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NAME

SC NO.

DATE

Mader, Walter – Diploma from the Shelby County Public Schools certifying Walter Mader has completed the course of study of the elementary schools of Shelby County and is entitled to admission to any high school in the state.  Dated 10 June 1920 and signed by W. E. Partington, County Superintendent and W. L. C. Sturm, Superintendent of Schools.

5951

1920

Madison Ave. School Class Picture

643

Apr. 1914

Madison Funeral Home – 2 fans, ‘The Optimeter, 1961’

322

n.d.

Madison Home for Funerals - 2 fans

3339

c. 1936-1975

Madrigal Singers Program

1224

1937

Magazine - Hearth and Home: A Journal of Choice Literature, Published by the Vickery & Hill Publishing Company, Augusta, Maine, September 1912.  Vickery & Hill Publishing Co. 1879-1942 was a large publishing house founded by P. O. Vickery & Dr. John Fremont Hill.  They began producing mail order catalogs and went on to publish Hearth & Home Magazine and other magazines.  By 1900 Hill had been elected governor of Main but remained active in the company and led the company to branch out into the printing of postcards in tinted halftones.  Vickery & Hill also published the novels of Horatio Alger.

3044

1912

Magazine - Hearth and Home: A Journal of Choice Literature, Published by the Vickery & Hill Publishing Company, Augusta, Maine, December 1913

3045

1913

Magazine - Hearth and Home: A Journal of Choice Literature, Published by the Vickery & Hill Publishing Company, Augusta, Maine, April 1916

3046

1916

Magazine - Hearth and Home: A Journal of Choice Literature, Published by the Vickery & Hill Publishing Company, Augusta, Maine, May 1916

3047

1916

Magazine - Hearth and Home: A Journal of Choice Literature, Published by the Vickery & Hill Publishing Company, Augusta, Maine, August 1916

3048

1916

Magazine – Successful Farming, Meredith Publishing Co., Des Moines, Iowa – March 1936

7340

1936

Magazine cover – The Delineator, April 1918 – published by The Butterick Publishing Company, New York – World War I

8075

1918

Magazine, Farm and Fireside, Springfield, Ohio, vol. 30, no. 5, 1 December 1906

3049

1906

Magazine, Needlecraft vol. 11 no. 4, December 1919

3051

1919

Magazine, The Gentlewoman, New York, vol. 47 no. 1, January 1918

3050

1918

Magee Bros Printing Samples; Piqua Bracket Co.

210

1890-1900

Magee Bros. Printing Samples; Beck’s Academy News

214

1890’s

Magee Bros. Printing Samples; Curtis & Reed Co.

208

1890-1900

Magee Bros. Printing Samples; Favorite Stove & Range Co.

209

1890-1900

Magee Bros. Printing Samples; Levering & Farrow Wagon Co.

213

1894

Magee Bros. Printing Samples; Piqua Foundry & Machine Co.

211

1890-1900

Magee Bros. Printing Samples; Piqua Wagon Co.

212

1895

Magee Bros. Printing Samples; Poorman Mfg. Co.

207

1890-1900

Magee Brothers Printing - samples of print fonts and calling cards.

3166

n.d.

Mahan, Cory & Leggate, George - deeds - 222 Spring St. & 300 Spring St. (formerly Gray Woolen Mill Co._

2289

1904 - 1906

Main - 324 E. Main St. - photo

2157

c.1980

Main Street - 410-412 N. Main, Campbell’s Furniture – Sansam photo

958

c.1920

Main Street - 509 N. Main St.- Blueprint (Schmidlapp)

1521

1972

Main Street - 509 N. Main St.- photo’s (36) museum

1535

c.1985

Main Street - 509 N. Main St. photograph of Schmidlapp Bldg. B&W, various size (4)

1558

n.d.

Main Street - 509 N. Main St. postcard

1560

n.d.

Main Street – Aerial View: Photo

670

n.d.

Main Street – North – 222-224 – photo

681

c.1910-1916

Main Street – Southwest corner & Ash St.

470

c.1930-1931

Main Street – various aerial shots – photos (4)

758

1975

Main Street looking North

599

1980

Main Street, East, 133-137 - photo

2150

c.1980

Main Street, East, 209-211 - photo

2152

c.1980

Main Street, East, 210 - photo

2154

c.1980

Main Street, East, 217 - photo

2158

c.1980

Main Street, East, 219 - photo

2153

c.1980

Main Street, East, 226-228 - photo

2155

c.1980

Main Street, East, 242-244-246

505

1978

Main Street, East, 244

513

1982

Main Street, East, 244 - photo

2151

c.1980

Main Street, East, 244 - photo

2159

c.1980

Main Street, East, 250-252 - photo

2160

c.1980

Main Street, East, 263-265 - photo

2156

c.1980

Main Street, East, 324

525

Oct. 1982

Main Street, North – 300 Block – Parade

691

c.1890

Main Street, North & East North

605

n.d.

Main Street, North West Cor, Main & Ash, Orr Flesh Building  - photo

2149

c.1960

Main Street, North,  322-324 – photo

1002

c.1920

Main Street, North,  400 Block - photo

2146

c.1960

Main Street, North, 109 – photo

1004

c.1920

Main Street, North, 200 block, west side - photos of buildings at 206, 208, and 210 N. Main immediately before and immediately after these buildings were demolished (4 photos).

4388

c. 2005

Main Street, North, 222-224, Rapp’s Fire – Sansam photo (5)

957

C.1920

Main Street, North, 300 Block - Parade - Photograph

2115

c.1900

Main Street, North, 311– Favorite Theatre photograph

1432

c.1914

Main Street, North, 400 Block looking North - photo

2192

c. 1900

Main Street, North, 401-403, Citizen’s National Bank - photo

1781

1945

Main Street, North, 406 – photo

955

1908

Main Street, North, 410-412,- F.E. Campbell & Co. - Photo

2109

c.1900

Main Street, North, 431, Lot #29 - Legal Documents

96

1851-1949

Main Street, North, 509

600

n.d.

Main Street, North, 530 - photo

2235

C. 1870

Main Street, North, 615-617

523

1980

Main Street, North, 620 - photo

2148

c.1980

Main Street, North, Bridge – Photo

635

c.1920

Main Street, South, 339-417, Wiley Tannery Complex - photographs

2046

1978

Main Street, South, 417

506

n.d.

Main Street, South, 536/538

486

1978

Main Street, South, 600

514

1978

Main Street, Southwest & Ash Streets

604

1983

Main-Main St. East Side between River & North-photo

2205

c. 1950

Main-NW corner Main & High Streets-photo

2208

1889

Mainstreet Piqua – photograph project – 24 photos of buildings on North Main Street – c. 2000

5577

c. 2000

MainStreet Piqua – stickers for the Piqua Farmer’s Market – 2013 – Wording on the stickers is “Product Made in Miami County, Ohio, Home Grown Great.”

7424

2013

Mainstreet Piqua, Inc. – Postcards of Piqua, 18 month calendar – October 2008-March 2010 – produced by Mainstreet Piqua.

5503

2008

Mainstreet Piqua-Brown Bag Days, bag

1908

2003

Makio (The): Ohio State University Junior Class Yearbook

3354

1918

Makio (The): Ohio State University Junior Class Yearbook

3355

1920

Makio (The): Ohio State University Junior Class Yearbook

3356

1921

Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky, maps, postcards, and trip information

7311

1948

Maniaci, Theresa memorial card

1751

1961

Manning Legal Documents/Public Square

118

1831-1837

Manning, John  Land Grant

1829

1811

Manning, John & Betsey:  Piqua Lot No. 1 Deed

144

1815

Manufacturer’s Directory, Piqua

1448

n.d.

Maps of Ohio, 1939-1940, Showing Congressional, Senatorial and Judicial Districts – compiled by Earl Griffith, Secretary of State

5783

1939

March of Dimes – Receipts for Miami County 1956

6247

1956

Market Square 1908 - pen and ink drawing from a post card and colored by Percy Holloway

5179

n.d.

Market Square, Piqua on market day – 8x10 b/w photo – c. 1895

5792

c. 1895

Market St., 123 – photo

1282

c.1950

Market, corner & Wayne Streets

606

1980

Marriage license – D. Z. Cassel married to Bertha M. Shilts – July 27, 1887 – Miami County, Ohio

7491

1887

Marriage license – John Meyer married to Dora E. Swank – March 6, 1889 – Miami County, Ohio

7492

1889

Marshall, Stella – portrait of Stella Marshall done by Beecher Studio, Piqua, Ohio

6676

n.d.

Martzell, G.W. journals (5)

1413

1890-1900

Masonic Directory, Troy, Ohio, 1988

6274

1988

Masons - LaFayette Council, No. 93 Royal and Select Masters, Dinner and program 15 May 1939

2664

1939

Match Book – pull tab – French Village Café

1932

 

Match books: [1] “Checkers Food & Spirits” match book – Checkers, 311 N. Main St., Piqua, Ohio; [2] “Terry’s Cafeteria” match book – Terry’s, 105 E. Greene St., Piqua, Ohio.

5678

n.d.

Material Medical Manual – by J. C. Fahenstock, Piqua OH

269

1901

Mathers, John H. - Land patent for the southeast quarter, section 35, township 75 north, of range 42 west, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Council Bluffs, Iowa - original document.

3363

1858

Matthews, Cpl. Dean - copy of a letter and photographs sent to A. J. Kiser, 30 June 1945 from Bomburg, Germany.  Photos are of slave laborers burned alive at Gardelegen, Germany.

4468

1945

Matthews, Loton - photo

3674

c. 1910

Maxwell, Clarence – letter from the Office of School Examiners in Troy to Clarence Maxwell informing him that he had passed his examinations and is to receive a Common School Diploma – letter dated April 18, 1902

6609

1902

May Bloc Drawing

1357

n.d.

May Day celebration in the 1920’s - photo

6203

c. 1920’s

May, Ralph & Kaiser, A.J. - tape made by Jerry Deisenroth, former principal of Bennett Jr. High - May 5-6, 1976

2279

1976

May’s Opera House – Huntzinger photo of a Mass Choir  probably composed of Piqua area residents – c. 1910

6093

c. 1910

May’s Opera House – letterhead

1076

c.1900

May’s Opera House – November 28, 1918 – handbill advertising two silent movies: D.W. Griffith’s “The Great Love” starring Lillian Gish and Henry Walthall and “The Cook” starring Fatty Arbuckle (a Paramount movie).  Included in this file are copies of posters for both movies (copied from the internet).  The handbill is framed in a 9” x 13” wood frame under glass.

7040

1918

May’s Opera House – photo

784

n.d.

May’s Opera House – print of a pen and ink drawing by Michael Lange on 11” x 17” heavy stock paper.  The drawing is housed in Drawer 21 of the Map Case.

7227

n.d.

May’s Opera House – Schine’s Miami Theatre – photo

719

Late 1950’s

May’s Opera House Movie Promotional card- Valentino & Swanson (laminated). Also an autographed photo of Gloria Swanson.

1519

1922

May's Opera House/Schine's Miami Theater - photos: [1 & 2] Interior, [3] 3 views of the exterior and 1 view of the old Mays's Opera House sign, interior.

3789

c.1960

May's Opera House play program: "The House the Jack Built", April 7-8 - presented for the Memorial Hospital Benefit Fund

2477

c. 1906

May’s Opera House Program

625

c.1910

May’s Opera House Program

896

1919

May’s Opera House Program

897

1920

May’s Opera House Program

898

1917

May’s Opera House Program

899

1916

May’s Opera House Program

900

1915

May’s Opera House Program

901

1911

May’s Opera House Program

902

1909

May’s Opera House Program

903

1903

May’s Opera House Program

904

1908

May’s Opera House Program

905

1907

May’s Opera House Program

906

1906

May’s Opera House Program

907

1905

May’s Opera House Program

908

c.1900

May’s Opera House Program

1615

1911-1912

May’s Opera House Program

1616

1913-1914

May’s Opera House Program

1617

1914-1915

May’s Opera House Program

1618

1915-1916

May’s Opera House Program

1619

1916-1917

May’s Opera House Program

1620

1917-1918

May’s Opera House Program

1621

1918-1919

May’s Opera House Program

1622

1919-1920

May’s Opera House Program

1623

1920-1921

May’s Opera House Program

1624

1921-1922

May’s Opera House Program

1625

1922-1923

May’s Opera House Program

1626

1924

May's Opera House program - "The Chorus Lady", Friday 27 October (1905 or 1911) scanned copy of the program.

4465

c. 1911

May's Opera House program - "The Circle" by W. Somerset Maugham, 14 March 1923

5305

1923

May’s Opera House Program, Season 1924, Harry W. Kress, manager – January 17, 1924, “Merchant of Venice”

6241

1924

May’s Opera House Programs

84

c.1912-1924

May’s Opera House Programs

924

1906

May’s Opera House Programs

1113

1912

May’s Opera House Season Program

707

1914-1915

May’s Opera House seating chart

984

1910

May’s Opera House Summer Run theater programs (all appear to be from the summer of 1909:  [1] Wallace R. Cutter Offers The Cutter Stock Company in “Way Out West,” [2] Wallace R. Cutter Offers The Cutter Stock Company in “A Woman’s Honor,” [3] Wallace R. Cutter Offers The Cutter Stock Company in “At the Risk of His Life.”

6531

1909

Mayor - sample ballots for Piqua (2)

2537

1921 & 1923

McBride children photographs: Elaine Hope McBride (3 ½ years); Donald Eugene McBride (10 months); Leslie Dale McBride (7 months); one photo, not identified, of a little girl approximately 10 months old, possibly Elaine Hope.  There are no calendar years given on the photos.

7613

n.d.

McCartney, Newell - American Legion delegate to conventions 1922 - 1939, He and his brother Alvin were in the play Bohemia Girl, Delegate I.D. cards, Booklet of tickets to the Chicago convention in 1933

2693

1922 - 1939

McCartney’s Antiques: Business Card – “McCartney’s Antiques, 323 N. Main St., Piqua, OH – Doug & Marj Stilwell

5686

n.d.

McCarty, Dr. A.P.-telegrams (2-copies) to Dr. A.P. McCarty from Calgary, Alberta to Cynthiana, Kentucky on the death in the boxing ring of his son, Luther McCarty on 5/25/1913.  Second telegram concerns a delay in shipping the body due to autopsy.

4616

1913

McCarty, Luther, photos, notes

737

1913

McClelland Restaurant, 107 E. Ash – photo of interior

1110

c.1920

McColloch and Lines Real Estate – cash receipts and disbursements journal for the years 1907-1938 – this book came from the estate of John A. Cooper.

7738

1907-1938

McColloch, Karen - three pen and ink drawings produced for Third Savings and Loan Co., Piqua.  The drawings were distributed as prints by Third Savings.  [1] Hotel Fort Piqua, Downtown Piqua.  [2] Roundhouse Barn, Farrington Road, Miami County.  [3] The Old Opera House, Downtown Tipp City.

5368

1994

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

7593

various

McCrum, Page N. – military records, photos from Germany, Austria and other places in World War II and the years after.

7592

1945-1965

McCulloch - Congressman William McCulloch shaking hands with President Dwight Eisenhower.

5068

c. 1960

McCulloch - Index to the papers of William M. McCulloch, Representative to Congress - This index covers material in 45 boxes of documents which are housed in the Law Library of Ohio Northern University.

5065

1961-1972

McCulloch - William M. McCulloch Public Square Dedication Ceremony program - 2 July 2009

5067

2009

McCulloch Square Dedication - press release from Mike Gutmann stating the program for the dedication.

5073

2009

McCulloch Square Dedication advertising poster - 22 1/2" x 30 "

4592A

2-Jul-09

McCulloch, Congressman William - mailing to persuade Ohio citizens to vote to put a statue of Congressman William McCulloch in Statuary Hall in the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.

5286

2010

McCulloch, Congressman William M. - "Abolition of Poll Tax in Federal Elections, Hearings before Subcommittee No. 5 of the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives, 87th Congress 2nd Session."  Congressman McCulloch was the ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee and on Subcommittee No. 5.

5064

1962

McCulloch, Congressman William M. – 100 Things You Should Know About Communism, House Document No. 136, May 14, 1951, 82nd Congress, 1st Session.  This 126 page document was mailed out to constituants by Congressman McCulloch upon request.

7740

1951

McCulloch, Congressman William M. - Documents relating to Rep. McCulloch's roll in the passage of the 1960 Civil Rights Act including: [1] Civil Rights Message from Pres. Eisenhower, [2] H.R. 4457 introduced by Rep. McCulloch, [3] Statement of Republican Policy Committee, [4] Report to House from Judiciary Committee, [5] Press release 28 January 1960, [6] Press release 23 February 1960, [7] H.R. 10625 introduced by Rep. McCulloch and included in the final bill, [8] Copy of Public Law 86-449, the Civil Rights Act of 1960, [9] A Summary of the Civil Rights Act of 1960 issued by Rep. McCulloch's office. 

5062

1959-1960

McCulloch, Congressman William M. - extension of remarks in the Congressional Record, 27 September 1961 - "Ranking Minority Member Surveys Activities of Judiciary Committee, 87th Congress, 1st Session". Note: this is a copy

5063

1961

McCulloch, Congressman William M. - Miscellaneous newspaper clippings from Congressman McCulloch's daughter, Anne McCulloch Carver covering the Congressman's career from his election as a state representative through his retirement from Congress.

5191

1930s - 1973

McCulloch, Congressman William M. – photographed with a group of young adults consisting of 14 men and 13 ladies.  The photo was taken near one of the House Office Buildings – the photo is dated February 6, 1962.

6848

1962

McCulloch, Congressman William M. - Statement in Congressional Record on the purpose of a legislator - 12 October 1971, page 35800

5275

1971

McCulloch, Felger, Fite and Gutmann, LLP - documents relating to the history of the law firm including a timeline from 1980 to the present and a copy of the announcement of the creation of the Berry and McCulloch law partnership in 1929.

5074

Various

McCulloch, Rep. William M. – article written by Congressman William M. McCulloch and published in a book entitled Republican Papers in 1968.  The article was in the chapter on Civil Rights.  The title of the article is “Man was Born to be Free:  Toward Fulfillment of the Dream.”  This is a copy of the article.

8175

1968

McCulloch, The Hon. William M. - Order of Service for a "Service of Worship in memory of The Hon. William M. McCulloch," Tuesday, February 25, 1980 at the Presbyterian Congregation in Georgetown.

3535

1980

McCulloch, The Hon. William M. – Service of Worship in memory of The Hon. William M. McCulloch at the Presbyterian Congregation in Georgetown – order of service

6102

1980

McCulloch, William - "Bill McCulloch and the Civil Rights Act of 1964" - Transcript of a speech given by Bill Milligan to the Annual Meeting of the Piqua Y.W.C.A., 8 April 1987

3389

1987

McCulloch, William - [1] Report of House Judiciary Committee to accompany H.R. 8601 - 20 August 1959  [2] H.R. 10625 - A Bill introduced by McCulloch on 23 February 1969 (note on top "This bill was passed with a few changes")  [3] Public Law 86-449 - 6 May 1960 - The Civil Rights Act of 1960.  Congressman McCulloch played a major role in securing the passage of this legislation.

5107

1959-1960

McCulloch, William - Abolition of Poll Tax in Federal Elections, "Hearings Before Subcommittee No. 5 of the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives, 12 March 1962 and 14 May 1962.

5109

1962

McCulloch, William - documents relating to civil rights legislation: [1] Statement of McCulloch, 28 January 1960. [2] Statement of McCulloch, 23 February 1960. [3] Statement of Republican Policy Committee of the House of Representatives. [4] Summary of the Civil Rights Act of 1960. [5] Reprint of Congressional Record, 27 September 1961, "Ranking Minority Member Surveys Activities of Judiciary Committee, 87th Congress, 1st Session."

5108

1961

McCulloch, William - letter from Congressman William McCulloch to Mrs. Ursel Schafer containing the transcript of a radio broadcast by President Nixon on 30 April 1970 on the "Situation in Southeast Asia" [Vietnam, Cambodia]

4892

1970

McCulloch, William - Message from the President of the United States transmitting Recommendations pertaining to Civil Rights 5 February 1959.  Also, 86th Congress, 1st Session - H.R. 4457, A Bill introduced by Congressman McCulloch 12 February 1959 to enact the recommendations made by President Eisenhower in his message

5106

1959

McCulloch, William - Scrapbook on the life and legacy of Congressman William McCulloch with emphasis on his role in the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Bill.  Also is included a presentation by Mike Gutmann and Larry Hamilton to the Piqua YWCA, 14 February 2007.  The scrapbook was created by Mike Gutmann of the law firm McCulloch, Felger, Fite and Gutmann.

5019

2007

McCulloch, William "Bill" - hand fan - "Vote for and Re-Elect McCulloch for Congress" on one side, other Republican candidates listed on the reverse

3187

n.d.

McCulloch, William M. – a self-addressed return envelope to the Congressman

6666

c. 1960’s

McCulloch, William M. - flier and campaign button in the 2010 campaign to have Congressman McCulloch honored in Statuary Hall as one of Ohio's two statues in the Capital Building in Washington, D.C.

5265

2010

McCulloch, William M. Congressman - copies of a news article, editorial and Memorial Service Program from 23 Feb. 1980 and 1 March 1980 concerning the death of Congressman McCulloch.

5072

1980

McCulloch, William M. Representative to Congress, 4th District of Ohio – booklet: Our American Government, What it is?  How Does it Function? – The booklet was sent to Thomas Gariety on 30 October 1968

6252

1968

McCulloch, William M., Congressman - copies of campaign materials furnished by Mr. Mike Gutmann from the family

5070

N.D.

McCulloch, William M., Congressman - copies of letters thanking him for his work and editorials praising his efforts furnished by Mr. Mike Gutmann from the family. [1] Letter from Emanuel Celler, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, 25 August 1960.  [2] Letter from Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., House Minority Leader, 23 July 1956.  [3] Letter from Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, 19 Nov. 1966.  [4] Editorial by Dale Francis. [5] Letter from Joe Metz to a constituent.  Mr. Metz was Assistant to Congressman McCulloch, 1964.

5071

Various

McCulloch, William M., Congressman - photographs - [1] c. 1954 Congressman McCulloch with a group of High School Students on the Capital Steps - probably Piqua Catholic H.S. Seniors and chaperones. [2] 1959 photo of Congressman McCulloch with a group of students on the Capital steps - probably Piqua Catholic H.S. Seniors and chaperones.  [3] Congressman McCulloch with local civil rights leaders - Mrs. Clara Belle Harris, Mrs. Viola Clemens, Mr. Huston, Mrs. Georgia Fowles, Unidentified, Rep. Robert Netzley, Unidentified.

5105

c. 1954, 1959, c. 1963

McCulloch, William M., Congressman photo

5069

1970

McCulloch, William M., Congressman: [1] letter to Mrs. Lester Klingler on the subject of obscenity traveling through the mail – letter dated April 20, 1970.  [2] Press Release dated May 7, 1969 stating that Congressman McCulloch had introduced two bills to control the distribution of pornography.  [3] Statement of William M. McCulloch before the Subcommittee No. 3 of the House Committee on the Judiciary, September 25, 1969 on the issue of pornography.

6424

1969, 1970

McCulloch, William M., U.S. Rep. - photographs (4)

3705

1970

McCulloch, William to A. J. Kaiser, autographed picture of the House of Representatives, Washington D.C.

2757

n.d.

McCulloch, William, letter to Harry Oda, March 16, 1964

2568

1964

McCullough Manor – Troy – 1993 Designer’s Showcase

1938

1993

McCullough, Geo. E. Autobiography- 1 page

1583

1949

McDonald’s French Fry Bag

1708

c. 1985

McDonald’s placemat, calendar for November 1981 and child’s coloring project to draw and color a turkey.

6815

1981

McEowen – large drawing of the family tree of Daniel McEowen, born 1685 in Argyll, Scotland.  This is a rolled document located in Drawer 21 of the map case.

8043

n.d.

McEwen, Bob – Republican candidate for U.S. Senate – campaign hand fan – 1988

6494

1988

McGatha, Edd - photograph

3712

1978

McKee

556

n.d.

McKee, Cora Mable

538

n.d.

McKinley and Hobart ribbon - a gold 2 1/4" x 5 1/4" ribbon with black lettering bearing the names "McKinley and Hobart" and used in the election of 1896 by the Republican Party.  The ribbon is gold to symbolize McKinley’s support of the Gold Standard for U.S. money. - Election materials - These ribbons were found in the Family Bible of Fredrick Geyer and Martha Mason Geyer.

5024

1986

McKinley National Memorial Association Certificate for Contribution to fund for the erection of a National Memorial in Canton, OH.

4173

n.d.

McKinney, Rich (Richard) - newspaper clippings of the professional baseball career of Rich McKinney with the Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees, and Oakland Athletics.  Clippings were collected and donated by his wife, Jeanne Whitson McKinney.  Also in this file is a team photo of the 1971 Chicago White Sox.

2926

1971-1981

McKnight - Albert "Doc" McKnight - photograph on post card

5178

c. 1920

McKnight – Albert McKnight photograph

5473

1939

McKnight, Albert – 3 photographs

1307

c.1900

McKnight, Albert – photograph

1255

c.1910

McKnight, Albert – photograph of him in his later years with his mourning coat, flowers and top hat.

6661

c. 1934

McKnight, Albert - photos (4)

3851

n/d

McKnight, Albert “Doc” – post card photograph taken as a studio full body portrait by Ethan Huntzinger.  The date written on the back of the card is 1908.

6824

1908

McKnight, Albert photograph

1611

1900

McMaken - "Re-elect James P. McMaken Sheriff" campaign brochure

5031

c. 1970

McMaken, James “Moose” – Sheriff Election notepad

1257

n.d.

McMaken, Red: filling station- Roosevelt & Clark Ave, advertisement

4344

c.1920's

McManes’ Private hospital – copy of a post card showing the house at 318 Franklin St., Piqua, OH and labeled as a private hospital – entry in the Universal Directory 1914 is “McManes, Matthew (E.) Physician & Surgeon, Cancer Specialist and Private Hospital, 316 Franklin, residence same.

5986

c. 1914

McNabb, Sara - Post Card Collection - copies of scanned postcards.  Numbers  [1-4] are from Covington, Ohio.  [5] Eberhart W. Maier election card.  [6-7] a May's Opera House Program.  [8-14] Piqua post cards.  [15-17] Pleasant Hill post cards.  [18-21] Troy post cards.

4464

 

McNeely, Martin letter 11th Rg. Co. F, O.V.I.

1716

1861

McVety – Real Estate and Insurance Papers envelope issued compliments of Bill McVety-Realtor and C. Bill McVety Insurance Agency, 222 W. Ash St., Piqua.

7729

c. 1950

McVety, Mr. & Mrs. Clyde photographs – [1] Mrs. McVety is the former Olive May Hackney.  Olive and Clyde were married in 1928 when he was 21 and she was 16.  This photograph is c. 1930.  [2] A second photograph shows Mrs. Olive McVety holding an infant.  The infant is not identified but it must be her brother Albert Jr. born in 1933.  After Olive’s mother’s death in 1939, Clyde and Olive McVety took over the care of her 18 year old sister and 7 year old brother.  Clyde and Olive had no children of their own.  [3] The third picture is of a lady c. 1930 who is not identified, but is possibly the childhood friend of Olive who became the mother of Ronald J. Coyle who donated the photographs in SC-7119, 7120, 7121 and 7122.

7121

c. 1930’s

McVety, Olive May (Hackney) – photographs – three photos of Olive, 2 from the late 1920’s and 1 from the early 1930’s.

7119

c. 1930

McWilliams & Son Grocery photo, 81 W. High Street

1745

c.1885

Medalist Allen-A Company – construction drawings for a New Manufacturing, Warehousing & Office Facility on Industry Park Drive, Piqua.  The drawings were produced by Ferguson Construction Company, Sidney and dated January 1979 – two sets of drawings.

5652

1979

Medalist Allen-A, corner Downing & Rundle – photo

765

c.1970

Medalist Apparel/Allen-A Catalogs

160

1987-1988

Medalist Park Concept B – Planning Study for the City of Piqua.  Drawings for the park were done by Charles M. Ditto, Landscape Architect – October 1994.  The plans were for a proposed park bounded by Riverside Drive, Downing Street and Rundle Street, the site of the former Atlas and Superior Underwear Companies and later Medalist Allen A.

5645

1994

Medalist Sports News, vol. 1 No. 3 January 1976 - published by Medalist Industries, Inc. - the paper also has an insert about the dedication of the Upper Valley Joint Vocational School.

4426

1976

Medley, Carrie L. - deed - 1102 Broadway

2291

1935

Meek, Gary -Assistant Principal nameplate, Piqua High School -1979 -1982

5096

1979-1982

Meek, Marguerite - Retirement plaque from Piqua City Schools

4970

1973

Meinders, Betty & Jane Twins – photo

644

n.d.

Meinders, H. H. Grocery – Martha Washington Cook Book, Chicago: F.T. Neely, Publisher, 1892 – probably sold at Meinders Grocery

5960

c. 1900

Melcher – Sowers Funeral Home, Louis W. Melcher, Jerry L. Sowers, Jim Robinson, 646 W. High St., Piqua, Ohio – hand fan

7266

n.d.

Mellinger, Mrs. - photo

3873

c.1890

Mellinger, Wm. – photograph

1225

c.1860

Membership card – The Personal Liberty League of Miami County – membership card for George C. Kiefer

6077

n.d.

Mementos: (1) Crosby Drugs sack, n.d.; (2) Hartzell Veneer advertising blank note book, n.d.; (3) William McCulloch card to Mrs. Leonard Hill, 1 Jan. 1969; (4) Piqua Daily Call carrier's payment card, 1987

2794

various

Mementos: (1) Dr. & Mrs. W.W. Weis (2) Dr. John Gallagher (3) Kiefer's Pharmacy (4) Schrubb's Camera Shop

2729

n.d.

Mementos: (1) J.C. Cron calendar calculator c. 1940's; (2) Library Card and sleeve 1969; (3) Piqua National Bank Safe Deposit Box Key envelope 1866; (4) Canal Society of Ohio patch

2793

various

Memo pad with a red plastic cover, “Compliments of Pioneer Rural Electric Co-op, Inc., Piqua, Ohio.”  Inside are five pages of notes and reminders written by Mrs. Charlotte Hopkins and a 1961 pocket calendar.

8069

1961

Memorial Book - 50th Anniversary Ben Westbrock & Son Funeral Home - Dayton, OH

2482

c. 1940

Memorial Certificate - John F. Smith - died 23 March 1863 - Age 35 years.

4660

1863

Memorial Day Program 30 May 1939

2668

1939

Memorial Day Program: May 30, 1939 - Forest Hill Cemetery

3327

1939

Memorial design catalog issued by Piqua Granite & Marble Co.  The title of the catalog is, “Memorial Art Studies of Unusual Artistic Merit: Designed, Executed and Erected by the Piqua Granite & Marble Co., Inc.

8052

c. 1930

Memorial Hospital Commencement Program

822

1953

Memorial Hospital History

888

n.d.

Memorial Hospital Nurse’s Scrapbook

815

1930-present

Memorial Hospital Nurses' Training School, A Brief History of, published by Piqua Memorial Hospital for Piqua Memorial Alumni Association, 1971 - on the last page of the booklet is a list of graduates from the Nurses' School from 1910-1923.  The Nurses' School closed in 1933.

5364

1971

Memorial Hospital of Piqua, Ohio – The House That Jack Built­ – a locally produced theatrical program with music by Mrs. Jessie L. Gaynor, Libretto by Mrs. Alice C. D. Riley and directed by Mrs. June Lytle Lake – the production was for the benefit of the Memorial Hospital and was held at May.s Opera House, April 7-8 (year not given) c. 1920’s

7469

c. 1920’s

Memorial Monthly Memo – published monthly by and for employees of the Piqua Memorial Hospital.  The following editions are included in this folder: December 1969; January 1970; March 1970; April 1970; May 1970; June 1970; August 1970; September 1970; October 1970; November 1970; December 1970; January 1971; February 1971.

7932

1969-1971

Memorial To Working People at Heritage Green – proposal prepared for and submitted to the City of Piqua for a park bounded by Riverside Drive, Downing Street and Rundle Street, the site of the former Atlas and Superior Underwear Companies and later Medalist Allen A.  The proposal was developed by Charles M. Ditto, Landscape Architect.  The drawings are dated 22 September 1995.

5646

1995

Memorial/Prayer Cards: (39) count, various names

18

1913 -1977

Men at Table – names on back – photo

656

c.1900

Men’s Clothing Illustrations (5)

1818

c.1890

Men’s group including Charley Clouse, Henry Levering, and John Neth-photo

2214

c. 1900

Men’s group picnic – a group of approximately 38 men gathered around a makeshift picnic table and benches – c. 1910 – the photo is not otherwise identified

7452

c. 1910

Mercer Farm Thresher Explosion – photo

1049

c.1920

Merchants and Mechanics Building & Loan – Loan Form

1068

c.1900

Merchants, Tradesmen and Manufacturers Financial Condition for Piqua, Ohio 1931 – information obtained from the September, 1931 R.G. Dunn Mercantile Agency Reference Book.  Published by Jan and Naomi McPeek, August 2003

5430

2003

Merit Tickets for Students (9)

999

1881

Meteor Champion Baseball Banquet

162

1919

Meteor Concert Band photo, program

1116

1920

Meteor Motor Car - 7 photos from Tom McPhearson - c. 1940 - ambulances and an aerial photograph

5130

c. 1940

Meteor Motor Car Co. – customer problem letters

368

1916

Meteor Motor Car Co. Piqua, Ohio employee photographic identification badge #453 belonging to George Miller – employed from 1938-1953

6513

c. 1950

Meteor Motor Car Company

166

c.1920’s

Meteor Motor Car Company – Maintenance Plaque

357

n.d.

Meteor Motor Car Company – three 8”x10” black/white glossy photos of phonograph cabinets being finished and the phonographs installed ready for the lids to be put on the cabinets.  These photos can be dated between 1916 and 1923

7963

1916-1923

Meteor Motor Car Company combination car – combination hearse and ambulance with a six cylinder, 50 h.p. motor – c. 1920.  The car was sold to W. W. Wagner Funeral Director, Chapel and Ambulance Service, 407 W. High St., Piqua – a copy of the description that was on the back of the original photograph is in the folder.

6615

c. 1920

Meteor Motor Car Company hearse photograph c. 1916.  The hearse is a Model 95 carved panel hearse with a 50 h.p. 6 cylinder motor and it belonged to the Wagner Funeral Parlor – W. W. Wagner Funeral Director, Chapel, and Ambulance Service, 128 W. Ash St., Piqua

6614

c. 1916

Meteor Motor Car Company Plant No. 1 – c. 1930’s

6690

c. 1930’s

Meteor Motor Car Company, photograph of two vehicles

361

1950’s?

Meteor Motor Co. (?) photograph

1153

n.d.

Meteor News, The – May, June, July (4 issues)

1115

1920

Meteor Record – “American Fantasie”

1189

c.1920

Methodist Church – The Local Church in Methodism:a guide for church officers explaining how local Methodist churches will work in accord with changes made by the 1952 General Conference. By Costen J. Harrell, a Bishop in the Methodist Church, Nashville: The Methodist Publishing House, 1952

7493

1952

Miami & Erie Canal – copy of painting

935

n.d.

Miami & Erie Canal 35 mm color slides - produced by Miami University for the Miami River Corridor Commission - Locking to the Ohio Historical Society site at Johnston's Farm including Lockington Village, Locks 1 - 8, Loramie Creek Aqueduct, Landman's Mill, the bog along the towpath, and ending at Johnston's Farm.

3260

1989

Miami & Erie Canal Boats photos (8): [1] Canal boats near the fairgrounds, Troy, Ohio, [2] Canal boats near Piqua, [3,4,5,6] Canal boat W.T. McLean of Piqua and enlargement of segments of the #3 photo, [7] Canal boat near Piqua, [8] Canal boat Miami Queen of Piqua (2).

3821

c.1890

Miami & Erie Canal Lock, Tipp City, OH – photo

674

n.d.

Miami & Erie Canal Locks photographs (9): [1] Lock #2, 1951, Lockington, [2] Lock #9, Piqua, c.1890, [3] Lock #10, Farrington (2), c.1890, [4] Lock #8, Upper Piqua, 1890, [5] Building a Lock, Lockington, Ohio, [6] Lock at Troy, Ohio, [7] Historic marker plaque near Lockington Locks, 1951, [8] Lockington Locks, c.1890, [9] five ladies at Farrington Lock #10.

3819

1951, c.1890

Miami & Erie Canal Loramie Aqueduct photographs (2)

3818

c.1890

Miami & Erie Canal Map - copy - Map No. 12, Troy, from station 8211+87 to station 8284+23 - surveyed by S.A. Buchanan, platted by H.C. Baldwin.

3292

n.d.

Miami & Erie Canal Photographs - Locking to Ohio Historical Society site at Johnston's Farm including Lockington Village, Locks #1-#8, Loramie Creek Aqueduct, the bog along the towpath, and ending at Johnston's Farm.  Prepared by Miami University for the Miami River Corridor Commission - color 3 1/2 x 5 and negatives.

3259

1989

Miami & Erie Canal Photographs (7): [1] Canal near Piqua, [2] N. Main St, lift bridge & bridge tender's house, [3] Canal running through Piqua, photo taken from the Ash St. stone bridge looking north, [4,5,6] Ash St. stone arch bridge, [7] State Dam, Great Miami River, Piqua. 

3817

c.1890's

Miami & Erie Canal photos (2) - filling in the canal & building the Conservancy District levee on Riverside Drive.

3822

c.1916

Miami & Erie Canal Scenes - Twelve serigraphic prints based upon The Ralph May Collection by Randy L. Barick:  [1] Capt. Combs  [2] Crocked Lock  [3] A Derelict  [4] The Engine House  [5] Flat Stone Arch (East Ash St. Bridge)  [6] Gen. Harrison  [7] Kirkwood Culvert  [8] Landman Mill  [9] The Lockington Flight  [10] Lock Seven  [11] Loramie Aqueduct  [12] Turtle Creek Culvert ("The Twin Arches")

4968

1980

Miami and Erie Canal – photograph, 8x10 black/white, of Lock One in Lockington c. 1890’s

6533

c. 1890’s

Miami and Erie Canal – Travel Back in Time:  Discover Ohio’s Miami and Erie Canal – Visitor’s guide to canal locks, museums, parks and hiking trails along the historic and scenic canal corridor in western Ohio.  Published by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Water.

6286

c. 1995

Miami and Erie Canal at Piqua.  Looking southwest from the North Main St. Canal Bridge at the canal with Atlas Underwear and Superior Underwear in the background and a small canal boat on the canal – 8x10 black/white – c. 1910

6537

c. 1910

Miami and Erie:  Canal, Commerce and History by the Delphos Canal Commission, Delphos, Ohio, 1993

6488

1993

Miami Bulletin, The (Oxford)

119

1909

Miami Canal check for $80 dated 3 May 1828.  And a listing of Articles transported on the Canal 1837-1847 [ list compiled c. 1990]

2595

1828

Miami Canal, Piqua Postcard

4212

n.d.

Miami Chapter Order of Demolay, Public Installation of Officers, Masonic Temple, Piqua, Ohio, March 2, 1963

6999

1963

Miami Citizen’s Calendar

1359

1980

Miami Citizen’s Calendar

1360

1981

Miami Citizen’s Calendar

1361

1982

Miami Citizen’s Calendar

1362

1983

Miami Citizen’s Calendar

1363

1984

Miami Citizen’s Calendar

1364

1986

Miami Citizen’s Calendar – sketches of Miami Co. Landmarks

1445

1982

Miami Citizens Calendar 1985 with drawings of local events such as: Fractured Follies, wine and cheese tasting, Johnston’s Farm, Versailles Poultry Festival, steam tractor displays, Miami County Fair, Mum Festival and Bradford Pumpkin Show.  The calendar is sponsored by Miami Citizens National Bank & Trust Co.

6913

1985

Miami Citizens Calendar 1987 – donated by James Perin – the calendar has daily weather notes, appointments and other information filled in for all twelve months.

8114

1987

Miami Citizens Calendar 1987 with drawings of local buildings by Jane Anson and sponsored by Miami Citizens National Bank & Trust Co.   

6914

1987

Miami Citizen’s National Bank & Trust – letter opener

1334

n.d.

Miami Citizen’s National Bank & Trust Money Bag

381

n.d.

Miami Citizen’s National Bank & Trust passbook

704

c.1970

Miami Citizens Calendar - 1985 - commissioned by Miami Citizens national Bank and Trust Company and printed in Piqua by Hammer Graphics, Inc. The calendar contains thirteen drawings of events in Miami County by Jane Anson (2 copies)

4751

1985

Miami Citizens Calendar - 1986 - commissioned by Miami Citizens national Bank and Trust Company and printed in Piqua by Hammer Graphics, Inc. The calendar contains thirteen drawings of events in Miami County by Jane Anson (1 copy).

4752

1986

Miami Citizens Calendar - 1987 - commissioned by Miami Citizens national Bank and Trust Company and printed in Piqua by Hammer Graphics, Inc. The calendar contains thirteen drawings of events in Miami County by Jane Anson (1 copy).

4753

1987

Miami Citizens Calendar (The) – 1981 – with pen and ink drawings of buildings and scenes in Miami County by Roger A. Blair

6056

1981

Miami Citizens Calendar (The) – 1982 – with pen and ink drawings of buildings and scenes in Miami County by Jane A. Anson

6057

1982

Miami Citizens Calendar (The) – 1983 – with pen and ink drawings of buildings and scenes in Miami County by Jane A. Anson

6058

1983

Miami Citizens Calendar (The) – 1984 – with pen and ink drawings of buildings and scenes in Miami County by Jane A. Anson

6059

1984

Miami Citizens Calendar (The) – 1987 – with pen and ink drawings of buildings and scenes in Miami County by Jane A. Anson

6060

1987

Miami Citizens Calendar- 1981- a 1981 calendar produced by the Marketing Department of Miami Citizens National Bank and Trust Company and printed in Piqua by Hammer Graphics, Inc.  The calendar contains thirteen drawings of locations in Miami County by Roger A. Blair. (2 copies)

4750

1981

Miami Citizens Calendar 1980 (The) – containing pen and ink drawings of buildings and places in the Miami Citizens National Bank business area

8026

1979

Miami Citizens Calendar 1982

3253

1982

Miami Citizens Calendar 1983

3254

1983

Miami Citizens Calendar 1984

3255

1984

Miami Citizens National Bank – photograph of the first meeting of the Twenty Year Club of Miami Citizens Bank held December 7, 1976. The individuals in the photograph are: Harry Oda, Dorothy Rhoades, Dorothy Millbourne, Bob Davis, Ruth Bryan, Percy Holloway, Maxine Staley, Mr. Trost (Tipp City), Norman Cathcart, Thelma Draving, Nancy Buholtz, Marie Taylor, Les McDonnell.  Attached is a letter from Martha J. Loughlin concerning Marie Taylor.

7527

1976, 2016

Miami Citzens National Bank – The Miami Citizens Calendar, 1983 – featuring 13 pen and ink drawings (one for each month plus the cover) by Jane A. Anston.  The drawings are of scenes or events from Miami County.

7636

1982

Miami Citizens National Bank & Trust Company Annual Report 1975

5894

1975

Miami Citizens National Bank and Trust Company 1985 Calendar featuring the pen and ink drawings of Piqua artist, Jane Anson.

7513

1985

Miami Citizens National Bank Annual Report 1979

3107

1979

Miami Co. Highway maps

4220

n.d.

Miami Conservancy District - "Think About water: A Teacher's Guide" by Edythe M. Lewis.

4789

1982

Miami Conservancy District – Job 3 Construction photographs - Lockington Dam – 69 – 8 ½” x 6 ½” b/w photos

8039

1918-1920

Miami Conservancy District – Jobs 1, 5 & 43 Construction photographs - other Dams – 4 – 8 ½” x 6 ½” b/w photos

8040

1920

Miami Conservancy District – Miscellaneous Construction photographs – the photos are not numbered – 69 – 8 ½” x 6 ½” b/w photos

8041

1920

Miami Conservancy District - Prospectus for $10,000,000 Miami Conservancy District, Ohio 5 1/2% Bonds, Dated 1 December 1917, due 1 December 1922.  Prospectus issued by Sweet, Causey, Foster & Co. Investment Bankers, Equitable Building, Ground Floor, Denver.`

5203

1917

Miami Conservancy District materials: [1] Map showing retarding basins behind the Miami Conservancy Dams in the Miami River Valley – c. 1920.  [2] Lest We Forget – a booklet produced by the Miami Conservancy District for the observance of the 34th Anniversary of the 1913 Flood and the creation of the Conservancy District.

5943

1920 & 1947

Miami Conservancy District vs. Clifford L. Alexander, et al., judgment papers - judgment in favor of the District

2497

1981

Miami Council #252 – letterhead

1085

c.1900

Miami County - "An Open Space Plan For Miami County" - submitted in 1991 by the Open Space Subcommittee to the Miami County Planning Commission.

4524

1991

Miami County - 1987 Miami Citizens National Bank Calendar, illustrated with drawings by Jane A. Anson of Tipp City.

4523

1987

Miami County – histories of Washington Township and Springcreek Township and biographical sketches of prominent individuals from Washington and Springcreek taken from The History of Miami County, Ohio Illustrated.  Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co., 1880.

6464

1880

Miami County – pen and ink portraits of famous Miami County residents taken from The History of Miami County, Ohio Illustrated.  Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co., 1880:  [1] Title page of the book; [2] Joseph G. Young; [3] Dr. M.W. Hays, M.D. [4] Dr. Horace Coleman, M.D.; [5] Col. A. H. Coleman; [6] Mary Caldwell (daughter of Matthew Caldwell) [7] Brig. Gen. John Webb; [8] N. H. Albaugh; [9] John H. Ramsey; [10] Dorothy Ramsey; [11] Charles Voorhis; [12] Mrs. Emma Voorhis; [13] Mrs. Malinda C. Voorhis; [14] John Schindler; [15] Sarah A. Schindler; [16] William J. Wiley; [17] James M. Dye; [18] B.F. Brown.

6461

1880

Miami County - Picture Yourself in Miami County, Ohio published by Miami County Visitors & Convention Bureau

4521

n.d.

Miami County - Program Analysis for the Miami County Court House, prepared by Hart, Ruetschle, Hart Architects.  This report was circulated to the Miami County Bar Association.

4525

1970

Miami County – Provisional League of Women Voters – This Is Miami County, published by The Provisional League of Women Voters of Miami County – 1972

7490

1972

Miami County – Rededication of the Miami County Court House, Troy, Ohio – Sunday, 24 October 1982 – program booklet.

6473

1982

Miami County - This is Miami County - Miami County history and government published by The Provisional League of Women Voters of Miami County.

4239

1972

Miami County - This is Miami County - published by The Provisional League of Women Voters of Miami County - 1972

4520

1972

Miami County - Time Treasures, Miami County, Ohio Visitors Guide, published by Miami County Visitors & Convention Bureau

4522

n.d.

Miami County Agricultural Society member's pass for 21st Annual Fair

2543

1867

Miami County Archeological Society – [1] two copies of the constitution of the society as revised in 1966 (the society was organized in 1961).  [2] A list of officers, committees and committee members for the years 1963-1964.  [3] A list of the members of the society with their addresses for the years 1963-1964.  [4] History of the society, 1961-1964.

8065

1963 & 1966

Miami County Bar Association - 4th Annual Picnic, Landman's Mill, 21 July 1938.   W. Sweet -photo

3775

1938

Miami County Bicentennial - letter & information

4537

2007

Miami County Bicentennial Band - 7 July, 2007 - names of volunteers, from Piqua Community, Piqua Civic, Tipp Community, and Troy Civic Band

4540

2007

Miami County Bicentennial Events - Milestones Pamphlets (Schedule of Events)

4533

2007

Miami County Bicentennial Events - Milestones Pamphlets (Schedule of Events)

4569

29-Jun-05

Miami County Bicentennial parking pass

4535

2007

Miami County Bicentennial, 1807-2007 Sheriff's History (2)

4532

2007

Miami County Board of Elections Official Results of Elections in Piqua 1991-2003

1968

1991-2003

Miami County Board of Realtors – 35th Anniversary booklet (copy) – 1944-1979

6234

1979

Miami County Business References taken from The History of Miami County, Ohio Illustrated.  Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co., 1880 – businesses and business owners are listed by township.  Also a population chart of Miami County by township and town or village for the years 1860, 1870 and 1880.

6463

1880

Miami County Business Review - 1998 published by TDN Publishing

4515

1998

Miami County Calendar

295

1978

Miami County Calendar (The) – 1978 – a pictorial representation of Miami County

6054

1978

Miami County Calendar (The) – 1979– a pictorial representation of Miami County

6055

1979

Miami County Calendar 1978 (The) – a pictorial representation of Miami County as conceived by the creativity of our photographers – produced by Miami Citizens National Bank & Trust Co.

8025

1977

Miami County Calendars 1978, 1979, 1980

2442

1978 - 1980

Miami County Centennial Celebration Banner: 4th of July -Fountain Park exercises, fireworks

4826

1876

Miami County Chapter American Red Cross Certificate of Honor

1595

1945

Miami County Chapters Red Cross 50th Anniversary Booklet (2)

1651

1967

Miami County Chapters Red Cross 5th Annual Report

1652

1973-1974

Miami County Chapters Red Cross Famine Relief Certificate

1648

1985

Miami County Community Guide

4570

28-Jun-05

Miami County Community Guide & Visitor's Reference, Spring, 2006

3895

2006

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – 1996 – produced by TDN Publishing Co.

5808

1996

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – 1999 – produced by TDN Publishing Co.

5809

1999

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – 2000 – produced by TDN Publishing Co.

5810

2000

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – 2002 – produced by TDN Publishing Co.

5811

2002

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – 2003 – produced by TDN Publishing Co.

5812

2003

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – 2004 – produced by TDN Publishing Co. and Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – Fall 2004 – produced by TDN Publishing Co.

5813

2004

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – 2005 – produced by TDN.NET

5814

2005

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – Spring 2006 – produced by TDN.NET

5815

2006

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – Spring 2007 – produced by TDN.NET

5816

2007

Miami County Community Guide and Visitors’ Reference – Spring 2008 – produced by TDN.NET

5817

2008

Miami County Community Guide, 1992

3135

1992

Miami County Community Guide, 1993

4495

1993

Miami County Community Guide, 1994

4281

1994

Miami County Community Guide, 1995

4496

1995

Miami County Community Guide, 1996

4497

1996

Miami County Community Guide, 1997

4498

1997

Miami County Community Guide, 1998

4499

1998

Miami County Community Guide, 1999

4500

1999

Miami County Community Profile:  Market Profile Analysis:  1987

3936

1987

Miami County Community Services Directory

5

1957

Miami County Convention and Visitors Bureau, “Pursue the Possibilities,” a brochure of things to do and see in Miami County with a map and descriptions listing 64 points of interest.

7719

c. 1990

Miami County Court House – 8” x 7 ½” black/white photograph – pre-1960

7544

n.d.

Miami County Court House - Rededication of the Miami County Court House, Troy, Ohio brochure.  Also, an article and photographs of the courthouse renovation from the Piqua Daily Call

3504

24-Oct-82

Miami County Court House Rededication Program - 24 October 1982 (4 copies)

4287

1982

Miami County Court House Rededication program 24 October 1982

3111

1982

Miami County Court House Rededication program 24 October 1982 [2 copies]

2797

1982

Miami County Courthouse and Powerhouse Restoration:  Feasibility Study - June 1976

3954

1976

Miami County Courthouse Rededication photographs – 3 July 1998 (13)

7409

1998

Miami County Courthouse, Troy, Ohio - photograph - Piqua Daily Call, March 1977

4297

1977

Miami County Courthouse, Troy, Ohio “Survival . . . and Revival – A county-wide, gifted high school student project chronicling the restoration and history of the Miami County Courthouse.  Published by TDN Publishing Company, Troy

6257

1998

Miami County Directory, 1997

4501

1997

Miami County Emergency Services – Fire Prevention Parade, Piqua, Ohio, October 2, 1971 – parade program

6866

1971

Miami County Engineers 1825 to 2015

7335

2015

Miami County Engineer's Office Survey Book, 1913-1917

3951

1913-1917

Miami County Fair '98 - supplement to the Piqua Daily Call

4517

1998

Miami County Fair Cookbook photos #1 (mugs): (1) Shary Weldy (2) Brenda Wolfe (3) Ila Millhouse (4) Terri DeRyke (5) Tony Smith (6) Michelle Pearson (7) Elaine Davis (8) Janel DeVilbiss (9) Robin Garrett (10) Shari Wogoman

4266

n.d.

Miami County Fair Cookbook photos #2 (mugs):  (1)Debbie Fisher (2) Pamela Hoctel (3) Missy Brown (4) Lauraetta J. Wilhelm (5) Sue Hacker (6) Diane Littlejohn (7)Shelah Mendelson (8) Julie Guillozet (9) Jill Deeter (10) Ann Francis

4267

n.d.

Miami County Fair Cookbook photos #3 (mugs): (1) Joy Brown (2) Sharon Meyer (3) Kim Weills (4) Marilyn Hoover (5) Becky Parke (6) Pam Drieling (7) Nancy Hiser (8) Tami Baird (9) Lindy Neff (10) Susan Butts

4268

n.d.

Miami County Fair Cookbook photos #4 (mugs): (1) Heidi Hubbard (2) Debbie Weills (3) Kim Arnold (4) Candy Finfrock (5) Janice Hamman (6) Marcella Rose (7) Robert & Miriam Davis

4269

n.d.

Miami County Fair decals and bumper stickers

4842

2004

Miami County Fair King & Queen Contest program – Saturday, August 9, 7:00 p.m., Jr. Fair Tent.

6899

1986

Miami County Fair poster, August 13-19

4857

N.D.

Miami County Fair Premium Book - 1993

3242

1993

Miami County Fair Premium List – 1987

5823

1987

Miami County Fair Premium List – 2003

5828

2003

Miami County Fair Premium List – 2005

5833

2005

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call – 10 August 1995 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule

5825

1995

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call – 10 August 1994 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule

5832

1994

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call – 13 August 1999 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule

5827

1999

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call – 6 August 2006 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule

5834

2006

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call – 8 August 1996 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule

5826

1996

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call – 9 August 1988 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule

5822

1988

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call and Troy Daily News – August 2004 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule.  Also, Miami County Fair Premium List – 2004

5829

2004

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call and Troy Daily News – August 2007 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule.  Also, Miami County Fair Premium List

2007

5830

2007

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call and Troy Daily News – August 2008 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule.  Also, Miami County Fair Premium List – 2008

5831

2008

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call and Troy Daily News – August 2010 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule.  Also, Miami County Fair Premium List

2010

5835

2010

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call and Troy Daily News – 6 August 2011 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule.  Also, Miami County Fair Premium List

2011

5836

2011

Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Troy Daily News – 12 August 1992 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule.  Also Miami County Fair Special Supplement to the Piqua Daily Call – 13 August 1992 – it includes the Judging and Activities Schedule.

5824

1992

Miami County Fair, racing program

2578

1935

Miami County Fair, Troy, Ohio, August 12-18, 2011 – 8 decal stickers advertising the fair.

5777

2011

Miami County Fertilizer Co., Piqua, advertising postcard, October 29, 1938

2558

1938

Miami County Forest Resources:  Ohio Forest Survey Report by Nelson Schlemmer - January 1941

3939

1941

Miami County Foundation – thank you from the Sculptures on the Square Committee, 2005, Troy for funding a trophy and a thank you from the Piqua City Schools for a grant to fund a mobile classroom.

8028

2005

Miami County Foundation from G.I.V.E., Inc. – a series of 31 photographs documenting the construction of the G.I.V.E., Inc. building from the receipt of the deed to the property, at 1000 Mote Dr., Covington, Ohio.  These photos were presented to the Miami County Foundation in grateful appreciation for the monetary support the company received from the Foundation.  The company provides medical equipment and supplies such as wheelchairs, hospital beds and other items.

8032

n.d.

Miami County General Business Review for 1890 – a copy

5449

1890

Miami County General Review

1230

1890

Miami County Government certificate presented to Piqua High School to accompany a Ohio Bicentennial 2003 Presentation of a Miami County Flag.

7214

2003

Miami County Highway Map

4100

1960

Miami County Highway Map - compliments of Arthur Haddad, County Engineer.

3226

n.d.

Miami County Historical & Genealogical Society Annual Membership Meeting, Monday, November 16, 2015 – program

7361

2015

Miami County Historical & Genealogical Society Annual Membership Meeting held Monday, November 21, 2016 at the Johnston Farm & Indian Agency Museum – program

7575

2016

Miami County Historical and Genealogical Society – program for the 20th Annual Routes to Roots Workshop held March 7, 2015 at the Fort Piqua Plaza Conference Center, Piqua, Ohio.  Also a letter of thanks from the society to the contributors to the workshop.

7150

2015

Miami County Historical and Genealogical Society – receipt written to John T. Carpenter for a $100 building fund donation and a letter of thanks written by Leo Rasor, Treasurer of the organization – November 29, 2000

7797

2000

Miami County Historical and Genealogical Society 22nd Annual Routes for Roots Workshop, March 18, 2017 held at the Fort Piqua Plaza Conference Center, Piqua, OH – program

7672

2017

Miami County Historical and Genealogical Society History CD.  This CD contains all of the society's newsletters, history and history of members families.

5030

2009

Miami County Historical Society Program for annual meeting

1474

1985

Miami County Hospital Review Task Force:  Summary Report - 31 May 1994

3938

1994

Miami County Human Services Directory

7302

2013

MIAMI COUNTY INDUSTRY special publication of Troy Daily News. PROGRESS and VISIONS special publication of the Piqua Daily Call

1953

1995 - 2003

Miami County Land Tax records – Duplicate of Land Tax for the year 1824 for all of Miami County, Ohio – 66 pages

7764

1824

Miami County Map

390

n.d.

Miami County Map – 11 ½” x 11 ½” – issued by Thomas C. Freshour, Republican Candidate for Miami County Engineer as part of his campaign literature.  The map is 1956 and shows the route of a proposed new U.S. Route 25 which was later built as Interstate 75.

6712

1956

Miami County Map-Bridge Levy

244

1961

Miami County Maps (2):  Map of Miami Co. compliments of M.A. Gantz, Democratic Candidate for County Engineer; Miami County Road Map - 1929

4202

1929

Miami County Medical Society Auxiliary Program

1485

1981

Miami County Mental Health Association and Miami County Children’s Services – “Pierre the Pelican” program for giving suggestions to young parents about their first children.

5371

1974-1978

Miami County Milestones Bicentennial Celebration, 1807-2007: Miami County Bicentennial Events – brochure

5936

2007

Miami County Milk Bottle Assoc. Tokens (2)

813

n.d.

Miami County Names, Addresses, Phone Numbers, Location & Maps booklet for 1978

2617

1978

Miami County Park District, History of Maple Ridge Entrance at Stillwater Prairie Reserve, by John Virgint

5762

2011

Miami County Parks

391

1980’s

Miami County Picnic Program – Bicentennial Celebration

1046

1932

Miami County Plat Directories - 1988 (3)

4554

1988

Miami County Precinct Map

3231

1956

Miami County prints of pen and ink drawings: [1] The Miami County Court-House, Troy, c. 1890; [2] Piqua – Drawn by Henry Howe in 1846; [3] Piqua – C. A. Gale, Photo, Piqua, 1886 – this drawing was made from a C. A. Gale photograph.

7779

1846, 1886, c. 1890

Miami County Quilt Barn Calendars for the years 2007, 2008 and 2010

7671

2007, 2008, 2010

Miami County Rehabilitation Center: Press Release on dedication of new Developmental Disabilities School, various publications

3949

1973-1976

Miami County Republican Convention brochures:  [1] 1990, [2] 1994

6297

1990, 1994

Miami County Republican Convention, Edison State Community College, March 11, 2018 – program, delegate badge and candidate campaign materials.

7917

2018

Miami County Republican Officials Fan

382

50’s-60’s

Miami County Republican Party letterhead-lists committee members

1407

1917

Miami County Restaurants and Shopping - brochure produced by the Miami County Convention and Visitors Bureau - 2 copies

4245

2001

Miami County Road & City Map

392

1960’s

Miami County Road & City Map

397

1975-76

Miami County Road Map

395

1977

Miami County Road Map

405

1970’s

Miami County Road Map

416

c.1930’s

Miami County Road Map

423

c.1981-84

Miami County Road Map

424

1960’s

Miami County Road Map - shows townships

4101

1941

Miami County Road map c. 1930s

5552

c. 1930s

Miami County Route 48 – a two page spread on Route 48 in Miami County in the Miami Valley Sunday News, June 1, 1986

6260

1986

Miami County Rural Handbook and Buyers Guide, published by Rural Directories, Inc., Toledo, OH 1948

3065

1948

Miami County Sabbath/Sunday School information

4188

1895-1904

Miami County Safety Building – Open House and Dedication program, Saturday, May 31, 1975

6216

1975

Miami County Safety Building Dedication Program, 31 May 1975

3113

1975

Miami County Safety Building, Open House and Dedication - 31 May 1975 - program

4526

1975

Miami County Schools Annual Report: [1] 1985  and [2] 1986

4518

1985 & 1986

Miami County Section/township Range

406

n.d.

Miami County Selectees – Battery A 324 F.A. Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, OH

1318

1918

Miami County Soldiers of the (American) Revolution, 1776 – published by the Troy American Bicentennial Commission, Inc., Troy, OH

7675

1976

Miami County Soldiers of the American Revolution and where they are buried

2506

1975

Miami County Soldiers of the Revolution, by Troy American Bicentennial Commission

4206

1976

Miami County Soldiers of the Revolution, by Troy American Bicentennial Commission

4283

1976

Miami County Solid Waste Management District:  Revised Draft for Public Comment; Solid Waste Management Plan Update.

3952

1996

Miami County Sunday School Convention program – April 26, 1942

7481

1942

Miami County Sunday School Convention program – May 2, 1943

7482

1943

Miami County Textiles Troy- Hayner Cultural Center 2 programs

1569

2002

Miami County Township Map

1381

c.1937

Miami County Township/Road Map

396

1970

Miami County Visitors & Convention Bureau – “2014-2015 Visitors Guide”

7376

2014

Miami County Visitors & Convention Bureau, Packaged Travel Planner – this booklet was produced by Kay Hamilton, Group Tour Specialist to attract bus tours and other group tours to Miami County.

6074

c. 2000

Miami County Visitors and Convention Bureau, 2008-2009 Visitors Guide Miami County Ohio

5665

2008

Miami County Visitors and Convention Bureau, 2009-2010 Visitors Guide Miami County Ohio

5666

2009

Miami County Visitor's Bureau Brochure

1861

c.1980’s

Miami County, History of - Part I

3343

1917

Miami County, Ohio – “Educational Directory of Miami County, 1961-1962”

7754

1961

Miami County, Ohio – Reprinted from Henry Howe’s Historical Collections of Ohio, by Barbara Rebok, A Plus Printing Company, Tucson, Arizona – Barbara Rebok is the great granddaughter of Henry Howe

7785

n.d.

Miami County, Ohio , 1992 Condensed Annual Financial Report

4483

1992

Miami County, Ohio 1994 Condensed Annual Financial Report

4484

1994

Miami County, Ohio 1995 Commissioners Annual Report

4486

1995

Miami County, Ohio 1995 Condensed Annual Financial Report

4485

1995

Miami County, Ohio 1997 Condensed Annual Financial Report.

4487

1997

Miami County, Ohio Farm Handbook and Buyers Guide, 1957, Published by Rural Directories, Inc, Toledo, Ohio

3193

1957

Miami County, Ohio Farm Plat Book & Directory

6083

1967

Miami County, Ohio Highway Map – Arthur D. Haddad, County Engineer, Adam Wilgus, Luther Rike, Herschel Straker, County Commissioners.

5926

n.d.

Miami County, Ohio Road Map – 1941

5527

1941

Miami County, Ohio Visitors Guide – 2002-2003 - a publication of the Miami County Visitors and Convention Bureau

5821

2002

Miami County, Ohio Visitors Guide – 2004-2005 - a publication of the Miami County Visitors and Convention Bureau

5820

2004

Miami County, Ohio, Plat Book - 1978

2976

1978

Miami County, Ohio, Plat Book and Index of Owners 1974

3034

1974

Miami County, Soil Survey of Miami County, Ohio,  U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service, January 1978

3064

1978

Miami County:  Comprehensive Annual Financial Report - 1996

3935

1996

Miami County:  Individual County Report Card, State of Ohio; Published by Strategic Planners Alliance, Columbus, Ohio

3957

1998

Miami County:  Soil Survey by U.S. Department of Agriculture - January 1978

3958

1978

Miami County: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

3929

1992

Miami County: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

3930

1991

Miami County: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

3931

1989

Miami County: Open Space Plan:  Submitted by the Open Space Subcommittee to the Miami County Planning Commission, March 1991

3945

1991

Miami County-list of public employees in northern Miami Co. and their salaries

4576

c. 1997

Miami County-list of public employees in northern Miami Co. and their salaries

4577

c. 1998

Miami County-poll record (copy)

4222

1818

Miami Democrat, 10 April 1875 (located in drawer #10 of map files)

1922

1875

Miami East High School – Graduation Exercises Program, Class of 1960 – 22 May 1960

6409

1960

Miami East High School- North Central Evaluation April 1990

2001

1990

Miami East High School North Central Evaluation packet - Social Studies

2459

1990

Miami Foundry Co. – (pos.) – photo

747

c.1920

Miami Foundry Co. Employees – photo

661

22 Sept. 1924

Miami Helmet

1219

7 June 1881

Miami Helmet (The), vol. 21 no. 5, 20 January 1898

6080

1898

Miami Helmet-Jan. 19, 1899

4591

19 Jan-1899

Miami Industries, Piqua: United Steelworker’s Contract

139

1988

Miami Leader - "Carrier's Address to the patrons of The Miami Leader 1 January 1885 by Rob Smiley, carrier.

4479

1885

Miami Maid Bread salesman’s Christmas Card and advertising brochure from the era of World War II.  It features a very scantily clad young lady.

7967

c. 1943

Miami Motorist, The – publication of the Miami County Automobile Club – Vol. 1, No. 7, January 1920

5918

1920

Miami Post - Photograph

2110

c.1890

Miami Post – women – photograph

733

c.1900

Miami Queen canal boat photograph framed

1337

c.1890

Miami River – Skating on: Photo

845

c.1900

Miami River Corridor Plan and maps, July 1976

2427

1976

Miami River engraving (copy) 3 pc.

936

1831

Miami Union newspaper - March 13, 1947 (Trial of Don Lee Reid

4348

1947

Miami University Graduation Announcement, 13 June 1932 - Helen Louise Stafford card and note

3297

1932

Miami Valley businesses-2004 Guide

4607

2004

Miami Valley Centre Grand Opening brochure – September 7-11, 1988

5606

1988

Miami Valley Centre layout

1454

1989

Miami Valley Centre Mall advertising poster (laminated) – “Elvis is in The Building!  Thursday, August 9, [2013] FREE CONCERT” – featuring Anthony Von and John Cigan from Ontario, Canada.

6732

2013

Miami Valley Centre Mall Opening - special section in the Piqua Daily Call 9 September 1988

2629

1988

Miami Valley Co-Operative Milk Producers Association - 220 Spring St. - Photograph of John Small and Bernard Miller.

3530

1926

Miami Valley Council on Genealogy & History Speaker's Bureau Catalog - 1984 - a listing of speakers and their topics

2896

1984

Miami Valley Cycling Summit, May 29, 2015, Piqua, Ohio – two advertising cards

7216

2015

MIAMI VALLEY HISTORY - A Journal of the Montgomery County Historical Society

1957

1989 & 1991

Miami Valley League Track & Field Program

1211

1931

Miami Valley Population & Income Study

1425

1977

Miami Valley Railway Co. – printing samples

1092

c.1900

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map A - Traffic Analysis Zones

3918

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map B - Average Daily Traffic (1990 Existing)

3919

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map C - Average Daily Traffic (2015 + committed)

3920

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map D - Average Daily Traffic (2015 Long Range Plan)

3921

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map E - Level of Service (1990 Existing

3922

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map F - Lever of Service (2015 Existing and Committed)

3923

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map G - Level of Service (2015 Long Range Plan)

3924

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map H - Vision and Long Range Roadway Projects

3925

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map I - Vision and Long Range Trolley Route Extensions

3926

1994

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Map J - Vision and Long Range Bikeway Corridor Plan

3927

1994

Miami- Valley Regional Planning Commission Reports

1531

2000

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission's Transportation Vision and Long Range Transportation Plan - 1994

3917

1994

Miami Valley Sunday News 23 March 1980 - "Remembering an almost forgotten pioneer" - John Gearhart

4504

1980

Miami Valley Sunday News, 10 April 1988 - "Garland, Ohio"

4505

1988

Miami Valley Sunday News, 13 March 1988 - "Ragtown"

4507

1988

Miami Valley Sunday News, 14 September 1896 - "Memories - Look Back to the way the county used to be

4503

1986

Miami Valley Sunday News, 17 April 1988 - "Circle Hill"

4510

1988

Miami Valley Sunday News, 21 September 1986 - "Memories: W. P. Orr Linseed Oil Co., Dillbone Massacre Memorial, Staunton, Staley Mill"

4506

1986

Miami Valley Sunday News, 23 September 1996 - "On the Road" - State Route 571

4516

1996

Miami Valley Sunday News, 25 January 1998 - "Horizons"

4514

1998

Miami Valley Sunday News, 28 February 1988 - "Abe"

4511

1988

Miami Valley Sunday News, 3 April 1988 - "Kessler"

4508

1988

Miami Valley Sunday News, 3 March 1996 - "A Road by Any Other Name . . ."

4513

1996

Miami Valley Sunday News, 7 February 1988 - "Blind Corner"

4512

1988

Miami Valley Sunday News, 8 March 1988 - "Pattytown"

4509

1988

Miami Valley Sunday News, Sunday Living Section – with a reprint of the front page of the Piqua Daily Call, December 24, 2005 and an article about Ron Manson and his donation of the 1958 Christmas Parade photograph

5643.6

2005

Miami Valley Veterans Museum Re-Dedication Ceremony, November 11, 2011 – program – Museum is located at 107 W. Main St., Troy, Ohio

5963

2011

Miami/Shelby county map

4847

2008

Miami’s Citizen Calendar

1365

1987

Miami's Erie Canal photos and negatives (24) of the excavation of Lock #10, Farrington Rd., 13 June 1982

3820

1982

Mickler Fire

458

1930

Mickler’s Department Store sales slip dated May 3, 1919

6140

1919

Mid-Continent Properties - artistic renderings of the exterior of five versions of The Hiawatha house design.  The house was a three bedroom, one bath, living room, kitchen-dining room with a single car garage.

4801

c. 1965

Mid-Continent Properties - artist's rendering of the interior and exterior of an optional family room/patio addition to go on the back of Mid-Continent houses at the time of initial construction.

4800

c. 1975

Mid-Continent Properties - artist's renderings of the exterior of three versions of The Roanoke house design.  The house was a three bedroom, one bath, living room, dining-kitchen, with a single car garage.

4799

c. 1965

Middleswart Camera Shop, 210 N. Main St., Piqua, Ohio – Photograph envelope, c. 1920

7204

c. 1920

Middleswart Camera Shop, Opposite Y.M.C.A., Piqua, Ohio – photo envelope

7444

No date

Middleswart Studio, Piqua, Oh. - picture of man, seated & woman, standing

3419

c.1936

Mileage Ration Card - Mary Mitchell, December 13, 1944, Office of Price Administration

2554

1944

Miles, Chidsey - Scrapbook prepared by his daughter, Mrs. Erbes

4531

c. 1945

Military Map of the U.S. Union Pacific R.R. (camps, posts, bases)

430

1945

Military Pass issued to J. Harrison Smith at the time of the 1913 Flood.

4782

1913

Miller - Mary Miller - copies of a series of letters to Mary Miller.  Mary Miller was evidently an employee of the Plaza Hotel, a student at the Ideal Business School and a resident of Covington, Ohio.  Letter #1 is from a man named "John" who lived in Piqua and discussed the closing the Piqua Plant of American Sheet and Tin Plate Co.  Letter #2 is from a man named "Peck" who lived in Oklahoma City and apparently had a romantic interest in Mary. Letter #3 was from J. Haynes in Chicago who hoped to come and see her.  Letter #4 was from Ideal Business School concerning payment for books and tuition.  Letters #5 & 6 were from "B" in Indianapolis, also evidently a romantic interest.  Letter #7 was from Arthur Cranston, a traveling vaudeville performer.  Letter #8 is from R. W. Shuman of Chicago advising Mary not to come to Chicago but at the same time informing her of a job opportunity should she decide to move.  #9 is a copy of a Plaza Hotel envelope.

4760

1910-1911

Miller Family photographs:  [1] Dorothy Miller Applegett and her cousin Walter Kantorski, c. 1939.  [2] Nell Miller (left) wrapping bandages for the Red Cross during World War II.  [3] Bill Madden, brother of Nell Madden Miller.  [4] Charles Miller and Dorothy Miller Applegett, brother and sister in 1939. [5] George G. Miller & sister.  The child is Barbara (Bobbi) Miller McConnell, George Miller’s granddaughter, c. 1939.  [6] George G. Miller’s mother, Mrs. Anna Pryzbyz, back row 2nd from left.  Buffalo, N.Y. c. 1939

6199

various

Miller G.C.- Groceries (flyers)

61

1950’s

Miller- Meteor Hearse photos (2) from Tow Bridge Collection SC-34

1509

c.1960

Miller Meteor Information Request & picture of 1977 ambulance

3216

1977

Miller Meteor-photograph 1926 (located in drawer #10 of map files)

2009

1926

Miller School, Rush Creek, Springcreek Township - photos (2): [1] 1897, teachers Winnie Wiley & Mabel Aspinaugh, [2] Class and teacher, not identified.

3857

1897, c.1895

Miller, Bernard - reflections of Bernard Miller on the building of the Plaza Hotel.  This paper was written late in Mr. Miller's life contains some factual inaccuracies such as his interconnecting events surrounding the building of the hotel in 1890-91 with the 1914 renovation of the hotel.  The document was donated by his niece, Mrs. Virginia Vetter.

5050

n.d.

Miller, Dorothy Louise - Piqua High School diploma - Class of 1937

4530

1937

Miller, John:  his Will

1866

n.d.

Miller-Meteor Advertising Poster

4401

c. 1970's

Miller-Meteor Print Advertisement

1612

1972

Millhouse – funeral card for Annis D. Millhouse, died March 22, 1922.  Age 62 years.

6551

1922

Millhouse – Two unidentified photographs of family groups found in with photos of the Millhouse, Freeman and Saylor families.  [1] Man, woman and three girls ranging in age from 10 to 15.  The family is on the front porch of their home.  C. 1920  [2] Man, woman, boy (age approx. 10) and three girls (ages 15, 5, 3 approx.) – this photo was taken at National Studio in Joliet, IL c. 1915

6566

c. 1915 &

 c. 1920

Millhouse Cemetery: Springcreek Township, Section 27: off Snodgrass Rd: in a field to the rear of a farmhouse – 801 Snodgrass Rd., Miami County, Ohio – currently the Kimes residence – in these records are a list of the burials and photographs of the cemetery and grave stones.

5955

2012

Millhouse Reunion photograph – c. 1920

6565

c. 1920

Millhouse, Charles – Division of Health, Department of Welfare, City of Dayton, OH giving Charles Millhouse permission is sell milk to be pasteurized for use in the City of Dayton, Ohio – 1942 and 1943.  Certificate issued following dairy inspection by Health Department.

6578

1942 & 1943

Millhouse, Charles – Farm and dairy account book for Charles Millhouse farm, R.R. #3, Covington, OH – 1930-1942.  This book records mainly the produce sold from the farm (milk, corn, calves, etc.)

6574

1930-1942

Millhouse, Charles – Miscellaneous documents:  [1] Gestation Table for calves.  (2) Bill dated February 10, 1932 frin Dr. I. C. Kiser, M.D., 315 N. Wayne St., Piqua for $15.00 for professional services and medicines.  [3] Paid receipt from R. I. Lenox Wall Paper and Picture Frames, Piqua, Ohio.  Receipt is dated January 16, 1945

6582

1932 & 1945

Millhouse, Charles – monthly statement of the amount of milk delivered from the Charles Millhouse farm to Borden’s Finch Farms Dairy – 1941-1943

6579

1941-43

Millhouse, Charles – Receipts for grain delivered to S. J. Rudy and Sons grain elevator in Covington.  1935-1937

6577

1935-37

Millhouse, Charles – receipts for items purchased from Borden’s Finch Farms dairy – 1943

6580

1943

Millhouse, Charles – Receipts for items purchased from the Miami Valley Co-operative Milk Producers Association. 1942-1943

6576

1942-43

Millhouse, Charles – Reports from the Milk Marketing Department of The Miami Valley Cooperative Milk Producers Association, Dayton, OH stating prices to be paid for various grades of milk – 1942-1943

6575

1942-43

Millhouse, Charles – Settlement Statement and check stub for milk delivered to Borden’s Finch Farms dairy.  The check is from The Miami Valley Co-operative Milk Producers Ass’n, 136 Maple St., Dayton, Ohio.  The checks were issued monthly.  1941-1942

6581

1941-42

Millhouse, Edward and Emma Millhouse and their first child Alfred approx.. age 5 years.  Photo taken in the Matthews Studio, Piqua, OH and mounted as a cabinet photo – c. 1890

6561

c. 1890

Mills Brothers - "Public Dedication Mills Brothers Memorial Public Square Piqua, Ohio" program autographed by Mr. Donald Mills

1958

1990

Mills Brothers - "The Mills Bros. Great Hits" stereo LP album cover

4961

c. 1970

Mills Brothers – “Public Dedication Mills Brothers Memorial Public Square Piqua, Ohio, Sunday, June 3, 1990” program

7466

1990

Mills Brothers – 5” x 7” black/white photograph of the original Mills Brothers: Don, Herbert, Harry, John. 

7623

c. late 1920’s

Mills Brothers – 5”x7” black/white glossy photographs of the June 2, 1990 reception for Donald Mills at the Piqua County Club – 8 photos

7964

1990

Mills Brothers – 5”x7” black/white glossy photos of the dedication of the Mills Brothers Memorial on the Public Square in Piqua (3) – June 3, 1990

7966

1990

Mills Brothers - autographed photograph of Herbert, Donald and Harry Mills when they performed as a trio.  This is a publicity photo by Creative Management Associates

4949

n.d.

Mills Brothers - autographs of the three brothers as a trio - Herbert Mills, Donald Mills, Harry Mills - signed on the inside of a "Tommy Henrich Steak House" table advertising card.

5080

N.D.

Mills Brothers – copy of an early picture of the four Mills brothers – written across the picture is “The Mills Brothers and Vapex thank you!”

7978

c. late 1920’s

Mills Brothers – Invitation to the reception at the Piqua Country Club honoring Donald F. Mills of the Mills Brothers – June 2, 1990

7960

1990

Mills Brothers – John and Donald Mills of the Mills Brothers – publicity photo provided by Henry Miller Associates, Inc., Encino, CA.

7962

1990

Mills Brothers - Memories Nice and Easy - a six 33 1/3 rpm long playing record set manufactured by RCA for The Reader's Digest Association in 1979.  The set contains 72 songs by The Mills Brothers.

5192

1979

MILLS BROTHERS - News letter, "Remembering the Mills Brothers.

1959

1995 - 2002

Mills Brothers - paper autographed by John Mills, Sr., Donald Mills, Herbert Mills and Harry Mills - page from an autograph book

4903

N.D.

Mills Brothers – program for the concert given by John & Donald Mills of the Mills Brothers, May 8, 1991 – the program is autographed by Donald Mills of the Mills Brothers and his son John Mills

6328

1991

Mills Brothers – Public Dedication Mills Brothers Memorial, Public Square, Piqua, Ohio, Sunday, June 3, 1990, 2 p.m. – program – the program is autographed by Mr. Donald Mills.

7648

1990

Mills Brothers - Public Dedication of the Mills Brothers Memorial on the Public Square, Piqua, Ohio - photographs

2040

1990

Mills Brothers – Public Dedication of the Mills Brothers Memorial on the Public Square, Piqua, June 3, 1990 – 2 programs and a memorial coin.

7961

1990

Mills Brothers - Remembering the Mills Brothers, newsletter of the Mills Brothers Society, published 4 times per year beginning in 1995.  The following issues are on file:  1996-vol.2 No.'s 2 & 3; 1997-vol.3 No.'s 1, 2 & 4; 1998-vol.4 No.'s 1-4; 1999-vol.5 No.'s1, 2 & 3; 2000-vol.6 No.'s1,2 & 3; 2002-vol.8 No.'s 2, 3 & 4.

3734

1996 - 2002

Mills Brothers – sheet music to “Glow-Worm”, music by Paul Lincke, original lyrics by Lilla C. Robinson, published by Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 1952

7393

1952

Mills Brothers - Stereo LP Album Cover "Count Basie & The Mills Brothers: The Board of Directors"

4960

1967

Mills Brothers - The Mills are Back - poster advertising a concert by John and Donald Mills of the Mills Brothers - 17 November 1992 at Piqua High School

4948

1992

Mills Brothers - The Mills Brothers were the fastest "click" in radio history - a photograph and article about the four original Mills Brothers

4947

n.d.

Mills Brothers – two 5”x7” photos taken at Piqua High School before and during the concert by John and Donald Mills – June 2, 1990.  In one photo Donald Mills is shaking hands with Matt Bogart, the recipient of the first Mills Brothers Scholarship.

7965

1990

Mills Brothers – Ultra High Fidelity Dot 45 r.p.m. record – side 1 is the Mills Brothers recording of “Cab Driver” – side 2 is the Mills Brothers recording of “Fortuosity”.

7650

n.d.

Mills Brothers- audio cassette- BBC2 Broadcast in the series "Star Spangled Voices" 7 Oct 1996

2002

1996

Mills Brothers Day - Proclamation signed by Piqua Mayor Lucinda L. Fess, proclaiming 3 June 1992 to be Mills Brothers Day In The City Of Piqua.

5022

1992

Mills Brothers Dedication Ceremony photographs (9 photos) and a Mills Brothers Dedication Ceremony commemorative coin.

5669

1990

Mills Brothers Home – photo- donation by Robert G. Neth

360

1925

Mills Brothers Home- corner Greene & Spring St. – photo

638

c.1920

Mills Brothers Memorial Dedication poster

4946

1990

Mills Brothers Memorial Dedication, 3 June 1990, [1] Program and materials from the file of David Vollette at the Chamber of Commerce. [2] Complete copy of Piqua Daily Call, Monday, 4 June 1990 with article and photographs of the event.

3116

1990

Mills, Hebert - Herb Mills Fishing Tackle advertising

2640

c. 1940

Milton-Union High School Jr./Sr. Prom and Banquet booklets

1900

1945

Minabelle - Picture and career highlights of Minabelle Hutchins

2708

1976

Minnich, Herman - Documents [1] Photograph, Navy Recruit Training Company 169 A5, Camp Perry, VA. December 1944.  [2] Certificate of initiation into the Solemn Mysteries of the Ancient Order of the Deep - for crossing the equator on board the U.S.S. Birmingham - CL 62 - 18 March 1946.  [3] Hand drawn map of the travels of Seaman 2nd Class Herman Minnich.  [4] Certificate from the U.S. Air Force for voluntary service in the Ground Observer Corps.  1 January 1959.

5640

 

Minniear, Charles: promotion in U.S. Army from private to corporal

4633

1918

Minster Fire Insurance Association Policy

1872

1908

Minstrel Show programs: [1] "Gentlemen of Color: A Minstrel Jubilee" presented by the Piqua Hi-Y Club, 17 April 1925 in the Piqua High School Auditorium.  A ticket stub is attached to the program.  [2] "Minstrel Mimics: A Down-to-date Musical Revue" presented by the Piqua Varsity Club, 29 & 30 March 1926 in the Piqua High School Auditorium.

5303

1925 & 1926

Minton, Alma - photo

3668

c. 1900

Minutes of the Huntersville, Ohio Town Council 20 April 1875 to 30 November 1892

5247

1875-1892

Miscellaneous Documents:  [1] Rhymens of a Red Cross Man – Service: Service–book cover and fly leaf – written inside is “F. P. Geyer, Little Rock, Ark. November 17, 1917.” [2] Program: The One Hundred & Fiftieth Anniversary of Hollis, N.H. Sept. 1st 1880. [3] Engraving: “General Marion feast the British officer of sweet potatoes.” [4] Engraving and brief history of Peoria, IL, 1852.  [5] Engraving: “View of San Francisco from Telegraph Hill” – 1851.

1916

n.d.

Miscellaneous Documents:  [1] Rhymens of a Red Cross Man – Service: Service–book cover and fly leaf – written inside is “F. P. Geyer, Little Rock, Ark. November 17, 1917.” [2] Program: The One Hundred & Fiftieth Anniversary of Hollis, N.H. Sept. 1st 1880. [3] Engraving: “General Marion feast the British officer of sweet potatoes.” [4] Engraving and brief history of Peoria, IL, 1852.  [5] Engraving: “View of San Francisco from Telegraph Hill” – 1851.

1916

various 

Misdemeanors of Nancy (The) by Eleanor Hoyt, Illustrated by Penrhyn Stanlaws, New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1903

4989.6

1903

Miss Miami land Pageant Program (3rd Annual)

1148

1961

Miss Miamiland Pageant: Copy of the program for “The Miss Miamiland Pageant, Presented by the Chamber of Commerce, Piqua, Ohio, June 23-24, 1961, Official Preliminary of the Miss America Pageant”

5691

1961

Miss Miamiland Pageant: Copy of the program for “The Miss Miamiland Pageant, Presented by the Chamber of Commerce, Piqua, Ohio, June 23-24, 1961, Official Preliminary of the Miss America Pageant”

7537

1961

Mission:  Veterans to DC - A folder containing materials relating to “Mission: Veterans to DC” and including the following:

  • Book – WWII Memorial: Jewel of the Mall
  • “Pro Piqua Focus”, Spring 2008 devoted entirely to “Honoring our WWII Veterans”
  • A letter to the community explaining the program and asking for support.
  • A “Mission: World War II Veterans of Miami County Trip to Washington, DC” book mark with program explanation.
  • Two copies of the Detailed Budget for the May 2-4, 2008 trip.
  • A copy of the “Final Checklist for Mission: Veterans to DC”
  • A letter detailing the final plans for Mission: Veterans to DC and dated January 4, 2013.  Plans for an expo at Piqua Junior High on June 15, 2013.
  • Six newspaper articles from the Piqua Daily Call.

6704

2008-2013

Mitchel, William B. - Company C, 147th Regiment, OVI - a letter from his sister Lizzie - 29 Mary 1864

2077

1864

Mitchell, Mary – Membership Cards – Red Cross, Historical Societies

693

1942-1977

Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth, scrapbook items: [1] Solicitation card for the "Fifth War Loan Drive.: [2] Birthday card from Charlotte.  [3] Funeral Notice for Harry M. Redman, 25 February 1860.  [4] George C. Dietrich recognition Dinner Program, 5 June 1934.  [5] Flower card from Smith Greenhouse.  [6] Doris B. Merryman, Department President Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, picture and prayer.  [7]Piqua brochure and envelope, "Piqua Honors the Thousands from Miami County Who Serve," 25 May 1944.  [8] Letter appointing Miss Mitchell to Miami County Sesquicentennial Committee from Governor Frank J. Lausche, 8 May 1952. [9] Life membership certificate, Ohio Congress of Parents & Teachers, 3 May 1957.  [10] Friendship card from Margaret. 

3293

various

Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth, scrapbook items: [11] Reward of Merit from Ana E. Hilliard.  [12] Business card W.B. Mitchell. [13] Poem, "The Weaver." [14] List of individuals by school or organization.  [15] Dettmer Hospital brochure.  [16] Photo of May's Opera House from newspaper.  [17] Photo of church interior and partial bulletin 10 December 1961.  [18] Community Program in honor of President Warren Harding, 10 August 1923.  [19] Golden Jubilee Program, Piqua Daughters of the American Revolution, 14 June 1946.  [20] Sunday School membership certificate.  [21] Special Bank Edition of Piqua Daily Call, 10 October1929.  [22] Newspaper photo of Capt. Don Gentile.

3293

various

Mitchell, Mary, Programs given by: (nine)

17

1923-1961

Mitchell, W. B. & Company

6

1882

Mitchell/Hilliard Bible and Devotional Book (in German)

2280

1805-1869

Model Laundry, The,  George A. Custer, 513-515 North Main Street, Piqua, Ohio.  This is a receipt for clothing to be cleaned which included 1 plain shirt and 4 collars at a charge of 20 cents.  The date on the receipt is July 13, 1915.

6869

1915

Modern Recording Service, 1002 Clark Avenue, Piqua, Ohio – GRAND OPENING, ELLIOTT FURNITURE CO., June 16, 1950, Part I & II  – a 10” diameter 78 r.p.m. record with a standard cut.

6796

1950

Modern Recording Service, 1002 Clark Avenue, Piqua, Ohio – GRAND OPENING, ELLIOTT FURNITURE CO., June 16, 1950, Part III & IV  – a 10” diameter 78 r.p.m. record with a standard cut.

6797

1950

Modern Recording Service, 1002 Clark Avenue, Piqua, Ohio – GRAND OPENING, ELLIOTT FURNITURE CO., June 16, 1950, Part V & VI  – a 10” diameter 78 r.p.m. record with a standard cut.

6798

1950

Modern Recording Service, 1002 Clark Avenue, Piqua, Ohio – GRAND OPENING, ELLIOTT FURNITURE CO., June 16, 1950, Part VII & VIII  – a 10” diameter 78 r.p.m. record with a standard cut.

6799

1950

Modern Recording Service, 1002 Clark Avenue, Piqua, Ohio – GRAND OPENING, ELLIOTT FURNITURE CO., June 16, 1950, Part IX & X  – a 10” diameter 78 r.p.m. record with a standard cut.

6800

1950

Modern Recording Service, 1002 Clark Avenue, Piqua, Ohio – GRAND OPENING, ELLIOTT FURNITURE CO., June 16, 1950, Part XI & XII  – a 10” diameter 78 r.p.m. record with a standard cut.

6801

1950

Modern Recording Service, 1002 Clark Avenue, Piqua, Ohio – GRAND OPENING, ELLIOTT FURNITURE CO., June 16, 1950, Part XIII & XIV  – a 10” diameter 78 r.p.m. record with a standard cut.

6802

1950

Modern Recording Service, 1002 Clark Avenue, Piqua, Ohio – GRAND OPENING, ELLIOTT FURNITURE CO., June 16, 1950, Part XV & XVI  – a 10” diameter 78 r.p.m. record with a standard cut.

6803

1950

Monnin, Isidore Louis – Application for National Service Life Insurance – the policy was for $1000 and the cost was 68 cents per month.  The policy was written to Private Isidore Louis Monnin, Serial number 35037402 and payable to Dona Monnin his father of RFD No. 1, Russia, Ohio.  The policy was written at the time of Isidore’s enlistment on October 29, 1941

6794

1941

Monnin, Isidore Louis – letter from Pvt. Lewis Monnin, 313 Material Sq., ACFC Washington, D.C., Bolling Field.  The letter is dated February 16, 1942 – who the letter is to is not stated, it simply begins with “Hello”.  From the text of the letter the recipient is probably male and is stationed at Aberdeen, Maryland.  There is also an undated note written on Piqua National Bank and Trust Co. note paper in the same handwriting as the letter.  The note is written to “Jeremy” and in the note the author states that he cannot find his WWII medals and may have thrown them away.  He is asking Jeremy to get replacement medals for him including: Presidential citation, Distinguished Flying Cross, European Theater Medal, Combat Medal, Sharp Shooters Medal, Honorable Discharge Medal.

6795

1942

Monroe, H.V. - 4 Toppers Club plaques - 1938, 1940-42 - from Appliance and Merchandise Dept. General Electric Co.

2278

1938, 1940-42

Monroe, Lemuel F. - miscellaneous court docket and journal book.  Lemuel F. Monroe was Justice of the Peace in Delaware County, Ohio in 1828.  The first seven pages are Justice of the Peace Court Civil Docket entries.  This was probably the last of Monroe's work as Justice of the Peace.  The book also contains poems and recipes and a series of journal entries dated 1880 and signed by "Wandering Jew."  "Wandering Jew" describes himself as the grandson of Lemuel F. Monroe.  A telegram and the draft of a letter were also found in the book.

5119

1828 & 1880

Montgomery County Road Map

407

1948

Montgomery County Road Map

409

1948

Montgomery, Dr. John - photo

3765

c.1890

Montgomery, Mary Elizabeth - 1 year old - photo

3678

c. 1900

Moore – photographs of the tombstones of Anthony B. Moore and Reubend Moore in the Pioneer Cemetery Trenton, Ohio

6228

1830 & c. 1848

Moore School - Nov. 21, 1904 (J.A. Hufford - teacher)

4336

1787

Moore School: east side of Alcony-Conover Rd. north of  State Route 55, Lost Creek Township School District #4

4334

1912

Moore School: Pupils identified - [1] Mable Kirk; [2] George Kirk; [3] Mary Kirk

4335

2851

Moore, Arthur E. - Last Will and Testament

2259

1916

Moore, George:  Troy Public Square - 1865

4337

1865

Moore, Kenneth – photographs: [1] With a model train set, 1975; [2] Charles Upton retiring from Piqua National Bank Board of Directors, 1972;  [3] Old Fashion Day, Piqua National Bank Tellers; [4] Kenneth Moore presenting a check from Piqua National Bank to the Polio fund, 1957;  [5] Newspaper clipping about the naming of Robert Fite and Kenneth Moore to the Board of Directors of the Piqua National Bank

6087

Various

Moore’s Hardware – 431 N. Main, Piqua – Sale Circular

290

1957

Moose Bazaar ticket and inventory – Piqua Lodge, No. 1067, L.O.O.M. – April 15-16, 1914

7171

1914

Moraine Farm Scrapbook (photographs) Schroeder, Albert

1342

July, 1921

Morrow – copy of a photo of the Harry R. Morrow Grocery – 1127 Covington Ave.  c. 1930

6413

c. 1930

Morrow – Family Chart showing the descendants of Governor Jeremiah Morrow 1771-1852, compiled by Frank C. Morrow, 1932

7555

1932

Morrow – Family Chart showing the descendants of John Morrow of Butler County, Ohio, compiled by J. H. Morrow, 1933

7556

1933

Morrow, Clarence – copy of a photograph of a 1911 2nd grade class in a Piqua elementary school.  Clarence Morrow – 2nd row from the right, 3rd seat – is the only student identified.

8145

1911

Morrow's Grocery - photograph - Covington Ave.

2386

c. 1920s

Morrow's Grocery Store - 1125 Covington Ave. - Photograph

3615

c. 1930

Mortgage Deed – Isaac Lane purchased Lot #320 (according to the new numbering system) in the City of Piqua from Jared S. Blood for $200 paid by a mortage.  This deed shows the final payment of the mortgage and the cancellation of the mortgage on the property, October 8, 1853.

7863

1853

Mortgage Deed from W. M. Sheerwood and Martha Sheerwood his wife to S. S. Mc Kinney – the land is described as the east half of the west half of the northwest quarter of section 27, town 2, range 12, Miami River Survey containing 40 acres located in Brown Township, Miami County, Ohio – recorded 4 November 1893

6343

1893

Mortgage Deed With Dower, dated July 15, 1875 – Henry and Eva Karnehm sold the following land to John Henn accepting a mortgage for $200 at 8% interest.  The land sold is approximately 31 acres of the north half of the south east quarter of Section 24, Town 8, Range 5 East.  The mortgage was paid off and cancelled on March 27, 1884

7868

1875 & 1884

Mote Park Community Center - preliminary floor plan.

3488

n.d.

Mote, Daniel Family Tree

329

1844-1956

Mothers Day Cards - distributed by the Church of the Nazarene

2094

1931

Mothers of Preschoolers (M.O.P.S.) poster advertising meetings at the Church of the Nazarene, 400 South Sunset on the Second and Fourth Wednesday mornings of each month.

4672

c. 1980s

Motor Vehicle Laws, 1929, Ohio

250

1929

Mr. Wigg’s Store Bag

1737

n.d.

Mullenbrock, Craig – American Express Promotional Tape

1295

c.1999

The Mulligan Letters: a political attack on the corruption surrounding Sen. James G. Blaine, c. 1876

7601

c. 1876

Mulligan’s Pub – 1st floor Fort Piqua Plaza – 2013 – the first menu issued before the Grand Opening

6611

2013

Mulligan’s Pub – restaurant menu and carry-out menu.  Menus are from late 2018 before Mulligan’s closed at the Fort Piqua Plaza on December 31, 2018.

8047

2018

Mullinix, George Lloyd - photograph of a group of young men in navy type uniforms.  The center person in the back row is identified as George Lloyd Mullinix.  About half of the individuals in the photo appear to be in their mid-teens and too young for the navy.  These young men may be in the uniform of students at the Boys Industrial School near Lancaster, Ohio.  Mullinix's World War I draft registration card lists him as a student at Boys Industrial School.

4622

c. 1918

Munger, Louise - conference schedule and identification name badge for the "Open the Gateway to Service: Presbyterian Summer Conference" at Oxford, Ohio, 29 June-5 July 1925.

5314

1925

Munger, Louise - Invitations to social events found in the scrapbook of Louise Munger - dated 1923,1925,1926

5311

1923, 1925, 1926

Munger, Louise - Letters from Denison University, Granville, Ohio accepting Louise as a student: 17 August 1925 letter acknowledging receipt of application. 30 June 1926 letter accepting Louise as a freshman at Denison University.

5313

1925 & 1926

Munger, Louise - miscellaneous programs and documents: [1] Tree Day, 19 May 1925 at The Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio, schedule and a program for a production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream". [2] Women's Glee Club of Oberlin College concert tour program.  A handwritten date on the program is 1 April 1925.  [3] Concert of the Miami Men's Chorus at May's Opera House, 5 January 1925.  [4] Fine Arts Club Lecture at the Presbyterian Church, 15 January 1924 - announcement card.  [5] Chauncey R. Hetzler - name card and Easter Greetings card.  [6] Admission ticket to Triangle Park, 1926.  [7] Warning card issued by the Columbus Police Department for J-walking.  [8] Copy of a newspaper picture of Piqua's new football coach, G. P. Wertz.  NOTE: ALL ITEMS LOCATED IN SC'S 5288-5317 ARE FROM THE SCRAPBOOK OF LOUISE MUNGER.

5317

1924-1926

Munger, Louise, Telegrams received by Louise Munger: Two Western Union telegrams in 1923 and one Postal Telegraph telegram in 1926 - from her scrapbook.

5312

1923, 1926

Mural – photographs of the Stanlaws mural which once hung in Citizens Bank and then later at the Museum (509 N. Main) and is now in possession of the Library.  The photographs show the order in which the panels are hung.

2410

n.d.

Murm’ring Waves….sheet music by Edwin E. Spottswood, Piqua OH

1195

c.1900

Murray, Paul Edward - certificate of Attendance at the Citizens Military Training Camp at Camp Knox, KY

2487

1924

Murray, Tom – Tom Murray’s Letters From the Dominican Republic to His Family in Piqua, Ohio – Letters written to his mother and other family members during 1924 and 1925, while working under a one year civil engineering contract with the Central Romana Inc. Sugar Company in The Dominican Republic. – The letters are on a Compact Disk (CD)

7358

1924-25

Musco, Charles enlisted correspondence photographs

1462

c.1943

Museum - 509 N. Main Museum Correspondence

1577

1919-1972

Museum - Piqua Historical Museum Collection Policy

2742

n.d.

Museum artifact photographs - military and veterans uniforms (48 photos & 2 CD's) - 24 April 2002

5229

2002

Museum artifact photographs - pictures of uniforms - 18 August 2001 taken by Barb Lemmer (approx. 72)

5228

201

Museum exhibit photographs - 38 black & white negatives of museum exhibits c. 1990

5149

c. 1990

Museum exhibit photographs - Farm exhibit photographs (9) - 23 April 2002

5223

2002

Museum exhibit photographs - June 2006 - and Donations to Museum/Local History Archives, January-December 2006

5225

2006

Museum exhibit photographs - Rollins Gallery and Dearbaugh China photographs (15) - 2 October 2000

5222

2000

Museum exhibit photographs - Uniforms exhibit photographs (14) - 19 August 2001

5224

2001

Museum exhibit photographs (12), c. 1989

5216

c. 1989

Museum exhibit photographs (16) - Fire Department exhibit - May 2001

5219

2001

Museum exhibit photographs (24) - Piqua Schools exhibit, 23 April 2002

5220

2002

Museum exhibit photographs (24) - Rollins Gallery & Dearbaugh china and other exhibits on a CD with contact print - 24 April 2002

5221

2002

Museum exhibit photographs (24) on a CD with a contact print - dated 23 April 2002

5215

2002

Museum exhibit photographs (24) on a CD with a contact print - dated 24 April 2002

5218

2002

Museum exhibit photographs (40), 10 May 2001

5217

2001

Museum exhibit photographs (57) - Pictures of museum panels in 2003

5230

2003

Museum exhibit photographs and diagrams of the exhibit layout - April 2004

5211

2004

Museum exhibit photographs on CD - 21 April 2006

5226

2006

Museum exhibit photographs on CD - Summer 2004: "Politics in Piqua" and an art exhibit, "The Ladies of Piqua"

5227

2004

Museum exhibit photographs taken by James Oda, c. late 1990's - 57 photographs 4"x6"

5214

c. late 1990's

Museum Labels

1981

n.d.

Museum volunteers c. 2003 - 2 photos

5213

c. 2003

Music for Guitar, Ukulele, and Voice: "When It's Springtime in the Rockies"-Ray Canfield Symphonic Ukulele arrangement-copyright 1930; "Sympathy"-arrangement for Guitar, Ukulele, and Banjo-copyright 1912; "Oh…Dem Golden Slippers"-arrangement for Guitar-copyright 1935; "In the Chapel in the Moonlight"-voice solo arranged by Billy Hill-copyright 1936

4839

1912-1936

Music Studio/Store – photo

750

c.1900

Music Warehouse program

4558

Aug 10-11, 2007

Music Warehouse program – Music Warehouse presents “I Was Here”, 8:00 p.m., Friday & Saturday, August 7th & 8th, 2015, Hance Pavilion, Fountain Park in Piqua.

7270

2015

Music Warehouse program booklet – “I Wanna Rock” – August 10-11, 2012 Hance Pavilion, Fountain Park in Piqua

6124

2012

Muskingum River (The): A History and Guide by Norris F. Schneider, 1968, Columbus: The Ohio Historical Society – a history of the Muskingum River Valley

6128

1968

Mustang - The P-51 Merlin Mustang in W.W. II

2307

1989

Mustering Out Papers Diary – Found at Cron House

284

1864

My Ohio Home, by Irene Thomas Keeley – written for the Sesquicentennial of Ohio’s Statehood for use in the Public Schools.  Ms. Keeley was a principal in the Columbus Public Schools. – 1953

6126

1953

Myers, Art

561

n.d.

Myers, George & Ola, family portrait – photo

649

c.1890

25-Nov-19