your feet where your heart is!" - poster advertising Piqua CROP Walk, Sunday, October 17 [probably 1999].

4678

c. 1999

Crosby "The Drug Man" prescription sack

3186

n.d.

Crosby “The Drug Man” (Drug Store) photo envelope

5492

c. 1950

Crosby “The Drug Man” Drug Store – 2 photographs: [1] 418 N. Main St. – 1941; [2] 143 N. Sunset – 1965 (this 2nd store was only open for 1-2 years, 1965-1966)

5752

1941, 1965

Crosby Drug Store – Crosby the “Drug Man” Lucky Tickets – tickets for a $25.00 drawing each week.

7365

n.d.

Crosby Drug Store: 158 “Crosby the ‘Drug Man’ Lucky Tickets”, 1” x 1 ¾” – Tickets good for a $25.00 free drawing every week – the tickets are numbered and are the customers copy, the other half of the ticket would have been placed in the drawing box at Crosby Drug Store

5677

n.d.

Crosley Field, Cincinnati Reds photos

2007

c. 1950's

Crown, George - Art teacher, Edison State College, artist - photograph (1)

3710

1978

Crown, George – copy of a pen and ink drawing of the Gazebo given to the City of Piqua by The Piqua National Bank and Trust Company on  20 September 1985.

5513

1985

Crown, George - print of a watercolor painting, "Canal Place, Piqua, Ohio" 1983

5199

1983

Crown, George - print of a watercolor painting, "The Eldean Covered Bridge" 1983

5197

1983

Crown, George - print of a watercolor painting, "The Miami County Court House" 1983

5198

1983

Crozier, William G., Crozier Collection Scrapbook #1 - Copy

2898

1924

Crozier, William G., Crozier Collection Scrapbook #1 "Clippings of the race for mayor and experience in city council, 11 June 1923-1 January 1924".  Original scrapbook, VERY FRAGILE - clippings are pasted into a home decorating book called The Home.

2897

1924

Crozier, William G., Crozier Collection Scrapbook #2 - Copy

2900

1926

Crozier, William G., Crozier Collection Scrapbook #2 -"Piqua Scrapbook Clippings 1924-1925" - Original - Fragile

2899

1926

Crozier, William G., Crozier Collection Scrapbook #3 - Copy

2902

1929

Crozier, William G., Crozier Collection Scrapbook #3 -"Piqua Scrapbook Clippings 1925-1928" - Original - Fragile

2901

1929

Cruising Ordinance #37-83

1451

1993

Crumback-Sherry Chevrolet Grand Opening newspaper add, Piqua Daily Call, 13 December 1968

5201

1968

Cruse Collection Assorted photographs- Hardenbrook's garage, etc.

2010

1940's- 1950's

Cummings, Max – five note cards with prints of Max Cummings original paintings: B. & O. Train Station; North Main Street looking north from the Public Square; Piqua Milling Co.; Eldean Bridge; Johnston Farm House.

6857

n.d.

Currency, Fractional - United States 15 cent paper currency

2079

1803

Cyrene A.M.E. Church - "Black Contributions to American Politics," program booklet - 10 February 1980

4428

1980

Cyrene A.M.E. Church - "Harmonious Brotherhood," program booklet - 4 February 1979

4429

1979

Cyrene African Methodist Episcopal Church - two Sunday bulletins dated 13 May 1979 and 29 August 1976.

4314

1976 & 1979

05-Oct-19